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Carrie Higbee, Amos Higbee and Otis Peace stand as the flags are lowered to half-staff at
the Veterans' Day observance at Charles J. Schaefer Veterans' Memorial Park in Starke.
Amos Higbee and Peace are both army veterans, with Higbee having served in the First
Infantry Division in World War II. For more on Veterans' Day, see inside sections.


County, Starke stand together on bypass


Parents speak out


at- school m.. meeting

Town halls scheduled for tonight, Monday


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
That parents were angry over
recent violence and ethical problems
in the school' system--and a
perceived failure to respond to those
problems-was plain to see by the
turnout at the Bradford County
School Board meeting on Nov. 14
when a full house gathered to see if
the board would address their
concerns.
But neither the board nor
Superintendent Harry Hatcher chose
to respond to public comments,
which further served to deepen the
communication divide.
Of the 100-plus parents, students
and others attending the meeting,
however, only three individuals
submitted public comment cards, and
only two of them chose to discuss
violence and other discipline
problems at Bradford High and other
schools.
Sara Wilson requested the school
district enforce a more "stringent"
system in which more control could


be exercised over what is going on in
the schools.
"We're very concerned about
things that are weak in our
administration, and I'm asking for
that to be stronger... This is
unacceptable to me as a parent who
will soon have a child in the ninth
grade," Wilson said.
Both of her middle school children
are experiencing the same types of
situations; she said.
Even a stricter dress code could be
used to increase discipline and
remove elements of competition and
jealousy, she suggested. Anything
that could help minimize.incidents of
violence needs to be considered,
Wilson said.
"Once we face a fatality, and we
will be looking at that one day if we
don't control what's going on, we
can't go back," she said.
Debbie VanAllen said she was
concerned about the district's
'leadership and wanted to know why
Hatcher would not return her phone
calls.
See SCHOOL, p. 7A


Teachers, others get raises


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford County Commission
and the city of Starke have taken a
stand to support the construction of a
bypass around the city of Starke,
although commissioners were
disappointed that any solution to
traffic problems ini the city would be
a long time coming.
.Jerome Johns, head of the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce .Transportation
Committee that urged both boards to
support the bypass, .believes,
however, that constructiction could
begin in the next five years if local
input can get the federal government
to fund the project to the.tune of $137
million.
A decision between the urban
alternative, which would expand U.S.
301 through the city, and the rural
alternative, which would bypass
S.tirke, has yet to be made and won't
be made until after one last public
hearing is held next year and a final


environmental impact study is
submitted to the federal government.
The consensus is that the rural bypass
will be the ultimate choice if for no
other reason than it is tens of millions
of dollars less costly than the urban
route.
The bypass would exit 301 around
the area of Prevatt Creek, traveling
west around the city to cross S.R. 100
and S.R. 16 and merge again with 301
around C.R. 233 (Morgan Road)..
Interchanges would eventually be
built at 100 and 16, but will probably ..
not be .a part of the initial.
construction. Instead, at-grade
intersections may first be utilized.
The first phase would., also only
provide a two-lane bypass that could
eventually be expanded to four lanes,
however, the design has not been
finalized. The Florida Department of
Transportation's Dale Johns told the
county commission that right of way
purchases would take place alongside
the design process. Starke Mayor
Steve Futch and the city commission
are asking DOT io consider four-lane


construction -from- the outset of the
project, although that will add to the
project cost.'
Also adding to the cost is the
passage of time. As Futch pointed
out, when talk of the bypass emerged
in the 1990s, the estimated cost was
$77 million. Now at $137 million,
there is ho telling how much money it
will take to construct the road when
DOT projects funding will finally
become available-10 to 12 years
from now.
.A. AcpOrding. to DOT's Bill
Henderson, 3061's role in'the Strategic
Intermodal System, gives the project
a "leg up" in receiving prioritized
funding. On the other hand, the
bypass has to. compete with many
other SIS projects.
The county commission is
concerned with a multiple projects
taking place to widen the highway
from Interstate 95 to Callahan, then
from Callahan to Baldwin. The fear is
that even more traffic from 1-95 will
be dumped onto 301.
See BYPASS, p. 8A


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff.Writer
It may not been exactly what she
wanted, but Judy Dukes, president of
the Bradford Education Association,
said she was happy an agreement had
been reached over teacher and other
salaries for this Schodl year. '
Dukes said the union
overwhelmingly supported
ratification' of the contract, and
everyone was thrilled to have the
matter settled earlier than in recent
years.
"It's not quite. what]' ,wanted but
it's a good 'settlement for the
employees," Dukes. said.
BEA and the school district had
disagreed over how funds available
for raises should be distributed. The
resulting contract is a compromise
that provides more money for
employees with fewer years in the
system than BEA wanted and more
money for employees with a greater
number of years in the system than
the district had wanted.


The salary for a beginning teacher
with a bachelor's degree is now set at
$28,750, higher than both Alachua
and Union counties. At five years, the
salary is $30,250, compared to
$28,021 last year.
At 10 years, teacher salary has
been raised from $30,525 to $32,050.
Ai "15 ears. t'ieiencrease is from
$33,635 to $35,300. Pay at 20 years
on the scale is now $40,386, up from
$39,210. At 25 years, $44,646 last
year was raised to $45,985 for this
year.
Of course, additional money is also
paid to teachers who have attained
postgraduate'degrees.-. '.. : ..
The contract also calls .for a 4
percent raise for school
administrators .plus a step increase.
Their secretaries will also receive 4
percent more. Noninstructional
personnel will receive 4 percent more
as well, less than BEA requested but
more than the district originally
offered.
See RAISES, p. 8A


SFCC partners with county

on library construction


Partners in


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe Community College has
earmarked funds. to assist in the-
construction of a new library and help
equip it with needed technology it
was revealed during the Nov. 7
county commission meeting.
Terry Vaughan, chairman of the
Library Advisory Board, said
extraordinary cooperative efforts
have been taking place to make the,
dream of a new library a reality.
"I can honestly say I've never
witnessed a project that united so
many diverse interests in such a.
positive manner, with everyone
pulling together to make sure we end
up with a shining example of what
this type of mutual collaboration can
do for a community," Vaughan said.
As he explained during a prior
meeting, the Suwannee River Water
Management District is investing in
stormwater solutions for Pratt Street,


the site of the future library.
In addition to assisting in the
procurement of grant funds to pay for
22 new computers for the library, the
college itself will see to the
replacement of those computers
every four years.
Those computers will be in the new
library's teen area and be available
for use by college students.
(Additional public use computers are
being sought through a grant by
Michele Everson of the Bradford
County Education Foundation.)
SFCC has also pledged to cover the
cost of paving the library's parking
lot, up to $100,000.
.-The library will provide space that
can be used for classroom instruction
for SFCC students, and students with
classes at the SFCC Stump Center,
next door to the future library, will be
able to take advantage of the
'additional parking spaces when
visiting that campus.
See SFCC, p. 8A


Santa Fe Community College has.partnered with Bradford County in the construction of
a new public library. Pictured at the courthouse are Andrews Center Director Cheryl
Canova, SFCC Board of Trustees Member Evelyn Womack, head of the SFCC
Endowment Corporation Harvey Sharron, library board Chairman Terry Vaughan, SFCC
President Dr. Jackson Sasser and library Director Phalbe Henriksen.


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Pictured accepting the Storm Ready County Sandrik, warning coordination meteorologist, Wendy
designation is Bradford County Chairman Doyle Spierer, Johns' administrative assistant, and Jim
Thomas (third from left). Also pictured is (I-r) June Britts, Florida Department of Emergency
Neats, former emergency management planner, Management area coordinator.
Brian Johns, director of emergency management, Al


Bradford County is 'Storm Ready'


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford's program for
emergency management is
stronger than ever judging by
the county's recent recognition
as "Storm Ready."
Al Sandrik said it was his
pleasure to come before the
county commission and brag
about his favorite people in the
world, emergency. managers
and their personnel. Sandrik is
a warning coordination
meteorologist from the office
of the National Weather
Service in Jacksonville and
said emergency managers are
what stands between the
community and chaos.
The National Weather
Service began the Storm


Ready program in.1993, and it
works with counties to
improve local emergency
management programs with
the communication and safety
skills needed to save ,lives and
property both. before and
during the emergency.
Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns and his
,staff have put together an
outstanding system for
emergency management and
emergency dispatchers to use
during natural disasters and
other emergencies, Sandrik
said.
"This program that they've
put together was so good that
I'm sharing it with counties in
Southeast Georgia to use as a
standard to bring their
systems) up," Sandrik said.
"A phenomenal amount of
work was done... it was, really-


exceptional the work that
they'v;&'*done in putting
together your Storm Ready
program."
But having written the
program doesn't mean the
work is over. Sandrik said
buildifig up on that program is
a continuous process, not just a,
one-time designation.' He said
he's confident Johns and his
staff will make it a living.
breathing program.
Jim Britts, the area
coordinator for the Florida
Department of Emergen'y
Management, was also on
hand to congratulate Johns and
his team.
Most of the work that went
into receiving the designation
took place before Jbhns took
over emergency management,
hLe humbly admitted. Instead


he credited June Neats and
Wendy Spierer.
"If it weren't for them, I
don't think that we would be
ready to accepil this award
today, and"'i thank hoih of
them I'or ihe work that they
do," Johns said.
Spierer is Johns'
administrative assistant in
emergency management,, but
Neats has moved from the
emergency management
department to the county
manager's office.
County Chairman Doyle
Thomas.said the board was
fortunate to have employees
like these who put so .much
effort into making a program
work.
Along with the designation,
the county., was awarded
signage acknowledging its
Storm Ready status.


Fire burns home of Bradford High School teen beat at school


As reported in the Nov. 16, member saw "four or five"
issue of the Gainesville Sun, people's shadows fleeing into
the 14-year-old student targeted the woods.
in .multiple attacks at Bradford Little was known about the
I-gh School was apparently -a ,0inqjpti Liufau ay
target again Nov. 15 when her night, but Hines said deputies
bedroom %aji se'ron fire. -....1- and two-orthree'dogs from the
Lt. Kenneth Hines with the Florida State Prison searched
Bradford County Sheriff's the area for two suspects who
Office said deputies received a reportedly started the fire.
call at 9:04 p.m. reporting a fire Hines declined to say how
at the home near Starke. the fire was started but said the
Standing outside the state Fire Marshal's Office was
smoking home about 10:30 still investigating the incident.
p.m., the teen's mother Jackie No one was injured and there
Howard said over the telephone was minor damage to the home,
that it appeared someone threw he said, adding that deputies
an accelerant-soaked object were working on making
through the window of her arrangements to protect the
daughter's room, but added that family.
investigators had not told her Howard said the fire was
what happened, contained to her daughter's
"All I know is they set my room.
daughter's bedroom on fire," She said her daughter started
she said, adding that her screaming, "Mama, my room's
daughter and another family on fire!" about 9 p.m. The mom _


BHS to host
High-Q
tourneys
Bradford High School will.
host both the divisional and
conference High-Q academic
tournaments this \ear. said
sponsor Ronney Harris.
, On Tuesday, Nov. 29. from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a total of 15
High-Q teams will compete at
BHS in the divisional
tournament. Eight varsity and
seven junior rarsii) teams
will vie for the divisional
title. : '1. '
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, the
'conference tournament will be
held ..in Starke at the First
Baptist Church and hosted by
Bradford High. -The
tournament will run from 9
a.m. to 3 p;m. and :will
include the top teams ,from
each division in North Florida.
Bradford High's varsity
High-Q team is currently 3-4
on the season. The junior
varsity team is 6-1.


Meeting will
address
discipline
A town hall meeting has
been called by Bradford
County Superintendent of.-
Schools Harry Hatcher III for
parents of Bradford High
School students beginning at
6:30 p.m.' on Thursday, Nov.
17, in the BHS Auditorium
The purpose of the meeting
is to get input concerning
discipline and safety of,
students.


please- call the Starke
Recreation' -Department at
(904) 964-6792.


Lawtey will
meet Dec. 5
-The Lawtey City Council.
wilt meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, Dec. 5. The meetings
are held at Lawtey City Hall.
Meetings are open to the
public, and an agenda is
available in advance. For more
information, call (904) 782-
3454.









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called 911 as her husband
fought the blaze.
Howard said her daughter's
best friend's home on Crawford
]koad\caught fire Monday,
,night. But fire investigators
believe that fireA"wis accidental
and was not related to the blaze
at Howard's home, according to
Hines.
Howard's daughter was the
.target of multiple attacks at
Bradford High School this fall
after she reported two boys for
groping her in class in


Do you have any concerns about
your child's development? Free
information and/or screenings are
available for ages birth to 5 years.
To schedule an appointment, call
Child Find at (800),227-6036 or go
to wwW. nefec.org/fdlrs (click on
Child Find).
Shands at Starke Auxiliary has
.available several volunteer oppor-
tunities including gift shop, recep-
tion desk, X-ray, medical records,
patient services and filing. For
information, call Helen LeVangie,
(352) 473-8580; Dolores Morgan,
(904) 964-5748; Kay McKinley,
(904) 964-7284; or Sharon Gaines,
(904) 964-6009.


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From the desk

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By Superintendent Harry Hatcher
It has been reported in some watching the monitor. We have
areas that at our last school placed our teachers in the in
board meeting we tried to limit the hallway during class breaks
comments from the public, to monitor student activities.
During public comment time, We have had a student
each individual is given the assembly to make our students
opportunity to address the aware of sexual harassment,
board. During this time, the bullying and other pertinent
public has the opportunity to information. We have also
express any issue or concern it hired an extra police officer to
may have. monitor our campus.
As I have previously stated, We are continuing to seek
we have had some events that other alternatives that we may
are deeply troubling to all of us ensure the safety of all our
in our community. I want to students. As a community we
reiterate the steps taken to are united in that all of us want
correct these areas. We put up a safe campuses for all of our
new security system in students. Thank you for your
strategic areas with personnel support.

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Why focus on Giving?
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March of Dimes ambassador will participate in Starke fund-raiser


Five-year-old Alexa
Ostolaza of Gainesville has
been named the March of
Dimes 2006 National
Ambassador. This week, she
and her parents were presented
at a news conference in New
York City.
As ambassador, Alexa will
participate in Starke's March
of Dimes Light a Little Star
event on Saturday, Nov. 19 at
Bradford High School.
Her appointment reflects the
March of Dimes growing
concern about the rate of
premature births among
Hispanics in the United States.
Alexa was born 15 weeks
early, weighing just 1 pound, 4
.ounces. Her story represents
just one of the half a million
babies born prematurely each
year in this country. She and
her parents, Jessica and Josue
Ostolaza, will travel the nation
throughout the coAiing year to
help raise awareness of the
growing problem of premature
birth, which has increased by
30 percent in the U.S. since
1981, with a special emphasis


on premature birth in the
Hispanic community.
"Premature birth is the
number one killer of newborns
and a major cause of serious
health problems and disability
among so many of the
survivors," said Dr. Jennifer L.
Howse, president of the March
of Dimes. "Hispanics are the
largest and fastest growing
racial/ethnic minority group in
the U.S. and more Hispanic
babies are being born
prematurely each year. We
want to reach out to the
Hispanic community to
increase awareness of
premature birth and to help
improve health outcomes."
Nearly one in eight Hispanic
babies is born prematurely
(before 37 weeks gestation) in
the U.S. each year. Although
the rate of premature birth
among Hispanics is currently
11.4 percent, lower than the
national average of 12.3
percent, it is on the increase.
The March of Dimes
Prematurity Campaign seeks to
help the nation reach the goal


set by the U.S. Public Health
Service of reducing the rate of
premature birth to 7.6 percent
by 2010.
The family's story
Jessica and Josue Ostolaza
were expecting their first child
in, 2000 with no sign of the
complications to come. At 24
weeks into her pregnancy,
Jessica went to her doctor for a
routine physical and was
diagnosed with pre-eclampsia,
a rapidly progressive disorder
characterized -by dangerously
high blood pressure. Jessica's
life was in serious danger and
so was that of her unborn
baby..
She was immediately
admitted to Shands Hospital at
the University of Florida and
placed on complete bed rest.
Her doctors determined that
Jessica would deliver early,
and she was given steroid
treatments to help speed the
development of the baby's
immature lungs. After only
five days in the hospital,
Jessica was too sick to
continue with the pregnancy.


With the fear of losing both
Jessica and her baby, doctors
performed an emergency
cesarean section.
"Even though Alexa was not
ready to be born, she came into
the world fighting," her mother
said.
After being rushed to the
neonatal intensive care unit,
Alexa was diagnosed with
respiratory distress syndrome,
for which she received
surfactant therapy to help her
lungs inflate properly between
each breath. She also spent
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41 would like to introduce.
Myself to the citizens of
Lawtey. My name is Carlton
Jones, and I am a 1981
graduate of Bradford High
School.
Upon graduation, I enlisted
in the United States Navy,
serving until my retirement, at
which time I joined and
became a lifetime member of
the Disabled American
Veterans Organization. Upon
retirement, I knew of no other
place I would rather return to,
live than the best city in
Florida-Lawtey.
I have served the city on the
recreation committee for the
past four years and as chair of
the committee in 2004. I hope
you will consider me for city
clerk.
My promise to the citizens
of Lawtey is that all citizens
will be treated equally. I shall
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to the details of running the
clerk's office, treating all
citizens with respect. Every
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Lawtey. My promise to the
people is to work for you.
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By MARCIA MILLERlL'
Telegraph Staff Writer
The single mother is
employed, but the family lives
from paycheck to paycheck
The baby got sick this month
and the mother had to pa\
$300 for medical care and
medication. That left no
money to buy groceries-and
three mouths to feed.
When a Bradford Countian
is in a situation where he or
she is faced with the choice of
buying nfeod or buying other
:_Ccss.Inles like medication,
there is an organization that
can help.
The Food Pantry provides
short-term emergency)
assistance for people, like the
family described in this article,
who are in need of food. More
than 500 people per month
take advantage of this
community% resource, said
volunteer Arley McRae.
It is not a long-term
assistance program like Food
Stamps. People don'tLcprn._ to
--th-eFdoP'niitry every week. It
is designed to help people who
find themselves in unusual or
emergency situations. Once
every three months, or twice
in. six months, a Bradford
County or Kingsley Lake
resident in need can receive a
one-week supply of food for a
family of four..
The Food Pantry is
sponsored by the Bradford
Ecumenical Ministries, an
organization that is the
cooperative effort of a number
of area churches.


Thomas Parker volunteers with his parents and pack
grocery bags of food, although he needs a ladder
accomplish the task.


'The Food Pantry is
probably one of the most
important projects we have as
a community," said McRae.


"People
position.
between.
buying


who are in the
of' making choices
buying food and
medication, for


Clark, others arrested


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer

Alleni "A.C." Clark, former
Region 1 prisons director, was
arrested last week on felo.p
battery charges.
'Two other corrections
employees were also arrested
for battery in the same alleged
attack, which was investigated&
by the Florida Department of
Law EnfoFcement. Col.
Richard Fryeiand Maj. James
Bowen both worked at
Apalachee -Correctional
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Frye and Bowen. of the investigations began tc
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to press charges because of A warrant was issued fo
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who still worked for DOC. He and Bowen were arrested
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Clark. w IteIw- p 10 .I untv Ja.on No,. -
intimidate e
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Secretary James Crosby.
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conducted alongside of a
federal probe looking, into
other crimes, including the
importation of steroids for sale
and use by corrections
employees, misappropriation
of funds and misuse of inmate p
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example, need our help. The
8 Food Pantry can help them."
' McRae said helping people
who are more unfortunate than
yourself is one of the basic
teachings of Christianity.
"There are more references in
the Bible to helping the poor
and unfortunate than any other
type of citation," said McRae.
'The Food Pantry has been
doing that for.15 years."
He said the fact that the
churches in the community are
able to work together to
provide- for one of the most
basic needs a person--has
indicates good things "about
this community.
The Food Pantry is staffed
by volunteers from various
churches in the community
and is open Monday through
Friday from 1-4 p.m. at 321
Andrews Street in Starke,
across U.S. 301 from
Powell's Dairy Freeze.
If you would like to
volunteer to help staff the
Food Pantry, contact Applean
Brown at (904) 964-7955.
People in need of emergency
Food can: come to the Food
Pantry during its regular hours
of operation and fill out a
simple registration form. A
photo ID is preferred, but not
s required. I
"We give out enough food
for a family of four for one
week," said McRae. "We try
to be all-inclusive with that.
We make sure each package
' includes a variety of foods.
s There's nothing exotic, but we
d try to make sure the package
r serves all the basic food
needs."
Walk for Hunger set
L Nov. 20 in Starke
The Food Pantry is
supported by donations of
nonperishable food items and
donations of money that is
d used to buy food items. The
d largest fund-raising event held
t to support the Food Pantry is
s the Lillian Stump Walk for
b Hunger, set this year on
d Sunday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m.
o The walk begins at Shands
at Starke on S.R. 230 and will
r proceed four blocks south, one
e block west and four blocks
I. back to the starting point.
e Plenty of water will be
provided to walkers.,


accepted at the walk's starting
point at Shands at Starke on
Nov. 20. Pledges and
donations can be mailed to the
Food Pantry at 931 East Call
Street, Starke, FL 32091.
Anyone with nonperishable
food items to donate to the
Food Pantry can call McRae at
(904) 964-2459. Pick up can
be arranged.


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the Florida area to be featured
on the show.
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having an ugliest guitar
contest. There is no cost to
enter. Simply bring your ugly
guitar by the store and leave it
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Judges will come in as part
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Participants could win a brand
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Attention pastors serving the
Bradford, County community:
Please join the Santa Fe
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Center Team on Tuesday, Nov.
29, from 7-8 p.m. of the
second meeting on how to
work together to better serve
the community.
The meeting will take place
at the Andrews Center. If you
were unable to attend the first
meeting, please R.S.V.P. by
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Nov. 17, 2005 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


New BMS club partners with Coldwell Banker


By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Children are often thought
of as the future of our country,
but a group of students at
Bradford Middle School hopes
to be future business leaders as
well.
New to the school this year,
the Future Business Leaders of
America club is one that tries
to bring business and
education together in a positive
working relationship,
according to its mission
statement.
The local club,- which was
formed in October, is one of
only two clubs at the middle
school.
FBLA adviser Jennifer
Lourcey, who is a BMS
business teacher and a full-
time Coldwell Banker realtor,
organized the club to provide
students with more
opportunities and skills they
could use after completing
school.
"I want to teach them skills
to take to the business world,"
Lourcey said. -
However, she thinks FBLA
can provide not only business
skills, such as public speaking,
computer knowledge, math
and language arts, but it can
also teach students the
appropriate business attire,
how to act appropriately and
how to function in the "real
world."
Through FBLA, the students
hope to build relationships
with people in the business
community.
FBLA associate adviser
Keisha Hampton said, "These
are the people they will be
running a business along side."
Tom and Ingrid Smith,
owners of Coldwell Banker
Smith & Smith Realty, have
already teamed up with the
club,
Tom Smith said they have
supported many programs in
the school system and now
wanted to do whatever they
could for the business group. .
When Lourcey brought news
of the FBLA to Coldwell
Banker, Smith said, "We were
100 percent with her." He
thinks other businesses in the
community will be, too, once


Bradford Middle School FBLA members are (front, I-r) Kyle Davis, Dylan
Gault, Eric Benton, Alex Przekop, Brenden Mobley, (second row) Katelynn
Petteway, Morgan Rhoden, Ross Peugh, reporter Katie Langford, Alicia
Deringer, Secretary Kaitlin Davis, (third row) Katie LaGrand, Tiaria Tyson,
Alex Salazar, Lauren Lawton, Rosa London, (back) Parliamentarian Jesse
Van-Meter, President Saloni-Desal, Vice President Caleb Crews, Jawan
Jamison, Austin Tison, Jennifer Lourcey. Not pictured: Jacob Crawford,
Dustin Corbitt, Shantavia Jackson, John Mosley, Sharaine Stephens, Sarah
Cole, Trisha O'Quinn, Treasurer Ashley Alvarez, Kya Steele, Sara Henry,
Shamika Aaron and advisors Keisha Hampton and Bonnie King.


the,, knew about the club.
The Smiths paid the state
and national dues for all
members of the BMS FBLA,
which totaled more than $300.
Smith said Coldwell Banker
will continue to support the
BMS FBLA in the future.
Lourcey said the donation
from the Smiths was greatly
appreciated and helped
students who may have not
been able to join the club ,
otherwise. The donation will
allow the club to use any
additional fundraising they do
for district and state
competitions and other
business programs.
FBLA members, Lourcey,
Hampton and associate adviser
Bonnie King have already
started this process recently
with selling food at the fall
festival.


With approximately 30'
members, Lourcey is looking
forward to expanding the club
throughout the school year.
One event she eventually
hopes to take the FBLA
members to is "Career
Discovery" at MGM Studios.
This is an event where students
can go behind the scenes at the
popular theme park and see the
inner workings of a successful


business.
Innovative leadership and
career development programs
like this one is another way the
FBLA will strive to provide
BMS.students with tools they
need to be successful.
Any business interested in
supporting the FBLA can call
Jennifer Lourcey at Bradford
Middle School at (904) 966-
6705.


CHURCH

First Community Church of
Brooker will have a gospel sing
Saturday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m.,
with the Yeomans Family from
Georgia. The public is invited.
St. John Missionary Baptist'
Church of Lawtey will host a
Family and Friends Day
program on Sunday, Nov. 20, at
4 p.m. Everyone is invited to
come join in this event. Special
speaker will be the Rev.
Anthony Thomas of Emanuel
Missionary Baptist Church of
Gainesville. St. John pastor is
the Rev. James Rackley.'


Waste
collection
sites closed
for holiday
All six solid waste
collection sites will be closed
Thursday, Nov. 24, in
observance of Thanksgiving.
All sites will reopen Friday,
Nov. 25.


Concerned
Citizens to
host
basketball
tourney
The Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County Inc. will
hosts its annual Thanksgiving
basketball tournament Nov. 24-
26, 7 p.m. nightly, at the RJE
gymnasium, 1080 N. Pine St.
in Starke.
The deadline to enter a team
is Saturday, Nov. 19.
For information, call Alica
McMillian at 964-6415 or
Charles Jackson at 964-5553.



| WORTH NOTING
The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.
A meditation and stress control
Workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
Center. Call to register (904) 782-
1069.


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Bus drivers observe safety week ,..


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Approximately 40 Bradford
school bus drivers participated
in School Bus Safety Week
events held here Oct 17-21.
In addition to providing
school bus safety information
to children and parents, drivers
were treated to a luncheon
where safety issues were
stressed and appreciation for
drivers was voiced by school
officials.
Yellow school buses safely
transport approximately 25
million children to and from
school every day in America.
In Bradford County, 2,500
children are transported every
day by 36 school buses.
Now that Daylight Savings
Time has been changed back
to. standard time, it will grow
dark earlier almost daily.
Often, children will be
traveling to and from school
in the dark. More than half of
the pedestrian fatalities of
school-age children occur in
low light or dark conditions.
Motorists should remain
aware of safe driving rules for
low light conditions. These-
include:
Watch for children who
may be walking or riding their
bikes.
Drive at a safe speed,
especially on unlit or winding'
roads.


Nominate a
Woman of
Distinction
Santa Fe Community
College is honoring
outstanding women from
Alachua and Bradford
counties. A distinguished panel
of judges representing both
counties will select the Women
of Distinction and Woman of
Promise, who will be honored
at the annual SFCC Women of
Distinction Luncheon bn
Tuesday, March 7, 11:30 a.m.-
1:30 p.m., at the Tower Club at
the Village.,
Nominees for the Women of,
Distinction ., should :aye,
demonstrated unique
achievements ,in business'
industry, science, environment,
medicine, education,
government, social services,'
human rights, history, sports,
agriculture or humanities in
Alachua or Bradford.
Nominees for the Woman of
Promise should be 16-21 years
of age and have-demonstrated
character, achievement and
leadership.
Nominations must be
postmarked by Nov. 28, 2005.
Mail to: Women's History
Month Committee, c/o Patsy
Frenchman, Santa F6
Community College, 3000,
N.W. 83"' St., Gainesville, FL
32606. For a nomination form,
call (352) 395-5270.

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Keep your windshield
clean and wipe off your
headlights on a regular basis.
Adjust the rearview mirror
to the night angle to cut down
on headlight glare from the
vehicles behind you.
Use high beam headlights
only when another vehicle is
not approaching.
Never pass a school bus
that has its stop arm extended
and its red lights flashing.
This is against the law and
law enforcement officers can
issue tickets.
Parents can also teach
children safety tips. Although
school buses are the safest
form of highway
transportation, according to
National School Bus Safety
Week literature, the most
dangerous part of any school
bus ride is getting onto or off
of the bus.
The loading and unloading
area is referred to as a danger'
zone. The danger zone includes
the area up to 10 feet in front
of the bus and on either side.
These are areas where the
driver may not be able to see a
child. Any area behind the bus
is also a danger zone.
Children often hurry to get
on a bus, so make sure they
arrive at the stop five minutes
early and stand at least 10 feet
away from the place the bus
will stop. (Tell your child to
stay five "giant" steps away
from the bus.)


organization in the Starke
Christmas Parade before the
application deadline on
Wednesday, Dec. 7.
The parade will be held at 3
p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Lineup will begin at 2 p.m. on
Call Street in front of Shands
at Starke.
"Jingle Bell Rock" is the
theme for this year's parade.
The theme was submitted by
Southside Elementary School.
Entries can take the form of
decorated vehicles, floats,
bands, walking groups, etc.
For each entry, the name of a
contact person, a phone
number and mailing, address
must be submitted. Entry
forms are available at the
North Florida Regional
-Chamber of Commerce on the
corner of Call' 'ana W-ali't
streets ,
No candy may be thrown
from any vehicle. Candy may
be handed out by people
walking alongside the entry.


Support
group formed
for parents
An open support group is
being formed for families who
have experienced the loss of a
baby through miscarriage,
ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth,
newborn death or termination
due to fetal abnormality or
maternal complications.
The group %%ill meet from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the
first Thursday of each month.
.The next date, is Thursday,
Dec. 1. The group will meet at
Hospice of ,North Central
Florida in the North Building
Counseling Room, 4305 N.W.


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Children should be taught to
wait until the bus has
completely stopped before
they approach it. They should
also look both ways before
stepping off the bus.
Additional safety tips for
children include:
Always cross in front of
the bus and never walk behind
it.
Make sure you can see the
driver and that the driver can
see you.
If something falls under or
near a bus, a. child should
never pick it ,'up. An adult
should be the one to pick it
up.
Children should be taught
to sit quietly in school bus
seats so as not to distract the
driver.
Children .should also be
aware that straps on clothing,
book bags and- handbags can
get caught while boarding or
exiting a bus. They should
take care to prevent this since
it could cause a fall from the
bus.
Otha Miller, transportation
director for the Bradford
County school system, said he
was very proud of the good
safety record his drivers enjoy.
Speaking to the drivers at
.he luneonri, Miller said,
"They say a supervisor is only
as good as the people who
work for him. I must be pretty
good, because -you are all
fantastic."


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To register or for more
information, contact Cheryl
Bailey at Hospice of North
Central Florida at (352) 692-
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will meet at True Vine
Ministry, 422 N. Saint Clair
St., in Starke, at noon on
Monday, Nov. 21.
The following Monday,
Nov. 28, the Grandparents
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SCHOOL
Continued from p. 1A

She has moved her youngest
daughter to a Clay County
school, believing it was in her
best interest, but couldn't get
in touch with the
superintendent to sign the form
approving the transfer.
"Everyday that you didn't
return my call, my daughter
was out of school," said
VanAllen. "I just feel like your
job is to care about children,
not ignore a parent's request."
Such lack of communication
was not unprecedented, she
said, pointing to problems her
older daughter had at the high
school last year. That daughter
took all of her classes through
Santa Fe Community College
because she said the
environment at. the high school
was so bad.
VanAllen said Principal Karl
Wendell has failed to address
disciplinary issues, including
violence and drug use, at the
high.school. He is unable to
manage and supervise the
students in his care and needs
to be replaced, she said.
"Our kids are being
physically attacked, are
subjected to drug use in the
bathrooms and on campus, and
recent staff have been hired
without prior background
checks," she said.
: She had stern words for,
Hatcher as well. "
"Mr. Hatcher, you make an
excess of $93,000 a year. I
think you need to work for
your money," VanAllen said.
:Later, VanAllen said she
was frustrated by the board's
and the superintendent's
refusal to answer questions.
She also observed that the
bbard had security present to
protect themselves, but
wondered where that security
was when a 14-year-old was
beaten in a high school
bathroom.
The one action the school
board did take with regard to
recent events was the
acceptance of two resignations.
Employees Matthew Moore
and Brenda Dorminey
(formerly Brenda Wolfe)
resigned last week after being
...caught having sex during a
soccer match at the high
school.
The superintendent has said
problems are being addressed
b ..a- nixture.-.f increased
security and stildent and
faculty awareness.
Hatcher will attend two
town hall meetings this week
to speak directly with the
public. The first, for parents of
Bradford High School
.students, will take place
tonight, Thursday, Sept. 17, at
6:30 p.m. in the BHS
auditorium.
The NAACP is sponsoring a
totvn hall on Monday, Nov.
21., at 6 p.m. in the RJE
gymnasium on Pine Street in
Starke. That meeting will
explore additional topics,
including FCAT scores, the
dropout rate, ethical conduct,
the teen pregnancy -rate and
busing issues.



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LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.:.05-DR-588
IN RE: The Marriage of
Kelly V. Loftis
Petitioner,
and
Myers A. Woodruff
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO:,Myers A. Woodruff, Respondent


Last Known Address: Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Written defenses, if any, to it on Kelly
V. Loftis, Petitioner, whose address
is: 6742 NW Cty Rd. 225, Starke, FL
32091, on or before Nov. 28,2005 and
file the original with the clerk of this
court before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail to
do so, default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
strikingof pleadings.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court on Oct. 28, 2005.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Florida Family Law Form 12.913(a)
Notice of Action
Assisted by: Tom Mintz, 7145 S.R.
21, Keystone Hts., FL 32656
11/3 4tpd. 11/24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION,
CASE NO.: 04 2005-CP-0078
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF RONNIE
ALLEN GUNTER, JR.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the Estate of
RONNIE ALLEN GUNTER, JR.,
deceased, File Number 04 2005-CP-
0078, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Coutirthouse, Starke,
FL 32091. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required to file their
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedents estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served within
three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTEfl. THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL-
BE FOREVER'BARRED. .. I
The dale of the lirst publicanon of this
Notice is November 10, 2005.
Personal Representative:
PENNY ENGLISH
5779 NW 216th Street
Lawtey, FL 32058
Attomey for Personal Rep:
DORA KERNER, ESQUIRE
Fla. Bar No. 354236
317. NE 1st Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
(352) 371-3460
11/10 2tchg. 11/17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-2005-CP-0079
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF KAYLA GUNTER,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the.Estate of
KAYLA GUNTER, deceased, File
Number 04 2005-CP-0079, is
pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL 32091. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All persons on whom this notice is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will, the
qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required to file their
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and Other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served within
three months after the date of the first
publication of this notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST


PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. ,
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is November 10, 2005.
Personal Representative:
PENNY ENGLISH
5779 NW 216th Street
Lawtey, FL 32058
Attorney for Personal Rep:
DORA KERNER, ESQUIRE
Ra. Bar No. 354236
317 NE 1st Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
(352) 371-3460
11/10 2tchg. 11/17

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
ED'S AUTOMOTIVE, LLC, gives
Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and
Intent to sell these vehicles on


drainage works, testing lev
surface course, striping;,
and signage and safety me
Bradford County reserves
reject any and all proposals
any informalities or irregi
the proposal process, and
the contract in the best inte
county.
11/10

LEGAL NOTIC
The First Jobs Firs
Committee of the Alachua
Regional Workforce Boar
on Tuesday, November
12:30 p.m: at the Bradfo
Service Center at the Brad
Area Vo-Tech, 611 Norti
Street,. Starke, FL 3209
contact Phyllis Marty at
6509 with any questions
have.

IN THE CIRCUIT COUR
EIGHTH JUDICIAL C
AND FOR BRADFORD
CASE NO. I
CIVI
THE BANK OF NEW YOR
-TRUST U/A DATED DEC
1,2001 (EQCC TRUST 200
Plaintiff,
vs.
.. PAMELA E. JEFFRIES,,e.t
Defendant(s)
NOTILE.O W' Wb6iI
FORECLOSURE S
NOTICE IS HEREBY
pursuant to an Order Res
foreclosure Sale dated No
2005 and entered in Cas
396-CA of the Circuit Co
EIGHTH Judicial Circuit
BRADFORD County,
wherein THE BANK C
YORK, TRUST U/A
DECEMBER 1, 2001
TRUST 2001-2), is the PI
PAMELA E. JEFFRIES; TE
N/KIA JERMAINE T
TENANT #1 N/K/A JE
THOMAS are the Defend,
sell to the highest and best
cash at FRONT HALL
BRADFORD C
COURTHOUSE, 945
TEMPLE AVENUE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00
13th day of December,
following described proper
'forth in said Final Judgmen
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All persons on whom this notice is 2,2005.
T OF THE -served who have objections that DATED this 9th day of November,
IRCUIT IN- challenge the validity of the will, the 2005.
COUNTY, qualifications of the personal Ray Norman
FLORIDA representative, venue, or jurisdiction CLERK OF THE COURT
02-396-CA of this Court are required to file their BY: Carol Williams
L ACTION objections with this Court WITHIN As Deputy Clerk
1K, THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS SCHUYLER STEWART SMITH
EMBER AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Chad A. Dean, Esq.
01-2), PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE 118 West Adams St. r800
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE Jacksonville, FL32202
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY (904) 353-5884
al, OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
All creditors'of the decedent and otheri'.1 ACT ,(APA) NOTICE .
pDUCra PIers haiU r Individuals with disabilities needing a
ALED'" against odedenri's estate on whom a reasonable accommodation to
GIVEN copy of this notice is served within participate in this proceeding should
scheduling three (3) months after the date of the contact the court administrators
member 8, first publication of this notice must file office, as soon as possible. If hearing
.e NO.02- their claims with this Court WITHIN Impaired, 1-800-995-8771 (TTD); or
iurt of the THE LATER OF THREE (3) 1-800-955-8770 (V) via Florida Relay
in and for MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF Service. -
Florida THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF 11/172tchg. 11/24
OF NEW THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY ,(30) "
DATED DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF PUBLIC OFFER
(EQCC SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS The Department of Corrections,
plaintiff and NOTICE ON THEM. Region II has miscellaneous medical
ENANT #1 All other.creditors of the decedent and sulplus equipment for sale. To
'HOMAS; persons having claims or demands receive a copy of the list of equipment
=RMAINE against the decedent's estate must available, please call Lynn Bacon at
ants, I will file their claims with this court (386) 754-1250 or (386) 754-1251.
tbidderfor WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS Equipment may be viewed at the
OF THE AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Reception and Medical Center in
O U N TY PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Lake Butler, Florida by appointment
NORTH ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND only. All offers must be received no
STARKE, OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL later than November 30, 2005.
AM, on the BE FOREVER BARRED. 11/171tchg.
2005, the The date of the first publication of this
rt2005, e Notice is November 17,2005. CALL FOR BIDS
rty as set Persona Representative: THE BRADFORD COUNTY
THE GERALD W.-THOMAS BOARD OF COUNTY
F THE P.O. Box 400 COMMISSIONERS IS SOLICITING
Graham, FL 32042-0400 COMPETITIVE PROPOSALS FOR
Y OF THE Attornev fnr Personal Representative: LIMEROCK. BID INSTRUCTIONS:


Nov. 17, 2005 TELEGRAPr Page 7A


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Crosby/Crosley 11/102tchg 11/17

BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD
OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Advertisement
FOR BIDS ON:
Sealed bids for roadway
construction on:
Bradford County CR-18
Resurfacing
The Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners hereby will be
receiving bids at the Office of the
Clerk at the Bradford County
Courthouse until p:00 p.m. Daylight
Savings Time, December 1, 2005.
Bids will be opened and then publicly
read aloud.
The CONTRACT DOUCMENTS,
consisting of Advertisements for
Bids, Information forBidders, Bid, Bid
Bond, Agreement, General
Conditions, Supplemental General
Conditions, Payment Bond,
Performance Bond, Drawings,
Specifications, and Addenda may be
examined at the following locations:
1. Bradford County Courthouse,
Clerk's Office, 945 N Temple Ave,
Starke, Florida 32091
2. Engineer Office: DRMP
(Formerly: North Beach
Engineering), 4110 SW 34th Street,
Suite 8, Gainesville, Florida 32608
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
the office of the Engineer; above
address; upon payment of $60.00 for
each set, checks only (cash and
credit cards will not be accepted).
No refund will be made for the
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
Construction time is 210 days. BASE
BID includes construction for 13.8
miles of asphalted concrete road
resurfacing, minor earthwork,


16 AND THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF COUNTY ROAD AND
RUN THENCE WEST ALONG
SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY A
DISTANCE OF 351.26 FEET TO AN
IRON STAKE, SAID IRON STAKE
BEING 1061.2 FEET EASTERLY OF
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAID SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4; RUN THENCE
NORTH A DISTANCE OF 368.95
FEET TO AN IRON STAKE FOR
POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED, RUN WEST
AND PARALLEL TO AFORESAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY A
DISTANCE OF 150 FEET TO AN
IRON STAKE; RUN THENCE
NORTH A DISTANCE OF 104
FEET; RUN THENCE SOUTH 89
DEGREES, 59 MINUTES, 30
SECONDS, EAST, A DISTANCE
OF 150 FEET TO A POINT ON THE
SOUTHERLY LINE OF PROPERTY
OWNED BY VERNON R AND
EDITH FERGUSON; RUN
THENCE SOUTH A DISTANCE OF
104 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A/K/A Route 2; Box 1598, Starke, FL
32091
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on November 10, 2005.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-501 8
F02008091
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the Frovision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of tourt,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice hnpaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
11/17 2tchg. 11/24


WILLIAM K. GORDON, ESQ.
Fla. Bar #0146958
303 StateRoad26,
Melrose, FL 32666
(352) 475-1357
11/17 2tchg, 11/24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.; 04-2004-CA-537
GreenPoint Credit, LLC, a
corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Eric G. Hardin, Miranda M. Hardin,
IF LIVING, AND IF DECEASED,
THEIR UNKNOWN SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
THEM; JOHN DOE and JANE DOE
AND ANY OTHER PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
REAL PROPERTY WHOSE REAL
NAMES ARE UNCERTAIN,
Defendantss.
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order or a final judgment of
foreclosure entered in the above-
captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in BRADFORD
County, Florida, described as:
Exhibit A Lot 14
A parcel of land lying in the SE1/4 of
-Section 2, Township 6 South, Range
20 East, in Bradford County, Florida;
said parcel being shown as Lot 14.on
a map recorded in Miscellaneous
Map Book 1, Page 18 of the public
records of said County and being.
more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Northwest comer of said
SE1/4 and run North 89 degrees 24
minutes 06 seconds East, along the
Northerly boundary thereof, 1199.07
feet to a set iron rod for the Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described continue North 89
degrees 24 minutes 06 seconds East,
491.44 feet to a set iron rod; thence
*L d4 1 Ainr 1 miitA qM


AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, CLERK'S
OFFICE, LOCATED AT 945 N
TEMPLE AVE, STARKE, FLORIDA.
PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED
UNTIL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9,
2005,10:00 A.M.
BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY OR ALL
BIDS, TO AWARD ALL OR PART
OF THE BID, TO WAIVE ANY
TECHNICALITY, AND TO
INTERPRET THE BID
SPECIFICATIONS TO THE BEST
INTEREST OF THE COUNTY.
11/174tchg. 12/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2005-CP-0099
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
CHARLES EDWIN McDONALD, II.
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
CHARLES EDWIN McDONALD, IH,
deceased, Case No: 04-2005-CP-
0099, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse,945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida 32091.
The name and address of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
areset forth-below. ::::.
All creditors of the decedent and other:
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims;, on whom a copy of this notice
is served must file their claims with-
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE-
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.1
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER,
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
: All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
' against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated..
claims, must file their claims with the
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. :
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO F1 LED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED. :::
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is Nov. 17,2005.
Personal Representative
Charles E. McDonald, III
4819 Woodbriar Court
Midlothian,Virginia 23112
Attorney for Personal'
Representatives
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Starke,Florida 32091
(904) 964-470!_
Florida Bar No: 0910340
11/17 2tchg. 11/24
LEGAL NOTICE
The Boards of County
Commissioners for Alachua and
Bradford Counties have scheduled a
bi-county consortium meeting to
review nominations. to the
Alachua/Bradford Regional
Workforce Board- for Monday,
November 21, 2005 at 3:00 p.m. The
meeting will be held at the Grace
Knight Conference Room in the
Alachua County Administration
Building, 201 East University,,
Gainesville, Florida-. -Interested
persons are encouragdi-to attend;L If
additional information is desired,
please call FMS, Phyllis Marty, at
(352)955-6509.
11/171 tchg.

PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County, School Board
will be holding a PUBLIC HEARING
related to changes in the Bradford
County School Board Policies. This
meeting will be held, Monday,
December 12, 2005 at 5:01 p.m. at
501. W. Washington Street, Starke,
FL in the School Board Meeting
Room.
The following are the policies which
are either new policies or.a major
change to the current policy is
anticipated to be implemented:
Workplace Injuries to Personnel
Wellness Program
Background Screening for
Contractors
Homeless Students
Summer Nutrition Program
Telecommunications, FIRN2 and
Internet Uses
11/173tchg. 12/1


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RAISES
Continued from p. 1A.

Pay grades were increased
for data entry operators and
plumbers, and bus drivers on
field trips will now receive $7
an hour or $100 a day for
overnight. trips. -They-
previously received $6.50 an
hour or $75 a day for overnight
trips.
If there was a sticking point
it was over language
addressing early release days.
A sentence specifying that
teachers dedicate one hour for
meetings and one hour for
paperwork on early release
days (aside from those in
December and May which are
solely dedicated to paperwork)
Was struck from the contract
before -it was approved- by
BEA.
- Assistant Superintendent
Rick Ezzell, who-headed up
the district's bargaining team,
said he signed the document
believing the clause was
underlined, not marked
through. He said the language
was negotiated around II p.m.
(luring a bargaining session
that stretched from 9 a.m. to
11:30 p.m.
: Chairwoman Vivian
Chappell said she didn't like to
see such last minute changes,
but the board unanimously
approved the contract.


BYPASS
Continued from p. 1A
The county commission
even inquired about
postponing the widening to
Baldwin until a bypass is
constructed around Starke.
- "We can't handle what's.
growing out there for the next
-10- or 15. years," said
Commissioner John Cooper.
As Starke Police-Chief Gordon
Smith later told DOT's Dennis
Lord, "You can't carry 10
pounds of coffee in a 5 pound
bag."'
" Those projects, however,, are
ahead of the curve in terms of
ongoing construction, property
acquisition, engineering abnd
,design, and dedicated funding.
Johns said he didn't see a way
To postpone projects that have
reached those stages.


The county has never and raises it to a whole new
formally voted to approve one level, Sasser said.
alternative or the other, but in Vaughan recognized others
2003, the Starke City involved in the partnership as
Commission voted 4-1 to favor well.
the urban alternative. An 8-6 "It really would not have
chamber of commerce vote in been possible without the
June decided its position in unbelievable can-do spirit of
favor of the bypass. Mr. Harvey Sharron, who as
In other business: you know heads up the Santa
The- commission eontracted-- .-Fe-Endowment -Corporati'noiT,"
with DRMP Inc. to provide Vaughan said. "When Harvey
engineering services for the was approached concerning
paving of S.E. 144t (Mullins this cooperative effort some
Grade). Jerome Kelley, the time ago, he never blinked. He
county's engineer, is part of said, 'We want to help and
the firm. 'What can we do to help you
A sublease agreement for on this project?'"'
Classroom 5 at the Santa Fe The same qan be said of
Community College Watson Board of Trustees Member
Center received board Evelyn Womack, Vaughan
approval. The classroom will said, and Andrews Center
be used as a courthouse Director Cheryl Canova, who
satellite office. serves on the Library Advisory
$10,000 was approved from Board
the- county's 91 1 grJnt tc' Along the way, special
purchase software for the meetings with key members of
mapping department. A $2,000 the SFCC team were held,
support agreement to including John Sikorski, Diane
International Computer Works Groves and Tim Nestler,
-was also approved. Vaughan thanked them as


SFCC
Continued from p. 1A

Vaughan, in introducing
SFCC President Jackson
Sasser, said had provided
leadership and direction to
make the cooperative
relationship possible.
Sasser pointed to a long
history of partnership between
the county and the college,
including the conversion of the'
old courthouse into a campus.
Those extension sites are all
about opening the door to
higher education to as many as
possible. ,
"If you cab't get to class, .
then you 'never get started,"
.Sasser. ''aid, .- listing4--the-
campuses that Santa Fe has
been able to establish in the
Bradford and Keystone
Heights area.
Sasser said he was proud to
announce the $100,000
commitment to provide'
parking at the library and
Stump Center as well as the
effort to provide computers,
which joins the college's
ongoing effort to provide
student scholarships to the
community.,It's just one more
step in the partnership between
Bradford County and Santa Fe


well as County Manager Jim
Crawford. Vaughan said a
special thanks goes to
Commissioner John Cooper
who worked with the Library
Advisory Board to reach out to
Santa Fe.
Vaughan said Library
Director Phalbe Henriksen has
,worked diligently with Santa
Fe to come up with a project
everyone can be proud of.
Groundbreaking for the new
library has been tentatively set
for Jan. 27.


CHAMBER COMMERCE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Pets available
for adoption
There are dogs, cats, puppies
and kittens available for
adoption at the Starke animal
control facility. These pets are
desperately in need of a good
and loving'home. The breed.
ard"q'-ulanirty--o'f pets changes
daily.
Call to pick out your next
loving family member. Day
and evening appointments
available. Call (904) 964-5019
for more information.


Board will hold its next
meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 22,
at 7:30 a.m. in the boardroom
at the district offices, 501 W.
Washington St. This will be
the board's reorganizational
meeting for the upcoming
year.
The meeting is open to the
public, and an agenda is
available in advance in the
office of the receptionist. For
more information, call (904)
966-6800.

V_1r1


School board graduation
School board graduation


in session
Nov. 22
The Bradford Co,U.nty-School


ceremony set
The Bradford Vo-Tech has
announced that its annual GED.
graduation'ceremony'f6"thos e


graduates who choose to
participate. Family members
and any interested parties are
encouraged to attend.
The ceremony will be held
on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 7 p.m.
at the Santa Fe C6mmunity
College Cultural Center,
located at. the corner of Call
and Thompson streets in
Starke.
Guest speaker Jo Ann Rowe
Harrington, former
superintendent of Bradford
County Schools, will deliver'
Sthe graduation speech.



Faults are thick where love
...is ti-iin.
-English pro 'erb---.


making Care of B##nes"


Lake Butler Office-
410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


MAIN OFFICE
100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.com


Keystone Heights
Melrose Office
7380 SR-21
Keystone. Heights
352-473-4550


m st Call Street


NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF THE CITY

COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA
NOTICE I18 HEREBY' GIVEN 'That "the proposed
Ordinance, whose title hereinafter appears, will be
brought up for second and final reading don December
6, 2005, a.. the meeting of the Board of
Commissioners of the City of Starke, commencing at
7:00 p.m., at City Hall in Starke, Florida. A copy of
said Ordinance may be inspected by any member of
the public at the office of'the Clerk of the City .of
Starke at City Hall in Starke, Florida. On the date
above-mentioned, all interested parties may appear
and be heard with respect to .this proposed
-Ordinance.
ORDINANCE.NO. 2005-0465
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF
-STARKE, FLORIDA ANNEXING CERTAIN REAL
,PROPERTY LOCATED IN BRADFORD COUNTY
INTO THE CITY QF STARKE, FLORIDA,
PROVIDING DESCRIPTIONS OF SAID PROPERTY
BYM-JVETES AND BOUNDS, PROVIDING A MAP OF
SAID PROPERTIES; PROVIDING DIRECTIONS TO
THE CLERK; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
-EFFECTIVE DATE.


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TERENCE M, BROWN
Cily Attorney
486 North Temple Avenue'
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091


West Call Street Friday,
between Bay and Nov. 25
Broadway streets From 4-8 p.m.







ome for tet olibap

Great Food Live Entertainment Gift Vendors
Raffles Auctions Beautiful Decorations
Moonwalk Air Trampoline
Professional Photos With Santa-by Brenda Thornton..,,
"Home for the Holidays" is an event for the whole.family with proceeds used toward the beautification of
West Call Street: Vendors and volunteers wanted, Call 964-5278.
This event is hosted by Main Street Starke. Inc.. Results Fitness Center. Denmark Furniture and Talisha Cunningham. DMD. PA


NFRCC board member and mayor of the city of Starke
Steve Futch presents Barbara Brooks a thank you
plaque for hosting a chamber BASH.


Our Main Street manager just returned from Washington,,
D.C. and the Main Street basic training course provided by
the National Trust for Historic Presorvallon. Main Street
managers from all over the United States and even four
from Japan were in attendance for the four-day traninig


An invitation to
North Florida Regional Chamber Members
GET FIRED UPI
on
Wednueday,Decembter7, 2005 at the
GET MOTIVATED SEMINAR
with ZIg Ziglar, Tom Hopkins, Amy Jonqs, Tim Timmons,.,
Dr, Jordan Rubin and Ruben GonzaluI
at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
315 Hull Road, lnesavlle
8 a,.m. 4:30 pm.l,
SPECIAL DEAL!!
The North Florida Chamber has made special amngements to give you the
rock.bottom lowest ticket price ever offisrd.
This show Isao HOT It SIZZLESI
#* 1 Motivator Zig Zlglar will be Joined by this dynamic team of experts:
Tom Hopkins, Amerkca's #lauthorlty on selling, will teach you
how to strengthen your sales and negotiation sklletl
Amy Jones, time management pecialiet, ill show you how to
do twice as much in half the tmal
P Tim Timmons, communloation skills consultant, will tech you how
to perfect your communication skilist
SDr, Jordan Rubin, bast selling autho'of The Maker's ODit, will talk about
supercharging your health and energy
Ruben Gonuelt, three time Olympian, will teach you how to
lbharperi your competitive edge
As a member, you are entitled to attend this spectacular day of training,
Inspiration and motivation for a total Investment of only $491 (Not $49 per person-
but per offlcel So, If you have 10 people from your office attend, the Investment Is
only $4.90 each) Call nmeidlately to take advantage of this very llmlted time offer
CALL
1-800-217-1339

The Christmas Decorating contest deadline to enter is Nov. 25!
We have nine entrants from Call Street.
They are: New Perceptions Inc., Call Street Deltand Sweet
Shoppe, Joli Cheveaux Salon & Spa, Norma's Florli Etc, ,.,
Absolutely Fabulous, Merle Norman, The Simple Bride,
BobKat's and S&J Fitness.
ANYONE IN THE MAIN STREET LOCAL PROGRAM
AREA CAN PARTICIPATE.
For More Information, Please Call Main Street At (904) 964-5278.











SectionB: Thursday,-NovemberT17, 2005



R e .. L -l "


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



Starke native trades in hairbrush for microphone


By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer

Remember the days of
Standing in front of the mirror-
and singing along to the radio
with your hairbrush?
If you're like most people,
you probably not only can
recall these days, but think of
them as distant, -childhood.
memories.
Starke native Charlie Crews
thought this way too.
His first stage appearance
came at 5 years old, and the
miafny times he was on stage
singing after that, he enjoyed
it, but never thought he could
make a career out of it.
Instead of giving up on a
dream of a singing career, he
never thought it was possible
to begin with. So, Crews
decided to take a more
commonly respected approach.
After graduating from
Bradford High School in 1993.
he joined the Marine Corps. As
a staff sergeant, he was
stationed in California and saw
many.parts of the country and
the world.
The Marine Corps taught


Crews dedication, patience and
organization for the next 11I
years. It also gave him the
opportunity to test out his
music on his fellow Marines


who encouraged him to pursue
a music career ..
"Music has; been in my
family for years and years,"
said Crews, whose grandfather


had pursued a music career in
the 1950s.
Crews grew up an bluegrass,
country and gospel music, and
he practiced his talent by


singing in church.
Once out of the Marines on
Dec. 22, 2004,.he decided to
return to.his love of music. In
California, he made three


singing appearances on a
television show called "Gospel
Music Times."

See CREWS, p. 7B


Charlie Crews


B-U


Vo-Tech


will start new
cosmetology
program

Bradford-Union Vo-Tech
Center in Starke -will begin
preregistration for the
cosmetology program on
Monday, Dec. 5. The class will
start Jan. 4, 2006 and openings
are limited. The TABE Test is_
required. The -programs at
Bradford Vo-Tech are available
to all ages of adults looking to
start or change careers.
Students may qualify for full
or.partial Pell Grants.
For additional information.
please call Student Services at:
904-966-6769 or 904-966-
6764.




Cadets
recruiting this

Saturday

The Military Cadets of
North Florida of the American
Cadet Alliance will conduct a
prospective cadet orientation
on Saturday, Nov. .19, at. Camp
Immokalee beginning at 2 p.m.
This orientation will explain
the American Cadet AlHance.
as well as give young people
and prospective officer
candidates the opportunity to
be interviewed to become a
member of the program.
The Military Cadets of
North Florida train one
weekend each month and hold
other weekend activities
throughout the area.
Only 25 recruits, ages 12-17,
will be accepted for admission
in the Naval Cadets, Marine
Cadets or. Army Cadets.
Seating is limited and
reservations are required.
Prospective candidates must be
drug-Tree, crime-free and good
students.
Appointments must be made
no later than Friday, Nov. 18,
at noon. Please send the full
name of anyone who will be
attending (recruits and parents)
to JMLand@gmail.com.
Please use ACA RECRUIT in
the subject line.


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OBITUARIES:


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Larry Gene Ellis
'.arry- Ellis
Larry Gene.\Elis, '6,Vdied
Monday, Nov. 7, 2005.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Ellis
attended private investigation
school, pharmaceutical school
and barber/cosmetology school.
He was a medical specialist in the
U.S. Army during the Vietnam
War.
Mr. Ellis is survived by: his
wife Rosa Ellis of Atlanta; a
daughter Tranell Ellis-Scott of
West Palm Beach; a son Darryl
Ellis of Plant City; his mother
Pearlie Mays; his father Cecil A.
Ellis Sr. of Starke; his step-father
Emanuel Mays of Plant city;
brothers, Curtis Jackson of Plant
City, Homer Jackson of Brandon.
Walter Ellis of Camden, N.J.,
Cecil A. Ellis Jr. of Louisiana
and Howie Ellis of San-
Bernandino, Calif; sisters,
Marilyn Jackson of Gibsonton,.
Robin Jackson of Plant City,
Dorothy Long of Atlanta and
Juantez Ellis of Starke; and a
_host.of grandchildren. .
Funeral services for Mr. Ellis
were Nov. 12, 2005 in Sweet
Home Missionary Baptist Church
in Perrine with the Rev. Walter T.
-Richardson, Ph.D., officiating -
Interment followed under the
care of Jay Funeral Homen of
Perrine.

Catherine Bryant
RAIFORD Catherine "Kat"
Bryan.t, 57, of Raiford died
Monday, Nov. 14, 2005, at Lake
Butler Hospital.
A lifelong resident of Raiford,
Ms. Bryant was a sales clerk with
Fast Traek-Foods-in-Lake-Butl.-..
She was a member of First Baptist
Church of Raiford.
Ms. Bryant is survived b.y: her
companion Verlon '"Gene"'
Tanner of Raiford; a daughter
_Charmin Mizell of Lake Butler;
four sons, Kevin "Ramer -and
Clayton Ramer, both of. Raiford,
.Dallas Ramer Jr.df' Hosford and
Richie Ramer of Bristol; a sister
Sheila Fink of Raiford; five
brothers, Bobby..-.Bryant, Jerry
Bryant, James Alvarez, Joey
Riqhard and Kenny Richard, all
of Raiford: 14 grandchildren and
-one greai-grandchild. --
Funeral services- for NTs. Brvant
will be held at II a.m. on
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005, in First
Baptist Church of Raiford with
Pastor .Ricky Dyal officiating.
Burial will follow at Sapp
Cemetery in Raiford under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.
The family will receive friends;
at the funeral home on
Wednesday, No\. 16. 2005, from -
6-8 p.m.

Charles Bainum
PINELLAS PARK Charles
"Gene" Bainum of Pinellas Park
died Monday, Oct. 31, 2005.
Mr.- Bainum was a retired' iron
worker and served in the U.S.
Army during World War II. He
was a member of the VFW and was
a Mason.
Mr. Bainum is survived by: his
wife Ruth Bainum; a son Cecil
"Skip" Bainum of Fernandina
Beach; 'two daughters, Sherry
Amaral of Jacksonville and
Andrea Motes of Bonita Springs;
three granddaughters, MeLissa
Bainum Pellerito 6f Keystone
Heights, Mandy Bainum Graves
of Fernandina Beach and
Victoria Glaser Ricca of Ital,.
and three grandsons, lan, CJ and
Jacob Motes of Bonita. Springs;
and three great-grandchildren.
A memorial services foir Mr.
Bainum was held Nov. 13, 2005.


Frank Etheridge
CHIEFLAND Frank W.
Etheridge, 70, of Chiefland died
TuedaFy, Nov. 8, 2005, at North
Florida Regional Medidal
Center.
A lifelong resident of
Chiefland, Mr. Etheridge retired
from General Electric and was
employed as 'a greeter at Wal-
Mart. He served in the U.S.
Marine Corps during the Korean
"Wa .
Mr. Etheridege is survived by:,
three daughters, Glenda Padgett
and Karen Trotter, both of
Newberry, and Felecia Etheridge
of Steinhatchee; a son Stephen
Etheridge of Lake Butler; two
-brothers, Franz Etheridge -of .
Morriston ai'n Clayton
Etheridge of Mesa, Ariz.; and
seven grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his parents.
Jessie Auburn and Mildred
Lucille Etheridge. .
Arrangements by Hiers-Baxley
Funeral Home of Chiefland.

Connie Floyd'
STARKE Connie Lee Floyd,
60, of Starke died Monday, Nov.


14, 2005, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home.
Born in Chauncey, W.Va., Mrs.
Floyd lived in DeFuniak Springs
for 30 years before moving to
Starke two years ago. She served
in the U.S. Navy as a yeoman
typist. She was a nurses's aid and
nmember-of Highland -Fir-st-
Baptist Church.
Mrs. Floyd is survived by: a
daughter Shanna Elam of
Keystone Heights;. a son. Mark
Parsons of DeFuniak Springs;
and four grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Floyd
will be held at 10 a.m. Friday,
Nov. 18, 2005 at Highland First
Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill
Clayton officiating with military
honors. Burial will follow in
Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell: ..... .-.-


Edward Klein
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Edward "Ed" Benard Klein, 85,
of Keystone Heights died
Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
in Gainesville follow ing an,
-extended illness.
Born in Flushing, N.Y. on
March 2, 1920, Mr. Klein moved
to Keystone Heights in 1980
from West Palm Beach: He
worked as a builder and
maintenance worker for the
University of Florida for many
years. He was of the Episcopal
faith.
Mr. Klein is survived bp his
wife of 65 years Doris Earing
Klein; children, Mary Paddock
of Keystone Heights, Philip
Klein of Rowinsville, N.C.,
Bobby Klein of Edmond, Okla.,
Ted Klein of Viola, Kan., LeRoy
Klein of West Palm Beach and
Tom Klein of Milton, Del.; two-
brothers, Walter Klein and Frank
Klein; three sisters, Martha
Morris, Katherine Krotitsh and
Betty Ann Buxton; 1'7
grandchildren and 21 great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a son Paul.
Funeral services for Mr. Klein
will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday,
Nov. 18, 2005, in the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel in Keystone
Heights with the Rev. Charlie
Klein conducting the services.
Interment will follow in All-
Saints Cemetery in Jensen Beach.


. William Alvarez Mary Chaplin
STARKE William "Billy"
Alvarez, 68, of Starke died ALACHUA Mary Theresa
Sunday, Nov. 2005, at Shands Chaplin, 82, of Alachua died
Starke following an extended Friday, Nov. 1I, 2005, at Shands
-liness n Starke following a brief illness.
Born and raised in Starke, Mr. Born in Lyndhurst, N.J. on
Alvarez was in the road Jan. 28, 1923, Mrs. Chaplin was a
-constructi-on-business and also homemaker and was of the
was a farmer. He was of the Catholic faith
Baptist faith. Mrs. Chaplin is survived by:
Mr. Alvarez-is survived by: two sons, Maurice Giunta of
two sons, William Scott Alvarez Alachua and John Giunta of
of Celebration and Michael Altamonte Springs; a daughter
Alvarez of Lawtey; three Maureen Young of Bradenton;
daughters, Anna Wood of Starke, four grandchildren. and six
Susan "Susie" Wal'ker of grandchildren.
Gainesville and Laurie Norman .Private funeral services will be
of Lanwtey; a brother. Robert held at a later date. Interment
"Bobby" Alvarez of Starke; two will be in Greenwood Cemetery
sisters, Greta Fay Alvarez and in Eustis under-the care of Jones
.arbara Jean Slade, both of Funeral Home of Starke.
Starke. eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren
Funeral services for Mr. | h
Alvarez were Nov. 15, 2005 in JJ.I o GreerI
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Funeral Home of Starke with the Beswick Greer, 86, of Keystone
Rev. Gene Bass officiating. Heights died .Friday, No\. II,
Burial followed in Conner 2005, at .Kindred Hospital, in.
Cemetery. Green. Cove Springs following
an extended illness.
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STARKE Alvin Thomas-
"Tommy" Cooper, 62, of Starke,
died Saturday, Nov. 12, 2005, at
Shands at Starke.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Cooper served in. the Florida
National Guard as a'cook. He was
employed with CSX Railroad for
27 years as a section foreman and
worked for Davis Trucking for
12 years as a long distance truck
driver. He was a member of Pine
Level Baptist Church and
attended Sampson City Church
of God.
Mr. Cooper is survived by: his
-wife Barbara N. Cooper of Starke.
a daughter, Dana Knight of
Lansing, N.Y,; a son Thomas
"Sport" Cooper of Asheville,
N.C.; and three grandchildren
He was preceded in death by' a
daughter Mia L'eriae Cooper.
- Funeral services for' Mr.
Cooper were Nov. 16, 2005 at
Sampson City Church of God
with the Rev. Gene Bass
officiating and the Rev. Joe Lee
assisting. Burial followed in
Jacksonville Memory Garden
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LAKE GENEVA Rubye
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2005, at her residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Loganville, Ga. on
Aug. 28, 1919, Mrs. Eckford
moved to Lake Geneva in 1972
from Orange Park. She retired as
a secretary for the Clay County
School Board. She was a member
of Keystone United Methodist
Church.
Mrs. Eckford is survived by: a
daughter Mary Jo Eckford of
Hawthorne; a son Gary Eckford
of Lake Geneva; four
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband Earl G.
Eckford in 2002.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Eckford will be held at 10:30
a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2005,
.in Keystone Heights Cemetery
with the Rev: Jeff Kantz
conducting the services. Burial
will follow under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Madeline Woolfolk
HAWTHORNE Madeline
Jean Woolfolk, 55, of Hawthorne
died Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville.
Born.: in Pima, Ariz., Mrs.
Woolfolk was a homemaker.
Mrs. Woolfolk is survived by:.
her husband Walter Woolfolk; a
daughter Carissa Clemons of
O'Brien; four sisters, five
brothers, and one grandchild.
A private family memorial was
held for Mrs. Woolfolk.
Arrangements were under the care
of Moring Funeral -Home of
-Melrose. )
Memorial contributions may
be made to Victory Church of
Gainesville in her name.


Max Mooneyham
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Max
Eugene Mooneyham Sr., 82, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
Nov. 5, 2005, at his residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Billings, Mo. on April
19, 1923, Mr. Mooneyham
moved to Keystone Heights in
1958 from Jacksonville. He
retired after 38 years with the
Civil Service as a construction
inspector. He served iin the U.S.
Navy during World War II and
the Korean War and was a
member of Fresh Start Fellowship
Church.
Mr. Mooneyham is survived
by: his wife of 59 years Ruby
Coleman Mooneyham of--
Keystone Heights; three sons,
Gerald Mooneyham of Pearl
River, La., Rodney Mooneyham
of Huger, S.C. and Max'
Mooneyham Jr. of Keystone
Heights; seven grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. He
was preceded in death by two
sons, Raymond Mooneyham and
Richard Mooneyhar.
'Memorial services for Mr.
Mooneyham will be held at 1
p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005,
in Fresh Start Fellowship Church
with Mike Merritt and friend of
the family conducting fhe
services. Interment will follow at
a later date under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Patsy Thrift
MELROSE Patsy Marie
Thrift, 48, of Interlachen died
Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005, at her
residence.
Born in Quincy, Mrs. Thrift
moved to Interlachen in 19,74
from Ulmer, S.C. She was a
bartender.
Mrs. Thrift is survived by: a
daughter Lori "Sunshine" Lamb
of Dixie County; two sons, Adam
Thrift of Melrose and Timothy
Thrift of Gainesville; four sisters,
Mary, Betsy, Bobbie and Kathy;
a brother Lou; and two
grandchildren.


March 2, 1919, Mr. Greer mored
to Keytone Heights from Port
Orange.. He was a member of
Lake Hill Baptist Church in'
Keystone Heights and retired as a
chief petN officer after 22 years
.from the U.S. Navy. Following
his retirement from the military
he worked a"s a postal carrier.
.Mr. Greer is survived by: a
daughter Jean Ball of Keystone
Heights: a sister Marjorie Plance
of Pennsylania: and two
grandchildren.
-Funeral services for Mr. Greer
were Nov. 15, 2005 in Lake Hill
Baptist Church in Keystone
Heights with" Pastor Jim Snell
conducting -the -.services.
Interment 'ill follow in
Arlington Natidnal Cemetery at
a later date. Jones Funeral Home.
of Keystone Heights was in
charge of arrangements. .
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Robert Jeffers
STARKE Robert "Bobby"
Jerome Jeffers Jr., 44, of Starke
died Saturday. Nov. 12, 2005, in
Gainesville.
Born in Birmingham, Ala., Mr.
Jeffers moved to Starke from
Bartow. He was an auto mechanic
and was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Jeffers is survived by: his
former wife Faye Jeffers of
Starke; two daughters, Angela
Huffman of Crystal Springs and
Sonya Jones of Jacksonville; two
step-daughters, Lisa Lunn of
Bartow and Cathy Cornett of
Raiford; a stepson C.J. Sumner of
Putnam Hall; a brother Mickey
Jefferson of High Springs; three
sisters, Connie Carter of
Hampton, Cathy Cobb of Starke
and Shelly Trahan of Lake City;
and 12 grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by a son
Bobby Jay Nolan.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Robert Patterson
STARKE Robert E. Patterson
77, of Starke died Sunday,
November 13, 2005 at the
Hospice Care Center in Palatka
following an extended illness.
Born in French Camp, Miss.,
Mr. Patterson served in the U.S.
Army before moving to Starke in
1960. He was employed with
Sawyer Slade Gas Company and
the City of Starke as
superintendent of the gas
department. He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Starke...
Mr. Patterson is survived by: a
daughter Marilyn Hart of East
Palatka; a son, Bobby Patterson
of Lawtey; a sister Geraldine
Prater of Cottondale, Ala.; four
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Tina
Patterson.
Funeral services for Mr.
Patterson will be conducted at
11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 17,
2005 with the Rev. Robert Gillis
officiating. Burial will follow in
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.


William Stigall
CASSELBERRY William
Edward Stigall, 68, ,of
Casselberry died Friday, Nov. 11,
2005 in Fern Park.
Born in Hopkinsville, Ky., Mr,
Stigall was a TMC in the U.S.
Navy, serving for 22 years. He
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Mr. Stigall is survived by: a
daughter Kelly Stigall; a son
Thomas Stigall; a sister, Betty
Hollingsworth of Starke; and two
grandchildren. He is also
survived by his companion.
Mika "Booth" McCallum.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home
of Starke is in charge of
arrangements.

Jalinda Rice
LAKE BUTLER Jalinda
Rice, 55, of Lake Butler died
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005,; at Shands
Starke.
Born in Lebanon, Ind. where
she lived most of her life, Ms.
Rice moved to Lake Butler in
2003. She was a homemaker and
member of Lake Butler Ward of
the Church, of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.
Ms. Rice is survived by: four
sons, Jon D. Rood of Lebanon,
Bryan L. Fritz of Lake Butler,
Joseph Fritz of Vincennes, Ind.
and Brad E. Fritz of Indianapolis,
Ind.; two sisters, Jay Hawkins of
Washington State and Debbie
Hughes of Illinois; a brother
John Hughes of Lebanon; 11
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
Funeral services for Ms. Rice
were Nov. 12, 2005 in Lake
Butler Ward of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
with Bishop Josh Smith
officiating. Burial followed in
Oak Grove Cemetery in Lake
Butler under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Earlin Wilson
WALDO Earlin "Babe"
Wilson Jr., 58, of Waldo died
Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, at Shands
Jack';onville from injuries
sustained following, a vehicle
accident.
Born in Middleboro, Mass.,
Mr. Wilson moved to Waldo in
1989. He worked in construction
as a plasterer. He was of the
Protestant faith.
Mr. Wilson is survived by: his-
wife Ann Wilson of Waldo; two
daughters, Dawn Wilson of
Carver, Mass. and Tara Martin of
Lakeville, Mass.; four brothers,
William J. Wilson of Port St.
Lucie, Ronald S. Wilson, Paul
Wilson and Terry Wilson, all of
Middleboro; two sisters, Ellen
Enos and Patricia Morgan, both
of Middleburg; and five


grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Wilson
were Nov. 10, 2005 in the
Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke with Bernard
Carter officiating,

Norma Schamel
STARKE Norma Constance
Schamel, 80, of Starke died
Friday, Nov. I1, 2005, at
Bradford Terrace Nursing Home
in Starke following an extended
illness.
Born in Brunswick, Md., Mrs.
Schamel moved to Starke in
2000. She was manager at Old
Lake Community Hospital in
Leesburg until ill health forced
her retirement in 1982. She was a
member of the Eastern Star and
White Shrine and was of the
Methodist faith.
Mrs. Schamel is survived by:
three daughters, Deborah J.
Jarnagin of Port St. Lucie,
Barbara A. Schamel of Tavares
and Tanya "Tami" Curtis of
Starke; two brothers, Rudy
Simons and Mervin Simons, both
of Leesburg.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Schamel will be held at 3 p.m. on
Sunday, Nov. 20, 2005, in the
Chapel of Archie Tamer Funeral
Home of Starke with Lori
Thompson officiating.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice, 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville, FL
32606.


Mark Walters
BROKER Mark LeRoy
Walters Sr., 57, of Brooker died
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005, at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born in Eureka, Calif., Mr.
Walters was a former resident of
Alachua moving to Brooker
seven years ago. He was
employed with the City of
Gainesville as a power plant
supervisor until ill health forced
his retirement.
Mr. Walters is survived by: his
mother Maron Walters of
California; a son Mark Walters Jr.
of Archer; his companion Nancy
Tweedy of Brooker; three
brothers, Arch Walters and Ed
Walters, both of California, and
Joel Walters of Montana.
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When help is needed

Unobtrusive and without 'fanfare 'or the Over the next 28 years, she learned every
beating of drums, the Bradford County road and pig trail in the county while visiting
Health Department goes about its business of patients. In her tenure, McKnight served
helping people with health problems when all under three doctors, Covington, Gillespie and
-other-avenues seem.to be closed. Not that it Kroll. She was appointed to the .position of
confines its aid and assistance to the least director of nurses in 1965 and continued in
fortunate of the community, but its mission is the same capacity until she retired.
to provide a wide range of activities for In those days, driving a car could be an
making the community a better, healthier adventure, with getting stuck in the mud or
place for all residents. Sooner or later, sand an accepted hazard. Each trail generally
everyone's name will make it into the health ended at someone's house. These were the
department's records, if only to have his or roads and terrain over which county nurses
her birth and death recorded. traveled to visit their patients, and while it
The health department offers a wide range sounds scary, they were respected as
of services, and while much of its time is ministers of mercy and went about their
given to pre- and postnatal patients, it is business without molestation.
engaged in water testing, collecting and Riherd grew up in Bland, a .farming
recording vital statistics, inspection of community of good land on rolling hills north
commercial' and institutional kitchens and of the city of Alachua, several miles from the
public swimming _O.ols_.- research and nearest paved road, so driving country roads
--distribulioTfilinforiation, giving shots for a wasn't a new experience for her, but the flat
wide variety of human ailments, providing land of Bradford County provided a change
-nurses in each school, advising state officials of scenery. She related her experiences as a
on local conditions, issuing birth and death county health nurse to Marcia Miller, former
certificates and being alert for contagious editor of the Telegraph, in the spring of 2003,
outbreaks. ... highlighting her driving up, to "moonshine
Patients arrive at the health department still" unexpectedly" anid being treated
with or without money, receive treatment or respectfully by the bootleggers.
referral, and are billed on a sliding scale for Her tenure somewhat paralleled that of
services rendered, but the service received is McKnight, and like Mrs. Mac, she traveled,
unrelated to the patient's ability to pay. the back roads of the county on a regular
Health department patients appear to be basis.
predominantly mothers coming in for pre- or There were many memorable times during
postnatal care, or bringing babies and small their working years, but perhaps one of the
children for check-ups, treatment, and shots. more notable times was Sunday, April 12,
Babies are no longer routinely delivered in 1955, when word came -down that the Salk
Shands at Starke, so births in Bradford Polio Vadcine was effective, and families
County are out of the ordinary. Health, rushed to local stations to receive the serum
department prenatal patients are checked andd' .on a cube of sugar. Polio was the most feared
counseled in the weeks before birth ,ahd diagnosis for parents of small children, and it
directed to Shands at Alachua General for the was reaching epidemic rates as it swept
grand event. The health department takes across the world. People were waiting by
over when the baby and its mother return radios and television sets for confirmation
home and provides instruction on infant care, that the serum was effective, and .the positive
in addition to medical needs. news came about 3 p.m. that day. ,
The health department has a budget of $1.3 Health departments had set up stations
million, funded by the federal, state and throughout the county to dispense the
county governments. Its building is located preventive medication and the public
on the former H.A. Lawson home site, responded with expectant and gladdened
immediately south of the, Chevrolet hearts. Adults and children received the
.dealership on U.S. 301,. Mac Baldwin medication.
(deceased),.former Chevrolet dealer, bought Prevalent in those days, but probably
the 16-acre plot for an investment, and some unknown to subsequent generations,. were
years later sold it for a reported $150,000 to scabies (head lice) and itch, the seven-year
the county (June 30, 1994) for construction of variety, that invaded the schools each fall and
a health department building. winter. Being nonselective, the pesky
The health department has an interesting ailments were found in children from the
lijstory.. Unfortunately, intgnLration jpior:-.,tg:-fil'ist',homes..,as wll as the underprivileged
1941 was not uncovered), but there is an- children, and all had to undergo the same
indication that & small locaf unif in'"' ifi"treatment. Head fice were'controlled by
service prior to World War II (a reference was shampooing with a medicated soap .several
found in which the name Clay-Bradford consecutive days, and the itch was controlled
Health Unit was' entered in the minutes of by slathering "sulphur and grease" over the
county commissioners in.1941). entire body on three consecutive nights.
STh'o nurses, Florence McKnight and Joyce County health nurses checked constantly for
Riherd, provided information and insight into those .nuisances. When undergoing the
the department's activities from the early sulphur and grease treatment, children slept
1940s to the mid-1970s. Although both are in "long johns" to protect the bed from the
past their "three score and ten" in years, they grease. I suppose parents picked up the
are active with good minds and remember scabies and lice from their school children,
examining conscripts and enlistees and but I don't remember my parents ever
treating patients with venereal disease among undergoing the treatment.
the other activities required of them during Although some may remember them as the
the war years. "good old days," scabies and lice. are
Camp Blanding was under construction in banished from today's schools; at least my
194 I, and although the nation was not at war children never underwent the treatments. The
(prior to Dec. 7, 1941), there was no doubt in roads are paved, but the-nurses don't make
people's minds that our nation would be house calls as they once did, and the younger
dragged into the conflict and an improved-- generation isn't acquainted with the term
health d entme would-be sorely needed in midwife. Polio, the scourge or the 20th
B-radford County. Congressman and .Mrs. century, prior to 1955, is banished from most
R.A. (Lex) Green gave land to the county in of the world, and vaccines protect the
December 1941 on which a new building was population from 'many diseases that plagued
constructed the next year. .mankind, extending the life expectancy for
Mrs.,Mac, as McKnight was called, arrivedd: all.'
in Starke and began.-workinig in the health The medical workers and support staff in
department in 1947, after having worked in a public health departments deserve our
similar position for six years in South heartfelt thanks for tirelessly working to keep
Carolina. She and her husband, who did., us healthy. We may not visit the local facility,
construction work, liked Florida and during a but they are working every day to protect us
visit.to the state, she applied for a nursing job from harm and make living a little more
in Starke. The fact the job. paid $100 per pleasant. They are heroes and heroines in the
month, $10 more than she was then earning, frontlines of service.
was helpful in the decision making. By Buster Rahn, Editorial Writer
i.


County
needs to
check itself
Dear Editor:
I am astounded by the higher
ups in this town. After the
recent incidents at the high
school to include the beating
of a freshman two times and
the newest tacky sex scandal,
maybe it is about time this
county decide to check itself
based on what it knows and
not who knows who.
First of all, coming from a
large town in Illinois, I was
shocked when I found out all
the violence.that-occurs in the
small town schools. It is well
known and freely spoken about
that "If your child can make it
through the middle school they
will be OK in high school."
This is due to the amount of
fighting and pressure that
occurs in the middle school.
SObviously this has spilled
over to the high schools and


Reader thinks
action
following
incident is
inadequate
Dear Editor:
The attacks on the Bradford
High School student .is
distressing, and while there has
been some action announced by
the school administration it is
a far cry from what is needed to
restore confidence in the
community. Another camera or
two, and perhaps a second
police officer are not going to
solve what has been an
ongoing problem..
The young men who fondled
and groped the young lady in a
classroom should be jailed and
charged as adults with
committing a lewd and
lascivious sexual battery of an
underage female. Prison time
arid labeling as "sexual
offenders" is certainly in order
and should be pursued by the
school administrators, police
agencies involved and the state
attorney's office. To do less is
to sweep the whole situation
under the. rug, then brace
yourself for wprse behavior to
occur. "
Thel47-year-old female and.
any of her cohorts who
committed aggravated battery


Keep your

food safe
during the
holiday

With Thanksgiving and
Christmas fast approaching it
is never too..early to think
about how .to prepare your
Thanksgiving turkey, to keep
you and )our family safe.
USDA recommends.three ways
to defrost turkeys: in the
-refrigerator, in cold water, and
in the microwave. Never defrost
a turkey or any meat on the
counter. If you have the time, it
is best to defrost in the
refrigerator for 3-4 days. The
rule of thumb is to allow I day,
for every 5 pounds of turkey
you need to thaw. For example
.a 20 pound-turkey would take
4 days to thaw. However, if


elementary schools as well. It
is a shame that this county
wants to get people to move
here and boost it economy but
you find out later: that the
school system is so corrupt
that it is not safe for the
average children in this county
'to attend or even what they
may see at a local soccer game.
There have ,been so many
fights this year that the annual
snowball at the middle school
is in question whether to have
or not to have.
The children who do well in
school and follow all the rules
and behave have no incentive
to want to continue that
behavior because it is not
recognized. But yet the
administrators say this is an
isolated incident.
Further more if you beat
someone up and you are a child
of a prominent .person in this
small town it is swept under
the rug. Which leads me to the
recent scandal at the high
school soccer game.


on the 14-year-old female
should likewise be arrested and
charged as an adult with
aggravated battery. When a
child cannot attend school
without her very life being
threatened it is time for the
administration to admit they
have a problem in the school
system and forget that old
worn-out excuse of "this was
an isolated incident" which
Assistant Superintendent Ezell
fell back on for this incident.,
Again, some prison time is in
order for the perpetrators) and
the "hate crimes" act should be
invoked to seriously stiffen the
penalty. There is nothing in the
"hate crimes" act that says it
only has to be applied if it is
white on black crime. It applies
just as well for black on white
crime if the prosecutor has the
guts to use it.
Teachers and school
administrators who come out at
times like this with public
admission of their
incompetence and
ineffectiveness by saying "this
was an isolated incident", or "I
didn't know there was a
problem" or any other lame
excuse should be fired on the
spot. Their teaching certificates
should also be revoked. After
all, we pay them good. money
t! know what is going on, and
to maintain discipline 'and
Sore 'iri" the schools.' When":
they admit they have not, or
cannot maintain disciplineand


times limited, you can place
the .tiirkpy in. its original
packagingjn cold water in
your kitchen sink. Submerge.
the bird in cold water changing
every 30 minutes to be sure it
stays cold.
Turkeys defrosted in the
microwave should be cooked
immediately after thawing
because some areas of the
turkey may become warm and
start to cook during
microwaving. Holding any
partially cooked. food is not
recommended because any
bacteria present would not have
been destroyed.
, When cooking a whole
turkey, use a food thermometer
to check the internal
temperature in the inner most
part of the thigh. The internal
temperature should reach a
minimum of 180 F. For,
optimum safety and uniform
doneness, is recommended to


If the athletic director's' name
can be found and printed then
the teacher should bear the
same..
Why should one of two
consenting adults haye to bear
the burden of responsibility for
such tacky and irresponsible
behavior? People at that game
know that it was Mrs. Wolfe in
that booth with Mr. Moore. Is
it because her husband is a
"somebody" that make
everyone thinks she is above
having her name published
and put on the news.
Lady step up and be a
woman about and take
responsibility yourself.
Bradford County school
better wake up and realize that
these are not the only issues
this school systems has and
they need to start recognizing
the children and parents in this
community who do do the
right thing. and not only
recognize the children of the
powers that be.
Sue Maltzahn
a Starke


order then it is time to
immediately replace them. To
do any less is to invite more
serious harm to some child.
Bradford schools are not
alone in this as such a 'lame
excuse was used at Orange :
Park High School when a
white boy was murdered by a
black student. That one wer'
under the rug with a slap
the wrist. First Coast Hign
School's principal used such
comment regarding recent racial
problems. It seems endemic
with school personnel to want
to hide from reality.
By allowing this one girl to
be severely beaten twice at
Bradford High School I believe
we need an FBI investigation
into the ,possibility of a
conspiracy by school-
administrators and teachers to
allow her civil "-hts to be
seriously violate( young
lady has a right to attend
school in pursuit of her
education without fear for her.
safety. It is obvious those
rights have. been seriously
eroded. I believe it is time for
serious action from outside the
county to get things back to
what they should be in our
school system. Crime is crime
and should be dealt with as
crime or the criminal element
will be running the school .
system ,

James D. Powell
Starke


cook stuffing outside the bird.
If stuffing the bird, the center
of the stuffing must-reach 165
F. Turkey breasts should reach
170 F.
.You should follow the
instructions for roasting your'
turkey that. are found on the
package. However, the oven
should be set at 325 degrees,
and for an 18-20 pound turkey"
the recommended times to
achieve doneness and the
required internal temperature is
4 1/4 4 3/4 hours. Cooking
times will \ar\ with ovens. Let
the bird stand 20 minutes
before removing the stuffing
and carving. This allows for
easier handling.
For more holiday tips on
meat and poultry safety, you
can call the USDA hotline at
1-888-674-6854, or the
Bradford County Extension
Office at 966-6224.


Clarification
of 'lake

restoration'
story
Dear Editor:
Reference your article, "Lake
Restoration hits troubled
waters." After rereading the
article I feel something needs
to be made clearer to the public
readership in the Keystone area.
Although there are many
issues in the article that I
would like to take issue with
as far as the Lake Brooklyn
Civic Association,, one
absutrdit. stands out to me. To,
the unnamed source alleging
Mayor Lyndel.Hale's conflict
of interest in buying property
.on .Lake Brooklyn three
months ago, I would like to
reply exactly as Mayor Hale
has replied. .
Hogwash.
I do not live in the Keystone
Heights city limits nor do I
live on a lake, but I would like
to see the lakes restored.
Mayor Hale campaigned two
years ago on doing %%hat -the
voters wanted to be done. He
went door-to-door and found
out that the one, consensus


issue that people w'ho li'e in
Keystone Heights want is lake
restoration. Since being elected
he has worked tirelessly for
this issue, He has had success.
It is about time someone who
represents the otherss in this
area has had success with
Camp Blanding, the St.'Johns
Water Management District.
Clay County Commission,
Dupont, etc.
And now, the novel idea. An
elected official has put his own
money where his mouth is.
How refreshing. After two
years of tireless' work, he
thinks enough of this area to
put more of his own money in
the future of 'this area He has
no inside information. He has
eyeballs and faith. He is taking
a personal risk for himself, and,
at the same time, using his own
money, to represent not only'
1,300 city residents, but tens of
thousands of people who_reside
in the Etonian Creek Basin.
This is not conflict of
interest. This is a local public
official advancing the welfare
of all residents of this area.r
'To the person alleging,
conflict of interest, shame on
you. It is nice to see a local
elected official doing what the
voters want. Leave the politics
and lawyerisms to the


obstructionists who don't want'
anything done right.
Vendettas (I presume this is
what it is all, about), do not
have their place here.
Douglas, L. Rudd
Keystone Heights

Veteran ..

appreciates -"
local services
Dear Editor: i
I want to express my sincere
appreciation as a veteran and as
a Union County resident for
the excellent Veteran's Day Craig Beckler, CEO St. Johi
program the Union County Thomas Adams, G.M., Bill A
High School students
presented at their Nov. 4
student body presentations. St. Johns A
Also, I thank the Union
County school system for |
the outstanding Veteran's Day L.L. C ann
presentation on Nov. 1 for the
commVeteunity at the County PALATKA On Monday, St.
To my knowledge the Johns Automotive Real Estate
Union County School System L.L.C. announced the following
has one of the best, if not-the promotions. Mr. Craig Beckler to
best, Veteran' D Chief Executive Officer assum-
presentations for the ing the responsibility of the com-
community as well as the entire- plete overview of the corpora-
student body inour country tonss two automotive dealer-
.W, Ted Barber' .ships, St. Johns GM Superstore,
LTC, US Army Retired Palatka, Fla. and Bill Adams


ns Automotive L.L.C., William Adams Sr., COO, and
Adams Chevrolet of Starke.


automotive Real Estate

ounces promotions


Chevrolet of Starke.
According to Mr. Beckler, the
promotions will allow him the
time to pursue additional automo-
tive acquisitions as the group pre-
pares for future expansion. Mr.
William Adams.Sr. is promoted
to Chief Operating Officer,
responsible for financial reporting
to the group and assumes the


responsibilities of the day-to-day
operation of St. Johns GM
Superstore. Mr. Adams .will
maintain his relationship with Bill
Adams Chevrolet of Starke as
dealer. Mr. Thomas Adams is
prompted to General Manager of
the dealership in Starke, and
assumes the responsibility of the
dealership operation., PD. ADV.






Nov. 17, 2005 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


CRIME


Five arrested
at George's
for fighting
Five men were arrested
Saturday night after deputies
broke up a fight at George's
Bar on S.R. 16
While on routine patrol just
after midnight, deputies found a
crowd gathering at the bar.
Witnesses stated there was
going to be a fight, according
to Sgt. Ray White and Deputy
Joseph Jones.
The deputies attempted to
intervene, telling "the -men to
leave the bar, but they refused
and a fight started.
Robert Warren Craven, 35,
of Starke and Kevin Barfield,
36, of Middleburg required a
Taser being used to stop the
fighting, Deputy Jones said.
Robert John Bonsall, 35, of
Lawtey was also seen throwing
punches. After being advised
several times to cease, he
complied once he was removed
from the bar, Sgt. White said.
Edwin Lee Johnson, 29, of
Raiford was told several times
to leave the area, but he refused
and tried to pull away from the
deputies as he was taken into
custody, Sgt. White said.
Joey A. Hill, 31, of Brooker
was also told several times to
leave the bar, but refused.
When he finally started walking
away, he began yelling
obscenities at the deputies and
was placed under arrest, Deputy
Jones said.
Craven was .charged with
affray and resisting an officer
without violence. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Hill was charged with
disorderly conduct and trespass-
after warning. He was released
from custody after surety bonds
totalling $1,000 were posted.
Johnson was charged trespass
after warning and resisting
arrest without' violence. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release.
Bonsall was charged with
affray. A $1,000 surety bQnd
was posted for his release.
Barfield was charged with
affray and resisting arrest
without violence. He was
released after a $2,000 suJrety
bond was posted.
Bonsall. .Johnson, Hill and,
Barfield are correctional
officers. They had apparently
been together at' a birthday
party at another location.
Deputies report a continuing
problem with patrons of the
bar, Sgt. White said.

Man charged
with battery,
animal ,cruelty
A 30-year-old Bradford
County man was arrested Nov.
13 after committing domestic
battery and killing the victim's
dog.
Morris Tyree Stephens is
charged with striking the
victim in the head and legs
wvith his fists, according to
Deputy R' Watkins. He became
enraged and kicked the victims'
dog repeatedly resulting in the
death of the animal. Deputy
%Watkins said.
Stephens was charged with
domestic violence battery and
animal cruelty. Bond was set at
$5.000.

Man arrested,
for forging
checks
A 21-year-old Bradford'
County man was arrested Nov.
8 for stealing more than $500
by cashing forged checks.
Nathan L. Vansyckel is
charged with writing 10 checks
out of the victim's account to


himself and signing the
victim's name, according to Lt.
K.R. Hinds Jr.
The checks were cashed at the
BP (Snack and Shack) station
,in Keystone Heights between
Oct. 16 and Oct. 26, Lt. Hinds
said.
Vansyckel was charged with
uttering a forged instrument
with bond set at $10,000.

Graham man
arrested in
Starke
A 26-year-old Graham man
was arrested Nov. 12 for
reporting his vehicle stolen
after he loaned it to an
individual.
William J. Dodd reported his
vehicle stolen. from the Pizza
Hut at 6:30 p.m., according to
Officer P.A. King. A bolo was
issued and five minutes later
Officer J.W. Hooper located the
vehicle on East Thomas Street.
A man standing next. to the
driver's door was detained until
Dodd arrived with Officer King.
An investigation into the crime
revealed the vehicle was loaned
to the man.
SDuring a search of the
vehicle, the officers found a
loaded .45 Derringer pistol, not
in a holster, and readily
accessible; under the driver's
seat. The firearm belonged to
Dodd, Officer King said.
Dodd was charged with false
report of a .crime to a law
enforcement officer and carrying
concealed firearm, Officer King
said. Bond was set at $10,000.



Man charged
with stabbing
brother
A 47-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Nov. 11 for
stabbing his brother.
Antonio Junior Chavarria
was charged by Deputy Mac
Johns with aggravated battery
with a deadly weapon after his
brother went to the sheriffs
office, bleeding from a puncture
wound.
The victim stated the two of
them had been at a convenience
store when they bpgan to argue.
He stated he was stabbed with a
long knife, Deputy Johns said.
Chavarria was located at his
residence. He wag slightly
intoxicated, but agreed to
answer questions, Deputy
Johns said. He denied stabbing
the victim.
Chavarria was additionally
charged on warrants from
Columbia and Alachua for
violation of probation and
failure to appear on narcotics
charges.


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Woman
escapes
custody,
caught
A Keystone Heights woman
faces more charges after fleeing
from arrest Nov. 1
Beverly Diane Osteen, 19,
was being transported to the
Clay County Jail regarding an
active capias, according to
Deputy John Murphy. Osteen
slipped out of her handcuffs,
kicked out the rear door window
and climbed out, Deputy
Murphy said. After a brief
chase Osteen, was tackled and
again taken into custody, placed
into alternative restraints and
transported to the jail.
Osteen was charged on the
warrant with contempt of court
and new charges of escape,
criminal mischief and resisting
arrest without violence.
She was additionally charged
on a warrant with violation of
probation child abuse without
great harm with no bond,
Deputy Rene Scucci said.

Orange Park
man arrested,
after crash
A 41-year-old Orange Park
man was arrested Nov. 13 for
driving urider the influence after
he crashed his vehicle on C.R.
214 in Keystone Heights.
Eldon Lee Eroh was charged
DUI, driving while license
suspended and giving false
name, according to Deputy


Robert E. Dews. Eroh's blood-
alcohol level was .16' percent
when deputies placed him under
arrest. His 1995 Jeep went off
the roadway and crashed into a
roadsign in the 6000 block at
11:30 p.m., Deputy Dews said.
He admitted to leaving a bar
where he had been drinking beer
with -friends. Eroh refused to
perform roadside field sobriety
exercises, Deputy Dews said.
Eroh gave a false name and
provided the deputy with a fake
Georgia license. His license had
been suspended for DUI-related
charges.


Two men
caught using
light to hunt
deer in Lulu
Two men were charged by
wildlife officers with violating
law by taking deer using gun
and light,
On Nov. 5, officers Harold
Barry, Jeff Summers and Bret
Gill were working night
hunting detail in Union County
off S.R. 231 in cooperation
with pilot Joe Johnson, who
was flying the area.
Johnson notified the officers
of a vehicle traveling west
through the Lulu, Hunt Club
and shining a light from a
vehicle. While Johnson
maintained a constant visual,
Summers and Gill responded to
the area of the, vehicle and Barry
headed in another direction in
an attempt to .get ahead of the
vehicle.


As Barry approached the
intersection of 144th and 160th
streets, Johnson advised him
that the vehicle was exiting the
hunt club area.
Barry parked his patrol
vehicle and proceeded on foot to
the intersection, identifying
himself and stopping the
vehicle occupied by two men.
When asked if there were
weapons' in the vehicle, the
driver stated he had a gun in the
back seat, but it was unloaded.
He also stated they had hit a
deer with his vehicle and it was
injured, so he cut its throat. '
After Summers and Gill
arrived to assist, they found an


unloaded Marlin .22 magnum
rifle, a spotlight and, under the
driver's seat, a loaded .22
magnum pistol.
The two firearms, spotlight
and deer were seized and the
suspects were charged.


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William M. Finley, 54, of
Raiford was arrested Nov. 8 by
Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson on
a writ of bodily attachment. He
may purge by paying $1,870.
Richard Scott Vierling, 28,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 8 by Union Deputy
Mindy Goodwin, on a warrant
from Madison County for
violation of probation. Bond
was set at $1,000.
James Floyd Ford III, 27, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 9
by Deputy Manning on
warrants from Columbia
County for racketeering and
grand theft.
Frances Eugene Reynolds,
37, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 10 by Lt. Tomlinson on
a warrant for failure to appear
with bond set at $10,000.
Traffic
Edward Mitchell Clary, 54,
of Melrose was arrested Nov.
12 by Bradford Sgt. Ron Davis
for driving under the influence
(DUI). Clary refused testing
when his 2005 GMC pickup
was stopped on S.R. 21 at 7:09
a.m. A $2,000, cash bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Christopher Garber, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 7 by
Officer Hooper for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS). A $500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
William White, 35, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov. 7
by Starke Officer Jason Crosby
for DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Benton Tipett, 46, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 11.
by Clay deputies for DWLS.


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A Lawtey man received possible injuries after his semi was rear-ended by
another truck Monday at 2:45 a.m. Jasper Byrd, 61, was driving a 1997
Peterbuilt tractor-trailer southbound on U.S. 301 one mile south of
Lawtey, according to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J.D. Byrd. A 2001
Peterbuilt tractor-trailer, driven by Michael J. Holland, 59, of New Jersey,
failed to observe Byrd's semi and struck it in the rear. Holland's truck
overturned and entered the ditch on the west shoulder, Trooper Byrd
said. Byrd's semi came to final rest facing south. He was transported to
Shands Starke by Bradford Rescue. The crash scene was still being
cleared at 7:15 a.m. Total damages were estimated at $35,000.


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union County:
Judy Sue Faulks, 26, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 9 by
Starke Officer Michelle Tarrant
for battery (simple) and battery
(domestic). Faulks is charged
with sticking her finger in the
eye of one of the victims. She
is charged with kicking,
slapping and punching the
other victim in the mouth,
Officer Tarrant said. She was
additionally charged on a
warrant from Alachua County
for violation of probation.
Surety, bonds totalling $7,000
were posted for her release from
custody.
Gregory Adams, 34, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. I11
by Clay deputies for domestic
Battery. IL
Adam Svitek, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 12 by Clay deputies for
domestic battery.
John Kimn. Deman, 50, of
Keystone Heights \vas arrested
just after midnight on Nov. 12
by Clay Deputy Robert E.
Dews for domestic battery.
Deman is charged with
throwing a telephone and a
remote control at the victim
while they were arguing. He'
was intoxicated at the time,
Deputy Dews said. The victim
declined medical treatment.
Ray Eric Trammell. 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 13 by Green Cove
Springs Officer T. Corbett for
disorderly intoxication. Officers
responded to a call of a drunk,
person at a restaurant at 12:45
a.m. Trammell was asked to
leave .the premises" but was
incoherent and unaware of bow
he had arrived at the restaurant,
Officer Corbett said. As officers
were attempting to assist
Trammell with arrangements to
bave someone pick him up and
take. him home, he became
belligerent,. screaming and
yelling. He was told to calm
down, but refused and was
placed in custody, Officer
Corbett said.
.Mary Ann Stephens, 52, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 8 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for disorderly intoxication.
Stephens made several 911
calls to report being bothered
by her boyfriend. When
deputies arrived at the Economy
Inn in Lawtey, Stephens was
sitting outside. She apparently
had been drinking and began
yelling, creating a disturbance.
She was placed in custody with
bond set at $2,500.
Allen Jones, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 8 by
Starke Officer Paul King for


possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Nicholas John Kensy, 27, of
Lake Elmo, Minn. was arrested
by Starke Officer M.D. Watson
just after midnight Nov. 14 for
possession of cannabis. During
a traffic stop the officer found
marijuana and several burnt
marijuana cigarettes in a plastic
bag. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for his release.
Allan B. Nettles, 48, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
11 by Officer King for
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. While speaking
with Nettles on the backside of
T.H.E. Apts., he handed a crack
pipe, a plastic bag of marijuana
and a marijuana pipe to Lt.
Barry Warren. Bond was set at
$2,000.

Christopher Ryan Burns-
Vines, 20. of St. Augustine
was arrested Nov. 13 by Starke
officer J.W.. Hooper for
possession of cannaEis' andd
-'.possession' .-'- -of' drug
paraphernalia. Burns-Vines .had
in his possession marijuana, a
pack of rolling papers and two
pipes with residue, Officer
Hooper said. He was stopped
on Call .Street at 1:27 a.m. He
was released from custody after
a $2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Judy Young, 47, of Lawtey
was arrested Nov. 8 by Bradford
Sgt. George Konkel for failure
to appear domestic battery. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
John Dias, 48, of Mandarin
was arrested Nov. 8 by Officer
King on a warrant from
Pinellas County for grand theft.
Bond was set at $5,000.
John Bennett, 37, of
Hawthornm was arrested Nov. 8
by Clay. deputies on warrants
for burglary to ,conveyance,
grand theft and burglary to
auto.
Taurus L. Williams, 26, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 9 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for violation of probation
possession of drugs and
positive drug test. He was
released on his own
recognizance by Judge David
Giant.
Henry Pryor, 25, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 9 by Bradford
Deputy David Thompson for
failure to appear violation of
probation. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Gregory Crews, 40, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 9 by Clay
deputies on warrants for
worthless checks.
Tracy D. Pruitt, 40, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by
Starke Officer Mark Lowery on
a warrant from Marion County
for violation of probation grand
theft auto with no bond.


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David J. Gilbert, 22, of
Hampton was arrested Nov. 12
by Officer King on a warrant
for failure to appear possession
of marijuana. He was released
after a $4,000 surety bond was
posted.
Juan Estrada Garrido, 40, was
arrested Nov. 14 by Union,
Deputy Robert Manning on a
warrant from Hillsborough
County for failure to appear on
felony charges.

James Anthony Miller, 46,
of Raiford was arrested Nov. 7
by Union Sgt. Raymond
Shuford for violation of
probation with bond set at
$5,000.


Pedro Estrada, 25, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 8 by Clay
deputies for operating a motor
vehicle without a license and
on a warrant for violation of
probation DUI.
Joshua Hopper, 20, of
Alachua was arrested Nov. 8 by
Alachua deputies on a Bradford
warrant for failure to appear
violation of probation DWLS.
A $4,000 surety bond was
posted for his release.
Aaron Harris Holley Jr., 23,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 11
by Bradford Deputy Lori Jestes
for failure to appear DWLS.
Bond was set at $5,000.

Robert Kirby, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 30 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for violation of
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warrant for failure to appear
possession of drug
paraphernalia and DWLS. Bond
was set at $5,000. Davis was
released on his own
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Starke church plans to build community youth center


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

An area church wants to
provide a little hope to the
youth who live in the northeast
area of Starke by-transforming
an abandoned, run-down
building into a youth center.
James McKnight, the pastor
at the Starke Church of God by
Faith, recently spoke to the
Kiwanis Club of Starke about
the planned youth center,
which McKnight referred to as
the church's HOPE project.
The letters in the HOPE
acronym correspond to
promoting physical, spiritual
and emotional Health,
providing Opportunities for
growth and service, enhancing
-academic Performance and
"Empowering youth for a
successful future.
"HOPE" will be provided at
-the site of a current building
4hat sits off of S.R. 16.
"We purchased an old
building that we call a 'symbol
-of despair,'" McKnight said.
".Maybe you've seen that
_building on the corner of Old
[Lawtey Road and 16-you
:now it's a mess. Well, it's our
ness now. We bought that
building and we bought the
corner and the lot behind it."
S The youth center, which will
-omprise approximately 5,000
-quare feet, is scheduled for
completion in late spring or
'arl. summer next year. The
current building will be
renovated and additions will be
4huilt so as to offer two
multipurpose rooms,, four
classrooms equipped with
computers instruction. boards
and restrooms, an audiovisual
loom, a full-service kitchen,
and two' administrative offices,
'While the outside-area will
Include a fenced-in playground
And basketball court.
: The estimated cost of the
project is $575,000. McKnight
said he is making his largest


The photo at the top shows an abandoned building that is located at S.R. 16 and
Old Lawtey Road. The Starke Church of God by Faith, through renovations and
additions, plans to transform the building into a community youth center, shown
by an artist's rendering.


contribution ever toward a
"work of God" and is
encouraging members of his
congregation to do the same.
Other churches are stepping
forward to lend their support
and McKnight said .he wanted
to take the opportunity to give
the business community a


C REW S finally paid off.
..S .He flew to Nashville and
Continued from p. 1B sighed with Platinum Plus
Universal.
The 31-year-old singer hired While the weight was lifted
a manager and spent the rest of off of his shoulders once he
;the time sending demo tapes to finally signed a contract,
Nash% ille. Crews knew the work had only
.-rs-thad-a-faH+out w.h-."-. Jus4-begun.---.. -.. .--:=
manager and got rejected by a Since starting work on -his
few maior labels that said he album in July, he described
would need more work before how he would spend two hours
they would sign him. trying to get one song just
"Ninety percent of people right.
get so frustrated," he said. "To "To make it perfect, you
miake it in country music, you have to stay on top of the ball
have to believe in what you're the whole time," he said.
-oing." The album is scheduled for
Crews switched to manager release in January, and four
Robert Metzgar of Capitol songs on it are finished so far.
Management. Metzgar is an "My music is traditional
award-winning manager who country with a sprinkle of
has promoted and helped such contemporary," Crews said.
Artists as Garth Brooks, Alan "Hopefully, -people will like
Jackson, Diana Ross and it."
Lionel Richie. Two of the songs on the
After putting in lots of hard album so far are written by
wdrk, Crews was offered a himself, and two are written by
recording contract, he said. All John Rich of the recently
of his singing on television, at famous country duo Big &
-6lubs and other events had Rich.


chance to contribute-as well.
"I believe thatthis project is
not just a youth building or
church, it is a project that will
serve our. community,"
McKnight said. "I believe it is
something that affects all of
us."
The idea for the youth center


"It felt good to get one of
John Rich's songs," Crews
said: "Now-Ihave-two."
If the single makes it to the
Top 40 on the charts, then it
will be released for the mass
market. According to Crews,
his manager said he has a
legitimateshottomake .,it,.to...
this level.
While Crews said he is-not
looking for megafame and
fortune, he wouldn't mind if
lhat happened to him.
"' don't want to be greeVd,".
he said. "I would like millions.
but I just like playing."
Crews knows person has to
be deeply rooted to play
country music.
"I thank God for letting me
hold a guitar and play on
stage," he said.'
Because he lived in
California until about three
weeks ago, Crews is currently
looking for a home in
Nashville for his family, which
includes his wife, Robin, and
their children, Aiden, Addison,
Austin, Avery and Adrian.


got its start because of the
church's need for more space.
However, McKnight said there
was an area of need that
surpassed that of the
congregation-there is no
adequate facility to host youth
activities in the northeast area
of Starke.


Crews is the son of Charlie
Crews of Starke and Cynthia
Hofffian of Waldo.


That, coupled with some
statistics McKnight found
troubling, led to the creation of
the HOPE project. McKnight
shared some of those statistics
with the Kiwanis
members-the school dropout
rate in Bradford County has
more than doubled 6Ver the&
past four years, the county has
the highest teenage-pregnancy
rate in the state.
"As we' began to look at it,
there are some great needs in
our community that our far
reaching, that go beyond our
congregation," McKnight said.
"That's why we've embarked
on the HOPE project."
--McKnight- said-the- -center,.
will allow the church to
expand its already-existing
after-school programs as well
as provide activities for youth
on weekends. For example;,
McKnight said there will be
free movie nights on Fridays.
"I don't believe this youth


center will solve all of the
problems, but we can certainly
make a difference in the lives
of many of our young people,"
McKnight said.
The church is accepting
monetary donations of- any
size, as well as in-kind
oniationsbut ti three levels of
donations will make up a brass
"donor tree," which will be
located at the main entrance of
the center. The tree will be
comprised of silver leaves,
recognizing those who donate
$500-$999, gold leaves, for
those who donate $1,000-
$4,999 and acorns, for those
who donate at least $5,000.
"This is an opportunity for
us to beia'part of chganging-
lives," McKnight said. "It's an
opportunity to invest in our
next generation."
If you are interested in
learning, more about this
project or donating to it, please
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FCC to t and repair glitches, said name yet again, and physicians' offices, risk
SFCC to get Bakuzonis. Second-year No wonder there is a management departments, and
'irt al lab' students are taught to analyze growing demand in this field for vendors and consulting
virtuallab' data and spot problems. for well-trained staff. companies, said Bakuzonis.
Electronic medical records Working with actual health According to the Bureau of "If you're a consultant who
seem inevitable despite privacy records information in the Labor Statistics, health travels and troubleshoots, you
issues, especially after Virtual Lab will give students information management will can make big money, up to $50
witnessing hurricane victims good hands-on experience. be among the fastest growing an hour," said Bakuzonis.
struggling with the Consider the complexity of occiipatinns-thr-ougt-20-10. The median irncohe for 'a
re.rcus.ions-ef ---st---pape mutiphealth records: Health information health information technician is
medicalrecords. A baby is born as Baby professionals play a critical $32,896 in Gainesville
Riding that wave into the Diamond. Later, that person is role in maintaining, collecting (Salary.comrn). Graduates .of-a--
future, Santa Ee-.Cmmunity namedI Margaret Diamond, and and analyzing the data that two-year degree program
College was recently selected then, Peggy Diamond. She later health professionals rely upon typically start in Gainesville at
as one of only 16 schools marries, and with this change to provide quality health care. $12-$15 an hour, depending on
nationwide to participate in the comes a new name, Peggy They are experts in managing the location and the job, she
American Health Information Smith. Fifteen years late't, she patient health information and said.
Management Association's e- divorces and uses Peggy health records. Bakuzonis calls the
HIM Virtual Lab Project. Diamond again. If she Health information profession a blend between the
Beginning in January, Santa Fe remarries, she'll change her professionals work in hospitals business arid medical fields.
will be a virtual lab tnalining--
Site for students in health
information management. It was,
the only school in Florida
chosen for the pioicc i.
"The Virtual Lab's master
patient index is a database~of
selected .,. "" ", ,,*
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"It's the medical without the
blood and guts," she said. "Our
students study anatomy and
physiology without dissection,
without the lab component."
Important personal qualities
include being a person who
.Joves-to-leari,--paying-goo-d
attention to detail, and
possessing logical thinking
sk ills . .
There are 66 students in
SFCC's program; one-half
study part time. (Classes are
offered at night, online, and in
blocks to work around a
working person's schedule.)
Students' ages range from 20s
to mid 60s, and about 10,
percent of students are men.


Several are career changers.
"We have a couple of
nurses, a physical therapist
someone who used to be a
hairdresser, and a former
manager of a' fast food
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The Health Information
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August, but students are urged-
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For more information, call.
Doug Robertson, business:
programs adviser, 395-5139, or
Karen Bakuzonis, 381-3828.


Original
Florida task
force to meet
Nov. 17
There will be a meeting of
The Original Florida Tourism
Task Force at -10 a m.- or
Thursday, Nov. 17. The
meeting will be held at the
Spirit of Suwannee...Music
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-off US 129) in Live Oak in
Suwannee County.
The Music Park phone
number is 386-364-1683 if you
need further driving
instructions.



Methtod1st--
bazaar is set
for Nov-.T

By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer

The First United Methodist
Church of Starke is holding its
anna bazaar tcda,. Nc', 17,
from a..m, to 7 p.m.
All crafts and foods will be
for sale inside the church.
Customers should enter
through the garden entrance on
historic Walnut Street.
A breakfast of quiche,
muffins and fruit will be
served from 7 to 11 a.m. for a
$4 donation
iLunches and dinners will be
served from 11:30 a.m. to 7
p.m. The meals consist of
h1mhecue sa .nd~iche, baked
beans, cole slaw, a beverage
aiind deseii fror a $5 donation,
All othi items for 'sale ar'e
crafted by church members.
Crafts include aprons,
ornaments, patriotic indiis.
Christmw, trees, lumeniadle
goods, cookbooks, wieths,
relishes, icilite and i wcallh ol
miller items, iillcluiing Naiinc ',
stained glass inlade from the
Church's "ld window,.
Profits 'fioni ihc b/hiaii slc
Will benetit mission proictis in
the local, national aind
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radiography, nrclear medicine.
dental hygiene, respirator.
therapy and cardi-,aScilarjr
technology.
The academy meets from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturda s
beginning Jan 7 The
application deadline is
Wednesday, No%. 23
Academy students work
with the human patient
simulator, observe health
professionals at hospitals and
clinics, and learn how to
navigate the college system.
The academic component
focuses on math. science,
technology and health career
information. Lunch is pro ided
at every session, and students
receive prizes and earn a cash
stipend while in the academy.
"The program not onl\ giles
students academic support, but
it boosts their confidence and
lets them kno\w that they're not
doing this on their o n." said
Sheila Baker, director of
Health Sciences Counseling 41
SFCC.
The federal Health Careers
Opportunity Program pro\ ides
opportunities for students from
economically disadvantaged
backgrounds it: enter targeted
health-care -fields. This grant
program is funded b3 the U.S.
Department of Health and
Human Ser ices. Health
Resources and Sern ices
Administration, Bureau of
Health Professions. Di% ision of
Health Careers Dinersir. and-
Development.
Baker said the program is
also designed to promote
diversity by attracting students
not typically represented in a
particular field. such as male
students to dental hgiene or
female students to nuclear
medicine.
The program sponsors
educational and recruitment
activities, from middle school
through college. Once a
student is rinol\ed %\ith the
program, the academic support
and mentoring can
theoretically continue until
they graduate (rom a college
program and start working.
"HCOP is designed to be an
educational ladder." said


Goat Club
gearing up for
2006 fair
In 2006. the Bradford
County Fair \ ill once again
host a youth goat sho%% and
little kids exhibition.
Any youth ages fi'e Ias of
Sept. 1, 2005i through 18
whose wishes to participate in
the goat shox\ and is interested
in learning about goals xill
want to .attend upcoming 4-H
Goat Club meetings.
The 4-H Goat Club is a
special interest club that will
concentrate on goats.
Membership is open to youth
in Bradford or Union counties.
Even youth \\.ho are members
of other 4-H Clubs within
these counties or of Future
Farmers of America are invited
to attend the club meetings.
AThe club ill hold its first
meeting onThursda\. No\v. 17.
6:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension Office
adjacent to the fairgrounds on
U.S. 301 N in Starke
Necessary paperwork, goal
project books, and activity
books will be handed out-
Other important information
will be shared also.
The youth goat shoe is


scheduled for March. 2006.
For information, call Ricky
or Stephanie Griffis. 1904)
'964-6128, or Lisa Tatum.
(904) 782-30":S.I


Baker. "We work with
students to prepare them
academically for health
sciences programs, and offer
them help while they're in a
program to ensure they're
academically prepared to
complete it or go.on to a four-
year institution."
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screened through program Students must be first- written by the
criteria, meaning that they generation college students or reference from a
must meet certain guidelines to come from economically guidance counsel
be eligible: disadvantaged backgrounds. is also helpful.
* Students must have a Students must complete an "We're loo
minimum of a 2.5 grade point application, and a parent individuals who
average, reviews the application and motivated to learn
* S t u d e n t s! m u s t provides income information. these in-demand c
demonstrate a strong interest in Included in the application is a Baker.
developing a health career. .. .. personal statefiet' ofuiiterestideqNext summer,


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high school
or or teacher
Making for
o are very
n more about
careers," said
HCOP will


offer-an..enichment program
for 30 ninth anid- Ot' graders.-
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Saying 'thanks' to all veterans and their families
q- .


ceremony at Charles J.
Schaefer Veterans' Park in
Starke, but two words stood
out above all others-thank
you.
Rhoden, a Starke native and
current post command sergeant


Command
Sgt. Dennis
Rhoden was
the featured
speaker at the
ceremony at
the Charles J.
Schaefer
Veterans'
Memorial
Park in
Starke.


Karaleah Porter, a Bradford High School JROTC
cadet, lowers the flags to half-staff during the
playing of "Taps."


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Command Sgt.,Maj. Dennis
Rhoden said many words
during the Veterans' Day


major at Camp Blanding, was
the guest speaker during the
annual ceremony, which is
sponsored by Starke's
American Legion Post 56. He
expressed his appreciation for
all veterans-regardless of
branch of service-for their
selfless service, especially
remembering those who lost
their lives while serving this
country.
"People like you and I
understand the call, we
understand the purpose of
Veterans' Day," Rhoden said.
"It is not just another federal
holiday. It is a time we set
aside to come together and just
say thank you one to another
for your service.
"We are each aware of the
sacrifices, of those who have
paid the ultimate price. I look
back over my career and I
think of those soldiers who
cannot not be here today. They
paid the ultimate price. They
are our friends, they are our
.family members, theylare our
acquaintances and they are our
fellow veterans, who we so
honorably served with, and I
salute them today. They are
our heroes and I thank God for
them today." I- "
, .Rhddea talked of how
freedom comes with a price
and how veterans paid that
price. He said veterans_
families also paid that price
"I often say that familie- pa\
the greater price," Rhoden
said. "Your loved ones are in
harm's way, deployed into a
theater ..of operations, yet it is
the spouse that assumes both
roles (at home). I salute the
families that are here toda.
also."
Rhoden shared so,_nme
statistics he found online with
the crowd: there are
25,038,000 living veterans in
the United States, 17,578
living war veterans and
651,000 who died in battle.
Rhoden said he saluted all of
those veterans, but he also
encouraged the crowd to keep
in mind those who are
currently serving the country.
"As we come together today,
to honor those who have
. served, I ask each of you to
remember the new generations
of veterans who are serving
SQtoda;y on foreign soil," Rhoden.
said. "We must remember this
global war on terrorism."I
Members of the Boy Scouts
of America Troop 70 of Starke
participated in the ceremony
by placing wrpatfis in honor of
veterans from several
organizations. Craig Leon
Guerrero played taps while a


Bradford High School JROTC
member lowered the flags to
half-staff. BHS JROTC
members also presented the
colors at the start of the,
ceremony..
Retired Col. Bill Dampier,
past commander of American
Legion Post 56, spoke of the
history of Veterans' Day and
- how it began as Armistice
'It was to commemorate the
ending of a war to end all wars
.and it was signed on Nov. 11
at 11 a.m. in the morning,"
Dampier said. "We,
unfortunately, know there have
been many great .wars since
that time, so instead of calling
it Armistice Day, because
we've had several other


armistices since then, it is now
Veterans' Day."
Dampier said it is a day to
honor all veterans, whether.
they served in combat or not. It
was a sentiment that Rhoden
,,, ., ..:: -


was in agreement with.
"Families and friends, tell
your veterans today, 'I
appreciate what you've done
for this great country,'"
Rhoden said.


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Breakfast

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veterans...
Starke's American Legion
Post 56 hosted a
breakfast for veterans and
their families. LEFT: Frank
Knight, post commander
of the local American
Legion, hands Felix
Ramos-Vargas a Gator
clock won in the Legion's
drawing, although, not
being a fan, Vargas didn't
want to touch it with his
hands.


RIGHT: Boy Scouts
from Troop 70,
including Craig
Leon Guerrero,
Heath Leon
Guerrerrero, Sean
Stocking and Sean
Phinney, have
breakfast at the
American Legion
before participating
in the Veterans' Day
ceremony.


Ronald Reagan and Earnest Beeman chat over
coffee.


RIGHT: Dee Dampier
Serves breakfast to
Mattie Charles on
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Hall in Starke.







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Toys for Tykes giveaway by
donating 10 percent of its
Wednesday sales to the cause.
Certificates to dedicate 10


percent of \uur bill to Toys: for
Tykes are available at Pizza
Hut in Starke and will be
honored all day each
Wednesday through Nov. 23.
A certificate must be presented
at the time of purchase for the
,donation to be made.
Additionally, Lions Club
members will be handing out
those certificates from 5-9 p.m.
each Wednesday and


ABOVE: Bill
Scoggins prepares a
fresh pot of coffee at
the Veterans' Day
breakfast while Dee
Dampier plugs in the
pot.


ABOVE: With the purchase of a single ticket, Wanda
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Defense, Spillerlead the Tigers to first-round win


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
.---The- -Liniorr-Cou nt -Tigers
went to Jacksonville Friday
night knowing they had to do
one thing-shut down the
Trinity Christian Conquerors'
running game.
The C Lnquerors entered the
game averaging 305 yards
rushing per game. Their
leading rusher, Montel Harris,
with more than 1,000 yards on
the season, was a threat the
Tigers knewA they had to keep
in check. All week, Union
defensive coaches Will Dettor,
Dennis Dotson, Toby Kitchen
and Aaron Tetstone prepared
the defense to do what needed
to be done to stop the
Conquerors.
The preparation paid off.
Union's defense held the
Conquerors to a total of 210
yards of total offense,
including cutting their rushing
average by more than half, in a
27-7 win in the Region 2-Class
2B semifinals on Nov. 11.
"I'v as very .impressed-with
.our defense," said Union head
coach Buddy Nobles, whose
team improved to 7-3. "They
played hard and did a great
job. What can you say about
our defensive coaching staff
and every kid that touches the
field on defense? The
Conquerors are a tough
running team and we were


Nobles said, "but I didn't think opponents, minus Union, is "35-
By CLIFF SMELLEY they were everything that 53). Trinity improved to 11-0
Telegraph Staff Writer everybody thought they were. after defeating Florida High
You know what? Our kids are 45-23 last week.
This Friday, Nov. 18, will good, too. That's why I Trinity quarterback John
mark the culmination of a couldn't understand why we Brantley, who was ll-of-20
three-week wait for the Union were called the underdogs." for 153 yards, threw'
County football team, which Nobles and players alike feel touchdown passes of 7 and 52"
will get another shot at the they aren't getting too much yards to Courtney Graham and
Ocala Trinity Catholic Celtics attention this season. True, the 43 yards to Lex Peek. The
when the. two teams play for Tigers have lost three games, Celtics also scored on a pair of
the Region 2-Class 2B but two of those losses were to 1-yard touchdown runs by
championship at 7:30 p.m.'in Class 2A South Sumter and Bradley Grant and Rudell
Ocala. .-- Class 4A Eastside-teams that Small, while Antonio Allen
-The-Tigers ihad to make sure have a combined record of 19- returned a kickoff 99 yards for
they took care of business last 3 and that are still alive in the another score.
week in the Region 2 postseason. However, it was the second
semifinals (a 27-7 win over "We'll go back into (this straight game in whjch the
Tri4ilpa i ,IW sen$ 4R l am'a"mse uIcd [;is ehave l'wed' i~no're'
linebacker OreRdag., Odojq. .,,liWt .%e..kind.of like being'the than 20 points. The defense,
admittWd'he and'his teammais 'i underdog," Odom said. which has been stingy rost of
have been thitlking about the Why would a Union team the year, was gashed/for 435
number-one ranked Celtics. that was state runner-up two yards, including 331 ,yards on
"We've been waiting for this years ago and finished with the ground. Florida High
game ever since they beat -us just one loss last season be averaged 8 yards per carry and
the first time," Odom said. considered an underdog? The running backs Ean McQuay
The Celtics entered that ,incredible numbers Trinity and Santuan McGee combined
game with a. lot of fanfare. Catholic has put up this season for 233 yards and had
Their defense liad allowed must have something to do touchdown runs of 51 and 65
only six points in nine games with that, plus the fact the yards.
and their offense was Celtics are still undefeated Union rushed for 150 yards
averaging 55 points a game. (though the combined record in the first meeting between
However, Trinity left Lake of their regular-season the teams, but is coming off of
Butler the night of Oct. 28
with just a 23-21 victory.
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Union head coach Buddy


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Union County
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Baggett,
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Dukes give
chase to a
Trinity
Christian ball
carrier.


slamming right up in there
with them."
Nobles said he was equally
impressed with the Tigers'
pass rush.
"Kevin (Alexander), Willie
(Oliver), Scott (Wethy) and
Kasey (Nobles).came off the
corners and did a great job,
and that's what we we're
impressed with," Nobles said.
"That's what we need to do
next week," Nobles added
after it was announced, at the
game's conclusion; that Ocala
Trinity Catholic had won its
game. The Tigers will travel to


Ocala to play Trinity Catholic
for the Region 2 title this
Friday (see related story).
Union's defense had noq
trouble getting, started against
Trinity Christian, but the
offense sputtered during the
first half. While C.J. Spiller
did score on a 44-yard
touchdown run in the second
quarter, the rest of the first half
saw the Tigers struggle to
move the ball.
-By the end of the first half,
Union fans were starting to get
a little nervous. Their team
was trailing 7-6.


The offense finally found its
groove in the beginning of the
third quarter. Runs by
Alexander, Mathis Jackson and
Josh Mitchell would push the
Tigers down the field. It was a
good drive, but the Tigers
came away With no points.
Spiller had a touchdown run
nullified by a penalty and a
field-goal attempt fell short.
The Conquerors (6-4) had a
good opening drive in the
,second half as well. They
movedthe ball down the field
:before being stopped short onr
a third-and-four play by


linebacker Brendan Odom.
The Conquerors were forced to
punt and Spiller made them
pay for it with a 55-yard return
to the Trinity 20-yard line.
Five players later, Spiller
would find the end zone from
2 yards out for the second of
his four scores on the evening.
The two-point conversion
failed and the Tigers led 12-7.
A three-and-out by the
Conquerors would give the
ball back to the'Tigers at their
own 30-yard line. Union put
together a drive that lasted
well into the fourth quarter.
Again, Mitchell, Spiller and
Jackson had runs that helped
the Tigers move the ball and
run time off the clock.
Spiller capped the drive with


a 2-yard touchdown run.
Nobles' reception on the two-
point conversion put the Tigers
up 20-7.
The scoring was capped by
Spiller's 36-yard touchdown
run and subsequent extra-point
by Rodencia Austin.
Union's defensive presence
was felt by the Conquerors
even more in the second half.
Tackles by Odom, Alexander,
Oliver and Brandon Shoup
seemed to become more
punishing as. the second half
progressed. The Tigers'
defense held the Conquerors to,"
13 yards rushing the entire
second half.


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a 310-yard effort in its win last
week.
The key to this week's game
may be the arm of Union
quarterback Austen Roberts.
The Tigers passed for 113
yards in the earlier game
against the Celtics, but
completed just 7-of-19
attempts.
"I just think our passing,
game's got to show up,"
Nobles said. "We missed a
couple of passes in that game
that we should have gotten."
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WIN!
Continued from p. 4C
Chris Perry added the final
nail to Trinity's coffin when he
made his sixth interception of
the season. With less than two
minutes left on the clock, the
Tigers ran several plays that
ran out the clock on the
Conquerors' season.
Spiller finished the game
with 172 yards on 19 carries.
Mitchell carried J 8 times for
71 yards.
When asked what changed
from the first half to the
second, coach Nobles said the
coaching staff did not make
any adjustments.
"We talked nice and handed
out lollipops," Nobles said of
his halftime conversation with
his team.
After the game, Spiller, as
always, gave credit to the big
men up front for his
performance.
"I give credit to my
offensive line because without
them I couldn't go anywhere,"
Spiller said.
Tickets are now on sale in
the UCHS front office for the
Tigers' second-round playoff
game against Trinity Catholic.
They are $7 and are going
quickly.


, Score by Quarter
UCHS: 0 6
TC: 7 0


15-27
0-7


Scoring Summary
T: Harris 1 run (Steinke kick)
U: Spiller 44 run (kick blocked)
U: Spiller 2 run (pass failed)
U: Spiller 2 run (Nobles pass
from Roberts)
U; Spiller 36 run (Austin kick)


Team Statistics
U


First Downs
Rushes/Yds.
Passing Yds.
Passes(C-A-l)
Fumbles-Lost


22
51-310
30
3-13-2
1-0


TC
9
35-150
61
3-6-1
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TIGERS
Continued from p.' 4C
allowed the Celtics to gain 99
yards rushing and 265 passing.
"I think we have to become
better tacklers," Odom said.
"We missed a lot of tackles (in
that game) and we also let
them get big plays."
Those big plays included
touchdown receptions of 53
and 57 yards by wide receiver
Dion Lecom.
This week's game may have
the feel of the Tigers' rematch


with Dixie County in the 2003
season. Dixie defeated Union
during the regular season that
year and went on to win the
district championship. The
Tigers defeated Dixie in the
second round of the playoffs
en route to reaching the state
finals.
"It's similar to that," Nobles
said, "but Dixie County had
what Dixie County had.
Trinity Catholic gets (players)
from all over America. That's
the difference right there."
It's. the old public school
versus private school debate,
but Odom feels the
homegrown Tigers have
something the Celtics don't.
"They're good, but they
don't have the bond that we
have," Odom said. "We've
been together since pre-K."
Could that bond help the
Tigers get the best of the
Celtics this week and make
another run toward the state
championship game? That
remains to be seen, but there
seems to be no question that
the players are prepared to
give every ounce of effort this
Friday.
"They're talking about how
they're going to give it their
all," Odom said. "They've
been telling me in practice
how they refuse to lose. I think
that's good."


C.J. Spiller finds a hole in the Trinity Christian
defense.


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Brooker Elementary students Wyatt Collins (left) and Parker Parrish wait for
author David Mark Lopez to sign copies of their "Maddie's Magic Markers" books.


Children's author visits area


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Bradford
County
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Milner reads
to her class.
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Ashley Broderick, a
pair of fourth-grade
students, listen to the
story of "Gleam and
Glow." RIGHT: Terry
Vaughan, Bradford
County Supervisor of
Elections, was one of
six local "celebrities"
who read to Brooker
Elementary students
on Nov. 10.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Drawing pictures with magic
markers can be a fun way for


children to spend their time.
David Mark Lopez wants to
show children that learning a
little about history can be fun
as.well.
Lopez, the author and


illustrator of three children's
books in the Maddie's Magic
Markers series, paid a visit to
both Brooker and Hampton
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Children's

Book Week

observed in

Bradford...
ABOVE: Altrusa
member Cheryl
Canova helps
Stephanie Garcia with
her Thanksgiving
coloring project at the
Bradford County
Public Library. LEFT:
Altrusa member Mary
Powell read to
children-including
Hannah Vinson, Tessa
Ricker, Emily Garcia
and Daquan
Strachan-about
hungry red foxes and
pigeons who like to
drive buses.


AUTHOR
Continued from p. 6C


elementary schools on Nov.
14. He read several passages
from his books and did his best
to make the children in
attendance laugh.
Lopez greeted the children
at Brooker Elementary by
asking them if they could do
two favors for him. One was to
tell everyone they knew that
the Maddie's Magic Markers
books were the best books they
had ever read. The second
favor he asked of them was to
tell everyone they knew that
the 'author .is "incredibly
handsome."
"You're laughing a little bit
too loud there," Lopez said,
addressing the response he
received.
Laughter is an important
part of his books, Lopez said.
Humor is his way of
introducing history to 8-12-
year-olds.
That history is introduced in
the form of Maddie, a girl who
receives a set of magic
markers that truly are magical.
"When she uses them, they
take her back in time," Lopez
said.'
S''pez has written three
books so far in the Maddie's
Magic. Marker series: "Walk
Like, an Egyptian," "Ride Like


an Indian" and "Run Like a
Fugitive." He plans on writing
nine more books, each one
corresponding to a particular
color of marker in Maddie's
collection.
Each book, which Lopez,
also published himself, takes
its readers into a bygone era
and also introduces them to
strong, female characters. For
example, Lopez' latest book
has Maddie traveling back to
the end of the Civil War and


includes Harriet Tubman, the
abolitionist who was involved
in the Underground Railroad.
Students had the opportunity
to ask Lopez questions and he,
in turn, asked a few of his
own. He asked students where
they would like to see Maddie
go in future books and
encouraged them to e-mail him
with further suggestions.
"I might use one of your
ideas for one of Maddie's
future adventures," Lopez said.


David Mark Lopez gets some assistance during his reading from Brooker
Elementary student Mariah Demps.


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GET'EM WHILE THEY'RE
hot! 05 Manufactured
homes, must go all credit
accepted Call 352-473-
9005.
INTEREST RATES as low
as 4.7% won't last much
longer. Get your new
home! Call 352-473-
9005.
2006, 28x40, with furniture
for $32,900. Just a few at
this price. Call 352-473-
9005.
DOUBLE WIDE MH Key-
stone area. 2BR/2BA
roofover, carport, quest
house, workshop, shed &
greenhouse. Located on
SR 100. Just in time for
Christmas. Call 352-473-
7831.


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28x80, 2006 model, 4+2,-
for only $51,800 price is
negotiable. Call Mike at
352-373-5428.
OVER STOCK inventory
will sacrifice Fleetwood,
2006, model 32x74,
4BR/3BA and has a
study for $59,995. In-
cludes setup, delivery, 5
ton AC, skirting and
steps. Call Mike at 352-
378-6024.
2006 4+2 FOR $39,995.
Includes 2 mini decks,
AC, skirting, setup, and
delivery. Factory special!
Hurry before sale ends!
Call Mike at 352-373-
5428.
USED 28X52 GREAT con-
dition like new includes
popular.options like, ply-
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$21,000. Call Mike at
352-375-3408.
BRAND NEW 2006,
Fleetwood, 32x56, 4+2,
loaded for $46,995.
Setup and delivery in-
cluded for a short time
only! Call Mike at 352-
378-6024.
1989 USED SINGLE
WIDE, 2+2 with glamour
bath, setup and delivered
for only $9995. Call Mike
at 352-378-1008.
L/H PACKAGE 3BR, 2005
MH only $427.51 per
month plus $2500 down.
Call Ed at 904-964-1817.
NEW 2005 4BR mobile
home and land only
$501.65. A bargain no
money down! Call Ed at
904-964-1817.
PRE QUALIFY for your
manufactured home loan
by phone, no cost to you.
Call John at 904-964-
1462.
RENTERS WANTED stop
giving you hard earned
money away! Put it to-
wards the new manufac-
tured home of your
dreams. Call John and
find out how 904-964-
1478.
RED TAG SALE on new
manufactured home. 0%
down L/H Call Lance toll
free 866-964-1817 and
save.
50 For Rent
3BR, MH, for rent, close to
RMC, Call 386-496-
2599.
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-692-4343:
www.newhouse411 .com.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA, 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved rbads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$105-$115./wk. Room
without bath, $90. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1 & 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
.al, and-que "-aImo-..
iphere Locate on
SRI6 10 Soujthern ;
V.iiaz Dnve, Starke, FI'or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067,678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile
home, 2BR/2BA, A/C,
heat, $550 per month. A
security deposit plus first
and last months rent is
required. Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189.
HUGE 3BR/2BA SWMH on
1/3 acre, pets consid-
ered. $400 month and
$400 security. Keystone
area. Call 352-478-2697.
2BR/2BA MH on one acre
close to Keystone. $500
month $500 security. Call
352-475-6260. 50
HIDDEN OAKS, Lake But-
ler for rent mobile
homes', 3BR/2BA or
2BR/1BA. Call 386-867-
2099.
SILVER LAKE, KEY-
STONE area, 2BR MH,
large enclosed porch,
quiet, safe area. $475
month. Lawn care in-
cluded. Large discount
for seniors. Call 352-
473-5214.
2BR/1BA FURNISHED
apt, CH/A, back porch,
located at 626 N. Church
St. $450 per month. Call
964-5762, apply at 518
N. Church St. 1st & Last
Dep.
LARGE 2 BR upstairs
apartment for rent. Lo-
cated 3 miles north of
Starke on HWY 301.
$500 per month plus de-
posit. Call 904-304-4956
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/2BA DW, CH/A,
washer & dryer, $500
month, 1st, last and se-
curity. Call 352-213-
4563.
2BR/1BA, SWMH, SE-


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CLUDED area, near
SR16 and Ace Rd., and
NE 239th place, Raiford.
Call 386-431-1200.
FOR RENT, 2BR MH,
Sampson Lake, $450
per month. $400 security
deposit. No pets. Call
904-966-7031 after
10am before 9pm.
3BR/2BA DWMH $550
plus security deposit. Lg
2BR/2BA SWMH $475
plus security deposit.
Both have CH/A. Lake
Geneva MH Park, Key-.
stone Heights SR 100.
Must have good rental
history. Call Rick 352-
473-3569.
52 Animals and
Pets
HORSE BEDDING-shav-
ings, for sale, delivered by
small dump truck. Call
386-431-1536,904-966-
9312, 352-538-5564 or
386-431-9230.
CHIHUAHUA, FREE to
good home, up to date
shots, sweet dog. Call
352-473-5057.
1/2 ARABIAN-1/2 QUAR-
TER horse, filly, 3 yrs
old, good temperament,
$900. Call Linda at 904-
964-3704 or leave mes-
sage.
BASSETT HOUNDS,
AKC, born 08/15/05, 1
female, 2 males, shots
current, $275. 904-813-
4750 or 904-966-2065.
AKC WARLOCK DOBER-
MAN puppies, 6 fe-
males $500 each, 1
male $600. Call 904-
368-0521.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
SAT ONLY! 9am to 4pm,
2969 NW 223rd St.
Lawtey, off of 200A fol-
low signs. Womens
clothes, nic nacs,
dishes, & much, much
more.
YARD SALE Sat. Nov
19th. 7am-4pm. Furni-
ture, clothing, household
misc, exercise equip-
ment & truck topper.
Conerly Estates, 2nd
house on right.
ESTATE SALE Sat only!
8am until gone, 1105 N.
Thompson behind
Powells. Yard mainte-
nance equipment, furi-
ture, clothes, plants,
tons of house hold nic
nacs & a whole lot more.
BIG YARD SALE,Fri, Nov.
18th 8am to ? Go 5 miles
on 16 West to 216th St.
(Cravford Rd.) 1 mile on
the right.
YARD SALE Fri. & Sat.
8am to 2pm. CR 230 to
NE 15th St, one street
before Golf Course.
2 FAMILY, ON Blanding
St. Fri. & Sat. 8 to ?
MOVING SALE Lake
* Hampion-.Oaks ;efLof-of.s;
301, loilow signs Fn &
Sat, 8amrn T. Furnure,.
' shop tIOois iawr, gar.
den, riding mower, small
appliances, linens and
vintage items. 25 yrs of
accumulation.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
8am to 2pm. Household,
baby items, clothes
dryer, to much to list. Off
of Bayless Highway to
NW 180th St follow


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signs. Call for more info boxes. Retail $5200,
904-964-5808. sacrifice for $1400. 352-
SAT ONLY SERGER 377-9846.
SEWING machines, ce- DINING ROOM SUITE-
ramic crafts, sewing beautiful cherry table, 6
crafts, Christmas deco- chippendale chairs and
rations, lamps, tools, lighted hutch and buffet.
lawn mowers, weed eat- Brand new still boxed.
ers, radio controlled Can deliver. Retail
cars, fishing stuff, boats, $5800, sacrifice $1100.
too much to list. 1028 352-377-9846.
Meadows Dr, Starke, off MATTRESS. TWIN sets
ofSR16toward.Raiford. $89, full sets $129,
Call 904-964-7209. Queen sets $159, King
53 B Keystone sets $189. Mattress Fac-
Yard Sales tory, 441 East Brownlee
GARAGE SALE Fri & Sa St. Carpets also- large
GARAG SALEFri &, Sat, room size pieces. Save
Nov 18 & 19, 8am to a lot. Cash and carry.
4pm. 6501 Immokalee Call Sonia at 352-473-
Road. 7173 or 904-964-3888.
GIANT YARD SALE Fri & PILLOWTOP MATTRESS
Sat 8am to-4pm. Dont sale. You can save on
miss this. Everything you national brands. Shop
could want. 730 SR 26 first then compare. Full
Melrose pillowtop sets $299,
MULTI FAMILY garage queen pillowtop sets
sale, Fri & Sat 8am to $399, King $499.
1lpm, Loch Lommond Dr Memory foam sets as on
(Look for signs) clothes, Tv. o00 low to advertise.
toys, household decor, Call 352-473-7173 or
shoes, bags- and .small 904-964-3888.
appliances SIDE BY SIDE Refrigera-
PLUS CLOTHING col- torw/water & iceindoor
ecdibles. luggage, $395. Washer & Dryer
houserioto goos Fr, i& $150, Please call 352-
Sat 8am to 1pm. 6860 475-2283.
Post Oak Ct SR 100to JESSE JAMES Iced metal
immokalee to Bedford 22" rims & tires asking
Lake To Spanish Moss $1800 paid $2500.
to Post Oak rt. Brush guard for full size
FRI/SAT, 8:-? Garage, truck, $600. Call 386-
household, & toys. Left 431-1044.
8 miles to Hesket Lane. ELECTRIC WHEEL-
Signs posted. CHAIR lift for pickup
53 C Lake truck. 12 VOLT. $100
Butler Yard OBO. 32 x 72 DOOR
Saleswith built in venetian
Sales blind $125 8OO. Riding
BIG YARD SALE, Sat & Electric Scooter 3
Sun, Nov 19 & 20. An- wheels $300 OBO. Call
tiques, bicycles, Christ- 904-964-5751.
mas collectible dishes, TRAMPOLINE for sale
fencing, glassware, $50. Call 904-769-1167
good clothing, house- after 3pm.
hold, jewelry, toys, and KINGSIZE BROYHILL
more. Providence, 49th headboard w/lights, mir-
Ave SW, NEAR Elixson rors, 2 end storage cabi-
lumber. 386-365-1961. nets $100. Singer 1910
55 Wanted sewing machine for col-
LAND WANTED 25 to 250 lectors, needs belt.
acres, some wetlands Make offer. 904-964-
okay. Must close before 2369
12/15/2005. Fair price ENCLOSED 8X16 trailer,
paid.Call 904-608-5239. drop down ramp, dia-
57 For ale ond plate floor, set to
57 For Sale haul 3 motorcycles. Ask-
TV 20 INCH FLAT screen ing $4500. Call 904-782-
Toshiba, Stero TV with 3223 after 6pm.
DVD player. New $248 ATTENTION HUNTERS,
will sell for $125. Wont 1993 international, cold
fit in my RV. Call Tom storage refrigerator,
904-964-5019. walking unit, great for
KENMORE WASHER and hunting season, 8x20,
dryer, new type $100 $3,600. OBO you move.
and up each, electric Call 352-494-9672.
stove, written guarantee, 59 Personal
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904- Services
964-8801,. HOUSE OR OFFICE
BED-QUEEN orthopedic CLEANING services.
Pillowtop mattress and Honest and dependable.
box. Name brand, new in Reasonable rates, flex-
plastic, with warranty. ible schedule. Call Leisa
Can deliver. Sacrifice Jackson at 386-661-
$140. Call 352-372- 2238 or904-229-8967.
8588 ,-. BUSINESS & Commerc-al
BED-KING SIZE Pllionlop, Ioais arranged. 50K and
mattress an boispnng up. aiso re.:e,,e ca~sn ri.r
win manufactures war- -' owner financing mort-'
ranty. Brand new stiR in gage notes. For more
plastic. Can deliver. Sell information write to: PO
for $200. Call 352-372- Box 263, Raiford Fl,
7490. 32083 or call 352-283-
BEDROOM SET 7 piece 6118.
Gorgeous cherry queen/ LOSE WEIGHT for the last
king bed, dresser, mirror, time! Free samples!
2 nightstands, chest 904-346-1127 or
available, dovetail con- www.StartANew
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T.H.E. Apartments

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Newly Remodeled
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Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facilit. & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820,,if no answer
please leave message.
LEGAL FORMS- Bank-
ruptcy, divorce, wills,
contracts, deeds, corpo-
ration, notary and many
others. Call Tom at 904-
964-5019 or, 352-235-
4350 .,, .,
J & P.HOME SERVICES,
home repairs, painting
tree.trimming & more.
Local, references avail-
able. Reasonable rates.
Call Johnny or Pam at
352-473-2344.
MILLERS TREE SER-
VICE, free estimates, li-
censed and insured, 20
years experience. Call
904-796-0129.
KENDO KAN DO, need
something done around
y-'ur hnuSe Peu ,ur.'i
washing, lawn care,
landscaping, carpentry,
cleaning, house paint-
ng an i nris .:.I odl |lotu
Reliablejreferences pro-
vided,.reasonable rates.
Call 904-964-3704.
65 Help
Wanted
AVON REPS WANTED!
Need extra $ for
christmas or entire year.
Good pay. Fun and ben-
efits. Call Maggie at 352-
473-9307.
LPN'S, RN'S & CNA'S
needed for all shifts. Top
payl Call 866-485-4220
or 904-221-3151.
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access*Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location. Will
train with great potential
for advancement. Train
to be a punch operator,
-,ibrake operator, grinder,


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run a hardware press,
etc. First and second
shift possibilities. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP. Good benefits.
352-473-4984.
LAWN MAINTENANCE-
Individual to do mowing,
trimming, general out-
door clean up. Full time,
excellent benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,
finish, roofing, concrete/
Block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
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training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, full
time 40 hours week. Ap-.
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
,experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
SALES CONSULTANT,
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening .
for sales consultant. Po-
sition offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected foran interview
will be contacted. EOE.

DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nity: We are looking for
dependable, self moti-
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working in a retail deliv-
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If you have a valid driv-
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DOT driving require-
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GVWR greater than
10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs, please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-


200 ACRE RANCH
This exquisite property features
pasture, a creek, wooded area and
has deer and turkeys. It is zoned
AG11 and can be subdivided with
3,900 ft. on paved road frontage.
Close to town, a great place to build
your dream home or your own sub-
division. $10,000.00 per acre.
Call Russell Raulerson
or Ron Blake for more information

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FULL TIME ADMIN ASST
for vibrant United Meth-
odist Church, admin and
people skills a must.
Resumes must be re-
ceived by Dec 9,2005 at
FUMC, P 0 Box 157,
Starke, FL.32091. Salary
negotiable, send in-
quires: firstunitedmeth
@earthlink.net.
STRUCTUAL STEEL
erection foreman,
excellent pay, benefits,
vehicle provided. Call
904-707-8262
SEEKING A MOTIVATED
experienced profes-
sional to work for an en-
vironmental consulting
firm. Highly organized
and detail oriented indi-
vidual needed. Must
have experience in oral/
written communication,
good customer service
and advanced computer
skills. Must have knowl-


edge of word, excel and
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ment. Competitive pay
for reliable person with
good work history.
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send resume to: AASI,
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HELP WANTED MEDICAL
full time RN for dialysis
center, exp preferred, on
the job training provided.
We offer an excellent
benefit package includ-
ing paid time off, health
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and 401K. Apply at
Starke Dialysis Center,
444 West Madison St.
904-964-8822
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,


CHRYSLER

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Career-minded

Sales People Needed

Good pay structure
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Insurance & 401k
Great organization

Call
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or apply in person at
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Experienced Cook
Needed

Local Full-Service Restaurant
Competitive Salary Based on Exp.
(Positive attitude essential)
Call Matthew at

352-316-2934
M-W-F* 2- 4pm
A Great Working Environment"
DFWP- EOE





This is what our average
Driver earns, could be more.

Class A CDL Required.
Great Benefits and 401k.
Flatbed drivers wanted now!
Minimum 3 out of 4 weekends
Home guaranteed each month.
Call Amy, Jessica, or Rachel
Now at:
800 545 3230
Owner Operators needed also!!







CIMMINITY COLLEGE

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FOR SPRING 2006
Anatomy & Physiology
I and II (night)
College level Math
Computer Science
Must have master's degree with minimum
18 graduate hours in field.
Contact Paula Cifuentes
S(386) 754-4260 or
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edu
Business Communications and Business
Math at Lancaster Correctional Inst.
Bachelor's degree and teaching
experience required.
Nail Tech Instructor (night)
Licensed nail technician with 2 yrs
experience in nails and pedicures or
licensed cosmetologist w/ 3 years exp in
nails & pedicures.
Esthetics Instructor (night)
Licensed esthetician/facial specialist/ 2
yrs experience in esthetics/facial care or
licensed cosmetologist with 3 yrs exp in
esthetics/facial care
Welding Substitute Instructor (night)
Certified w/2 yrs exp or 5 yrs total exp in
SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW & pipe
joint welding
HVAC Substitute Instructor (night)
Certified HVAC technician w/2 yrs exp or
completion of HVAC training
& 4 yrs exp.
Contact Dennis Tarkington
(386) 754-4230 or
Starkingtond@lakecitycc.edu
College application and transcripts
required. Application available on the '
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
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shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed. Welding,
machinery, and general
farm maintenance. Pay
up to $10 per hour, de-
pending upon experi-
ence. Call 386-462-
1016.
STAFF NEEDED TO work
with disabled persons,
must have experience,
high school diploma or
GED, days and evening
hours. Call 904-966-
2100.
DAYCARE DIRECTOR and
teacher positions avail-
able in Starke. Director
applicant must have cre-
dentials. Fax resume
352-336-9421.
SUPERVISOR TRAINEE





DAVIS EXPRESS,
INC. a refrigerated
carrier with 125 truck
fleet, operating.
throughout the
southeast from their
terminal at Hwy 301
South, Starke, FL
now has openings for
the following:

- Customer Service
Representative
. Receptionist/Log
Clerk/Safety
Assist.
* Trailer Mechanic

BCBS, 401k,
Dental, Life, Disability
Ins. Experience in
trucking industry
desirable, but not
required.

Resume can be
faxed to
904-964.5419,
emailed to
Diane(aDDavis-
Express.com
or apply in person.
No phone calls
please.
DFWP

Check out our Cars...
We really mean it! At
Enterprise Rent-A-
Car, the largest car
rental company in
North America, we
.not only want to rent
the most cars --we-
'also waht to rent'the
cleanest, best
maintained cars.
That's where you "
come in. If you can
check out our cars
and make them
shine, we have a
great job for you!

CAR
PREP

You'll clean and prep
rental cars. We
require a clean
driving record and
valid Florida driver's
license. Candidate
must also be 21
years old or a full-
time college student.
You'll make at least
$7.00/hr. in this part-
time position.
Apply in person at
560 S. Walnut St,
Starke, FL 32091
EOE, M/F/DNV


needed. Building Prod-
ucts Industry seeks an
ambitious, energetic,
mechanically inclined
person for a Manage-
ment Trainee position.
Prefer 2-year degree.
We are an EECC, Drug
free workplace. 401K,
health/dental/life insur-
ance, paid holidays/va-
cations. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, 6640
CR 218, Maxville, FL or
fax resume to (904) 289-
7736.
DRIVER DEDICATED re-
gional, Coastal Trans-
port, Home every week-
end guaranteed! 65%
preloaded/pretarped,
average $818-$896
week. Jacksonville, FI
Terminal. CDL-A re-
quired 877-428-5627.
www.ctdrivers.com
CARPENTERS, FRAM-
ERS, builders, Monday-
Friday, 8 to 10 hrs a day.
Call Sonny@ 740-442-
1017.
CLERICAL WORK from
home. $250 to $500 per
wk. Helping US com-
pany process.HUD/FHA
refunds. Call N.T.A. 800-
798-8119
TEAM TRUCK DRIVER
Looking.for a female, for
team truck driving. Call
386-916-1409.
KITCHEN UTILTIY/DISH-
WASHER position FT.
Good working conditions
and excellent benefits.
Apply Penney Retire-
ment Community, 800-
638-3138 or 904-284-
8200 Drug Free Work-
place & EOE.
DETAILERS NEEDED exp
a plus. Call Kendall at
352-274-3495.
PRE-SCHOOL TEACH-
ERS 2 full time positions
^TA II


available. Competitive
starting salary, based on
exp. and education. In-
surance, retirement and
vacation benefits. Call
Northside Christian
Academy Pre-School at
904-964-7124, ask for
Glenda.
PRESCHOOL TEACHER
Full time childcare and
teaching responsibilities
for 1 year olds or 2 year
olds. Christian Pre-
school is expanding. Call
Ms. Bennett (904) 964--
8835.,
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator 2
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required..
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired.
EMERGENCY PRE-
PAREDNESS PLAN-
NER-Bradford County is
accepting applications
for a full time Emergency
Preparedness Planner.
The Preparedness Plan-
ner is responsible for
technical work and pro-
duction of planning
documents as well as
develops emergency-
management plans; de-
velops operational
guidelines; establishes
Standard Operational
Guides (SOG); analyzes
collected data or infor-
mation for making! rec-
ommendations- to the
Emergency Manage-
ment Director regarding
compliance with the
County and State Com-
prehensive Emergency
Management Plans


(CEMP).The minimun
qualifications include a
High School Diploma or
General Equivalency Di-
ploma (GED) and two (2)
years experience in
emergency prepared-
ness planning. A Bach-
elors Degree in the field
of planning, business or
public administration
may substitute for one (1)"
years exp. in the field of
Emergency Prepared-
ness Planning. Applica-
tions may be.turned in or
mailed to Clerk of the
Court, P 0 Drawer B,
945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is Friday,
December 2, 2005 at
4:00pm, Applications
and job description
forms are available at
the Clerk of the Courts
Office, located in the
Bradford County Court-
house, The Alachua/
Bradford Career Center,
609 North Orange
Street, Rm. 09-19,
Starke, FL 32091-2434
or via the county website
at www.bradford-co-
flaorg. The county re-
serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer.
GAINESVILLE based
company looking for
hard working, drug free
applicants with good


driving records. Tower
experience preferred.
Light travel, good pay &
benefits. Call 352-375-
7734.


WANTED PLUMBER/car-
penter with own tools
and truck to remodel
home in Starke. Prefer
someone who takes


pride in their work and
reliable. Flexible sched-
ule and good pay for the
right individual. Call 352-
473-4488.


We're continuing to grow and in need of-
qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on
experience. Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
St. in Lake Butler or call 1-800-808-3052.


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Needed for Keystone Heights branch office.

Barker & Barker, P.A,
of Jaclksonville
A Jacksonville-based Real Estate and Transactional Law Firm
At least 3 years experience required. Non-
smoker. Submit resume to:
mbarker@barker-law.com


PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS

2 Full-Time Positions Available

4- Competitive starting salary

based on experience and education


At RentWay, we're more
than just a rental/purchase
company We Are Family!
If you're looking fora a.-
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that offers competitive pay, great benefits,
promotion from within, and a five-day workweek
with Sundays off, we could be the employer
for you! Come Join The RentWay Family!
Account Representative
We're seeking professional, career-minded
individuals to manage our customers' rental/
purchase accounts, handle customer inquiries,
deliver merchandise, troubleshoot accounts,
promote new rentals and manage cash and
record keeping.
Opportunities are available In Starke, FL
Get In on the ground floor of our "new"
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Indians fall 35-0 to South Sumter


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Keystone Heights' defense
yielded just one score in the
first half, but the South Sumter
Raiders eventually wore the
visiting Indians down, scoring
on four consecutive
possessions to win 35-0 in a
Region 2-Class 2A semifinal
game on Nov. I 1 in Bushnell.
"They just had too many
weapons for us," Keystone
head coach Chuck Dickinson
said.
One of those weapons was
quarterback Jarrod Fleming,
who completed 10-of-14
passes for 136 yards and three
touchdowns.
The Raiders (10-1) also had
248 yards on the ground, .led
by 245-pound fullback Richard
Kelly, who had 117 yards and
one touchdown on 15 carries.
Dickinson admitted the
South Sumter offense was hard
to defend.
"They did an excellent job
of carrying out their fakes and
they're a well-coached team,"
Dickinson said. "They'll
probably have a good game
with Bolles. I imagine it'll be a
close game and they'll have a
chance to win it."
Dickinson was referring to
the Region 2 championship
game, which will pit. the
fourth-ranked Raiders against
second-ranked Bolles. That
game will be played in
Bushnell.
Meanwhile, the Indians end
their season with a 7-4 record,
but the program earned its first
playoff berth under Dickinson
(and its first since 1998). The
season continued the eventual
improvement Dickinson has
been working toward since he
became the team's head coach
in 1999. The Indians have now
finished with winning seasons
two straight years after
finishing 5-5 or worse the
previous seven years.


Keystone linebacker Jacob Elliot (far right) makes his way into the backfield as
South Sumter quarterback Jarrod Fleming prepares to throw a pass.


"Hopefully next year's
group will build off of this,
work hard in the offseason and
take it to the next
level-getting into the playoffs
and winning a game,"
Dickinson said.
Keystone actually had an
opportunity to score first
against the Raiders. The
Indians forced South Sumter's
offense to go three-and-out on
the game's opening series,
then put together a time-
consuming 52-yard drive that
resulted in a first-and-goal at
the South Sumter 4-yard line.
Josh MangLis had a 17-yard
reception and running back
Wil Breton had seven carries
for 19 yards to help the effort.
Breton kept the drive alive
with a 1-yard' run on fourth-
and-inches, then had two
consecutive runs of 1 yard
each, giving Keystone third-
and-goal at the 2. However,
Breton and quarterback Blake
Lott collided on the handoff
and Breton was dropped for a
3-yard loss.
Placekicker Michael


McLeod then missed a 22-yard
field goal, leaving the game
scoreless with 1:30 remaining
in the opening quarter.
Dickinson said the Indians
did exactly what they wanted
to do on that first drive. If they
scored, he felt it would have
been a big confidence boost.
"I think if we had gotten the
ball in the end zone there it
would have been a whole
different game," Dickinson
said.
South Sumter got its offense
going on its second possession,
though the Raiders almost






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failed to score as well.
The Raiders had a first down
at the Keystone 20 when
Fleming's pass to Everett in
the end zone was broken up by
Keystone's Greg Taylor.
Taylor leapt high in the air and
got both hands on the ball, but
could not come down with the
interception.
Kelly, on the next play,
bulled his way through the
heart of the defense to score on
a 20-yard run at the 9:54 .mark
of the second quarter. Kody

See KHHS, p. 11C


"7aklng Care of B#sness "


Lake Butler Office
410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


MAIN OFFICE
100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.com


Keystone Heights
Melrose Office
7380 SR-21
Keystone Heights
352-473-4550


Ibere
West Call Street
between Bay and
Broadway streets


Friday,
Nov. 25
From 4-8 p.m.


General gun

season opens

By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor

"Oh what a feeling!"
No, we're not talking about
driving a new Toyota. We're
talking about getting ready for
opening day of the general gun
season, which started
Saturday, Nov. 12, in our
Central Hunting Zone.
The anticipation that many
hunters feel the night before
opening day can be described.
as little more than crazy-an
adrenaline rush much like an
8-year-old experiences on
Christmas Eve, trying to get to
sleep in a hurry so that he can
wake up fast and go see the
surprises under the tree.
We hunters are the same.
For many hunters, opening day
is probably the most
anticipated day of the hunting
calendar. We just can't wait to










Charlie .
Jempson is ,
pictured with ,-
one of the 9-
pointers he ;
took with his
muzzleloader
on Oct. 29 ,'| |
while hunting
with friend 4
Larry Weist.


get out there, climb our stands
and look for surprises under
the tree.

Mother-and-son.
team
On opening day this year,
the mother-and-son team of
'Diana Rothwell and 13-year-
old Miqhael headed out to
private property in Bradford
County for two deer hunts-
one in the morning and one in
the evening.
Diana said, "We were
headed to the stand around 6
a.m. and saw two rabbits
darting across the road. We
continued and saw another
rabbit (they were actually
pretty big for wild rabbits). We
saw deer tracks and turkeys,
but didn't see a deer all day. I
actually had a lot of fun with
Michael. and he thought it was
cool to have his. mom hunting
with him. We plan on going
again next weekend."
Michael is an eighth-grader
at Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr.

See FINS, p. 11C


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Now that's a keeper! Hank Hodges of Lawtey hoists
a 32-inch, 15.25-pound flounder, which he caught off
of a live finger mullet from Nassau Sound. The state-
record flounder is 22.75 pounds.


FiN during antlerless deer seas
F I Nw is: ONE antlered deer a
Continued from p. 10C OE antlerless deer or T
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iHigh School. 'He:harvested his
first wild hog last year on the
'same property and he just got
:his mount back from the
-taxidermist.' -- -
As Diana described the hunt,
commenting about the patience
required, -she added, "I told
one of, my friends this
morning, 'It's not hunting, it's
waiting.'"
.Waiting. That says it all.
Might as well sit back, and
enjoy the sights and sounds of
nature. It can be quite a show,
while you are waiting.


Antlerless deer week
Doe week (antlerless deer)
starts this Saturday, Nov. 19,
and runs just seven days,
ending Friday evening, Nov.
25. (Note: The daily bag limit,


KHHS
Continued from p. 10C

Stump's extra-point capped the
10-play, 80-yard drive.
The Indians moved the ball
well on their second
possession, thanks to the arm
of Lott. The junior quarterback
completed four passes for 27
yards, including a 12-yard
strike to Taylor over the
middle of the field that gave
Keystone a first down at the
South Sumter 45.
The Indians, however, had.
to punt after three straight
incompletions, which included
Lott just overthrowing a diving
_Mangus inside the 10-yard
line.
South Sumter's Stump
missed a 40-yard field goal on
the Raiders' next drive,
leaving Keystone trailing just
7-0 at the half. However, the
close game quickly slipped
away from the Indians when
Lott was intercepted on
Keystone's first two
possessions of the second half.
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made by the Raiders' Marc
Stephens at his own 25, Three
runs by Kelly netted 34 yards
and helped the Raiders move
to the Keystone 20. From
there, South Sumter appeared
as if it would run the ball with
three backs lined up behind
Fleming. Instead, Fleming
dropped back to pass and
hooked up with a wide-open
Terrance Stephens for a
touchdown and a ,14-0 lead.
Brady Jackson picked off
Lott's next pass at the
Keystone 32. The Raiders
scored six plays later on a 10-
yard touchdown reception by
Dravius Rice.
Keystone's offense gained
just two first downs the rest of
the way, punting three times
and turning the ball over on a
fumble.
"The kids played hard, but
once we got down, they wore
us out," Dickinson said.

Thank you...
Dickinson wished to express
his thanks to the following
businesses for sponsoring
pregame meals this season:,
Capital City Bank, Douglas,


KHHS ties Fort

White in boys. soccer


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


a child or young They had many scoring
ting next week? opportunities, but the Keystone
MyFWC.com and Heights Indians just could not
the Ten capitalize on them, settling for
mehts for Hunting a I-all tie against Fort White in
plan out a trip. a boys' soccer match on Nov.
m and be safe. 10 in Fort White.
Keystone (1-0-1 prior to
our outdoors Nov. 15) trailed 1-0 when
Hayden Rodel, taking a pass
and photos from Drew Wingate, scored in
have an outdoors the 69t" minute.
otos you would like The Indians had many first-
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;es of the Bradford Keystone head coach Trevor
legraph, the Lake Waters said Fort White did a
nitor and the Union good job with its counter-
ies. attack in the second half, but
Keystone goalie Gino Coiana
made some impressive saves.
Freshman sweeper Justin
Hedding also shut down every
Fort White offensive effort
2;;:,..: during the match, Waters said.
Ja ....on Co 6n-ro ,- 1-:'" .ysone' started off the
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in Keystone's 5-2 loss to Class
5A Colubmia. The Indians got
goals from Bennett, Wingate
and Dustin Hayre on assists
from Gober (two) and Hayre in
-a win over host Suwannee.
The Indians got hat tricks
from.. strikers Bennett and
Gober as they opened the
regular season with an 8-0 win
over Hawthorne on Nov. 8 in
Ha% thorne.
Bennett ended the match in
the 55th minute when he scored
his final -goal off of an assist
from Wingate.
Keystone, which led 4-0 at
the half, also got goals from
Hayre and Wingate. Gober had
three assists and Bennett had
two.
The match provided goalie
Coiana with his first career
shutout.
Keystone played Clay-on
Nov. 15 and will travel to play
district opponent Crescent City
on Friday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m.
The Indians then travel to play
St. Augustine on Tuesday,
Nov. 22, at 6 p.m.


.-, ,,. -. --,- .... .
Wil Breton (right) tries to catch a pass in front of
South Sumter defensive back Mario Elder.


Douglas and Farnsworth
CPA, Helen Hersey Realty,
Hitchcock's, Johnny's Bar-B-.
Q and Catering, Keystone
Building Center-True Value,
Keystone Title, Market Street
Mortgage, Roberts Insurance,
Taylor and Taylor and Town
and Contry Veterinary Clinic.
. Special thanks go to
Keystone Title and Taylor and
Taylor PA for providing the
pregame meal prior to the
South Sumter game.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 0 0 0 0-0
SSHS: 0 7 21 7-35


Scoring Summary
S: Kelly 20 run (Stump kick)
S: Stephens 20 pass from
Fleming (Stump kick)
S: 'Rice 10 pass from
Fleming (Stump kick)
S: Everett 22 pass from
Fleming (Stump kick)
S: Smith 15 run (Stump
kick)


Team Statistics
K
First Downs 11
Rushes/Yds. 22-30
Passing Yds. 120
Passes 14-27-2
Fumbles-Lost 2-1
Penalties 3-25


S
20
33-248
136
10-14-0
0-0
4-30


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holds up the
fish he caught
Friday while
fishing with
his uncles on
the Santa Fe
River in
Graham. This
was his first
time fishing,
and he caught
speckled
perch, bream
and catfish
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