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Title: Union County times
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: January 15, 2009
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Union


USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, FIc


County


irida Thursday, January 15, 2009


96th Year 40th Issue 50 CENTS


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Step-Up UC!
Step-Up Union County has
been scheduled for Saturday,
March 14. The event will
begin at 9 a.m, at the Union
Depot Pavilion, located next
to the Lake Butler City Hall
building.
The goals for Step-Up Union
County 2009 are to increase
awareness of physical activity
and provide opportunities for
physical activity.
An organizational meeting
will take place on Jan. 16 at
9 a.m. at the Union County
Health Department. Sign up
your organization now or
receive more information by
contacting Joe Pietrangelo
at the health department at
(386) 496-3211 or by email
at joseph_pietrangelo@doh.
state.fl.us.

Valentine's
celebration
Feb. 13 in
Lake Butler
Tickets are now on sale for
the second annual Lake Butler
Rotary Club Valentine's
Celebration. The event will
be held on Friday, Feb. 13,-
from 7:30-11:30 p.m. 'at the
Lakeside Community Center
in Lake Butler.
The ticket price of $20 per
person or $35 for couples.
It includes dinner, dancing,
door prizes and other fun
for you and your sweetheart.
The grand prize winner will'
receive a Bahamas cruise.fbr
two. The theme is music from
the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, so
wear your best poodle skirt,
hippie garb or leisure suit.
Tickets can be purchased
from any Rotary Club
member or picked up at
the office of Rotary Club
president and local attorney
Russ Wade, at 155 SE 6th
Place in Lake Butler. Tickets
are also available at the office
of the Union County Times.
For more information, contact
Maggie Wetzel at (386) 496-
2020.

Free diabetes
support in LB
- A free diabetes support
group is forming in Lake
Butler. Whether you are newly
diagnosed or an established
diabetic who needs additional
support, you will find
information and support with
this group.
Sponsored by the Union
County Health Department,the
group will assist diabetics who
are feeling overwhelmed and
uncertain of how to properly
manage their diabetes. Come
and share your concerns with
health professionals and other
diabetics.
The group will meet
monthly. Come join in and
share your concerns, ask
questions and learn how to
better manage and take control
of your diabetes.
Call now, and register for
the free meetings. The first
2009 meeting will be held
at the Union County Public
Library on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
To register call Liz Floyd
at (386) 496-3211 or contact
her via e-mail at Elizabeth_
floyd@doh.state.fl.us. You
can also call Kathryn Castro
at (904) 723-2162, ext. 104.

Want to publicize
your event, meeting
or fundraiser?
Contact the Times
and let us get the
word out for you!
(386) 496-2261


Tigor Idol contest resumes tonight at UCHS
Tiger Idol resumes Thursday, Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m. In.the Union County High School auditorium. Admission
price is $5 at the door. Vying for the title of UCHS Tiger Idol 2009 are: (back row, I-r) Mia Chislhom, Kala
Hartley, Hunter Hughes, Lounetta Watkins, Melissa Brown, Marissa Chimlnto, Britney Prezkop, (front, I-r)
Joshua Adkins, Nikole Anselowitz, Jessica Brown, Samantha BaIr and Camryn Wessner.


ABOVE: A second ,
floor mezzanine offers
maintenance workers :..
easy access to duct ;
work apd control
panels, as opposed I
to crawling around in
hard-to-reach spaces i
to check for leaks or
,

change out filters. -
RIGHT: An Inside view ,
of one of the new ".'
classrooms shows
modern windows and a :. .i

The walls are painted a
calming and subdued
yellow.. n.


New LBMS wing completed


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Although Lake Butler Middle School
fifth-graders and teachers have anticipated
moving into their neway completed
building, Principal Russell Larramore said
he wants them to wait just a bit longer
before settling in.
"We are all anxious about getting set up
in the new building, but I think it's best for
the students if we maintain stability and
not introduce something new until after
FCAT," he said.
This should give the fifth-graders
something to look forward to after getting
those tests over anddone-with in February
and March. Larramore couldn't be happier
with the ease of the construction phase of
the new 10,000-square-foot, six-classroom
building pod, saying he's never had a
construction project run so smoothly as this
one built by Mandese White Construction
of Gainesville.
"Along with Mandese, I commend
district Finance Director Mike Shockley


and the district office employees. This is
the smoQthest construction project I have
ever experienced," Larramore said.
Superintendent Carlton Faulk also
offered praises, for Mandese White. "We
are all very: pleased with the construction.
of the new classroom's," Faulk said. "The
contractor met with our team on a regular
basis, things have been as we were told...
they did an outstanding;job for us."
Unlike most other counties, fifth grade
in Union County is a milestone year
for students because they begin attending
middle school. This fact disturbs some
parents who believe a middle school
transition is too early for fifth graders.
However, with an elementary school
already bursting at the seam' housing
pre-K through fourth grade with many
classrooms in portable buildings, there
was just no other practical way for the
district to handle the situation.
Construction on the new building began
as school shut down for summer break in
2008. Minimal changes to the school's


existing landscape took place with only
two Sabal palm trees being removed to
make way for the new building.
The building's exterior blends in
with the existing middle school's brick
exterior and metal roofing scheme. The
only noticeable difference is the windows,
which were changed by the latest building
code regulations.
Inside,the walls and floors of the hallway
match the purple and gold theme gracing
the halls of the existing middle school
buildings. Each classroom door opens
to 870 square feet of classroom space
that includes seating for 22 children, a
teacher's desk and computer workstations.
Each classroom also has a sink and cabinet
storage area.
A door inside each classroom opens
to a shared student cubby/storage area
and boys and girls restroom facilities.
A separate door opens to a 250-square-
foot shared teacher storage-planning area
See LBMS, p. 2A


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community. 1 Ill B l I

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858 6 89076 63869


Curfew

discussed
BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Minor children should not
be running about the streets
late at night, especially on
school nights. At the Jan. 12
city of Lake Butler commission
meeting, that is what Lt. Doug
York of the Union County
Sheriff's Office asked the city
of Lake Butler commissioners
to consider as they begin
discussing imposing a citywide
curfew for juveniles.
* York said he has studied
curfew ordinances that were
put in place as preventative
measures in other small cities
such as Green Cove Springs
and Orange Park and the
curfews appear to be beneficial
in a number of ways.
While we enjoy a relatively
safe community, the late night
hours are peak crime times.
See CURFEW, p. 6A









WS man
arrested
for child
abuse

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer.
School Resource Officer
Deputy Crews was summoned
to a report of domestic violence
involving a student at Lake
Butler Middle School on the.
morning of Jan. 12.
A 14-year-old student
reported to an administrator
that, the, night before, she had
allegedly been struck in the
face by her father. As required
by law, Crews immediately
notified the Department of
Children and Families who
took custody of the minor child
and an 11-year-old sibling.
The mother of the children
was located in Gainesville
and returned to Lake Butler
to discuss the alleged abuse.
After conducting interviews,
the children were handed over
to their mother. Steven Harrold,
43, of Worthington Springs,
was booked into the Union
County Jail without incident.
He is being charged with felony
battery, domestic violence and
child abuse. A restraining order
has been issued against him. He
was expected to appear in court
on Wednesday.
"This is one of the reasons
we feel it is important to have
a school resource officer
available at our school," said
Lt. Doug York. "It is invaluable
that children have someone they
know they can go to when they,
need help and Deputy Crews
was immediately available to
protect the minor child."

Stolen vehicle
found in
Columbia
County
Lt. Doug York with the Union
County Sheriff's Office reports
that a 1999 Ford Expedition
stolen from a Lake Butler
residence on New Year's Day
has been recovered.
The vehicle was found by
officers with the Lake City
Police Department on Jan. 7.
York said the investigation
continues into three unnamed
suspects, but declined to state
whether the suspects were
residents of Lake Butler or
Lake City, or a mixture of both.
However, he did state that latent
See POLICE, p. 3A











'pagirE.


LBMS:
Continued from p. 1A

between each classroom.
New student desks arrived a
week before Christmas break.
Shockley wisely sought input
from Technology Coordinator
Scott Woodall during the
planning stages to find out
what was needed in advance
to pre-wire each classroom
with all the necessary media
technology equipment such as
classroom computers, Internet
access and smart boards.
One neat energy savings
feature included in the new
building is a motion sensor
that operates the lights in the
storage area, restrooms and
teacher offices.
A second floor mezzanine
offers easy open access to
air conditioning and heating
system conduits, duct work and
control panels, as opposed to
maintenance workers crawling
around in hard-to-reach spaces
to work on the system, check
for leaks or change out filters.
A walkway connecting the
front sidewalk of the school
with the fifth-grade building


is in place with the metal
covering finished in December.
According to Mandese White
Project Manager Darin Brown,
when the school shut down
for Christmas break, all that
remained to be completed was
a few punch-list items.
Shockley said that although
change orders are expected
on commercial projects, on
this project, they were very
minimal.
"I am very satisfied, as
Mandese did everything
they said they would do and
maintained the projected
schedule. This is the first
project I've seen that has come
near being done on time," he
said.
School board members
remained actively involved
during the construction, with
most fearing the worst due to
past experiences with school
construction contractors.
Shockley credits board member
Alvin Griffis with being an
asset to the project during the
planning and construction
phases mainly because of
his purchasing experience
gained through many years of
employment with Northeast
Florida State Hospital in
Macclenny.


Library receives gift of funds


Just before Christmas
break, workers with
Mandese White
Construction put the final
touches on the covered
walkway that leads to the
fifth grade wing. All that's
missing now in the new
wing is the students.





BELOW: Also between
each classroom is a shared
teacher storage and work
space area.


The new $1.5 million building
was funded by Florida's
Classrooms for Kids, a fund
established for construction
projects or renovations that
assist in pupil classroom size
reductions. Principal Larramore :
said he plans to hold a ribbon-
cutting ceremony and open
house at a later date.


What does it
mean to be a
humanitarian?
Dear Editor:
The dictionary defines
a humanitarian as: A person
promoting human welfare and
social reform.
That is really a cold,
clinical definition and does not
accurately describe what I now
know to be a humanitarian.
My definition and perfect
example of a humanitarian
is Assistant Warden Chris
.Southerland. I have known
Mrs. Southerland for years
and I am still overwhelmed by
her'kindness, generosity and
overall genuine concern for the
less fortunate people in our
community.
Many of us have a passion
to assist the less fortunate or
a worthy charitable cause.
What often separates us from
humanitarians like her is the
instilled core set of values and
caring qualities that drive her
to make a hands-on difference
in these situations that require
humanitarian action.
Recently I had theopportunity
to deliver Christmas baskets
to the needy people of our
community. This was a very
small gesture in comparison
to the contributions of Mrs.
Southerland.
After meeting many of
these unfortunate people and
seeing their situations first
hand it made me realize just
how much Mrs. Southerland
really cares about people to
put forth the time and effort to
make a positive contribution
to their lives. Whether it be
delivering Christmas baskets
to the needy, the guardian ad
litem program, the children's
annual Christmas party, the
American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life or any other
worthy cause you can always
count on Mrs. Southerland's
big heart and good nature to
make any campaign a huge
success.
The same qualities that make
her a great humanitarian also


Chris Southerland
Assistant Warden

transcend to her professional
life as well. She is a positive
leader who always has a kind,
encouraging word for staff. We
have heard the term "servant
leader" a lot lately. Well Mrs.
Southerland was a servant
leader before any of us even
knew what the definition of a
servant leader was.
Those who know her humble'
personality would know that
she likes to operate out of the
spotlight and would quickly
dismiss any recognition and
give all the credit to others. But
we all know she is more than
deserving of all the accolades
that she receives.
I can honestly say that
she has inspired me and I'm
sure many others to be more
humanitarian in our lives so
that we can make a difference
in someone else's, just as she
does day in and day out.
This is the true definition of
a humanitarian.
Karen Clemons
Correctional Officer Major
On behalf of staff of RMC


RMC proud
to play part
in butterfly

garden
Dear Editor:
Lake Butler Elementary
School created an area at the
school to dedicate the memory
of students whose lives were
taken by tragic circumstances.
This memorial area consisted
of a large mural of Lake Butler
Lake and the horizon with
thoughtful, loving expressions
and children's handprints on
each side to honor these fallen
children.
Located in front of the wall is
a flowerbed which is included
as part of this memorial. The
administration of the Reception
and Medical Center wanted
to assist with the preparation
of such a special place by
creating colorful butterflies
and dragonflies to be placed
randomly throughout the
flowerbed.
The butterflies and'
dragoffflies were patterned of
different sizes and cut from
wood by staff. An inmate artist
painted the wooden forms and
they were then prepared to
adorn the garden.
It is an honor to assist our
community with such an
important project and the
Reception and Medical Center
is proud to be a part of this
special endeavor.
Warden Timothy H.
Cannon, Assistant Warden
of Operations Donnell
Robinson, Assistant Warden of
Programs Chris Southerland,
Correctional Officer Colonel
W.D. Ellis, Correctional
Officer Major A.W. Clemons.


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Vineyard-
peach tree
workshops
set Jan. 24
A Home Vineyard Workshop,
Wine Making and Peach Tree
Pruning Demonstration will be
held in Providence, on Saturday,
Jan. 24, from 10-11 a.m.
Muscadine grape vineyard
workshop to include:
Trellis design
Training new vines
Cultivar selection
Fertilizer management
SVine sources
Irrigation
Home wine making to
include:' .. ..
Equipmentand supplies .to
get started
Questions and answers
with John Sirvent of Sirvent
Vineyards
Peach tree pruning
demonstration to include:
* Bloom and fruit thinning
varieties for North Florida
Fertilization
SSpray program
Directions: S.R. 238
(Providence Highfiway) to
intersection of C.R. 241. Go
north one mile, and as you
descend the hill at the Bielling
farm, look left and you will see
the extension office sign with
an arrow at the driveway of
9897 NW C.R. 241.
Sponsored by the Union
County Extension Office,
Mike Bielling and Sirvent
Vineyards.

There ain't nothing that
breaks up homes, country,
and nations like somebody
publishing their memoirs.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American
Humorist, Actor


Lake City Office
386 755 8887


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Brian S. Crawford

President
License: CBC 1251118


www.conceptconstruction.net


Mercantile Bank donated $5,000 for\the purchase of the circulation desk that
will grace the new Union County-Public Library. The check was presented by
bank Vice President Bill Cobb and accepted by Library Director Mary Brown.
Also instrumental in acquiring the generous gift were Mercantile's Marketing
President Suzanne Norris and Branch Manager Zack Smith..


PUBLIC AUCTION




To benefit First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler Honduras Missionary Trip
Friday, January 16, 2009
at Lakeside Community Center
in Lake Butler






Over 75 Items to Bid on Such As:
* 3-night stay in chalet in North Carolina
Mountains
* 2 tickets to 2009 FL. vs. Tenn. home
football game
* Turkey and deer hunting trip Vov'
* 2 Summit tree stands * Several shotguns vL'
" 1 2-gauge Smith & Wesson 1)v
* 20-gauge Remington Shotgun
* Autographed Gator baseball jerseys
* Leather Furniture
" Autographed Mary Nesbitt baseball card
* 10 VIP passes to Regal Cinemas
* Electric guitar
* Desert items
* Persian rug
* Tools, Lawn Equipment and Much More!
All proceeds of the auction will benefit sending a
group of 15 men on a construction/missionary trip
to Honduras on Jan. 18.
For more information, call (386) 496-3704.


CA-W;- DM;









January 15, 2009 TIMES Page 3A


Spring Library Schedule

Programs begin at 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday.
All programs are free and open to the public. For more
information, call (386) 496-3432, You can also visit the-
Web site at www.newriver.lib.fl.us.


Feb. 4-5 Feathered
Friends
Feb. 11-12 Be Mine
Feb. 18-19 Night-Nite
Feb. 25-26 Creepy
Crawlers
March 4-5 Let's Go Wild
March 11-12 Are You
Hungry?


March 25-26 Pretty Pink
Pigs
April 1-2 Here
Kitty-Kitty
April 8-9 Hop Hoppity


April 15-16
April 22-23
April 29-30


Easter
My Family
Where I Live
Let's Dance


Union County Public Library 175 W. Main St., Lake Butler


Family Game Night at the Library
Board games, card games, lots of games for family and friends! Food, fun and -
prizes will be on tap at the Union County Public Library's Family Game Night _.
on Saturday, Jan. 17, from 5,8 p.m. Admission is $1 per person. Children
under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Call (386) 496-3432
for more information or visit www.newriver.lib.fl.us


125,000 Bibles for troops since
the beginning of the Iraqi War.
The Associated Press recently
reported that a young soldier
in Iraq was hit in his chest
by a bullet fired from a high-
powered rifle by a terrorist and
the pages of his Bible provided
by this ministry stopped the
bullet.
A special offering will be
taken at this service to help
provide Bibles for 40,000
soldiers who will be deployed
in the next 90 days. The Bibles
costs $4 each to print and are
the only Bible air-lifted by
military transport to the troops.
Revival Fires is an
Yellow Ribbon international ministry with
Yello0w Ribbon mission outreaches in Iraq,
Rally Jan 1 0 Russia, China and India, as
well as across the United States.
A Yellow Ribbon Rally will Todd is credited as being the
take place at First Christian only person ever invited to
Church of Lake Butler on preach at Russia's Red Square
Sunday, Jan. 18, at 10:30 a.m. in -Moscow for a May Day
with featured speaker Cecil Celebration that'was attended
Todd, the founder and president by more than one million.
of the worldwide Revival Fires
Ministry in Branson, Missouri. For 20 years, Todd was
Minister Art Peterson the featured speaker on the
said -the--purposeo,4the non-.--.syndicated_.program, "Revival
denominational 'ra-ily7i to show Fires," seen on f53" television
support for otfftroti~s, honor stations every week. He also
our veterans and to call America produced and aired 12 one-
to repentance and prayer. hour TV specials, has made
Dr.. Todd will share a dynamic 26 mission trips to Russia,
message on the theme, "Wake distributed two million Bibles
Up, America!" All veterans and in Russia's public schools
those currently in the armed and another two million to
forces will be recognized and Russia's Red Army, built four
honored. chapels of worship on or near
At the request of the chief Russian military bases, started
chaplains at the Pentagon, several new congregations
Revival Fires Ministries has in the former Soviet Union,
assisted in providing more than started and pastured a church


Parent
workshop


Cecil Todd


in Moscow with 565 becoming
members the first day.
Todd has met and prayed
with presidents, governors,
senators, congressmen, sports
stars, moviemakers and other
famous celebrities from around
the world. He was honored
to have a meal with former
President Ronald Reagan in his
home and to interview Reagan
twice for television specials.
Todd and his wife Linda are
the parents of six children,
who are all ordained into the
Christian -ministry. Todd holds
three doctor of divinity degrees,
including a PhD in Biblical
studies and a bachelor's degree
in sacred literature from Ozark
Christian College in Joplin,
Missouri.
The Yellow Ribbon Rally is a
non-denominational gathering
open to the public. For more
information, call Peterson at
(386) 496-3956.


planned
Now is the time to join other
families in preparing for those
critical moments that will
define your child's life. The
Union County School District
will sponsor. a workshop for
parents of students in grades
3-8.
The Guiding Good Choices
workshop is the best time and
effort you can spend investing
in your child's future. Don't
miss this great opportunity that
begins later this month. Check
next week's newspaper for
more details:

School's out
Jan. 19-20
There will be no school for
students on Monday, Jan'. 19,
due to the Martin Luther King Jr.
remembrance, nor on Tuesday,
Jan. 20, for a scheduled teacher
workday.




POLICE:
Continued from p. 1A
fingerprints and other evidence
is currently being examined
and the department is following
leads that include interviewing a
group of juveniles in Columbia
County.


City hall
closed Jan. 19
Lake Butler City Hall will
be closed on Monday, Jan. 19,
in observance of the Martin
Luther King Jr. holiday. The
city will still have regular trash
pickup on Monday.

Meeting set
to discuss
spray field
lease Jan. 21
The City of Lake Butler
commissioners will meet in
special session on Wednesday,
Jan. 21, at 9:30 a.m. to discuss
-and possibly take action- on
the Hendricks Turf/city spray
field lease. This public meeting
will take place at City Hall,
located at 200 SW 1st St. For
more information, call (386)
496-3401.


7 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in
Lake Butler.

Breman guest
speaker at
Hist. Society
meeting
Union County Extension
Director Jacque Breman will
be the guest speaker at the
monthly meeting of the Union
County Historical Society, on
Monday. Jan. 26, at 7..p.m.
Breman will give a history of
agriculture in Union County.


Project Grad
meets Jan. 26
The next Project Grad meeting
will be held on Monday, Jan.
26, at 7 p.m. The meeting will
take place in the classroom of
Marcie Tucker at Lake Butler
Middle School.


American UC Library
Legion meets Board meets
Jan. 22 Jan 26
The regular meeting of the
American Legion will take Union County Library Board
place on Thursday, Jan. 22, at will meet on Monday, Jan. 26,
at 5 p.m. at the library.



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First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler will hold a public
auction on Friday, Jan. 16. A'
chili dinner will be served at
6 p.m. followed by the live
auction at 7 p.m. All proceeds
will benefit sending a group
of 15 men on .a construction-
missionary trip to Honduras on
Jan. 18. For more information,
call (386) 496-3704.
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints: Members
of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints will
conduct citywide clean-up day
in Lake Butler on Saturday,
Jan. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Youth from Latter Day Saints
churches located in Lake Butler,
Macclenny, Starke, Lake City,
Branford and Live Oak will
be participating in the church
community service event.
First Community Church
of Brooker will host a gospel
sing with Southern Joy and
Junior Combs of Baldwin on


Saturday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m. The
church is located on Tetstone
Avenue For more information,
please call Pastor George Dyal
at (386) 496-2805.
Raiford First Baptist
Church will hold its fifth
Saturday Praise Fest on
Saturday, Jan. 31. Free
hamburgers and hot dogs will
be served at 6 p.m. followed by
the music of "Calvary's Voice."
Everyone is invited to attend.
Raiford First Baptist
Church serves as a distributor
for the Angel Food Ministry
as part of its community
outreach program. 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.
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
people." For more information,
call (386) 496-2859 or visit
them on the Web at www.
gcfbc.org.
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 begin at 7 p.m.
New Beginning Holiness
Church invites everyone to
attend its regular Sunday school
from 10-11:15 a.m., followed
by the morning service at 11:30
a.m. with Pastor Samiuel A.
Jackson. Bible study is held
eveiy Wednesday evening at
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Gracle Allen top riders were (left to right) Mel Ellington, Priscilla Seay, Janice
Parrish, Sherry Combs and Sue Lagasse.


Fingerling top rider McKenzie Wiles with Mel
Ellington.


Madison Brown (right) was awarded as
the Most Improved Rider. She is pictured
with Mel Ellington, treasurer of the riding
club.


Left to right are Clenton Gay, Clarence Seay, Roscoe Seay, John Johns and
Ronnie Williams as the Jack Benny top riders.


Garth Ellington (left) and Keith Holmes were the
Junior Boys top riders.


BELOW: Powder Puff top rider awards went '. .- 4'ev E li a;.
to (left to right) Joy Williams, Sandy Holmes, Top riders among the Junior Girls Division were
Rhonda Mott, Robin Combs and Kristy (left to right) Stephanie Waldeck, Caylen Baker and
Thornton. Courtney Love.


Ashlynn Turknett was awarded as
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President Clenton Gay.


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Shamari Holland (second from left) with adoptive
parent Dot Green who proudly displays her adoption
certificate. On the far left is UCHS assistant boys
basketball coach Tron Griffin and on the far right is
boys basketball head coach Jonathan Willis.


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Adkins opposes


state hospital


privatization


The Northeast
Florida State
Hospital in
Macclenny employs
1 I QO1ioca[.
residents.
Rep. Janet Adkins mad(
herfirst trip toTallahasseefor
the special session to reduce
the state budget by $2.3
billion due to the economic
slowdown. Initially, i
appeared to be a routine
meeting to address budge
cuts in Florida. Now Adkins
has a new appreciation foi
the old adage, "baptism by
fire."
As an incoming freshman
she quickly realized tha
this was not the case. A
controversial House Counci
Bill -materialized with
language that was added
late Tuesday evening tha
would have required th(
Department of Children and
Families to issue a request for
information to outsource the
operation and management
of Northeast Florida State
Hospital.
The Baker County mental
health facility employs 1,10(
local residents. Currently
four state mental health
treatment facilities in Soutl
Florida are privatized.
Adkins and the board
of county commissioners
from Baker and Bradford
counties worked together to
oppose the inclusion of this
language in the final bill tha
was brought to the house
floor for a vote yesterday.
Commissioners called
emergency meetings t(
adopt a resolution to
endorse an OPPAGA review
to determine whether
privatization of state menta
health treatment facilities ha:
worked. They joined Adkin:
in their opposition that the
proposal was outside the
call of session, preventing i
from being taken up.
Working with Chairmai
Llorente, Adkin
successfully passed ai
amendment that removed
the language that directed(
DCF to move forward witl
a plan for privatization.
The amendment wa
adopted and the measure to
proceed with privatization
was halted. Titled
"Amendment #1," it was
ironically enough, Adkins
first official amendment
since arriving as a nev
member.


"I am grateful to Chairman,
Llorente in his leadership
and assistance," said
Adkins. "Nprtheast Florida
State Hospital provides
good, quality care to the
most needy and vulnerable
cTitFzens of our stale."
-" dkins added that the
e hospital is a previous
r winner of the Governor's
e Sterling Award for its
. proven excellence in
c organization, performance
t and management.
e Having toured the
t hospital along with the
s local correctional facilities,
r Adkins said she does not
Y believe privatization would
serve the needs of the state
nor the taxpayers.
t "The hard work of the
k men and women employed
1 at these facilities provide
1 effective services for our tax
1 dollars," she said.
t Often when chronically
mentally ill individuals are
1 released too soon from state
r hospital care, their health
e can deteriorate. This makes
t for an increased need of
e emergency care, often
involving law enforcement
1 and jails.
) "My grandfather once
, said, 'You can be penny
h wise and pound foolish,' so
h when dealing with people,
we have to be careful and
d look at the whole picture not
s just slices of the pie," said
d Adkins.
o The district 12
s representative remains
t opposed to any efforts to
e outsource the state hospital
or state prisons within the
d district.
o Adkins serves on the
3 House Health Care Policy
v Committee, the Healthy
r Seniors Appropriations
1 Committee, the Joint
s Legislative Sunset Review
s Committee, the Roads,
e Bridges and Ports Committee
e and the Public Safety
t and Domestic Security
Committee.
n You can reach Adkins.by
s calling (904) 491-3664 or
n by sending e-mail to janet.
d adkins@myfloridahouse.
d gov.
h


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 63-2008-CA-000116
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., '
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD D. BROWN, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:.THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST, CHARLOTTE B.
MITCHELL, DECEASED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:.
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in UNION County,
Florida:
LOT 1, ON CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION AS PER
UNRECORDED PLAT THEREOF,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
AND:
A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST
1A OF THE NORTHEAST /4 OF
SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA; BEING MORE
"PARTICULARty:DESCRIBED AS
"-.F-eteWS CeMMENCE--AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION .30 AND RUN THENCE
SOUTH 01 DEGREES 03 MINUTES
43 SECONDS EAST, ALONG
THE EAST BOUNDARY OR SAID
SECTION 30, A DISTANCE OF
63.59 FEET, TO A POINT ON
THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE OF STATE ROAD NO.
18 (100 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);
THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
14 MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
WAY-LINE, 52.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
14 MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE, 183.63 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 43 SECONDS
EAST, PARALLEL TO SAID
EAST BOUNDARY, 320.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES
14 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST
PARALLEL TO SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 183.63
FEET; THENCE NORTH 01
DEGREES 03 MINUTES 43
SECONDS WEST PARALLEL TO
SAID EAST BOUNDARY, 320 FEET,
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS
A PERMANENT FIXTURE AND AN
APPURTENANCE THERETO, VIN
NUMBERS FLHMLCB135917728A
AND FLHMLCB135917728B
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days
after the first publication, if any, on
Florida Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiffs attorney, whose address
is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiff's attorney
orimmediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive
weeks in the Union County Times.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on this 31s' day of
December 2008.
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact (386)
S 496-3711 (Voice) or (352) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
1/08 2tchg 1/15-UCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2008-CA-0101o
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION 111,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARILYN RENAY MILLER, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO. MARILYN RENAY MILLER
Last Known Address: 12944 South
Country Road 229, Raiford, FL
32083
Also Attempted At: 26804 SW
County Road 18, Brooker, FL
32622
Current Address Unknown
RONALD JOSEPH MILLER


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Saturday, Jan. 17, from 9 a.m.
to noon. Youth from Latter Day
Saints churches located in Lake
Butler, Macclenny, Starke,
Lake City, Branford and Live'
Oak will be participating in
the church community service
event.


PUBLIC AUCTION
Oltie S C The Lake Butler Mini-Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
January 17, 2009, at 1Q.00 a.m.
Last Known Address: 12944 South located at 1170 SW 611 Street,
Country Road 229, Raiford, FL Lake Butler, FL 32054 (behind the
32083 Lake Butler Apartments, Highway
Also Attempted At: 26804 SW 121). Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the
County Road 18, Brooker, FL Storage Facility Act of the State of
32622 Florida, the following units will be
Current Address Unknown foreclosed:
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NATHAN Danette Belcher Unit 71 $233.30
D. THORNTON Graylon Jones Unit 16 $133.00
Last Known Address: Unknown Michelle Ledford Unit 32 $112.36
Current Residence Unknown Vera Prescott Unit 70 $165.00
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF 1/08 2tchg 1/15-UCT
CYNTHIA L. THORNTON
Last Known Address: Unknown
Current Residence Unknown IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
following described property: FLORIDA
BEGINNING:FROMTHEPOINTOF CASE NO.: 63-08-CA-0074
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED THOMAS E. HOWELL, JR.,
CONTINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES Plaintiff,
33 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST vs.
FOR A DISTANCE OF 194.59 JOHN R. THOMAS, a/k/a
FEET TO A FOUND INCH JOHN ROBERT THOMAS,
REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH- and DAWN DAUGHERTY,
00 DEGREES .37 MINUTES 29 a/k/a DAWN DAUGHTER,
SECONDSEASTFORADISTANCE including any unknown spouse
OF 225.18 FEET TO A FOUND of said defendantss, if married,
% INCH REBAR LOCATED AT if remarried, and deceased,
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF A the respective unknown heirs,
PARCELOF LAND AS DESCRIBED devisees, grantees, assignees,
IN OFFICIAL RECORD BOOK creditors, lienors, and trustees,
,70, PAGE 111- OF THE PUBLIC and all other persons claiming
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, by, through, under or against the
FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH named defendantss,
88 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 40 Defendants.
SECONDS WEST AND ALONG AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
SAID DESCRIBED PARCEL FOR A pursuant to the Order Rescheduling
DISTANCE OF 193.98 FEET TO A Judicial/Foreclosure Sale entered
FOUND INCH REBAR LOCATED on the 31st day of December, 2008,
ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF with regard to the Default Final
WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD Judgment to Foreclose Mortgage
NO. S. 229; THENCE RUN NORTH entered on September 10, 2008,
00 DEGREES 50 MINUTES 00 in Civil Action No. 63-08-CA-0074,
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit,
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LIlt1E in and for Union County, Florida,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 235.43 FEET in which JOHN R. THOMAS, a/
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. k/a JOHN ROBERT THOMAS,
TAX MAP OR PARCEL ID NO: 18- and DAWN DAUGHERTY, a/k/a
05-21-00-000-0970-0 DAWN DAUGHTERY, including
has been filed against you arid you any unknown spouses if married,
are required to serve.a copy of your their known and unknown heirs,
written defenses, if any, to it on devisees, grantees, assignees,
Marshall C. Watson, P.A., Attorney creditors, lienors, and trustees,
for Plaint~f;whQ.sg1,A iis, 1800 ani iliflUiaerhons rifimTrig by
-- N-W', 49u6trooeet-. te'-120.-F--" -Trii.au. MuJig~.r agafRltffi ae
Lauderdale, FL 33309 6n or before the-Defendants, and THOMAS E
February 9, 2009, a date which HOWELL, JR., is the Plaintiff, I will
is within thirty (30) days after the sell to the highest and best bidder
first publication of this Notice in the for cash in the Front Door Lobby
Union County Times and file the at the Union County Courthouse,
original with the Clerk of this Court 55 West Main Street, Lake Butler,
either before service on .Plaintiff's FL 32054, at 11:00 a.m. EST on
attorney or immediately thereafter; the 12th day of February, 2009,
otherwise a default will be entered the following described property set
against you for the relief demanded forth in the Default Final Judgment
in the complaint. to Foreclose Mortgage:
.In accordance with the Americans 4335 SW 139th Court, Lake Butler,
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Florida 32054,
disabled persons who, because A parcel of land containing a total
of their disabilities, need special area of 10.0 acres, more or less,
accommodation to participate in this lying, being and situate in Sections
proceeding should contact the ADA 26 and 27, Township 6 South,
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street, Range 19 East, Union County,
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 Florida, more particularly described
or Telephone Voice/TDD (386) 496- as follows:
3711 prior to such proceeding. Commence at the Southwest comer
WITNESS my hand and the seal of of said Section 26, thence run South
this Courtthis 31st dayof December 89 degrees 03 minutes 27 seconds
2008. West, along the South line of said
Regina Parrish Section 27, a distance of 660.77
As Clerk of the Court feet to the Southwest corner of the
By: Julia Croft East 1/2 of East / of Southeast 1A of
As Deputy Clerk said Section 27; thence run North
1/08 2tchg 1/15-UCT 00 degrees 11 minutes 00 seconds


BOCC

meetings
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners has
rescheduled its regular monthly
meeting for Jan. 19, to Tuesday,
Jan. 20, due to the Martin
Luther King Jr. holiday.
The planning and zoning
board will meet at 6:30 p.m.
followed by the regular
commissioner board meeting at
7 p.m. The meetings will take
place in the Board of County
Commissioners meeting room
inside the Union County
Courthouse, located at 55 W.
Main St. in Lake Butler. The
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West, along the West line of said
East V2 of East V of Southeast %1 of
Section 27, a distance of 2078.45
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING
of the hereinafter described parcel
of land: thence continue running
North 00, degrees 11 minutes 00
seconds West, continuing along
said West line of East 1/of the East
of the Southeast 14 of Section
27, a distance of 634.68 feet to the
Northwest corner of said East V2 of
East of Southeast 1% of Section
27, thence run North 88 degrees
44 minutes 31 seconds East along
the North line of said East V/ of
East of Southeast % of Section
27, a distance of 661.19 feet to the
Northeast corner of said East of
East of Southeast % of Section
27; thence run North 88 degrees
20 minutes 52 seconds East, along
the North line of the Northwest '% of
Southwest 1% of said Section 27, a
distance of 36.29 feet; thence run
South 01 degree 57 minutes 01
second West a distance of 507.11.
feet; thence run South 01 degree
36 minutes 45 seconds East a
distance of 128.51 feet; thence run
South 88 degrees 44 minutes 31
seconds West a distance of 681.80
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
Subject to existing county land use
regulations, and to all easements of
record, or not of record.
Subject to and together with a
60 foot perpetual non-exclusive
easement for ingress and egress as
described in Official Records Book
109, Page 193, Public Records of
Union County, Florida, over, across
and along a portion of the North 60
feet of the West of the Southwest
1A of said Section26.
Together with a 40 foot perpetual
easement for ingress and egress
as described in Deed Book 25,
Page 106 Public Records of Union
County, Florida, over and across
the West 40 feet of the Southwest
A4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 26,
Township 6 South, Range 19 East.
Tax Parcel ID# 27-06-19-00-000-
0110-0, together with a 1998 FTWD
doublewide mobile homess, VIN#
GALFV05A27427CW21 and VIN
#GALFV05B27427CW21, the
"Property". "
atarSMnnt that any person-" ;
0lsauig interest-in-the- surplus .
from he'sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the date
of the sale.
Dated this 8th day of January,
2009.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
1/15 2tchg 1/22-UCT

PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of Lake Butler City
Commission will meet in special
session on Wednesday, January
21, 2009, at 9:30 a.m. Iocal time,
at City Hall, 200 SW 1s' Street,
to discuss the spray field lease.
Action may be taken. This is a
public meeting. A party or parties
requiring accommodations should
contact the city manager as soon
as possible.
John Berchtold
City Manager/City Clerk
ltchg 1/15-UCT









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CURFEW:


Continued from p. 1A

Incidents of vandalism and
other crimes in the city can
likely be deterred with officers
having the right to stop minors
and question them about their
plans or instruct them to go
home. Oftentimes, parents
are not even aware that their
children may be out.
"Kids are kids and will be
less likely to try to sneak out of
the house if they know there's
a curfew and if spotted by a
deputy, they will be picked up,"
York said.
Studies show that in recent
years, there has been a
significant increase in juvenile
victimization and crime. A
significant percentage of
juvenile crime occurs during
the curfew hours of 11 p.m.
to .5 a.m., Sundays through
Thursday.
Research suggests that
because of their lack of
maturity and experience, minor
children are also susceptible
to becoming victims of older
perpetrators. The younger a
person is, the more likely he
or she is to become the victim
of crime.
While parents have the
primary responsibility to
provide for the safety and
welfare of juveniles, York
realizes that Lake Butler-and
Union County, as a whole-
has a substantial interest in the
safety and welfare of juveniles.
Moreover, the sheriff's office
shares an interest in preventing
juvenile crime, promoting
parental supervision and
providing for the well being of
the general public.
Unknown to many, there is
already a Florida Statute in
place regarding curfews for
minor children.
Statute 877.20 states "it is
the intent of the Legislature
to protect minors in Florida
from .harm and victimization,
to promote the safety and
well-being of minors in this


state, to reduce the crime and
violence committed by minors
and to provide counties and
municipalities with the option
of adopting a local juvenile
curfew ordinance."
A local ordinance is what
York has in mind for the city
of Lake Butler. "We have the
luxury of having the lowest
crime rate out of all counties
in the state," York said, "and
this is one way to keep that
momentum."
The statute specifically points
out that minors may not be in a
public place or establishment
between the hours of 11 p.m.
and 5 a.m. of the following
day, Sunday through Thursday.
It further states that a minor
who has been suspended or
expelled from school may not
be or remain in a public place,
in an establishment, or within
1,000 feet of a school during
the hours of-9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
during any school day.
A minor who violates the
statute is to receive a written
warning for his or her first
violation. A subsequent
violation, and the minor is guilty
of a civil infraction and can be
held liable for a fine decided
upon by city ordinance.
Any minor found violating
curfew is to be taken into
custody and transported to the
sheriff's office. Officers are
then to attempt to make contact
with the minor child's parents
and release the child into their
care.
Any parent who knowingly
permits a minor child to violate
the statute is also to receive a
written warning. Any further
violations deem the parent
guilty of a civil infraction, also
subject to a fine.
The statute does, however,
allow exception for pa minor
child who is accompanied by
his or her parent or another
adult authorized by the parent.
Exceptions are also given to
minors going to or returning
from employment, a school-
sponsored or religious function
or otherwise involved in an
emergency errand with parental


The Big Red Chritsmas Drive
provided toys and goodies for local
needy families. There were lots of
smiling faces after the event on
Christmas Eve. AT RIGHT: Local
attorney Russ Wade received a visit
from Santa as well. The merry old elf
stopped by the Wade home before
the event to deliver a gift basket as a
thank you for all of Wade's help with
the event.


permission.
To assist the sheriff's office
with enforcing the statute, the
law requires the city of Lake
Butler put a local ordinance
into effect.
'nThe ordinance will not only
serve as a crime deterrent,
but will also benefit school
attendance," York said.
"Students are better equipped
to show up for school on time
when they haven't been out late
all night."
The curfew, York said, is
not meant to further restrict
children in a county that does
not offer much for them to
do, but to prevent them from
becoming involved in crimes
or becoming victims of crimes
by running the streets during
late hours.
York proposed to
commissioners that they enact
an ordinance to remind children
they need not be out and about
driving around or hanging out
in the parks between the hours
of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Sunday
through Thursdays. "This only
applies to kids who otherwise
cannot explain their presence
on the street," York said. "If a
minor child cannot demonstrate
a legitimate purpose to be out
late at night, our deputies are
authorized to take the child into
custody or home to his or her
parent."
York said with a local
ordinance in place notifying
parents and children of the law,
the sheriff's office will monitor
for six months and see if
incidents of accidents, drinking
and juvenile crime have been
reduced. If the program is
successful, he would then like
to make it countywide.
"Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
is very much in support of
this. He, as all of our deputies,
want to help parents, the school
system and the residents of the
city by stepping up our efforts
to keep our kids safe and out of
trouble."
The city of Lake Butler
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Section B: Thursday, January 15, 2009



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



CMC Starke plant achieves perfection in safety


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Take approximately 115
people, throw in 4 million
pieces of heavy steel and
welding equipment, factor in
such things as fatigue and just
the general nature of human
beings to make mistakes from
time to time, and what have
you got? Potential accidents
waiting to happen, right?
Wrong, if you're talking
about the CMC Steel Group's
joist and deck plant in Starke.
Its.employees have proven that
accidents of any kind can be
avoided-at least for a year.
As a reward, employees
were treated to "safety" steak


dinners Jan. 8, while
representatives of Sen. Mel
Martinez and Rep. Cliff
Stearns were on hand to offer
congratulations.
Mark Ripke, the Starke
plant's general manager, said
those congratulations are well-
deserved. He has worked in the
joist business for 35 years and
has never witnessed what his
plant accomplished in 2008.
His father worked in the
business and never saw such a
feat.
No one in the joist business,
Ripke said, has come close to
going a year with no accidents.
He shared that fact with the
employees as they ate their
dinners.







William Custer
decides to
enjoy his steak
dinner with a
little bit of Al
sauce.


"Last year's
accomplishment, folks, has
never been done in the joist
business before--ot just at
CMC, but with anybody,"
Ripke said. "To go an entire
year with a perfect record is
astonishing."
CMC's Florida plant has
always set a high bar when it
comes to safety. It was


1.


recognized for being number
one in safety among CMC
plants during the years 1998-
2000 and received an award in
2004 for operating for four
straight years without an
accident that caused
production to slow or stop.
Ripke said if an employee,
cut his or her finger, for
example, went to the doctor


Levi Williams
(second from
left) smiles as
he gets a look
at the big steak
being placed
on Jeremy
Snyder's plate.
CMC Joist and
. Deck
employees
were treated to
the dinner in
recognition of
their
outstanding
safety record.






and g6t stitched up, and then
returned to work the next day,
that was considered OK.
However, Ripke said now
it's not OK. The bar has been
raised to avoid any recordable
accident.
Employees did that in 2008,
which was composed of
320,000 man hours. They built
more than 160,000 joists and


girders, handling the
aforementioned 4 million
pieces of steel, which "Ripke
said was a conservative
estimate.
"Most of the pieces of steel I
mentioned-the 4 million-
were picked up multiple
times," Ripke said. "It's not
just one time. It's a lot of
handling."
See SAFETY, p. 2B


Chuck Chaffin, the
human resources
manager at CMC Joist
and Deck in Starke,
prepares steaks for the
grill.


Elixsons witness


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
"If you build it, they will
come."
The oft-misquoted phrase
from "Field of Dreams" sums
up Terry Elixson's belief as far
as his church-Grace Christian
Fellowship Baptist- is
concerned. He has told his
congregation the size of the
building will determine how
many people God will send.
That certainly seems to be
the case considering the
church's growth in a short
span of time.
For all appearances, the
church, of which Elixson is
pastor, is a small, country
church, yet Elixson said the
church is small only in terms
of its facilities. The church,
which occupies a building on


Southwest 1071 Avenue in
Lake Butler, started out with a
membership of two (Elixson
and his wife, Karen) and, in
more than six years, has grown
to where there are two
morning services and a core of
90-100 people on Sunday and
Wednesday nights.
Ground has broken on
construction of an 80-by-100-
square-foot, two-story building
that will provide the church
with a larger sanctuary and
nine classrooms, The sanctuary
will seat 250 people, but
Elixson looks beyond that
number, citing the fact his
church had to begin having
two morning services in
October to accommodate the
number of people showing up.
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Mercedo Davis enjoys a laugh as she goes mrougn
the line to receive her food.


SAFETY
Continued from page 1B

As employees feasted on
large steaks, baked potatoes,
baked beans, salad and rolls,
they were read congratulatory


letters by Jennifer Ridgley,
representing Sen. Martinez,
and Jean Clough, representing
Rep. Stearns. Martinez' letter
made reference to the
employees' "astonishing feat,"
while Stearns' letter
expounded on just why going a
whole year without an accident


is so impressive.
"According to the National
Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health," Stearns'
letter read, "manufacturing and
working with machinery ranks
number three in the amount of
injuries in this country, so it's
a dangerous job. Each year,
over 90,000 employees all
over the United States are
injured while working with
machinery, but not here in
Starke."
Ripke publicly, thankedL
Kenny DeSue and Steve
Underhill for helping the plant
achieve what it did. He called
them the "best safety managers
in the business."
Ultimately, though, thanks
goes to everyone who works
with those 4 million pieces of
steel. The employees
participate in a program in
which they basically police
.,themselves. They take note of
what the people around them
are doing right and what
they're doing wrong. They
then discuss those things with
each other.
The end result has been a
noteworthy year. Ripke said he
has been involved with a lot of
good things in his career, but
none compare to working with
the group of employees he
currently works with.
"I want to say you guys
deserve a round of applause
for yourself," Ripke told his
employees.


Mike Taylor
(left), CMC's
regional safety
coordinator,
and Kenny
DeSue, one of
the Starke
plant's safety
managers,
helped serve
food to the
employees.


Felicia Roberts
(left) and Bill
Reddish sit
down and enjoy
their meals
while listening
to comments
from general
manager Mark
Ripke and
representatives
of Sen. Mel
Martinez and
Rep. Cliff
Stearns among
other speakers.


Chuck Register

Chuck
Register


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Convention
position
Bradford County native
Charles "Chuck" Register was
recently elected to the
administrative staff of the
Baptist State Convention of
North Carolina, where he will
serve as executive leader for
ch'irch planting and missions
development.
Register, a 1978 Bradford
High School graduate who is
the son of Lennard and
Ernestine Register, was elected
during an executive committee
meeting in November and
began the,position Jan. 5.
The 49-year-old has been
pastor of First Baptist Church
of-Gulfport, Miss., since 1999.
Thie, church opened in a new
facility Aug. 10, 2008, after its
destruction by Hurricane
Katrina in 2005.
'n a phone interview with
Ndfman Jameson, the editor of
Biblical Recorder, Register
said, "My wife, Charlene, and
I have said only one thing
would pry us out.of Gulfport
and that was a calling from the
Father to a new page of
ministry. "We are as excited as
'we can be to come to North
Carolina."
Register, who also serves as
a" trustee of the Southern
Baptist International Mission
Board, told the Biblical
Recorder one challenge would
be to show established
churches the need to create
new churches. He is 'familiar
with starting new churches,
having helped to do so in
Eldon, Iowa, as a seminary
student worker, while churches
he has led as pastor have done
so as well. Register taught
evangelism and church growth
at New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary,
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Friday, Jan. 16, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50.
Registration will begin at 6
. p.m., with play beginning at
6:30 p.m.
Food and drinks will be
available.
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People will have the
opportunity to win tickets to
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College Bradford Fest Boots 'n
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eyes open for a very large pig
around town.
A 7-foot pig, dressed in
cowboy boots and a blue apron
that reads "SFC Boots-n-
BBQ," while also displaying a
large fork and graduation cap,
will be displayed throughout
various locations in Starke
weekly through Friday, Feb.
13. The week before Bradford
Fest, the pig will rotate daily to


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in the location of the pig to
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win two tickets to Bradford
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(904) 964-5001.

Arc thrift
store open for
business 5
days a week
Donations to the Arc of
Bradford County's thrift store
have been tremendous, so why
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the store has to offer?
The thrift store is open
Tuesdays-Saturdays, 9 a.m.-5
p.m. It is located by the Arc's
main facility (1351 S. Water
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Keystone's Karleigh Smoak (left) looks for a teammate to pass the ball to in the
Indians' win over Pierson Taylor.

Lady Indians win their

fourth straight district game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a tough start to the
season for the Keystone
Heights girls' basketball team,
but the Indians have won
seven of their last nine games,
including a 37-10 District 6-
3A win over visiting Pierson
Taylor Jan. 9.
Keystone lost its first two
district games of the season,
but has since won four straight.
The Wildcats did not pose
much of a threat, scoring just
two points in the first half.
Karleigh Smoak got the
Indians off to a fast start,
scoring five of the team's first
nine points. She put Keystone
up 4-0 with a basket following
a backcourt turnover by
Taylor, then drained a 3-
pointer for a 9-0 lead.
Keystone outscored Taylor
18-2. Eight of those points
came from Liz Wheeler, who
was a perfect 6-of-6 from the
foul line.
Wheeler also had three
steals. One led to an early
basket by Shannon Gray, while
another put her at the foul line
for two free throws late in the
quarter.
Tal'nika Billings came off
the bench and scored four
straight *points in the third
quarter. She hit a jumper that


put the Indians up 26-6. She
was then fouled in the act of
shooting following her own
steal. She made both free
throws for the Indians, who
resorted to playing mainly


reserves in the second half.
Smoak led the Indians wit
nine points, while Wheele
finished with eight. Te


See KHHS,,p. 12B


'Talnika Billings
drives to the.
basket for
Keystone in its
27-point win.
Billings came
off the bench
and scored four
points in the
third quarter.


KH girls win
third straight,
defeat St.
Francis
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Liz Wheeler and Morgan
Maxwell pulled down double-
digit rebounds, while Karleigh
Smoak scored 17 points to
help the Keystone Heights
girls' basketball team edge
visiting St. Francis 40-36 Jan.
12.
Keystone (9-7 prior to Jan.
13) led 32-23 going into the
fourth quarter and held that
lead to win its third straight
game and eighth in the past 10
games.
Wheeler led the team with
12 rebounds, ,while Maxwell
had 10.
Smoak pulled down six
boards to add to her game-high
point total.
The Indians played
Columbia this past Tuesday
and travel to play District 6-3A
th opponent Crescent City
er tonight, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m.
n


On Tuesdayy, Jan. 20,
Keystone hosts district
opponent Interlachen at 6 p.m.
The team's seniors will be
honored prior to the game.
Score by Quarter
SF: 6 13 4 13-36
KHHS: 9 13 10 8-40
Keystone scoring (40):
Talnika Billings 2, Cortney
Casas 2, Shannon Gray 5,
Becca Heavrin 2, Maxwell 6,
Brandi Simmons 2, Smoak 17,
Wheeler 4. 3-pointers: Smoak.
Free throws: 7-11.

Portis gets
double-double
in Bradford
girls' win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Nessa Portis recorded "a
double-double, while
teammate Demetria Slocum
came close to duplicating the
feat in the Bradford girls'
basketball team's 49-40 wint


over, District 3-4A opponent
MiddlebiurgJan. 12 in Starke.
A 16-6 advantage in the first
quarter helped give the
Tornadoes a cushion to work
with." '
Portis scored 14 points- and
pulled down 11 rebounds.
Slocum led all scorers with 19
points, while also dishing out
eight assists.
Bradford travels to Alachua
Friday, Jan. 16, to play district
opponent Santa Fe at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, the
Tornadoes travel to Glen St.
Mary to play district opponent
Baker County at 7:30 p.m.-
Score by Quarter
MHS:' 6 7 10 15-40
BHS: 16 8 11 14-49
Bradford scoring (49): Duhart
5, Jackson 5, Molina 2, Portis
14, Slocum 19, Williams 4. 3-
pointers: Duhart. Free
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Mr. and Mrs A'vin Griffis


Alvin and Geraldine Griffis
to celebrate 50 anniversary
Alvin and Geraldine Griffis invited to stop by anytime
of Raiford will celebrate their between the hours of 4-6 p.m.
50"h wedding anniversary to visit with the couple and
Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, at the their family.
Raiford Community Center. There will be no invitations
Friends and relatives are sent. No gifts,.please.


Donald Story and Linda
Arcangeli

Arcangeli,
Story set
engagement
Linda A. Arcangeli and
Richard Donald Story III, both
of Mapleton, Ga., announce
their engagement.
The' bride-elect is the
daughter of Sam Arcangeli of
Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Hartson-Wilson of,
Baltimore, Md. She is
employed with Kellen
Company of Atlanta and is a
graduate of Florida State
University.
The groom-elect is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D.
Story Jr. of Starke and Ms.
Cheryl Harbin of Canton, Ga.
He is employed with CBS
Broadcasting and Prolin
Surveying of Canton.
An engagement party is
planned for Saturday, Jan. 24,
2009, at McIntosh Civic
Center. The wedding is
planned for November 14,
2009 in Atlanta, Ga. All
friends and family members of
the couple are invited to
attend.


Britany. Hutchins and
Willie McCall

Hutchins-
McCall
to wed in April
Brittany Hutchins, daughter
of Charles and Carolyn
Hutchins of Keystone Heights,
and Willie McCall, son of Jeff
and, Margie McCall, all of
Keystone Heights, announce
their engagement and
upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect graduated
from Keystone Heights. High
School in 2004; is enrolled in
the PTA Program and is
employed at Lake Area
Physical Therapy.
The groom-elect graduated
from Keystone Heights High
School in 2004 and is
employed at HCC
Environmental Services.
The couple plan to wed
Saturday, April 18, 2009, on
the island of Coco Cay,
Bahamas.


Watson,Reddish
to wed May 30
Jennifer Nicole Watson,
daughter of Lee and Debbie
Watson of Starke and John
Ryan Reddish, son of John
Arthur and Barbara Reddish,
also of Starke, announce their
engagement.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School; She
received a bachelor's degree
from Saint Leo's University
and is employed...with V Star
Credit Union.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed by
Graybar Electric Company.
The invitation-only wedding
is set for May 30, 2009, in St.
Augustine Beach at the La
Cascino Restaurant.


Howard-Perry
set engagement
.Megan Howard of Lake
Butler and Jerrod Perry of
Starke, announce their
engagement and approaching
marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Norma Jean
Howard and Mr. and Mrs.
Andy Howard of Lake Butler.
She is a 2006 graduate of
Union County 'High School
and is in the nursing program
at Lake City College.
The groom-elect is the son
of Fred and Kathy Perry of
Graham. He is a 2002 graduate
of Bradford High School and,
is a member of the Florida
National Guard and is
employed at Camp Blanding.
The wedding is set for
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2009.


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Pvt. Anthony Wilson II

Pvt. Wilson
graduates basic
Pvt. Anthony E. Wilson II
completed 14 weeks of
rigorous training in the
National Guard Army, Ist
Battalion 50th Infantry
Regiment at Fort Benning, Ga.
Pvt. Wilson studied the
ArmyI mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and field
training exercise. To enhance
his knowledge, he 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
and justice system, basic first
aid, and foot marches.
Pvt. Wilson graduated Dec.
18, 2008, under the leadership
of Drill Sgt. Caamano, Drill
Sgt. Roney and Drill Sgt. Bird.
Pvt. Wilson is the grandson
of the Rev. and Mrs.
Henderson Hudson of Lawtey;
son of Doretha H. Wilson and
Anthony E. Wilson Sr. of
White Springs and brother of
Ta'Nika Wilson of Sanford.


Airman
Andrews
graduates
training
Air Force Airman Robert P.
Andrews has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air. Force mission,
organization, core values, and
military customs and
courtesies; performed drill and
ceremony marches, and
received physical training, rifle
marksmanship, field training
exercises, and special training
in human relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate in
applied science degree relating
through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Airman Andrews is the son
of Helenita Garris of
Jacksonville and Robert S.
Andrews of Raiford and a
graduate of Bradford County
igh School, class of 2006.


Clark of 'Lean
on Me' fame


to speak at
Santa Fe
fundraiser
Santa Fe College "Scholars
for Dollars" will be a hosting a
dinner featuring guest speaker
Dr. Joe Clark, whose
experience provided the
inspiration for the movie
"Lean on Me," Friday, Feb. 6,
at the Charley E. Johns
Conference Center in Starke at
7 p.m.
Tickets for the dinner, which
will raise funds for
scholarships for Bradford
County students, are available
at the Santa Fe College
Andrews Center for $50. VIP
tickets-$100 each-include a
6 p.m. social hour with
hors'duevers and drinks,
pictures with Clark,
autographed copies of the
"Time" magazine cover
featuring Clark, dinner and the
program.
Those who want to attend
are encouraged to buy their
tickets as soon as. possible.
Checks may be made payable
to SFC Foundation.
Clark, a former Army drill
instructor, gained notoriety for
his work as principal at
Eastside High School in
Paterson, NJ. During Clark's
first week as principal,
beginning in 1983, he expelled
300 students in a single day for
fighting, vandalism, drug
possession, profanity or
abusing teachers.
After two years under
Clark's leadership, Eastside
was named a model school by
New Jersey's governor.
The Andrews Center
currently has copies of the
movie "Lean on Me,"
featuring Morgan Freeman in
the role of Clark, for use by


churches, businesses and
schQols.
If interested in borrowing
the movie, or if you want to
know more about the
"Scholars for Dollars" dinner,
please call the Andrews Center
at (904) 964-5382.

[BIRTHS


Rachel Jackson
Roy and Jennifer Jackson of
Starke announce the birth of a
daughter, Rachel Lynn
Jackson, born Dec. 15, 2008.
She weighed 7 pounds 13
ounces and was 19 1 inches in
length. She joins two brothers,
Joshua Aaron Jackson, 8, and
Lucius Lee Jackson, 3.
Maternal grandparents are
Randall Cole of Starke and
Deborah Cole of Miami and
Donald Meier of Orlando.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Doris and Frances Cole of
Starke; Eugene and Lorraine
McClellan of Brooker and
Shirley Meier of Starke and
the late Donald Meier Sr.
Paternal grandparents are
Roy Jackson Sr. of Keystone
Heights and Lynn Hall of
Belleview. Paternal great-
grandparents are Ray Hall of
Belleview and Lou Hall of
Keystone Heights.


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North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce
The chamber office will be closed in Memory of
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Monday, January 19, 2009

Annual Banquet,
Saturday, January 24, 2009
Education Foundation Social Hour 5:00
Dinner Buffet 6:30
Formal / Semi Formal Attire
Tickets are $60.00 each
Corporate Tables (seats 10) $550.00
Corporate Half Table Available (seats 5) $275.00
The Mystery Band .will be performing
Education Foundation Silent and Live Auction
Return of the Education Foundation CANDY BARS
You should have received your Invitation in
the mail, if not contact the chamber office.

Main Street Starke Board Meeting
Monday, February 09,,2009
12 Noon
Chamber Office Boardroom 100 East Call Street
Brown Bag Meeting

Bradford County Development'Authority
Thursday, February 12, 2009
12 Noon
Community State Bank Boardroom* 811 S Walnut St
Lunch provided

Bradford County Tourism Development Council
Thursday, February 19, 2009
12 Noon
Chamber Office Boardroom 100 East Call Street
Lunch Provided

NFRCC Board of Governors Meeting
Thursday, February 26, 2009
12 Noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conf Center 1610 N Temple
Lunch Provided


Volunteers Needed
Main Street is looking for volunteers to work at the beverage
booth during the Bradford Fest February 20 & 21 at the Fair
Grounds. If you would like to help out please call the
chamber and register to be a part of the First Annual Bradford
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OBITUARIES


Ernest Parrish
ILUt-Ernest Ralph Parrish,
82, of lilui, died Sunday, Jan. 11,
2009) it Shands AGH following an
c.tcmndcd illness.
; Born in Dublin, Ga., Mr.
Pjlirish lived most of his life in
Jacksonville. He was raised by his
grandparents. He owned and
operated Duval Fixture Co. as a
cabinet maker for 39 years before
his retirement. Mr. Parrish was a
member of the Woodstock Lodge
#313 F&AM Jacksonville and
1mcritus Valley Scottish Rite of
.Jaksonville; and member of the
Advent Christian Church of Lulu.
Survivors include his wife of 45
years, Peggy Williams Parrish;
four daughters, Linda Henderson
(Ric) of San Antonio, Texas,
Revne Nix (Bill) of Fresno, Texas,
Call Roberts of Ouro, Texas and
Pam Mills (Randy) of Augusta,
Ga.; two sons, Robert Turman of
Little Torch Key and Joe Turman
of Lulu; a brother, Bobby Davison
of Dublin, Ga.; a sister, Mildred
Carter (Seth) of Yulee; eight
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009 in the
Chapel of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler with the Rev,
Butch Nelson officiating. Burial
was in Mt. Zion Cemetery under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Donald Wyatt
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Donald Eugene Wyatt, 78, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
Jan. 6, 2009, at Shands AGH.
Born in Lansing, Mich., Mr.
Wyatt was the son of Ollie C. &
Vena Fowler Wyatt. He moved to
Keystone Heights in 1994 from
Kenai, Alaska, where he worked
for. the postal service for five
years. Prior to working for the
postal service, Mr. Wyatt was a
manager for Krystal restaurant for
13 years. He retired as a ship
serviceman for the U.S. Navy and
was a member of the St. William
Catholic Church tn Keystone
Heights.
Survivors include his wife of 56
years, Marian Wyatt of Keystone
Heights; histwo children Karen
Andux of Atlantic Beach and
Chuck Wyatt of Lyndon, Wash.; a
sister, four grandchildren and a
great-grandson.
A mass was held Thursday, Jan.
8 in St. William Catholic Church
with Father Mike Williams
officiating. Burial will be at a later
date. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Hotne of Keystone Heights.

Mary Hardee
" JACKSONVILLE-Mary Ella
Turner Hardee, 72, of Jacksonville
died Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009, at St.
Vincent's Hospital following an
extended illness.
Born in Green Cove Springs,
Mrs. Hardee attended public.
schools in Starke. She was a
member of Murray Hill Methodist
Church.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made to
Murray Hill Methodist Church in
Jacksonville.
Graveside-funeral services were
held Tuesday, Jan. 13, at
Greenlawn Cemetery on Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville, under the care
of Greenlawn Funeral Home.

Hap Canon
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Warren Atkinson "Hap" Canon,
68, of Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2008,
following a long illness.


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Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Canon was the son of Robert A.
and Elizabeth Murphy Canon. Mr.
Canon grew up in South Florida,
served in the U.S. Army from
1959-1972, graduated from FSU
in 1976 and worked as a
newspaper reporter for 20 years.
He also worked as a carpenter and
was a merchant seaman. Mr.
Canon was preceded in death by a
sister, Elizabeth Canon.
:Mr. Canon is survived by a
brother, Bradley Canon of
Lexington, Ky.
Memorial services for Mr.
Canon will be held Saturday, Jan.
17, 'at 4 p.m. in the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home Chapel
of Keystone Heights. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jories-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Annie Meyers
ORLANDO-Annie Lee
Meyers, 84, of Orlando died
Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009 at
Healthcare Hospital in Orlando
following an extended illness.
Born in Lawtey, Mrs. Meyers
moved to Orlando from Newport,
R.I. She attended local schools in
Bradford County and Norfolk, Va.
Mrs. Meyers is survived by a
daughter, Harriet Moore (Freddie
L. Moore); caregiver Maria
Bolden; sons, Theodore Meyers
Jr., Maurice and James (Sheila);
sisters, Naomi, Ruby (Johnny) and
Ruthell; brothers, Elijah and.Alvin
(Erma); nine grandchildren and 17
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Meyers will be held at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Jan. 17, 2009, in the
Carl D. Haile Chapel at Haile
Funeral Home, Starke. Burial will
be in Lawtey at Peetsville
Cemetery under the.care of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.


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Bradford man
gets 30 years
in prison
A 43-year-old Bradford
County man was sentenced to
serve 30 years in prison for
multiple counts of sexual
battery.
George Randall Crews was
first arrested in May for
raping a 13-year-old. The
victim reported the crime
after she was able to escape
from .Crews;. according to
deputies. The- victim stated
Crews offered her money for
sex, but when she told him to
stop, he forced her to have
intercourse. Crews denied
using force and stated he had
been drinking beer and did
not recall exactly what
happened.
A week later, Crews was
charged with 30 counts of
sexual -battery involving
multiple sexual acts,
including intercourse. The
two victims, ages 10 and 12,
were exposed over a period
of several years, according to
court reports.
On Dec. 30, Crews pled no
contest to several counts of
engaging in sex act with a
child by familial authority.
He also pled no contest to
two counts of a seven-count
indictment of possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon.
Crews was sentenced as a
sexual predator by Judge
Peter K. Sieg. He was
ordered to serve 30 years in
the Florida Department of
Corrections with 331 days
credit for time served in the
county jail. He 'must pay
court costs.


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BHS boys

defeat n Vi'

by 16 in

basket iI
BY CLIFF SIlt iLLEV
Telegraph S'tl:/r' H '// '/r
Danerrius Sh'.'lictl : cored
eight points inI a third quarter
that saw the B-radiford boys'
basketball t.-I'm outscore
visiting Union C' int, 21-12
en route to a 66-50 '.vin Jan.
10.
Six players in, all scored in
the third quifartr as the
Tornadoes (10-2 prior to Jan
13) increased their icad to 18.
Union (3-10 prior to Jan. 13)
stayed close in the first quarter,
getting five points each from
Marcus Albritton, Darius
Corbitt and Alvin Jernigan.
Their efforts left the Tigers
trailing by one. but Bradford
began pulling away in the
second quarter.
The Blye brothers played a
big part in that. Darrin Blye
and Eugene Blye scored 12
and 11 points, respectively, in
the first half. Seven of Eugene
Blye's game-high 17 points
occurred in the second quarter
as the Tornadoes outscored
Union 15-6 to take a 32-22
lead.
Eugene Blye finished the
game 7-of-7 at the foul line.
Bradford, as a team, went 8-of-
13, while the Tigers had their
struggles, going 12-of-23.
Darrin Blye scored 14 points
for Bradford, while Sheffield
finished with 10. CJ.
Covington added eight points.
Albritton led the Tigers with
I I points, while Corbitt and
Jernigan finished with 10 each.
Najeeb Smith scored six points
in the fourth quarter to finish
with eight.
Bradford played Keystone
Heights this past Tuesday and
will host District 3-4A
opponent Middleburg tonight,
Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m. The
Tornadoes then travel to Green
Cove Springs to play district
opponent Clay on Friday, Jan.
16, at 7:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, Jan. 21,
Bradford travels to play
Newberry at 7:30 p.m.
Union played District 6-3A
opponent Interlachen this past
Tuesday and will host Baker
County Tuesday, Jan. 20, at


7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 16 6 12 16-50
BHS: 17 15 21 12-66

Scoring
Union (50): Albritton 11, Adam
Cason 7, Corbitt 10, Shamari
Holland 1, Jernigan 10,
Brodrick Myers 2, Koydrick
Simmons 1, Smith 8. 3-
pointers: Cason, Corbitt. Free
throws: 12-23.
Bradford (66): D. Blye 14, E.
Blye 17, Covington 8, Terrance
Davis 3, Yakeem Griner 4,
Tramaine Harris 2, Isiah
Jenkins 2, Malcolm Moore 5,
Sheffield 10. 3-pointers: Davis
D. Blye 2, Sheffield 2. Free
throws: 8-13.


Brooks

eclipses 100

wins for BHS

wrestlers
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School senior
Billy Brooks has eclipsed the
100-win mark for his career,
adding to his total with a
perfect outing in a duals
tournament at Terry Parker
High School last weekend.
Brooks and teammate Casey
Hines, who wrestle in the 140-
and .215-pound classes,
respectively, each went 7-0 in
the tournament as they eye a
return to the state finals.
Bradford coach Joe Van
Vactor said Brooks looked
very good coming off of an
illness, while Hines continued
his dominance this year,
pinning all of his opponents in
keeping his undefeated record
this season intact.
-As a team, Bradford went 5-
2. The Tornadoes began each
day with a loss, but bounced
back to dominate the rest of
their competition the
remainder of each day, Van
Vactor said. Bradford's two
losses-to Bishop Kenny and
Jackson-were by a combined
12 points.
Van Vactor said his team
could've easily advanced to
the tournament championship
if it was at full strength.
"I didn't have all my
wrestlers," he said. "We had


SOlle ii .iH i'" .'"
One o l Rirmlord's wrestlers
h ho participated
anji \\vwa 'i(-, Goodman,
in thue Id class, was
still ah. i : lr m tches.
Other nul e performances
included 1n I tr',ords by Devin
Paulk in the I15-pound class
and i)r cdish in the 130-
poun hd '.
"D1)r rew ie:ll \' rned it up
this year" Val Vactor said.
Bradi, t i<),'d SlMi annee
this past I i,esi;\ anid will hos!
Ridgec\ l I i\ ,d Jan. 16, at
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Gaine:dile

Warrims to

hold fastpitch
tryouts
The Gainhesvi!e Warriors
girls' fastpitch softball
organization will hold tryouts
this Saturday, Jan. 17, at
Memori! Purk (U.S. 441
fields) in. High Springs.
Tryouts, w lich are from 2
p.m. until p.m., are for 121-
players.
I-or ,;1' "! information,
please cal! coach Phil Riley at
(352) 215-188?,J, send e-mail to
pjriley.! @'net/ero.ne! or log
onto the Web site
http://gaineesv iliewarriors.
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difficulty the more glory
in surmounting it. Skillful
pilots gain their
reputation from storms
and tempests.
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Philosopher.





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[ CRIME


Online gamer
arrested
in Clay
A 20-year-old Denver man
was arrested Jan. 12 in Clay
County for lewd battery,
traveling to meet a minor and
solicitation of a child.
John B. Coe was caught in
the victim's room by the
victim's mother in Clay
County. The victim, a young
teenage girl, met Coe while
playing an Internet game that
allows participants to
communicate online.
According to Clay County
Sheriff's spokesperson Mary
Justino, this is not the first
time Coe has been caught and
arrested- for targeting a
juvenile female on-line Coe
was arrested by the Glacier
County Sheriff's Office in
Montana in July 2008
following a similar incident.
Because of Coe's criminal
history and because he
crossed state lines to locate
and sexually batter the
victims, his case will be
handled .at the federal level
by the U.S. Attorney. Both
the Glacier and Clay sheriffs
are working with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation in
their respective states to
compile and share
information on Coe's online.
practices.
Coe's computer and other
evidence have been seized by'
authorities in Montana. Coe
remains in the Clay County
Jail on $40,000 bond.
Parents are reminded of the
potential dangers and pitfalls
of online gaming sites,
Justino said. Coe used a
gaming site known as
mabinogi.nexon.net, but there
are many others that allow
game participants to
communicate while playing,
This case should serve as a
reminder that parental
monitoring of all,. Internet
activity of underage users in
a home is important, Justino
said.

Father leaves
son in park,
arrested for
child abuse
was arrested Jan. l'0-bn' 'a
charge of child abuse.
Norman Lanier Easley Jr.,
while attending a party on
Edwards Road with family
members, left the victim at
the area, according to
Patrolman Mark Lowery. The
child was seen at 4:47 p.m.
by a patron at the park and
noticed he was unsupervised,
Patrolman Lowery said. The
patron waited for a time with
the child and finally took him
to the police department.
The child was released to
HRS when no one came
forward to claim him,
Patrolman Lowery said.
The father was located
with several other family
members at 9 p.m. at a
basketball game at BHS.
Easley said he had not looked
for his son since he thought
the 3-year-old was with some
of his family, Patrolman
Lowery said.
Easley was released from
custody after a $2,500 surety
bond was posted.


Recent
arrests
In Bra ford,


wer a .rms t ~~y ';y
local law, a' entlcemienm
officers in B dfold, Clay
(Keystoie Heits Area) or
Union County
Toesa *Co "j46, of
Keystone :HeigftK was
arrested Jan. I t4by Clay
Deputy ; B.M. Waste for
simple -bt ery ,jpmestic.
McCann was ehI d with
slapping the'victiwnta During
the disur ..e McCann
started 'hito g l .-a second
vcarn. M ia
'o- -
Lisa :-. TV* 2g. of
Siarke 'As 'rrit.Jan. 8 by
Starke Sgp, W 3aM. Murray
for domestic Wattet'. Ewald
was charged w"l. striking the
victim n. thn .-ace'?' the
presence 9f' t :i.offe *,heN
was investigatigVg 'erbal,
altercation at 1,:03 a*., Sgt.
Murray' said. 0w was
released from cultod 'ffter a
$1,000' surety ,bob was
posted,'

Joseph 'W. Mil. 40., of
Jacksonville ws ajrestid Jan .
7 by S;rp P*tMrtan Shawo,

drug aj*
Approximately' rp grams
of marijwI Wetre' o pla.i
view on Mlller's T'-in his
model rioio. whq ffiprs
were respwn ia to a


for his release l ujiwf.

Jimme I
Bradford pl.
for pos. s
cocaine. aggpria
the ff
approximately ,184 '
crack cocaine ia g q'z'
bottle in the 'f
vehicle. Tyson i..
from cus atA.b
surety boid wag l,
Richard De

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of cannabis ad resist
officer w.thou viol-enft
When jsid fqi
identification Ty-ler-. ew "&
small. oi 9 .co .in "
marijuana. t i r i nerl I
commands al t pUl iay,
Deputy Kotjel sai*.r Aft'.
being touched ,with .,* asef,
Tyler c&OPIJ, "ppu
Konkel said.
Encka eneet, eNiB..' s.
of Keystonee .fi ~' waT
arrested Jan. I Clay
Deputy P.M. for
trespass on propeirtyi lsofn
was charged wa r, nmrig
on the victim's p.pe rr
being told to leave. was
given a note ltoppe
Devia C.' CEdads .f
SWinter- Haven w.s d
Jan. 9 by Starke' n
Paul King by (Ij t.
Edwards was se. t,1
Martn removing r nr se
from the shalln. "h'nd
concealing then' on' fis


person. Edwards then left the
store without paying for the
merchandise valued at
$105.44, Patrolman King
said. Edwards was
apprehended and placed
under arrest. Bond was set at
$1,000.
Malisa Ann Alcorn, 35, of
Jacksonville and Donna
McLeod, 45, of Hampton
were arrested Jan. 9 by Starke
Patrolman Mark Lowery for
retail theft. Alcorn and
McLeod were charged with
attempting to remove items
totaling $143.60 from Wal-
Mart without paying for
them, Patrolman Lowery
said. The items were placed
in a cart and the cart was
pushed out of the store. Bond
was set at $1,000 on the

Heather Michelle Smith,
31, of Starke was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford Sgt.
R.W. White for disorderly
intoxication. Smith was
involved in a dispute just
before midnight Jan. 10 with
numerous other patrons while
in George's Bar. She was
asked to leave the property
but became loud, cursing and
shouting, Sgt. White said.
When she continued to be
belligerent, she was placed
under arrest, Sgt. White said.'
;A' $1,000 surety bond was
posted for Smith's release
ftrm custody.
William Russell Durkin,
36, of Clearwater was
Arrested Jan. 7 by Lawtey
patrolman M.W. Starling for
existingng an officer without
violence. During a traffic
stop Durkin first gave a false
nine. After his correct name
.was verified, it was learned
hi was wanted on a warrant
rpei Pinellas County. A
$20,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Sonnia Jean Bresee, 40, of
L~ke Butler was arrested Jan.
8 .by Union Deputy Carl
H4plon for disorderly
intoxication. Deputies
tqponded to. a residence just


after midnight where Bresee
was intoxicated and hostile.
She smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage, her
speech was slurred and she
had difficulty keeping her
balance, Deputy Hanlon said.
Bresee and her husband had
been involved in a verbal
altercation for several hours,
Deputy Hanlon said. She was
placed under arrest when she
continued to curse and yell.
Six hours 'later she was
released on her own
recognizance.
Earl Wayne Murray Jr., 26,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 10
by Starke Patrolman James
Stutler for burglary, theft,
criminal mischief, forgery
and uttering a forged
instrument. Murray was
charged with breaking a
window and entering the
residence of the victim.
Inside the home, Murray
stole a small amount of
money and two blank checks,
Patrolman Stutler said.
Murray took the checks to a
beverage store and cashed
them for $65, Patrolman
Stutler said. Bond on the
charges was set at $18,000.

Robert M. Gallion, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 7
by Patrolman Starling on a
warrant from Alachua
County. Bond was' set at
$226. He was transported to
another agency.
Cecil Young, 20, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 6 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation
possession of cannabis.
Timothy White, 19, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 8 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of Florida litter
laws.
James Nooney, 34, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 8 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation possession of
marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia.


Robert Godwin, 43, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 10 by Clay
deputies on warrants for
worthless checks.
Michael L. Hamilton, 24,
of Macclenny was arrested
Jan. 6 by Starke Patrolman
P.A. King on a warrant from
Baker County for violation of
probation grand theft. .A
$10,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Christopher Scott Prevatt,
21, of Hampton was arrested
Jan. 10 by Bradford Deputy
B. Waldorf on a warrant from
Clay County for fraud,
worthless check. A $225 cash
bond was posted for his
release.
Lemuel Leander Cooper,
21, of Melrose was arrested
Jan. 9 by Bradford Sgt. Brian
Davis on a warrant from Clay
County for possession of
cannabis with intent to sell.
He was released from
custody after a $25,003
surety bond was posted.
Shawn Gregory Witte, 25,
of Nokomis was arrested Jan.
6 by Bradford Capt. E.J.
Kiser on a warrant from
Sarasota County for violation
of supervised pretrial
released with DUI blood-
alcohol level 2.0 or higher
with no bond.

Traffic
Tiffany Marie Crawford,
19, of Starke was arrested
Jan. 9 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for driving
under the influence (DUI)
Crawford's blood-alcohol
level was .21 percent when
her vehicle was stopped just
after midnight in the 1000
block of U.S. 301. She was
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Caris Jackson Sheffield Jr.,
43, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 3 by Clay
Deputy R. E. Russell for
DUI. Sheffield was arrested


after failing mthe field sobriety
tests. His blood-alcohol level
was .03 percent when he was
arrested at 2:34 a.m.
Melody Cayton Plemons,
42, of Starke was arrested
Jan. 1 by Clay Deputy T. J.
Brown for DUI. Plemons was
stopped at 12:47 a.m. on
Blanding Boulevard after
complaints the vehicle was
traveling all over the
roadway. She was arrested
after failing the field sobriety
tests. Plemons' blood-alcohol
level was .17 percent, Deputy
Brown said.

Carolyn Padgett, 53, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by Patrolman King for
driving while license
suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Bond was set at
$500.
David Carl Gatlin, 31, of
Hampton was arrested Jan.
HI by Starke Patrolman Keith
Parker for DWLS, resisting
without violence and fleeing
attempting to elude. When
officers attempted to stop
Gatlin's vehicle for no tag, he
fled. Finally stopping on
Thompson Street, Gatlin
jumped from his vehicle and
ran on foot until caught and
placed under arrest,
Patrolinan Parker said. Bond
was set at $1,500.


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Grace Christian Fellowship Baptist Church moved to
its current location on Southwest 107 Avenue in 2003.
The church, which began in a doublewide mobile home


GROWTH
Continued from page 1B

two services, I told them if we
have a building that seats 250,
that means we can have 500 on
a Sunday morning," Elixson
said.
The sanctuary/classrooms
project marks the fourth
building project the church has
undertaken since moving to its
current location from a
doublewide trailer in 2003.

"Massive church growth, to
me, is the greatest blessing any
church can have," Elixson
said. "When you have to make
arrangements to be able to
have room to accommodate
your people, you're doing
something right."
Of course, what the Elixsons
will tell you is that what
they're doing is simply
following God's will. That's
why Karen has no worries
when it comes to the new
building. During a meeting in
which the financial aspects of
the project were being
discussed, Karen admitted all
she was thinking in her mind
was that the building would be
built.
"I don't see it not happening
because God has opened every
door and he has pushed us
right through them ,from the
beginning," she said.
The beginning occurred
while the Elixson's, who have
been married since Aug. 14,


Starke Rec.
Dept.
accepting r.
summer camp
registrations
People may register their
children now for the Starke
Recreation Department's
summer camp.
The camp is scheduled for
June 8-July 31 at a cost of
$300. Parents may begin
making payments now.
Registration lasts through
May.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.

Local theater
group to offer

5 youth
workshops
The Lake Region
Community Theatre will be
hosting several youth
workshops in music and acting
beginning this month.
The six-week programs will
be held at the theater's home
on 218 S. Walnut St. in Starke.
The workshops are $60 (due
prior to the first class), with a
registration fee of $10 (due
Monday, Jan. 19).
Programs offered are:
Music I Workshops-'two


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1987, were on a vacation in
North Carolina. That's when
they received God's calling to
start a church.
"We came home, rented a
mobile home and started
having church," Terry said.
Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist was born July 14,
2002. Karen remembered how
there were times where no one
would be at services except for
her and her husband. Terry
would preach a service
anyway.


in 2002, is currently undergoing its fourth expansion
project, which will result in a new sanctuary and


classrooms.
"1 know God laid it on his
heart that we were still having
church," she said. "I guess
because we were obedient and
faithful, (God) kept sending
the people. For the longest
time, we would always say it
doesn't matter who's not here.
We're thankful for who is
here."
Membership grew so that
when the church moved out of
the doublewide and into its-
current building approximately
a year later, there were


Pastor Terry Elixson and his wife, Karen, received
God's calling to start a church while vacationing in
North Carolina.


workshops will be offered for
ages 7-12, one from 10 a.m.
until 11 a.m., beginning
Wednesday, Jan. 21, ,and.
another from 3 p.m. until 4
pl rpiti,i beginning Monday, Jan
26.
A workshop for ages 13-17
will be held from 11 a.m. until
noon, beginning Wednesday,
Jan.21.
Acting I workshop-this
is offered for ages 7-13,
beginning Saturday, Jan. 24,
from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m.
Acting II workshop-this
is offered -for ages 7-13,
beginning Saturday, Jan. 24,
from 10 a.m. until noon.
For more information on the
workshops, please call (352)
226-4082 or send an e-mail to
lrct09@embarqmail.com.


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community ed
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Three community education
courses offered by Santa Fe
College will be held in the
Andrews Center's Stump
Building in Starke beginning


later this month.
A Fair Tax Information
Session in room f13 on
.Tuesday,. an. 20, from 6 p.m.
(until &.p.m. The purpose of th
acous-e is to learn about .the
Fair Tax plan and how it
affects everyone's daily life.
This impartial discussion class,
led by instructor George
Roberts, is designed to inform
\the public about income tax
options. The fee is $15.
Decorative Painting will
start Wednesday, Jan. 21, from
1 p.m. until 3 p.m. in 105 of
the Stump Building. The
course, led by instructor Candy
Woloshchuk, teaches how
anyone can be an artist and
l:9w they can decorate
everyday items from their
home. Students will learn the
history of this art form and
decorate projects of their own.
The fee is $49, with a $15
material fee required at the
first class.
Also, the Andrews Center
will offer Decorative Painting
for Kids, which will start
Wednesday, Jan. 21, in room
105 of the Stump Building
from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. This
course, also taught by
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approximately 40 members.
Terry said in the last three
years, the church has averaged
50 new members a year. (The
church also reaches a lot of
people through its Web site-'
www.gcfbc.org- which
receives approximately 1,000
hits a month.)
The growth has made
making five-year projections
almost unnecessary as such
projections into the future
would be quickly met within
two years, Terry said.
Not that the Elixsons are
complaining. In fact, they can
laugh about the fact that they
are constantly relocating
classes in their current
facilities. Karen said when
teachers see her coming, their
thought is, "Oh, gosh, we've
got to move again."
There is no animosity,
though, if a teacher and his or
her class have to move.
Everyone works together to do
what is best for the church.
It's as if everyone is part of
a family, Karen said. That's
certainly how she feels about
the church members. She
expressed as much during a
Mother's Day service when the
mother with the most children
was recognized.
"When it got to that part, I
said, 'That would be me
because these are all my
children.' That's how it has
been," Karen said.
It's a family that provides
support. For example, Terry
said the church has an office
staff that receives no pay five
days a week. The staff is


with your own design.
Students will learn the history
of this unique painting
tec.bhique and make a project.,
wJJeir own. A $15iatial
fee is required at the first elass.4
For more information,
please call the Andrews Center
at (904) 964-5382 or log onto
the Web site
http://dept.sfcc.edu/CE/.

Death comes to all But
great achievements
build a monument
which shall endure until
the sun grows cold.
George Fabricius 1678-
1707, Irish Dramatist.


composed of women in the
church who simply volunteer
their time to help out.
"They want to be here,"
Karen said. "They're always
here. That's wonderful."
The church family helps
each other in times of need.
Last year, Terry experienced
the death of his father as well
as the deaths of two good
friends, while also going
through numerous treatments
for skin cancer.
"The church went through it
with us," he said. "The church
supported us. Two months
after I had done my daddy's
funeral, the church came to us
and said, 'You're tough, but
you're not that tough.' They
sent us on a vacation."
Members have shown their
support of the church with
donations toward building
projects, but the church has
also received support from
outside the church from some
unsuspecting sources. For
example, Karen said members
had discussed possibly raising
$30,000 in preparation for
starting this current
construction project. What
type of building would be built
had not even been agreed
upon, but the church received a
sign that it should move
forward in earnest when it
received two free tractor-trailer
loads of lumber from a
construction company in
Atlanta.
"When God sends you
$30,000 worth of lumber, he's
planning on you starting
something," Terry said.
Since Grace Christian
Fellowship Baptist began, the'
Elixsons have witnessed
numerous ways in which the
church's needs have been met.


Karen talked of how the
church's goal, when it started,
was to one day have 125
members. However, the church
had no songbooks. The plan
was to ask each family to
purchase two or three
songbooks, but the brother of a
church. member happened to
have exactly 125 songbooks to
give to the church.
In another instance in the
early days of the church,
Terry, who was still involved
in the trucking business at the
time, asked a friend of his at a
recycling center to be on the
lookout for any Christian
literature. One day, the friend
called to say he had a bible
Terry was welcome to have. It
was on top of a couple of
boxes and had been run over
by a forklift. When Terry
showed up and the boxes upon
which the bible sat were
opened, he discovered brand
new bibles still wrapped in
plastic.
Oh, the number of bibles he
came home with 125.
"God's blessed us in so
many ways," Karen said.
So much so that the church
finds itself almost constantly
expanding. That's OK, though.
If at some point in time the
new two-story building fails to
adequately meet the church's
space needs, the church will
simply find another place that
will.
"We've said before than
when we outgrow this church
we're just going to buy new
property and start over," Karen
said.
That may, be what it takes
because, after all, as Grace
Christian Fellowship Baptist
seems to be proving, if you
build it, they will come.


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KHHS boys force


tie atop district


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Newberry handed them their
fifth loss in nine games, but
the Keystone Heights Indians,
prior to that loss, moved into a
tie atop the District 5-3A boys'
soccer standings with
consecutive wins over
Crescent City and Pierson
Taylor.
The Indians (9-9-2 prior to
Jan. 14) have won four straight
district games and are now tied
for first with Taylor. Keystone
improved to 5-1 in the district
with its 3-1 victory over
Taylor Jan. 9 in Keystone.
That avenged an earlier loss to
Taylor in December.
Senior captain Justin
Hedding turned in his second
straight hat trick to help the
Indians to the win.
Taylor had been giving up
an average of a goal per game,
but Hedding scored twice in
the first half. His first goal
occurred in the 281h minute off
of an assist from Trey Bland.
Another goal approximately 11
minutes later allowed
Keystone to go into the half up
2-0.
Hedding was at it again two
minutes into the second half
when he scored to make the
score 3-0.
The Wildcats entered the
game scoring an average of
four goals per game. Solid
defensive play from Austin
Groves, Quentin Gilbert and
Logan Middleton helped stop
Taylor advances until the 64'
minute when the Wildcats
scored their only goal.
Keystone head coach Trevor
Waters said goalie Tim
Frysinger played his best game
this season with 19 saves,
many of which were of a
"spectacular nature."
The win was also huge
because five -younger
players seventh-graders
Branden Hannah and Juan








Keystone
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Frysinger
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matches in
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Frysinger made
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saves in district
wins over
Crescent City
and Pierson
Taylor.


Grimaldo, and eighth-graders
Matt Crane, Logan Stanley and
Ryan Collins-were pressed
into service because of
injuries. Ninth-graders Tucker
McLean and Matt Machaud
also started.
Prior to the Taylor game,
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4-3 win over district opponent
Crescent City on Jan. 6 in
Crescent City.
The Indians were hurt by the
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the second half with a goal off
of an assist from Bland in the
43"' minute.
The Raiders pressured
Keystone's defense in the'final
20 minutes, scoring twice in
the final 14 minutes.
Frysinger finished the game
with 14 saves.'
On Jan. 10, the Indians were
almost shut out by Newberry,
but a goal by Hedding in the
last minute made it a 3-1 loss
to the host Panthers.

Keystone played St. Francis
Wednesday, Jan. 14, and will
host three straight games to
close out the regular season.
The Indians play Providence
Friday, Jan. 16, P.K. Yonge
Tuesday, Jan. 20, and Bolles
Friday, Jan. 23. All games are
scheduled for 7 p.m.


Success at

an early age
Young hunters continue to
have good fortune in the woods
as evidenced by these two
photos. LEFT: Trent Bryant, 9,
poses with his first kill, a 90-
pound deer he took in the
Hampton area. RIGHT:
Jonathan Hardin, 11, of Lake
Butler, shot this 6-point buck
on private land in northwest
Florida on New Year's Day.


John Tyson, Gerald Goodman, Charles Jones, game in Lake City. Their teammate Trey Winkler (not
Terrence Slocum and Casey Hines of Bradford High pictured) was also selected, though an injury will
School were selected to play in an all-star football prevent him'from playing.

1 1 from BHS, UC picked for all-star game


23 football players
from Bradford,
Keystone Heights
and Union County
honored by the
Gainesville Sun

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford and Union County
high school seniors have
another chance to show what
they can do on the football
field this Saturday, Jan. 17, at
an all-star football game at
Columbia County High School
in Lake City at 6 p.m.,
Bradford, "as it did Ist yearI
had six players selected to play"
as members of the game's east
team. Quarterback Trey
Winkler will not get to play,
however, after injuring his
ankle during baseball practice,
but the rest of Bradford's
selections are ready to go:
running back/defensive
lineman Gerald Goodman,
defensive back Charles Jones
and linemen Casey Hines,
Terrence Slocum and John
Tyson.
Five seniors from Union
County were selected to play
for the east team: tight
end/defensive lineman Brodie
Ellis, quarterback/defensive
back Alvin Jernigan, offensive
lineman J.R. Rooney and
running backs/defensive backs
Deven Perry and S J.
Simmons.


The Tigers had seven
players selected for last year's
inaugural game.
Bradford head coach Steve
Hoard will coach the defensive
line, while Union head coach
Andrew Zow will coach
quarterbacks.
Bradford graduate Chuckie
Covington was named the
Offensive MVP for the east
team in last year's game. He
rushed for more than 30 yards
on five carries, but made more
of an impact on defense with
several pass break-ups and an
interception inside his team's
5-yard line to end a West
scoring threat.

Tigers,.Tornadoies ,,'
each place 2 on Sun
all-area first team
Bradford, Keystone and
Union were each represented
on the Gainesville Sun's Class
B-2A all-area first team in
football, with Bradford and
Union each having two players
selected.
The four players from
Bradford and Union were all
defensive selections.
Representing Bradford were
Jones and Slocum, while
Ellis-a pick at the athlete
position-and sophomore
lineman Lonnie Gosha
represented Union.
Slocum and Gosha recorded
76 and 56.5 solo tackles,
respectively. Slocum, who had
12 assists, also had 11 sacks,
four fumble recoveries and two


forced fumbles, while Gosha
had 14 tackles for loss, three
sacks, three fumble recoveries
and two forced fumbles. Jones
finished the season tied for
second in the Bradford record
books with nine interceptions,
while also breaking up eight
passes, blocking two kicks and
making 48 tackles. Ellis, a
lineman, made 49.5 tackles,
including nine behind the line
of scrimmage, while also
recording two sacks and
,recovering three fumbles.
Keystone's first-team
selection was junior offensive
lineman Jonathan Stanley.
The Indians had three
players earn second-team
honors, including two on the


defensive side of the ball.
Senior defensive back Jacob
Van Wagner made 57 solo
tackles and had 53 assists, one
interception and one fumble
recovery, while junior
linebacker Zac Davis made 79
solo tackles with 60 assists and
three forced fumbles.
Keystone senior running
back Marcel Robinson was a
second-team selection on
offense. He rushed for 838
yards on 144 carries with nine
touchdowns.
Bradford had two second-
team selections on defense
Tyson-a utility pick-and
See `NRS, .p.12B,


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KH rebounds, wins fourth district game


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Keystone's Matt Snowberger (right) prepares to
block a shot by Pierson Taylor's Chris Nichols.



Tigers get district


win over Keystone


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Marcus Albritton helped
propel'the Union County boys'
basketball team to a quick
start, scoring 10 points in the
first quarter of a 58-51 District
6-3A win over visiting
Keystone Heights Jan. 6.
Albritton, who scored a
game-high 20 points, scored
12 points in all in the first half
as "the Tigers built a 31-15
lead. Darius Corbitt also
scored 12 points in the half. -
Keystone outscored Union
15-7 in the. third quarter to
make it a 38-30 game. Dalton
Campbell scored six points in
the quarter for the Indians.
The Indians' Matt
Snowberger scorec'- ne of his'
13 pointshf ih'thiefourth quarter,
but Union was able to hold
Keystone off, getting nine
points from Adam Cason.
Cason, who finished with 12
points overall, made 4-of-4
free-throw attempts in the final
quarter.
As a team, the Tigers shot
ll1-of-13 from the foul line.
Cason was 4-of-5 and
Albritton 4-of-4.
Alvin Jernigan scored eight
points for the Tigers, who
improved to 3-2 in district play
with the win.


Keystone's Campbell joined
Snowberger with 13 points,
while Wes Rund made three 3-
pointers and finished with nine
points. Ryan Latner added
eight points.
The Indians bounced back
from the loss to defeat district
opponent Pierson Tagyor (see
related story).

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9 6 15 21-51
UCHS: 22 9 7 20-58

Scoring
Keystone '(51): Nathan
Buchanan 2, Campbell 13,
Latner 81 Evan Malucci 2,
Marcel Robinson 4, Rund 9,
Snowberger 13. 3-pointers:
Rund 3. Free throws: 2-6.
j Owl ; o r nl ill
Union (58): Albritton 20, Chris
Alexander 2, Cason 12, Corbitt
12, Shamari Holland 1,
Jernigan 8, Najeeb Smith 4. 3-
pointers: Cason, Albritton 2.
Freethrows: 11-13.



The mode in which the
inevitable comes to
pass is through effort.
Oliver Wendell Holmes
1809-1894, American
Author, Wit, Poet.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Nathan Buchanan, Dalton
Campbell and Matt
Snowberger led the Keystone
Heights boys' basketball team
to a big first-half lead as the
Indians coasted from there to a
55-15 District 6-3A win over
visiting Pierson Taylor Jan. 9.
The Indians, who did not
allow a field goal until'
approximately a minute
remained in the first quarter,
built a 36-11 lead en route to
improving their district record
to 4-2. Keystone was 7-8
overall prior to last Tuesday's
game against Bradford.
It was a slow -start for both
teams. Keystone failed to
convert on several scoring
opportunities early in the first
quarter, though the Indians did
score the first 12 points.
Keystone scored eight points
in the first six minutes of the
game, then closed out the final
two minutes of the first quarter
with 10 points.
The productive two-minute
span began when Buchanan
was fouled going to the basket.
He made both free throws to
put Keystone up 10-0.
Campbell then. scored
following a Taylor turnover,
getting an assist from Wes
Rund.
After Taylor scored its first
basket, Campbell scored on a
baseline drive for a 14-2 lead.
He followed that up with a
rebound putback on a
possession that saw the Indians
grab four offensive rebounds..
Jacob Van Wagner came up
with a steal and was fouled
with six seconds remaining in
the quarter. 'He missed the
front end of the one-and-one
opportunity, but Snowberger
rebounded the miss and scored
to send the Indians into the
second quarter up 18-2.
The Wildcats did outscore
Keystone 9-6 to start the
second quarter, but the Indians
closed out the half with 12
unanswered points.
Snowberger made a basket,
then went to the foul line
following a Taylor turnover.
He made 1-of-2 free throws,
with Robby Crane rebounding
the, miss and, in turn, getting
fouled on a putback attempt.
Crane, too, made 1-of-2 free
throws, with Snowberger
rebounding his miss. Keystone.
missed two field-goal attempts,
but rebdctiutd 'Crapbel -ati' "


Crane kept the ball in
Keystone's possession until
Snowberger scored for a 30-11
lead.
Keystone got a basket each
from Buchanan and Evan
Malucci before Marcel
Robinson closed out the half
with two free throws.
The Indians held the
Wildcats scoreless in the third
quarter. Snowberger added
another basket to finish with a
game-high 16 points to go
along with 10 rebounds and
four blocks. Campbell and
Buchanan, who combined for
14 first-quarter points, finished
with 11 and eight points,
respectively. Campbell also
had nine rebounds.
Robinson and Malucci had
five and four steals,
respectively, while Rund had
four assists.
Keystone will host district
opponent Crescent City Friday,
Jan. 16, at 7:30 p.m. The
Indians then travel to play
Orange Park Tuesday, Jan. 20,
at 7:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
THS: 2 9 0
KHHS: 18 18 13


3-15
6-55


Keystone scoring (55):
Buchanan 8, Campbell 11,
Crane 3, Chase Julius 4,
Malucci 4, Robinson 4, Rund 5,
Snowberger .16. 3-pointers:
Rund. Free throws: 10-16.

Earlier results:


Indians go 1-2 in
holiday tournament
Keystone participated in its
second straight holiday
tournament, going 1-2 with a
victory over Lafayette.
The tournament, hosted by
Father Lopez in Daytona
Beach, took place Dec. 29-31.
Keystone began play with a
72-51 loss to host Father
Lopez. The Indians were
outscored 40-20 in the first
half.
Rund, behind four 3-
pointers, led the Indians with
14 points, scoring eight in a
third quarter in which --each
team scored 14. Campbell
added 13 points, while
Snowberger had four blocks
and six rebounds.
The Indians fared much
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of Ryan Latner en route to a
70-54 win over Lafayette.
Latner scored 10 of his
team-high 16 points in the
fourth quarter. Keystone
entered the final period down
two, but outscored the Hornets
26-8.

Campbell helped the Indians
stay close, scoring 11 of the
team's 14 points in the second
quarter. Campbell finished
with 15 points to go along with
eight rebounds.
Rund, who, like Latner,
made three 3-pointers, added
11 points.
Snowberger had four blocks
and six rebounds.

Keystone bowed out of the
tournament with a 64-43 loss
to Satellite. Campbell and
Rund each scored 12 points,
with Campbell grabbing eight
rebounds and going 6-of-8
from the foul line.
Snowberger had four blocks
and seven rebounds, while
Latner dished out four assists.


Sign-ups

under way for

Starke Rec.

Dept. baseball

and softball
The Starke Recreation
Department is currently
accepting registrations for its
spring Babe Ruth baseball and
softball .programs. Sign-ups
continue through Friday, Feb.
13.
In baseball, there are six
leagues for the following age
groups, with April 30 as the
age-determining date: 4-6 (T-
ball), 7-8 (rookie), 9-10
(minor), 11-12 (major), 13-15
(Babe Ruth senior) and 16-18
(Babe Ruth). Children 8 or 10
may play in the next league up
they have exceptional/ skills
and parents sign a waiver.
Softball has five leagues for,
the following age groups, with
Dec. 31, 2008, as the
determining date: 6-8 (8U), 9-


Evan Malucci arrives to
the basket in Keystone's
40-poirrt win over Taylor.


10 (10U), 11-12 (12U), 13-14
(14U) and 15-16 (16U).
Children may play in the next
league up if they have
exceptional skills and parents
sign a waiver.
Cost is $75 through Feb. 13
and $85 afterward. If your
child has never played before,
a $1.25 fee must be paid to
cover the cost of a Babe Ruth
birth card. A copy of a child's
birth certificate must be
presented at the recreation
department if the child has
never played before.
To play in the Starke
baseball division, a child must
live in any area of Bradford
County other than Lawtey,
Brooker or Hampton. To play
in the Starke softball division,
a child must live in any area of
Bradford County with the
exception of Lawtey, with and
exception being made if
Lawtey does not offer a child's
division.
For more information,
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(9041964-6305 .(3521473-2210 *(3861496-2261


ONE MONTH FREE. 2,3 &
4BR starting at $579. W/
D hook-ups, fitness cen-
ter, computer room, pool.
Pets welcome. Whisper-
ing Oaks Apartments,
904-368-0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
$400/mth and up. Rent
includes pool, garbage,
yard and home mainte-
nance. Call 386-496-
2777.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security. Call 904-964-
4303.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
2BR MOBILE HOME.
Shed, patio, large fenced
yard. Very clean, service
animals only. $600/mth
plus security. 10 miles
west of Starke. Call 386-
496-0683.
1 BR FURNISHED APT with
carport, on Lake Geneva
and SR 100, Keystone
Heights, FL. $500 per
month, call 352-283-
4644.
31" & SW IN COUNTRY
setting 3BR/2BA, Hamp-
ton. On CR 18. SWMH
and DWMH in Tiny Cove,
Keystone Heights. Call
352-473-3728.
IBRI/BA, COTTAGE.
Kitchen & living room. In
Florahome. Call 386-659-
1621 or 904-759-5873.
$600 per month plus $400
deposit.
3BR/2BA PARTLY FUR-
NISHED, MH in Keystone
Heights. Clean, service
'Iniffials only. $650 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-473-0464.
2 RENTALS, 1 HOUSE
2BR/1BA, living room,
dining room, kitchenette.
utility, porch and car port.
1 BR/1 BA trailer. Call 904-
964-7066
PARTIALLY FURNISHED
2BR/2BA split design
DWMH, nestled in wood-
ed acreage on Santa Fe
River. Service animals
only. $650 per month. Call
386-496-2030.
1241 BRADFORD Street.
Starke. 3BR home
in quiet, safe, family
neighborhood, close to
schools & town, living
room, new dishwasher
and range, vertical blinds
in living room, family room
and master bedroom,
screened in back porch
that faces a fenced in
back yard, new CH/A,
credit check and refer-
ences required. First plus
deposit. Call 724-877-
7679 or 814-257-9825.
KEYSTONE 4BR/2BA with
cathedral ceilings, CH/A,
remodeled, carpet, wood-
ed lot, close to-bike path,
$795 per month. 3BR/
2BAjinMelrose, $675 per
month, references. Call
352-317-5880.
SMALL COTTAGE, 3BR/
1BA, off Walnut Street.
First months rent and
security deposit. Call 904-
533-2210 or 904-613-
6871, leave a message.
WALDO VILLAS 2BR
apartments available,
$455. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.


Country

Club Woods
4 BR/2 BA

Apartments

1644/mth.
restrictions apply



904-368-8130
Starke
14831 SE 25th Ave.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
2BA MH on 1 acre, close
to town, $575 per month,
352-475-6260.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
1BR/1BA cute and clean
small cottage. 5997
White Sands Lake, off
CR 352. Safe neighbor-
hood, paved road, $550
per month. Pets okay, call
352-475-5718.
STARKE QUIET NEIGH-
BORHOOD, single 'story
2BR/1BA duplex. Sit
down kitchen with appli-
ances, large living room,
screened back porch,
ceiling fans. CI-A, wash-
er/dryer hookups, window
coverings. Lease $550
per month. 1st, last plus
security of $550. Dixon
Rentals 352-588-0013 for
showing/application.

MUST SEE, BEAUTIFUL
lake front home. 2 large
bedrooms with private
baths, Gourmet kitchen
appliances, vaulted ceil-
ings, wrap around porch,
private dock, and an awe-
some view Price just re-
duced to $875 per month,
OBO. Call 904-710-9650
for more details.
ROOMMATE WANTED in
Starke, Florida to share
half of house. $400 per
month, utilities included
or $100. Deposit & 2
weeks. Rent $100 up
front, call 352-222-3083
or 352-222-2953.
2/1 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME $500/mth plus
$500/dep. 22515 NW
53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
vice animals only. Gar-
bage service and lawn
service included. Call
904-312-3999 or 904-
782-3867.
DWMH 3BR/2BA PRIVATE,
in Keystone Heights. 1/3
acre lot, paved road, $595
per month, $600 deposit.
Reference is required.
Call 904-460-9115.
LOT FOR RENT FOR MO-
BILE HOME off Griffis
Loop, 100A. $140 per
month, includes water
hookup. Call 904-964-
7895.
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT.
Two small offices for rent.
reasonable rates. 410W.
Main St.. Lake Butler, FL
Contact John Berchtold,
City of Lake Butler at 386-
496-3401.


THE GROVES: 3BR/2BA
home in Union County.
Available Feb. 1. $925
month. Call 352-258-
6233.
PRIVATE FENCED IN
YARD, home with 3BR/
2BA. Wrap around porch,
modern appliances &
CH/A. 408 W. Lafeyette
St. Starke 32091. $850
month & $850 security
dep. Credit app. is re-
quired. Call 352-473-
7123 or 352-214-7411.
3BR/2BA DW MH on 1 acre.
CH/A, hardy board siding,
tool shed. On paved road,
McRae school district.
Silver Sands road. $725
per month, $500 security
deposit. Call 352-235-
0911.
2000 3BR/2BA SW for rent'
on 1 acre. $550 a month.
Call 386-496-1146 for
more information.
QUIET AREA, 3BR/2BA
mobile home, Graham.
Service animals only. Call
352-468-2544, 352-318-
3952, leave message, will
return call.
FOR RENT, 2BR apt. in
Raiford $650 a month.
2BR apt. in Starke $450
a month. Call Susan.
owner/broker at 352-745-
1212 for more informa-
tion.
HOME ON HAMPTON
LAKE. Roomate want-
ed to share a house on
Hampton Lake. Have
your own BR & BA. $500
month, call 561-385-
1460.
2BR/1BA MH, includes
car port, water, sew-
age, garbage and lawn
maintenance. $450 per
month. Discount for se-
nior citizens. Call 904-
964-8218.
Animals and
Pets
52
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
information.
MANY DOGS & PUPPIES
to choose from. Beagles,
Chiuahua's, Border Col-
lie. 2 small pot belly pigs
and many more. $25


Whispering Oaks

Apartments

ONE MONTH FREE

2, 3 and 4 Bedrooms
Starting at $579.00/Mo.
W/D hook-ups Pool '
*Computer Room Fitness Center*
Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

Call 904-368-0007


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 staking
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services'
offered by.Trevor Waters Realty


R -side -t i a 1 r S I ri al

No Job to Small

Over 30 Years Experience
P.O. Box 183 Lawtey. FL. 32058


Perry Nicula
Cell 904-364-7451


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Len Eaves
Cell 352-745-0650


Email eavesl@windstream.net


donation. Call 904-964-
2165 any time.
3 MUSCOVY DUCKS, 2
roosters and 2 chickens.
Mustgo. Makeoffer. Call
352-473-2187.
Keystone
Yard Sales
53B
3 FAMILY YARD sale. Jan.
17-18, 8am to ?. Corner
of Monongahela & Aca-
dia
SALE, THURSDAY. Jan.
15th Sunday, Jan. 18th
at RV at Golf Course.
4331 2nd Ave E. Even a
kitchen sink!
BIG RUMMAGE SALE Fri.
Jan. 16th, 9am to 4pm
and Sat. Jan 17th, 9am to
12pm. Lots of everything.
Saturday $1 bag. Com-
munity Church, behind
Ace Hardware.
Wanted
55
FREE HORSES WANTED
Friends Helping Friends,
a non profit organization,
will take your horses and
find them a good home. If
needed, we can give you
a tax exempt certificate.
Must have neg. coggins.
Call L.E. Crawford at 904-
504-3802.
For Sale
57
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 pnd
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 microfiber-
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
KENMORE AND Whirlpool
washers and dryers, new
type $95 and up, each.


Electric stove, written
guarantee, delivery avail-
able. For appointments,
call 904-964-8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
Western Auto in Starke,
call 904-964-6841.
NEW SOAK TUB. Never
used. Beige, 42 x 58x
21 inches. Value $600,
asking $150. Call 352-
871-3234.
FIREWOOD, CUT & UN-
CUT. Seasoned Oak
$20 per pickup truckload,
Klare Drive, off CR 214,
Keystone Heights. Call
352-473-8994 or 904-
572-2319.
STEEL BUILDINGS #1,
Recession Discounted.
Some below cost to site.
Call 352-538-0183 for
availability. Visit our web-
site at www.scg-grp.com,
Source #OSH.
OAK FIREWOOD, cut &
split, full cord $135 deliv-
ered. Call 904-796-7210,
leave message.
FORKLIFT FOR SALE
1998 Terex, TH-528.
Variable-reach with 28 ft.
telescoping boom. 5500
pound capacity. 4 wheel
drive & 4 wheel steer-
ing, Cummins diesel, 48"
forks, foam-filled tires, hy-
draulic leveling forks and
Chassis leveling system.
1900 hours, everything
works. Asking $22,500,
call Bill at 352-281-4077.
FIRE WOOD KINDLING
Fat Lighter, starts logs
fast. Budles $5-$10-$20.
SHot water heater, used
for a short time. New 30
gallon, .120 or 240 volts,
S$75. New, was $239.99,
call 904-964-4739
FOR SALE, pool table.
Please call 904-782-3344
for more information.

BILL BAILEY'S
HANDY HELPER SERVICE
Quality & Experience. Get
Help! Help!Help! with:
Auto maintenance &
detailing, home
maintenance & repairs,
lawn mowing, raking and
landscaping, paining,
pressure washing, maid
services, moving help, pet
services aquariums,
swimming pool
maintenance, shopping
services, gift assembly,
honey do lists & more!
Call 352-473-4206


Personal
Services
59
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, running
or not! Will pick up any-
where. $100 and up. Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
NEED WORK BAD! Cannot
find a job, need to pay
rent & live. Please let me
work in your yard, home
(repairs), drywall repair,
or any kind of job you
may have. Please call
904-769-1891.
DRYWALL FINISHING and
interior/exterior painting.
Quality work, competitive
prices, free estimates.
Please call 904-803-
8342.
HOME CHILD CARE 24/7.
Reasonable rates. Reli-
able care given for over
30 years. Newborn & up.
Contact Betty at 904-964-
8004.


ELDERLY OR DISABLED
CARE in your home. Ex-
perienced, caring, cer-
tified, mature christian
woman, will care for your
loved one as you would.
Reasonable, References
available. Certifications in
medication, CPR and first
aide. Part time or around
the clock. Call Debbie
Halle at 904-368-1253.
Home
. Improvement
60
AFFORDABLE HOME RE-
PAIR and yard main-
tenance. Wood rot re-
placed, painting, pressure
washing, yard work and
tree trimming. Licensed
and insured. Call John at
904-229-1259.
Business
'Opportunities
64
BUSINESS FOR SALE,
health food store in Key-
stonie Heights. Well es-
tablished, well stocked
with up to date merchan-
dise. Turnkey Business.
Selling due to sickness,
and owner retiring. Call
352-473-0864 after 6PM..
Help Wanted
65
DEPT. OFAGRICULTURAL
JOBS $12.73 -$29.45/
HR now hiring. Many
positions available. For
appointment and free


SAT. JAN. 24 9 AM
2256 NE 204th St. Lawtey
Ford 3000 tractor, Ford 3000 w/front
end loader, Yanmar 1600 FWD trailers,
tools, shop equipment, engines,
horizontal milling machine, lathes,
compressors, saws & much more!

Terms: Cash, check, Visa/MC 10% Buyers
Premium
Directions: 3 mi. N. on 301 to 204th St. on
right, 1/2 mile to sale.' elrodauctions.com

ELROD AUCTIONS "
904-699-7067


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

(90419%4.5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com



f. .


2 BR HOME IN RAIFORD
Could be 3 BR. Perfect for S.H.I.P. Program
$90,000 will lease for $700/mo

Owner-financed Hampton Commercial
Lake access, Lakeview and
lakefront properties as low properties close to

as $49,900 Wal-Mart!


KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS

Take a:Look at us Now!


01 2 IedCADIS


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


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American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8288,
24hrs, emp. serv.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
now accepting applica-
tions for CNAs for the 3/11
and 11/7 shifts. Excellent
pay and benefits. 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.
CLEANING LADY NEEDED,
experienced with refer-
ences, needed by-weekly
on Friday, sometimes
needed weekly. 904-964-
2722.
FARM LABOR, Starke area.
Start immediately, dairy.
Call 330-347-4105.
DATA ENTRY POSITION.
Must have excellent com-
puter skills. Must be de-
pendable and able to work
a minimum of 40 hours per.,
week, plus some overtime
when needed. Company


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Now Hiring

at

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(904) 964-7357 ext. 151
Positions available for
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owners insurance & 401K.
Send resume to P.O. Box
230, Hampton 32044.
OFFICE MANAGER NEED-
ED for local business
in Starke to do medical
billing, insurance authori-
zations and AR follow up.
Fax resume to 904-964-
4279.
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servers, apply in 'person
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Page 12B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION January 15, 2009


Bradford

girls' lifters

get win over

Santa Fe
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Nine lifters placed either
first or second as the Bradford
girls' weightlifting team
defeated Santa Fe 40-27 Jan. 8
in their first meet of the newv
year.


Whitney Yeauger
pound class), Keri
(119), Jalisa Jones (15
Swords (169) and
McNeal (1-99) wo
respective weight
Their totals were: Yea
(95 bench press, 80 c
jerk), Padgett 225 (1I
Jones 235 (115, 120)
235 (110, 125) and
245 (120, 125).
Earning second p
Bradford were Ashley
(119), Jennifer Smyt
Stefini Starling (13
Carley Burns (169)


Meghan Zinkel (background) defends a Pierson
Taylor underneath the basket in Keystone's distr
win.


KHHS
Continued from page 3B

players in all scored.
Score by Quarter
THS: 2 0 6 2-10
KHHS: 18 6 4 9-37

Keystone scoring (37):
Morgan Barkett 1, Billings 4,
Cortney Casas 2, Gray 2,
Morgan Maxwell 2, Krista
Osteen 2, Brandi Simmons 3,
Smoak 9, Wheeler 8, Meghan
Zinkel 4. 3-pointers: Smoak.
Free throws: 12-17.


Earlier results:


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 2 11 4
KHHS: 8 9 9
Keystone scoring (38
5, Maxwell 20, Sm
Wheeler 6, Zinkel 3.


(110- totals were: Howard 165 (80,
Padgett 85), Smyth 230 (110, 120),
4), Sarah Starling 167.5 (77.5, 90) and
JaMea Burns 210 (105, 105).
n their Bradford also had three
classes, third-place finishers in Ariel
uger 175 Wimpy (129), Tymber Tatum
lean and (139) and Amber Milner (154).
10, 115), Their totals were: Wimpy 185
, Swords (90, 95), Tatum 145 (70, 75)
McNeal and Milner 150 (70, 80).
Bradford opened the season
lace for Dec. 8 against Middleburg and
Howard Ridgeview, with McNeal
h (129), earning the only first-placea
39) and finish with a 205-pound total
. Their (105,100).
The Tornadoes had three
runners-up at that meet in
Padgett (100 bench, 110 clean
*. and jerk, 210 total), Jones
(105, 115, 220) and Burns
(110, 95, 205). Smyth (105,
110, 215) and Megan Seals
(100, 105, 205) each placed
third.
In a loss to Keystone
Heights, Padgett, Smyth, Jones
and Swords won their classes,
while Yeauger, Courtney
Sexton (129-pound class),
Seals, Burns and McNeal all
were: Padgett 210 (105, 105),
Smyth 220 (105-115): Jones
225 (110, 115), Swords 230
(110, 120), Yeauger 165 (90,
75), Sexton 200 (95, 105),
Seals 215 (95, 115), Burns 195
(100, 95) and McNeal 210
(110, 100).
Placing third for Bradford
were Howard (80, 85, 165) and
Starling (65, 70, 135).
During a Dec. 18 three-team
h meet that also featured
Interlachen and Hawthorne,
Padgett, Smyth, Jones and
Swords won their weight
'ict classes to help Bradford finish
second with 38 team points.
The four winners' totals
were: Padgett 225 (110, 115),
4-21 Smyth 220 (105, 115), Jones
12-38 235 (115, 120) and Swords
235 (110, 120).
B): Gray Three Bradford lifters
ioak 4, earned second-place' finishes:
Yeauger (95,75, 170), Howard


(80, 85, 165) and Sexton (105,
115,225).
Third-place, finishers for
Bradford were Wimpy (95, 95,
190), Seals (110, 110, 220),
Burns (100, 105, 205) and
McNeal (115, 110,225).



HONORS
Continued from page 8B

sophomore defensive back
Tramaine Harris. Tysonhad 68
tackles, four sacks and two
- fumble recoveries, while
Harris had 38 tackles to go
along with 11 pass break-ups
and four interceptions.


Perry represented Union
County on the second team as
a running back with 850 yards
on 101 carries and 13
touchdowns.
Zow received multiple votes
for coach of the year after
guiding the Tigers to an 8-3
record (including a 42-20 bowl
win over Baldwin). The Tigers
won three games in 2007.
Five Union players received
honorable mention: freshman
defensive back Kendall
Wright, sophomore defensive
back William Henderson,
junior quarterback Chris
Alexander, junior linebacker
Mason Dukes and junior
running back Najeeb Smith.
Earning honorable mention


for Keystone were sophomore
wide receiver Ryan Latner,
junior free safety Chase
Chambers, junior defensive
lineman Shane Jennings and
senior noseguard Brett
Anderson.
Bradford had three players
earn honorable mention:
Hines, junior running
back/defensive back Rodney
Mosley and junior offensive
lineman Steven Yeauger.


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Ridgeview 73 KH 51
Smoak scored 20 points, but
the Indians could not
overcome Annie Pennington
and the Class 4A Ridgeview
Panthers, who won 73-51 Jan.
5 in Orange Park.
Pennington scored 30 points
for Ridgeview, which
outscored the Indians 24-10.
The Panthers led 41-25 at the
half-.
Smoak added four steals and
three assists to her totals, while
Morgan Maxwell scored nine
points and grabbed eight
rebounds.
Meghan Zinkel led the team
in rebounds with nine.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 10 15 14 12-51
RHS: 24 17 15 17-73

Keystone scoring (51): Gray
6, Becca Heavrin 2, Maxwell 9,
Smoak 20, Wheeler 8, Zinkel 6.
Free throws: 9-17.

KH 38 Union Co. 21
The first time around, it was
a 21-point loss, with host
Union County scoring 62
points.
On Jan. 6, the Indians held
the Tigers to 21 points in
earning a 38-21 district win in
Keystone.
"Our girls controlled the
tempo of the game," Keystone
head coach Jessica Carter said.
"Union County was tough like
they always are, but we just
did not let them get us out of
our game."
Maxwell turned in a double-
double with 20 points and 13
rebounds. Zinkel and Wheeler
had eight and seven rebounds,
respectively, while Gray
dished out five assists.



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