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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: December 11, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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December 11, 2008


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3 LB men

charged

in Baker

man's

beating
BY MICHELLE HARRIS
The Baker County Standard
Police captured two Union
County men wanted in
connection with the beating
of a local
man in the
parking lot
of a fast food
restaurant,
and a. third .
surrendered
to authorities .
Dec. 9.
Donald ,
Brewington,
29, of Lake Brewington
Butler was
arrested
Nov. 20, and
charged with
aggravated-
battery in
the Nov. 14
attack on
Vince Allen
Bennett in the
parking lot
of the Burger Tatum
King on
S.R. 121 in
Macclenny.
The incident
took place oe
following
a verbal
altercation at -
Macclenny's
121 Club.
Brew ington
is currently Smith
being held
at the Baker
County Detention Center on a
$100,000 bond.
Investigators with the
Baker County Sheriff's Office
concluded that two additional
men who were at the scene
during the beating were more
involved than originally
thought.
Bob Tatum, 36, of Lake
Butler was being sought by
police on a charge of principal
to aggravated battery. Chief
InvestigatorChuck Brannan said
that Tatum helped to facilitate
the injury to Bennett by acting
as a lookout and keeping others
from assisting or interfering
during the attack. Tatum, who
was to have turned himself
in on Dec. 5, surrendered to.
Baker County authorities on
Dec. 9, and is being held on a
$100,000 bond.
Thomas Smith, 30, also of
Lake Butler, was arrested Nov.
20 on the same principal to
aggravated battery charge. He
was released on a$100,000
bond.








Holiday
closings:
Lake Butler City Hall will
be closed Wednesday-Friday,
Dec. 24-26, for the Christmas
holiday and again on Jan. 1,
2009 for New Year's Day.
City of Lake Butler garbage
pick up dates: Lake Butler's
regular trash pick up day of
Thursday will be altered due to
the Christmas and New Year's
holidays. Instead of pick up
on Thursday, Dec. 25, pick up
will be Friday, Dec. 26. Instead
of pick up on Thursday, Jan.
I, pick up will be on Friday,
Jan. 2.
The Union County Public
Library will be closed
Wednesday-Sunday, Dec. 24-
28, for the Christmas holidays
and again on Thursday' Jan. 1,
for the New Year holiday.


Rec Complex: Work not done but money paid?


Concerns and
costs to complete
construction are to
be addressed at the
next county public
meeting to be held
on Dec. 15, at 7
p.m.

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Several members of the
community. especially those
with children involved in
Babe Ruth baseball,' are
concerned about the unfinished
construction at the O.J. Phillips
Recreation Complex. and many
wonder if, in fact, it will' be
completed by the time the'new
baseball season rolls around in
January.
As reported in last week's
edition of the Times, County
Commissioner Jimmy Tallman
is expected to give a full report
of what needs to be done and


what the cost to the county
will be at the next commission
board meeting on Dec. 15.
Tallman met with Richard.
Tillis, owner of R&D
Consulting Services. 'the
company hired to oversee and
manage the construction along
with Union County Babe Ruth
Association President Richard
Wright to discuss the status of
the project.
A contract was drawn up
between R&D Consulting and
the Union County Board of
Commissioners in September
of 2007. whereas. the firm was
hired to provide construction
management services for the
construction of a new. grant-
funded concession building and
appurtenances (mainly two new
ball fields) at the recreation
complex. The project was to be
completed by April 30. 2008.
The contract. signed by Tillis
and then-county board chairman
Wayne Smith. stipulates that
the services, to be provided h\
R&D are ihat of coordination
and supervision of material
acquisition and construct on
to include private contract and
inmate labor to complete the


$200,000 grant-funded project.
The contract also stipulated
that R&D would be paid more
.than $11,000 to see the project
was completed, and was in fact,
paid in full for such service in
April this year.
Why exactly R&D was paid
in full and whv authorized the
final paymentwIv enthecompany
had not met its contractual
obligation is
something
expected to be
addressed by the
commissioners
at the Dec. 15
meeting. But
R&D is not the
only company
county checks
were written
to for work not
completed at the
complex.
The problem
thecounty isnow ,
facing is that the
$200.000 grant
has already
been reduced
h\ nearly\ eight The part
percent. or women's
$15.979. for not


completing the job by the April
30 deadline date. Documents
provided by the county show
that in addition to the grant
being reduced to $184,020, the
project is currently $27,540 in
the hole and even more money
will be needed to finish the
job.
Just where all the money was
spent has not been completely


explained, especially
considering the several high
dollar labor and materials items
that were donated for the job.
Wright said that Andrews
Site Prep donated the septic
tank, two lift pumps and the
control panel for the system.
There was no cost for hooking
up the septic system.
See COMPLEX, p. 8A


ition walls for this mei's restroom facility as well as the
s restroom facility were paid for but never delivered and
installed.


Stay informed.


Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch.


Express yourself. Know your community.


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261


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The UCHS Tiger drum line pounds out a little Christmas rhythm during the parade.


City Manager John Berchtold gives Santa's elves Loni Lilliston
and Janine McSpadden a check for $300, the amount won by
parade float winners who graciously donated it back to the Big
Red Christmas Drive.


The Lake Butler Rotary Club took first place in the non-profit division with this
huge float full of lots of Christmas wishes.


Santa's workshop was featured on Lake Butler Hospital's first-place winner in the
commercial division. Photo courtesy of Tamrmy Keho.


Christmas


came early for


these kids...


There were 32 lucky children
whose names were drawn to
receive a brand new bicycle for
Christmas following the city of
Lake Butler Christmas parade.
The winners were Megan
Settles (age 9), Byron
Harvey (6), Jenny Woods (7),
Taylor Thornton (7), Antonio
Hendrieth (11), Kayla Little
(10), Tommy Woods (9),
Charlie McCastle (12), Jay Cob
(9), Natalie Moss (11), Akia
Carter (12), Chase English (12),
Nathan Amparo (11), Denisha
Holton (12), Isa Turknett (5),
Kelsey Thornton (1.1), Bailey
Garrett (7), Christian Rainey
(9), George Metz (9), Anieca
Robins (5), Samira Hampton
(8), Patricia Clark (5), Zach


Christmas
bingo at the
library
On Saturday, Dec. 13, from
6-8 p.m., bring the family
to the Union County Public
Library to play bingo. Bingo
cards are 50 cents each, or three
for $1. You can win holiday
prizes. For more information,
call (386) 496-3432.

NRPLC meets
Jan. 8
The New River Public
Library Cooperative's regular
meeting of the governing
board has been postponed to
Thursday. Jan. 8. at 5 p.m.
Books are not absolutely
dead things, but do contain
a certain potency of life in
them, to be as active as the
soul whose progeny they
are; they preserve, as in
a vial, the purest efficacy
and extraction of the living
intellect that bred them.
John Milton


Elixson (10), Matt Cooper (9),
Grant Stephens (5), Angeliave
Williams (10), Tyler Waters
(5), Markaylen Harper (7), Will
Stephens (9), Kaydiq Trent
(9), Tyrell Udcll (7) and Sara
Waters (8).
The bicycles, fireworks and
other Christmas activities were
sponsored and paid for by the
following: Whitehust and Sons.
ROT Construction, Powell and
Jones, Avery Roberts, Swift
Creek Realty, Tom Jenkins
Electric, Lake Butler Rotary
Club, Florida Power and Light,
Union County Board of County
Commissioners, City of Lake
Butler Commissioners, Bill
McGill and Marjorie Driggers.


Story time
at the library
today
"Here Comes Santa Claus!"
story time at the Union County
Public Library today, Thursday,
Dec. I l,at 10a.m. Story time is
free and open to the public. For
more information, call (386)
496-3432.

uc
Republican
Party meets
tonight
The Union County Republican
Party's annual meeting for the,
installation of officers will be
held this evening, Thursday,
Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. The meeting
will take place at the home
of Republican Party Chairman
Renae Allen, located at 320
S.E. 4th Street, across from
Touchstone Heating and Air.

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Advertising Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting- Sylvia Wheeler


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Melisa Noble
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baseball camp will he held
Friday-Sunday,.-Jan. 2-4, in
Lake Butler. The camp will
include fundamental instruction
for all positions. Cost is $70
per camper and includes food
and drinks each day. Please
call Ryan at (904) 626-0309
or Mike at (904) 364-6064 to
register.

Bake sale will
bring cheer to
one LB family
A bake sale will be held on
Thursday and Friday, Dec. I -
12, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
the atrium at the Lake Butler
Hospital. Please stop by and
check out the assortment of
fresh baked goodies available
for sale.
All proceeds will go toward
the purchase of Christmas
gifts for a sponsored family


-in the communal I-or -more
information, please contact Liz
Croft at '(386) 496-2323 ext.
227:

VFW
Christmas
Party Dec. 13
The Lake Butler VFW Post
10082 will hold its annual
members and family Christmas
party on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 6
p.m. Santa will be on site from'
6:30-7:30 p.m.

FBLA to hold
fundraiser at
Dec. 13
The Union County High
School FBLA will host a
fundraiseron Saturday, Dec. 13,
from 8 a.m. to I p.m. inside the
school gymnasium. There will


:" he a hake sale, gift wrapping
and pictures with Santa. All
donations will go toward the
club's state competition costs.
For more information, contact
Stacy Worrell at (386) 496-
3040.

LBES 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
UCHS auditorium on Thursday,
Dec. 18, at 7 p.m. Admission
is $2 and LBES students
accompanied by an adult get in
for free. For more information.
please contact Pamr Carter at
(386) 496.3047.


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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints won second place in the non-profit division.


VFW members like Harold Pittman spruced up three-
wheeled bicycles adding gas engines. The bikes can
be engine propelled or pedaled, but the engines go up
to 50 mph and average about 150 miles per gallon.


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City Commissioners Ray Crawford, Scott Cason, Brantley Crawford and Fletcher Myers offer a wave as they ride
by on their float.


These are more scenes of holiday happenings captured on the streets
of Lake Butler during the annual Christmas parade.


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Fifth graders making straight
As for the first nine weeks
were (back row, I-r) Morgan
Worrell, Ashley Holt, McKenzie
Mobley, Karsyn Jenkins,
Savannah Baggett, Michelle
Johnson, Emilee Southwell, Lexi
Whitehead, Shelby McDowell,
Katherine DeShong, (front, I-r)
Lane Underhill, Wyatt Williams,
Treyce Hersey, Francisco
Gomez, Chance Oody, Kenton
Coburn, Wilbur Rogers, Amanda
Snyder and Jordan Pilcher. Not
pictured were Kindsey Norman,
Brandy Temes and Robert
Trueblood.


L a


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announces

straight A's

for first

9-weeks
Sixth graders making straight A's for
the first nine weeks were (back row, I-r)
Madison Ellis, Brianna Martin, Brittany
Handley, Macy Adams, Savannah Woodall,
Kelsey Thornton, Kierstin Jenkins, (front,
I-r) Patricia Will, Aubrey Carr, Crysta
Fairfield, Ashley O'Steen, Tyler Lewis,
Case Emerson, Robert Spitze, Christopher
Hodgson and (sitting) fifth-grader Brandy
Temes. Not pictured was Taylor Crosby.


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is not that you read a book, pass *** Books are not absolutely dead that bred them.
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December 11, 2008 TIMES Page 5A


Seventh graders making straight As for the first nine weeks-were (back row, I-r) Bradley
DeShong, Cole Temes, Rafael Sanchez-Gutierrez, Jeston Shadd, Taylor Andrews,
(middle, I-r) Jacque Husted, Holly Tucker, Taylor Wilkins, Cristina Hernandez, Shelbie
Regar, (front, I-r) Michaela Clemons, Taylor Cross, Haley Libby and Samantha Perez.


Not pictured were Brad Elixson, Joshua Mabry an



LBMS A-B honor

Lake Butler Middle School Taylor Furukaiva,. Brittany
students making the A-B Honor Gaylord, Joshua Glover,
Roll for the first nine weeks Kaitlyn Green, Stephanie
were as follows: Guadagnoli, Shelby Hopkins,
Fifth grade: Haley Barnes, Lethia Johnson, Brooke
Jackson Bennett, Philip Brown, Lamb, MaloryLemay, Mikhail
Fredrick Carter, JesstinCastillo, Lobatos, Marquha Mabery,
Courtney Christie, Nicholas Conner McAlister, Cody Miller,
Crawford, Kyle Davis, Carmen Brett Mitchell, Kindal Mobley,
Dobbs, Christopher Driggers, Jackson Molina,
Sidney Estes, Lavender Anna Nicholson, Brooke
Ferguson, Max Fisher, Robyn Parrish, Lane Parrish, Robert
Griffis, Clay Halle, Allie Parrish, Michelle Perez,
Hedman, Aaron Provin, Michael Rizer,
Cameron Holley, Braden Joshua Ruby, Meagan Sellers,
Jackson, Latavia Jackson, Latia Tristyn Southerland, Johnathan
Jackson, Kortney Jenkins, Stewart, Madison Thornton,
Kinedy Johnson, Latiyah Quatasha Watkins, Thomas
McDonald, Kurtis Melvin, Webb, Chase Wilkerson, Callie
Aleya Mendez, Victoria Worthington, Shyla Young and
Nettles, Chesney O'Hern, Adam Young.
Montana Parrish, Jacob Post, Seventh grade: Jordyn
Erika Rogers, Addison, Tristan Andrews,
Kevin Schlipf, Merideth Melissa Bair, Darren Barlow,
Schmidt, Valerie Seay, Carly Brandon Bell, Miranda Boyle,
Shaw, Emmanuel Sykes, Dalton Breanna Bryan, Brittany
Teston, Kaylan Tucker, Chad Byrd, Anna Castillo, Mikayla
Ward, Daryl Watkins, David Chandler, Savannah Chastain,
Watson, Brandon Werkheiser, Jessica Church, Randa
SummerWill,Abrilya Williams, Conner, Zorria Corbitt, Amber
Garrett Williams, Kymberlyn Crawford, Quay Drawdy,
Williams, Katie Zipperer and Jordyn Driggers, Austin
Jordan Zoltowski. Dukes, Travis Durant, Daquin
Sixth grade: Madison Edwards, David Elixson,
Archer, James Ash, Arthur AshleyFeltner, Marcia Fletcher,
BakerS-ilbi- ?Bar", "EfiinT 'VTF, Uru.W... Geoddyni-
Box, William Brown, Devin Green, Marissa Griffin, Garrett
Chavarria, Casey Church, Cody Hersey, Hannah Hicks, Kali
Church, Brenan Clyatt, Caleb Hill, Kendallyn Johns, Lauren
Cox, Aniston Crawford, Austin Johnson, Taylor Joyner,
Crews, Angel Cruz, Jordan Colton Kelley, Austin Long,
Davis, Alyssa Davison, Gavin Colten McAlister, Charlil
Drawdy, Kaleb Dubose, McCastle, Miranda Merritt,


up for those vwho-have made the
ultimate sacrifice? Why, in a
day and age when our soldiers-
are currently defending our
freedom, would we allow this


Resident
troubled

by acts of

disrespect
Dear Editor:
On Dec. 5, I saw a sight
that truly disturbed me. While
waiting on the Christmas
parade in Lake Butler to start, I
saw a group of children playing
on the Veterans Memorial. The
children appeared to be five
to six years of age. While I
understand the children did
not understand what they were
playing on, the adults around
them did.
We. as a community, have
set up a place where those of
Union County who made the
ultimate sacrifice are honored.
The adults there were allowing
the sacred place to be treated
like a jungle gym. The children
were running over the flowers
planted around, the monument.
There were a few occasions
when the wreath, placed there
on Veterans Day, was almost
knocked over. The entire time,
the adults in the area just looked
on.
I made an effort to correct
the situation, but my efforts
were rebuffed. As I went to say
something about the situation,
adults around me told me it
was none of my business and
to leave it alone. I decided to
ignore the naysayers and try
to stop what was going on. As
I made an effort, more people
began to. protest my actions.
"They're just kids," I was told.
My wife asked me to stop out
of fear that the crowd might
turn against me. I honored her
request knowing my efforts
might bring difficulty for my
family.
Has our society really come to
such a state that we won't stand


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Abraham, Ember Alldredge,
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Alexis Benefield, Dustin with a picture with Santa and Mrs. Claus the Christmas classic, "The Nutcracker
Bielling, Lane Bishop, Brooke for $5. Ballet."
Bonds, Devin Boone. Mariah Also, register to win gifts from Santa This year's event promises to be truly
Bowen, Kavia Bradley, Kelsey including a Fusion Electron Scooter, spectacular with guest artists including
Broker, James Brown, Homestyle Kitchen playset, board games internationally acclaimed professional
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Estes, Sara Fischer, Shakeylia cookies while watching a presentation by joining a cast of approximately 100 local
Griffin, Caitlyn Halle, Ashlyn the dancers at the Kelly Christie Dance dancers. The dancers have been preparing
Harden, Rebekah Harden, Academy as well as other entertainment, for months to bring this holiday tradition
Kelsey Harrison, Darci Cast your vote for the best decorated to the community.
Hendricks, Kristin Hodgson, door in the hospital and you will help The two performances will be presented
Tyler Hopkins, Leslie Horn, decide the winner of the 2008 Employee at the Union County High School
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Abigail Metz, Austin Morin, to the children at Little Rainbow Learning 2 p.m. and the evening show at 7:30 p.m.
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Historic moment in black history...


Members of the' UCHS
Black History Club answer the
question, "What do you feel
is the most significant impact
of having an African-American
president?"

DeAudra Jones
Overwhelmed, ecstatic,
accomplished, progress and
blessed...these are the words
that come to mind when I
think about having an African
American president. Nov' 4,
2008, marked a milestone for
us as a people. On that day,
Barack Obama made history
with his acceptance speech
in becoming the first African
American president of the
United States.
I was totally consumed by


every word that he allowed
to gracefully come out of his
mouth. I had such a sense of
pride.There were many thoughts
that were going through my
mind at that time, one being
that I had just witnessed a life-
changing event-not only for
African American history, but
the history of all people.
Looking back over past
centuries, Americans have
overcome a lot of hardships and
struggles. Unlike the whites,
African Americans were not
allowed to have civil rights,
properly educate themselves or
make choices on their own.
I've been blessed to have the
opportunity to hear stories from
my ancestors that have made me
appreciate and take pride today,
giving me strength to embrace


my future. Witnessing the tears
of happiness and joy run down
my great-grandmother's face
when she saw Obama win gave
me the confidence that I can
achieve any goal that I set for
myself. Barack Obama will not
only be my new president, he
will also be my new inspiration.
"Rosa sat so Martin can walk.
Martin walked so Obama could
run. Obama ran, now I can
fly."

Alisha Badger
This year, our country has
made history in so many ways,
but the one way that means
the most to me is by having
an African American president
elected into office. This event
goes to show how far we all


have come in this society. We
are able to be united as one and
to get along no matter what our
race may be.
Not only is it amazing that we
have our first black president of
the United States, but hopefully,
in the future, we will to elect
not only African Americans
and whites, but also those of
other races. This country is not
based on the color of our skin,
but by all the many different
colors and races that make it
up. This event goes to show
that all people are able to make
history and do great things in
their lifetimes.


Ellis nominated for award


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Union County High School
senior Brodie Ellis has been
nominated as an Old Spice Red
Zone Player of the Year.
For eight years now, Old
Spice, sponsored by Proctor
& Gamble Company, has
recognized high school
football players who go above
and beyond the call of duty,
particularly in the "red zone."
The program honors athletes
who are able to step up when
the heat is really on. Such
athletes as Ellis demonstrate
leadership, performance and
desire, and serve as examples
to their teammates on and off
the field.
UCHS Athletic Director and
Head Football Coach Andrew
Zow nominated Ellis for the
award.
"Brodie is a proven leader
on and off the field," said Zow.
"His GPA is above a 4.0 and he
was the third leading tackler on
the team this season."
In addition, Zow said Ellis
played hard every game and
was always willing to do
whatever the coaching staff
asked of him.


"A few
times this
year we
moved him
from his
normal tight
end position
to offensive
guard and
he did so
knowing the
team needed
him to make
the move,"
Zow said.
"At tight
end, he was
consistently
an .asset in
the passing
game when
we needed him, and did a great
job blocking this year."
As a result of this
achievement, Ellis is among
a select group of players who
are now eligible to be selected
as a national Red Zone Player
of the Year and be honored
in a full-page feature in USA
Today in February 2009. He
is also eligible to be named as
one of 50 national Players of
the Year. The top 50 players
nationwide will be named Red
Zone Players of the Year and
will receive a plaque and other
awards.


My ancestors didn't come over on the Mayyffower; but they
were there to meet the boat.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American Humorist, Actor


When you put down the good things you ought to have
done, and leave out the bad ones you did do -- well, that's
Memoirs.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American Humorist, Actor


We are the first nation in the history of the world to go to
the poorhouse in an automobile.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American Humorist, Actor

One ad is worth more to a paper than 40 editorials.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American Humorist, Actor


Brodie Ellis may earn
more awards, after being
nominated as the Old
Spice Red Zone Player of
the Year.


LETTER:
Continued from p. 7A

I just don't understand this.
We are patriotic at least two
days out of the year. So, is
it wrong to be patriotic the
other 363 days? Is it also wrong
to explain to other people's
children he\ are doing
something wrong? When I was
a child, if an adult corrected a
child, other adults would not
say a word. Today, we're not
supposed to get involved. I
believe that's the problem.
We've turned into a society
that does not take care of one
another. Yes, we have times
like Christmas when we give
to the needy, but we used to
take care of one another all the
time. A neighbor was in need
and the community rallied to
help. While that happens here
occasionally, it does not happen
like it used to. If we all-decided
to care a little more, maybe our
soldiers would be honored and
our neighbors would be real
neighbors.
Dylan Ford
Lake Butler


First United Methodist
Church of Lake Butler will
hold a Candlelight service on
Christmas Eve, beginning at
6:30 p.m. Bring a friend and
celebrate the gift of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Karen Sutherland would
also like to invite everyone
.to regular Sunday morning
worship services. Adult Sunday
school begins at 9:45 a.m. with
worship services to follow at
11 a.m. For more information,
please call (386) 496-2351 or
(386) 496-8417.

Magnolia Missionary
Baptist Church in Raiford will
hold its Christmas program on
Friday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m. On
Sunday, Dec. 21, the church
will hold a family and friends
homecoming day celebration
at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Henry
Ortiz and First Lady Jackie
Ortiz. Please dress down for the
event. For more information,
call (386) 431-1322.
Westside -Baptist Church.,
located at 10000 W. Newberry


Alishia Badger


Rd. in Gainesville,is sponsoring
the third annual Gainesville
Christmas Festival Dec. 11-14,
at 6 p.m. each evening and
a matinee show at 2 p.m. on
Sunday.
The event will portray the
entire biblical life of Christ,
featuring a large concert
section with more than 100
people in a voice choir, a 36-
piece orchestra and a Broadway
section with colorful costumes,
choreography, live animals and
many special effects.
Tickets are $5 per person and
children age five and under are
free. Advanced tickets can be
purchased by visiting the Web
site www.westsidebaptist.org
or by calling the church office
at (352) 333-7700 ext. 102.
Tickets will also be available
at the door, however, seats are
filling up quickly.
First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler, located at 195
E. Main St., presents, "Miracle
on Main Street," featuring a
60-member cast and children's
choir. Performances will be
held on Friday, Dec. 12, at 7
p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 14,
at 6 p.m. Admission is free. For
more information, call (386)
496-3704.
Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church, located at
4948 SW 107th Ave. in Lake
Butler, holds its regular Sunday
morning services at 8:30 a.m.
and 11 a.m. Bible study is at
9:30 a.m. Pastor Terry Elixson
invites everyone to attend "the
perfect church for imperfect
Speople.' o&f4are-4hfmat.ion..
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them on (Re Ath at \.


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DeAudra Jones


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New Beginning Holiness
Church invites everyone
to attend the regular Sunday
school from 10-11:15, followed
by the morning service at 11:30
a.m. with Pastor Samuel A.
Jackson. Bible study is held
every Wednesday evening at
7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of
Raiford serves as a distributor
for the Angel Food Ministry
as part of its community
outreach program. This food
ministry provides quality food
at a significant discount and
is available for purchase by
the public on a monthly basis.
Regular boxes come with
enough food to feed a family
of four for one week. The price
per box is $30, with no limit on
the amount of boxes that can
be ordered. A senior box menu
that includes 10 nutritionally
balanced and fully cooked
meals is also available. Orders
are taken during the first week
of each month and food is
distributed at the church on
the last Saturday of the month.
For more information, please
contact Pastor Joe Murphy at
(352) 235-1382.
Blackwelder Memorial
Freewill Baptist Church,
located on S.R. :121 in
Worthington Springs, holds
Sunday school services at 10
a.m. followed by the morning
worship service at 11 a.m.
Sunday evening service starts at
6 p.m. Wednesday night prayer
meetings begi 7pji p.m.
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Class of 1968

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big '4-0'
The 1968 graduating class
of Union County High School
gathered together on Oct. 25
at the Worthington Springs
Community Building for its
40t class reunion. There were
30 of the 57 living graduates
in attendance-some with their
spouses. The closeness of the
Class of 1968 has not faded, as
all in attendance were genuinely
happy to be together again.
The event was initiated and
planned by Janice Parrish
McPherson of Chadbourn,,
N.C. Assisting Janice with
decorating, programming and
cleanup were Joyce; Dukes
Gardiner of Herndon, Va.,
Marshall and Evelyn Frazier of
Wauchula, Betty CowenTidwell
of Eustis, Nolan Stewart of
Sanderson, Charlotte Dobson
Hodges of High Springs and
Gail Ward Peacock, Ramona
Sweat Dewees, Dave Mecusker
and Harriett Maines, all of Lake
Butler. :
Room decorations were done
in the school colors of purple
and gold and table decorations
and programs were done in the
class colors of turquoise and
silver, with table centerpieces
of white orchids, the class
flower.
The meal was catered by
Kathryn Griffis of Lake Butler.
There was a pictorial. border
around the room that included
pictures of the 1968 class from
first through twelfth grade.

The Class of 1968 went
through freshman initiation
at UCHS where they were
instructed to dress as "rats" on
Friday of the weeklong initiation
event. It seems as though the
"rats" they were tagged to be
in their freshman year evolved
into "pack rats" 40 years later.
Some class members were able
to dig into their pack rat boxes
and containers and locate the
class history, last wills and


The Union County High School Class of 1968 recently held its 40th Joy Dukes Gardiner, Charles Browning, (front row) Geraldine Reddish
reunion. Pictured are (back row, I-r) Janice Parrish McPherson, Barnhill, Cathy Parrish Faglie, Paula Hundley Horning, Paulette
Marshall Frazier, Mitchell Anderson, Marvin Griffis, Nolan Stewart, Dave Ellngton Davison, Betty Cowen Tidwell, Harriett Maines, Janie Taylor
Mecusker, Robert Taylor, Tom Hamilton, Linda K. Crawford Jones, Munson, Georgia Ann Jones and Emma Lee Henderson. (Not pictured
(middle row) Jackie Sapp Corley, Melba Reeves, Charlotte Dobson but In attendance was Betty Tanner Lehman.)
Hodges, Joey Sapp Pelham, Ramona Sweat Dewees, Earnest Copeland,
Pat Crawford Moody, Gail Ward Peacock, Charlotte Parrish Townsend,


testaments, graduation speeches
and even minutes from sixth-
grade class meetings.
Memorabilia filled the room,
and class members i enjoyed
going back in time. Gifts were
given to Nolan Stewart for
being the first classmate to
return his attendance form, Gail
Ward Peacock for being the
biggest "pack rat" of the class
and Joyce Dukes Gardiner for
traveling the furthest distance
to attend the reunion.
The group enjoyed a surprise
mystery guest, Will Rivers of
Lebanon, Tenn. Hats off to
Rivers for a nice surprise and a
great message!
As parting gifts, each class
member was given a CD of 1968
music created by Janice Parrish
McPherson and one created by
Tom Hamilton of Gainesville.
The group looks forward to a
subsequent gathering in five
years!
Submitted by Janice Parrish
McPherson


Howard returns


to Union Co.


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN '
Times Staff Writer~

A familiar face to many in
Union County, Lori Howard
was appointed as the new career
specialist at Union County
.High School earlier this month.
,She took over the job following
former career specialist Beth
Moore's election to the office of
Bradford County superintendent
of schools.
Howard is no stranger to
the Union County School
District, beginning her career
here in 1995 working at the
.county .office part-time with
the vocational director and in
the Pre-K department as she
completed her nursing degree.
"I actually started out taking
education courses wanting
to become a teacher, but
midway through college, I
changed to nursing," Howard
said. However, she found
.that being a single mom with
:young children at home, the
work hours required ..with a
nursing career would not be in'
the best interest of her family.
'From 2000-2007, she. taught
vocational health science at
Union County High School.
"I truly loved teaching and I
%probably would have gone in
everyday even if they didn't
*pay me," Howard said.:i't-
One of her greatest .rewards.
was receiving a card from a
.former student one day telling
Howard just how much her
guidance and instruction had
meant in helping the- student
make a career choice: in her
own life.
After a brief sabbatical,.
asking Howard to return to
UCHS as a career specialist
seemed like the perfect fit.
"Lori is a UC graduate and
I am proud to have her here,"
said Superintendent Carlton
;Faulk. "She taught our nursing
program for six years and was
instrumental in writing several
grants to get our high school
academies off the ground,"
Faulk said.
Working with children must
.run in the family, because three
of Howard's four sisters are
also educators.
Marcie Tucker teaches at
-Lake Butler Middle School
.and Denise Crawford teaches
:,as Lake Butler Elementary
School. Another sister, Cheryl
McDaniel, is school principal
*'at Sneads Elementary School
in Tallahassee. A fourth sister,
Denise Crawford, is a nurse
See HOWARD p. 8A


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
you 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 urrentaddre9s. 4youmay 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,
requirescertain automaticdisclosure
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
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UNION COUNTY is calling for and
requesting BIDS for:
BID# 09-04
.Liquid Petroleum Gas
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by The School
Board of Union County, Lake
Bu ter, Florida until December
18L 2008, 3:30 p.m., at ,which
time a public opening of all bids
will be held in the School Board
Administration Office Building. All
bids must be plainly marked on
the outside of the envelope: L.P.
Gas Bid #09-04. Bid forms on
which the bids must be submitted
are available upon request from
the Union County School Boar
Finance Department, 55 SW 6Lg
Street, Lake Butler, Florida, 32054
or by calling 386-496-2045 ext.
224. If any accommodations are
needed for persons with disabilities,
please contact the Union County
School Board at 386/496-2045.
In accordance with the Provisions
of ADA, this document may be
requested in an alternate format.
Michael Shockley
Director of Finance
12/04 2chg 12/11-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that sealed bids will be received
at the Administrative Office of the
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. (SREC, Inc.) until 11 a.m. on
December 22, 2008, the office
is located at 1171 Nobles Perry
Road, Live Oak, Florida 32064.
The bids will be opened and read
aloud to the public at 11 a.m. on
December 22, 2008. The projects
will be recommended for awarded
at the Board of Directors Executive
Committee meeting on January 5,
2009. The bidders must 'submit a
bid for the projects as described
below. : .
Three (3) identical 4,500 SF pre-
engineered metal buildings with
metal panel exterior and decorative
stone entrance. The project shall
include all interior finishes as
described in the building plans. The
buildings will be located in Gilchrist
County, Florida, Dixie County,
Florida and Union County, Florida.
Some tasks may be performed by
others (i.e. inmate labor force).
The site work will be bid separately
at a later date.
All work performed on this project
will be in conformance with the
engineering plans and with
the applicable Florida Building
Code(s).
The plans and bid forms may be
obtained.from the office of Bailey,
Bishop & Lane, Inc:, 871 SW SR
47, Lake City, Florida. during normal.


working hours, for a fee of $100.00
for this project. For questions
regarding this information, please
contact Sherri Espenship at (386)
752-5640.
Either a cashier check or a bid
bond in the amount of five percent
(5%) of the total bid amount
must accompany each bid that is
submitted.
The successful bidder will be
required to furnish the SREC, Inc.
with a performance bond and liability
insurance prior to commencing
work.
All bidders shall be Contractor's
properlylicensed bytheConstruction
Industry Licensing Board in the
State of Florida.
The SREC reserves the right to
reject any or all bids, to make
awards in the best interest of
SREC, Inc. and add to the contract
or delete from the contract based
upon budgetary limitations. -
Frances Terry
Executive Director
Suwannee River Economic Council
Live Oak, Florida
12/04 2tchg 12/11-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
,*;i HEARING
Tle6 Uynion County Housing
Partneqr hli Administrators will
hold a.~Ablic hearing on December
16, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. to receive
comment on the Affordable Housing
Incentives. The Public Hearing is
being held at the Suwannee River
Economic Council in U nkn County
located at 855 S.W. 51" Avenue,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054. If special
accommodations are necessary,
contact Matt Pearson at (386) 362-
4115, ext. 242.
12/11 ltchg-UCT
SIN THE-GIRGUIT GOURT OF
THE EIGHTH, JUDICIAL .CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2008-CA-0067
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
CHARLES D. GARMAN,
HEATHER E. GARMAN AND W.
JOHNS, AS TRUSTEE OF THE
GARMAN FAMILY TRUSTED,
DATED NOVEMBER 14, 2006,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: W. Johns, as Trustee of the
Garman Family Trusted
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following real property in Union
County, Florida:
Parcel S-2: A parcel of land lying,
being and situpat$ in Section 7,
Township 6 South, Range 20 East,


Union County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of Government Lot 9, said Section
7, and .run N 01012'55" W along
the East line of said Government
Lot 9, a distance of 2436.89
feet; thence run S 58*56'06" W a
distance of 1254.88 feet; thence run
S 36*09'58" E, a distance of 267.73
feet; thence run S 15*04'30" W a
distance of 350.51 feet; thence run
S.05059'54" W a distance of 247.51
feet to the Point of Beginning of
the hereinafter described parcel of
land; thence continue S 05059'54"
W a distance of 286.60 feet to the
intersection with the North right-of-
way line of a 60 foot graded county
road; thence run N 86028'00" W,
along said North right-of-way line
of a 60 foot graded county road,
a distance of 375.54 feet to the
Point of Curvature of a curve'lto
the right; thence run Northwesterly,
continuing along said North right-of-
way line of 60 foot graded county
road, a distance of 37.68 feet,
as -measured along the arc of a
curve concave Northeasterly and
having a radius of 25.00 feet, said
arc being subtended by a chord
having a bearing of N 4320'48"
W a distance of 34.18 ft, to the
intersection with the East right-of-
way line of a 60 foot graded county
road and Point of Tangency; thence
run N 00*13'37" W, along said East
right-of-way line of a 60 foot graded
county road, a distance of 235.34
feet; thence run N 89046'23" E, a
distance of 429.17 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Together with a 2000 Fleetwood
Single Wide Mobile Home ID#
GAFLX39A14293V421 which is
permanently affixed to the lands
therein
Has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of-your
written defenses, if any, to it-on
James E. Sorenson, D. Tyler Van
Leuven, and Chad D. Heckman,
the Plaintiff's attorneys, whose
address is Post -Office Box 4128,
Tallahassee, Florida, within 30 days
after the first date of publication and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
of Petition.
Dated this 8th day of December,
2008.
Regina Parrish, Clerk
As Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
12/11 2tchg 12//18-UCT


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COMPLEX:
Continued from p. 1A
Brett Parrishof Union I.aSteel
donated the metal roofing for
the concession stand building
and Brian Crawford drew the
plans for the site, also free of
charge.
In addition, Bruce Dukes
donated the site surveying and
the Union County Babe Ruth
Association paid fortheconcrete
blocks on the building. Wright
also said Florida Concrete and
Rock gave the county a $30-
p'r-yard discount on concrete,
and Pepsi-Cola donated three
electronic scoreboards.
"Basically, what we've got
right now is the building shell,
back fencing and lights installed
on what is supposed'to be two
new ball fields and that's it,"
Wright said.
After meeting Wright and
Tillis at the recreation complex,
Tallman made a list of items
still to be completed, some eight
months past the completion
date.
One of the biggest hits to the
county is an invoice submitted
on April 29, by North Florida
Kitchens and Bath for the
amount of $5,800. The invoice
was for the installation of six.
partitions for the men's and
women's bathroom toilets, two
pass-through countertops for
the concession stand windows
and four scorekeeper desks in
the upstairs part of the building
overlooking the ball fields. The
$5,800 check was written to the
subcontractoronApril 30,and to,.
date, only the two pass-through
countertops were delivered and
installed and the sub-contractor


cannot be reached. Who
authorized payment for work
not completed is still not clear.
A brief silence filled the
boardroom when Chairman
Karen Cossey asked, "Why did
we pay him before the work
was done?"
Tillis said he could not
answer that question, but did
offer that he knew the checks
had to be cut by April 30 for the
outstanding bills in order to get
the grant reimbursement.
Clerk of Courts Regina
Parrish said, "If you notice-I
suppose this is one of those
things that itf it can go wrong,
it did go wrong, because in
order to comply with the end
of grant, these checks were
written on April 30 with no
way to know this gentleman-
was going to leave."
Commissioner Ricky Jenkins
said he understood that and
Donna Jackson had explained
it to him.
"We can cut the check, but
it doesn't have to be signed
by the chairman or the clerk
and released until the work is
complete," Jenkins said. We
didn't do that." The clerk said
it was just one of those things
that slipped through the cracks.
Jenkins replied that the county
cannot afford these kinds of
things and they should look into
going after the subcontractor
for criminal intent.
Parrish recommended Cossey
speak to the state attorney to
proceed with pressing charges
to which Cossey stated she
would look into it immediately
after the meeting.
Cossey asked the board how
they recommended the county
proceed with completing the
project.
"We still have outstanding


purchase orders for $33,051.36
and its still going to cost at least
$10,000 more to complete it'?"
she asked.
"That's the figures I've been
given as what it will cost to
complete it," said finance
officer Janet Glover.
The clerk stated that she
believed that in discussion
with former board chairman
Wayne Smith, the more than
$27,000 deficit was brought to
his attention.
"I believe in the discussion
with the chairman (when 1
brought this to his attention) it
was that this money would just
come out of the general fund so
we can complete this." Parrish
said.
Since the last board meeting,
Tallman has kept busy putting
a list together and getting
prices to complete the job.
The complete cost will be
brought up in the next meeting;
however, Tallman did give this
preliminary list of items not yet
complete:
* Four writing tables
and seating for the upstairs
scorekeeper area,
* Six toilet partitions for.the
men's and women's bathrooms.
(These were paid for, but never
delivered or installed),
* Four dugouts for the two
new fields need to be built,
* Two culverts end directly'
behind walking areas to dugouts.
(This is a safety hazard and, the
pipes needs to extend another
30-40 feet),
* Two new fields need
to be hoed and have clay
delivered and graded. Some
clay on existing fields needs
to be replenished as part of
maintenance. (Jenkins offered
to purchase the clay using his
$15.000 special fund allotted


Health students visit hospital


On Friday, Nov. 7, the allied
health class at Union County
High School took a field trip
to North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
to learn more about the nursing
profession and see how a
hospital operates and what type
of situations are dealt with on a
daily basis.
In attendance were Brianne
Clyatt, Jenna Driggers, Raylynn
Gibson, Kala Hartley, Lindsey
Lukatz, Channing Palmer,
Tara Sapp, Trista Webb and


Stephanie Crosby. This group
of students, along with teacher
Amanda Griffis, started the
day out with breakfast and an
informative presentation given
by Nurse Manager MarciaOnze.
From learning about necessary
characteristics of a nurse to
the rewarding experience the
career offers, students were
engaged as they were educated.
They also took a tour of the
cardiac floor and were given the
opportunity to observe a cardiac
catheterization procedure being
performed on a patient.


The group visited the cardiac
rehabilitation center where
patients do various exercises
to regain strength after surgery.
The health-students made quite
an impressive appearance in
their purple and black scrubs
while showing their motivation
by interacting with nurses and
doctors alike.
This trip was indeed a
helpful addition to classroom
studies that will surely assist.
in helping health class students
make appropriate choices for
their futures.


to each commissioner for
projects),
There are no cooking
appliances, no refrigerator,
storage cabinets or shelving
inside the concession stand
area. (It is unknown at this time
if appliances were included in
contract),
There is no venting system
in place for cooking.
Tallman.said a.lot of the labor to
finish the job will be furnished
by inmates,and that the board is
very grateful to the Department
of Corrections for that.
"What is bothering me,"
Tallman said, "is that no one is
being held accountable for why
this job was not completed on
time and why money was paid
out for work not finished."


HOWARD:
Continued from p. 7A

residing in Illinois. All five of
the girls entered into careers
helping others-an apparent
calling-following their mother
who also worked as a nurse.
Married to Shands Howard,
Lori has two children: Lindsay
Clyatt, who graduated from
UCHS in 2004 and Jordan
Clyatt, who graduated in 2008.
She is the daughter of Wallace
Mooneyhan, who, for a good
number of years, was the voice
of the Tigers heard announcing
,high school football games. She
is married to Shands Howard.
"Lori is a great people
person," Faulk said, "and I have
the utmost respect for her as a
person and as an employee and
I know she'll do great things
for us in her new position.'"


Great things are not
accomplished by those
who yield to trends and
fads and popular
opinion.
Charles Kuralt
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Commentator.


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for the good and
attribute the bad to
fortune.
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Who uses


the complex?


-Who benefits fromin the OJ.
Phillips Recreation Complex?
The 12 ball fields at the
complex are used by a number
of Babe Ruth baseball/softball
teams consisting of 12-
1,5 players on each team to
include:
* Five to six T-ball teams
* Four rookie teams
* Three minor league teams
* Three major league teams
* Three senior league teams
* Five girls' softball teams for
ages 8-14.
In addition, Lake Butler
Middle School has- two' girls
softball and two boys baseball
teams that also use the fields
for practice and games.
Some church softball.teams


use the fields and a church
league is being considered.
The complex also has
basketball courts and serves as
practice fields for no less than
four Pop Warner football teams
and cheerleading squads who
use the Union County High
School football field for league
games.
Babe Ruth Association
President Richard Wright
said he is constantly asked by
parents about adding a soccer
league to the area.
"This complex is a
.cornerstone in the community,
providing activities for kids
and keeping them from getting
into trouble somewhere else,"
he said.


The county commission
will be trying to take steps toward
solving the problem of the incomplete
construction project at its next meeting,
set Monday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m. in the
county commission meeting room.





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


Melrose Madrigal Dinners set Dec. 19-20


The Lake Area Singers
present the 2008 Benefit
Madrigal Dinners Friday-
Saturday, Dec. 19-20, at
Trinity Episcopal Church in
Melrose. Reservations for the
traditional beef dinner and
seasonal and secular
Renaissance music in an
Elizabethan setting are
available by calling (352) 475-
1842 by Friday, Dec. 12.
Tickets are $25. Profits
benefit the Lake Area
Ministries food bank, Melrose
Youth Sports Association and
other local charities.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and
guests are seated. At 7 p.m.,
the candles are lit, and the
lavishly dressed singers.
process into the hall. The
Boar's Head "bedecked with a
gay garland . of bays and
rosemary" and an apple in its
mouth is carried around the
hall on a decorated litter by
two lordly singers to the
strains of the traditional
"Boar's Head Carol," followed
by toasts and the
Gloucestershire Wassail.
After the dinner featuring
wassail, steak and mushroom
pie, pumpkin pudding, and
other delicacies, the singers
entertain with a varied
program of madrigals, which
are four- and five-part
unaccompanied songs, sacred
Christmas music. and
instrumental music from the
time of Queen Elizabeth I.
Madrigals are challenging to
sing and were originally
written as a form of
entertainment for gentle folk.
The singers recreate a
gathering at a noble estate.
Chefs Clay and Kelly O'Neal
and crew will be preparing a
meal based pn traditional 17th
century recipes. The evening
ends with a carol sing-along.
The Lake Area Singers,
directed by Margaret .Rice,
presented their first Madrigal
Dinner in 1996 to raise funds
for Lake Area Ministries. A
core group-the choir at



BHS band

ends state

drought
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
New Bradford High School
band director Jonathan Hall is
-striving to create a consistent
program and to build a strong
foundation for the future.
Earlier this year, he admitted-
the program will have to take
baby steps toward that end, but
this year's band students took
a giant step recently by earning
a trip to the state
competition- Bradford's first
time qualifying for state in 19
years.
"It's a really, really big,
massive accomplishment that
we were just really excited
about," Hall said. "I think the
kids just took away so many
valuable lessons of how hard
work and working efficiently
pay off."
The state competition was
held Nov. 22 at Lakewood
Ranch High School in
Bradenton. Bradford was the
only school at the competition
that had not been to the state
competition in at least two
years. Bradford placed 18'h out
of 24 schools.
For a program that has had
no consistency as of late,
anything accomplished this
year would have been valuable
as Hall heads into his second
year as director. The trip to
state, however, does change
things a bit.
"It means we have
something even bigger to build
off of," Hall said. "No matter
what would've happened, we
would've left this season
building on something. This
just gives us an elevated
platform to build off of."
Hall, who has been at
Bradford High School since
January, is the program's third
director in four years. He has
expressed his desire to stick
around and help the program
grow. Working alongside
Bradford Middle School
director Dustin Adams-the
two went to school together at
Missouri State University-


Hall hopes to build a larger
band. As it stands right now,
See BAND page 2B


/


Trinity Episcopal Church in
Melrose-invited other singers


to join it.
The first Madrigal Dinner in


Blanding to host contingent

of Wisconsin National Guard


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Approximately 3,800
National Guardsmen from
Wisconsin will take part in
training at the Camp Blanding
Joint Training Center in
January in preparation for
mobilization to Iraq.
Lt. Col. Tim Donovan of the
Wisconsin Department of
Military Affairs said the 32nd


Infantry Brigade Combat
Team, the Wisconsin National
Guard's largest unit, will leave
for Florida Jan. 10, arriving at
Camp Blanding sometime Jan.
11. Six other units that will
mobilize with the 32nd and
provide support will also make
the trip.
Following three weeks of
training at Blanding, the
Wisconsin Guardsmen will go
to their mobilization station in


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This year's
Madrigal
Dinners will
feature singers
(1-r) Jordan
Harrell of
Keystone and
David Kidd of
Melrose.







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Texas. The deployment of the
32"d marks the largest
operational deployment of
Wisconsin National Guard
forces since World War II.
According to a Dec. 3, 2007,
Defense Department news
release, the brigade "will have
a security force mission and be
assigned tasks which will
assure freedom of movement
and continuity of operations"
in Iraq.
It is anticipated the 32"' will
be deployed for a year,
Donovan said. Though the
brigade has not previously
deployed to Iraq as a whole,


Melrose residents Jack and Margaret Rice, mistress
of music, are founding members of the Madrigal
Dinners.


most of its subordinate units
have.
With this upcoming
mobilization, more than
10,000 soldiers and airmen
from the Wisconsin Army and
Air National Guard-more
than 100 percent of the
Guard's total force in the
state-will have served on
active duty since Sept. 11,
2001. (This number exceeds
100 percent of the Guard's
current number, of personnel
because of multiple
mobilizations for many
soldiers and airmen.)


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BAND
Continued from p.1 B
the band has 53 members.
The two band directors have
one-, five- and 10-year plans in
place, but Hall admitted he had
no idea what to expect when
his band went to perform at the
Oct. 25 St. Augustine
Marching Band Festival. It
_was there that Bradford earned
S..its state-qualifying score.
"It really didn't register at
first," Hall said. "The kids
went crazy as soon as they
heard. They knew. I didn't
really realize what was going
on.
The experience should serve
the band well for the
immediate future as the
program loses just seven
seniors.
"It's a big springboard,"
Hall said. "You often hear,
'Seeing is believing.' We try to
preach to them, 'Believing is
seeing.' If you believe in
something, you're going to see
the results."
The results may not always
include a trophy or a trip to
state, but the band students
now know the level of hard
work that is required to give
them a chance to achieve such
results. Hall has no reason to
think he won't see the same
effort from his students next
year.
"We may not go to state next
year," he said, "but I expect
we'll have the same intensity
and same mindset of
accomplishing a goal of having
a very successful season."



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Keystone football game that was played in Keystone.


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Team registration fee ; is The 'Bradford County
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Strouds to celebrate 45th


Stephen and Maxine Kelley


Mr. & Mrs. William Pruss,


William and Brenda Stroud
were married December 31,
1963. They were married in a
chapel at Mayport Naval Base
in Jacksonville and have been
married for 45 years. The
couple moved to Bradford
County in 1976.
Mr. Stroud is a Vietnam
.veteran, retired from the U.S.
Navy. He is also retired from
Lawtey Correctional
Institution.
Mrs. Stroud retired from the
Bradford County school
system after having taught 5th
grade- for many years at
Southside Elementary School.
The Strouds are very active


Michael Meng
receives PhD
Michael Meng recently
received his PhD in history
from the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. Meng
completed his B.A. in history
at Boston College summa cum
laude. As a Fulbright scholar,
he studied in Germany after
his undergraduate degree
before enrolling at the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill. In August 2008,
he defended his doctoral
dissertation in history.
Meng is married to the


in their church, First United
Methodist Church of Starke.
They volunteer to work the
polls on voting days and can
be seen ringing the bells for
Salvation Army at Christmas.
They love to travel, especially
to their land in Tennessee.
The Strouds have two
children, Khandice and her
husband, Gary, live' in
LaCrosse and Billy and his
wife, Leslie, live in Lawtey.
Mr. and Mrs. Stroud have four
grandchildren, Garrett William
and Madison Lee Worth of
LaCrosse and Elizabeth Grace
and Scarlet Rachel Stroud of
Lawtey.


former Kristin Knight of
Salem, Oregon. They currently
reside in Chapel Hill, N.C.
where Kristin is employed by


Kelleys fete 50th year


Stephen and Maxine Kelley
celebrated their 50"' wedding
anniversary with a family
dinner at New River Baptist
Church on Thanksgiving Day.
The couple was married at
New River Baptist Church on
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27,
.1958. Mrs. Kelley is the
former Maxine Andrews.


KCI Technologies as an
environmental scientist.
Michael is currently serving as
a professor in the Department
of History at the University of
Minneapolis.
Meng is the son of Betsy
Meng of Keystone Heights and
Bill Meng of Keystone Heights


It has been their family
tradition to celebrate
Thanksgiving with the
Andrews family at New River
for the past 50 years. The
couple also enjoyed a Disney
cruise in early November with
their children and
grandchildren.


and Levita, Colorado. He is the
grandson of Mr, and Mrs. Paul
Meng of Hampton Lake and
the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
L. Matthews of Starke.


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Tigers b
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Alvin Jernigan scored 19
points as the Union County
boys' basketball team won its
first game of the season,
defeating District 6-3A
opponent Pierson Taylor 64-41
Dec. 5 in Lake Butler.
It \was a game the Tigers (1-
4, 1-1 in District 6 prior to
Dec. 9) led from start to finish.
They built a 17-3 lead in the
first quarter, getting six points
and eight rebounds from
Jernigan. Then, when the
Wildcats pulled to within eight
in the second quarter, Union
put together an 11-2 run.
Jernigan hit a 3-pointer
following a steal by Shamari
Holland, while Darius Corbitt
scored two straight baskets off
of rebound putbacks. Corbitt's
second rebound score put the
Tigers up 31-14.
Jernigan helped the Tigers
get off to a fast start in the
third quarter. He scored all 10
points during a 10-3 run that
opened the second half. Corbitt
and Holland each had a steal
during the run, which was
capped by Jernigan's rebound
putback, putting Union up 44-
22.
Corbitt, who scored seven
f .i -11.lf pI ini s,. joined
Icrmi-.im Jin ~oublc figures w'ith
II iii.. .i l. M jrcu A lbritllon
t.. ,Ird I mi e111 p'in ti % while
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.lJ C d eight
fthe Il.ers pla\ied district
*:pp'icinm Interlochen this past
Iuesda', and % ill tra% el to plaN
Ne bherr', tonight. Dec. I I. at
- If, pm inion then ira els to
Pier .,n t.o take on TaIlor
Frid.', Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m.


Pvt. Bruns
graduates basic
Army National Guard Pvt.
Kathryn A. Bruns has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
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ceremony, marching, rifle
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Score by Quarter
THS: 3 16 12,-10-41
UCHS: 17 17 14 16-64
Union scoring (64): Albritton
9, Chris Alexander 3, Cason 8,
Corbitt 11, Holland 8, Jernigan
19, Brodrick Myers 2, Koydrick
Simmons 2, Najeeb Smith 2. 3-
pointers: Alexander, Cason,
Jernigan 2. Free throws: 4-9.

Earlier results:

Hamilton 80 UC 45
Union was outscored 41-16
in the first half en route to
dropping its season-opening
game 80-45 to Hamilton
County Nov. 24 in Jasper.
Jernigan and Albritton led
the Tigers with 11 and 10
points, respectively.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 4 12 16 13-45
HCHS: 17 24 16 22-80
Union scoring (45): Albritton
10, Alexander 5, Cason 2,
Corbitt 6, Holland 2, Jernigan
11. NevinhJohns 1, K. Simmons
4. S J. Simmons 2, Smith 2. 3-
pointers: Alexander. Free
throws: 2-7


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Score by Quarter
CHS: 18 16 26 20-80
UCHS: 16 6 7 21-50
Union scoring (50): Albritton
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Chiefland led by three, but
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Cason led the Tigers with 13
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Chris Alexander and Jernigan
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Alexander and Cason
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Torndoes falter late


to lose to Baker County


BY CLIFF SMELLED
7L'legirjph Stuffi Writer
Eugene Bl e scored 31
.points. but the Bradford b oys'
*basketball team scored .just two
*points in the final 1:24 after he
fouled out in a 64-58 loss to
IDistrict 3-2A opponent B aker
C:(ount\ Dec. 4 in Glen St.
'Mar\
SThe Tornadoes (2-1 prior to
I)ec. 9), looking to improve to
:3-0 in district pla), seemed to
,have taken control of the g';ame
after a 16-2 run that spanned
the third and fourth quarter rs. It
began \with a 3-pointer by Blye
as Bradford scored the last
seven points of the third
quarter to go up 43-41 The
quarter ended with: a
breakaway dunk by Markael
Moore. while the fourth
quarter began with another i trey
from Blye.
Blye, who scored 12 points
during the run. hit his fifth 3-
pointer of the game to put the
Tornadoes up 52-43.
Baker answered with ain 13-
2 run that featured four points
from Chris Walton and Josh
Wiseman's fourth 3-poiriter of
the game. Wiseman, who
finished with 27 points, played
a huge role in the Wil dcats'
success in the fourth qiLarter.
He rebounded two missed free
throws by Bradford's M:;irtella
Moore during the 13-2 r in and
got the assist on oi ie of
Walton's baskets.
Bradford's Tramaine ]Harris
tied the score a! 56-all, but a
rebound score by Baker's Ike
Parker gave the 'Cats th it lead
for good.
After Blye fouled out,
Wiseman scored on a drive
and dunk following; an
inbounds play, then adde-d two
free throws to make the score
62-56.
Martella Moore scored a
basket following Wisieman's
free throws, but those would
be the only points for Br adford
the rest of the way.
It was a close game
throughout. The host team
threatened to pull awa;y. early
in the second quarter ;as a 3-
pointer from Wiseman capped
a 10-1 run that put the 'i Cats up
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Eugene Blye drives to the basket for Bradford in its
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A steal and score by Blye
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Bradford then went up by two
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basket. He made I-of-2 free
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Bradford struggled at the
foul line. Blye made 6-of-7
free-throw attempts, but the
rest of the team was 4-of-14.
The Tornadoes, who played
district opponent Ridgeview
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district opponent Santa Fe
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Bradford then travels to play
district opponent Middleburg
Tuesday, Dec. 16, at 7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 9 17 17 15-58
Baker: 11 15 15 23-64
Bradford scoring (58): Darrin
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BHS 80 Bulldogs 55
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Keystone's Knight will


UI play softball at Warner


Keystone Heights senior softball player Jessica Knight (seated, second from left)
signs a letter of intent with Warner University. She is joined by Warner coach
Shawn Gary (seated to her right), her parents, Jenny and Tommy Knight (seated to
her left), and Keystone coach Kathy Smith (standing).




BHS girls suffer second loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Eight first-half points was all
the Bradford girls' basketball
team could muster against
District 3-4A rival Baker
County in a 60-29 loss Dec. 4
in Starke.
Baker was able to build a
19-point lead at the half. The
Wildcats eventually increased
the margin by outscoring the
Tornadoes 19-8 in the final
period.
Bradford, coming off of a
58-point loss to Union County,
got seven points each from
Farah Duhart, Nessa Portis and
Demetria Slocum.
The Tornadoes (2-3, 1-2 in
District 3 prior to Dec. 5)
played district opponent
Suwannee Dec. 5 and district
opponent Middleburg Dec. 8.
Tonight, Dec. 11, Bradford
travels to Orange Park to play
district opponent Ridgeview at
7:30 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 12,
Bradford travels to play
Newberry at 7:30 p.m. The
Tornadoes then travel to Green
Cove Sprin.gs to play district


opponent Clay Tuesday, Dec.
16, at 7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
Baker: 13 14 14
BHS: 5 3 13


19--60
8-29


Bradford scoring (29): Duhart
7, Chelsea Jackson 6,
Shantavia Jackson 2, Portis 7,
Slocum 7. 3-pointers: Duhart,
Portis. Free throws: 7-19.

Earlier results:
BHS 58 Panthers 55
Slocum scored 25 points as
Bradford rallied from a first-
half deficit to defeat district
opponent Ridgeview 58-55
Nov.24 in Starke.
The Tornadoes trailed by
two at the half, but outscored
the Panthers 16-13 in the third
quarter to go up 43-42.
Chelsea Jackson scored six of
her 14 points in the third
quarter.
Portis added eight points for
Bradford.
Score by Quarter
RHS: 15 14 13 13-55
RBH- 19 21. 1R -14-58-


Bradford scoring (58): C.
Jackson 14, S. Jackson 5,
Marissa Molina 2, Portis 8,
Slocum 25, Quisha Williams 4.
3-pointers: S. Jackson,
Slocum. Free throws: 8-21.

Union 80 BHS 22
Slocum, after scoring nine
points, went out with an injury
in the first quarter as the
Tornadoes lost 80-22 to Union
County Nov. 25 in Lake
Butler.
Bradford trailed just 17-14
after the first quarter, but the
Tigers outscored the
Tornadoes 28-4 in the second
quarter.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 14 4 2 2-22
UCHS: 17 28 18 17-80

Bradford scoring (22): Alyssa
Cline 2, Duhart 2, C. Jackson
3, S. Jackson 2, Portis 2,
Slocum 9, Latasha Smith 3. 3-
pointers: Smith. Free throws:
4-10.


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Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights High
School softball pitcher Jessica
Knight has been a bundle of
nerves, and the season has yet
to begin. What had Knight
nervous was the prospect of'
not getting a chance to play in
college. Then, when the
chance became a reality, she
was nervous about signing her
letter of intent.
Well, all that's behind her as
she can now focus on her
upcoming senior season.
Knight signed that
aforementioned letter of intent
Dec. 2. She will attend Warner
University in Lake Wales after
graduating from Keystone.
"It's amazing," Knight said.
"I couldn't have gotten this far
without my friends, family and
all my coaches."
Knight said she had a goal of
playing in college, but became
nervous toward the end of last
season because she wasn't sure
she would get that opportunity.
However, Warner head coach
Shawn Gary liked what he saw
of Knight during an open
tryout in September. She did
well as she pitched to
Warner's current players, Gary
said, but the coach said it's not
so much what Knight can do
now but what she can
eventually do.
"We're looking for players
at our school who we can
invest some time in and fully
develop as players," Gary said.


"Basically, her potential is off
the chart."
Gary said he likes, adding
players to his program who go
on to do things on the field
they didn't think they were
capable of. He talked of one
player on his team who did not
pitch her senior year of high
school, but went on to earn all-
Sun Conference honors this
past year. Then there's his own
daughter who had never hit a
home run in her life, but was
able to deliver a two-run shot
in this past season's Region
XIV championship game.
"That's going to be the same
thing with Jess," Gary said.
"You're going to see her do
things I don't think people
really realized she was capable
of just because of the
atmosphere (at Warner) and
the coaching," Gary said.
Knight is coming off of a
season in which she recorded
107 strikeouts, but she is a
relative newcomer to pitching.
It was not until between
Knight's eighth-grade and
ninth-grade years that she
expressed the desire to give
pitching a try, which had
Keystone head coach Kathy
Smith concerned. She thought
that was too late for a player to
try to develop as a pitcher.
"It takes a lot to develop all
those pitches, but she has,"
Smith said.."She has gotten out
there and worked really hard.
She's one of the hardest
workers on the team."


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of a new machine from his own structure, adapting
some secret of his own anatomy in iron, wood, and
leather, to some required function in the work of the
world.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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KI night, who has also stood
out offensively with a batting
average of better than .300
each of the past two seasons,
said iher approach has been "to
be open to any suggestions, to
listen to what my coaches tell
me and work as hard as I can
to do it."
Those are the kinds of words
Gar y likes to hear.
"5;ihe's obviously very
coa(chaible," Gary said. "She's
the type of kid who's going to
do whatever you ask them to
do. Honestly, in this day and
age, that's really hard to find."
A:s of right now, Knight said
she Ih;as a pretty good rise ball,
which is her "weapon."
However, she plans to keep
worked ng hard to improve her
overall game.,
"You can never be as good
as you want to be," she said. "I
pretty much want to work on
ever thing."
No, v that the ink has dried
on tlhte 'letter of intent, Knight
can' concentrate on her last
season at Keystone. That is all
she's; thinking about. She has
not ,i ven much thought yet to
what it will feel like to step out
onto the field as a Warner

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ventured a guess.
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amaziing and awesome to have
accomplished so much," she
said.


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OBITUARIES


Deanna Knight
RAIFORD-Deanna Frances
Conner Knight, 65, of Raiford
died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008, at her
home following an extended
illness.
Born in Raiford, Ms. Knight
lived in Levy County for 19 years
before moving back to Union
County in 1990. Ms. Knight was a
secretary at the University of
Florida before her retirement in
January, 2008. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of
Raiford. She was preceded in
death by her father, K.D. Conner
and a brother, Gerald Conner.
Survivors include a daughter,
Marisa Knight of Lake Butler; a
son, Phillip Knight of Gainesville;
her mother and stepfather, Deloris
Conner Civils and Wesley Civils
of Raiford; a sister, Hilda Conner
(James R.) McLeod of Raiford;
three grandsons and a great-
granddaughter.
Funeral services for Ms. Knight
were held Tuesday, Dec. 9, at the
First Baptist Church of Raiford
with the Rev. Joseph Murphy
officiating. Burial was in Conner
Cemetery near Raiford under the
care of Archer Funeral Home.


Esther
Sheppard
JACKSONVILLE-Esther
Wood Sheppard, 76, of
Jacksonville, went home to be
with her Lord on Friday,
December 5, 2008. She was born
on January 20, 1932 and was a
lifelong resident of Jacksonville.
She was truly one of God's gentle
angel and was a blessing to all
who knew and loved her.
Esther was a lifelong member
of Franklin Street Baptist Church
and has retired as a bookkeeper
from JEA after 27 years of
service. She was devoted to her
husband and family and loved her
animals with alloof her heart.
Esther was preceded in death by
her parents, Marvin E. and Essie
Wood and her first husband,
William "Billy" L. Griffin. She is
survived by her loving husband of
31 years, Wayne Sheppard, her
daughter Laura Lynn Griffin
Truett, her step-daughter Debbie
Kennedy and four grandchildren,
all of Jacksonville. She is also
survived by her aunt, Catherine
Wyman of Jacksonville and
several dear cousins. Local


survivors include Betty N. Hazen
and Roger Johns, both of Starke;
Gene Norman and Ronnie
Norman, both of Lawtey and Sam
Deyo of Keystone Heights.,
Funeral services for Mrs.
Sheppard were held on Tuesday,
December 9, 2008, at 11:00 in the
chapel at Evergreen Cemetery,
4535 N. Main St., Jacksonville,
FL with Pastor Perry Fruscella
conducting the service. Visitation
was 30 minutes prior to the
service. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that .donations be
made to Hospice of N.E. 'FL,
Jacksonville Humane Society or
ASPCA.
Arrangements were under the
care of Watson Funeral Home,
426 W. Wade St., Trenton, FL
32693, (352) 463-8888.
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Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs.
Vanderlinden moved to Florida 27
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and member of Orange Heights
Baptist Church. She was preceded
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Heights; two sons, Paul
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Ohio and Vincent C. Vanderlinden
Jr. of rural Bradford County; 21
grandchildren, 18 great-
grandchildren and a great-great-
grandchild.
There will be no' services for
Mrs. Vanderlinden. Arrangements
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Ella Kemp
STARKE-Ella Ann (Place)
Kemp, 63 of Starke died Friday,
Dec. 5, 2008, at Shands Starke.
A former resident of Texas,
Mrs. Kemp had lived in Starke for
the past five years.. Born in
Baliston Spa, N.Y., Mrs. Kemp
was the daughter of Clinton E. and
Lillian H. (Heffner) Place.
Survivors include her husband
of 49 years, Gordon Kemp; five
children, Clinton Kemp of N.Y.,
Eric Kemp of Minnesota,
Wenonah Hoff and Tracy Kemp,
both of Texas, and Lucinda Kemp


of South Dakota; a sister, Kristy
Gangi of Starke; 25 grandchildren
and five geat-grandchildren.
Funeral services are private and
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to
Breast Cancer Awareness
Association.


Leola Morris
STARKE-Leola Cox Morris,
90, of Starke died Saturday, Dec.
6, 2008 in Gainesville at Shands
UF following a brief illness.
Born in Abbie, Alabama, Mrs,
Morris was a charge aide at
Northeast Florida State Hospital;
member of New Hope Missionary
Baptist Church where she served
as the Mother of the Church; was
a former Sunday School teacher;
served as past president of the
Women's Home Mission; attended
local schools of Abbie, Alabama;
and a member of the Heroines of
Jericho Ruth Court No. 18 of
Starke. She was preceded in death
by two children, Dorothy Thomas
and Everett Morris Jr.
Survivors include her husband
Everett Morris Sr.; her children
James Morris, Martha Porter,
Melverine Morris, Patty Taylor,
Cleveland Morris arid Lavonne
Guyton; a sister, Willie Pearl
Robinson; 24 grandchildren, 21
great-grandchildren and 24 great-
great-grandchildren.


Funeral services will be held at
II a.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, 2008,
at First Baptist Church in Starke,
Florida with the Rev. J.W. Warren
officiating and the Rev. Jake
Davis as eulogist. Burial will be in
Odd Fellows Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home. Visitation will be
held on Friday, Dec. 12, with
family hour from 4-5 p.m. at Haile
Funeral Home and friends may
view from 5:30-8 p.m. at New
Hope Missionary Baptist Church.
Visitation will also be held thirty
(30) minutes prior to the funeral
services at the church.

Louie Prevatt
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Louie
Prevatt, 74, of Keystone Heights
died Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008 at
Shands Starke.
Mr. Prevatt was the son of
Willie L. and Maye Youngblood
Prevatt. He was preceded in death
by a daughter, Melinda Lou. Mr.
Prevatt moved to Keystone
Heights 12 years ago from
Oklawaha. An avid hunter and
fisherman, he 'retired from the
State of Florida as a wildlife
officer. He was a member of the
NRA and of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife of
nine years, Hazel Darus Prevatt of
Keystone Heights; sons, David
Prevatt, Jeff Prevatt, Marty
Prevatt, all of Leesburg; Reggie
Prevatt of Jacksonville; Earl
"Dink" Helms of Milton; his
extended family, Robert Hicks of-
Columbia, S.C.; Sharon Hunter of
Brooker and David Hicks of
Jacksonville; his sisters, Dorine
Fulmer of Hilliard, Shevie Dugger
of Starke and Cindy Starling of
Lake Butler; a brother, George B.
Prevatt of De Leon Springs;
several grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Prevatt
were held Monday, Dec. 8, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
with Pastor Ken Herring
officiating. Burial was in Lone
Oak Cemetery, 306 Thomas Rd.,
Leesburg. The family received
friends one hour prior to funeral
services. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home.
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CRIME I


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement
officers in Bradford, Clay
(Keystone Heights area) or
Union County:
Derrek Wayne Perkins, 29,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 4
by Starke Patrolman James
Stutler for battery on a
pregnant female. Perkins was
charged after, allegedly
striking the victim in the face.
Perkins charged the victim by
sworn complaint with
domestic battery. A $10,000
surety bond was posted for
his release from custody.
Gary Elliott Douberly, 64,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 6 by Clay
Deputy K. W. Redgate for
simple battery domestic.
Douberly was charged with
striking the victim in the back
of her head. The victim
refused medical treatment,
Deputy Redgate said.
Jimmy Cary Wilson Jr., 42,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 6 by Clay
Deputy R.E. Russell for
resisting an officer without
violence. Wilson was charged
with refusing to comply with
the deputy during an
investigation of an argument
between neighbors. He
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, Deputy
Russell said.
Larry Darnell Highsmith,
50, of Jacksonville was
arrested Dec. 3 by Starke
Patrolman P.A. King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Highsmith was
charged after a metal crack
pipe with drug residue was
found inside his hat. The
search was conducted when
he was arrested on a warrant
for failure to appear. A
$1,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Olivia M. Marks, 25, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 6 by
-Starke Sgt. .William Murray,
,for disorderly intoxication.
Marks smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and
refused to calm down, Sgt.
Murray said. When Marks
continued to curse and yell
causing a crowd to gather on


East Thomas Street at 1:35
a.m., he was placed under
arrest. He was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Michael Moore, 18, of
Starke was arrested Dec. I by
Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman for criminal
mischief. Moore was charged
with hitting the victim's
Toyota with a stick, causing a
dent in the door, Patrolman
Schlofman said. A $3,000
surety bond was posted for
Moore's release from
custody.
Stacie Roxanne Bentley,
34, of Lawtey was arrested
Dec. 6 by Sgt. Murray for
retail theft. Bentley was
charged with attempting to
leave Wal-Mart in Starke
without paying for
merchandise valued at
$33.92. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for her release
from custody.
Mark Lafayette Burts, 37,
.of Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 5 by Bradford
Deputy R. Watkins on a
warrant from Hernando
County for failure to pay
child support. He may purge
by paying $1,160.
Cecil Litton, 53, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 3 by Clay
deputies on warrants for
worthless checks.
Mark Anthony Smith, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 4 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation
worthless check with no bond.
Jamie Rita 'Cook, 27, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 5 by Clay
deputies for failure to appear
on bail.
William C. Kahakua, 32, of
Starke was arrested Dec. i by
Patrolman Schlofman on a
warrant for felony battery.
Bond was set at $50,000.

Traffic
Cindy Marie Flint, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested
Dec. 6 by Sgt. Murray for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Flint refused to submit
to-, testing. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Nathaniel A. Washington,
26, of Jacksonville was
arrested Dec. 7 by Starke
Patrolman Clint Lockhart for


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on a warrant from Clay
County for contempt of court
disorderly intoxication with
bond set at $289.50. He was
released from custody after
surety bonds totaling
$2,289.50 were posted.
Angelina C. Ford, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested
Dec. 7 by Lawtey Lt. M.E.
Jenkins for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS) with knowledge. "A
$500 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Richard Paul Mollahan, 63,
of Orange Park was arrested
Dec. 1 by Hampton Lt. S.
Donaldson for DWLS,
attaching license plate not
assigned, possession of
cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Mollahan's vehicle was
stopped for faulty equipment.
During a search the officer
found marijuana, rolling
papers and wire screens in a
container in the car. Mollahan
was released from custody
after surety bonds totalling
$3,000 were posted.
Steven Holland, 27, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Dec. 8 by Clay
deputies for DWLS.
Eddie Cabrera-Rosado, 31,
of Keystone Heights was


arrested Dec. 8 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation DUI.

Elmer Warren Williams,
49, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. 25 by Lawtey
Patrolman Kelly Brown for
failure to appear possession
of drug paraphernalia and
DWLS. Williams was
released Nov. 27 for time
served.
Anthony Jerome Hicks, 24,
of Melrose was arrested Nov.
25 by Bradford Sgt. E.J.
Kiser for failure to appear no
valid driver's license, willful-
wanton reckless driving and
leaving scene of accident
with property damage. He
was released on his own
recognizance.
Myrtle Hathcock Brown,
48, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 24 by Patrolman King
on a warrant from Columbia
County for violation of
probation DWLS with no
bond and a warrant from
Baker County for violation of
probation grand theft motor
vehicle with no bond.
Richard Taylor, 50, of
Jacksonville was arrested
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BHS
Continued from p.5B
his points in the first half,
which also featured 10 points
from Markael Moore and
seven from Eugene Blye.
Moore finished with a team-
high 21 points, while also
grabbing eight rebounds.
Eugene Blye, who had eight
assists, finished with 20 points.
Score by Quarter
SHS: 9 15 12 19-55
BHS: 17 27 17 19-80
Bradford scoring (80): D.
Blye 14, E. Blye 20, .Covington
2, Davis 3, Yakeem Griner 2,
Harris 6, Malcolm Moore 2,
Markael Moore k21,. Martella
Moore 6, Sheffield 4. 3-
pointers: Davis, D. Blye 4.
Free throws: 5-8.

BHS 51 Clay 36-
It was another strong first
half for Bradford in a 51-36
district win over visiting Clay
Dec. 2.
Eugene Blye and Markael
Moore scored nine and eight
points, respectively, in' a first
half that saw the Tornadoes
outscore the Blue Devils 28-
18.
Blye and Moore finished
with 17 and 12 points,
respectively, while Darrin Blye
added nine points.
Score by Quarter
CHS: 7 11 11 7-36
BHS: 14 14 9 14-51


Bradford scoring (51): D.
Blye 9, E. Blye 17, Covington
6, Griner 1, Harris 1, Markael
Moore 12, Martella Moore 5. 3-
pointers: D. Blye, E. Blye 2.
Free throws: 9-17.

Pvt. Hodges
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training
Army Pvt- Andrea R.
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basic combat training at Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and
field training exercises.
Pvt. Hodges is the
granddaughter of Jack Hodges
of Hampton and sister of Cody
Hodges of Baldwin. She is a
2008 graduate of Bradford
High School.

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Dec. 11,2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 9B



KH boys edge


-Union in overtime


Giving a cheer at regionals


Bradford County's Junior Pee-Wee Pop Warner
cheerleaders competed at the regional competition in
Orlando Thanksgiving weekend, where they placed
12th. The squad is composed of (alphabetical order):
Kursten Bakken, Maycee Barnes, Jasmine Bass, Dalice


Betterson-Smith, GracieAnn Blankenship, Haleigh
Blankenship, Hayley Britt, Jorden Cannon, Jayla
Eiland, Jantoria Frazier, Acelyne Godshall, Cammii
Jackson, Hannah Jackson, Skylar Layne, Autumn
Rodgers and Paxon Wise.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Dalton Campbell and Matt
Snowberger went 5-of-6 from
the foul line in overtime to
help the Keystone Heights
boys' basketball team defeat
District 6-3A opponent Union
County 63-61 Dec. 2 in
Keystone.
Campbell scored 12 points
in the fourth quarter and
overtime and finished with a
game-high 28. He also had 10
rebounds.
Wes Rund added 11 points
and four assists for the Indians,
who also got seven points and
I I rebounds from Snowberger.
The Tigers trailed by one at
the half and stayed close with
strong second-half
performances from Marcus
Albritton and Alvin Jernigan.
Albritton, who finished with a
team-high 23 points, scored all


but two of his team's 13 -third-
quarter points, while Jernigan
scored six points in the fourth
quarter.
Jernigan finished with 17
points overall.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 13 15 13 15 5-61
KHHS: 17 10 14 15 7-63

Scoring
Union (61): Albritton 23,
Cason 7, Corbitt 7, Henderson
2, Holland 2, Jernigan 17,
Johns 2, Smith 2. 3-pointers:
Albritton, Jernigan 2. Free
throws: 12-29.

Keystone (63): Buchanan 4,
Campbell 28, Latner 6,
Robinson 3, Rund 11,
Snowberger 7, Van Wagner 4.
3-pointers: Latner, Campbell
2, Rund 2. Free throws: 18-
32.


KH girls chart loss in


second district game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Crescent City's Kayshia
Brady scored on a fastbreak
layup following a turnover
with 36 seconds left to
complete a rally that handed
the Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team a 27-25
District 6-3A loss Dec. 5 in
Keystone.
It was the second straight
loss for the Indians, who are
now 0-2 in the district.
Keystone (1-4 prior to Dec.
8) held Crescent City to two
points in the second quarter
and led 16-8 at the half. The
Raiders cut the lead in half in
the third quarter before
outscoring the Indians 11-5 in


the final period.
Karleigh Smoak led
Keystone with nine points,
four rebounds 'and three
assists. Shannon Gray and
Morgan Maxwell completed
the scoring with eight points
each, while Maxwell and
Mehgan Zinkel each had four
rebounds.
The Indians played Clay and
St. Francis this past Monday
and Tuesday and will travel to
play district opponent
Interlachen Friday, Dec. 12, at
6 p.m. On Tuesday, Dec. 16,
Keystone travels to Pierson to
take on district opponent
Taylor at 5:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
CCHS: 6 2 8 11-27
KHHS: 12 4 4 5-25


Keystone scoring (25): Gray
8, Maxwell 8, Smoak 9. 3-
pointers: Smoak 2. Free
throws: 1-4.

Earlier result:

CCHS 41 KHHS 28
Visiting Columbia outscored
the Indians 20-8 in the second .
and third quarters en route to
handing Keystone a 41-28 loss
Dec. 4.
Smoak led the Indians in
scoring with eight points,
while Maxwell grabbed a
team-high 12 rebounds.


Score by Quarter
CHS: 15 10 10
KHHS: 9 2 6


6-41
11-28


Keystone scoring (41): Gray
6, Maxwell 7, Smoak 8, Liz
Wheeler 5, Zinkel 2. Free
throws: 3-11. '


CG App. Sweat
graduates
course
Coast Guard Fireman
Apprentice William Sweat, son
of Deneen C. and Delmar E.
Sweat of Lake Butler, recently
graduated from the U.S. Coast
Guard Recruit Training Center
in Cape May, N.J.
During the eight-week
training program, Sweat
completed a vigorous training
curriculum consisting of
academics and practical
instruction'on water safety and
survival, military customs.and
-courtesies, seamanship skills,
first aid,, ,fir e fighting and
marksmanship. A major
emphasis is also placed on
physical fitness, health and
wellness.
Sweat and. other recruits also
received ,instruction on the
Coast Guard's core values -
hon6r, respect and devotion to
duty and how to apply them


in their military performance
and personal conduct. Sweat
will join 36,000 other men and
women who comprise Coast
Guard's force.
Men and women train
together from the first day in
the Coast Guard just as they do
aboard ships and shore units
throughout the world. To
reinforce the team concept,
Sweat, and other recruits were
trained in preventing sexual
harassment, drug and alcohol
awareness, civil rights training,
and the basics of the work-life
balance, as well as total quality
management.
Sweat is a-2004 graduate of
Union County High School-of
Lake Butler.


Pvt. McMall

graduates basic
.*,;-Army Pvt. Lindsay K.
,MdMaJl has graduated from
basic. 'combat training at Fort
JacksVo'Columbia, S.C.


During the nine weeks of
training, the-soldier studied the
Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and
field training exercises.
Pvt. McMall is the daughter
of Deborah McMall of
Melrose and is a 2008 graduit -
of Interlachen High School.



There is a woman at the
beginning of all great
things.
Alphonse De Lamartine
1790-1869, French Poet,
Statesman, Historian.
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42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 lioats
45 Land forSale
46 Real l-slate (iut ofArea
47 Commercial Property
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48 Homes for Sale
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52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystine Yard Sales
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56 Trade or S, ap
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58 building Miterials
59 Personal Services
611 Secretarial Services
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64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
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40
Notices
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORfTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-'
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
"05" HALLMARK closed util-
.ity trailer, 6x10, side door,
ramp tailgate, GVWR
2980, LW 995. Excellent
condition, low milage.
$1800. Call 904-964-
5008.
81' FORD PICIfP, 300
6 cylinder, st,1dard on
floor, good work or farm
truck. $1200, call 904-
368-9762.
2008 VULCAN. Pay off, very
low miles. Call 904-964-
6387.


43
RV's and
Campers
2004 KEYSTONE SPRING-
DALE 26ft. 1 slide out,
sleeps 6, Queen bed,
couch and table turns
into bed. Outside aw-
ning. Gas/smoke detec-
tors. Towing package
included. Must see, ex-
cellent condition. Asking
price $12,500. Please
contact He-ather at 904-
838-3386.
44
Boats and
ATV's
1980 ALUM. JOHN BOAT.
35 HP Evlnrude. New
steering & gear cables,
trolling motor, fish finder, 2
batteries. Good, depend-
able fishing boat, $1200.
Call 904-368-9762.
45
Land for Sale
5 ACRES ON FORSYTH
RD. $50,000. Call Elaine
Gouin at Exit Real Estate
Gallery at 904-966-2937.
PRICED FOR QUICKSALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND Mollle
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 994,.964-9222,
(owner/agent)


STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 lots. Call
386-496-0683 or 352-
284-7608.
BRAND NEW 2009 FLEET-
WOOD, 32 x 80, $69,900.
Delivery, set up, skirting,
& steps installed. Call
904-259-8028.
2009 SCOTBILT 28 x 72,
$79,900. 2 x 6 exterior
walls, tape & textured
throughout, delivered,
setup, A/C, skirting &
steps installed, Call 904-
259-8028
MUST SELL Brand new
2008 28 x 56 Fleetwood,
$35,900. Call 904-259-
8028.
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-
588-3573 or Linda at 904-
588-3573.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.


ald I Cr, C lr l1 '-, ,,. ,
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SOQ.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 purnp,prewired for
phones, computers, se-
curity, 10-.space parking
lot, $395 per.month. Call
904-966-1334 or 904-
964-8786.

48
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.
HOMESTAR FINANCIAL
offers 100% financing,
30-year fixed rate for your
area. Call Gayle at 904-
714-1435.
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.
CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson
Construction Co Inc.
We design, build. Es-
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
ers.com. CGC003344,
CBC1253234.
LAWTEY 3BR/1BA House,
totally remodeled with
new roof & AC, on one
acre. Owner will pay 6%
closing costs. $76,900.
Owner agent. Call 904-
334-7179.
49
Mobile Horpes
for Sale
HOMES FOR SALE Own
your own home! From
$499 to $575/mth. Flex-
ible financing. For more
information, call Hidden
Oak Mobile Home Park
in Lake Butler 904-382-
1474.
TWO MORTGAGES FOR
SALE-one discounted
from 27K to 19K and one
from 38K to 32K,,call
Elaine at 904-966-2937


CH isTl.tA'5 :IrOVE IN
special. Firsi'&'last month
only. $1300 month. 3BR/
2BA, fireplace, CH/A, DW
on 3 acres. Call 386-562-
3408.
1997 SWMH, CH/A, skirt-
ing, steps, all appliances.
3BR/2BA, many up-
grades! Call 352-318-
9262. 1
BRAND NEW 2009 Skyline
3BR/2BA on 1 acre. 1
block off St. Rd. 21, North
2 miles from Keystone. To
many extras to try to list.
Call 352-475-3975
14X60 MH WITH CH/A,
solid-minor repairs. In
Bradford County & must
be moved to your lot.
$1800. Call 504-416-
8553.
DIRECTLY ON LAKE, 3BR/
2BA DW MH with deck in
Hawthorne. 3 secluded-
acres. Owner financed,
lease/purchase. $99,000.
Call 352-332-4171.
50
For Rent
LAKE ALTO ESTATES,
WALDO 2BR/1BA, $525
per month, and 3BR/2BA,
$675 per month. Washer
dryer hookups, carport
and nice yard.Security
required. Service animals
only. Call 317-748-7912.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$695/mth -plus $700
security deposit. Near
schools, huge deck, trash
and pest control included,
service animals only Call
352-473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL- 3/2.
$675/mth rent plus $700
deposit. Near schools,
fenced in back yard, trash
and pest control included,
service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $600 per
month, plus security, 352-
475-6260.
DWMH IN COUNTRY SET-
TING 3BR/2BA, Hampton.
SW at the same location
also available. On CR 18.
Call 352-473-3728.
WALDO VILLAS 2BR
APARTMENTS available,
$455. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.
3BR/2BA HOME IN PARK
OF THE PALMS, excel-
lent condition, $825 per
month. Call 352-475-1800.
or 352-494-0057.
3BR/2BA MODERN HOUSE
(not MH), Starke area.
Lake front, CH/A, extra
clean, secluded, many
amenities. $975 per
miith, call 904-964-
4005.


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HOUlSE FO'R RENT jN. 4 / C'OUTR HO"ME- 8'hiS*WAS MdV"1N
Stae. 14W00 SQ c PT, 4SOME PASTURE. Lo- SPECIAL $700. $500 per
2BR/1BA, W/W carpet, cated in Providence/ mnth plus $200 deposit.
CH/A, washer/dryerhook- Sthington S grings 2BR/1BA MH, washer/
up,fencedyard, closet area. CH/A, $925/mth. dryer, CH/A, newlyremod-
school, service animals Call 386-496-2354. eled, private safe location.
only, $595 per month. Call 3BR 1BA HOUSE WITH Call 386-562-3408.
904-966-1334 or 904- /A, private lot, $625 REMODELED UPSTAIRS
964-8786. erHmo aWorthington/ 2BR APARTMENT -
FOR RENT, STARKE home, Providence area. Call Downtown Starke. $450/
near schools. 3BR/2BA 386-496-2354. mth plus first, last and
new kitchen, new car- 3BR/2BA, double wide security. Call 904-964-
pet, fresh paint. $750 per with CH/A, washer/dryer. 4303.
month plus $800 security, $500 a month. Call 352- FOR RENT FURNISHED
service animals only. Call 278-0301 2BR MOBILE HOME.
352-473-8055. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR Shed, patio, large fefced
3BR/2BA MH GRAHAM, RENT! COMPLETE with yard. Very clean, service
Florida. Quiet area, ready CH/A, cable provided, all animals only. $600/mth
now, service animals only. utilities paid! Central loca- plus security. 10 miles
First & security. Call 352- tion. 10% discount on first west of Starke. Call 386-
468-2544. month's rent for senior cit- 496-0683.
DOUBLEWIDE IN COUN- izens: Rooms with private 2/1 IN RAIFORD ONCR229.
TRY, like new, 2006 32 x bath, $115 $135. /wk. $500/MTH, plus $500/
70, big yard, dishwasher, Room without bath, o100. .dep, service animals only.
microwave, refrigerator, Laundry facilities 'vail- 96Cal386-431-1917 or6904-.
stove, C/HA, and blinds able. Close to churches, 966-1396.
throughout. CR 235 stores, downtown shop- LAKHeights, over 2500 sqystone,
Brooker. $750 per month ping, theatre, and morel Heights, master beds2500 1 w/fire-
plus deposit. Call 904- See Manager at the Mag- 2 place, 4 full bathes, 1 wironge-
571-6561 or 352-468- nolia Hotel, across from place, 4 full baths, long
1093 noia Hote, across from term possibilities. $1200
1093.the Starke Post Office. pernonth. Call 678-640-
LAKE FRONT Keystone 904-964-4303. 1524.onth
Heights, over 2500 sqft, ..WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom 1BR FURNISHED.APT. wit
2 master beds, 1 w/fire- MH, clean, close to prison, carport, on Lake GenevaPT with
place, 4 full baths, long Call352-468-1323. and SR 100, Keystone
term possibilities. $1200 SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3 H 00 e
per month..Call 678-640- Heights, FL. $500 per
1524. BRORLAKEFRONT2/2. month, call 352-283-
FOR RENT, 2 BR, 1 BA, Deposit required. Call 4644.
S/W MH with CH/A. In 678-438-6828 or 678- 3BR/2BA DW ON ONE
small park on SR 121, 438-2865. ACRE CH/A, dishwash-
close to prisons. $400 a ONE MONTH FREE. 2, er, service animals only,
month, $500 deposit. Call 3 AND 4BR starting at $600 per month plus de-
904-364-8535. $579. W/D hook-ups posit 352-258-3540.
3 BR 1 1/2 BA in safe, quiet fitness center, computer 2BR/1BA in Hampton area,
neighborhood. Great room, pool. Pets wel- serviceanimalsonly.$450
starter home for young come. Whispering Oaks per month, $450 deposit.
family or retired couple. Apartments, 904-368- Call 904-545-6103.
New windows, new heat 0007. 2BR/1BA EAST SIDE OF
pump cenhal air. Up to WORTHINGTON SPRINGS Lake Santa Fe, withdock,
dae ki chen, side by side 2 AND 3 BR mobile stove, refrigerator, dish-
,',fridge, new linoleum, big homes. $400/mth and washer, w/d hookup. 2844
open back yard. Deposit, up. Rent includes pool, SE CR 21B, Melrose,
last month rent and refer- garbage, yard and home $695 per month, deposit
ence required. Call 814- .maintenance. Call 386- $600. Call 352-475-5533
257-9825, 496-2777. or 352-226-9220.
FOR.-RENTFURNISHED STUDIO APARTMENT
"1/1 cottage $800 per UTILITIES INCLUDED.
month, includes all uti- $400/mth. First and secu- W hisperi
lites, call Elaine at 904- rity. Call 352-473-2919
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FOR RENT, 2BR/2BA, big
yard,, service animals
only. $450.00 a month,
$450 deposit. Call 352-
468-1455.
STARKE 3BR/1.5BA SW,
$475 per month, plus
deposit,- Call 352-235-
6319.
14x66 '3BR/2BA MH on
1 acre lot just outside
Starke city limits, $550
per month, call 904-964-
8218.
3BR/2BA DW CR 233, $600
per month plus damage
deposit: No calls after
9pm, 904-964-6997.
INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX
of Raiford., DW for rent,
$500 month. 4BR/1.
1/2BA. Call 386-431-
1898.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED
1/1 cottage $800 per
month, includes all uti-
lites, call Elaine at 904-
966-2937.
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT
for rent. Full Kitchen &
bath, completely reno-
vated. $450 unfurnished,
$500 furnished. Includes
utilities. Deposit required
plus year lease. 226
South Thompson St.,
near downtown. Call Mr.
Corbin at 904-563-5410.
ADORABLE, CLEAN 1BR/
1BA cottage on White
Sands Lake. Big yard,
nice deck, safe, quiet
neighborhood. Paved
road. $550 a month. Call
352-475-5718.


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
SWMH, 2BR/1 1/2BA
$375 per month $400
deposit CH/A Call352-
213-4563
SMALL 1BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME, LOCATED IN
RAIFORD ON SR121
Free garbage pick up and
water, stove and refrig-
erator included $350/mth
with $250 security depos-
it. Service animals only.
Call 386-431-1631.
3/2 BRAND NEW HOME
IN STARKE $850, first,
last and deposit Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431
4/2 COUNTRY HOME -
SOME PASTURE. Lo-
cated in Providence/
Worthington Springs
area. CH/A, $900/mth.
Call 386-496-2354.
3BR/1BA HOUSE WITH
CH/A, private lot, $600
per month. Worthington/
Providence area. Call
386-496-2354.
3BR/2BA PARTLY FUR-
NISHED, MH in Keystone
Heights Clean, service
animals only. $650 per
month, first, last & depos-
it. Call 352-473-0464.
3BR/2BA MH, $650 per
month, plus deposit. 1
mile South of Wal-Mart.
Call 904-364-7107 or
904-364-7108.
3/1 HOUSE IN STARKE -
WASHER/DRYER. $650/
mth plus $825/dep. Call
904-614-7170.
3 MOBILE HOMES for rent..
3BR/2BADW, 16x802BR/
2BA SW, 14x70 2BR/2BA
SW. All in Starke area.
301 N., outside city limits.
Call 904-964-3355.
51
Lost/Found
REWARD! Black, long-
haired female German
Shepherd missing, has
deformed front paw that
requires special exer-
cises. Answers to Josie,
last seen Sat. Dec. 6th,
at 9PM off of SR 16 E.
Family pet & loved dearly.
If found, please contact
Marvin or Melanie Sand-
ers at 904-964-7454.
52
Animals and
Pets
DACHSHUND PUPPIES,'
solid black & tans, six
weeks old, will be about
15 Ibs full grown. 1st
shots & wormed, will hold
for Christmas with de-
posits. $100 each, call
352-478-8040.
SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
HUND MIX PUPPIES,
$100. Chihuahua and
Dachshund mix puppies,
$100. Call 904-964-5443
or 904-769-2300. 409 S.
Orange St. Starke, Fl.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
; including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call 904-
964-5764 for more infor-
mation.
5 MO. OLD'MIXED breed/
med. sized puppies for,
sale. Females, tan &
black, very cute. Raised
as ladies, rescued from


the hurricane Have had
first set of shots and are
very loving. Will make
great pets One loves to
play dress up, will make
the perfect little girl dog
$10, cal 904-533-2632.
POMERANIAN PUPPIES
for sale. CKC registered
Very small, 10 weeks old
2 males, 1 female Shots
& wormed. $350 call
904-964-5339.
RIDING LESSONS Gift
Certificates available
for Christmas. Hunter/
Jumper and Equestrian
with trainer of over 35
years of experience in
teaching beginners to
accomplished riders of
all ages. 904-626-1990
or 352-478-2412 or e-
mail ravenwoodfarm@
bellsouth.net
53A
Starke Yard
Sales
YARD SALE, Fri. & Sat.
8am to ?. 5447 NW CR
225, Lawtey Follow signs
from 16 and 301. Boy
and girl clothes, furniture,
appliances, a little bit of
everything.
KIDS CLOTHING, toys,
used appliances and fur-
niture. 10219 N. Division
Ave. Hampton. Thur.
Wed. 9am to 5pm.
LIN'S at 103 Edwards Rd,
Starke. CLOSING SALE!
Everything must go!
HOLIDAY GARAGE SALE.
Dec. 12th & 13th, Fri. &
Sat., 7am to 4pm. Laura
Church Road to 19th
Lane, follow the signs.
Christmas Decorations,
lots of nice gifts, clothes,
furniture, household
items, to much to name.
ANNUAL YARD SALE. Dec.
13th, Sat. 8am to 1pinm.
Starke KOA, 1475 S. Wal-
nut St. Crafts, games,
bikes, tires, clothes,
Christmas items, furniture
and lots of stuff! Food
stand from 10Oam to 1pm,
come and see!
YARD SALE, antiques,
glassware, china, and
collectibles. 305 N. Clark
St. Fri. & Sat.
PRE MOVING SALE, girls
clothes, adult clothes,
tools, home decor, toys,
1997 Gibson Los Paul
electric guitar with Fender
amp. Sat. 9am to ?
20616 NW71stAve. Fol-
low signs from 16 and 229
A. Call 904-364-8098.


HUGE YARD SALE, Pleas-
ant Grove United Meth-
odist Church. Corner of
229 & 177 St., Fri 8am
to 1pm, and 3pm to 6pm,
Sat 8am to 2pm Furni-
ture, adult & baby clothes,
etc.
YARD SALE, Fri. & Sat. 8am
to 1pm, clothing, house-
hold, Bo-Flex & much
more 334 N. Myrtle St.
Starke.
YARD SALE, SAT only,
8am to 4pm. Off of Griffis
Loop. Clothing, all sizes,
novelties, toys, baby
items, movies & much
more.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE, Sat.
8am to 2pm. Womens
and kids clothing, shoes,
purses, toddler bed with
mattress, exercise ma-
chine, lots of toys & more.
SR 100 E, next to Edwards
grocery.
YARD SALE GRAHAM CR
225. Sat. & Sun. 8am til
5pm. Children clothes,
household items, etc.
MULTI FAMILY SALE 1305
Blanding Street, Starke.
Fri. & Sat. 8 am til ? Wom-
en's, mens, and baby
clothes, women scrubs,
toys, household items,
plates, knick knacks,
cookbooks and books
DEC. 12 & 13, 9am to 5pm.
16 West to CR 233, left 2
miles, follow signs. Home
interior, Avon, new gifts,
Christmas decorations,
household items, jewelry,
clothes of all sizes, some
new and much more.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY Yard
Sale. Lots of toys, house-
hold items, baby clothes,
a little of everything Sat.,
Dec. 13th, 986 N. Temple
Ave.Directly across from
the Courthouse on US
301 7am to 2pm.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
HUGE MOVING SALE, 800
Sq. ft. of great stuff. Fri.'
Sat. & Sun. 8am to 5pm.
136 Swisher Lakes Trail
(Putnam Hall) Call 407-
963-0444.
GIANT SALE, Friday and
Saturday 8am to 3pm.,
Dec. 12th & 13th, at the
Masonic Hall, 290 Pamet-
to St., next to Ace Hard-
ware. Clothes, Books &
Tools.
4 FAMILY SALE, Sat. only,
8am to 3pm. Many baby
items, household goods


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month, Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
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and clothes 211 SE 73rd
St., follow signs from
Tony's gas station,
MOVING SALE. 32" Sony
TV, 25" RCA TV, wash-
er/dryer, upright freezer,
small appliances, dishes,
kitchen items, misc. items.
Too much to mention!
Must sell ASAP. Thurs
Fri. & Sat. at 6317 Wof-
ford Dr. follow signs in
Highridge, located near
entrance. Call for prices.
904-458-6197.
GARAGE SALE, Fri. & Sat.
7am to 5pm. Jewelry, new
appliances, and some
great gifts for Christmas.
5843 CR 352, Keystone.
YARD SALE, Dec. 13, 8am
to 2pm, Faith Presby-
terian Church, midway
between Keystone and
Melrose.
YARD SALE, 8am to 12pm,
household & kid items,
highchair, gardening,
tools, books, etc. Some-
thing for everyone. 6264
Little Lake Geneva, Key-
stone, off Gasline.
HUGE ESTATE SALE, Fri.
Sat. & Sun., 8am to 5pm.
Located at 440 Atlantic
Ave., Interlachen, FL.
Take highway 20 or 315
to Interlachen, go slow
& watch for signs due to
heavy road construction
in this area. A two story
historic Victorian home
that must be moved due
to this highway construc-
tion. Previously owned
by Joseph Stock, former
mayor of Interlachen,
years of collecting must
be liquidated. Quality
of items in this sale are
first class! Partial listing
of items, extensive & un-
usual collection of textile,
including old table linens,
aprons, bedspreads, fine
handwork embroidery,
crochet, tatting, applique,
open work, pine lift top
washstand, chests, dress-
ers, night stands, hoosier
cabinet, 1930's Magic
Chef Cream & Green gas
stove (fully operational),
cast iron sink, oak Chairs,
2 pine farm tables, Dr.
table & chairs, pine Gate-
leg sewing table, primitive
pine 7 ft., 4 dr. cupboard,
mahogany telephone
table, server, side chairs,
rockers, twin beds, bed-
ding, side tables, includ-
ing marble tops, curio,
armoire, music cabinet,
fainting couch, bakers
rack, couch, loveseat,
glass coffee table, book-
cases, sellers cabinet,
Milton baby grand piano,
wool rugs, iron porch
turn, wicker, shabby chic
items, oil paintings, art-
work, fireplace needle-
point screen, mirrors,
pictures, lamps, collec-
tion of clocks, records
& china hands, kitchen
collectibles, sets of china,
Noritake Knowles, John-
son Bros., Stubenville,
Limoges & Bavarian. To
much to mention all! Sale


For Sale
in a down Real Estate
Market... It may take a little
longer to find a buyer...
Hang in and something
good will happen!
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53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
EVERYTHING MARKED
DOWN, yard sale held
bver. Buy one get one
free. Fill a bag of clothes
$2.00. 220 SE 1st St.
Lake Butler.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box., Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
FIGHT BACK! Stop attack-
ers instantly. Amazing
cell-phone stun guns de-
liver "shocking" results.
Free Catalog! Call 904-
858-3331 Ext. 143.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL WASHERS and
dryers, new type $95
and up, each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
INTERNET STEEL BUILD-
ING sale, all sizes, can
erect. Beautiful long
life. Utility, Industrial,
Commercial. Call 904-
538-1399 or visit the web
site at www.scg-grp.com,
Source#16H.


FIREWOOD FOR SALE,
pecan. $50 per truckload,
L.W.B. Can deliver or you
pick-up. Call 904-782-
3308, ask for Maxi, leave
message.
WHITE REFRIGERATOR,
works great. Self defrost.
$100, call 904-964-5443
or 904-769-2300 for more
information.
WOOD BURNING STOVE,
will heat a 1200 to 1400
SOFT house. $400 OBO.
Call 904-964-6830.
59
Personal
Services
HANDY MAN -SERVICES
outdoor furniture, yard
work/clean up, land scap-
ing, bush hogging, field
mowing, home repair,
carpentry, lawn care, and
more. Call Craig & Sons
at 352-226-5781.
WILL SIT WITH ELDERLY,
day or night. Salary neg.
Call cell 352-745-1216, or
home 386-431-1152.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for


M.H & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $125 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
JP'S DIRT AND TRACTOR
WORK. We haul, till dirt,
hardpan, topsoil, gravel,
rock, slag. You need
it, we can get it... Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
64
Business
Opportunities
BUSINESS FOR SALE,
health food store in Key-
stone Heights. Well es-
tablished, well stocked
with up to date merchan-
dise. Turnkey Business.
Selling due to sickness,
and ownei retiring. Call
352-473-0864 after 6PM.
65
Help Wanted
THE BEST JOB EVER!
Wholesale company of
electronic goods seeking
eager E-bay sales execu-
tive. Must be experienced
on E-bay w/2 years selling
power and ten or more
positive feed back points.
Great pay/great hours.
Apply Now! 800-728-
4160 ext.301, or email
resume to resumes2k8.
eti@gmail.com


LAND LAND LAND
Incredible Deals/Slashed Prices
Bradford, Alachua, Union and
Gilchrist Counties 100's of Acres
of timberland being divided and
sold.
Some are landlocked and buyer is
responsible for obtaining access.
Prices starting as low as
$2,200/ac. and up.
CALL TODAY FOR LIST
352-475-3500 352-376-1371
Broker
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KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS

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Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovel) landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor Il. ing
Convenient laundry facilities No pets,


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DEPT. OF AGRICULTURAL
JOBS $12.73 -$29.45/
HR NOW HIRING.
Many positions available.
For appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8288,
24hrs, emp. serv.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
all shifts. Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091,
904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091, 904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
ARMED SECURITY OFFI-
CERS D-G Gainesville,
FL. Full-time, $10.50/hr.
Monday-Friday, 2pm til
10pm, great benefits. Call
904-399-1813. EOE, M/
F/D/N.


EMPLOYMENT OPPORTU-:
NITY for inmate supervi-
sor. Job duties include.
but are not limited to,.
supervision of State in-.
mates. City desires art
individual with inmate
supervisory experience.
City will provide training:
when available by State.
Department of Correc-'
tions. Position is perma-:
nent part-time, two nine'
hour days weekly. Salary,
based on qualifications.
Application deadline is;
December 30, 2008, or.
until position is filled. Ap-
plication available at City:
Hall, 555 S. Lawrence
Blvd., Keystone Heights,:
FL. Questions, contact:
City Hall at 352-473-4807.:
EOE. Drug free/smoke-
free work place.
71
Farm
Equipment
HAY BALER, CLAAS 46,
Rollant. Round roll.'
$8,000. Call Gary at:
352-333-0884 for more-
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,- Sheila Daughert,

Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2BR/IBA, Corner 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 Acres Just Off Griffis Loop..........$29,950
City lot on Harutha St. .....................$7,500
* 9.82 ac. in Hampton-owner fin.. ...$63,830
* 23 ac. in Hampton-owner fin. ......$149,500
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.~. 16 E. Starke MUST SELL $99,500
* New Hope onRaiford R -'3.B' 3 BA,
"!'212 sq: ft. Starke .......... $147,200
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq. ft. Starke...................... $149,900




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1/1 Cottage in Keystone w/lake access $450/mo &
security.
2/1 Triplex w/lake access. $500/mo & security
1/1 Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo & security.
1/1 Cottage on Silver 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 $725/mo &
security.

2/2 Home on Clear Lake, Hawthorne $800/mo &
security
2/1 Home w/garage on Lake Geneva. $825/mo &
security.
3/2 Home in Melrose, Clay County $850/mo &
security.
3/2 Brick home w/pool in Hawthorne $1,100/mo &
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Florida's rivers.
BY RACHEL CRANE
Special to the Telegraph
There are- many
environmental issues that go
unnoticed every day. One of
these issues is nitrate pollution
of rivers, which has been
affecting Florida for years and
is increasing with time.
Nitrogen pollution is the
product -of both natural and
anthropogenic (human-based)
sources.
Dr. Mark Clark, an
extension specialist in
wetlands and water quality and
an assistant professor at UF in
the Soil and Water Science
Department, said some of the
natural sources of nitrate
pollution are rainfall that hits
the soil and nitrogen fixed in
the atmosphere. Some of the
anthropogenic causes are
fertilizer and waste from
animals and humans.
Nitrogen: is an essential
element to life on earth;
however, like anything else, an
excess amount can be harmful.
Sometimes, things that appear
clean and healthy are in fact
lacking ,the appropriate
nutrients to grow and thrive to
its full potential.
"If you don't have enough
nitrogen in a lake or river, the
water may. be clear but not
sufficient in nutrients to
establish ; a healthy
environment for the fish,"
Clark said.
On the other hand, too much
nitrogen can cause more plant
production i and algae growth.
The overabundance of plants
can use up more oxygen,
which can leave fish and
aquatic. insects without the
sufficient oxygen to live.
According to Clark, "The
Santa Fe and Suwannee rivers
have both been impacted by
nitrate pollution."
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and there are certain levels of
nitrogen that are acceptable for
drinking water and water in the
natural environment.
"We are the source of nitrate
levels rising," Clark said, and
local residents can take actions
to prevent these levels from
rising. "If you live in the Santa
Fe watershed, you should think
about not fertilizing your lawn.
If you live there and you have
pets, you should maintain their
wastes to make sure it doesn't
pollute the water."
Nitrate pollution is not a
reaction that occurs all at once,
so the slow effects are often
overlooked. This issue is not
directly deadly to humans,
except as infants; however, "It
can have considerable effects
on the ecosystem in which we
live," Clark said.
Eric Smith, a manager at a
local tree nursery and an
environmental management in
agriculture graduate from UFP,
said, "Steps are now being
taken to ensure that far less
fertilizer finds its way into the
groundwater and therefore the
rivers."
The use of controlled-release
fertilizers and the introduction
of Best Management Practices
have led to drastic reductions
of nitrate levels in agricultural
runoff, Smith said.
Clark said the reason this
issue is so pertinent now is
because of the increase of
pollution in recent years.
"These issues are all on the
rise."
....Clark also said he believes
that although awareness is
growing, "Education is not
sufficient to change people's
behavior to help this issue." He
points out that people are not


going to take preventative
measures unless they feel some
sort of connection to the river
such as place identity or
dependency.
Small changes to our daily
lives caiin do a great deal to-
help the bigger picture.
"A lot of times we don't
become aware of the problem
until it's too late," Clark said.
Robert Beall, whose family
has owned a home on the
Suwannee River for years, has
a special kind of connection
with the river. He is aware of
nitrate river pollution and takes
preventative measures to make
sure he is not contributing to
pollution.
According to Beall, he
would "do anything to help the
river and the wildlife in and
around it." He loves the
Suwannee River and would
hate to see anything
contaminate it.


"I feel that the people that
live on the river have a- close
connection with its well-
being," Beall said.
Clark pointed out that this is
not a small issue. There is a
-dead. zone the size of New
Jersey in the Gulf of Mexico
off the coast of Louisiana. The
dead zone is partly a result of
high concentrations of nitrate,
and in many parts of this area
only jellyfish can survive.
,Environmental issues that
begin as minor problems often
lead to much larger concerns.
.For instance, the nitrate
pollution of rivers can lead to
more major problems such as a
dead zone.
.With a sense of seriousness,
Clark said, "Our choices
collectively will make a
difference. This difference will
either be positive or negative."
Rachel Crane is a student at
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River of Life students take field trip
River of Life Academy's pre-k and kindergarten students recently toured the Starke
Post Office and Starke Fire Department. They had a fun time and are looking
forward to future visits. Thanks go to postal clerk Mike Brannon and the fire
department's Lt. Gary Wise for making the field trips unforgettable for the students.
Pictured above, at the post office, are (1-r): Mary Cole, Edith Lynn, Andrea Lee,
Libby Bennett, Gabe Adams, Summer Crews, Annabelle Kuhne, Shad6 Cummings
and Chaslin Lynn. Mike Brannon is pictured behind the counter.


Katelynd Foster


Katelynd Foster
Kenya Monique Long and
Carl Larmur Foster of
Gainesville announce the birth
of their daughter, Katelynd
Malissah Foster, born Nov. 26,
2008 in Gainesville. She
weighed 6 pounds 5 ounces
and was 19 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Caroline W. Long and the late
Frank J. Long.
Paternal grandparents are the
late Carl Foster Sr. and Jonny
Jones.


Woman's Club
meeting set
The Woman's Club at Starke
will hold their regular meeting
and luncheon December 10. A
social hour will be held at
11:30 a.m. The program and
luncheon will be at noon.
A Christmas program -will
feature Gary and Karen
Hardesty.

Seaman Hitt
completes basic
Navy Reserve Seaman
Recruit James B. Hitt, stepson
of Donald L. McGee of
Newark, Ohio and nephew of
Maria K. Gall of Keystone
Heights recently completed
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Great Lakes, Illinois.
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practical instruction on naval
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water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed


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