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Publication Date: November 27, 2008
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Youth

minister

arrested for

lewdness
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Earlier this
month, a local
youth minister
was arrested
for lewd and
lascivious
conduct
committed on a
child less than 16
years of age.
According to
the Starke Police
Department,
50-year-old Jeffrey Lamar
Jeffrey Lamar Carter
Carter of Lake
Butler was the subject of a complaint by
a 15-year-old female victim.
An investigation reportedly
determined that in January of this
year, Carter established a counseling
relationship with the victim, a juvenile.
Carter communicated with the victim
both in person and via the Internet on
the social Web site known as Facebook.
Communication between the two
continued through June.
The suspect alleges that Carter-who
was listed on Madison Street Baptist
Church's Web site as a recreation
minister-allowed her to look at
pornographic pictures stored on his
mobile phone. He also allegedly asked
the victim to take naked photographs of
her body.
According to Starke Police
Department's investigation, Carter
is alleged to have told the victim he
wanted to have sexual intercourse with
her and described sexual dreams he had
involving her.
Investigator Kevin Mueller carried
out the investigation. A warrant was
sought and Carter was arrested Nov. 8;
He was released after posting a $20,000
bond.


Brooker man

involved in

fatal crash-

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A young Brooker man suffered
serious injuries in an accident that took
the life of another driver.
Twenty-five year old Brad Lang of
Brooker was driving east on S.R. 100
in Putnam County when his 1994 Ford
pickup reportedly drifted over the
centerline into the path of an oncoming
vehicle. Lang's truck struck the 2008
Chevy pickup driven by 20-year-old
Joey Christopher of Norton, Va.
Lang's truck spun counterclockwise
and overturned, coming to a rest on
the south shoulder of the highway.
Christopher's truck also spun
counterclockwise and came to a rest on
the north shoulder.
The young Virginian was pronounced
dead at the scene.
Two other occupants of Christopher's
vehicle, 57-year-old Homer Williams
and 51-year-old Anita Williams, were
listed by the Florida Highway patrol

See CRASH page 7A


Darren, April and Jerimlah Baker stand on the porch of their new Lake Region home.

Habitat looks for Lake Region families, volunteers


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

Clay County's Habitat for Humanity
Director Gamble Wright said last Friday
her organization would like to make
a commitment to the Lake Region.
Habitat carefully picks families needing
a boost, and, with the cooperation of
contributors and volunteers, constructs
houses for them.
The homes are not entirely free, the
family or individual must meet certain
requirements and able-bodied family
members must contribute sweat equity
in the construction of their new home
or someone else's.
Last Friday, Wright, former
organization President Jerry Kemp and


other Clay Habitat staff turned over
the keys to a newly remodeled home
on Sequoia Road west of the Big Tree
Lakes Estates off C.R. 214.
The proud new homeowners are
Darren and April Baker, formerly
of Middleburg. The couple has one
toddler, Jerimiah, with another child on
the way. Darren is in an apprenticeship
electrician program. April is a stay-at-
home mom.
Darren said he. encountered the
program when he mentioned to
someone at his church that he needed
a home of his own for his new family.
The church member directed him to the
Clay County Habitat for Humanity.
The house the Bakers are moving
into was actually built by Habitat some


time ago. Its original owners moved
elsewhere and turned the house back
over to'the organization. Over time; it
had fallen into some disrepair and the
yard needed serious attention.
Last week, the Bakers were doing last
minute chores to get the place ready for
Friday's dedication ceremony. A next-
door-neighbor-to-be, Devon Douylliez,
spied the Bakers pushing a hand-.
operated push mower though tall grass
and rode his riding lawn mower over to
lend a hand. On Friday, the house was
almost completely devoid of furniture,
but it sparkled inside and out. And the
yard looked nice, too.

See HABITAT page 4A


Clyatt retires from Union County seat


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

Nov. 17, marked the last meeting
of the Union County Commission
for' District 3 Commissioner Melaine
Clyatt. Clyatt retired from the seat after
serving 12 years on the board.
As commissioner, Clyatt saw
accomplishments such as the
installation of the county's 911
emergency telephone system, paving of
many county graded roads, courthouse
renovations, the establishment of a
county fire department, remodeling of
the King Memorial Building housing
the county offices and that of the
state attorney and a number of county
property purchases such as that for the
Union County Public Library and the
courthouse records storage facility.
The next day, Nov. 18, new District
3 Commissioner Jimmy Tallman was
sworn in to office prior to the board's
reorganization meeting. Tallman won
the seat after receiving 975 votes to
candidate Doyle E. Williams' 534
votes in the Nov. 4 election. Also
taking an oath of office were District
1 Commissioner Karen Cossey and
District 5 Commissioner Ricky Jenkins.
Jenkins was unopposed in his recent run
for reelection and incumbent Cossey
beat opponent Stephanie Hendricks
Christmas to retain her seat.
Cossey was unanimously elected as


Former District 3 County Commissioner Melaine "Red" Clyatt (left)
receives a plaque from Commissioner Karen Cossey in appreciation
for his 12 years of service on the board.


the board's new chairman, a position
previously held by Commissioner
Wayne Smith for 12 years. Morris
Dobbs was unanimously elected to
serve as vice-chairman of the board.
Cossey will serve as liaison to
emergency medical services, the
New River Library Cooperative, the
New River Solid Waste Association,


county finance board and be in charge
of maintenance for the county-run
cemeteries.
Dobbs will also serve as liaison to
the landfill and library boards, SHIP's
new construction board and the
transportation disadvantaged board.
See RETIRE page 2A


Chamber


fires its


president

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The governing board of the North
Florida Regional Chamber Of
Commerce has fired Ron Lilly, the
organization's president and CEO for
the past four years.
The board is being careful to only
discuss allegations its members feel can
be backed up, but questions arose at the
October board meeting about the results
of the chamber board election. After that
meeting, Lilly went on voluntary leave
while his wife, Kim Skidmore, quit her
position as the chamber employee in
charge of managing Main Street Starke.
Inc.
During a special meeting called
Nov. 14, Lilly was officially placed
on administrative leave without
pay. A task force was appointed to
investigate matters surrounding Lilly's
employment. Their first report was
delivered at another board meeting last
week, and their recommendation was to
terminate Lilly's employment.
Chamber Board Chairman Dean
Weaver said if other members
had questions, he could point to
"questionable" transactions attributed
to Lilly during his tenure as president.
Weaver said he could verify three
occasions when Lilly paid himself twice
in the same pay period. He also said he
had documentation of a check written
to cash for $8,500 in chamber funds
that were deposited into the automated
teller machine formerly housed in the
chamber office. The ATM, however,
is personally owned by Skidmore, he
said.
While he stopped short of calling
the deposit of chamber funds into the
-ATM illegal, .Weaver said it was not
appropriate. He said that to date there
is no indication that money had come
back to the chamber, nor have any of
the fees collected for public use of the
machine. The fees went into a non-
chamber account, Weaver said.
Concerns were also expressed about
the financial relationship between the
chamber and Main Street and the lack
of associated records.
Virgil Berry said that no one on the
board was excited about firing Lilly, but
it was a necessary action. He compared
the investigation to following up on
suspicions in a relationship.
"The more you dig, the more you
find," Berry said, adding that the move
was personally a difficult one. "It's very
difficult for rme and a lot of us sitting
around here because we have supported
Ron totally through a lot of things. It's a
pretty sad situation, but at this point we
don't really have any choice."
Lilly was not present at last week's
board meeting. After some question
as to whether or not he had been given
sufficient opportunity to address the
board's concerns,there was a unanimous
vote in favor of letting him go. Weaver
and others said Lilly was given an
opportunity to explain by several board
members but has not done so. Weaver
said there was also a process for Lilly
to respond to the board's action against
his employment.
The move to fire Lilly was made
even though his annual employment
would have officially ended next month
anyway without a further extension
from the board.

See CHAMBER page 7A


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Southside Elementary set for multiphase makeover


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

'The school board will soon
consider approving a master plan
for construction at Southside
Elementary that would replace
aging classrooms among other
important changes to the
campus.
It is a multiphase, multiyear
project developed by architect
Paul Stressing and a committee
that includes teachers and the
principal of the school. The result
of the collaboration, Stressing
said, is an ideal model for what
the Southside campus could look
like within 10 years.
According to.a review of
facilities conducted districtwide,
the oldest classroom buildings
on the Southside campus suffer
from aging infrastructure and
utility lines. The kitchen in the
cafeteria also has structural
problems, which means it will
eventually need to be replaced.
Also up for replacement is the
main administration building.
The school doesn't have a real
sense of entrance and there's the
potential changing that while
addressing the current traffic and
parking issues, Stressing said.
It also helps resolve the safety
issue posed by the current bus
entrance, which is located off a
curve in the highway.
The future traffic plan
contemplates having the city of
Starke close Stansbury Street
so a new loop could be created
for bus traffic. (The existing
loop would become part of the
physical education field as an
athletic track.) Bus traffic would
enter Stansbury via S.R. 100
make a loop and line up in front
of the school, then exit back out
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be constructed across from the The mistake of demolishing
new administration building buildings before there is new
on the Colley Road side of the space to accommodate students
school.This would shift the front won't be made again as it was
in Lawtey. The first suite of
of the school from Stansubry to 12 cla ssrooms in Phase I, for
Colley. 12 classrooms in Phase I, for
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The master plan is based on work involved and the amount
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of around 550 students as no
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anticipatedjump in enrollment in of construction dollars from the
anticipated. If growth becomes state
and issue, the plan may need to It has been estimated the
be amended.
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The construction period from much as $6 million. There is
much as $6 million. There is
site prep to finishing work for the less than a $1 million currently
remanufacturedconcrete buildings available.
is three months versus nine
The school board was given
months for actual construction, co ies of the master lan to
Stressing said. Royal Concrete p of the master p to
Stressing said. Royal Concrete review. It could be approved as
Concepts, which provided the revy as next month.
prior two "concretable" buildings as next month


Phasing Legend
I Phasel
New 12-classroom suite
II PhaseII
New Administration building
New paved parking off Colley Rd.
Demo two older classroom buildings
III Phase III
Demo existing admin and music buildings
Reloate bus station to Stansbury St.
Convert existing bus loop t0oE trapk
Develop mater retention basin/add more parking
IV Phase IV
New cafeteria
Sidewalk improvements
V Phase V
Renovate old cafeteria into PE, music and art suite
Develop new playground in open courtyard
VI Phase VI
Construct new classroom suite
Demo additional older classroom buildings


Once the master plan is
improved, the committee will
get started on design specifics
for Phase I. For a full breakdown


Building Legend
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2 Proposed 12-classroom building
3 Existing kindergarten building
4 Proposed administration building
5 Existing media building
6 Proposed cafeteria
7 Proposed PE/music/art conversion
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RE TI RE Commissioner Karen Cossey, Commissioner Ricky Jenkins and newly elected
R IR E Commissioner Jimmy Tallman recite the oath of office before Judge Reiman.
Continued from Page 1A


Smith will srve asliiaisonito
the building department, special
assessments, SHIP rehabilitation
and the solid waste department.


Tallman will serve as liaison
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November 27, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR Page 3A




Cossey first woman to chair Union County board


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

This is the third term forDistrict
3 Union County Commissioner
Karen Cossey.
As a county commissioner,
Cossey, 56, spearheaded a
cemetery maintenance project
utilizing inmate labor at a
minimum cost to taxpayers,
acquired grant and funding for
the construction of the Union
County Senior Center, (a project
Cossey said should be completed
by June of next year),and assisted
in designating Union County as
a fiscally constrained county,
resulting in an annual $1 million
allocation for the county.
Most notable of Cossey's
accomplishments is that she is
not only the first female to serve
as a commissioner since the
county was established in 1921,
she is also the commission's very


first female to chair the board.
"Chairman" is the title she will
retain; no sense making a fuss
over being called "chairperson"
she said.
Cossey has also served on
the Union County Farm Bureau
since 1989 and was also the first
female president of that board
since its establishment.
Cossey is well-known in
the county and was a visible
board member as the owner and
operator of the former Karen's
Kwik Stop from 1971-2006,
(now known as Stop and Go)I
when she gave it up to off&r
her more time for county board
involvement. Cossey now spends
her days-and night-dedicated
to the commission board and the
other various county boards on
which she holds a seat. She makes
herself available daily to the
public at the county commission
office, located at 15 N.E. First St.


in Lake Butler.
She is married to Paul Cossey,
who is employed at Gilman
Building Products,and'they have
betweenthemfivechildren: Kevin
Blanton, Ivey Blanton, Karol
Halle, Tim Cossey and Marnna
Gillis and 17 grandchildren.
Commissioner Morris Doblis,
appointed to the position of vice
chairman, is also well known
in the community. He, too,
ran a fuel station for 31 years
in Union County. He spent 24
years serving as a school board
member, 10 of which he served
as board chairman.
After retiring from the fuel
business in 2000, he ran for
District 2 county commissioner.
He is now in the midst of serving
his third term. He is married to
Ramona Dobbs and has two
daughters, Monette and Carmen,
and two grandchildren.


Karen Cossey now serves as chairman of the Union County Commission and Morris
Dobbs is vice chairman.


Sellars, Chandler, Lewis take oath in Bradford County


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Lila Sellars recited the oath
of office next to two Bradford
County Commission veterans,
Ross Chandler and Eddie
"Landslide" Lewis, who actually
won reelection earlier this month
by the skin of his teeth.
Sellars is replacing two-term
Commissioner John Cooper from
District 3, who let the position go
to focus on other areas.
Cooper appeared before
the commission last week to
express his appreciation and
say his goodbye's. He said it
was an honor to have served
for eight years. He thanked his
fellow commissioners and the
constitutional officers, including
Clerk Ray Norman and Sheriff
Bob Milner. for their work on
behalf of the county. He also
thanked two past commissioners,
Joe Riddick and HermanJohnson,
who taught him a lot.
Cooper congratulated Sellars
on winning the election. With
more than 20 million people
in the state and fewer than 400
county commissioners, he said it
was a special group to be a part of
with the ability to do great good.
Listen to the board, he advised,
because its members have been
around the block a time or two.
Times are tough around the
state economically, and Cooper
predicted the state would
continue to shift the cost of
services to local governments.
He encouraged the board to be
vigilant and resist that pressure.
He also advised the board to
stick to the budget and not make
unplanned expenditures.
"Use that budget as your
control mechanism," Cooper
said.
Finally he thanked the citizens
of District 3 for allowing him to
serve.
"I can honestly say I enjoyed
every second of it," he said.
Sellars said she knew it would
be a hard chair to fill after
Cooper, but she appreciates the
opportunity voters had given her
to serve.
Commissioner Doyle Thomas
received the unanimous support
of. the board when he was
appointed to serve as chairman
for the coming year. He is in his
third term as a commissioner,
and this is the second time he
had been appointed to chair the
board.
As the reorganization
continued, Commissioner John
Wayrie Hersey was unanimously
appointed to act as vice
chairman,
County Judge Johnny Hobbs
performed the ceremony to swear
in the county commissioners.

New language
inserted into KH
interlocal
Attorney Terry Brown
recommended interlocoal
agreement language that would
assure the city of Keystone
Heights that property it owns at
the airpark would not be rezoned
without a request from the city
to do so. This is in keeping
with the usual rezoning process,
which is typically initiated by the
landowner.
The Bradford commission
previously objected to language
in the proposed agreement that
would have given the Keystone
Heights City Council a vote-


440 serVices.
In other business:
The annual software
maintenance contract for
communicationswasapprovedfor
$31,000,to be paidforwith money
from the Intergovernmental
Communication Fund. ,'
The board followed up on
the purchase of a used back hoe


AT TOP: Bradford Commissioners Ross Chandler, Lila Sellars and Eddie Lewis are
sworn into office. BOTTOM LEFT: Benny Jackson (left), the new mosquito control
director, is presented a box of tangerines by extension agent Jim DeValerlo. BOTTOM
RIGHT: Three-term Commissioner Doyle Thomas was appointed to serve as county
chairman.


even a veto-in rezoning matters
at the airpark. The new language
will be inserted i nto the agreement
and brought back to the county
commission for approval. Then
is will be sent back to the city for
consideration.

'08 budget cleaned
up
The board approved 17 pages
of budget amendments, cleaning
up last year's budget by shifting
money from one line item to
another (within a department or
from one department to another
within the same county fund)
to reflect where the money was
actually spent. Unexpected
sources of revenue included
$12,500 from a Homeland
Security Grant; $47,000 in
additional bed taxes for tourist
development; $200,000 in fines
and forfeitures; $60,000 from
the city of Starke toward the
consolidationofcommunications;
$42,774 in emergency service
grants; $133,325 in additional
ambulance service fees; and
$11,893 in remaining hurricane
housing assistance funds that
were carried forward.


Jackson receives
director title
Benny Jackson, a 10-year
veteran of the road department,
has received the certification
necessary to act at the county's
mosquito control director.
County Manager Brad Carter
said Jackson has been running
the mosquito control program for
years but on his own initiative
pursued director certification
from the Florida Division of
Agriculture.
"This accomplishment is
critical because having a certified
director that is an employee of
the county is required by the
Florida Division of Agriculture
in order for counties to receive
funding that supports mosquito
control," said Carter, adding that
the county appreciates Jackson
effort.
County extension agent Jim
DeValerio also recognized
Jackson with a Buzz Buster
T-shirt, books on mosquito
species and a box of tangerines
picked in Bradford County.

Vets contributing
money to economy
Veterans Service Officer Linda


Carpenter reported Bradford
County veterans received more
than $676,000 in compensation
and pension during the past year.
This influx of revenue into the
local economy does not include
Camp Blanding retired personnel
or veterans from surrounding
areas who come to do business
in Starke.
Since she -was hired in
April, Carpentdr said she has
made contact with more than
379 veterans or their family
members, rendering more than


and a used grader for the road
department in exchange for three
aging pieces of equipment and
$75,000. That money will be
taken from the road department
budget for equipment leasing as
well as reserve funds.
S* A 75-25 grant was used to
purchase four ventilators for
emergency medical services.


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Public Notice is hereby given the City Council of the City
of Keystone Heights will hold a public hearing on an
ordinance annexing the hereinafter described property
into the incorporated Limit of the City of Keystone
Heights, Florida and providing said property shall be
included within the boundaries of the City, Providing an
effective date. The property (13.88 acres) is located on
Sunrise Blvd. across the street from the City Recreation
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the city. A complete legal description by metes and
bounds and a copy of the ordinance can be obtained
from the office of the City Clerk.
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6:30 p.m. on Monday, December 1, 2008 in the City Hall
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office of the City Clerk, Monday through Friday from'8:30
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meeting and be heard.


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Ladies' Bible Study: Fri. 3:00 PM Mid-week Bible Study: Wed. 7:30 PM
Bible Question: Who desires all men to be saved and to know the truth and
who is our Mediator?
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Clay Electric Co-op upgrades, maintains infrastructure


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

Some Keystone Heights
readers may have noticed the
Clay Electric Cooperative bucket
trucks that stopped here and
there along S.R. 21 last week.
Electricity was shut off in the
immediate vicinity for a few
minutes at each stop as the men
worked.
Two trucks and a small crew
lifted Sonny Ware and Kevin
Screen to the wires. They did a
few minutes of work, then came
down and trucks and men moved
on down the road.
Clay spokesman Larry Horne
and Line Supervisor Dwight
Elder told the Monitor the men
were "hardening the system."
Elder went on to say that they
were adding a fuse cutout that,
when trouble arises, limits the.
size of an area where power goes
down.


Clay Electric crewmen Sonny Ware and Kevin Screen
were lifted to the wires up and down S.R. 21.


Crewman Barry McGee holds up an example of the fuse
cutouts being Installed or replaced.
Some transformers have an Others offer no line protection
internal switch, Elder said. till the next substation. It's some


of the latter that are getting the
fuse cutouts. Horne described
the cutouts as mostly porcelain
with a fiberglass barrel.
This is routine maintenance
and at the same time is an upgrade
to the power system, Elder said.
There is no time frame for the
project but they plan to cover
the cooperative's entire service
region. The job is done as time
and crews permit. Co-op rep
Chris Carson added that the
crew lines have more time now
for such maintenance projects
with less new home construction
and hookups to attend to.
Elder said the placement of
the cutout fuses was made a little
more precise by studying the
data to see which areas go down
most frequently.
Fuse cutouts have been
standard equipment since the
company began in the 1930s,
they are not new equipment,
Horne said.


HABITAT
Continued from Page 1A

Volunteer CoordinatorCarolyn
Edwards said families selected
must meet several criteria: they
must have been Clay County
residents for at least a year and
must be willing to move to a site
where Habitat for Humanity is
building homes. The families
selected may choose one of the
properties available as the site of
their future home.
Applicants must be currently
coping with substandard
living conditions including
overcrowding, dangerous
structures, or deficiencies
in heating, water, electricity,
bathroom facilities or plumbing.
Families paying more than
40 percent of their income
for housing may also qualify.
Applicants for new homes, for
example, may own or be paying
high rental rates on a substandard
mobile home.
They must have a stable
income of not less than $1,550
per month. They must have
decent, fixable credit, and must
bpe''pred to make a $1,000
dcv apa ment aiioughii'canT.
submitted on an installment plan.
Any bankruptcies must have been
discharged at least a year prior.
It's not an easy give-away,
and, according to Kemp, from
initial application to move-in can
take a year or more.
Applicants must also be
prepared to invest 250-500
hours of sweat equity in building
their own home or those of
other Habitat recipients. And of
course, they must demonstrate a
willingness to properly maintain
their Habitat for Humanity home
once they own it.
Still, with an initial cash
outlay of between $20,000 and
$40,000, the organization can
produce a home that would be
valued at more than $100,000
on the open market, even in the
current climate.
The Bakers met all the
qualifications, contributing most
of their sweat equity to working
on other peoples' homes.
The aim of Habitat for
Humanity International, Kemp
said, was the elimination of
substandard housing worldwide.
The aim of Clay County Habitat
for Humanity was the elimination


Clay County Habitat for Humanity Construction
Coordinator Wayne "Scotty" Scott presented the family
with a Bible to go with their new home at the dedication
ceremony.


of substandard housing in the
county. While both goalsarte'tall
S'I^ --, ha J startedd
their mission. The International
group has built more than
300,000 homes worldwide. The
Clay County group built 116 of
those.
SKemp said the organization
targets a specific area it believes
could use help and buys up a few
pieces of land. The organization
works with local authorities;
(Wright first contacted Keystone
Heights Mayor Mary Lou
Hildreth.) Habitat for Humanity
also has a close working
relationshipwiththeregional State
Housing Initiatives Partnership
or the SHIP program, who were
also partners in remodeling the
Baker's new home.
ThelistofNorthernClayCounty
contributors of funds, supplies
and services is long: Deloitte
& Touche, several church's of
various denominations, CSX,
the Reinhold Corporation,
the Orange Park Rotary Club,
Valspar Paint, numerous small
and large construction businesses,
AmSouth Bank and many others.
The Whirlpool Corporation
contributes a new refrigerator
'and stove to each new Habitat
for Humanity home builds or


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rebuilds.
The Bakers, who had been
living in Middlpburg, chose their
Lake Region site to cut down on
commuting time and costs, and
because of family members in
the area.
The dedication ceremony
was part ritual with a little
organizational information
thrown in.


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Theorganization'sconstruction
coordinator, Wayne "Scotty"
Scott, presented the family with
a Bible, first, and then with a
hammer, which they were to
use in the care and maintenance
of their own home, but also as a
symbol of what was possible.
Others standing around
in the Baker's new living
room, including new neighbor
Douylliez, led prayers, read
Bible texts and recited the
organization's formal litany of
dedication to bless the family
and their new home.
"For family living, a place
of love and respect between all
members of this family ...As
a place where the family may
grow, play and learn ... That
this house may serve as a place
of rest, shelter and laughter, We
dedicate this house, O God,"
they read.
And then, Wright handed over
the keys and the Bakers were
officially moved into their new
home.
For further information
on Clay County Habitat for
Humanity, visit www.clay
copntyhabitatforb umanj.ty,,, rg.
or call Carolyn Ed& ,Ird., at (904)
282-7590.


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Starke Elementary Terrific Kids named


Kiwanis Terrific Kids from Starke Elementary for the month of October were recently
announced. Pictured are Khloe Riley, Devan Vanvador, Logan Williams, Rebecca
Nettles, Troy Rizer, Ali:xis Barnett, Jamir Tyson, Gavin Woods, Hunter Barnes, Kristlna
Rowe, Brandon Turneir, Samantha Nichols, Dylan Blanchett, Danielle McCaulley, Ashley
Cleesen, Brandon Conites, Steven Mikell, Emily White, Kassady Perkinson, Tessa Weir,
Diamond Newman, Tannija McCray, Katia Ochoa, Travis Curtner, Gerald Smith, Principal
CI'tristy Reddish and Kiwanian Winnie Holland.


KH Legion
Auxiliary holds
rummage sale
American Legion Post 202
Auxiliary's rummage sale
"Christmas for Familie!;" will
be held on Friday, Dec. :5, and
Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m.


until 2 p.m. The sale will be held
at the post at 7441 S.R. 21 North.
To donate items to the event,
please call Ann Horner (352)
473-6642 or Doris Danson, (904)
782-3205. A volunteer will be
happy to pick up donations.


Solid waste
sites close
for holiday
Bradford County's six solid
waste collection sites will be
closed on Thursday, Nov. 27, for
the holiday, but will reopen on
Friday, Nov. 28.


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'Christmas parade schedules announced

Lake Butler
The city of Lake Butler Christmas parade will take place on Friday, Dec. 5,
beginning at 7 p.m. The theme of this year's parade is "Our Christmas Wish List."
Parade entry applications can be e-mailed to you or picked up at city hall. For
more information, please call (386) 496-3401.

Melrose
The Merry Melrose Christmas parade will take place on Bellamy Ave., a.k.a.
S.R. 26, beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday Dec. 13. The theme this year is "Shakerag
Christmas," referring to a 19th century name for Melrose Village.
The Melrose Elementary School Parent Teacher crafts sale opens at 9 a.m. and
goes until mid-afternoon. The crafts fair is held in Historic Melrose Park.
Parade organizer Stephen Thrift said parade applications are now available.
E-mail sandlthrift@bellsouth.net, or call (352) 473-7966 for further information.

Starke
The North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce announced that the 2008 ,,
Starke Christmas parade has been set for Saturday, Dec. 13. Lineup will begin at 2
p.m. and the parade will begin at 3 p.m.
Applications for entry are available at the chamber offices at 100 E. Call St.
in Starke. For more information, call Steve Futch, parade chairman, at (904) 964-
2863.
The theme of this year's parade will be "Christmas Stories."
Deadline for application to enter is Friday, Dec. 12.

Keystone Heights
According for Noel Thomas, coordinator of the 2008 Keystone Heights Christmas
parade, entry forms are now available at Keystone Heights City Hall and Mallards
Dollarama.
The Keystone Heights Christmas parade will roll down S.R. 21 Saturday, Dec.
13 at 6 p.m. With a brief rest after appearing in the Melrose parade earlier that
day, Santa comes to Keystone Heights at the end of the nighttime parade. Parade
applications are now available at KH City Hall and Mallard's Dollarama.



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Street. The cantata "The: Gift H. Clausell of Calvary Baptist
Goes On" created by Sule C. Church in Tallahassee. She will
Smith and Russell Maulidin is a be accompanied by the Voices
celebration of the birth (:)f Christ of Calvary Singers at the 11
centered on one of the b ,st-loved a.m. service on Sunday, Nov.
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L LEGALS





NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BRADFORD PET CARE HOSPITAL,
the holderofthefollowingcertificate(s),
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and name(s) in which it is
assessed are as follows:
File-Number: 2008-0013
Certificate Number: 615
Parcel Number: 02949-0-00312
Year of Issuance: 2006
Description of Property: The west 150
feet of the South '/2 of Lot 12, Block
C, Blanding Subdivision, as per plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book 2, Page
58 OG Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida.
Assessed to:
Junius M. Smith & Virginia M. Smith,
Junius Smith & Virginia Estate
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall
be redeemed according to Law,
the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
to the Highest Bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, Starke, FL, on
the 11'" day of December, 2008, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
Bradford County Clerk of Court
By: Carol Williams,
Deputy Clerk
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the Recording Department
no later than seven (7) days prior
to the proceeding at the Bradford
County Courthouse. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court date,
subpoena, etc, is less than seven
(7) days, then the individual should
contact the Recording Department as
soon as possible after receiving that
notice. Telephone: (904) 966-6280, if
hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8770(v),
via Florida Relay Service.
11/6 4tchg 11/27

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-251
TAYLOR, BEAN AND WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DEBRA L. PONS; .UNKNOWN
TENANTSS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF DEBRA L. PONS; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.,
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Motion and Order Resetting
Foreclosure Sale Date dated the
10" day of November, 2008, and
entered in Case No. 04-2008-CA-
251, of the Circuit Court of the 8th
Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford
CbuntyFlorida, wherein tAYLOR,
BfAN ArDWHFIAKER MORTGAGE
CORP. is the Plaintiff and DEBRA L.
PONS; UNKNOWN TENANTSS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DEBRA
L PONS; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY are Defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the EAST FRONT DOOR
at the Bradford County Courthouse,
in Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the 18" day of December, 2008, the
following described property as set
forth in set Final Judgment, to wit:
Parcel 25: S. 132.0 ft. N 792.00 ft of
East 330.00 ft. of West 680.0 ft. of NW
4 of.SW /4 of Sec. 11, Twn 7S;,Range
21 E. Bradford County, Florida.
Reserving therefrom an easement for
ingress/egress /utilities over westerly
15 feet thereof.
Described parcel conveyed with
30.0 feet easement for ingress/
egress/utilities over following parcel:
Northerly 30.0 ft of Westerly 1040.0
feet and Easterly 30.0 ft of Westerly
345.0 ft of northerly 1238.0 ft. of NW
1/ of SW 1/4.
Described parcel also conveyed with
right of ingress/egress/utilities over
the following parcel: Commence at
concrete monument at NW corner of
NE % of NE % of Sec. 10, Twn. 7 S,
Range 21 E and run S 0*07'19" E.,
along Westerly boundary thereof,
157.72 ft. to Southerly boundary of
R/W of County Road 225 (Formerly
SR S-225); thence S 77*14'19" E.,
along Southerly boundary, 405.77 ft.
to centerline of existing rd for POB
(rd bearing 60 feet in width and lying
30 ft. on each side of centerline as
follows). From POB described, run
S 007'19" E., parallel with Westerly
boundary of NE % of NE ', 378.18
ft.; thence S 15"15'41" West, 374.65
ft.; the7hce S 20"44'49" S, 333.96 ft. to
end of 60 ft rd and beginning of Rd.
20 ft. in width and lying 10 ft on each
side of centerline; thence continue S
2044'49" E., along centerline, 30.88
ft; thence S 21"12'57" E, 438.28 ft
to set iron rod; thence S 21"22'11"
E., 330.29 feet to intersection with
centerline of rd. 30 ft. in width and
lying 15 ft on each side of following
centerline; thence S 42"52'49" W
274.13 ft. to set iron rod; thence S
1750'25" E, 418.91 ft to set iron rod
(last iron rod being 15.0 ft Northerly
of Southerly boundary of SE 'A of
NE V of Sec 10 when measured
at right angles therefrom); thence
S 89"53'43" E, parallel with last
Southerly boundary, 688.05 ft to iron
rod set on Easterly boundary of SE
% of NE %A and end of centerline (last
iron rod located 15.0 ft northerly of
SE corner of SE of NE ); together
with the AT certain 2000 Grand Manor
Mobile Home, VIN#GAGMTD06655A
and VIN #GAGMTD06655B.
Commonly known as 12429 SW 81st
Ave., Starke, FL 32091. PPN:0866-0-
D0125HX.


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 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Persons with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (904)
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at
945 N. Temple Avenue, Room 137,
Starke, FL 32091.
Dated this 13th day of November
2008.
RAY NORMAN


Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Cynthia Berry
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall Watson
1800 NW 49'" St., Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: (954) 453-0365
Fax: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
11/20 2tchg 11/27-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000360
EMC MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACKIE PAUGH AKA JACQUELIN
PAUGH, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KEVIN GORDON and UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KEVIN GORDON
RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS: 1249 Blanding Street,
Starke, FL 32091
AND TO: All persons claiming an
interest by, through, under, or against
the aforesaid Defendant.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property located in Bradford
County, Florida:
LOT14, BLOCK, UNIT3, SARATOGA
HEIGHTS, A SUBDIVISION AS PER
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE(S) 3, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to this
action, on MARISOL MORALES of
GREENSPOON MARDER, P.A.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address
is TRADE CENTRE SOUTH, SUITE
700, 100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK
ROAD, FORT LAUDERDALE, FL
33309, and to file the original with
the Clerk within 30 days after the
first publication of this notice, or
on or before December 15, 2008;
otherwise, a default and a judgment
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
OF SAID COURT on this 14'" day of
November, 2008.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: P. Halterman
As Deputy Clerk
11/20 2tchg 11/27-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2008-CA-000386
DIVISION: 04
UCN: 042008CA000386XXCICI
WALTER MORTGAGE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RANDY O. UNDERHILL; MELISSAT.
UNDERHILL;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
PURSUANT TO THE JUDGMENT
OF FORECLOSURE ENTERED IN
THE ABOVE CAUSE, I WILL SELL
THE PROPERTY SITUATED IN
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS:
A parcel of land lying and being in
the Northeast Quarter of Southwest
Quarter of Northwest Quarter, Section
12, Township 6 South, Range 21 East,
and being more particularly described
as follows:
Commencing at a point 8 chains and
41 links East of Northwest Corner
of Southwest Quarter of Northwest
Quarter and run thence East 11
chains and 59 links, thence South 210
feet to point of beginning. From point
of beginning thus described, continue
South 210 feet, thence run West and
parallel with the Northerly boundary
of the Quarter Section Line 210 feet
to a point, thence run North and
parallel to the Easterly boundary 210
feet to a point, thence run East 210
feet to point of beginning; containing
one acre, more or less.
TOGETHER WITH an easement for
ingress, egress and utilities over the
North Fifteen (15) and the West Thirty
(30) feet of the following described
property:
Begin at the Southeast corner of.
North West 14 of Northwest 1/ in
Section 12, Township 6 South, Range
21 East, for the Point of Beginning.
Thence run South 210 feet, thence
West 210 feet, thence North 210 feet,
thence East 210 feet, to the Point of
Beginning. Except that portion for
Road Right of Way
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at 11:00 a.m. on
January 08, 2009, at the East door of
the Courthouse, Starke, Florida.
Any prsorl' 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 60 days after the sale.
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special.
accommodation to participate in this
. proceeding should contact.the A.D.A.
administrator for the Clerk of the
Court not later than 7 days prior to
the proceeding at (904) 966-6280. If
hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, Voice 1-800-955-8770. This is
not a court information line.
DATED: November 13, 2008.
Clerk of the Court
By: P. Halterman
As Deputy Clerk
11/20-2tchg 11/27-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 12/12/2008, 10:00 a.m. at 18536
US Hwy 301 N, Starke, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1 B3EJ56H6YN142849-'00-Dodge
1 GKDS13S962290447-2006-GMC
1 HGEJ8146WL007031-'98-Honda
11/27 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-565


FINANCIAL FREEDOM SENIOR
HOME FUNDING CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDMOND ADAMS A/K/A
EDMOND ADAMS, JR.; VERA
ADAMS, A/K/A VERA C. ADAMS
A/K/A VERA CLAIR ADAMS;
UNKNOWN TENANT 1; UNKNOWN
TENANT II; UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA; STATE OF FLORIDA,
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE;
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
ON BEHALF OF THE SECRETARY
OF HOUSING AND URBAN
DEVELOPMENT; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF VERA ADAMS A/K/A
VERA C. ADAMS A/K/A VERA


CLAIR ADAMS; ANGELA BALL;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANGELA
BALL; BRADFORD HEALTH, INC ,
A DISSOLVED CORPORATION
F/K/A I RADFORD HOSPITAL,
INC.; TRUST COMPANY BANK,
FCC NATIONAL BANK; FLORIDA
CREDIT UNION, and any unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and other unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming by,
through and under any of the above-
named Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ANGELA BALL, 1107 LAMAR
STREET, STARKE, FL 32091
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANGELA
BALL, 1107 LAMAR STREET,
STARKE, FL 32091
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VERA
ADAMS A/K/A VERA C. ADAMS
A/K/A VERA CLAIR ADAMS, 602
LAURA STREET, STARKE, FL
32091
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STATED,
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
And any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors and other unknown
persons or unknown spouses claiming
by, through and under the above-
named Defendant(s), if deceased
or whose last known addresses are
unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose Mortgage
covering the following real and
personal property described as
follows, to-wit:
Commence at Sou:thwest corner
of Southwest /4 of Southwest / of
Section 22, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, and run East on South line
39.45 feet to East line of Old Lawtey
Road, thence run Northerly along
Road, 500 feet to a point (being the
Northeast corner of Lamar Street and
Old Lawtey Road), thence run Easterly
along North line of Lamar Street,
110.55 feet for a Point of Beginning;
thence continue Easterly, 89.45 feet,
thence run Northerly parallel with Old
Lawtey Road, 100 feet, thence run
Westerly parallel with Lamar Street,
89.45 feet, thence run Southerly 100
feetto Point of Beginning. Same being
the East 89.45 feet of West 200.0 feet
of North 100 feet of South 600 feet of
Southwest '/4, Section 22, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, East of Old
Lawtey Road. Described in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Frank
Albert Reder,. Butler & Hosch, P.A.,
3185 South Conway Road, Suite E,
Orlando, Florida 32812 and file the
original with the Clerk of the above-
styled Court on or before 30 days
from the first publication, otherwise
a Judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court on the 18'" day of November,
2008.
In accordance with.the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at 201 E. University
Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32602,
Telephone (352) 374-3648, not


later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding. If hearing impaired,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: P. Halterman,
Deputy Clerk
11/27 2tchg 12/4-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2005-CP-0060
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
RAYMOND HAROLD RHODEN,
SR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
RAYMOND HAROLD RHODEN, SR,
deceased, Case No. 04-2005-CP-
0060, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
32091
The name and address of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this Notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with the Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is November 27, 2008.
Personal Representative
John S. Cooper
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
Attorney for Personal Representative
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4701
Florida Bar No. 0910340
11/27 2tchg 12/4-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-385
JUDGE: MARK W. MOSELEY
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF A 2005
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THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL
PROPERTY:
A 2005 YAMAHA ALL TERRAIN
VEHICLE
VIN: JY43GG0395C060049
NOTICE is given pursuant to Sections
932.703 and 932.704, Florida Statutes
(2005), that the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commission
(FWC) seized the above-described
personal property on June 10, 2007,
in Bradford County, Florida, and is
holding the personal property pending
the outcome of forfeiture proceedings.
All persons or entities who have a
legal interest in the subject property
may request a hearing concerning
the seized property by contacting
the undersigned. A complaint has
been filed in the Circuit Court of the
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, in and
for Bradford County, Florida. On July
2, 2008, the trial court entered an
order finding probable cause. If no
claimants appear within 20 days, the
Department will be seeking a final
order of forfeiture.
Dated: November 18, 2008
BILL McCOLLUM
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Cecelia Bradley
Senior Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
The Capitol, Suite PL-01
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
Tel: (850) 414-3300
11/27 2tchg 12/4-BCT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
RESOLUTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the proposed Resolution, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for reading on Tuesday, December
2, 2008, at the City Commission
Meeting commencing at 7:00 p.m., at
Starke City Hall, 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida. A copy of
said Resolution may be inspected
by any member of the public at the
Office of the City Clerk at City Hall, in
Starke, Florida. On the dates above-
mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to
this proposed Resolution.
RESOLUTION NO. 2009-04
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA PROVIDING
FOR THE BORROWING OF
NOT EXCEEDING $1,772,000
FROM BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY, TO FINANCE
THE COST OF A PORTION
OF THE IMPROVEMENTS TO
THE WASTEWATER SYSTEM;
PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE
OF A WASTEWATER SYSTEM
REVENUE BOND, SERIES 2008,
TO EVIDENCE THE ISSUER'S
OBLIGATION TO REPAY SUCH
LOAN; PROVIDING FOR THE
PAYMENT OF THE SERIES 2008
BOND AND THE EXECUTION AND
DELIVERYOFALOANAGREEMENT
IN CONNECTION THEREWITH,
CONTAINING TERMS AND
CONDITIONS RELATING TO SUCH
LOAN; AUTHORIZING FURTHER
OFFICIALACTION IN CONNECTION


WITH THE DELIVERY OF THE
SERIES 2008 BOND AND THE
LOANI AGREEMENT; DESIGNATING
THE SERIES 2008 BOND AS
A QUALIFIEDD TAX EXEMPT
OBLI(GiATION" UNDER 265(b)(3)(B)
OF THE CODE; AND PROVIDING
AN E F:FECTIVE DATE.
11/27 ltchg-BCT
PIOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the proposed Ordinance, whose
title hereinafter appears, will be
broulhnt up for FIRST READING
Tuesday, December' 2, 2008, and
SECOND AND FINAL READING on
Tues d ay, January 6, 2009, at the City
Cominrission Meeting commencing
at .7:00 p.m., at Starke City Hal,
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florid;a. A copy of said Ordinance
may roe inspected by any member
of the. public at the Office of the City
Clerl, at City Hall, Starke, Florida.
On Ithe dates above-mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to this proposed
Ordiin ance.
C)RDINANCE NO. 2009-0606
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STAR KE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
SECTION 6-44 OF THE CITY OF
STAIRKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
REG (JLATIONS TO PROVIDE
FOR THE CREATION AND
MAINTENANCE OF A UNIFORM
POLICY FOR SITE CLEARING
AND TREE PROTECTION
REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING
FOR EXEMPTIONS THEREFROM,;
PRCIIIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE
OF SITE CLEARING AND TREE
REIVC)VALMITIGATION;PROVIDING
FOR THE PROTECTION OF
TREES DURING CONSTRUCTION;
PROLYIDING FOR THE CREATION
AND MAINTENANCE OF A TREE
MITI NATION FUND; PROVIDING
FOR THE REPEAL OF ALL
ORCIINANCES INCONSISTENT
WITH THIS ARTICLE; PROVIDING
DIRECTIONS TO THE CODIFIER;
PRCIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
11/27 ltchg-BCT
N OTICE OF PROPOSED
O R FINANCE OF THE CITY
COMMISSION OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the proposed Ordinance, whose
title hereinafter appears, will be
brought up for FIRST READING
Tuesid ay, December 2, 2008, and
SECO ND AND FINAL READING on
Tues d ay, January 6, 2009, at the City
Comiriission Meeting commencing
at 7:010 p.m., at Starke City Hall,
209 N orth Thompson Street, Starke,
Floridci. A copy of said Ordinance
may tie inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of the City
Clerk at City Hall, Starke, Florida.
On the dates above-mentioned, all
intere's ted parties may appear and be
heard with respect to this proposed
Ordin a nce.
OR IDINANCE NO. 2009-0603
AN ORDINANCE OF THE

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CHAMBER
Continued from Page 1A

Speaking viaphoneon Monday,
Lilly said none of the allegations
brought up at last week's board
meeting had been discussed with
him personally. Even news that
he had been placed on unpaid
administrative leave came by
letter and without explanation,
he said. According to him, there
might be simple explanations for
things the board has questioned,
like being paid twice in the same
pay period. The chamber offices
closes at the end of December so
the final check of the year rolls
into the following pay period for
everyone, he said. But without
knowing the pay periods in
question, he couldn't comment
specifically on the instances
cited by Weaver.
Lilly did say there appeared
to be some misunderstanding
on the part of some chamber
board members about his role
as president and his spending
authority. The board sets the
budget, and the president has all
the authority he needs to make
expenditures that are within
the budget and do not exceed
budgetary spending limits.
Although he submits paperwork
for his paycheck the same as any
other chamber employee, Lilly


CRASH
Continued from Page 1A

in serious or critical condition.
They along with Lang, were
transported to Shands in
Gainesville for treatment.
The FHP report indicated
alcohol results were pending for
Christopher and the occupants
of his vehicle. The report states
alcohol was not a factor as far as
Lang was concerned.
All involved were wearing
seatbelts.


said even if his pay schedule were
accelerated there would have
been nothing wrong with that as
long as he wasn't exceeding his
agreed upon salary.
As for the $8,500 in cash.
Lilly said that was deposited
in the ATM for Bike Fest. He
and Skidmore both claim the
chamber was repaid and say they
can document it. As to whether or


Holiday
Enforcement
The Thanksgiving holiday is
a peak travel period for families
joining together, but far too often
the holiday celebration turns to
tragedy because of failure todrive
carefully and wear seatbelts.
Since Thanksgiving always
produces a high volume of traffic.
the Florida Highway Patrol will
increase its presence on Florida
roadways during the five-
day holiday period. All sworn


not it was improper for chamber
funds to be placed in a personally
owned ATM, Lilly said no one
had expressed a problem with
it at the other events for which
the ATM was used. Skidmore
allowed the chamber to use it
as a service to the chamber and
downtown. There was profit
from the fees charged for use of
the ATM, but there was never an


personnel on the patrol normally
assigned to administrative duties
will be reassigned to patrol
duties on high volume roadways.
In addition, auxiliary and reserve
troopers will volunteer to assist
regular troopers during the
heightened holiday enforcement
period.
"The Thanksgiving holidays
are typically times of heavy
traffic as people travel to spend
time with their families, so we
urge everyone driving on our
highways during the holiday
period to drive carefully," said


agreement that money would go
to the chamber.
Iilly said such complaints
about how they ran the chamber
and Main Street amounted to
"grasping at straws."
"A lot of these things are things
that we could have discussed
and provide documentation and
show where those monies were
or where those monies weren't,"
Lilly said. "But being accused
of things, especially in a closed
meeting where we weren't privy
to even give feedback as to what
was going on, you know that isn't
kosher."
Lilly said he's been "hurt and
devastated" by the allegations
and that the past few weeks have
been stressful for both him and
his wife. The accusations have
blind sided him, he said. He was
only aware of one individual who
was unhappy after the October
meeting, he said. During that
meeting, new procedures were
established for voting and
counting ballots in the future. No
other questions were brought to
him at that time, he said.
"How I feel about it is it's time
for Ron and Kim to move on. I
wish it would have been under
better terms," Lilly said. "We
worked hard for the community.
There's a lot of product there
that wouldn't have been there
without the efforts of a lot of


Col. John Czernis, director of the
Florida Highway Patrol. "Allow
yourself plenty of time to reach
your destination safely, drive
sober and buckle up on each
and every trip. The holidays are
a time for celebration, but we
cannot forget safety behind the
wheel."
The Florida Highway Patrol
reminds motorists of Florida's
Move Over Law.The law requires
motorists to move over when a
patrol car, emergency vehicle or
tow truck/wrecker is stopped on
the side of the road with lights


fine people, and we would like
to think we were part of making
that happen."
Although Lilly said he was
"appalled" by the way things
have been handled, he is still
interested in sitting down with the
board chairman and discussing
the board's concerns, but he said
he would never come back to
work for the board.
Lilly was hired to be chamber
president in early in 2004. He and
Skidmore relocated here from
Port St. Lucie, and Skidmore
was brought on as the chamber's
special events manager. By
year's end she and Lilly were
working on founding Main Street
Starke, which combined special
events management with the
goal of downtown revitalization.
Together they helped with
downtown restoration projects
and businesses development,
carried on events like the
Strawberry Festival and relocated
the chamber office to the historic
Bradford County Bank building
on Call Street.
Grant-funded businesses
services were also brought under
the chamber's umbrella when it
began to oversee and promote
FloridaWorks services for
employers and jobseekers locally.
Through his work with the Tourist
Development Council, Lilly also
oversaw the project to purchase


flashing. Motorists are required
to change lanes away from
authorized emergency vehicles
if able to move over safely or
slow down while maintaining
a safe speed. Violators of the
Move Over law will be issued a
citation.
Motorists are encouraged to
use their cellular telephones
safely. FHP urges all drivers to
call *FHP (*347) to report drunk
or aggressive drivers. They can
also use this number if their
vehicle breaks down or they need
assistance. Motorists needing


an old church and turn it into the
county's conference center.
The chamber board has decided
to contract with Reddish and
White for ongoing accounting
advisory consultations. That
will include ongoing monthly
reviews of the chambers in-
house accounting records. Main
Street Starke is taking the same
actions.
The task force will continue
to investigate, and received the
board's permission to report any
criminal activity suspected to
the authorities. A separate task
force will be organized to look
at the role and job description
of president before beginning a
search for Lilly's replacement.
Day-to-day operations are being
handled by chamber employee
Pam Whittle in the meantime.
As for the chamber board
election, the ballots were turned
over to attorney and Chamber
Board Member John Cooper
and Terry Vaughan, the county's
supervisor of elections, for
evaluation. The top four vote-
getters were ultimately accepted.
They are Amber Roberts-
Crawford of Swift Creek Realty,
retiring Sheriff Bob Milner,
Frank Patterson of Showcase
Advertising and Scott Roberts of
Roberts Insurance. They will be
sworn in at the chamber banquet
in January.


immediate emergency services
should dial 911.
The Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
encourages anyone with a
valid Florida driver license or
identification card to go online to
www.flhsmv.gov and enter their
emergency contact information.
This vital information gives law
enforcement immediate access
to this information in cases of an
emergency, which makes it easier
for them to contact a family
member or friend.


LEGALS
Continued from Page 6A

CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
AMENDING SECTION 98-5 OF
THE CITY OF STARKE CODE OF
ORDINANCES; ESTABLISHING
AND IMPLEMENTING A PROGRAM
TO IMPOSE AND COLLECT OSER
FEES FOR THE DEPLOYME-JT
OF PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES
RENDERED BY THE CITY OF
STARKE FOR EMERGENCY
RESPONSE SERVICES;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERANCE;
PROVIDING DIRECTIONS TO THE
CODIFIER; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
11/27 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Bradford County Affordable
Housing Advisory Committee will
hold a meeting Tuesday, December
9, 2008, at 3:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Library meeting room located
at 456 West Pratt Street, Starke,
Florida, Contact Angela Macey at
(904) 966-6382 with questions.
11/27 Itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000444
FIRST MORTGAGE STRATEGIES
GROUP, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JACKIE C. SLIDER, et al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION


TO: JACKIE C. .SLIDER, JADE
SLIDER, AND OTHER UNKNOWN
PARTIES, INCLUDING THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ANY TITLE
HOLDER IN POSSESSION OF THE
PROPERTY, AND, IF A NAMED
DEFENDANT IS DECEASED,
THE SURVIVING SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THAT
DEFENDANT, AND THE SEVERAL
AND RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
ASSIGNS, SUCCESSORS IN
INTEREST, TRUSTEES OR
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
ANY CORPORATION OR OTHER
LEGAL ENTITY NAMED AS A
DEFENDANT, ANDALLCLAIMANTS,
PERSONS OR PARTIES, NATURAL
OR CORPORATE, OR WHOSE
EXACT LEGAL STATUS IS
UNKNOWN, CLAIMING UNDER
ANY OF THE ABOVE NAMED OR
DESCRIBED DEFENDANTS
LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS:
JACKIE C. SLIDER,
21801 NW 80h Ave.
Starke, FL 32091
JADE SLIDER
21801 NW 801" Ave.
Starke, FL 32091
PRESENT RESIDENCE IS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Bradford County, Florida:
A parcel of land lying in the SE 'A of
the NW '/ of Section 26, Township
5 South, Range 21 East, Bradford
County, -Florida; said parcel being
more particularly described as Lot 4
of an;unrecorded plat as per survey
by M.G. McMillan, dated April 4, 1978
and recorded in Official Records Book


166, Page 384 of the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida. Lot 4
is being conveyed with a perpetual
easement for right of ingress and
egress. Together with a 1999
Redman mobile home bearing VIN#s
FLA14613667A and FLA14613667B
has been filed against you. You are
required to file written defenses with


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the clerk of the court and to serve a
copy within thirty (30) days after the
first publication on or before January
2, 2009 of this notice on Plaintiff's
attorney, Golson Felderbaum, PLLC,
1230 South Myrtle Avenue, Suite
105, Clearwater, FL 33756-3445,
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in


the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 20" day of
November, 2008.
Clerk of the Court
By: P. Halterman
As Deputy Clerk
11/27 2tchg 12/04-BCT


Happy 3rd Birthday
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Love,
Mom and Family


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Trinity football and cheerleading ends with awards


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
About 350 young football
players, cheerleaders, their
Families and friends attended the
IUpw\ard awards night at Trinity
Baptist Church on Nov. 8, youth
pastor Jason Mole reported this
\\ e k.
One game day last month, as
those \oung players ran up and
down the field and cheerleaders
cheered. Mole said registration
for the church's Upward football
and cheer program increased 45
percent in its second season.
He attributed this to several
organizational rules and
traditions. First, he said, each
child is given ample playing
time. With lots of substitutions,
coaches ensure that less-skilled
football players are not simply
left to warm the bench.
Mole also thought handing out
stars as awards after each game
day attracted young participants.


Logan Smith dodges a tackle by Christopher Roberts at
Trinity Baptist Church's Upward program.


One player may get a star for best
defense, another for best offense
and yet another for most Christ-
like sportsmanship.


Mole said the program insists
that coaches maintain a positive,
supportive stance with the players
they train, and not take on a drill


sergeant persona with kids too
young to benefit by mean-spirited
adult posturing.
Trinity's program also
discourages overly aggressive
parents who need to bully
coaches, referees, other players
and even their own children in
public, competitive displays.
There are lots of cheerleaders
to spur the players on; anyone
can join. Mole said the stress of
competition was downplayed
and a more relaxed atmosphere
greatly influenced the popularity
of the Trinity program.
Halftime shows consisted
of snacks and drinks with an
inspirational message by a church
volunteer. Parents, families and
visitors sat on lawn chairs around
the wide field behind Trinity's
church off of S.R. 21 between
Melrose and Keystone Heights.
At last week's award night,
JasonAnthony of Melbourne,was
the guest entertainer. Anthony is
a former wide receiver with the


Cheerleaders (l-r) Briel Waldrop, Kelsey Gulick and Cera
Anderson drum up spirit on a Saturday Upward game
day.
University of North Carolina. He footballs for the football players
mesmerized the kids with chalk and Upward picture frames for
drawings of Christian scenes as the cheerleaders.
he spoke.
The youngsters then received
their end-of-season awards, with


Keystone Heights Elementary kids reminded to be thankful


KELSEY REESE
Special to the Monitor
A week before Thanksgiving,


Keystone Heights Elementary
students were ready to celebrate.
Around campus, teachers
decorated portables with turkey


KHES front office.staff member Janice Goetzman helps
prepare for Thanksgiving with student Kurstyne James.


flags, and in hallways
student artwork took-
on forms like turkeys
and pilgrims.
In theirclassrooms,
teachers celebrated
in different ways.
Each wanted their
students to have
fun while' gaining
insight into subjects
being studied in the
classroom.
First-grade teacher
Martha Alford said,
"We're making
pumpkin pies.
However the kids
are also getting a
lesson on capacity by
learning what type of
bowl is appropriate
to mix the pie filling
in."
While half of the
class was learning
how to make the
yummy treat, the
other half wrote
sentences o .j i ai
they learned abootthe
first Thanksgiving.
First-graderMandy


Rodriguez said, "I learned how
the pilgrims found the Indians
and how they came over on the
Mayflower."
Thanksgiving feasts were
being held all over the campus
as well. In the cafeteria, kids ate
turkey lunches while talking to
their friends. Sixth grade teacher
Lisa Buxton joined her class by
eating lunch with them in the
courtyard area.
Teacher Samantha Busher
had a feast for students and
parents in her classroom. Even
with helpers Barbara Strube and


KHES student Cody Wells holds the
pumpkin pie he made in class to
prepare for Thanksgiving.


Melanie Rodriguez, the event
took about two to three weeks to
plan. In the end, it was worth it
for the children said they enjoyed
spending time with their parents
and getting to eat delicious food.
Bushersaid,"Thechildren have
learned a lot about responsibility
and have learned what to be
thankful for. By having our
little Thanksgiving dinner, the
kids were able to think about
others and have a great learning
experience at the same time."


CERT plans
exercise at
Blanding
On Dec. 5, 6 and 7, the first
statewideCommunityEmergency
Response Team Drill will be
hosted at Camp Blanding.
On Friday Dec. 5, CERT
.coordinators from around the
state will checking into the
Camp Blanding training site.
On Saturday they will continue
through an aggressive classroom
session, while completing
practical drills.
On Sunday. there will be a
statewide mock disaster drill at
the Camp Blanding site, across
from Gold Head Branch State
Park. The drill will be held from
approximately 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The site is a mock city with
100 victims. Advanced CERT


the important dates for upcoming
events,seniors and staff including
Timmy Wilkerson, Jaren Revels,
Lorna Reddish and Angie Story
started a monthly newsletter
last April and passed it out to
students during their high school


trainees must respond to triage 1 wwW. irpic
and treat the victims. State All major cream
agencies, command vehicles, fire Starke 9
rescue from surrounding counties
will be on hand, as well as the
Keystone Heights command
trailer.
A media staging area will
be available for local media.
Station WFSU television station
(the University of Florida TiB
State University channel) will Ti &
document the event for a training mM _


film.
Local high schools are being
asked to locate about 100
students to portray victims who
will be made up in fake blood
and injuries.
Students may be able to use
the experience as community
service. To volunteer for the
day or get further information,
contact john.ward@ co.clay.fl.us
or call him at (904) 219-0640.

Senior
newsletter
is online
Between dual enrollment and
DCT, the seniors at Bradford
High School have such varied
schedules that it is hard to keep
everyone well informed.
To ensure every senior knows


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classes. This year, however, they
have been working toward a
new goal-to get the newsletter
online.
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all posted online at www.
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November 27, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR Page 9A




Hendricks spray field lease with Lake Butler in jeopardy


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

Several months ago, Lake
Butler City Manager John
Berchtold updated the city
commission board about an on-
going situation with Hendricks
Turf Company.
In 1999, the city entered into a
lease agreement with Hendricks
Turf allowing it to run a sod farm
on 300 acres of land approved by
the Department of Environmental
Protection to accept treated
wastewater for irrigation.
The initial lease agreement
was for five years and could be
renewed every five years, as it
was in 2004. In July of this year,
company President Stephanie
Hendricks Christmas wrote to the
city requesting another five-year
renewal of the lease agreement,
set to expire in March of 2009.
According to the lease
agreement, Hendricks has the
option of renewing provided
that no material default by them
exists or is unresolved at the time
they are seeking the renewal.
In a response letter to
Hendricks Turf, Berchtold wrote,
"the original agreement provides
for extensions if no material
defaults exist. At least during my
tenure, monthly payments have
not been received on a timely
basis. As of today, we have only
received three out of 10 monthly
payments due."
Berchtold presented the
correspondence to the board in
August and notified Christmas
that the position of the city was
that, at the end of the lease, it


would continue the lease only on
a month-to-month basis.
This wasn't the first time
Hendricks had fallen behind in
its lease payments. In Aug. 2007,
Hendricks was behind by more
than $9,600 and was able to bring
the account current the following
month, at the close of the city's
2007 fiscal year.
However, at the end of the
city's fiscal year in September
2008, there remained a balance
of $8,580 in lease payments still
owed by Hendricks. Since that
time, and into yet another fiscal
year, Hendricks has been able to
make one month's payment.
"Here is our ethical challenge,"
Berchtold wrote. "We shut off
residential customers [for non-
payment], many of whom have
families. It remains unfair to treat
customers unequally."
In October, the issue was tabled
by the city due to correspondence
from Christmas that they would
attempt to sell land in hopes to
provide some liquidity into their
business.
"Assuming a positive result
occurs from the sale, we will be
able to bring the lease current,"
Christmas wrote. She appeared
before the board at its regular
November meeting with Stephen
Hendricks, who started the
business 21 years ago.
Putting things into perspective,
Christmas told the board that
in November 2005, they were
cutting 800 pallets a week off
the farm and even having sod
brought up from South Florida to
meet the demand.
"We now have only 50 pallets


to scheduled to cut and have
gone from a staff of over 40 to
currently six," she said.
Christmas also pointed out
that two of those six employees
are registered voters in the city of
Lake Butler and others employed
by Hendricks Turf during the past
10 years are also citizens of Lake
Butler and Union County.
She went on to say that
Hendricks pays more than a
fair market value for the annual
lease, maintains the facility at
no cost to the city, has proven
they are committed to a long-
term agreement, have provided
jobs for the community, and do
business with other vendors in
the community allowing them to
stay in business.
It was thought that the city and
Hendricks might be able to work
out a deal on the delinquent lease
payments with the Department of
Correction's plans to expand the
Reception and Medical Center to
add another work camp in 2009.
Hendricks owns 30 acres of land
adjacent to the existing spray
field and the city was considering
swapping the land for back lease
payments if the land is approved
by DEP.
The city began looking into
the possible need to expand the
wastewater plant to accommodate
the addition of 864 inmates at
RMC next year and another 1,272
in 2012 and held the assumption
they would need at least 90 more
acres to cover the growth.
Mayor Jimmy Beasley
suggested that Berchtold see if
he could work something out
with Hendricks instead of just


cutting them out completely.
Commissioner Fletcher Myers
asked if the sod company was
now making regular monthly
payments,and Stephen Hendricks
replied, "No, we really need to
wait until March."
"You don't plan to be making
payments after this?" Myers
asked.
"I brought a check in the
other day for one payment and I
would love to say that we could,
but right now we want to get
through this winter. Every dime
we can hold on to, we need to,"
Christmas said.
Commissioner Scott Cason
told Hendricks and Christmas
that he wished they would have
come forward earlier about the
matter. Christmas apologized
and said that six months ago,
they weren't sure if they could
turn things around.
"I had some land. ... We bit
the bullet on that land and got
the commitment from the bank
to continue to work with us,"
Christmas said.
Hendricks stated that they had
made major efforts in treating
Lake Butler the same as the
city of Starke, with whom they
also lease a spray field for sod
production.
Hendricks said that he asked
Starke for an extension last month
until March and Starke agreed to
it. Hendricks provided the city
of Starke with a promissory note
for all payments up until March.
At that time, they are to make
all the back payments and begin
keeping the lease current.
Cason asked, "So you're in a


bind with them, too? If our lease
isn't there, what are we going to
do?"
Berchtold said the city has a
few options. One would be to
seek another provider for the sod
farm.Another option would be to
discontinue the sod part and see
if somebody wants to use it for
hay. Thirdly, the city could just
let the land go and keep it cut.
Whatever the final decision, the
city's treated wastewater must be
sprayed onto the field.
City Attorney John Maines
offered that the city could
continue to do business with
Hendricks Turf on a month-to-
month basis instead of renewing
the long-term contract.
"At some point, we need to firm
these leases up," Hendricks said.
"Hardy Clyatt can maybe 'amen'
me here, but I worked under the
assumption of you scratch my
back, I scratch yours and that's
the reason we work together
hard. I understand you need to
collect the lease payment. I need
you to work through this bad
time with us and we'll continue
to put in the effort we have the
past 10 years," Hendricks said.
He further asked the board to
refer the matter back to the city
manager who continues to treat
Hendricks fairly.
Since the last commission
meeting, Berchtold discovered
through engineering reports
that the wastewater facility was
designed in 1995 to allow for
future expansion.
"It can accommodate 1.1
million gallons of water per day,
and, at present, is only pumping


700,000 gallons a day, meaning
we would not necessarily need to
expand right now," he said.
Either way, since bouncing that
idea around, Bailey Barefoot,
environmental administrator
with DOC in Tallahassee,
contacted Berchtold to say DOC
will not follow through with
construction of the work camp
facility next year. Any research
into expanding the wastewater
plant is now halted by the city,
although preliminary expansion
costs were estimated to be
between $6.3 million and $10.1
million.
It is not clear whether DOC's
decision not to build the work
camp was only temporary. Also
not clear is whether or not DOC
will still move forward with
its plans to add a full annex for
1,272 more inmates in 2012.
The matter is expected to be
brought before the board at its
December meeting.



Dinners sold
for Project
Graduation
Dinners will be sold on Friday,
Dec. 5, to benefit Project Grad
Night in Union County. The meal
includes chicken and rice, green
beans, roll and a dessert for $5
each.
To preorder, please call (386)
496-4217.


PUBLIC SALE
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
November 29, 2008 at 10:00 a.m.
located at 1170 SW 6Th Street,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, behind the
Lake Butler Apartments, Highway
121. Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the
Storage Facility Act of the State of
Florida, the following units will be
foreclosed: -- ,, c ,., ," .,
Eliz.be.h Bkadlet-,Un itW 44-$ 35,
Marguerite'C mi #Bk Unit 6
$163.00
Sandy Griffis-Unit #55 $495.99
Vera Prescott Unit #70 $164.00
11/20 2tchg 11/27-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2008-DR-227
LISA MICHELLE REEVES,
Petitioner,
And
JEFFREY SCOTT HUBBARD,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
NAME CHANGE
OF A MINOR CHILD
TO: Jeffrey Scott Hubbard
Florida
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
ypu are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
LISA MICHELLE REEVES, whose
address is 16448 S.E. 72nd Trail,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, on or before
12/14/08, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at Union County
Courthouse, Roonm 103, 55 W. Main
St.,Lake Butler, FL 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 Circuit
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
may be.mailed to the address on


record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family 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 11/14, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Sondra Morris
Deputy Clerk
11/20 4tpd 12/11-UCT

NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
,, K:T.OMit ITY OF
aN o EwhicRYlORIDA
NOCi.-I8 rHEwri&Yhl lW EN thinat'
an ordinance, which title hereinafter


appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of City of Lake Butler, Florida, at a
public hearing on December 8, 2008
at 5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the City
'Commission Meeting Room, in the
City of Lake Butler City Hall at 200
Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of the City
Manager in the City of Lake Butler
City Hall, at 200 Southwest First
Street, Lake Butler, Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date,
time and place first above mentioned,
all interested persons may appear
and be heard with. respect to the
ordinance,.....
ORDINANCE NO.0-0Q3
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY


OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO AN APPUCATION
LDR 08-1, BY THE CITY.
COMMISSION, RELATING TO
AN AMENDMENT TO TEXT OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING ARTICLE TWO
ENTITLED, DEFINITIONS BY
DELETING CERTAIN DEFINITIONS,
DELETING AND REPLACING IN
ITS 'ENTIRETY, ARTICLE EIGHT
ENTITLED, FLOOD DAMAGE
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continuation of this public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notices concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose,
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is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
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HOMEOWNERS INTERESTED IN SEWER SERVICE
The City of Starke is seeking applicants to participate in a Sewer Utility Connection
Assistance Program to assist homeowners with paying the cost for connection to the
City's wastewater utility. This program is designed to provide a utility connection to an
exiting residential unit including the cost of onsite sewer lines and removal of residential
septic systems. Currently, the City has funds available to assist a limited number of
homeowners. Applicants must meet ALL of the following eligibility requirements for this
program:
IF YOU OWN OR ARE BUYING YOUR HOME
IF THIS IS YOUR PRIMARY RESIDENCE
IF YOU ARE CURRENT ON ALL CITY UTILITY FEES
PRIORITY FOR ASSISTANCE WILL BE BASED UPON ESTABLISHED
HOUSEHOLD INCOME LIMITS
THE CITY ANTICIPATES AN INITIAL LIMIT FOR EACH CONNECTION WILL
BE $5,000 PER CONNECTION BASED UPON ACTUAL COST ESTIMATES
If you would like to be considered for possible assistance, you should complete a
Program Application which is available at Starke City Hall, 209 North Thompson Street,
Starke, FL 32091 or call, toll-free (877) 309-1951, Extension 14, and request an
application package be mailed to you. All interested homeowners should submit
completed application materials to Linda Johns, City Clerk, at Starke City Hall, 209 North
Thompson Street, Starke, FL 32091 or to Summit Professional Services, Inc., 2614
Allwood Avenue,' Valrico, Florida 33596-7396 on or before December 23, 2008. If you
need assistance completing the application please contact City Hall at (904) 964-5027.
All applications are subject to review, ranking and approval by the City of Starke City
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Starke soon paying for more residential sewer connections


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The city of Starke is advertising
the opportunity to apply for sewer
connections and have the cost
covered by $200,000 the city has
received in state funding.
It should be noted that
submitting an application does
not guarantee selection, but
those who do make the cut could
have as much as $5,000 worth of
sewer connection and septic tank
abandonment work performed at
no cost.
It's up to the city commission
to decide the criteria for which
applications will be funded.
Chief among the considerations
is the income of the household.
Although not under the same
income restrictions as when
it conducted the Community
Development Block Grant portion
of its sewer project, the city will
use the same income benchmarks
as a guide to determine who will
most benefit from the available
funding.
For a family of four, the upper
threshold would be an annual
income of $38,800. That doesn't
mean a four-person household


making more money should not
submit an application. If there are
fewer than expected applications,
there is the possibility that those
who exceed maximum income
requirements may receive
funding under the project as
well.
There are three set
requirements that all applicants
must meet. You must own (or be
buying) the home that will be
connected to the sewer system.
This means you will not qualify
if you are renting your residence.
Landlords may not apply either
since the home must be the
applicant's primary.address, not
a rental property, vacation home,
etc. Finally, the applicant must be
current on all utility fees owed to
the city. Those who owe the city
money for utilities are not eligible
to apply for a sewer connection.
Elderly and handicapped
residents will also likely receive
greater consideration. Those
with a failing septic system may
also receive preference.
There are also practical
considerations for the city,
however, like stretching
the money as far as it will
go. For that reason, terribly


Maximum income limits based on
household size.
1 person $27,150
2 people $31,050
3 people $34,900
4 people $38,800
5 people $41,900
6 people $45,000
7 people $48,100
8 people $51,200
*Those who exceed these limits
may also be eligible depending on
the size of the application pool.


costly connections will not be
undertaken. A cost analysis will
be performed for each application
submitted. Projects that only
require septic tank abandonment
and connection to an existing
sewer line are more likely to be
funded than those that require
more extensive work.
Generally, the affordable
projects will be those within
200 feet of an existing sewer line
that don't require grinder pumps
or other additions to ensure a


Partners for
Life banquet
Dec. 5
Starke Women's Resource
and Medical Clinic's banquet
Partners for "Life" will be held
at the Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center Friday, Dec.
5, at 7 p.m.
This is an earlier time than
originally announced because
of the conflict with the SEC
Championship football game.
Tables for eight.are available
for $300, and these sponsors will
be listed in the program. Couple
sponsorship is $40 and an
individual sponsorship is $25. For


reliable sewer tie-in. Depending
on the number of applications
submitted and the cost of the
projects undertaken, the city
may be able to prorate the cost
of some more expensive projects,
however, if the homeowner is
willing to contribute to the cost
of completing the connection.
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner also wanted priority to
be given to those living within
the prior CDBG project area, but
other commissioners shot down


a $1,000 sponsorship, businesses
and other organizations will
not only receive a table, but full
advertisement as a sponsor.
Following dinner, there will be
a cake auction.
All contributions and
sponsorships are tax deductible.
Please R.S.V.P. bN Friday. Nov.
28, by calling (904) 964-2007.
The Starke branch of the
Women's Resource and Medical
Clinic opened in 2007 and offers
no-cost pregnancy tests as well
as information on alternatives
to abortion, and support for ihe
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that idea. Even those who felt
there are few in need of sewer
connections in their district who
would meet the low-income
requirements still feltapplications
from all over the city should be
given equal weight.
In short, there's no way to tell
which homeowners will qualify
for paid sewer connections until
the application cycle is complete
and the city has evaluated all
of the applications received.
The best thing to do if you're
interested in sewer service is to
apply for a connection, then wait
and see.
Applications are available at
city hall. Those who need help
filling out the application should
inquire at city hall about special
hours when they can receive
assistance. Call (904) 964-5027.
All applications are due at city
hall by Dec. 23. Those who
become city sewer customers
will be responsible for paying a
monthly charge for that service
as part of their overall utility
bill.
The city received permission
from the state to put together its
connection program using the
money, which was originally
awarded to help pay for upgrades
at the sewer treatment plant. Scott


Modesitt of Summit Professional
Services, the city's grant writer,
will administer the program.
The city is still planning
upgrades to the sewer treatment
plant that will change the way
the city deals with wastewater.
BCR Environmental's Bio-Chem
Neutralizer treats wastewater
and produces a higher class of
biosolids than is produced-by the
existing wastewater treatment
process. The odor-free biosolids
are pathogen free and can be
used as fertilizer locally on land
such as that leased by the city to
the Hendricks sod farm.
That advantage means the
city can avoid spending tens of
thousands of dollars each year on
having its sewage transported for
disposal in a qualified landfill,
and the system affords additional
savings through reduced utility
and labor costs.
The last quote to purchase and
install the Bio-Chem system was
around $1.77 million.The Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection is providing to pay for
the upgrades at the treatment plant
that will be available next year.
Until then, the city is pursuing
a low-interest loan from the
Florida Rural Water Association
to pay for the project.


O'Neals are YMCA's

Volunteers of the Years


Each year the North Central Florida YMCA recognizes
Volunteers of the Year from each branch for exemplary
service to the Y in their community. For 2008, our
Bradford-Union branch honored Darrell and Susan
O'Neal as Volunteers of the Year at the annual meeting
at the Southwest YMCA in Gainesville. The O'Neals have
supported the YMCA In Bradford and Union counties
since its inception. While serving as president of the
board of directors in the past year, Darrell has brought
with him a host of new friends and resources as well
as a sense of solidarity at the local Y. Susan headed up
two large yard sale projects last spring that supported
the annual Strong Kids Campaign. The O'Neals were
also instrumental in the purchase of our new building
in Starke, which allows YMCA to serve more members.
Past volunteers recognized include Patti and Don Priest,
Malcolm and Edythe Hill, and the Gathright family


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Union offices

closed Friday
In the last county commission
meeting,it wasdecidedthat Union
County employees do not have to
report to work on Friday, Nov'.
28, following the Thanksgiving
Day holiday. Employees can use
the day as a personal day off.
The Union County Courthouse
will be closed Thursday and
Friday, Nov. 27-28. In addition,
the tax collector's office will not
open on the last Saturday of the
mohth, Nov. 29.
Lake Butler City Hall will be
closed on Thursday and Friday,
Nov. 27 and 28.
The Union County Public
Library will be closed Thursday
through Saturday, Nov. 27-
.29. The library will reopen on
Monday, Dec. 1, at 9 a.m.


Newspaper
offices closed
Thursday

and Friday
Because of the Thanksgiving
holiday, the business offices of
the Bradford County Telegraph,
Lake Region Monitor and Union
County Times will be closed
'Thursday and, Friday, Nov. 27-
28.


Holiday Helper

applications
available
Christmas Holiday Helpers
applications for assistance are
available now through Nov.
.30 at Lake Region schools,
participating churches and at
LakeArea Ministries in Keystone


Heights.
The applications must be
turned in by Nov. 30, so the
.coordinating church -committee
can determine needs and develop
:a plan of assistance.
SThe program,sponsored by the
Keystone Heights Jaycees and
:a number of churches, provide
Christmas toys for children
through the toy distribution
:program. Some families are
:assisted by "adoption" by
'individuals, churches and
ao.san.tj.m.. '... _
The committee is'anticipating
,a large number of applications
.this year.
SThe community can help in a
.number of ways. Donations of
'new toys can be dropped off at
CarQuest on S.R. 21 in Keystone
'Heights. Cash donations may also
:be made to the Holiday Helpers
account at the M&S Bank.
To "adopt" a family needing
assistance, call Lake Area
'Ministries at (352) 473-2846.
'Unfortunately, donations of used
bicycles cannot be accepted.


Donate toys
for kids

in need
Through donations to Bradford
County Community Christmas
for Children last year, the Starke
Lions Club was able to help more
than 50 children have a brighter
Christmas.
In light of the economy, the
club feels there will be an even
greater need this year. Help the
Lions help families in need by
donating new, unwrapped toys
for boys and girls ages 0-12.
Toys can be dropped of at the
chamber of commerce, Beck
Chevrolet or Beck Chrysler.
Financial donations are. also
welcome. Make checks payable
to the Starke Lions Club for
"Community Christmas."
You also have an opportunity
to win something for yourself.
Lions Club members are selling
drawing tickets for $2 each. A
thousand tickets will be sold, and
the winner will receive $1,000 in
Christmas cash.
You can also help sponsor a
child by calling Lions President
Angel Hill at (904) 263-4225 or
Lions Club Member Bob Currier
at (904) 964-5130. Also call with
any questions or to volunteer to
help the Lions with this worthy
endeavor.


Bradford Dems

meet Dec. 1
The Bradford County
DemocraticExecutiveCom m ittee
will hold its reorganizational
meeting at 7 p.m. in the Santa
Fe College Andrews Center
boardroom on Monday, Dec. I.
Officers will be elected for the
next four years.


Only those precinct
committeemen and
committeewomen who qualified
in July are eligible to vote or
to be nominated for an office.
After the election, the chair
may appoint committeemen
and committeew'omen to vacant
precinct seats.
All interested Democrats are
invited to attend.
For more information about
being precinct representative,
contact DEC Chair Judy
Becker at (904) 782-3502 or
through the Web site www.
bradfordcountydemocrats.org

Putnam

libraries host

Angel Trees
Putnam County Libraries are
sponsoring Angel Book Trees.
At all Putnam County branches
including Melrose Public
Library, trees will have angels
with a child's name, age, sex and
a type of book wanted. Each child
is in foster care and protective
management with Community
Partnership for Children.
Library visitors are asked to
take one or more angels to their
favorite bookstore, buy a book,
and return it unwrapped to any
library staff member by Tuesday,
Dec. 2, to be distributed for
Christmas.
For more information, contact
Darlene Walker at (386) 329-
0126.


Nutrition

covered at

KH Library

preschool

program
From among books donated
by the Jaguars Foundation,


librarians have chosen the themes
of exercise and good nutrition.
As a bonus, on Wednesday,
Dec. 3, at 10:30 a.m., Keystone
Heights High School culinary
arts students will present
healthful foods at the preschool
story time program.
The foods will be purchased
with a gift card donated by Publix
Supermarkets earlier this year.


World AIDS

Day observed

Dec. 5
The annual observance of
World AIDS Day is Dec. 1.
Bradford County Faith Education
Community Center will observe
World AIDS Day on Friday, Dec.
5.
For more information, please
call (904) 964-5088.


Step Back
in Time
A Victorian Christmas
Concert will be presented
Thursday, Dec. 4, 7 p.m. by the
Lake City Community College
Choir and the Chamber Singers
in the Levy Performing Arts
Center on campus. The singers
will be dressed in Victorian
holiday costumes, performing
historically appropriate music
from the 19th century. The
choral director is professor of
music Owen Wingate and the
college's choral accompanist is
Tim Redding.
The choral concert will
include traditional carols, as well
as contemporary holiday music.
Many of our holiday traditions,
decorations, customs, foods,
as well as music have evolved
from the Victorian era. Some of
these include the song "Dashing
through the Snow" or "Jingle
Bells" and the poem "'Twas the


Night before Christmas."
From Ihe Victorian era we have
also inherited the tradition of
sending and receiving Christmas
cards; placing gifts under the
Christmas tree; Santa Claus and a
flying reindeer sleigh; fruitcake;
and stuffed, roasted turkey.
Come see and hear the college
choir as they "deck the halls" and
bring in the holiday season. This
event is free, no tickets required.
Please call (386) 754-4255 for
more information, directions or
assistance.


Decorate

the tree at
Melrose

Library
Melrose Public Library's
holiday tree needs to be
decorated and you are invited to
help. Come celebrate the holidays
at the Melrose Public Library on
Friday, Dec. 5, at 3:30 pm.
Library volunteers have been
busy making decorations for
the holiday tree for guests to
put on the tree. Special holiday
refreshments will be served as
well.
The program is free and all are
invited. For further information
call the library at (352) 475-1237.


Join Santa for

breakfast
Brooker Elementary's annual
Santa Breakfast will be held
Saturday, Dec. 6, in the school
cafeteria from 8-10:30 a.m.
Breakfast will include pancakes,
sausage or bacon, fruit, and juice,
milk or coffee. Cost is $4 for
adults and $3 for children (ages
1-12).
Kids pictures with Santa will
be available for $2. Drawing
tickets will be sold for $1 and


prizes include several gift
baskets and two tickets to Wild
Adventures.
For more information, please
call (904) 966-6887 or (352) 485-
1812.


Tips at Spires

support
Christmas

drive
The 10th annual celebrity
bagging event at Spires IGA in
Lake Butler will take place on
Saturday, Dec. 6, from 8 a.m.-I
p.m. Local celebrities will bag
customers' groceries for tips with
all proceeds going to the Big Red
Christmas Drive.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at
the store from 9 a.m. until noon,
and Smokey Bear will make an
appearance, too. In addition,Miss
Union County High Courtney
Shealy will hand out balloons in,
the morning.
The Junior Friends of the
Library will also hold a bake sale
from 9 a.m. to noon.


UCHS

Class of '93

reunites

Dec. 6
The Union County High.
School Class of 1993 will hold its
reunion on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7
p.m. The reunion will be held at
the community center in Lulu.
The cost is $15 per person. For
more information, contact Lori
(Hundley) Park at (904) 334-
2741, Tiffany (Davis) Roseke at
(386) 623-1393 or George Green
at (352) 214-5512.


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* 1.28 acre lot outside city ITmits $12,800
* 1 acre off S.R. 16 $15,000
* 1 acre with lake view across from Sampson Lake $18,500
* City lots, close to shopping & schools $25,000
* Many lots to choose from in homes-only subdivision $29,900
* Partially fenced lot located In town with large oaks $32,900
* 2-acre lot with well & septic $49,000
* 5 acres on paved county road $50,000 ru -
* 3 partially cleared acres with well & septic $54,500 ,0
* Lake lot on paved road with well & septic $54,000
S13.5 acres on county paved road $65,000
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Charity poker

run Dec. 13
A poker run to benefit the
annual Big Red Christmas Drive
in Union County will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 13.
The first car or bike rider
will head out at 11 a.m. from
Knuckle Draggers Motorcycle
and Accessories on U.S. 301 in
Starke to Polaris of Gainesville,
Gainesville Harley Davidson
then Starbucks and end at'the
Double Deuce in Lake Butler.
Free chili dinners will be
served to riders at the end of
the run. There will also be an
auction and a drawing for a prize
giveaway.
The cost is $15 for single riders
and $20 for couples. For more
information, please call (352)
494-3320.


Lake Butler

Elementary

presents
Christmas play
Lake Butler Elementary School
presents the Christmas play
"'Twas One Crazy Night Before
Christmas" featuring third- and
fourth-grade students.
The play will be held at the
Union County High School
auditorium on Thursday, Dec. 18,
at 7 p.m. Admission is $2, but
LBES students accompanied by
an adult get in for free.
For more information, please
contact Pam Carter at (386) 496-
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Winter formal open to

all high school students


BY KATI TEDDER
Telegraph Staff Writer


In an effort to provide fun
activities in Starke for Bradford
students, local businesses
connected with Main Street
Starke are stepping up to host
a Winter Formal on Friday,
Dec. 12, at the Charlie E. Johns
Conference Center. The dance
is not limited to only Bradford
students, but to any high school
student who wishes to attend
with their dates. (Dates must be
between the ages of 14-20.)
The dance will start at 7 p.m.
and last until 11 p.m. Tickets may
be purchased at the door for $20
or paid for in.advance for $15
before Dec. 8. Advanced tickets
can be bought at Julia's Florist,
Scorpio's Day Spa, the chamber
of commerce, Say I Do Bridal
or from Lisa Tatum at Bradford
High.
"The high school doesn't
sponsor dances so we thought
it would be something fun for
the students," Tatum said. "The
money made will go to provide
quarterly maps of Starke with
events listed for that time period
including the Bradford County
Fair or car washes that the clubs
at BHS have."


If the dance is a success, Main
Street Starke hopes to sponsor
one again next year and expand
to include dinner or something
else.
Pictures will be taken by
Thornton Photography from
5-9 p.m., with packages starting
as low at $25. The disc jockey
for the dance will be Boogie
Knights. Throughout the night,
door prizes will be awarded like
gift certificates to local business
and restaurants, including
Scorpio's, Sonny's and Mary Kay
Cosmetics, and a Visa gift card.
Local businesses will be
offering discounts for those
attending the dance; Julia's
Florist is offering 10 percent off
any purchase toward attending
the Winter Formal good on
flowers or tuxedoes. Restaurants
including the Strawberry Tea
Room, Cedar River Seafood and
Western Steer are also offering
specials and discounts.
"We're glad to be able to do
something for our young people
and set the example for when
they grow up and become the
business leaders of Starke," said
Pam Whittle at the chamber of
commerce.


MBCA holds annual awards dinner


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

About 30 members of
the Melrose Business and
Community Association met at
the Trinity Episcopal Church
Parrish Hall on Nov. 21.
A buffet meal was served
and the association handed out
awards, thanking public officials
and local volunteers for their
services over the last year.
Chris Carson handed out
the awards, thanking Putnam
County Sheriff Dean Kelly for
service and dedication. Kelly,
who recently lost a re-election
bid, was instrumental in getting
sheriff's of three adjoining
counties to sign an agreement
allowing out-of- county deputies
to pursue felons across the other
county's borders. The move was
designed to provide better law
enforcement and response in the
quad-county area.
Steven Thrift was awarded
for his service in organizing and
managing the Merry Melrose
Christmas parade over the last
few years. Thrift puts out a call


for entries, nurtures floats and
strolling units into being and
then organizes everyone into a
cohesive whole on the big day and
keeps them moving. He is also a
member of the stable of artists at
the Melrose Bay Gallery.
William Chiappini was
recognized for his service to the
Melrose Bay Park. Chiappini
has taken on watchfulness and
caretaking duties at the Melrose
Bay Beach, a park area that was
being vandalized for a while
until it was closed except for
special occasions. Chiappini
is also president of the Melrose
Bay Association of homeowners
on the Santa Fe cove.
Dr. Philip Payne was also
awarded for his persistence in
getting lights and cameras added
to the Kangaroo station at the
corner of S.R. 21 and S.R. 26.
Earlier this year, a crime problem
was springing up at the location.
A spotlight on the location and
added attention from the PCSO
routed the felons and thanks
to Payne, law and order was
restored.


Smith and Eloise Laws visited the buffet table at the
MBCA awards dinner last Friday evening.


About 30 business and community leaders attefided the
annual event.


Program serves UC teens away from home


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN child for the remainder of the
Times Staff Writer season.
"Student-athletes can go to
New this year, the 1JUhion their aloptive parent with any
County High School boys' concerns they have, whether
basketball team began the it be school-related or even a
Adopt-a-Tiger program. Head problem with another student,"
basketball coach Jonathan Willis Griffin said. "It gives them
along with assistant coach Tron someone they can trust and
Griffin introduced the program talk to; someone there for them
for the new season in what Willis outside the home."
describes as "taking care of Each adoptive parent received
Tigers in the wild." an adoption certificate and
The Adopt-a-Tiger program is T-shirt with their Tiger's name
designed to pair each player with and jersey number. They will
an educator at the high school have pre-game meals with
where they can not only take their adoptees and also receive
part in students' education in the recognition during halftime at
classroom, but also take part in homes games.
their extracurricular activities as It is the responsibility of
well. each adoptive parent to be
The program gives student- involved with their adopted
athletes a sort of parent away player by checking with his
from home-on and off the court. teachers, keeping the lines
Each educator participating in of communication open and
the program has adopted a player keeping him motivated both on
who has now become his or her and off the court.
"The idea is motivating young
men in the classroom, on the
court and in the game of life,"
Willis said.
Each week during basketball
I season, the Times will profile at
least one player with a photo of


him and his adoptive parent.


KH American
Legion plans
weekend
dances
American Legion Post 202 in
Keystone Heights is planning a
month of weekend dancing to the
oldies.
Dances will be held each
Friday and Saturday evening
in November, including the
weekend after Thanksgiving. The
dances will be open to the public;
, admission is $5 per person. For
further information, please call
(352) 473-8912.


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Adopt-a-Tiger
player profile

Name: Davario Watkins, No.
40
Age/class: 17,junior
Height/Weight: 5 feet 11 inches,
186 pounds
Position: Post and guard
What do you feel is your biggest
asset on the court? Speed,
rebounds and the fast break.
What do you love most about
the game of basketball?
The cheering of the crowd and


LBMS baseball
conditioning
announced
All boys attending Lake
Butler Middle School who are
interested in trying out for the
baseball team are encouraged to
attend conditioning on Saturday,
Dec. 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the LBMS field located at the OJ
Phillips Complex on S.R. 121.
For more information, please


having pride in the team.
Who has been your greatest
inspiration?
Coach Willis. Ever since he came
here, he has helped change my
attitude for the better and I now
use words like, "yes sir" and "no
sir."
What parts of your game are
you working to improve this
season?
Dribbling and my attitude
towards the game.
Adoptive parent: ESE teacher
Harvey Smith. "We already had
a history together before the
program," Smith said.


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Section B: Thursday, November 27, 2008




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




Tigers cap season with 42-20 bowl win over Baldwin


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chris Alexander completed
16-of-24 passes with four
touchdowns to help the Union
County football team close out
its season with a 42-20 win
over host Baldwin in a bowl
game on Nov. 20.
.The Tigers' junior


Chris Alexander drops
back to pass in the bowl
game against Baldwin.


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quarterback finished the game
with 375 yards and completed
passes to seven different
receivers.
"We did a good job of
spreading it around, and our
guys made plays for us,"
Union head coach Andrew
Zow said. "That's what we say
we always want to do, get the
ball to our playmakers and
make sure they make yards
after the catch."
Indeed, they did. Deven
Perry and Najeeb Smith, in
particular, proved to be elusive
with the ball in their hands.
Perry caught four passes for
153 yards, while Smith had
three receptions for 86 yards.
Each scored a touchdown in
the second quarter to help the
Tigers (8-3) overcome a shaky
start.
Baldwin was visibly fired up
at the start of the game, taking
the opening kickoff and
marching 65 yards for a
touchdown. The Indians (6-5)
ran the ball nine times on the
10-play drive, doing most of
their damage with traps up the
middle.
"They played a whole lot
better than what they looked
like on film," Zow said.
The Tigers were poised to
answer, with Bryan Holmes
gaining 34 yards on a
reception to the Baldwin 29.
An I1-yard reception by
Shamari Holland and a 9-yard
run by Smith moved Union
inside the 10, but Alexander
had a pass picked off in the
end zone on a fourth-down
play.


Baldwin made a mistake of
its own three plays later on an
errant pitch by- quailcrl.kiLk
Kentrall Mims. Brodie TEllis
recovered the loose ball for the
Tigers, setting up a first-and-
goal at the 5. One handoff to
Smith and a PAT by Alvin
Jernigan tied the score at 7-all
with 1:17 remaining in the
opening quarter.
Baldwin would retake the
lead when a mishandled snap
on a punt attempt set the
Indians up at the Union 3. A 1-
yard touchdown run put the
Indians up 13-7, but Union's
Nevin Johns blocked the PAT.
The Tigers, who were held
to 68 yards in the first quarter,
seemed to wake up after that,
nearly tripling their offensive
output in the first quarter.
Alexander completed 8-of-10
passes in the second quarter
for 220 yards and three
touchdowns to help the Tigers
go into the locker room at the
half up 28-13.
"It was tough at the
beginning," Zow said.
"You've just got to tip your hat
to Baldwin, but also tip your
hat to our guys. Our guys
stayed strong, stayed at it and
did a heck of a job."
After Baldwin's second
score, the Tigers picked up a
couple of first downs, but
found themselves facing a
third-and-16 play. Alexander
scrambled for 14 yards, while
a 17-yard run by Perry
converted the ensuing fourth-
down play, giving the Tigers a
first down at the Baldwin 20.
Alexander then threw a


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Union County running back Najeeb Smith (far left) sprints into the open field as he
gets a block from lineman Corey Tucker (center). Smith accounted for
approximately 150 all-purpose yards.


touchdown pass to Adam
Cason, which, with Jernigan's
PAT, put the Tigers on top by
one at the 7:07 mark of the
second quarter.
Union stepped it up
defensively in the second
quarter, limiting the Indians to
28 yards. Baldwin was forced
to go three-and-out on the


series following Cason's score,
with Lonnie Gosha turning in a
big play when he pressured
Mims into an incompletion on
third down.
The Tigers wasted little time
scoring their third touchdown.
Two plays were all they
needed to cover 80 yards.
Smith had a 15-yard reception


before Perry took a short pass
and weaved his way into the
open field to complete a 65-
yard touchdown play.
On the ensuing kickoff,
Union kept up its practice of
kicking short and keeping the
ball on the ground. It paid off
when Baldwin was unable to
field the ball. Ellis recovered
for Union at the Baldwin 40.
That set up a three-play
scoring drive that was capped
by a 32-yard touchdown
reception by Smith. Jernigan's
PAT put the Tigers up 28-13
with 4:14 to play in the first
half.
Baldwin went three-and-out
again, but got the ball back
with approximately 1:30 left in
the half after a Union fumble.
The Indians picked up a first
down on a 17-yard run, but
then gained no yards on the
next two plays after tackles by
Gosha and Dustin Floyd.
The Tigers had their chances
to increase their lead in the
third quarter, but twice turned
the ball over on downs inside
the Baldwin 20. Baldwin,
which had one promising drive
thwarted by an interception by
Union's SJ. Simmons, cut into
the Tigers' lead on a 36-yard
touchdown reception by
Tyrone Jones on the first play
of the fourth quarter. The PAT
made it a 28-20 game.
The home team seemingly
had momentum, especially
when a couple of penalties on
the ensuing kickoff had the
Union offense backed up at its
own 2-yard line. The Tigers,
though, responded by driving
98 yards for a score. The first
key play of the drive was on
fourth-and-inches at the Union
12. Zow had his offense line
up as if to go for the first. The
plan, though, was for

See TIGERS, p. 7B


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benefit single

mom with

illness
The family of Karen Carlton
will be hosting a dinner
Saturday, Dec. 6, to help raise
money to pay for Carlton's
medical expenses. Carlton, a
single mother of a 5-year-old,
has been diagnosed with
Behcet's Disease, a terminal
illness that has left her legally
blind and unable to work this
past year.
Saturday's dinner, which
will feature entertainment by
Mike Cole and the Coalition
Band, will take place 2-6 p.m.
at the pond shelter behind the
home of Danny and Sherry
Davis at 4991 N.W. C.R. 233
in Starke. Tickets are $10.
A drawing for several items
donated by local businesses
will be held. Tickets are $5 for
those who do not wish to
attend the dinner.
All donations toward this
cause are appreciated. A
benefit account in Carlton's
name has been established at
Community State Bank in
Starke.
For more information,
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Whale Tales owner Bushey takes pride in food


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Mark lushle\ likes to cook.
Tlie onl\ problem is, lihe
tloesn't ha\e nuch tlime to do
so because he's too
hus\ ...,cooking.
Io clarify, Bushes enjoNs
cooking when he's away from
work, but work is currently
helping Whale Tales in Starke.
undergo a bit of a


Iransl'ormalion, whichh involves
working in the kitchen and
w hipping uip. some new
creations to ItLenlt customers'
taste buds..
"I really\ enjoy cooking,"
Bushey said. "That's one of
Inm passions."
Bushey is the third owner of
Whale Tales since the
restaurant opened in 2007. He
has been the owner since April


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\hen lie came to Starke, lhe
had pizza ovens installed inll
Whale Tales.
"'The restauirani serves wNhat
Bushey likes to call gourmet
pizza. The dough, which is
made from scratch daily, is
what really stands out about
the pizzas, he said.
"It's a little sweeter than
most doughs," Bushey said. "I
use honey and molasses to
activate the yeast more than
the raw sugar. It's a little bit
healthier for you."
Bushey has also added a
selection of sandwiches, salads
and new and improved wings
to the menu and now offers an
all-you-can-eat lunch buffet.
The trick now is to get
people to come and try the
food. Some people may have
had negative experiences at the
restaurant in the past, but
Bushey has worked hard to
create a different atmosphere,
making changes ranging from
the menu, as mentioned
previously, to servers'
uniforms. He wants to
entertain customers in a safe
and wholesome family
environment that includes
music and games as \well as
unique and great-tasting food.
One thing that hasn't
changed is the restaurant's
sports theme. Bushey
subscribes to both college
football and NII TV


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"We're just going to stick it
out and really try to resell (the
restaurant)," Bushey said.
Bushey is no complete
stranger to Florida. His father
w\as a career military man, so
Bushey's family moved..
around a lot when he was
growing up. He spent some
time in Florida, but Starke was
a bit of an unknown until he
bought Whale Tales. Like
many' people, all he knew of
Starke was that it was the town
you drove through going from
Gainesville to Jacksonville and
vice versa.
However, Bushey read about
the expansion of the Camp
Blanding Joint Training Center
and saw a need for a restaurant
like Whale Tales in the area.
Plus, he liked what he saw of
Starke and has enjoyed his
time here since he moved from
Georgia.
"It's a nice, little town,"
Bushey said. "I really enjoy it.
There are some real nice
people here."
Bushey came to Starke with
approximately) 20 years of food
L\perience. After earning a
business degree at Virginia
Tech University, he took a job
bartending, thinking it was just
something to do until he found
another job. As he put it, he
was just helping some guys do
some things until they found
something that worked. What
happened was, Bushey wound
up becoming involved with
Mellow Mushroom, helping
the franchise open many of its
stores.
"It just kind of fell into my
lap and we got successful with
a couple of stores," Bushey
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Since then, Bushey has been
"brewing beer and making
pizza." He did not like the
direction the Mellow
Mushroom franchise was
going, however, so he decided
not to renew his franchise and
try something on his own.
Now he's in Starke, with an
eye toward expanding the
Whale Tales concept. He
would like to bring in some
local partners to run 'the
restaurant in Starke, freeing
him up to tend to other such
restaurants in other locations.
For now, though, Bushey is
committed to getting the
Starke restaurant turned
around and successful.
"Once I get most people in
(here), I'm getting a good
response," he said.
Bushey said he would like to
add a brew pub in the future,.
but added the restaurant
already has a large selection of
bottled beer- approximately
50 types-from around the
world. He would like to
increase that number to 100 if
the market here will support
that.
On weekends, Bushey is
grilling and smoking meats
outside the restaurant, and he
has. added oysters to the menu.
He wants to explore catering
opportunities, saying, "Pizza
and wings-we're great for
parties." He also wants to
eventually expand the kitchen
and offer a full-range menu
consisting of items from steaks
to seafood.
"We want to be known as a
full-service restaurant,"
Bushey said.
What the menu eventually
consists of, though, depends on
public demand. Bushey said he
uses quality meats and
cheeses-nothing is
imitation-so he hopes that
will be a selling point no
matter what the menu ends up
including.
As he put it, he likes to run
his restaurants from the
kitchen out.
"I've always kind of worked
under the pretense if the food's
really good, the people will
come back," Bushey said.

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My mother drew a
distinction between
achievement and
success. She said that
achievement is the
knowledge that you
have studied and
worked hard and done
the best that is In you.
Success is being
praised by others. That
is nice but not as
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Carolyn Brown Spooner (far right) presents RJE Founders scholarships to (I-r)
Elijah Hamilton, Brittany Morris and Terricena Harris.


Caroiyn Brown Spooner (second from left) presents Shirley Ann Brown Livingstone
memorial scholarships to Cassi Smyth (far left) and Sonia Bennett (second from
right). Also pictured (far right) is Cheryl Canova, director of 'he Santa Fe College
Andrews Center.


5 receive RJE,
Livingstone
scholarships
Christmas has not yet
arrived, lut Iive Bradlord
County students have already
received gifts in the form of
scholarships.
Elijah Hamilton, Terricena
Harris and Brittany Morris
have been named as this year's
recipients of RJE Founders
scholarships, while S6nia
Bennett and Cassi Smyth are
recipients of Shirley Ann
Brown Livingstone memorial
scholarships.
"The gift of an education is
the greatest gift that we can
give to our children," said
Starke city commissioner
Carolyn Brown Spooner, who
initiated the scholarships. "We
must give something back to
community that will preserve
the future of the next
generation and make our
community a better place to
live."
Hamilton is a Santa Fe
College student who is
pursuing a career in physical
therapy, while Harris and
Morris-both former Santa Fe
students-are pursuing degrees
in education and business
administration, respectively.
Harris is working on her
degree through Saint Leo
'University, while Morris is
pursuing hers at the Uniersity
of Central Florida.
Both Shirley Ann Brown
scholarship recipients are
currently attending Santa Fe.
Bennett plans to become a
registered nurse, while Smyth
is pursuing a career in
dentistry. Smyth is currently in
the dental hygiene program
and plans to work in cosmetic
dentistry or orthodontics.
Each scholarship is in the


amount of $1,000, which will
pay for a year of tuition as
long as the students are full
time and in good standing.
The RJE Founders
scholarship is named in honor
of the founders of the former
RJE High School in Starke: the
Rev. James W. Robinson, A.O.
Jenkins and Robert M.
Ellerson. The school was
opened in 1909 in District 2
and closed in 1969. Robinson,
Jenkins and Ellerson believed
education was the key to
success for the children in the
African-American community
and through their leadership,
the community pulled together
and built RJE High School.
RJE Founders scholarships
are awarded to students who
are offspring or descendants of
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Thursday, November 27, 2008 Page 4B


This RaceWay convenience store/gas station recently opened for business in
Waldo.



Waldo and old Bellamy


Road: a shared heritage


BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph
Thirty thousand vehicles
pass through Waldo on U.S.
301 each day and until
recently. Few people saw a
reason to stop because the
town had little to offer
motorists, but in 1993,
Hardee's saw the potential for
business, established an outlet
and, to all appearances, has
done well.
For more than 12 years,
Hardee's was the only
nationally known fast-food
restaurant between Starke and
Ocala, but that situation
changed as business interests
recognized Waldo's location
provided excellent business
opportunities on a major
thoroughfare with limited
competition and reasonable
prices for real estate.
Within the Waldo city
limits-north of the railroad
overpass-Wendy's has
opened an outlet, three major
gas stations and convenience
stores have built large facilities
on the highway and a hotel is
under construction. A sports
complex catering to off-road
bike riding is operational, with
'new bike facilities under way
Mud-boggi ta4ci4es f
under construction, offering
recreational opportunities for
the young and the young at
heart.
The widely known Waldo
Flea Market and the Waldo
Antique Shops have been
located on either side of U.S.
301, at the north end of town,
for 40 years or more. The new
development has barely
scratched the surface for
potential building area. There
remain thousands of feet of
highway frontage within 'the
city limits on the north side of
the overpass.
While this construction has
been going on north of the
railroad overpass, south of the
structure has been sitting idle,
mostly zoned residential.
Clearly this property is under-
developed and awaiting
commercial interests for
increasing the tax base of the
town. Waldo has been a
sleeper for the past several
decades, but change has
already begun in the
commercial area and promises
to continue as population
growth moves into this region.
Waldo has a population
fewer than a thousand with
neither an agriculture nor a
manufacturing base to provide
jobs. Located only 14 miles
from Gainesville, it is a
bedroom community providing
workers for educational
facilities, criminal justice and
correctional facilities,
manufacturing, retailing,
medical facilities and other
entities that require workers.
Its homes reflect middle-
income, middle-class residents
living in a town with few
natural resources other than
Lake Alto on its eastern
border. While Lake Alto is a
fine fishing and'boating lake, it
is surrounded by swampland,
precluding substantial
development. Individuals own
some lakefront property on the
south end of the lake, but
Florida Forever, a conservation
group, and large timber owners
hold title to most of the
lakefront property.
Waldo has a fine two-story
school building that once
housed Waldo High School,
but is now used for an
elementary school through the
fifth grade. Students from
grades six through high school
are bussed either to Hawthorne
or Gainesville, dependent upon
the student's option. Santa Fe
College has classrooms in both
Gainesville and Starke,


available to Waldo students.
Waldo has a six-man police
department, known to many
for its vigilance in maintaining
traffic laws through the town.
While the state sets speed
limits, Waldo police are often
denigrated for ticketing
speeders. Residents point out
that traffic crashes are virtually
unknown in Waldo, and
fatalities are non-existent, and
they would like to keep it that
way.
The town maintains a full-
time fire department with six
full-time firemen and three or
more volunteers. The station is
manned around the clock,
seven days a week.
The city council is
composed of a mayor, a city
manager and five council
members with a complement
of workers to invoice residents
for water, sewage and garbage
collection. Like other area
towns, Waldo contracted with
Waste Management for
garbage collection, but
switched to Emerald Garbage
Collection when Waste
Management withdrew from
the area. Waldo garbage is
hauled to the collection station
on S.R. 24 near Fairbanks,
[ thi r Pi rrw qi k: jiiii-
tractors an trailers for transfer
to the Tri-County Landfill on
S.R. 121 near Raiford in Union
County. Waldo charges
residential customers $16 per
month for garbage collection.
Waldo converted an old
store building in the center of
town for its city hall/police
department. While not a show
place, it is utilitarian,
accessible to the public, and
serves well the purpose for
which it is being used. City
commission meetings and
.other group meetings are held
a few blocks away in a former
Episcopal church building, no
longer in use for religious
services. An adjacent building
owned by the city, is used for a
library. Other property owned
by the city includes the fire
department and three city
parks, one of which, the
Veteran's Memorial Park, was
constructed by volunteers.
Other parks on the east side of
town are maintained for
softball and other games.
The history of Waldo is
shared by many other
communities, towns and cities
throughout north Florida and
have a common basis: they


were established adjacent to
Bellamy Road, which ran from
St. Augustine to Pensacola.
While history records St.
Augustine as being the -oldest
city in the nation continuously
occupied since 1565,
Pensacola lays claim to an
even older occupation.
In 1559, a large contingent
of ships from Mexico City
landed 1,400 colonists on the
shore of Escambia Bay to
establish a colony on the site,
but within a few weeks a
hurricane destroyed many of
tl- ships and killed hundreds
of the personnel. The
remaining people returned to
the ships and proceeded to
Parris Island, S.C., with
intentions of establishing a
colony there. A second
hurricane struck the would-be
colonists, destroying Spain's
attempt at establishing a
colony at that time. However,
Spain did not give up. It
established a permanent
colony at Pensacola in 1696.
Florida became a territory of
the fledgling United States
when Spain ceded Florida to
the young nation in 1821
(Florida attaineflsStatthood in
1845).,- St ''Atiugtiinc and'
Pensacola, 450 miles apart,
became military outposts
without means of
communication or exchanging
supplies other than wind-
driven ships making the long
trip through the Florida
Straits-a long and dangerous
journey. Couriers riding horses
could make the trip quicker,
but were limited in the amount
of supplies a horse could carry.
In 1823, Congress awarded
John Bellamy a contract to
construct a road between the
two military posts, 16 feet

See WALDO, p. 8B


Lights at the

library needed
Dear Editor:
I'm not exactly sure who to
write to so I'm writing to
everyone I can. This concerns
the Bradford County Public
Library and the fact that if you
go to the library on the
evenings when they stay open
late, it is so dark even the
ladies inside working are
afraid when they walk out to
the parking lot. Since someone
has cut out the Saturday hours,
the only time working people
can get there is after work and
by that time, it is extremely
dark.
I usually end up going on
Monday evenings and this past
Monday, after I complained
about the lighting problems,
the ladies said that the lights
are not turned on due to
complaints from the residents
across the street. When I left, I
counted that 20 lights, sitting
atop beautiful light poles, that
were not on.
My question is, No. 1, if this
is a problem, why was the
library built there? And No. 2,
why are the lights in the Santa
Fe annex parking lot turned on
and not at the library?
I was quite leery myself
about someone snatching my
purse, or worse. I think the
county is leaving themselves
wide open for a lawsuit when
'something does happen in this
dark parking lot.
Sandy Dowling

A belated

thank you to

a nice, young

lady
Dear Editor:
I would appreciate it very
much if you would print this
letter for me as I would like to
reach a young black lady who
was so respectful and kind to
me at the Winn Dixie store in
Starke last Wednesday, Nov.
12. 1 thought that maybe she
would see this in the paper or
that someone might see it and
realize who she was; maybe
even her parents and tell her
about it.
I was just recovering from
an operation that I had, and
was in terrible pain and had
gone to town to get a
prescription for the pain filled,
rto help the pain for they had
ut -a--nerve-. during the
operation. When coming out of
the Winn Dixie store, it was
raining and a young black lady
approached me and said, "Sir,
would you like to use my
umbrella?" I told her no, if I
took her umbrella, she would
get wet. She said, "I have four
more in my car." I told her she
would still get wet going to her
car. And then she said, "Well,
we could share this one and I
will walk you to your car."
And I told her no, I will just
put a sack over my head, but
thanks anyway.
After I got into my car, the
thought came to me that was


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not very kind or nice of me
and very un-(hristian acting of
me to put her off that way,
when she had been so
respectful and kind and trying
to do her Christian duty to help
me. I am an 81-year-old man
and I have never had a young
person of any color be as
respectful and kind as she was
to me. I just wanted her to
know that I think she must be
"one in a million" and that she
must be that way because of
the way she was raised and the
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other young people of all
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and kindness like that young
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I want to thank you, young
lady, and thanks to your
parents or whoever raised you.
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Nov. 27, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


OBITUARIES


William
Blackburn
STARK-W\illiam "Bill"
Blackburn. S8, of Starke died
Sunday, Nov. 23, 2008.
A lifelong resident of Bradford
Count\, Mr. Blackburn was the
son of 1..F. Blackburn and Eva
ll ndcrhill Blackburn.
Survivors include his wife of 61
years, Betty (Bryant) Blackburn; a
son Frankie J. Blackburn; a sister,
S\lvia (Wayne) Kirkland; a
granddaughter, two grandsons and
a great-granddaughter, all of
Starke.
Visitation for the family was
held Tuesday, Nov. 25, from II
am to 2 p.m. Funeral services for
Mr. Blackburn were held
Wednesday, Nov. 26, at Pine
Level Baptist Church with Pastors
Terry Williamson and Roman
Alvarez officiating. Burial was in
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Leone Brent
LAKE BUTLER-Leone
Elizabeth Brent, 89, of Lake
Butler died Saturday, Nov. 22,
'2008 at her home following an
.extended illness.
, Born in Toronto, Canada, Mrs.
-Brent lived most of her life in the
-Miami area. She moved to Lake
'Butler in 1985. She was a
landscape designer, dress and
.costume maker and homemaker
"and member of Harmony Free
'"Will Baptist Church of Lake
Butler. She was preceded in death
by her husband, Anthony Brent; a
'brother Harold Pemblett Ji. and a
'daughter-in-law Phyllis W. Brent.
Survivors include a son and
daughter-in-law, Richard and
Sandra Brent of Lake Butler; three
grandchildren and eight great-
.grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Nov. 25, in the Chapel
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler with the Rev. Larry Clyatt
officiating. Burial was in Fort
Call Cemetery of Lake Butler
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Rita Gingrich
STARKE-Rita A. Gingrich, 92,
of Starke died Thursday, Nov, 13,
2008.
Born in Butler, Penn., Mrs..
Gingrich was preceded in death by
her parents Francis Alwine and
Nettle Kopp Alwine and her
husband, Charles Gingrich; two
sons, Leroy Bowers and Norman
Bowers; a brother Melvin Alwine
and a grandson, Gregory W.
Swaim. A resident of Starke since
1972, Mrs. Gingrich was owner of
Five Winds Lodge in Starke and,
of ith'Cfaffi erT8W1
Survl\ cr.- s incl udJ ve hildre .
Aljn Al%;ne 'Patierson of Starke
and a daughter Donna B. Lang of
Fairfax Station, Va.; a brother
Donald P. Atwine; two
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
Sunday, Nov. 16, at Archie
Tanner Funeral Home in Starke.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.

Jori Morgan
LAKE BUTLER-Jori Lynn
Harrison Morgan. 44, of Lake
Butler died Friday, Nov. 14, 2008
suddenly at her home.
Born in Starke, Mrs. Morgan
lived in Lake Butler most of her
life. She attended Union County
schools, was a member of Trinity
Baptist Church; a former
employee with Department of
Corrections and was a salesperson
for Wayne Frier Mobile Homes in
Macclenny.
Survivors include her husband,
Roger Scott Morgan of Lake
Butler; her mother Janet Fuller
Harrison, also of Lake Butler; her
father and stepmother Charles H.
Harrison II and Janet B. Harrison
of Collinsville, Va.; a
stepdaughter Whittney Morgan-
Garcia of West Frankford, Ill.;
three brothers Chuck: Harrison and
Matt Harrison both of Lake Butler
and David Harrison of
Collinsville, Va.; three sisters,
Susan Thomas and Dedra
Stephens, both of Lake Butler and



Card of Thanks

The. family of John Carl "Bob"
Dicks wish to thank everyone
for their kindness. It is sad to
lose someone you' love but
there is comfort in
remembering your
thoughtfulness, warmth, and
unselfishness. Your calls,
flowers, visits, gifts and
comforting words meant So '
much to us. Knowing you
were with us in o ur time of
grief and sorrow, sharing our
prayers today ancd tomorrow


made such a positive
difference in our.lives. We
wish to thank Doyle Archer for
all the kindness and services
he makes possible. God gives
us comfort in the form of
family and good friends. May
His love and peace be with
you.
Sincerely,
The family of
John Carl (Bob) Dicks


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Doris J. Preston

Doris Preston
PALATKA-Doris .1. I'reston.
85, of Palatka died Mlonda\. No\.
17, 2008 at Flor lroida H-pitlal
Flagler in Palm (Coast.
A native of I ake Butlcr, Mis.
Preston had lived in Palaltka since
1974, moving from J.oneshoro,
Ark. Prior to mo\ ine tlo .lo.nsho ..
she lived in Tipton, Ind. foi 13,
years. She was a ihoinmmaker
member of St. Monica Catholli
Church in Palatka and1 mcinl'r ol
the Women's Akusiliar in1 l'ipton.
Mrs. Preston \\as i rccedcd inl
death by her husband, I hoimas HI.
Preston and a son,. Tholmas I-.
Preston Jr.
Survivors include her son Hill
Preston and wife, (arol, of Iliptoni:
a sister Julia ,1. Wa\V, r ofl
Jacksonville; a grandson Stephlnc
Thomas Preston and sc\ cral
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were -rnda,.
Nov. 21, at 10 a.m. with Fa-ther
Ignatius Plathanam. (NII
officiating. Burial w\as in (Swiift
Creek) Mount Zion ('crmetcr in
Lake Butler. Visitation was held
Friday, Nov. 21, fro 9 a.m. until
services at 10 a.ml. In lieu of
flowers, the family requested that
donations be made to St. Monica


Catholic Church, 114 S. Fourth
St., alatka, FL 32177.
A\irangelienlls were under the care
o 1 tlolinsol( -Overturf Funeral
I loni of I'Palatka.
PAIll) OBITUARY

Brian Seay
I.AKEI BITLER-Brian Dale
Scay, 51, of Lake Butler died
Vcdnesday, Nov. 19, 2008 at
Sliands AGH following an
e\tendcd illness.
Horn in Charleston, S.C., Mr.
Scay lived most of his life in Lake
Butler. He was preceded in death
by his parents, Harley Joe Seay
and Gladys Rhoden Seay. He was
a disabled Army veteran and
attended Grace Fellowhip Baptist
Church.
Survivors include three
daughters, Rebecca Hart of Starke,
Shellic and Katherine Seay, both
of Lake Butler; two sons, Bradlie
Seay of Lake Butler and Jason
Woodward of Tallahassee; two
brothers, Michael Seay of Lake
Butler and Randall Varnes of
Iawtthorne; two sisters, Lajana
Eason of Jacksonville and
Deborah Worley of Hawthorne
and a grandson.
(iGraveside funeral services were
held Saturday, Nov. 22, in the Fort
(all Cemetery in Lake Butler with
the Rev. Terry Elixson officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Robert Thien
JACKSONVILLE-Robert
Vincent Thien, 84, died Saturday,
Nov. 22. 2008, at Acosta-Rua
(are Center in Jacksonville.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Thien
served in the U.S. Navy; was a
member of the Jacksonville
Moose Lodge and was retired
parks and recreational supervisor
for the city of Jacksonville for
o\ er 40 years and was a member
of Lake Hill Baptist Church since
moving to Keystone Heights four
'\ rs ago.
Survivors include a daughter
Debra Bertie of Keystone Heights;
a sister, Ellen Booth of
Jacksonville; two grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held


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Opal Watts
LAWTEY-Opal L. Watts, 89,
of Lawtey died Saturday, Nov. 22,
2008.
A longtime resident of Lawtey,
Mrs. Watts was preceded in death
by her parents, Alexander Lewis
and Mamie Walker Lewis. She
was a member of Highland Baptist
Church.
Survivors include a daughter,
Doris Barber (Jesse, Sr.) of


L.awtey; two sisters, Doris Roth
and Bernice Koontz; two
grandchildren, Michelle Barber
and Jesse Barber Jr. and a great-
gr:nddaughter, Jayden Barber.
funeral services were held
Wednesday, Nov. 26, at Highland
Baptist Church with burial in the
church cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY




Obituaries

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Continued from page 3B

people who attended the RJE
High School.
The Shirley Ann Brown
Linvingstone Memorial
Scholarship is named in honor
of a Bradford County native
who died of breast cancer in
2004. Livingstone was the
daughter of Willie Brown and
the late Louiza Brown of
Starke. She graduated from
Bradford High School in 1966
and went on to graduate from
the University Of Florida
school of nursing. Livingstone
was a registered nurse for
more than 30 years.
Livinstone knew the
importance of a good
education and recognized the
difficulty many students have
in obtaining financial
assistance for higher
education. She wanted every
student to be able to pursue his
or her dreams. Livingstone
knew that students who were
able to pursue careers in health
care would some day be able
to come up with a cure for
breast cancer and other
diseases. Also, Livingstone
believed that the care of those
who were ill was an important
role and responsibility.
The scholarship named in
her honor is available to any
student pursuing a career in a
health care field such as
nursing, or medicine and is
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Page 6B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SEC i ION Nov. 21, .-.8


Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Cannon

Young-Cannon wed Sept. 6


Terah Noelle Young of
Washington, Ga. and Joshua
Dexter Cannon of Keystone
Heights were married
Saturday, Sept. 6, 2008, at 5
p.m. with friends and family at
the First Baptist Church in
Washington. The Rev. Cyndy
LoMonaco of Savannah
officiated at the ceremony
The bride is the daughter of
Crayton and Charmin Young
of Washington. The bride is a
2007 graduate of Columbus
State University with a
bachelor's degree in Sociology
and is currently employed with
Chatham County Board of
Education.
The groom is the son of
Gary and Valarie Cannon of
Keystone Heights. Currently,
he is a specialist with the
United States Army, stationed
at Hunter Army Airfield in
Savannah. Mr. Cannon
returned home in July after
spending a 15-month tour in
Iraq. He was awarded the
Army Achievement Medal, the
Air Medal, and the Combat
Action Badge for his duties in
a medivac unit. He served as a
crew chief on Blackhawk
helicopters with the 3rd I.D.
Guests registered in the
bride's book tended by Jessica
Jones of Columbus and
received programs from
Jennifer Brickle of Savannah.
Lighting candles and serving
as ushers were Matthew
Boswell and Allen Goldstein
of Columbus and Scott Crouse
of Jacksonville, cousin of the
groom.
Wedding music was
performed by Alex Sanford of
Louisville, pianist, and Jesse
Cantrell of Keystone Heights,
guitarist. Paige Eason of
Macon, Ga. sang "At Last"
and "I Will Be There" and
Jesse Cantrell sang
"Inevitable" and his own
composition, "You and I."
Jacob Cannon of Keystone
Heights was his brother's best
man. Groomsmen were the
bride's brother Mathew Young
of Washington, Ga.; Scott
Scherbing and Chris Spickard
of Savannah.
Amy Turner of Washington,
Ga., served a maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Julie Wood
and Layla Cheatham of
Columbus and Kelly


Strickland of St. Augustine.
Brianna Kirby of Jacksonville,
cousin of the groom, was
flower girl and Cole Hopkins
of Lincolnton, Ga. and cousin
of the bride was ringbearer.
The bride's gown was a full-
length gown of bridal taffeta.
A chapel train featured four
large box pleats adorned with
silver and gold embroidery and
beads, surrounding scalloped
edging. She carried a white
lace handkerchief, a gift from
her grandmother, Lucy Young,
and pinned to her slip was a
small blue bow from the
groom's mother that Mrs.
Cannon wore on her wedding
day.
Seated with the mothers'
were the bride's grandparents,
Charles and Lucy Young of
Washington and Aluara
Wilkins of Monroe, Ga. and
the groom's grandparents, Joe
and Rosie Bryan of Melrose
and Lamar and Frankie Hartley
of Jacksonville.
The couple arrived at the
Pope Center chauffeured by
the bride's uncle, Perry Gunter
of Washington in his classic
'56 Ford Fairlane convertible.
Guests were entertained in the
decorated ballroom with a
slideshow of the couple.
The bride's cake, served by
the bride's aunt, Carmen
Young of Washington, was a
three-tiered cream cheese iced
confection with raspberry and
lemon curd filling decorated
with fresh flowers matching
those in the wedding
ceremony.
The groom's cake, served by
the groom's aunt Amy Goosby
of Jacksonville, was a two-
layered chocolate decorated
like a Runts candy box and
surrounded by Runts candy.
The bride's uncle DJ
Michael Sanford of Louisville
provided music as the couple
danced to "Man and Wife."
The bride and her father and
the groom and his mother
danced to "What A Wonderful
World."
Bubbles and personalized
mints were given out by the
bride's cousins, Lita White of
Washington, and Lila Hostins
of Rayle.
Following a wedding trip to
Costa Rica, the couple are
residing in Pooler, Ga.


Lindsay Tillman and
Jeremy Powell

Tillman-Powell
to wed Dec. 12
Lindsay Mae Tillman of
High Springs, daughter of
Lynn and Lisa Tillman and
Jeremy Luke Powell of Lake
Butler, son of Jerry and Debra
Powell, announce their
engagement and upcoming
marriage.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Santa Fe High School and is
attending Santa Fe College.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Union County
High School.
The wedding is set for
December 12, 2008, at 7 p.m.
in Worthington Springs
Community Center with a
reception to follow.


Ashlie Taylor and Zac
Bielling

Taylor-Bielling
to wed May 9
Hulon Taylor of Bonifav
announces the engagement of
his daughter, Ashlie Patricia
Taylor, to Zachary (Zac)
Morgan Bielling, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Jeff Bielling
of Providence.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Gail
Morrow Thompson Taylor:
granddaughter of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Julian B. Thompson
and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Herman S. Taylor. all of
Bonifay. She received her
baccalaureate degree in health
science and is currently
completing the professional
degree of Doctor of Physical
Therapy, both at the University
of Florida's College of Public
Health and Health Professions.
She will graduate May 3,
2009.
The bridegroom-elect is the
grandson of Dorothy Chastain
and the late Vasco M. Chastain
Jr. of Newberry and Mr. and
Mrs. Carl O. Bielling of
Providence and the late
Patricia A. Bielling Thomas.
He received his baccalaureate
degree in health science and
his Master's in Health
Administration from the
University of Florida's College
of Public Health and Health
Professions. He is assistant
administrator at Peace River
Regional Medical Center, Port
Charlotte, and lives in North
Port.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, May 9, 2009, at 5
p.m. at the First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler. A
private reception will follow at
the Woman's Club in
Gainesville.


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Cason Douglas
lF\an arnd hli11:1 I)oiiglas of
St.arke 'niirouince the I hirlh of a
soll, ( 'asonI Reed I )Doulas,
bi11u Mondia ()cl. 1.1, 2008) in
(iinesville. IIe weighed 7
pounds 12 tlounces iiId \\as 19
inches in legllth. IHe joins a
brother. ('Colson, and a sister,
('araline.
Maternal Irandplarents are
I.oni ('rawford of Slarke and
Larry and I)orrie ('ra\vlord of
Lawvtey. Maternal great-
grandparent is Mareta Kepper
of Crowlecy, Tex\as.
Paternal grandparents are
Marian and ( raig Sellers of
Santa Fe Lake and Eddie and
Lora Donuglas of Hampton
Lake. Paternal great-
grandparent is Howard
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Trenton Noble
Trenton Noble
Sid and Melisa Noble of
Raiford announce the birth of a
son. Trenton Df)ight Noble.
born No\ ember 13, 2008 in
Gainesville. He weighed 8
pounds 12 ounces and \\as 21
inches in length.
Trenton joins a sister. lTalor
and two brothers. Ty er and
Tre\or.
Maternal grandparents are
l)wight I'ritchard of Melrose
and E lizabeth lParrish of
Keystone Hei ghts. Maternal
great-grandparenlls are ld
Bover of -la\\ thorne and ILarue
Williams of .acksonmille.
Paternal grandparents are
Nanc\ Noble of Melrose and
the late Sid Noble Sr.

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First

.,' deer
LEFT: lravis
Rhoden killed
h Is first deer
Nov. 20 while
hunting at his
S Uncle Bob's in
Bradford
County during
doe week.
Rhoden
brought down
the 110-pound
deer with a
.m. ..shot taken at
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Tori Jolley (far right) gets some assistance from her
mother, Kim, and Keystone head coach Kathy Smith
(far left) as she signs a letter of intent to play
softball at Flagler College.


Keystone's Jolley


to play softball at


Flagler College


BY' ('LIFF SMELLEY
lTck iraph Sti/j'll'riter
SIt has been a dream of' hers
anid something she has \worked
toward, Ibul still. KeN slone
Heiglits High School senior
Tori lollety finds it hard to1
IhTlieve she will ibe going to
lagler Colliege ill St.
Augustine to play sotbliall after
accepting a scholarship ofter.
"'liin really excited," Jolley
said after signing a letter of
intent on No\. 13. "1 can't
believe this. It's insane."
JollHe said it has been a
c' 'amn of hers to receive a
sol'tihall scholarship, as well as


to specifically go to Flagler.
However, she admitted she
wasn't sure if she would get an
opportunity beyond high
school.
The opportunity, now that it
has come, is deserved, as far as
Keystone assistant coach
Jessica Marquart is concerned.
"She's worked hard,"
Marquart said. "Sometimes she
stays late after practice.
Sometimes she comes out on
the weekend. During the
summer, I've worked with her
a couple of days a week. She
just goes the extra mile.
"It's always been a dream of
hers to go play. I think she was
going to do whatever it took to
do it."
Keystone head coach Kathy
Smith believes Jolley will
continue to work hard-that's
just been her nature. Smith has
observed it since Jolley joined
the varsity team late in her
eighth-grade year.
"Some kids will get to their
plateau and stop," Smith said.
"She hasn't stopped. She's still
improving."
Smith said Jolley stood out
among all the other players on
the junior high team when she
was in eighth gra e. She was
Called uptl'lO \ IardiLblth.ei'nd'- of
that season 'to hell the varsity
team out and has been a fixture
on the team ever since.
"I think I've come a long
\\ay since then," Jolley said.
Jolley has always had a
strong, accurate arm, Smith
said, but Jolley has had to


TIGERS
Continued from page 1 B

Alexander to try to draw the
Indians offsides, which lie
successfully did.
Tyson promptly gave the
Tigers another first down when
he ripped off a 17-yard run to
the 34. Three plays later,
Smith took an Alexander pass
and sprinted 39 yards to the
Baldwin 13. Two more runs by
Tyson capped the drive, with
the back crossing the goal line
from 5 yards out with 7:41 to
play. Jernigan's PAT made the
score 35-20.
It did not take long for the
Tigers to add another score.
Baldwin, after getting the
ball back on offense, w\as
stuffed for no gain on a first-
down play by Union's Kendall
Wright. Marquez Perry then
recovered a fumble on second
down, giving the Tigers the
ball at the Baldwin 29.
With the ball back and a
chance to put the game away,
the Tigers did just that.
Alexander dropped back to
pass on first down, hitting Ellis
for a 29-yard touchdown
which, with Jernigan's PAT,
capped the scoring at 42-20.

Wt""


Justin Tyson
carried the ball
just six times
for the Tigers in
the win over
.: iBaldwin, but
' ''aVeragbd'more
than 8 yards
per attempt.


improve in several areas,
which she has done. Smir i said
Jolley has worked hard to
improve her agility and foot
speed, while Marquarl said
Jolley has really made strides
defensively. In fact,- Jolley
made several outstanding plays
at shortstop in the a regional
semifinal win over Fort White
last season, including sniaggi ng
a low line drive that was just
inches off the ground.
Jolley also delivered the
game-winning hit in that extra-
innings affair and has batted
better than .300 each of the last
two seasons.
"She's the complete
package," Smith said.
Jolley has played first base,
third base and shortstop for the


Union's defense, after
alloxvinrg Jones' 36-yard
touchdown reception, limited
the Indians to 26 yards in the
fourth quarter. Late in the
quarter, Baldwin lost its third
fumble of the game, which was
recovered by Floyd.
Floyd and the rest of this
year's seniors were challenged
by Zow to leave the program
"better than how you found it."
Union had a seven-win season
and qualified for the playoffs
in 2005, but w\on a total of just
four games in the two seasons
since.
This year, though, the Tigers
finished strong, rebounding
froml a 35-7 loss to Trinity
Catholic by winning five
straight, including the win over
Baldwin.
"It's pretty exciting to see
our seniors go out on top,"
Zow said.
The Tigers may have missed
out on the playoffs this year,
but Zow hopes this season's
success, capped by a season-
ending bowl victory and
trophy, will inspire the
underclassmen as they prepare
for next season.
"Now the younger guys need
to build on what they've seen
from our older guys," Zow
said.


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Indialns. She said she has been
told she will most likely get a
look it one of the corners-
especially third base-at
:laglcr, but she admitted she
loves playing shortstop and
hopes to get a chance to do so
at some point at Flagler.
She still has a season t6 play
lor Keystone, but Jolley can't
help but he overcome
emotionally when she thinks
about playing for Flagler.
"Every time I think about it I
get nervous," she said.
Nerves aside, those who
know Jolley believe she will
shine when she gets her
opportunity.
"I think that she'll fit right in
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new motel-Sleep Inn-is currently under construction,


WALDO
Continued from page 4B

\\ide. with stumps cut to
ground level. Low spots were
to be lined with pine poles and
streams were to be bridged.
Bellamy began the road at
Picolata on the west bank of
the St. Johns, taking a
southerly route passing south
of Lake Santa Fe through
Melrose. From Melrose. the
road turned in a northerly
direction, passing through
Ne\\ nansville (near the present
cit\ of Alachua), crossing the
natural bridge where the Santa
Fe River goes underground,
north of Lake City and
-continuing west to Pensacola.
While Bellamy constructed
.only sections of the road, the
road became known as
Bellamy Road. The serpentine
road is 455 miles long.
\.'hen Bellamy Road was
buih, Florida was virtually
uninhabited, particularly south
of a line running east to west,
between St. Augustine and
Tallahassee, and Indians
roamed freely throughout the
peninsular. Men and women
entering Florida prior to the
building of Bellamy Road
were adventurers and pioneers
Some came to settle land
claims for farming, but others
came because it represented
the frontier in a temperate
zone.
The vast majority of
immigrants came into north
Florida from Georgia and
South Carolina, where cotton
was king and available land
ala- M srT for ,iiS"m,
states, and plantation life with
vast acreage farms were passed
by inheritance to succeeding
generations. Young families
without access to inherited
land found tough going in
getting started in farming, but
emigrating to north Florida
provided an option with land
available for the taking.
After Bellamy Road was
completed in 1826, early
arrivals naturally settled near
the road and later arrivals had
to look farther afield for land.
It was in this era that
communities such as Melrose
and Waldo began to spring up.
Outside north Florida,
events that would change the
course of history were shaping
up. The invention of the steam
engine made steamboats and
railroads possible. By 1850,
tourists were coming to
Jacksonville by steamships,
then traversing the St. Johns
River to Green Cove Springs
to drink and bathe in the sulfur
water for its health properties.
Trains were already running in
northern states and would be
running between Fernandina
and Cedar Key before the Civil
War began.
Tracks were laid through
Waldo about 1858 with the
145-mile rail line between the
two coasts completed in 1860.


The first train ran Itr ii
Fernandina to (C'edar kc'
March 1, 1861. Rebels fired ion
Fort Sumter in (C t i. .
Harbor April 12. 1861. amnd ai
Civil War was under \\ .
During hostilities, the rail lite
was severely damaged bI,
northern troops, but it \\tw
rebuilt after the war, e\pinidoi
and returned to acli\it\ .
Seeds for the C'iNil War \\ cic
sown long before the firing ,on
Fort Sumter, and the issue \\:i
slavery, although mania pcopl'
in the South touled "Sitie'
Rights" as the basis for lii.
fighting. Anticipating \ ar. aml
wishing to escape comtiit.
many people mo\ ed to Floridi.
but the ruse failed to i uis:ile
them from conscription. I li
long arms of the military dral
reached into north Florida ia i
sent militarily-able men iinti
the armed forces.
Florida saw skirmiislh.
during the war. but tlie c, i
major battle came in Fehrulri
1864 when Union forces i;
Confederate forces at Oceacn
Pond in Baker Coumii
(sometimes called the Battle of
Olustee) and were driven back
into the shallow lake. It was
one of the few times in which
southern forces overwhelmed
Union forces.
The war ended in Apiil
1865. The ending of slavcr\
brought deep-scated changes
throughout the Southland, wiI'


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the.' iniui\ o(f people into north
! oiil.a accelerating rapidly,
not o!l\ Ifrom Georgia and
Soul C(arolina, but from
Inorlthrn climes. While
s utIllh' r imlllligrallts came to
1 l1a!:,l co nventional -farms
plantingn' corn, )peanuts, and
.'oltot, northeIn immigrants
camrc. esLtblis h citruts gro \'s.
W'o I 11. [n tlt herin immn grants
scllie-, thei\ brought northern
HltiIc ;inllt m h ill opera houses,
clirhu ', and other amenities,
cI tlili itn'. the communities
i'( 1i\ hllicl thle came and
tCictLin M1 an1 affluence
ul.kol\ \ 1 tn o Inost soutlhelners.
i'li citrus industry
pro'-;p['io d as Car north as
A\lrtchlia ('ol ntlN, \\ith groves
Joiwn ;,I. .. ii.-1 in the sandy
,oil i, the lake country, but
Ir'o\\cirs i llthe Melrose area
Iaccd a problem \\ith the
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\Vitholtii na\ igable streams or
riilroaids, mIoving the large
M ilt _l of citrus products was
iniiossiiblc. A two-omule wagon
cottll iriLtnsport a maximum
I .t()) oipounds of fruit over the
s'laid roads to Palatka-a two-
(da, round trip-to loading
docks tor shipment to northern
markets. Fruit growers were
desperate for a means to get
their fruit to a shipping point.
In S879, the Santa Fe Canal
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constr action of a two-mile


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canal connecting Lake Santa
Fe with Lake Alto that was
wide and deep enough to
accommodate small steam
boats that ferried fruit and
passengers between Melrose
and Waldo. Commercial traffic
on the canal declined around
1920, but use of the canal for
pleasure craft continued until
recent years. It is now owned
by Alachua County, but not
maintained. Canoes and light
boats may be able to navigate
the canal, but clearing and
dredging is needed if fishing
boats are to be accommodated.
Waldo is currently negotiating
with Alachua County to gain
possession of the canal in
hopes of adding it to the
"Alachua Blue Way" for
recreational purposes.
Use of the canal for ferrying
citrus fruit to the railhead at
Waldo was short lived. Florida
suffered two freezes-one
Dec. 29, 1894, and another
five weeks later on Feb. 7,
1895-the second of which
killed citrus trees throughout
north Florida and ended
commercial citrus growing.
Towns such as Melrose,
Waldo and Evinston (near
Orange Lake) became ghost
towns as citrus grove owners
abandoned homes and property
and returned to their former
homes up north.
Waldo became a named
community where the railroad
crossed Bellamy Road, with an
established post office in 1858.
Prior to getting their own post
office, area people were served
by a postal unit at Fort Harley,
a military post on the Santa Fe
River just north of Waldo. A
municipal government ..was-,
-f6ired by local "'side'~nl
1876. The town was
incorporated Aug. 1, 1907.
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and has worked for the city
approximately eight years--
five years as city manager.
Worley knows the town and its
people and enjoys living in the
community. She likes the
small-town atmosphere and
wants the town to prosper, but
does not necessarily want it to
get much larger. When asked
about the town's needs,
Worley responded
immediately that the town's
sewer system is maxed out and
money must be found for
updating and enlarging the
system. The new business
buildings on U.S. 301 have
added to the system's load and
further construction will pose
serious problems.
What does the future hold
for Waldo? Look first at the
small towns on U.S. 301
between Ocala and Macclenny,
Citra, Island Grove,
Hawthorne, Orange Heights,
Waldo, Starke, and Lawtcy.
The towns have remained
largely unchanged for decades
except for some highway
changes in Waldo and Starke.
U.S. 301 now has four lanes,
replacing the two-lane roads
carrying traffic prior to 1960.
A dangerous right angle turn
on the south end of Waldo was
bypassed and the overpass was
built over the CSX railroad on
which speeding trains ran,
improving safety and moving
traffic expeditiously through
town.
In Starke, U.S. 301 was
widened and street parking
discontinued. The two right-
angle turns on and off Call
Street were bypassed, easing
congestion through the city
with two highways-S.R. 16
and S.R. 100-crossing the
busy north-south highway.
For whatever reason, the


booming population of II orida
hasn't done a great deal f( >r the
towns along the major I orth-
south highway in north-ci~ntral
Florida, and growth has been
slow. Starke and Waldo, with
new commercial building s on
U.S. 301, seem to be
awakening to growth, but
population numbers re main
stubbornly constant. The area,
with a major univ( ersity
centrally located and two
community colleges, pro vides
educational opportuI cities
rarely equaled and i ever
surpassed elsewhere. A bout
equidistant from either co. ast, it
is the safest area in the st; ife in
regards to hurricanes, with
beaches and saltwater fi shing
within easy driving dist ance.
Residents and visitors cai feel
the changing seasons th itt are
usually pleasant except in the
hottest months. All forrns of
transportation are rn adily
available, so why hasn't the
area enjoyed the growth seen
in other sections of the st Ate?
Waldo is in an enviable
position, being located near
Gainesville, and its future lies
in improving infrastructure to
attract people who like sr naller
communities near their jobs in
metropolitan comm ercial
communities. When the: real
estate market return s to
normal, developers should take
a new look at Wald o for
building homes. While
Gainesville has been looking
westward for the past several
years, the investment by' Wal-
Mart sends a new sign.a l that
east Gainesville has been
neglected far too long;, and
there's money to be made in
developing the low-cost 'vacant
land on S.R. 24, especially in
Waldo, where city se,-vices,
including fire and police
protection, are available.









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BANKRUPTCY REAL ES-
TATE AUCTION RE#
28-08-23-004661-006-
00, 1.35 acres. Near 3rd
and Hwy 100, Keystone
Heights. Wooded area
near bike trail, near Lake
Geneva. Possibly land-
locked, near other prop-
erties with good access.
Sealed bid sale. To bid to
go www.stevemurrayauc-
tion.com. Click on auc-
tions, top left of website.
Ore mail spmurray@bell-
south.net, or call 904-635-
0035 for auction details.
All bids open 12/05/08.
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Land for Sale
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
(owner/agent).


STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA- 1 1/2 lots. Call
386-496-0683 or 352-
284-7608.
2 ACRES CLEARED.
Sampson City, Wynn Ce-
mentary Rd. 12794 SW
86th Ave, Starke. Includes
septic tank and well. No
impact fee if you wish to
move a mobile home on
the property. $35,000.
Please call Dewey at 904-
38-3573.
220 ACRES SOUTH
GEORGIA. Rolling wood-
land with deer and turkey.
Includes cabin with deep
well and a creek on paved
road. Asking $1,750 per
acre, call 912-568-7480.

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Commercial
Property
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.


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Since 1977
Alien E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-91261E;

Christmas Special!
1st Months Rent Moves You In!
Mimosa Manor Mobile Home Park
15039 SE CR 230-A Starke, FL 32091
Several nice units ready for rent!
2/2 $450 New carpet, paint & lin.
2/1 $425 Bright, large yard space!
2/2 $550 Beautiful All redone!
3/2 $550 Large yard & deck.
2/1 $450 Big Carport nice unit.
3/2 $550 Nice spot & deck
All units include-lawn service and garbage.
All units have stoves & refrigerators.
On site laundry services soon.
Vacant Lots also available $300 lot rent.
Please Call Nancy: (904) 964-5427


For Sale
in a down Real Estate
Market... It may take a little
longer to find a buyer...
Hang in and something
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In Melrose. Slarke. Keystoine. Laley,l
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and taxes, or all 4 offices
lor $290 each plus utilities
and taxes Call 352-275-
8531 tc-day lor a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SO FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.

OFFICE BLDG STARKE
newly remodeled, in-
cludes 3 separate offices,
break room, kitchenette,
restroom, w/w carpet,
heat pump,prewired for
phones, computers, se-
curity, 10-space parking
lot, $395 per month. Call
904-966-1334 or 904-
964-8786.

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Homes for Sale
$69,900 3/2 WITH APPLI-
ANCES BUILT ON YOUR
LOT Go to www.dugard-
construction.com or call
904-259-5008.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
HOMESTAR FINANCIAL
offers 100% financing,
30-year fixed rate for your
area. Call Gayle at (904)
714-1435.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, small lot,
1.5 miles from Shands
Hospital, on 230A. Com-
pletely remodeled, almost
everything new including:
electric, well, carpet, tile,
AC, $109,000. Call 904-
964-8602 after 6pm.


BEAUTIFUL 2300 SQ FT
3BR/2.5BAon .5 acre, lots
of builder upgrades, Key-
stone Gold Course area,
$289,000. Contact Kenny
Gibbs with Campus Re-
alty at 352-494-0012.
LAND AND HOME FOR
SALE HANDY MAN
SPECIAL. Jacksonville
and Starke areas, 3/2.
Financing available to
qualified buyer. No clos-
ing cost or points, low
down payment. Call 800-
395-4414.
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Mobile Homes
for Sale
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRA'S that you don't
know about or don't plan
for? Then buy my 2009
28 x 80 for $67,000, or
my 28 x 60 4 bedroom
for $57,500, includes
permits, well, septic and
power pole, all hook-ups,
set-up, A/C, skirting &
steps. No impact fees in-
cluded. Call Bruce or Lynn
at 352-378-2453.
RARE FIND USED 28 X 52
super clean. 1998 Fleet-
wood 3BR/2BA. 50th an-
niversary celebration. De-
liver to your lot, 1 year old,
A/C, insulated windows,
upgrade insulation, must
see, must sell $21,500..
Call 386-344-8502, ask
for Lynn.
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Fleetwood, 3BR/2BA, 28
x 64, real wood floors,


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Starting at $579.00/Mo.
W/D hook-ups Pool
eComputer Room Fitness Center*
Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

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2/1 Mobile Home w/lake access $450/mo &
security.
S1/i Cottage in Keystone w/lae au.. $Wni' &
security.
2/1 Triplex w/lake access. $500/mo & security
I/ Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo & security.
1/1 Apartment including all utilities unfurnished
in Melrose area $650/mo & security.
3/2 MH in Hampton $675/mo & security.
2/1 With garage on Little Lake Geneva $700/Mo. &
security.
3/2 Mobile Home in Keystone Heights $750/mo &
security.
2/1 Home w/garage on Lake Geneva. $825/Mo. &
security.
3/2 Home in Melrose, Clay County $850/mo &
security.
3/1.5 Home in Keystone $900/mo & security
2/1 Cottage in IEarleton $925/mo & security.
3/2 Home in Melrose on Santa Fe Canal
$1,000/mo & security.
4/3 on Lake Santa Fe $1,500/mo & security.


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
I&109041 9045069
I 405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com


SALE OR LEASE
1101 Colley Road available mid-Dec. Walk to Southside school
or nursing home. New architectural shingle roof. Baths
remodeled. Fenced backyard. Family room.
$135,000 or lease for $900.00 per month.


FOR RENT: Large
3 BR/2 BA, double
carport
$900.00 per month


$579. W/D hook-ups,
fitness center, computer
room, pool. Pets wel-
come. Whispering Oaks
Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STUDIO APARTMENT -
UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$400/mth. First and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
CHRISTMAS MOVE IN
SPECIAL $700. $500 per
mnth plus $200 deposit.
2BR/1BA MH, washer/
dryer, CH/A, newly remod-
eled, private safe location.
Call 386-562-3408.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security. Call 904-964-
4303.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
EXTRA CLEAN MOBILE
HOME. Available Novem-
ber 20. Safe, quiet lakev-
iew near town, screened
porch. $550/mth plus
deposit, senior citizen
discount. Service animals
only. Call 352-226-6226.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
2BR MOBILE HOME.
Shed, patio, large fenced
yard. Very clean, service
animals only. $600/mth
plus security. 10 miles
west of Starke. Call 386-
496-0683.
2/1 IN RAIFORD ON CR229.
$500/MTH, plus $500/
dep, service animals only.
Call 386-431-1917 or 904-
966-1396.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus security
deposit. Near schools,
huge deck, trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.


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* 2BR/IBA, Comer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.....$59,500
* 3BR/1BA, Orange St. Seller will pay up to
$1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....$99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lots on canal at
Crosby Lake .............$29,900 & $37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
................................REDUCED $29,950
* 9.82 ac. in Hampton-owner fin. ....$63,830
* 23 ac. in Hampton-owner fin. ......$149,500
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on 1 acre off
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* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212 sq. ft. Starke .............. $147,200
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1246 sq. ft. Starke.........................$149,900
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vinyl siding, single roof,
skirting, A/C, decks, this
is a must see, $27,000.
Call 386-344-8502 ask for
Lynn.
HAMPTON, LAND, MO-
BILE PACKAGES. Call
352-468-1011, financing
possible.
DWMH FOR SALE 3BR/
2BA, good condition out-
side, inside needs help.
Must be moved, $3,500
OBO. Call 352-284-
3159.
1997 Manufactured home
3BR/2BA, warrantied ap-
pliances, AC/H, skirting,
front and back wooden
steps, for further informa-
tion call 352-318-9262,
ask for Jessie.

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For Rent
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 cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to orison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BR OR LAKEFRONT 2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at


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Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
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Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
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KEYSTONE RENTAL 3!2
$750/mth rent plus depos-
it Near schools, fenced int
back yard, trash and post
control included, service
animals only Call 352-
473-8055
3BR/2BA MH ON 6 fenced
acres, den, gated, next
to Bradford Co Schools
Available Dec 1, $625
per month Call 352-328-
5883.
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre.
close to town, $600 per
month, plus security, 352-
475-6260
3BR/2BA DW on 2 acres
with pole barn. Bayless
HWY, $675 per month
plus deposit. Call 904-
368-9762.
3BR/2BA VERY CLEAN,
CH/A, new appliances,
large yard, $535 + depos-
it, call 904-364-8301.
DWMH IN COUNTRY SET-
TING 3BR/2BA. Hampton.
SW at the same location
also available. On CR 18.
Call 352-473-3728.
NICE, NEAT & NOT WAIT-
ING! 2BR/2BAsinglewide
Keystone location. CH/A,
city water, all appliances,
$495 rent and $600 secu-
rity. Credit report required.
Carroll Rentals & Man-
agement, Inc 352-473-
1025
STARKE 2 HOMES TO
choose from. 3/2 DWMH
with CH/A. $550/mth
plus deposit 2BR/1.5BA
SW, $450 per month plus
deposit, outside city limits.
Call 352-235-6319.
BIG BEAUTIFUL HOME
2900 SO FT. 4BR/3BA
only $1,000 per month,
you can't go wrong great
location. Call 904-710-
9650.
INCREDIBLE DEAL LAKE
FRONT homes only sub-
division, your own dock,
awesome view, $1000
per month, OBO Call 904-
710-9650.
3BR/2BA DWMH with fire-
place, ceiling fans, on 3
acres, animals allowed.
First & last months rent.
Starke area, call 904-769-
4429.


PARTIALLY FURNISHED
2BR/2BA doublewide,
mobile home Nestled in
quiet, wooded acreage on
Santa Fe River in Union
County $650 a month,
service animals only Call
386-496-2030
WALDO VILLAS 2BR
APARTMENTS availibl,c
$455. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.
3BR/2BA, W/D HOOK UP,
stove, refrigerator. D/W,
with extras, in Clay County
Schools. 7318 Villa Nova
Drive. $695 per month,
$600 deposit. Call 352-
475-5533 or 352-226-
9220., rent $795, deposit
$700. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220.
2BR/1BA EAST SIDE OF
Lake Santa Fe, with dock,
stove, refrigerator, dish-
washer, w/d hookup.2844
SE CR 218, Melrose,
$695 per month, deposit
$600. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220.
RENT OR OWN. 3BR/
1.5BA, Keylsone Heights
area. Call Polly at 352-
478-1190.
3BR/2BA HOME IN PARK
OF THE PALMS, excel-
lent condition, $825 per
month. Call 352-475-1800
or 352-494-0057.
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533-2210.
2BR/1BA in Hampton area,
service animals only. $450
per month, $450 deposit.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
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setting. CH/A. Kitchen/
living room combina-
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fireplace. Washer/dryer
hook-ups and attached
storage shed. Water,
septic, security lights and
outside mowing included.
$700/mth, first, last and
security. Call 352-475-
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information.
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KH boys open
district soccer
slate with 2-0
win over Rams
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff" Writer
Justin Hedding and Logan
Stanley each scored a goal as
the Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team opened District 5-
3A play with a 2-0 win over
Interlachen Nov. 21 in
Interlachen.
The Indians (3-1 prior to
Nov. 24) got assists from Trey
Bland and Justin Hannah,
while keeper Tim Frysinger
made nine saves.
It was the second shutout
win of the week for Keystone,
which was coming off of a loss
to Fernandina Beach. The
Indians, after opening the
season with a win over The
Rock, defeated Fort White 8-0
on Nov. 17. Hedding recorded
the hat trick with three goals,
while Bland and Hannah
scored two apiece. Darby
Johns scored the other goal.
Austin Groves recorded
three assists, while Bland had
two. Hannah, Johns and Miles


Bennett each had one.
Frysinger made three saves.
Keystone played Oak Hall
Nov. 24 and will travel to play
Palatka Monday, Dec. 1, at 7
p.m. The Indians then travel to
Live Oak Tuesday, Dec. 2, to
play Suwanee at 7 p.m.


Lady
Tornadoes
open with win
over Keystone

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Demetria Slocum did just a
little bit of everything in
leading the Bradford girls'
basketball team to a 48-30
season-opening win over
Keystone Heights on Nov. 17.
Slocum scored a game-high
20 points for the Tornadoes,
who outscored the visiting
Indians 14-2 in the opening
quarter. She also had nine
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rebounds.'
Farah Duhart led Bradford
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score in double figures:
Shannon Gray with 14 points
and Morgan Maxwell with 10.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 2 15 8 5-30
BHS: 14 12 10 12-47

Scoring
Keystone (30): Gray 14,
Maxwell 10, Simmons 2,
Smoak 4. Free throws: 8-15.

Bradford (48): Duhart 4, C.
Jackson 6, S. Jackson 2,
Molina 2, Portis 8, Slocum 20,
Williams 6. Free throws: 5-
17.

Torandoes lose
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Slocum scored 18 points, but
it was not enough as Bradford
lost its District 2-4A opener
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.The Raiders outscored
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Bradford's early-season
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who shot just 29 percent from
the line in their season-opening
win against Keystone, made 5-
of-13 attempts against Santa
Fe.
Bradford Scoring (48): Cragg
3, Duhart 6, Jackson 6, Molina
4, Portis 3, Slocum 18. Free
throws: 5-13.


Keystone girls

rebound, beat
Oak Hall
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Shannon Gray scored a
game-high 20 points to help

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Red Sox go undefeated
The minor league Red Sox went undefeated this year with eight wins and one tie,
with the tie coming against the Gainesville Braves. Pictured are: (kneeling) Hayden
Page, (first row standing, I-r) Jonathan Carmichael, Morgan Shemer, Dominic
Byrne, David Bass, Alec Nazworth, (second row standing, I-r) Wyatt Shemer, Dalton
Page, Jesus Ochoa, Thomas Allen, Owen Southerland, Austin Binczak, Casey
Coleman, (third row standing, I-r) coach Kelly Shemer, coach Greg Page and coach
David Bass.


the Keystone girls' basketball
team win its home opener 49-
38 against Oak Hall on Nov.
18.
The Indians (1-1), who lost
their season-opener against
Bradford, trailed after the first
quarter, but outscored the
visiting Eagles the rest of the
;way. They led by five at the
half and increased their lead to
10 heading into the final
quarter.
Gray, who also dished out a
team-high seven assists, was
joined in double figures by
Karleigh Smoak, who scored
15 points.
Morgan Maxwell pulled
down 11 rebounds for
Keystone.
The Indians open District 6-
3A play Tuesday, Dec. 2,
when they travel to Lake
Butler to play Union County at
7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
OH: 13 8 8
KHHS: 11 15 13


9-38
10-49


Keystone scoring (49):
Barkett 2, Casas 1, Gray 20,
Heavrin 5, Maxwell 2,
Simmons 2, Smoak 15, Zinkel
2. 3-pointers: Heavrin, Smoak.
Free throws: 11-16.

Keystone
girls' YBA

clinic is set
for Dec. 13
The Keystone Heights girls'
YBA program will be hosting
an all-day clinic on Saturday,
Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. until 4
p.m. Camp is scheduled from 9
a.m. until noon, followed by
lunch noon-I p.m. and a guest
speaker 1-2 p.m. Games will
be played from 2 p.m. until 4
p.m.
Program participants will
not only have the chance to
play on that day, but will have
an opportunity to play a five-
minute quarter with a running


ALL LADY GOLfERS
Mark Your Calendars
Ladies Golf Association will be starting in
January 2009
Orientation Meeting:
Tuesday. Dec. 2. 2008 7:30 p.m.
Keystone Golf & Country Club-Club House
Refreshments Served ALL LEVELS WELCOME
Working Ladies: We will have a time for
you! Bring friends and Ideas
Contact: Margie Dersham 473-8942
E-mail: justrightacres@hughes.net
-. Cathy Boyd 473-4922
E-mail: catch bo d352@msn corn
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clock during halftime of a
Keystone Heights High School
girls' varsity basketball game.
On Saturday, Jan. 31, a
tournament will be held
beginning at' 8 a.m. It will
consist of two different age
brackets: third-fifth grade and
sixth-eighth grade.
For more information on
YBA and its costs, please call
Jessica Carter at (352) 473-
4844 ext. 2314, Deborah
Feagle at (352) 473-1432 or
Richard Bland at (352) 473-
1492. Registration forms may
also be picked up at Keystone
Heights High School.

Sign-ups are
ongoing for
Starke Rec.
Dept. youth

basketball
Registration for youth
basketball offered by the
Starke Recreation Department
is currently under way and will
last through Monday, Dec. 15.
The sport is available for the
following age groups, with
Dec. 31, 2008, as the age-
determining date: 4-7, 8-10,
11-13 and 14-17.
Clinics will be held
Tuesday, Dec. 16, and
Thursday, Dec. 18, at the
following times: 3-3:30 p.m.
for 4-7-year-olds, 3:30-4 p.m.
for 8-10-year-olds, 4-4:30 p.m.
for I 1-13-year-olds and 4:30-5
p.m. for 14-17-year-olds.
The fee is $20 per child and
is due by Wednesday, Dec. 31.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


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every job, service call, with courtesy, professionalism and honesty.

CFAC would like to take this opportunity to publicly apologize to anyone who felt they were not treated in
this manner, or felt they didn't receive the quality for which they paid.

With over 15,000 customers served, I hope this percentage is a small one.

During tough economic times, that everyone is now facing, now is the time for everyone to come together and
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service technicians to visit your home for your service or maintenance needs, to ensure you have no costly
breakdowns and that your system is running at its optimum performance. As everyone knows, breakdowns
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Here are a few examples:
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equipment is purchased before the end of 2008.
This is my way to say THANK YOU for 12 years of service to our customers and my community, and
hopefully a small way to help in today's turbulent times also. A special thanks to some of those who have been
a blessing to me:
My Saviour Jesus, my wife, Vanessa; my children, Erin, Ethan and Elise; my parents J.T. and Linda Parrish, Jerome Johns;
Phillip Johns and Shands Howard of Community State Bank; Marvin Pritchett, Pritchett Trucking; Jimmy Davis, Davis
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