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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007


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Note This!

Have you seen
any great
Christmas
decorations?
If you know of an\
spectacular yards in Union
County that are decorated
for Christmas, give us
directions on how to find
them and we'll share them
with our readers. Call the
Union County Times at
(386) 496-2261 or e-mail us
at uctimes@windstream net.
Christmas
parade
The Lake Butler
Christmas parade Santa gift
giveaway and fireworks
show is tomorrow night.
(Friday) Dec. 7. The parade
begins at 7 p.m. See inside
for the parade route and
other information.

Attention
parents:
If your child had their
picture taken with Santa or
Spongebob during the
celebrity bagging event at
Spires IGA last Saturdau.
you can now pick the
pictures up at the IUnion
County Public Library.
There is no charge for the
pictures.

Tiger Idol tonight
Tonight, Thursday, Dec.
6, Tiger Idol returns to the
UCHS auditorium featuring
the Christian/Gospel music
round. The show starts at
7:30 p.m. Admission is $5.


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uarepants looks like a fish out of water with local celebrity baggers Lynn Bishop, principal at LBES, UCHS teacher Mary
S assistant principal Carolyn Parrish, UCHS principal Alex Nelson and LBMS principal Russell Larramore. See inside for
Local celebrity baggers who volunteered to raise money for the BigRed Christmas Drive.


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Parent and child i l i
holiday craft ..
workshop
Bring your child for a fun
family craft activity making t -
fragrant soaps and bath salts.
The workshop will take
place on Saturday, Dec. 9,
from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. .The juvenile
in the Lake Butler Middle many other medium-securi
School cafeteria. These employees guards and put
crafts make excellent C takes
Christmas gifts. For more 'UCSB takes P
information, please contact
Patsy Fortner at (386) 496- to enhance e


Breakfast juvenile facilil
honoring BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
law enforcement Times StaffWriter
and EMS Males between the ages of
Personnel 12 and 19 are assigned to the
All Union County law Three Springs of Union
enforcement and emergency medium risk residential
medial services personnel program after being
are invited to a free breakfast adjudicated by the court. Their
at the Lake Butler Lodge sentences range from
No. 52, Free and Accepted anywhere between nine and 20
Masons, on Saturday, Dec. months. Only one local
8, from 7:30 a.m. ta.m. .m. juvenile has ever been sent to
the facility, all others are from
Notice from the throughout the state of Florida.
Located in Raiford, it is
Veterans Service operated by the Department of
Office Juvenile Justice. The facility
The office of the Union has a capacity of 24 residents
County Veterans Service and guards, administrators and
will be closed on educators work together to
Wednesday, Dec. 12. If you provide services for adolescent
have any questions, please males who have, for the first
call (386) 496-4248. time, been diagnosed with
paraphilia, conduct disorders,
hool oard t osPt traumatic stress disorders
School board to and adjustment disorders.
meet Dec. 11 Under the program's
The Union County director, Anthony Adams, the
School Board will meet on mission of the facility is the
Tuesday, Dec. 11 at 6 p.m. healing and restoration of
in the district office children and their families.
conference room. Their aim is to treat each child
Items to be discussed with love and compassion
include the approval of a regardless of their past.
contract between the board The facility's Web site states
and Three Springs, district that the boys are held
personnel job descriptions, accountable for their behavior,
APA school board policies and through treatment, are
and a UCHS band trip to made to understand the impact
Dallas, Tx. and hurt they have caused their
victims. '
Friendship Club Rhonda Harrell,
Christmas party management information
Chritm arty specialist for the Union County
The Union County School District, said her
Friendship Club will meet at favorite therapy used there is
the home Margie Kent on called the victim's chair.
Monday Dec. 10, at 11 a.m. "Victim's chair therapy is
for a Christmas party and where a specific empty chair
exchanging of gifts. remains with the juvenile 24


Make Christmas wishes come true


facility in Raiford is like
ty adult facilities in that it
blic access is restricted.

positivee action

lucation at

ty
hours a day, representing their I
victim and leaving them with i,
no choice but to think about
what they did and how it made
their victim feel," Harrell said.
The residents are involved in
community service programs,
such as car washes or making
care baskets for the needy in
order to give back to the
community for harm they have
done.
On the educational side,
Three Springs is a private,
accredited academic institution
staffed by certified teachers Shannon Bostick is alone
from Union County schools. (right).
All residents of the facility
attend classes while receiving In conjunction with the
life-skills and vocational
training. All special needs such Big Red Christmas Drive,
as counseling, speech and ESE the Times will continue
are provided to the juveniles. run a weekly feature on
The students receive reports families in the community
and the curriculum is the same who needs a little bit of
as is offered to other students
in Union County schools. The help this holiday season.
educational program is based
on grades 6-12 as opposed to BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
the age of the juvenile. Each is Times Staff Writer
given the opportunity to
receive a GED, take online The Bostick family moved
courses and, through a to Lake Butler in Sept. 2003.
cooperative agreement, receive Birdie Bostick, 53, is alone in
training from the Bradford- raising her two
Union Career Center. granddaughters, Bostick, who
Once a month, there is a is employed at Subway in
team department day where Lake Butler, does not receive
each boy's overall well-being any child support or
and progress is discussed by government assistance to help
administrators and teachers, her raise her two
Union County granddaughters who live with
Superintendent of Schools her.
Carlton Faulk said that he Sara, 9, attends the YMCA
believes the average person's after-school program for extra
help with her studies at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
See UCSB, p. 3A When she still lived with her
mother, Shannon, age 6, did
attend the YMCA after-school


in raising her granddaughters, Shannon (left) and Sara


program, but her mother fell
behind on the payments and is
no longer eligible to attend. "I
really want togo back to the
YMCA," Shannon said. "They
help me with my adding and
subtracting."
Bostick said the past due bill
amounts to $200 and she is
unable to afford to pay it so
her granddaughter can return
to the program.
Birdie and her
granddaughters are very
cheerful and happy together.
The girls recently enjoyed
putting up their Christmas tree
when Sara asked, "When will
we have presents under the
tree?"
Birdie said she hopes she
can provide Sara and Shannon
with a Christmas they deserve
perhaps in January when she
applies for her income tax
return. Shannon asked Santa to
bring her anything to do with
princesses, a Mr. Potato Head,
Baby Alive, Play-doh and a
Little Lovable creature.
Sara also asked Santa for a


Little Lovable creature, along
with some arts and crafts
supplies, an easel and moon
sand.
When Birdie was asked
what she wanted for
Christmas, with tears in her
eyes she responded, "Just take
care of my girls."
With a little push from
Santa's elf Mindy Goodwin, it
was found that Birdie is in
need of black stretch pants size
14 and black wide-width tennis
shoes size 8 for her job at
Subway. If you would like to
help make the Bostick family's
Christmas wishes come true,
please contact Goodwin at
(352) 494-3320 or by e-
mailing
bigredchristmasdrive@yahoo.c
om To learn more about the
Big Red Christmas Drive and
see photos of other families in
the community who have been
helped or who are in need of
assistance during
Christmastime, visit
www.freewebs com/bigredchri
stmasdrive/.


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community. IIJ11l III

Deadline 5 p.m. Monday before publication Ad deadline noon on Tuesday (386) 496-2261 6 8907 6386 2


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Newly appointed elections chief expects busy year at polls


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because the last time she heard
from Crist's office was when
she was called to schedule a
face-to-face interview that was
soon cancelled due to the
governor's busy schedule.
Next thing she knew, she had
been appointed to the job.
Osborne is originally from
Kentucky, but relocated to
Olustee in the early 80's when
her parents told her about
some land available near her
brother. "It wasn't so bad
when I would visit here, but
when I first settled here, i was
so unhappy," she said. "I was
weepy and depressed; I lost 30
pounds in no time." Things
began to get better for her
when she moved to Lake
Butler, where she lives today
with her husband of 22 years,
Robert Osborne.
Prior to her job in the
elections office, she worked at
the Lake Butler Apparel
Factory from 1984-1988 as the
shipping department


supervisor. She left that job in
March of 1988 for a job at
Lake Butler Hospital.
Knowing that job didn't turn
out to be what she wanted, a
neighbor told her about a job
available at the courthouse
elections office.
For many years now, she has
finished her workdays and
headed off to her part-time job
as a receptionist and clerk at
Pritchett Trucking from 5 7
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 8 a.m. to noon on
Saturday. "I have no intention
of giving up that job now that
I've been appointed as the
elections chief," Osborne said.
She admits the new position
may possible pose conflicts,
but with a .cross-that-bridge-
when-I-get-to-it attitude, she


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN list. The first computer was not
Times Staff Writer installed in the office until the
late 80's. Every memory of her
Debbie Osborne remembers more than 19 years with the
when she first got hired as a elections office included
clerk in the Union County Montpetit. "We did everything
elections office. In fact, she together," Osborne said. "We
remembers the exact date: June worked together, shopped
22, 1988. At that time, the together...she was my boss
elections office was housed in and my best friend." Osborne's
a tiny little space Inside the office is covered with pictures
courthouse. and other memories of her
"I remember what I was predecessor, who died of
wearing and I remember the cancer e while still in office. st
interview clearly," Osborne last week, Gov. Crist
said. appointed Osborne to fulfil the
Former elections supervisor remaining 15 months of her
Babs Montpetit asked her, "If I term. "It was always my goal
ever have opposition running to one day become the county
for my office, would you help elections supervisor, but not
me?" To which Osborne like this," she said.
answered, "Ma'am, not only On her way to attend a
would I help you, but my supervisor conference in
whole family would help you." Orlando, her first one without
Babs asked her when she Montpetit, si received the
could start. Montpetit, she received the
could start, call from the governor's office
Osborne was there during congratulating her on being
the time when the county appointed. Osborne was
office handtyped thevoter surprised, to say the least,


For five years now, Retha Ann Dickson has gone all out decorating her yard in
Lake Butler every Christmas. She gets help each year from her children, Patricia
Peraino, Tonya Southerland, Eric Dickson, Marcy Hawkins, Sandra Daniels and
Christopher Lariscy, who all grew up enjoying the Christmas decorations year
after year.

To see Dickson's Christmas decorations, take S.R. 121 and turn on C.R. 796. Go
around the curve past LaSteel to the stop sign and turn right. Follow to the first
stop and turn left. You can see the lights to the left.





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UCHS assistant done by her along
prinicpal Carolyn with LBMS principal
Parrish receives a Russell Larramore.
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Above: Union County HeThedrita e onation 1. ta eii'
forester Jay Tucker I PIick-up Is lee
joind in and helped orT h ln d W .P tak ':r,- all wte alrorgoocas
bag groceries for a .
good cause.


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Meet Santa at the
library
On Thursday, Dec. 6 at 10
a.m., Santa and Mrs. Claus
will make a stop at the Union
County Public Library. There
will be pictures with Santa,
food, games, music and
Christmas crafts.

VFW Fish Fry
VFW Post 10082 will host
a 'fish fry dinner sale on
,iIt r', t,. 7, from 5-7 p.m.
I i i..n. 'i i the dinner is $6
and includes grits, coleslaw
; rrrd ,i .h rispl CS Please call
i i n i -it i l6 j3263.

Ladies Auxiliary
bake and craft
sale Dec. 8
',, 111 it! ..r1 1 .n \'tdll ,.tale
on S.attrday, Dec, 8,.from 8
i.m, tno i prm. at the corner of
tsite roads 121 and 231.

Consolidated
Schools Christmas
banquet
I i t ,in ( i, iI.i; edNl Schools of
Urnione is'iinlvi formerly
known as (' ,n,1solidakccd High
s-t,.hiii will be hosting its
third annual Christmas
banquet on Saturday, Dec. 8,
beginning at 6 p.m. itn the
Lakeside Community Center
The L utiSi speaker will be
Bernard sWlliams, 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 pe 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)
". ( ,o1. o'r Alicia nMa\telilat
(352) 372-8668.

VFW Christmas
party
ThLake Butler VFW Post,
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.

UCHS Class of
'87 reunion Dec.
29
The Union County High
School Class of 1987 will hold
their 20 year class reunion on
Dec. 29.
The reunion will take place
from 6:30 8:30 p.m. in the
Seafood House at the loop. A
private room is reserved for
d:iis c'usujl dress-famili e\ent
'. iH'ch '-tilI include dinner and
visitation RSVP not required.'
If any questions, please call
Patty Pointer-Williams at
i 3 r 74 -11441, Chris Griffis-
S ,rherland at i9G4) 364-6111
, _L nn' Hoir-Stewart at (386)

Look for our coffee and hot
chocolate booth on Main Street
during the Christmas parade on
Friday night. Proceeds will go
towards funding the reunion.


Santa's post
office now set up
at Spire's IGA
Come in and select a
peciaith prepared letter and
envelope you can address to
situr cibld jnd mail in Santa's
spu-rir! mailbox. The letters
'.,:*! ie sent to Santa Claus,
ntd., where they will b
processed through the official
Santa Claus Post Office,
postmarked and sent to your
child within a few days. ,
Christmas after Christmas,
children all over the world
tai 'c ii t ritrng to Santa and
their letters have been
answered and mailed fromn :
Santa Claus, Ind., bringing
excitement and happiness to
little ones wherever they may
live.


Historical
Museum holiday
schedule
The Union County
historical Museum will he
closed for the holidays
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lor anyone interested in
bringing in a group tour
during this time. For more
information, or to make a
S .n. please call l 86i
496-2258.


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UCSB
Continued from p. 1A

perception of what a classroom
is like there is probably way
off.
"Students cannot be
distinguished from the average
child on the street," Faulk said.
He describes them as well-
mannered and controlled,
pretty much just as students
you would see in a typical
classroom in Union County.
Harrell added that, for the
most part, the boys in the
program realize they are
working on their last chance
before being sentenced to a
long-terut prison facility ,
By tlar, the Linionr County
School District is required to
educate any student in the
district.
Since its inception in 1993,
the educational needs of the
students have been contracted
.out by, the school district to
other vendors using the same
educational basis, books and
curriculum as used by the rest
of the district
As Faulk explained it, the
district has ,always been
responsible for the educational
jtdr-nof the facility. but opied to
contract the serT ice out ti a
company capable of
overseeing that the needs of
the students were met. The
facilitN employs an educational
coordinator and ti\o teachers
_for its students. -

The school calender for the
juvenile facility isa bit
different from the traditional
calender used in the district in,
that school is year-round and
the, tudents do not receive the
same day s off.
"A teacher there'may make
more than a teacher, say,:at the
high school, however, the
hours and days are much
longer." Faulk said.



Wednesday, Dec. 12
is early release day
from school.
The school Christmnas
holidays %ill begin on
Monday Dec. 24.
Students are to
return on Monday,;
Jan. 7.



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Newly. appointed
supervisor of elections,
Debbie Osborne would like
to remind all citizens of
Union County that
Thursday, Dec. 31 is the
%err last day to register to
vote in the Jan. 2008
Presidential Preference
Primary.
Registration is taking
place register at supervisor
of elections office located
inside the Union County
Courthouse. The office
hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m.,
Monday- Friday. *
Absentee ballots will be
sent out during the last week
of December. For more
information, please call
(386) 496-4253


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Upon successful completion of their individual program, each youth celebrates
by creating a picture statement on one of the building's concrete blocks to let
others know what he has learned and makes a commitment to a better way of life.
'he Eckerd mjr. up inis the "ne pro\idingc the education coach at LICHS, has spent
icmatonal and reidcntal there, re mcre still held more than 39 years in
ier o I' ihe nicl'it tfro "-m 'ccOuttable for the progress of education and has
93 tu 2002. -ruim 2002- tle tudclsni." Faulk said. endorsements and experience
05, a company called in the fields of ESE and
direction ran the facility and Faulk said he and others guidance counseling.
2005, it was taken overnby met numerous limes with the
ree Springs. former educational coordinator Fau sed tha Griffis
ithoi' rs recently teerminated. Faulk stated at Griffis
Harrell, as well as others in to -relned. the problems that omer position at CH ill
kiholn not be tilled, but instead.
district office, have were taking place. her duties will be delegated out
fined to follow theher duties ile delegated ou
catinued to follow the h tbecanme obvious that to other school administrators.
icational progress of Three Springs 'needed "She has really\ \orn so
dents assigned to the additiona asisLance with the man\ hats at the high school,
ility. Harrell said she. egan ducaon program and and we would never be able
notice significant problems educational progeam and and eis aoidne e be able
otice significant poblemsand turned to the dirict for help in tind anyone rho could replace
t were sur acting and providing educational needs, her in that capacity." Faulk
urfacing with the said.
icational aspect of the said
ility.
tlinty'. The current contract sith A transition phase i ill take

She brought "it to the Three Springs expires in place until July 1. 2008. hen
nation of Faulk who Dcumber of 2l.t.8 and the the Uion i ountr "School
cussed it with lacilit\'s teachers till Board trill take oer the
ninistration at the facility. continue to ha e their contracts educational requirements on
ny in the: district office# honored their o n.
nt out of their way to help Once the contract w ith
I as.;st to nle the program However, UCHS' Geraldine Three Springs expires ne\t
tcesstul. hoemer. Faulk Gritfis, has been re-assigned as December. the schll,-l board
d. the time had come for hint the interim educational trill permanenrln take over the
bring the issues i before th csordinaior pending school implementation of educational
ard. 'board appio\al. Griffis. i\ho needs at the facility, no longer
'Although we were not thu was working as a reading contracting it out to a n endor.


Presentation of
the timeline of
Jesus Christ
Anchor Christ Central
Ministries presents "Back to
Bethlehem," a free
presentation of the timeline
of.Christ. ,
Walk or drive through
beginning Friday, Dec. 14 -
Sunday, Dec. 16 from 7 to 9
p.m. each night.
The event will take place
on SW 71t Trail, located off
C.R. 231. Head south at the
red light on S.R. 121 and
C.R. 231 for three miles,
turn left on 71"1 Trail (across
from Chapman
Photography). Look for
billboard display sign at
turn.

Jazz and
Christmas band
performances
planned
The Union County High
School jazz band will give a
free. concert performance
sponsored by the 'Lake
Butler Rotary Club on.
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m.
at the First Christian Church
of Lake Butler. Everyone is
invited to attend.
On Thursday, Dec. 13, the
Lake Butler Middle School
honor band, under the
direction of Dirk Schmidt
and the Union County High
School band, under the
direction of Kelly Dorsey,
will hold a Christmas music
concert. The show begins at
7 p.m. in the UCHS
auditorium.


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acts same as brain injury
W d u i s. That's alarmmin to icvca,,3 Lu 1ictuate WiT-en
What do suerinjury and socet n .. Ppl don't proteins are damaged, brain
traumatic brain injury and ,seem'to Like club drugs as cells could die. In addition, as
using club drugs have In serious as drugs such as some proteins change under
common? University of 'heroin or cocaine.' the influence of
Florida researchers say both Working nith LIF methamphetamine, there also
may trilgetr similar chemical researchers Mark Gold, M.D., begin r.' cause inflammation in
chain reactionin the brain chief of the division oI the brain. rhich can be deadly.
leading to cell death, memory addiction medicine at Li l's Kobeiss\ said.
lo s and potential1 i McKnight Brain Institute and Khobei'ss and other
irrmet er-ihlam htin damsie. t ft t
ireerisible brain damage. o, ne of the country's leading researchers in Gold's lab are
A series of studies at UF experts on addiction medicine, using novel protein analysis
over the past five years has and Kenin Wang. Ph.D. methods to understand how
shown using the popular club director of the LIF Center for drug abuse alters the brain.
dtru Ecstasy, aso called Neuroproteomics and Looking specificalk at
DAt and other forms of Bioarkers. Research, proteins in the rat corte\. UF
methamphetamine lead to the obeiss compared what researchers discovered that
same type of brain changes, happened in the brains of rats about 12 percent of the
cell loss and protein given large doses of proteins in this region of the
fluctuations in the brain that I
ocfluctuations, in e brain haendure methamphetamine with what brain showed the same kinds
Ss a happened to thosethat had of changes after either
sharp blog to the head. suafeed a traumatic brain methamphetamine use or
according to findings a IF traumatic brain injury. There
researcher presented at a eIn are about t30000 proteins in
Society for Neuroscience brains such significant
conference held in San Diego The group's research has t r in so such a signiicant
this month. already\ sho\rn hot\ traumatic parallel indicates that a similar
"Liing tratehamlphetamine is brain in urn affects brain cells mechansm is at riork after
both traumatic brain injur and
like inflicting a traumatic brain in rats. Thev found similar mthram ta iitbu
injlur on yourself." said Firas damage in the rats exposed to Kobeiss i said
KobeissN, Ph.D.,' a methamphetamine. In the Kobeies said.
postdoctoral associate in the brain, club drugs set off a clubs and tke three tablets o i
College of Medicine chain of. e\enrs that iniures Ecstasi or speed." Knbeissi
department of psychiatry. "We brain cells. The drugs seem to
found that a lot of brain cells damage certain proteins in the
are being injured hb these brain. 0 which causes protein
See DRUGS, p. 5A





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A brief history of
the DJJ residential
youth facility in
Raiford
In the summer of 1993. the
Department of Ju\ enile Justice
informed the Unirn County
School District Ithes tere
building a ju enile correctional
facility in Raiftrrd The district
I as informed it would open in
just eight shot reeks and that
then raould be responsible for
the educational needs of the up
to 24 jiueniles sentenced to
the facility .
At the time, it was decided
the district did not hate the
know ledge or rime to
adequately meet the
educational needs of the
facilitN and opted toot source
the educational ser ices to the
same endor t hno t\as hired b\
the state to handle residential
services.
The facility is just like an
adult correctional facility, in
that it is a medium security
facility, complete with guards
and fencing. It is closed to
public access.
Each ju enile in the facility
has his o\tn cell and is
educated on site in one of two
classrooms.
In the beginning, it was a
level eight facility\ housing
around 201 aoung men ibho had
been sentenced 0to terms of 12
ito 18 months. The facility was
non-specific in offense.
At present, the facilit3 has
expanded and no%% houses 24
juveniles rho are in grades 6-
12, majni consisting of
adolescent % ictims-turned-
offenders of sexual abuse.
More often than not, these
juveniles are not in contact
\\ith their families, or have
been abused by a trusted
member of their iamil\.
Anyone orer the age of 25
\n ho is interested in
contributing ti enhnrcing the
life of a child can become a
\ olunteerr at the facility.


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Page 4A UNION COUNTY TIMES Dec. 6,2007


UCHS welcomes Serbian student


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN ,
Times Staff Writer 1 (r "
Djorje Milosevic
(pronounced George-a Mi-
low-sa-vech) has adjusted well
to life in Starke and Lake
Butler considering he comes
from a city with a population
of just over two million.
Milosevic, who celebrated
his 18'h birthday in the United
States this past September, is
here as a student from
Belgrade, Serbia, a country -
bordered by Hungary to the
north, Romania to the
- northeast, Bosnia and Croatia
to the west and Greece to the
south.
Milosevic first arrived in the
United States on Aug. 7 as an
exchange student with the
PAX program. The Glover family is (I-r) J
He spent four days in Janet Glover and Doug GlI
orientation along with about
500 other exchange students.
In all, only four of those Dawn Brown, PAX
students came to Florida. coordinator for the area, said
Milosevic signed up for the that the UCHS students are
exchange student program very accepting and wonderful
after hearing about it through a to the exchange students.
friendofa friend. "In the six years I've been
"I have always wanted to go doing this, the students placed
to New York. I couldn't wait in Lake Butler have never been
to see the Rockafeller Center," made fun of or picked on for
Milosevic said. He also saw being different. The kids at
the Statue of Liberty and the UCHS have gone out of their
World Trade Center site for way to make exchange
the first time. students feel accepted and
Milosevic resides with his comfortable while they are
host family, Doug and Janet visiting here," she said.
Glover, who recently moved On an average, the Union
from Lake Butler to Starke. County school district
Doug works as a technician welcomes five exchange
at Camp Blanding where he students each school year,
has also been with the National often from countries such as
Guard for the past 24 years and Germany and France, but this
Janet works for the Union year only Milosevic was
County Finance Department. placed in the district.
Their children, Kenzie Brown said she works on
Glover, a senior at Union placing students during,the
County High School, and Josh summer, but last summer she
Jones, a sophomore at the was experiencing some
same school, continue to medical problems which kept
attend school with tfeir friends her from bringing in as many
in Lake Butler, where students.
Milosevic is also enrolled. "I'm hoping that next year,
I'll again be able to place a full
compliment of students in
Plum Creek

provides
$15,000 in .-

grants to city, "a"'i

county
BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Recently, the Union Count3
Public Library applied for and
received a grant from the Plum it h
Creek Foundation for $10,000
to help build the county's nes
library.
"These funds will really help
a lot in making the dream of
the new library a reality," said
library director, Mary Brown.
Both Greg Driskell and Greg Pictured left to right is Plum
Galpin, Plum Creek managers, .Commissioner Wayne Smith
expressed their enthusiasm and Greg Galpin, senior land
about helping the community
by providing the grant funds to -*a.:. ie
assist with the building of the -
new public library. ', : '. s
Plum Creek also provided a '"
grant in the amount of $5,000 .
to the Lake Butler Volunteer '
Fire Department. i .ii
Last year, volunteer
firefighter Lindsey Kirkland
applied for a grant to provide J
the Lake Butler 'Fire
Department with new and
updated radio and V %
communication equipment.
Fire Chief Michael Banks
said that Kirkland, 'also a
teacher at Lake Butler Middle
School, actually wrote the
grant herself, which was
originally for $10,000.
"Although it is not the full Plum Creek Manager Greg Dr
amount we anticipated, Ms. check for $5,000 to Lindsey k
Kirkland did a nice job on the fire chief Mike Banks, city mi
grant application," Galpin said. Kirkland, Driskell, Todd Pow<
Banks stated that he hopes director of development and
the remaining $5,000 needed land asset manager at Plum I
will be provided by a matching
grant he will apply for.
Plum Creek is a Real Estate
Investment Trust whose
primary business is to grow,
harvest and sell timber. They
are one of the largest
timberland owners in the
United States, with more than
eight milliisn acres in 15 ltoes.
including Florida. Plum
Creek's timberlands are
managed by following
sustainable forestry practices
and have been independently
certified to the Sustainable


Forestr\ Inltiative-standard.
The Plum Creek Foundation Put the
is showing its support of the /
community by improving the
quality of life through these
grant projects. For more
information about Plum Creek, [/ /i
visit www.plumcreek.com.
MarI Broen S Ue ion Co ant
i'ulic Librarn Drector.
r',l; ,-r. d to this in PAINRELIEF
Mt., Bfi


osh Brown, Kenzie Brown, Djorje Milosevic of Serbia,
over.


Union County," Brown said.
Brown said she also places
exchange students in
Gainesville High School and
Sante Fe High School, but
believes the students who
come to Union County have a
better school experience.
"Duval County does not
even accept exchange students,
claiming cost constraints with
their budget along with the
feeling that their local students
do not benefit from the
program.
"I don't know how they can
say that. I understand
Milosevic is going to speak in
his world history class to other
students about his culture,
giving them the opportunity to
hear and ask questions first
hand of what his life is like
back home," Brown said.
Milosevic takes pride when
he speaks about the struggles
his country has gone through,
experiences of socialist and
communist regimes he, his
parents and grandparents have
lived through.
Milosevic describes his
native country as being close


to the size of Florida; a small,
but independent country whose
people have fought hard for
their freedom.
The country has gone
through seven name changes
and political parties before
finally dropping Yugoslavia
,amd forming the independent
republic nations of Serbia and
Montenegro in 2006.
So far, 22 Serbian leaders
have been convicted for
offenses such as genocide,
crimes against humanity,
sanctioning concentration
camps, tortures, rapes and
massacres of civilians. Another
48 have proceedings underway
and nine have died before their
trials. Two remain on the
world's most wanted list.
"Up until about seven'years
ago, things there were very
bad," Milosevic said. The
majority of the country is
Orthodox Christian and attend
churches that are open to them
24/7.
School in Serbia is very
different from school in the
United States.
"We go to school in


Ronny

Pinkston

announces

candidacy for
Sheriff
It is my privilege to
announce my candidacy for
sheriff of Union County.
As an experienced patrol
deputy with an education in
criminal justice, years of
military service and lifelong
ties to this community, I know
that change at the Union
County Sheriff's Office is
needed.
I have detailed how I will
make community, drug
enforcement, staffing levels
and training a priority at
www.unionsheriff.org/. Please
visit my Web site, or telephone
me at (352) 494-9075, for
complete details.
The people of Union County
are not votes to me. You are
my family and my friends and
I have had no greater privilege
than to serve you as a deputy
sheriff.
With these things in mind,
as sheriff, I will institute a
policy of community policing
and proactive law enforcement
that puts people first.
Proactive law. enforcement
and community policing work
together to actively prevent
crime, aggressively seek out
known criminals and criminal
activity then work with
citizens, victims, the state
attorney, as well as judges, to
vigorously prosecute these
criminals.


Further, I will apply the
same principles to running the
sheriffs office that I use in my


campaign. Specifically, I will
always be truthful, open, fair,
and honest. I will conduct my
campaign with the utmost:
integrity by telling you what:I
will do, how I will do it and:
how I will pay for it. I will not
engage in negative'
campaigning nor will I intrude
into the private lives of my
opponents.
Moreover, I believe that
people are fed up with
politicians that make promises
they don't keep, or who are...
completely inept at
representing their constituents.
The office of sheriff is no:.
place for dishonesty, prejudice,..
partisans, or incompetence,; .
therefore, I vow to always beh.
accountable to the people of.,
Union County.
Consequently, as sheriff, if
at any time, the people of,:,
Union County are dissatisfied .-
with my service, I will resign .--
my office if presented with a ....
petition containing the verifiedd
signatures of one-third of the
residents of Union County.
Lastly, I would like to thank
you for your support and the
opportunity to earn your vote.


alternating weekly shifts. In his hometoisn, there are
taking 12-13 subjects at one more than 30 high schools. A .
time," Milosevic said. college education is free to all
During one week, school citizens of Serbia, but
hours are from 8 a.m. to 1:30 universities throughout the
p.m. and during the next week,
the hours are from 2 p.m. to 7 country are very different than
p.m. in the United States.
Required subjects include "Colleges are set up like
math, language, English, learning centers with one
German, biology, chemistry, major in each university,"
physics, philosophy, history, Morkiesaid.
geography art, physical For example, if you want to
education and music. study to become an electrician
. "With high school math, we ;r a doctor. \ou hate to attend
donii't Like alebra one \car. the electrician uni\ersil\ or
geometry tile ne\t, and so on. medical uni\ersi'\ ohich is
We tae the same generalized often many hours from home." ~
math that includes the algebra He said that 95 percent of
and geometry elements, and it, the students who attend either
just advances to harder levels
each new school year,"
Milosevic said. See Djorje, p. 5A





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the nation, and said he enjoys SchnAl news
D JORJE being a surrogate big brother Schoolnews
Sto Josh. "I've never had a
Continued from p. 4A younger sibling to hang ioutDepar
with and look up to me," Dearly Departed'
:e ,ii ier.. I. or cri ca.l Milosevic said. at UCHS Dec. 14-
ii I.i'rli.i ue i Janet Glover said that her
ili I I 'iIt, 'ir [.T i' ,.rk lilter family first became interested 16
i %' i ,ir .cc-,' in hosting an exchange student The Union County High
"ll, l. lcs'" are because her own children had School Theatre Department is
rcgilldi I II lt" I1 but always become good friends proud to present the play,
i'tl'.,I like the medical degree with previous exchange "Dearly Departed," by David
si, ll arc not," Milosevic students in Union County. Bottrell and Jessie Jones.
said. In Serbia, health "Last year, Itsell was here Somewhere deep in the
11111.111n, i il i \sl n from Spain staying with a host backwoods of the Bible Belt,
t'i'ii o lkc lthe kind ot" i'im family in our neighborhood. Bud Turpin just dropped..
e:II' ItikC III Ilic r ItIIITel 'a tc My kids became really close dead at the kitchen.table as
'Ali't S'r iliciel ari no friends with him and he would his wife is reading him a
-.1 .-I ,ithlciieLc cim In often come over to our house letter from his sister.
l l 'rs. kid ti and visit. I just fell for him," Turpin is not exactly a
join a community team and she said. God-fearing man-even his
travel by bus for several hours Kenzie, especially rewarded wife isn't wasting a lot of
to practice and compete, by the friendship, encouraged tears grieving for the man
"When school lets out at 7 her mother to find out more he said should have the
p.m., that means practice starts about the exchange program. words "mean" and "surly"
around 9 p.m.," Milosevic The Glovers attend church carved on his tombstone.
said with PAX coordinator Brown, The rest of his, family, an
Helping to peak his interest who explained the program to earnest lot of hilariously
in traveling abroad was his them. detr 'i l,:rch r,i irs
opportunity to tour Europe, There were background 10 pull /rtslltr'lelir oD of
France and Paris while playing checks, interviews and their own problems long
for a community basketball reference requirements. The enough to get poor Bud in
team back home, a sport he has host family chooses the his coffin and into the
participated in for the past nine student, not the other way ground.
years. He has also joined the around like some people The show hits the stage at
UCHS varsity basketball team. believe, the school auditorium on
Teenagers in Serbia -do not "Milosevic could of ended Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14-
work during the school year, up in Alaska if a host family 15 at 7:30 p.m. and again on
their odd school hours do not there would have chosen him Sunday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m.
allow any time for work. Also, .first," Glover said. This comedy contains adult
you must be 18 years old in Student portfolios were situations and mild language,
order to drive, mailed to the Glovers who
What really got him most individually went through each
interested in the exchange one. Janet said she prayed and POL t
program was that his sister, prayed about it and when she POLL1
hIana, 23, shared her saw Milosevic's portfolio, she Continued from p. 2A
experience as a student in the knew he was the one. "The rest
United States after receiving a of the family each picked him,
itetar tsip t player tennis at too," she said. "It was meant to said, "I know who has been
Ithe tIlanicrdit of Wyoming. Janet admitted before she busy and working with the
She llter transferred to Eastern received the portfolios that she public."
Illinois University then ad visions of third world
returned home and worked for undernourished children she Eve whe the county is not
year. She is again enrolledat could take in to feed and in the midst of an election,
Eastern Illinois University on a nurture. After selecting there is plenty to be done at the
scholarship, to receive her Milosevic, she got a little office. Residents are constantly
MBA in economics. nervous. "I was wondering coming in to register to vote,
Milosevic stays in touch what we could possibly do for or make name and address
with his sister Illinois and this kid and what would he changes and change political
his -mother, Maja, and father, bring to our family?" parties," Osborne said. In
Aleksandar, as well as his Milosevic also received a between, there's financial
grandparents by telephone, e- packet about the Glovers after disclosures for everyone
mail and computer video they chose him. In the packet, running for office, including
camera. he saw pictures of the family, those running for state offices.
This school year, 13 PAX their home, and read about -Even public offices such as the
students from Serbia were theireveryday lifebeforethey housing authority and city,.
placed in the United States, began communicating wit county and certa school
gunnl esa emmunicetia Ungn county end certain
His sister is coming in from district employees must fill out
same high school. The five Illinois and his mother ill a Form I and provide financial
keep in touch-two i n also here for a visit just disclosures on an annual basis.
Michigan, one in California, afterChristmas. Those records must be
one in Indiana and Milosevic "He asked me to keep the maintained and kept on file as
in Florida-via the popular decorations up so his mom cart public records. She also spends
internet Web site, see them t hen she getl here." a good deal of her time
mn rice.com and b\ using GIlo\cr said. keeping breast;t of arn chlnte<
nili'ne 'esietr'prt"oams .... EecauBe rliri Sietb follios the' in the lair. such as one that
llose, ic said lhar one da\. Julian calendar, Chris i.is is beco.me. cltectie JIn I,
he was on the phone with his not celebrated there until Jan. 2008. As of that date, residents
sister and playing a video 7, while the New Year is can begin pre-registering to
game with Josh at the same celebrated on Jan. 13. vote at the age of 16.
time. Glover said the foods
He was speaking in Slovic Milosevic enjoyed in Serbia Serbia-with him, he said, "Mly
(his native language) to Ivana, are similar to those in the host family."
then changing to English to United States, although they Anyone interested in
talk 't1 Josh about die game, do not eat a lot of beef. knowing more about how to
their back to iSlo ic. and so on. "There is a myth overseas
"' started to get really that Americans eat out every ,, 3 ,,
confused." lie said with a single day, so to have the 1191f
laugh. family eat meals together at Sell
Other than video games, the the table surprised him at Selling 40+homes
common interests among first," Glover said.
Serbian kids his age and On his first real camping trip
American kids is music. here at Kingsley Lake,
Miaosevic said that popular Milosevic became very excited
bands such as the Red Hot after catching his firstfish.
Chili Peppers, Rhianna and the "He was screaming in half
Roibing Stones have recently Slovic and half Euglish,"
toned in Serbia. Alsoe popular Clover said. She added that he
erhad never mowed a yard
in his country is turbo-folk, a before and they were reinui
sort- of urbanized folk music than happy to let him try out alItFRE30737. E d C?. .WILLIAMS BROKER
adding influences from rock the riding lawn mower.
and roll, soul, house and UK Whfen Milosevic was asked
garage music. Pop music is what the one thing he'd like to
also popular there as well as take from Lake Butler back to
brass bands and rhythm and I Unio C a
blues music. ,,r ,
Milosevic waes introduced to '
country music shortly after. .
arriviunghere. a FILOID, i
'It's definitely different," he ILD" 47L1I + +La a
said. "I think some of it is.
te quickly connected with S500 1000 paid for Florida County
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television shows are shown
withlsubtitles which Milosevic
said! helps them learn the
English language.
He has gone to St
Augustine to swim in the
ocean, but was a little


current carried him down the o thel-n
beaeh. "I really love the water
it (-'amp Blandling." Milosevic
'aid:
With the education he has
received, he was already fluent
a English, so language
carriers have not been a
r._hl,,:nt. Mat in," slrai ht As T
i ii hri nine 'reek. at iiCHS,
the school work extremely Syte R.
.ll:.,l altlh,,ugh he Joees still
j,. ,:.l1ud\ and complete his
A for his host family, he
are just great He
ragged on enzic being a
.wr.. rr of the poultry team mv/
,ih csameinn fourth l!ace in


DRUGS
Continued from p. 3A

said. "That may be a toxic
dose for them. Toxic effects
can be seen for
methamphetamine, Ecstasy
and traumatic injury in
different areas of the brain."
About 1.3 million people
over the age of 12 reported
using methamphetamine in the
previous month, according to
the 2006 National Survey on
Drug Use and Health. In 2004,
more than 12 million
Americans reported having
tried the drug, the survey's
findings show.
People often think the
effects of drugs of abuse wear
off'in the body the same way
common medications do, but

that may not be the case, Gold
said.


"These data and the
previous four years of data
suggest some drugs, especially
methamphetamine, cause
changes that are not readily
reversible," Gold said. "Future
research is necessary for us to
determine when or if
methamphetamine-related
brain changes reverse
themselves."
Gold and Dennis Steindler,
Ph.D., director of UF's
McKnight Brain Institute and
an expert on stem cells, are
planning studies to find out if
stem cells can be applied to
repair drug-related brain
damage.
UF researchers are also
trying to uncover all the
various ways drugs damage
and kill brain cells. During
their protein analysis,
researchers discovered that
oxidation was damaging some
proteins, throwing the
molecules chbnically off
balance.


Voter information
to remember:

/ Monday, Dec. 31 is the REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS FOR
final day to register to GENERAL CONTRACTOR
vote in the Jan. 29, 2008 SERVICES FOR
presidential preference UNION COUNTY DISTRICT
prinmary.election. SCHOOL BOARD
/ Early voting for the Union County District
Schools is requesting written
election begins two weeks qualifications from qualified
im n theolo Ja an29 q retfnus s s
prir to the Jan. 29 .General Contractors to provide
election date. Registered Professional Construction Services
voters can cast their for the construction of a Classroom
ballots at her office Building to be located at Lake
S butler Middle School in Lake
beginning Jan. 14. utler, Florida.
" Republican and 'The project will consist of 6
democratic poll watchers Classrooms, Teacher Offices,
for the early voting can Restrooms, and Storage.
til I. It is the School Board's
apply up until'Dec. 31. intention to prequalify selective
S"Jan. 9, 2008 is the last day General Contractors to hard bid the
to appoint poll workers, classroom project.
0 Jan. 29, 2008 is the final III. PROPOSAL
day to approve poll INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL
watchers for the primary INFORMATION:
Proposal Submissions:
election. Submit six (6) copies of a written
Osborne said she plans to response to request for
qualifications no later than 1:00
run for supervisor of elections PM on December 27, 2007to:
next year and hopes to remain Clemons, Rutherford & Associates
in office with her assistant and Inc.
part-time deputy clerk of 13 2027ThomasvilleRd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
years, Linda Gibson. She Reservations: Union County
expects 2008 to be a very busy District School Board reserves the
year for her office. "For right to reject any and all
whatever reason, there is' a rs fr o'ses and t olerwlse waive
any leininlcalles or ineormallnes
higher percentage of voter lriod ho Selecton Responses
turnout when an election for will be reviewed and a shown list ol
sheriff is on the ballot," selected Didders wll de made by a
Osborne said. Se.lecitn Commiitee and
Shehasa step-daughter, reommened to ne Union County
She has a stepdaughter, Dlt School Boar on the basis
Angie Oisborne. 29. .n lShane ol qualllcaiions Upon acceptance
)(shorne. 2S. and d.-lghter ol the recommenoaiion by the
Dana Osboh.c 21i, who is in .'h'l Bonard Inne selecl.d bidders
wiii brioented. uhion County
the army in Gernmany She is Dsilrct School Board reserves the
also the proud grandmother of rigr 10T request interviews prior to
Kayla, age 9, and Brooke, who t inal selection
is eight months old. Please respond ys includng bul
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"When proteins are oxidized
they are not functional,"
Kobeissy. said. "When proteins
are not working, the cell
cannot function."
: Neurologist Jean Lud Cadet,
M.D., chief of the molecular
neuropsychiatry branch of. the
National. Institute on Drug
Abuse, said analyzing proteins
is important to understanding
how drugs such as
methamphetamine affect the
brain.
"I think saying the results of
methamphetamine abuse are
comparable to the results of, a
traumatic brain injury is a new
idea," Cadet said. "I agree with
(the findings). Our own work
shows that methamphetamine
is pretty toxic to the brains of
animals. In humans, imaging
studies of patients who use
methamphetamine chronically
show abnormalities in the
brain.
Submitted by April Frawley.
Birdwell of the University of
Florida, Gainesville
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name of bonding company.
4) Insurance carrier arid
applicable coverage. n
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 time 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) Experience and
knowledge of local subcontractor
market.
t13) List the top five (5)
school projects completed in the
last five (5) years.
14) Experience with using
Inmate Labor during the
construction process.
Notle Proposers are urged not
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may be disqualfed from suDrniting
on this project
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Health Fair draw large crowd
Over 200 people attended
the sixth annual Lake Butler
Hospital Health Fa ir where
they enjoyed free prizes, food

enti osre I', tli e.
a liset fair attendees
received massages, Rejuvena
facials and BioMat treatments
as well as a number of health
screenings and exams, while
kids had the opportunity to
play games, jump in the
bounce house and had their
faces painted. :2 .a

included event sponsor Lake
Butler Hospital/Hand Surgery
Center, Lake Butler Family
and Pediatric Clinic, Ramadan
Hand Institute, Willow's Caf6,
Amedisys Home Health '1
Services, A Touch of Heaven
Massage, Union County
Health Department, Heartland
Rehabilitation, Suwannee
River AHEC, Center for
Osteoporosis, Suwannee River
Economic Council, Dr.
Sapienza, Meridian, Shannon
Macciloi's BioMat Company,
Healthy Families, Lincare.
--Church of Jesus Chrit iof
Latter Day Saints Famil
Emergency Preparedness
Team, TO, ops Cooperairt-
Extension Office, honaVie.
RMC K-9 Unit, Cit. of Lake
Butler Fire Department and
Union County Emer.genit
Services. F
"We wanted p,., to tide I
screenings and acfi\tille that .
would be beneficial and fun
for everyone III the
community," said en.I .f.er
Thomas, hospital public -
relations director. "'We ie ere ..'" ,,
able to accomplish thi, thalniks
to th, e assorltent of health fair -
vendors and activities we
provided for the kids."
Over 20 door prizes, ranging Y-, ..5 ...
from a cookbook and $10 Wal- ;
mart gift card to a youth bike
and George Foreman Outdoor
Grill, were given away
throughout the event. Sandra
Wade was the grand prize
winner of a 19-inch flat panel
TV.
Thomas would like to
extend a special thank you to .-
Lake Butler Hospital ..2 -
employees, participating
organizations, First Baptist
Church, Mindy Goodwin,
SREC, Union County Public I'
Library and the City of Lake '". .
Butler for making the event ,t
successful.I


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Far left: Holly Tucker
and Macy Fulgham are
treated to a few neat
tricks by the Magic Man.

Upper left: Jennifer
Allee and Ryan Lowrey
of Union County
Emergency Medical
Services were on hand
to give out information
pertaining to health
issues.

Bottom left: Tori
Furukawa tested her
flexibility with
equipment brought in
by Heartland
Rehabilitation Services.

Bottom: Barbara Laub
and many others
enjoyed a
complimentary massage
from Cathy Williams of
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Massage.










Section B: Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007



Reg onal News

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



1 dies, several injured in recent traffic crashes
Multiple traffic accidents in the crash, Sgt. Gourley said. who was not injured in the escaped injury when his. patrol Middleburg was attempting to Caprice travelled onto the
during tihe psnt iCeek resulted in Adler's 1999 GMC SUV crash, was placed under arrest car overturned Nov. 30 at 10:26 overtake a vehicle to initiate shoulder before crossing the
tie dc.h titia Giahiam man. struck the rear of Camiel's and taken to the Columbia p.m. on S.R. 21 south of traffic stop when the patrol car northbound lane and back t6othe
ckl l .ton Gibson, 74. w'as Honda causing the Honda to County Jail. Keystone Heights in Bradford began to rotate counter east shoulder before overturning
dead at the scene Sunday cross the median and collide County. clockwise, FHP Sgt. Gonzalez onto the left side, Sgt.
afternoon when his 1982 Honda with Griffis' pickup. Adler, A Clay County deputy Jack L. Bledsoe, 28, of said. The 2007 Chevrolet Gonzalez said.
motorcycle was struck on U.S.
til. ,according to Florida
Higha.. Patrol Cpl. D.R.
Baiinet. Gibson w'as
northbound at 4:20 p.m.,
attempting a lef turn onto
C.R. 227 into the path of a a
souithbound Che role.
Gibson sas ejected from the IA
iiotoircclc upon impact. Cpl. i K
Ceclia .teanine G.-. 46, of
Starke. driver of the 2005
Cherolet, wasn not injured in
the crash. Total damages in the
Dec 2 crash were $11,200.
Gibsotn was not wearing a
heIlmuta. Alcohol usage, if any,
n pending the toxicology
report. Cpl. Bazinet said.
Richard I. Mtillard. 53, of
H.iamptoin remains in serious
miOiii itiri .i 4:50 p.m.
crash Dec. on U.S. v 301 p east
,f C R. 225. accordingg to FHP
Cpl. RodneN W. Howard.
..illaird. dri ing a 1970 0 oi
ChcroWlet. \as easitound on
C.R 225. A 1990 Honda,
ci n b;ii T..lSa Szabo, 31. of .. .L.,
Tampa. was southbound on
U.S 31. Millard's vehicle A i
,.as struck by the Honda when Warranty Service Available
e \iolatedl the rieht-oft- iay -yl,
attempting to cross the.[11
southboundd lanes, Cpl. Howard III
arid. ejected onto the '95 OLDS ROYALE S '01 KIA RIO '99 KIA SPORTAGE '00 FORD FOCUS WAGON
oaed median. He was not _"
hearingg a seat belt, Cpl. "
Ho sard said. Millard Uat4P
airtlited to Shands Uni.rsern x1 ayCE
in Gaines ilie b) Shands Cair.
Szabo received minor t
injuries but wass not
transponed. Cpl. Howard said.
Total damages were $6,000.
Three Lake Butler people 5,995 495 6,995 7495
received injuries when their ShE 31 9
pickup xas struck on U.S. 4-41 STi tS 14 9 ;,,,, 95 #4"
Dec. I at 6:30 p.m. in
Columbia Countv. EL
George R. Griifis, 57. Cathy
Griffis. 50, and Katherine 8'9 CHEVY BLAZER LS 2-dr '00 DODGE GR. CARAVAN '97 JEEP CHEROKEE '99 CHEVY MONTE CARLO
Touchton. 81, sere transported .
to Shands University in
Gainest ille in critical
condition, according to FHP
Sgt. John Gourley. George was
later released fom the hospital.
Hns isite Cathy was in good
condition and Touchton sias in
fair condition as of press time.
The apparent cause of the
crash, a 8I-year-old Lake City 0
teen. sras charged with driving 9955995495
manslaughter tio counts after a 6 5 ,T.#1 L0 i7,9.. ~ 5
Lake Cit) man and his
randson from Jackson ille died L
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I BIRTHS I


Barbara Forbes and
Emmett Maxie Norton Jr.

Forbes and
Norton are
Ann ~darl


SI lcu Karen Velazquez and
Pauline Tanner of Waycross Thomas Bradford
ounces the engagement of
r daughter, Barbara Jean Ve
rbes of Starke, to Emmett Velaz uez-
ixie Norton Jr., the son of
na Norton of Kingsley Bradford to
ke.
'he wedding will take wed
ce on Saturday, Dec. 8, Nancy Babilonia and Pablo
07, at 5 p.m at Camp Diaz announce the upcoming
stone Salvation Army marriage of their daughter,
apel. A reception will Karen E. Velazquez, to
low at the same location Thomas C. Bradford, son of
Timothy Bradford and the late
S -. Carol Bradford.
The bride-elect graduated
from Gainesville High School
and the University of Florida.
She is employed by
Nationwide Insurance
N Company and is a member of
Saint Augustine, Catholic
Church.
The groom-elect graduated
from Bradford High School
and the University of Florida.
He is employed by Nationwide
Insurance Company and is a
member of Saint Augustine
dactle Olin Catholic Church.
and Steve Fautt The wedding will take place
on Saturday, May 27, 2008, at
Saint Augustine Catholic
in and Fautt Church in Gainesville


KUMC opens
its thrift shop
The, Keystone United
Methodist Church will open its
thrift shop on Friday, Dec. 7,
and Saturday, Dec. 8, from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. and Wednesday,
Dec. 12, and 19, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
For more information, call
(352) 475-9771.


-to wed in Jan.
Bobbie Olin of Raiford
announces the engagement and
approaching wedding of her
daughter, Jackie Olin, to Steve
Fautt.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Bobbie Olin and
the late Robert Olin. The
groom-elect is the son of the
late Crodell Fautt and the late
Anna Lora Green-Lewis, both
formerly of Raiford.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School.
She works at the pharmacy at
Union Correctional Institution
and is a member of Johnsio\ n
Nissionarc Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Baker Count)
High School. He 'works at
Florida State Prison and is also
a 'member of Johnstown
Missionary Baptist Church.
The wedding will be held on
Saturday, Jan. 5, 2008, at 3'
p.m. at Johnstown Missionary
Baptist Church of Lake Butler.
A reception will follow. All
family and friends are invited
to attend.


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Kayla Conner
and Jesse Alvarez

Conner and
Alvarez
engaged
Randy and Priscilla Conner
of Brooker announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Kayla Conner, to Jesse
Alvarez, the son of Greg and
Kris Alvarez.
The bride-elect is employed
at GatorForce Technologies of
Lake Butler. The groom-elect
is employed at GRU.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, June 14, 2008, at the
First Baptist Church in Lake
Butler. Further details will be
announced at a later date.

Annual Santa
breakfast at
Hampton
Elementary
Hampton Elementary
School's annual Santa
breakfast will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 8, in the school
cafeteria from 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Breakfast items will be
pancakes, sausage, juice or
coffee. The cost of the breakfast
will be $4 per person for adults
and $3 for each child 10 and
under.
Pictures with Santa will be
available for $2 each. The
Santa Shop will be open so
children can purchase presents.
There will be prize drawing
tickets for $1 and prizes are
gift baskets, gold jewelry, fish
fryer and much more. You
don't have to be present to
win.
For further information, call
Wendy Trinckes at (352) 231-
0405.


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Kallie and
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Paul and Paula Yowell of
Lawtey announce the birth of
their twin daughters, Kallie
Gayle and Keegan Grace
Yowell on Sept.28, 82007.
Kallie weighed 2 pounds, 10
ounces and measured 15 inches
in length, and Keegan weighed
2 pounds, 8 ounces and
measured 13 3/4 inches in
length.
Kallie and Keegan join three
brothers, Tyler, Carson and
Braxton.
Maternal grandparents are
David and Mary Sellers of
Lawtey.
Paternal grandparents are the
late Edward and Gayle Yowell
of Ray City, Ga.

BIRTHS







Carsyn Dukes

Carsyn Dukes
Bret and Tricia Dukes of
Lake Butler announce the birth
of their daughter, Carsyn Marie
Dukes, on Oct. 30, 2007, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center.
Carsyn weighed 6 pounds, 15
ounces and measured 20 inches
in length.
Carsyn joins two brothers,
Caleb and Gavin Dukes.
Maternal grandparents are
Thomas and Patsy Fortner of
Lake Butler.
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Paternal grandparents are,
Ray and Lisa Dukes of.
Middleburg and Judy and
Roger Haller of Jacksonville.
Maternal great-grandparents.
are J.W. and Ann Holmes-'of
Lake Butler and-'the late
George and Ida Mae Fortner.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Randall and Francis Pike of
Virginia Beach, Va., and the
late Donald and Marie Dukes.

BIRTHS I


Layla Bradley

Layla Bradley
Michael and Sherry Bradley
announce the birth of their
daughter, Layla Kristine
Bradley, on Nov. 7, 2007.
Layla weighed 4 -pounds,
14.5 ounces and measured 18
inches in length.
Layla joins siblings Michaela.
Bradley, Coleby Lee Hunter and
Logan Harrison Hunter.
Maternal grandparents are
Joanne and Glenn Walters of
Lawtey.
Paternal grandparents are,
Ann and Lucian Bradley of
Hampton.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Loriene and H.B. Kay Jr. of


Jacksonville.
Paternal great-grandparents i
are Virginia Bradley of
Hampton. Lillian Dalrymple of
Keysione Heights and Lucian P..
Bradley Sr. ofStarke.

BIRTHS'

Noah Johns
Andy and Traci Johns of
Jackson\ ile announce the binh
of their son, Noah Thomas
Johns, on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
2007, at Shands Jacksonville..
Noah weighed 6 pounds. 15
ounces and measured 19 1/2
inches in length;
Maternal grandparents are
Tommy and Gail Thomas of
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are Al.
and Joyce Fullmore of
McIntosh and Lex and Sandi:'
Johns of Macclenny.


Place mat
may belong to
local family
A historical society in
Columbia County has found a '
hand-decorated placemat from
1911 that may have belonged
to a local family, and would
like to return it.
The placemat is 10" by 12" '
and has the words "Souvenir
Dinner Given by Mrs. E.W.
Millican Sunday School Class,:'
Lake Santa Fe, October 28,
1911." It is hand-colored and,
decorated with red, yellow and -"
green flowers.
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Lake City at (386) 755-8183 or
williams h2@firn.edu.


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OBITUARIES


Clayton Yongue Gibson


Clayton Gibson

GRAHAM Clayton Yongue
Gibson, 74, of Graham died
Sunday, Dec. 2, 2007, at the scene
of a vehicle crash.
Bom in Fairfield on Oct. 20,
1933, Gibson was a 1952 graduate
of Hillsborough High School in
Tampa. He served in the U.S.
SNavy from 1953 to 1957 and then
worked at Schlitz/Stroh Brewery:
He moved to Graham in 1998.
Gibson is survived by: his wife,
Vee Lynn Gibson of Graham; a
son, Don Clayton Gibson of
Middleburg; and two
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Ross Yongue Gibson and
Eloise E. Collins, and children,
Denise Lynn, Ken Douglas and
Van Michael Gibson
Family will receive friends on
Friday, Dec. 7, from 5-7 p.m. at
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Starke.
Graveside services will be held
for Gibson on Sunday, Dec. 9, at 2
p.m. at Fairfield Presbyterian
Church Cemetery in Fairfield with
the Rev. Gene Bass conducting
the services. Interment will follow
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the Backwood Boys Music
ministry, care of Sampson City
Church of God, 13799 SW 98'
Ave., Starke, FL 32091, or to the
charity of your choice.

Marklee
Addison
ORLANDO Marklee
Addison, 77, of Orlando died
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2007. He was
born on Aug 26, 1930, in Lake
Butler.
Addison is survived by: sons,
Rick and Robbie; daughters,
Becky and Kari; brothers, Wilbur,
Donald, Herman, Dewvitt and
Leroy; a sister, Iris; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held No
30 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home in Lake Butler with the
Rev. Travis Kimbril conducting
the services. Arrangements are
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home.

Norma Coleman
STARKE Norma Ann
Coleman, 71, of Starke died
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, at her
home following an extended
illness.
Bom in Leicester, England, on
Nov. 28, 1936, Coleman moved to
the U.S. and settled in Starke. She
was a homemaker and was of the
C'nsisan faith
Coleman is survived by: her
husband, Roland C. "G-Man"
Coleman of Starke; daughters,
Susan Coleman and tracey
Coleman, both of Starke; sons,
Roland A. Coleman of
Jacksonville and Neil Coleman of
Starke; a brother and three sisters
in England and New Zealand; and
three grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her parents, Herbert and Hilda
Stone, and a brother, Alan Stone.
Memorial services will be held
for Coleman at a later date under
the care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.

Gloria O'Connell
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Gloria Muniz O'Connell, 79, of
the Keystone Heights-Melrose
area died Thursday, Nov. 22,
2007, at Haven Hospice in
Palatka.
O'Connell was born on Dec. 14,
1927, in Spain as the daughter of
the late Joseph J. Gomez and
Anna G. Muniz Gomez.
O'Connell came to the U.S. in
1959 from Cuba, and she earned
her bachelor's degree in
accounting from the University of
Havana. She was employed as a
property manager for NHP, Inc.,
in Gainesville.
O'Connell was a communicant
of St. William Church in Keystone
Heights, and was a member of the
Ladies of the Knights of
Columbus. She was past president
of the Ladies Guild and the
recording secretary for the Saint
Augustine Deanary. She was also
past president of the Keystone
Heithlt l'l...rilr's ( IUsh
O'C-,nnll is sued by: her


husband of 43 years, Richard
James O'Connell; a daughter,
Kathy O'Connell; and one cousin.
A rosary service will be on
Wednesday, Dec. 12, from 6-8
p.m. at Saint William Catholic
u,,n..h in Ke',,,iine A memorial
n; ,' v.ill b held Fnrda', Dec 1I .
11 Ih a in Jat St %k tliam (atholi c

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In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to


Haven Hospice of the Lakes at
6400 St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL
32177.

Eula Mae Smith
STARKE Eula Mae Dyal
Smith, 89, of Staike diLd
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, at
Bradford Terrace Nurstig I-dIoic
following a brief illness.
Smith sas bov n nl ALvtlchua
Count onn Sepi 22. Iat9 She
%ias a lifelong resident olf Biidli' d
Smith was a homemaker and
worked for Harold Wall Insurance
Agency and Roberts Insurance.
She was a founder of the Bradford
High School Alumni Association
in 1985. She graduated from
Bradford High School in 1937 and
was heavily involved in the
restoration of the Boatdrain
Museum.
Smith is survived by: daughters,
Linda Hildebran and Bobbie Faye
Blackshear, both of Starke; a son,
Kirby Shi Smith Jr. of Melrose; a
foster -sister, Betty Morecraft of
Lincoln, I11.; 11 grandchildren; 26
great-grandchildren and three
great-great-grandchildren.
Smith was preceded in death by
her husband, Kirby Shi Smith Sr.;
a son, Robbie Smith, and a sister,
Etta Fae Dyal Thornton.
Funeral services were held Dec.
4 at the Sampson City Church of
God with the Rev. Gene Bass and
the Rev. Bobby Crews conducting
th services. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
rcLucti, liat donSationes be made
to Sot'iiuldc Elcmentar School.
823 Stansbur) i Sutrke, FL
32091, or to the Sampson City
Church of God, 13799 SW 98'"
Ave., Starke FL 32091.

Natalie
Thornton
STARKE Natalie Marcionny
Thornton, 99, of Starke, died
Sunday, Dec. 2, 2007.
Born in Alachua o Nov. 20,
1908, to Minnie and Edward
Marcionny, Thomton was a
longtime resident of Bradford
County.
She was a member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints in Starke, where she
served the congregation as pianist
for more than 50 years. She was
also a Sunday school teacher and
was active in the Relief Society:
She and her husband, Ellis
Thomton, were instrumental in
founding the Starke Ward.
She graduated from Bradford
High School. She worked as a
docket clerk in the Department of
Justice- in Washington, D.C.
during World War II, before
returning to live in Starke. She
then worked as a secretary, first
for Dr. Tommy Ritch, then for
Sunland Training Center. 'She
reitred from Sunland after 15
years of service. I
Thornton is survived by: a'son,
Donald Thornton; a sister
Jeraldine Hooten; a brother, L.G.
Johns; six grandchildren and 10
great-grandchildren.
Thornton was preceded in death
by her husband, a daughter
Jeannine Manning, a sister Martha
Joyce May, and a brother,
Thornton Johns.
A graveside service was held on
Dec. 5 at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Interment followed under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
Community Hospice of Northeast
Florida, 4114 Sunbeam Rd., Suite
101, Jacksonville, FL 32257.


Terry Gibson
MELROSE David Verna
."Terry" Gibson. III, 61, of Melrose
died Saturday, Nov. 24, 2007, at
:the VA Medical Center in
Gainesville, following a battle
with cancer.
Gibson was the manager of
Atkins Storage .and Office
Complex in Gainesville for the
past six years.
Gibson is survived by: his wife
of 20 years, Becky Gibson; a
brother, James Allmand of
Gautier, Miss.; his stepmother,
Ruthann Gibson of Centerville,
Ohio; a stepbrother, John Sherlock
of Perkinston, Miss.; and two
He was preceded in death by his
mother, Doris Gibson Allmand
Sherlock, his father, David Gibson
II, and his brother, Rick Gibson.
A memorial service was held
for Gibson on Dec. 1 at Moring
Funeral Home in Melrose. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests that
donations be made to Haven
Hospice of North Central Florida,
4200 NW 90'" Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606. Arrangements were
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home.

Troy Grizzell Jr.


LAWTEY Troy Grizzell Jr.,
85, of Lawtey died Friday, Nov.
30, 2007, at the VA Medical
Center in Lake City following an
extended illness.
Grizzell was the son of the late
Troy and Ida Grizzell of West
Virginia. He joined the U.S. Navy
in 1942, after he graduated from
South Charleston High School in
West Virginia. He was an
electrician by trade who worked
on oil rigs in the Mississippi Gulf
area. He had resided at the VA
Domicile for the past two years.
Grizzell is survived by: sisters,
Allene Mallory and LaVema
Cadle, both of Starke; a brother,
Gene Grizzell of Tennessee; three


grandchildren and six n reat-
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by: a
daughter, Karen Sue Hughes;
sisters, Betty Curry and Beatrice
Grizzell; and a brother, Ray
Grizzell.
Memorial services for Grizzell
will be held Friday, Dec. 7, at the
chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home in Starke with the Rev. Fred
Clem conducting the services.
Grizzell will be cremated and the,
ashes interred in Bushnell,
nccordilllg i l' hi; \s ihe '
To honor hi, memory, the
family asks that you visit with
nursing home residents,
particularly veterans.


Paul Holt
STARKE Paul A. Holt, 66,
of Starke died Wednesday, Nov.
14. 2007. at Malcolm R,,ndJ.l VA
Medical Center in (i.m lll e.
Holt is survived by: a daughter,
Jackie Holt Baugess of Lawtey;
sisters, Becky Reynolds and
Virginia Spear, both of Lakeland,
and Naomi Sierra of Titusville;
brothers, David Holt of Geneva
and Joseph Holt of Hollywood;
three grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by:
his wife, Marie Bumns Holt; his
father, Joseph A. Holt; a brother,
Thomas A. Holt; and a sister,
Martha A. Lowery.
Graveside services were held
Nov. 16 at Keystone Heights
Cemetery with the Rev. Ralph
Daniels conducting the services.
Interment followed under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Stake.


Jerry Lentsch
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Gerald "Jerry" Stephan Lentsch,
61, of Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2007, at the
VA Medical Center in Gainesville.
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A memorial service for Lentsch
will be held at a later date under
the care of Moring Funeral Home
of Melrose.


Janet Vetter
HAMPTON LAKE Janet
Ruth Vetter, 70, of Hampton Lake
died Friday, Nov. 30, 2007, at
E.T. York Hospice Care Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Philadelphia, Penn., on
Aug. 19, 1937,- Vetter moved to
Hampton Lake seven years ago
from Ocean City, N.J. She was a
longtime resident of Vineland,
N.J.
Vetter was a homemaker and a
member of St. Patrick's Catholic
Church in Gainesville. She served
as a Eucharist minister and was a
member of the CCW.
Vetter is survived by:
daughters, Kathleen Barbuto of
Petersburg, N.J. and Mary Kramer
of Hampton Lake; a son, George
Scavola of Hampton Lake; sisters,
Doris Waiters of Bar Harbor,
Maine, and Bette Esposito of
Gainesville; a brother, Arthur
Reppert Jr of Powhatan, Va.;
seven grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
S Funeral services for Vetter were
held Dec. 5 in St. Patrick's
Catholic Church with Father
Roland Julien conducting the
services. Interment will be Friday,
Dec. 7, in Siloam Cemetery in
Vineland, N.J., under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

Bobby
Workman
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Bobby Darrell Workman, 75, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2007, at
Haven Hospice in Palatka
following an extended illness.
Workman was born in
Thomasville, N.C., on Oct. 5,


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1932. He moved to Keystone
Heights 19 years ago from
Thomasville. He was a member of
Madison Street Baptist Church,
Gideon's, Bull Gator, Rotary, and
NEFAR Appraisal Institute. He
also served in the U.S. Army.
Workman is survived by: his
wife, Gina Smith Workman of
Keystone Heights; a son, Todd
Workman of Weston; a daughter,
Dara Leslie of Tampa; a brother
Jack Workman of Granbury,
Texas; a sister, Betty Lou Brewer
of Little River, S.C.; and seven
grandchildren.
Memorial services were held
Nov. 30, at Madison Street Baptist
Church. Interment followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the Madison Street Baptist Church.
Building Fund at 900 W. Madison
St., Starke, FL 32091.


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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007 Page 4B


Home rule
petition
circulating
Dear Editor:
On the Dec. 3, I spoke
briefly with the Bradford
County Commission about
what 1 think is important to
you and I, the taxpayers of this
county. Recently, there has
been a real fear among some of
the commissioners about tax
reform. One or two of them
have been really been
outspoken about how you and
I can be taxed or assessed in an
effort to replace what they fear
they will lose if the legislative
tax reform package is
approved by the voters in the
next election. Instead, they
should be tightening the
county budget and saying,
"Hey, the governor might have
the right idea. Let's work
together and try to make this
taxpayer money saving idea
work."
Oh no, that just might make
someone work too hard to save
money and you and I, the
taxpayers, might just get a fair
shake for a change. Instead,
they feel we should be
assessed and have to pay more
gas tax.
I asked the county
commission to form a county
charter commission, which
would, be comprised of
between 11 and 15 voting
taxpayers whose responsibility
it would be to interview and
talk with any voter and
taxpayer who wanted to
recommend to them their
ideas-ideas on the way our
county should be run, the way
our tax money should be spent
and the way you and I should
be taxed.
This charter commission
would be made up of regular
taxpayers like you and I, and
the only responsibility we
would have would be to listen
to each and every person who
wants to try to make our
county better.
Now I ask you, what is so
hard about five elected county
commissioners appointing
between II and 15 honest
hard-working voting taxpayers
for the purpose of trying to
make our county a better place
for us to live? Do you think
that they will do it? Yeah, right
after pigs learn to fly.
The only thing that I can
figure is that they don't trust
us. Is it any wonder that we
have developed the attitude we
have about them? Just why is it
that the minute we elect a
person to office he becomes
part of the bureaucracy?
Even though the county
commission could make our
life and our work a little bit
easier. Will it ever happen
without some prodding from
us? I just don't think so. It
hasn't happened yet, has it?
In 1968, the taxpayers of this
state amended our constitution
providing you and I a way to
improve our living conditions.
It is called home rule
management. This gives you
and I a means of choosing the
way we believe our county
should be run. Petitions are
being circulated now, as you
read this letter. It calls for a
voter's signature, date of birth
and the date you signed the
petition.
Once these petitions are
signed, they are turned over to
the voter registration office for
verification. Confidentiality is
required at all levels and the
petitions are retained by the
voter registration office. A
letter to the commission is sent


from the voter registration
supervisor, simply certifying
that enough signed petitions
have been submitted to him
that require the county
commission to appoint a
charter commission.
The opportunity is in place
for us to establish home rule.
Petitions are available, find
one and sign it. If you cannot
find one please call me. My
name is in the book
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road


Thanks for
help with

pageant
Dear Editor:
The Miss Keystone Heights
High School Scholarship
Pageant recently held the first
annual Miss Junior High
Pageant. This pageant serves
as a fundraiser for scholarship
awards for the Miss Keystone
Heights High School
Scholarship Pageant in the
spring. We wish to thank the
following businesses for their
support of the Miss Junior"
High Pageant: Bryan's Ace
Hardware in Keystone
Heights, Sweet P's Florist,
Keystone Locker Room and
Southern Accents Gift Baskets.
Lynn Dickinson
and Diana Rothwell
Miss KHHS pageant
directors

Big town
quality in
small town
performance
Dear Editor:
Lake Butler was treated to a
wonderful performance of
"The Nutcracker," this past
weekend. Those in the
community who did not attend
the performance missed out on
something very special.
Not only does Union County
have some very talented
children who are thri ing
under Mrs. Chrisie's tutelage,
but somehow, Mrs. Christie
was able to bring in a
professional dancer.
The Girand Pas de Deux
Andre Valladon and Kelly
Christie danced together was
breathtakingly beautiful. You
would have to travel far and
pay a lot more money to see
the kind of ballet our small
community was treated to.
We are fortunate to have
Kelly Christie making such a
valuable cultural contribution
to Lake Butler. The academy's
production of "The
Nutcracker" was very big-city
in this small, but blessed town.
Dawn Brown,
Lake Butler

Local woman
deserves
thanks
Dear Editor:
. I'm writing this letter to
recognize one of community's
most generous residents, Mrs.
Amy Martin. Mrs. Martin is
the owner of Martin Coffee
Company in Jacksonville, but
has maintained a residence in
'Keystone for as long as I have
known her-more than 30
years.
Mrs. Martin, at the young
age of 80-something (please
forgive me Mrs. Martin for
telling your age), has recently
retired after going in every day


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at 4:30 a.m. to her
Jacksonville-based business.
Martin Coffee Company has
been in business for more than
50 years. Mrs. Martin and her
husband, Fred Martin (now
deceased), built it into the fine
company it remains today.
Some of you may be asking,
"What is the connection?"
Mrs. Martin was blessed with
three wonderful daughters and
I have been fortunate to call
them friends. Her daughter
Marilyn is one of my best
friends.
While my husband and I
were involved in the Keystone
Recreation Association for
more than 10 years, from 1978
to 1988, Mrs. Martin, through
this friendship, supplied
coffee, hot chocolate, cups and
all the accompaniments to
KRA Pop Warner Football and
Dixie Youth Baseball at no
charge. One time we hosted a
29-game football jamboree on
two fields in Keystone and
Martin Coffee Company
provided those supplies.
Currently, whenever a need
arises, Mrs. Martin is quick to
jump in and donate to the
many worthy causes of our
local Kiwanis Club, like
providing all the coffee, etc.,
for the Easter sunrise service.
It is easy to see why they have
stayed in business for so long.
My husband Chuck and I
would like to thank Mrs.
Martin for her wonderful
community spirit and wish her
a great retirement. We would
also like to say, "A job well
done!" If you have never
tasted Martin coffee, you have
missed out on a treat.
Tina Bullock,
Retired KHHS principal.


Bridge
cleanup in
Brooker
Volunteers will be at
Brooker Bridge on C.R. 231
on Saturday, Dec 8, at 9 a.m.
.for a cleanup at Santa Fe
Rier.
This is a nice little spot tha
serves as a "swimming hole"
for many wio live in the
Brooker area. Unfortunately,
it gets severely trashed as
well. Volunteers make a trek
up there each year to clean it
up and hope others can take
time to spend a couple of hours
with them that Saturday
morning.
For more information,
contact Fritzi Olson at (352)
264-6827, or e-mail
aar@currentproblems.org.


"Failure is not our only
punishmentfor laziness: there is
also the success of others."
Jules Renard


58 counties
are primary
natural

disaster areas
Farmers and
ranchers can apply
for USDA assistance
The U.S. Department of
Agriculture designated 58
Florida counties as primary
natural disaster areas because
of losses caused by drought
that occurred on Jan. 1, 2007,
and continuing, announced
Kevin L. Kelley, state
executive director for the
USDA Farm Service Agency.
Those counties include
Alachua, Bradford, Baker,
Clay, Putnam and Union
counties.
All counties named were
designated natural disaster
areas on Nov. 26, 2007,
making all qualified farm
operators in the designated
areas eligible for low interest
emergency loans from USDA's
Farm Service Agency,
provided eligibility
requirements are met.
Farmers in eligible counties
have eight months from the
date of the declaration to apply
for loans to help cover part of
their actual losses. The agency
will consider each loan
application on its own merits,
taking into accountthe extent
of losses, security available
and repayment ability. USDA's
Farm Service Agency has a
variety of programs, in
addition to the emergency
loans, to help eligible farmers
recover from adversity.
USDA has also made other


programs available to assist
farmers and ranchers,
including the Emergency
Conservation Program, Federal
Crop' Insurance and the
Noninsured Crop Disaster
Assistance Program.
Interested farmers may
contact their local USDA
Service Centers for further
information on eligibility
requirements and application
procedures for these and other
programs. Additional
information is also available
online at disaster.fsa.usda.gov.

Hoof N
Around 4-H
club will host
chili dinner,
auction
The Baker County Hoof N
Around 4-H club-which
includes several members from
Bradford County-will be
holding a fundraiser this
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.
Lunch will be served at noon,
followed by the live auction.
There 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
donating items for the auction,
which is geared toward horse
owners, please contact 4-H
agent Renee 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.


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Dec. 6, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


CRIME


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3 arrested
for
shoplifting
Three Keystone Heights
women were arrested Nov. 28
for stealing from Wal-Mart in
Orange Park.
Nancy Stephann Levinson,
47, Bobbi Lynn White, 18, and
Jennifer Megan Noel Claudio,
27, were charged with grand
theft, retail by Deputy 'J.J.
Clark. The three were observed
concealing merchandise in Wal-
Mart shopping bags and in
their purses Deputy Clark said.
All three passed all points of
purchase and proceeded to the
exit doors. One of the suspects
was stopped but two of them
continued to their vehicle,
Deputy Clark said.
None of them paid for the
merchandise.
All of the stolen merchandise
was recovered from the
suspects' vehicle but some of it
was damaged, Deputy Clark
said. Several carts were need to
return the merchandise to the
store. Value of the merchandise
was $998.92, Deputy Clark
said.
Levinson, White and Claudio
were issued trespass warnings
from Wal-Mart.

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:
Joseph Perry Seymour, 22,
: of Starke was arrested Dec. 4
Sby Bradford Sgt. Robert Smith
Sfor lewd, lascivious battery on
a person under 16. Seymour
was charged with being
sexually involved with a 14-
" year-old from May to October.
Seymour faces at least- 15
counts of the sexual charge,
Sgt. Smith said.
Terran Ray Sechrest, 60, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 29
Sby Clay Deputy R.E. Russell
for domestic aggravated battery.


Sechrest was charged with
striking the victim in the head
with a flashlight. The victim
and Sechrest had been drinking
and arguing all day, Deputy
Russell said. During a fight,
they had broken a coffee table
inside the house, Deputy
Russell said.
Lucian David Andrews, 25,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 3 at
4:27 a.m. by Bradford Deputy
Josh Luke for domestic
violence battery. Andrews was
charged with grabbing the
victim by her hair and
punching her in the head
several times during an
argument, Deputy Luke said.
Clarence Rassoola Green,
21, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. 28 by Bradford deputies
for simple assault and
possession of a controlled
substance. Green was charged
with threatening to hit a
juvenile in the mouth with a
pistol. When deputies arrived,
Green refused to exit the home,
but later complied. During a
search the deputy found
Lorazetam pills but no weapon.
Kelly David Hall, 18, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
26 by Union Deputy Leslie
Crews for criminal mischief
and disorderly conduct. Hall
was charged with cutting a tire
on the victim's vehicle
following an argument, Deputy
Crews said. Hall then left the
area but was located at his
residence hiding in a closet.
When questioned, Hall became
loud and yelled obscenities
about the victim, Deputy
Crews said. Hall was
intoxicated at the time, Deputy
Crews said.
Norman P. Driggers, 24, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 30 by
Starke Sgt. William Brown for
petit theft, forgery, uttering a
forged instrument and grand
theft. Driggers found a bag
containing checks and a credit
card that had been accidentally
left on a phone booth. He was
charged with removing a check
from a checkbook without the
victim' s permission or
knowledge. Driggers their.
forged the victim's name to the
check after filling it out for


$330. He attempted to cash the
check at the bank, Sgt. Brown
said. Driggers also attempted to
use the credit card but it had
been canceled, Sgt. Brown said.
Bond onr the charges was set at
$15,000.
A 15-year-old Raiford
juvenile was arrested Dec. 1 by
Starke Patrolman Jason Crosby,
for retail theft. The teen was
seen shoplifting at Beall's
Outlet. Value of the
merchandise was $8, Patrolman
Crosby said.
Thelma Lee Albritton, 43, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 2 at
5:53 a.m. by Patrolman
Crosby for misuse of 911
system arid trespass after
warning. Albritton called the
911 system five times creating
an immediate emergency
response. Upon arrival it was
discovered the reason for the
911 calls was Albritton had no
shoes, Patrolman Crosby said.
She had been given a trespass
warning from the location of
her arrest in November. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Duane Simpers, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 29 by Clay Deputy E.R.
Kroh on a warrant for criminal
mischief. Bond ws set at
$2,502.
Michael Eugene Sowers, 49,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 28 by Clay
Deputy Renee Scucci for
violation of probation petit
theft. Bond was set at $252.

David Lowe, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 30 by Clay deputies on a
.warrant for contempt of court.
Justen Wayne Kelley, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 27 by Clay Deputy E.C.
Mohler on a warrant for
possession of alcohol under 21.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Jessie David Carter, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.
2 by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel on a warrant from
Duval for lewd and lascivious
molestation. Bond was set at
$500,003.


Corey J. Vansyckel, 31, of
Starke was charged Dec. 2 on a
warrant from Alachua for fraud,
insufficient funds, worthless
checks. Bond was set at $400.
Patti Sue Williams, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 29 by
probation officers and Starke
Patrolman P.A. King for
failure to appear for
arraignment dealing in stolen
property.
Rachel Lain Bolton, 22, of
Starke was charged Nov. 30 by
Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes for
violation of probation
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon. She remains in
custody without bond.
Larry Knowles, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 1 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for simple assault.
Joshua Miles Richards, 20,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 30
during a traffic stop by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Jason
Barry for violation of probation
possession of cannabis. A
$2,500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Macklin Bernard Kirksey,
37, of Brunswick, Ga., was
arrested Dec. 3 by Union Lt.
H.M. Tomlinson for failure to
appear for a misdemeanor
offense. Bond was set at
$2,500.
Trish L. Jones, 30, of
Brooker was arrestedDec. 2 by
Deputy Luke on a warrant for
fraudulent use of credit card and
petit theft. Bond was set at
$7,000.

Traffic
Priscilla Jackson Dinkins,
54, of Starke was arrested Dec.
1 by FHP Trooper J.M. Ford
for driving under the influence
(DUI). Dinkins' vehicle was
stopped on C.R. 229 for
speeding. During questioning
the trooper smelled a strong
odor of alcohol coming from
Dinkins and her eyes were
watery and bloodshot. Dinkins
failed testing and was placed
under arrest, Trooper Ford said.


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Her blood-alcohol level was .14
percent. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Carl Edward Gorman Jr., 39,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 30 at 1:43 a.m.
by Clay Deputy T.J. Brown for
DUI. Gorman was involved in
a single vehicle crash on South
Lawrence Boulevard. The
vehicle ran off the road, struck
a culvert and became airborne
before crossing the street and
going into a yard, striking
Christmas ornaments and a
palm tree, Deputy Brown said.
Gorman smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage but refused
to submit to testing.
Julie Ann Saunders, 43, of
Lake City was arrested Dec. 1
at 4:09 a.m. by Trooper K.M.
Boatright for DUI. While
investigating a traffic crash on
C.R. 241 in Union County,
the trooper found Saunders to
be impaired with extremely
bloodshot eyes and slurred
speech. The odor of an
alcoholic beverage was also
detected, Trooper Boatright
said. Saunders failed the field
sobriety tests and was placed
under arrest. Her blood-alcohol
level was .15 percent. She was
released from custody on her
own recognizance. Damages in
the crash were $10,000.
Cecil Paul Young, 19, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 1 by
Deputy Brown for DUI,
possession of cannabis,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Young's vehicle was
traffic stopped on Blanding
Boulevard in Middleburg by
Deputy Brown. Deputy Brown
smelled a strong odor of an
alcoholic beverage and took
Young into custody. Young
failed the field exercises.
Marijuana roaches and 17
grams of marijuana were found
during a search of the truck,
Deputy Brown said.
Trevor A. Burnett, 60, of St.
Petersburg was arrested Nov.
30 by Trooper A.L. Cummings
for T"DUT, -hi-andi--un' n nd
disorderly intoxication. Burnett
was charged with hitting the
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leave the scene. Burnett, who
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, was
shouting obscenities when the
trooper arrived. He failed
testing and was placed in
custody at 1:22 a.m. He refused
to submit to a breath test,
Troop&r Cummings said.
Burnett was released from
custody after a $10,000 surety
bond was posted.
David Patrick West, 27, of
Middleburg was arrested Dec. 1
by Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart for DWLS with
knowledge. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Craig A. Mitchell, 41, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 3
by Hapnpton Sgt. K. Ervin for
no valid driver's license and
failure to pay child support.
Mitchell's vehicle was stopped
just after midnight for speeding
on U.S. 301 north. He has
never had a Florida license and
his Georgia license has been
suspended multiple times, Sgt.
Ervin said. Bond was set at
$500. Mitchell may purge the
child support charge by paying
$502.
Richard S. Monard, 20, of
Bradenton was arrested Dec. 1
by Lawtey Patrolman M.P.
Gillick for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 cash bond
was posted.
Holly Padgett, 29, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 27 by
Patrolman Lockhart for DWLS
with knowledge. A $3,000
bond \\as posted for her release
from custody.


Micah R. Bowden, 21, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 2 by
Starke Sgt. William Murray on
U.S., 301 at 4:35 a.m. for
DWLS knowingly. Bond was
set at $500.
Juanene Elaine Finocchio,
54, of Ocala was arrested Nov.
29 by Alachua deputies on a
warrant from Bradford for
failure to appear DUI. A
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Farm and

city families

chosen

BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
At the Farm-City Week
celebration on Nov. 19, Bryan
and Jeanette Hendricks were
honored as Union County's
Fain Family of the Year.
The coupled moved to their
farm about two miles south of
Lake Butler in April 1961.
Bryan worked a number of
jobs and Jeanette was a school
bus driver in Union County.
Bryan began farming in
1963 with tobacco, cattle and
watermelon crops until 4985.
Since that time, he has grown
hay and raised cattle.
Together they have three
children: Stephen Hendricks, a
-sod farmer; Linda Johns, the
director of accountability with
the Union County School
district and Joe Hendricks, a
hay farmer.
The Hendricks' have seven
grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Bobby and Carolyn Crosby
were awarded as the City
Family of the Year. The
Crosbys has lived in
Worthington Springs for 38
years.
The Crosbys are members of
Sardis Baptist Church where
Bobby has served as deacon
for 36 years. He is also an
active member of Gideons
International. Carolyn retired
from the Union County School
district after 32 years of
service.
They have been married for
53 years and have two
children: Bobby Crosby Jr. and
Cristi Whitehead. Their four


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uoboy and c arolyn Crosby were presented with a
plaque from Union County Farm Bureau president
Elery Griffis as the City Family of the Year. The
Crosbys have lived in Worthington Springs for 38
years. Photo courtesy of Jacaue Breman.


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Union County Farm Bureau president Elery Griffis
honors Bryan and Jeanette Hendricks with a plaque
as Union County's Farm Family of the Year. The
couple have operated a farm since 1961. Photo
courtesy of Jacque Breman.
grandchildren are Tres Crosby, Whitehead and Lexi
Kane Crosby, John-John Whitehead.


Rogers concert coming to Starke soon


James Rogers, the popular the 50s and 60s and include
singing star from Dollywood at country, folk and ballads,
Pigeon Forge, Tenn., will popular music and new music
return to Starke Saturday, Feb. he has composed himself.
2, at 7 p.m., for a concert. Roger's first appearance in
Country music will be the the spotlight came when he
order of the evening and the was five years old and in the
Bradford Ecumenical first grade. He was chosen to
Ministries Food Pantry will represent his class in a talent
benefit from the proceeds of 'shonw. This humble begiiinign
the concert, sparked, the flame of musical
Tickets will be $10 each for creativity. He received his first
adults and $5 for students. guitar at Christmas when he
Tickets can be purchased at the s easoldand therest,
door, or advance tickets will be as they say, is entertainment
available at the Bradford history
County Telegraph and many He on the 1983 National
local churches. For ticket Music Festival, sponsored by
information, you call (904) Dollywood's forerunner, Silver
964-5875 in the evenings. Dollar Cit and WIVK in
Rogers is the featured star at Knoxville.
Dollywood, Dolly Parton's Roers received a perfect
theme park at Pigeon Forge. score in that contest and was
On the road in the off season, ee norsfrom
he presents a shou that selected for top honors from
he presents a show that more than 2,000 entrants.
contains something for
everyone from 8 to 80. He is He then became a regular
called one of the most performer at the entertainment
engaging entertainers park and is the best-known and
performing today most-loved entertainer -at
Rogers is a singer, Dollywood.
songwriter, musician, and Rogers has had a long list of
much more. His composition, musical accomplishments
"I Guard America," has been since he first started his career
selected as the official song of in 1972. He appeared on the
the Army and Air National Grand Ole Opry with country
Guard. His "Fly Eagle Fly" legends like Hank Snow, Bill
was chosen as the bicentennial Anderson and Bill Monroe. He
song for the state of has worked with entertainers
Tennessee. like Alabama, Suzy Bogguss,
He combines his exceptional Roy Clark, Steve Martin,
talents in a mix of musical and Dolly Parton and Ricky
singing skills, country charm Skaggs.
and a charismatic wit to The concert here will benefit
thoroughly entertain his the Food Pantry, which was
audiences. His down-home started in 1989 and has helped
patter is warm and humorous, many local families through
Hi' 'shows contain songs from hard times. There is no public

Sa center Thursday, Jan. 24, at 7
Financial aid p.m
A representative from Santa
workshop for Fe Community College will be
on hand to assist parents in
BHS students filling out the Free Application
l'.ulii, of seniors, at for Federal Student Aid and
Bradlord High Schooland any will also answer questions on
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other interested parent, should f al ai
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Starke Woman's Club celebrates

100 years with cookbook Dec. 12


The Woman's Club of
Starke has been working on a
cookbook treasure to mark
their 100'h anniversary. The
book will be presented and
formally dedicated at their
monthly luncheon meeting on
Dec. 12.
"Strawberry Country
Favorites" includes a brief club
history, past club presidents
and vignettes of the history of
the club building along with
more than 350 recipes
collected from club members
and relatives of club members.
A special effort to obtain
recipes from past presidents
was made by- cookbook
committee members Gladys
McRae, Connie Best, Clara
Hazen and Monterey Wasdin.
The committee is appreciative
of all who contributed in any
way.
Copies may be obtained
from club members, Dimple's
Gift Shop on Thompson Street
or the Bradford County
Telegraph on Call Street. The
cost is $20.
Proceeds will be used for
:club projects such as the SFCC
:scholarship, and a special
'donation will be made to the
Bradford County Public
Library.
This Bradford County
treasure will make a lovely gift
for your loved ones.
The committee dedicated the
cookbook as follows: "During
this our 100th year, we have
researched the intriguing
history of the club, and
reflected on the women who
have volunteered so many,
many hours in leadership and
service to the Starke
community. These women of
high ideals and lofty goals
began with courage and
determination to make 'their
world' a better place and thus,
have influenced 'our world.'
Their stories are numerous.
We devote our attention and
care in preserving what has
been handed down to us and
treasure the tapestry they have
woven.
"The club was first known
as The Mother's Club. It
began in 1906-07. Mrs. Ella
Hamilton was the president.
"In 1913-14, the club was
federated and became know as
The Wormen', Club of Starke


New youth

club forming
A new youth community
service club is forming in
Starke.
Modern Woodmen of
America is starting one of its
Youth Service Clubs here with
an initial meeting planned for
Saturday, Dec. 8, at 3 p.m. at
Wainwright Park at Church
and Water streets in Starke.
Children between the ages
of 7 arid 16 are invited to this
activity-oriented meeting to
find out about the benefits of
membership in the club.
Elizabeth K. Gibson of
Hampton will be the adult
leader of the club, and Sabrina
L. Roberts of Starke will
sponsor the club's monthly
activities. Roberts is a local
Modern Woodmen insurance
representative.
Since 1942, Modern
Woodmen Youth Service
Clubs have focused on
volunteering, patriotism,
education and fun," said
Roberts. "Currently 750 clubs
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thousands of children."
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under the presidency of Mrs.
R.A. Weeks and received
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"The 1926-27 Handbook
contained these statements of
their belief:
The American Clubwoman's
New Declaration Of Faith
"We believe in the
Constitution of the United
States. We believe in both its
essential form of government
and in the high ideals of
human relation that brought
this Government into being
and must continue to actuate it
if it is to be kept vitally alive.
"We recognize in the ideals
that lie behind the Constitution
of the United States a
wonderfully wise adjustment
that is meant not only to secure
liberty to every citizen and
every community but also to
lay on every citizen and
community a sacred
responsibility to play their
individual parts, while at the
same time, it ties us up
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with fraternal member benefits
for families and their
communities.


upon this whirling globe.
"E\er) man or woman,
every town or state that fails to
live up to its responsibility
jeopardizes that imperial
greatness. Our country is a
demonstration that
brotherhood is not an idle
phrase or a far-off dream, but
that it is the only practical
solution of the world's
difficulties. And there is no
brotherhood that does not
entail duties as well as
privileges."
"Alice Ames Winter, Past
President, General Federation
of Women's Clubs
"Their motto: In great
things, Unity; In small things,
Liberty; In all things, Charity.
"These ideals have been
womenn into the fiber of our
organization and with pride,
yet humility, we dedicate this
publication to those
foremotherss' and all who have
since worn the yoke! It is our
hope that we have honored
them bc creating this tribute in
their memory."


For more information about
the youth club, call Roberts at
(352) 745-2101.


K-Kids get in the

holiday spirit...
The Kiwanis Club of Starke is sponsoring
its first-ever Kiwanis-Kids (or K-Kids) club
this year, which consists of 21 students at
Starke Elementary Sphool. Recently, six
of those students helped raise money for
the Salvation Army as bell ringers in front
of Winn-Dixie. ABOVE: Autumn Rodgers,
Karen Clark and Krista Scott have their
bells ready. RIGHT: Karen Clark proudly
shows off a $10 bill a customer handed
her. BELOW: Sarah Hayes, Christin
Hopkins and Lainie Rodgers practice a
cheer routine to encourage people to give
to the Salvation Army.


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Tigers win opener vs. KHHS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Alvin Jernigan scored 11 of
his game-high 18 points in the
fourth quarter to help the
Union County boys' basketball
team rally and defeat the host
Keystone Heights Indians 47-
34 in the District 6-3A opener
for both teams on Nov. 30.
Jernigan was 7-of-ll from
the foul line in the fourth
quarter as the Tigers won their
second game in a row.
Union trailed for most of the
second half after Keystone (0-
3) put together an 8-0 run to
open the third quarter. The
Indians almost couldn't buy a
basket in the first half-neither
could the Tigers as the teams
combined for just six field
goals in the half--but a score
by Robby Crane was the first
of four straight baskets that put
Keystone up 22-17.
The Indians had the chance
to increase that lead with
consecutive steals by Marcel
Robinson and Richie Rudd.
However, Keystone turned the
ball over following Robinson's




UCHS

makes it

3 in a row

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Union County boys'
basketball team stepped up in
classification following its win
over Keystone, facing Baker
County and handing the
Wildcats a 64-42 defeat on
Dec. 1.
Union (4-2) put distance
between itself and Baker with
a 23-10 second quarter. That
put rhe Tigers up 32-19 at the
hnll
Frankie Caldwell and
Sampson Jackson each scored
14 points to lead the Tigers.
Vinson Wintons added nine
points, while Alvin Jernigan
had eight.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 9 23 18 14-64
BCHS: 9 10 11 10-42 .

Union County ,Scoring (64)1
Albritton 5, Barringer 2, Byrd 6,
Caldwell 14, Cason 2, Holland
2, Jackson 14, Jernigan 8,
Sharpe 2, Wintons 9. 3-
pointers: Byrd, Jackson 2.
Free throws: 19-38.


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attempts after Rudd's steal.
Neither team was exactly on
fire in terms of shooting, but
turnovers, more than anything,
plagued both teams. The two
teams combined for
approximately 80 turnovers,
many of which were traveling
violations.
It was a turnover that led to
the score that would put the
Tigers up for good. Sampson
Jackson made a theft in the
backcourt, then dished the ball
off to Jernigan, who scored
and drew a foul. He made the
free throw to put Union up 33-
32 with 4:26 to play.


From there, the game
consisted of more turnovers-
seven by Keystone-and trips
to the free-throw line by the
Tigers. Only two of the game's
final 15 points came on a field
goal, which came on Jackson's
drive in the lane.
Jackson had five points
down the stretch and finished,
the game with 11. Marcus
Albritton added eight points
for the Tigers.
The Indians were led by
Richie Rudd, who had 12
points, while Crane added
eight.
At first, it did not appear as


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if any player would reach Crane did hit a jump shot at the drought, making a 3-
double figures as the first the. 7:26 mark of the second pointer that put his team up 10-
quarter contained only one quarter to give the Indians 9. Jackson answered on a drive
field goal-by Albritton-and their first basket of the game to the basket that put the
seven total points. Two free and a 5-4 lead, but that would Tigers back upby one.
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E UCHS girls defeat KHHS to open season


Bradford's Keita Goodman goes up strong with the
ball underneath the basket.


BHS girls defeat

RHS in district win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A late 8-0 run helped the
Bradford girls' basketball team
finally put the game away and
remain perfect in District 2-4A
with a 57-41 win over visiting
Ridgeview on Nov. 29.
Bradford, which improved
to 2-0 in the district, led the
entire way after scoring the
game's first 14 points, but was
plagued by turnovers for most
of the second half.
Consecutive backcourt
turnovers early in the third
quarter led to two Ridgeview
baskets as the Panthers
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Demetria Slocum, who
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to put the Tornadoes up 53-37.
The game appeared as if


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as the Tornadoes held the
Panthers without a point until
the 1:35 mark of the first
quarter and without a field
goal until the final second of
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Bradford had 14 points, thanks
in large part to Goodman, who
made three consecutive
baskets and a free throw.
Defense was a big factor in
Bradford's success'as well.
The Tornadoes grabbed seven
defensive rebounds in the first
quarter and came up with
seven steals in the first half,
led by Warren's three.
Ridgeview committed a total
of 13 turnovers in the half.
Goodman and Smith joined
Slocum in double figures with
16 and 13 points, respectively.
The Tornadoes" played
Palatka on Dec. 3 and will
travel to Alachua to play
district opponent Santa Fe
tonight, Dec. 6. On Tuesday,
Dec. 11, Bradford is scheduled
to play Columbia in Lake City.
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Telegraph Staff Writer
Freshman Anbreyal Stewart
scored a game-high 20 points,
including 10 in the final
period, to. help the Union
County girls' basketball team
open District 6-3A play with a
47-31 win over Keystone
Heights on Nov. 30 in Lake
Butler.
The Tigers (5-1)'were able
to rebound from their first loss
of the season, getting 10 points
from Ashli Watkins and eight
points from Sharmaine Couch.
Keystone (1-4), which led
20-16 at the half, has not won
since its season opener. The
Indians were led by Megan
Poupard, who scored 13
points.
Tiger Coach Perry Davis
said his Tigers did not play
well during the first half, but
after some adjustments on
defense, the Tigers held the
Indians to only 11 points in the
second half.
"With only one starting
senior, this is still a young
team and we have yet to play
four quarters with everyone
s'Working to -their capacity,"
Davis said. He said he sees
great improvement with every
game and is very pleased with
the direction in which his team
is going.
Union, which played
Suwannee this past Tuesday,
will attempt to pick up a
couple of more district wins on
Friday, Dec. 7, against Pierson
Taylor on the road and on
Tuesday, Dec. 11, against
Interlachen in a 6 p.m. home
game.
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Clay and district opponent'
Interlachen this past Monday
and Tuesday, will travel to
play district opponent Crescent
City tonight, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m.
They then travel to play
Middleburg on Monday, Dec.
10, at 7:30 p.m.

Earlier UCHS results:

Trenton 43 UC 42
The Tigers took on Trenton
Nov. 27 to pick up their first
loss. The Lady Tigers had
beaten Trenton by a margin of
more than 20 points during
their last two match-ups.
The absence of freshman
starter Stewart had an effect on
the scoreboard. Coach Davis


said the young starter was
mourning a death in her
family. "We're praying for
her," he said.
"We did not play defense
and got beat," said Davis, "We
did not crash the boards and
play defense-and when that
happens, you can't win."
Although defense was the
Tigers' downfall in this game,
Shaniece Huggins provided a
bright spot on the boards by
snaring a career-high 14
rebounds. Terissa Nutt had 10,
Franzluebbers had six and two
assists, Couch had five and
Lareessa Jackson chipped in
three. Watkins had two assists.
Couch had six steals,
Franzluebbers and Watkins
had four apiece and Jackson
had two.
Couch led scoring with 17
points, Franzluebbers put up
13, Watkins had eight and Nutt
contributed four.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 4 14 11-42
THS: 10 6 13 14-43
Union County Scoring (42):
Couch 17, Franzluebbers 13,


Watkins 8, Nutt 4. 3-pointers:
Franzluebbers 2. Free throws:
10-14.

UC 61 Md'burg 26
Davis said the Tigers came
out slow against Middleburg,
but got their momentum going
to chart a 61-26 win.
"This was a good win over a
tough opponent," said Davis.
The Lady Tigers led 29 to
14 at the half and never looked
back. Franzluebbers had 16
points, included 14 of 16 free
throws, to lead the team.
Couch had 15 points, including
two treys and going 5-for-7
from the line. Stewart had 12
points, Watkins had 11, Nutt
had five and Jackson had two.
Franzluebbers and Stewart
bothwent into double digits on
rebounds, pulling down 12 and
11 respectively. Stewart had
two assists. Couch had nine
rebounds and two assists, Nutt
had seven rebounds, Huggins
had six, Watkins had five and
two assists, Jackson had five
and one assist.
Franzluebbers and Watkins
had eight steals apiece,


Jackson had two and Nutt had
two and one block. Stewart
had one steal and two blocks
and Couch charted one of
each.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 11 18 16.16--61
MHS: 11 3 9 3-26
Union County Scoring (61):
Franzluebbers 16, Couch 15,
Stewart 12, Nutt 5, Jackson 2.
3-pointers: Coach 2. Free
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Members of the Northside Christian Academy flag football team point to the
scoreboard after their 52-0 victory over North Kissimmee Christian Academy in the
first round of the state playoffs. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Keith Home, Aaron Fogg,
Dustin Elder, (back, I-r) coach Bryan Blackburn, John Adams, coach Toby Roehm,
Jonathan Davenport, Jacob Hedman, Aaron Croft, Eric Browder, Cody Quails,
Stephen Coxe, Joel Haas, Sam Drew, Justin Hammons, Joey Blankenship, Mike
Quails, David Coxe and Eric Jones.


Northside Eagles capture

flag football district title


As rmenbers of the
Northside Christian Academy
flag football team look back on
this past season, they have a
lot of reasons to be proud. The
team has done w\hat no other
Northside team has done in the
past three seasons. has done it
\ilkh fe\\er players and has
established itself as a team to
be reckoned with.
Northside, which is four
years old and has been playing
football for three \ears. \ion its
district and ad anced to the
state playoffs of the Sunshine
Christian League, earning one
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placed first and second in the
plasoffse ern\ Near since 2000.
The 13-man Eagles team,
khich outscored opponents
22"-116. was anchored b3
sophomore Eric Brodtier"


(captain) and juniors John
Adams (captain) and Aaron
Croft.
Northside played Corinth
Christian Academy for the
district championship on Nov.
13. The Eagles had already
played Corinth, the defending
District 1 champion, twice that
season, with each team earning
a win. However, the Eagles
proved to be the new team to
beat in the district b\ h inning
the championship 36-26. This
win gave Northside a spot in
the state playoffs.
State playoffs for the
Sunshine Christian League
consist of a single-elimination
tournament where the first-
and second-place teams in
each of the four districts play
in a two-day tournament. In its
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winning 52-0. This advanced
ihe Eagles to the semifinals
against last sear's state runner-
up. Hartest Christian
Academy.
Northside fought hard
against a long-established
team. Down b3 10 l ith 48
seconds left, Harvest had first-
and-goal at the 1-yard line. In
a show of determination, the
Northside defense kept the
Saints out of the end zone.
They then proved that they
were not willing to go down
without a fight. Northside
marched down the field from
goal line to goal line, scoring
on a 50-yard pass from Adams
to Browder. However, time
expired, with the final score in


Predators lay claim to championship
The Predators won the Keystone Youth Soccer Club's U-10 fall championship.
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Jason Arzie, (back, I-r) coach Rick Dingman, Brody Reed, Daniel Piper, Autumn
Bostick, Lynda Trinidad, Lake Beck and coach Richard Reed.


favor of Harvest, 36-32.
The Eagles graduate only
one senior this year: Joel Haas,
a three-year starter who scored
five touchdowns and two two-
point conversions this season.
Though Haas will be sorely
missed on both sides of the
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BHS boys 'kick it up a notch' against IHS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Coach Mark McGraw said
the Tornado boys "kicked it up
a notch" against Interlachen in
the team's 72-49 win Dec. 3.
"The kids are playing well,"
said McGraw of the
Interlachen performance. "We
caused a lot of turnovers and
got a good lead early. All the
kids on the team played a part
in our success. If we continue
to play this well as a team, we
will be a contender for the
: district title."
Eugene Blye led scoring for
the Tornadoes and twas the
major contributor in that early
lead McGraw talked about.
William Hayes Blye scored 16 points in the
first half to help send the
Tornadoes into the locker


room up 40-12. Blye had 19
points for the game, including
one trey.


KHHS falls

to tough

playoff

team
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Keystone Heights boys'
basketball team took on its
second straight school that
qualified for the playoffs last
year. The result was another
double-digit loss as visiting
Trinity Catholic won 63-37 on
Nov. 27.
Both teams were tied at the
end of the first quarter, but
Trinity, a Class 3A regional
semifinalist last year,
outscored Keystone 37-18 in
the second and third quarters.
Richie Rudd scored .12
points to lead the Indians. Wes
Rund made two 3-pointers and
finished with eight points.
Keystone opened the season
with a 34-point loss to Orange
Park, a postseason qualifier in


Hayes on
all-star team
William Hayes, the son of
Fverett and Diane Hayes of
Bristol, and the grandson of
Janie Hayes of Brooker,
played on the all-star team,
I he Rebels, from Callaway.
The football team played in
lie 38'" annual Snapper Bowl
Classic in Panama City Nov.
21-23, and placed second in
the nation out of 48 teams.

Starke Rec.
Dept. is
signing
players up for
basketball
Basketball registration
through the' Starke Recreation
Department is currently under
wav and -lasts through
Monday, Dec. 31.
Players i ill be di: ided into
four leagues determined by
ge: 4-7, 8-10, 11-13 and 14-
17. The age determining date
is Dec. 31, 2007.
Those interested may sign
up at the recreation
department's office in the old
armory across from Bradford
High School on U.S. 301. The
fee is $20.
Winter Camp begins
hu dr-sd3 and Frid:\D. Dec. 20-
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Sednesdai through Thursda%,
iec,. 26-28, Monda. Dec. 31,
and Wednesday, Jan. 2.
Sessions will be held at the
Thomas Street Recreation
Center from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
each day. Participants should
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is $80. You do not have to
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to attend.
Spring baseball and girls fast
pitch softball registration
begins Monday, Dec. 31, and
continues through Friday, Feb.
15. Age determining date is
your age on April 30, 2008.
The programs are for young
people ages 4-15. Fee is $75.
There will be an additional $10
added if you sign up after the
deadline.
An exercise program will
begin at the Starke Recreation
Department on Jan. 8 at 9 a.m.
The program will include
walking for better health, less
stress and better blood flow.
The program will also
include Taebo, aerobics, etc.
Membership is free.
For more information, call
the Starke Recreation
Department at (904) 964-6792.
"Laziness is nothing more than
the habit of resting before you
get tired."
Edgar Bergen


Josh Blye put up 10 points,
Markael Moore had nine,
James Gates had eight
(including two treys), Martella
Moore had six, Dannerius
Sheffield and Terrance Davis
had five apiece (Sheffield had
one trey), Malcolm Moore,
Tremaine Harris and Jerad
Smith had two each, and Josh
Williams chipped in one.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 19 21 11 21-72
IHS: 6 6 17 20-49

Bradford Scoring (72): E.
Blye 19, J. Blye 10, Markael
Moore 9, Gates 8, Martella
Moore 6, Davis 5, Sheffield 5,
Malcolm Moore 2, Harris, 2,
Smith 2, Williams 1. 3-
pointers: Gates 2, Sheffield,
E. Blye. Free throws: 19-32.


Class 6A last year.
-Score by Quarter
TC: 12 20 17 14-63
KHHS: 12 11 7 7-37
Keystone Scoring (37):
Buchanan 2, Campbell 2,
Crane 2, Robinson 3, Rudd 12,
Rund 8, Snowberger 6, Van
Wagner 2. 3-pointers: Rund 2.
Free throws: 3-7.


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The 2007 Spring Babe Ruth
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Starke Recreation Department
with a 50 percent discount.
They are now only $15 per
album.
To purchase albums, come
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Department at 502 N. Temple
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Earlier results:

Jasper 69 BHS 55
BHS could not make it two
in a row on the road, losing 69-
55 to Hamilton County on
Dec. 1 in Jasper.
Bradford, which was coming
off of a win over Suwannee in
Live Oak, fell behind 20-15 in
the first quarter and was
outscored in every quarter but
the second.
E. Blye led the Tornadoes
with 12 points, while Malcolm
Moore added eight.
The Tornadoes played Baker
County this past Tuesday, and
will host Union County
tonight, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 11,
Bradford travels to play


District 2-4A opponent
Middleburg at 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 15 17 6 17-55
HCHS: .20 16 14 19-69
Bradford Scoring .(55): E.
Blye 12, J. Blye 4, Davis 3,
Moore 8, Sheffield 3, Williams
3. 3-pointers: Blye, Davis,
Sheffield, Moore 2. Free
throws: 8-16.

BHS 72 Bulldogs 48
Three players scored in
double figures, with another
two just falling short of that, in
the Tornadoes' 72-48 win over
district opponent Suwannee on
Nov. 30 in Live Oak.
Bradford rode a big first
quarter to the win, outscoring
the Bulldogs 22-8.
Markael Moore led Bradford


with 17 points, while E. Blye
and Harris had 15 and 10,
respectively. J. .Blye ,and
Martella Moore each had nine
points .
Martella Moore, with one
more point, could've had a
double-double after pulling
down 10 rebounds to lead the
team.
E. Blye was the assists
leader with five.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 22 10 19 21--72
SHS: 8 10 16 14-48
Bradford Scoring (72): E.
Blye 15, J. Blye 9, Davis 2,
Harris 10, Malcolm Moore 3,
Markael Moore 17, Martella
Moore 9, Sheffield 5, Williams
4. 3-pointers: Malcolm Moore,
Martella Moore, Sheffield. Free
throws: 3-10.


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Atkinson
helps team
rally for win
Jaci Atkinson, a fifth-grade
student at Lawtey Community
School, had a successful year
as a fastpitch softball player,
with one of her
accomplishments helping her
team, the First Coast Fire, win
the River City Softball
Association Turkey Shoot in
Jacksonville.
Atkinson, the daughter of
Ben and Cheryl Atkinson, is in
her second year of playing
softball. She spent a week this
summer at the World Series at
Disney World, where her team
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The year then ended with the
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S. ; Telegraph Staff Writer
f' r Tysee Williams scored two
first-half goals as the Keystone
Heights girls' soccer team
defeated visiting Pierson
Taylor 4-2 on Nov. 30 to,
improve to 2-1 in District 5-
3A.
The Indians scored
quickly-off of a Tori Beasley
goal in the first minute-and
took a 4-0 lead into the half,
Jaci Atkinson but could not find the-goal in
the second half. However, the
from the catcher, team's first-half output was
ng Atkinson to dive over enough to hold off the
d score the tying run. Wildcats, who scored twice in
their run, scored in a the first 13 minutes of the
tiebreaker, allowed First second half.
to take the lead. Defense Katie McCollum scored
itching the team to win Keystone's second goal in the
me, which ended on a 10t minute. Williams then
)ut recorded by First scored two straight, the first
pitcher Hallie Wyldes. coming in the 19' minute and
the second in the 34"h minute.


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and improve to
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Indians had a 2-0 halftime lead
over the Raiders in a match on
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On Tuesday, Dec. 11, the
Indians host district opponent
Interlachen at 5 p.m.


BHS jayvee

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Coach Mark McGraw said
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composed of "athletic young
players who play hard and play
well together."
That quality has led them to
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"The future is bright for
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The Tornadoes walked away
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Darrin BIle had 10, including
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Cor ingion's total included one
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points each and Shanon Kiser
had three.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 16 20 18 14-68
IHS: 9 11 18 12-50

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SUCHS
Continued from p.2C

a rebound putback by Jernigan.
'"A lavup by Albritton put the
i'" -crLr up 1 5-12.
A steal by Keystone's
Robinson with less than 40
.seconds remaining led to an
. easy basket. Rudd then hit a
foul-line 'jumper with 10
,seconds left to put the Indians
,up 16-15.
. Albritton would send the
J iTigers into the locker room
with the lead, though, when he
..connected on a jumper of his
,.own before the buzzer.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 4 13 10 20-47
f,KHHS: 3 13 12 6-34

,.Scoring
1Unlon County (47): Albritton
8, Frankie Caldwell 5, Jackson
.;11, Jernigan 18, Djordje
,Milosevic 3, Vinson Wintons 2.
3-pointers: Milosevic. Free
throws: 20-34.
Keystone (34): Nathan


Buchanan" 2, Crane 8,
Robinson 4, Rudd 12, Rund 3
Matt Snowberger 5. 3-
polnters: Rund. Free throws:
15-30.

Earlier UCHS results:


W. Chapel 65 UC 50
The Tigers took on two
bigger schools in a tournament
in Mount Dora, including
Class 5A Wesley Chapel,
which handed them a 65-50
defeat on Nov. 23.
Wesley Chapel outscored
Union 30-12 in the first quarter
and led by 13 at the half.
Frankie Caldwell poured in
22 points for the Tigers and
went 6-of-10 from the foul
line. Jernigan added 12 points
and Clyde Barrriger had eight.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 12 14 10 14-50
WCHS: 30 9 16 10-65

Union County Scoring (50):
Albritton 2, Barringer 8,
Caldwell 22, Jackson 4,
Jernigan 12, Wintons 2. 3-


pointers: Jernigan, Barringer
2. Free throws: 11-20.

Eustis 60 UC 40
Caldwell led the Tigers once
again in a 60-40 loss to Class
4A Eustis in another game of
the Mount Dora tournament.
The Tigers led by six points
after the first quarter and
trailed only 26-22 at the half
before being outscored 34-18.
Caldwell had 15 points,
while Jackson added eight.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 14 8 6 12-40
EHS: 8 18 16 18-60


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 7 28 10 19-64
THS: 8 10 13 11-42

Union County Scoring (64):
Albritton 14, Barringer 6,
Caldwell 20, Jackson 10,
Jernigan 7, Wintons 8. 3-
pointers: Jackson 2, Jernigan
2. Free throws: 11-17.



GIRLS
Continued from p.3C

Bradford Scoring (57):
rooaman 16, Shantavia
2nnr 9S 20. Smith


Union County Scoring (40): 1a3Warren' 6P're
,3y Warrsn 6 Frme *
Albritton 2, Barringer 4, 16.
Caldwell 15, Jackson 8,
Jernigan 4, Wintons 7. 3-
pointers: Jackson. Free Earlier result:
throws: 3-11.
BHS 48 Baker
UC 64 Trenton 42 Slocum scored 22
A big second quarter helped Bradford, which h
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win over Trenton on Nov. 27. district opponent
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after the first quarter, but then Glen St. Mary.
outscored Trenton 28-10 to No other Bradfc
take a 35-18 lead at the half. scored in double fi
Caldwell scored seven points Goodman did ha
in the second quarter, while points.
Albritton and Jernigan each
had six. Score by Quarter
Caldwell finished the game BHS: 15 12
with 20 points. He was joined Baker: 8 7 1
in double figures by Albritton,
who had 14, and Jackson, who Bradford Scoring (
had 10. Duhart 5, Goodmar
Vinson Wintons added eight Portis 1, Slocum 2;
points. Warren 6 3-polnte
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E, 1 1E 0 some work. Call0904- med, l Marlena at Smith & Smith
CLASSIFIED ADERTS 964-8592. for medical or bsi Realtyg 904-422-0470 or
INGiShoulr 'be sut,rm1,ne 1996 CHEVY S10 EXT counting or business of- 904-964-9222.
Sto the Starke officein writ- CAB LS auto, a/c, 135K fices. $350 include 3/1 STCCO HOME AT-
ing & paid in advanceun- miles, great truck. Asking fr '' TACHED TOA 1/1 EFFI-
less credit has already $3,200, call 352-235- ices for $290 each plus 6 acreswith
been established with this 2942. ili nd additional above ground
office. A $3.00 SERVICE 1993 GMC SIERRA SLE 352-275-8531 today for a dditional oao groun
; HARGEwillbe added to V6, 5SP, EXT CAB, walk through, r l ,, p ee p 0 Will ,,in
all billings to cover post- power windows and /1HOMECOMPLETELY mobile home or RV Lo-
age & handling. THE locks, tilt cruise, good RENOVATED. 2 mles cated 2 miles from Starke
CLASSIFIED STAFF truck. Asking $3,000, call from Starke on North 301. n Hwy 100. 134th St.
CANNOT BE HELD RE- 352-235-2942. $87,500, could be re-
1999 DODGE DAKOTA zoned for small business.
SPORT.8-..CAB0... Co .....352- FORSALE3
Classifiedswheel base, a/c, auto COMMERCIALROP FOR SALE
Classieds transmission. Runs ERTYON SOUTH 301 IN
good, selling due to
health. $4700In Lake IR M. 13+ Acre in all
Butler. Call Gall at 352- S ft frnO Sn 0
258-6605 or 352-258- 500 ft frontage on 301
2833. FOR RENT South -only 3/10 mile
S E L c 1994 CADILLAC SEVILLE *; ,. .
RUNS GOOD, 153K Economy Inn from Super Walmart.
miles. Asking $1,900 lawtenF$35aU i Office
CallMelisa OBO. Call 904-364- 5 o
8047. Low Daily & Weekly Rates 2800 sq ft Building
Today! 45 famyReitService Mini-storage and Barn
Land for Sale Microwave- Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone Ideal Locatiol,*
904-964-6305 NEW LISTING t Lol Pho
ACRE LOTS. $79,900 (904) 782-3332 Call (904) 964-3827


$184,000, financing pos-
Call John at 904-964-
6305.
2/1 HOME, COMPLETELY
RENOVATED. 2 miles
from Starke on North 301.
$87,500, could be re-
zoned for small business.
Call 352-745-0039.
OWNER FINANCING -
-:,BR HMCIE onr, ,an
fenced yard. Terms ne-
gotiable. Call 352-475-
1165.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
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-


2/1 COMPLETELY RE-
MODELED -NEW AP-


TRi PLE VV I E M10"BILE
HOME ,';1rJ -.1 LC E',,-
Worthington Springs
area. Fenced and cross
fenced with paddock for
horses/livestock. Cen-
trally located between
Gainesville, Lake City
and Starke. Asking
$140,000 OBO. Call 386-
496-2756 or 352-258-
'98 JACOBSEN TRIPLE
WIDE GREAT CONDI-
TION. 2200 sq ft, 4/2 with
fireplace, textured wlls,
extra large master plus
optional 5th bedroom.
Asking $60K. Call for
appointment, 904-759-
9629 or 904-591-0276.
50
For Rent
ORANGE WOOD Apart-
ments. Rental assistance.
N.:-, i.. aii C.ui; c'e- lr,:,:,r.
7:i &r .:r HC a(:,:H-,iile
apartments. 801 South

0000 MO 8- lSPiA i,-

$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.






Call 352-475-5671.
LIKE NEW 3BR
DOUBLEWIDE 3BR/
1.5BA DWMH in Kev-


.-:.--,.- H .lrlq -,n .Ti,7 ~ .l
It -,li~j Ioni S
M .lly I r-, ide 1.:. 'lf ,j
roads. Available now, only
$700/mth rent plus de-
p,:;'il ':? :ii'*: 7 1 J'"
L' ,-O -7-F"d".: ..
L4KE 4fjT4 FE C-:,T
TAGE, 2/1, WASHER
AND DRYER, YARD
SERVICE INCLUDED.
Dock, boat lift, furnished/
unfurnished. .$850/mth,
call 352-468-2386.
2/2 MOBILE HOME ON
ONE ACRE. Close to
Keystone Heights
f;,: r,: ,,4- ,c: qu el ,-,e,,;irt,,

6260.
HOUSE FOR RENT -
Country, fenced yard,
4BR/2BA, 3 miles north
301 on 185th St. $750/
T.r f, .1 13' : ,-I ...
".6 R IH ILER IN C,",l'lri
TR CLE r] iSD PRI
VATE. Service animals
only, call 352-468-2684.
2/1.5 ON LAKE GENEVA.
Service animals only.
First and security. Call
352-473-2919.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY. No travel trailer
or RV $250/mth, call
904-796-0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
REfJT, C,-f.I FLETE ,il,


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i rStarke, FL

We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
our plantto your redi-forms.
$149 per yd + tax... delivered you!
lt "l I '^ 1-yard = 80 sq. ft. at 4" deep


town shopping, theatre, stairs apartments' in
and more! See Manager downtown Starke.- 1 2/
at the Magnolia Hotel, BR apartment, CH/A
across from the Starke $500 month. 1st, last, and
Post Office. 904-964- security deposit. Call
4303. Joan at 904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom FURNISHED 2BR MH, CH/
MH, clean, close to
rsnc Call 3t2-60 A, patio, shed, large
prison Call 352-468- fenced yard, very clean,
PEC-1323.IA T 2 6 a nR $600/mth plus security.
Starke. Service animals
homes, newlyrenovated only. Call 386-496-0683.
Deposit required. Call ONE MONTH FREE 2, 3
678-438-6828 or 678- ONRM OM gsacios
438-2865, for more infor- aa&4BEnto spanion
apartment homes starting
matMion.at$525 Waterincluded,
2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3 at$525. Water included,
c B-I HO/Mt pOus nw/d hook-ups, fitness
ACRE. $325/bm th plus r, pAr 1,
$200/dep. Pets OK. Call center co r roo
352-258-0865. pool, volleyball court, kids
RENT TOOWN -BRAND playara, clubhouse with
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage, big screen TV, great resi-
NEW3/20 1 dent activities, walking
paved road, walking dis- doot actiovtis walking
tance to Keystone distanceto schools. Pets
schools, $995/mth. Call welcome! Whispering
352,258-0 r865. Oaks Apartments, call
RENT TO OWN MOBILE 904-368-0007.
HOME IN COMMUNITY ON LAKE GENEVA
SETTING. No banks, M ECDNALRD MOKILE-
flexible terms. Lake But- 30rE Torent. 8all 0
Josh 8 9 3BR for rent. Call 904-
Or area. C-all 386-496- 04-66 9
8111. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKE BUTLER APART- LAKEFRONT-0LARGE02/
Tent, Lake BtW, F 2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
3205 P 366Street, Lake Butler, F rage, many extras, great
3204. Ph: 386-496- view. $850/mth,call678-
3141, TDD/TTY 711. 640-1524.t
Rental assistance for THE ORANGE HOUSE on
qualified applicants. 1,2,3 Orchid Ave is for rent.
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac- 2BR/1BA, service ani-
cessible apartments. mals only Friday 6p1 to
Laundry facility & play- 7po, Saturday noon-
ground. Water, sewer & 3pm. Ca19D4-504-5844.
,:i-,y ri. Ei 8o oi 3/2 MOBILE HOME ON 1/2
,.- '.i; .....:E, 0-0:,'0 ACRE IN STARKE CH/


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Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts

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352-745-1565 904-364-6907


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BHSJV
Continued from p.6C

Bradford Scoring (68): Davis
22, Blye 10, T. Covington 9,
C.J. Covington 9, Thomas 7,
Ardley 4, Williams 4, Kiser 3. 3-
pointers: T. Covington, Blye.
Free throws: 4-7.

Earlier results:

BHS 59 Jasper 42
BHS handled Jasper-
Hamilton County Dec. 1 in a
59-42 win with C.J. Covington
charting 16 points and Davis
charting 14.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 14'16 16 13-59
HHS: 10 14 10 8-42

Bradford Scoring (59): C.J.
Covington 16, Davis 14, Blye 9,
Williams 9, Ardley 5, Thomas
3, Adrian Mosley 2, Kiser 1. 3-
pointers: Thomas, Blye,
Williams. Free throws: 14-25.

BHS 64 Live Oak 26
BHS opened with 38-point
margin victory over Live Oak
Nov.. 30. The Tornadoes held
Live Oak to single digit
scoring in all four quarters.
C.J. Covington led scoring
with 19, Williams had 16 and
Blye had 10.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 17 10 22 15-64
LHS: 5 8 7 6-26

Bradford Scoring (64): CJ.
Covington 19 Williams 16.
Blye 10. Thomas 6, Davis 6. T


Covington 3, Ardley 2, Yakeem
Griner 2. 3-pointers: Williams
3, Blye 2, Thomas, Davis. Free
throws: 15-34.




PHOTOS
Continued from p.lC
gloomy nondescript soldiers'
barracks room with rumpled
unkempt cots. In sharp
counterpoint, glowing sunlight
pours through a solitary barred
window.
As with the "The Room",
the only other exception to the
mostly natural photographs is
one called "Savannah Nights."
Griffis had his camera set up
on a corner of a less reputable
area of the town to capture the
nightlife.
"I was warned," said Griffis,
"that I might get some
unwanted attention while
taking this picture at this time
of night. But fortunately there
were no problems."
Along with a lady of the
evening engaged in business
negotiations with a stopped
motorist, the time exposure
technique eerily records the
gradually fading rays of
headlights from cars w which had
long since passed. On' ,the
other side of the street opei.an
see the ghostly transparent
images of people, like the
headlights, oho had been
walking there but had moved
on.
Griffis' exhibit i ill be on
display at the library until
Saturday. Dec 15.











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A, eat-in kitchen, wall to EXTRA ROOM -nbe TO FAMILIES
wall carpet. $550/mth, CLOTHES, HOUSE-
3rd bedroom, laundry, of- HOLD ITEMS double
$550/dep plus $35 credit fice or storage roo m. ed s 159
check. Service animals Cable/satteite a valuable strollers,i etc.
only. Call904-514-9232. Bessent Rd. Saturday,
odyin aEe rooms Large bck De ember 8 9am-4p
1/1 DUPLEX- GREAT FOR fireplace, privatepark MULTI FAMILY YARD
SINGLE PERSON. with swings and slide, pri- USALE -SATURDAAND
$00/mth, first, last and vate 1/2 mile walking A ea
$150/dep. Call 352-213- path, water, septic and SUNDAY, am-5pm.
KE .. ve
6561. lawnmowing included. 899 1 SE5 0 tII vs
2/2 MOBILE HOME $700/mth plus first, last Hapon. g
FRONT PORCH AND and security. $50 senior 18
CARPORT. $575/m or single dWiscount Call LAR SE ALT, FAMILYr
$575/ security. Service 352-47534. YARDSALDE.Fday ttd
animals only call 904- NEWER HOME FOR Saturday December 7th
964-9719. RENT. Very nice 3/2 and 8h, 7664 SW CR18,
MELROSE 2/1 ON 2 house close to KHES/ Haampt Lake.
ACRES, HWY 21. $700/ KHHS with many ameni- HUGEYARDSALE LOTS
th, first, last and secu- ties. Application and OF BABY
rity. Service animals only, $1,100/mth. 640 SW infant car seats, 2 toddler
-call352-235-1143or352- Cardinal Dr. For more car seats, three
475-3094. details, contact Tia at exersaucers, grls clothes
2/1 IN MELROSE QUIET 904-887-1231. Shown by size newborn to 5T, baby
COUNTRY SETTING. appointment only boy clothes newborn to
New paint and flooring. 52 6mth, baby and children's
$450/mth,$300/dep. Call oys,mens an women
352-475-2761. Animals & Pets clothing, household and
LOOKING FOR A ROOM- PIT BULL PUPPIES 9 misc. items. Itemsare in
MATE TO SHARE RENT WEEKS OLD. Many col- great shape. Sale is Sat-
AND UTILITIES. Female ors of brindle and buck urday and Sunday, 9am-
preferred. Call 904-314- skins. Have received first 2pm. Just in time for
8530. and.second shots. $100. Christmas. Take 100W,
STARKE 2/1, $400/MTH Call 386-496-8431. right on CR225 and left on
PLUS DEPOSIT. Call Great Christmas gifts. AND SATURDAY
352-235-1386. DOG TAGS- DOG TAGS- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
KEYSTONE 2/1 CLEAN, DOGTAGS! Buythemat. 419 N. CHERRY ST.,
FENCED LOT, SAFE the Office Shop in Starke am-? Some furnitu
AREA, NEAR TOWN. on Call St. Only $4.75,0 one complete collector's
Has large walk-in closets, including postage. Many Chstma
$650/mth, possible dis- colors, shapes and styles SAVE GAS AND MONEY -
count. Call 352-473- tochoosefrom. Ca11904- SHOPUN'SGIFTS. 103
5214. 964-5764 for more infor- Edwards Rd. Quilted
HOUSE 3/1.5- NEW CEN- nation. SrsilwtreeAvon
TRIAL AIR AND HEAT, BLACK MALE MINIATURE purses, willow tree, Avon
new linoleum kitchen PONY, 12 YEARS OLD. and more.
counter tops and refrig- Excellent confirmation,
Srator, new paint inside price negotiable. Call It's still not too la
and out. Clean and ready 904-964-8592.' -
to move into. Quiet, safe PEKINGESE PUPPIES -
neighborhood, close to CKC REGISTERED. Come and s
Sschnool ana ]o*r Ioreal Health certificates, home l l
!or young l.miy .or rrl.tea grown. Call 352-468- aturDay,Dec. I
couple. References and 1045 or 352-475-2428.
credit check required. ASHA MARE SORREL ODel
$750/mth, first, last and WITH BLAZE, 2 STOCK-
deposit. Call 814-257- INGS. Not broke. Two- and Su
9825. eyed Jack and Tardy Too
WALDO VILLAS 2 BED- bloodlines. $2,000 OBO. at the olf I
ROOM APARTMENTS Call 904-364-8047
NOWAVAILABLE. $415/ 53A If you would like
mth. E.H.O. Call Nita atd likely
352-468-1971. Yard Sales
SW IN COUNTRY 2006, MBSK- MY BROTHER &
3BR/2BA, CH/A; newcar- Sisters Keeper is having
pet, mini blinds through- a yard sale, Dec. 15th
out,'wood deck, big yard, from 8am til 1pm. SFCC -
quiet area. SE 109th parking lot. Any donations '"" A tor
Street, Starke. $525/mth will be accepted at SFCC
plus deposit. Ask about Andrews Center.
senior discount. Call 352- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
468-1093 or 904-571- AT 9:30 AM. 18607 NW
6561. 84th Ave, off 100 to
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/ Bayless Hwy, follow 1.1
1.5, 1000 SQ FT. signs. Baby clothes, an- ee Fe
TOWNHOUSE. Attached tique iron skillets, some of aR 6
garage, one block to everything. .sRW8 Comr
school. $675/mth plus SATURDAY, DECEMBER
$675/sec. Call 352-473- 8, 8AM-1PM. Starke
5174. KOA, 1475 S. Walnut. SEl
HOUSE ON LAKE New and used treasures
GENEVA, 2/1.5 WITH waiting for a new home.
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Keystone Hauling & Ft. White, FL 32038
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YARD SALE -1306 PRATT Rd. across from the
ST. STARKE. Friday h uc. SALE ON
7a3p d a HUGE YARD SALE ON
79am-.pm.R ..... CR225 BETWEEN SR16
HER STUFF, HIS STUFF, ANDC22 Fdyad
ALL KINDS OF STUFF. Saturday, December tth
Take Laura Church Rd. to and 8th.
th YARD SALE 7932 NW
house to the left on the SRU FRIDAY AND
left. December 7th and SATUDAY AM
th, FridayandSaturday, MULTI FAMILY YARD
0am-5pm. SALE- FRIDAY AND
MULTI FAMILY YARD SATURDAY, 7am-? 2035
SALE FRIDAYAND SE 144th Street off Griffis
SATURDAY, 9AM-5PM. Loop. A little bit of every-
24" TV Samsung, corn- thing, 904-966-0493.
puter 3.2 GHz with 19" YARD SALE, SATURDAY
LCD and DVD burner, AM-? Wo men'sclothes,
eac 5.1 surround, and a furniture, misc. items
lot more. 100W, 3 miles beds. SR100E towards
to SW 66th Ln. Keystone, look for signs,
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND 3 miles from 301.
SUNDAY. 4 family yard 4 FAMILY YARD SALE -
sale, 2 miles east of FRIDAY ONLY, 7:30am-
Starke on CR230 to SE 3pm. Meadows Drive (lo-
17th Ave, follow signs. cated offHwy16). Medi-
Lots of good items. cal uniforms size XS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER XXL, Sonicare products,
8, 7AM-1PM. Furniture, purses,shoes, leather
etc. 24394 North US 301 jackets, clothes, women
in Lawtey. size 4-22, men XL,
BIG YARD SALE SATUR- children, furniture, home
DAY,9AM-2PM. InCoun- decor, home interior
try Club Woods, follow decorations, hunting vid-
signs from hospital. Ex- eos, music tapes, Christ-
ercise equipment, baby mas decorations, appli-
pack-n-play, other baby ances, puzzles, riding
things, entertainment toys and misc. toys, bak-
center, lots and lots of. ing dishes, misc. items.
stuff. See you Saturday. All items in excellent con-
CURIOS, TOOLS, TABLES edition, many new. Look
AND CHAIRS, LOTS OF for signs.
STUFF. December 7th BACKYARD SALE FRI-
and 8th, all day. Morgan DAY AND SATURDAY,


Ite to get a new house for Christmas.
te two great homes in Starke
15.1393 Randall St. (Green Acres)
n from 12:00 -4:00 pm
nday, Dec.16.1493157th
Course from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
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auam-? 1025West Madi-
son St., park in front and
walk to back. Lots of
good stuff new and used
at low prices. No junk,
everything clean and up-
scale. Everything fromA-
SATURDAY ONLY, 7AM-?
GRIFFIS LOOP, FOL-
LOW SIGNS. A little bit
of everything, Christmas
items, toys and house-
hold items.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
DECEMBER 7TH AND
8TH, 8AM-2PM. 6318
Bucknell Ave., Keystone
Heights High Ridge Es-
tates. Lots of goodies,
Stools, clothes, household,
everything.
DECEMBER 7TH AND
8TH, 240 CARGO WAY,
behind Wendy's in Key-
stone. Boyd Bear collec-
tion, angels and tea cup
Yorkie. Size 6 women's
shoes and pants. Also,
size 18 women's china
and kitchenware, brass


knick knacks.
792 SE 50TH ST., KEY-
STONE, 8AM-? Lots of
baby items, lots of misc.,
shelled pecans and sat-
sumas.
HURRY! HURRY!. YARD
SALE ON FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 9am-2pm.
St. Anne's Episcopal
Church, Magnolia Ave.,
Keystone Heights.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-3PM. 114 Lake
Rosa Ln., off SR26, follow
signs. Near Lake Swan
Camp. Dressers, dining
table, household items.
RUNNING EVERY SATUR-
DAY UNTIL CHRIST-
MAS. Complete set of
Avon Christmas plates,
1972-?, electric hospital
bed, wheelchair, some
tools, large M & M collec-
tion, 100+ VCR tapes and
CDs, lots of nice clothes,
shoes, jackets and jew-
elry, many Christmas
items, lots of odds and
ends. Hwy 100 across
from Lake Geneva Post
Office.
GARAGE SALE SATUR,
DAY, DECEMBER 8TH,


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922 E. Rrownlee St. Starke, Florida

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stone Heights. Bounce 1 st house on right. Low
House (moonwalk), $200: prices. 7731 Beachview
Twin captain's bed, $175. St
Treadmill, toys, videos/ 53C
DVDs, misc., household Lake Butler
KEYSTONE UNITED Yard Sales
METHODIST CHURCH LAKE BUTLER FRIDAY
THRIFT SHOP will be AND SATURDAY,
open Friday, December 8:30am-4pm. Cook-
7th and Saturday, De- books. clones (hll a bag
member 8th, 10am-2pm. for I3) VCR 34;1 DVD
Normal Wed. hours are reccOPei ana more 220
9am-lpm. We will be SEIstSt.
closed December 26th BIG YARD SALE-THURS-
and January 2nd.. Spe- DAYJ=RIDAY AND SAT-
cializing in winter clothing URDAY, 8am-? A.variety
and.shoes for $2/bag all. of items including 24x52
month. pool witfi sun dome,
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE $1,500. Take SR121
SALE- SATURDAY, Sam- South, turn right on 57th
3pr. Travel 1.25 miles Terrace, just past Clyatt'.s
from SR21 and SR100 Well Drilling, 386-496-
traffic light, south on 1619.


Last Auction of the Year
Antiques, Gold, Silver,
& Diamond Jewelry & Coins
Fri., Dec. 7, 700 p.m.

Keystone Hts. Lion's Club on
Orchid Ave. across from High Sch.

Terms of auction: Cah'or check wlD. Visa. MhC.
Debit Card 12'. Bu,,cr' Premium plus l3% 2"6 BP
discount w/cash or check.

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Call for information
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Wanted I,,,,i .a deitr. Ra
REWARD OF $500-$1,000 lliit. 'llmmiiit a
PAI. FC.,R FL,'IIl't A t .tt1L-, -,
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Aan FL pia- I, ro,. leave message.
t190 :,:p I, i iCl011'" ANNIE ,iLLA.rING SER
q mN"63 p', r"' o. nVICE rNtED HOME
3,-Call'. 0 0 In cral W9-i ,n4.2824
3,:t.,:l -31-aoif LAWNS MOWED LAND
57 SCAPING AAND IRRIGA
For Sale TION FlPAIRS Call
t386 sT nt 5 1 592 4tcfIre
:_ED KltNG SIZE Plll, C.AloD 36n ,'onaLle e
Tirct n Rrsonat-le iais
,Tnre: ana bro>).,lln.j GRAHFAM -- MOWING
.ig ryn r.s Jh"ir I-: -I SERVICE Bufhhogi ri.n
and rough woods mow-
ing, Weekly service.avail-
able. Free estimates,
BEDROOM SET 7 piece 386-752-4641 or 386-
BEDROOM SET 7 piece 623-1026.
Gorgeous cherry queen/ COMPANION/SITTER- Do
king bed, dresser, mirror, you need someone'to
2 nightstands, chest stay withyour loeoned
available, dovetail con- stao o a ake abrak
struction. New still in so you can tae a break
boxes. Retail $6100, sac- Over 25 years experience
rifice for $1100. 352-377- inthemedical field,expe-
9846. rience with geriatrics,
DIN5NG ROOM SUITE- alzheimers and dementia
-........... v ...y 6... patients. Please call for
,i, niaendrle rhasli and introduction and to dis-
.1h.l-.j r,ut-.h An d burl! cuss your loved ones
3rar,, nra illn i boxed needs. Call 352-478-
Cn el, isasa Relal S5800 l 9010.
s.r,,1ce.e 1100 352-377 63
9846. 63
BE[-QUEEN orthopedic Love Lines
Piilowtop mattress and YOUNG, HANDSOME
boX. Name brand, new in AND ROMANTIC DOC-
piat;i,: %lih wCil..i. lt TOR looking for girlfriend,
Car, 1 .ir Sa ciic-" age 18-28, to travel and
1100 C all 352 7-'72-588 share good times. Send
DRiEtWA', MATERIALS photos and info to
BRADFORD LIMEROCK drtomas2@yahoo.com.
SALES Phone 904- S.W.M., 38, NEW TO
:-3172 ori 901 -5:9- STARKE SEEKING
9126. S.W.F for conversation,
U-PICK PECANS IN maybe more. So talk to
.STARKE, $1/LB OR me. Please leave clear
PICK ON HALVES. phone number. Lonely,
Thursday, Friday or Sat- but not desperate, 904-
urday, 9am-5pm. Call 964-8703.
904-964-7824 or 904- 64
364-6626 for directions.
WASHER AND DRYER Business
SET, 90 DAY WAR- Opportunities
RANTY, $175. Side by
side refrigerators, starting AVON CHRISTMAS SEA-
^Idehutams.1stoning SONEARN ESTRA$$
at $150. Also, stoves, dif- SON, EARN TRA $
ferent styles. Call 904- Start'today, $10 start-up
964-8222i fee, 50% to start. Call
KENMORE WASHER and Sherry at 904-964-8851
dryer, new type $75 and or800-269-4216code05.
up each, electric stove, LIQUOR LICENSE -
written guarantee, deliv- Bradford County. No
ery available. For ap- transfer fee.
poistments, call 9O4-964- RealtyMasters, Realtors.
8801. 800-523-7651.
MATTRESS TWIN t els 65
$89, full sets. $S129,
Queen sets$159,King 'Help Wanted
sets $189. Mattress Fac- POSTAL JOBS $17.38-
tory, 441 East Brownlee $2758/HR NOW HIR-
St. Save a lot. Cash and INGO For- appointment
carry. Call Sonia at 352- and free government job
473-7173 or 904-964- info, callAmerican Asso-
3888. ciation of Labor at 913-
2LOTS- KINGSLEYLAKE 599-8226, 24hrs,emp.
CEMETERY. $500 each senr.
or $900 for both. Call DRIVERS TOP PAY 8
Charles at 386-752-0029. E X C E L L E N I
USED FURNITURE HOMETIME We train
GOOD CONDITION. car. haulers. Superior
Sofa.with sleeper, love benefits package. CDL-
;.-at coaff rabie erd A win 2"years OTR ex
itla ncd larle lIamp., pere..80 B58e1e-9139-
3 i st C sII 904-964. NOW HIRING ULL TIME
528 SALES ASSOCIATE
TWO, PIECE SECTIONAL Tuesday 9amn5prn and
SOFA BEIGE $100 30 Saturday 9am.4pm
gas propane lsove. $35
C.ll904-.364.2162
DRUMS LIKE NEWI 5
PC SET 81ac Percus.
s iir.r Plu.s 250 Call I
Glenn 319045964 6182
FRESH PECANS GREAT :
TASTING Any quanifry r'L
We pclC Ic.r i1 50,'lb or f i ti
y.:u pici fr S 1 00ilb Call 71 "88

59
Personal 0 Yrs.
Services
GOLDEN' FAITH MINIS i
TRIES BOOKS AND
OPENED' Locaiea at
101 EdaraisRd. Sarke
Call 904-964-7579.
CHRISTMAS AND HOLI-
DAY DECORATING IN
YOUR HOME. Working
too many hours? Sched-
ule too hectic? Disabled?
Stressed out trying to do
it all? Or just want somne-
one with experience to/-
coordinate your holiday? .
Let me help! 4 years S
ae-:ora3lrg Irees in PV
B-aith FiOsl 2 years, in //
letmor dergn For more
,nlo trnecrs sull.31h.n and
Di'.1qnz tV veronica al
:LARKi FCOLrUNDATIONJ RE
FAIRS. INC CcrleciMn
ofl lirmlle n& w1er-dam.
. -aged wood & sills Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or Empla
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION C
MeH landpacaages 1-
(00).287 1144
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Strong people skills and opportunity employer, M/
retail sales experience FIDN.
required, will train. Call CARPENTER 40 HRS/
Christine at 904-434- WK; 7:30-4:00. Wages
0067, Starke area. based on experience and
Certified Lumber Grader qualifications. Contact
Whitehouse Lumbermill Frank Knott, 904-284-
West Fraser Inc. is ac. 8548, PenneyRetirement
cepting applications for Community. Drug Free
the position of Certified Work Place & EOE.
Lumber Grader for the PLUMBER 40 HRS/WK,
Jacksonville location. .7130-4:00. Wages based
This position is respon- on experience and quali-
sible for grading lumber fications. Contact Frank
based on ALS/SPIB grad- Knott, 904-284-8548,
ing rules and monitoring Penney Retirement Con-
quality control of lumber. munity. Drug Free Work
Applicants must have a Place & EOE.
high school diploma or COMPANYSPECIALIZING
GED with industry related in Erosion control now hir-
experience. Must be able ing the following posi-
to demonstrate valid cer- tions: Class A CDL driv-
tification with company's ers Clew leaders me
contracted grading chanic equipment opeia
agency. This position is lots, laborers vald Div-
for the day shift with a pay eis license a Mu.i' Fax
rate of $14,39 to $15.68. e esume to 904e275 3292
Overtime may be re- or call 904 275.4960
quired. Interested parties EOE Drug Free Wo.5k
should submit a resume place:
to Shelley Walsh @ (fax) CNA/LPN/RN 24-32/WK.
904-695-3862 or CONTACT EMILY
shelley.walsh@west GUERRA, 904-284-
fraserinc.com. West 8578, Penney Retirement
Fraser Inc is an equal







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
* 401k plan
* Paid vacation
* Health benefits
Call (386) 397-3800
to set up an interview /


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Use code "FLCNHI
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Notice: Post
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Commwunlty. Dru Free
w ,r .l F'la,:e _,,1E"--E
-H(-,P HELP rDEEDED ii-
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 o on CR
325.
CAREGIVER CNA and/or
2 years experience work-
ing with elderly or dis-
abled clients. 2 or 3 days
perweek. Su-E's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
RN OR LPN, PT/PRN -
PENNEY RETIREMENT
COMMUNITY. Contact
Emily Guerra at 904-284-
8578, Drug Free Work-
place/EOE.
WALDO VILLAS MAINTE-
NANCE MAN AND SUR-
ROUNDING areas, Call
352-468-1971.
GOOD PAY AND BEN-
EFITS Are you tired of
minimum pay and no ben-


efits? It all starts here.
We provide traiining in
various technical fields.
Receive great pay while
in training, 100% medical
and dental coverage, and
more. No experience
necessary. 17-34 year
old, H.S. grads. Call 1-
800-342-8123, Mon.- Fri.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
- Housekeeping Aide PT
evenings (waxing and
buffing floors). House-
keeping Aide, FT days.
For further information,
please visit our website at
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com. 386-496-2323, fax
386-496-1611. Equal
Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
- Registered Nurse, FT
and PRN positions. Para-
medic PRN. Lab MLT/
MT-FT, PT and PRN po-
sitions (competitive sal-
ary). Radiology Tech-
nologist, PRN weekend
call. For further informa-
tion, please visit our
websitehat www.
lakebutlerbospital.com.


CDM Contracting, Inc.
in Lake Butler, FL is searching for an

Office Assistant
Qualified applicants will be familiar with
Microsoft Office and Quickbooks.
Email resumes to:
s.cooksey(Si)cdmcontracting.com
or tax to (386) 496-3885 ith coter sheet
CDO is a drug free organization.
Pre-Employment drug testing requiredl
Equal Employment Opportunity/AffirmaatveActon Employer



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Retirement Benefits, incl. Health
SExcellent Training Program

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107C Edwards Rd., Starke, FL



L-%M CIT'. Secut

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Grant Funded I
Secretarial work of a
varied nature. First
point of contact for
current and prospective
Allied Health Academy '
students. High school
diploma or equivalent
plus three years
secretarialor clerical
experience. Proficient in
Word and Excel.
Experienceastart
assistant tolamanager
desired.
Salary: $21,612
annually, plus benefits.
Deadline for
applications:
Dec. 17, 2007.
Special consideration
for applicants with-an
certificate in a related
area. College
application required..
PosCiion details and
application allable on '
the %Aeb at .
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries; Human
Resources ,
Ljake Cm\ Communil\ ,
College
149 SE College Place
Lake CII. FL 32025
Phone 13!36 7S4-4-ll4-
EmalCheck
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Southern
Association of Co.leg e-s e 7'0'-
VP/ADA/EA/EO 1
College in Education &
Employment 904.


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ment Opportunity/Drug abilities evenings/week-
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position of "Water an screening. 1 year expe-
waaaewaletr Opepslori3 L rience in related field, DL,
and wastatwaterexperi- starts at $7.50/hr. Call
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required CDL- Class B CUSTOMER SERVICE
licenserequired. Wewill MANAGER FOR H & R
train the selected appi- BLOCK in Starke. Pos-
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* Aviation Institute of C H E R 0 K E E 3-35 Acre Tracts
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i (888)349-5387. REAL ESTATE... Wooded acreage with
cherokeemountainre lots of paved road
SFlorida Real Estate alty.com Call for frontage. $8,000 per
:U.S. Marshals free brochure acre. Call Norris
Auction Ft. (800)841-5868. Bishop Realty @
Lauderdale, FL SFH (229)890-1186.
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D sq ft. Min Bid LAKEFRONT w/ 5000sqft custom
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:t U.S. Marshals park-like setting, location Call Norris
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I FL SFH 3BR/2BA Tennessee lake in (229)890-1186.
I 1,680+/7 sq ft. Min private community.
I Bid $94,250. Bid Excellent financing.
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R MOUNTAINS 5 to 100x250 Factory
r Real Estate acres riverfront on direct to contractor
I BEAUTIFUL N. Big Reed Island or customer.
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T.o years experience ir
acute care nursing
Teaching experience to
include clinical,
classroom, distant
learning and online
course exp desired.
Salary based on degree
and exPerience, plus .
benefits.
Associate Professor,
RN Program
Temporan 1/21080to
7/30'08
Conduct the learning '
expenencein the
classroom, laboratory,
and/or clinical areas
MSN or MN.
x/minimum of 18
graduate hour in field.
State oi Florida l hcensed
RN or license eligible.
To Nears experience in
acute care nursing.
Teaching and online
course exp desired.
Salar based on degree
and e\p Retiremeon
benefits onl).
Associate Professor,
Practical Nursing
Program
228 Das Gran Funded
Conduct the learning
eperence in the
classroom, laboratory
and /or clinical area
BSN required, master's
degree in nur-ing
preferred Siate of
Flonda licensed RN. or
license eligible Tuo
.ears experience in acute
care nursing Teaching
and online course exp.
desired Salary based on
degree and experience,
plus benefits.
Nursing Skills Lab
Instructor
,228 Days
Conduct the learning
experience in the skill
and aimulailon
laboraslones BSN or MIF
w,,'miimum 18 hours in
field preferred. Sitle To
Florida licensed RN, or
license eligible Tuo
Nears experience in acute
care nursing Teaching
experience Salary base
on degree and
experience, plum benefits
Academic
Ada isorlRecruiter,
Allied Heallh
Grant Funded
Responsible for the
academic adisement an,
recriltmenl for students
enrolled in or seeking
entrance into. an Allied
Health profess on
iMasler's degree in
student deielopmenl,
counseling. ps)cholog),
education, or a health
occupaiion Salan
$37.500. plus beneiLts
All position open until
filled.
College application and
copies oft ranscnpis
required Position detail
and application deallabli
ontheuebat:
iu .lakecii\c edu
Inquiries Human
Resources
Lake Ciii Communuil
College
149 SE College Place
Lake CII. FL 32025
Phone 3860i754-4314
Fax. 86P 7544.4594
E-mail-
boeltcherg@elakecit)cc
edu
LCCC is accredited by,
the
Southern Aocwilion
of Colleges and Schools
\ P'ADA/EA/EO
College in Education &
Employment






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