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Publication Date: February 7, 2008
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Girls' softball
Rally Day set
The Union County girls
softball league rally day is
Saturday, Feb. 9; beginning
at 9 a.m. at the O.J. Phillips
Recreational Center.

Last two Babe
Ruth sign-ups
days scheduled,
coaches field
day Sat.
Babe Ruth baseball sign-
ups for ages 4-15 will be on
Saturday, Feb. 9 from 9 a.m.
11 a.m. and on Monday,
Feb. 11, from 5 p.m. 8
p.m. at the O.J. Phillips
Recreational Complex. The
last open sign-up day is Feb.
II .All signees must bring a
copy of their birth
certificate.

FEMA meeting
March 4
The first public meeting
between county residents
and representatives from
FEMA and the Suwannee
River Water Management
District will be held on
Tuesday, March 4 from 4 -
7 p.m. at the Lakeside
Community Center in Lake
Butler..
FEMA and SRWMD will
be available to speak with
concerned citizens regarding
the new flood insurance rate
map for Union County.
School board
meets Feb. 12
The Union County
School Board will meet
on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at
6 p.m. in the district
office meeting room.
Step Up meeting
Feb. 8
The next Step Up
meeting is scheduled for
Friday, Feb. 8, at 9 a.m. at
the Union County Health
Department. For more
information, please call
(386) 496-3211.
Deadline is Monday
at 5 p.m.
125 E. Main St.,
Lake Butler 32054.
Phone:
(386) 496-2261
Fax:
(386) 496-2858
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Union County Presidential Primary results at a glance


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Like it or not, local


government leaders will have
to deal with the fact that more
than 2.6 million Floridians
voted on Jan. 29 to revise the


constitution via an amendment
aimed at cutting property
taxes.
While the difference was not


overwhelming, supporters
were still able to muster more
than the 60 percent required to
approve the amendment.


Locally, only 55 percent of
Union County's voter turnout
favored the amendment.
A tight race for the state's
delegates eventually ended
with Democratic presidential
candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton
receiving 49.8 percent of voter
support. Sen. Barack Obama
was second in the state with
32.9 percent, followed by Sen.
John Edwards with 14.4
percent.
Republican presidential
hopeful Sen. John McCain on
top with 36 percent of the vote.
Mitt Romney ended up with 31
percent of the state vote,
former New York Mayor Rudy
Giuliani was a distant third
with 14.7 percent and,Mike
Huckabee with 13.5.percent.
Giuliani dropped out of the
Republican presidential
campaign the day following
Florida's primary. He is now
backing McCain.
In Union County, 2,253 of
the 6,703 registered voters
went to the polls, accounting
for a 33.6 percent voter
turnout. The overall voter
turnout across the state was
41.8 percent.
On the Democratic side,
Edwards received 46 percent
of the Union County vote,
Clinton 34 percent' and Obama
20 percent.
Romney received the most
county Republican support
with 39 percent. McCain
received 28 percent, followed
closely by Huckabee's 27
percent. Giuliani received only
six percent of the county
republican vote.
Times stllff reporter Teresa
Stone-I'wini assisted with this
article.


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UCH4 Brain Bowl history team outsmarts

Columbia High School for regional win


Impact of Jan. 29
amendment on local
government
"As this has been the vote of
BY TERESASTONE-IRWIN the people of Florida, we
Times Staff Writer accept their decision and will
With the Jan. 29 passing of.' operate within our means,"
Amendment 1, the question on. Berchtold said.
many people's minds is just According to the
how much this will cost the information provided by the
local city and county Economic and Demographic
governments. Research Office of the
There are 2,252 homes that Legislature, the estimated
qualify for homestead amount of reduction in ad
exemption in Union County. valorem tax revenue to Union
An additional 34 homes County is $270,610.
qualify for a percentage of Due to some smart planning
homestead exemption, by county officials, Union
The amendment doubles the County Finance Director
$25,000 homestead exemption Donna Jackson said they are
for homeowners, but does not not anticipating any cutbacks
take away property tax at this time.
revenues for school. Overall, "We intentionally set aside
the average person will save money in the current year's
$240 a year.. budget to account for the
In addition, the amendment anticipated shortfall," Jackson
gives smaller reductions for said.
businesses, second homes and Additionally, Section 9 of"
other non-homestead Senate Bill 4D indicates that
properties. It also allows beginning with the 2008-09
homeowners to transfer their fiscal year, the Legislature
Save Our Homes tax benefits shall appropriate monies to
when they move. offset the reductions in tax
Amendment 1 is projected to revenue experienced by
cost local Florida governments fiscally constrained counties
more than $9 billion over the such as Union..
next five years and that "Hopefully, the governor
includes a $1.5 billion will include these funds in
reduction for schools. .. future budgets. However, we
City Manager .John have received information that
Berchtold said the city of Lake he .as not included these funds
Butler will lose about $6,8(-.1fih'the budget he is currently
in annual tax revenue. "/' presenting," Jackson said.
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Students, director chosen for band performance


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Four Union County High
School band students and their
band director participated in
Florida's all-state band
performance Jan. 10 12, in
Tampa.
Marcy Cornett (clarinet)
auditioned for and won a spot
in the all-state concert
orchestra.
Three others, Dayle Giebeig
(Alto sax), Jared Brand
(clarinet) and Adam Mott
(percussion) were nominated
to participate in the all-state
concert and were then pre-
selected by a committee.
Mott, Brand and Giebeig
were three of 130 band
students from across the state
of Florida who were selected
to play in the all-state small
school band.
Union County High
School's very own Kelly
Dorsey was selected to
conduct the band.
"It was an honor to be
chosen to conduct the all-state
small school band," Dorsey
said.
Robert W. Smith, the
composer of one of the pieces
Dorsey chose for the small
school band performance, was
in the audience.
"I had the opportunity to
meet and talk with him before
and after the concert. He
absolutely loved the
performance and was very
complimentary of the entire
program," Dorsey said. Smith
has written over 600 pieces of
published music.
The program was part of the
Florida Music Educator's
Conference attended by more
than 5,000 music educators.


Union County
High school
band director
Kelly Dorsey
was also
selected to
conduct the 130
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Feb. 7, 2008 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


School-Related Employees of the Year


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The winners of the 2008
School-Related Employee of
the Year are as follows:
Tiger's Den pre-K teacher
Shirley Alexander, Lake Butler
Elementary School technology
support aide Trudy Andrews,
Lake Butler Middle School
paraprofessional Penny
Hersey, Union County High
School attendance clerk and
data entry assistant Tana
Reynolds, Outpost teacher
assistant and clerk Nancy
Touchstone, transportation
department bus mechanic Sam
Johns and maintenance
department employee David
Breese.

Penny Hersey -
LBMS
Penny Hersey is a
paraprofessional at Lake
Butler Middle School. She has
been with the Union County
school district for six years.
She provides instructional
assistance for teachers and
students as well as assistance
with handicapped students.


Hersey assists with
classroom and behavior
management, assists students
with technology use in the
classroom and attends to the
personal care needs of
physically disabled students.
According to LBMS
Principal Russell Larramore,
Hersey takes on an additional
job responsibility that most
professionals wouldn't
consider doing. She is
responsible for the personal
care needs of a physically
handic l ,i,.,. -;. .eelchartr7' "
bound student. .-
"It humbles me to see the
genuine love she expresses to
all her children, but
specifically to meeting the
needs of this particular child,"
Larramore said. "There is no
one I know who has expressed
this kind of devotion and care
to this student as well as the
other students in the classroom
such as she has." .
Amy Moore, fifth- and
sixth-grade self-contained ESE
teacher, said Hersey's love and
support guides students in their


daily classroom activities.
"She willingly and joyfully
does whatever is asked of her
and shows initiative and
creativity by going above and
beyond the request made of
her," she said.


Trudy Andrews -
LBES
Trudy Andrews has been
with Lake Butler Elementary
School 'for four years. She is
the school's technology
support aide, a job that


Trudy Andrews
involves maintaining hardware
and software for over 300
computers, training and
assisting more than 100
teachers, aides and other
school employees in all aspects
of computer technology,
including Smart board,
document cameras and LCD
projectors.
Her job also involves
working the FCAT and
Compass labs, keeping up with
the progress of more than960
students, and assisting those
who need extra help.
A big part of her job
involves being in constant
communication with teachers
to let them know educational
- strengths and- weaknesses ot
their students.
As an incentive to gel
.sual.due.in.,a .do Ibeir --
Andrews implemented the
a\\ard program in the FCA1
lab which is based upon a
student's individual progress
as well as classroom averages
In addition, she also fills in
at the front office when
needed, helps keep the school
Web site updated, works with
students to produce the
morning news announcements
and is a sponsor of the.fourth-
grade safety patrol. .:
Outside of LBES, Andrews
serves as vice president of the
Babe Ruth girls' fast pitch


association and president of
the Union County High School
dugout club. She has also
coached volleyball and softball
at Lake Butler Middle School
and Babe Ruth fast pitch
softball for three years.
Andrews is also a pre-K
Sunday school teacher at First
Baptist Church of Lake Butler.
According to LBES
Principal Lynn Bishop,
Andrews is her "go-to-girl" for
anything technology-related on
campus.
"She manages to keep a
smile and remain professional


with 77 teachers, six
secretaries, three nurses and 22
instructional aides all needing
her assistance," Bishop said.
Union County School
District Technology
Coordinator Scott Woodall
said he feels Andrews is a
valuable asset to LBES.
"At all times, I have found
her to be dependable, reliable,
hard working, conscientious
and honest," Woodall said.
Tana Reynolds -
UCHS
Tana Reynolds has been


Tana Reyrnolds


On Monday, Jan. 28, a tour bus for democratic presidential candidate Mitt
Romney made a stop in Lake Butler. Romney's son Ben and his wife, Andelyne
met with several members of the community who came out to show their
support. Students from Union County High School coming out to greet the
visitors were (1-r) Tyler Hamilton, Tyler Stone, Danielle Giebeig, Andelyne
Romney, Ben Romney, Crystal Fulbright, Rebecca Johns, Tricia Geisenburg and
Zack Sweat.


GED classes
resume
The Union County Adult
Education program has
resumed GED classes for the
spring semester.
Classes are held on Monday
and Thursday evenings from 6
p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Outpost
Alternative School.
The program includes
classes for Adult Basic
Education and GED
preparation and testing. The
classes are free. However,
GED testing costs $50.
The GED testing dates for
the remainder of the school
year are Feb. 5 and 6, April 1
and 22, and May 20 and 21.
For further information, call
Peggy Hollingsworth at (386)
496-1300.


employed with the Union
County school district for nine
years. She presently works at
Union County High School as
the attendance clerk and data
entry assistant.
Her job duties include doing
daily attendance, data entry for
the alternative school,
organizing active vault and
inactive vault, filing, school
handbook revisions and
assisting the MIS clerk with
transcripts, grades, dual
enrollment information and
new student information.
Reynolds said that after
attending a secretary's
conference, she learned the
importance of staying healthy
and fit and has since created a
weight loss and exercise
program for teachers and staff.
Following every Christmas,
she heads up a weight loss
contest she said not only helps
the teachers and staff lose
weight, but it makes them feel
better about themselves.
"When you feel good about
yourself, those good
endorphins just explode all
over the students," Reynolds
said.
In 2003, while employed at
the Outpost, Reynolds was
chosen as the school,-rplated
employee of the ) ear.
Principal Alex Nelson
describes Reynolds as a team
player, someone who can often
be found volunteering after
school to counsel with students
or sponsor school-related
activities.
Nelson described Reynolds
as the high school's unofficial
school counselor, as her
engaging smile and nurturing
personality '; oftep raws
students to her office for
counseling.


Shirley Alexander
Tiger's Den
Shirley Alexander is a pre-K
teacher at Tiger's Den
DayCare. She has been
employed in the Union County
school district for 16 years.
Before coming to Tiger's Den
five years ago, she worked as a
teacher's assistant at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
"Many times I have visited
and volunteered in her class.
Each time, the children have
their eyes glued to her and
hang on to h-er every word,"
-said parent Donna Harris.
EAlexander's love for reading
is apparent upon entering her
classroom, as there are dozens
of books available to help
prepare her pre-k students to
read when they begin
kindergarten.


Nancy Touchstone.


Nancy Touchstone
- Outpost
Nancy Touchstone has been
a veteran employee of the
Union County School district
for 26 years. For' seven of
those years, she has worked at
the Outpost alternative school.
Touchstone has worn many
hats, including serving as a
receptionist, attendance clerk,
meal coordinator, nurse's
assistant and a teacher's aide.
As her supervisor for the
past six years, Barry Sams,
director of alternative
education, said he has been
amazed at Touchstone's work
ethic. "In a job that others may
find intimidating, she thrives
and has gained respect from
students that do not give it
easily," Sams said.
Sam Johns -
Transportation
Department
Sam Johns is the Union


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County Transportation
Department's SRE of the year.
Johns has been employed with
the district for over 14 years.
As a school bus mechanic-,.
Johns inspects and performs
maintenance and repairs on all
district-wide schools buses.
Transportation Specialist
Mike Pittman said that during
the past couple of years while
his wife was battling cancer,
Johns he not only did his daily
job, but also filled in and
helped with Pittman's regular
duties while he was tending to
his wife.
Johns' number-one priority
is the safety of the students in
Union County. "He is a loyal
and dedicated employee to the
children of this school
district," Pittman said.

David Breese has been
named as the SRE for the
maintenance department.
Breese has been with the
district since 2001.


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Courthouse beefs up security


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Spearheaded by Clerk of
Court Regina Parrish, the 8th
judicial circuit authorized
security enhancements for the
Union County courthouse.
Parrish said the security
enhancements were included
as part of a $100,000
courthouse renovation grant.
With advanced technology
available today, putting in the
system just made sense., lit was
just time to do this,i Parrish
said.
In doing so, various
technologies were put into
place to assist in recognizing
potential problems and alerting
proper authorities for a
response.
Director of Emergency
Management Doug York said
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
authorized the emergency
communications dispatch
center to work closely with the
local court officials as well as
in Gainesville to bring this
project together.
Whitehead stated that the
enhancements will provide an
added element of safety to
citizens who conduct business
at the courthouse, including


This large television screen is capable of showing up to 32
surveillance cameras simultaneously.


daily judicial processes.
The new security features
include cameras throughout
the entire courthouse and its
offices as well as at the
exterior entranceway. The
system is capable of
monitoring 32 cameras and 26


are currently up and running.
. ., large, flat-screen
television, monitor is in place
in ..the emergency dispatch
office that will be monitored
24 hours a day. The dispatcher
has the ability to see all camera
views .at one time as well as


move around individual
camera views and zoom in if
necessary.
Panic buttons have also been
placed throughout the
courthouse and are directly
linked to the sheriffs office in
case of an emergency.


Commissioner expresses concern for wheelchair-bound citizens


Southland at
Hope Community
Baptist Church
Feb. 9
Hope Community Baptist
Church will hold a gospel sing
with Southland on Saturday,
Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. Refreshments
will follow in the fellowship
hall. For directions or more
information, call (386) 496-
2851.

Greater

Elizabeth

Church

anniversary

celebration
The Greater Elizabeth Church
of Lake Butler will celebrate
Pastor Gerald Criswell's 21s'
anniversary on Saturday, Feb.
9, at 7:30 p.m. with Rev.
Boatwright of Jacksonville and
the New Generation choir of
Lake Butler.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, at 11
a.m., guest speakers will be
missionaries Rosetta Warren
and Tina Jackson. The color
attire for Sunday will be red
and white. For more
information, please call Cora
' Jackson at (386) 496-1670.


New Skyline

in Lake Butler

SUBMITTED BY CHARLIE
WIGGINS

The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints (LDS) has
recently added to the skyline
of Lake Butler. A new steeple
has been installed on the
church located on County
Road 238 on the west side of
the city.
The steeple points
heavenward and also to the
deep pioneer heritage of the
LDS church in Union County.,
The LDS Church was
established in what became
Union County in 1898. The
church was known as the New
Zion Branch of the Church 6f
Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints. John. Murphy was the
church's first minister.
Meetings were first held in-a
wilderness area located about
eight miles northwest of Lake
Butler. Services were
conducted under "brush
arbors" covered with palmetto
fronds to.protect churchgoers
from the elements.
Those attending services sat
See Church PAGE 7A


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
At the county
commissioners meeting on Jan.
22, Commissioner Morris
Dobbs brought up an issue he
said he had discussed early
that morning with board
chairman Wayne Smith.
He said he didn't realize it
until now although the state
Weatherization Assistance
Program provides funds for
mobile homes to be
weatherized, there are no funds
available to assist mobile
homeowners who are in need
of a wheelchair ramp.
Funds are available through
the state's S.H.I.P. program to
build wheelchair ramps for
homeowners, but. S.H.I.P,
funding is unavailable to
mobile home owners. '
"If someone lives in a big
brick house, they can get the
help with building a
wheelchair ramp, but if you
live in a mobile home and
really need the help, you
cannot get it," Dobbs said.
Dobbs pointed out that a


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Circuit Court of the EIGHTH
Judicial Circuit in and for UNION
County, Florida wherein U.S.
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR THE C-BASS
MORTGAGE LOAN ASSET-
BACKED CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-MH1, is the Plaintiff
and RANDALL ANDREWS;
REBECCA ANDREWS; FLORIDA
CREDIT UNION; 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 6"h day of
March, 2008 the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING,
BEING AND SITUATE IN
SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
GOVERNMENT LOT 7, SAID
SECTION 7, FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND: THENCE RUN
NORTH 08 DEGREES 41
MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 980.40 FEET TO
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
A 60 FOOT GRADED ROAD, SAID
INTERSECTION OCCURRING AT
THE POINT OF CURVATURE;
THENCE RUN EASTERLY,
ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF
WAY LINE, AN ARC DISTANCE
OF 185.93 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE SOUTHERLY AND


couple in his district are
currently unable to get in and
out of their home because they
do not have a wheelchair ramp
and would like the board to see
if there is something they can
possibly do.


HAVING A RADIUS OF 320.00
FEET TO THE POINT OF
TANGENCY, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED. BY A 'CHORD
HAVING BEARING OF NORTH 76
DEGREES 53 MINUTES 16
SECONDS EAST AND A
DISTANCE OF 183.33 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 86
DEGREES 28 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF
WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF
92.78 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 06 DEGREES 15
MINUTES 43 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 986.10 FEET TO
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
7; THENCE RUN SOUTH 83
DEGREES 51 MINUTES 43
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 7, A
DISTANCE OF 231.99 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, SERIAL
NUMBERS H115540GR &
HI15540GL.
A/K/A Route 4 Box 2736 a/k/a
16118 Southeast 71.t Trail, Lake
Butler, FL 32054
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) 496-3711 (Voice) or (904)
374-3639 (Voice or TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service at 1-800 955-
8771
2/7 2thcg 2/14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 63-2007-DR-0197
Shasta S. Bell
Petitioner
And
Paul J. Emmitt
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
NAME CHANGE OF MINOR
CHILD
TO: Paul James Emmitt, 215 Lily


Commissioners
proclaim Babs day
A proclamation was read
and signed by board chairman
Wayne Smith to proclaim Jan.
22, 2008, in honor of Barbara


"Babs" Montpetit.
Montpetit served as the
Union County Supervisor of
Elections for a period of 23
years, from January 1985 until
her death in October 2007.


Commissioner Ricky Jenkins gives framed county proclamations declaring Jan.
22 as Babs Montpetit Day to her children Jon W. Pritchett and Robin P. Wilson,
and her husband, John (Jack) R. Montpetit. Pictured in back are commissioners
Melaine Clyatt, Karen Cossy and Morris Dobbs.


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Pad Road, Winter Haven, Florida'
33839
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Shasta S. Bell whose address is
5735 SW 77 Loop, LakeButler Fl,
32054, on or before February 26,
2008, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at 55 W Main St.,
Rm 103, Lake Butler, FI 32054,
before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail to
do so, a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Cirvuit
Court's office. You may review
these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of
your current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved Family
Law Form 12.915) Future papers in
this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Faily Law Rules of Procedure,
'requires certain automatic
disclosure of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: January 30, 2007.
Regina Parrish
CLERK OF COURT
By: Denise R. McCandlez
Deputy Clerk
2/7 4tpd 2/28


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County and
zoning board
meet Feb. 18

The Union County board of
commissioners will hold
special public meetings on
Monday, Feb. 18 prior to their
regularly scheduled 7 p.m.
meeting.
Beginning at 6:10 p.m., the
commissioners will vote to
approve a new county
ordinance and an amendment to
the comprehensive plan. This


will be followed by a 6:15
p.m. hearing regarding the
closing of Ruby Street at
6:15pm.
Two meetings of the Union
County planning and zoning
board will take place on
Monday, Feb. 18, at 6:30 and
6:45 p.m. to discuss two
preliminary subdivisions.
The meetings will be held in
the county commissioner
meeting room inside the
courthouse. For further
information, please call (386)
496-4241.


There will be NEW AD DEADLINES

starting on Monday, Jan. 21, 2008 for

the Bradford County Telegraph, Union
County Times & Lake Region Monitor.


Classifieds
Legals
Retail
Specialty ads
Socials include:


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Feb.7, 2008 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


- Rotary plans Valentine's Day Gala


Mio TIRT'S FAST!


The Lake Butler Rotary
Club will present a
Valentine's Day Gala on
Friday, Feb. 15, from 8 p.m. -
11:30 p.m. at the Lakeside
Community Center.
There will be two grand
prize giveaways: a two-person
two-night stay Casa Blanca
Inn on the Bay in St.
,Augustine and a framed
.autographed poster of the
.2007-08 Florida Gator


cheerleaders. You do not have
to be present to win.
Tickets for the Gala are $10
and can be purchased fi-om any
rotary club member or at the
office of the Union County
Times.
Proceeds from the event will
go towards purchasing sand to
enhance the lakefront behind
the park.
The city of Lake Butler, in
partnership with the Lake


Butler Rotary Club, is
currently working to make
improvements to the lakefiont
area such as the digging out of
muck and the removal of
overgrown vegetation in the
area.
For more information on the
gala, contact rotary club
president Jennie Reed at (386)
496-3333.


On Feb. 2, former Union County running back C.J. Spiller made a world record
60-meter dash In 6.58 seconds, winning for the Clemson University mens' track
and field team at the Carolina Classic. Spiller's time was just ahead of the 6.59
run by professional sprinter Leonard Scott on Saturday. His national record run
was the fourth fastest in the school's history and a record at the Eddie Smith
Field House on the University of North Carolina Campus. Picture courtesy of
www.clemsontigers.cstv.com.


Texas Hold 'Em
poker tournament
Feb. 16
On Saturday, Feb. 16, the
Lake Butler VFW will hold a
Texas hold 'em poker benefit
for a local family.
The buy-in cost is $50 per
person and includes a gumbo
meal. The sign-in will begin at
4:30 and the tournament starts
at 5. p.m. Non-player meal.
plates will be served for $5.
For more information, please
call (386) 496-3263.
-DC tnefittfish fr ;"!'
Feb. 16
A fish fry to benefit Cheryl
is planned for Saturday,, Feb.
16, beginning at 11 a.m. at the
corner of S.R. 121 and C.R.
231.
Cheryl has been. battling
-breast cancer for the past 14
months. She and her husband
Buddy have five children ages
two months to 14 years old.
The meal will include fresh
Cedar Key mullet, baked
beans, cole slaw and hush
puppies for $5 a plate. All
proceeds will benefit the
Holder family.


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Join Dugout Club
and support
UCHS baseball
The UCHS Dugout Club
provides support for the Tigers
baseball, team, which includes
equipment upgrades, facility
improvements, fundraisers and
scholarship opportunities for
players.
Each member of the club
receives a choice of a Tigers
baseball hat or visor, parkifig
passes, inside-gate parking anu
a free dinner at the preseason
classic game. Membership
U dds are $50 per person or
$100 per family.
To join the Dugout Club,
contact Trudy Andrews or
Kelly Dukes at LBES or
Coach Brian Tomlinson at
UCHS.

Concert to benefit
library building
fund
Westside Baptist Church of
Gainesville will host a concert
performance by Kingdom
Heirs of Dollywood on
Thursday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $10, and for every
ticket sold, $3 will be donated


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Library building fund.
For more information,
contact Ken at (386) 496-3629
or (352) 317-4039.


3 C.E.U.'s offered
at Pesticide
workshop Feb. 18
The 81 st Annual. Tri-county
Pesticide Update will 'be held
Monday, Feb. 18, at Raiford
Fellowship Baptist Church.
Licensed private pesticide
applicators can: .earn.. three
C.E.U.'s for attending. There
is a $10 registration-fee -:per
person.
The workshop starts at 5:30
p.m. with a calibration
demonstration. This will be
followed by a meal. Presented
at the workshop will be
updates on CORE (law,


PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
The City of Lake Butler will meet in special session on
Wednesday, February 20, 2008 at 11:30 a.m. in the
Commission Chamber, City Hall to receive the audit report
for 2006-2007 and to hear a presentation from Florida,-
Rural Water Association. This is a public meetitig.
Any Questions, please contact: John Berchtold, City
Manager at 386-496-3401.


personal protective equipment
and spill cleanup), updates on
pasture and hayfield weed
control, updates on vegetable
virus and insect control
through variety selection and
updates on pasture and
hayfield insect control.
Be sure to pre-register by
calling the Union County
Extension Office by noon,
Tuesday, Feb. 12
Leave your name and
how many will be in your
party, so we can plan the
handouts and meal.
Walk-on registrations and
the $10/person fee will be
taken at the door at Fellowship
Baptist Church, starting at
5:30pmr on Monday, Feb. 18.


Early Learning
Coalition
meetings
The Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's Gateway
will hold its quality committee
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at
2:30 p.m. at the coalition
office.
The coalition's Executive
and finance committee
meeting will be held on
Tuesday, Feb. 11 at 3:30 p.m.
at the coalition office.
The regular board meeting
will be held on Wednesday,
Feb. 12, at 9 a.m. at the
Columbia County School
Board Office, SOS Building,
Room 130, Lake City.


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Page 6A UNION COUNTY TIMES Feb. 7, 2008


Highlights from the 2008 Shrine Bowl game


LEFT: Zeke Scaff
(left) and Daniel
Rengering (right)
with Florida Shrine
Bowl King William
Kabina during the
pre-game banquet.
Picture courtesy
of Kim Shatto.









BELOW RIGHT:
Moms Kim Shatto
and Dana Scaff
show their support
during the game.
Picture courtesy
of Chapman,
Photography.


Elery W. Griffis of the Union county Farm Bureau
hands Jasmine Ulmer a $100 check for a classroom
mini-grant. Ulmer is Lake Butler Elementary
School's LeTaS! Science coach and wrote a Dye
Garden grant for the gifted class to plant and grow
flowers to produce dye. The students will make their
own dye designs as they study how different fabrics
absorb different colors.


Two Union County High School football players, Zeke Scaff and Daniel Rengering, were
chosen to play for the South team in the Jan. 19 Shrine Bowl game at Mandarin High
School in Jacksonville. The South team won by a score of 21-6.


7a t 71%.--
7:t'.


Daniel Rengering (6'4" 240 Ibs.) blocks for the South team. Rengering played
center and right tackle for the team. Picture courtesy of Chapman Photography.


Zeke Scaff (5'10" 190 Ibs.) tackles a North player. Scaff played linebacker for
the South team. Picture courtesy of Chapman Photography.


Grape production info available at UC extension office


By: Jacque Breman, Union
County Extension Director

Demand for muscadine and
bunch grape production
information resulted in your
county extension agent being
asked to present at one of the
sessions of the Agritunity 2008
Conference, hosted by Sumter,
Hernando, and Pasco counties
on Jan. 26.
The first place to start when
considering a commercial
operation is to secure a market
first. Are you going to sell
grapes to the fresh market, for
wine, or for juice and jelly
processing? Your market
determines which varieties you
plant.
Detailed budget information
was presented, which showed
a profit for grapes grown, for
wine or juice by the 12'h year
of production. We currently
have no budgets for the fresh
fruit market.
Assistance available for
new commercial growers is the
Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer
Service "Grow Florida


Grapes" incentive program.
This grant is topped at a
maximum of $1,000 per acre
or a maximum of $20,000 per
grower; upon inspection and
approval by Florida's
Viticulture Advisory Council.
The Extension Office has an
application form and
supporting information.
Vineyards must be
established. The deadline to
apply is before March 15.
Research on consumer
preferences of fresh market
muscadine varieties was
presented, because this is a
potential market for locally
grown grapes. This research
was conducted at the North
Florida Research and
Education Center Suwannee
Valley over the last two years,
by your agent, in cooperation
with an extension specialist.
We found 'that consumers
preferred cultivars with large
berry size, an attractive thin
skin, a high sugar content, a
high sugar-acid ratio, and a
pleasing flavor.
Fry muscadine has been the
fresh fruit U-Pick operation
standard variety. Our research


Jacque Breman gives a presentation during the 2008 Agritunity
Conference.


with panels of 75 and 45
subjects has shown that Ison
and Nesbitt were rated higher
thah Fry. This shows that
there are some other superior
varieties that are available.
Trellis construction, plant
propagation, pruning, and
mechanical harvest
information was also
presented.
Whether you want to just
plant a few vines for your own
family or would like to look at
the presentation materials, and
perhaps get copies of some of
the presentation materials, call
the Union County Extension
Office at (386) 49%-2321.










Never go to a doctor whose
office plants have died.
-Erma Boinbeck







2008 u,.... .OUNTY .. ...a Page 7A


LBMS December Positive Tigers


Student and Teacher Corner


Fifth-grade Lake Butler Middle School positive Tigers for the month of December
were Callie Worthington, Samantha Harden, Lilly Combs, Jessica Brown, Aaron
Horn, Tyler Lewis and Nicholas Barefoot.


Lightfoot

The following story is printed
in its entirety as written by
fourth-grade student Amanda
Snyder

The story of Lightfoot is a
bobcat view of his world in
Barnett Creek swap.
Lightfoot was an excellent
story. It was one of the best
books in history. I enjoyed
Lightfoot because of the deep,
awesome charters, and the
author's wonderful style of
writing.
To begin with, I enjoyed
Lightfoot because of the
author's deep, awesome
charters. The author probably
spends weeks with a little
notebook planning every
single detail about these men,
woman, and animals dressing
them in goodness from head to
toe. Maybe that's how the
book has so many fans,
including me.
One time, I was:- reading


Lightfoot and the author had
put in so much details for Mr.
Johnson and his hatred for
animals, I felt like throwing
down a bunch of money for
him to keep so he could
publish more great books, but I
didn't because then I wouldn't
have enough money to buy
those great books. Whenever I
think of superb charters, I
think of Lightfoot.
Another important point is
that I enjoyed Lightfoot
because of the author's
wonderful style of writing. He
uses very exiting scenes in his
books to amaze the reader.
Who in this case is me, and
plenty of figurative language.
When -I read books, I look
for excitement and adventure.
Well, luckily, that's what the
chapter novel Lightfoot
includes, along .with the
figurative language. The
author uses great
personification on Lightfoot
and the other animals in the
story. He also compared some
things I cannot remember.


When my teacher Mrs.
Davis, was reading chapter
twelve of Lightfoot, everybody
was demanding Mrs. Davis to
finish the chapter. They
couldn't get enough of the
fights between Lightfoot, the
bobcat, and, the hunting dogs.
It was so good, the class won,
and Mrs. Davis finished the
chapter. Who knew that a
terrific writing style could go
such a long way?
To conclude, I enjoyed
Lightfoot. The best parts were
the deep, awesome characters,
and the author's wonderful
style of writing. Lightfoot is
the best book I have ever read!
As part our Union County 4-
H School Enrichment program
Mrs. Davis and Mrs.
Wolfson's fourth grade classes
the story of Lightfoot, by Roy
Copeland.
For' more information about
any 4-H program, contact the
Union County extension
Office at .(386) 496-
2321.












Fourth-grade student
Amanda Snyder with
her teacher Mary
Anne Davis.


Sixth-grade Lake Butler Middle School positive Tigers for the month of
December were (front, I-r) Duke Waters, Chris Starling, (back) Kayla Nettles,
McKenzie Romrell, Courtney Shuford, Marcia Fletcher, Christian Foster and
Sentoria Robinson.


CHURCH


Seventh-grade Lake Butler Middle School positive Tigers for the month of
December were (front, I-r) Robert Gockley, sixth-grader Travis Durant, Tyler
Hopkins, Billy Tench, (back) Ashlyn Harden, Courtney Walsh and Kierra Maxwell.


Eighth-grade Lake Butler Middle School positive Tigers for the month of
December were (front, I-r) Tiffany Jackson, Kaci Graham, Emma Howell, Garrett
Crosby, Albert Brand, (back) Jillyan Chisholm and Emmanuel Lee.


Continued from 7A

on log benches hewn from the
surrounding, forest. Baptisms
were conducted in what was
called the Rock Hole: a deep
pool of water in a nearby
stream.

Construction of a church
soon began, and when
completed, was dedicated as
the Oak Grove Branch of the
LDS Church. Early Florida
pioneers were laidto rest in a
peaceful cemetery next to the
church. The cemetery is still in
use today and is sheltered by
ancient live oak trees. The
Oak Grove Church was used
for church services until 1985
when the present church was
erected in Lake Butler. The
Oak Grove Church is still
being used today, but only for


North Florida

Honor Band

performance

Feb. 8


The North Florida Honor
Band will present a concert on
Friday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. in the


funerals and pioneer
celebrations. It is the oldest,
active LDS building in Florida
and is a cherished pioneer
heritage for many residents of
Union County. The public may
visit the Oak Grove Church
and Cemetery, which is
located at the end of road


Bradford High School
auditorium.
The band is composed of
students from Baker, Bradford,
Columbia and Union counties.
All students were selected
through an audition process.
There is both a middle school
and high school honor band.
The middle school band will
be under the direction of Jane
Lucas..


Sign-ups taking place for crop disaster programs


The U.S. Department of
Agriculture today announced
sign-up dates for the new
Livestock Compensation
Program (LCP), Livestock
Indemnity Program (LIP) and
Crop Disaster Program.
The three ad hoc disaster
programs provide benefits to
farmers and ranchers who
suffered losses caused by
natural disasters in recent
years.
Eligible ranchers and other
livestock producers began
applying for benefits under the
LCP and LIP in Sept. 2007.
Sign-ups for eligible farmers
for the Crop Disaster Program
(CDP) began Oct. 15, 2007, if
they suffered quantity losses to
their crops.
USDA will announce and
conduct CDIP sign-up for
quality losses as soon as
possible.
LCP compensates livestock
producers for feed losses
occurring between Jan. 1,
2005, and Feb. 28, 2007, due
Im a natural disaster. This can
.**-lude producers who
stuL.'red losses resulting from
'4 "ht started in 2006


Livestock producers may
elect to receive compensation
for calendar year 2007 grazing
season losses that are
attributable to wildfire natural
disaster occurring during the
applicable period as
determined by the Secretary of
Agriculture. Producers in
primary counties declared
secretarial disaster areas or
certain counties declared
presidential disaster areas
between Jan. 1, 2005, and Feb.
28, 2007, are eligible as are
producers located in counties
contiguous to those counties.
Producers in a primary (or
contiguous) county that
received an Administrator's
Physical Loss Notice directly
associated with a disaster
declaration made by President
Bush may. also be eligible...
Producers incurring a loss in
more than one of the 2005,
2006 or 2007 calendar years
must choose only one year for
which they want to apply for
benefits.
LIP compensates livestock
producers for livestock losses
between Jan. 1, 2005, and Feb.


28, 2007, that resulted from
natural disasters, including
losses due to blizzards that
started, in 2006 and continued
into January 2007.
Producers in primary
counties declared secretarial
disaster areas or certain
counties declared presidential
disaster areas between Jan.l,
2005, and Feb. 28, 2007, are
eligible as are producers
located in counties contiguous
to those counties.
Also, producers in a primary
(or contiguous) county that
received an Administrator's
Physical Loss Notice directly
associated with a disaster
declaration made by President
Bush may also be eligible.
Producers incurring eligible
livestock losses in more than
one of the 2005, 2006 or 2007
calendar years must choose
only one year for which they
want to apply for benefits.
CDP provides benefits to
farmers who suffered quantity
and quality losses to 2005,
2006, or 2007 crops from
natural disasters if the crop
was planted before Feb. 28,
2007, or, in the case of'


prevented planting, for crops
that would have been planted
before Feb. 28, 2007.
Producers who incurred
qualifying losses in 2005, 2006
or 2007 must choose only one
year to apply for benefits.
Producers may apply for
benefits for losses to multiple
commodities as long as the
losses occurred in the same
crop year. Only producers who
obtained crop insurance
coverage or coverage under the
Non-insured Crop Disaster
Assistance Program for the
year of loss will be eligible for
CD)P benefits. Producers must
have suffered quantity losses

in excess of 35 percent to be
eligible for CDP.
On May 25, 2007, President
George W. Bush signed into
law the U.S. Troop Readiness,
Veterans' Care, Katrina
Recovery and Iraq
Accountability Appropriations
Act.
The act authorizes ICP, LIP
and C)DP. It also authorizes
funding for the Emergency
Forestry (Conser\ action Reserve
Program, I'lmerg< cy


Conservation Program ano
Dairy lDisaster Assistance
Program Ill.
USDA recently announced
sign-up for EFCRP and the
distribution of funds to 18
states under ECP. USDA will
announce and conduct sign-up)
for DI)AP-lII as soon as
possible. USI)A's Fari'
Service Agency is charged
with administering the
programs.
More information about
LCP, LIP and CDP is available
in a fact sheet titled,
Agricultural Assistance Act of
2007, found on FSA's Web site
at http://\vww.fsa.usda.gov. If
you have any additional
questions, please contact Hugh
Hunter, CED at the Columbia-
Union Farm Service Agency
office at (386) 752-8447.



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public is also invited to visit
the LDS Church in Lake
Butler.


Lucas is director of
orchestral studies and music
specialist at Seminole High
School. She was appointed
director of band and orchestras
at Seminole High in 1998, and
during her tenure there, the
bands, orchestras and musical
theater troupes have.
consistently received superior
ratings while garnering
national and international
accolades.
The high school honor band
is under the direction of Dr. Jo
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Jossum is currently the
director of bands at Florida
Southern College. assists with
supervision of student
teachers, and leaches music
education courses, studio oboe
and instrumental conducting.
In addition to her
responsibilities at Florida
Southern collegee she is also
co-director of the I.akeland
based Hollingsworth Winds
and past-president of 'the
Florida College Music
Educators Association.
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Admission is free.


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Some blunders and
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crept in; forget them as
soon as you can.
Tomorrow is a new day;
begin it well and
serenely and with too
high a spirit to be
encumbered with your
old nonsense.
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team members (1-r) Patrice Myers, GraceAnn Blankenship and Dequania Cohens.


Basketball league stresses


fun, learning and devotion


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jan. 19 witnessed the
second week of competition
for the Upward basketball
league at Madison Street
Baptist Church.
The Upward league features
basketball games for
youngsters in four age
brackets: 4-and-5-year olds;
first-and-second-graders; third
-and-fourth-graders and fifth-
and-sixth-graders.
Each bracket consists of four
teams, divided between boys'
and girls' squads. The
exception is the preschool
bracket, whose individual
teams consist of both boys and
girls.
The teams, with such names
as the Lions, Bears, Sooners,
Redbirds, Celtics and


Hurricanes, play every
Saturday morning, beginning
at 9 a.m. through about 1:45
p.m., as proud parents and
grandparents cheer on their
youngsters and their teams.
Each of the total eight games
played each week is refereed
by pastors, associate pastors
and parish volunteers and
consists of six three-minute
periods and a 10-minute
halftime.
In consideration of the size
of the younger children, the
courts are considerably
smaller than regulation-size,
and the baskets are six and
one-half feet from the floor,
while those for the older
youngsters aire eight-feet in
elevation (in high school,
college- and professional
basketball the basket is 1O-Teet


off the floor).
The season consists of eight
weekly games which will end
in early March (practices are
held every Tuesday or
Thursday evenings, the night
depending on the age-bracket).
Except for the older bracket
of teams, the younger ones ,use
a basketball that is smaller
than a standard one.
When the teams were
formed after registration was
completed four months ago,
there was special care taken to
make sure that all teams "were
on a level playing field," said
Adam Clialker, Upward
basketball commissioner.
To insure this each team
was composed of players of
varying playing abilities, the
See UPWARD, p. 2B


Kramer scholarship goal


met in short time frame


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Cheryl Canova, the director
of the Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center in
Starke, thought it would take
approximately three years.
Well, turns out she was
wrong, and she couldn't be
happier. Yet she's not as happy
as Chuck and Mary Kramer of
Bradford County that the goal
of raising $40,000 for the
Danielle Kramer Memorial
Scholarship has been
accomplished in just 10
months.
Chuck Kramer was almost at
a loss for words when talking
about the fact that the
scholarship established in
honor of his daughter,
Danielle, is now a "real thing."
"We're dumbfounded," he
said. "We're just humbled by
it."
Several fundraisers were
held last year to raise money
for the scholarship, which will
receive a matching grant from
the state. A luau last August
raised approximately $15,000.
The Woman's Club of Starke,
which was attempting to
establish a new scholarship,
donated the $7,000-which
had already been matched for a
$14,000 total-it had raised
toward that effort while the
Kiwanis Club of Starke
donated $2,000.
Also, SFCC student
activities members held a car
wash, raising approximately
$800 for the cause.
Chuck Kramer said it was
just a continuation of the
outpouring of support he and
his family have received since
Danielle was killed in a March
1, 2007, vehicular accident.
Canova has said in the past
that establishing this


scholarship was a way to make
a positive out of a tragic event.
It's a way of ensuring that one
of Santai Fe Community
College's most enthusiastic
students lives on.
Mary Kramer said. her
daughter, who was called
"Dani" by those who knew her
best, enjoyed SFCC so that if
she could've devised a 10-year
plan to attend the school, she
would have. That's how much
she enjoyed being a part of the


It took just 10 months to
raise $40,000 to establish
the Danielle Kramer
Memorial Scholarship.
ABOVE: Danielle's
parents, Mary and Chuck
Kramer, are pictured with
Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center
director Cheryl Canova
(center). LEFT: Danielle
Kramer.




college's atmosphere.
"She loved the feel of that
college," Mary said.
Canova said Danielle, who
was president of student
activities at the college, was
such a warm, caring person
that she made everybody's day
brighter at the college. If you
were a little down, Danielle
would cheer you up with a
smile and a warm hug, Canova

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BC seniors can sign up now


for Project Grad Night


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Tommy Baugess won $300
last year, and all he had to do
was show up for a party.
Batugess was one of
approximately 75 high school
graduates in Bradford County
who attended last year's first-
ever Project Grad Night, a
five-anld-a-half-hour event that
gave the recent graduates a
chance to mingle, play games
and win prizes.
This year's group of


seniors- Bradford High
School, private school and
home-schooled students-can
make their plans now for
attending this year's event,
which is scheduled from 11:30
p.m.-5:30 a.m. at the Madison
.Street Baptist Church Family
Life Center following
graduation on Friday, June 6.
The cost to attend is $10 for
any student who signs up
through April 30. The cost
increases to $15 for anyone
signing up May I-June 6.
Half of the money raised


through student costs will be
awarded to one lucky
participant at the conclusion of
the event. That student,
however, has to be present to
w in.
Prizes are given to every
student who stays for the
duration of the event. Such
prizes last year included a
Billy Donovan-signed
basketball, a mini-refrigerator
and a laptop computer.
Some students will have
chances to win prizes by
playing games such as Deal or
No Deal, but only those who
stay until 5:30 a.m. guarantee
themselves of leaving with
something. (Each student is
assigned a number, which is
put into a drawing for game
participation throughout the
event as well as for the prizes
given away at the event's
conclusion.)
Planned activities for this
year's event include hula hoop
and limbo contests, karaoke,
inflatable rock climbing,
mechanical bull and games
such as Family Feud, Who
See GRAD, p. 4B


h


Ginny Servay

Servay
graduates

basic train
Air Force Airman G
Servay has graduate
basic military train
Lackland Air Force B
Antonio, Texas.
During the six w
training, the airman stu
Air Force
organization, military
and courtesies, perform
and ceremony
received physical train
marksmanship, field
exercises and special
in human relations.,,
Servay is the grand
of Iris Servay of Jack
and daughter of Jacob
of Lake Butler.
Servay is a 2005 gra


STreiton"High'School. ,

Allen helps
plan All-
American

football
Army Specialist Jonathon J.
Alien was member of.. the
U.S. Army support staff who
L- helped coordinate and plan.the'
recent All-American 'Bowl
high school all-star football
game : played at the
Alamodome in San Antonio,
Texas, on Saturday, Jan. 5.
The nationally televised
i ng bowl game was sponsored by
ing9 the U.S. Army and pitted the
iinny M. top high school football
-d from athletes in the nation against
ning at each other in an East vs. West
ase, San contest.. This was the eighth
year that. the Army has
eeks of sponsored the game. In. this
died the year's match-up, the East team
mission, managed to outscore the West
customs team, 33-23:
ned drill Allen, an Avenger
marches, crewmember, is assigned to
ing, rifle the 4th Battalion,, 5th Air
training Defense Artillery Brigade at
training Fort Hood, Killeen-, Texas.
The specialist has served in the
daughter military for eight years.
sonville, He is the son of Susan
Servay Allen of Keystone Heights and
a 1998 graduate of Keystone
aduate of Heights High School.


Kyle Wilson

Wilson

graduates

basic training'
Air Force Airman Kyle T.
Wilson has graduated from
basic military training at-,.
Lackland Air Force Base, Santi
Antonio, Texas.
During the, six weeks of:
training, the airman studied the:,
Air Force mission,
organization, and military:
customs and courtesies,4-
performed drill and ceremonyO
marches, received physical:
training, rifle marksmanship;,.
field training exercises, and.,
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who"-
complete basic training earn,..
credits toward an associate;6-
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Wilson is the son of
Christine Ritch of Starke and
is a 2006 graduate of Bradford,,
High School.


I *P4:J 1 I N 4;T(


Miranda Crawford of the
third- and fourth-grade
Celtics team dribbles the
ball dowhi6'cu'rt.

UPWARD .
Continued from page 1B
tryouts held in September
determined the abilir- level o'df
each aspiring player ThenrE.
care was taken that each"
formed ream had an equal.
distribution of ad\ aiiced-
intermediate and begi innere.,
play ers. .
Chalker emphasized that lhe
lUpw\ard league treess to Ine.
up to its motto thai "-er>
child is a winner "
Toward that end the coaches
and referees are very mindful
of encouraging and praising
every child, no matter th4
degree of their contribution t|
the contest.
Also, no score is kept in the
youngest bracket, while in the-
older levels it is recorded, but
there are no team standings-
posted. At the end of the
season there is a celebration in
which every player get equal
recognition wards.
"This is part of our
philosophy-it takes thk
emphasis off winning and lets
the children do their best. have
fun and learn while they're
doing it," Chalker said.
To underscore this goal. a
church official or members
delivers a devotional to the'^
teams at halftime that reminds
them that Jesus is the reason
for the basketball season and
to him they are all winners.


SStarke
Kiwanians

selling ribs

Feb. 23
The Ki\wanis Club of Sutrke
will soon be firing up the grills
and smokers for \vhat has
become an annual fundraiser
for the club-cooking and
selling slabs of ribs.
Tickets, which are $16 per
slab, may be purchased from
any Kiwanis Club of Starke
member or from Starke
businesses Sporting (Chance
and Denmark Furniture.
The ribs \\ill be read' for
pick-up on Saturday. Feb. 23,
at Community' State Bank ili
Starke from 11 a.m. until 2
p.m.
For more iiil'ormatlion.
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Feb. 7, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 3B


Palmer and
Douglass are
married
Terri E. Palmer and Quinn
Matthew Douglass were
married on Dec. 31, 2007, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Monroe Douglass, the
groom's parents' house in
Lake Butler.
The ceremony was
performed by Mary Douglass,
mother of the groom.
The bride was escorted by
her son, Timothy "T.J." Alan
Good Jr. She wore an ivory
Galina gown with a beaded
lace trumpet with godet inserts
at the skirt hem pnd lack
charmeuse sash.
,Maid of honor was Tammy
Sapp, and she wore a black
satin V-neck gown. The flower
girl was the groom's niece,
Hanna Braddy.
Best man was Ashton
Monroe Douglass, his son.

The reception immediately
followed. The couple rode by
horse and carriage to the Lake
Butler Seafood and Grille
restaurant for a sit down dinner
of steak, osso bucco and
grilled mahi-mahi.
"Following a honeymoon in
Mexico, the couple will live in
Lake Butler.


Ridge Bradley


Ridge Bradley
Tracy and Brittany Bradley
of Starke announce the birth of
their son, Ridge Graysen
Bradley, on Dec. 31, 2007, in
Gainesville. ,
Ridge weighed 9 pounds 6
ounces, and measured 21
inches at birth.
Ridge joins siblings Mark,
19, Rhett, 5, and Teagan, 22
months.
Maternal grandparents are
Bonnie Ford of Starke and
Kenneth and, Kathy Ford of
Hampton.
Paternal grandparents are
Virginia Bradley of Hampton,
L.P. Bradley of Starke and the
late Dr. Thomas Ritch.
Paternal great-grandmother
is Mildred Williamson of
Hampton.


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Association will meet Monday,
Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. in the
livestock barn at the Bradford.
County fairgrounds.
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UMW to host.
reception for
Thompsons
United Methodist Women
from Lawtey Grace and Starke
First United Methodist
churches will host a reception
in honor of the marriage of
Don Jr. and Lisa Thompson.
Everyone is invited to the
Starke Golf and County Club
clubhouse on Feb. 17 from 2 to
5 p.m.

,Starke
Kiwanis poker
tourney is
this Friday.
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding a Texas
hold'em poker tournament this
Friday, Feb. 8, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50.
Registration will begin at 6
p.m., with play beginning at
6:30 p.m.
Food and drinks will be
available.
For more information,
please call Warren Carver at
(904) 964-7434.


KRAMER
Continued from page 1B

said.
"We loved her," Canova
said.
Danielle was majoring in
journalism and minoring in
music. Therefore, one of the
requirements for students
applying for this particular
scholarship is to have chosen
either subject as a major.
Students must also have a 2.5
GPA.
This scholarship is available
to existing SFCC students as
well as high school seniors.
This year's deadline to apply
for this scholarship or any
SFCC scholarship is Friday,
Feb. 15. Applications may be
picked up at the Andrews
Center. Students can also
apply online at
www.sfcc.edu/scholarships.
Other scholarships available
specifically to 'Bradford
County students are: Altrusa
International of Starke Inc..
Scholarship, Bradford
County/Andrews Santa Fe
Community College Minority
Scholarship, Dewitt Jones and
Jeanne C. Johnson Memorial
Scholarship, ',Guy and
Elizabeth Andrews


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Scholarship, Joyce Doke
Riherd/Bradford County
Public Health Nursing
Scholarship, Kiwanis Club of
Starke Community Service
Scholarship, Lillian Stump
Nursing and Health Related
Scholarship, Roxann Kelley
Buehn Memorial Scholarship,,
Shands at Starke Auxiliary
Scholarship and Starke Rotary
Club Scholarship.
Canova said SFCC is unique,
in that the amount it awards
students in the form of
scholarships increases as
college' tuition. increases.
Therefore, she stressed that it
is important for people to
continue to donate to current
scholarship funds.
Chuck Kramer said he and
Mary would continue to donate
to the fund in their daughter's
memory as well as to other
scholarships.
"We feel it's that
important," he said.
Several organizations were
instrumental in helping the
Danielle Kramer Memorial
Scholarship get established.,
The Kramers and Canova
expressed their thanks to the
aforementioned Kiwanis and
Woman's clubs of Starke, as
well as to the Bradford County
Fair Association, Bradford
County Telegraph and


publisher John Miller, CMC
,Joist and Deck, Sunshine
Home Center and Town and
Country Ford, who were major
contributors in some way to
last year's luau.
Also, there were many
individuals who supported the
scholarship. The Kramers and
Canova wish to express their
thanks to all who gave.
Now that the Danielle
Kramer. Memorial Scholarship
has been established, the
Kramers said they would love
to be able to follow the career
of its first recipient-right on
through graduation.
Canova said she would
make sure the Kramers would
be able to attend the
graduation ceremony, which
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Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008 Page 4B



A picture is worth a thousand words


It's an old adage, but it always remains
.true. A picture is truly worth a thousand
words! In this space last week, the edi-
torialist took exception to the Bradford
County Commission considering an addi-
tional 6 cents of local option gas tax. If
you've read past articles in this paper
on that subject, you know that I'd rather
pave roads with that tax than our contin-
ued use of the property tax to do-so. Let
me tell you why.
First and foremost, there is ,a great
need for more paved roads in this county.
Bradford County has nearly 400 miles
of unpaved,


day-$2.97 per gallon.
What you may not know is that begin-
ning Jan. 1 of this year, Alachua County
began collecting the very same 5 cents of
additional gas tax that Bradford County
is considering now. The only difference
is that in' Alachua County, 5 cents out
of every gallon sold is being kept by the
county (to pave roads), and 5 cents out
of every gallon in Bradford County is
instead going to the oil companies' profit
margins.
The simple truth is that the oil compa-
nies don't set the price per gallon based
on the local


county-owned option gas tax.
and maintained Instead, their
roads. They are price is pri-
difficult (and '..maily"::based
e x p e n s i v e.) ,on"What the
to maintain. market will
They wash out bear. They've
when it rains; tripl.ed)their
they're dry and prices:over the
dusty when it last 10 years
doesn't. If you .1-le.(. their
live on one of costs have
our dirt roads, Starke ne :goi1'u only
you know l Waldo ., 'a fraction of
exactly what I W" lo -that amount.
mean. That's why
Second we keeP hear-
asphalt is not ing about their
cheap! It costs record profits.
nearly $1 mil, .. Justthis week-
lion to pave one PAY AT PUMP end, one com-
mile of, road. PAY AT PUMP one com-
mile ofroad. pany reported
This commis- a $40 billion
sion has been. profit (yes,
dogmatic over r the year; $11.7
resourceful and a... ... c ..... that's a b) for
the last several PetrP billion in one
years in trying 'quarter. That's
to pave more over $1 mil-
dirt roads. .- lion per day in
The additional profit. And all
property tax of this from
that we've all paid over the last couple the company that controls a whopping 3
of y)ear Tfias"given the'c6mmission t ,' cnt o the ,.
money to do that. But that money is now Hasn'tfit alway"Amazed'you-whenwyou
gone. Amendment 1 passed last week, travel, that the gas stations at an interstate
and for Bradford County, the revenue off-ramp always have their prices at or
loss is projected to be between $850,000 near each other? And we all know that
and $1 million per year (out of the $7.5 if you'll travel a few miles off the inter-
million collected). For all of us, roads state, the very same gas, the very same
are a priority. But, if we're going to keep brand, will be substantially less. Alachua
paving roads, we've got to have a new County is a prime example. On the same
revenue source to pay for it. day these two pictures were taken, the
Third, apd finally (my preacher says price per gallon at 1-75 and 39th Avenue
every good sermon has only three points), (out by Santa Fe Community College)
you're already paying the additional 5 was $3.14 per gallon. All in Alachua
cents! County.
The. editorialist's position last week And here's the real kicker. My commis-
was based on the same wrong assumption sioner friend in Suwannee County who
many people make when they talk about championed the additional tax agreed
adding 5 cents a gallon in tax on gasoline to sunset it when the road projects they
(this tax does not apply to diesel fuel). wanted to pavel with the tax money were
That assumption is that an additional 5 paid for. Being good to their word, they
cents in tax means an additional 5 cents did just that and stopped collecting the
in price at the pump. It .sounds logical tax beginning Jan. 1. So the rational brain
and it makes perfect sense, but across would say their gas price would come
the board and across the state, it's been down 5 cents per gallon, right? Nope, it
shown repeatedly to just not be true.. actually went ut 4 cents and it has stayed
Without exception, when counties add there since then.
the 5 cent tax, the price at the pump goes So the way I see it, the question isn't do
up for about 2 weeks, then remarkably, it we want to pay 5 more cents per gallon.
comes right back down to where it was. I We're already paying that now. The real
didn't believe it when I was told this by question is do I want to keep that money
a Suwarinee County commissioner nearly in Bradford County and pave roads, or
four years ago. Since then, I've watched would I rather keep contributing it to the
it across the various counties, and it keeps oil companies' outrageous profit margins.
being proven time and time again. Fifty other counties (out of a total of 67)
And the pictures say it all. in this state have caught on to the oil
On the top is a picture of the gas companies' games and are keeping this
price posted at our Wal-Mart (Bradford money'at home and paving roads. As
County) on Friday of last week-$2.97 for me-and I hope for you-I think we
per gallon, On the bottom is a picture of ought to be doing the same thing.
the gas price posted at a station in Waldo Commissioner John Cooper,
(Alachua County) from the very same District 3


GRAD
Continued from page 2B
Wants to be a Millionaire,
Texas hold 'em poker, Fear
Factor, Deal or No Deal and
Dance Revolution.
Food and drinks will be
available.
Graduates will be allowed
into the event at 11:30 p.m. on
June 6, but the doors will be
locked at midnight. Anyone
who leaves prior to the event's
conclusion will not be allowed
to reenter. Students and their
parents must sign a contract
that requires parents to come
and pick their children up if
they wish to leave early.
All graduates, whether they


attend just a portion of the
event or stay for the duration,
will receive a gift bag courtesy
of the Bradford County Health
Department. Graduates will
also have their pictures taken
by Brenda Thornton
Photography.
Approximately 40 of the 75
who attended last year's
inaugural event stayed for its
entirety.
Current seniors who are
interested in attending this
year's Project Grad Night
should see Nancy Odom at
Bradford High 'School or call
the high school's main office
at (904) 966-6086.
The success of last year's
event was dependent upon the
support of area businesses and
individuals. If you would like


to make a gift or i monetary
donation, please call the Santa
Fe Community College
Andrews Center at (904) 964-
5382. Donations may be
mailed to Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center, 209
W. Call St., Starke, FL 32091.
Checks should be made
payable to Bradford High
School.

It ain't over till It's over
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If life were measured
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Teens
pledging
abstinence
Dear Editor:
The last abstinence
education class for the year
was taught on Dec. 3 in the
eighth grade at Lake Butler
Middle School. Classes will
resume in January with the
ninth- and 10"'-graders at
Bradford High School.
With an entire semester of
abstinence education
completed, we as parents,
educators and youth leaders
often wonder if it's working.
The following is an except
taken from a letter titled "This
message is for any young
adult" written by a local
eighth-grade student in
November of this year with no
prompting.
"Being a virgin is so pure
and sacred. I can't understand"
why teenagers would want to
loose their purity and sacredity
(sic). See I am a virgin and
proud of it. I'm very
committed to being a virgin
until marriage. You should be
too.


We should all love our body.
We don't need sex to feel
special, wanted and beautiful.
As long as you believe in
yourself and you believe that
you can accomplish anything,
and you believe that you don't
need a boyfriend or any man to
make you feel good about
yourself, you don't (need) sex
if you believe in all (hat. ...
I'm 13 and a half years old, I
am a teen too. Someone in my
family was 17 and pregnant. I
interviewed this person and
here is what went down
I asked the person what was
so hard about being a teen and
pregnant. She said, and I
quote, 'It was hard. I barely
got any sleep. I had school and
a job I had to have to support


my child. I had no one to help
me.'
I also asked what would the
person say to teens that want to
have sex. She said, 'Please
hold off. Live your life to the
fullest. Follow your dreams.'
So, anyway, like I said, your
virginity is pure and with that
purity comes confidence and
self respect."
This was included with this
month's abstinence article to
help keep the faith in
abstinence-only education and
renew the resolve of the
community's youth to remain
sexually abstinent to marriage.
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Abstinence Program
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Sheila Matthew
NOVINGER, Mo. Sheila Gail
Matthew, 46, of Novinger, Mo. died
Saturday, Dec. 15, 2007 at her
home.
Matthew is the daughter of Clay
Boyd and Evelyn Nichols Young.
She was born in Jacksonville on
July 29, 1961.
Matthew was preceded in death
by her father, Clay Boyd.
Matthew is survived by: husband,
David Matthew; mother, Evelyn
Hottle of Charlotte, N.C.; sons,
Jimmy Matthew of Lawtey and
Russell Matthew of Novinger, Mo.;
daughter, Shelly Matthew of
Indiana; two step-sons, Michael
Matthew and Mark Matthew both of
Jacksonville; brothers, Ronnie
Young and Wayne Young both of
Lawtey; sister, Debra Ramero of
Orange Park and five grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at
a later date in Jacksonville.
Arrangements are under the care
of Travis-Noe Funeral Home of
Kirksville, Mo.


-Russell Lawrence
STARKE Russell I. Lawrence,
92, of Starke died Monday, Jan. 28,
2008, after a short illness.
Lawrence was born in Concord,
Mass. and lived in Starke for many
years.
Lawrence is survived by: his
children, Philip, Ann, Thomas and
Olivia; 4 grandchildren and
numerous great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, Feb. 7 at Archie
Tanner Funeral Home ,
A private burial wil.take place in
Massachusetts. In lieu of flowers,
please make a contribution to a
charity of choice in Lawrence's
name. Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Thomas Camper
"KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Thomas Leroy Camper, 70, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
SFeb. 2, 2008, at St. Vincent's
- Medical Center in Jacksonville.
Camper was born in Tampa on
; Feb. 21, 1937 and moved to
Keystone Heights two and a half
years ago from Jacksonville.
Camper was a member of Westside
7 Baptist Church in Jacksonville and
was a retired auto air mechanic.
Camper was preceded in death by
':his son, Thomas David Camper in
-1993.
Camper is survived by: wife of 53
years, Nancy Johnson Camper of
Keystone Heights; daughters,
Tabetha Sellers of Keystone Heights
and Cheryl Arnold of Old Town and
four grandchildren.
S Funeral services will be held at
11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 7, at First
.Baptist Church in Keystone Heights
.!ith the Rev. Raymond Mayfield
conducting the services. Interment
"will be in Keystone Heights
".Cemetery. 'Arrangements were
-under the. care of Archie Tanner
'Funeral Home

'Edna Collins
MELROSE Edna Ridaught
-KRoberson Collins, 80, of Melrose
:,died Thursday, Jan. 31, 2008, in
"Starke.
Collins was born in Opahumpka,
:but lived in Melrose most of her
'life. Collins was a homemaker and a
member of Eliam Baptist Church
and a church nursery worker.
I Collins was preceded in death by:
.ier husbands, Bill Roberson Sr. and


Doyle Collins.
Collins is survived by: soils,
William "Billy" Roberson, Marshal
Roberson, Dale Roberson and
Buster Roberson all of Melrose
area; daughter, Hazel Blankenship
of Huntington, W.Va.; brother,
Donald Ridaught of Melrose; 14
grandchildren and 23 great-
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were
held on Saturday, Feb. 2, at Eliam
Cemetery in Melrose with the Rev.
Ben Bryant officiating.

D.E. Boatwright
LAWTEY D.E. Boatwright,
79, of Lawtey died Friday, Feb, 1,
2008.
Boatwright was born on Jan. 8,
1929, to the late Marion Edward
Boatwright and Effie Manning
Boatwright. He was a irtired school
bus driver and enjoyed fishing.
Boatwright was preceded in death
by his brother, Warren Boatwright.
Boatwright is survived by: two
sons, Eddie Boatwright and Doyle
Boatwright of Starke and sister
Merle Kinard of Macclenny.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 2 p.m. at the
Lawtey Grace United Methodist
Church with Pastor Gene Folsom
officiating. Interment followed in
Lawtey Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.

Evelyn Crawford
LAKE BUTLER Evelyn
Parrish Brannen Crawford, 81, of
Lake Butler died Saturday at
Suwannee Valley Care Center of
Lake City after an extended illness.
Crawford was born in Union
County where she was a lifelong
resident. She was a seamstress for
Lake Butler Apparel. She was a
member of Mt. Zion Primitive
Baptist Church near Lake Butler.
Crawford was preceded in death
by her husbands, Jack Brannen and
Woodrow Dempsey; her parents,
Russell Parrish and Sally Iva Waters
Parrish.
Crawford is survived by:
husband, Earl William Crawford of
.Lake Butler; two sons, Steve M.
.Brannen and Mitch Brannen, both
of Lake Butler; one stepdaughter;
Gail Crawford of ,Lake Butler,
stepsons, Douglas Crawford of
Maryland, Randall T. Crawford of
Lake Butler, Brodrick E. Crawford
of Middleburg; one sister, Ann
Bennett of Blackshear, Ga.; 15
grandchildren and 16 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 at Mt. Zion
Primitive Baptist Church with
brother Jimmy Thornton officiating.
Burial followed at Mt. Zion
Cemetery. Arrangements were
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home.

Roland Murwin
STARKE Roland V. Murwin
Jr., 77, of Starke died on
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008.
Murwin moved to Starke.-10
years ago from Jacksonville..He was
born on Sept. 29, 1930, to the late
Roland Vivan Murwin Sr. and Neta
Higginbotham.


Murwin served in the United
States Navy for over 20 years. He
served in the Korean War,
Vietnam War, and Cuban Missile
Crisis. He was awarded the
National Service Medal, the Navy
Achievement Medal, Vietnam
Service Medal, and the Good
Conduct Medal. After his
retirement, Murwin became a
teacher. He was a member of the
Madison Street Baptist Church of
Starke and was a Mason. '
Murwin was preceded in death
by his sister, Louise Sale.
Murwin is survived by: his wife
of 57 years, Marlene R. Murwin;
children, Melinda "Becky"
Murwin of Starke and Roland
Murwin of Jacksonville; four
grandsons, two great-grandsons
and two great-granddaughters.
Funeral services were held on
Monday, Feb. 4, at the Madison
Street. Baptist Church in Starke
with Dr. Chad Everson and the
.Rev. Jeff Stockdale officiating.
Interment followed in the
Bushnell National Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke.
Harriett Parker
DALLAS, Ga. Harriett
Loudon Parker, 59, of Dallas, Ga.
died on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2008,
after a long battle with lung
disease.
Parker was bom in Starke, on
Nov. 12, 1948, and she was the
daughter of late Eloise T. Loudon
and Arthur Gibson Loudon, Jr. She
attended Bradford Schools.
Parker is survived by: son, Jay
Carter; sister, Patricia Barnhart of
Orlando and brother, Sonny Loudon
of Corpus Christi, Tx.
Funeral Services were held on
Tuesday, Jan. 29, at Benson Funeral
Home of Dallas, Ga.
William "BJ" Shine
STARKE William "BJ"
Shine, 56, of Starke died
Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2008, of
cancer at Shands UF in Gainesville.
Shine was, born in Ft. Rucker,
Ala. but resided primarily in Florida
after 1981. He was of the Baptist
faith. He was a heavy machinery
diesel mechanic by trade and had
technical training in diesel
mechanics.
Shine was preceded in death by
his parents, Joseph and Betty Shine.
Shine is survived by: four
children, Michelle Watson, Vera
Barnes both of Starke, David Shine
of Georgia and Stacey Thorson of
Alabama and six grandchildren and
was loved by many.
A celebration of his life will be
held on Saturday, Feb. 9, on Orange
Lake in Ocala.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.. .
In lieu of flowers, you may
donation to the Shands UF Cancer
Research Foundation or the
American Cancer Society.
FPid Obiltt.ry
Yale Simpson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Sgt.
Yale J. Simpson died Sunday, Feb.
3, 2008, after a lengthy illness at the
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Simpson is survived by: his wife,
Laurie 1-1. Simpson; eight children,
14 grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services will be
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Alan Rogers
HAMPTON Major Rev. Alan
G. Rogers, 40, of Hampton died
Sunday, Jan. 27, 2008, serving his
country in Baghdad.
Rogeraswas born in New York
City, N.Y. on September 21, 1967,
He moved to Hampton at an early
age.
Rogers was an U.S. Army veteran
major and chaplain. He was a
member of Ebenezer Baptist Church
of Starke. He served on the usher
board and was an ordained minister.
Rogers, was a graduate of
Bradford Righ S.ehppl; class of 1985.
He attended Santa Fe Community
College and' the ''University of
Flqrida. He received two master's
degrees, 'th .Brqnze; Star, Purple
Heart and many other awards. :
Rogers was'ptreceded in degh by
his parents,, Geotge :and-.Geftivive
Rogers in 2002.
Rogers is survived by: Lucinda
Jones, Lovema ':one; both of
Burlington, N.C:'' and 'Nellie
Newman of, New. York City, N.Y.;
cousin, Cathy Long' of Ocala and
friends, Shay Hill' of Jacksonville
and Kelly -O'Conner of St.
Augustine. ... '
Funeral services will::hbe held
Friday, Feb. 8, at Ebenezer Baptist
Church in Starke at ; 1 a.in.: with the
Rev. James N. Wilcox' presiding.
There will be full military 'lionors
following the -service on the church
grounds. Interment -will': be in
Arlington National Cemetery at a
later date. Arrangemiehts; are under
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in her church. She was the lead
singer in a youth band of which her
brother played the drums. She won
first place with state honors for
being able to memorize the entire
Bible, backwards and forwards,
memorizing many Bible versus, was
able to give the verse or repeat the
scripture on command and did all
this in six months time of what
normally had taken eighteen months
to accomplish.
Kasee leaves behind her three
children, Kamryn Denise Warren, 6,
Timothy Kole Sikes, 5, and Travis
Kade Sikes, 3; her mom and dad,
John "Buddy" and Phyllis Warren;
brother Shawn Warren; maternal
*grandmother, Eleanor Lyons;
several aunts and uncles; several


nieces and nephews; many cousins
and Ronnie Sikes, the daddy of two
of her children.
Funeral services were held on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, at Sampson City
Church of God, where she attended
church with her parents and children
with the Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Burial followed at Crosby Lake
Cemetery in Starke.
It was such an honor to have her
in our lives for the past 23 years.
Sweetie, you will be missed more
than words can express, but "we"
will see you again. We love you
"Baby Girl."
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OBITUARIES

James Raulerson
ALACHUA James Hardy
Raulerson, 78, of Alachua died
Monday, Feb. 4, 2008, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center.
Born in Gainesville in 1929 he
was a lifelong resident of the area.
He was a member of the Church of
Christ, Schafer Masonic Lodge
#250 of Gainesville, Scottish Rite
and Morroco Temple, both
of Jacksonville. He was the founder
of Gainesville Raceway and founder
of Florida Sheriffs Boys' Ranch in
Live Oak.
Raulerson is survived by: wife,
Kathryn K. Raulerson of Alachua;
four sons, Kelly Raulerson of
Pembroke, Ga., Sam Raulerson of
Adel, Ga., Joseph Raulerson of
Alachua and Jason Raulerson of
High Springs and eight
grandchildren,
Graveside services will be held
on Friday, Feb. 8, at Antioch
Cemetery in LaCrosse at 11 a.m.
with the Rev. Doug Felton
officiating. Arrangements are under
the care of Evans-Carter Funeral
Home of High Springs.
A visitation will be held on
Thursday, Feb. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.
at Evans-Carter Funeral Home in
High Springs.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to Florida Sheriffs Boys'
Ranch, 1689 Mendez Place, Live
Oak, FL 32064.

Ardyce Wick
MELROSE Ardyce Jo Wick,
72, of Melrose and Keystone area
died suddenly Thursday, Jan. 31,
2008, at her residence.
Wick was born in Hazard, Ky. on
April 10, 1935 and moved to the
Melrose and Keystone area 30 years
ago from Orange Park.
Wick was a member of Trinity
Episcopal Church in Melrose. She
was homemaker, member. of the
E.C.W. and was very active in her
church.
Wick is survived by: husband of
50 years, John A. Wick; children,
Kevin Wick and Debbie Etheridge
both of Keystone; sister, Marceita
Hoffmann of Gainesville and three
grandchildren.
Memorial services were held
Monday, Feb. 4, in the Trinity
Episcopal Church in Melrose with
the Rev. David Kidd conducting the
services. Interment will. be at a later
date. Arrangements were under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
In lieu of flowers, please make
contributions to the Trinity
Episcopal Church thrift shop at P.O.
Box 361, Melrose, Fl. 32666.



In Loving Memory
of
Joseph Wesley Jenkins
Sunrise 1937-Sunset 1998


Joseph Jenkins


Like every blade of grass in the
field and every leaf on the trees
in the forest, that lay down its
life in its season as beautifully
as it arose,
Just as the sun arises and sets
with each and every dawn, and
not that the sun has seemingly
set on one so very dear, we
know a soul who live so well
remains forever near The souls
of those wholived life well live
well eternally.
Love forever,
Mary, Demetrik, Derrick, Terry,
Edward, Grands & all who love
you





In Loving Memory
of
J. Edison Ford
Aug. 25, 1936-Feb. 5, 2006
Old Farmer's Prayer
"So do not for me grieve and
weep, I did not leave, I only
sleep; I am with the soil here
below where I can nourish life
of beauty and glow."
It has been but two years, and
we still miss you dearly.
Glenniir Ford, loving wife of
50 years,-
She/ll/, Larry & Eugene,
childrenn"
Robbie, Scooby Audrey
IHannah, Jackie, Detria
Jennifer,
grandchildren


Keystone
man dies in
Gainesville
A Keystone Heights man
found slumped in his truck in a
fast food restaurant parking lot
may have been dead for several
hours before being noticed.
Simran Singh Khalsa, 64,
was pronounced dead at 10:15
p.m. Feb. 1 in the parking lot
of the Burger King on Archer
Road. A receipt in Khalsa'
truck showed he had made a
food purchase 11 hours and 15
minutes before his body was
discovered by an employee of
the restaurant.
Khalsa's body was taken to
the medical examiner's officer
for an autopsy. Foul play is
not expected to be a factor in
Khalsa's death, according to
Gainesville police.


Christopher Griffis


Christopher Griffis
STARKE Baby Christopher
"Aiden" Griffis, 3 months, died
on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2008.
Baby Griffis was born on
November 3, 2007.
Baby Griffis is survived by: his
parents, Melissa Martin and
Christopher Griffis; 3 year old
sister, Alyssa Griffis; aunts:
Christian Griffis of Lawtey, and
Shyanne Griffis of Worthington
Spring, FL; uncle, John Griffis of
Lawtey; maternal grandmother,
Judy Martin of Lawtey and
paternal grandparents LouAnn
Wall of Lawtey and Sam Griffis
of Starke.
Graveside services will be held
on Thursday, Feb. 7, at the Crosby
Lake Cemetery at 1:00 p.m.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke.

One dead in
Feb. 5 crash
on U.S. 301
A Jacksonville woman died
just after midnight when her
vehicle crashed on U.S. 301
south of Lawtey on Feb. 5..
Hollie Marie Bruner, 24, and
Mitchell Dwayne Smith, 26,
also of Jacksonville, were
ejected from the 1999 GMC
pickup at 12:30 a.m., according
to Trooper D.L. Myers. Bruner
was dead at the scene. Smith
was taken to Shands
Gainesville in critical
condition, Trooper Myers said.
The pickup was northbound
on U.S. 301 when it drifted
onto the shoulder before
travelling back onto and
crossing the roadway. While in
the median the pickup rotated
clockwise and overturned,
Trooper Myers said.
The driver of the pickup is
undetermined at this time,
Trooper Myers said. Alcohol
may have been a factor in 'the
crash, Trooper Myers said.


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2 charged
with vehicle
burglaries
A couple was arrested Feb. 2
after police officers found items
in their vehicle that had been
reported stolen from several
vehicles in Starke and Bradford
County.
During a traffic stop at 4
a.m. in the area of Northeast
153rd Street, the K-9 alerted for
the odor of narcotics on the
passenger's side. A search
revealed only marijuana residue
in the vehicle but a lap top,
camera, a navigational system,
credit cards, purses, cash and
other items were located
throughout the vehicle in the
floorboard.
Michael Andrew W4tmough,
18, of Waldo and Tina Lynn
McGee, 28, of Starke were
charged with multiple counts of
burglary of a convenience
(automobile), grand theft and
petit theft, according to Corp.
Thomas Sapp, Sgt. Richard
Crews and Deputy Bryan
Waldorf.
McGee was released after a
$25,000 surety bond was
posted. Watmough remains in
custody under a $25,000 bond.
McGee was charged with
driving Watmough from
residence to residence while
Watmough committed the
burglaries and placed the items
inside McGee's vehicle, Deputy
Waldorf said.
The vehicles were
burglarized between Jan. 28 and
Feb. 2 in several areas of the
city and county. Additional
charges may result from further
investigation, according to Sgt.
Robert Smith and Lt. Barry
Warren.
Watmough and McGee will
also be charged with the
burglaries of several unoccupied
structures where tools, saws,
etc. were removed, Sgt. Smith
said.
The recovered property was
returned to the owners. No
damage was reported to the
vehicles that were entered.

Sex with
inmates gets
officer
arrested
A I ranspor officer was
arrested last week in Starke for
having sex with inmates.
On Jan. 31 the correctional
officer employed by a private
prison transport company
arrived at the Bradford County
Jail. He and another officer
dropped four prisoners off at the
jail which houses inmates from
other agencies for additional
revenue. The officers, employed
by a company known as
Transcor, then checked into a
local motel to rest until their
next transport on Feb. 1,
according to Sheriff Bob
Milner.
Shortly after. midnight, one
of the officers returned to the
jail and advised jail personnel
he needed to transport two
female inmates to the local
hospital as they had not been
cleared medically for transport
and would need physical.
The officer apparently took
the female inmates to the motel
instead of the hospital, where
he had sex with both of them.
While the officer showered,
one of the inmates ran out to a
nearby pay phone and called
police. Starke police officers
found the officer and the
inmates still in the room. The
inmates apparently agreed to go
willingly with the officer and
planned to consume alcohol and
cigarettes but one planned to
escape. She stated she changed


her mind for fear the officer
would harm her.
Shaun D. Edrick McFadden,
26, of Palm Bay was charged
by Lt. Barry Warren with two
counts ofsexual misconduct
between detention facility
employee and inmate. Bond
was set at $100,000.
An internal investigation by
Transcor of the incident and
McFadden continues, according
to Sgt. Robert Smith.
The second officer, a female,
was asleep in her room during
the incident, Capt. Ron Davis
said.


Gainesville
woman faces
felony charge
of marijuana
A 21-year-old Gainesville
woman was arrested Friday in
Starke after a felony amount of
marijuana was found in her
vehicle.
Johnny R. Furman was the
driver of a vehicle stopped at
1:16 a.m. by Patrolman P.A.
King for an inoperative tag
light. A strong odor of
marijuana was detected from
inside the vehicle. During a
consent search the officer found
marijuana inside Furman's
purse, Patrolman King said.
Two large bags containing
marijuana were found in the
rear floorboard of the vehicle.
Total weight of the marijuana
was 928 grams, Patrolman
King said.
Furman was charged with
possession of marijuana and
was released after a $15,000
surety bond was posted.

2 face drug
charges from
traffic stops
Travis Young, 21, was
arrested Feb. 3 by Union
Deputy David Shane for
possession of marijuana.
Young's vehicle was stopped
for an inoperative tag light. He
had received a warning several
months, ago but failed to correct
the light, Deputy Shane said.
An odor of burnt marijuana was
,coming from the vehicle and
Young admitted he and a friend
had smoked marijuana. A burnt
- marijuana blunt-was. found inJ
the ashtriy ,the:, vehiclel,
Deputy Shane said.
Curtis Melvin Perry,-39, of'
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 2


by Deputy Shane for
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Perry was a
passenger in a vehicle stopped
for failing to maintain a single
lane. Several open containers of
alcohol were seen in the vehicle
and Perry smelled strongly of
marijuana. He retrieved a metal
pipe and two plastic bags
containing a green leafy
substance from his sock.

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:
Juan Jose Hernandez, 24, of
Lehigh Acres was arrested Jan.
31 by Union deputy Ken Smith
for aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon and resisting an
officer with violence. Deputies
responded to a call of a man
with a knife just before
midnight on southeast C.R.
237. When deputies arrived,
Hernandez staggered out of the
residence with blood on his face
and upper torso. A witness
stated Hemandez had cut
another person, Deputy Smith
said. Hernandez refused to
comply with orders and started
shouting profanities at the
deputies. A Taser was used to
subdue Hernandez, who smelled
strongly of alcohol. The victim
received a cut on his thumb and
was treated at the scene but
refused to be transported.
Antonio Anwane Bennett,
19, of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 2 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for carrying/possession
concealed firearm. Police
responding to a possible
disturbance involving gunshots
on Crum Court at 2:48 a.m.,
found Bennett attempting to
leave in his -car, Sgt. Crews
said. After a check confirming.
Bennett's license was
suspended, he was placed under
arrest, Sgt. Crews said. Several
people stated Bennett had a gun.
in the car. An inventory of the
vehicle revealed a Smith &
Wesson 9mm pistol in the
floorboard and therjnaggzine frr,,.
it Was" found in the speaker box
at the rear of the car, Sgt.
Crews said. Bond was set at
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Max Hogg, 30, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 2 by
Clay Deputy K.W. Redgate for
burglary to occupied dwelling
and domestic battery. Hogg was
charged with pushing the
victim out of the way before
entering her residence after he
was told not to, Deputy
Redgate said.
Edward Dean Baker, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 2 by Clay Deputy R.E.
Russell for simple domestic
battery. Baker was charged with
grabbing and throwing the
victim during an argument.
Michael Zachary Wright, 21,
of Melrose was arrested Jan. 30
by Clay Deputy J.A. Murphy
for domestic battery. Wright
was charged with punching the
victim in the chest and face
Sergio Emmanuell Romero,
18, of Hampton was arrested
Feb. 3 by Bradford Deputy
Robert Lyons for domestic
battery. Romero was charged
with biting the victim during a
fight.
Jeffrey Jay Wallace,"25, of
Keystone Heights 'was:arrested
Jan: 30 by Clay Deputy J.L.
Bledsoe for possession
controlled substance and
possession drug paraphernalia.'
Wallace was a passenger in, a
vehicle traffic t'6pped:on.C1R;:::
214 for faulty equipment.
During a search;, the- deputy
found two rocks::: of:::: crack :
cocaine in Walla&'s :::*decket:
and a silver pipe: 'with residue
under the passenger's seat..
Georgina Oakley Davis, 43,
of Starke was arrested Jan.. 29
by Starke Patro.lmian-, James.
Stutler for :possession.: of
prescription narcotics without
prescription. While: conducting
a crash investigation,'::'a "
prescription-bottle was found in
Davis' purse during 'a search.
Several' pills were inside but
there was no label on the
bottle; Patrolman Stutler said.
Bdnd'wais set at $15,000.
Casey Lea. King, 20, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 2 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for possession marijuana. King
was the driver of a vehicle
stopped for failing to maintain
a single lane, Patrolman King
said. An odor of marijuana was
.detected.by-the-officer.. -As she

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exited her vehicle, King
attempted to conceal a plastic
bag containing marijuana she
had removed from her pocket.
A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Caleb B. Poturich, 20, of
Sanderson was arrested Jan. 31
by Patrolman King for
possession of controlled
substance. Poturich was the
front seat passenger of a vehicle
stopped for no tail lights on the
trailer. During a consent search,
an unmarked pill bottle was
seen in the center transmission
hump, Patrolman King said.
Inside the pill bottle were 68
Methadone pills. Poturich does
not have a prescription for the
drug, Patrolman King said. He
was released after a $15,000
surety bond was posted.
Jami Sue Weakley, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 4 by Clay Deputy S.J.
Abrahamsen for retail theft,
Weakley was charged with
concealing six pairs of ladies
underwear in her purse and
leaving Bealls Outlet with a
pair of new shoes on her feet,
Deputy Abrahamsen said.
Weakley hid her old shoes in
the business and left her purse
in the store in a cart with
another family member who
was unaware of her actions.
Value of the theft was $38.93.
Ellis L. Rehberg, 42, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Bryan Waldorf
for violation of probation
obtaining prescription by
forgery with no bond.
Jessica Williamson, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 30 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
Phillip Spain, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 1 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for possession narcotic
equipment.
Clayton E. Troyer, 23, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
Patrolman King 'for failure to
appear petit theft. Bond was set'
at $4,000.
Priscilla Jacks6n Dinkins,
54, of Starke was'arrested Feb.
1 oy Patrolman Stutler for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at.$5,000.


Zachary Nelson Bryant, 23,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Feb. 3 by Deputy
Redgate on a warrant for
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set at $283.50.
Mystry Diane Scott, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 28 by
Bradford Deputy Bryan Waldorf
pn a Bay County warrant for
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possession of controlled
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Saul P. Urrutia, 20, of Lake
Butler was arrested Feb. 1 by
Brooker Marshal Tommie
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in contracting without
certification. He was released
after paying a $226 cash bond.
Tramarviance Baker, 20, of
Tampa was arrested Feb. 3 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn Swain
on a warrant from Hillsborough
County for violation of
probation delivery of cannabis
with no bond.

Juan Estrada Garrido, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
28 by Union Capt. Garry Seay
for failure to appear for
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CRIME


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

Amanda Marie Mason, 30,
of. Worthington Springs was
arrested Jan. 25 by Union Capt.
H.M. Tomlinson for failure to
appear for misdemeanor
offense. Bond was set at
$2,500.
Amy F. Collins, 31, of
Starke as arrested Jan. 25 by
Capt. Tomlinson on a warrant
for fraud from Pinellas County.
She was released after a $750
bond was posted.

Ronnie Harris, 46, of
Raiford was arrested Jan. 26 by
Union Deputy John McKinley
Gootee on a warrant from Baker
County for manufacture,
possession, sale still material
liquor. Bond was set at $1,000.
Anthony Glenn Gravely, 56,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 28 by Capt. Tomlinson
for violation of felony
probation.


Jason Lee Douglas, 27, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 1 by
Bradford Deputy W.D.
Thompson on a warrant from
Alachua for violation of
probation burglary of
conveyance. Bond was set at
$10,000. Douglas was also
charged on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation
controlled substance with no
bond and a capias for failure to
appear theft of utilities with
bond set at $2,000, Deputy
Thompson said.

Robert Alan Thomas Jr., 20,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 4
by Clay deputies for indirect
contempt of court retail theft.
Bond was set at $414.50.
Terrance Leon Campbell,
27, of Hawthorne was arrested
Jan. 31 by Deputy Konkel on a
warrant for grand theft. Bond
was set at $25,000.
Michael Braxton Burnette,
41, of Hawthorne was arrested
Jan. 25 by Alachua deputies on
a Bradford warrant for failure to
appear failure to return
property. Bond was set at
$10,000.

Traffic
Donald J. Hernden, 24, of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 4 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for no valid driver's license.

Dorothy McKnight Brown,
41, of Ocala was arrested Feb.,
3 by Lawtey Lt. M.E. Jenkins
for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
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released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.

Robert Douglas Harper, 24,
of Middleburg was arrested Feb.
2 by Lawtey Patrolman M.P.
Gillick for DWLS. He was
released after a $500 cash bond
was posted.

Woodrow Junior McGuire,
44, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 31 by Clay
Deputy M.A. Burns for DWLS
and expired tag.

Christopher P. Swinney, 34,
of Ocala was arrested Jan. 28
by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones on a warrant from St.


Johns County for DUI. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted'
for his release from custody.

Joshua Ray Jacobs, 26, of
Wildwood was arrested Jan. 29
by Deputy Jones on a warrant
from St. Johns County for
failure to appear trespass
occupied structure. He was
released on his own
recognizance. Jacobs was also
charged on a writ of bodily
attachment. He purged .by
paying $1,000.

Lance Wade Tippins, 25, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
31 by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel for failure to appear


DWLS. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Oliver D. Kimbrel, 52, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
25 in Duval County on a
Bradford warrant for disorderly
intoxication. Kimbrel was
transported to Bradford Jan. 31.
Bond was set at $4,000.

Kenneth Alan Jennings, 45,
of Keystone Heights was
-arrested .Jan.-__29- by-- Clay-
Deputy Renee Scucci on
warrants for contempt of court
DWLS from Clay and fugitive
from justice from Maricopa
County, Arizona, for theft with
bond set at $5.400.


SJutlene Hibner, 47, of
Hawthorne was arrested Jan. 26
in Alachua County on a
Bradford warrant for DWLS.
She was released from custody
Feb. 2 after a $10,000 surety
bond was posted.

Leon Watkins III, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
23 by Capt. Tomlinson on a'
warrant for DWLS. He was
released- on his own.
recognizance.- -- - --

Jimmy Howell Waters II.
38, of Gainesville was arrested
Jan. 28 by Union Deputy Mac
Johns for two counts violation
of felony probation.


Jerry Jerome Roberts, 50, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
"28 by Capt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for fraud and DWLS
permanently revoked. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jermaine Deon Holmes, 21,
of Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
19 by Union Deputy David
Shane on a warrant from
Columbia County for leaving
the scene of a hit-and-run crash
with property damage.
Woodrow Junior McGuire,
44, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 31 by Clay
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Section C: Thursday, Feb. 7, 2008 Telegraph Times Monitor



Indians advance to regional finals in soccer
BY CLIFF SMELLEY the Keystone Heights boys' any different in the regional meeting between the teams in victory that is sending the
Telegraph Staff Writer soccer team relied on defense, semifinals? the district championship Indians to the regional finals
'rThe result was a 1-0 shutout of Keystone found itself facing match, it came down to for the third time in the last
To win the District 5-3A Pierson Taylor. Taylor for the fourth time this defense again,
championship as an underdog, Well, why should things be season, and much like the last The result? Another 1-0 See FINALS, p. 2C











Ryan Miller, pictured in
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against Umatilla, scored
the lone goal in
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FINALS
Continued from page 1C

four years.
The Indians (13-11-2) will
no"\ host Lake Highland Prep
(9-14-1), a 1-0 winner over
Trinity Prep. for the Region 2
championship on Friday, Feb.
8, at 7 p.m.
"For this group (to
accomplish that) is simply
amazing," Keystone head
coach. Trevor Waters said of
his young team that consists of
three freshmen and six
sophomores.
Despite the team's youth,
Waters credited one of the
team's seniors for being
instrumental in this postseason
run.
Brad Gober, one of the
team's captains, has been in
the program for six years and
has been a starter for five. He
has played striker in the past,
and Waters admitted that
would be Gober's preference,
but the coach moved the senior
back to play defense. He has
responded, Waters said, by
serving as a leader to the
younger players and helping
them bring their skill level up.
"He organizes that defense,"
Waters said.
With the defense doing its
job, Keystone needed just one
goal. The Indians got that in
the 20"h minute when Ryan
Miller scored from
approximately 10 yards out,
beating freshman goalie Jose
Lopez, who came out to
challenge the shot. Justin
Hannah, the hero in
Keystone's Jan. 31 quarterfinal
win over Umatilla, was
credited .with the assist on a
throw-in.
The Indians had several
opportunities to add. another
goal-including a near miss on
a header by Miller in front of
the goal midway through the
second half-but it turned out
one was all they needed.


"I can't say anything more
about my defense," Waters
said.
The coach said his team did
a good job of disrupting
Taylor's passing lanes. When
the match was over, most of
the Wildcat's best shot
opportunities occurred on free
kicks ranging from 20 to 30
yards out.
Junior Justin Hedding, who
stepped in at goalie late in the
season due to injuries,
continued his solid play.
"He's a natural," Waters
said.
If Keystone can win its first-
ever regional championship, it
will advance to the state
semifinals, which will be
played on Wednesday, Feb.
13, at Lockhart Stadium in
Fort Lauderdale. The Class 3A
championship will be played
on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Keystone's last trip to the
regional finals resulted in a 2-1
loss to Lake Highland Prep in
a round of penalty kicks.
Hannah lifts Indians
past quarterfinals
Hannah scored a goal in the


final two minutes to prevent
overtime and give the Indians
a 3-2 win, over Umatilla in a
regional quarterfinal match on
Jan. 31 in Keystone.
A Bulldogs player put
himself in position to intercept
a pass from Darby Johns, but
actually overran the play,
allowing Hannah to receive the
ball and look at a clear path to
the goal.
"I was just planning on
shooting it," Hannah said. "I
didn't think of anything else."
Waters said it was a
beautiful, unbelievable shot,
which was taken from
approximately 18 yards out.
"There was no way that
keeper could get that," Waters
said. "That ball just curved
right into the side of the net. It
was awesome."
Hannah's goal capped a
rally from a one-goal deficit.
Umatilla's Alex Martinez
scored approximately three
minutes into the second half to
give the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead.
Sensing the need to create
something offensively, Waters
moved Gober upfield from his
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Keystone's
Brad Gober
attempts to
beat Umatilla's
Alex Martinez
(foreground) to
the ball and
prevent a
possible
scoring
opportunity in
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round. Gober,
playing
defense, would
later move
upfield and
score a goal on
offense to tie
the score at 2-
all.


approximately halfway
through the second half. Gober
had a couple of attempts go
awry, but he was able to tie the
score in the 44th minute.
Umatilla's keeper, after having
made several spectacular
saves, allowed what was really
a misfire by Gober trickle past
him.
"(Gobij) didn't get all of it,
but it spun," Waters said. "It
rolled off the keeper's hands
into the side of the net. We
were fortunate on that one."
Keystone had several
chances to break the 2-all tie
before Hannah's game-winner.
Miller, who scored the first
goal of the match in the eighth
minute, had a chance to put the
ball in the net after the
Umatilla keeper failed to
control the ball after coming
out of the net to field it.
Miller's shot went wide right.


Gober later had a point-
blank attempt at a goal, but the
Umatilla keeper made the
save.
Yet in the end, the Indians
assured themselves of
finishing.the year with at least
a .500 record and, in the


process, continued to grow as a
team.
"Being down 2-1 in the
second half-it's very easy to
fold for a young team," Waters
said. "They stepped it up and
played like district
champions."


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6 Bradford wrestlers moving on to regional tournament


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Billy Brooks and Casey
Hines won the championships
in their respective weight
classes at the District I-Class
A meet Feb. 1-2 at Fort White
High School and will be joined
by four of their Bradford
teammates at this weekend's
Region I meet at Matanzas
High School in Palm Coast.
Brooks, who improved to
25-2, captured his second
straight district championship
by winning the 140-pound
class. Whereas he had a bit of
a tough match in the finals of
last year's tournament,
winning by a score of 9-8, he
had no such problems in any
part of this year's tournament,
pinning all three of his
opponents.
"Billy was dominating in all


Lawtey
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Lawtey Athletic Association
is now accepting baseball and
girl's softball sign-up until
Saturday, Feb. 9.
The cost is $65 for returning
player and $66 for new
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If you have any questions,


of his matches," Bradford
coach Joe Van Vactor said.
Hines captured his first
district championship by
pinning his first two
opponents, then taking an 8-3
win in the finals of the 215-
pound class. That improved his
record to 32-1.
Bradford was one win away
from having another district
champion. Shawn Boyette won
his first two matches before
falling in the finals of the 160-
pound class.
Because of his second-place
finish, Boyette, like Brooks
and Hines, will advance to the
Region 1 meet on Friday-
Saturday, Feb. 8-9, at
Matanzas High School in Palm
Coast. The top four finishers in
each weight class at the district
meet will advance, meaning
that this Bradford trio will also


call (904) 782-3701 and speak
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9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


BHS TD Club
to elect
officers Tues.
New officers for the 2008-
09 school year will be elected
at the next Bradford High
School Tornado Touchdown
Club meeting, which is
scheduled for Tuesday, Feb.
12, at 6 p.m. in the BHS media
center.
The Touchdown Club
welcomes all who are
interested in supporting BHS
football.


Bradford High School is sending six to the Region 1-
Class A regional wrestling meet. Qualifying were:
(front, I-r) Ross Peugh, Dylan White, Shawn Boyette,
(back, I-r) Casey Hines, Brandon Andrews and Billy
Brooks.


be joined by teammates Ross
Peugh, Brandon Andrews and
Dylan White. Peugh and
Andrews took third in the 112-
and 189-pound classes,
respectively, while White
placed fourth in the 135-pound
class. (White helped his cause
by pinning the tournament's
third seed in the first round.)
Andrews, Boyette, Brooks,
Hines and White were all
participants in last year's
regional meet, but only Brooks
and Hines moved on to the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals. Like the
district meet, the top four
finishers in each class at the
regional meet will move on to
state competition.
You would expect Brooks
and Hines are in good position


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Union girls end title drought W -r .


with win over Keystone W,-,Y


BY CLIFF SMELLEY

A nip-and-tuck game
eventually turned into a 10-
point win for the tUnion
County girls' basketball team,
which outscored Keystone
Heights 15-7 in the final four
minutes to \win the District 6-
3A championship by a score of
45 39 on Feb. 2 in Interlacheri.
A rebound score by
Anbreyal Stewart gave the
Tigers (19-3) the lead for good
and, eventually, their first
district championship in eight
years.
That set off a wild
celebration following the
game. Senior Amber
Franzluebbers, who has helped
the team finish as district
runner-up the past two
seasons, was jumping into the
arms of teammates and-
coaches.
"Oh, my gosh," she
exclaimed. "This is the best
day of my life."
Franzluebbers made 5-of-6
free throws in the final quarter
to help the Tigers' cause.
Union missed its first four free
throw attempts of the quarter,
but then made 8-of-15.
"We missed some free
throws at the beginning, but
we were able to get them at the
end," Union head coach Perry
Davis said. "The end is what
counts."
Keystone head coach Mike


Ruszkowski said free-throw
shooting was definitely
something that could've
helped his team. The Indians
(13-12) were just 5-of- 12 from
the line.
Consequently, the Tigers
attempted 35 free throws.
Ruszkowski 'indicated he
didn't like some of the calls
that went against his team, but
also added, "We made our
share of silly fouls."
The bottom line, he said, is
that his team didn't do the
things it needed to to come
away with a victory.
"We just need to play a little
better than we played tonight,
but we played hard,"
Ruszkowski said. "I thought
everybody gave a great effort."
Turnovers--plagued both
--teamslin the first quarter, but a
7-2 run by Keystone gave the
Indians a two-point lead
heading into the second
quarter. A basket by Karleigh
Smoak, who scored six points
in the opening quarter, got the
run started. Kim Russell then
scored off of an assist from
Megan Poupard, drawing a
foul in the process and making
a free throw.
Abby Knabb hit a jumper
just inside the arc to put
Keystone up 11-7, but Union's
Ashli Watkins rebounded her
own miss and scored to make
it a two-point game.


A pair of rebound putbacks
by Keystone's Morgan
Maxwell gave the Indians a
six-point lead late in the half.
Union, however, would score
five straight to end the half.
Watkins made one free throw,
followed by two made
attempts at the line by
Sharmaine Couch.
Keystone. had one
possession in the final two
minutes in which it had four
offensive rebounds
sandwiched around a missed
free throw, yet the Indians
could not put the ball in the
basket. Franzluebbers
eventually came away with a
steal, which led to a basket in
transition by Watkins, which
sent the Tigers into the half
trailing 19-18.
Missed shots and turnovers
kept the third quarter scoreless
until the 3:56 mark when
Couch made two free throws-
to give the Tigers their first
lead since the opening quarter.
The. .lead changed hands
several, times throughout the
remainder, of .the quarter. A
drive by Russell resulted in a
basket that put the Indians up
25-26, but Stewart answered
with a bucket of her own to put
the. Tigers on top by one
heading into the fourth quarter.
A steal and layup by Russell
put the Indians back on top 28-
See UCHS, p. 5C


Bradford earnedits third straight district championship in girls' basketball.
Pit-uYedfkrieeling (1-r) are Latosha Smith, Demetria Slocum and Ebony Smith.
Standing behind Smith and Slocum are Shantavia Jackson (left) and Destiny Bass.
Pictured in the back (1-r) are: assistant coach Lamar Hamilton, Marissa Molina,
Quinessa Portis, Keita Goodman, Jerica Warren, Farah Duhart, Jennifer Smyth and
head -coach David Reynolds.


BHS girls hold off Raiders


to win another district title


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe put a scare into the
Bradford girls' basketball
team, but the Tornadoes held
off a late Raiders rally to win
62-57 and claim the District 3-
4A championship on Feb. 2 in
Starke.
The Tornadoes (18-4) led
most of the game, with the
exception of one three-point
deficit in the second quarter:
However, when it seemed


Bradford was breaking the
game open-the Tornadoes led
by 11 points with 6:42
remaining in the last quarter-
the Raiders, through a
combination of van effective
full-court press and an
offensive tear closed the
Tornadoes' lead to two with
two minutes left to play.
Bradford's Jerica Warren,
who scored 1.4 points, would
help put her team out of Santa
Fe's reach by stepping up and


producing at the foul line.
Warren was one of three
players to score in double
figures for Bradford as the
Tornadoes won their third
straight district championship.
(This was the second straight
year Bradford defeated Santa
Fe for the title.) Keita
Goodman and Demetria
Slocum each scored 16 points.
Slocum made her presence

See BHS, p. 6C


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Blye, Harris
lead BHS boys
over Keystone
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stqff Writer
Eugene Blye scored 10
points in the second quarter-
including making two 3-
pointers-to help the Bradford
boys' basketball team build a
13-point halftime lead en route
to defeating Keystone Heights
56-37 on Jan. 29 in Keystone.
Blye led all scorers with 16
points, while teammate
Tremaine Harris had 15 points.
Bradford's Dannerius
Sheffield made three 3-
pointers and finished with 10
points.
Keystone was led by Richie
Rudd's 13 points. Matt
Snowberger added nine points.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 9 19 9 19-56
KHHS: 5 10 11 11-37
Scoring
Bradford (56): Blye 16, Harris
15, Markael Moore 4, Martella
Moore 6, Sheffield 10, Jared
Smith 5. 3-pointers: Blye 2,
Sheffield 3. Free throws: 8-18.
Keystone (37): Travis
Buchanan 2, Dalton Campbell
7, Crane 6, Ryan Latner 3,
Rudd 13, Snowberger 9. Free
throws: 6-11.

Oak Hall 57 KH 48
Keystone followed up the
Bradford game with a road
loss to Oak Hlall, which
outscored the Indians 29-18 in
the first half to hand them a
57-48 defeat on Jan. 31 in
Gainesville.
Nathan Buchanan hit four 3-
pointers and led the Indians
with, 18 points. Rudd and
Snowberger scored 10 and
nine, respectively.
Keystone will play Union
County on Friday, Feb. 8, at 6
p.m. in the semifinals of the
District 6-3A tournament,
which is being hosted by
Interlachen High School. That
game will be followed by
Crescent City-the
tournament's top seed-taking
on either Interlachen or
Pierson Taylor at 8 p.m.
(Interlachen and Taylor played
in a quarterfinal game this past
Tuesday.)
Friday's winners will play
"See KHHS, p, 6C


4AF


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Union County's Amber Franzluebbers (left) defends
Keystone's Heather Martin in the paint.


UCHS
Continued from page 4C

27, but she fouled out with
5:54 to play. That foul sent
Franzluebbers to the line,
where she made both attempts.
Smoak, who led the Indians
with 12 points, gave the
Indians their last lead of the
game when she scored on a
drive to the basket. Union's
Lareesa Jackson tied it back up
with a layup, which was then
followed by Stewart's rebound
score.
Jackson, one of the team's
reserves, scored twice in the
latter stages of the fourth
quarter. That kind of,
contribution is what makes this
year's team different from
those of the last couple of
years, Davis said. The team
has more options than simply
relying on Franzluebbers, as it
has done in the past.
"We're more balanced now
than we've ever been," Davis
said.
Franzluebbers said that,
more than anything, is what
has led to such a successful
season for the Tigers.
"We have a bunch of key
players," she said. Everybody,
can' shoot. "Everybody can
pass. We have a whole team."


Franzluebbers and Watkins
each finished the game with 10
points, while Couch led the
team vwith 11. Stewart added
eight points.
Russell, who had 11 points,
joined Smoak as the only
Keystone players to score in
double figures. Knabh finished
with seven points.
The Tigers host Williston
(18-9) tonight, Feb. 7, in a
regional quarterfinal game at 7
p.m. The last two years, Union
has had to go on the road and
play P.K. Yonge, which
advanced to the Final Four
each of those years.
"I think we match up pretty
good (against Williston),"
Davis said. "I think we match
up better against them than'we
do Keystone. It will be a
different type of game on
Thursday-speed against
speed."
It will be the Indians who
now travel to Gainesville to
take on P.K. Yonge (also at 7
p.m. tonight). It will be a tough
test (P.K. Yonge is 22-3), but
Ruszkowski said his players
need to. look at it as an
opportunity. Keystone may not
have won the district
championship, but the Indians
are making their fourth
'regional appearance in the last
five years and, unlike many.
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"That's what I told them,"
RIuszkowski said. "We can still
keep it alive. Wouldn't it be
better to go and upset
somebody else who's a
champion and, keep going?
We're going to play to win."
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Williston defeats
Keystone would ho
in the semifinals.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 11 8
UCHS: 9 9
Scoring
Keystone (39):
Heather Martin 1,


KHHS overcomes


slow start to


reach district final


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


(onge and It was a slow .start, but the
Union, then Keystone Heights girls'
ist Williston basketball team put together a
better second half en route to
defeating Crescent City 37-28
in the semifinals of the District
7 13-39 6-3A tournament on Feb. I in
9 18-45 Interlachen.
The Indians scored only
eight points in the first half and
Knabb 7, trailed by eight at halftime.
Maxwell 4, However, they came out of the


Poupard 4, Russell 11, Smoak
12. Free throws: 5-12.
Union (45): Couch 11,
Franzluebbers 10, Jackson 4,
BeBe Lawrence 2, Stewart 8,
Watkins 10. Free throws: 15-
35.

Tigers crush Rams to
advance to title game
.Union outscored Interlachen
31-0 in the: first ,'q arter en
route to a 65-7 win 'in ,the
district semifinals on Feb. 1 in
Interlachen. : ,* ..
The Tigers did' not need
much out .of. their,. starters,
which was good, since several
players were sick, ,Davis said.
Still, Franzluebbers scored a
game-high 18 points, while
Watkins and Stewart scored 13
and 12 points, respectively.
"We pulled the starters as
soon as we could," said Davis,
whose team led' by 43 at; the
half. "The three players :Who
came off the bench did a great
job. The twinss eBe and CeCe
Lawrence combined -for 15
points, eight rebounds, two
blocks and eight steals.
"The girls did a great job."
BeBe Lawrfence joined
starters Frainzluebbers, Stewart
and Watkins in double figures
with II points.


Score by Quarter
IHS: 0 3
UCHS: 31 15


0-7
7-65


Union Scoring (65): Couch 7,
Franzluebbers 18, B. Lawrence
11, C. Lawrence 4, Stewart 12,
Watkins 13. Free throws: 7-
13. .


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Raiders 19-6 in the third
quarter.


Kim Russell and Karleigh
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loss to Union County, were the
leaders for Keystone, scoring
I1 and 10 points, respectively.
Morgan Maxwell added eight
points.

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CCHS: 9 7 6 6-28
KHHS: 4 4 19 10-37
Keystone Scoring (37): Abby
Knabb 2, Heather Martin 4,
Maxwell 8, Megan Poupard 2,
Russell 11, Smoak 10. Free
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BHS advances to title game with win over Baker Co.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford relied on its
outside game to build a
double-digit lead in the first
half, then took advantage of
Keita Goodman down. low to'
maintain that lead in a 55-39'
win over Baker County in the
district semifinals on Feb. 1.
The Tornadoes made seven
3-pointers in the first half, five
of which occurred in the
second quarter.
"A 3-pointer by Jerica
Warren late in the first quarter
was the first of six consecumi! e
outside' bombs by Bradford.
Ebony Smith followed with a,
trey at the end of the quarter to
send the Tornadoes into the
second quarter up by nine.
Bradford got a 3-pointer each
from Demetria Slocum and
Smith again to start the second
before Destiny Bass hit two.
straight for'a27-14 lead.
Slocum would score the
team's only 2-point basket oin.
a layup following a steal by.
Smith. I However, that was
followed by Bass' third trey of
the quarter, which put. the.
Tornadoes up 32-14.


Tornadoes

hold off Union

boys 61-59
BY CLIFF ShIELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The host team made a run
late, but in the end, the
.Bradford boys' basketball
team held on for a 61-59 win
over Union County on Feb. 1
in Lake Butler.
Bradford (17-5) led by seven
and had grabbed a defensive


IBradford's Destiny Pass (left) looks for an open
teammate while being pressured by a Baker County
player .


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stripped the ball and scored.
That was followed by a
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Bradford and two ensuing free
throws and possession of the
ball for Union.
Bradford head coach Mark
McGraw said the Tornadoes
did not shoot well from the
foul line overall, but the team
did make their free throws
down the stretch. Bradford was
13-of-24 from the foul line, but
Markael Moore and Dannerius
Sheffield combined to go 7-of-
10.


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AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AMENDING FLORIDA, AMENDING
ORDINANCE 2007-15, 'SECTION ORDINANCE 2007-21, SECTION
59-7, DIVISION 1, SCHEDULE 2, 59-187, DIVISION 7, SCHEDULE
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE, 2, BRADFORD COUNTY CODE,
COMPUTATION OF THE COMPUTATION OF THE
AMOUNT OF IMPACT FEES TO AMOUNT OF IMPACT FEES TO
PROVIDE CAPITAL PROVIDE CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS FOR ROADS; IMPROVEMENTS TO LIBRARY
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF FACILITIES; PROVIDING FOR
ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT REPEAL OF ORDINANCES
WITH THIS ARTICLE;. INCONSISTENT WITH. THIS
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER ARTICLE; DIRECTIONS TO THE
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; CODIFIER; PROVIDING FOR
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING
DATE. AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD The public hearing may be
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS continued to one or more future
OF BRADFORD COUNTY dates. Any interested party shall
FLORIDA, AMENDING be advised that the date, time and
ORDINANCE 2007-16, SECTION place of any continuation of the
59-37, DIVISION 2, SCHEDULE 2, public hearing shall be announced
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE, during the public hearing arid that
COMPUTATION OF THE no further notice concerning the
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IMPROVEMENTS. FOR FIRE decide to appeal any decision
PROTECTION SERVI CES; made at the public, hearing, they
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF will need a record of the
WITH THIS ARTNCONSISTENT proceedings.and, for such purpose,
WITH THIS ARTICLE; they may need to ensure that a
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER; verbatim record ofthe proceedings
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; is made, which record includes the
AND PROVIDING. AN EFFECTIVE testimony. and evidence upon
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD which the appeal is to be based.
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : ,
OF BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE BY THE
ORDINANCE 2007-i7, SECTION BOARD OF COUNTY
59-67, DIVISION 3, SCHEDULE 2, COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, CODE, BRADFORD COUNTY,
COMPUTATION OF THE FLORIDA '
AMOUNT OF IMPACT FEES TO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
PROVIDE CAPITAL an the ordinance, which title
IMPROVEMENTS FOR LAW hereinafter appears, will be
ENFORCEMENT; PROVIDING considered for enactment by the
FOR REPEAL OF ORDINANCES Board of. County Commissioners of
INCONSISTENT WITH THIS Bradford County, Florida, at a
ARTICLE; DIRECTIONS TO THE public hearing on February 21,
CODIFIER; PROVIDING FOR 2008 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING thereafter as the matter can be
AN EFFECTIVE DATE. heard, in the County Commission
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD Meeting Room, County
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Courthouse, North Wirig, located at
OF BRADFORD COUNTY 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
FLORIDA, AMENDING Florida. Copies of said ordinance
ORDINANCE 2007-18, SECTION may be inspected by any member
59-97, DIVISION 4, SCHEDULE 2, of the public at the Office of the
BRADFORD COUNTY CODE, County Clerk, located at 945 North
COMPUTATION OF THE Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida,
AMOUNT OF IMPACT FEES TO during regular business hours. On
PROVIDE CAPITAL the date, time and place first above
IMPROVEMENTS TO PARKS; mentioned, all interested persons
PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF may appear and be heard with
ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT respect to the ordinance.
WITH THIS ARTICLE; AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER; COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
AND PROVIDING INEFFECTIVE MAP OF THE BRADFORD
DATE, COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD PLAN, AS AMENDED; RELATING
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO AN AMENDMENT OF MORE
OF BRADFORD COUNTY THAN TEN ACRES OF LAND,
FLORIDA, AMENDING PURSUANT TO AN
ORDINANCE 2007-19, SECTION APPLICATION, S 080108 A, BY
59-127, DIVISION 5, SCHEDULE THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
2, BRADFORD COUNTY CODE, SAID ACREAGE, UNDER THE
COMPUTATION OF THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES


Sheffield's biggest
contribution may have from
outside the arc. McGraw said
the Tigers played a lot of zone
defense against his team, but
Sheffield knocked down four
3-pointers.
"That kind of helped aid in
the.victory," McGraw said..
Sheffield finished with 15
points, while Eugene Blye led
Bradford 'with 17. The duo
combined to score 17 points in
the. third quarter, which saw
Bradford outscore Union 23-
13. That gave the Tornadoes a
44-38 lead heading into, the


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FINDING THAT SAID
AMENDMENT FURTHERS THE
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
OBJECTIVES OF THE
EXECUTIVE ORDER OF THE
GOVERNOR ,,DESIGNATING
BRADFORD COUNTY AS A
RURAL AREA OF CRITICAL
ECONOMIC CONCERN,
PURSUANT TO SECTION
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STATUTES, AS AMENDED;
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decide to appeal any decisions
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need to ensure that a verbatim
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testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
2/7 ltchg


The Tornadoes would hit no
more 3s the remainder of the
game, but they didn't need
them. Goodman was able to
take advantage of good looks
created by her teammates
underneath the basket as she
scored 12 of her 13 points in
the second half. Goodman had
eight in the third quarter,
including two consecutive
scores-off of assists from
Slocum-which sent Bradford
into the fourth quarter up 47-
30.
Goodman led the team in
scoring, while Slocum had 11
points and Smith and Warren
each had 10. Bass finished
with nine points.

Score by Quarter
Baker: 6 12 12 9-39
BHS: 15 17 15 8-55
Bradford Scoring (55): Bass
9, Farah Duhart 2, Goodman
13, Slocum 11, Smith 10,
Warren 10. 3-pointers'
Slocum, Warren, Smith 2, Bass
3. Free throws: 4-7.
Score by Quarter
SFHS: 10 23 8 16-57
BHS: 12 23 12 15-62


fourth quarter.
Moore joined Blye and
Sheffield in double figures
with 10 points.
The Tigers' Frankie
Caldwell led all scorers with
19 points. Caldwell made 5-of-
8 free-throw attempts, while
Union was 12-of-23 overall.
Marcus Albritton helped the
Tigers outscore Bradford 21-
17 in the final period. He
scored all nine of his points in,
that quarter, making two field
goals-one of which was a 3-
pointer-and making 4-of-6
free throws.
Up next for both teams are
the semifinals of their
respective district tournaments.
Bradford is the second seed
in the District 3-4A
tournament, which is being
hosted by Santa Fe High
School. The Tornadoes will
play either third seed
Ridgeview or sixth seed
Suwannee on Friday, Feb. 8, at
6 p.m. That is followed by top
seed Santa Fe playing. either
fourth seed Baker County of
fifth seed Middleburg at 8 p.m.
Friday's winners will play
for the championship on
Saturday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.
Union will take on Keystone
Heights in the semifinals of the
District 6-3A tournament,
which is being hosted by
Interlachen High School, on
Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. Union and
Keystone are seeded second
and third, respectively.
Top seed Crescent City will
play either Pierson Taylor or
Interlachen at 8 p.m.
As in the District 3-4A
tournament, Friday's winners
will play for the championship
on Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.


Score by Quarter .
BHS: 10 11 23
UCHS: 11 14 13


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Bradford Scoring (62): Bass
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Smith 8, Warren 14. 3-


BHS
Continued from page 4C

felt in the second quarter when
she poured in 12 points and
earned several assists ,with
laser-like passes to open
teammates under the basket.
Her effort helped Bradford
enter the half up 35-33.
Destiny Bass and Ebony
Smith completed the scoring
for Bradford with eight points
each.
The Tornadoes host Andrew
Jackson in a regional
quarterfinal game tonight, Feb.
7, at 7:30 p.m. If Bradford
wins, it will host either Santa


pointers: Smith, Bass 2,
Warren 2. Free throws: 15-25.


Fe or Bishop Kenny in the.'
regional semifinals orI
Tuesday, Feb. 12.
Santa Fe and Bishop Kcnnvy
will play each other in a-
qiarlerfinal game '\rP
Jacksonville.
Telegraph sta/f writer Cliff'
Smelley contributed to this;
story.


Score by Quarter
SFHS: 10 23
BHS: 12 23


16-57".
15-62'


Bradford Scoring (62): Bass:
8, Goodman 16, Slocum 16,."
Smith 8, Warren 14. 3-.
pointers: Smith, Bass 2,
Warren 2. Free throws: 15-25


Score by Quarter
KHHS KHHS: 12 6 13 17-48
Oak Hall: 10 19 16 12--57
Continued from page 5C Oak Hal:10 19 16 12-57
Keystone Scoring (48): N i
each other for the Buchanan 18, Campbell 6,
championship on Saturday, Latner 5, Rudd 10, Snowberger'^
Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. 9. 3-pointers: Latner,"
Keystone is the Campbell 2, Buchanan 4. Free.
tournament's third seed. throws: 3-7.


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40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62


Lost/Found
Animals & Pets
Yard Sales
Keystone Yard Sales
Wanted
Trade or Swap
For Sale
Building Materials
Personal Services
Secretarial Services
Scriptures
Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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42
Motor Vehicles
2004 CHEVY TRAIL-
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reduced to $3995. Newer
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2003 YAMAHA V-STAR
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cycle. Lots of chrome and
windshield, only 1.300
miles' Asking $4,900. call
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Motor Vehicles
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and up,
low down. Owner financ-
ing available. Call 1-800-
616-8373.
1.75 ACRES. BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and houses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470
(owner/agent).
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80 4/
2 MOBILE HOME, like
new. Financing available.


4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146.
BUILDING LOTS FOR
SALE 1/3 ACRE*, paved
road, $15K Call 352-
475-3975.
ONE ACRE, ONE BLOCK
OFF SR21 NORTH, by
Jerry's Mobile Homes.
No impact fees, well, sep-
tic and power already in
place. $30K, call 904-
669-9783.
LAKEFRONT 2/3 ACRE
CLEARED ON SILVER
SANDS LAKE. Mobile
homes okay, paved road.
$40K, call 352-475-3975.
PUTNAM COUNTY WA-
TERFRONT AND SUB-
DIVISION lots, also 15
lots side by side, high, dry.
Cash, trade or finance.
call 386-328-7778.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800.
SOFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleard;. .Both. Jots-3/1 th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
38e27 h n III re t1lloiftIi
iort. ...................
DOWNTOWN STARKE
rent. Copfe.ence ,oom.
kitchen, utilities ,ndmoie
provided. 'Call 904-964-
2616fr, ; "
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOW'N 111'Call
'St.,. $201;0060 'riw iof,
designed for, restaurant.
Also, oh e retail. store.
downtown Starke,
$179,500- 109-Call-St.,
new roof, good for, office,
r0ftil etc.: Call 904:964-
4111' "'
NEW ,PROFESSIONAL
OFFICES at 4.17,West
Call Street for lease+Ideal
for medical', legal, ac
counting or business of-
fices. $350 including utili-
ties and tqxes,or01.all 4 of-
fices for $290-each plus
utilities and taxes, Call
352-275-8531 today for a
walk through.
FOR RENT -3.ROOM OF-
FICE LOCATED. IN
DOWNTOWN STAKE.
Has breakroom and re-
ception area, $600/mth.
Call 904-964-6305. ask
for Melisa.
KEYSTONE MINI STOR-
AGE HAS 2 OFFICES
FOR LEASE. Also cli-
mate controlled storage
units. For info, call Angela
at 352-473-7683.
SOUTH OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. GREAT ZON-
ING Large block build-
Sing. can divide. Als6,
.. Starke. near 301 ,-offices,
stores, living q 6arteirs.
Palatka. 2 city blocks,
developers dream. Call
386-328-7778.
48
Homes for Sale
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2. 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $895/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EFFI-
CIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with
possibility of additional
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Sheds & Playhouse on 3 acres.
Bring Horses.
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*1 Acre Wooded in Pleasant Grove
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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, $139,900
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Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities No pets

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Handicapped stone C Estates oAL HOUSING
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cated 2 miles from Starke
on Hwy 100, 134th St.
$184,000, financing pos-
sible with approved credit.
Call John at 904-964-
6305.
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electrical
wiring, plumbing, AC unit,
cabinets, floor covering,
Florida Power and Light
utilities, 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301, asking
$85,000. Phone (352)
745-0039.
FOR SALE BY OWNER 3/
2 HOME ON 2+ ACRES.
1456 sq ft living space.
Central heat and air.
Above ground pool with
large patio. Unattached
work building and also
additional storage build-
ing. Located off Hwy301
SouItholiCR227, $125K.
call 904 964 5582 aftel
6pmr
3/2 HOME. 2 ACRES,
CLAY COUNTY. Fire-
place, sprinkler system,
vaulted ceiling, great
neighborhood, Off
Immokalee Rd. asking
$150K. Call 352-473-
3365.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
12X65 MOBILE HOME 2/
1 ON 1.25 ACRES with
large utility shed and boat
or car-shed. 4" deep well,
sprinkler system plus
more. Must see, like new.
Asking $70,000 OBO.
Call 352-473-2442.
I HAVE 2 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE DWMH and
SWMH. 3/2 and 2/2. We
can move, owner financ-
ing, I am not a dealer,
352-283-8674 or 386-
684-1052 or 888-999-
1389. www.VacantLots
USA.com.
I WANT YOUR PRETTY,
UGLY OR UNWANTED
MOBILE HOMES with or
without lot. Fast cash,
'quick closing: Call 386-
-684-1052 or 352-283-
8674 or 888-999-1389,
call anytime.
ONE ACRE LOTWITH A3/
1 SINGLEWIDE plus
large 14x28 addition.
Owner financing Shed/
workshop, carport,
fenced/crossed fenced.
OffCR-225. $8,000 down.
$55K. NearSW87thAve
Starke. Call 386-684-
1040, 352-283-8674 or
888-999-1389. www.


VacantLotsUSA.com.
28X60 3/2 MOBILE HOME,
WELLAND SEPTIC. Like
new financing, available
in Union County. Call
386-496-1146.
66X28 DOUBLEWIDE ON
1.7 FENCED ACRES. 4/
2, fireplace, carport, work-
shop, storage shed, front
and back porches, metal
roof on Little Springs
Road in Worthington
Springs, CH/A, ready to
move into. All appliances
included, $84,900.
Phone 352-339-4132 or
386-496-2829.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ON
LAKE GENEVA, 3 blocks
from schools. 3/2, $895/
mth. Call 352-222-9111.
MELROSE WHISPERING
PINES COMMUNITY. 1/
1 mobile home in quiet
country setting off SR21.
Must have clear criminal
history. $275/mth, $275/,
dep. Call 352-475-6285.
2/2 MOBILE HOME IN
LAKE BUTLER on 2.5
acres, w/d connection,
CH/A. Rent, $650/mth.
Call 904-693-6092.
MOBILE HOME 2/1, A/C,
HEAT, WASHER AND
DR'ER 1 uiilh''r hiri
WilMMit call 386 562.
3408
ONE ACRE LOT FOR
RENT MOBILE HOME
READY No travel traile .
or RV. $250/mth. call
904-796-0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A. cable provided, all


utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10%,discount on first
month's rent for senior
citizens. Rooms with pri-
vate bath, $115 $135. /
wk. Room without bath,
$100. Laundry facilities
available. Close to
churches, stores, down-
town shopping, theatre,
and more! See Manager
at the Magnolia Hotel,
across from the Starke
Post Office. 904-964-
4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking dis-
tance to Keystone
schools, $995/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME
MOBILE HOME COM-
MUNITY. No banks, flex-
ible terms. Lake Butler
area. Call 386-496-8111
or go to www.hidden
oaksmhc.com,
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, Fl
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.


Whispering Oaks Aparimlilts

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
2, 3, & 4 bedroom Spacious Apartment
Homes starting at $549.00
Water included W/D Hook ups
Fitness Center-* Computer Room
Pool Volleyball Court Kids Play Area
Clubhouse with big screen TV
Great resident activities.
Walking distance to school.
Pets Welcome!
1 MONTH FREE!
Call 904-368-0007


.Used car dealer spends millionn dollars
repairing vehicles in last 2 years. That's right,
Dave's Auto Sales spent millionn per year at family owned
business' in the surrounding 5 counties. From muffler
sh6op~ ,torte stores and anything in between.-ve's"'e
Sales fixes brsbeforethe S'ale.'Fih ally a dealershipwith ".'-
standards. Dave says"/f you buy junk, it's a bad deal
regardless of cost." A broke down car can cost much more
than you need to know. Late fees at daycare are more than
a tow. This little car lot can save us;See DAVE'S pg. 7B





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ON LAKE GENEVA
MCDONALD'S MOBILE
HOME PARK. 1, 2 and
3BR foi rent. Call 904-
445-8669.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKEFRONT LARGE 2/
2 brick home, 2 1/2 ga-
rages, many extras, great
view. $850/mth, call 678-
640-1524.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
USE YOUR TAX RE-
FUND CHECK to own
your own home. We can
make it happen. Call for
.more details, 386-496-
8111 or go to www.
hiddenoaksmhc.com.
2BR UPSTAIRS APART-
MENT located in down-
town Starke. $450/mth.
Call 904-364-9022.
3/1 TURN OF CENTURYA-
FRAME HOME. Nice
neighborhood. $550/mth,
first, last, deposit, lease:
Call 904-964-3579.
2/1 GARAGE APART-
MENT Privale. but iI
town. $450. first. last.
deposit, lease Call 904-
964-3579.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1.
CH/A, QUIET. SAFE
AREA near town. Large
sun room, lake view.
$550/mth. Call 352-473-
5214.
1/1 HOUSE NICE YARD,
HWY 301 NORTH.,
STARKE. $500/mth, call
904-769-6020.
2 ROOMS FOR RENT 4
BLOCKS FROM
SHANDS Hospital in
Starke. $395/mth plus


utilities and cable each,
Call 352-359-6063. 842
Parker St. Starke.
2/2 HOME IN CLAY
COUNTY, CLOSE TO
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
$750/mth with $750/sec
Sdep. Call 352-475-6260.
1BR TRAILER IN COUN-
TRY CLEAN AND PRI-
VATE. Electric included,
service animals only, call
352-468-2684.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME Neat and
clean in mobile home
park. Has ramp. Owner/
agent, Mike L. Hanks.
$700/mth, 352-665-8067.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME CH/A, all
electric. $550/mth, $550/
dep. Call 904-964-6445
2/1 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE.
HOME CH/A, between
-Starke arid Raiford.
$300/dep, $550/mth. Call
904-284-9223 or 904-
305-8287.
2/1 HOUSE IN STARKE -
COMPLETELY REMOD-
ELED, CH/A, one car ga-
rage. Service animals
only. $700/mth plus de-
posit. Call 352-468-3221.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME ON ONE ACRE.
.New carpet, CH/A, ser,
vice animals only. $475/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
51
Lost/Found
REWARD YELLOW LAB
WITH ORANGE COL-
LAR missing from Lake


Butler Hospital area since
January 15. Unneutered
male, answers to Tater.
Please call 386-496-3103
or 386-496-2406.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
FOUR MONTH OLD REG-
ISTERED COLLIE PUP,
all shots, free to good
home. Call 386-496-
1062.
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
PUPPIES AVAILABLE
2/11/08. 7 males, 3 fe-
males, $325. Call 352-
258.3040

53A
Yard Sales
5 FAMILY YARD SALE -
BABY CLOTHES AND
TOYS, men and women's
clothes, furniture, house-
hold items. Saturday,
8am-? 1003 W Madison
St., Starke.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
AT 9:30 AM. 18607 NW
84th Ave, off 100 to
Bayless Hwy, follow
signs. Walt Disney mov-
ies and much more, some
of everything.


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
5315 AND 5319 CR352 -
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, 8AM-? Refrigerator,
dishwasher, washing ma-
chine, gas grill, sofa, love
seat, jet ski, pontoon
boat, furniture, vacuum,
clothes, jewelry, misc.
6304 COLUMBIA AVE.,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, 8am-4pm.
Power chair and lift,
$1,000 OBO. Men's
clothes, odds and ends.
Call 352-215-1029 or
352-214-0892.
55
Wanted
WANTED BANTAM
CRANE. PLEASE CON-
TACT Yelton Construction
at 904-819-9141.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490. . ... .
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
GorgioUs cherry queen/
king: bed,: dresser, mirror,:
2 nightstands. chest
available, dovetail con:'
struction.. New sliH.in.,
boxe~. Retail $61Q0. sac-
rifice foi $1100.' 352-377-
9846, ...


DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed
Can deliver. Retail $5800,
sacrifice $1100. 352-377-
9846.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-8588.
BRAND NEW COLONIAL
WINDOW double insu-
lated, 29"x59", $80. Call
Bobby at 904-796-0862.
SPECIAL STEEL BUILD-
INGS Show Building dis-
counts. 36x36 100x100.
Up to 50% off, can erect.
www.scg-grp.com.
Source: Osh. Call Lewis
at 352-538-0183.
KENMORE WASHER and
divei(i nIew type $75 aind
iiip Pacri elecitC stove.
witlen 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.
WASHERS AND DRYERS
EXTRA LARGE CA-
PACITY, ALL CYCLES.
$150/set, can separate.
120 day warranty, free


delivery and set-up. Re-
frigeratois and stoves
available, too. Call 904-
769-2453.
TWO 300 SIX CYLINDER
MOTORS One '91 with
fuel injection and auto
trans. One '81 with car-
buretor and standard
trans. $600 each OBO.
Call 904-964-6660.
1876 KURTZMANN BABY
GRAND PIANO. $2,000
OBO. Call 904-964-
4563, serious inquiries
only.
TWO WEDDING
DRESSES SIZES 5/6
AND 16. Long trains,
$100 cash. Futon, $75
cash. Call 904-364-7152.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN. AUTO IN
STARKE. call 904-964-
6841.


* Limerock
* Slag Rock
* Crushcrete
* Millings


LOOKING TO BUY BAN-
TAM CRANE. Please
contact Yelton Construc-
tion at 904-819-9141.
FREE PRESCRIPTION
DRUGS FROM U.S.
Pharmacutical Compa-
nies. Call or have your
doctor call, 800-675-
2310.
59
Personal
Services
FRIENDLY, RELIABLE
HOUSEKEEPING at rea-
sonable rates. I do odd
jobs, too.. Call anytime,
352-213-1795.
I'M NOW ACCEPTING.
CUSTOMERS for the
best house cleaner. Call
352-235-6123. ask for
Miss Anna, serious calls


* Concrete Sand
* Crusher Run
* Masonry Sand
* Gravels


Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-9126


only.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
S& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
,.sid ,ir l Licenised and
insiiid Call 386-719-
2200. ift 1ioanswer please


leave message..
JERRYS HAULING -WE
BUY JUNK CARS, running
or not! Will pick up any-
where. $100andup. Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
61
Scriptures
EPHESIANS 5:1-2 BEYE
THEREFORE FOLLOW-
ERS of God as dear chil-
dren. And walk in love,
as Christ also hath loved
us, and hath given-him-
self for us an offering and
a sacrifice to God for a
sweet-smelling savour.
Signed Donna Miller.
64
Business
Opportunity
55 OR OLDER? LIVE ON


VACANT LAND

FOR SALE


2 PROPERTIES OFF OLD

LAWTEY ROAD. (1) 9.03

ACRES, (1) 19.03 ACRES.

CONTACT 954-683-6458


FOR SAL


OPEN 24/7
Owner: Buddy Browder


19563 NW SR 16
Starke, FL


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


BATHROOM.

^ REMODELING + MORE s
FXHANDYMAN SERVICES
-. Complete bathroom remodeling. Including wan
- and floor tile work Tub and shower conversions.
. remodeling. From kitchen, bath to exterior repairs,
wall-floor-tle work. built-in shower seating.
References AvailaMble.
- Lic.#202105 .
S Call Steve, (9041465-0078
or (3521468-2515
or, ,. *




3/2 DWMH on acreage, Clay County,

$875/month & security (R-37)

BRAND NEW HOME 3/2 with approx.
1,354 sq ft. with garage in Clay County
$1,100/month & security (R-22)

4/2 home with approx. 1,932 sq.ft. located
in Seminole Ridge $950/month & security
(R-33)

2/1 home on Lake Geneva. Avail. March
1st. $650/month & security. (R-16)

3/2 MH in Hampton $700/month & security
(R-36)

3/2 DWMH in Hampton $700/month &
security (R-35)

1/1 Apt. New tile, freshly painted,
located in Geneva Lakes. $525/month &
security. (R-30)


Deer Haven Subdivision 16525 SE 71st Trail, Lake Butler,FL

1998 Fleetwood MH, excellent condition, 60x24, 4BR/2BA, screened
porch on front, deck on back, fireplace, all appliances, CH/A, hardwood
floors, on 2 tree shaded and fenced acres with a pond. 3 stall carport
with workshop, 2 horse stalls with tack room. Call Ray at 352-339-4132
or 386-496-2829. $0 9,0

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Ken Ryan
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904-364-8213
904-769-9699
904-364-8340


"where ou come First" Ronnie Norman 904-364-6985

,(904) 964-7330 107 E. Call Street
www.HomeTownFirstRealty:cobm ~-- '" Starke, FiL.""


3/1 concrete block home,
remodeled inside & out. Almost -
new A/C, roof, carpet, paint & lots
more. Move in ready.....$120,000

Built in 2004. 3BR/2BA horhe on
dead end street. 1920 sq. ft.
under roof. 2 oversized garages,
FP&L electric, energy efficient -
double hung windows...$209,900

4BR/2 1/2BA brick home, large
lot lots of extras. This a MUST
SEE' :. $269,000

Large let- Lakeview;.....$25,000.

7.25 w/a 2/2 MH, metal roof, very
well maintained............$100,000

3/2 1219 sq. ft. home on 100 x
200 lot. Priced to sell....$104,900

Well kept & very clean 3/2 DWMH
on 1 partially fenced acre, garden
tub, walk-in closets, washer, dryer,
dishwasher, refrigerator.
Wheelchair accessible.. $119,900

2003 4/2 MH (possible 5th BR) w/
2280 sq. ft. on 1.25 acres.
Outside city limits, stove &
storage bldg.................. $92,000

2003 3/2 MH w/2128 sq. ft. on 2.4
acres w/pond, outside city limits
............................. .......... 11 5 ,000


KEYSTONE 3/1 brick home
with guest cottage. Lots of room
$229,000

3/2 DW on 6.6 acres, high & dry,
fenced for horses..........$198,000

LAKE BUTLER, 5 ac......$60,000

4/2 home with large lot, screened
porch, carport............. $132,500

55 acres in Brodker, 2400 sq. ft.
brick home, barn, fenced.
$650,000

,3/2 home with eat-in kitchen, shed
$104,000

NEW HOME 3/2 energy
efficient, crown molding, oak
cabinets........................$149,900

1 acre lot, just off CR-225 & CR-
229. Reduced for quick sale
$19,900

3/2 Historic home in Starke,
screened porch, 2 FP's, hardwood
floors.......................... $147,000

3/2 Home outside city limits. Walk
to Golf Course.
Reduced $299,000


Beautiful 3+ acre parcel in Big Tree Lakes, homes only. Property has lots of
nice oak trees and a natural slope. This parcel may be divided to support 2
homes.


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BRADFORD PROFESSIONAL OFFICE CENTER
(Near City Hall)
OFFICE SUITES AVAILABLE For Immediate Occupancy
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SMALL FIXED INCOME?
Unemployed? If you said
yes to all 3. we may have
the paid training or job
opportunity just for you.
Call Shirley Moxley of
Experience Works today
at' 352-244-510 8
Funded by the State of
Florida Dept of Elder Af-
fairs.
LIQUOR LICENSE -
Bradford County. No
transfer fee.
RealtyMasters. Realtors.
800-523-7651.
LOOKING FOR PEOPLE
WHO WOULD LIKE
THEIR own home-based
business. Call 1-888-
246-2973.
ANYONE INTERESTED IN
LEASE/OPTION AND
MORTGAGES. Paying
12%, Putnam County, call
386-328-7778.

65
IHelp Wanted
IN HOME HEALTH CARE
IAND COMPANION SER-
VICES NEEDED for an
elderly gentleman. CNA
certification. preferred or
equivalent experience
With references. Criminal
history checks and back-
ground checks are re-
quired. Looking for week-
end care 8am-6pm, Sat-
urday and Sunday. Fax
your resume, references,
certificates and copy of
drivers license to 800-
504-4137. Voice phone
is 941-531-4259, leave
message. E-mail ad-
dress is deborahc
44@yahoo.com.
SAND HILL FOREST IN
MELROSE MAINTE-
NANCE MAN wanted.
Retired couple preferred.
Call Nita at 352-475-
5109.
NATIONAL EMPLOYER IS
OFFERING PAID training
and benefits to qualified
individuals for positions in
mechanics, welding, elec-
trical, power production
and electronics. Place-


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inent i ullalm 't'tled Paid
lelocrloiin Must hb-H,S.
giad, ages 17-34 Call
800 342-8123 Mon-Fri.
8:30am-5:00pm.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group homesin Starke.
Requires HSD or GED,
valid FL drivers license
with good record. $8.25
hour plus benefits EOE
M/F/DN V904-694-1468 or
904-964-8082.
LAKE SWAN OUTDOOR
SCHOOL is seeking a
part-time teacher, with the
possibility of developing
into a full-time position in
2009. A science and
teaching background is
preferred. Salary DOE.
Send letter of interest and
resume to: Stacie Farris,
647 SR26, Melrose. FL,
32666. Or e-mail to:
lakeswanoutdoor@aol.
corn. Questions? Call
352-475-2828, ask for
Stacie.z
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-
petitive rates and 401K,


FOR SALE
2 Parcels,.
13+ Acresin all
500 ft frontage on 301
South-Only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
SOffice
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storagand Barn
*ldealL0ocation*
Call (904) 964-3827


ROOMS

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


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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
tile fionl office
iRS JOBS $18 46-$32.60/
HR- NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided. For
appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-82,44,
24hrs, emp. serv.
MULTI POSITIONS AVAIL-
ABLE. FT Live-In Man-
ager plus a FT Residen-
tial shift staff position at a
home for adults with de-
velopmental disabilities
located in Macclenny.
Spouses welcome (Live-
In). Competitive pay,
benefits and room and
board included. High
school diploma require'i
and 2 years experience ir.
education, medical, psy-
chological, child care or


developmental disabili-
ties. Valid Floiida Drivers
License with good driving
record required. Must
pass all required back-
ground screenings. ADA,
EOE. Drug Free Work-
place. For more info, con-
tact Tricia- Williams at
386-362-7143 ext. 2.
Send resume to CCS,
511 Goldkist Blvd. SW,
Live Oak, FL 32064 or fax
to 386-362-7058.
PROPERTY MANAGER ,-
Established, progressive
management company
seeks confident, experi-
enced manager. Candi-
date to oversee a small
apartment community in
Baldwin. RD experience
a plus, basic computer
. knowledge and strong
communication skills nec-
essary. Please forward
resume to: C. Saunders,
csaunders@hallmarkco.com
or fax to 352-224-2058.
HOME. SUPPORT STAFF
TO WORK WITH devel-
opmentally disabled indi-


ARC of BRADFORD
In Home Support
High school diploma or equivalent, 1 yr
exp in field of medical, childcare or
disabled/elderly. Competitive pay with
benefit package.
6:30 am to 8:00 am 5 to 7 days a week
4:00 pm to 8:30,pm 5 days a week
Bkgrd check / drug test required
Apply at ARC of Bradford
1351 S. Water St., Starke, FL
(904) 964-7699



T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 12
& Voice TTYAoss -800s-45183M. Ext. 3a8 2


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UNION TREE SERVICE

"We Specialize in Dangerous Trees" ie DS

NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL ZGrindifi

Licensed & Insured Residential & Commercial

For the est Prices & Job for ALL your tree care needs contact

Owner: Albert at 386-867-0214 or 386-496-2006


viduals in group homes in
Starke. Requires HSDori
GED, valid FL drivers li-
cense with good driving
record. $8.25/hr. plus
benefits, EOE, M/F/D/V,
904-964-1468 or 904-
964-8082.
BRADFORD TERRACE, a
Skilled Nursing Facility is
now accepting applica-
tions for FT CNAs, 3/11
and 11/7 shifts. Apply in
person at Bradford Ter-
race, 808 S. Colley Rd.,
Starke, FL 32091.
(904)964-6220. DFWP/
EOE.
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
FOR UNION COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD.
Steady work, 40hr CDL
training available. Call
Mike or Trish at 386-496-
2182. -
CAREGIVER CNA and/or
2 years experience work-
ing with elderly or dis-
abled clients, 2 or 3 days
per week. Suniise









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Homecare Services,
Hampton. Phone 352-
468-2619.
ARMED SECURITY OF-
FICERS :- D.G
Gainesville,.FL Full-time.
,$10.50/hi. Mon.-Fti.2pm
til 10pm -gieat benefits.
Call 904 399-1813. EOE,
M/F/D/N.
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDEDAT
O'HAIR. Call Whitney at
352-339-0644.
FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARTS TRIM-
MER NEEDED. 40 hr/wk,
FT. Apply in person at US
Body, 1.5 miles S of
Hampton on 325.
PRODUCTION ASSIS-
TANT/PRODUCTION
PERSONNEL with good
attendance andpuict ualf-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 3,11 N Temple
Ave.. Starke. No phone


calls.
PART TIME OFFICE AS-
SISTANT NEEDED at
Hills Accounting & Insur-
ance Services. Call for
interview, 904-263-4225.
SALES CONSULTANT -
Farmers Furniture has an.
immediate opening for
sales consultant. Position
offers competitive com-
pensation and benefits
package. Apply in person
at 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
STAFF NEEDED TO
WORK WITH PERSONS
with Developmentai-Dis-.
abilities evenings/week.
ends in Starke area. Must
have HS diplomalGED..
-- ability to pass local, state,
federal background
screening. 1 year expe-
rience in related field. DL,
vehicle insurance. Pay


& WOrks
AlacJua/eBradfod A Comm.uailfr *Artnteslilp
Bradford ARC will be conducting
onsite interviews for Resident
Assistants/Home Health Aides at the
Stake FloridaWorks office on
Monday, Feb ,'.1, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. Please come interview ready!
Bradford Square Center, 819 S.
.Walnut St., Starke. 904-964-8092.
www.floridaworksonline.com


Connect with a: Driving:
Career....

Regional Drivers Needed
Home Weekly....
Excellent Benefits
$1 ,OOO Sign-On.:;Bonus
for Qualified 0riie'rs:.
6 months exp. required





CONNECTED'
1-877-967-5222
www.driveCCC.com EOE


starts at $7.50/hr. Call
904-966-2100.
NOEGEL'S AUTO SALES,
INC. Full-time Office As-
sistant needed. Applicant
must apply in person.
Must be customer ori-
ented, ,Computer and
- auto experience a plus.
Drug free work place.
benefits. Will need to be
able to work Saturdays,
9am-6pm. Call 904-964-
6461.
SALON SEEKING NAIL
TECH ANDFT/PT STYL-
IST Call 386-961-8040:
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
HIRING for Central Sup-
ply Clerk. Please apply
in person, would prefer to
have experience in this
field. Call 904-964-6220.
APEOEDFF- AINTE ..
APARTMENT MAINTE-


NANCE Lake Butler and
Hawthorne. Apply in per-
son Mon., Wed.. Fri..
Forest Park Apartments,
775 NE 1sl St., Lake But-
ler, 386-496-3439.
BRADLEY SHEET METAL
-EXPERIENCED WELD-
ERS ONLY, Be able to
tig, stainless and alumi-
num. Also hiring sheet
metal, duct fabricators,
experienced only. Call
352-473-7018, Mon.-Fri,,
8am-4:30pm for inter-
vOw.
PART-TIME LOCAL CAR
WASH has an ope lung fol
a part time maintenance
worker. Must live in
Starke and be available to
work flexible hours and
weekends. Call 386-344-
7000.


ARC of BRADFORD

Group Home Position
High school diploma or equivalent. 1 yr
of exp in field of medical, childcare or
disabled/elderly.
Competitive pay with benefit package
7am to 11pm Saturday & Sunday
7am to. 7pm Saturday & Sunday
3pm to 9pm Monday Friday
Bkgrd check/drug test required
Apply at ARC of Bradford
1351 S. Water St., Starke, FL
904-964-7699


CPR TRAINING
You are working in your office, and it seems like a normal day,
when you see your co-worker clutch their chest and fall to the
floor. Somebody will certainly be calling 911 for help, but
waiting for medical help to arrive can take time. This waiting
period is a crucial time for that person on the floor.
CPR is needed.here in this case CPR training can be very
valuable and can save a life. Accidents are never planned. Heart
attacks are never planned. Preparing for any-emergency situation
can mean the difference between life and death. Are you
prepared?
Then look no further than Bradford-UinionArea Career
Technical Center where training in this area can meet your
individual or group needs. CPR training will be available on
Saturday, February 23, 2008, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. There's a
cost of $50.00 for this training.
For high school students who are.considering taking or currently
enrolled in the Florida Virtual School Life Management Class,
this course will fulfill the unit (CPR Unit listed on FLVS
-website),-needed-to earn-the half-credirthat is required for high
school graduation.
For all interested participants please contact Linda Watson at
904-966-6778 or Glenda Ruise at 904-966-6770.



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Cars for Sale
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Equipment For Sale
SAWMILLS from
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Information: (800)578-
1363-Ext: 300-N.
Help Wanted
Drivers: LOVE
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new equipment.
(866)GO-BYNUM.
Need 2 years
experience.
Drivers-Flatbed
Recent Average
$903/wk Late Model
lEquipment, Strong
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6 3 I 8
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years (ci 8% apr. Buy,
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Ext 5798.
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Will Fiiiance. Monthly
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Call (888)579 0275.
B A N K


FORECLOSURES!
Homes from $10,000!
1-3 beir oom
available! Repos,
REOs, HUD, FHA.
etc. These homes must
sell. For listings call
(800)706-1746 Ext
4731. .
Land For Sale
VIR GINIA
MOUNTAINS 5
Acres riverfront on
Big Reed Island Creek
near New River State
.Park. fishing, view..
private. good access
$89,500 (866)789-
8535.
CO A STAL
GEORGIA
PROPERTY 1.3 Acre
Tidal Creek Front Lot
Only $89,500!
Spectacular Oak
Trees, No Pines!
Minutes to St. Simons
Island. Won't Last!
Call Now (904)208-
4100.
Lots & Acreage
LOG CABIN only
$69,900. Lake
Access \. th FRIR'E
Hoat Slips. Own the
dream! New 2,128 sft
lob cabin package at


spectacular 160,000
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Paved road, u/g utilities,
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children, etc. Only one
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EXIT REALTY EXCEL
(904) 964-EXIT
107C Egwards Rd., Starke, FL
6666


Bill Adams Chevrolet has immediate
openings for the following po sjjios ...,


Sales Representative

F&I Manager


e Salary ..-
Commission

Hospitalization
Life Insurance
Retirement Program
Paid Vacation
5 Day work week


Call Mike Williams for your personal

interview today!

(904) 964-7500


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Gift Certificates Available!
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Brinm Your Sweet(heart 1O
Charlotte 1 Bistro

For a Romantic Valentine's Day
Evening Menu
Prime Rib w/Stuffed Shrimp ................. $25.95 per person
Cornish Game Hen w/Stuffed Shrimp... $18.95 per person
Mahi-Mahi w/StuffedShrimp ................ $25.95 per person
Does not include tax or gratuity.


SThe Above includes:
SFresh Garden Salad
French Onion Soup
' ,v /Vegetable-Baked Potato
,. LDessert and Beverage


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***Shrimp may bed
substituted with
stuffed mushrooms


Reservations Required... Call Today
200 E, Call St. Starke v 904-964-7006


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VALENTINE'S
Thursday ~ Feb 14
Friday ~ Feb 15
j ssionate ,y ispied sow Counfy Cutsine Saturday ~ Feb 1 6
"15 Course Lover's Dinner"
APPETIZER SOUP SALAD
Fried Green Tomatoes She Crab Soup House Salad w/
your choice of dressing
ENTREE Choice of:
Chicken Geneva *Prime Rib w/Aujus
Shrimp Fettuchine Alfredo

Regular Menu DESSERT r
Also Being Served Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
127 East Call Street in Starke 904-964-3003


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