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Creation Date: December 13, 2007
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An-onn Throo. S actions Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007


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SNote This!

Parents please note
that Thursday.
Dec. 20 and
Friday, Dec. 21
\ ill be early
release dass for
students.
Students at LBES
%ill be released at
12:15 p.m. and
students at LBIMS
and UCHS iill be
released at 12:30
p.m.

The school
Christmas break
begins when school
is let out on
Friday, Dec. 21.
School *ill resume
on Monday, Jan. 7.


Christmas band
performance
planned
Tonight, 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.
The concert is free and open
to the public.


Presentation of
the timeline of
Jesus Christ
SAnchtr 'Christ Central
Ministries presents 'Back to
Bethlehem," .a free
presentation of the timeline
of Christ
Walk or drive through
Friday Sunday, Dec. 14-16,
from 7 to 9 p.m. each night.
The event will take place
on Southwest 71s 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'-Trail
(across from Chapman
Photography). Look for
billboard display sign at
turn.



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


Items for
Christmas
baskets still
being accepted
When counting our
blessings this Christmas
season, please remember
those in need. Monetary or
non-perishable food
donations for Christmas
baskets can be dropped off at
the following locations: the
Union County Public
Library, Mercantile Bank,
LBES, UCHS and the
Reception and Medical
Center.
In order to have the
baskets ready for delivery on
time, all donations must be
received no ,later than
Wednesday, Dec. 19.
For more information, call
496-3432.


Couple struggles to provide basic needs for grandchildren
Ihe sometime next year to gain full
In conjunction with the custody. Teresa said that she
Big Red Christmas Drive, knows his parents love him,
the Times will continue to but are just incapable of
run a feature each week providing for his emotional .-
on a family in the nd financial needs full-time.
community who needs a Right now, Teresa is '
little bit of help this concerned that her, husband, \ -i
holiday season. sole provider for he family, is
in jeopardy of losing his truck- '
BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN driving job because of
Times Staff Writer accumulated points on his
license. "We'll know
Daniel and Teresa Tyler something next week for sure
have lived in Lake Butler since and if he looses his job, that .. -.
July 1999 after losing their means we will lose this house
home in Starke. Teresa's too because we already have
mother passed away in two mortgages on it," Teresa I fi ,--'
September that same year. said.
Since then, its been just one They adopted their oldest ..
thing after another for the grandson, Travis, now 13,:
Tylers. "Every time we get shortly after he was born. The
back on our feet, something Tylers were not even aware
else comes along and knocks they had another grandchild
us back down again," Teresa until they received a call from
said. his mother in Texas telling
The Tylers are raising two of them to either come get him or
their grandchildren, Travis, 13, they were putting him up for
(of whom they have full adoption. The Tyler's youngest
custody) and his half-brother, child had just left the nest
Daniel, 9 months old. Another when they scraped everything
grandson, the boy's cousin they could, worked a fe\y flea
Joshua, stays with them during markets, and raised the money
the day while his mother to travel to Texas to get ravis. TeresaTyler with her grandsons Daniel, Travis and Joshua. Tyler and her
Daniel has been with the that it is gointeeo cost her husband were recently awarded temporary custody of nine-month-old Da
Tylers since his birth. The $2,800 to have baby Daniel
boy's parents also lived with circumcised. They plan to use
them until Daniel was five whatever money they receive decision, she just found out it Daniel is coping with an inner sorts of skin
mo getths old andhey "Thre able from their, cas return to elp makes the child ineligible for ear infection and a cold and allergies and also
to e their n place Three pay for it, because Medicaid ma the annot ffrd et hi te put in his
weeks later, they brought vill not offer the family any medicaid thee cannot afford to et hi n tubes put s n his
Daniel back to me," Teresa assistance. c knew nether one of tem t te r less p toils removed
said When they wereto pay child for any prescriptions he may age.
Just to eeks ago, the temporary custody of Daiel, support and haing it court- need. Remaining optimistic, Teresa is us
Tyers ere awarded she refused t go after court ordered when have just caused Teresa said that things were handful of cloth
Tylers were awarded she refused to go after court- more problems," Teresa said. with Travis because he See NEEDS
temporary custody of Daniel ordered child support from his nfortatel, rht now worse with Travis because he SeeNEEDS
and hope to return to court parents, and because of that fortunate rig as orn with asthma, had all


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Page2A UNION COUNTY TIMES Dec. 13, 2007


Congressman Ander Crenshaw
recently held a Vietnam Veterans
Recognition ceremony at the Naval
Air Station in Jacksonville. Three of
the more than 250 veterans who
signed up to receive a certificate of
recognition were from Lake Butler.


Union County Tax Collector Palsy Elixson (right)
purchases some holiday stamps from Worthington
Springs postmaster Rhoda Russ.



the Oath of Office
ty Supervisor of W orthington Springs

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Elections chief Debbie Osborne with husband
Robert Osborne, son Shane Goldie, daughter Angie
Osborne and granddaughter Kayla following the
swearing-in ceremony.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INI
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 63-2007-51-CA
US. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE STRUCTURED ASSET
INVESTMENT LOAN TRUST,
2005-3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH'HENRY KIRBY JR A K/A
JOSEPH HKIRBY
JR cial
Dererldant(s).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuani to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
Novewmer 28. 2007 and entered in
Caso, No 63-2007-51-CA ol he
Circuii Court oI the EIGHTH
Judicial Circuit in and for UNION
County, Florida wherein U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
STRUCTURED ASSET
INVESTMENT LOAN TRUST,
2005-3, is the Plaintiff and
JOSEPH HENRY KIRBY JR A/WA
JOSEPH H KIRBY JR;
STEPHANIE M KIRBY; are the
Defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT
DOOR OF THE MIDDLE OF THE
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE
at 11:00 AM, on the 10th day of
January, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND ON
NORTH SIDE OF 4th AVE.
BEGINNING ON ACL RAILROAD
COMPANY'S RIGHT OF WAY;
THENCE WEST ON NORTH SIDE
OF 4th AVE. TO A POST 20 FEET
EAST OF LAND OF B.M.
LEVERETT & COMPANY;
THENCE EAST ALONG THE LINE
OF B.M. LEVERETT &
COMPANY'S LAND TO THEIR
SOUTHEAST CORNER: THENCE
NORTH TO THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF B.M. LEVERETT &
COMPANY'S LA lD, THFNCE
SOUTH TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING ON ACL. RAILROAD
COMPANY'S RIGHT OF WAY 4TH
AVE. REFERRED TO IN THE
SECOND SURVEY OF J.W.
PATTEN OF THE TOWN OF
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS,
FLORIDA ON WHICH LAND IS
LOCATED A COMPLETE SEA
ISLAND COTTON GINNERY,
ALSO COMMENCING AT A
POINT 200 FT. FROM THE ACL
RAILROAD RIGHT OF WAY ON.
THE NORTH SIDE OF 4TH AVE;
IN BLOCK I, AND RUNNING
NORTH TO BLOCK K, THENCE
RUNNING WEST TO IDA M.
BARRY" PROPERTY, THENCE
RUNNING SOUTH TO 4TH AVE.
THENCE RUNNING EAST TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
.ACCORDING TO THE SURVEY
OF J.W. PATTEN OF THE TOWN
OF WORTHINGTON SPRINGS,
FL; BEING THE SAME LANDS AS
WERE CONVEYED TO WESLEY
W. ROBERTS AND LOIS ELAINE
ROBERTS BY DEED RECORDED
IN DEED BOOK 7, PAGE 166
PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION
COUNTY;FLORIDA, A/K/A 3834
SW S.R. 121, Worthington Springs,
FL 32697.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this court on December 7, 2007.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact
(904) 469-3711 (Voice) or (904)
374-3639 (Voice or TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-
955-8771.
12/13 2tchg 12/20


Christmas lights
on display

Thefollowing locations were
called in by our readers as
having great Christmas
decorations to see.
If you have seen any other
great decorations, contact us
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.

H From Lake Butler, SR-121
to CR-239A, turn right, it
is the first house on the
right.
SFromi SR" 121,' head omh
on SK 231 tkrdk tilhe
Reception and Medical
Center.

H 525 SW 2"d Avenue,
located across from the
entrance to Lake Butler
Middle School.

> Head east on SR-
100/Main Street, look to
the right after going
through town. Address is
15733 SR 100.

> SR-121, turn right on CR-
796, around the curve past
LaSteel to stop sign and
turn right. Follow to the
first stop signand look left
for the lights.

> A huge, brightly lit star is
suspended from the tower
at the Flying Tiger airport.
Take SR-121 to
Worthington Springs, turn
left on CR-18A to the
entrance of the Flying
Tiger airport.


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BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
New Worthington Springs
postmaster Rhoda Russ isn't
new to the area at all. Russ has
lived in Lake Butler since
1996 and lived in Starke for 15
years prior to that. Originally
from Maine, her father bought
some vacation land here years
ago and she fell in love with
the place.
She began her career with
the U.S. postal service more
than 20 years ago as a part-
time mail carrier and then
clerk at the Lake Butler post
office. In 1993, she became the
only mail carrier for the entire
city of Lake Butler.
"The whole city route was
my responsibility," Russ said.
It took her approximately two
hours to organize the mail and
another six hours to deliver it
each day. Needless to say, she
knows her way around Lake
Butler and just about everyone
in it.
"She's the best," said postal
customer Alan James of
Worthington Springs.
Russ applied for the position
of postmaster in Worthington
Springs following the
retirement of former
pos'niaister Pat Monroe in
August
"I really love it here,
although I do miss my Lake
Butler customers and
coworkers," Russ said.
Being the type of person
who loves to keep things
organized, filed and stacked
properly with everything in its
place, the job suits her well.
Her daily routine requires a lot
of mental numbering, checks
and balances that must be done
on a regular basis.
She did say that the best
thing about working inside the
post office as opposed tc


driving a route is not having to
worry about the weather. "It's
always nice inside here," she
said.
Surprisingly, Russ has found
the Worthington Springs' post
office keeps her rather busy. In
fact, she's already
contemplating getting at least a
part-time assistant.
There are customers
constantly coming in and out
of the office for services, many
of which must pick up their
mail from their mailboxes each
day because a large rental
housing area located just
behind the post office does not
have mailboxes set up for its
residents. The customers do
not seem to mind too much, as
mailbox rental rates are
reasonably priced at just $1 a
week or $52 a year for the
larger sized boxes and less
than 75 cents a week just $36
a year for the smaller sized
boxes.
Russ has her new office
decorated for the holidays, fdll
of great little stocking stuffers
available to purchase at the
post office.
Union County Tax Collector
Patsy Elixson is a regular
customer at the Worthington
Springs post office. When
Russ delivered the mail in
Lake Butler, she would see
Elixson at her office each
weekday in the courthouse and
now she gets to see her near
her home in Worthington
Springs.
"She's so wonderful. We are
lucky to have her here,"
Elixson said.
Russ and her husband live in
Lake Butler. She has two
daughters, Ashleigh and Jayda,
two grandsons Weston and
Jordan, and three step-
grandchildren Asthton and
Andrew who reside in Raiford.


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Congressman Crenshaw, James Williams and
Commander of the Navy Region Southeast, Rear
Admiral Michael Vitale. Photo courtesy of David Taft.


Congressman Crenshaw, Lake Butler resident Willie
Busby and Commander of the Navy Region
Southeast, Rear Admiral Michael Vitale. Photo
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School news


Boys, girls

LBMS

basketball

teams win

against

Braves

In the LBMS girls basketball
game against the Chiefland
Braves, the Lady Tigers took a
home court win with a score of
25-23.
At the end of the first period,
only the Braves had scored,
taking a 6-0 lead over the
Tigers. At the beginning of the
second period, Shakeylia
Griffin scored the first 2 points
basket for the Tigers.
Chiefland answered with
another score of their own,
followed by the Tigers making
the basket, not once, not twice,
but three times in a row, to tie
the score, 10 10 at the half.
In the third, the Tigers
scored a 3-pointer to break the
tie, answered by the Braves
with a 3-pointer of their own,
again tying up the game, 13-
13.
In the fourth period, the
Braves and the Tigers fought
up and down the court. It was
anybody's game up to the end,
but the Tigers ended the game
with a 25-23 win over the
Braves.
dcl.. lie LBMS bo1 s faced
the Braves and gained a 42-24
win.
Kendall Wright scored the
first basket of the game,
followed by Dalton
Southerland and a others to
bring the Tigers to a 13-5 lead
over the Braves.
There was an impressive
steal by the Braves in the third,
but the basket was missed.
LBMS scored big, ending the
period 42-12.
At the start of the final
period, the Braves scored three
baskets in a row bringing them
to 18 points..

There was a foul against the
Braves on Jordan Green, but
Green missed both free throws.
Although Chiefland scored
two more baskets, their force
was not enough for a victory
over the Tigers, who ended the
game with a 42-24 win.

Submitted by Clay Abraham, a
student at LBMS




Individual player stats of the
LBMS Lady Tigers basketball
team were provided by Coach
Thomas.

LBMS @ Williston 13-19 (1)

S. Griffin: rebounds 4, assists
Q. Edwards: points 4, rebounds 1
S. Gillen: points 3
K. Jones: points 4, assists 4
J. Henderson: points 2, rebounds 3
C. Roberts: rebounds 1

Chiefland @ LBMS 28-24 (w)

S. Griffin: points 6, rebounds 5,
assists 3, steals 1
J. Henderson: points 3, rebounds 6,
assists 1, steals I
S. Gillen: points 4, rebounds 3, steals 4
K. Jones: points 10, rebounds 5,
assists 1, steals 5
Q. Edwards: points 4, rebounds 10,
assists 1, steals i, block 1
D. Sirmones: points 1, rebounds 1,

LBMS @ Ft. White 27-6 (w)

K. Jones: points 4, rebounds 5,steals I,
block 3
D. Sirmones: points3,rebounds 2,
steals 4, assists i, blocks 5
Q. Edwards: points 8, rebounds 6,
S. Gillen: points 4, rebounds i, steals
7, blocks 6
C. Roberts: rebounds i, steals 1, block
2
S. Griffin: points 4, rebounds 7, assists
J. Henderson: rebounds 6
T. Jenkis: points 2
Ruth Raines @ LBMS
43-12 (w)
J. Henderson: rebounds 2, steals I,
blocks 1
S. Griffin: points 21, rebounds 8, steals
10
A. Holtzclaw: rebounds 4
S. Gillen: assists 4


Q. Edwards: points 2, rebounds 7;
K. Jones: points 7, rebounds 6, steals 4
C. Roberts: points 2, rebounds 1, steals
D. Sirmones: points 2, rebounds 5
T. Jekins: points 7, rebounds
C. Walsh: points 2
A. Ivins: steals 1
T. Sirmones: rebounds 2


The comedy
'Dearly Departed'
at UCHS Dec. 14-
16
The Union County High
School Theatre Department is
proud to present the play
"Dearly Departed."
In the storyline of the play,
one seriously dysfunctional
family's issues and events
show that true southern
living-and even dying-is
chaotic, yet extremely
humorous.
Family problems
overshadow the seriousness of
the funeral for Bud Turpin, the
departed. See if the family can
pull themselves out of their
own problems long enough to
get Turpin into his coffin and
in the ground.
The show hits the stage of
the high school auditorium on
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14-
15, at 7:30 p.m. and again on
Sunday, Dec. 16, at 3 p.m.
Admission price is $5 per
person at the door.
This comedy contains adult
situations and mild language.


Dec. 13, 2007 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A

hat they do not feel the strain
of what she' and her husband
are going through. Daniel
iteeds size three disposable
diapers, baby food (Daniel
doesn't like to eat any greens),

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When asfd Ta se d game "Burnout 3a He also
"esn' "n lind ni kes anything to do with the
"F1 ""i '.4 .'e.ther, and hopes to be a
,iormn chaser some day. He
w. .-.ed to have a borrowed copy
o.. o his favorite movie,
w ."Twister," and would like. to
own a copy for himself.
Members of the UCHS drama class practice for the upcoming performances of Travis mould like some Haot
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Terri Brown, Patricia Geisenburg, Tyler Gordon, Cameron Lee and Melissa Pl"Smackdown verses Raw '08"mes
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and "Spiderman III." He also
N EED S likes football, particularly the
Jaguars, Cowboys and
Dolphins. "NCAA teams I like
Continued from p. 1A are the Seminoles, Hurricanes
Daniel and said that from time and Gators,"Travis said.
to time, his mother will buy If you would like to help the
disposable diapers for him Tyler out the Tyler family,
when she can. "Brittany please contact Mindy Goodwin
Johnson, a dispatcher with the of the Big Red Christmas
Union County Sheriff's Office, Dri\ e at 352 49-14-3320' or by
Lake Butler Middle School FFA has helped me out e Cmailing
scores big at sub-district tremendously wvith getting bigredchristmasdrive@yahoo.c
some things for the baby and om. To see photos of other'
she even gave me. a bag of families in the community\ r ho
clothes lot himn," Teresa said. ha\ e been helped or are still in
When asked what she could need of assistance during
specifically use, Teresa said Christmastime, visit
doesn't need anything, for .i .reeieeb.ca' biredehri
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Winning first place was the LBMS parliamentary procedures team. Team
members include (1-r) Kelsey Brooker, Tanner Lemay, Danielle Pate, Morgan
Dukes, Ryan Perez, Sierra Self. Kierslen Davision and Kayla Freeman.


Support education
and drive away a
winner
How would you like drive a
new truck in the new year?
The Bradford County
Education Foundation could
help make that possible.
The foundation is once again
selling tickets to raise funds
for education, this time for a
chance to win the 2008
Chevrolet Silverado which is
on display at Capital City
Bank.
Tickets are on sale for $50
and can be purchased from any
board member or at Capital
City Bank, Community State
Bank, Roberts Insurance, the
Bradford County School Board
office, Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center or the
Bradford County Telegraph.
The truck drawing will take
place Saturday, Jan. 26, at the
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce's
annual banquet, which also
hosts the foundation's silent
auction. You do not have to be
present to win.
Tickets for the banquet are
on sale as well at the chamber
for $65 each or $1,000 for a
corporate table. The social
hour and silent auction will
begin at 5 p.m.
Call the chamber at (904)
964-5278 for more
information.


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Christmas Chair:
a holiday treat for
kids
The Lake Region
Community Theatre proudly
presents the return
performance of the musical
"The Christmas Chair" by Jack
Stella and Karyn Merritt.
A special event for children
of all ages and those young at
heart, Santa's list is not quite
complete and the old clock on
the workshop wall is ticking
away the minutes. The elves
hurry to finish preparing the
toys and the Christmas Chair
for Santa's arrival, only they
run into a little problem named
Elmer.
Listen to Mrs. Claus as she
teaches the elves about a toy
called a dreidle, and become
part of the fun as Marvin and
Kristin try to keep Elmer out
of mischief.
The theater is located at 218
S.E. Walnut St. in Starke, and
tickets are $12 for adults and
$10 for children 12 and under.
Performance dates are Dec.
13-15 at 7 p.m. The Sunday
matinee is sold out.
Tickets are on sale for the
other, performances at the box
office, so call and reserve
yours at (352) 226-4082.





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ABOVE: The judges for this
year's parade entries were
(I-r) UCHS teacher and CPA
Sandra Gass, Zach Smith
of Mercantile Bank and
county commissioner
Karen Cossey.



RIGHT: Pastor Scott Fishel
and others from the
Church of Christ sang
carols during the parade.


Musician has local ties
Andrew Peterson is the son song "Pass Over Us," and
of Arthur and Janis Peterson of works its way through the
Lake Butler. A 1992 graduate kings and prophets with their
of Union County High School, many prophecies about the
Peterson is in his eighth year coming Messiah, featuring the
of presenting his musical tour song "So Long, Moses," to the
"Behold the Lamb of God," 400 years of silence before
six of which have included a God told Mary she would have
presentation at the historic a baby, featuring the song
Ryman Auditorium in "Deliver Us. "
Nashville, Tenn. After the song "Matthew's
On Sunday Dec. 16, at 7:30 Begats," which lists the
p.m., the concert will come to genealogy of Jesus, the story
Jacksonville at Christ's Church picks up in more familiar
located at 6045 Greenland territory with Mary and Joseph
Road. and the actual birth, featuring
"What I wrote is a concert the songs "It Came to Pass"
that tells a story," Peterson and "Labor of Love." The final
said. "There's no speaking song, "Behold, the Lamb of
parts, only songs-some of God," ties together the
which are intimate, some epic, Passover and beauty and scope
some humorous-all with a of the story.
purpose, which is to convey Special concert guests
the truth of the coming of God include Sara Groves, Andrew
into the world." Gullahorn, Bebo Norman,
What makes this concert Andrew Osenga, Jill Phillips,
unique is that Peterson wants Garett Buell, Cason Cooley,
to remind, or perhaps teach, Marcus Myers, Gabe Scott and
the audience the --story of Ben Shive.
Christmas does not begin with Tickets are $15 each and can
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Moses and symbolic story of at Www.CcontheWeb.com.
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Spires IGA announces
finalist in $2007 W wildfire
sweepstakes danger
Spires IGA held its annual dan
IGA Hometown Holidays continues
event Nov. 18 Dec. 1 at its
Lake Butler location. This is Florida Agriculture and
.he finale of the 2007 IGA Consumer Services
Family, Friends and Food Commissioner Charles H.
marketing event program. Bronson is urging residents to
During this two week event, use caution with any type of
10 lucky winners from across fire until the state receives
the U.S. had a chance to enter enough rainfall to relieve
to win $2,007 each as a thank drought conditions.
you for shopping at IGA in "Unfortunately, it does not
2007. look like we will see any
"The Spires IGA Hometown significant improvement in
Holidays event adds some fun drought conditions anytime
to an otherwise hectic holiday soon," Bronson said.
season," said store owner The outlook for the next few
Tommy Spires. months shows a developing La
Spires IGA would like to Nina in the Pacific Ocean,
congratulate finalist Beth which equates to below-
Boone of Lake Butler. Boone's average rainfall this winter
name was drawn from about and spring and above-normal
150 entries at Spires IGA in temperatures.
Lake Butler. Her entry card "The predicted forecast and
will be sent to IGA the lack of summer rainfall
headquarters in Chicago, IL. to significantly increase the
be entered in the national probability that Florida will
drawing. For more information see a very active wildfire
about this and other events log season once again in 2008,"
on to www.spiresiga.com. Bronson said. "Lake
Okeechobee is still near
Submitted by John Thomas record-low levels, and drought
conditions plaguing the entire
Southeast are contributing to
lowering water levels in areas
of northern Florida."
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Regional News

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


since then, mushrooming to
more than 15,000 airmen with
constant B-52 missions over
North Vietnam during the early
'70s. Since Desert Shield/
Desert Storm in the early '90s,
Andersen has become a
deployment mecca for B-52,
B-1 and B-2 bomber units


focusing on a new mission -
the global war on terror.
"The- buildup -no--- only_
increases our military
population, but places security
forces in a higher state of
awareness and alertness. It is
also putting more emphasis on
global reach and engagement


,from an air and space
expeditionary stand point," he
-said.
Off duty, Strachan and
fellow airmen are privy to a
literal paradise. G On a tropical
island 30 miles long and nine
miles wide, airmen can find
white sandy beaches ringed by


pristine coral reefs, crystal- "First and foremost, Guam is
clear water teeming with a tropical island so therefore,
exotic marine life, a balmy, the humidity level is always a
tropical climate and gentle factor. During my off duty
trade winds. Add a slew of time, I enjoy getting out on the
restaurants, resorts and island, eating all of the great
shopping areas, and it's easy to cuisine and learning about the
see why Guam has become the cultural history pre and post
Air Force's best kept secret, war," said Strachan.


Sgt. David L. Strachan

Local Airforce
Specialist
based in
Guam
Most people are drawn to the
tiny Pacific island of Guam for
the warm weather, pristine
coral reefs and lush tropical
flora. Jlrp.rin c h.ines ni,,.'noers
flock there, ,,nd the I S
territory is closer to Japan, the
Philippines and Australia than
to its closest American
neighbor Hawaii. Because of
its location in the western
Pacific and west of the
international dateline, it's the
first place on American soil to
see the sun rise each morning.
But for the son of two Starke
residents, this tropical paradise
is the backdrop to what is
shaping up to be one of the
most strategic and important
staging areas for the U.S. Air
Force in the Pacific region.
Tech, Sgt. David L. Strachan,
son of Carl T. Strachan, and
Lillie D. Strachan, both of
Starke, is helping transform the
sleepy outpost into one of
national importance for U.S.
military strategy in the 21st
century.
Strachan is a security forces
specialist with the 36th
Security Forces Squadron.
"It's my job to ensure a safe,
secure environment for sortie
generation ready deployment
of the Air Expeditionary
Wing," said Strachan, who
graduated in 1994 from
Hialeah-Miami Lakes Senior
High School, Hialeah.
Andersen is no stranger to
strategic importance, though.
The base was created as a
staging area and airstrip in
1944 to allow B-29 bombers to
attack mainland Japan during
the latter part of World War II.
The base has grown
tremendously in importance


IN SERVICE

Locals
graduate from
basic training
Army Pvt. Miranda J.
Stuckey has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
army mission, history,
tradition, core values, physical
fitness and received instruction
ant, practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremony,
marching, rifle marksmanship,
armed and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic first aid,
foot marches and field training
exercises.
Stuckey is the daughter of
Wanda Griffis of Lawtey.

Army Pfc. Cynthia L.
Farlow has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
army mission, history,
tradition, core values, physical
fitness and received instruction
and practice in basic combat
skills, military weapons,
chemical warfare and bayonet
training, drill and ceremony
marching, rifle marksmanship,

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map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
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2004 graduate of Bradford
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Lisa Clore and
Donald Thompson Jr.

Clore and
Thompson
to wed
Lisa Clore and Donald R.
Thompson Jr. announce their
upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is a resident
of Gainesville and is employed
by Westwood Hills Church of
God.
The groom-elect is a resident
of Starke and is employed by
Grace United Methodist
Church of Lawtey.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2007, at
Grace United Methodist
Church of Lawtey.
The reception will be held at
the Starke Golf and Country
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Crystal Smith and
Jesse Colston

Colston' and
Smith to wed
Kim and Kurt Colston-
announce the engagement of
their son, Jesse Colston, to
Crystal Smith, the daughter of
Beth Dates of Bradenton and
Kevin Smith of Indianpolis,
Ind.
The bride-elect is a 2004
graduate of the University of
Florida with a degree in
zoology. She is currently
attending the University of
Florida's College of Pharmacy
and will receive her doctorate
in May of 2008.
The groom-elect is a 2001
graduate of Bradford high
School and a 2006 graduate of
the University of Florida's
Coflege of Engineering. He is
employed as a civil project
engineer in St. Augustine.
The wedding will take place
in. the sand on June 7, 2008, on
Anna Maria Island. Invitations
will be sent.


NR Library
meeting
postponed
The regular meeting of the
New River Public Library
Cooperative Governing Board
has been postponed to
Thursday, Jan. 10, at 5 p.m. at
the New River Regional
Landfill on S.R. 121, north of
Raiford.


Jolee Revels and
Timothy Lee

Revels and
Lee announce
engagement
Jerry and Jana Revels of
Starke announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage, of their daughter,
Jolee Revels, to Timothy Lee,
the son of' Danny Lee of
Melrose and Linda Lee of
Starke.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School who
will obtain a degree as a
radiology technologist in June.
She is employed by USA
Gymnastics.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Bradford High
School who is employed by
W.W. Gay as a pipefitter.
The wedding will take place
on Jan. 5, 2008, at at 6:30 p.m.
at the Camp Blanding
Conference Center. Family and
friends are invited to attend.


Colston to
graduate
Amber Colston will graduate
from the University of Florida
on Dec. 15, with a bacherlor of
science degree in health
education.
Colston attended Bradford
County schools and is a 2003
graduate of Bradford High
School. She is the daughter of
Kim and Kurt Colston of
Starke.
Colston is the granddaughter
of Bert and Harold Colston of
Starke, Raymond and Mary
Sorrells of Lawtey, and Joyce
Sorrells of Orange Park.
Colston has accepted a
position with Baptist Health
System of Jacksonville and
will be relocating there
following graduation.


Keystone Bus.
Assoc. to
hold meeting
I The Keystone-Lake Region
Business Association will have
its meeting on Monday, Dec.
10, at noon at city hall for its
Christmas party. There will not
be a speaker.
The cost for the lunch will
be $10 per person. Bring a $10
gift for Chinese gift exchange.
Jackie Olin To make a reservation, call
and Steve Fautt Jennifer at (352) 473-0205 on
Friday, Dec. 7, by 4 p.m. for a
final count.
Olin and Fautt
to wed in Jan. SFCC club
Bobbie Olin of Raiford sets
announces the engagement and fund
approaching wedding of her fundraiser
daughter, Jackie Olin, to Steve My Brother's Keeper, a
Fautt. young men's organization
The bride-elect is the affiliated with Santa Fe
daughter of Bobbie Olin and Community College Andrews
the late Robert Olin. The Center, is holding a yard sale
groom-elect is the son of the fundraiser on Saturday, Dec.
late Cordell Fautt and the late 15, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m ,
Anna Lora Green-Lewis, both Donated items to sell are
formerly of Raiford. also needed. They can be
The bride-elect is a graduate dropped off at SCC Andrews
of Union County High School. Center.
She works at the pharmacy at
Union Correctional Institution
and is a member of Johnstown UCHS Class
,Missionary Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is a of '87
graduate of Baker County
High School. He works at reunion is
Florida State Prison and is also
a member of Johnstown Dec. 29
Missionary Baptist Church. The Union Couty High
The wedding will'be held on Sh C o nt Hol
p.m. at Johnrito'. n li,'asiorv its 20-year class reunion on
Bati "Churnch oLaikeButler Saturday, Dec. 29.
Bapt Church o Lae Buler The reunion will take place
A reception ll ollo from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the
family and friends are invited from 63 30 pm. in the
tamatndfSeafood House at the loop. A
toattend, private room is reserved for
this casual dress-family event,
BIRTHS which will include dinner and
B I RTHS visitation. RSVP not required.
If you have any questions,
please call Patty Pointer-
Williams at (352) 745-144!,
Chris Griffis-Southerland at
(904) 364-6111 or Lynn Holt-
Stewart at (386) 431 1415.

SKUMC opens
thrift shop
The Keystone United
Methodist Church will open its
S '" thrift shop on Friday, Dec. 7.
and Saturday, Dec. 8, from 8
Joshua Birkedal t'1 It p .-nd Wednedai,


Joshua
Birkedal
Christian Birkedal and
Kristen Pfenniger Birkedal of
Ormand Beach announce the
adoption of their son, Joshua
Samuel Birkedal, on Oct. 22,
2007.
Joshua joins one sibling
Luke.
Maternal grandparents are
Jerry and Linda Wilson of
Starke and the late Dave
Pfenniger.
Paternal grandparents are Ted
and Helen Oglesby of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Henning and Bente Birkedal
of Washington, D.C.
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lazy."
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Parents of seniors at
Bradford High School, and any
other interested parent, should
attend a workshop on college
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training
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training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Dobbs completed a
variety of training which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on Naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety, water survival
and shipboard and aircraft


safety. An emphasis was also
placed on physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is battle stations. This
exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet.
Battle stations is designed to :
galvanize the basic warrior.:
attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical
application of basic Navy-
skills and the core values of.
honor, courage and
commitment. Its dixtinctl\
Navy flavor was designed to
take into account what it
means to be a sailor.
Dobbs is a 2007 graduate of
Bradford County High School.

Place mat
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local family
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Columbia County has found a
hand-decorated placemat from
1911 that may have belonged
to a local family, and riould
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,n
1911." It is hand-colored and '-
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OBITUARIES


Barbara Barten
STARKE Barbara Jean
Barten, 72, of Starke, died
Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
Barteon was born and raised in
Woodstock, Ill., and resided at the
KOA in Starke for eight years.
She is survived by: her brother,
William D. Barten of Starke. She
was preceded in death by her
parents, William G. and Fern
Barten.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
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arrangements.

James
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of Keystone Heights died
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Starke.
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Ga., on March 24, 1929, to James
B. Christmas Sr. and Nettle
Amelia Spradley. He moved to
Keystone Heights from
Jacksonville more than 20 years
Baptist Church.
Christmas retired from General
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the Train Division after 30 years
of service. He was active in the
union, UAW Local #20, and
retired as secretary of that
organization.
Christmas was active in the
Master Gardener program, was a
Boy Scout leader and a Cub Scout
master. He also daughter Sunday
school at High Park Baptist
Church in Jacksonville.


Bradford
Christmas
concert set
The annual Christmas
concert for both the Bradford
Middle School and Bradford
High School bands will be
held on Monday, Dec. 17, at 7
p.m. in the BHS auditorium.
Cost to attend is $3 per
person. Children in fifth grade
or younger can attend.for free.
The BMS Beginning Band
will open the performance,
followed by the BMS Concert
Band.
During intermission, free
refreshments will be served by
the Red Storm Band Boosters.
Follo\e nnc intermission, the
BHS Ce'ncert Band will
All band are under the


He is survived by: his wife of
58 years, Sylvia Christmas of
Keystone Heights; a daughter,
Janice M. Crosby of Alexandria,
Va.; a son, Charles J. Christmas of
Riverview; sisters, Pauline Cross,
Jean Hough and Merry Holton, all
of Jacksonville; a brother, H.M.
Christmas of Deatsville, Ala.; two
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
on Thursday, Dec. 13, from 6-8
Keystone Heights.
Funeral services for Christmas
will be held on Friday, Dec. 14, at
11 a.m. in the First Baptist Church
of Keystone Heights with the Rev.
Jim Prose conducting the services.
Interment will occur at 1:30 p.m.
in Jacksonville Memory Gardens
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of KH.

Gregory Glisson
ST. AUGUSTINE Gregory
Scott Glisson, 29, of St. Augustine
died Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2007, at his
residence.
A native of Gainesville who
was raised in Alachua and Clay
counties, Glisson attended
Middleburg High School. He was
a pharmacy technician for CVS
and resided in St. Augustine for
the past two years.
Glisson is survived by: his
mother, Peggy Glisson of High
Springs; a sister, Kim Teele of Ft.
White; a brother, Earl Glisson of
St. Augustine; and his maternal
grandmother, Becky Rogers of'
High Springs.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Enoch W. Glisson.
Funeral services were held Dec.


direction of Dustin Adams.

OED to meet
The Frances Chapter #140,
Order of the Eastern Day, will
celebrate its annual St. John
Day service on Sunday, Dec.
16, at 3 p.m. at the
Philadelphia Missionary
Baptist Church in Lawtey.

Pop Warner
awards set
The Bradford County Pop
Warner football program will
hold its annual awards
ceremony on Saturday, Dec.
16, at 1 p.m. at the Bradford
Fairgrounds -on U.S. 301 in
Starke.
Parents should bring two
items of canned goods as
donations for the Fond Pdntr\.


10 in the chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home in Starke. The Rev.
Earl Glisson conducted the
graveside services in Laurel Hill
Cemetery in Archer.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home.

Paul Holt
STARKE Paul A. Holt, 66,
of Starke died Wednesday, Nov.
14, 2007, at Malcolm Randall VA
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Holt is survived by: his mother,
Vivian Holt of Lakeland; 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 Burns 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
Starke.

Willie
Henderson
LAKE BUTLER Willie Lee
Henderson Sr., 65, died Friday,
Dec. 7, 2007. He was born in
Inverness on Oct. 13, 1942, to the
late Jessie Henderson and Ben
Henderson. The family moved to
Lake Bitler and Hendersen
attended Union County schools.
Henderson is survived by: a
son, Willie Henderson Jr. of Lake
Butler; daughters, Mary
Stoutamire and Tangela Warren,
both of Raiford; brothers, Woodro
Horne of Pensacola; Ben
Henderson Jr. of Clearwater; Elder
Grada Henderson of Daytona
Beach; Leroy Henderson of
Tampa; Clifford Henderson and
Eddie Henderson, both of Clinton,
N.C.; sisters, Minnie Davis of
Plainfield, N.J.; Alma Stephens of
Raiford, Mable Green, Emma
Henderson, Elizabeth Jordan,
Rosetta Warren, Everlena
Henderson, Thorsha Henderson
and Margaret Henderson, all of
Lake Butler; nine grandchildren


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The family ofMonroe Kitler
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br the many acts of kindness
that were shown to us during
the loss of our loved one.
Sincerely,
Kitler Family


and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Henderson
will be held on Saturday, Dec. 15,

Lake Butler with the Rev. Leonard
Watkins conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Ft. Call
Cemetery near Worthington
Springs under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Nancy Shaw
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Nancy Carol Shaw, 67, of
Keystone Heights died Monda,
De'C. 10, 2007, at Shands Stare
ER.-
A native of Portsmouth, Oh'..
who was raised in Lucasvite.
Ohio, Shaw attended nursing
school at Shawnee Stait
University. She was a retired
registered nurse who worked ftr
the State of Florida. She was -:'I
the Baptist faith.
Shaw is survived by:
daughter, Carla Shaw of Starke: j
son, Harlan Shaw II of Keystone
Heights; six grandchildren aid
two great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death hb
her husband,; Harlan Shaw Sr.
Memorial services will be held
at a later date under the care ot
Archie Tanner Funeral Home i'f
Starke.

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LaGrange Medical Center after an
extended illness.
McCann lived in Miami, where
he was employed with the city of
Miami, before moving to
Worthington Springs 33 years ago.
He retired from the Reception and
Medical Center near-Lake Butler
after being a correctional officer


for 28 years.
McCann moved back to
LaGrange five years ago.
McCann is survived by: his
caregiver, Thomas F. McCann of
LaGrange. He was preceded in
death by his wife, Inez McCann.
Graviside funeral services were
held Dec. 11 at Elzey Chapel
Cemetery near Worthington
Springs with the Rev. Scott Fisher
conducting the services. Interment
followed under the care of Archer
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Congress inactive as hospitals,

uninsured, struggle


Health insurance and emergency
.rooms are topics that go hand in
hand and in which virtually everyone
has a vested interest. If you have
health insurance and need to visit an
emergency room, you're home free,
aren't you? Well, maybe.
As a matter of fact, emergency
rooms are the victims of unintended
consequences, a most serious situation
in delivery of health services to the
American public, by the inaction of
Congress to institute a national health
plan.
By law, emergency room personnel
cannot refuse treatment for anyone
for lack of health insurance or for his
or her inability to pay for services.
Consequently, emergency rooms are
o erwhelmed with patients, both those
with health problems who require
immediate attention and those with
nonemergency ailments.
Let me cite my experience with
Shands Starke. and I do so without
faulting the institution. Like many_
octo genari ans.__am_ troubled "Vth
e-hyrtension and monitor my blood
pressure more or less regularly. When
the systolic figure exceeds 200, I seek
medical assistance by going to the
emergency room.
SSometime ago I went to the local
emergency room about 8 p.m., and
cooled my heels until midnight
without seeing a doctor, although a
nurse did come to the waiting room
and check my blood pressure. I went
home without seeing an M.D. Last
week when my pressure went out of
.,h.h at. midmorning. I thought the
emergency room would have fewer
patients.
How wrong I was.
The waiting room was filled with
people waiting to see a doctor, and to
my untrained eye, noone appeared to
be in an emergency situation. I went
home.
I understand people not having
health insurance. As a former state
employee. I pay $238 per month
for health insurance for single-
person coverage (my wife has other
insurance) and I can only guess the
cost of family coverage.
Nationwide there are an estimated
40 million people, including children,
without insurance protection. That
situation is frightening and patently
unfair to the medical field, burdening
hospitals with providing medical


facilities for uninsured patients.
Shands Starke loses more than
$1 million a year in operating an
emergency room.
The Florida Health Care
Responsibility Act requires counties
to budget a relatively small amount
for indigent care based on county
population. This year the budgeted
amount is $95,000, but not more
than 50 percent of the amount can be
disbursed within the county, with the
remaining 50 percent reserved for out-
of-county hospitals. In addition to the
state mandate, Bradford County gave
Shands Starke $20,000 last year.
Now about Congress and its inability
to address the burning issue of health
care. In 1948, President Harry Truman
campaigned against Congress, calling
that august body a; "do-nothing
Congress," and won reelection. This
year Congress has scheduled fewer
work days than it did in 1948. In
the era 1960-70, Congress met 162
_days-a year. In the decade 1980-9-, -
Congress met an average of 139 days
a year. Congress is scheduled to meetL
71 days in the current year. Maybe
the Oklahoma sage Will Rogers was
right when he said, "Americans can
sleep well tonight, Congress has gone
home."
Because of its lackadaisical attitude
toward attending the nation's business,
Rep. Jim Cooper, a Tennessee
Democrat, has called Congress the
"Tuesday-Thursday, Club." He
says legislators get there Tuesday
night, have a few easy votes, vote
on Wednesday. p.d ,return .hoqqe gn
Thursday. That, he sa) s, is a workweek
in Washington. Eeni members Ifrom
Hawaii jet home for long weekends.
Rep. Gene Green, a Democrat from
Texas, echoes the thought by saying,
"I'm hearing people in Houston
saying they see me more than they
see their city council member. That
is one reason Congress isheld in low

esteem. Poll numbers for Congress
are dismally low, in fact lower than
,the president's."
An Associated Press poll found only
25 percent of the country approves
of the job Congress is doing. Those
lawmakers are paid $165,000 a year
plus perks-a tidy sum for what they
accomplish.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


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in for failing to exhibit license,
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Basketball registration
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way and lasts through
MNnd,.i N Dec 3I.
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rlour leatuoos determined by
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i. Dec 11 It 21 .' -
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Dec. 13, 2007 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


CRIME


Starke man
faces drug
arrest
Travis Gerard Alexander, 23,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 7
by Bradford Sgt. Brian Davis
after cocaine ws found in ihis
vehicle.
Alexander's vehicle \vas
traffic stopped by the deputy on
U.S. 301. When the deputy got
out of the patrol vehicle,
AleXander accelerated and fled
the scene. Travelling at speeds
in excess of 85 mph, the
pursuit continued for 11 miles
before Alexander stopped, S gt.
Davis said.
Permission was given for a
search of the vehicle where the
deputy found a plastic bag,
shoved into a hidden
compartment. The 1btag
contained approximately 53.1
grams of powder cocaine
packaged into 30 separate b, tgs,
Sgt. Davis said. The powder
tested positive for cocaine, Sigt.
Davis said.
Alexander was charged with
fleeing a law enforcement
officer and trafficking in
cocaine. Surety bonds totalliing
$65,000 were posted for his
release from custody.


Starke man
caught
shoplifting
A -I47.e ir-ld Starke nlan
was arrested Dec. 3 for
shoplifting at Wal-Mart.
Michael Eugene Tranth am
was seen with two females
(possibly juveniles) leaving the
store with buggies of
merchandise, according to
Patrolman David Schlofman.
Trantham attempted to [pay
for the merchandise with a
check which was decline ed,
Patrolman Schlofman ssdid.
Trantham then walked out ,of
store with the merchandise
valued at $254.13. He was
stopped and some of the sto len
merchandise was recovered,
Patrolman Schlofman said. 1 Che
two females were iot
apprehended and $152.63 wc rth
of the merchandise was :not
recovered, Patroln ian
Schlofman said.
Trantham was released from
custody after a 3$1,000 surelty
b,,rid \ts, p:led

Juveniles,
charged with
burglary,
theft
Two Lake Butler juveniles
were charged Dec. 7 with
breaking into a residence mnd
stealing alcohol.
A 13- and a 14-year-old wi-re
identified during 1:he
investigation of a break-in al; a
residence on Southwest C.:R.
239A, according to Depi ity
Donnie Jones. The home had
been entered by using a pery
tool on the rear door.
Missing from inside Ihe
home were wine coolers, a
bottle of bourbon, a cigar a.nd


binoculars, Deputy Jones said.
The teens were charged, when
located, with burglary and petit
theft, Deputy Jones said. They
were released to their parents.


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:
Swuave F. Grant, 19, of
Palatka was arrested Dec. 10 by
Union Deputy David Shane for
marijuana distribution. During
a traffic stop of Grant's vehicle,
the deputy found a plastic bag
containing five separate bags of
marijuana in the trunk of the
vehicle, Deputy Shane said.
Geoffrey Winston Parrish,
33, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 8 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for possession of
controlled substance. Four
rocks of crack cocaine were
found in a cigarette package
during a search of Parrish's
vehicle just after midnight on
71st Way.
Thomas Lee Stokes, 55, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 9
by Deputy Shane for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. A glass pipe,
used to smoke crack cocaine,
was found in the driver's side
door panel during a traffic stop
just after midnight, Deputy
Shane said.
Jean Vegajaime, 27, of
Kingsley Lake was arrested
Dec. 9 by Clay deputies for
trespass on property.
Travis Edward Aldridge, 23,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 9
by Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman for trespass after
warning. Aldridge was seen in
front of the T.H.E. Apartments
after being issued a no trespass
warning.

Patrick Robertson, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 4 by Clay Deputy K.H.
Gause for possession of
cannabis. The deputy smelled a
strong odor of marijuana while
questioning Robertson during a
traffic stop. During a search, a
plastic bag containing a green,
leafy substance was found in a
hole inside e door panel of
the Jeep, Deputy Gause said.
The substance tested positive
for marijuana.
James Cleveland Perry, 44,
was arrested Dec. 8 by Union
Deputy Donnie Jones. for
trespassing. Perry was
reportedly at Williams Grocery
where he had been given a no
trespass warning in August.
David Brian Frew, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 6 by Clay Deptity S.J.
Abrahamsen for shoplifting.
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ground beef into Hitchcock's
plastic bags. Frew then left the
store without paying for the
items valued at $18, Deputy
Abrahamsen said. He was
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Michael Ray Roddenberry,
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4 by Starke Patrolman James
Stutler for shoplifting.
Roddenberry was seen in the
electronic area, where he
removed three cans of canned
air. He then picked other
merchandise and attempted to
leave the store, Patrolman
Stutler said. Value of the stolen
property was $56, which was
returned to the store.
Roddenberry was released from
custody after surety bonds
totalling $2,000 were posted.
Anthony Haddix, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 6 by Clay deputies on a
warrant.

Charlsie McGrath, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 6 by Clay deputies for
violation ol probation
possession.
Joseph Edward Thornton, 39,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 9
by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery on a writ of attachment
from Putnam County.
Thornton may purge by paying
$1,000 cash.
Ervin Whitfield, 32, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 7 by
Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart for no support. He
may purge by paying $2,000.
Mark Lahti, 38, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 9 by Clay
deputies for violation of an
injunction for protection.
Ernest Williams Jr., 45, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 9 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for failure to appear possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $4,000.
Tracy Jo Hurd, 38, of
Hawthorne was arrested Dec. 9
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Jason Barry on a
warrant for fraud, insufficient
check funds. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Jason Wayne Ellis, 26, of
Brooker was arrested Dec. 7 by
FHP Sgt. E. Etcher on a
warrant from Union County for
fraud, insufficient check funds.
He was released after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.
Tiffany Marie Mitchell, 26,
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Lawtey man's
I debut novel
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..un.-k..eA, the devil in
recent history
BY ARNIE HARRIS
__ -- t Telegraph Staff Writer


A merry Christmas for many...
The Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency, with help from various correctional
Institutions and law enforcement agencies, has once again partnered with Guardian
ad Litem to bring smiles to the faces of children this Christmas. Employees from
the following bought gifts for more than 200 children based on a list provided to
them by Guardian ad Litem: New River, Hamilton, Cross City, Columbia, Baker
County, Gainesville and Union correctional institutions, RMC, Florida State Prison,
Starke Police Department, Bradford County Sheriff's Office, Starke Parole and
Probation and the Department of Juvenile Justice. First Christian Church of Starke
also sponsored five children. Pictured above, bearing gifts, are (1-r) Kathy Donovan
(Guardian ad Litem case coordinator), Eddie Pollard (Bradford County Sheriff's
Office), Kaitlyn Davis (daughter of Cindy Davis, classification supervisor, New River
Correctional), John Wilkinson (New River Correctional), Lisa Rodgers (Guardian ad
Litem secretary), Julie Crews (New River Correctional), Troy Hicks (New River
Correctional), Dan Morgan (secretary specialist, New River Correctional), Justin
Thompson (New River Correctional) and Cindy Davis. Guardian ad Litem represents
children who have been abused or neglected and who are involved in the
dependency court process. "It just makes a brighter Christmas for all these
children," Rodgers said of the toy donations. Donovan said the correctional
employees and others who contribute to the drive really take into account the
children they are buying gifts for. "You can tell a lot of thought went into these
purchases," she said.


Lawtey author, T.L. Rice's
debut novel, "Demon Reich"
addresses a question that is on
many people's minds these
days: are we indeed living in
apocalyptic times, witnessing
the realization of the dire
prophecies of the Bible's
Book of Revelations?
A look at the current world
situation-"wars and rumours
of war," terrorism, fears about
global warming, the
appearance of new contagious
and deadly diseases that might
decimate large sections of the
world population, genocides
and famine- can make such
an idea quite plausible,
according to Rice.
Rice in his novel, which he
describes as a mixture of
horror, history and Biblical
concerns, is an
attempt-through artistic
license-to explain the
apparent decline of the human
race into chaos and violence
since World War I.
Using the idea that what
mankind has been witnessing
in world affairs over the last
century has been the battle
between good vs. evil come to
a head, Rice begins his tale
during World War I. Here a
corporal in the German army,
an initially friendly, pleasant
fellow named Adolf Hitler, is
felled by a poison gas attack.
It is Rice's literary conceit
that this was the moment that
Satan and his demonic minions
took possession of Hitler's
body and those of his Nazi
cohorts and subsequently
worked through them to bring
about the horrors of Nazi
Germany and World War II.
After Hitler's demise the
Devil possesses the body of
Dr. Josef Mengele,
Auschwitz's "Angel of Death"
who escaped to South America
after the war and who died in
an apparent accidental
drowning in 1979.
Meanwhile Satan's dark
See NOVEL, p. 7B


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NOVEL
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forces have been busy causing
havoc in the world, not the
least of which was the
assassination of John F.
Kennedy
Finally, the Devil, freed
from Mengele's body,
possesses the body of Osama
bin Laden in the 1980s,. At
that time he was a leader in the
resistance against the Russians
who had invaded Afghanistan.
Integral to the plot is a group
of teenagers living in Germany
who are concerned with the
growing rise of the Nazis in
their nation. The teenagers are
possessed of paranormal
powers-one can see into the
future, another can astral travel
and all are telepathic.
They, along with a man
named Sebastian who was in
an earlier life a Druid priest
and Ian, a Christian through
whom God's voice manifests,
are on the side of Good
opposing the demonic Hitler's
plans.
Rice, currently a prison
correctional officer, said that it
was the events of Sept I1,
2001 that inspired the novel.
"I find it hard to describe but
it felt like all religious and


historical concerns I've had in
my life sort of came together
after that event," Rice said. "I
felt compelled to write a book
about it."
Being a history buff, a fan
of horror literature and film, as
well as a person who has been
a seeker of religious truth, he
said these three elements
seemed to crystallize and
provide the elements for the
novel.
"I wanted to make the book
entertaining, historically
educational and faithful to the
Bible-only not any one
religion's interpretation of the
book, but the Book itself's
essential messages," Rice said.
Toward that end he cited the
Jehovah's Witnesses' view of
the Bible- as most closely
aligned with his own.
"One guiding principle I had
was that I never distorted
history or the Bible's content
to accommodate the plot line,"
he said. "If anything got
altered, it was the story if it
didn't jibe with historical fact
and the Bible."
Rice's hope and intention is
that the book's entertainment
value will attract readers who
may know little about history
and the Bible, and therefore
get an education at the same
time they're enjoying the
'horror and suspense.


The Savannah-born Rice,
whose family moved to
Jacksonville when he was 3
years old, said he was put off
by organized religion, although
he managed to get through
Catholic high school despite.
his doubts.
He cited the TV show "Star
Trek" as being instrumental in
opening up his mind to
questioning.
"Especially Mr. Spock, who
was all about studying and
assessing reality with science
and logic," said Rice.
This is the way that, not only
religion, but history should be
approached, he said.
Rice said the book took five
years to write after Sept.l11
primarily because the hours he
worked at the prison left him
little time to devote to it.
"I didn't have a daily writing
routine of so many pages or so
many hours per day, but
worked at it in bits and spurts."
said Rice.
One factor that gave the
project an urgent impetus in
its final stages was that his
mother, Martha, was
terminally ill and wanted to
see the completed book before
she passed away.
"She was my biggest fan,"
said Rice, "and always had
faith in my ability to write."
Rice contrasted her with his


verbally abusive stepfather
who took every opportunity to
tell him that he was worthless
and would never amount to
much.

As it turned out, the book
was published in 2006, just
one month before his mother's
passing. Rice said that he was
greatly gratified that she lived
to see the realization of the
published novel. He also said
that he'd like to see his
doubting stepfather's reaction
if he learned that the person he
had so low an opinion of
qualified to become a member
of Mensa, the club for people
with unusually high IQ's.
Rice, who lives in Lawtey
with his wife of 12 years,
Melanie, and their two
children said that his next
project will be a pure horror
novel called "Decades."
He also said that he is
contemplating a "prequel" to
"Demon Reich".
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tric fireplace. 2 miles from
Stake. North 301 Ask-
ing $85K, call 352-745-
0039.
OWNER FINANCING -
5BR HOME with den,
large living room, 2 baths,
fenced yard. Terms ne-
gotiable. .Call 352-475-
1165.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
MOBILE HOMES FOR
SALE LAND HOME
PACKAGES. Owner fi-
nancing possible, call
352-468-1011.
TRIPLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 4.5 ACRES in
Worthington Springs
area. Fenced and cross
fenced with paddock for
horses/livestock C-.-,.
trally Idcated :.,i .,: -
Gainesville, Lake City
and Starke. Asking'
$140,000 OBO. Call 386-
496-2756 or 352-258-
4473.
'98 JACOBSEN TRIPLE
WIDE GREAT CONDI-
TION. 2200 sq ft, 4/2 with
fireplace, textured walls,
extra large master plus
optional 5th bedroom.
Asking $60K. Call for
appointment, 904-759-
9629 or 904-591-0276.
1994 14X78 SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME, 2/2, gas
furnace. Must move to
own property. $12,000,
call Mike at 352-256-
9482.
3.26 ACRES WITH '00
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, 2052 sq ft, 3/2.
fenced, secluded. $96K
OBO. Call 904-966-
2287.
3/2 OPEN FLOOR PLAN
MOBILE HOME on one
partially fenced acre in
Brooker, $92K. Call
Rhonda Stifel at Home-
town First Realty, 904-
769-9699 or 904-964-
7330.
3/2 2128 SQ FT MOBILE
HOME ON 2.4ACRES in
county, $115K. Call
Rhonda Stifel at Home-
town First Realty, 904-
769-9699 or 904-964-
7330.
12X65 MOBILE HOME ON
TWO ACRES 4" well
sprinkler system, front
and back porch, mobile
home completely re-,
stored, like new, large util-
ity shed plus boat house,
Asking $85K OBO. Call
352-473-2442.


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NICE 2/1 LAKESIDE
HOME CH/A, NEAR
MCRAE ELEMENTARY.
Unfurnished, $700/mth.
Call 352-475-5671.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE, 2/1, WASHER
AND DRYER, YARD
SERVICE INCLUDED.
Dock, boat lift, furnished/
unfurnished. $850/mth,
call 352-468-2386.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY. No travel trailer
or RV. $250/mth, call
904-796-0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion: 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior
citizens. Rooms with pri-
vate bath, $115 $135. /
Swk. Room without bath,
$100. Laundry -: .
1 ll 'l iC' -1 to
cnuicnes, stores, down-
town shopping, theatre,
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.


SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for'more infor-
mation.
2/1 MOBILE HOME ON 1/3
ACRE. $325/mth plus
$200/ep. Pets OK. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
RENT TO OWN MOBILE
HOME IN COMMUNITY
SETTING. No banks,
flexible terms. Lake But-
ler area. Call 386-496-
8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, FI
32054. Ph: 386-496-
3141, TDD/TTY 711.
Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3
& 4 BR HC & non HC ac-
cessible .apartments.
Laundry facility & play-
ground. Water, sewer &
garbage provided. Equal
Housing Opportunity.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartments in
downtown Starke. 1 2/
BR apartment, CH/A,
$500 month. 1st, last, and
security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
ONE MONTH FREE 2, 3
& 4 BEDROOM spacious


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Keystone Heights, FL


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apartment homes starting
at $525. Water included,
w/d hook-ups, fitness
center, computer room,
pool, volleyball court, kids
play area, clubhouse with
big screen TV, great resi-
dent activities, walking
distance to schools. Pets
welcome! Whispering
Oaks Apartments, call
904-368-0007.
ON LAKE GENEVA
MCDONALD'S MOBILE
HOME PARK. 1, 2 and
3BR for\rent. Call 904-
445-8669.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSi
LAKEFRONT LARGE 2/
2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
rage, many extras, great
view. $850/mth. call 678-
640-1524.
THE ORANGE HOUSE on
Orchid Ave is for rent.
2BR/1BA, service ani-
mals only. Friday 6pm to
7pm, Saturday noon-
3pm. Call 904-504-5844,
,./2 MOBILE'- CDME ON 1/2.
ACRE IN STARKE -CH/
A, eat-in kitchen, w/w car-
pet, $550/mth, $550/dep
plus $35 credit check.
Service animals only.
Call 904-514-9232.
1/1 DUPLEX GREAT FOR
SINGLE PERSON.
$300/mth, first, last and
$150/dep. Call 352-213-
6561.
3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE
on 4 acres, small barn,


large covered porch,
fenced. 315C Keystone
area, near McRae'school,
$750/mth. Call 366-338-
4661.
MELROSE 2/1 'ON 2
ACRES, HWY 21: .$700/
,rii iir a. last anj :'-
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ca 7- .2.215 A'1'4 _::, .-' i -
475-'i:',
2/1 IN MELRC,',E -QUIET
COUNTRY SETTING.
New paint and flooring.
I-,c:. nir, I 001y Call
-,c- -.7E
HOUSE 3/1.5 NEW CEN-
TRAL AIR AND HEAT,
new linoleum kitchen
counter tops and refrig-
erator, new paint inside
and out. Clean and ready
to move into. Quiet, safe
neighborhood, close to
schools and town, great
for young family or retired
couple. References and
credit check required.
$750/mth, first, last and
,]e ,.-:.i. Call 814-257-
WALDO VILLAS -'2 BED-
.-Of1 AFAR:TMENTS
I- 4. :". ILABLE. $415/
mth. E.H.O. Call Nita at
352-468-1971.
SW IN COUNTRY 2006,
3BR/2BA, CH/A, new car-
pet, mini blinds through-
out, wood deck, big yard,
quiet amea. SE 109th
Street, Starke. $525/mth
plus deposit. Ask about
senior discount. Call 352-


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Complete bathroom remodeling, including wall
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6561.
NEWER HOME FOR
RENT. Very nice 3/2
house close to KHES/
KHHS with many ameni-
ties. Application and
$1,100/mth 640 SW
Cardinal Dr. For more
details, contact Tia at
904-887-1231 Shown by
appointment only.
2/2 MOBILE HOME,
FRONT PORCH AND
CARPORT. $575/mth,
$575/dep. Service ani-
mals only Call 904-964-
9719.
LOOKING FOR A ROOM-
MATE TO SHARE RENT
AND UTILITIES Female
preferred. Call 904-314-
8530
DUPLEX FOR RENT -
NICE NEIGHBORHOOD
near hospital Bradford
Drive $800/mth. first, last
and deposit. Call 904-
704-2292.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/
1.5, 1000 SO FT
TOWNHOUSE Attached
garage, one block to
school. $675/mth plus
$675/sec. Call 352-473-
5174.
1/1 HOUSE NICE YARD,
HWY 301 NORTH,
STARKE. $500/mth, call
904-769-6020.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/
1.5, CH/A $375/mth plus
$375/dep. Call 352-213-
4563.
1BR'TRAILER IN COUN-
TRY CLEAN AND PRI-
VATE. Electric included,
service animals only, call
352-468-2684.
STARKE 3/1.5
SINGL'EWIDE MOBILE
HOME. $450/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
2/1 MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT CH/A, WASHER
AND DRYER. Call 386-
562-3408.
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Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS -.DOG TAGS -
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the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation
LARGE RED PONY GOOD
WITH KIDS, $500. Baby
pigmy goats. $100 Call
904-588-4617.
BABY GOATS, JUST
RIGHT FOR CHRIST-
MAS. 7-8 weeks old, se-
rious inquiries only. Call
David at 904-964-5811.
GATOR CLASSIC SPE-
CIAL NEW YEAR'S DAY
HORSE SALE. Tuesday,
January 1, Starke, FL.
Tack 10:30am, horses
2'30pm. Consign now,
660-258-4040
Lic#FLN2122.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE THURSDAY
AND FRIDAY, 9am-4pm
and Saturday, 8:30am-
noon Homemade jams,
jellies and pickles, home
interior, Avon, household
items, clothes juniors,
some new, up to plus
sizes and men's also,
And much more. 16W
CR233, turn left, 2 miles
on right, look for signs.
MBSK MY BROTHERS &
Sister Keeper is having a
yard sale, Dec. 15th from
8am til 1pm SFCC park-
ing lot. Any donations will
be accepted at SFCC
Andrews Center.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
AT 9:30 AM. 18607 NW
84th Ave, off 100 to
Bayless Hwy, follow
signs. Cabbage Patch
dolls, antique iron skillets,
some of everything.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY, 8:30AM-5PM.
6551 NW CR225, Starke.
B & F Auction building in-
side. SR16 North to
flashing light, turn right,
go one mile, big red build-
ing on left. Call 904-964-
6778 or 904-306-6212.


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922 E. Brownlee'St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2& 3 Bedrooms Available

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2864' on W State Road 238
113.81 AC undeveloped & 2.15 AC homesite
Easy access to 1-75, Lk City and Lk Butler
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY housewares, decora- Wanted 55
DECEMBER14AND15,
am E Barstools stools tions, clothing (lots of plus REWARD OF $500-$1,000
toys, clothes, babythings, size) shoes and much PAID FOR FLORIDA
etc sclothes3 i 2nd more. Everythinghas got COUNTY AUTO TAGS
etc. North 301, 2nd togo. dated 1911-1917. Also
house from Harvest togo dated 19111917Also
Christian Church on right. 53B want FL-plates before
SINGER SEWING MA- Keyst e 1970, esp. Union County
CHINE INCABINET Keystone .tags with #63 prefix. Call
CRAFTSMAN mower Yard Sales Jeff Francis at 727-345-
and sweeper, commercial GARAGE SALE SATUR- 6627 or e-mail
stainless fridge/freezer DAY, 8am-2pm. 6338 gobucsl3@aol.com.
and counter fridge, CR214. Collectibles, For Sale 57
McDonalds and Nascar some antiques, house- ma e
collectibles, cell phones, hold goods. BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
a lot of electrical items THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND mattress and boxspring
and a lot of misc. Off SATURDAY, DECEM- with manufactures war-
CR18, turn on SE 49th BER 13-15, 9am-2pm. ranty. Brand new still in
Ave. in Hampton, follow 6860 Post Oak Court, plastic. Can deliver. Sell
signs. signs. Women's plus for$170. Call 352-372
BIG YARD SALE START- clothes, Christmas crafts, 7490.
ING 12/13 THROUGH gifts, jewelry, sewing ma- BEDROOM SET 7 piece
12/16 at 4867 NW 219th trial, china set, wood Gorgeous cherry queen/
St., Lawtey, FL 32058. shelves, etc. king bed, dresser, mirror,
Furniture and lots of misc. HUGE YARD SALE FRI- 2 nightstands, chest
stuff. Bam-3pm, look for available, dovetail con-
signs. 8am-3pmDAY AND SATURDAY struction. New still in
BIG YARD SALE, DECEM- 8am-2pm Take Hwy 100 boxes. Retail $6100, sac-
BER 13, 14 AND 15. 2 to CR214, go7 miles to rifice for $1100. 352-377-
blocks west of 301 on Heskett Lane Christmas 9846.
SR16, turn right on Lake toys, decorations, too DINING ROOM SUITE-
St., 9am-5pm. Look for much to list. beautiful cherry, table, 6
signs. 53C chippendale chairs and
MOVING SALE FRIDAYr lighted hutch and buffet.
SATURDAY AND SUN- Lake Butler Brand new still boxed.
DAY, 9am-5pm. 5300 Yard SalesCandeliver Retail5800,
sacrifice$1100. 352-377-
NW 196th Way, Starke off THURSDAY THROUGH sacr9846.
SR16 west of Morgan SATURDAY, 3 miles north BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Rd., look for signs. Fur- of Lake Butler on SR121. Pillowtop mattress and
nature, clothing, dishes Call 386-496-1312, little box. Name brand, new in
and lots more, bit of everything, plastic, with warranty.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY ANDat, t arrant
SATURDAY. Misc. furni-
ture, baby items, "Coke"
and racing collectibles. 5
miles north of Starke, s southern m 6er Inc.
right 204th St., Straw-
THIS SATURDAY ONLY, ,
DECEMBER 15, 2007.
Huge yard sale at 10700
US Hwy 301 South, .' -
Hampton, FL (Crosley -
Trailers). Office furniture
office supplies, desk or- .
ganizers, etc... Plus -.. .

ROOMS

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Economy Inn Pine and Hardwoods
tawt. FL $35 ~ up Small & Large Tracts
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
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Starke, FL

We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
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Faulkner Realty, Inc.

Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
(904196045069
I 405 W. Georgia St. Starke
faulknerrealty@embarqmail.com


ALMOST FINISHED with
a total renovation on this
2-story 3,500+SF located
on historic Walnut St.
Granite kitchen counter-
tops, upgraded lighting,
hardwood floors, you just
have to see this one.
$450,000

RENTAL 2/1 Home in Raiford $650
per month.
COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


WALK TO SOUTHSIDE SCHOOL
from this 3BR/1.5BA, completely
remodeled home. Tile floors in
kitchen and baths, new carpet, all
new kitchen cabinets and lots of
them! New appliances,garage.
Priced for quick sale. $P39,900

LARGE AND SMALL
PARCELS located in Bradford
County, for mobile homes or
homes. Owner financing
available. Call for prices and
locations.


Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100.Call 352-372-8588.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS -
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Phone, 904-
782-3172 or 904-509-
9126.
WASHER AND DRYER
SET, 90 DAY WAR-
RANTY, $175. Side by
side refrigerators, starting
at $150. Also, stoves, dif-
ferent styles. Call 904-
964-8222.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, deliv-
ery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot, Cash and
carry. Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888.
USED FURNITURE -.
GOOD CONDITION.
Sofa with sleep, love
seat, coffee table, end
table and table lamp,
$350. Call 904-964-
5282.


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


LOOKING FOR GENTLE-
MAN IN BROKER
WHO IS TRYING TO
SELL CRANE. Please
contact Yelton Construc-
tion, 904-819-9141.
REGULATION SIZE PING
PONG TABLE WITH EX-
TRAS, $125. 24'x52"
pool with sundome,
$1,500. Call 386-496-
1619.
MEDIUM BLUE COUCH
AND LOVE SEAT, clean
and good, $150. Call
904-782-3722.
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER, DINING ROOM
SET, table with leaf, 6
chairs and buffet. Call
904-782-3477 to see.
Looks like new.
WASHERS AND DRYERS
EXTRA LARGE CA-
PACITY, ALL CYCLES.
$150/set, can separate.
120 day warranty, free
delivery and set-up. Re-
frigerators and stoves
available, too. Call 904-
769-2453.
SIDE BY SIDE REFRIG-
ERATOR excellent con-
dition with ice maker,
$250 OBO. Call 904-364-
6417.
METAL CARPORT
FRAMES 3-12x18,. 1-


20x18 and 2-24x18.
$2,000 for all OBO. Call
352-468-3510,
24" SANYO TV. $50 13"
Rowa, DVD/TV, $40.
Sony stereo system,
$150. Green suede re-
cliner, $50. Variety of
rifles, shotguns and gun
cabinet, make offer. Call
352-473-0247.
2 ELECTRIC RANGES
AND 2 TRUCK TOOL
BOXES. Must see to ap-
preciate, call 904-964-
7275.
FOR SALE 150CC RPM
SCOOTER, garage kept,
mint condition, $1,800
OBO. Also, large chest
freezer, good condition,
$100. Call 352-745-
1255.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
ALSO, USED APPLI-
ANCES, misc, items.
Western Auto in Starke,
904-964-6841.
59
Personal
Services
GOLDEN FAITH MINIS-
TRIES BOOKS AND
GIFTS STORE IS NOW
OPEN! Located at 101
Edwards Rd., Starke.
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-some-
one with experience to
coordinate your holiday?
Let me help! 4 years
decorating trees in PV
Beach Florist, 2 years in-
terior design. For more
info, free consultation and
reasonable prices, call
Designs by Veronica at
904-964-3377.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
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3pm. Reasonable rates.
GRAHAM'S MOWING
SERVICE Residential,
commercial, custom bush
hogging and rough
woods mowing. Weekly
service available. Free
estimates, 386-752-4641
or 386-623-1026.
PECANS We buy, sell and
crack Wainwright's. 904-
964-5811.
HANDYMAN SERVICE -
CALL 904-966-9958.
WINDAL'S CONCRETE -
SLABS, DRIVEWAYS,
patios, sidewalks and
tractor work. Licensed
and insured. Call 904-
237-6101 cell or 904-782-
3606.
COMPANION/SITTER Do
you need someone to
stay with your loved one
so you can take a break
or run some errands?
Over 25 years experience
in the medical field, expe-
rience with geriatrics,
alzheimers and dementia
patients. Please call for
introduction and to dis-
cuss your loved ones
needs.- Call 352-478-
9010, or companion
sitter@aol.com.,
63
Love Lines
YOUNG, HANDSOME
AND ROMANTIC DOC-


TOR looking for girlfriend,
age 18-28, to travel and
share good times. Send
photos and info to
drtomas2@yahoo.com.
S.W.M., 38, NEW TO
STARKE SEEKING '
S.W.F. for conversation,
maybe more. So talk to--.
me. Please leave clear
phone number. Lonely,
but not desperate, 904-
964-8703.
64
Business
Opportunity
AVON CHRISTMAS SEA-
SON, EARN EXTRA $$$
Start today, $10 start-up
fee, 50% to start. Call
Sherry at 904-964-8851
or 800-269-4216 code 05.
LIQUOR LICENSE -
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMasters, Realtors.
800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
POSTAL JOBS $17.38-
$27.58/HR NOW HIR-
ING. For appointment
and free government job
info, call American Asso-
ciation of Labor at 913-
599-8226, 24hrs, emp.
serv.
NOW HIRING FULL TIME
SALES ASSOCIATE -
Tuesday 9am-5pm and
Saturday 9am-4pm.
Strong people skills and
retail sales experience
required, will train. Call
Christine at 904-434-
0067, Starke area.


COMPANY SPECIALIZING
in Erosion control now hir-
ing the following posi-
tions: Class A CDL driv-
ers, Crew leaders, me-
chanic, equipment opera-
tors, laborers valid Driv-
ers license a Must! Fax
Resume to 904-275-3292
of-ca lK904-275-4960,
EOE. Drug-Eree Work-

place.
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on CR
325.
CAREGIVER CNA and/or
2 years experience work-
ing with elderly or dis-
abled clients. 2 or 3 days
per week. Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rience, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
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 training 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.


It's still not too late to get a new house for Christmas.

Come and see two great homes in Starke

Saturday, Dec. 15.1393 Randall St. (Green Acres)
Open from 12:00 4:00 pm

and Sunday, Dec. 16.1493157th

at the Golf Course from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.
If you would like to see these houses before, just call
904-964-6217


$84,500 3BR/1.5BA MH
On 1+ acres. Detached CB
Garage.


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$99,900. 2BR/IBA Home
on Silver Sands Lake.


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$225,000 3BR/2BA
Unique cypress home on
Lake Loch Lommond.


$174,900 4BR/2BA
Home is on 1/2 acre. 1900
SF, Detached Shop




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$259,900. 2525 SF brick
home on 4.77 acs. 1200 SF
barn, detached efficiency &
above ground pool.


THE CITY OF STARKE
WILL BE ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS for the
position of "Water and
Wastewater Operator La-
borer Trainee." Water
and wastewater experi-
ence preferred but not
required. CDL Class B
license required. We will
train the selected appli-
cant. Must have a valid
State of Florida Commer-
cial Drivers License Class
B. Must pass a pre-em-
ployment physical and
drug screen and back-
ground check. Applica-
Stions can be picked up at
the Bradford Career Cen-
ter located at 819 South
Walnut St., Starke, FL
32091 and returned to
same. Applications will
be accepted through the
close of business on Fri-
day, December 21, 2007
at 5pm. The City of
Starke is an EOE.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
MANAGER FOR H & R
BLOCK in Starke. Posi-
tion requires strong
people skills, computer
proficiency, front desk
skills, including telephone
and scheduling. Will train
strong applicant. Please
contact Sheila Koon at
904-964-8286.
ARMED SECURITY OF-
FICERS D-G
Gainesville, FL Full-time,
$10.50/hr. Mon.-Fri, 2pm
til 10pm, great benefits.
Call 904-399-1813. EOE,
M/F/D/N.
2ND SHIFT- FRIDAY, SAT-
URDAYAND SUNDAY, 2-
11 shift. Starke Citgo next


$92,900 3BR/2BA, MH on
pa'.ed road in Initrlacheh
Detached garage/shop.




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$187,500 3BR/2BA Home
sits on .75 +/- acre in
Geneva Lake Estates

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$299,900. 3BR/2B
3429 SF. Golf course
Home.


ALL


MOTIVATED

SE ERS $315,00 3BR/2BA
SELLE! Custom built on 5 ac
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to McDonald's.
DRIVERS TOP PAY &
EXCELLENT.
HOMETIME. We train
car haulers. Superior
benefits package. CDL-
A with 2 years OTR ex-
perience. 800-889-8139.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL
Personnel/Payroll Coor-
dinator. Housekeeping
Aide PT evenings (wax-
ing and buffing floors).
Housekeeping Aide FT
days. For further informa-
tion, please visit our
website at www.lake
butlerhospital.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
website at www.
lakebutlerhospital.com.
386-496-2323, fax 386-
496-1611. Equal Employ-


ment Opportunity/Drug
Free Workplace.
GILMAN BUILDING
PRODUCTS COMPANY
is accepting applications
for a Quality Control For-
ester at the Sawmill lo-
cated in Lake Butler. A
two year degree in For-
estry or experience is re-
quired. We have com-
peitive rates and 401K,
dental and health insur-
ance, paid vacation and
holidays and promotional
opportunities. Interested
applicants should apply in
person Monday through
Friday, 8am-3:30pm at
the front office.
ELECTRICIANS NEEDED
VALID DRIVERS LI-
CENSE. Ray'sElectricof
Keystone. Call 352-475-
1715.
THE CITY OF STARKE
WILL BE ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS for a
Building and Grounds
Maintenance Person in
the Recreation Depart-
ment. Employee will be
.required to perform main-
tenance on ball fields and
other City owned recre-
ational facilities. Accom-
plish general repair work


? Works
lactu/Bradretid: A Ca timlnin irtners ilp
If you are an employer looking
for employees please contact
Susan or Pam at 904-964-5278
or visit us online at
floridaworksonline.com.
Let us make your hiring process
easier for you, at no charge.


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tor the recreation depart-
ment and assist in main-
tenance and repair of
other City facilities as di-
rected. Assist in perfor-
mance of recreational ac-
tivities and officiate at
sporting events as di-
rected. Must have skill in
carpentry work, operation
and use of standard tools
and materials, knowledge
of proper methods, prac-
tices, occupational haz-
ards and safety precau-
tions of various building
trades, ability to under-
stand and carry out oral
and written directions,
obtain, store, safeguard,
distribute and properly
use needed equipment,
material and supplies.
Completion of High
School or GED. Experi-
ence in recreational ac-
tivities is desirable. Must
have a valid Florida Driv-


ers Le A--icense. i


ers License. Applications
can be picked up at the
Bradford Career Center
located at 819 S. Walnut
St., Starke, FL and re-
turned to the same. Ap-
plications will be ac-
cepted through the close
of business on December
21, 2007. The City of
Starke is an EOE.
TRUCK DRIVER CLASS
A OR B WITH HAZMAT
and tanker endorsement.
Local routes only. Call
Stone Transport, 904-
259-2314 or apply in per-
son, 253 E. Florida Ave.,
Macclenny.
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SCHOOL FULL TIME
POSITIONS AVAILABLE.
Workshop Mechanics -
Fully skilled, must have
import experience, own
tools, some motorsport
experience preferred.
Grounds Maintenance
Worker Must have expe-


Now Hiring
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Retirement Benefits, incl. Health
Excellent Training Program
Up to 90/10 Commission Splits
No Desk Fees
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2+acres-Nice DW/MH:
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C.R. 352-Keystone, 3/2
brick & guest cottage.
Motivated seller: $249,000.
Sampson Lake homes:
from $360,000
2/1 remodeled home-not in
city, like new: $82,500
Lot on Old Lawtey Rd.-MHs
allowed: $14,000
77 Acres, CR 225: $608,300
3/1 CB home,10+acres:
$170,000


ires


3/1.5 CB home on corner lot:
$139,000
'3/2 Large MH & barn on 2.4
acres: $115,000
3/2 on Raiford Rd.-New!:
$167,500
3/2 on Raiford Rd.-New!:
$172,000
4/2 CB 2 story-7.43 acres:
$299,999
3/2-3,309 sq.ft. home-2 car
garage: $475,000
4/2 MH-1 acre, totally
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Heights: $134,000
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CuaMMUNITY CLitiS

Staff Assistant II
Grant Funded
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 .
secretarial or clerical
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assistant to, a manager
desired.
Salary: $21,612
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area. College
application required.
Position details and
application available on
the webat:
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Inquiries: Human
Resources
Lake City Community
College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
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BC Fairgrounds present

good eats and crafty treats


ABOVE: Albert Starling
was selling some
homemade walking
sticks, as well as
carved wildlife art.


LEFT: James
Colwell trains
all of his
attention on
the all-
important
presentation
of his
barbecue.
Chefs spent
all night
preparing
their fare for
the test of
the judges.


ABOVE: (L-R) Donald
Hair shows Dalton
Russell some of the
hand-carved wooden
items he has made.


I $


iH _, .. F ft A barbecue
V. contest,
:" enter-
tainment and
,,i: a wide
variety of
Sr r crafts for
Purchase
were on tap
for those
who
attended the
Beefcember
S. C. Fest and
S annual
Christmas
Craft show
held Dec. 8.
FAR LEFT:
(L-R) Jimmy
Starling and.
Foy'Whatley,-
prepare a
plate of
delicious
' barbecue for"
the judges.





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Section C: Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007 Telegraph Times Monitor




Starke's Stephen Denmark still looking to land roles


BY CLIFF SMELLEY

The NBC show "Windfall"
could have been just that for
Si.pliihci Denmark of Starke,
um ilic show was cancelled
midseason.
Still, Denmark remains
upbeat about his experiences in
pursuing acting as a career and
has no ci.cr,-i about moving to
L .il in'I,.i to do So.
"I've got great friends, a
good agent and a good life
il0hrt now," he said.
Denmark, the son of Steve
and Kitten Denmark, was able
to land a role on "Windfall,"
which debuted in the summer
of 2'i0o. He played "Kevin,"
the best friend of one of the
show's main characters. The
show was about a group of
people winning the lottery and
how that affected their lives.
Denmark said it was supposed
to be NBC's version of "Lost."
"There was a lot of hype
around it," he said, "but it
never went anywhere. Back to
square one."
It may seem a devastating
blow to someone trying to
make it as an actor, especially
for someone who seems to just
keep missing out on parts.
Denmark joked that he's the
"king of callbacks." He makes
enough of an impression
during an audition to get called
back, but in the end, the .part
winds up going to somebody
else.
Denmark takes the
experiences in stride, saying
that an actor should go into the
business knowing he or she
will be told "no" 2,000 times
before hearing one "maybe,"
and told "no" 3,000 times
before hearing one "yes." His
attitude has developed over the
course of his time in Los
Angeles. Denmark said he has
gotten a lot tougher, realizing
that nothing is going to come
easy and that rejection is part
of the process.
"I think I've grown up a lot,
too," he said. "I've lived by
myself basically since I w.as
16."
Denmark went to Los
Angeles in early 2003, trying
to make an impression .during
television's pilot season.
Landing the part on "Windfall"
seemed to be his big break,'
though he did have a part on
one episode of Comedy
Central's "Mind of Mencia" as
well as doing a couple of
promotional commercials for
ABC soap operas.
His experience on
"Windfall" has been the
definite high point in his still
young career, he said.
"It's kind of hard to get on a
network show," Denmark said.
His character was to be
recurring, and he also got to
drive a Ferrari, which he
enjoyed.
Hitting his marks, though,
was another story. Denmark
said hitting marks, or
occupying certain positions
throughout a. scene, is
something you're not taught in
acting classes. It's something



Cane

grinding:

hard work,

but worth it
BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Upon entering a shed out
behind Roy's Market, one is
confronted with a scene
reminiscent of "Macbeth" in
which hags prepare a foul and
sinister witches' brew in a
steaming cauldron.
This is only a very fleeting
impression as the visitor
quickly learns that the
concoction being made is far
from the loathsome, wicked
product of a witches' coven,
but is syrup of surpassing
sweetness and delectability.
And these are hardly
witches, but Roy Jackson, his
'..ie,. Clif'crd. sister Joyce
kMelton. brother-in-law Damon
Melton, cousin Betty Morgan
and her husband Glynn
Morg.an They have assembled,
as rihe: do each year on fall
Frid..l -, to make natural syrup.
"It's a family affair," said
Jackson, speL.kirng not only of


See CANE, p. 3C


you learn as you go, but it's
tough to stay in character and
not look down at where your
marks are.
The experience on


"Windfall" was. particularly
challenging, especially in light
of the fact he was performing
in front of a large crowd. The
scene he was in was filmed at


a high school in Pasadena. All
the school's students were
watching.
"I had to hit like seven
marks within two sentences (of


dialogue)," Denmark said.
"That's hard to do because you
can't look down. There were
like 300 people watching me
do it. It was pretty nerve-


racking. There were like four
cameras on me." :"
Besides the "Windfall"
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BHS teacher has photos displayed at area museum


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Gainesville's Florida
Museum of Natural History is
currently offering visitors a
glimpse of vanishing Florida
thanks to photographs taken by
Bradford High School teacher
Ken Sourbeer.
"Florida's Vanishing
Habitats and Wildlife," an
exhibit that went on display
Nov. 29 and runs through
March 30, 2008, features 38
photographs by Sourbeer that
document three ecosystems:
coastal zones, freshwater
wetlands and upland habitats.
It is a glimpse of what is to
come in the form of a book
Sourbeer is working on.
"The exhibit consists of a
sample of this larger project,
which I had in mind to cover
the entire state and pick out the
larger habitats that are
endangered," Sourbeer said.
The exhibit consists of
photographs of various sizes-
8"x10", 1l"x14", 16"x20",
20"x24" and 30"x40"-and
various places, including
several within the confines of
the Ocala National Forest.
One of Sourbeer's photos is
of oystercatchers -he
photographed from a boat in
the* Cedar Key National
Wildlife Refuge.
Oystercatchers are large birds
with bright orange bills and
black and white plumage.
They are listed as a species of
special concern in Florida
because coastal development
has altered their habitat.
SAnother photograph shows a
species of vetch that only



ROLES
Continued from page 1C

experience, Denmark was
called back after auditioning
for a part on the VH1 show
"NoTORIous." He was up for
the part of the guy who took
the show's star, Tori Spelling,
to the prom during a flashback
scene.
That experience, too, proved
to be a little nerve-racking.
"Usually, you read in front
of two or three people,"
Denmark said..., They.ipushed
me in the room and go, 'By the
way, you're reading for Tori
and all the producers .and
writers.' There was like 30
people in the room. I was not
prepared for that."
Denmark also auditioned for
a role in a movie last summer.
The part came down to him
and one other person, with the
part eventually going to the
other person.
Often, Denmark finds parts
are going to actors with longer
resumes.
"I'm getting close to the
parts, you know, but I'm going
against kids who've been
doing it since they were 7.
years old," he said.
Denmark, though, is happy
he is not one of those who
moved to Los Angeles as a
kid. He relishes the
experiences he had growing up
in Starke and finds that many
of those actors who have been
working since they were kids
regret the fact they didn't have
the same experiences, such as
participating in homecoming
activities in high school.
"I'ro.-glad I did that,"
Denmark said.
Another thing Denmark is
glad he did was get a job as an
intern in a casting office when


John Byram of the University
Press of Florida approximately
a year ago. Byram was
intrigued by the idea of
presenting the public with an
account of the state's
endangered habitats.
"He was interested in
producing a larger, table-top-'
size book on exactly this topic
because the emphasis was
different than anything he had
ever seen," Sourbeer said. "I
trusted his judgment on that."
Sourbeer also trusted
Byram's judgment when it
came to the matter of writing
the text for the book. Byram
suggested finding someone
who specializes in writing
about conservation. Such
writers do have a following in
the state, which would in turn
lead to selling more books,


Ken Sourbeer took this picture of oystercatchers at Cedar Key National Wildlife
Refuge. The birds are listed by the state as a species of special concern.


grows in two places in the
Ocala National Forest. What's
a vetch? Sourbeer asked
himself the same question
when he was out in the Ocala
National Forest with botanists.
A vetch is a plant that is a
member of the legume family,
by the way. If you don't
recognize it when you see it in
a picture, or look at another
photo in the exhibit and don't
know what you're looking at,
you're not alone.
"That was me, too, until I
actually went with the
researchers who actually say,
'This is a salt marsh.' I learned


he moved to California. He
recommends that for anybody
looking to break into the
business.
"It was the best learning
experience for me," he said. "I
didn't get paid. I was just an
intern, but I learned so much.
They helped me get an agent. I
learned how a real audition
process works."
Overall, though, his entire
time out in Los Angeles has
been an ongoing learning
process. For starters, Denmark
had to work with a vocal coach
to learn how to talk without a
Southern accent. That was an
'ap'pbkimate' '.'' "sif-inorith
process.
"Now it just comes natural,
but it was tough at first,"
Denmark said. "I had an acting
coach who would stop me and
say, 'No, you're talking
Southern again," in the middle
of a scene."
Denmark has also learned
that there are not a lot of nice
people in the business. He said
you should not tell anybody
but your closest friends about
an audition or someone may
make a call to an agent and get


that way," Sourbeer said.
That was how Sourbeer
learned what a vetch was. A
botanist pointed him in the
direction in which he would
find them growing, and off he
trudged with his camera,
wading through water to get to
them.
He cannot say enough about
the knowledge of the various
botanists and other personnel,
whether they be professors or
graduate students, he has had
the opportunity to accompany
:out in the field. -
"They taught me more than I
could've ever learned reading


Stephen Denmark


t"he audition booked over the
person who originally'
mentioned it.
"It's cutthroat out there,"
Denmark said.
That's why he cherishes the
friends he does have. They
spend time hanging out at
beaches in Mialibu or in clubs.
They take road trips
throughout the state.
Many of his friends also
.happen to be actors, so they
have forged a strong bond out
of shared experiences.
"We know what it's like to


about what goes on in the
habitats of Florida," Sourbeer
said.
Sourbeer has been taking
photographs since he was a
child and has collaborated with
such organizations as the U.S.
Department of Agriculture
Division of Forestry and the
University of Florida's School
of Forest Resources and
Conservation. He also has a
book to his credit: "A Journey
Through the Ocala National
Forest."
He has been working g on his
current book for approximately
two years. He discussed it with


be judged every. day at an
audition and-hear 'no' all the
time," Denmark said,;"At the
same'time, we know, what itt'
like to all get jobs and have
that gratification and that
excitement and that paycheck,
which is nice."
He's seen a lot of friends
rise to fame, Denmark said.
He's not necessarily looking
for fame, though. He just
wants to. be a working actor
who can support himself
financially. .. ...':.,
So how long do-es'~b 'lI\e
himself to achieve thait
Denmark said he bb ioiitl\
will have to give up if things
don't work out for him, but
Such thoughts don't ever cross
his mind. He's taking things
day by day, with a firm belief
that he's doing what he's
supposed to be doing.
"I just feel like it's meant to
be," he said.


Sourbeer said Byram told him.
It sounded like a good idea
.to Sourbeer. He was willing to
write the book himself, but
admitted it would be better for
someone else to do it.
"I can write," he said, "but
I'm probably a better
photographer than I am a
writer."
Sourbeer's mother was
influential in his development
as a photographer. She worked
in a photo shop and gave him a
Kodak Brownie.
"She bought me a camera
and encouraged. me to use it
because she could get the film
processed," Sourbeer said.
As Sourbeer was developing
his skills as a photographer, he
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Glynn Morgan (left) feeds sugar stalk into the grinder as Damon Melton pulls out
"pummies."


CANE
Continued from page 1C

immediate family members,
but their extended clan of
friends, neighbors and warmly
welcomed newcomers who
come for good talk, laughter
and tasty down-home fixings
and beverage.
The all but lost art of making
natural syrup was passed down
years ago by Jackson's father-
in-law, Lewis Welch, to his
daughter Clifford


"It was 20 years ago, in 1987,
that I began making syrup
according to the family
formula," Jackson said.
As explained by Jackson, it
all begins with harvesting his
one and one-half acres of sugar
cane every fall.
In the harvesting process,
the leaves, or fodder, are
stripped off the cane, its tops
are cut off and the stalks are
shortened, Jackson said.
They are then taken to the
mill-a two-day process which
Jackson called the most
laborious part of the enterprise.,


Once there, the grinding of
the cane begins. In days long
past, this was accomplished by
a mule-driven mill, but that
eventually gave way to one
energized by human power.
Nowadays, a mill run by
electricity is used. The stalks
are fed one by one into the
grinder which squeezes out the
juice. It is caught in ,a large
container with layers of
screens 'on top to filter out
debris. The squeezed out stalks
that emerge on the other side
are called "pummies" and are


fed to the cattle.
"When the container is
filled, it is poured into a 60-
gallon kettle and the juice is
cooked at 212 degrees for
about three and one-half
hours," said Jackson
As it gradually reaches the
boiling point, Jackson and
other volunteers, family or
friends, stand by at the ready
with scoops to skim off the
debris that floats to the surface.
"At full boil the froth is
initially brown but gradually
turns to a creamy white. This
is skimmed off and cooled and
makes a chewy, sweet candy
called 'polecat,'" said Jackson.
Jackson said that the telltale
sign that the process is nearing
its end is when he sees the
bubbles "frogging," so called
because the brown bubbles
come to resemble the
expanded throat of a croaking
frog.
"I have an instinct for
knowing when the syrup is
ready by the way it drips off
the spoon after I dip it into the
kettle," Jackson said.
He also double checks to see
if the syrup's consistency is
right by using a hydrometer,
which he proudly said bears
out his instincts.
The next step involves
pouring the ,.finished syrup,
again through a- filter, into a
washtub where it is allowed to
cool for 30 minutes.
Finally, it is ready to be
poured through. a funnel into
glass bottles that are sold at the


inr


store.
As the process starts over
again, family,- friends and
visitors (Jackson said that there
may be as many as 40. to 50
people visiting on an average
Friday), enjoy a tasty meal of
homemade sausage and
homemade bread prepared by
Clifford. On each plate the
sausage and bread are awash in
a pool of the sweet syrup.
Jackson said that, due to an
early bumper crop, this was the
fifteenth Friday this fall where


the ritual gathering has been
repeated.
As the syrup supply starts
running lou, Jackson said he
starts planting sugar again and
normally sees the first sprouts
-appear in the late winter or
early spring. By October or
November, they are ready once
again .to be harvested and the
cycle begins again.
"It's hard work, but it's
more than worth it," said
Jackson. "Most things that are
this good do not come without
hard work."


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the kettle.


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The Bradford Middle School cross country program Vicki Hill, Kayla Garlo, Courtney Stanton, Pam Petry,
recently recognized its award winners. Girls' award (middle, I-r) Sean Massey, Seth Miller, LaQwan Frazier,
winners were: Nicole Miller (MVP), Rachel Rensberger Andy Merrill (captain), Tyler Crawford, Kayla Nugent,
(sportsmanship) and Hannah Ricker (most improved). Rachel Rensberger, Hannah Ricker, Felicia Foti, Kya
Boys' winners were: Andy Merrill (MVP), Sean Massey Steele (back, I-r) Dustin Corbitt, Rowdy Rensberger,
(sportsmanship) and lan Waters (most improved), coach John Loper, James Ramseur (captain), lan
Pictured above are: (front, I-r) Shaina Harden, Julie Waters, coach Jeff Ledger, Tiana Sheffield, and Jodi
Glisson, Nicole Miller (captain), Natali Powell (captain), Carter.


BHS boys pull
out 2-point
hoops win
over UCHS
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Frankie Caldwell's jump
shot with two seconds left was
off the mark, allowing the
Barid.oliIi boys' basketball
team to escape with a 51-49
win over Union County on
Dec. 6 in Starke,
The Tornadoe improved to
5-1! .lepitc playing without
lejdii', scorer Eugene Blye,
who was out with an injured
shoulder.
"We 'ullc.1 out a win,"
RIilloid head coach Mark
MI(clt .i saic
Josh Blie led Ri:llfoii with
15 points, while Markael
Moore and Tremaine Harris
added 13 and 10 points,
respectively. Moore, who
scored five of his points in the
fourth quarter, went 5-of-7
from the foul line, including
making 3-of-4 free throwsin-
..-- a-tTn-ap-poerio..--
Overall, the Tornadoes went
8-of-12 from the line. Union
did not fare as well, making
just 15-of-27 attempts.
The Tigers did get a clutch


performance at the foul line
from Sampson Jackson, who
made 5-of-7 attempts in the
fourth quarter. Jackson scored
nine of his 13 points in the
final period as the Tigers
outscored Bradford 16-11.
Caldwell led Union with 15
points.
Bradford took on District 3-
4A opponent Middleburg this
past Tuesday and will travel to
Alachua this Friday, Dec. 14,
to play district opponent Santa
Fe at 7:30 p.m. On Tuesday,
Dec. 18, the Tornadoes host
Keystone Heights at 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 8 17 8 16-49
BHS: 13 14 13 11--51
Scoring
Union County (49): Albritton
3, Barringer 1, Caldwell 15,
Cason 6, Jackson 13, Jernigan
7, Sharpe 2, Wintons 4. 3-
pointers: Cason, Jernigan.
Free throws: 15-27.
Bradford (51): Blye 15, Harris
10, Henderson 5, Malcolm
Moore 1, Markael Moore 13,
Smith 1, Williams 6. 3-
_pointers:- Blye, Henderson.
Free throws: 8-12.

Earlier BHS results:
BHS 61 Baker 53
Bradford improved its


district record to 2-0 after
defeating Baker County 61-53
on Dec. 4 in Starke.
The Tornadoes trailed by
two at the half, but got six
points each from Eugene Blye
and Josh Williams in the third
quarter to take a 41-40 lead.
Dannerius Sheffield, who had
seven points, hit a 3-pointer in
the third to also help the
Tornadoes rally.
Blye would go on to lead the
Tornadoes with 19 points,
while Williams finished with
nine.
Harris, who finished with
eight points, went 4-of-4 from
the foul line in the fourth
quarter.
Score by Quarter
Baker: 15 9 16 13-53
BHS: 10 12 19 20-61
Bradford Scoring (61): E.
Blye 19, J. Blye 6, Harris 8,
Malcolm Moore 1, Markael
Moore 5, Martella Moore 6,
Sheffield 7, Williams 9. 3-
pointers: Markael Moore,
Sheffield,. E. Bye 2. Free
throws: 13-23.

In response to the doctor
saying, "General, I fear th-e
angels are waiting for you,"
Ethan Allen's last words were,
"Waiting are they? Waiting are
they? Well-let 'em wait."


Tigers defeat
Taylor for 2-0
district mark
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Union County boys'
basketball team shook off its
loss to neighbor rival Bradford
by defeating District 6-3A
opponent Pierson Taylor 72-35
on Dec. 7 in Pierson.
Union's first-quarter output
(18 points) was more than the
host Wildcats mustered in the
entire first half. The Tigers led
35-15 at the half.
Sampson Jackson scored a
game-high 21 points as the
Tigers improved to 2-0 in
district play. Jalil Byrd added
12 points.
The Tigers, who improved
to 6-3, attempted to move to 3-
0 in the district when they
played Interlachen this past
Tuesday. Union travels to
Jasper to play Hamilton
County on Friday, Dec. 14, at
7:30 p.m. That will be the
Tigers' last game before the
holiday break.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 18 17 22
THS: 6 9 14


15-72
8-35


Union Scoring (72): Barringer

See TIGERS, p. 5C


Indians defeat
district foe
for first win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Matt Snowberger had eight
rebounds and eight blocks to
go along with 15 points as the
Keystone Heights boys'
basketball team notched its
first win of the season,
defeating visiting Interlachen
44-39 on Dec. 7.
It was an important win for
the Indians (1-5 prior to Dec.
11) as Interlachen is a District
6-3A opponent. Keystone is
now 1-1 in district play after
holding off a fourth-quarter
rally. The Rams, who trailed
37-22 going into the fourth
quarter, outscored the Indians
17-7 in the final period.
Snowberger was joined by
two teammates in double-digit
scoring. Richie Rudd scored
11 points, while Nathan
Buchanan had 10. Rudd also
had five assists, which led the
team.
Keystone played district


opponent Crescent City this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent- Piers6nr -
Taylor thisTriday, Dec. 14, at
7:30 p.m. On Tuesday, Dec.
18, the Indians travel to Starke
to play Bradford at 7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
IHS: 9 8
KHHS: 17 14


17-39
7-44


Keystone Scoring' (44):
Buchanan 10, Dalton Campbell
2, Robby Crane 6, Rudd 11,
Snowberger 15. Free throws:
4-8.


Earlier results:

Broncos 72 KH 56
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teams, it was the host
Middleburg Broncos who got
the best of the Indians, handing
Keystone a 72-56 loss on Dec.
4.
The first half propelled the
Broncos as they outscored
Keystone 39-23.
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SBradford girls
stay unbeaten
in District 3
S BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Perfect Angels
The Starke Angels of the rookie division went undefeated this fall. Pictured are:
(front, I-r) Blake Reddish, Kaleb Wilkison, Kanler Bann, Payton Welch, Jordan
Daugherty, (middle, I-r) Dalton Hart, Matthew Garlo, Wade Collins, Tony Urolia,
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and coach Roy Hart.


Lady Tigers
roll to 8-1
record after
31-point win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A 20-2 first quarter proved
to be all the Union County
girls' b-i.itr-jll team really
needed in a 45-14 win over
District 6-3A opponent Pierson
Taylor on Dec. 7 in Pierson.
"We came out really hot on
the boards defensively, and at
one point were shooting over
50 percent from the floor,"
Union head coach Perry Davis
said. "That makes for a hard
combination to beat."
Amber Franzluebbers and
Ambreyal Stewart scored 16


INDIANS
Continued from page 4C

,,diddlel~"* ,gQpnecte n .
eight/ 3-pointers;- with four
players each making two.
Three Keystone players
scored in double figures:
Snowberger (11), Buchanan
(10) and Rudd (10). Marcel
Robinson. also added eight
points for the Indians.


.Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9 14 18 15-56
MHS: 19 20 20 13-72
Keystone Scoring (56):
Buchanan 10, Campbell 3,
Crane 5, Robinson 5, Rudd 10,
Snowberger 10, Dillon Van
Wagner 2, Jacob Van Wagner
4, Scott Walker 3. 3-pointers:
J. Van Wagner. Free throws:
18-26.

Oak Hall 37 KH 22


and 10 points, respectively, to
help lead the Tigers (8-1, 2-0
in District 6 prior to Dec. 11)
to their fourth straight win.
Terissa Nutt grabbed 14
rebounds, while Stewart and
Sharmaine Couch had seven
and six, respectively.
Union's junior varsity
players got to close out the
game.
The. Tigers played district
opponent Interlachen this past
Tuesday and will hbst Fort
White tonight, Dec. 13, at 6
p.m. Union then travels to play
district opponent Crescent City
on Friday, Dec. 14, at 7 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 17, the
Tigers host Baker County at 7
p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 20 12 13 0-45
THS: 2 5 2 .5-14
Union County Scoring (45):


Keystone was held to seven
points in the first half as
visiting Oak 'Hall handed the
Indians a 37-22 loss on Dec. 6.
Sriowberger.led the Indians
in ihe loss it h eiglhi p inisi .
si\ rebound and I.'oir blocks.
Robinson added three
assists.


Couch 6, Kelli Davis 2,
Franzluebbers 16, Nutt 4,
Stewart 10, Ashli Watkins 7. 3-
pointers: Franzluebbers 2.
Free throws: 5-8.

Earlier result:

UC 75 Suwannee 34
Franzluebbers and Stewart
each had a double-double to
help the Tigers to an easy 75-
34 win over Suwannee on Dec.
4 in Live Oak.
The trio of Couch,
Franzluebbers and Stewart
produced 59 points, but Davis
,pointed to another factor in the
win.
"The key to' the night was
crashing the boards," he said.
Stewart and Franzluebbers
pulled down 14 and 11
See UC, p. 6C


Score by Quarter
Oak Hall: 8 15 2- 12-37
KHHS: 4 3 8 7-22
Keystone Scoring (22):
Buchanan 2, Robinson 2, Rudd
4, Rund 3, Snowberger 8,
Walker 3. 3-pointers: Rund.
Free throws: 3-8.


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Demetria Slocum poured in
22 points to help the Bradford
girls' basketball team defeat
Santa Fe 51-44 on Dec. 6 in
Alachua and remain
undefeated in District 3-4A.
The Tornadoes, coming off
of a 50-45 loss to Palatka, held
a 17-9 advantage in the third
quarter to build a 10-point lead
after leading just 26-24 at the
half.
Ebony Smith also scored in
double figures for Bradford
with 12 points.
Bradford will attempt to
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when it travels to Orange Park
to play Ridgeview tonight,
Dec. 13. On Monday, Dec. 17,
the Tornadoes host district
opponent Middleburg.
Both games are scheduled
for 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter



TIGERS
Continued from page 4C
6, Byrd 12, Caldwell 7, Cason
9, Holland 2, Jackson 21,
Jernigan 5, Wintons 4. 3-
pointers: Cason, Byrd 2,
Jackson 3. Free throws: 9-18.

Earlier result:

UC 51 Chiefland 40
The Tigers held Chiefland to
five points in the third quarter
en route to a 51-40 win on
Dec. 4.
Jackson and Frankie
Caldwell scored 13 points each
to lead Union, which outscored
Chiefland 22-13 in the second
half. Alvin Jernigan and
Marcus Albritton scored nine
and eight points, respectively.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 12 17 11
CHS: 13 11 5


11-51
8-40


Union Scoring (51): Albritton
8, Barringer 2, Byrd 3, Caldwell
13, Jackson 13, Jernigan 9,
Wintons 3. 3-pointers:
Jackson 2. Free throws: 15-
28.-


BHS: 16 10 17 8-51
SFHS: 13 11 9 11-44
Bradford Scoring (51):
Destiny Bass 5, Farah Duhart-
2, Keita Goodman 6, Slocum
22, Smith 12, Jerica Warren 4.


3-pointers: Bass.
throws: 6-10.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It had been a struggle for the
Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team after winning
its season-opening game. The
Indians dropped four games in
a row, but they have since won
four in a row, including two
wins over larger schools, the


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24 over Class 4A Middleburg
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quarter, but went on to
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each of the remaining .three
quarters.
Megan Poupard led the
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Shannon Gray added eight.
The Indians host Pierson
Taylor this Friday, Dec. 14, at
6 p.m. in an attempt to
improve their District. 6-3A
record to 3-1. Keystone
dropped its district opener to
Union County, but has since
defeated district opponents
Interlachen and Crescent City.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 9 10
MHS: 9 3 6


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Godau goal

allows KH

boys to pull

out 4-3 win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Maurice Godau, with his
team facing the prospect of a
tie, scored the decisive goal in
the final three minutes to give
the Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team a 4-3 win over
visiting Oak Hall on Dec. 10.
It was the third win in the
last four matches for the
Indians (7-5-1 prior to Dec.
11), but it was hard-earned.
Keystone went up 3-1 in the
second half when Austin
Groves scored off of an assist
from Brad Gober. but Oak Hall
answered with a pair of goals
in the 56'" and 77 minutes by
Jordan Chung.
That tied the score, but
Keystone quickly worked the
ball downfield to within 18
yards of the Oak Hall goal.
The Indians were able to take
several shots that did not find
their mark, but resulted in a
serum in front of the net.
Godau was able to poke the
ball. past the goalie for his
second goal of the match.
Gober was credited with the
assist.
Godau scored the first goal
of the match, taking advantage
of a pass from Ryan Miller in
the 25" minute. Gober then put
the Indians up 2-0 when he
converted on a wide-open
opportunity in the 371" minute.
Godau earned the assist.
Oak Hall was held scoreless
in the first half, but scored
quickly after intermission in
the 45 minute.
Keystone finished the match
with a shots-on-goal advantage
of 24-12.
The Indians played District
5-3A opponent Interlachen this
past Tuesday in an attempt to
improve their district record to
3-2. On Friday, Dec. 14, the
Indians travel to Pierson to
take on district opponent
Taylor at 7 p.m.
Keystone hosts St. Johns on
Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m.

Earlier results:

KH 4 Ft. White 3
Gober converted on -a
;: *c'lJ. ..ijk ..iu-..ii1c. lm.,l ni,,.ic
tu gi'c the IndianaI a 4-3 win
over Fort White on Dec. 3 in
Keystone.
Fort White's Jason Shriver


tied the score when he
converted on a penalty kick in
the final minute. Gober
responded by dribbling the
length of the field into the Fort
White box before being fouled.
Gober's ensuing penalty kick
found the corner of the net for
the win.
That gave Gober three goals
on the night. His first occurred
in a first half that seemed to
indicate the Indians would
have an easy time. They took a
2-0 halftime lead after goals by
Gober and Miller. Miller and
Godau had assists on those
goals.
Fort White found the net in
the 60'h minute on a goal'by
Shriver, but Keystone came
right back and went up 3-1
when Trey Bland sent a cross
to a wide-open Gober, who
buried a shot into the net.
Shriver scored again for Fort
White to make it a one-point
match before tying the score
on his penalty kick.

St. Francis 4 KH 3
Keystone gave unbeaten St.
Francis quite a battle before
falling 4-3 on Dec. 4 in
Keystone.
Gober scored two goals in
the match, the second of which
tied the score at 3-all in the
57'" minute. The score came
after a through-ball by Godau,
which allowed Gober to easily
beat the St. Francis goalie.
The Wolves, however,
scored in the 78th minute to
pull out the win.
Keystone fell behind 2-0,
but-Justin Hannah took a cross
from Gober and found the net
in the 371h.minute.
The score stood at 2-1 at the
half, but the Indians quickly
tied it up after the break when
Miller fed Gober for a score.
St. Francis scored its third
goal on a breakaway
opportunity in the 56"h minute.


KH 2 Crescent'1
Gober bent a free kick into
the corner of the goal from 20
yards out to give the Indians a
2-1 win over district opponent
Crescent City on Dec. 7 in
Keystone.
The score, which occurred in
the 70'" minute, allowed
Keystone to avenge an earlier
loss to the Raiders.
Godau put the Indians up
early when he headed a corner
kick b\ Gober inio the net in.
the fifth minute.
The 1-0 lead stood until
Crescent City scored in the 55th
minute.


Keystbne girls Brooks, Hines KH
pick up eighth capture titles Continued from page 5C
win in soccer in Bradford 8 Abbv Knabb 2, Heath


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Just like last time, the
Keystone Heights girls' soccer
team went into the half up 2-0.
This time, however, there
would be no goals scored
against the Indians in a 3-0 win
over District 5-3A opponent
Crescent City on Dec. 7 in
Keystone.
Keystone (8-4-1 prior to
Dec. 11) improved to 3-1 in
district play. The Indians' only
loss came against Crescent
City on Nov. 20 when the
Indians, after leading 2-0 at the
half, allowed four second-half
goals in a 4-2 loss. ..
The second time around,
Tysee Williams and Annalise
McGhghy scored first half
goals off of assists from Katie
McCollum and Tori Beasley,
respectively.
Noel Crane had the only
goal of the second half when
she scored in the 60th minute.
Prior to playing Crescent
City, the Indians defeated St.
Francis 2-0 on Dec. 4 in
Keystone. Williams scored
both goals.
Keystone played district
opponent Interlachen this past
Tuesday and will host Clay
today, Dec. 13, at 5 p.m. On
Friday, Dec. 14, the Indians
close out regular-season
district play with a match'
against Taylor in Pierson at 5
p.m.
The Indians play their last
match before the holiday break
,on Monday, Dec. 17, against
Middleburg at 5 p.m. in
Keystone.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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Bradford High School
hosted its first-ever "Tornado
Invitational" wrestling
tournament, with Billy Brooks
and Casey Hines both winning
the championships in their
respective weight classes.
Brooks and Hines, who were
boih state qualifiers last year,
won the 140- and 215-pound
classes, respectively. Brooks
defeated Suwannee's Brian
Wainwright 5-3 in overtime,
while Hines pinned Derrick
Roberts of Raines. .
Brandon Andrews earned a
fourth-place finish after losing
7-2 to Devin Graham of Glynn
Academy in the consolation
bracket.
Suwannee topped the 12-
team field with a team score of
250.5. Glynn Academy was
runner-up with a score of
150.5.
Bradford was eighth with a
score of 77.5.
Bradford coach Joe Van
Vactor said he could not thank
the parents and all involved-
especially Ronnie Harris-for
their hard work in ensuring
that this tournament was a
success.
"They were awesome," Van
Vactor said.

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Free throws: 4-13.

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Poupard and
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Heather Martin each
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CHS: 10 6
KHHS: 13 12

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Jordyn Davis 2, Kat
Gray 4, Knabb 7,
Poupard 8, Russel
8. 3-pointers: Pou
throws: 7-12.

KH 43 Interl
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IHS: 5 0


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Easton 1, Gray 6, Becca
Heavrin 1, Knabb 2, Martin 3,
Maxwell 4, Poupard 9, Russell
5, Smoak 8, Liz Wheeler 4.
Free throws: 13-29.


Kareigh. KH 26 Crescent 15
Karleigh
ored eight Russell did a little bit of
ie Indians, everything in the Indians' 26-
nabb and 15 win over district opponent
h had seven Crescent City on Dec. 6 in
Crescent City.
team with Russell led the team with 10
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eader-with five assists and coming up
with five steals, four rebounds
and two blocked shots.
Morgan Maxwell shared the
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8 11-44- four.
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CCHS: 0 7


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rebounds, respectively, while
Shaniece Huggins grabbed
nine. Nutt had seven rebounds.
Stewart scored a game-high
23 points, with Franzluebbers
and Couch adding 19 and 17,
respectively. Stewart and
Franzluebbers also combined
for nine steals and five blocks.
Ashli Watkins had four
assists.
Davis was disappointed with


his team's performance at the
foul line (10-of-21), but
Franzluebbers and Stewart
combined to make 9-of-13 free
throws.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 18 13 25 19-75
SHS: 9 5 14 6-34

Union County Scoring (75):
Couch 17,- Franzluebbers 19,
Huggins 2, Lareesa Jackson 2,
Nutt 6, Stewart 23, Watkins 6.
3-pointers: Franzluebbers.
Free throws: 10-21.


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Picured is a shoestring fern, which is endangered in
Florida. Photo by Ken Sourbeer.


PHOTOS
Continued from page 2C

in science. He's certified to
teach biology and has been
able to combine the interests of
science and photography. For
example, he was able to
participate in some rather.
unique work in an
ophtamology research lab at
Shands.
Those who worked in the lab
were studying retinal
degeneration. A small dose of
radioactive material was
injected into retinas taken from
chickens, with the retinas then
placed on microscope slides.
Sourbeer would take the slides
into a dark room and coat them


with photographic emulsion.
.The slides would be put into a
light-proof case for two weeks.
That process, called
autoradiography, made the
nerve pathways of the retinas
visible. It left Sourbeer quite
impressed.
"They taught me how to do
this," he said. "I was like,
'Wow.'"
Sourbeer, who also worked
as a photographer with the
Alachua County Learning
Resource Center, has had his
photographs part of many
exhibits. Some examples
include one exhibit of the park
system at the Thomas Center
in Gainesville as well as a
current exhibit in the Ocala
National Forest.
"I've been at this for 15 to


20 years," Sourbeer said.
The exhibit at the Florida
Museum of Natural. History
came about sooner than he
expected. Sourbeer said he got
onto the museum's list and
was not due to have an exhibit
ready for at least a year
because of the number of
people who do display their
work there. However, he got a
call asking him if he could get
an exhibit ready earlier than
that.
'Sourbeer said he replied
with a simple, "Maybe'" He'
did get the exhibit together,
though, spending
approximately a month
working during the weekends
and weekday evenings. He had
to fit the work in around his
job as a teacher, which is why
his book may not be ready for
another couple of years.
"If I retire from (Bradford
High School), it would
probably get done quicker,"
Sourbeer said.
Sourbeer said-half
jokingly-his yard doesn't
always get cut because he tries
to fit his photography in
around his work week at BHS,
but that's OK, because he is
enjoying himself by capturing


sights, some of which he has
never seen before. He
remembers a trip he took to
Costa Rica. He was able to
witness cloud forests and the
overabundance of moss and
lichens, which covered the
trees there from top to bottom.
"It's the most bizarre thing
I've ever seen," Sourbeer said.
"It's like some other planet."
He also got a close-up look
at a snake that was so small it
looked like a worm. The guide
who accompanied Sourbeer
said it was an eyebrow viper,
then added; "If that thing bites
you, you've got about four
hours to get some help."
Sourbeer can look back on
that and laugh. It was just
another enjoyable-and
learning-experience he's had
going outdoors and putting his
camera to work.
"It's been -great fun," he
said.
If you would like to find out
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www.flmnl4.ufl.edu.
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