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Creation Date: November 29, 2007
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Frida
USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


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Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007


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1131251 UC 10 **B-010
P.K. YOUNG LIBRARY 7
UNIV OF FL
FO BOX 117007
GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007


95th Year 33rd Issue 50 CENTS


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Note This!

Wednesday, Dec. 12
is early release day
from school.

The school Christmas
holidays will begin on
Monday Dec. 24.
Students are to
return on Monday,
Jan. 7.


Families reading
together
On Thursday, Nov. 29
(TODAY), discover how to
influence and improve your
child's reading ability.
Researchers have
identified five areas where
-the home and family can
influence reading
development.
The Families Reading
Together workshop will
take place from 6:30 -7:30
p.m. at the school board
district office.

VFW dinner
Nov. 30
The VFW will be serving
smoked pork chop dinners
on Friday, Nov. 30, from 5-
7 p.m.
The cost of the dinner is
$6 and will include
macaroni and cheese, green
beans, cornbread and a
dessert. Please call ahead to
order at (386) 496-3263.

Poker Run
Saturday
On Saturday Dec. 1,
open registration for the
Lake Butler poker run be
held at the Double Deuce at
10:30 a.m, to 11:30 a,m,,
Riders will first head outi
to Red Dog, then to
Madison Street Station,
Mates Billabong and The
Slab before returning to
Double Deuce for a public
auction, food, drawings and
games.
:The cost for single riders
is $10 and $15 for couples.
You do not have to be a
biker to participate. Cars
and trucks are welcome too.
Proceeds from the event
will benefit the Big Red
Christmas Drive. If you


have any quest
call (386) 496-


Santa's po
office now
at Spire's
Come in an
specially prepare
envelope you ca
your child and m
special mailbox.
be sent to Santa
where they will
through the of
Claus Post Office
and sent to your c
few days.
Christmas afte
children all ove
have been writing
their letters
answered and
Santa Claus, Indi
excitement and
little ones where
live.


Meet Sant
library
On Thursday,
a.m., Santa and
will make a stop
County Public I
will be pictures
food, games,
Christmas crafts.


Crist appoints

Osborne as
elections chief
. .. -_


Debbie Osborne


On Monday, Nov. 26, Gov.
Charlie Crist announced the
appointment of Debbie
Osborne to serve as the
Supervisor of Elections for
Union County.
Osborne will serve the
remaining term of Barbara
"Babs" Montpetit who passed
away last month. The term will
empire on January 5.2009.
Osborne worked alongside
Montpetit as the assistant
Supervisor of Elections in
Union County since 1988.


Kendyl Willis shows his craziness as part of the inaugural Clark's Crazies tailgate party held in the parking lot at
Union County High School to kick off the first game of the basketball season. Pictured in the background are
Zeke Scaff, Lillie Emmelhainz, Zach Sweat and Daniel Rengering. Photo by Trey Tucker.


DOC employee helped inmates escape


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
At approximately 9 a.m: on.
Wednesday Nov. 21, the
Union County Sheriffs Office
was notified that two inmates
had escaped from the
Reception and Medical COdter
work camp. It was reported
that Justin McCullough, 36,
and William Bruton, 30,


walked off from work detail on
the outside maintenance crew
at the work camp.
Union County residents
began receiving recorded
;telephone", messages from the
office "of Emergency
Management alerting them of
the situation shortly after the
escape. Many were alarmed
that an inmate charged with a
homicide was placed in


minimum custody and allowed
to be in a work program from
which he escaped into the
community.
In August 2000, Bruton ran
over ,Michael. Pierce, the
brother of a former.girlfriend,
in Jacksonville. He fled
authorities and was captured in
South Carolina three years
later.
He was convicted of


vehicular manslaughter in
Duval County and sentenced to
10 years in prison with a
scheduled release date of 2012.
Because of good behavior, he
was reduced to minimum
custody last year, allowing him
to participate in work detail at
the prison.
McCullough was convicted
in Duval County of robbery in
2006 and was sentenced to


William Bruton
See ESCAPE, p. 3A


'Tis the season to give the gift of Christmas


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN,
Times Staff Writer i At H 1I


stions, please You can feel it in the air, it
1582 is the season of giving. It is
just as much a part of this time
of the year as the lights,
ornaments and excitement
Christmas brings.
Yet, some families in the
)st community have little to give
t p and even less to receive. This
set up season brings hope to such
IGA families via an organization
id select a called the Big Red Christmas
ed letter and Drive
in address to Spearheaded by Mindy
ail in Santa's Goodwin with the assistance of
The letters ill the Union County Fire
Claus, Indiana Department and numerous
be processed volunteers, the Big Red
official S a Christmas Drive has been
Spostma e serving the less fortunate
postmarked families in the community for
:hild within a seven years.
"Every year, the program
r Christmas, grows bigger and bigger,"
r the world Godwin said. "Every year, we
to Santa and can't imagine the program
have been getting any larger, but
mailed from somehow, it always does."
iana' bringing The program started off with
happiness to just 20 needy children and is
ver they may now up to more than 100.
Beginning this year, the annual
Toys For Kids program that
was sponsored by the Union
County Public Library joined
forces with the Big Red
Christmas Drive to bring
Christmas joy to more
ta at the children.
"There is just no way we
Could help so many without
Dec. 6 at 10 the assistance of our volunteers
SMrs. Claus and the support of those in the
Sat the Union community willing to help
library. There families in need," Goodwin
with Santa, said.
music and One such family is the
Bakers, who are residents of
Lake Butler. Bryant Baker is a
single father to his children,
A.J. (12), Samuel (10), Nina
(8) and June (7).
The children's mother spent


SB Je ad S.
Single parent Bryant Baker with his children, (I-r) A.J., Nina, June and Samuel.


the last five years of her life-
battling cancer until her death
in 2006, leaving Baker as the
sole provider and caregiver to
'his four children, all of which
have their own unique needs.
Due to the children's various
learning 'disabilities or
conditions such as ADHD and
autism, Baker is unable to
obtain full-time employment
allowing him enough
flexibility to tend to his
children's severe medical


needs.
A requirement of the Big
Red Christmas Drive is that
the parent must be employed,
and although Baker is unable
to do so, he still finds it within
his heart to volunteer his time
with the Suwannee River
Economic Council providing
meal services and other types
of assistance to the elderly in
the community.
One might expect the Baker
family home to be one of


gloom and despair, but that
isn't the case. Their home is
full of warmth and big smiles
on the playful children's faces.
A.J., Samuel, Nina and June
know all about what Christmas
is and believe Santa is on his
way to see them with a sackful
of gifts for them this year.
Samuel asked Santa for what
just about every kid his age
wants, an X-Box 360 gaming
system for the family. He also
Thinks Transformer action -


figures and Nerf toys are pretty
cool, too.
A.J. wishes for a
motorcycle-style bicycle and
some Transformers to play
with. Nina said she asked for
Barbie dolls and maybe a
scooter while little sister, June,


See GIFT, p. 2A


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community. Ii111

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Page 2A UNION COUN i iiMES Nov. 29, 2007


I ems.0 gnteri


UCHS jazz band
performance
The Union County High
School jazz band will hold a
performance on Tuesday, Dec.
11, at the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler.
S-- "The-performiiance begins at 7
p.m. and is free and open to
the public.

Consolidated
Schools Christmas
banquet
S The Consolidated Schools of
Union County (formerly
Known as Consolidated High
SSchool) will be hosting its
third annual Christmas
Banquet on Saturday, Dec. 8,
beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the
Lakeside Community Center
in Lake Butler.
The guest speaker will be
Bernard Williams, a former
teacher at Consolidated and
Union County Schools.
Attire is semi-formal. The
fee for non-members is $25
per person or $40 per couples.
Member fee is $20 per person
or $35 per couple. Please
RSVP by Nov. 30. For more
information, contact
Eddie/Cora Jackson at (386)
496-1670 or Alicia Maxwell at
(352) 372-8668.

Ladies Auxiliary
bake and craft
sale Dec. 8
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary
will hold a bake and craft sale
on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 8
am. to 1 p.m. at the corner of
state roads 121 and 231.

VFW Christmas
party
The Lake Butler VFW Post
10082 Christmas party will be
held on Saturday, .Dec. 15,
from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Santa
will arrive at 6:15 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.


Scholarship Bluegrass concert
available for in Trenton
On Saturday, Dec. 1, a
medical students bluegrass pickin' jam will take
Shirley Ann Brown place at-the Otter Springs RV
Livingstone scholarships--are -Resort from 3:30-5:30 p.m.
now available-tifany studentof followed by bluegrass band
--the Bradford-Union region in performances at 6 p.m.
need of financial assistance to The Sullivan Family willbe_
pursue a degree in the fields of in concert at 7 p.m. Admission
nursing, medicine, cancer price is $7.50 for ages 12 and
research or other health-related up.
fields. For more information,
Student applicants must be please contact Cloud Haley at
residents of the Bradford- (352) 284-0668.
Union region to be eligible, but
can use the award to attend the VFW Fish Fry
school of their choice. VFW Post 10082 will host
For an application and a fish fry dinner sale on
further information, please Friday, Dec. 7, from 5-7 p.m.
contact Carolyn Spooner at The cost of the dinner is $6
(904) 964-5807. and includes grits, coleslaw
and hush puppies. Please call
International in orders at (386) 496-3263.
Order of the Dau hters
Rainbow meets meeting for
The International Order of mee
the Rainbow for Girls has a Christmas
new assembly for girls ages 11 luncheon
to 20 in Macclenny. This The Colonel Samuel Elbert
assembly meets on the second Chapter of the National
and fourth Mondays of the Chapter of the National
month at 7 p.m. at Dawkins Society, Daughters of the
month at 7 p.m. at Dawkins American Revolution, will
The purpose of this Order of meet Monday, Dec. 3, at 11
he purpose of this Order of a.m. at St. Mark's Episcopal
the Rainbow is to promote
skills related to leadership, Church parish hall in Starke
effective communication, and for their annual covered dish
service to others. Danese Christmas luncheon.
Smyth is the assembly mother This month's program will
and she can be contacted by be "Christmas in the
email-myth501@wildblue.net- Colonies," given by Sandra
for additional information. Sanders. The Daughters
cordially invite all women
UCHistorial whose ancestors aided in
UC Historical achieving American
Society independence to attend. Come
The Union County and learn about the National
Historical Museum is looking Society Daughters of the
for photos and family American Revolution and the
geneology-as well as other organization's historical,
items to add to its collection. educational and patriotic
Items of interest include Union activities.
County arrowheads, old For more information,
cameras, hardware and kitchen please contact Pat Poppell at
items. The museum is open (352) 473-3980 or Susan
Monday mornings from 9 a.m. Lucas at (352) 235-6439.
to noon.
Nutcracker ballet
Ut9im set for Dec. 1-2
I The Christmas ballet classic,
The Nuteracker, will be
_.performed in Lake Butler this
Saturday andSunday, Dec. 1-
2, b Kelly Christie Dance
-o AcademN.
A cast of nearly 100 local
students, preschoolers and
adults has been preparing for
V5-" *, -". 4 .... tradit months to bring this holiday
tradition to the local
-..T community. Also featured will
,f be internationally-acclaimed
professional dancer, Andre
Valladon, in the role of
Cavalier.
Performances will be held at
S the Union County High School
auditorium. Admission price is
$5 per person and the
sho\ times are Saturday, Dec.
I, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec.
2. at 2 p.m.


Celebrity
bagging at
Spires IGA
this Saturday

BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The annual celebrity
bagging event to benefit the
_Big Red-Christmas-Drive will
take place on Saturday, Dec. 1,
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Spires
IGA. The event has raised
money for the past nine years
for the Toys for Kids Program.
When that program merged
with the BRCD earlier this
year, celebrity bagging came
as one of the benefits.
"It's a great way to raise
money and have fun, all for a
good cause," said Mary
Brown, the coordinator of the
event.
City/county commissioners,
government employees, school
board members, district
personnel, school principals
and others local celebrities will
be on hand bagging groceries
for tips which will be donated
to the BRCD. Strawberry
Princess Lillie Emmelhainz
will hand out balloons and
-visit with kids from 9 a.m. to
noon.
Other not-so-local
celebrities that day will be
Santa and Mrs. Claus from 9
a.m. to noon. Sit on Santa's lap
and have your child's picture
taken for a small donation.
Spongebob Squarepants will
come ashore from 10 a.m. to
noon and Smokey the Bear
will also make an appearance.


Tigerette Winter
Clinic next week
The UCHS Tigerettes are
holding a week long Tigerette
Winter Clinic Tuesday, Dec. 4,
through Friday, Dec. 7.
The clinic is available to
girls pre-k through sixth grade
and will be held in the UCHS
Tigerette room after school
each day until 5 p.m.
The cost of the clinic is.$40
per child--and includes eight
hours of group instruction with
the Tigerettes, a tee-shirt,
snacks and much more.
"This is sure to be the best
Tigerette Clinic yet," Tigerette
sponsor Denise Ricks said.
To register your child,
contact Ricks at Lake Butler
Elementary School (386) 496-
3047.



Alaska at LBES
Help the pre-k department
meet their goal of collecting
1,000 empty and clean white
or clear gallon-sized milk jugs
to build life-size igloos. Please
drop off your milk jugs at the
school front office.


Kids helping kids
On Nov. 26, students began
bringing in loose change to
donate to the annual Big Red
Christmas Drive. The
fundraiser will last for two
weeks and the three classes
that raise the most money will
win a private pizza party.


Once upon a time
LRCT presents
"The Christmas
Chair" musical
The Lake Region
Community Theatre proudly
presents' the return
performance of the musical
"The Christmas Chair" by Jack
Stella and Karyn Merritt.
A special event for children
of all ages and those young at
heart, Santa's list is not quite
complete and the old clock on
the workshop wall is ticking
away the minutes. The elves
hurry to finish preparing the
toys and the Christmas Chair
for Santa's arrival only they
run into a little problem named
Elmer.
Listen to Mrs. Claus as she
teaches the elves about a toy
called a dreidle, and become
part of the fun as Marvin and
Kristin try to keep Elmer out
of mischief. Capture the spirit
and excitement of the holiday
as the elves and Mrs. Claus
lead you through song and
dance, including classics like
"Jingle Bell Rock," "Rudolph
the Red- Nosed Reindeer" and
many more.
LRCT is located at 218 S.E.
Walnut St in Starke, and
tickets are $12 for adults and
$10 for.children 12 and under.
Performance dates are Dec. 6-
8 and 13-15 at 7 p.m., and
Dec. 9 and 16 at 2 p.m.
Tickets are on sale now at the
box office, so call and reserve
yours at (352) 226-4082.


Worship ia the house of tkhe rd...
Somewkere this wedk!
The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to allend Ihe church of your choice!


Chelsey Crews and Tyler Gordon, students at UCHS,
- prepare for their roles in the Nutcracker ballet.


GIFT
Continued from p. 1A
is crazy about Dora-ti e
Explorer and playing- with
make-up.

Baker wants nothing for
himself, but said it would be a
blessing if the kids could'get a
set of bunk beds.
If you would -like to~iT-elp
make. the Baker families
Christmas wishes come true,
please contact Goodwin at
(352) 494-3320 or by e-mail at
bigredchristmasdrive@yahoo.c
om.
To learn more about the Big
Red Christmas Drive as well
as see photos of other families
in the community needing help
during Christmastime, visit


http://ww-freevebs.com/bigr
edchristmasdrive.
Trey Tucker, a senior at
SUCHS, greatly contributed to
this story.


Lake Butler Fire
Dept. holding
50/50 drawing
For a $1 donation, the Lake
--Butle Volunteer Fire
Department will enter your
name into a 50/50 drawing to
be held the evening of the
city's Christmas parade. Enter
for your _chance town by
purchasing a ticket from any
Lake Butler firefighter. You do'
not need to be present at the
drawing to win. Winner will be
contacted by telephone.


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SPOSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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Web address: UCTimesonline.com
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$30,00 per yeap Advertising and
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$16,00 ix mn Bookkeeping: Kathl Bennett


Event

Board of Governors
Meeting
Thursday, Nov. 29
at 12:00 noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center, 1610 N.
Temple Ave., Starke
Monthly chamber board
meeting. Please RSVP as
this is a lunch meeting.


FRIDAY
FEST
CRUZ-IN
Friday,
November 30, 2007
5:30-9:00 p.m.
Historic CallStreet,
Starke, FL.
Square
Dancing w/
"Silver Fox"
Call Ron at
..-(904) 964-5278


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CHAMBER OF COMMEI


Ribbon Cutting/Grand opening on Friday, Suzann Whittle-Groves owner of Downtown
Starke business, Say I Do Bridal welcomes friends, customers and family. Suzann not
only caters to the Bridal crowd, she has formal wear for the holidays, cocktail parties,
and all your formal wear needs. Men's formal wear rentals are also available at Say I
Do Bridal, located at 212 East Call Street in downtown Starke.
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DeAnna Adams, CFO of the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce has recently completed training
with Research Associates. She attended this training
November 5-7, 2007 in Columbia, South Carolina. The
Chamber is very pleased to congratulate DeAnna, she is
now a Certified Grant Specialist.


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officers were notified to be on
the lookout for the escapees
thought to have been traveling
in a white Chevrolet
automobile. Felony team
trooper Daniel Caulk was
conducting a traffic stop in
High Springs when a High
Springs police officer provided
him with routine backup..
During the traffic stop, the
officer relayed updated
information to Caulk that
revealed Bruton and
McCullough were possibly
now traveling in a black
Honda with front-end damage.
Caulk passed on the
information to his felony team
partner Mike Jordan.
Approximately 12 hours
after the escape took place,
Caulk was patrolling State
Road 45 when he observed a
black Honda matching 'the


with securing the four
occupants of the vehicle. They
were also assisted by officer
Kemp. Two of the occupants
were identified as Bruton and
McCullough and they were
placed under arrest for escape.
An investigation revealed
that one of the vehicle's
occupants, Ryan Whitwood of
Bell, and his wife were
traveling on US 129 earlier in
the day when McCullough
stepped out of the woods next
to the roadway and flagged
down his vehicle.
When Whitwood stopped,
Bruton then stepped out of the
woods. .McCullough then
offered Whitwood $50 to give
them a ride to Interstate 75.
Whitwood accepted the offer,
but first took his wife home
and picked up his brother,
Shon Whitwood, to
ccarimnnnv him on the trio.


three and a half years in description of the vehicle and Brutoncomplained of no
prison. He was scheduled to be conducted a felony traffic stop. feeling well and was suffering
released in 2009. Jordan arrived on the scene from due to
Florida Highway Patrol shortly thereafter and assisted


City manager receives



help from Crenshaw


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Earlier this month, city
manager John Berchtold
contacted Congressman Ander
Crenshaw requesting his
assistance with problems the
city has encountered with the
USDA Rural Development
Agency.
In February 2006, a federal
grant application was made to
the agency by former city
manager Richard Tillis.
Such grant funds are
provided for specifically,
targeted technical assistance,
training and other activities
that support the development
of small business enterprises in
rural areas.
The initial grant request was
for $99,500 to add ,up to five
pre-K classrooms to benefit the
education of pre-schoolers and
a lunchroom/kitchen area,
thereby creatine five new jobs


in the community.
Less than a year earlier, the
Little Rainbows Learning
Center began negotiations with
the city to lease, then later
purchase, the building they
were housed in from the city.
The terms of the lease gave
Little Rainbows the option to
buy the building within one
year.
The sale of the building was
set to take place on Oct. 10,
shortly after Berchtold took
office as city manager.
He was told by USDA that
the grant stipulated if the
building were to be sold,
USDA would be entitled to a
recapture of funds.
Representatives of USDA
indicated they were not
informed the property would
be sold immediately following
the construction which was
funded by the grant.
According to USDA, selling


the property right after receipt
of the grant was considered a
pass-through grant--a grant to
Little Rainbows and not the
city-and the grant monies
should be returned if the sale
took place so quickly. That
would mean the city would be
required to obtain pre- and
post-improvement appraisals
of the property with USDA
claiming to be entitled to
recover a fractional share
nearly an 80 percent return of
the grant monies from the city.
USDA did say they would
have no problem with the city
paying back a fractional share
of the increase in value if the
sale were to take place several
years from the date of the
grant.
Berchtold contacted
Crenshaw and provided a
timeline showing how the
federal agency had treated the
city of Lake Butler.
On Oct. 2, $106,500 was
electronically transferred by
USDA to the city to pay the
various sub-contractors who
had provided construction
services at Little Rainbows.
The very next day, USDA
electronically withdrew the
funds without authorization to
do so.
On Oct. 19, Berchtold asked

See USDA, p. 5A


dehydration from swimming
the Sante Fe River during his
escape. He asked Ryan
Whitwood to stop at an S&S
store to purchase Gatorade.
McCullough offered Shon
Whitwood $250 to make the
purchase.
In the meantime,
information was received that
by authorities that Bruton and
McCullough were possibly
traveling in the Honda vehicle.
"This is a prime example of
the importance of high-
visibility enforcement and
cooperative teamwork among
law enforcement agencies to
get bad guys off the street and
provide a safe environment for
our citizens to enjoy a safe and
happy Thanksgiving," said
Major Rick Carpenter of the
FHP.
McCullough and Bruton
were charged with escape and
booked into the Alachua
County jail.


~~ ------ ---~---- ---


UCHS A honor roll


UCHS freshmen and sophomores making.straight A's for.the first nine weeks
were (front, I-r) Amanda Spires, Megan Mobley, Allison Southwell, Gabriella
Perez, Jordon Reynolds, Sara Howard Christopher Johnson (back) Cadilyn
Bishop, Adam Mott, Kel Martin, Scott Childress, Lauren Tomlinson and Emily,
Brown. Not pictured were Cynthavia Holland, Cynthia Terrell and Jessica Brown.


UCHS Juniors and seniors making straight A's for the first nine weeks were (I-r)
Bianca Clemons, Timmothy Hutton, Brady Clark, Lillie Emmelhainz, Djordje
Milosevic and Jared Brand.


Johnnie Southerland of Lake Butler was the winner
of the drawing for an authentic Dale Earnhardt pit
crew jacket. The drawing was held to raise money
for the Lake Butler Rotary Club to benefit programs
such as scholarship funds and dictionaries given to
third-grade students. The rotary would like to thank
Maggi Wetzel and Paolo Salvadore for donating the
jacket for the fundraiser.


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REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS FOR
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
SERVICES FOR
UNION COUNTY DISTRICT
SCHOOL BOARD
I. Union County District
Schools is requesting written
qualifications from qualified
General Contractors to provide
Professional Construction Services
for the construction of a Classroom
Building to be located at Lake
Butler Middle School in Lake
Butler, Florida.
The project will consist of 6
Classrooms, Teacher Offices,
Restrooms, and Storage.
II. It is the School Board's
intention to prequalify selective
General Contractors to hard bid the
classroom project.
Ill.. PROPOSAL
INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL
INFORMATION:
Proposal Submissions:
Submit six (6).copies of a written
response to request for
qualifications no later than 1:00
PM on December 27, 2007 to:
Clemons, Rutherford & Associates
Inc.
2027 Thomasville Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Reservations: Union County
District School Board reserves the
right to reject any and all
responses and to otherwise waive
any technicalities or informalities.
Method of Selection: Responses
will be reviewed and a short list of
selected bidders will be made by a
Selection Committee and
recommended to the Union County
District School Board on the basis
of qualifications. Upon acceptance
of the recommendation by the
School Board, the selected bidders
will be notified. Union County
District School Board reserves the
right to request interviews prior to.
final selection.
Please respond by including but
not limiting your response to the
following:
1) Company name and
length of time in business.
2) Company location
(Home and Local Office.)
3) Bonding capability and
name of bonding company.
4) Insurance carrier and
applicable coverage.
5) Company organization
chart with reference to this project.
(Employee name, position, etc).
6) Qualifications of staff to
be utilized on these projects with
names, resumes, length of
Company .ime with firm and
previous clients served.
7) 'Description of previous
school experience, such as budget,
final cost, time schedule, change
orders, etc. (List projects that
proposed team has completed)
8) Examples of ability to
Value Engineer.


9) Examples of methods
used by the proposed team to keep-
projects on time and in budget.
10) Explain any legal action
the firm has experienced or is
experiencing.
11) Name of previous clients
within the past five years with
phone numbers and contact
person.
12) Experie n c e and
knowledge of local subcontractor
market.
13) List the top five (5)


school projects c
last five (5) years.
14) Experiel
Inmate Labor
construction process
Note: Propose
to contact Board I
may be disqualified
on this project. .


46
Lake I
Attorney for Persor
Representative
EMILY R. KERNS
Florida Bar Numbe
DONAHOO, BALL
P.A.
50 N. Laura Street,
Jacksonville, FL 32
Telephone: 904-3
Facsimile: 904-791
11/


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The Lake Butler
nce with using having an auction
during the December 10, 200
ss. 10:00 a.m., located
rs are urged not Street Lake Butle
Members as they Butler Apartments
d from submitting Pursuant to Statut
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 63-2007-CP-0019
IN RE: ESTATE OF
NAAMAN SIDNEY NELSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administrationof the estate of
NAAMAN SIDNEY NELSON,
deceased, whose date of death
was September 22, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Union County, ,Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 55
West Main Street, Room 103, Lake
Butler, FL 32054. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is November 22, 2007.
Personal Representative
VERDELLA NELSON


Chanel Dupree / L
$357.06
Katohia Clemons
$388.00
Alexis Ridgeway /
$329.67

NOTICE 01
HEARING CON
AMENDMENT
OF LAKE
COMPREHENi
BY THE CITY Ct
THE CITY OF I
FLORIDA, SER'
PLANNING AND ;
OF THE CITY OF
FLORIDA AND
PLANNING AGE
CITY OF LA
FLORIDA, NOTICE
GIVEN that, purs
163.3161 throL
Florida Statutes
comments, ob
recommendations
amendment, as d
to the City o
Comprehensive F
referred to as the
Plan, will be he
Commission of ti
Butler, Florida,
Planning and Zon
City of Lake Butler
Local Planning Ag
of Lake Butler, FlI
hearing on Decer
5:15 p.m., or as s
the matter can be
Commission Mee
Hall, located at 2(
Street, Lake Butler
CPA 07-4, an ap
F. Bennett and C
amend the Future
Map of the Compr
change the fu
classification f
RESIDENTIAL, I
(less than or eqi
unit per acr
RESIDENTIAL,
DENSITY (less th


34 SW 84th Trail dwelling units per acre) on property
Butler, FL 32054 described, as follows:
nal A parcel of land lying within
Section 31, Township 5 South,
Range 20 East, Union County,
r: 0035977 Florida. Being more particularly
& McMENAMY, described, as follows: Commence
& M Y at the Northwest corner of.
Suite 2925 Government Lot 12, in said Section
202 31; thence South 01013'58" East,
54-8080 along the West line of said
-9563 Government Lot 12, a distance of
22 2TCHG 11/29 36.52 feet to the Southerly right-of-
way line of Cemetery Road; thence
UCTION South 83056'40" West, along the
Mini Storage is Southerly right-of-way line of said
1 sale Saturday, Cemetery Road 46.96 feet to the
07, beginning at East right-of-way line of a county
lat 1170 Sw 6th road for the Point of Beginning;
er, behind Lake thence South 01044'35" East, along
, Highway 121 the East right-of-way line of said
es Chapter 83 of county road 250.06 feet; thence
facilityy Act of the Easterly 224.50 feet; thence
ie following units Southerly 194.59 feet; thence
Westerly 224.04 feet to the East
Jnit # 40 right-of-way line of said county
road; thence South 01044'35" East,
/ Unit # 21 along the East right-of-way line of
said county road 874.33 feet;
Unit #5 thence North 83008'35" East 35.07
feet to the West line of said
11/2 2tchg 12/6 Government Lot 12; thence
continue North 83008'35" East
F PUBLIC 609.99 feet; thence North
CERNING AN 0412'29" West 1,038.98 feet;
TO THE CITY thence South 84039'20" West
BUTLER 179.59 feet; thence North
ISIVE PLAN 0140'25" West 281.71 feet to the
)MMISSION OF Southerly right-of-way line of
LAKE BUTLER Cemetery Road; thence South
VING AS THE 8356'40" West, along the
ZONING BOARD Southerly right-of-way line of said
LAKE BUTLER Cemetery Road 420.11 feet to the
THE LOCAL Pointof Beginning.
NCY. OF THE Containing 16.00 acre, more or
KE BUTLER, less
CE IS HEREBY The public hearing may be
uant to Sections continued to one or more future
igh 163.3215, dates. Any interested party shall
as amended' be advised that the date, time and
ejections and place of any continuation of the
concerning an public hearing shall be announced
described below, during the public hearing and that
f Lake Butler no further notice concerning the
Plan, hereinafter matter will be published, unless
Comprehensive said continuation exceeds six
ard by the City calendar weeks from the date of
he City of Lake the above referenced public
serving as, the hearing.
in Board dfthe At the aforementioned public
SFlorida and the hearing, all interested parties may
agency of the City appear to be heard with respect to
orida, at a public the amendment.
nber 10, 2007 at Copies of the amendment are
oon thereafter as available for public inspection at
heard, in the City the Office of the City Manager, City
!ting Room, City Hall located at 200 Southwest First
00 Southwest 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
r, Florida. regular business hours.
plication, by Joe All persons are advised that if they
arol B. Kelley, to decide to appeal any decision
e Land Use Plan made at the above referenced'
rehensive Plan to public hearing, they will need a
ture land use record of the proceedings, and
rom COUNTY that, for such purpose, they may .
LOW DENSITY need to ensure that a verbatim
ual to 2 dwelling record of the proceedings is made, .
e) to CITY which record includes the
MIODERATE testimony and evidence upon I
lan or equal to 4 which the appeal is to be based.
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inmates. The purchases were
captured on store surveillance
cameras.
On the day of the escape,
Wiley, 41, who is believed to
Sof been involved in some kind
of a relationship with one of
S-. the escapees, provided Bruton
Sand McCullough -with
Department of Correction
Employee uniforms. This
allowed them to escape
S..undetected from their outside
work assignment on the
Reception and Medical Center
grounds.
M. Wiley later arrived at the
prison facility in a white Ford
Expedition and drove the
escapees to Gainesville. After
Further investigation by the confessing to aiding in the
Florida Department of escape, she was charged with
Corrections revealed that on two counts of harboring,
the day before the escape, concealing and aiding escape
Laura Elizabeth Wiley, a prisoners and was booked into
correctional officer and the Union County jail where
resident of Lake Butler, she was being held on a
purchased numerous items to $30,000 bond. Wiley was
aid in the escape of the subsequently terminated from
the Department of Corrections.


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Contaminated water quite


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BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On the afternoon of Nov. 15,
residents in the city of Lake
Butler began receiving
recorded messages from Union
County Emergency
Management that they were to
begin boiling their water as a
precaution.
Word spread quickly
through the city notifying
residents that a bacteriological
analysis of. water samples
obtained in the area showed
possible contamination.
As a routine program, seven
water samples are collected
from different spigots in Lake
Butler each month and sent to
a lab for testing.
According to the laboratory
tests, two of the seven
collected samples tested
positive for contamination.
Those two spigots were re-
tested and came back a second
time showing contamination.
The state requires the health
department to make a general
notification broadcast under
this type of circumstance.
The health department
issued an advisory to city hall
that water used for drinking or
cooking be boiled for at least
one minute before use.
City Manager John
Berchtold's plan of action was
to personally notify each
resident on the effected streets
by hand-delivered notices.
It was also at that point the
services of Union County
Emergency Management were
utilized and all residents using
city water received the
recorded phone message
notification.
What is not completely clear
is whether the notice from the
health department was meant
for the entire city of Lake
Butler or just the two roads
where samples came back
positive NE 3" St. and NE 8h
Ave.
"In a situation such as this, it
is often best to err on the side
of caution," Berchtold said,
"and I believe any notifications
__y.


by city or county officials were
done in the best interest of the
community."
Because the notification
went out to the entire city,_
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
had no choice but to close the
schools the following day.
Later Thursday evening,
residents received notice by
recorded telephone message
that schools would not be in
session the next day and would
resume following the
Thanksgiving break.
Faulk said some had
wondered why they didn't.just
shut the water off but still
allow school to remain in
session rather than lose a large
amount of money in state
funding for the day.
The cafeteria would need
water, restrboms could not be
used without water and there
was a chapter FFA luncheon
scheduled for that Friday
where students would be
cooking and serving iced
beverages.
"There was no question
about whether or not to risk a
student becoming sick from
contaminated water," Faulk
said.
The good news is that
because of the district's current
school hours, there is enough
accumulated extra time that
compensates for the missed
day, meaning students will not
be required to make up an
extra day of school.
On Friday afternoon, the
Union County Emergency
Management office sent out
notices to residents rescinding
the boil water notice following
a satisfactory completion of a
new bacteriological survey
showing the water was safe to
drink.
Berchtold suspects that the
contamination was likely
human error as opposed to a
danger in the water line itself.
A look into how water samples
were collected found, that
samples were being collected
by a city, .sewage plant
employee, where, for unknown
reasons, the empty sample


bottles were being stored for
future testing.
There was no way to know
if water samples could have
picked up contamination from
the sewage plant that was
inadvertedly transferred to the
collection bottles.
To rule out human error,
new. safer methods were
immediately used to collect yet
a third water sample-and a new
laboratory was employed to
conduct the, testing. Those
samples came back negative
for contamination.
In addition to stricter
sanitary methods for water
collection, Berchtold said there
would be a debriefing with the,
office of Emergency
Management on procedures of
how they will handle a
situation such as this in the
future.
"What we gained out of this
experience is that the
emergency notification
systems used in the city work,"
Berchtold said.
Faulk added that the
notification system in place
which dialed telephone
numbers on file for students in
the district was also successful.
"We had people in place at
all the schools expecting
confusion with students
arriving, yet only three
students showed up that day,"
he said. "We now know that
system can be successfully
implemented when we. need to
get any type of notification out
quickly."


Sharks fall

ball news
The Union County Sharks
hosted the Santa Fe Suns on
Oct. 29 with an 11-10 loss.
Trey Spitze and Lane
Parrish led off with walks with
Trey Owen hitting a double to
help score Spitze and Parrish.
SOwen, Parker Hodgson and
Colten McAlister followed
with walks to score five runs in
the first inning; Thomas Webb
.and Ethan Box were the only
ones to score in the second and
third inning.
Webb led off-the fourth
inning with a double. Tyler
Lewis walked with Case
Emerson hitting the ball to
center field scoring a double
with Webb and Lewis scoring
a run, putting the game at 11-9.
Box and Spitze hit singles
and Emerson scored a run
making it 11-10. Lane Parrish
hit a ground ball to the second.
baseman for the Syns, who
made an outstanding play for
the out, ending the game in a


Children's Medical Center
will be combining the Starke and Lake Butler
locations to provide better care. As of
December 1, 2007, we will be providing care
at the Starke (904) 966-0000 location only.

LAKE BUTLER STARKE
395 W. Main St. 319 W. Call St., Suite B
Lake Butler, FL 32054 Starke, FL 32091


loss for the Sharks.
However, the Sharks
travelled to Alachua on Nov. 2
for a 10-9 win.
Parrish and Brandon Ames
led off the first inning with
singles followed by with
Hodgson hitting a single to left
field scoring Ames and
Parrish.
In the second inning, the
team was unable to score. Box
hit a single in the third inning
with Ames following with a
single as well. Lane Parrish hit


a line drive up the middle'
scoring Box and Ames.
Owen hit a double allowing-
Parrish to score, but was put
out on his run to second. The
team rallied in the fifth inning:
for the win.
The Sharks.played their final
game of the season against Ft:
White at home on Nov. 13-'
with the Sharks winning 11-8.
The season ended with 8
wins and 3 losses for the
Sharks.


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Safety Patrol
Fundraisers for
trip to
Washington, DC

Candy Grams
Christmas Candy Grams will
go on sale Monday, Dec. 3rd
through Friday, Dec. 14.
For $1 each, Candy Grams
containing small bags of
various Christmas candies can
be delivered to any student,
teacher or staff member at
Lake Butler Elementary
School, complete with your
personal message.
Stop by the school's front
office to place your orders.
Order early, as past sales have
been so successful they have
quickly sold out.
Candy Grams will be
delivered on--Thursday, Dec.
20. Proceeds benefit the.-LBES
Safety Patrol and their
upcoming end of the year trip
to Washington, DC.


FDOT work
-program includes
county-
maintained roads
in Union

A $2.6 billion work plan of
projects that the Florida
Department of Transportation
(FDOT) intends to work on
over the next five years will be
presented to the public over
the next two weeks in three
separate work program public
hearings. The public hearings
will be tailored for each of the
18 counties in the FDOT
District Two area and will be
held:
* Thursday, November 29
at the Suwannee River Water
Management District
headquarters, 9225 County
Road 49, (east of Live Oak,
just south of U.S. 90) to

USDA
Continued from p. 3A
USbA for permission to place
the funds in an eserow account
so they could follow through
with the building sale to Little
Rainbows.--
Seeking advice -from
Crenshaw's office, Berchtold
was informed on Oct. 25 that
the USDA would allow the
grant funds to be placed in
escrow.
On Nov. 1, a review of the
bank statement by the city's
office manager found that the
city was not in possession of
the funds they believed USDA
had re-transferred to their
account.
On Nov,. 2, Berchtold
telephoned Pggy--Johns of
USDA who informed hifm the.
agency had forgotten to re-
transfer the funds to the city.
Fortunately for the parties
involved the city's account
did not get overdrawn during
this time.
"This is ludicrous,"
Berchtold said. "It is time-for
common sense to prevail."
The intent of the grant was
to allow the learning center to
expand its services to the
residents of Lake Butler by
upgrading a building located in
an abandoned industrial zone.
The jobs were created just as
promised and USDA was well
aware of the fact that the
building would likely be sold
soon.
"They had the lease-
purchase agreement sent to
them nearly two years ago,"
Berchtold said.
He asked Crenshaw to help
the city from spending any
further legal fees or
unnecessary time trying to
resolve the issue.
After meeting with
Crenshaw on Nov. 27,
Berchtold stated that he.
expects the congressman's
intervention could potentially
save the city more than
$80,000 by requiring a more
reasonable appraisal of the
property.
For example, USDA had
told the city to provide a
comprehensive appraisal
covering all of the property the
building sat-on including areas
which had nothing to do with
the grant, such as the large
playground equipment area
that was already in place prior
to any improvements on the
property.
Once the appropriate
appraisals are completed, the
city will know exactly where it
stands on any amount of grant
money they would actually be
required to pay back.


Enterfor chance to win
bicycle this Christmas
LBES Safety Patrol students
are selling tickets for a bicycle
drawing to be held on Friday,
Dec. 14.
Tickets are $5 and proceeds
will also go towards their
Washington trip. To see the
bicycle, stop by the school
library.

Support Our Troops
For the second year in a row,
the safety patrol is asking for
special care package donations
to send to our male and female
troops serving overseas during
the holidays.
Preferred donations are
DVDs, candy, magazines, beef
jerky, shower scrub/gel,
loofahs, dry skin lotion and
AT&T phone cards. The phone
cards must be AT&T as they
are the only provider in their
Area.
'All- donations must be
received nbolater than Tuesday,
Dec. 11 in order to make it to
the troops on time.


discuss the counties of Taylor,
Madison, Lafayette, Hamilton
and Suwannee (in that order).
Tuesday, December 4 at
the FDOT District Office,
1109 South Marion Avenue in
Lake City (U.S. 441 South) to
discuss the projects in Levy,
Dixie, Gilchrist, Alachua,
Bradford, Union and Columbia
counties (in that order).
Thursday, December 6 at
the FDOT Training Center,
2198 Edison Avenue in
Jacksonville (off 1-10 at the
Stockton Street exit) to focus
on the projects in Baker,
Putnam, St. Johns, Clay,
Nassau and Duval counties (in-
that order).
All meetings begin at 5:30
p.m.
Each year, the FDOT must
update its five-year
transportation plan based on


Christmas
parade
New to the area, City
Manager John Berchtold
has heard all about the
annual Christmas parade in
Lake Butler and is
anticipating seeing it for the
first time.
Last year, there were a
total of 54 entries in the
parade. So far this year,
only nine floats have
entered the parade.
There is still time to
participate, as applications
are being accepted through
Nov. 30. The parade will
take place on Friday, Dec..
7, beginning at 7 p.m.
This year's theme is
"Christmas through the
years."
Entry applications can be
picked up at city hall. For
your convenience, an
application can be
completed and cut out of
the newspaper. For further
information, call (386) 496-
3401.


requests from local
governments, the metropolitan
planning organizations and the
public. The results will be
presented to the Florida
Legislature for budget
approval in the spring of 2008.
This year the FDOT has
been challenged by decreased
revenues as has been evident
throughout state government.
Some projects have been
rescheduled from their
previous construction
timeframes and some have
been moved out of the work
program entirely.
The FDOT continues to
provide funding for the
resurfacing of county-
maintained roads and proposes
to fund these roadway
improvements as
recommended by the county
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widening and repaving County
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Citizens are encouraged- to
attend the work program
public hearings if they have
any questions or suggestions
for the FDOT. For more
information, call the FDOT
Public Information Office at
800-749-2967, ext. 3714.


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LAKE BUTLER CHRISTMAS PARADE
Friday, December 7, 2007 -- 7:00 p.m.

THEME: CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE YEARS


1. Name of person, firm, church,, or group entering -
2. Contact Person:
Phone -
Fax -
Email -
3. Mailing Address
4. We will be participating in the paradeas:
Float (approx. length)
Band (approx. number)
Marching Group (approx number
Car, Truck, Other
Parade Guidelines:
No candy is to be thrown from floats or vehicles. (This is f0r safety purposes;
it deters children from running into the parade traffic in the dark)
The Lake Butler Christmas Parade will be held, rain or shine.
All entries should reflect the spirit of Christmas. The Parade Committee
reserves the right to reject any entry they feel is not appropriate.
All float participants may begin to locate their line-up position at 5:30 pm.
Parade line-up will be on NE 3rd Street (Sanderson Rd.). All participants
must enter from NE 5 Ave. or NE 8th Ave.
The Parade Committee requests that there be NO live Santa's on any float or
vehicle. The "REAL" Santa will be at the end of the parade.

We agree that the City of Lake Butler will not be held responsible for
the float, group or entry that participates in the parade.i
Date:
(This application mustbe returned no later than Friday, November 30 2007. You may
contact City Hall on Thursday, December 6t for your line-up position if you have not
been notified by that time. If you have questions, please call City Hall at 386-496-3401)


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LBMS Positive Tigers for October


Lake Butler Middle School fifth and sixth grade Positive Tigers for the month of
.October were (front, I-r) Michelle Perez, Kiersten Jenkins, Crysta Fairfield,
Brittany Handley, Taylor Crosby, Travis Durant, (middle) Nicholas Barefoot, Case
Emerson, A.J. Owens, A.J. Baker, Jordyn Driggers, Taylor Joyner, Savannah
Chastain, (back) Katic Triccoci, Ashton Johnson, Jonathan Besso, Rafael
Sanchez and Kavla Nettles.



Farm-City Week celebration dinner a success


Lake Butler Middle School seventh and eighth grade Positive Tigers for the
month of October were (front, I-r) Ashlie Tierney, Leslie Barnes, Dalton
Townsend, (middle) Skye Elliot, Ashley Willis, Andrea Devlin, Shaquia Wood,
Jessica Anderson, (back) Jaylin Mock, Robert Barker, Laura Watson, Courtney
Stephens, Gomesha Johnson, Nicole Waldron and Saran Gillen. Not pictured
were Kailee Hooten, Marissa Chiominto, Dakota Veals and Ryan Perez.


On. Monday, Nov. 19, the
farm-city week celebration
dinner. and Thanksgiving
service was held at the
Lakeside Community Center.
A total of 138 people attended,
bringing enough food for
nearly 300 people, so plan on
attending next year.
Mitchell Cribbs, a member
of the Union County 4-H
livestock club, won the baking
contest and auctioned his
Congo Squares for $50 to help
the Union County Ministerial
Association Food Bank.
Special thanks to Brother
Terry Elixson and the Grace
Christina Fellowsfiip Baptist
Church for the Thanksgiving
music and message service.
The guest speaker was Sarah
Saft, Extension Coordinator
for Suwannee River [
Partnership and forester Jay
Tucker presented incentive
programs for landowners.
Union County Farm Bureau
i president. Elery Griffis
presented the -Farm Family
award to the Hendricks family
and the City Family award was


given to the Croft family.
Three 4-H Clubs (U on
County 4-H Livesock,
Millertown 4-H, and 4-H
Clover Buds) were there to
help dip tea and ice, serving,
and clearing the tables.
Katheryne Griffis and Donna
Harris decorated the
Community Center. Mr. Paul
Waters and his friends did an
excellent job with the smoked
chicken.
On behalf of the entire
extension office staff, we want
to thank the Ministerial
Association, the City of Lake


Butler, the Board of County
Commissioners, as well as the
many volunteers who helped
feed, decorate, host, provide
special music, and present the
message at the Farm-City
Week celebration dinner and
Thanksgiving service.


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The City Commission of the City of Lake Butler, Florida proposes to regulate use
of land within the area as shown on the map below by amending the City of Lake
Butler Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred to as the Comprehensive Plan,
as follows:
CPA 07-4, an application, by Joe F. Bennett and Carol B. Kelley, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive Plan to change the future land
use classification from COUNTY RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (less than or
equal to 2 dwelling unit per acre) to CITY RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE DENSITY
(less than or equal to 4 dwelling units per acre) on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section 31, Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Union
County, Florida. Being'more particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner of Government Lot 12, in said Section 31;
thence South 83013'58" East, along the West line of said Government Lot 12, a
distance of 36.52 feet to the Southerly right-of-way line of Cemetery Road; thence
South 83056'40". West, along .the Southerly right-of-way line of said Cemetery
Road 46.96 feet to the East-right-of-way line of a county road for the Point of
Beginning; thence South01'044'35" East; alo6ig the East right-of-way line of said
county road 250.06 feet; thence Easterly 224.50 feet; thence Southerly 194.59
feet; thence Westerly 224.04 feet to the East right of- way line of said county road~
thence South 0144'35" East, along the East right-of-way line of said county road
874.33 feet; thence North 83008'35" East 35.07 feet to the West line of said
Government Lot 12; thence continue North 83008'35" East 609.99 feet; thence
North 04012'29" West 1,038.98 feet; thence South 84039'20" West 179.59 feet;
thence North 01040'25" West 281.71 feet to the Southerly right-of-way line of
Cemetery Road; thence South 83056'40" West, along the Southerly right-of-way
line of said Cemetery Road 420.11 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 16.00 acre, more or less
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Legend
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The first of two public hearings concerning the amendment and the ordinance
adopting said amendment will be held on December 10, -2007 at 5:15 p.m. or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, in the City Commission Meeting
Room, City Hall, located at 200 Southwest 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida.
The title of said ordinance reads, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 07-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA, RELATING TO
AN AMENDMENT OF MORE THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND TO THE FUTURE
LAND USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, CPA 07-4, BY THE PROPERTY
OWNERS OF SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, FLORIDA
STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM COUNTY RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 2
'DWELLING UNIT PER ACRE) TO CITY RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE DENSITY
(LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 4 DWELLING UNITS PER ACRE) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued to one or more future dates. Any interested
party shall be advised that the date, time and place of any continuation of this
public hearing shall be announced during the public hearing and that no further
notices regarding the matter will be published.
The public hearing is being conducted by the City Commission to consider
transmittal of the amendment to the Florida Department of Community Affairs.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested persons may appear and
heard with respect to the'amendment on the date, time and place as referenced
above. A copy of the amendment is available for public inspection at the Office of
the City Manager, City Hall located at 200 Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at this
public hearing, they will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose,
they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be
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Regional News

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


Pageant, art contest are part of Starke Kiwanis events
The Kiwanis Club of Starke Furniture. Pictures should be awarded for second- through- (in the Santa Fe Community parade. The pageant is open to sash, trophy and flowers.
is sponsoring its second annual taken to Denmark Furniture by fourth-place in each grade. College Andrews Center girls in three age divisions: 3- The deadline to enter .is
holiday coloring contest as Monday, Dec. 3, at 6 p.m. An overall winner will be parking lot) following the 5, 6-8 and 9-10. Monday, Dec. 3.
well as the inaugural Miss Of those pictures, a winner selected, with that student's Christmas parade. Contestants will model For more information on-the
Snowflake Christmas pageant will be selected from each class receiving a pizza party. The Miss Snowflake pageant Christmas dresses, with the pageant, or to pick up an
in conjunction with the city of grade. These winners will Prizes and ribbons will be will also be held in the winner from each/ of the three application, please call Tim
Starke's downtown Christmas receive ribbons and small prize awarded on Dec. 8 in the Kiwanis Kids Christmas Area Faulkner at (904) 964-9755 or,
event, which will be held packages. Ribbons will also be Kiwanis Kids Christmas Area following the Christmas divisions receiving a crown, Jo Clark at (904) 964-5827.
Saturday, Dec. 8. Ad 11.22-07.crtr Page 1 Cyan
."Students in grades K-5 in all
Bradford County schools are
eligible for the coloring
contest. They are asked to
draw and color a picture that
corresponds to the theme,
"'ChrismiLis in Starke: Then
and Now."
-_"Each class is then asked to
select its best picture, which
will then be displayed on the
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The Lake Region
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Dec. 6. iiiB II
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reserve tickets, which are $12
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weekend, beginning on Friday,
Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. at the
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For more information,
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wvay and lasts through .' 4
Monday, Dec. 31. ,
-Players will be divided into ;i.'
four leagues determined by '- -" "!
age: 4-7, 8-10, 11-13 and 14- '"
17. The age determining date '
ii Dec. 31, 2007.
SThose interested may sign j' .$ ,9 9
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High School on U.S. 301. The
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OBIITUARIES


Edward Evenhuis


Edward
Evenhuis
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Edward F. Evenhuis, 97, of
Keystone Heights went home to
be with the Lord Friday night,
Nov. 23, 2007, following a short
illness.
Evenhuis was born in
Kalamazoo, Mich. on Feb. 17,
1910, the son of Edward Evenhuis
and Anna Boersma Evenhuis. He
lived there till he and his wife,
Evy, moved to the Park of the
Palms in Keystone Heights in
October of 2004.
Evenhuis served in WWII
enlisting in the Army Air Corps in
.October of 1942. He was assigned
to the-'Ascensi6n Islands as an
aircraft maintenance specialist
until his discharge in October of
1945. He returned to Kalamazoo
and developed a thriving business
-in the fledgling vending industry.
Evenhuis was married to his
dear wife, Evelyn, on July 19,
1958. He was a faithful member of
Bethel Baptist Church, serving the
Lord Jesus in Sunday school and
teaching ministries.
Evenhuis is survived by his
wife, Evelyn Evenhuis; two
children and their spouses, David
and Joyce Boubelik of Kalamazoo
and Beverly and Art Labelle of St.
Augustine; 12 grandchildren; 30
great grandchildren, as well as
several loving nephews and
nieces.
Evenhuis was preceded in death
by his parents; sisters, Ruthie and
Genevieve and brothers, Al and
Frank.
The family will receive friends
at Jones Funeral Home in
Keystone Heights from 10:30 to
11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29.
Memorial services will follow at
the Park of the Palms Chapel at 2
p.m. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Ruby B iostick
JACKSONVILLE Ruby Lee
Bostick, 86, of Jacksonville died
Monday, Nov. 19, 2007, at
Acosta-Rua Center for Caring
Hospice in Jacksonville, following
a long illness.
A native of Rochelle, Ga., who
was raised in Fitzgerald, Ga.,
Bostick was a longtime resident of
Jacksonville. Bostick was a


homemaker and was of the Baptist
faith.
Bostick is survived by: a
daughter, Kathy Lewis of Graham;
sons, Grover C. Bostick and J.W.
Bostick, both of Jacksonville, and
Duncan W. Bostick of Union
County; nine grandchildren and 18
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Duncan Bostick.
Graveside services were held
Nov. 21 at Riverside Memorial
Park Cemetery with Father Bodie
conducting the services. Interment
followed under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.

Annie
Bushloper
RAIFORD Annie Catherine
Dowling Bushloper, 97, of
Raiford died Sunday, Nov. 25,
2007, after an extended illness. -
Bushloper was born in
Jacksonville, the daughter of the
late Corley Dowling and Cora
Davis Dowling. She moved to
Raiford nine years ago.
Bushloper was a retired
dietition from Baptist Hospital in
Jacksonville. She was a member
of Northside Presbyterian Church
in Jacksonville.
Bushloper is survived by:
daughters, Mary Jeffrey of Raiford
and Linda C. Bushloper of Sierra,
Madre, Calif.; a sister, Marguerite
Fulcher of Las' Vegas, Nev.;
several grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and great-great-
grandchildren.
Bushloper was preceded' in
death by her husband; John White
Bushloper; her son, J. D. Elkins,
and a daughter, Camille
Bushloper.
Funeral services will be held at
11 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 29, at
Northside Presbyterian Church in
Jacksonville with the Rev. Bert
Swearinger conducting the
services. Burial will follow in
Evergreen Cemetery in
Jacksonville. Arrangements are
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.
Family will receive friends at
the church from 10-11 a.m. prior
to the service.

Jessie Corley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Jessie Hitzing Corley, 87, of
Keystone Heights died Nov. 27,
2007,.at Shands UF following an
extended illness.
Corley was born in Ekalaka,
Mont., on. June 3, 1920. She
moved to Keystone Heights from
Jacksonville in 1980.
Corley was a homemaker, an
active member of the Narcissus


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former member of the Keystone
Ramblers Club.
Corley is survived by: her
husband of 67 years, Robert
"Bob" Corley; children, Barbara
Corley of Jacksonville and Bill
Corley of Cumming, Ga.; siblings,
Ellis W. Hitzing, Ted Hitzing,
Thelma Wilson, Nina Cox,
Florence Allen and Maryann
Soud; two grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 3, 2007,
in the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at
Jones Funeral Home in Keystone
Heights, with the Rev. Bill Corley
conducting the services. A
viewing will be held one hour
prior to the service. Interment will
follow in Keystone Heights
Cemetery under the -care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Kaylea Cox
LAKE BUTLER Infant
Kaylea Marie Cox of Lake Butler
died Thrusday, Nov. 22, 2007,
after a sudden illness.
Kaylea is survived by: her
mother, Amber Marie Cox of
Lake Butler; and grandparents,
Eric and Tammy Cox of Lake
Butler.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Archer
Funeral Home Memorial Chapel.
Burial will be at a later date.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Estella
Henderson"
LAWTEY Estella
Henderson, 68, of Lawtey died-
Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007, at'
Shands Starke.
Henderson was a retired cook
and an assistant pastor of True
Gospel Mission of Starke and
Chiefland.
Henderson is survived by: sons,
Tony Henderson of Gainesville,
Walter Henderson and Charles
Henderson, both of Lawtey;
daughters, Jacqueline Scott of
Atlanta, Ga., Geraldine Ford of
Starke, Brenda Henderson of
Maitland and Penny Whitley of
Lawtey; a sister Lillie Bell Moore
of Daytona Beach; brothers, John
Lester of Albany, N.Y., Larry
Lester of Orange Park and Frank
Lester of Miami; 46 grandchildren
and 42 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 24 at True Vine Church with
Elder Ross Chandler pastor and
Evangelist Robert Scott
conducting the services. Burial


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Lawtey. Arrangements were under
the care of Chestnut Funeral
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Velma Henry
DOWLING PARK Velma
Rozella Henry, 92, of Dowling
Park died Sunday, Nov. 25, 2007,
at Good Samaritan Center in
Dowling Park.
A native of Bilbrey, Tenn., she
was raised in Cookville and
Lebanon, both in Tennessee.
Henry was also..a former resident
of Ada, Okla., who moved to
Florida in 1991. She was a
fnember of Northside Baptist
Church of Starke.
She is survived by: a brother,
Cordell Henry of Panama City; a
sister, Margaret Puckett of Milam,
Texas; and a sister-in-law,
Kathryn Henry of Brooker.
Funeral services were held Nov.
28 at Northside Baptist Church
with the Rev. David Cox
conducting the services. Interment
will occur on Friday, Nov. 30, in
Rosedale Cemetery in Ada, Okla,,
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home in Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
Northside Baptist Church, 7415
NW C.R 225, Starke, FL 32091.

Karen
Hunsinger
.STARKE Karen Denise
l-iiisinger, 48 of-Starke died
Friday, -Novc 167 2007, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
Hunsinger was a native of
Macclenny, moving to Starke in
1967. She attended the Bradford
County school system.
Hunsinger was employed with
George Roberts Insurance and
Citifinancial. She was a member
of Heilbronn Springs Baptist
Church.
Hunsinger is survived by: her
son, Allan Hunsinger of Starke;
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Funeral services were held Nov.
19 at the First Baptist Church of
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conducting the services. Interment
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LARGO Cynthia "Gayle"
Mallory Johnson, 63, of Largo
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Northside Hospital in St.
Petersburg.
Johnson was born in South
Charleston, W.V., and moved to
Largo nine years ago from
Columbia, S.C. She was of the
Baptist faith.
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Carry Frounfelter of Deminole,
Craig Frounfelter of Largo.and
Casey Roberts of Spring Hill; her
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Roberts of Largo; her mother,
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LAWTEY Edith McKinley
Yarbrough, 89, of Lawtey died
Monday, Nov. 26, 2007, at
Bradford Terrace following an
extended illness.
Yarbrough was born and raised
in Jacksonville, 'before moving, to
Lawtey in 1946. She was.a
homemaker and also owned and
operated a produce stand for many
years.
Yarbrough is survived by: a
son, Carl McKinley Yarbrough f
Lawtey; stepdaughters, Estilfe
Mizell and Mary Thornton, both
of Jacksonville; a stepson, Willie
Yarbrough of Middleburg; two
grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
grandchild.
Graveside services were held
Nov. 28 at Riverside Memorial
Park Cemetery in Jacksonville
with the Rev. Bobby Register
conducting the services. Interment
followed under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


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OBITUARIES


Russ Nicholls Jr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
:Russell Nicholls Jr., 85. of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
Nov. 19, 2007, at the VA Medical
Center in Gainesville following an
extended illness.
Nicholls was born in Scranton,
Pa., on March 3. 1922. He moved
to Keystone Heights in 1988 from
New Jersey.
Nicholls was a member of Fresh
'Start Fellowship Church. He was
a retired truck driver for Nestle,
and he worked at Miller's Grocery.
He received a Purple Heart while
serving in the Army. He also
volunteered at Bradford Terrace
and the Keystone Senior Center.
Nicholls is survived by:
.children, Barbara Wallace of
,Keystone Heights; Eugenia
Ammons of Kansas and Kenneth
.Barra of Macclenny; three
siblings; 13 grandchildren; 17
great-grandchildren and 13 great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 23 at Fresh Start Fellowship
Church with Pastor Mike Merritt
conducting the services. Interment
.was in Keystone Heights
.Cemetery. Arrangements were
under tie care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Jacquelyn
,-Thomas
i BROOKER Jacquelyn
i-Yvonne Davis Thomas, 74, of
,kBrooker died Thursday, Nov. 22,
-2007, after an extended illness.
Thomas was bom in Adel, Ga.,


to the late Leaf L. Davis and Flora
Bell Young Davis. She lived most
of her life on a farm between
Brooker and Gainesville.
Thomas was a homemaker and
a member of the Antioch Baptist
Church near LaCrosse.
Thomas is survived by:
daughters, Beverly T. Hamilton of
Brooker and Jennifer T. Daniel of
Lake Butler; sisters, Sue Blanton
and Kay Moore both of Adel, Ga.;
brothers, Bobby Davis and Edwin
Davis both of Adel, Ga.; five
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Thomas was preceded in death
by her husband, Norbin T.
Thomas.
Funeral services were held Nov.
25 at the Antioch Baptist Church
with the Rev. Greg Douglas
conducting'the services. Burial
followed in the church cemetery.
Arrangements were under the eare
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Joseph Wooden
STARKE Joseph Samuel
Wooden, 69, of Starke died
Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007, at Shands
AGH in Gainesville.
Wooden was a native of
Fredericksburg, Va., who was
raised in Montross, Va., before
moving to Starke in 1999. He was
a carpenter apd was a member of
the First International Church of
the Web.
Wooden is survived by: his
wife, Gloria Wooden of England;
a son, Roland Samuel Lam of
Hollywood; daughters Debbie
Crowe and Patty Crowe, both of
Virginia; and one grandson.


Services will be held at a later
date under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.


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CRIME

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:
Reginald S. Leverson, 38,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 23
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for possession of
firearm by a convicted felon. A
pistol was found on his right
hip, Patrolman Brown said. A
$15,000 surety bond was
posted for Leverson's release
from custody.
Carl Evan Swain, 36, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 21 by
Bradford Cpl. Thomas Sapp for
burglary and grand theft. Swain
was charged with entering a
residence on Oct. 17 and
stealing property valued at
$300, Cpl. Sapp said. The
power tools, wrenches, etc.
were loaded into Swain's van
and taken to his home which
was nearby. Some of the
property was recovered at
Swain's home when he was
arrested. Bond was set at
$20,000. Charges are pending
in Clay County after deputies
found property reported stolen
in Clay during a search of
Swain's home and van, Cpl.
Sapp said.
David Allen Brown, 47, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
24 by Bradford Deputy Bryan
Waldorf for two counts
domestic battery. Brown was
charged with striking the
victim in the face, then biting
her arm before pushing her.
She fell and hit her head on the
kitchen-counter, knocking her
unconscious, Deputy Waldorf
said. Brown then struck the
second victim several times in
the face, Deputy Waldorf said.
Brown was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted.
Craig Edwards, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 19 by Clay deputies for
simple battery (two counts).
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Starke was arrested Nov. 22 a
1:45 a.m. for two count
domestic battery. Stewart wa
charged with grabbing an
striking the victim in the face
She declined medical treatment
at the scene. Stewart was also
charged with striking tha
victim while they were a
Timbuktu. Arresting officer
were Bradford Deputy Le
Garnto and Patrolman Brown
Surety bonds totalling $4,00(
were posted for Stewart'
release from custody.
Carlton H. Martin Im, 34
of Kdystone Heights wa
arrested Nov. 24 by Stark


Patrolman P.A. King for
possession of cocaine and drug
paraphernalia. Martin was
questioned at 4:57 a.m. at
T.H.E. Apartments by the
officer. A crack pipe and
several pieces of crack cocaine
were found in Martin's vehicle,
Patrolman King said. Bond was
set at $20,000.
Frank Dee Williams Jr., 29,
of Hampton was arrested Nov.
20 by Hampton Patrolman S.
Donaldson for battery, breach
of peace and trespass. Williams.
was creating a disturbance at a
recycling business. He refused
to leave and was threatening
customers, Patrolman
Donaldson said. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Raven Nicole Lewis, 26, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
19 by Starke Sgt. M.D.
Watson for possession of
controlled substance and
possession of cannabis. Lewis'
vehicle was stopped for
speeding on U.S. 301 south of
Starke. A strong smell of
marijuana was noticed by the
officer who searched her vehicle
and found Methodone pills and
marijuana in a bag. A burnt
marijuana cigar was also found,
Sgt. Watson said. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Craig Lindsey, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 23 by Clay deputies for
possession of cannabis.
Bernadette M. Bright, 43, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 26 at
1:28 a.m. by Deputy Waldorf
for disorderly intoxication.
When questioned, Bright had a
strong odor of an alcoholic
beverage and was unable to
maintain her balance. She was
creating a disturbance in the
area and was charged With
breaking a window in the
victim's. residence, Deputy
Waldorf said.
Napolean Kates, 40, of
Sarasota was arrested Nov. 21
by Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart on a writ of bodily
attachment foy failure to pay
child support. He may purge
by paying $1,470.


Clifford Leon Smith, 43, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 22 by
Patrolman King on a writ of
bodily attachment. He may
purge by paying $5,089.59.
Annalaura Romaine Luther,
48, of Starke was arrested Nov.
20 by Starke Patrolman J.W.
Hooper on a warrant from
Collier County for failure to
appear. She purged by paying'
$408.50 in cash.
Rachel L. Bolton, 22, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 20 by
Patrolman King for two counts
violation of probation
worthless checks: She was
ordered to serve 50 days in the
county jail on each of the
charges.
Jessica Shaquita Mayo, 23,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 19 by Union Lt. H.
Tomlinson for violation of
probation sale of cocaine after
she tested positive for use of
marijuana. The warrant listed
Mayo as a violence offender.
Bond was set at $2,500.

Dogan Smith, 49, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 21 by Clay
deputies on warrants for failure
to appear worthless checks.
Rebbeca Louise Owen, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
'Nov. 20 by Union Deputy
James Goodwin for violation
of felony probation. A $5,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Alexander Quintasket, .18,
of Bartow was arrested Nov. 21
by Bradford Deputy R.E.
Pollard for violation of
probation aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon with no
bond.


Mathew Lee Grant, 23, of
Okeechobee was arrested Nov.
21 by Deputy Pollard for
violation of sex offender
probation for lewd or
lascivious battery on a child
under 16 years of age. He
remains in custody without
bond.
David Esten Collier, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
23 for failure. to register as a
convicted felon. Collier is a
convicted felon in the state of
Georgia. He failed to register
after moving to Florida in
September. A $15,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Teresa Parker, 22, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 26 by Clay
deputies on a. warrant for
dealing in stolen property.
David M. Love, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 24 by
probation officers for violation
of community control for
robbery while armed with
weapon and false imprisonment
from Dade County. He remains
in custody without bond.
Traffic
.Troy Johnson, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 25 by Green Cove
Springs patrolmen for driving
under the influence (DUI).
Kelly Oberry, 32, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 23
by Clay deputies for fleeing,
attempting to elude and
habitual traffic offender.
Mystry Diane Scott, 22, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 24
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CRIME


Inmates

captured

12 hours

after escape
Two inmates who escaped
custody on Nov. 21 from the
Reception Medical Center
(West Wing) in Lake Butler,
were captured later the same
day.
Inmates William Bruton and
Justin McCullough were on a
work detail outside the prison
fence in the maintenance area
when they jumped into a
waiting SUV and left the area.
Union deputies and prison
Authorities searched for the two
: but were unable to locate them,
according to Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead.
It was later learned the two
had been taken to Gainesville
where the inmates got a ride
with a relative of another
inmate who took them to
Lafayette County where they
were to wait for another ride.
Their final destination was to
be Tampa, according to
authorities.
The Florida Highway Patrol
received a BOLO from the
Department of Corrections at
1:45 p.m. concerning the
escape. While conducting a
routine traffic stop in the High
Springs area, a local police
officer gave undated
intelligence information stating
the two escapees were possibly
traveling in a black Honda with
front-end damage.
Trooper Daniel Caulk
stopped a vehicle matching the
description on S.R. 34. Two of
the four occupants were the
escapees, Trooper Caulk said.


They were apprehended without
incident.
Apparently the driver of the
vehicle and his wife had picked
up the escapees as they were
travelling on U.S. 129.
Escapee McCullough stepped
out of wooded area and flagged
the couple down. When the
vehicle stopped, Bruton
emerged from the woods.
McCullough offered the couple
$50 to give them a ride to 1-75.
While enroute, they asked the
driver to stop at a convenience
store to purchase a Gatorade,
giving the driver $250 to make
the purchase, Trooper Caulk
said.
No charges have been made
at this time against the couple.
McCullough and Bruton
were charged with escape and
booked into the Alachua
County Jail before being
transferred to DOC.
Bruton, 30, was serving 10
years for a Jacksonville
homicide and McCullough, 36,
was serving three years for
robbery, also from Duval
County.
A correctional officer, Laura
Elizabeth Wiley, 41, of Lake
Butler, was arrested Nov. 25 in
Union County for two counts
harboring, concealing and
aiding escaped prisoners. An
investigation by the DOC
Inspector General revealed that
Wiley purchased numerous
items, including correctional
employee uniforms, to aid in
the escape of Bruton and
McCullough. The purchases
were captured on store
surveillance cameras. Wiley
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Gainesville, according to
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Wiley has been employed
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Her employment has been
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Wiley, who apparently had,
a relationship with one of the
inmates, remains in the
Bradford County Jail under a
$30,000 bond.


Duval man

charged with

stabbings
A 39-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested Nov. 24 for
stabbing three individuals in
Lake Butler.
Davey Padgett was stopped
just before midnight as he
walked away from West Main
Street where a fight was in
progress, according to Deputy
David Shane.
When the deputy approached
the 700 block, people were
screaming and crying and there
was a large amount of blood on
the sidewalk and street,-Deputy
Shane said.
One victim had a long
laceration under her breast,
Deputy Shane said: Another
victim had a laceration to her
left elbow and had been
punched in the face. A third
victim had been stabbed on his
forearms and his chest. He was
transported to Shands
University, Deputy Shane said.
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Shown are some of the drugs recovered from the recent pharmacy
burglaries in Starke and Keystone Heights. The estimated street value of
the drugs, including Hydrocodone and Oxycodone, is $100,000,
according to Det. A.B. Graff.


Padgett was charged with
going to the apartment of a
former girlfriend. He entered
uninvited and refused to leave.
He used a knife to defend
himself when the occupants of
the apartment tried to push him
out, Deputy Shane said.
A small knife was found in
Padgett's pocket but it did not
have any visible blood on it,
Deputy Shane said. No other
weapon was located.

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A 21-year-old Keystone
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burglarizing a Starke pharmacy
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County with the burglary of
two pharmacies.
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* Call 866-228-5135 M-F 9-4 for price and
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Street Pharmacy were found in
his vehicle. Pill bottles,
prescriptions and additional
documents from the pharmacy
tied Fore to the Nov. 5
burglary, according to Lt. Barry
Warren.
On Oct. 31 the Family
Medical and Dental Center in
Keystone Heights was broken
into and Alprazolam and
Hydrocodone were. removed
from the main pharmacy.
On N6v. 5 the North
Florida Pharmacy of Keystone
was entered after a window was
shattered. Again drugs were
stolen, according to Det.
Adam Graff.
The three burglaries were
similar, leading to Fore being
charged.
Fore faces multiple charges
of burglary, ,grand theft,


criminal mischief, trafficking
in Hydrocodone and trafficking
in Oxycodone.
After the burglaries Fore
took the pills to his residence
on South Lawrence Boulevard.
After he was arrested his
girlfriend, Breanna Nicole
Parks, removed the stolen pills
from Fore's residence. She
took them to her residence and
later buried them in a wooded
area, Det. Graff said, An
estimated 10,000 pills were
recovered.
Parks, 17, was charged with
evidence tampering, accessory
to burglaries and trafficking in
Hydrocodone and Oxycodone.
She was placed in the Juvenile
Detention Center in
Jacksonville, Det. Graff said.
Fore remains in custody
under a $185,000 bond.


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Auctions
PUBLIC AUCTION -
ADERHOLTAUCTION &
EQUIPMENT. Saturday,
December 1st, 2007, 9am.
Six. miles south of Lake
City on US 41 and 441.
Mowers, harrows, trailers,
feeders, portable calf
squeeze chute, rope,
tools, tool boxes, Christ-
mas lights and ornaments
by the carton and much
more being added daily.
Consignments welcome.
Call 386-397-3856 or
386-755-2615 for more
information. AU#1569
AB#1133.

42
Motor Vehicles
1992 LEXUSLS400, HIGH
MILES, RUNS GREAT,
reduced to $3995. Newer
battery and tires. Call
.904-964-4111.
1994 ISUZU 1 TON DIESEL
-AUTO, 14FT BOX, roll-
up door, walk board. Only
136,000 miles, excellent
condition. Asking $3,500,
call 904-504-3802.
2004 BLACK FORD F-150,
HERITAGE. Like new,
$8,500. Call Glenn for
details, 352-235-1287,
leave message.
'90 TOYOTA CELICA GT
WITH TURBO-BLOWER
hood and spoiler, 179K
miles. Asking $1650
OBO. Call 904-964-
9191, leave message.
1998 FORD CROWN
VICTORIA LX. One
owner (elderly couple),
35,000 miles, fully
loaded, great gas mile-
age, excellent condition,
practically new tires. If
interested, call 904-782-
3131 after 6pm.

4j
RVs and
Campers
1998 30' JAYCO TAG-A-
LONG WITH BUNK
BEDS great condition.
Asking $6,000, call 904-
782-1262.
45
Land for Sale
NEW LISTING FOUR 10
ACRE LOTS. $79,900
each. Raiford, zoned A4,
quiet, woods. Coral
Shores Realty, 904-885-
2135.
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
.for sale, 1/3 acre and up,
lowdown. Owner financ-
ing available. Call 1-800-
616-8373.
ONE ACRE LOTS -
LARGER PARCELS
AVAILABLE. Owner fi-
nancing. Call 352-485-
1818 or 904-631-3594.
1.06 ACRE LOT IN COUN-
TRY CLUB High and
dry, asking $42,000. Call
Jenn Farnsworth at
Coldwell Banker, 904-
964-9222 or 904-566-
9068.


47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
TWO COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS downtown
Starke. One set up for
restaurant. Huge square
footage. New roofs. Only
$376,500 for both. Call
904-964-4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL
OFFICES at 417 West
Call Street for lease. Ideal
for medical, legal, ac-
counting or business of-
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
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964-6999.
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from manufacturer.
20 colors in stock
with all accessories.


what the dealer pays.
Model #2403a, 28x40,
only $28,156. Call Joel at
912-287-9015, Mon-Fri,
9am-5pm for details.
REDUCED! 1999 SWMH
3BR/2BA on 1.5 acres in
Glen St. Mary. 1/4 mile
from Baker County High
School. Asking $115K.
Call 904-259-7675.
2007 FACTORY REPO's
never lived in! Starting at
$29,995. delivered to
your lot. Call Matt 386-
867-3347.
ATTENTION LAND-
LORDS/Investors! I have
a limited # of Wholesale
14 X 70's for $23,995
(freight on buyer) and 28
X 56's for $39,995 (freight
on buyer) Call Mike 352-
376-4880.
GENE JIM & ROY'S of
Gainesville has a new lost
leader 28 X 60, 4/2 for
$43,995, set up included,
call 352-378-2453.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
SALE LAND HOME
PACKAGES. Owner fi-
nancing possible, call
352-468-1011.
KEYSTONE FOR SALE
OR RENT 2/1 WITH
LARGE FENCED LOT,
DECK. $44,500 or $650/
mth. Some owner fi-
nance possible. Call 352-
473-2214.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE SE-
CLUDED IN THE COUN-
TRY on 4.12 acres with
CH/A, new wood floors,
two porches, barn and
playhouse. Asking
$130K. Call 386-496-
3351.


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For Rent
2/1.5 ON LAKE GENEVA.
Service animals only.
First and security. Call
352-473-2919.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
SREADY. No travel trailer
or RV. $250/mth, call
904-796-0442.
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,
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE. $325/mth plus
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call
352-473-2185.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT TO OWN MOBILE


HOME IN COMMUNITY
SETTING. No banks,
flexible terms. Lake But-
ler area. Call 386-496-
8111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKEFRONT LARGE 2/
2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
rage, many extras, great
view. $850/mth, call 678-
640-1524.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, FI
32054. Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac-
cessible apartments.
Laundry facility & play-
ground. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
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.
LAKE BUTLER 3BR/2BA
'brick home with a great
workshop situated on a
very nice 2 acre parcel,
on a paved road. Drive by
and see at 9369 SW
152nd Ct. $249,900.
Juanita Carter 352-316-
1444. ERA Trend Realty.
ORANGE WOOD Apart-
ments. Rental assistance.
Now available 2 bedroom
HC & non HC accessible
, apartments, 801 South
Water Street, Starke, FL
32091. Call 904-964-
4214, TDD/TTY. 711.
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nity.
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2BA, $750 per month,
first, last, & deposit. North
of Starke. Call 904-368-
0591 for more info.
FURNISHED 2BR MH, CH/
A,' patio, shed, large
fenced yard, very clean,
$600/mth plus security.
Starke. Service animals
only. Call 386-496-0683.
NICE 2/1. LAKESIDE
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MCRAE ELEMENTARY.
Unfurnished, $700/mth.
Call 352-475-5651.
ONE MONTH FREE 2, 3
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at $525. Water included,
w/d hook-ups, fitness
center, computer room,
pool, volleyball court, kids
play area, clubhouse with
big screen TV, great resi-
dent activities, walking
distance to schools. Pets
welcome! Whispering
Oaks Apartments, call
904-368-0007.
LIKE NEW 3BR
DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/
1.5BA DWMH in Key-
Sstone Heights, completely
remodeled, everything is
new, very large front &
rear decks, big yard and
only a half mile off paved
roads. Available now, only
$700/mth rent plus de-
posit, call 904-571-4264
or 904-278-2208.
HOME FOR RENT KEY-
STONE, IN TOWN. 2/2,
$625/mth plus utilities.


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access, $650/mth plus
utilities. Call 352-216-
9078 or 352-237-7601.
2/2 MOBILE HOME,
14X70. LOCATED ON
SE 21st Ave. $400/mth
plus $400/dep.. Call 904-
964-2836.
GARAGE APT- Keystone
Heights area, on lake,
unfurnished, stove, refrig-
erator, AC & heater, avail-
able. $450 per month plus
deposit. Includes lights,
water & garbage. 352-
473-4220 very clean.
3/2 HOME IN STARKE -
1231 BRADFORD ST.
NEW CENTRAL AIR,
CLEAN, just painted in-
side and out. New lino-
leum, new appliances,
new counter top, Ready
to go the first of Decem-
ber. Safe, private area.
Credit check and credit
references required,
$775/mth. Call for more
info, 814-257-9825 or
904-966-2176.
2/1 MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT CH/A, WASHER
AND DRYER. Call 386-
562-3408.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE, 2/1, WASHER
AND DRYER, YARD
SERVICE INCLUDED.
Dock, boat lift, furnished/
unfurnished. $850/mth,
call 352-468-2386.
STARKE 3/2
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. $650/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
1386.
2/2 MOBILE HOME ON
ONE ACRE. Close to
Keystone Heights
schools in quiet neighbor-


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shoreline, year round
water, sea wall.
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Jamie Russell
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hood. $600/mth plus
$600/sec. Call 352-475-
6260.
2/2 14X70 MOBILE HOME
COUNTRY SETTING
IN STARKE. Service ani-
mals only. $575/mth,
$575/sec. Call 904-964-
9719.
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ACRE IN STARKE CH/
A, eat-in kitchen, w/wcar-
pet. $550/mth, $550/dep
plus $35 credit check.
Call 904-514-9232.
KEYSTONE LAKE
BROOKLYN. 3/1.5,
mostly furnished, gas and
well. Sale or lease. $950/
mth, first, last, security
and credit check. Open
house, 12pm-3pm, Satur-
day, 12/1. 7191 Pleasant
Point Rd. Call 941-726-
4417.
3BR/2BA DWMH ON PRI-
VATE LOT, paved road
with CH/A, ceiling fans,
large den. Located in
Keystone Heights, in-
cludes kitchen app &
washer/dryer, $600/mth,
$625/dep. Call 904-460-
9115. References re-
quired.
3/1 HOUSE -. OUTSIDE
CITY LIMITS. First and
security, $500/mth. Pets
OK. Call 904-368-0191.
ON LAKE GENEVA
MCDONALD'S MOBILE
HOME PARK. 1, 2 and
3BR for rent. Call 904-
445-8669.
LAKE COTTAGE 2/1 WITH
KITCHEN AND LIVING
ROOM, FIREPLACE,
laundry, storage or 3rd
bedroom, plus cable
available in all rooms.
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LAKEFRONT w/LOG.
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Fish from your front
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Gorgeous Tennessee
lake 'in private
community. Excellent
financing. Call now
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COASTAL GA 1/2
acre+ $89,900
Incredible community,
water & marsh views,
Year- round temperate
weather. Near Golden
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retirement living. Great
financing available. CALL
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Log cabin shell on 2
private acres near very
wide trout stream in the
Galax area and New
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$139,500 owner
(866)789-8535.
3-35 Acre Tracts near
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$8,000 per acre. Call
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included. $700/mth, first,
last and security. Call
352-475-3440.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/
1.5, 1000 SQ FT
TOWNHOUSE. Attached
garage, one block to
school. $675/mth plus
$675/sec. Call 352-473-
5174.
51
Lost/Found
LOST BLACK, BRINDLE
ANb WHITE MALE BOS-
TON TERRIER. Last
seen on CR225 (Bayless
Hwy) on 11/23/07. Re-
ward if found, please call
904-964-2759 or 904-
364-8211.
FOUND SMALL MALE
JACK RUSSELL TER-
RIER found in
Worthington Springs.
Collar has name "Buddy"
-misses owner desper-
ately. Call 386-623-1527.
52
Animals & Pets
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 choosefrom. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
PIT BULL PUPPIES 8
WEEKS OLD. Many col-
ors of brindle and buck
skins. $125-$150. Call
386-496,8431.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE EV-
ERYTHING MUST GO.
NW 45th Ave. off of Mor-
gan Rd. (CR233) be-
tween 301 and 16. Fur-
niture, dishes, pictures,
house full. Friday and
Saturday, 8am-3pm.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY,
9AM-2PM. AtStarke Golf
and Country Club, NE
14th Ave., look for signs.
Household items, toys,
_clothing.

ROOMS

FOR 1S1T
Economy In
IawtM R -$35a Up
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service'
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SRefrigerator. bal Phone
(904) 782-3332


PINE FOREST
APARTMENTS

Now
Accepting
Applications
Some income
restrictions
apply.

2-bdrm units
Central heat
and air
*Full-sized
appliances
Nestled in
mature pines


(904) U
964-6312
1530 Madison St., Starke
TDD 202-720-6382


MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 9AM-5PM.
24" TV Samsung, com-
puter 3.2 GHz with 19"
LCD and DVD burner,
teac 5.1 surround, and a
lot more. 100W, 3 miles
to SW 66th Ln.
OLD CHINA HUTCH, END
TABLES, OVAL GLASS
TOP dining table with
chairs, girls 5/5T winter
jackets, antique glass-
wares, gift items and
much more. Friday and
Saturday, November 30
and December 1st, 8am-
? 9510 SW 68th PI., Lake
Hampton Oaks.
COUNTRY CLUB ES-
TATES FRIDAY, SAT-
URDAY AND SUNDAY,
8am-3pm, look for signs.
HAMPTON LAKE 1/2
MILE FROM 301S,
LOOK FOR SIGNS. Lots
of toys, girls/women's
clothing, Little Tykes
house, electronics, etc.
Saturday, 8:30am-
1:30pm. Everything 1/2
price last hour.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-3PM. ON 301 be-
tween Red Dog and Pro
Trailers, 1556 US 301
South. Clothing, furni-'
ture, construction equip-
ment.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY, DE-
CEMBER 1ST, 9AM-
1PM. Lin's Gifts on
Edwards Rd.
NOVEMBER 30 AND DE-
CEMBER 1, 9am-? 1300
Searing St. Many house-
hold items, bedding,
Christmas lights, bicycle,
skates, end tables, VCRs,
dish sets and lots more.

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ AcRjaUll
500 ft frotage on 301
South only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
* Ideal Locatio*
Cal. (904) 964-3827


YARD SALE CLOTHES
AND FURNITURE. Sat-
urday, 8am-noon. 428 N
Broadway St., Starke be-
tween high school and
Pratt St.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
NOVEMBER 30 AND
DECEMBER 1, 8am-?
7239 NW CR229, 2 miles
from city limits. Christ-
mas decorations, an-
tiques, tent, tools and.
household items.
BIG YARD SALE 12707
SE CR-100A (Griffis
Loop). Baby clothes,
stuffed toys, lots of misc.
Saturday and Sunday,
9am-5pm.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
CARPORT SALE. 947
NE SR16, 9am-? -
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
DECEMBER 1ST, 8AM-?.
Nice pJus size women
.clothing, books and much
more. Turn at Griffis
Loop, beside Kangaroo,
follow signs. 904-368-.
0571.
HOME INTERIOR CON-
SULTANT HOLDING
OPEN HOUSE on Satur-
day, 12/1 from 9am-pm.
9 miles past Starke El-
ementary on CR229, turn
left on CR235, follow
signs. Charlotte
Durrance, 904-964-7575.
Candles, house accesso-
ries, 'greenery ad more.
Call for'more info.
HOLIDAY YARD SALE -
LOTS OF CHRISTMAS
DECOR and gifts, kids
toys and clothes, baby
clothes, household items,
computers jewelry,
women clothes and
more. Saturday, 8am-


1pm. Behind Tony's
Pizza, look for signs.
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
8AM-NOON. 324 N Wal-
nut St. Like new toys,
clothes, books, crutches,
slate pool table with ac-
cessory plus much more.
Reasonable prices, great
items for Christmas.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
11/30-12/1. CR225A,
Lawtey, off CR225. Flo-
ral supplies, misc. stuffed
animals, sewing ma-
chines, etc. Call 904-521-
9446.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30
AND SATURDAY, DE-
CEMBER 1, 8am-?
Heading west 100 to
CR225, turn on CR225,
go 3-4/10 miles, on right.
10650 NW CR225.
Christmas decorations,
clothes, knic knacs, etc.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE -
2ND WEEKEND. New
items Christmas, tools,,
misc. Friday and Satur-
day, 8am-1pm. 5881 NW
CR125, Lawtey off Hwy
301, look for signs.
CHURCH YARD SALE AT
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH (across from
hospital). Support the
youth group. Lots of stuff
inside the Stump Hall
from 8am-2pm, Saturday
only.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8:30am-2pm. 13380 SE .
CR 100A on Griffis Loop
across from Grace Bap-
tist Church. Lots of
Christmas, videos, CDs,
kitchen, household,
scrapbooking supplies,
clothing, floral, much
more. Fill a bag for $2 on


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MASSIVE MOVING SALE!
Saturday, December 1st
-until? 8am-5pm Tools,
furniture, clothing, cook-
ware, toys, dishes, small
appliances, military gear.
CR233 (Morgan Rd), fol-
low signs from US 301 N
or SR 16W. Call 352-
514-1993.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY. Christmas
items, chainsaw, gas
blower, bicycle and lots of
other misc. items. Hwy
301 South in Hampton,
just past the light at CR18
and Hwy 301 on the left,
look for sign.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 7AM-6PM.
Lots of tools, antiques,
books, clothes, furniture,
bikes, videos, old trunks,
etc. Cheap prices. 6527
Little Lilly Lake Rd (off
CR214, south of Lake
Geneva). Call 352-475-
6295. ,
HUGE /MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE BESIDE
FIRST BAPTIST OF
KEYSTONE ON SR100.
Saturday, 8am-? Baby
items .and clothes, kids/
Jlullcvar~ ,i,,lr:e ,,read


maker, bikes, CD tower,
bedding, little boy and girl
toys, twin bed frame, gen-
eral knick knacks. Prices
are right. Great Christ-
mas shopping! Come out
and see us!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
FOLLOW SIGNS OFF
100 EAST in Highridge.
Everything is half price,
lots of good stuff. Must'
go.
410 MAGNOLIA DR. FRI-
DAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM. FURNITURE AND
MORE.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER
1ST, 9am-? 6789 DOE
TRAIL CT., Keystone
Heights. 2 f.eezers, fur-
niture, tools, sports equip-
ment, golf equipment,
clothes, misc. "Lots of
stuff.".
GARAGE SALE
CLOTHES, TOYS AND
MORE. 7910 Breezy
Point Rd West off of
CR214 by SR21. Call
352-745-3112 or visit
www.garagesale.geneva
services.com. Friday and
Saturday, look for signs.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
UNDER COVER FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY. 9am-
3pm. Lamps, 36" round
mirror, Christmas decor


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and gifts, card table,
glassware, something for
all. Priced to go. 220 SE
1st St.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, DECEM-
BER 1ST, 8:30am-?
100E from Hardee's, go
2.4 miles, turn right on
CR237 to SE 84th St.,
turn left.

55
Wanted
REWARD OF $500-$1,000
PAID FOR-FLORIDA
COUNTY AUTO. TAGS
dated 1911-1917. Also
want FL plates before
1970, esp. Union County
tags with #63 prefix. Call
Jeff Francis at 727-345-
6627 or e-mail
gobucs13@aol.com.
57
For Sale
BED i KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell


for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100, sac-
rifice for $1100. 352-377-
9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail $5800,
sacrifice$1100. 352-377-
9846.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
/ plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-8588.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS -
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Phone, 904-
782-3172 or 904-509-
9126.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up 'each, electric stove,


written guarantee,' deliv-
ery available. For ap-
pointmerits, call 904-964-
8801.
MATTRESS TWIN sets:
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot. Cash and
carry. Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888. '
STEEL BUILDING SALE -
UP TO 50% OFF. 20R20
to 100x100. discount in-
ventory ltd., call 904-449-
2154.
PIANOS FOR SALE
BLACK BALDWIN CON-
SOLE, just refinished and
tuned, $095. 100yearold
Tiger Oak upright, just re-
finished, reconditioned.
and tuned, $1,200. Baby
grand, good finish, just
tuned, $1,800. Call 904-
964-5497.
U-PICK PECANS IN
STARKE, $1/LB OR
PICK ON HALVES.
Thursday, Friday or Sat-
urday 9m.5pm. Call


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S904-964-7824 or 904-
364-6626 for directions.
DRUM SET FOR SALE,
$200 firm. Please call
; 904-964-2776.
LARGE PORTABLE UP-
RIGHT SMOKER, GOOD
.SOLID TRAILER, dish-
washer like new. Call
386-623-3468.
KIDS BUNK BED SET FOR
SALE BUILT-ON
.DRESSER, BOOK
SHELF AND DESK,
$300.' Call 904-964-5859
or 904-769-6221.
NEW WITH TAGS CUS-
TOM PEARL DRUM SET.
.Too rany pieces to men-
tion, ideal set for church
or band. Call Glenn for
details, 352-235-1287.
2' ROCKER RECLINERS,
$60 EACH. Dining table
with 4 chairs $100. Gas
motor heaters and gas
heaters, various sizes
under $100. Toilets, $40.
Call 352-473-5214 or
904-964-4488.
ELECTRA BLUE MINI
SPORTS CYCLE. Elec-
tric start, rice shape, all
paperwork, $185.. Call
352:475-3975.
COUCH 3 CUSHION 92"
ETHAN ALLEN. Dark
blue with floral pattern.
10 years old, nice condi-
tion. $250 OBO. Call
352-475-3311.
RUSTIC CUE COLLEC-
TION (SAMUEL
LAUREN) 'table with 6
5_chairs leaf expands to
78", $800. Twin trundle
bed (3 drawers) with mat-
tresses, $300. Call 386-
496-1079.
'59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
BlIgs. 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 &
SLandscape, customized
- lawn'care, sod, trimming,
Landscape design. Rea-
Ssonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &


residential. Licensed and
insured. Call 386-719-
2200, if no answer please
leave message.
DAYCARE DONE IN MY
LAKE BUTLER HOME.
30+ years experience,
CPR and First Aide certi-
fied Call 386-496-1062.
"THE PRICE IS RIGHT"
HANDYMAN SER-
VICES. Home Repair:
Carpentry, plumbing re-
pair, painting. Minor elec-
trical: Hang ceiling fans,
install and repair tele-
phone wiring and jacks,
etc. Odd jobs: Yard work,
site clean-up, trash re-
moval. Pressure wash-
ing: Driveways, decks,
mobile homes, houses,
etc. Free estimates, qual-
ity work at a fair price.
Call Allen at 386-623-
4690 or William at 904-
796-0086.
GOLDEN FAITH MINIS-
TRIES BOOKS AND
GIFTS STORE IS NOW
OPENED! Located at
101 Edwards Rd., Starke.
Call 904-964-7579.
CHRISTMAS AND HOLI-
DAY DECORATING IN
YOUR HOME. Working
too many hours? Sched-
uletoo hectic? Disabled?
Stressed out trying to do
it all? Or just want some-
one with experience to
coordinate your holiday?
Let me help! 4 years
decorating trees in PV
Beach Florist, 2 years in-
terior design. For more
info, free consultation and
reasonable prices, call
Designs by Veronica at
904-964-3377.
IF YOU ARE AN EM-
PLOYER LOOKING FOR
_EMPLOYEES. please


contact Susan or Pam at
904-964-5278 or visit us
online at floridaworks
online.com. Let us make
your hiring process easier
for you at no charge.
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
Opportunity
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.
RealtyMasters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
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.
COMPANY SPECIALIZING
in Erosion control now hir-
ing the following posi-


tions: Class A CDL driv-
ers, Crew leaders, me-
chanic, equipment opera-
tors, laborers -.valid Driv-
ers license a Must! Fax
resume to 904-275-3292
or call 904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place.
CNA/LPN/RN 24-32/WK.
CONTACT EMILY
GUERRA, 904-284-
8578, Penney Retirement
Community. Drug Free
Work Place and EOE.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on CR
325.
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.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
STILL LOOKING? LOOK
NO MORE. Openings in
construction, welding,
electronics, mechanics
and more. No experience
necessary. We train.
Earn while you learn in
our fully paid apprentice-
ship programs. Paid re-
location.-H.S. grads, age
17-34. Call 1-800-342-
8123 Mon.-Fri.
AREA REP. FAMILIAR
WITH LOCAL COMMU-
NITIES AND SCHOOLS.
Place and supervise for-
eign high school stu-
dents. Part-time supple-
mental income, bonus,
travel opportunities. We
welcome families to call


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about hosting an interna-
tional student too! Call toll
free 1-866-637-4073 ore-
mail Sodycmcs@att.net.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group homes in Starke.
Requires HSD or GED,
valid FL rivers license
with good record. $8.25
hour plus benefits EOE
M/F/D/V 904-694-1468
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.
WANTED COMPUTER
WIZ WHO HAS ABILITY
TO USE PHOTOSHOP
to help finish illustrations
for children's book. Will
pay $10/hr. Call Pateh at
352-213-8477. _
RN OR LPN, PT/PRN -
PENNEY RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY. Contact
Emily Guerra at 904-284-
8578, Drug Free Work-
place/EOE. .
LANDFILL SPOTTER -
THE NEW RIVER SOLID
WASTE ASSOCIATION
is seeking a qualified per-
son for the position of
Landfill Spotter. Respon-
sibilities include screen-
ing wastes for removal of
unauthorized materials.
Landfill or recycling expe-
rience preferred. Em-o
ployees will be required to


complete Landfill Opera-
tor and Inmate Supervi-
sion courses. Salary is
negotiable and will be
based on experience.
Applications are available
at the New River Re-
gional Landfill, located on
SR121, 3 miles north of
Raiford, FL. Apply be-
tween 8am and 5pm.
Deadline for applications
is Friday, November 30,
2007 at 5pm. New River
Solid Waste Association
is a drug-free workplace;
drug testing will be re-
quired. For more informa-
tion, call 386-431-1000.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
BUS DRIVER PARTTIME,
BRADFORD COUNTY.
Bondable, able to obtain
a valid. Florida Class D
driver's license, no traffic
violations. Apply at:
Suwannee River Eco-
nomic Council, Inc., 104-
4 L.M. Gaines Blvd.,
Starke, FL 32091. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
Persons with disabilities
are encouraged to apply
for employment. Should
special accommodations
be necessary, please call
386-362-4115, Voice/
TDD.
VACUUM SYSTEM SPE-
CIALISTS is looking for
mechanic with electrical
and plumbing knowledge
to rebuild vacuum pumps.
- lean background,
Florida drivers license,


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Taco Bell of Starke now taking
applications for General Manager
position. Must have min. 2 years
experience in restaurant industry.
Benefits include:
* Aggressive salary for qualified applicants
S401k plan,
* Paid vacation
* Health benefits
Call (386) 397-3800
to set up an interview 2


HS diploma, long-term
employment. Call Dawn
Doyle at 904-964-6548.
Drug Free Workplace.
DRIVERS TOP PAY &
EXC ELLENT
HOMETIME. We train
car haulers. Superior
benefits package. CDL-
A with 2 years OTR ex-
perience. 800-889-8139.
EXPERIENCED COM-
PUTER skills, old school
abilities in grammer, spell-
ing, punctuation, and
general usage of lan-
guage. Typing/word pro-
cessing, 50cpm:.People
skills, telephone neces-
sary. Full time job with
benefits. Send resume to:
Old School, P.O. Drawer
A, Starke FL, 32091-
9998.
NOW HIRING FULL TIME
SALES ASSOCIATE -
Tuesday 9am-5pm and
Saturday 9am-4pm.
Strong people skills and
retail sales experience
required, will train. Call
Christine at 904-434-
0067, Starke area.
NEEDED ASAP: FRONT
DESK PERSON for busy
medical office. Require-
ments: hard-working, re-
sponsible, team player,
good people skills. Must
be experienced with veri-
fying insurance, medical
terminology, scheduling
appointments and filing
charts. Please reply with
resume/references to:
Office Manager, PO Box


285222, Gainesville, FL
32635.
MARKETING/LEASING -
Picerne Mgmt. Corpqis
currently accepting re-
sumes for the Starke, FL
area. Position requires
strong customer service
skills, marketing skills,
and high energy and in-
dividuals that possess a
"Team Player" attitude.
Come join our winning
team. Please fax resume
to 904-368-0008. DFW/
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The Baker County Hoof N
Around 4-H club-which
includes several members from
Bradford County-will be
holding a fundraiser on
Saturday, Dec. 8, consisting of
a chili and hot dog lunch, a
silent auction and a live
auction.
The event is open to the
public.
The auction will take place
at First United Methodist
Church, located at 93 N. Fifth
St. in Macclenny. The doors
will open at 10 a.m. The silent
auction will begin at 11 a.m.
SLunch will be served at noon,
followed by the live auction.
SThere will be a $5 donation for
the meal. All proceeds will go
toward the purchase of safety
equipment for the Hoof N
Around 4-H horse club, as well
as help sponsor this year's 4-H
horse shows.
This will be a great way for
you to support the local 4-H
program and maybe even get
some, early Christmas
shopping done. Pre-order
tickets for the meal are
available at the extension
Office in Macclenny, as well as
at the door the day of the
event.
-If you are interested- in


Johnathan
Alexander
graduates
basic training
Army Pvt; Johnathan D.
SAlexander has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
army mission, history,
tradition, core values, physical
; fitness, and received
Instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare,
bayonet training, drill and
ceremony marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice- system, basic
first aid, foot marches and field
training exercises.
He earned distinction as
an honor graduate.
Alexander is the son of
John Alexander of Melrose
and Linda Alexander of
Gainesville and is a 2005
graduate of Hawthorne High
School.


donating items for the auction,
which is geared toward horse
owners, please contact 4-H
agent Rene6 Gore at the Baker
County Extension Office at
(904) 259-3520. Some of the
donors lined up already
include: Realco Demolition,
Diamond D, S.A. Farms, Wille
Wynn, Christa's Critter
Cuttin', Westside Feed, the
Wright Touch (a photography
package), Marjena Bass (a
breeding to a paint horse)
Show Rabbits and Cages -and
Tractor Supply.
For more information, you
may also contact Alice Hendon
at (352) 473-7817 or Marjena
Bass at (904) 266-4682 or
(904) 266-2222.
4-H is the non-formal
educational youth program of
the University of Florida
Cooperative Extension
Program, providing
educational programs to youth
ages 5-18 in a caring and
nurturing environment, while
teaching citizenship,
leadership and life skills. This
and. other extension office
programs are open to. all
individuals regardless of age,
sex, race, color, disability,
creed or national origin.


Adam
Preseau
graduates
basic training
Army Private Adam D.
Preseau has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Preseau is the son of Eileen
Preseau of Keystone Heights.

"Nothing is more despicable
than respect based on fear."
Albert Camus


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auction Dec. 8


FHP

4-H Club to host checkpoint


Starke man
crashes truck
in Columbia
A 61-year-old Starke man
was transported to Shands
Gainesville after his pickup
truck crashed Nov. 20 in Lake
City.
Mark Boyd Adkins' injuries
were listed as serious,
according to Trooper B.
Ziegler. Adkins was not in the
hospital system as of press
time.
Adkins' 2002 Ford pickup
was westbound on. Baya
Avenue at 11 a.m. For
unknown reasons the truck left
the south edge of the road and
came to final rest in a deep
ditch, Trooper Ziegler said.


locations
for December
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during December
in Bradford and Union
counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment;
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
violate the driver's license
laws of Florida.
The patrol has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver's license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.
The checkpoints are as
follows:
Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and-
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
231 Bradford/Union line.
Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, SW 75th Ave. west
of Starke, C.R. 18 at C.R. 221,
C.R. 18 in Hampton, C.R. 225
east of Lawtey, C.R. 225 at
C.R. 229, S.R. 16 west of
Starke, 2Market Road north of
Starke, C.R. 18 west of
Hampton, S.R. 227.


"A half-truth is a whole lie."
Jewish Proverb
"Always forgive your enemies -
nothing annoys them so much."
Oscar Wilde


Damage was estimated at
$15,000. Charges are pending
in the crash, Trooper Ziegler
sdid.


Clay sets DUI
checkpoint
The Clay County sheriffs
traffic unit continues a
yearlong effort to enforce traffic'
laws and curb drunk driving.
A regularly .scheduled
driving under, the influence
(DUI) checkpoint is set for
Nov. 30.
From 8 p.m. until midnight
deputies will conduct a,
checkpoint in the 500 block of|
east S.R. 100 in Keystone
Heights.


Starke man
arrested for
leaving scene
A Starke man was arrested
Nov. 25 at 1:36 a.m. after
leaving the scene of several
crashes.
Bret Joseph Hines, 29, was
located after police received, a
report of a Chevrolet van
hitting a light pole at the'
Kangaroo, according to
Patrolman P.A. King. Hines'
vehicle had front end damage,
no head lights and both air
bags were deployed, Patrolman
King said.
Prior to the crash at
Kangaroo, deputies responded
to a report of a van striking
several vehicles at George's
Place. No one there wished to
file a complaint.
Hines was charged with
leaving the scene of an accident
with property damage, $5,000,
Patrolman King said.
A $3,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.

Sanderson
man DUI
in crash
A 57-year-old Sanderson
man received minor .injuries
when his 1999 Jeep overturned
Monday evening.
Thomas Bartley Kent was
travelling northbound on C.R.
231 north of C.R. 100A. As-
the Jeep approached a F-curve Ft
drifted off the roadway, the
driver lost control and the Jeep
overturned, according- to the
Florida Highway Patrol. Kent
received minor injuries in the
8:30 p.m. crash, but was not
transported from the scene.
Kent was charged Nov. 26
'with careless driving and
driving under the influence
when his blood-alcohol level
was .18 percent. He was taken
into custody.

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I n' Starke's 'Black Friday'

1 less rush, yet profitable
i BY ARNIE HARRIS
STelegraph Staff Writer
SAs is well known, the day
J "after Thanksgiving has come
to be known as "Black
Friday."
.. Many may believe that it
earned that foreboding name
because early Christmas
S_ shoppers will be facing a
Frances McKinney was joined by quite a few family members at her retirement frustrating ordeal as hordes
recognition. Pictured are: (front row, I-r): granddaughters Kaitlyn Harrison and descend on shopping malls
Addison Baggarly, (middle row, I-r) daughter-in-law Amy Harrison, grandson (baby) across the country. However,
Gabe Lindsey, daughter-in-law Terrie Harrison, Frances McKinney, daughter-in-law "Black Friday" originally
Julie McKinney, grandson Ethan McKinney, granddaughter Lindsey Harrison, referred to the fact that many
daughter Kristy Baggarly, son Bo Harrison, (back row, I-r) son Bill Harrison, family businesses see it as the day
friend Janelle Reese, grandson Dylan Harrison, son Mark McKinney and son-in-law they go from the red into the
Mark Baggarly. black.
Another popular
misconception is that it is the
Heaviest sales day of the year. I
Not true, according to the '
Longtime Shands Starke Web site Snopes.com, which
Lng tim e, o whwl Sk specializes in dispelling urban
ails legends: According to the site,
while "Black Friday" is the
radiologist retires dasthtrck
day that the most total people t-
go shopping, the days that rack
BY ARNIE HARRIS meal prayer, was praised by back then, she was it," said up more actual sales are those
Telegraph Staff Writer Baker as one who set the Baker. "Besides her regular two to five days before
"This is a day of celebration standard for not only her area hours she was on call 24/7-if C histmas.. .
tnsdis adn deas s atiedran off expertise, but for all who someone needed to be X- Nonethel the U.S.p
and sadness," said Shands of work in the broad spectrum of rayed, she was there anytime Department of Commerce
Starke Hospital Administrator health care at Shands. eight or day." reported that Nov. 23 saw a are "to ""-i g
Jeannie Baker. The occasion As patients gradually ales increase nationwide at an
on Nov.16, was the retirement "She was alwaysdAoptn average of8.6 percent.
increased from about three a v o p
luncheon party for Frances compassionate and highly pi frma ao ee In Starke, by contrast, where
McKinney, who was wrapping organized," Baker said. patients a day 31 years ago, to because of lower population
up 31 years as head of the "She demonstrated to all she the current daily average of 50, density one does not expect the
hospital's radiology touched that health care was Baker recalled how the large throng of shoppers one Nancy Lee and her children, Erica (left) and Eric, who
department her passion and among the department went from a staff would encounter in larger are from Starke, ventured out for some deals on the
As several dozen people, most worthwhile of all of one, namely McKinney, to cities like Gainesville or
including family, friends and professions," said Baker. its current number of 20 Jacksonville, several day after Thanksgiving.
co-workers gathered in the The administrator recalled employees, whom McKinney businesses reported an increase
hospital's atrium, Baker's when McKinney began her job oversaw. in customers of about three to At the Tractor Supply own gift shopping to do, said
-words were reflected in the in 1976 at what was then "Of course, as the years f o u r t i m e s Company, manager Lisa Gre-n she had driven to Wal-Mart at
smiles and tears that were Bradford' County Hospital, progressed, so did the Badcock Furniture owner and said that the business had' 6 a.m. to find that the parking
amply on display among those which once stood where technology in the form of manager, -Pam Summers, about three and one-half as lot was full.
gathered. Shands now is-located. digital radiology, ultrasound reported that by late morning many customers compared to "People were parking in the
McKinney, who fought back "As far' as the radiology the store was about three times a regular Friday.
sobs as she delivered the pre- department was concerned See RETIRE p. 5C busier than usual. Green, who had some of her See FRIDAY p. 5C


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Engine braking prohibited, but why?


The four signs near the Starke city
limits on U.S. 301 and S.R. 100
state "Engine Braking Prohibited,"
leaving most motorists
wondering just what
does it mean? After
all, what is "engine
braking," and what's
the objection to using
one's engine to slow a
vehicle? EN
Engine or BRA
compression braking
is used on diesel truck PROH
engines to slow a
vehicle in connection
with the standard
hydraulic brake that
slows or stops the wheels from turning.
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on--the- loud noise produced when
applied. The noise is often likened to
that of ajack-hammer or large mower,
irritating to many people.
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name) was developed in 1954 by
Clessie Cummings, founder of the
Cummings diesel engine, which is the
standard by which all diesel engines
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Pumpkin
Escape was a
success
Dear Editor:
In appreciation of your
continuous sponsorship and
support of the 2007 Great
Pumpkin Escape, we the
members of the Downtown
Business Commu-nity
Association say thank you!
The sponsors for the
Pumpkin Escape were Wal-'
Mart Supercenter, Davis
Express, DuPont and the City
of Starke.
Other contributors included
Harry Hatcher III and Hatcher
Catering, -Capital, City--Bank,;
Community State Bank, Craig
Falstreaux, Pat Welch and
Associates, Squad 45 from
New River Correctional
Institution, Sav-A-Lot, Ricky
and Chrissy Thompson,
Lonnie. Olive, Betty and
LaDon Warren, Scarlette's
Antiques, Albert and Debbie
Mize, Carl and Sara Bedford,
MiYong Fitzpatrick, Bradford
High School's Honor Society,
Key Club, student government
and the band, Western Auto,
One Stop Cleaners-C-Gart's"-
S. Signs, Carl and Sara Bedford,
My Pharmacy, Southern
Professional Title, Phyllis
Rosier, Sheffield Pest Control,
Jackson Building Supply, Phil
and Charlotte Cay, Reddish
and 'White CPA, Walgreens,
Ray and Nancy Norman, Teila
Pearson, Mercantile Bank,
Showcase Advertising,
Bradford Auto Parts and
Salvage, Ricky and Kimberly
Rinehart, Jimmy Alvarez,
Terry and Jennifer Vaughan,
Dollar General, Family Dollar,
Bob Milner, Gator II Farm
Supply, Tony Benetez, Ed and
Lesa Harkrfess, Tom Erickson,
Ed Conklin, Shirley Mobley,


to Jacob's Manufacturing Company
and the name of the braking system
became known as "Jake brakes."
Many municipalities
*post signs banning
Jake brakes, using
the vernacular readily
understood by truck
drivers.
Jake brakes are
GINE actuated by a switch,
KING thus the operation is
optional. Using the
IBITED brake saves wear
on brake linings
and drums without
damage to the internal
parts of the engine.
SThe Starke City Commission passed
the ordinance banning the use of Jake
brakes about two years ago at the,
request of Chief of Police Gordon
Smith. His petition to ban the use of
the brake was based on complaints by
residents living near major highways
passing through Starke who were
stressed by the loud noise.
Truck drivers are familiar with the
signs that have become commonplace
wherever they drive, making Starke
just another town. They do not see the
sign as harassment to the industry.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


Town and Country Ford,
Sonic, Domino's Pizza,
WhataBurger, Pizza Hut,
American Legion Post 56,
Bradford County Telegraph,
Virgil Berry, Florida Credit
Union, T.W. and Linda Tatum,
Coldwell Bankers with Smith
and Smith Realty, Chevrolet of
Starke, Smith Brothers Body
Shop, Teal tile and Carpet,
Bryan Ace Hardware,
Stevenson Construction,
Shandds,-Starke.; .Heilbron.
Springs Volunteer Fire
Department, VFW Ladies
Auxiliary Post 10082. Steel
Country Band. the families on


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many more.
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and we are thankful to each
and every one that made the
Great Pumpkin Escape a
success once again this year.
Please forgive us if you
contributed and are not listed
above, we are nonetheless very
thankful!
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Community Association
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responsibility
Dear Editor:
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we have as Americans is the
right to choose, via an election,
who our government leaders
are and will be, but with
privilege comes responsibility.
As we approach the election
year, each of us, as Americans,
have the responsibility of
becoming involved in the
election process. The first
thing we must do is register to
vote, if you are not already
registered. The second thing is
to research the candidates of
all offices up for election. And
the third thing we must do is
support the candidate that we
believe in.
You have heard people say,
"I'm not taking the time to
register to vote, or vote,
because my vote will not make
a difference anyway."
That is so untrue. _We all
a've -sen- elections that have
been decided by just a few
votes. Remember, this is your
community, your nation, and
your world. If you want to
enjoy the best quality of life
possible, then you need to
vote. Every vote counts!
An election should not be al
popularity contest. You should
not cast your vote for any
candidate based on the single
fact that he or she is popular or
that he or she knows how to
work a crowd, shake hands,
kiss babies, give glamorous
speeches, etc. All those things
are good but have no bearing
on how well the candidate will
serve in the position they are
seeking. A candidate should be
supported due to their
qualifications, their track
record (results, not hype), and
their ethical and moral beliefs.
Take a proactive approach to
your research of candidates.
Don't accept everything at face
value. Statistics can be
manipulated to say whatever
the manipulator wants. Fancy
titles may be nothing more
than that, fancy titles.
A candidate may say that he
or she is the CEO of a
company, which sounds
impressive But if you take a


closer look, that company may
only have a handful of
employees, a small budget and
limited success. This candidate
would not be as qualified as a
candidate who holds the title
of office manager of an office
with 50 employees and a
million-dollar budget, and
whose office was number one
in their corporation.
Also take a look at the
candidate's motives for seeking
office. Are they seeking office
for personal gain, power, or
monetary benefit? Or are they
seeking office because they
truly care about their
constituents, their
communities, and the issues at
hand?
A good way to determine a
candidate's true motives is to
take a look at their actions and
decisions prior to becoming a
candidate. It is our
responsibility as voters to dig
through all the political
rhetoric and red tape and pick
the candidate who will serve in
the position sought with sound
principles, strong leadership,
and outstanding results.
Once you have determined
who the best candidate is,
support them by whatever
means you have available,
whether that be monetarily,
through time and resources, or
vocally. I have heard people
say, "Well, I will support him


or her behind the scenes, but I
don't want others to know who
I am supporting." Well, it is
your. right to vote privately and
to keep your decisions to
yourself, but remember we
have men and women fighting
and dying everyday to defend
our way of life and the rights
and privileges we enjoy.
Shouldn't we as Americans at
least take a proactive approach
to picking our governmeUtal
officials? Just food for
thought!
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stopped." I believe that he
refers to a letter to the editor
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LETTERS
SCont. from page 2C
Sthe course of my lifetime there
has been a movement that has
progressively made our society
more secular in the day-to-day
life of our citizens. For
example, when I was growing
up, school opened every
morning with the students
saying the Lord's Prayer. We
have "progressed" to the point
where that is against the law.
That fact alone has infringed
on our freedom of religion and
our. freedom of speech. Mr.
Bransford suggests that it is ok
to pray as long as one does it
silently. How would you feel,
Mr. Bransford, if by a newly
designed progressive law you
could only voice your rather
minority opinion silently?
Another example is that in
several school districts in
California, they are no longer
saying the pledge to the flag
because of the fact that "under
God" is in that pledge. We
.have apparently "progressed"
to that point also.
The real problem is that
there have been too many
liberal interpretations of the
law in a country that was
founded based on religious
principles so deeply held that
our money carries'- the
statement "In God We Trust,"
plus many other similar
references to God in so many
public edifices in Washington.
I note with interest that.you
say the Constitution is a
secular document. If you
would also read the Preamble
to the Constitution, which is
the introduction to' the
document, you would find that
God and Creator are' both


words used to descrie why we
need a constitution in the first
place. Perhaps you should read
more thoroughly. That way
you might even accuse the
right person of writing the
letter that you disagree with.
You also insinuate that there
is no law against us openly
celebrating Christmas. We
may not, however, place a
creche on public property to
celebrate the reason for
Christmas, even though the
Congress of the United States
has named it as a national
holiday. Our society has
"progressed" to that point also.
It didn't used to be that way.
Mr. Bransford, you may
very well believe that the
Secular Progressive Movement
is the best thing that can
happen to this country. I will
defend your right to believe
that, but I don't think you're
correct.
You also state 'hat I, "like
most Christians, want to do
away with our secular
Constitution and secular laws
so Christians can do whatever
they like and to foist the
Christian religion on everyone
in the country." Please, Mr.
Bransford, I never said that! It
would be against everything
that I've ever stood for.
One should note, however,
that none" of the things that
have been banned can be
construed to be contrary to the
Constitution of the United
States. If the things mentioned
above were not banned it
would not indicate that the
Congress of the United States
was attempting to establish a
state religion and that is the
only thing that the Constitution
forbids with regard to religion.
Sincerely,
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Dear Editor:
Where would you be without
agriculture? Let's look at the
facts.
The agriculture (food, fiber,
and natural resources) industry
is the largest employer in the
United States, employing 20
percent of the entire workforce
in the nation.
Americans spend less than,
10 percent of their income on
food, the lowest percentage in
the world.
The annual per capital
consumption of Americans is:
204.5 pounds of milk, 196.8
pounds of flour, and cereal
products, 186.5 pounds of
fresh vegetables, 131.8 pounds
of fresh fruits, 115.6 pounds of
red meat, 65 pounds of
poultry, 65.3 pounds of fats
and oils, 28 pounds of cheese,
18.9 pounds of rice and 244
eggs.
America's farmers are
among the world's most
productive workforce. Today,
the U.S. farmer produces food
and fiber for 144 people.
Compare this to the 1940s
when each farmer produced
enough to feed 19 people.
So where would you be
without apricultura? The


farm families about where
their food and fiber comes
from and who grows it.
Union County, like most of
Florida, has deep roots in
agriculture. There are about
275 farms with 64,000 acres in
agricultural production here.
Total receipts from the sale
of crops and livestock in
Union County rose to $10
million in 2002, based upon a
report released by the Bureau
of Economic Analysis at the
Department of Commerce.
Neither the farm nor the city
can exist in isolation. Instead,
the interdependence of the two
creates jobs, products, markets
and relationships that make our
economy and nation strong.
Let's remember the vital
farm-city partnerships that
have done so much to improve
the quality of our lives. Rural
and urban communities,
working together, have made
the most of our rich
agricultural resources, and
have made significant
contributions to our health and
well-being and to the strength
of our nation's economy. For
this, we can give thanks.
Elery W. Griffis
President, UC Farm Bureau
Lake Butler


country. Perhaps the Dance
clan is not aware of the
Pitman-Robertson Act.
Basically this act, passed by
Congress in 1937, charges an
excise tax of 11 percent on
ammo and firearms for the
benefit of wildlife
conservation and restoration.
Later, archery was added and
taxed also.
iou can thank these
sportsman and women for a
rebound of many species of
wildlife. When I was a child
on my grandad's farm, it was
an occasion to see a whitetail
'deer and brought talk around
the supper table. Whitetail deer
are very abundant in that same
area and some are calling them
a nuisance.
Again, thanks only to the
sportsmen and the state game
commission is this possible.
The hunters and sportsmen and
women I've come to know are
the marrow of this country.
After all, God did give man
dominion over the fowl of the
air and the fish of the sea,
J.J. Moran
Hampton


Christmas
Child a


logical response: naked and >portsmen success
hungry. We have a lot to be h p f n Dear Editor:
thankful for in this country and help fun DearEdito2,137 precious
Farm-City Week was a natural wild f shoeboxes filled with small
.time to recognize the life toys, hygiene items, and school
contribution of our farm conservation supplies are on their long
families. col s i journey to India for needy
Farm-City Week, which we Dear Editor: boys and girls, ages 2-14,
observed Nov. 16-22, Regarding the letter in the through Operation Christmas
promotes an understanding of Nov. 8 editorial page, Child, a ministry / of
the interdependence of rural "Animals being killed for Samaritan's Purse.
and urban families. Currently, amusement disturbs us..." Why? Because generous:
less than two percent of our As far as being disturbed by members of the Lake Area
population is "on the farm." sportsmen and hunters with community responded with
This relatively small number photos of their game, I salute benevolence to this worldwide
of people provide us with our the' Telegraph for keeping in outreach project.
food and fiber needs. Farm- tradition with the freedoms Who? Eighteen returning
City programs educate non- we still hold onto in this great churches/civic groups, 15 new
churches/civic groups, and
................................................................. eight families participating on
their own.
As an official key volunteer
M for Operation Christmas Child,
I want to thank everybody who
Christmas Craft & Gift Show (BC Fairgrounds) had a part in this incredible
Friday Nov 30 (12-9) & Saturday Dec 1(9-5) ministry. Stores and
F iday restaurants in 'Keystone
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shoeboxes. Trinity Baptist
Church acted as the relay
center to collect the shoeboxes,
manned by 75 volunteers over
a period of six days. Johnny's
Barbecue promoted the
shoebox drop-off details, on
their well-known sign.
Friendship Bible Church
informed the community to
pray for the shoebox. ministry
during the Nation Moment of
Prayer on their church sign.
Bryan's Ace Hardware
provided a large box truck and
driver to help transport cartons
of shoeboxes to the Gainesville
collection center.
And, of course, individuals,
families, church groups, and
civic organizations packed
shoeboxes, packed some more
shoeboxes and packed even
more shoeboxes.
It was a community effort,
well-done by people of all ages
with hearts of compassion.
In closing, here's my favorite
story: Bryan's Ace Hardware's
box truck made an emergency
trip with exactly 1,600
shoeboxes in 94 cartons from
the Keystone Heights relay,
center to the Gainesville
collection center. The
Roadway trailer there had to
leave almost a week ahead of
schedule. These 1,600
shoeboxes in cartons joined
other shoeboxes in cartons to
fill up the Roadway trailer for
a total of 5,280. Are you
smarter than a fifth-grader?
How many feet are in a mile?
5,280. A shoebox is about one
foot long, so that means we
Sent one mile of shoeboxes off
to the Atlanta processing
center.
Isn't God incredible? Who
else could have put numbers
together like that? As Franklin
Graham, president of
Samaritan's Purse, has said,
"God's hand is upon this
ministry." What a privilege
that our Lake Area community
can play a part in Operation
Christmas Child!
Let's all remember to pray
'for the journey of our,
shoeboxes. Shall we have a
goal of 3,000 (or' more)
shoeboxes for 2008? It's never
too early to start packing your
2008 shoebox!
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KH coordinator,
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Cont. from page 3C

Pathway
committee
says 'thanks'
Dear Editor:
The Veterans Memorial
Pathway committee members
would like to take this
opportunity to thank everyone
who participated and attended
the third annual Veterans Day
ceremony at the Keystone
Heights Cemetery on Nov. 12.
Our local high school
entertained the crowd before
and during the program with
patriotic music, along with
their flag-bearing group. The
reading of the names of
veterans who had an engraved
brick bought for them during
phase six was, as usual, very
emotional, as was the
minute of silence for four of
our veterans who passed away
since the July 4th program.
Our flyover was exciting, as
usual, with the WWII-era L4J
aircraft coming around twice
and dipping its wings in
saluting and honoring our
veterans of all wars.
Our soloist, Gayle Plant,
sang "Wind Beneath my
Wings," during the flyover, a
very appropriate song for the
occasion.
See you all again on July 4,
2008, at 1 p.m. after the Our
Country Day parade
Joan Jones

Thanks to the
UC Times
Dear Editor:
I would'like to thank John
Miller and the reporters of the
Union County Times, the
VFW, and the American
Legion for the help in keeping
the honor of the American
veteran alive!
Remember, the nation that
forgets its defenders, will itself
be forgotten. Thanks again.
W.W. Busby
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Order of the Purple Heart


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who will also be graduating
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a bachelor's degree in
elementary education.
The groom-elect is a
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Community College. Both are
members of Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke.
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Thomas and Patsy Fortner of
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Tara Elaine Moseberth and
Christopher Robert
Chiccarello, would like to
announce their engagement
The bride-elect is a
registered nurse in the
pediatric ICU at UF and
Shands.
The groom-elect is finishing
his bachelor's degree at Saint
Leo University while working
for Suwannee Medical
Personnel as the Ocala branch
manager.
The couple resides in
Gainesville.
The wedding will take place
on Monday, May 5, 2008, in
Sorrento, Italy. A reception
will follow on Saturday, May
31, in Newberry.

Fourth annual
beauty
pageant held
in January
The forth annual Tiny Miss,
Little Miss, Petite Miss, and
Junior Miss Princess Pageant
will be held on Saturday, Jan.
5, at 6 p.m. in the Bradford
High School auditorium.
The pageant is open to girls
from 0-12 years old.
Contestants of both
competitions must reside in
Bradford County, Union
County or Keystone Heights.
Applications are available at
Capital City Bank, Norma's
Florist, Starke Academy of
Dance, Starke Elementary and
Southside Elementary.
Applications are due on
WVednesday, Dec. 12. Please
see application for additional
details.
For further questions, call
Angelia Crews, program
president, at (352) 235-2014.

Compassionate
Friends sets
ceremony
The Compassionate Friends,
a support group for parents
who have lost a child, will
hold a candlelighting
ceremony in memory of the
children on Sunday, Dec. 9,
beginning at 6 p.m. at
Keystone United Methodist
Church on S.R. 21.
The candlelighting will
begin at 7 p.m. and will be
shared by Compassionate
Friends around the'world.
For more information, call
(352)-475-1146.


Santa Fe Community
College and the Starke
Woman's Club have teamed
up again with the Florida
Academy of Etiquette and
Protocol to provide a class for
teens 13 to 18 years of age.
There are only 50 spaces
available for the three-day
class, which will take place
Feb. 15-17.
Everyone likes to be treated
with courtesy and respect.
Good manners and good fun
go hand-in-hand. Allow the
program presenters the
opportunity to teach your
young ladies and gentlemen
how to conduct themselves
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They will teach teens social
graces, dining etiquette and
business protocol. They will
help them enhance their
confidence in any situation,
giving them an edge both
socially and professionally.
Teens who acquire the skills
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greater potential to step
forward to meet their lifelong
goals. Those with proper
etiquette training are more
likely to carry themselves in
social and dining situations
with confidence. This class can
give them the tools in a
motivational environment that
builds self-esteem and the
desire to present oneself
properly in any setting.
Although hospitality is
valued worldwide, because of
our fast-paced lives, the
teaching of etiquette skills is
often neglected. Etiquette is
becoming a lost art.
However, polite individuals
are noticed. They stand out.
Their manners shine.
Here's the best news: Those
polished skills can be
mastered-with the proper


instruction-at any age. Robin
SSteele is the founder and the
executive director of the
Florida Academy of Etiquette
and Protocol. Steele inspires
others by teaching proper
manners and etiquette skills.
She is a professional etiquette
instructor who is certified
through the Academy of
Etiquette and Protocol in
Orlando. She has instructed
hundreds of children, teens and
adults. The curriculum that is
used by the academy is the
first of its kind to be offered in
North Florida and the
surrounding areas. These
successful etiquette curricula
are taught throughout the
United States and Canada.
Through quality instruction
and fun activities, Steele is'


reviving the art of Southeri
hospitality, which is becoming
extinct in our society.
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covered are as follows:
The 65 dining manners,
restaurant manners, greetings
and handshakes, conversation
skills, respectfulness, utensil
placement, showing
appreciation and being
thankful, showing respect for
others, party manners, guest
manners, navigating and
identifying the place setting,
responding to invitations,
church and theater etiquette,
proper tea manners, eating
difficult foods, the formal
meal, telephone manners, party
manners, business etiquette
and thank you notes
. Reserve your space. Call
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they please, they usually imitate
each other."
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Starke woman proves it's


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
When Consuelo Dodge of
Starke first went to college,
she was at an age where many
are trying to have as good a
time as possible, having
graduated from high school
and moved away from home.
When she returned to college,
she was at an age where many
people are thinking about
retirement.
"I got on Medicare and
graduated the same week,"
Dodge said.
Dodge is 65, but she did not
see that as an obstacle in
making a career change. The
lifelong secretary enrolled in
classes at Santa Fe Community
College, graduating from the


medical coder/biller program
and successfully taking the test
to become certified.
"I didn't see anything wrong
with going back to school,"
said Dodge, who is married to
David Dodge. "I had retired
from the state of Florida and
was just working kind of part-
time with my husband's
business."
It really wasn't that difficult
to assimilate into a classroom
setting after having not gone to
school since she attended the
University of Denver in the
early 1960s. She had worked
on the University of Florida
campus, so she was used to
being around students. Plus,
Dodge attended classes during
evenings, when she said most
of the students tend to be


Consuelo Dodge
older.
Still, there were times when
Dodge wondered what she had
gotten herself into. Times
when she asked herself if she
was too old to be doing what
she was doing.
She never thought about
quitting, however. Dodge
compared herself to a turtle in
that regard.
"I'm persistent," she said. "I
just keep going until I get what
I want. I've always been that
way."
With that in mind, Dodge's
study habits were a bit more
focused than they were during
her time at the University of
Denver. Sure, she graduated in
1965, but admitted she was a
wildd woman" who did a lot of
partying.


never too late to make a change


"When I originally went to
school, I was interested in
beer, boys and skiing," she
said. "I was a terrible student."
A young student's home
may be littered with beer cans
and pizza boxes, but Dodge's
home reflected how serious
this second go-around was for
her.
"Our dining room table was
just littered with papers, books,
pencils, notebooks and
reference books for three
years," she said. "My husband
was very accommodating."
Dodge said she earned all
A's in every semester but her
last at Santa Fe, when she
earned some B's and C's.
"The last semester almost
killed me. It really did," she
said. "It was extremely
difficult.".
Dodge kept doing what she
referred to her as "her turtle
thing," plowing on until she
successfully completed what
she started.
"I think I surprised a lot of
the teachers in that I kept
going," she said.
Most of Dodge's career was
spent working as a secretary in
the legal, medical and private
fields. She was tired of doing
that, however.
The medical field had
always held an appeal for her.
If she was younger, Dodge
said she would've -gone to
medical school to become a
doctor. That was not an option
at this point in her life, though,
so she found something that
seemed to be the perfect fit.
"I thought that coding was


right up my alley," Dodge
said.
Quitting work altogether and
becoming a full-time retiree
was never an option. Dodge
said she is just like her
husband-they are both
workers. David still keeps
busy at the age of 77.
"He doesn't really have any
hobbies," Dodge said of her
husband. "I think if he stops
appraising, he'd be dead in six
months."
David will take some time
away from work to accompany
his wife on a cruise in
December. Following that,
Dodge said she will begin
searching for a job in her new
career field. She would love to
be able to work at Shands
Starke, which would afford the
opportunity to become a bigger
part of the community. She has


lived in Starke for more than
25 years, but spent much of
that time driving back and
forth from Gainesville, where
she previously worked.
"I feel like I've missed out
on a lot of things," Dodge said.
"My husband's more involved
with Starke than I am because
I've been away. I want to start
getting more involved with my
hometown."
Wherever she ends up
working, it seems like a safe
bet that Dodge will give it her
all. She may be eligible for
Medicare, but that's not going
to stop her from doing what
she wants to in life, whether
it's starting a new career or
maybe even doing a stint in the
Peace Corps, which Dodge
said she has considered.
"I'm not ready to slow down
at all." she said.


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how McKinney, smiling while
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She said that she will devote
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"Above all," McKinney
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Angie Baker of Jacksonville,
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was in and out of the store in
less than an hour.
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my Christmas shopping done,"
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"It didn't turn out to be
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Wal-Mart's jewelry
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Keystone boys rebound


from loss, record 8-0 win


Grace
SDennison gets
t s ilin a strong,
swift kick for
Fthe Tornadoes
in a home
match against
district
opponent Santa
Fe on Nov. 27
in Starke. The
Tornadoes play
four more
home matches
rs this season.







radford girls record fIrst,


but still seek first win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Samantha Stocker gave the
Bradford girls' soccer team its
first goal of the season, but the
Tornadoes are still winless
after a 9-1 loss to District 3-4A
opponent Santa Fe on Nov. 27.
Santa Fe wasted little time in
scoring, getting a goal off of a
header in the first minute of
the match. However, Stocker,
the team's co-captain (Kaitlin
Davis is the captain), tied the
match with a goal in the sixth
minute.
Approximately one minute
later, the Raiders were back on
top for good. They scored
three goals inan approximate
five-minute span at one point
in the match, then repeated that
feat in the final five minutes,
which invoked the mercy rule
once the first half ended.
Bradford has had little
success since the inception of
the soccer program .in 2000.
The Tornadoes, though, have
not benefited from any kind of
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Uribe, who played soccer
professionally, realizes he has
a bit of an uphill climb, having
to spend a lot of his time just
instructing the players on the
basic skills of the sport.
However, because of those
younger players, he envisions
possibly having a good team in
three years if those players
stick with the sport.
Looking further down the


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support of the sc
community, Bradfc
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team" in 10 years.
What would hell
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he would love to see some
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established at the elementary
school level and would like to
be able to put on summer.
camps to get his own players
more playing time.
"They need to practice," he
said of the high school players.
See BHS p. 7C


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Senior striker Maurice
Godeau recorded a hat trick in
helping the Keystone Heights
boys' soccer team make its
home debut a successful one in
an 8-0 win over Palatka on
Nov. 26.
Godeau and Justin Hannah
each scored two goals in the
first t half to help send the
Indians (4-3 prior to Nov. 27)
into the half up 6-0. Godeau
capped the match nine minutes
into the second half with his
third goal of the night, which
enforced the mercy rule and
ended the match.
Keystone went up on the
visiting Panthers right, off the
bat when Ryan Miller took a
pass from Godeau and drilled
itipast the Palatka goalie for a
,1-0 lead in the first minute of
play. The duo of Hannah and
Austin Groves then hooked up
twice to put the Indians up 3-0.
Hannah scored both goals on
assists by Groves in the 16th
and 18th minutes.
Approximately one minute
after Hannah's second goal,
Godeau picked up his first,
taking advantage of a through
ball by Miller. Groves later
earned his third assist when his
corner kick was headed into
the back of the net by Godeau


in the 28'" minute for a 5-0
lead.
Winston Kicklighter put the
Indians up 6-0 when he
chipped in a shot over the
goalie for the final goal of the
first half.
The second half was more of
the same-dominating play by
Keystone. Miller earned his
second assist, which resulted
in a blast into the net by
Groves in the 46'h minute.
Godeau then ended the match
approximately three minutes
later.
Logan Middleton and Tim
Frysinger both played in goal
for Keystone, combining for
nine saves.
The Indians outshot Palatka
24-9.
Keystone played Middleburg
on Nov. 27 and will host;
District 5-3A opponent Pierson
Taylor- the team that defeated
the Indians for the district
championship last season-on
Friday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. The
Indians then have home
matches against Fort White on
Monday, Dec. 3, and St.


Francis on Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Both matches have 7 p.m.
starts.

Earlier result:
Crescent City 3 KH 2
Keystone rebounded from a
slow start, but gave up the only
goal of the second half in a 3-2
loss to district opponent
Crescent City on Nov. 20 in
Crescent City.
.The host Raiders scored
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Union boys
open with 35-
Spoint win
SIte Union Counly bohs'
basketball team got off to a
greal start against Branford on
- No. 20, inning 62-27 and
sending the team into the rest
Sof the season sith something
Sreall good to build on.
Frankie Caldisell led the
: \a. nilh 16 points and 12
rebounds, u while Clyde
SBerringer and Sampson
SJackson each scored 13 points.
Jackson also dished out si\
assists.
Union head coach Iee Clark
said he was looking for a big
_ game out of some of his
seniors and that the s hole
team needed to especially
focus on defense.
"This year's team pla)s as a
unit." he said. "The\ are ser\
-focused and play together." He
ent on to sav that the team.is
~WB 5 strorig"Wroffense "ihis
year, but better on defense than.
in \ears past.
The first quarter was gi\e
Sand take with Union's solid
defense being overshadowed
somewhat by missteps in its
offense. The second quarter
proved to be better and showed
that all the Tigers needed was
time to warm up. They used
S their speed to outmatch their
opponents on defense, which
held Branford to 20 points in
the first half, and allowed the
STigers to reach 34 points.
Union picked up its offense
in the third quarter and started
putting some points on the
board. Caldwell and Berringer
owned the paint in the third
quarter as both grabbed
numerous rebounds and scored
on layups The Tigers came
out of the quarter leading 53-
S24.
During the fourth quarter,
the Tigers didn't slow up, and
they continued to work their
game plan. They played more
aggressive on offense, which
paid off big y drawing
numerous fouls and resulting
in layups.
Clark was glad about the
win, but said there was a lot of
work to do. He is confident,
However, everything will come
together. He also said the team


is. still looking for one more
key player to step up and help
be a leader.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 9 11 .4 3-27
UCHS: 16 18 19 7-60
Union County Scoring (60):
Marcus Albritton 5, Berringer
13, Caldwell 16, Jackson 13,
Alvin Jernigan 6, Vinson
Wi~nns -7. 3-pointers:
Jackson 3. Free throws: 5-13.
Submitted by Trey Tucker, a
senior at Union County High
School.

Orange Park
hands KHHS
boys season-
opening loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
"Keytdone Heights trailed 15
just one after the first quarter,
the visiting Orange Park
Raiders opened a big lead in
the second quarter en route to
handing the Indians a 74-40
loss in a boys' basketball
matchup on Nov. 20.
Orange Park, a Class 6A
team that went 23-6 last year,
outscored the Indians 25-7 in.
the second quarter to go into
the locker room up 35-16.
Cameron YarlbroPgh led
Keystone with 12 points, while
Richie Rudd added nine
points. Rudd 'alRkhiad three
assists.
Matt Snowberger led the
team with seven rebounds.
It was the season-opener for
the Indians, who played
Trinity Catholic this past
Tuesday. Keystone-; hosts
District 6-3A opponent Union
County on Friday, Nov. 30,
then travels to play
Middleburg on Tuesday, Dec.
4. Both games are scheduled
for 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
OPHS: 10 25 20 19-74
KHHS: 9 7 12 12-40
Keystone Scoring (40):
Campbell 4, Crane 4, Robinson
1, Rudd 9, Rund 3,
Snowberger 3, Yarbrough 12.


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3-pointers: Rund. Free
throws: 15-30.

Keystone girls
drop third
straight to
larger school

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Three, players scored in
double figures, but the
Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team dropped its
third straight game after
opening the season with a win,
losing 66-53 to visiting
Ridgeview on Nov. 26.
The Indians (1-3) outscored
the Panthers 26-16 in the first
quarter, but Ridgeview was
able to whittle Keystone's lead
to one going into the half.
Heather Martin and Kim
Russell each scored a game-
high 16, pijsj9ry t he Indians,
a\ hi e Abby Knabb added I1.
All three of the Indians'
losses this season have come
against Class 4A schools:
Ridgeview, Bradford and
Nease.
Keystone opens District 6-
3A play this Friday, Nov. 30,
against Union County in Lake
Butler. On Monday, Dec. 3,
the Indians play another 4A
school--Clay-at home before
traveling to play district
opponent. Interlachen on
Tuesday, Dec. 4. All games are
scheduled for 7;30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
RHS: 16 20 10 20-66
KHHS: 26 11 8 8-53
Keystone Scoring (53):
Shannon Gray 2, Knabb 13,
Martin 16, Megan Poupard 6,
Russell 16. 3-pointers: Knabb.


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Trenton
hands UCHS
girls first loss
ir cLItr SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Trenton provided the Union
County girls' basketball team
with its first win this season,
but has now also provided the
Tigers with their first loss by
the score of 43-42 on Nov. 26
in Trenton.
The Tigers (4-1 prior to
Nov. 27)-opened the season by
defeating Trenton by 13
points. This time around,
Union went into the fourth
quarter up by one before being
outscored 14-11.
Sharmaine Couch led the
Tigers with 17 points, while
Amber Franzluebbers had 13.
Ashli Watkins chipped in eight
points.
Union played Countryside
Christian on Nov. 27 and will
open District 6-3A play by
hosting Keystone Heights on
Friday, Nov. 30, at 7:30 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 3, the
Tigers travel to Middleburg for
a 7:30 p.m. game. They then
travel to Live Oak to play
Suwannee on Tuesday, Dec. 4,
at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 4 14 11-42
THS: 10 6 13 14-43
Union County Scoring (42):
Couch 17, Franzluebbers 13,
Terissa Nutt 4, Watkins 8. 3-
pointers: Franzluebbers 2.
Free throws: 10-14.

Earlier result:

UC 64 Branford 20
Three players scored in
double figures and eight
combined to grab 51 rebounds
as the Tigers defeated
Branford 64-20 on Nov. 20 in
Lake Butler.
Union head coach Perry
Davis said it was an important
game as the Tigers prepare to
enter District 6-3A play this
Friday, Nov. 30, against
Keystone Heights.
"We were able to work in-a
lot of players," Davis said.
"That is important when you
play a long schedule and go
against teams like Keystone
and i reigning district
champion) Crescent City."
The Tigers limited Branford
to six points in each of the four


quarters except the third, when Union almost had three
they held the visitors to two players with double-digit
points. That enabled Union to rebounds. Couch and Huggins
carry a 60-14 lead into the each had 14, while
final period. Franzluebbers had nine.
"We work really hard on Franzluebbers was the leader
defense trying to limit the offensively with 18 points.
shots other teams get," Davis Watkins and Nutt had 15 and
said. "Terissa Nutt and 11 points, respectively.
Sharmaine Couch have been
great covering the outside shot, Score by Quarter
and Amber Franzluebbers and BHS: 6 6 2 6-20
Anbreyal Stewart are limiting UCHS: 13 22 25 4-64
the" inside shot with Ashli
Watkins keeping pressure on Union County Scoring (64):
the ball." Couch 7, Franzluebbers 18,
Davis added that Kelli Huggins 4, Jackson 2, Nutt 11,
Davis, Shaniece Huggins and Stewart 7, Watkins 15. '3-
Lareesa Jackson have also pointers: Couch, Watkins,
been outstanding on the Franzluebbers 2. Free throws:
defensive end. 4-6.

S on Thursday, Dec. 13, and
B HHamilton County on Monday,
Dec. 17. All matches are
Cot. from page 6C scheduled for 6 p.m. except
Fort White, which has a 5. p.m.
"They need to play." start.
Prior to playing Middleburg,
Uribe invites the community the Tornadoes have road
to go support the team. The matches against Interlachen on
Tornadoes have four more Monday, Dec. 3, Santa Fe on
home matches-all before the Tuesday, Dec. 4, and
Christmas break. Bradford Suwannee on Tuesday, Dec.
hosts district opponent 11. The Interlachen match is 5
Suwannee tonight, Nov. 29, p.m., while the Santa Fe and
Fort White on Friday, Nov. 30, Suwannee matches are at 6
district opponent Middleburg p.m.

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