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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Noteworthy


BMS students
served after
school, on
weekends
Saturday School will be held
during the month of October at
Bradford Middle School on Oct. 7,.
14, 21 and 28 from 9 a.m. to noon.
These classes are designed.to help
with current academic classes as
well as FCAT testing. Parents are
responsible for transportation to and
from the school.
After-school tutoring is available
on Tuesda3s and Thursdays from
2:45-3:45.p.m. Students can receive
homework help or small group
tutoring during that .time.
Computer Lab is also open
,on Tuesdays. and' Thursdays -from
2:45-3:45. Students ma)y ork on
technology projects, Internet research
or FCAT Explorer.
Bus transportation is available for
the afier-school sessions onl\. A
permission slip went home and.is
required for students to attend .these
programs. Please return ASAP.
Contact Gayle W'ealer at BMS,
19041 966-6705 for any additional
information.

YMCA needs
reading mentors
The YMCA Reads program at
Southside Elementar\ needs adult
volunteerss to mentor students. The
program matches first- and second-
graders "\ho are struggling \ith
reading with a volunteerr mentor.
This is also an excellent
opportunity for high school students
seeking' volunteer experience. '
YMCA %%ill train volunteerss in
working w ith students. The program
takes place at Southside Elementary
School cafeteria from 3-5 p.m.,
Monday -Thursday.
If) ou would like more information,
please call (904) 964-VMCA.

Hunter safety
course at
career center
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is
publicizing a public safety course.
that will be offered in October at
the Bradford-Union Area Career a.id
Technical Center.
Class dates are Oct. 10, .12, 17
arid 19 from.6 p.m. to 9 p.m., with
a range date at Bradford Sporting
Clays on Oct. 21 at 8 a.m.
Students can register online at
MyFWC.com/huntered or by calling.
the Lake City office at- (386) 758-
0525.

Looking
for a pet?-
PAWS of Bradford County will
hold a pet adoption event this
Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. in the parking lot of Wal-Mart
Supercenter.
Dogs and cats in need of homes
are available at no cost, although
potential owners are expected to
have the animal spayed or neutered.
Stop by the event to adopt a
new friend or to become involved
with PAWS, Bradford County's all-
volunteer animal welfare agency. ,,

School board in
session
Oct. 9
The Bradford County School
Board will hold its next meeting
on Monday, Oct. 9, at 6 p.m. in the
boardroom at the district offices, 501
W. Washington St.
School board meetings and
workshops are open to the public,
and an agenda.is available in advance..
in the office of the receptionist. For
more information, call (904) 966-
6800.


Conference center will

be named for Gov. Johns


SCenarios considered for impact fee implementation


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
As much "heartburn" as the\
say they are experiencing over the
immediate effect of impact fees on
local residents, county commissioners
say they are also.concerned for-local
business owners.
Commissioner John Cooper said
Oct. 2 that he has been playing
with the idea of basing the impact
-_fees on commercial development on
the intensity of each development
under the county's land development
regulations, tying the final impact fee
amounts to zoning categories.
While a schedule wasn't ready for
discussion, this direction would place


" higher fees on- .larger commercial
and industrial developments, giving
smaller businesses, which tend to be
local, a smaller share of the burden
of funding infrastructure.
"I think we can come up with
a much more rational and realistic
- impac-t -fee-----for commercial
businesses," Cooper said, adding that
some of the proposed commercial
fee levels made no sense to him and
some were too high to, be considered
fair. .
.The county--is also beginning to
_look at offering incentives, like'
'property tax relief, in order to attract
new commercial and industrial
development.


It is also possible that commercial
development, like residential
development, will see impact fees
phased in over five years. Unlike
-residential development, commercial
de elopers won't be expected to pay
impact fees for school, recreation or
libraries.
And while the -school board has
recommended the county implement
S-the full $4,501 impact fee for schools
from the get-go, that may not happen.
More consideration is being given to
splitting the fee for schools and roads
'in half, implementing the full amount
over two years.
In doing so, impact fees for
residential development would be


$4,167.50 in the first year instead of
$8,335. Fees for a new mobile home
would be $3,424.50 in the first year
instead of $6,849.
By year two, the full amount
for roads and schools' would be
charged. Subsequent years would
add fees for fire sert ice (to include
EMS), parks' and recreation, law
enforcement, public buildings and
libraries. The grand total, based on a
study conducted by the University of
Florida's James Nicholas, is $10,245
for a single-family home, $8,872 for
a mobile home. Each includes the
.$4.501--fee-for-schols, which was
derived from a separate stid."
See FEES, p. 10A


Out-of-town buyer may save old Starke armory


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A businessman with a penchant for
restoring historic structures may save
the old armory on U.S. 301:-
John Reeves of Fairbanks Gold
Company, a mining company in
Alaska, saw the. building was for sale
as he was driving through town.
After touring the building, the city
says Reeves has plans to purchase it,
restore it to its former glory and place
in on, the national historic registry,
after which it will serve as a museum
of local history.
Ironically, Main Street Starke
Irc.'s Carol Berry had requested the
city pull the property off the market
while she pursued a grant to renovate
the building as a museum, but the
city hesitated since revenue from the


sale will help build a badly needed
Srecreation'facility. .. ..
The offer of $300,000 is below the
appraised property valueof $450,000.
While the clty hopes to increase the
offer, it is also understood-that a good
deal of Reeves' own money would.
be used to restore the building.
While the posting of the property
did draw interest from several
parties, Reeves' is the only offer
actually submitted. The sooner the
deal is done,' the sooner the city can
put money toward the construction
of its new recreation facility.
The recreation department wants
the new building ready to open for.
its summer kids program, but that
will take some doing. Plans for the
recreation building have been sent
back to the drawing board. Architect
Spyros Drivas' first submission


would have cost the city an estimated'
$2 million for the five-phase project.


The new plan will be a scaled back
See ARMORY, p. 3A


Bradford victim in

frat party incident


A Bradford County female
juvenile was one of three young
women ,who reported that they
may have been drugged at a Pi
Kappa Alpha (Pike) Fraternity
party in Gainesville Oct. 2.
. According to police reports,
the three young women woke up
three or four hours after allegedly
having something to drink at the
party. Each of the three woke up
in a different location and went to


Gainesville hospitals.
Gainesville Police Department
Captain Lynne Benck said
witnesses described the girls as
being "excessively" drunk for the
amount they had been drinking.
* Law enforcement officials
report that the girls believe they
were drugged.
No charges had been filed as of
press time, but the investigation
is ongoing.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section. III

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CIS must raise S4.725 for each
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plall on atlendiillg ,a lour- ear
_ollege. The I-loridi Prepaid .
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Scholarship recipients
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the student prel'ers those career
choices.
There are currently 23
participating students, and
'each addition to the program
increases the amount of money
.take Stock relies on the
community to help raise.
Take Stock also looks to the
community for mentorship.
In order, to help ensure that
participants can meet the terms
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Proposed BC School District

Organizational Chart 2007-2008


School. Board H



I Superintendent (Harry Hatcher) I ,-


Legal Services
(Contracted)


Director of Technology and
Information Services
(Lanier Clyatt)


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Executive Director for
Business Services and
Central Operations
(Rick Ezzell)

Director of Finance _
(Julee Tinsler)

Director of Human
Resources
(Not a position now,
school board has no
plans to fill in future)


Assistant Superintendent
for Teaching and Learning
Services and School
Operations (Becky Reddish
and Rick Ezzell)


I
School
Principals


Supervisor of
Transportation -
(Otha Miller)

Supervisor
of Facilities,
Construction -
and Maintenance
Services
(J.E. Mott)

Supervisor of Food
Service -
(Dottie Rondelli)

The names in parentheses are the
people who are currently responsible
for the duties In each category. The
school board will discuss these
proposed changes further and vote at a
later date.


Director of School
- Improvement and
Accountability
(Carol Clyatt)

Director of ESE and
- Student Services.
(Karl Wendell)
I
Coordinator of
Prekindergarten
Services
(Cindy Devalerio)

Director of Special
- Programs
(Carolyn Folsom)


Director of
Vocational-
Technical, Adult
and Community
Education
(Clarence DeSue)


Coordinator of
Alternative Education
(Lisa Graham) I


School board mulls organizational changes


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The school board is not
proposing to add districl-
lelel administrators to the
payroll. bit it is discussing
a recommendation by the
Florida Association of District
Superintendents which
proposes changes to the current
organization.
After a study of the current
Bradford organizational
structure, the association niade
a recommendation that included
assigning different duties to
some of the existing district
administrators and adding a
director of human resources as
a new position.
"I don't think we need to try
to embrace a new position at
this time," said Superintendent
Harry Hatcher to the school
board in a Sept. 26 workshop.
He said he would not be
making a recommendation
to add a director of human
resources to the payroll, in spite
of the FADS proposal. If the
position is eventually approved
as a part of the proposed
Bradford organizational chart,
it would still take another
school board vote to actually


fill the position.
In addition tp the ne"w
director's position, the proposed
chart rearranges some of the
duties district-level personnel
are currently assigned.
One of the biggest changes in
the proposal would Lake some
of the duties currently assigned
to Assistant Superintendent
Rick Ezzell and Director of
Curriculum Becky Reddish and
reorganize them.
Ezzell iscurrently responsible
for school operations, business
services and central operations.
School principals are directly
responsible to him. Reddish
is responsible for curriculum,
teaching and learning services.
The FADS proposal %would
have an assistant superintendent
responsible for teaching and
learning services and school
operations. School principals
would be directly responsible
to this person.
The proposal has business
services and central operations
as the responsibility of an
executive director.
There would still be two
people performing all of
those duties-just as there
are now-but the two people
would be swapping some of


their responsibilities.
It has not been decided
\ which proposed position would d
be held h\ Ezzell and whichh
would d he held by Reddish.
The association also
recommended that the tl\o
positions be paid equally.
Currently. Ezzell's position
ranks aboe Reddish's and is
paid at a higher salary.
The proposal also
recommends making the
position currentIl held by
Carol Clyatt a director's
position. It is currently termed
a supervisor's position. The
difference there would mainly
be in terminology.
The FADS proposal
included salary increases for
some of the existing district-
level positions, and Hatcher
estimated implementing
all of the increases, without
adding the director of human
resources, would cost the
district approximately an
additional $20,000 to $25,000
per year.
Of course, the school board
can decide to implement the
changes to the organizational
chart without approving the
See CHANGES, p. 4A


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Development Council back on.
track promoting local festivals
and events is a possible increase
in the bed tax levied on hotels
and motels. That would double
the $4,000 or so the council
receives every month, most
of which is being used to
make the monthly mortgage
payments and pay the chamber
of commerce for its services to
the council.,
An increase in the bed tax
from 2 to. 4 percent has drawn
fire from hotel and motel,
owners in the past, who said
the increases they would have
to, charge customers would
negatively impact their ability
to compete with overnight.
accommodations in neighboring
communities.
The county commission,
however, seemed generally
supportive of the bed tax
increase during the workshop,
rejecting the idea that a 2 percent
increase in room charges-an
average. $1.55 more-would
drive customers to hotels in
other areas.
That was backed up by a study
from chamber of commerce
CEO Ron Lilly showing hotel
and motel rates in Bradford
County to be comparable or
even less expensive than rates
in Alachua, Baker, Clay, Duval
and Putnam counties.
County commissioners also
like the bed tax because it is a
tax primarily paid by travelers,
not their constituents.
It is also believed the
presence of a conference center,
like other events and attractions
in Bradford County, will keep
local hotel rooms booked, not
empty.
According to Lilly, appraisals
of the property, even after the
first phase of improvements,
show the county's investment
in the conference center has
grown. Originally appraised at
$750,000, the county purchased
the building and surrounding
acreage for $370,000. Its value
is now appraised at more than
$1 million, and finishing the


improvements to the conference
center could take the value to-as
much as $2 million, Lilly said.
The center has been accepting
bookings since June. Even as
.it is,. bookings increase each
time it is advertised locally,
according to Lilly. Revenue
from those bookings pays for
the operational costs of the
facility.
Once the facility is equipped
with proper parking and the
exterior face-lift is completed,
marketing of the facility will be
expanded.



ARMORY
Continued from p. 1A

version of the first, to be
constructed on Edwards Road,
where grant funds are being
used to improve the ballpark
with new amenities.
A new facility is needed to
avoid a repeat of last summer,
,during which equipment for
the summer program had to
be shuffled in and out of a
fairgrounds building each
week.
The new facility will replace
not only the armory but also
the Pratt Street facility, which
was removed after the property
was deeded to the county for
construction of a new public
library. It will become the city's
central recreation facility,



NRSWA to
meet Oct. 12
The New River Solid Waste
Association, the governing
board of the New River
Regional Landfill in Raiford,
will meet again on Thursday,
Oct. 12, at 5:30 p.m. in the
boardroom at the landfill.
The association is comprised
of county commissioners from
Bradford, Baker and Union
counties, and its meetings are
open to the public. Agendas
are available in'advance. For
more information, call (386)
431-1000.


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Job fair draws job seekers from all over area...
FloridaWorks sponsored a job fair at the Bradford Convention Center Sept. 26. The fair matched area employers
with job seekers in a number of different professions. Participating employers included Markotek Xerox,
Bradford Terrace, Bradford-Union Area Career and Technical Center, AFLAC Insurance, Mercantile Bank,
Douglas, Douglas & Farnsworth, ARC of Bradford County, Jackson Hewitt Tax Services, Florida Army National
Guard, CMC Joist, Windsor Manor, CISTO, Capital City Bank, Santa Fe Community College, and Shands Starke.


ABOVE: Jerrold Loiacano discusses career
opportunities offered by Bradford ARC with ARC
employees (1-r) Vivian Chappell and Lynn Kepler.
ARC seeks employees capable of working with
local mentally handicapped people. ARC provides
employment and assisted living opportunities for the
mentally handicapped in this area.


taxable value. The owner of a
home appraised: at $125,000
w ith a $25,000 homestead
exemption would pay $49.14
in ad valorem taxes to the
district.
Ad valoreni taxes account for
- only 7 percent of the district's
total revenue. The majority of
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| Starke on C.R. 230 in Starke. 5
Police Chief Gordon Smith w. Wshl
w ill be the guest speaker Those"
'in attendance %ill receive. Read Togeth
V refreshments and be able to 38 E. Call St, Starke, FL
hear Terry Carpenter sing. 9 4 /68E. 4lSt, Stake, FL
S For more information, call 904_/964-4420: .
i (904) 964-5400 and talk to Bob
Clayton or Barry Warren. Or
call (904) 966-6878 and talk to
Donna Ross. -
On ThursdaN. Oct. 26. Steve
Denmark of Starke %\ill act rer P c
as guest'chef for a cocktail
party to be held from 6-8
p.m. at D'Acosta House in
G-. Oainesville: .... Freezer Spe ial -
GaTickets are $25. Contact Freezer Special #1
SHeather Jennings -352--373- 5 lb. Chuck Steak
-I-4 or1 i87) 2294180 for l1.Chuck teak
tickets. All proceed, benefit 5 Ib, Cubed Steak
iPeacefull Path. 5 lb. GrouInd Beef hI
SRW M s5 Ib. Pork Chops
SS RW M D 5 lb. Chicken Leg Quarters -
1approves :.
Budget Freezer Special #2
t The Suwannee River Water"
S Management District governing 5-8 oz. Delmonico Steaks
board has approved its Fiscal 1-3 b. Box-Center Cuf Pork Chops
Year 2006 -2007 budget and -Ib Pk 00n
-- millagrat 7 Pk Bacon
The total proposed budget of 20-3 oz. Beef Patties
$85 million funds a wide range
of projects including: 1 Chuck R St
Quality Communities 1-3 lb. Chicken Fryer
Program-$22 million to lb. C
ass!_st communities with water
-, and alternative-water supply
: development, storm water Freezer Special #3
management, 'wastewater Special #
management and water- 5 lb. All Meat Stew
Resource restoration.
m* FEMA flood insurance rate 10 lb. Ground Beef
map updates for counties. 5 lb. Cubed Steak
? o Groundwater and surface 5 b. Assorted Pork Chops99
water monitoring (levels and 5 b. Assorted Porkhp
quality). 5 lb. Homemade Sausage
Springs protection. 5 lb. Bacon
o Suwannee River Partnership 5 lb. Bacon
cost-share programs for farmers 10 Chicken Leg Quarters
and growers.
s Geographic Information ALLPACKAGESPE
it Systems (GIS) development, PCAG
Sand partnership program with
local governments.
Land acquisition and
management. SUPER
Suwannee River Wilderness
-. 'rail and R.O. Ranch Equestrian UE
'enter SUPER'
I The property tax (millage) AA M-F76a
rate will remain the same in I|4) l Sat. 8a
2007 as it has been since 1993:. ISun 8a
49.14 cents per $1,000 of Sne


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LEFT: (L-R) Janet Padgett talks with Capitol City's
Judy Getts about the banking profession. ABOVE:
(L-R) Dwasha Lewis discusses the types of career
training offered at the Bradford-Union Area Career and
Technical Center. Mark Santiago was manning the Vo-
Tech's booth at the job fair.



'Read dTogether, nhoriod-a,

Statewide Reading Event October 2006


Read the book.
Play The Zero Ga.re online .
SCmpete'in On '.a r.,:,
for college scholarships
(high school students)L
Register online for a drawing to
win a trip to Washington, DC.
www.VolunteerFloridaFoundation.org


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er, f I ii .~ rrl.ni lrg reading celebration managed by:
FOUNDATION
inager of the Governor's Family Literacy Initiative



tde ,e Spe,,r


Freezer Special #4
3 lb. Ground Beef .
3-8 oz. Delmonico Steaks
3-10 oz. T-Bone Steaks
2-3 Ib. Chuck Roast
5 lb. Pork Chops
1 Slab Ribs
3 lb. Split Chicken Breast
5 Ib. Chicken Leg Quarters


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58 oz. Delmonico Steaks
3-10 oz T-Bone Steaks
3 lb. Cubed Steak $9
4-1 lb. Pkgs Ground Beef
2-1 lb. Homemake Sausage
1 Slab Ribs
4 lb. Pork Chops. .
1-3 lb. Chicken Fryer .. '
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CHANGES
Continued from p. 3A
recommended salary increases
or the proposed new director of
human resources position.
Most of the positions on the
proposed organizational chart
are the same as those that
currently exist, but the titles
are changed.
rhe school board will discuss
this proposal at future meetings
and will vote on it at a late date
,ff approved, the chart: would
not become effective until July
I and would affect the 2007-
2008 school year.


Church fund-
raiser to be
held Oct. 7
The Ne%\ Jerusalem Full
Gospel Church mill hold a
fund-raiser on Saturday. ct. 7. O
starting at 9 a.m
Desserts. clothes and other
items %ill be sold. Mone\
raised u ill go to the church's :
building fund ., :.
The church is located at
the 66corner of S.R. 121 and
C.R 18 at the caution light in
,orthingtion Springs.
For more information, callF:
Roseanna Barintluit t386 496-
I1461 tir Ankett.e eai .,I t 3861
496-3383. -


NOTICE OFr "
ZONING CHANGE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that anh ordinance,'
which title hereinafter appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission of the City of
Starke, Florida, hereinafter referred to as the City
Commission, at a public hearing on October 17, 2006
at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard, in the City Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. Copies--of-said ofaTlffie may be inspected
by any member of the public at the Office of the City
Clerk, City Hall, located at 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida, during regular business hours.
On the date, time and place first above mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2007-0497
AN ORDINANCE OF THE, CITY OF -STARKE,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE ZONING MAP OF THE
CITY OF STARKE. LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE;
RELATING TO THE REZONING-OF LESS THAN
TEN CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION BY.THE PROPERTY OWNER
OF SAID ACREAGE; PROVIDING FOR REZONING
FROM SINGLE FAMILY, VERY LOW DENSITY (R-
1A) TO COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2) ANb
FROM SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY (R1-C)
TO COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE'LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE
A portion of Section 28, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County, Florida.

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that the date, time and place of any continuation of



parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendment on the date, time and place as stated
above.
Copies of the amendment and the ordinance adopting
said amendment are available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke Zoning
Department located at 945 North Temple Avenue,t to the
North Wing, Starke, Florida, durime and regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that anif they decide to appeal
any decision made a heavailabe referenced public
hearing, they Bradford County-City of Starke Z proeedings


and that, for such purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Events set
for domestic
violence
awareness
Peaceful Paths, an
organization .founded .to assist,
he inetinsOf domestic \ violence
and r__ore _... areness.
will hold special events in
recognition of October as
Domestic Violence Awareness
Month.
I'A candlelight vigil will be
- held Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6
n m in the atrium 'lt Shands


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driving course
AAr.P offers two-day, four-
o "'liT clsstom- instruction to
refine dris ing skills and develop
defensive driving techniques.
The cost is $10 and there are
no tests, plus a three-year
certificate qualifies graduates
for an automobile insurance
discount.
T'h class will be offered in
Gaincsville on the following
dates:
Oct. 9-10 from 9 a.m. to
I p.m.
Oct. 10-11 from noon to
4 p.m.
Oct 14 and 21 (two
Saturday) from 9 a.m. to I
p,m. .
Nov. 2-3 from 9 a.m. to I
.p.m. .
A class will be offered in
Stdrke on the following date:
Nov. 14-15 from 10 a.m.
io 2 p.m.
For more information and to
register, call (352) 333-3036.

CPR classes
offered at
Stands
-Shands Starke and the
.Ariqrican ,HWart Association
-armOffering the following class
in-('PR'for the community:
: The Heartsaver .. CPR
.community. course covering
all ages ..will take place on
Saturday, Oct 21, from 8 a.m.
tIo noon...Registration deadline
Sis Friday, Qt.713.-- -
SAll participants will need to
'be at least. 10 years old.
"-Register by -calling. Bonny
Green at (904) 368-2300, ext.
104, or Billie Engskow at (904)
368-2300,. ext. 254.


WORTH NOTING I
S.Jth $trt of North Central
S:.Flonda CoMlition is seeking a
. -kmte ea.me.niber.. Healthy
$tart provides services for high-risk-
,women and children up to 3 years
..ld. The coalition is seeking a
M5hleer to: se on4he.board who
either has been pregnant and
accessed prenatal care or who has
small children and has accessed
health ncarefdr his or her children.
The member will attend once-a-
month board meetings in
Oainesville. Contact Celia Paynter,
(352) 313,6500. ext. 118, for"
additional information.
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We miss your smile,
We miss your grn.
It's hard to believe
Our baby has turned 101


SARA WADE
October 9, 2006
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A ll of tih cl 1j1St.. \ 11 .,'I
$2' % llh ihc, et\epti,'ii,' Lthe
community las' n t ii..,hLr.
ni hwch n ill h ,Iller,.'Jd I I lr,..e

Herbal Open
House in
Melrose
In coordination vith the first
National Herb Day (www.
herbdayvorgi. The Herb Garden
in Melrose "ill be celebrating
b\ hosting the Ninth Annual
Herbal Open HouJse
On Saturday,. Oct. 14, The
Herb Garden will once again
open it's nurser' to the public
and, along ,,ith other herb
growers. artisan, and herbalists
from throughout North and
Central Florida. ill offere r a
wide assortment ,f lherb,. bath
and beaut products. intrqtue
roses, herbal crafts. and much
more.
The public is in, ted t'.
browse through tili man'
displays as well as the l.argc
greenhouse At 2 p m .lime.
Steele. owner -f 1 he Herb
Garden., ill gi\e a i aik in tip_
for successful herh Ljide-.iii,
in Florida. The idels popular
Blue Water Ba\ res .tur.int ,l
Melrose %will be caiernm. l.nlch
with their delicious jus rtmnent
of entrees, all seasoned th
local\ grow n herbs.
This e'ent is free it' the
public and %ill take place t:i
The Herb Garden nurse,, in
Melrose. 693 S.R. 26. trom 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Formoreinformation.call I he
Herb Garden ar(352i1235.4477.
or email Steele at lsteelethgr'
se.rr.com. Information iand the
list of vendors can be found on
The Herb Garden's Web site at
ww\1.steelesherbearden coim.


Pleasant
Grove Action
Group to
meet Oct. 16
The regular nimonthl, mee ting
of the Pleasajnt Gi'..0e \AI'-r,
Group will be held on Mr..n,i..
Oct. 16, ai 7 p.m rn ihe .ain r,
of Pleasant .Grove United
Methodist Church on N.W.
177th St.
All concerned citizens are
urged to attend


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Love and God Bless,
Your Family


There's nothing tougher than
raising children. We all know
that's the toughest job there


Is. It's also


more important


than.any other job.
Kris and I have two children;
Whitney and Jesse. Both are


grown and taking
themselves.


care of


-.-The truth is, now that my children are
,have more time than ever to devote to.

school board member.


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Oct. 7
p-I i I ',, : 1 lo n
Gr oup i1!s scheduledd a
conrnun.ity, cieanup for,
Saturday. O. 7. beginning at
'7:30 a.m..
A dumpster will be on the
lot next to Isaac and Zephie.
CummLinas" residence on'
N. .I 177th Street.
Things t')t 're -. allh'- ed
in, the dunmpser are: tires,
. r ,i ,c, I I '1 i .J and dead
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a '.. 1l ] il *-* l ; ,. i' tee r
opp.rin .- lI.nr git .shop.
iecepi, ,, i.' ** r..' irc.dical
r.e : ,. I. i and filing.
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CHURCH


First United Methodfist
Church of Starke % Ill hate Its
semiannual rummage sale,
Friday. and Saturday. Oct 6 and
7. from S a.m. until 2 p m.
Household appliances. clothing
and bric-a-brac will be
available. The public is invited.
Philadelphia Missionary
Baptist Church of Lawtey,
and the Rev. Marvin A.
McQueen II, pastor, invite the
public to a church ministTy
banquet on Saturday. Oct 14, 7
p m.. at the Bradford Counrt
fairgrounds. Guest speaker '. ill
be the Rev. James E Rackles.
pastor of St. John Nlissionar',
Baptist Church of Law te
For ticket information, conLtct
Paulette Strong at Q04i 782-
3390.
Bethel Baptist Church. C.R
230A in Starke. %will hate an old
fashioned homecoming on
Sunday,. Oct 8. The da\ kicks
off at 9:45 a.m. with the
morning message from former
pastor Leon Odom follov.ed at
11 a.m. by special music b) the
Hammontrees. Dinner will be
served on the grounds at 12:30
p.m The public is m ited. Call
i904) 368-8126 for information.
Madison Street Baptist
Church will be hosting a fall
festival, "'Heroes Unmasked."
on Tuesday. Oct. 31. at
Bradford Middle School from
6-8-30 p.m. No costumes
please.


Morning Star Lodge #26 of
Starke urges all members and past
members to attend on the first and


Pleasant Grove Missionar'
Baptist Church in the
Speedville community %will
celebrate its 116th church
anniversary on Sunday. Oct. 15,
at 3 p.m. Greater Bethlehem
Freewill Baptist Church of
Starke and the Rev. George
Lott, pastor, will be the host
church. The public is invited.
The Re\. James F. Jones is
pastor.
Pleasant Grove Missionary.
Baptist Church in the
Speedville community will host
its annual homecoming day on
Sunday. Oct. 22, at 3 p.m., with
guest speaker the Rev. Clarence
J Matthews. The public is
mvited: .
Greater Bethlehem FWBC.
505 Ash St. in Starke will
celebrate its 10th annual senior
citizen day on Sunday. Oct. 8. at
3 p m. The public is in\ ed.
Pine Valle3 Congregational
Holiness Church will have its
homecoming celebration on
Sunday, Oct. 15. at II a.m. and
6 p.m. Guest speaker is the Re%.
Bobby Griffin. A covered dish
luncheon w ill follow the
morning service Revival
services will follow MondaN,-
WednesdaN, Oct. 16-18, at 7:30
p.m.'nightly. The Rev. Justin
Griffis %%ill be guest speaker.
The church is on 178th Loop
beside American Trolley Co.
Pastor is Joy Thornton. Call
19041 364-6304 for information.


fourth Monday evenings at 7. The
lodge is at 709 E. Brownlee St. in
Starke Call 904-964-8474.


I Happy 1" BirthdayV
Chyna Edmond
Oct. 5 n.



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From, Mommy, Daddy,
0 Grandparents 6
Great-grandparents V
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Gene Noegel
turns 80


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On Sept. 30, Gene Noegel
celebrated his 80th
birthday at the Starke Golf
and Country Club.
Approximately 95 friends
and relatives from all over
Florida attended the
event.


Ain't It Nifty
Look Who's 50!
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Cynthia Brown Griffis
Oct. 8, 2006
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:
The be-t Nana in the world, a
Loving mother of a boy and tvo
girls, a devoted wite of 31 years,
a loyal friend who really cares.
Her tireless spirit is truly rare.
She's the kind of woman to
whom few can compare!
Thanks for all you do for us!
We love you very much!!!
Your husband, James.
' our children, grandchildren A
all of iyurfamily.& friends


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Need activities BC celebrates National 4-H

for the Week, founding of 2 new clubs
Week, of21: b


Bradford 4-H has 13 different clubs available to
children ages 5-18. A few are specialty clubs, but.
most offer a wide variety of activities for students
including animals, arts and crafts, environmental
science, cooking, outdoor sports and much more...
For more information, call
(904) 966-6299

Specialty Clubs:
Wags 'N Wiggles
Dog lovers will enjoy this new club. It meets the second
Thursday of each month at the Bradford County
extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 5 p.m.
Sponsor is Kim Wilson.- .
Clover Scraps .
A club for 4-H'ers who enjoy scrapbooking. It meets the
third Tuesday of each month at Psycho Mom's
Scrapbooks on U.S. 301 in Starke at 4 p.m. Sponsor is,
Alice Hendon.
Shooting Sports
A club for 4-H'ers who love shooting sports arid .i ,
archery. It meets the second Tuesday of each month at
the Bradford extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 3
p.m. Sponsor is Nancy Pearson.
GRITS... Girls Raised in the South
Girls who like decorating, entertaining and community
service will enjoy this club. It meets the first Monday of
each month at the Starke Golf and Country Club on
S.R. 230 in Starke at 3:30 p.m. Sponsor is Lisa Tatum.
Hidden Oaks
Kids 'n cattle are the mainstays in this club. It meets
the second Friday of each month at the Bradford
extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 6:30 p.m.
Sponsor is Brad Muse.

General Clubs:
Brooker Club
Meets the third Monday of each month at Brooker
Elementary School on C.R. 18 at 7 p.m. Sponsor is
Lisa Holtzendorf.
Clover Blossomrs
Meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Bradford,
extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 4 p.m.
Sponsor is Denise Crawford.
.Edwards Loop Wranglers "
Meets the first Friday of each month at Bradford
extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 6 p.m.
Sponsor is Dawn Strickland.
Green Acres
Meets the third Monday of each month at McKinney
Baptist Church in the New River area at 6:30 p:rn.
Sponsor is Kim Paul.
Heart of the Community
Meets once a month, on school early release day at the
Church of Gob by Faith on Old Lawtey Road at 1 p.m.
Sponsors are Avery and Sandra Shell.
Lawtey Spice of Life Explorers
Meets the first Tuesday of each month at the home of
sponsor Tracy Dreer at 6:30 p.m.:;
Lucky Charms
Meets the third Monday of each month at Bradford
extension office on U.S. 301 in Starke at 6 p.m.
Sponsor is Lisa Rodgers.
Mighty Clovers
Meets the third Tuesday of each month at Hope
Christian Academy on S.R. 100 between Starke and
Keystone at 2:45 p.m. Sponsor is Angie Payne.






Supporting our Local 4-H

and all their good work!.


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LAKE BUTLER
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496-3079


TO OUR 4-H TEAM

FOR A JOB WELL DONE!


( "The Undisputed Price Leader!" )


BY MARCIA MILLER
*Telegraph Staff Writer


'Bradford County 4-H'ers :are celebrating
National 4-H Week, Oct 1-7, and the
founding of two new 4-H clubs.
Dog lovers will enjoy the new Wags "n
Wiggles Club that meets on the second
Thursday\ of each month at
the Bradford County
extension office on U.S.
301 north at 5 p.m.
Kim Wilson sponsors the
club that will deal with all -."'-
*the things canine owners
need to know.
A general 4-H club has
also .been founded in
Brooker. It meets on the
third Monda of each..
month at Brooker .
Elementar) School on C.R.
18 at 7p.m.
Lisa Holizendorf
sponsors this club, which
\will pro% ide a wide variety
of activities for young
people
There are 13 clubs now
operating in Bradford '
Count\. Afew are specialty
.clubs. providing activities
that are geared toward.
certain types of activities.
For. example, Clover
Scraps is a club for kids
%\ho enjoy scrapbooking.
Shooting Sports is a club
for kids who enjoy target
shooting and outdoors'
sports. Hidden Oaks
specializes in the raising of
cattle.
GRITS (Giris Raisedin
the South) is for girls who
.want to learn about home
decor and entertaining in
st) le
General clubs provide a
variety of activities,
including arts and crafts,
learning about
environmental science,
public speaking, learning
about plants and animals, Brandon Cr
and much more. during a sur
During 4-H Week, photo to pro
Bradford 4-H members are with nontox
delivering gift baskets to shirt was w&
businesses ; that have summer day
summc y.


supported various 4-H programs through the
year
. Businesses will receive "a basket full of
goodies, just to say "thank ,you',"' said
Bradford Extension 'Director Judy
1Butterfield. '
4-H was founded in 1902 and is open to
all children ages 5-18. regardless of race,


color, age, sex, handicap or national origin.
For more information on 4-H in general.
visit Ik ww.tlorida4h.org. For more
information on Bradford 4-H, call (904)
966-6299.m.. .. .. -.
See more on 4-H, next page.
I


awford is not really holding a conversation with this fish. He caught the fish
nmer day camp sponsored by Bradford 4-H. Crawford has more than a
>ve that his fish story is true. Young people painted the sides of their fish
ic paint and then made an imprint on a T-shirt. After the paint dried (and the
washed) they had memory they could wear. Bradford 4-H sponsors a variety of
/camps each year.


National 4-H Week, Oct. 1-7

These businesses support the activities of

Bradford County 4-H Clubs.



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904-964-9696


300 West Main Street, Lake Butler
386-496-9607


Roberts Insurance
OF LAKE BUTLER, INC.


AIllate'
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Owner/Agent e good hands.


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986 N. Temple Ave.
Starke.


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"Over 100 years of.
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350 N. Temple Ave.
904.964-7050


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50Q Green Way (SR 100 East)
352.473-4952


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Oct. 5, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 7A


Grant funds after school

program with a 4-H twist


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
The kids have fun. even though they always
have homework ... and that means always.
"Even when ihey don't have homework from
school, they have homework," said Avery Shell.
director of the Yes to Science 4-H After School
Program in Starke.
SLearning is constant in the program, "but we try
to make learning fun," said Shell.
Yes to Science is a program funded by the
Children, Youth and Families at Risk national
initiative. CYFAR is a grant program operated
thtrugh the Florida Cooperative Extension Service
and 4-H.
'Bradford County 4-H received the five-year
grnibt in 2003. It funds $35,000 a year to provide
30 ,children with after-school care and learning
four days a week.
The program is open to third- through fifth-
graders. School buses drop the children off at the
Church of God by Faith on Old Lawtey Road in
Starke at 2 p.m. They receive homework
assistance, tutoring, team building exercises, a
snack, computer time and a variety of activities
related to science. Of course, they also have a
recreatiofi. period. At 5 p.m., the program's tutors
drop the'children off at their homes.
The young people are also members of the Heart of
the Community 4-H Club. The focus of this club is
community service and it meets at the church when
the after-school participants are dropped off on early
release Wednesday each month.
Club members help ring the bell for the
Salvation Army at Christmas, sponsor food drives
for needy families and complete other projects to


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benefit the community. As -4-
H member,. the\ also attend
Camp Cherry Lake each
summer and participate in
the programs there.
The children in the Yes
program study different
topics in science. At the end
of the Near last Near. they
completed a unit on
aerospace science and built
model rockets.
This school Near began
vwth a unit on food and
nutrition and the children are
preparing to pl-ant a
community garden adjacent
to the church. A volunteer is
going to till the land for the
kids The children ,vill plant
the seeds and tend the
garden.
"We believe in learning by
doing," said Shell. "The kids
have fun. but they learn a lot,
too."
While the main focus of the
program is on science, a lot of
emphasis is also placed on
math, reading and rating
"For example. shen we
do a science experiment,
they have to be able to
express in writing hok they
did it. \hhat happened and
%hy it happened." said Shell.
"We discuss what theN


Volunteer assistant George Greenidge (left) helps other volunteers compete In a tug-of-war with some
of the students in the Yes program during the recreation period. (From foreground to rear) Trdvonr
Thomas, Demarcus Robinson, Brandon Pinckney, Roderick Broomfield,: Khalifa Barr, DeQuan Blount,
Tyric Jackson, Rokeem Boswell and Kashon McCallum gave it a mighty effort, but the. volunteers won
in the an -


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learned and help them learn to express
themselves."
r Expository writing-writing that informs
.and explains-is a part of what is tested ori.the-
FCAT. When the children write about their
science projects, they are practicing
expository writing.
: "We try to work a year ahead to help
'repare them for the FCAT," said Shell. "We
Stake practice tests to get them used to the type
' f test they will see during the FCAT."
Shell said experts at the Uhiversity of
Florida, through the extension service, are
tracking the progress of the children in the
program. "Last year, we saw marked
improvement in grades for the students who
participated in Yes," said Shell. "In many
cases, their teachers also reported
improvement- in their classroom behavior."
Shell and Bradford Extension Director
Judy Butterfield are working on a fund-.
raising program that will allow the Yes
-program to continue after the grant runs out.
continue after the grant runs out. For more
information on Yes. contact Butterfield at
(904) 966-6299. (L


-R) Demarcus Robinson and Tahlera


Zakia Lane lies on the floor while she works ona spelling test. Sweating work on homework.
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y g support Bradford County 4-H programs, member~O


Complete Line of Foreign & Domestic Parts

THOMAS AUTO PARTS
Adtolile Plugs Hydraulic Equipment & Suppiies Tractor ParI & Supplies
403 S Temple Ate.. Siarke 954-5611




T&M TOWING
Local & Long Distance To%'ing Flat-bed & \\Wheel Liti
403 S. Temple Ave., Starke* 954-5611
24-Hour Service

WE SUPPORT OUR

Bradford 4-H Clubs

Sales, Service & Installation

TEALTILE & Carpet, inc.
Commercial & Residential

904-964-7423
131 North Cherry St.
Starke


Support 4-14
It's Growing the Future Today!

Jones Funeral Home
HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT MONUMENTS PRENEED PLANS


Servin \
S 'Arll
Taiths

STARKE
904.964-6200
514 East Nona


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Steve & Cindy
Futch
OWNERS

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
352-473-3176
SR-100


We Support 4-H!



CQS Community

SB J State Bank
"For All Your Banking Needs"
Established in 1957


STARKE
811 S. Walnut St.
(904) 964-7830


LEMBER FDIC
MEMBER FDIC


LAKE BUTLER
255 SE 6th Street
(386) 496-3333


HAYES
Electric & Air Conditioning
Residential Commercial
24-HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE


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Our 4-W(eam!


HOME FURNISHINGS CENTER W
FURNITURE.APPUANCES. FLOOR COVERINGS:HOME ENTERTAINMENT

Darren & Pam Summers
OWNERS
128 S. Walnut St.
Starke 904-964-5289


' BRADFORD PRE-SCHOOL


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Open MON.-FRI. 6:30 a.m. 6 p.m.
407 W. Washington St.
Starke


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Bradford 4-H'ers

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CONTROL
& CHEMICAL CO.
Sinde 1949


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Starke


904-964-5745


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4-H Week Oct. 1-7


Kids who participate in the Yste tetleWe after-school program sponsored through 4-H receive
homework assistance, tutoring and iuch more. (L-R) Brandon Pinkney, Travon Thomas, Demarcus
Robinson, Tahlera Sweeting, Rqkeem Boswell, Victoria Hill, Roshawn Boswell and Danique Hudson
mug a little for the camera.


(L-R) Makayla Webb and Arrielle Wilson hold a giant gift basket
that was auctioned off at the annual 4-H banquet.


Starke business owner ?a-..goo ueI.d aw gift from 4-H'ers during last year's
4-H Week. (L-R) Haydehi I9l" e D Davis and Sean Jones presented the gift.


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Congratulations
4-Hers
on a job
well done!

WE gSUPPORTOUR
Bradford 4-H Club Members!

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Old Jim. Q4^i^ S~yc


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WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE ANYTHING
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18853 Charlotte Ave.
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* FRESH SILK ARRANGEMENTS STUFFED ANIMALS
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964-4420


NORMA DONN
OWNER


KELLY SWEAT
OFFICE MANAGER


SMITH BROTHERS
BODY SHOP
Specializing iln JIsurance Claims
Foreign & Domestic Cars
FREE ESTIMATES
8-5 Mon.-Fri. 8-12 Sat.
US 301 N., Starke 964-5267


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SCongratulations to our
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on a job well done!



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Mon-Fri 10-6 Sat 10-2


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P.O. Box 71
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Collision Repair
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We Support
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


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12 Noon
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When:
Time:


Thursday, Oct. 5
5-7 p.m.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS


BASH 20-YR. ANNIVERSARY
LAND TITLE INFORMATION SERVICES


When:
Time:


Tuesday, Oct. 10
5-7 p.m.
STARKE


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When: Thursday, Oct. 12
Where: Bill Adams Chevrolet of Starke
Time: 6-8 p.m.
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Page 10A TELEGRAPH Oct. 5, 2006


Animal control transfer gets shaky start

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD as its portion of the budget cats"she had alreadysarranged to
Telegraph Editor for animal control this \car have transferred tootheranimal
w -: would be enough to cover welfare agencies around the
The transition of costs, citn commissioners: state. After learning they would
responsibility over animal were uncomfortable. It was, be put down Tuesday morning,
control 'from the city of Starke ironically, the city's inability she said she was given just 15
back- to Bradford County this to keep costs under controfthat minutes to try to retrieve them
week wasn't exactly a smooth ultimately led to the transfer from the shelter.
one. of responsibility back to the In his- strongly worded
Sheriff Bob Milner, who county. City billing for animal letter to the county, Milner
agreed to accept administrative control services pushed the said that "approved" PAWS
control of the department for county to pay more than twice representatives would be
the county, was out of town what it had allocated, allowed to walk, handle and
this week. An interlocal 'Then there was concern judge the adoptability of dogs.
agreement has yet to be signed for the animals.. Animal and cats at the shelter, but.
by both parties, although both welfare agency PAWS feels will in no way be involved in
contimissions have agreed up marginalized in the transfer, and determining the type or amount
front to the transfer. group member Elaine Gunner of care that would be provided
The short notice given to told the city commission that at the shelter, or even provide
the county hasn't given the she doesn't feel. the group will food. 'That would be up to the
opportunity for the, sheriff be allowed to work. as closely shelter veterinarian and animal
to hire someone to manage with the county as it did with control officer, Milner said.
the shelter, and while a city the cit. The sheriff will decide appeals
employee will continue tocatch n Int the two weeks preceding regarding animal euthanasia,
strays, the county must soon the transfer, Gunner said the with guidance from the vet.
hire a certified animal control group helped adopt-70 animals, According to Dickens, that
officer to take his place, saving them 'from being means animals will be put down
SWhen County. Manager destroyed. Yet the morning in seven days instead of 15. The
Jim Crawford told the city of Oct. 3 left PAWS founder longer time period gave PAWS
commission Oct. 3 he hoped, Kristie Dickens distraught and the opportunity to find homes
but couldn't guarantee, that the scrambling to save 15 more for adoptable animals at one of
$32,000 the city has set aside animals-eight dogs and seven its bimonthly adoption events.


FEES
Continued from p. IA

Thus far, County Manager
Jim 'Crawford said, the city
commission of Starke, the
county commission and
the school board seem
ready to move forward with
implementing those fees over
five years, since the studies
performed indicate that is the
amount it will cost the county
to keep up with infrastructural
costs as the county grows.
Starke commissioners,
however, weren't thrilled with
splitting the roadand school fees
o er two years. Commissioner.
Wilbur Waters said it was a bad
idea, adding it put the city in
a bad light for recommending
those fees be collected in
full year one. Commissioner
Tommy Chastain said the city
gave a little in agreeing to the
full $10,245 over five years,
and the county now needs to,
give a little by placing a priority
on road and school funding.
There are multiple ways
to make impact fees work,''
Crawford said, and multiple"
examples of how other counties
have gone about implementing
them. There just needs to be a
consensus now on how it will
be done in Bradford County.
Commissioner RossI
Chandler said local builders-
the ones who will be building
houses one at a time versus
the large developers putting in
subdivisions-are concerned
about the effect of impact fees.
The wise thing would have
been to begin slowly, adding
and increasing impact fees
''over the last eight to 10 years,


Hampton Fall
Carnival is
Oct. 21
The city of Hampton and
its volunteer fire department
is sponsoring a Fall, Carnival
at Hampton City Park on.
Saturday, Oct. 21, from noon
to 5 p.m.
There will be free games
(including .a moonwalk),
entertainment by Doug
Williamson, face paining and
a martial arts demonstration by
World Martial Arts Academy
of Ha" thorne. Stardust
the Magician will appear
compliments of Oriental Buffet
of Starke.
Some free costumes-for
six-month-olds to size six-
will be available.
Donations from the cakewalk,
and sales at the country store
run by Charles and Jane Hall
will benefit the Hampton
Parents Athletic Association.
To arrange for cake donations
or to donate items for. sale at
the store, call (352) 468-1201
or (352) 475-6333.
Proceeds from food sales,
compliments of Schwan's
Home Service, will benefit
the Hampton Volunteer Fire
Department. The menu includes
barbecue chicken dinners for
$5, and hot dogs and drinks
will be 50 cents. Ice cream will
be free.

Health career
fair at Shands
Starke
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center and Shands
Starke will be, sponsoring a
Health Career Opportunities


he said. That didn't happen,
so the county is faced.with
implementing them now on a
shorter schedule.
"The bottom line is, it's not
really a fee; it's the cost of
the service that every citizen
,wants," he said, using road
improvements as an example.
"These fees are to do just that,
and, unfortunately, that's who's
going to have 'to pay for it,
and the state says now get the
money up front. You don't wait
for later."
Chandler, like others, wanted
to see the fee for schools, which
is nearly half of the total impact
fee amount for residential
development, implemented
over time, saying he didn't see
a tremendous amount of growth
in the schools at this time. The
same would apply for roads, he
said, suggesting the full fee for
both be phased in over more
than one year.
That would soften the initial
blow, Chandler said, and local
people-thosd likely.',to be the'
first to feel the weight of impact
fees-would have an incentive
to, get ..strtled oi, planteded
construction projects before the
entire fee is imposed. .
Chandler is among those who
would like to build a new home,
and admitted he didn't want to
pay impact fees totlo so. On
the other hand, he said, those
fees are based on the amount it
will cost the county to keep up
with growth.
"That's how we need to.
approach it,. because we can
delay it, we can roll the prices
back, but if that's what it's
going to cost, at some point
in time we're going to have to
charge that," he said.
Crawford said he wasn't


Fair to promote awareness of 17
different health care programs
offered at by the college.
The fair will take place in the
atrium at Shands Starke, 922 E.
Call St. on Thursday, Oct. 19,
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
In addition, there. will be an
evening forum from 6:30-8:30
p.m. at the Andrews Center
Cultural Building, 201 E. Call
St. "
Health care is likely to be
one of the biggest sources of
jobs in the future. Join the
staff and students from Santa
Fe Community College to. learn
about the 17 different health
sciences programs offered.

A gentleman is the one who
never hurts anyone's feelings
unintentionally.
-Oscar Wilde


pushing impact fees, but he is
pushing the county to devise
a plan to fund infrastructure.
There are other ways, like
increased property taxes
or raising the gas tax, but
infrastructure has to be paid for
one way or another, he said.
The county can absorb some
additional growth for the time
being, he said, but once the
county' begins to exceed the
level of service standards set
for roads, schools, etc., and
it doesn't have a way'to fund
improvements or expansion'
the state will not allow for any
new growth.
There is no deadline by
which impact fees need to be
in place, but the county's self-
imposed deadline is December.
A committee made up of the
county and city representatives
will put together final proposal
for phasing in the fees.



LEGALS

,', i I-'., i,, > v ;i;,l 4,'ri l ">,> T +, ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT L~FOTHE1
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN'
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2006-DR-0091
IN RE The custody of
avin Sloan Crews by
Herman F. Crews and
SandraA. Crews
HERMAN F. CREWS,
SANDRA A. CREWS
Petitioners, ,
arid
WILLIAM (BILLY) MILLER
Respondent.
NOTICE OF
ACTION FOR TEMPORARY
CHILD CUSTODY
TO: WILLIAM (BILLY) MILLER, 145
S. Main St., Bulls Gap, TN 37711.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
ERMAN F. and SANDRA A.
CREWS, whose address is 3020
, N.W. 223rd St.Lawey, awtey, FL 32058, on
or before Oct. 11, 2006, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court at
the Bradford County Clerk's Office at
945 N. Temple Ave. In Starke before
service on petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case. Including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents on request
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Form
12.915.) Future papers in'this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office,.
WARNING: Rule 12,285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information.
Failure to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings. ""
Ray Norman,
Clerk of the Court
SBy:rCarol Williams
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY PRO SE
S9/144tchg10/5


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T OTue AND
1 f OPEN HOUSE

Saturday, Oct. 14 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 15 noon-5 p.m.
In conjunction with the SFCC Fall Festival


*Sweets for Everyone
*Stained Glass 'Crafts
*Gourd Gifts 'Glass Cubes
*Ornaments 'Wreaths
*Pickles, Relish 'Pillows
*Jam, Jelly *Mixes
'Notepaper *Lab Robes


A glimpse of Africa...
Kawanza dolls,
amulets and
thumb drums
UMW cookbooks,
knives and the annual
ornament (a church)


NOTICE OF LAND USE CHANGE

The City Commission of the City of approximately 55 00 feet; thence South
Starke, Florida proposes to change the 0122'00" West approximately 85.00 feet;.
use of land within the area shown on the thence North 8912'00" West
map below, by amending the Future Land approximately 150.00 feet; thence South
Use Plan Map of the City of Starke 0122'00" West approximately 50.00 feet;,
Comprehensive Plan, hereinafter referred thence South 8808'00" East'
to as the Comprehensive Plan,'as shown approximately 205.00 feet; thence North
on the map below, 01 22'00" East approximately 135.00 feet
as follows: to the Point of Beginning.
A PORTION OF THE CITY OF STARKE Containing 0.29 acre, more or less.
A portion of Section 28, AND
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, A parcel of land lying within Section, 28,
Bradford County, Florida. Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
----i -, ,/'- particularly; described, as follows:'
-, I -'.- ,--- Commence at the Southwest corner of
the intersection,of the East right-of-way
O--o r line of North Lake Street and the South,
right-of-way line of Pratt Street; thence
.. .--, Westerly, along the South right-of-way
.'-, I- "';- line of said Pratt Street, 210.00 feet;
; .." *thence Southerly 262.00 feet; thence
; -. J ,& .'',,.:\ Easterly 210.00 feet to the West right-of-
-''/ ,;. way line of said North Lake Street; thence
,.. Northerly, along the Westerly right-of-way
line of North Lake Street, 262.00 feet to
S 060908A, an application by the Board the Point of Beginning.
of County Commissioners, to amend the Containing 1.26 acre, more or less.
Future Land Use Plan Map of the AND
Comprehensive Plan by changing the The land use classification is hereby
future land use classification from changed from RECREATION to PUBLIC
RESIDENTIAL MEDIUM DENSITY (2 to USE on property described, as follows:
8 dwelling units per acre) to PUBLIC USE A parcel of land lying within Section 28,
for property described, as follows: Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, Bradford County, Florida. Being more
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, particularly described, as follows:
Bradford County, Florida. Being more Commence at the Northwest corner of
particularly described, as follows: Lot 1, Lot 2, Block 1 of A.L. Alvarez Addition to
Block 2 of White Acres Subdivision, as the City of Starke, Florida, as recorded in
recorded in the Public Records of the Public Records of Bradford County,
Bradford County, Florida. Florida; thence North 0432'00" East,
Containing .47 acre, more or less. r 134.64 feet to the Point of Beginning;
AND thence North 01 51'00" East, 365.58 feet
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, to the Southerly right-of-way line of Pratt
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Street; thence South 8912'00" East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more along the Southerly right-of-way line of
particularly described, as follows: Lot 2, said Pratt Street, 414.67 feet; thence
Block 2 of White Acres Subdivision; South 01922'00" West approximately
according to the Plat thereof as recorded' 240.00 feet; thence North 8912'00" West
in the Public Records of Bradford County, approximately 205.00 feet; thence South
Florida. ..0122'00" West approximately 135.00
Containing .47 acre, more or less feet; thence North 8808'00", West
AND 212.74 feet to the Point of Beginning.
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, Containing 2.89 acres, more or less.
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, All said lands containing 6.39 acres, more
Bradford County, Florida. Being more or less. .
particularly described, as follows: A public hearing to consider the
Commence at the Southeast corner of enactment of an ordinance to adopt the
Southwest 1/4 of Northwest 1/4, of said amendment will be..held on October 117,
Section 28; thence Westerly 337,33 .feet; -2006 at 7:00 p.mr.L, or as soonr-thereafterI
thence North 17042'0b' East 172.19 feet ,'as the matter can be heard, in the~City
to the Northerly right-of-way line of Center Commission Meeting Room, City Hall,
Street; thence South 88007'00" East, located at 209 North Thompson Street,
along the Northerly right-of-way line of Starke, Florida. The title of said
Center Street 71.78 feet to the Point of ordinance shall read, as follows:
Beginning; thence North 01022'00" East ORDINANCE NO. 2007-0496
224.66 feet; thence South 87038'00" East AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
126.70 feet to the Westerly right-of-way STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE
line of Lake Street (formerly Sanderson FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP OF
Lane); thence Southerly, along the THE CITY OF STARKE
Westerly right-of-way line of Lake Street COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
(formerly Sanderson. Lane) to the AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
Northerly the right-of-way line of said AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
Center Street, 224.66 feet; thence ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO AN
Westerly, along the Northerly right-of-way APPLICATION, S 060908 A, BY THE
line Of said Center Street, 126.70 feet to PROPERTY OWNER OF SAID
the Point of Beginning. ACREAGE, UNDER THE AMENDMENT
Containing .65 acre, mOre or less PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
AND SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
Bradford County, Florida. Being more CHANGING THE LAND USE
particularly described, as follows: CLASSIFICATION FROM RESIDENTIAL
Commence at the Southeast corner of MEDIUM DENSITY (2 TO 8 DWELLING
the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of UNITS PER ACRE) TO PUBLIC USE
said Section 28; thence Westerly, along AND FROM RECREATION, TO PUBLIC
the Southerly line of the boundary of the USE OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
said Section 28, a distance of 337.33 STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
feet; thence North 17o42'00" East 172.19 SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
feet to the Northerly right-of-way line of ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
Center Street; thence South 88o07'00" PROVtDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
East 1.78 feet to the Poinrt of Beginning; The public hearing may, be continued to
thence North 01022'00" East 224.77 feet; one or more future date. Any interested
thence continue North 01022'00" East 0.5 party shall be advised that the date, time
feet; thence South 87o38'00" EaSt 70,00 and place of any continuation of the
feet; thence South 01o22'00" West 0.5 public hearing shall be announced during
feet; 'thence continue South 01o22'00" the public hearing and that no further
West 224.16 feet to the Northerly right-of- notice concerning the matter will be
way line of said Center Street; thence published, unless said continuation
North 8807'00" West, along the Northerly exceeds six calender weeks from the
right-of-way line of said Center Street, date of the above referenced public
70.00 feet to the Point of Beginning. hearing.
Containing .36 acre, more or less. At the aforementioned public hearing, all
AND interested parties may appear to be
A parcel of land lying within Section 28, heard with respect to the amendment.
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Copies of the.amendment are available
Bradford County, Florida. Being more for public inspection at the Bradford


particularly described, as follows: County-City of Starke Zoning, Planning
Commence at the Northwest corner of and Building Department located at 945
Lot 2, Block 1 of A.L. Alvarez Addition to North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
the City of Starke, Florida, as recorded in Starke, Florida, during regular business
the Public Records of Bradford County, hours.


Florida; thence North 04032'00" East,
134.64 feet; thence North 01051'00" East,
365.58 feet to the Southerly right-of-way
line of Pratt Street; thence South
89012'00" East, along the Southerly right-
of-way line of said Pratt Street, 414.67
feet; thence South 01022'00" West
approximately 240.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence North 89012'00" West


All persons are advised that if they decide
to appeal any decisions made at the
above referenced public hearing, they will
need a record of the proceedings, and
that for such purpose they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.







Oct. 5, 2006 TELEGRAPH Page 11A


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County

Convenes

Oct. 19
The Bradford County


courthouse door at 11:00 a.m.,
Friday, the,27th day of October, 2006.
Dated this 20th day of September,
2006.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
: By: Carol Williams
Persons with disabilities requesting


10`00 a.m.
Robert Keeling, 2-82
Yllah Johnson 2-11
Ciara Williams 1-72
Adriane Cochran 1-69
John Huffman 1-54
Jessica Whittemore 1-38
10/52tchg.10/12


4110 SW 34th Street, Suite 8,
Gainesville, Florida 32608, upon
payment of $100.00 for each set. No
refund will be made for the
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
Construction time is 180 days. BASE
BID includes constructing 1.7 miles
of asphaltic concrete road, earthwork,
dranane works. testinn surface'


Commission will meet on reasonable accommodations to NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF -,ure WUFK5, u .....
Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6:30 participate in this proceeding should ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD course, striping, grassing, signage,
p.m. in the boardroom at the contact(904)966-6280. 10/19 OF COUNTY and savironmental psures Bidder shall
.Bradford o r 9128 4tchg. 10/19 COMMISSIONERS OF an safet sures. Bidder shall
BradfordCounty Courthouse, BRADFORD COUNTY, visit site prior to submission of bid to
located on U.S. 301 in Starke. TAX DEED 2006-2 FLORIDA gain understanding of the extent of
A workshop will precede the NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an e Contract will be let for both
meeting at 4 p.m. FOR TAX DEED ordinance, whose title hereinafter One Contract will be let for both
onecting at 4 p.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that appears, will be considered for roads .
For more information. call BEATRICE G. DODD TRUST, the enactment by the Board of County 10/52tchg. 10/12
K904) 966-6280. holders) of the following certificate Commissioners of Bradford. County, ITEM I
has filed said certificate for a tax deed Florida, at a public hearing on ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sto be issued thereon. The certificate October 19, 2006 at 6:30 p.m., or as ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
L |A I number and year ot issuance, the soon thereafter as the matter can be Sealed bids for roadway
di description of the property, and the heard, in the County Commission construction on:
names in which it was assessed are Meeting Room, County Courthouse, SWBRADFORD COUNTY-231
as follows: North Wing, located at 945.North. Resurfacinand Widenin2
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 666 Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. Resurfacing and Widening
YEAR'OF ISSUANCE: 1999 Copies of said ordinance may be ommill be receivedby Bradford County
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: inspected by any member of the Commission at the office of the
Lotseven (7) and west half of lot eight public at the Office of the County County Clerk, County Courhose. inDa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR (8) of Block E Pinehurst Subdivision Clerk, located at 945 North Temple Starke untilme Octo330 er 19 2006
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA in Section 29, Township 6 South, Avenue, Starke, Florida, during Savings Time, October 19, 2006.
File Number 04-2006-CP-0101 Range, 22 East, as per map or plat regular business hours. On the dale, Bids will be opened and then publicly
PROBATE DIVISION recorded in Plat Book 2 at page 35, in time and place first above mentioned, read aloud
In Re The Estate of the Clerk's office, public records of all interested persons may appear The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,
RhERBERT BURTON MEAD, Bradford County and be heard with respect to the consisting of Advertisement for Bids,
Jk/a HERBERT B. MEAD, NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED: ordinance. The ordinance was Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid
eceased. Clara Mae Kni ht previously noticed for a public Bond, Agreement, General
NOTICE OF ACTION Said property geing ,n the County of hearing to be held on September 21, Conditions, Supplemental General
TO: HerbertA. Mead Bradford, State of Florida. Unless 2006. Conditions, Payment Bond,
Residence Unknown such.certificates shall be redeemed AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD Performance Bond, Drawings,
Whose last known mailing address according to the law ,. the property COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING Specifications, and Addenda may be
i described in such certificate will be THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN examined at the following locations:
107 Harvard Avenue sold to the highest bidder at the MAP OF THE BRADFORD Owner:
Keystone Heights; FL32656 Courthouse door at 11 00 a.m., COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE Bradford County Courthouse,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Friday, the 27tm day of October, 2006. PLAN, AS AMENDED; RELATING Clerk's Office.
4 Petition for Establishment and Dated this 20th day of September, TO AN AMENDMENT OF TEN OR U.S. 301
rbate of Lost or Destroyed Will and 2006. LESS ACRES OF LAND, Starke, Florida32091
Probate of Lost or DestroyedWitr ationd RAY NORMAN PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Engineer.
order of Summailedin Administration CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT S 060721 A, BY THE BOARD OF DRMP
Ipas been filed in this Court, a true BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, 4110SW34th Street,
otpy of which accompanies this By. Carol Williams UNDER THE AMENDMENT Suite 8, Gainesville, Forida,32608
written defenses, rif any, to said Persons with disabilities requesting PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN Copies of the CONTRACT,
titten defensesPAUL D. NEWELL, reasonable accommodations to SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
tioners, on PAULey, NEwhose address participate in this proceeding should 163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES, AS the office of the Engineer located at
et Post Office.Box 1369, Keystone contact (904) 966-6280. AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR 4110 SW 34th Street, Suite 8,
eights OFlorida 32656, Keyston the 9/284tchg. 10/19 CHANGING THE LAND USE' Gainesville, Florida 32608, upon
eights, Flonorida 32656, before November CLASSIFICATION FROM payment of $50.00 for each set,
1. 2006, and ton ile the original o the AX DEED 20063 AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR checks only (cash and credit cards
written defenses with the clerk of the NOTICE OF APPLICATION EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT will not be accepted). No refund will
4bove Court either before servik ceor FOR TAX DEED PER 5 ACRES OF LAND) TO be. made for the CONTRACT
ibnmediatety thereafter. Failure to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that INDUSTRIAL OF CERTAIN.LANDS DOCUMENTS.
serve and file written defenses as LYNDAL L MAY, the holders) of the WITHIN THE UNINCORPORATED Construction time is 180 days. BASE
equred may result i n a Order for following certificate has filed said AREA OF BRADFORD COUNTY, BID includes but not limited to
te relief demanded in the pending certificate for a tax deed to be issued FLORIDA; .PROVIDING construction of earthwork, grading,
edition, without fur there notice. thereon. The certificate number and SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL providing fill, coordination with utility
persons with disabilities requesting year of issuance, the description of ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND companies, milling surface and base
reasonable accommodation to the property, and,the names in which PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE partiall, limerock base for widening,
participatee in this proceeding should it was assessed are as follows: The public hearing may be continued and asphaltic concrete surface
contacttheADA Coordinator at (904) CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 504 to one or more future dates. Any course, striping, traffic maintenance,
374-3639 Voice/TDD or via Florida YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2000 interested party shall be advised that drainage works, safety measures and
elay Sevice at 80955-8771 at94 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: the date, time and place of any other items considered a normal part
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida A parcel of land lying and being in the continuation of the public hearing, of this type of work
mp2091. SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section 21, shall be announced during the public 10/52tchg. 10/12
32091. N my hand andthe seal of Township 6 South, Range 22 :East, hearing and that no further notice
this court this 25th day of September, Bradford; County- Florida. being concerning the matter will be
s more particularly described as published.NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
RAY NORMAN follows: Commence at the SE comer All persons are advised that, ithey ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
Clerk the Court of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and run All persons are advised that. if they COMMISSION OF THE CITY
Clerk oT the Alln West along the South inne of d SE decide to appeal any decisions made OF STARKE, FLORIDA
By: Tasher Allen West along the South hne olfsaid SE at the public hearing they will need a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
As Deputy Clerk 1/4ol the NE 1/4 to theEastery night record of the proceedings and, for ordnance
9/284tchg.10/19 of-way line of Seaboard Co; -t Line such purpose, they may need to Starke Comprehending thve Plan, as
S: Railroad; thence Northeastei ',ng ensure that a verbatim record of the amen Comprehensive Plan, as
TAX DEED 2006-1 said right-of-way a distance proceedings is made, which record amended, which title hereinafter
NOTICE OF APPLICATION feetto the-Poin of Beginnir pncluees the testimony and evidence appQars, will be considered for
FOR TAX DEED the Point of Beginning thus ic;bled udes.. the tpestin a ne a enactment by the City Commission
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that run Southeasterly at right angles to po a of the City of. Starke, Florida,
CLYDE DEWITT HERSEY, the said right-of-way line a distance of ITEM I hereinafter referred to as the City
holders) of the following certificate 330 feet, thence run Northeasterl ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Commission,2 at public hearing on
has filed said certificate for a tax deed parallel to said right-of-way line17 Sealed bids for roadway sOctober 17, 2006 at7:00 p m, or as
to beissuedithereonleThe certificate ,,,,feat..t'ie .p .9r.f-watesteiyjg .. construction on: ...-heard, in the City Commission
.s _si.. i... .fissuwanq ,y aoesinet a A'r ^ 18St Street: Meeting,- tom:ity Mal l 0cated:ath*:
ces oplion r ithe property, an the -rit-ofwayine of Satdad Ct&Ste (Mark Lee Starling Road) 209 North Thompson Street,"Starke,
names o which it was assesse aree Sputhwesterly PART B: NE 28th Avenue Florida. Copies of said ordinance
ERIlCATEw NUMBER: 154 along said rightf-way line 170 feet (Luke ^ may be inspected by any member of
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1999 to the Point of Beginnin E will be received by Bradford Coun the public at the Office of the City
YEAR OF ISSUANCE RTY1999 NAME IN WHIC AC SSED: Commission at the office of the Clerk, City Hall, located at 209 North
DESCRIPTIouth N 132.00 feet of the Michael A. Chandler. County Clerk, County Courthouse, in Thompson 'Street, Starke, Florida,
Th528.00 feet of th 132.00 feeast 330of theo Said property being in the County of Starke until 3 p.m. DaylightSavings unreularbusiness hours. On
528e 00 feet of the East 33000 feet of B d St Unless Time, October 19, 2006.Bids will be date, time and place first above
the West 990.00 feet of the NW 1/4 of BradcrtificSatesoshallbdaeed opened and then publicly read aloud. medined, lml interesteda teslmay
-tte SW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 7' such certificates shall be redeemed CONTRACT DOCUMENTS mentioned, all interestedparties mayo
South, Range 21 East, Bradford according to the law the property consisting of Advertisement for Bids, appear and be heard wit respect to
County, Florida.-. -described in such certificate will be Information for Bidders, Bi, Bid the ordinance 20070496
Reserving therefrom an easement for sold to the highest bidder at the Bond, Agreement, General AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
ingress, egress, and utilities over the courthouse door at 11:00 a.m., Conditions, Supplemental General STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
Easterly 15 feet thereof. Friday, the 27th day of October, 2006. Conditions, Payment *Bond, THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
Above described parcel being Dated this 21st day of September, Specifications, and Addenda may be MAP OF THE CITY O~ STARKE
conveyed with a 30.00 foot easement 2006. examined at the following locations: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
for ingress, egress, and utilities over RAY NORMAN Owner: AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
the following described parcel; the CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Bradford County Courthouse AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
Northerly 30.00 feet of the Westerly BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Clerk's Office, ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
1040.00 feet and the Easterly 30.00 By: Carol Williams U.S. 301 AN APPLICATION S 060908 A, BY
feet of the Westerly 1005.00 feet of Persons with disabilities requesting Starke, Florida,32091 THE PROPERTY OWNER OFA
the Northerly 1238.00 feet of said NW reasonable accommodations to Engineer: 3 3 ACREAGER UNDER THE
1/4 of SW 1/4, Bradford County, participate in this proceeding should Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc. 'AID ACREAGE, UNDE
Florida. contact (904) 966 i 80. 4110 SW 34" Street, Suite 8 AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
Above described parcel also being 9/284tchg. 10/19 Gainesville, Florida,32608 ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
conveyed with a right of ingress and 352.371.2741 (P) 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
egress over the following described TAX DEED 2006-4 352.372.4318(F) FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
parcel; Commence at a concrete NOTICE OF APPLICATION Copies of the CONTRACT AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
monument located at the Northwest FOR TAX DEED. DOCUMENTS may be obtained at CHANGING THE LAND. USE
comer of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the office of the Engineer located at CLASSIFICATION FROM
Section 10, Township 7 South, Range LYNDAL L.MAY, the holders) of the RFPI lni=-rlAI MEDIUJLM DFNSITY
21 East and run South 00 degrees, 07 following certificate has filed said
rhinutes and 19 seconds East,'along certificate for a tax deed to be issued
the Westerly boundary thereof, thereon. The certificate number and
f57.72 feet to the Southerly boundary year of issuance, the description of 0 I
of the right-of-way of County Road the property, and the names in which
225 (formerly State Road S-225); it was assessed are as follows: UIIt H OW 0
thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes, CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 774
'19 seconds East, along said YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2000 .
Southerly boundary, 405.77 feet to the DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
centerline of an existing road for the All that part of the SE 1/4 of the NE So # tr t is
Point of Beginning (said road being 60 1/4 of Section 5, Township 7 South,
feet in width and lying 30 feet on each Range 22 East lying Northwesterly of 'h churches and businesses listed below urge you to l
side of a centerline described as the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
follows); From the Point of Beginning right-of-way.
thus described run South 00 degrees, Containing 2.90 acres, more or less. F rom allofus at Suburban Carpet Cleaners
07 minutes, and 19 seconds East, NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED: WESTERN STEER a
parallel with the Westerly boundary George Goetzman and Tim A. FA Professional Corpet &
of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, a distance of Goetzman. FAMILY Upholsler Cleoning .
378.18 feet thence South 15 degrees, Said property being in the County of STEAKHOUSE FOROSEWH SONEBES
15 minutes and 41 seconds West, Bradford, State of Florida. Unless EA K.USE /in$iST
374.65 feet; thence South 20 degrees, such certificates shall be redeemed U1301 S., Star(e DAVID HAMILTON
44 minutes and 49 seconds East, according to the law the property 964-8061 964-1800 or 1-800-714-1184
333.96 feet to the end of said 60 foot described in such certificate will be
road and the beginning of a road 20 sold to the highest bidder at the
feet in width and lying 10 Ofeet on each courthouse door at 11:00 a.m., STARKE UNITED Come worship with us
side of said centerline; thence Friday, the 27th day of October, 2006. PENTECOSTAL CHURCH STARKE SEVENTH DAY
continue South 20 degrees, 44 Dated this 21st day of September, SNA M I 100AM
minutes and 49 seconds East along 2006. SUNDAYMORNNG: 10:00 ADVENTIST CHURCH
said centerline, 30.88 feet; thence RAY NORMAN SUNDAY EVENING: 6:00 P.M. A NIST 9 amR.
South 21 degrees, 12 minutes and 57 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT WED. BIBLE STUDY: 7:30 P.M. Churd Saturday 9:30 am.
seconds East, 438.28 feet to a set iron BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 2324 SE SR-16, STARKE Sidool Saturday 10:45 am.
rod; thence South 21 degrees, 22 By: Carol Williams 904-9649619 Mid-week Study Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
minutes and 11 seconds East, 330.29 Persons with disabilities requesting 904-964-9619______pm
feet to an intersection with the reasonable accommodations to
centerline of a road 30 feet ih width participate in this proceeding should A CH IE TANNER
and lying 15 feet on each side of the contact (904) 966-6280. ARH HETANRr
following described centerline; thence 9/28 4tchg. 10/19 FUNERAL HOME
South 42 degrees, 52 minutes and 49
seconds West, 274.13 feet to a set ADVERTISEMENT OF SALE Ri t Bonn iinsFurie FL 3Awnme. 3 ,nfl (UT
iron rod; thence South 17 degrees, 50 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Peopiannng Funertal ArrMengts l
minutes and 25 seconds East, 418.91 undersigned intends to sell the HospitalEquipmen* Monuments
feet to a set iron rod (last said iron personal property described below to 964-5757 Archle M. Tanner, LFD.
rod being 15.00 feet Northerly of the enforce a lien imposed on said
Southerly boundary of the SE 1/4 of property under the Florida Self ap al Ct ,noa B tt C r
the NE 1/4 of said Section 10 when Storage Facility Act Statutes (83.801- a i i Ul Morgan Road Baptist Church
measured at right angles therefrom); 83.809). The undersigned will sell at Bank asli S
thence South 89 degrees, 53 minutes public sale by competitive bidding on


and 43 seconds East, parallel with the 11th day of October, 2006, at 350 N Temple Ave. 3784 NW CR-233 904-964-4422
last said Southerly boundary, 686.05 12:00 noon, on premises where said Starke, FL 32091, Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
feet to an iron rod set on the Easterly property has been stored and which (904) Morning Worship ...........................11:00.m.
boundary of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and are located at Santa Fe Storage, FAX (904) Evening Worship...............................6:00op.m.
the end of said centerline (last said 15540 N.E. Hwy. 301, Waldo, 964-7050 964-1905 Wednesday Worship...........................7:00p.m.
iron rod being located 15.00 feet Florida. County of Alachua, State of
Northerly of the Southeast corner of Florida, he following: M'sr-i Ss Tree Service
said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4). Johnnie robinson, Unit # C-13 S ree SerSIvice
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED: Stephen Lee, Unit # B-17 Eis al Church Removal Topping
June C. Rice. 9/28 2tchg. 10/5 Episcopal Church- Removalg Topping
Said property being in the County of CN Leer Wonrlkid Trimming Storm Damage
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless PUBLIC AUCTION Sunday Worship: 11:00 am 7 Fra stiiimates l used / H rmd
such certificates shall be redeemed A PUBLIC AUCTION will be held at Children's Church: 11:00 am RED STARLING MOBILE
according to the law, the property C&C Mini Storage at Handi-House 212,1. Church Slreel.Slarke, FL.%,-6126 3N52485-2197 352-538-O073
described in such certificate will be Portable Buildings, 1670 S. US-301
sold to the highest bidder at the in Starke, Fla., on Oct. 14, 2006, at _=_


43 WiClr/)l St
1 iB 964-827
-N ,'..^"kl--^J^^^^


(2 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS PER
ACRE) TO PUBLIC USE AND
FROM RECREATION TO PUBLIC
USE OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notice
concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
10/51tchg.
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an
ordinance amending the City of'
Starke Land Development Code, as
amended, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission
of the City of Starke, Florida,
hereinafter referred to as the City
Commission, at a public hearing on
October 17, 2006 at 7:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the City
Clerk, City Hall, located at 209 North
Thompson Street, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours. On
the date, time ana place first above
mentioned, all interested parties may
appear and be heard with respect to
the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2007-0497
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
OF STARKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE;
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGE; PROVIDING FOR
REZONING FROM SINGLE
FAMILY, VERY LOW DENSITY (R-
1A) TO COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL IB-2) AND FROM
SINGLE FAMILY. MEDIUM
DENSITY (R1 -C) TO COMMUNITY
COMMERCIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE .1
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
Interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
sial lnpouqed ring.thepublic
,hlaing nd t at n6 fde"ar n66ice
conce'rfihrig" the"MatleTr"Will" be
published.
All persons are advised that. if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings and. for
such purpose. they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony 'and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
S 0/5ltchg.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
CITY OF LAWTEY
MOODY APPLICATION FOR,
SPECIAL EXCEPTION
Pursuant to Section 12.2 Lawtey Land
Development Regulations a petition
for a special exception has been
submitted for consideration of the
Lawtey Planning & Zoning Board.
The application was submitted by
Michael R. Moody, Kevin C. Moody
and Nancy M. Ralston-Farr to permit
by special exception a recreational
vehicle park and campground on 40
+/- acres zoned County A-2 and
described as follows:
Legal Description of Property for
which the Special Exception is
Sought


The North Half of the Southwest
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of
Section 23, Township 5 South, Range
22 East of Bradford County, Florida.
Together with a non-exclusive
easement for ingress and egress
over and upon the west 15.0 feet of
the NW of NW of the NW of
Section 23, Township 5 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Subject to the Right of Way of County
Road 125.
Present Zoning District for the
Subject Property: County A-2
Present Future land Use Plan
designation for the Subject Property:
Residential, low density.
One public hearing will be held before
the Lawtey Planning & Zoning Board
on the following evening:
7:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 16,2006
at the Lawtey City Hall, 2783 W. Lake
St., Lawtey, Florida.
II anyone with a disability is in need of
assistance to attend these two
hearings please call the Town Clerk,
, telephone (904) 782-3454
10.52tchg 10/12
CITY OF STARKE
INVITATION FOR BIDS
FOR SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
City of Starke, Florida, offers for sale
to the public a residence on a
195x292 lot, located at 212 Redgrave
Street, in Starke, Florida. The
property is zoned "Municipal." The
lock home has three bedrooms and
three baths, CHA, carport and fenced
rear yard
The property is offered for sale on an
"as is" basis. No actual or implied
warranties of habitability, condition,
merchantability or fitness for any
general or specific use are hereby
given. The property is offered for sale
to the highest bidder. The-City
reserves the right to reject any and all
bids without qualification or limitation.
Buyer will be responsible for all
expenses necessary and incident to"
the recording of the deed. !, .....
All bids shall be submitted on the
form provided by the City. Copies of
the Bid Application Packet may be
obtained by contacting Linda W
Johns, City Clerk, at Post Office
Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091,, or in'
person at City Hall, 209 North-
Thompson Street, Starke, Flonda.
Sealed bids will be received until 5:00
p.m on Friday. Oct. 13, 2006, at City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson
Street, in Starke, Florida.
10/52tchg 10/12
LEGAL NOTICE
THE HSHW COMMITTEE f:
FloridaWorks will be holding a
meeting on Thursday, October 12,
2006, at 12:00 noon at the Gainesville
,Job Corps Center, 5301 NE 40th
Terrace, Gainesville, FL 32609.'
Please contact Celia Chapman' at
(352) 955-3011 with any questions
you may have.
10/5 ltchg.
T LEGAL NOTICE
The Boards of County
Commissioners for Alachua and
Bradford Countibs have scheduled a
bi-county consortium meeting for
Oct. 11, 2006, at 1:00 p.m at the
office, of Focused Management
Solutions, thne Seagle Building, 408
W. University Ave., Ste. 501,
Gainesville, FL. Interested persons
are encouraged to attend. If additional
information is desired, please call
FMS. Phyllis Marty,-at-(352) 955-
6509., .. .
10/5 1tchg.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned intends to sell the
personal property described below to
enforce a lien imposed on said
property under the Florida Self
Storage Facility Act Statutes (83.801-
83.809). The undersigned will sell at
public sale by competitive bidding on
the 18th day of October, 2006, at
12:00 noon, on premises where said
property has been stored and which
are located at Santa Fe Storage, 1630
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
County of Bradford, State of Florida,
the following:
Edward Strong, Unit #1-19
Michelle Adkins, Unit #1-15,
Shawn Coleman, Unit #1-22
Bridgett Holder, Unit #G-18
Came Hodge, Unit #G-36
Jalanda Hankerson, Unit #1-23
Blanch Jones, Unit #C-5
Quinque Robison, Unit #K-1
Andrea Smith, Unit #1-53
Kyle Wendell, Unit #1-42
Elizabeth Lee, Unit #A-2 and G-15
*10/52tchg. 10/12








Page 12A TELEGRAPH Oct.el 20


rirI TAre you ready for the hunt?


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
There's a hunt going on in
the city of Starke, but the target
is pretty wenl hidden.
Camouflaged in one of many
posters placed in businesses
around town is single, succulent
strawberry. Can you find it? If
so you could win a prize worth
hundreds of dollars.
In a 'promotion Main
Street Starke Inc. is calling
The Strawberry Hunt, keen
observers are invited take
note of the posters it has
placed in businesses around
town- posters that depict
several images of Sarke-drawn
following a recent visioning
session.
Have you seen the images
before? Is the image here one
of those posted around town?
You'll only know if you join
the hunt.
Don't stop once you've
found the sneaky strawberry.
Winning entries' should
include a list of all businesses
where the posters have been
placed. Here's a. hint. Many
are located in Main, Street's
downtown district. Want
a head start? There's one at
the Telegraph and one at 'the
chamber of commerce, but
you'll only know if one of those
contains the hidden strawberry
if,you come see for yourself.
Once you think you've
spotted all of the 'posters, drop
your entry off at the chamber
office located at 100 E. Call St.
A drawing will be held at noon
on Tuesday, Oct. 17, in the
chamber office. You must be
present to Win, and showing
up will give you an opportunity
to get involved in Main
Street's plans. for downtown
by talking with students from
the University of Florida about
your ideas for the city.


.Help YMCA
build its
center
The YMCA is committed
.to building strong kids,


No purchase is necessary
to win. Entrants must be 18
years or older. Employees of
participating businesses may
enter, but not the owners of
those businesses.
Grand prize is a gift basket


strong families and strong
communities. It is also
committed to building a new
YMCA-center here in Bradford
County.
The golf tournament planned
for Saturday. Dec. 16, will
help raise money toward that


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worth hundreds of dollars
filled with items representing
the city. Another gift basket
will be awarded to the second
place winner, while the third
place w inner % ill receive a gift
certificate from Western Sleer.


goal. Set at the Starke Golf
and CountrN Club. YMCA
% volunteers and staff hope to best
last year's tournament, which
raised more than $6,000.
Teams of four can register
for $200 for the Four-Man Best
Ball Scramble. There %will be
morning and afternoon flights,
and lunch will be served from
12:30-1:30 p.m.
A special drawing will award
prizes to those who enter the
tournament.
YMCA will be holding
a silent auction during the
tournament. Proceeds from the
auction and snack and drink
sales will also benefit YMCA
in Bradford County.
To register your team, please
call (904) 964-YMCA.


Bean
announces
district office
hours in area
House District 12
Representative Aaron Bean's
staff will meet with constituents
in Middleburg, S.tarke and:
Macclenny on the third
Thursday of e% en month.
Staff will next visit Starke
at the Bradford County
Cooperative Extension Ser ,ice
office on U.S. 301 nonh on
Thursday, Oct. 19, from 1-2
p.m. Appointments are not.
necessary, but if you would like
to make an appointment, please
call (904) 491-3664.


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Section B. Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006




Regional News

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




SFCC Starke Fall Festival begins next weekend


BY TERESA IRWIN
Telegraph Stiff Writer
The annual SFCC Starke
Fall Festival \\ill be held orn"
Saturday Oct. 14. from. 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, Oct.
15. from noon to 5 p.m.
According to festi'
coordinator, Kathryn Lehman.
this year's events will include
some exciting professional
theatre programs.
Following the Shriners
Parade down Call Street at II
a.m. Saturday. the Gamesville .
Youth Chorus will perform at
the Woman's Club on
Saturday.
This international children's
touring chorus has performed
at the Vatican in Rome, in
Austria v ith the Vienna Boys
Choir, in Ireland, and
throughout Europe.
Also performing at the
Woman's Club will be
Japanese storyteller Kuniko
Yamamoto who will be using
mythological character masks,
puppets, amazing flowers, and
a 6-foot-tall dragon in her
show, Origami Tales.
Lee Hunter and Ar\id Smith
of the duet. Tammerlin, will
perform their musical journey,
"Old Roads. Netw Turns."
The true centerpiece of their
performance is the folk music
origins that transcends with a
modern sound.. taking listeners
on a journey through time,
constantly moving forward, yet
always reaching back.
There will also be numerous
activities for kids outside the
theatre, such as .Bradford
County public schools'
Student Art Show & Contest,
face painting, and tents where
kids can make all sorts of craft
projects-all for free.
With more than 75 artists at
this year's fesuvaL there will
also be plenty of entertainment
for adults.
No matter what %our
musical taste,th4 w'il. 'be a
little something for everyone.
Performers such as Boilin'
Oil and Lonesome Highway
will bring their own blends of
bluegrass, Emmett Carlisle.
will have his original Florida
folk, the Reeves Brothers with
the smoking' blues, and
Kanapaha with traditional
Celtic music, to name a few,
will have showrtimes during the
festival.
There will be a wide variety
of artwork, with a blend of fine
arts and crafts.



Starke
Kiwanis poker
tournament is
Oct. 20
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
%ill be hosting a Texas Hold
'Em tournament on Friday,
Oct. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
Registration begins at 6 p.m.
and the entry fee is $50 (half
of the total collected on the
entr\ fee %%ill be returned to
the winners).
Pizza and drinks will be
served.
For more information, or to
reserve a spot, please call
Steve Denmark at 1904) 96-1-
5827.


BUSA to
meet Oct. 5
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association w ill meet
Thursday. Oct. 5, at 7 p.m.. in
the Luke Butler Elementary
School cafe
Those planning to show
animals in the Bradford-Union
fair in March 2007, must
attend this meeting.
Call 386.6i 496-3315 for
information










Thomas Jefferson took a
cold foot bath every
morning for 60 years.


On hand will be artists such
as Millard Griffis of Starke
who creates lovely, hand-
pr noted silver gelatin prints
whha-focus.on landscapes and
architectural portraits.
Artist Dexter Gillingham.


also of Starke, makes
handcrafted cypress furniture
which he sells online and to
wholesalers on both coasts. He
will be bringing his colorful
fish chairs, swings; arbors apnd
extended line of tables to the


festival.
Jeweler Andrew Penczar of
Sebring uses wood, semi-
precious stones and crystals in
his jewelry. He labels his work
"direct constructed artwork."
Award-winning artist Sheila


Crawford, who grew up in
Lawtey, will be displaying her
. unique and breath-taking
photography. Together with
her background as. a painter
and her love for photography,
Sheila takes photography


beyond traditional boundaries.
There will also be food, food
and more food. Chuck Kramer
with WEAG will be
broadcasting live and giving
.away prizes during the
weekend festival. --


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR-B-SECTION Oct. 5, 2006


OBITUARIES "


Reva O'Steen
PROVIDENCE Reva Estelle
Roberts O'Steen, '90, of
Providence died Thursday, Sept.
28, 2006.
A.-lifelong resident of Union
County, Mrs. O'Steen was the
daughter of the late Sheppard and
Annie Rob'erts. She and her late
husband, J.W. O'Steen, ,owned
and operated O'Steen Dry Goods
and O'Steen & Sons Feed, and
Seed Store for many years. She
was a member of Providence
Village Baptist Church.
Mrs. O'Steen is survived by:
two daughters. Shirley Howard of
Lake Butler -and Deborah
Crawford of Brunswick, Ga.; two
sons. Jimmy O'Steen of Easton,
Pa. and Billy O'Steen of
Providence; a sister, Mondell
Blackwelder of Dowling Park;
eight grandchildren and 10 great-
grandchildren She was preceded
in death, by 'a son, Johnny
O'Steen, and a grandson, Chuck
Howard..
Funeral services for Mrs.
O'Steen were Oct. 1, 2006, in
Providence Village Baptist
Church with the Rev. Lowell
O'Steen and the Rev. Larry
Clyatt officiating. Burial
followed in Old Providence -
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral.Home of Lake Butler.

Mamie Barrett
LIVE OAK Mamie Louise
Barrett, 87, of Live Oak died
-Monday, Oct. 2, 2006, at Shands
Lake Shore.
-Born in Lawtey, Mrs. Barrett
moved to Live Oak three years
ago. She was a homemaker and
member of First Baptist Church
otf N1iRtd 2'"S
Mrs Barret is sur\i\ed by:
two datighiers, GloHi Kirby of
Moulton, Ala., and Kathy
Knights' of Lake City; a son,
William Barrett of Live Oak;
seven grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and four.great-
greai-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Barrett will be held at II a.m.,
on Thursday. Oct 5. 2006. at
First Baptist Church of Highland
with the Re\. Lester Austin
officiating. Burial will follow in
Long Branch Cemetery under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.
. The family will receive friends
on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006;
from 7 until 9 p.m. at the funeral
home.


We want to thank Bonnie and
Nathan Brown for showing us what
"friends" are for
Thank you .for helping us
understand the meaning of trust,
compa s sion and the old saving
" What goes around comes
around."
I hope when it does it treats you the,
same as us. Good luck.
Thanks,
The Renfroe Family


Billy Cartee
MELROSE Billy Joe Cartee,
18, of Melrose died Friday, ept.
29, 2006, as a result of a heart
condition.
Born in Foley, Ala., Mr.
Cartee moved to Melrose 12
years ago from Lakeland. He was
a senior at. Interlachen High
School and was of the Baptist
faith.
Mr. Cartee is survived by, his.
Smother-and- stepfather, Jo Lynn
and Charles Richard Harnage;
brothers, Billy Don Brooks,
Shawn Michael Brooks and
Gordon Richard Harnage, all ;of
Melrose; paternal grandparents,
Gordon and Terri Wimberly. of.
Lakeland; maternal grandmother,
Elizabeth Cartee of Vallie. Ala;
and grandfather, Bill Brooks of
Penascola.
Graveside services for Mr.
Cartee were Oct. 3, 2006, at
Eliam Funeral Home in Melrose
with the Rev.Dav.id Bentley
officiating. Burial followed under
the dare of Moring Funeral, Home
in Melrose.

Eva Doughman
WILLISTON Eva Christine
Doughman, 87, of Williston died
Monday, Oct. .2, 2006, at
Doctors' Memorial Hospital in
Perry. She lied in Bronson and
Starke before moving to9
Williston' three years ago.
Mrs. Doughman is survived:
by: a daughter, Julia Mae Gaston'
of Madison; 14 grandchildren
and many great-grandchildren.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke is in charge of
arrangements.

Grace Howard
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Grace
Mary Howard,' 87, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, Sept., 26,
2006. Wat Palm Gardens in-
Gainesville.
Mrs. Howard moved, to
Keystone Heights in' 1967 from
the Cocoa/Merritt Island area.
She w"as retired from retail
'clothing sales and was a member
.of the United Church of Christ.
Mrs. Howard is survived by: a-
daughter, Nancy Clance of
Keystone Heights; three
stepdaughters, Clarice Taylor and
Vera Hickok, both of Oregon,
and Shirley Ann Zobian of Union
City, Mich.; a stepson, Allen M.
Howard of Battle Creek, Mich.;
three sisters, Bernice Christner,
of Merritt Island, Irene Mercer of
Port Huron, Mich., and Barbara
Poole of-,Jacksoa,..Mih..lM AJO
grandchildren and 14 great- .
-grandchildren. Arrangements
were under the care of Forest
Meadows Funeral Home.

S In7emor y ,

In Loving Memory
Of .
Ginger Lee.Davis
July 12, 1942 -Oct. 9, 2004

Sister, friend, Christian, daughter,
.wife, grandmother, mother.
beautiful, caring, hopeful, loving,
lively, funny, sincere, happy,'
forgiiing, understanding.
unselfish, kind, considerate,
..thoughtful, Godly, spirited,
'playful, teacher fearless, honest,
prayerful, holy, saved, heaven
sent. talented. fithfld, God's'


Jimmie Hales
FT. WHITE Jimmie H.F.
Hales, 69, of Ft. White died
Friday, Sept. 29, 2006,
following an extended illness.
Born in Alachua the son of the
late A.D. and Maggie Hales, Mr.
Hales lived most of his life in
Alachua County before moving
to Columbia.County.in 1986. He.
was a diesel mechanic with Shadd
Trucking until he retired in 2005.
He was a U.S. Army veteran and
served in the Korean War He was
a member and 'deacon of
Providence Village Baptist
Church. -
Mr. Hales is survived by: his
wife of 45 years, Imogene "Jean"
Lites Hales of 'Ft. White; two
sons, John W. Hales and Thad
Hales, both of Ft. White; a,.
brother, Bobbie Hales of
Gainesville; three, sisters,
Florence E. Mills of Lake Butler,
Sarah L. Hales of Flagler Beach
and Dorothy J. Padgett of'
Gainesville: four grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. He
was preceded in death b) a
daughter, Debbie Hales, and two
brothers, Jessie M. Hales and
A.D. Hales Jr.
Funeral services for Mr. Hales
were Oct. 2, 2006, in Providence
Village Baptist Church with the
Rev. Bo Hammock and the Rex.
Billy C. Shepherd officiating.
Burial follov.ed in New Oak
Grove Cemetery in Alachua
County.

Jean Richardson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jean
Addington Richardson. 82. of
Keystone Heights died SundaN..
.Oct I, 2006. She was a longtime
resident of Keystone Heights
Mrs Richardson is sur'i'.ed
by" her husband of 63 \ears.:-
O'Dann Richardson of Ke)stone.
Heights; a -daughter. Kath*
Barrow of Keystone Heights. a
son, Tom Richardson of
Keystone Heights: a brother, Jim
Addington of Ft. White: two
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren..`
A memorial service for Mrs.
Richardson will be,.held at
Keystone United Methodist
Church in Keystone Heights on
Thursday, Oct. 5. 2006, at .1:30
p.m. Arrangements are under the
care of .,ones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Haven Hospice, of
North Central Florida, 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606.


LAKE CITY Susie
Blackwelder Thomas. 90, of

messenger, our love, never'
forgotten.
Randall Davis and family
.Thelma and Jimmy Thornton
Elizabeth and Wayne McLeod.
families



The family of the late Classie M.
DeSue acknowledges with sincere
appreciation the prayers.
telephone calls. food and other
thoughtful acts of l.indn sts
rendered during our time of
bereavement.
We thank you, and pray God's
rice st blessings upon each and
ee ery one of \'ou The family


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Lake City died Wednesday, Sept.
27, 2006,'at Shands Lake Shore
Hospital following an extended
illness,
A lifelong resident of
Columbia County, Mrs. Thomas
was born in9 Lulu. She was the
daughter of the late John Jackson
Blackwelder and Emma Kay Kerce
Blackwelder. Shie was a
homemaker, served in the local
PTO and was a den mother for
many years. She was a lifelong
member of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints and
Daughters of thetConfederacy and'
ihe American Revolution.
Mrs Thomas is survived.by:
her children, Ronald "Rocky"'
Thomas, Rita Thomas -Strattan,
Duane E. Thomas .arid Timothy
Thomas Sr.. all of Lake Cit, t\\o
sisters. Ouida Blackwelder Miles
Nettles of Lake Cit; and Mary
Jane Blackwelder Cutler of Salt
Lake City, Utah;. 20
grandchildren and 20 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by her husband of 69
\ears, Luther T..Thomas
Funeral services for Mrs.,
Thomas were Oct. 2, 2006, 'in the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter'
Day Saints 'with Jeffrey Thomas
officiating. Interment followed
in Oak Grove Cemetery in Union
Counts. Arrangements were.
under the care of Dees Familn
Funeral Home and Cremation
Sei- ices of Lake City. :

William Smith
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The
Re\ William "Bill" Weston
Smith. 72, of Keystone Heights
died Tuesday. Oct. 3, 2006. at
Shands LF following a stroke.
Born in Hamilton. Ohio. on
Oct 12, 1933. Re%. Smith
moved to Keystone Heights in
1999 from Largo. He was a
retired Methodist minister and
served in the U.S. Navv. He was a
member of Keystone Linited
Methodist Church.
Re\. Smith is surNised bN: his
wife of 48 years. Betty Jean
Nolle LSmith of. Keystone
Heights; t: o daughters. Valli
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Van Meter of Gainesville and
Meagan Phelps of Lake City; a
sister, Jeannenne Wright of
Merritt Island; and four
grandchildren.I
,Memorial services for Rev.
Smith will be held at I1I a.m. on
Friday, Oct. 6, 2006, in
Keystone United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Walter
Andrews conducting the services.,
Interment will be at a later date
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Walter Terrell
STARKE Walter Lewis
Terrell, 74, of Starke died
Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006, at Shands
Starke....
Born in Georgia, M'r. Terrell
lived in Jacksonville before
moving to Starke many years
ago
Mr. Terrell is survived by: his
wife, Erlinda Terrell of Starke: a
daughter, Teresa Ross of Glen
Saint Mary; a son, Danny Terrell
of Plantersville, Ala.; a
stepdaughter, Stefanie Pormatilo
of Starke: his mother, Allie Mae
Terrell of Starke; three sisters,
Gladys Lee of Starke, Hilda Mock
of Lake Butler and Frances
Harvard of Mississippi; a
brother, W.C.. Terrell of
Green ille. S.C.: seven
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mr.
Terrell %ill be held at 1 p.m. on
Saturday, Oct. 7. 2006. at
Crosb\ Lake Cemetery with the


Rev. John Strickland officiating.
Interment will follow under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke.

Jimmie Osteen
LAWTEY Jimmie James
Osteen, 52, of Lawtey died
Thursday,. Sept. 28, 2006, at
Shands Starke after an apparent *
heart attack.
Born in Lake City, Mr. Osteen
lived in Baker County before
moving to Lawtey. He was a
sergeant with Union County
Correctional Institution in
Raiford He also.worked for 19
years for Florida Gas
Transmission in Brooker. He was
a member of Evergreen Baptist
Church in Lawtey. where he was a
deacon.
Mr. *Osteen is survived by: his.
wife of 33 years, Judy Redding
'Osteen of Lawtey: two daughters,
Tiffan ULinderhill of Starke and
Melanie Alldredge of Lawtey; his
father and stepmother, James and
Joyce Osteen of Glen St. Mary; a
brother, Donald Osteen of'
Albany, Ga.; and two
grandchildren. Hlie was preceded
in death by his mother, Beatrice
Manning Osteen.
Funeral sern ices for Mr.
Osteen were :Oct. 2, 2006. at
Evergreen Baptist. Church with
the '.Rev Paul Steinbach
officiating. Burial followed at
South Prong Cemetery in
Sanderson under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake,
Butler.

Church and all the participating
comminiitv friends.
Thanks to the Haile Funeral Home
fi:.r a. ob well done.
You -will always be blessed and
forever ourprayers May God
bless each of you.
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Carter Family


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Smoke causes
accident on
U.S. 301
Only minor .injuries' were
reported in the :Monday
morning crash involving a car
and a tractor-trailer on U.S.
301 just south of Hampton.
Early morning fog combined
with smoke from a controlled
burn near Hampton to severely
limit visibility at about 6 a.m.
Oct. 2.
A 1986 Chevrolet sedan
driven by Joe Williams, 24-1, of
Gaiinesville, was traveling
north in the right lane on 301
behind a 2006 Peterbilt tractor-
trailer being driven by Jill
Jenssen. 42. of Bradenton.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper N1
Childress. hen Jenssen
slowed the Peterbilt due to the
lowered visibility and the
presence of other vehicles.
Williams was unable to slow
enough in time to avoid a
collision.
The left front of the sedan
struck the right rear of the
trailer. Williams had minor
injuries and Jenssen was
uninjured. Damage to the
sedan was estimated at $1,000.
Damage to the trailer was
estimated at $500.
There %were no charges.

Minor injuries
in Union
crash Oct. 1
A vehicle backing into
traffic on S.R. 121 resulted in a
crash on the evening of Oct. I.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper D.L
Myers. Jose Ramos, 51, of
Lake Butler was backing his
1996 Chrysler van out of his
driveway onto S.R. 121 at SW
16"' Street at about 11:20 p.m.
The report said Julian T.
Langford, 61, of Worthington
Springs was driving his 1995
Geo westbound on S.R. 121
when Ramos backed into his
path.
The car's right front struck
the van's right rear and both
vehicles rotated and came to
rest blocking traffic on S.R.
121.
Damages to the van and the
Geo were estimated at $800
each.. Ramos was cited for
improoer backing.

Charges
result from
illegal hunting
A Bradford County man and
juvenile were stopped Sept. 24
for illegal hunting in the
archery area of the Camp
Blanding Wildlife
Management Area.
A 21-year-old Bradford
man, armed with a rifle, and a
juvenile carrying a camera
were found in the archery area.
according to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission officers Michael
Goodwin and Harold Barry.
Both people admitted to
'having been in the area on the
previous day and admitted to


videotaping their hunting trip,
said the report.
LThe adult was charged with
hunting on-a closed wildlife
managementt area, hunting by
illegal means and trespassing.
The juvenile was charged with
trespassing. The rifle and
video camera were confiscated
as evidence.

Warrant
arrestresults
in chase
Starke Police Officer Paul
King responded Sept. 26 to a
call regarding a disturbance
.and noted that one of the
people involved was a man
being sought on-a Bradford
warrant.
Officer King responded to a
Starke residence to find Ted
Bernard Curtis III, 26, of Lake
Butler outside an apartment,
loading property into a vehicle.
Curtis said the property was
his and he was retrieving it.
Officer King reported that
he was aware of a warrant for
Curtis' arrest. The warrant was
for failure to appear in court on'
a charge of driving while
license is suspended or
revoked.
Officer King said he told
Curtis that he would be
detained, pending confirmation
of the warrant. \When King had
placed one handcuff on Curtis,
Curtis turned and ran.
Officer King said he
maintained a hold on the loose
handcuff and ran along with
Curtis, ordering him to stop
and attempting to slow him
down. King said Curtis then
turned and pushed the officer
in an attempt to break his hold
on the handcuff.
SPD Officer. Stephen
Murphy had also responded to
the call and arrived in time to
see Curtis flee. Murphy joined
the chase and said he warned
Curtis to stop. Both officers
reported that Curtis refused
numerous commands to stop,
so Murphy used his taser to
end the chase.
Because it is policy for
emergency medical personnel
to respond to any use of a taser
by SPD, rescue arrived and
checked Curtis. During this
examination, Officer King said
he saw a pill bottle partially
hidden in Curtis' boot.
Inside the bottle were .174
,Melh.adqne pills and. .15
Endocet pills. Both
medications are issued by
prescription only and Curtis
idid not have a prescription,
said Officer King.
.Curtis was charged with
resisting arrest with violence,
possession of a controlled
substance and failure to
appear.
Total bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.

Uncooperative
victim results
in 2 arrested
When Clay County Sheriffs
Office deputies Dennis Urban
and Anthony Harris arrived on
the scene of an incident 'at 'a


Keystone Heights residence,
they found a man with a small
wound on his arm and
neighbors who reported that:
the woman in the residence-
had a knife
When Deputy Urban
interviewed the alleged victim,,
Edwin Julius May,. 21, of,
Keystone, Urban said May told
them nothing was wrong and
attempted. to walk away. When
Deputy Urban asked May to
stay so. that the officers could
complete their investigation,
May allegedly became
belligerent, shouted at the
officers and ordered them to
leave the property.
Deputy Urban reported there
was also a strong smell of
alcohol about Ma's person
When May again attempted to
leave the area, Deputi Urban.
said he grabbed May's arm.
but Max pulled avwaN. Deputy
Urban arrested MaN for
disorderly intoxication and
resisting or obstructing an
officer without % violence
Deputy Harris inter'eieed
Monique Renee Lussier. 2-1. of
Keystone who v.as allegedly\ in
possession of a knife before
the deputies arrived and had
allegedly cut MNlas % th it.
Lussier was charged with two
counts of aggra% ated battery.

BC juvenile
victim in frat
party incident
A Bradford Counti female
juvenile was one of, three
young women who reported
that the. may hae been
drugged at a Pi Kappa Alpha
(Pike) Fraterni t party in
Gamesville Oct. 2.
According to police reports.
the three young women \\oke
up three or four hours after
allegedly having something to
drink at the party. Each of the
three woke up in a different
location and went to
Gainesville hospitals.


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described the' girls as being
"excessively" drunk for the
amount they had been
drinking.
Law enforcement officials
report, that the girls believe
they were drugged.
No charges had been filed as
of: press time, but the
in estigation is ongoing.

Arrests
The following people were
arrested in Bradford or Union
County or in the Keystone
Heights area of Clay County
during the past week,
Joseph Mandel Hilliard, 36,
of Starke, was arrested Sept.
30 for batter\ bs Bradford
Counts Sheriff's Oflice
iBCSO'i Deputy Robbie
Watkins after deputies were
dispatched to investigate the
report of a disturbance at an
apartment on U.S. 301 south of
Starke.
According to a report filed
by Deputy Watkins. Hilliard
allegedly struck his girlfriend
during an argument outside the
apartment. Hilliard was
subsequently charged with
domestic batter. 'Bond was set
at $1,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Leon Watkins. 28. of Lake
Butler was arrested by BCSO
Deputy Tommy Sapp on Sept.
29 for possession of cocaine
and possession of cannabis
(marijuana.i.
Deputi Sapp stopped
Watkins for speeding on C.R.
231 near Brooker and a Florida
High\sa. Patrol (FHP) K-9
alerted to the presence of
narcotics inside the'vehicle.
A search uncovered
approximately 30 grams of
cocaine and six grams of
cannabis. Total bond \was set at
$50,000 and Watkins remained
in jail as of press time. .


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Michael John Whittield. 16.
of Starke, was arrested lor
disorderly intoxication and
resisting arrest without
violence by BCSO DeputN Joe
Jones after deputies responded
to investigate the report of a.
domestic dispute at a trailer
park south of Starke.
According to a report filed
by Deputy Jones. Whitlield
was intoxicated and shouting
profanities, which caused
several people to gather to see
what was happening.
Deputy Jones reported
Whitfield refused to calm
himself when requested to do
so by deputies at the scene.
Whitfield was placed under
arrest for disorderly,
intoxication and was also
charged with resisting arrest
without violence .
Total bond was set at $2,000
and he was released on bond
Oct. 1.
Kishanna Chimere Strong.
25, of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 26 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) Officer Bill
Murray for burglary, domestic
battery and criminal mischief
after she allegedly forced her
way into an apartment in
Starke.
An ensuing domestic
disturbance resulted in the
victim exhibiting scratches,
bruising and redness, said the
report.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
Strong was released on bond
Sept. 26.
Matthew Silas Miller. 18, of
Lake-Butler was arrested Sept.
27, by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on six counts of
burglary, three counts of
property damage and two


counts of petit theft in relation "
to several burglaries that -
occurred in Lake Butler during
the month ot July. Total bond
was set at more than $20.000.
Hure Waldron, 29, of .
Starke was arrested Sept. 29 by
BCSO Deputy Aaron Black on
a Union County warrant for
violation of probation on
original charges of felony ,
battery and aggravated assault
%with a deadly weapon. Bond
was set at $25,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Amanda Cannon, 23, of o
Jacksonville sas arrested Sept. '
27 by BCSO Deputy Cherri :
Mann on a Duval County
warrant for child neglect. Bond '4
was set at $1,503 and she was
released on bond Sept. 27.
Carl Rowe, 22, of Hampton
was arrested Sept. 26 by
BCSO Deputy Robert Watkins
on a Bradford County warrant
Sfor burglary and grand theft.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 26,
Bobby Kelly,. 52. of Lawtey
was arrested Sept. 25, by
BCSO Deputy Jason Clark on
a warrant for failure to appear
on an original charge of
driving while license is
suspended or reoked
(DWLSR). Bond was set at
$3.,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Shaun Koonce, 18. of ,
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 26,
by Starke Police Department
Officer Stephen Murphy on a
writ of bodily attachment.
Koonce paid a cash purge of
$285 and was released Sept.
29.
Michael Delitt, 39, of
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SEd itorial/Opin ion

Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006 *: Page 4B




Proposed amendments and

recommendations for voting


On Tuesday, Nov. 7, voters will complete
the election-cycle for the year 2006. Aside
from electing men and women to fill
various elective positions, voters will have
an opportunity to vote on six amendments
to the Florida Constitution. Two proposed
amendments, numbers two and five, were-
pulled fromthe.balloLby-the-Legislature, but
six remain. '
The following is an attempt to clarify'
the language of the proposed amendments
and offer recommendations for our readers'
consideration, but for those seeingthe situation
differently, there will be no disagreement.
That's what voting is all about-each of us
voting his or her personal opinion.
Amendment No. 1: State planning and
budgeting process.
This amendment, if passed, will limit the
Legislature's ability to appropriate from
nonrecurring funds more than 3 percent of
the total general revenue funds for recurring
expenditures unless approval exceeds 3/5
vote of each legislative body (House and
Senate).
It ",ill also require the establishment
of a joint legislative budget commission,
which will issue long-range financial
outlooks; provide for limited adjustments
in the state budget without concurrence of
the full legislature, as provided by general
law; reduce tie number of times trust funds
are automatically terminated; require the'
preparation and revision of a long-range
state planning document every other year;
and establish a Government Efficiency Task
Force and specify its duties.
Vote yes for this proposed amendment,
because it will provide the means for the
Legislature, along with the governor, to
install a long-range planning process, putting
both budget revenues and expenditures in one
document which hasn't been done in the past.
creating a long-range financial outlook.
The proposal could be improved and
strengthened by requiring membership on the
efficiency task force to be drawn from non-
government entities and preclude elective
---officials--f6romiiblding- a position on the
jom yaI n, ,ha ,..
A'~e'ndiiieC No. : This ptopo'sal hd1 to
do with term limits, but was withdrawn by
the Legislature. It will return in subsequent
years. The Legislature would like to modify
or eliminate term limits.
Amendment No. 3: Requiring broader
public support for constitutional amendments
or reisions.
This proposed amendment initiated by the
Legislature asks voters to raise the approval
rate from 50 percent plus I to 60 percent plus
I to pass ballot initiatives.
--n-T"rias fg~-the required percentage of
affirmative votes will reduce cluttering the
Constitution with regulations better handled
by statute.
Amendment No. 4: Protect people,'
especially youth, from health hazards of
tobacco.
The approval of this initiative by' petition
will mandate the Legislature to spend 15
percent of the 2005 tobacco settlement
payments to Florida in educating people.
especially youth, on the dangers of using
tobacco products. Florida receives more than
$360 million each year and spends $1 million
to educate residents on the hazards of using
tobacco.
In essence, the proposal, if passed, would"
require the expenditure of $57 million on the
program.
Vote no on this proposal. Increasing funds


for warning people (read youth), by $56
million per year %will force the Legislature to
raise taxes or reduce other programs. While
the use of tobacco products poses a serious
health problem to the individual and expense
to society, it remains a legal product in the
marketplace.
Amendment No. 5: Removed by the
Florida Supreme Court. This proposal had
to do with reapportioning legislative and
congressional districts b) a nonpartisan
committee rather than by the legislature.
Amendment No. 6: Placed on ballot by
a joint resolution of House and Senate to
increase Homestead Exemption from $25,000
to $50,000 for low-income seniors.
Low-income seniors have been defined
as being age 65 or older with a household
incorhe that does not exceed $25,000 a year.
Vote yes on this proposal. The reduction in
taxes may be in the neighborhood of $450 to
$550, depending on the millage, representing
a large expenditure to the individual or couple,
but insignificant to the county.
(Editor's note: This additional $25,000 .
exemption is already in place in Bradford
County for qualified seniors.)
Amendment No. 7: Permanently disabled
veterans discount on homestead ad valorem
tax.
This amendment to the Florida Constitution
proposes and ad valorem tax discount on the
homestead of a partially or totally disabled
veteran age 65 or older. The veteran must have
been a Florida resident at time of induction,
his or her disability combat-related, and he or
she must be honorably discharged.
The percentage of discount equals the
percentage of his/her disability, up to $5,000.
Effective date would be Dec. 7, 2006.
Vote yes on amendment number seven to
assist disabled veterans.
(Editor's note: A $5.000 exemption for
disabled veterans is already in place in
Bradford County.) ,
Amendment No. 8: Eminent domain.
A -year or so ago. a city in the Northeast
took from owners a large area within the city
limits, using the power of eminent domain, a
legal devise to provide land for infrastructure,
suc"' as road's and bridges, or possibly for civic
buildings. City fathers stretched the meaning
of eminent domain to include the taking of
land and buildings. including homesteads, for
private enterprise.
Their explanation for taking private
property was to increase tax revenue through
the elimination of blight, that is, to take the.
land and resell it to individuals who would
build structures to increase the tax base.
Many people do not see this action as
a wise decision, nor do they believe it to
be a moral decision. Many states ha.e
already taken legislative action to preclude
government from taking land for other than
building infrastructure, and this amendment
is Florida's attempt to thwart politicians'
abuse of eminent domain.
Vote yes on this proposal.

Wherever you live, please vote. 'It isn't:
fair to yourself, your family, your neighbor"
or your country to sit out an election. Your.
aote has equal importance with the richest
among us and provides an: equal opportunity.
for the indi idual to affect the outcome of an
election.

By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


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Dear Editor:
Most Americans are too
uneducated to understand that
the passage of a bill to control
the treatment of prisoners of_,
the '-WaT-rO Terror" nullifies
the basic unalienable right
(habeas corpus) that has made-
America the land of liberty.
Miss Liberty in New York
Harbor, must be weeping
uncontrollably at the action
taken by. the American
Congress recently in
SWashington, D.C.
The president now has the
authority to arrest and hold
incommunicado anyone he so
desires to hold and that person
has no recourse to any official
protection body. -
The nullification of the Writ
of Habeas Cdrpus is the same
act that all dictators take as"
their first step in their move to
authoritarian rule, i.e., rule
without approval of those
being ruled. The Roman
emperors did it. The popes of
-medieval Europe did it. Mao
Zedong did it. Mussolini did it.
Hitler did it. Stalin did it.
Putin did it. Musharraf did it.
:King Saud did it. Ayatollah
Khomeini did it. Mubarak did
it. All dictators do it. And, so
did Saddam Hussein and George
W Bush.
And, Bill Nelson. 'U.S.
Senator from Florida did it and
so did his Republican
colleague, U.S. Senator Bob
Martinez and most members of
the Florida Congressional
delegation.
Isn't it comforting to those
of us citizens of Florida, who
understand the importance of
the basic unalienable right
(habeas corpus) that underlies
the Bill of Rights of the
Constitution. to know that we
have two senators who think to
nullify this essential protection
of our individual liberty?
And, of course, all the so-!
called Christian Republicans
and some neo-con Democrats
in the Congress from Florida
voted to allow emperor George
I to trash the right of habeas'
corpus too.
Congress is nothing but a
rubber stamp for those who
- enabled the terrorists to
terrorize America in the first


place. If Emperor George I had
been on the ball, the 9/11/01
disaster"-Would never have
happened and we would not be
in the Iraq mess and the radical
Islamic terrorists would not
have won the war on terror.
The passage of the "Habeas
Corpus Nullification Law" by
Congress signifies that the
radicall Islamic_
terrorists have achieved what
they intended-the nullification
of individual -liberty in
America. The terrorists have
won the war. The war is de
facto over'., It is senseless to
continue to' fight. America is


dead. It has lost its soul-
individual liberty. The death of
past soldiers has been rendered
worthless by the. "Habeas
Corpus Nullification Law."
Don Kennedy
Starke



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ARRESTS
Continued from p. 3B
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 26 by SPD Officer Keith
Parker for retail theft. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of jail time.
Pedro Carter, 35, of Starke-
was arrested Sept. 27 by
Alachua County Sheriff's
Office deputies on. three
warrants for failure to appear
and bond surrender. Total
bond was set at $7,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Carlos Hernandez, 22, of
Bartow was arrested Sept. 27
by BCSO Deputy Mann on a
warrant for failure to appear on
original charges of DWLSR
and attaching tag not assigned.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
.was released on bbnd Sept. 27.
William Holland, 33, of
'Starke was arrested'Sept. 27 by.
BCSO Deputy Tommy Sapp-
for DWLSR, knowingly. Bond
was set at. $500 and he was
released on bond Sept. 27.
Joe Ivory, 42, of Lawtey was
arrested Sept. 27 by BCSO
Deputy Watkins on a Brevard
County warrant for' contempt.
Bond was set at $40 and he
was released on bond Sept. 27.
Kathy J. Douglass, 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
27 by Union County Sheriff's
-Office (UCSO Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on a warrant for
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon. Bond was set
at' $25,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 30.
Ronald Stewart, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 28. by
BCSO Deputy Drew Moore
for possession of a suspended
driver's license and' on, a
warrant for failure to. appear on
an original charge of criminal
mischief. Bond 'was. set at
$727.50 and he was released
on bond Oct. 1.
Matthew Reddish, 27, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 28
by Hampton Police
Department Officer Gibson for
DUI, possession of less than
20 grams of cannabis,
ak. session of drug
ral'a'phernala and refusing to
take a breath alcohol test.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
..was released on bond Sept 29.
Benjamin Cutler, 39, of
Winter Springs was arrested
Sept'. 28 on two Bradford
warrants for failure to appear
in court on a charge of
violation of probation. Bond
was set at $8,000 and he was
released on his own
recognizance Sept,.' 29 by
Judge Johnny Hobbs.
Libby Withrow, 39, of
Melrose was arrested Sept. 28
by SPD Officer Shawn Brown
on Sept. 28 for habitual
DWLSR. Bopd was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Sept. 28.
Terance Washington, 24, of'
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
28 by SPD Officer James
Hooper for having no valid
driver's license. Bond was set
at $500 and he was released on
bond Sept. 28.
Raymond Perry, 21, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 29 by
BCSO Deputy Moore for
possession of a controlled
substance. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he was released


ion bond Sept. 30.
David Clay. 39,' of Starke
was arrested Sept. 30 by SPD
Officer Richard Crews on a
warrant for failure to appear on
a charge of DWLSR, DWLSR
knowingly, possession of crack
cocaine and possession ofhNrug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$20,205 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Charles Simpson, 26, of
Graham-was arrested Sept. 30
by SPD Officer Murphy for
domestic battery. Bond was set
at $1,000 and he was released
on bond Sept. 30.

Barbara MacDougal, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 30 by.
SPD Officer Murphy for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond Oct. 1.
Davis McClenaghan, 25, of
Graham was arrested Sept. 30
by BCSQ Deputy Sapp for
DWLSR, knowingly. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond Sept 30:
Donald. Berg, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 30 by SPD Officer
Murphy on a Clay County
warrant for theft of service.
Bond: was set at $10,003 and,
-he remained in jail as of press
time.
Law% rence ITgette, 20, of
Melrose was arrested Sept. 30
by SPD Officer Paul King for
possession of alcohol by a
person under 21 years of age
"and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at,
$2.000 and he was released on
bond Oct. 1.
Diane Clay, 50, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 30 by SPD
Officer Crews for possession
of crack cocaine and,
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$20,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.
Wesley Seaton, 20, of
Waldo was arrested Oct. 1 by
SPD Officer Murphy on a
Union County warrant for


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violatipoi of probation and a
charge of resisting arrest
without violence. Bond was set
at $1,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Brian Copeland, 27, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 1 by
SPD Officer King on a warrant
for failure to appear-violation
of probation. Bond was set at
$4,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Angela Seaton, 32, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 1 by SPD
Officer King for resisting
arrest without violence. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.

Adam Sviter, 22, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 1 by BCSO
Deputy Sapp for DWLSR,
knowingly Bond was set at
S2.500 and heremained in jail.-
as of press time.
Marlene,.Griffis, 26, of
Starke was arrested Oct. I by
officers of the Department of
Corrections Inspector
General's Office for
possession of. cocaine,
possession of. a controlled
substance and introduction of
contraband into a prison. Band
had not been set as of press
time.
Le is.' Brown, 37, of
Gainesville .was arrested by
SPD Officer Bill Murray Oct.
I1 for DWLSR and resisting
arrest without .iolence. Bond
'\as set at $1,000 and*'he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Zachary Kendall. 18, of
Gaines\ ille %as arrested Oct. 2
by -SPD Officer Crews for
possession .of less than 20
grams of cannabis. Bond had
not been set as of press time.
Jeremy Fortson, 21, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 2.
by SPD Officer Crews for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis. Bond had
not been set as of press time.
Jerome Hadley Addison, 38,
of Lake Butler was arrested'
Sept. 27 by UCSO Deputy
Mindy Go odwin for
shoplifting from Spires and on
a Union County warrant for.
failure to appear in court on a
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $500.
Daniel Joe May, 47, of Lake
Butler %%as arrested Sept. 27 by


Charges announced


against truck driver


in UC bus accident


UCSO Deputy Goodwin for
DWLSR, knowingly.
Clarence Griffin, 51, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
28 by UCSO Lt. Tomlinson on
a Union County capias for
failure to appear on a
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $2,500.
Timothy -Ervin Head, 48,
was arrested Sept. 29 in
Keystone Heights by Clay
County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Trent. Cercle for
carrying a concealed firearm.
. Deputy Circle reported that
*he performed a traffic stop.on
Head due to a broken tail light.
A pat search revealed a Smith
and Wesson .3.8-caliber
revolver that was fully loaded
with Winchestei hollow points.'
SVanessaL Nicole Bennett-'
Wilburn, 25, of Ke, itone %as
arrested Sept. 29 by CCSO
Deputy Anthony' Harris for
two-. counts of domestic
battery.
Kenneth Alan Jernings, 43,
of Ke) stone \-.as arrested Sept.,
30 by CCSO Deput. Kerry
Redgate for DlM SR
Linda W allt. 54, of.
Keystone was arrested Oct.' 2
by CCSO on' worthless check
*charges.
Cory. Bangert. 25: and&
Jennifer Bangert. 22. both of
Keystone. oere arrested Sept
27 by CCSO' for animal
abandonment.
,Rachel, Jones, J8, of
Keystone was arrested Sept. 27
by: CCSO on a.warrant for
failure to appear on an original
charge of attaching tag not
assigned.
Stephen Kuerzi, 19, of
Keystone was arrested Sept. 27
b) ,CCSO for DWLSR and on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court on an original charge
of DWLSR.
Christopher Sumner, 23, of
Keystone was arrested Sept. 27
by CCSO for DWLSR,
attaching tag not assigned and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
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Cats seem to go on the surface. .
,principle that it never does 'This is something we've
any harm to ask for what learned to live with," he said.
ny to"We're a closer community
you wanot today because of this."
-Joseph Wood Krutch v\hitehead said since the
S '.. crasl, is- otfice has worked
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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The highly anticipated
charges for a tractor-trailer'
driver involved in the Janiuary'.
crash causing the deaths of'
seven Union County children,
were announced Sept. 27 at a.
press conference .
State Attorney Bill Cervone'
announced the charges of
Alviri Eugene Wilkerson, 32.,
of Jacksonville They were as'
.follows: : '. '. '.
'. seven' counts' of'
vehicular homicide (for the'
children in the' car:t
Elizabeth "Nikki" Mann.
C) nthia. Mann, Johnny
Mann, Ashley Keen,
'.Miranda Finn, Heather
Mann and Anthony Lamb),
seen cotints of
manslaughter by culpable
negligence,
and 10 counts of
culpable negligence (for
injuries to nine students and
the bus driver on the school
bus).
Cer\one thanked all law.
enforcement involved for.
doing a "wonderful job of
accumulating e' idence" to.
prepare for the case.
Representatives of most 'of
these agencies were present
outside the Union Count),
Sheriff's Office last.
Wednesday.
Before the press conference,
Cervone, Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead and other members
of law enforcement met with
family members of those who
were in the accident and their
attorneys.
Whitehead said, "We have
constantly talked with them
(family members)."
He described the meeting
with the family members as
."very emotional" with feelings
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Was the reason for the delay in
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When asked about the cost
of the multiple-agency
investigation, Cervone said. "'1
can't begin to estimate that.
It's not a factor for us."
He said the case would de
based on Wilkerson's lack 6f
sleep, how that affected his
-driving and the, number of
hours truckers are allowed to
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State' attorney's office.
investigator Spencer Mann
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case law researched."
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attendance not to. expect 4a
quick resolution to the case. I
"There is no likelihood If
resolution within this calendar
year or well into 2007," h
said. .
While Wilkerson is expected
to enter a written plea of not
guilty, Cervone said, hi1s
attorney s and law enforcement
were discussing the warrant for
his arrest issued after the press
conference.
On Monda.y, Oct.
Wilkerson turned himself .'i.
and .,was booked into tQ'
Bradford County Jail. He \%ds
later released on his ow|)
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Investors look to make Kingsley Lake residential


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
When the previous owner's
attempt failed to .make' the:
former Kingsley Beach into a
RV park, four Union County
investors, stepped in to bring
something new to Kingsley
Lake.
The approximately 24-acre
property on Kingsley Lake,,
known until recently as the
Kingsley Beach RV Park and
Resort, was purchased during
the first week of September by
Kingsley Beach LLC.
Managing partners. Jon..
Pritchett and A er' Roberts. as
part of that group of investors,
closed oh the property Sept. 7,.
with a purchase price of
$6,520,000. .
In an interview with'
Roberts,. he said plans for the
site were not fully developed,
but it was likely they wouldd
use the land for residential
purposes..
"(We) want to make sure
this development is one both
we, as the developers, and the
lakei commtiunity are \erN proud,
of," he said.- .
, "We're trying;to make sure
what we do fits with the nature
of and is a benefit to the lake."
Unlike its current use.
Roberts .said the property
would not be run as another
RV park.
"It isn't practical to continue
the RV park: operations." he
said. "However, we are.
honoring the current leases
through their original term."
This property will be
combined With another 23
acres ,the group bought on
Kingsley Lake about a year
ago.
"It's not often you have the
opportunity to purchase 47
acres on a lake av attractive
and beautiful as Kingsley,"
Roberts said.
Whatever the site will be
used for, Roberts said, "We are
trying to do something first
class."
A failed attempt
Until the- first week in
September, the property
known as Kingsley Lake RV
Park and Resort was co-owned
*by Michael Johnigean, a


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SRV Camnground &Resort

004- 533-2006


Previous co-owner Michael Johnigean tried to
operate approximately 20 acres on Kingsley Lake as
the Kingsley Beach RV Park and Resort, including a
restaurant. In an interview, Johnigean said the
project failed, and it was time for him to move on.


developer based in Ponte
Vedra and owner of Empire
Development Group.
The park was used for a
combination of several
hundred long- and short-termn
leases. It also housed a game
room. store and the SugarTree
Cafe : ..
In an Aug., 22 interview,
Johnigean said he was selling
the RV park because he was
not making any money.
He. said most of the park's
leaseholders are taking, the
decision well because they
understand where he is coming
from.
.Johnjgeqn's original- intent
was to return the 'lake irito'
what it was before Kingsley


Beach closed.
"I tried to bring back; the
Kingsley Lake legacy,." he
said.
- In reality, he was losing
none\.
"I've lost a half million
dollars over the last three
years,'" he said. "After three
years, if 'you're not making
money, it's time to move 'ton."
After informing them of his
decision, Johnigean said some
of the RV park's leaseholders
began to pick up their stuff and
leave, even though their
current leases' would be,
honored through their original
terms, -, -'
S"Eeraone is'slill theSAhe,"
he said., "'1 will honor


everyone's lease." .
People are dealing with the.
shock he said and looking for
new places for their RVs and
homes.
Johnigean said there were
about 70 leaseholders still at
the RV park at the end 'of
August, but there would be,
less and less people as they
left.
He said this was the normal
amount going into.winter time,
as business was slow during
that period of the year.,
Johntigean said he
understands the leaseholders'
frustration, but he thinks they.
misinterpreted the goal of the
RV Park.
"This (was) an RV park, not
people's homesteads," he said.
Johnigean said he was left
with more than $40,000 in
electricity bills, as people left
.without paying this and other
bills. ...J
"They go, 'Well, the park is'
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3 BHS band students selected for Macy's parade


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
'Veronica Harris, Kristen
Rodgers and Lindsey Solze
will be waking up, at I a.m.
this Thanksgiving.butLit's not
because they want to get a
head start on eating'turkey.
The trio from Bradford High
School will be participating in
a street rehearsal that morning
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kids as well as my high-
performance kids. and high-
academic students." Jackson
said.
The nomination was .a
surprise to the students, but
they were definitely excited
about the possibility of being
selected. However, each one
said she did not think she had a
chance as only four students
are selected from each state


arid the District of Columbia.
As Harris put -it, "Bradford
people don't get selected for
stuff."
I This time, though, Bradford
people did get selected.
Being one- of four people
selected from Florida "is just
amazing to me," Rodgers said.
"We all feel the same way,"
Solze said.
The students are now


worrying about what to pack.
Harris said neither of them has
the perfect clothes to wear in
New York in late November.
"We need to go shopping
before we go," Rodgers said.
The three students will leave
.Saturday, Nov. 18, and arrive
in New York on Nov. 19.
Their days will be filled with
rehearsals, but they will also
get the chance to do some
sight-seeing as well.


Rodgers said she is looking
forward to seeing Times
Square.
"I've always wanted to go
stand right there because you'
always see it on movies," she
* said. "I wonder if it looks
exactly like.that."
Solze said she is looking
forward to the Stature of
Liberty, while Harris' goal is
to do. something a little
different. Harris' mother lives


in New York,. so she has been
there, unlike Rodgers and
Solze. She has seen such.sights
as the Statue of Liberty and the
Empire State Building, and has
even attended a Broadway
play.
"I really don't know what I
want to see (on this trip),"
Harris said. "I think I just want
to go shopping."
See MACY'S, p. 9B


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Solze, .a senior who plays
'the baritone, said the full
realization that she and two 6f
her fello%\ bandmates are
going to participate in the
parade probably won't hit until
"the da) we get on the train (to
go to New York)."
Harris, a 'sophomore Who
plays 'the Oute,' said. "II 't'.r
can't believe it."
It is true, however, and this
year, Rodgers, instead of
watching the parade on
television will be in the parade.
Therefore, the junior student
who plays the clarinet is a little
apprehensive as well as
excited. .
"We're going to be on TV in
front of millions of people,"
she said. "We're, just so
nervous about that."
Anthony Jackson, the
Bradford High School band
director, said he nominated
Harris, Rodgers and Solze;
because of their
accomplishments in band and
in the classroom.
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Bradford Middle School students gathered in the library Sept. 28 to read a passage from "Peter and the
Starcatchers" by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. The book tells the story of how Peter Pan first met Captain
Hook and how Peter learned to fly. Linked to approximately 300,000 students around the state by television, -
Bradford middle-schoolers at BMS and Lawtey began reading at 11:25 a.m. out loud and in unison. The
raucous applause afterward occurred in unison also.
-ll~i IM* dJ~'ttll SkM I : .- ak


Tanner Phillips from Lawtey Community School was one of
hundreds of middle-schoolers in Bradford County-and
thousands across the state-who participated in an effort
to break the world record for the most people reading out
loud at one time in multiple locations.


Lawtey middle-schoolers (front, I-r) Dylan DeGraff, Paul
Crawford and (at rear, right) Joshua Craig read aloud along
with teacher Eoline Green (at rear, left).


Oct. marks

opening of
area farmers'

markets
The arrival of October'brings
with it many special attributes.
Fall's cooler weather offers a
welcome break from summer's
sweltering heat. Baseball fans
eagerly await the World' Series
to wind up another season of
America's Pastime, while
football fans are enjoying a
brad new 'season of exciting
gridiron action. Holidays are on
the horizon, -and family get-
togethers are being planned.
In Florida, October brings
another welcome event: the
seasonal opening of many.'
community farmers' markets
throughout the state and the
kickoff of Florida's fall fruit
and, vegetable harvest.


Shopping at farmers' markets
is a growing trend in Florida,
and the number of farmers'
markets in th'e state has
doubled in the last 10 years.
Seventh) -three community
farmers' markets are listed with
the Florida Department of.
Agriculture and Consumer
Services. Half of Florida's 67
counties have farmers' markets.
"The increasing popularity
of farmers' markets is due to a
couple of factors," Bronson
said. "As people have become
more health-conscious, there's
a growing demand for fresh,
high-quality produce. And what
could be more healthful than
produce that's grown locally,
often just minutes away from
your home?"
People who shop at farmers'
markets enjoy fresh,
wholesome produce throughout
the growing season, while
helping to keep small farms
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Farmers usually harvest in
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amount of food packaging that
ends up in landfills. Plus,
eating locally grown .food


makes for stronger farms and
better communities.
"Farmers' markets can be
excellent tools for local
economic development,"
Bronson said. "Starting a'
farmers' market can help
revitalize a city's downtown.
People come into the area to
shop at the farmers' market and
they end up patronizing other
nearby businesses. A
successful farmers' market can
help lift up everybody."


Farmers' markets sere as.
community gathering places,,
spaces where people can lingerin
and chat and get to know each,,,.
other. Some have evolved intf-
weekly festivals, with. li've;
music, arts and crafts.,
educational exhibits, arnd -
community outreach b.yC
organizations such as locql.:
health departments and t iT)
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Starke...
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president of the Kiwanis Club of Starke, presents
member Richard Sapp with the Kiwanian of the
Year award at the club's annual installation
banquet. LEFT: Warren Carver was named this
year's George Hixson award winner.


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F' F.-this cl'
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each as a fundraiser to buy additional materials needed by the class for special
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with wig, scarf and skin care tips information and/or screenings are
tor women currently undergoing available for ages birth to 5 years.
cancer treatment. Facilitated by a To schedule an appointment, call
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Girl Scouts of all ages in Bradford Continued from p. 7B
a.'WdUnion counties Contact
CgWolyn Eaes, (904) 964-5812. or whatever they do, the trio is
LIaurie Mullins, (904) 964-5646 facing an early start to
Training is provided. Thanksgiving day. They will
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Wlorida Coalition is seeking a
volunteer board member. Healthy
Sta n provides services for high-risk
wor en and children up to 3 sears
old..The coalition is seeking a
volunteer to serve on the board %%ho
either has been pregnant and
accessed prenatal care or who has
small children and has accessed
health care for his or her children.
SThe member will attend once-a-
month board meetings in
Ghinesille. Contact Celia Payvner.
(352) 313-6500, ext. 118, for
additional information.
Bradford High School, class of
2006 videos are now available. The
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Of9rmation.

-CHARGES
Continued from p. 5B
recognizance. Circuit Judge
Sian Morris is expected to
preside over the case.
lThe charges Wilkerson faces
could carry the following
penalties:
;. vehicular homicide: a
---second degree felony
-carrying up to 15 years-in
--prison and a $15,000 fine
-per county.
, vehicular manslaughter:
o- second degree felony
carrying up to 15 years in
-prison and a $10,000 fine.
FH culpable negligence:, a
-first-degree misdemeanor
carrying up to one year in
g e county jail and a $1,000
gtne per count.


and participate in a street
rehearsal at 2:30. They will go
back to sleep at 3 a.m. before
waking back up at about 6:30.
At 8 a.m., the band members
will step off of the buses they
slept in that night and prepare
to march.
Harris said the day will wrap
up for them at about 1 p.m.,
but the group of band members
will still have another activity
planned with a cruise on the
Hudson River that night.
"I think it's going to be a
wonderful experience for our
kids," Jackson said.
The three students are
looking for sponsors to help
cover the $989-per-student
cost of the trip. Anyone.
interested in helping can call
Jackson at (904) 966-6072.


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Section C: Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006 Telegraph Times Monitor




BC woman seeks owners

BC1_Eof historical pictures


This photograph is labeled as being Marguritte Prevatt's seventh-grade class.


BY-TERESA IRWIN
Telegraph Staff It riler
In late 2001, Louise Miller
%as sorting through family,
memoirs to submit for a future
--publ-.iratiaDn.l- a book about
Bradford Count. h-iistrorry. -
Dtring that time, she found
-herself attending the funeral of
her mother's first cousin's \\ ife
in Gaines% ille.
Following the services.
Miller gentlN handed a letter to
a direct familN member of the
deceased, requesting that if
the\ came across any
photographs from the Pre\att
side of the family could she
please ha% e them for the book.
It wasn't t until August 2006.
that Miller received a
response.
After an estate settlement, a
shoebo\ full of old
photographs came in the mail.
Miller is now in possession of
a large assortment of
photographs from the earl-.
da\s in Bradford Count%.
Man\ of the undated
photographs are of the Pre att,
Youngblood. D\al, Hettie. and
Marie families, but a number
o(-the photographs still remain
unidentified.
"I \\ant to these pictures to
get to the people that rightfully
should have them," said
Miller.
Included in the collection


Miller was surprised to find photos like the one
above of Louie Lee Wainwright's first birthday in
June 1948.


are pictures of the Starke light
plant and workmen, an aerial
postcard photograph of Call
Street, and an early 1930s
photograph of a seventh-grade
class. Some of the photographs
can only be identified as
originating in Bradford Count\
because they hale "Hoo'er
Brothers Photography of
Starke. Florida" stamped on


them.
Still other photographs are
quite old. being tintype
photographs that ma.\ ne'er be
identified. Anyone interested
in seeing the photographs and
assisting in returning them to
their families. ma\ contact
Louise Miller at 352) 4'75-
2518.


Other photos are of Miller's own ancestors, including this early picture of twins
Lester and Vester Youngblood.


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... BHS goes 1-2 in Santa Fe tourney:


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford was able to put a
halt to a .10-match losing
streak by defeating Baker
County 2-0 (25-18, 25-11) at
the Santa Fe High School Lady
Raider Invitational on Sept. 30.
The Tornadoes (5-15 prior


Mallory Wasik (right) had 13 kills for the Indians in
their loss to Orange Park.



Keystone falls 3-


1 to 6A
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff writer
The Keystone Heights
volleyball team was able to
snap a three-match skid,
recording two straight wins in
district play, but the Indians
have since dropped two'
straight, including a 3-1 loss to
visiting Orange Park on Oct. 2.
Keystone (13-8 prior to Oct.
3) won the first game against
Orange Park 25-23s, but then
dropped three straight-each
by a score of 25-21.
Mallory Wasik had 13 kills,
13 digs, nine service points
and four aces for the Indians,
while Michelle Houser and
Kim Russell had '16 digs and
20 assists, respectively. House
also had eight service points
with three aces.
Katie Taylor added nine
kills.

Last week saw the Indians
stay perfect in District 6-3A
with 3-0 wins over Union
County and Pierson Taylor.


Raiders
In the 25-18, 2-5-10, 25-9
win over Union on Sept.. 26,
*Wasik had 15 service points
and 11 kills, while Russell had
16 assists.
Houser added nine digs.
That match was on the road,
as was Keystone's Sept. 28
match against Pierson Taylor.
Still, the Indians recorded, a
25-16, 25-15, 25-15 win over
the host Wildcats.'
Wasik had 15 kills, I1,
service points and seven aces,
with Russell recording 15
assists and seen digs.
Houser led the Indians in
digs with 12, while also.
contributing six service points.
The brief winning streak
was broken when the Indians
faced second-ranked, Class 2A
Oak. Hall, which defeated
Keystone 3-1. (25-18, 18-25,
25-18, 25-21).on Sept. 29.
Keystone played district
opponent Interlachen on Oct. 3
and Bishop Kenny on Oct. 4.
On Monday, Oct. 9, the
Indians travel to play Nease at
6:30 p.m.


to Oct. 2) opened play in the
tournament with a loss to
Crystal River on Sept. 29
before: recording its first win
since Sept. 12.
Destiny Bass had eight kills
and. eight service aces in the
win over Baker, while Khalaa
Hill had four kills:-
In all, Bradford had 17





Destiny Bass
had eight kills
and eight
service aces
for Bradford
in its win over
Baker County
in the Santa

Raider
Invitational.


SAN idATFO SErAFOOD


service aces against Baker
compared to just six. serving
errors.
The Tornadoes were
eliminated from the
tournament with another 2-0
loss to Crystal River.
Prior to playing in the
tournament, Bradford lost to
Interlachen and district
opponent Ridgevie'.
Bass and Hill were the
leading attackers for the
Tornadoes in their 3-1 loss.to
host Interlachen on Sept. 25.


Bradford won the first game of
the match 26-24 before losing
25-21, 28-26 and 25-20.
On Sept. 28, the Tornadoes
hosted Ridgeview, losing 3-1
(16-25; 25-21, 20-25, 12-25).
The loss dropped Bradford to
2-5 in district play.
Bradford, which played:
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KHHS girls
take sixth at
Bronco Bob
Classic
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Three Keystone Heights
cross country runners placed in
the top 35 of the girls race as
the Lady Indians placed sixth
out of 14 in the team standings
at the Middleburg Bronco Bob
Classic on Sept. 30.
.Margaret Walker led the
team with a top-10 finish,
placing seventh with a time bf
21:13. Liz Wheeler and Julie
Rund were 30th and 32nd,
respectively, with times of
23:45 and 23:49.
Raquel Doty-O'Kelly placed
46"' for Keystone with a time
of 25:06, while Jordyn Davis
was 53'd \ith a time of 25:38.
, Also, Cara Bish and
.Stephanie Hoffman competed,
'finishing with times of 27:36
arid 36:42, respecti'eh.
SDaniel Wheeler was the
:leader of the Keystone boys
:team, which finished 14eh out
;of 16 teamrns. Wheeler, who
placed 21"', had a time of
S 18:09.


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Nathan Buchanan placed
59th for the Indians with-a time
of 19:39.
Also competing for
Keystone were Paul Triest
(21:52), Nik Brokas (21:53),
Michael Vanwie (22:19),
Kamron Mooneyham (23:34)
and Alek Meston (24:03).,.
Keystone's D.J. Weaver
placed 35'" in the junior varsity
boys race with a personal
record (PR) of 22:07. That race


highest finisher for Bradford at
37th place with a time of 22:20.-
David Weeks was 54th (23:42),
Cody Parker 56"' (24:00) and
Travis Ledger 81 (27:52).
In the girls junior varsity
race, Bradford's Christina
Jordan placed 42nd out of 89
runners with a time of 27:22.
Tracy Ledger was 69th (30:45),
Stefini Starling 73rd (31:25)
and Caitlin Wade 84th (35:11).


also featured Keystone's Tony
Wills (27:34), Robbie Gambill BMS teams
(30:27) and Dalton LeMaster are fifth
(30:41, PR). are fifth,
sixth at
BHS is sixth invitational
in Bronco Bob


boys iv race
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chris ULnderhill finished in
the top 10 to help the Bradford
boys'cross country, team place
sixth out of nine teams in the
junior varsity race of the
'Middleburg Bronco Bob
Classic on Sept. 30. .
Underhill had a time of
19:45 to finish eighth out of.95
runners;
Carlton Crudup v.as the ne\i


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Siaff tritier
Luke Thompson led the
bo ~s team with a 29"-place
finish and Nicole Miller led
the girls team \ith a 25'"-place
finish as Bradford Middle
School earned fifth- and si\th-
place finishes in the, team
standings at the Flrunner, com n
Invitational on Sept. 29 in
Tampa.
The Bradford boys team had
144 points in finishing fifth out
of seen teams Thompson had
a time of 14 30 and he %a.


followed closely by teammates
Colton Wall and Andrew
Merrill, who were 32" and
33"', respectively, with times
of 14:40 and 14:48.
Don Huitt placed 37"' with.a
time of 15:21 and Andrew
Warren was 38"' with a time of
15:22. James Ramseur was 44r'
with a timeef 15:35..
Also competing for Bradford
were Rowdy Rensberger'
(15:52), Sean Andrews
(16:19), Sean Massey (17:13),
Jordan Dyal (17:54), Seth
Miller (18:38), Cody Stinnett
(20:09) and Sean Jones
(23:36). .
There %%ere 76 runners in all
in the boys race.
The girls team, which was
sixth out of eight teams with
136 points, was led by Miller.
\\ho had a time of 15:27.
Placing, right behind her %\ere
teammates Samantha Steffen.
who %%as 26" with a time of
15:31, and Ashle. Sutherland,
who %\as 27"r' ith a time of
15.5 1 ,
Jessika Robinson %%as 32.'d
with a time of 16-13, while
Natali Powell and Felicia Foti
..ere 36'" 'and '"49th,
respecti\el%,. with times of
16:40 and 17 28a.',
Also competing for Bradford
were Savanna Ntunyan
i17:59.i Rachel Rensherger


(18:39), Destiny Griffith
(19:01), Khristie Crawford
(19:07), Kayla Nugent.(19:38),
Rosa London (20:52), Kayla
Garlo (20:59), Jodi Carter


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(21:51) and Adalisse Rivera
(22:02).
The girls race featured 92
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Indians hang on


for district win


over Warriors


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff ltriter
West Nassau scored one late
touchdown and threatened to
score another, but the
Keystone Heights defense,
facing a little adversity, was
able to make a stand and
preserve. 'a 2 ;1 -14 district
victory on Sept. 29 in
Keystone.
Ke\ stone's defense held
West Nassau .(3-2, .1-1 .in
District 3-2M to seven points
through the first three quarters.
but two starters-lineman
Jeramy Lewis and corner,
Cameron. Yarbrough-were
forced to the bench v.ith
injuries, forcing the Indians to
rely on other players to get the
job done. .
"I'm just proud of the kids'
for stepping up and coming
aw'a'y with a victory,"
Key_ tns_ head-coac h--C-huck
Dickinson said "It's a big %in.
Any time ,oui plain (West
.JNassau t's.a tough game."
"1 The Indians 14-1, 1-1) went
up 21-7 in the fourth quarter
after a 4-yard touchdown run
by Greg Taylor, bit West
Nassau rallied. The Warriors'
Nicholas Jones took a short
pass from quarterback A.J.
Higgiribotham and turned it
into a 25-yard touchdown play
with 4:45 remaining.
Jones, who finished with
seven receptions for 69 yards,
almost found the end zone:
again.
West Nassau got the ball
back at its own 25 with 1:08
to play. The Warriors moved
the ball downfield, with Jones
catching two passes for 19'
yards and Kent Thomas
catching tv.o for 21 yards to
mo\e West Nassau to the,
Keystone 35.
Quarterback A.J.
Higginbotham threw three
straight incompletions, then
lofted a pass toward Jones
inside the 5-yard line on fourth
down. The ball was tipped
several times, with Jones
almost making the reception
after falling to the ground.
--K-ey-stone -s--B--ake -Lott-
helped break the pass up.-
however, to force a turnover


on downs. He then took a knee
as the Indians' quarterback to
run the clock out and end the
game.
"I'm just proud. of (the
players) for hanging in there
and getting it done," Dickinson
said. "That last play could've
gone either.way."
It 'was a full-strength
Keystone defense that turned
in the first big play for the
Indians when lineman Adam
Bailey recovered a fumble on
the.. game's opening
possession, giving the Indians
the ball at the West Nassau 45.
Keystone running back Matt
, Story picked up a first down
with a run of 2 yards, then
almost picked up another with
a 3-yard run. Facing fourth-
and-inches at the 25-Nard line,
the Indians lined up to go for
it, but were flagged for illegal
procedure. Thai sent kicker
Michael McLeod'onto the field
:and he connected on a 47-yard
field goal to put Keystone up
3-0 at the 5:27 mark of the first
quarter.
West Nassau responded by
taking its only lead of the
game. The Warriors put
together a seven-play, 76-yard
scoring drive, highlighted by a
16-yard run by Derek Bradley
and a conversion on fourth-
and-inches from the Keystone
40 after the Indians were
penalized for encroachmen.
Higginbotham capped the
drive, getting the defense to
bite on a pump fake, then
connecting with Thomas for a
35-yard touchdown. The PAT
put the Warriors up 7-3 with
2:56 left in the opening
quarter.
That did not conclude the
scoring in the first quarter as
the Indians, on their first play
from scrimmage 'following the
ensuing kickoff; gained 47
yards on a pass play from Lott
to Josh Mangus. That put
Keystone at the West Nassau
20, but the Indians were only
able to gain 4 more yards
before McLeod connected on
his second field goal
attempt-a 33-yarder--to pull


--Keystone-within 7-6.
See KHHS, p. "7C


40 l o ,. .. r

Keystone running back Matt Story eludes West
Nassau would-be tacklers in the backfield.




KHHS', Newberry


will battle for


fifth win Friday


BY CLIFF SMNELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Two teams %will be y)ing for
a 5-1 record Frida night. Oct.
6, in Keystone Heights.
The Keystone Indians
celebrate their homecoming by'
welcoming the Newberry
Panthers, who hate won their
last three games by a
combined score of 116-26.
"They're very explosive."
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said.
Explosive in particular is
running back Antwan Ivey,
who has rushed for 866 yards'
this season. 'Ivey rushed for
139 yards in a 54-13 win over
Interlachen on Sept. 22, then
followed that up with a 160-
yard performance in a 38-6
win over Union Cotinty last
week.


special teams. He had 240 all-
purpose yards against Union.
The Panthers are averaging
more than 280 yards per game
rushing.
Opponents ha'e been held to
less than 130 total yards
against the Newberr defense.
Keystone ill be just the
second team Ne%'berry has
,played this year with a
winning record Dixie County
(6-0) defeated the Panthers 16-
14 during the second week of
the season.
The other four' ,teams
Newberry has faced this year
hate a combined record of 2-
14.
KeN stone ".and' -Newberry
have plaN ed one -common
opponent this Near-Fort
White. Ke. sione defeated Fort

See BATTLE, B. 7C


'-vey, who scored three
touchdowns in-ihel-firrtraTt&e "- -"-
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against Union. is a there ..
receiving the ball and on


Keystone junior


varsity team ups


its record to 5-0


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was the first test of the
season for the Keystone
Heights junior varsity football
team, but the Indians still came
put on top, defeating Orange-
Park 20-14 to keep its perfect
record intact. ,
The Indians (5-0 prior to"
Oct. 4) won their first four
games by a combined score of
157-12, but Class 5A Orange
Park proved to. be a somewhat
more difficult opponent '
Marcel Robinson put the
Indians on the board first with
a totichdown ,run, but the
Raiders were able.. to answer
that score and go tip 7-6.
Ke\ stone, after a touchdov.n
run b6 Dillon Van W\agner.
took a 14-7 lead into the half.
but Orange Park tied the game
on the first possession of the
second half.
Robinson, the Indians'
rushing leader, broke off a run
of approximately 40 .ards to
the Orange Park 7-\ ard line
midway through the fourth
quarter. That set up his
eventual touchdown run that
gave the Indians the win.
"The kids just fought hard."
coach Bill Allard said
Allard said Robinson has
been averaging probably 120
\ards a 'game w ith 12
touchdowns. Quarterback
Brandon Walker., who has not


thrown an interception. hj,
also done a good job of
running the *offense; Allard
said.
Keystone's defense has only
allowed' two teams to ,score.
Allard said inside. linebacker
Eric Hunt is the leader of that
unit. Against. Orange Park,
Hunt had 10 or 12 tackles 'nd
"made a lot of big hits," Allard
said.
The defense, which has also
gotten good pla\ out of free
safety Van Wagner. according
.'to Allard. has been forcing at
least a couple of fumbles each
game as \ell as intercepting
opposing quarterbacks once or
t%\ ice a game.
Keystone opened the season
\\ith a 31-0 in o'. er
Bradford-the first of three
shutouts so far this season
Interlachen did score against
Keystone in the second game
of the season, but now here
near enough to case the
Indians any worries in their
49-12 win.
Keystone then defeated
Union County 44-0 and
Hawthorne 33-0 prior t:' -
playing Orange Park
The Indians hosted Fort
White on Oct. 4 and will close
out the season with two more
home games. Keystone plays
Newberry on Thursday. Oct.
12, and then Interlachen on
Thursday, Oct. 19. Both games
are scheduled for 7 p.m..


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BIRTHS


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Dawson Lee Thomas


Paternal grandparents arc
Sandra Booine and Larry Stone,
both of Waldo, and Andrew
Thomas of Hampton.
Paternal grcat-grandfathcr is
Dewey Boone of Orange
Heigh ,


|WORTH NOTING


Blaine Williams


Mr. and Mrs. Philip Romero


Davis and Romero are wed


Philip Romero and Rena
Davis were married Sept. 30.
2006, at Breez. Acres in Lake
Butler.
Cath\ Dais of Lake Buller.
mother of the bride. performed
Stheceremon\.
The bride arrived in a horse-
_dra'An carriage \ith her lather
and her %eil aliendanrs.
The wedding g part\ "as all
dressed in shades ot gray and
pink.
After the ceremony\ the
couple look a pri. ate carriage
ride.
The bride-elect is also the
daughter of Da' id Da'is oi:


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Joseph Caulk and
Tiffany Andbrson


Anderson and

Caulk are

engaged
Phil and Debbie Anderson of
La'lev announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, TiffanN Anderson 10t
Joseph Caulk, son of Sammy
.and Sherri Caulk of Hampton.,
' The bride-elect graduated in
2004 from Bradford-Union
Area Career and Technical
Center in cosmetology.
The groom-elect graduated
from Bradford High School in
2002. He works at Phil
-Anderson Land Clearing.
S'The wedding ill rake place
at Cooper Hall at Camp
;Blanding on Saturday, Oct. 7,.
-"2006, at 6-30-p.m.
A reception will
immediately follow \ the
ceremony.
Friends and family are
invited.



UMW to host

emporium
On Oct. 14 and 15, in
conjunction with the annual
Santa Fe Community College
Fall Festival, United Methodist
S.Women will host an emporium
and open house.
The emporium will feature
sweets for everyone, arts and
crafts, holiday'decorations and
gifts from gourds. Goodies
from the kitchen will also be
available, including jelly, jam
and mixes. Kawanza dolls,,
amulets and thumb drums will
be featured along with UMW
cookbooks, knives and the
annual ornament which is a
church. All this can be found
in the fellowship hall of First
United Methodist Church of
Starke on Walnut Street.
The open house will be held
in the church sanctuary.
The emporium and ,open
house will take place on
Saturday from 9 until 5 p.m.
and on.Sunday from noon until
5 p.m.
The 'public is invited to
participate in all events.


L' e O.k She ic a 2004
r.idu,alc ,It Union County
Hih Sch'.,'.l. She ear.ned an
.clate :' Jdecree in child
J,' I elopm C nI trom St.
Aucu-.iriin Tchnical Institute
in 2111.10 Ste, i, currently
.....rkin o n hler bachelor's
dciLTrC'L in cduj alw. in.
The: :i.r'm- l'ci is the son of
Brcnda Hart ol Like Butler and
J..hnn 'i Romcrnri ,-if Fleming
lilard He i, j 200l graduate
oft UCHS ind o irks for Linder
Indu.iril MNlichiner, Company
in lacks,'n. ille
Fo-il'. in, a hu.nce moon trip
I- St. .-\u,2Ituince. the couple
Ir in O)r.irie Park


Alvarez family

reunion set
for Oct. 14
A ft'j il reunion of the
descend.iri of Joseph "Jose"
and Juana Bart-ee Alkarez ill
be held o:.n Saturday. Oct. 14,
at N,-rthside Baptist Church on
SR-16 in the FellIi ,ship Hall.
Friends and family members
are.. urceLd ro bring old
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dedrt.i arid tea or. drinks.
Eajtin- and drinking utensils
v. ill i e pi-'. ided
Lunch v..ill be served at
ab,:,ut 12 p mn.


Blainme
Williams
Travis and Christina
Williams of Lake Butler
announce the birth of their son.
Blaine Williams, on June 28.
2006, in Gainesville.
Blaine weighed S pounds., Q
ounces and measured 211
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
'Lia-' Vickery and Dax id
Vickery, both of Starke
Paternal grandparents are
Jennifer Williams of Lake
Butler and Thomas Williams
of Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
.are Diane and \,a\ne
Mutndorff-of Ke4 stone Heights
and Lucille and Edwin kickerr \
of Starke
Paternal great-grandmother
is Mildred Bridgman of Lake
Butler.
Maternal great-great-
grandparents are Helen
Burnetti of Keystone Heights
and Jack Turner of Dothan.
Ala.

Birth announcements are
Considwe d news and are a
fTe.. rice of the Bradford
Ce .ty Telegraph, Union
Coity.. Times and.: Lake
Rpgiop Moditor.
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Kailey Marr
Dutiin .ind Chri.iina.I M.irr of
Starke announce thlc hirll ot
their daughter, Kailev Pajgc
M arr, on JulI '. 2il-i in
Gaines' ille.
Kaile Neighcd 6' pounds, 4
ounces and mcajured 19
inches in length
MIIaternal grJndparcni, arjre
Eddie and A.ngie Gorm.in ',r
Kestlone Htihhi s and T.imm\
and An;iL Flo'ers -'t
LaCros'.c.
Maternal grc i-urandpaiL.nis
are Jim and Jlrnav Hill of
Gainestille nd thel ale Bemi,
Tucker ot Ke',ist,.ne Heicht-s.
Paiernal gr.ndparcnti- are
Jackie and Rhinda Mlarr of
Starke.
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Offense, defense struggle in Tigers' 38-6 district loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Up until kickoff the night of.
Sept. 29, all, of the Union
County football team's losses
,had come against schools (two
of them state-ranked) in larger
classifications. The Tigers'
game against Newberry was to


be their second opportunity to
show how they measure up
against a similar-sized foe.
As it turned out. the Tigers
did not fare very well asthey
suffered a 38-6 defeat at, the
hands of the Panthers, who are
a district opponent.
"It was just a bad night,"
Union head coach Buddy


Nobles said. "I just felt like I
didn't have them prepared."
The Tigers (1-5, 1-1 in
District 4-21) didn't seem to
be prepared for Newberry's
Antwan Ivey. Ivey scored
three touchdowns in the first
quarter and gained 240 all-
purpose yards (he rushed foi
160 yards on 18 carries).


Ivey's rushing total put him
at the 866-yard mark this.
season as the Panthers (2-(0 in
District 4) try to improve, to 5-
I against keystone Heights'
this Friday.
"They're just talented,"


Nobles said of the Panthers.
"They're on their up cycle."
Offensively, the Tigers
weren't much better. An
inability to run the football'
hurt the team the most, Nobles
said. Union was held to 36


yards on 29 carries.
Quarterback Austen Roberts
was sacked fpur times, but he
was able to provide the Tigers
with their only points of the
evening on .a 6-yard
touchdown run...


Union County quarterback Austen Roberts (shown at far right, attempting a pass
in an earlier game against Wakulla) accounted for the Tigers' only score in a loss
to Newberry.


Union County set to play

yet anot her larger school
y e t "n, o-",'7.,.:" "-," : A ; "," ''


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Unionn County's football
team does: not have time to
dwell on the humbling district
loss it suffered at the hands of
Newberry last, week. The
Tigers are set to face, their
sixth opponent that has at least
a .500 record and their fifth
opponent that plays in a larger
.classification when the\ travel
To Macclenny to take ',*: the
Baker County Wildcats on
Friday, Oct. 6,.at 7:30 p.m.
Baker is a Class 3A team
that is coming off of a winless
season in 2005, but the
Wildcats are 3-3 this year.


They are coming off of a 14-6
loss to si\th-ranked. Class 3A
Andrew Jackson last week.
The 'Cats are aoerjging 308
yards of offense per game.
Their strength is the run game,
which has generated 1,563
yards.
Quarterback Carlos Holton
is the team's leading rusher
with 634 yards on 80 carries
(8-yaids-per-carry average).
Lucious Lee has 593 yards on
99 carries (6-yards-per-carry
average).
. Defensively,' the 'Cats are
allowing 126 rushing yards per
game and 71 passing yards per
game.
Baker and Union ha'e


played one common opponent
this year-Eastside. The
Tigers lost 61-24 to Eastside,
while Baker lost 41-22.
Turnovers hurt the Wildcats
against Eastside'as the Rams
turned a fumble and an
interception into scores.
Baker rushed for 209 yards
against the Ramis, with Holton
gaining 114. yards on 16
carries. He scored touchdowns
on runs of 1 and 22 yards,
while also tossing a 4-yard
touchdown pass.
Defensively, the 'Cats.
allowed Eastside to gain 204
yards on 42 carries, while
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Union County golfers defeat Suwannee for 15th win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Devin Osborne matched his
lowest score of the season as
the Union County boys golf.
team defeated Suwannee by 48
strokes, 177-225; on Oct. 2.
Osborne finished, the match
with a score of -.38, while
teammates. Tyler Osteen and
Chance. Howell had scores of
45 and46.res'pectiielT
The win inipro\ ed the
Tigers' record to 15-3.
"They're just playing solid
golf iight no.,"' L Unioni coach
Duke Emerson said of his
players.
Emerson said the Suwannee
coach used the match as an
opportunity to play some
younger,:.. inexperienced
players, which accounted for
the wide margin between, the
two teams.
Union and S ii.ainree were
involved in an earlier match
last week along v. tith Columbia
County and Baker County.The
Tigers defeated 1[%%o of the
teams, but could not finish
with a lower 'core than


BATTLE
Continued from -p. 4C

White 35-6, Y.hile N-e..bernyv
recorded a 24-7 v. In
In last year's gaIme between-
Newberry and Keystone, the
Indians scored the first .28
points of'the game en r-oue to:
a 49-26 win.
Keystone junior running


UCKS
Continued from p. 6C
Eastside 'u'irtirb:.:; Vince
Brown completed f6ur passes
for 97 yards.
Last \,ear, the Tigeis
defeated Baker Countis 41-2l.
Union rushed for 334 yards, in


-loss of the season.
Columbia had' a score of
150,.followed by: Union at 182,
Baker at 191 and Suwannee at,
200.. ,
a Osborne led the Tigers with
: a score.of 42.-Kris Bracewell
.and Howell had scores of 45.
:and46, respect ely
SBetween that match and the
Oct. 2 Suwannee match, the
Tigers faced Branford,
winning 178-207.
. It was Osborne again who,
led the way with a 40.
Braqeweli had a score of 43,
.followed by TJ.: Good at 47
and Osteen at 48.
.The Tigers played an 18-
hole match against Chiefland'
on Oct. 3 and will close out the


regular season with a match
. against Williston today. Oct. 5.
On Monday, Oct. 9, Union
plays in the District 4-A
tournament at Madison County
'Country Club. The three teams
with the lowest scores will
advance to regional play, along
with the top three individuals
who are not members of the
top three teams.
District 4 comprises nine
other teams, including Taylor
County, which has defeated
the Tigers twice this season.
Plus. trying to better
Madison on its home course
will be difficult, as well.
"We're going to have.to be
on top: of our game," Emerson
said., .


Members of the 2006 Union County High School golf team are (front, 1-r) assistant
coach Terry Hamilton, Greg Parrish, Devin Osborne, Mike Cairel, Case Emerson
(head coach Duke Emerson's other assistant and son), Chance Howell, Kris
Bracewell, James Carter, coach Duke Emerson, (back) T.J. Good, Tyler Hamilton,
Tyler Osteen and Thomas Cason. Photo courtesy of Chapman Photography.


Columbia. earning their third


bick Greg Taylor scored on a
34-yard pass .from senior
qcui.i.irterback Blake Lott, while
senior v.ide receiver Josh
Mangus had touchdownn n
receptions of 4 and 14 yards.
Keystone" s offense
_,enerated 325 aids (279 \ards
rushing i, while Newberry had
352 totul yards.

Each team turned the ball
over three times.


that game, while senior
quarterback Austen Roberts
completed 3-of-8 passes for
110 yards. Roberts had one
totichdo'% n pass of 65 yards td
enmor Juistin Griffin.
Union's defense yielded 107
yards rushing, 104 yards
passing and two touchdowns
iBaker's third score came on
an interception return).


6.04 remaining in the game.
KHr r lTallor had four runs for 17
K HHS- \aids on the drive and a 22-
Continued from p. 4C reception to the 4-yard
line
Ell[()Ioli Cal"i bigft ;NI rl;ru!r1adLA.
when he sacked Higgufibothini attempts and 55 ,ards on four
for a 13-vard loss on a third- receptions
don pla\,, forcing the Siory also had 67 rushing
Warrior to punt. The Indians yards on 16 carries., whilee
then took the leid for good Mangus finished with 53 yards
with a touchdown at the 11:03 on two receptions.,
mark of the sec,.nd quarter Yarbrough added 40 yards
The dri\e as helped along on four receptions.
by a 21-yard reception by Lott, who completed seven
Taylor before Yirbrough of his first nine attempts,
outleaped a couple of finished the game I l-of-20 for
defenders to catch a pass and 151 yards.
score on an 18-yard reception.
Taylor then had a reception on Thanks...
the two-point conversion Dickinson wished to express
attempt to put the Indians up .
14-7 wih 608 to play before his thanks to last week's pre-
14-7 with 6:08 to play before gm el s s :
thehalf. game meal sponsors:
Another big sack-by Hitchcock's and Keystone
Lewis, which resulted in a 25- Auto Parts.
yard loss-forped the Warriors ..
to punt again. Keystone moved 'Score by Quarter
into scoring position with WNHS: 7 0 0 7-14
.Taylor's 11-yard reception to KHHS: 6 8 0 7-21
the 24-yard line.
The drive would bog down Scoring Summary
again, with. Keystone being K: McLeod 47 FG
penalized for illegal procedure W: Thomas 35 pass from
on fourth-and-3 from the 19. Higginbotham (Guffin kick)
McLeod could not make it 3- K: McLeod 33 FG
for-3 as he missed on a 41- K: Yarbrough 18 pass from
yard field goal attempt nine Lott (Taylor pass from Lott)
.seconds before halftime. K: Taylor 4 run (McLeod
Mistakes certainl, hurt the kick)
Indians in their effort', ito score W: Jones 25 pass from
touchdowns, and they Higginbotham (Guffin kick)
continued in the third quarter.
A penalty nullified a 66-yard Team Statistics
punt return for a touchdown by K WN
Taylor and a fumble ended a First Downs 17 16
drive inside the.West Nassau Rushes/Yds. 41-151 22-81
25-yard line, Passing Yds. 151 147
The Indians finally got the Passes 11-20-0' 13-27-0
score they needed in the fourth Punts 2-43 4-30
quarter with Taylor's 4-yard Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-1
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Tornadoes stay close in first hf fore losing. 4 4


BY ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer
Asked what his plan was for
his team to beat the formidable
Bolles Bulldogs, Bradford
head football coach Chad
Bankston said simply, "Play
hard and play smart."
Despite the. fact that hi's team
did mostly that, it was still not
enough to overcome the
second-ranked team in the
state, which defeated Bradford
48-14 in a District 3-2A game
on Sept. 29 in Starke.
The final score, however, is
belied by the fact that, as
-Bankston observed, "We
played 'em tough for three
quarters."
Indeed, the score at the half
was 14-7 in favor of Bolles,
with the Tornadoes (2-2, 1-1 in
District 3) tying the score early
in the third quarter.
While Bradford'.s offense
produced scant yardage in the
first half (the Tornadoes
woundup with 129 total yards,
as opposed to Bolles' 455), a
combination of the Tornadoes'
defensive tenacity and Bolles'
offense repeatedly,
sandbagging itself in the first
- penalties-six of them for.
holdinig-kept 'the contest
tight.
H,-:'%%eer, after Bradford'
knotted the score at .14-all-
early in the second half, the
Bulldogs, (5-0, 2-01 began
straightening. up and flying
right, scoring 34 unanswered
points before the.final buzzer
signalled the contest', end.
Bolies. scoring on its first
t[ :,' offense drives for a 14-0
lead. appearedd %ell on its v.a)
to. yet another of its usual
lopsided victories.
The Bulldogs' first score
came on an 18.-yard.
touchdown pass from,
quarterback Randy Hardin to
receiver Bobby Triglia at the
6 36 mark of the first quarter
The tiuchd':.,n culminated a
67-',ard dri'.e. highlighted by
the running of Ran Van
Rensburg fi.ho led all rushers
.Aith 144 ',ardsi and the
recei, ing of TraN Herndon and
Chris Jones
On their second offensive
series, the Bulldogs again


drove 67 yards, with receiver
Taylor Thompson snagging a
3-yard touchdown pass,
immediately following h 1 31-
yard carry through the
Tornadoes' defense.
The ensuing .drive by
Bradford,. showed promise as
Rob .Harris returned the
kickoff 33 yards to Bolles' 36.
A quarterback keeper by
AntWan Brown advanced
Bradford to the 15.
At .that point, however, the
Tornadoes shot themselves 'in
the foot when two consecutive
bad snaps from center in the
shotgun formation moved the
Tornadoes in. the wrong
direction to.Bolles' ,37, where
they were forced to punt.
It seemed Bolles' next drive,
highlighted ;by a 45-yard
reception by Herndon, would,
increase the score. However,
-two sacks and t\\o holding
calls stopped it in its tracks and
put it in reverse, and the
Bulldogs were forced to punt.
Luke Cherry barely got the
kick a%\aN after he fumbled the
snap Bradford's Chuckie
Co\ington fielded the ball and
returned it 57 yards for a
touchdown with 3:55
remaining- in the first half,
.bringing the score to t4-7 at
halftime.
The second half began
auspiciously for Bradford as
'the Bulldogs fumbled the
kickoff and the TTornadoes
recovered. the ball on the
Bolles 29-yard line. On
*second-and-15, Jernard Beard
took the handoff and ran 34
yards for a touchdo% n,
knotting the score at 14-all
. .tih 10.57'to .play in the third
quarter.
Bolles came roaring back on
the next series, unleashing van
Rensburg, who. like a.
rampaging bull, advanced the
ball 60 yards on four
consecuti e carries. Andre
Byrd toted the ball in from the
5-\ard line at 8-15 mark of the
third quarter to put the visitorss
up 21-14
At this point. "things started
falling apart". in Bankston's
%. words, as the Bulldogs were
set up at the.Bradford 25 after
\et another high snap to the
punter couldn't be handled.
This series was all Byrd, as he


Bo: Byrd 2 run (Vanscyoc
kick)
Bo: Byrd 7 run (kick failed)
Bo: Herndon 15 pass from


Team Statistics -
Br
First-Downs 3--. -
Rushes/Yds, 20-89


17
29-243


Hardin (Vanscyoc kick) Passing Yds. 40 212
S .f Bo: Herndon 12 pass from :. Passes :.- 3-14-2 15-23-0
S-. ..Hardin (Vanscyoc kick) Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1
Hadi' -:"0 .Penalties 7-38 12-80




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Bradford running back Jernard Beard (shown in an
earlier game against Yulee) scored one of the
Tornadoes' two touchdowns in a loss to district
opponent Bolles.


caught one pass, and rushed
three times. His third carrt was
good for a 2-Nard touchdown.
\With the Tornadoes' offense
effectively shut down for the
night quarterback Antwan
Brown was sidelined with a
shoulder injur. i, Bolles scored
again on its nemt series. The
Bulldogs moved 65 yards.
getting a 40-lard dash from
%an Rensburg and a 13-yard
reception from Herndon before
B\rd carried the ball in from
the 7 %with 59 seconds left in
. the third quarter
The point-after attempt
failed, lea ing the score at 34-
14.
Things went from bad to
worse as Bolles took over on
dovkns at Bradford's 16 and
Hardin quickly connected with
Herndon for a 15-yard score
nith 10-24 left to play.
Bolles linebacker, Bradley
Terry picked off a deflected
pass on Bradford's next drive


and returned it to the latter's
12-yard line, where Hardin
once again hooked up with
Herndon to light up the
scoreboard for the final.time.
After the game, Bankston,
was very emphatic that despite
his team's loss to the mighty
Bulldogs, Bolles would not go
on to win the Class 2A state
championship.


Score. by Quarter
Bolles: 14 0 20' 14--48
BHS: 0 7 7 0-14

Scoring Summary
Bo: Triglia 18 pass from
Hardin (Vanscyoc kick)
Bo: Thompson 3 pass from
Hardin (Vanscyoc kick)
Br: Covington 57 punt
return (Velasquez kick)
Br: Beard 34 run
(Velasquez kick)
Bo: Byrd 5 run (Vanscyp._
kick)


vaiiuadrU

BY CLIFF SMNIELLEI'
Telegraph Staff writer
Bradford will be looking to
not only bounce back from a
big loss last week. but to
avenge one of its more bitter
defeats last season when the.
Tornadoes 'play host to the
Ocala Vanguard' Knights on
Friday. Oct. 6.
The Tornadoes held a 13-12
lead oser the Knights last year.
but two dead-ball penalties
called on Bradford after one
play put Vanguard at
Bradford's 5-, ard line with 20
seconds left to plax Running
back J.J. Smith scored from
there to gise the Knights the
victor,.
For the game. Vanguard was
penalized si\ times for just 29
)ards. Bradford was hit with
19 penalties for 163 yards.
Vanguard enters this year's
game with the same record it
had prior to last year's
game-2-3. The Knights
opened the season with a 17-
10 win over West Port before,
dropping three straight. The)
lost 12-10 to Palatka. 28-3 to
Dunnellon and 35-26 loss to
Belleview.
The Knights finally got back
on the winning track with a 28-
7 victory over Leesbur2 last
week. Vanguard's defense
allowed a total of 152 yards. ,
including just 70 on the
ground.
Senior linebacker Chris
Kemnitz was the leader for
that unit. recording 10 tackles,
while senior safety Glen
Stanley had eight tackles.
Smith. w\ho scored all of
Vanguard's touchdnwns-


riiuay
against Bradford last year, iS
back this year. The senior
running back gained 139 yards
on 25 carries against Leesburg.
He had a 12-yard touchdown
run.
Quarterback Marquee
Williams returns, as well. He
-scored on a 4-yard run, while- -
Vanguard also got touchdowns
on a 1I-yard run' by- Kgenan
Guyton and a 13-yajd run by
Brett Butler. Guyton and
Butler are -the- backups to
Williams and Smith,
respectively.
Overall, the Knights rushed
for 144 yards against Leesburg
and passed for 253.
In last year's meeting
between Bradford -and
Vanguard, -the .Tornadoes'
offense got off to itfuicrkstart,---
scoring twm'o uhdpwns in the
first quarter. Th6se-wouldbe
the only scores for Bradford,
however.
Graduate James.. Jamjison
provided the offensive
highlights for Bradford. He
opened the game with an 80-
;\ard touchdown run, then later
scored on a 23-yard pass.
Bradford rushed for 213
yards, while gaining 40 yards
on five pass completions.
The defense forced four
Vanguard turnove>s. and 194
rushing yards 'nd T15_passing
yards.


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hardwood Iloors,
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ship Hall, 200 N. Walnut
Street, Starke. Church
wide. Clothing, odds and
ends, appliances, furni-
ture, dishes, toys, misc.
GARAGE SALE .SAT.
17200 Bradford Ave.
Brooker, follow the signs
from SR 231. Golf clubs,
collectible cars, house
wares,. fishing poles,
more good stuff, 8am-
2pm. -
YARD SALE Sat 8am til
; 2prni Baby & household
, items new TV'- car,
' 3l'ove. relrigerai'.r c.ig
rugs. steel Cr,.iair it'll lt'3
ol evertrr,irg 3510 SE
139th Street, from state-
Sroad'- 100 East of
Foryin r1l:.i:v Si,qr,-
LAWTEY'. v'RD SALE
Oct 6ir.. 8am lit -Ipm
Oct 71n 8am II noon
CR 125 W to 25in Ave
go rignh 2nC nouse on
Ine right Mower .eas


clothes, chest, freezer,
furniture, appliances,
dishes, to much to list.
FRIDAY ONLY! Old
Crawford Rd. 216 West,
Starke. Stuff for men and
women. Lots of good
stuff.
YARD SALE 3200 NE
179th Street, Starke. 1/
4 mile north of the fair-
grounds in the right,
across from Sunshine
Home Center, 6th house
on the right. Sat 7am til
-?
MOVING SALE Fri & Sat,
Oct 6 & 7, 8am til 4pm.
Furniture, appliances,
clothes, and household
items. 1005 Wilson
Road, Starke.
MULTI FAMILY YARD sale
on Pratt Street. Furni-
ture, maternity clothes,
scrubbs, baby clothes,
toys, walkers, play pen,
books, toys, aquarium,
formal dresses, plus
much much more. Starts
at 8am, Sat.
HOME INTERIORS SALE
items 10-55% off. Sat;
Oct 7th, 10am til 2pm,
8792 HWY 100W. 4.5
miles from Starke. For
more information call
904-964-7745.
SAT ONLY! 8amtil noon.
5001 Edwards Rd, off
301. Lots of children
bock ; nouseriold items
misc.
FRiDAi 7 t.I-"' RAINOR
SHINE 3 FAMILIES
Hw, 16V/lro, Slarl.e io
Ace RO (NE 239th PFi
near HWV 121 Beauli
lul Dacy nd Cniriaien's
loI nres collecnbles.
plates. dolls wnal-nOcts.
some lurnliure and


FOR SALE
Get ready for Hunting Season!
I hd\ .ie.c-r.,l used C hi, 2'. CB Ra.di,,
for salc that are priced right. Have a few
-a tennas. c(-j l. iher miisi ite iC -

386-496-1215
S before pm please



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Commercial, Residential
LT Installation
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30+ years experience
Licensed & Certified
Call Bruce Kenworthy
Florahome: 386-659-2888
Cell Phone: 386-916-9805




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Supplies & Service LiC
Seicing the Small ommunity
Weekly cleaning and maintenance on your pool
Let the "Pool Store" come to you!
OWNER: CAROLTHOMPSON

(352) 745-2831
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Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey


Smith &
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Tom F. Smith
Broker







Sam Gibson Jennifer Lourceo
Sales-Associale Sales-Associale







Jack Hendrix Jenae Whilttemire
Sales-Associale Sales-Associate


(90'




JennllerVaughan 415 E
,i Sales-Associale 415 E.


much more. Truck top-
per, S-10 size, rear and
side windows loc*, $75.
Weights and bench, by
Legacy, 258 Ibs. of
weights, one straight
bar, one curl bar, $100.
Incline bench, $10. A-
frame fiberglass ladder
for pool, $20. 19"
Aquapro sand filter and
skimmer by Jacuzzi, 48
frame hi-flo Century
pool-jetted tub motor,
1.5hp, all for $250.
Honeywell tru hepa
room air purifier, $40. J'
C Penney's 40" cherry
wood armoire jewelry
chest, c.rng.ilry coil
$215, *v,,1 Sell :," .'5
Large selection of Hot-
Wheels in original pack-
ages, prices negotiable.-
Mountain.King 7.5'Alas-.
-.kan Spru.:e- VWr.ie
'Cramnmas Iree wn
stand,, originally $225,.
sell for $75:' Lots of
Christmas decor. All
items listed are in very
good condition. Call
386-431-10.55 or 352-
359-4333.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE.
Friday' and Saturday
7:30am.r prr 230E
"(Call St). 2 mrnes pasI
hospital to NE 14th Ave
(Country Club). An-
nques. ste ec., corm-
puter stuff, "apes mc.v-
ies. etc. .

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4) 964-9222

FOLL FREE:
377-269-6577

. Call St., Starke


CORNER OF WASHING-
TON & Lake Street,
across from Bradford
Preschool. Fri & Sat,
8am til ?, If rains, come
the following weekend.
GARAGE SALE Fri & Sat,
8am til dark. Everything
must go. 737 Faxon
Lane. 1 mile from the
light on 16 and 301 to-
wards Camp Blandinrg.
Furniture, dishes, much
much more.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Sat
9am til ? Cutt'n up
across from Pizza Hut.
Lots of goodies. .
',ARD SALE 1445 E. Call
Street. Oct. 6th 9am til
6pm, Oct.. 7th Sam 1,1
3pm, Oct. 8th 9am I,1
3pm. No, early birds.
please.
THUR FRI, & SAT 19592
NW 71sl Ave Slarke
Furnrlure. tools nailgun
pressure wasrier. work
able. ireadmi., fence
wire, wrought iron fence,'
VCR, mattress sets,
vaccume cleaner,
Yamaha scooter, pet
supplies, pots/pans, etc.,
Two Family Yard Sale -
Saturday 8am to 2pm, .
Furniture, misc. kitchen
items, Christmas deco-.
rations, mc.vies, Kids
books, clothes, com-
puter desk, lots of great
stuffli Country Club


"FOR EXPERT WATER WELL SERVICE"


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Gainesville FL 32641

(352) 378-1910


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Owners& Operators
L, CernSed i.Iu,'e


(904) 769-9641
(352) 284-1977 Cell


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922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled,
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

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m Water, Sewer '
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas

&L Call (904) 964-7133
& Voice TTYAccess 1-800-545-1833. Ex. 381



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Sales-Associate


Erica Norman
Sales-Associate


Brenda lourcey
Sales-Associale


Starke, Look for signs.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
POSTMASTER VILLAGE
Hutchinson Road. 2 fam-
ily garage sale, Fri & Sat,
8am to 4pm.
4 FAMILYYARD SALE Fri,
Sat, and Sun. 8am to
4pm. One mile south of
Goldhead Park on 21.
Follow red signs'from
Keystone.
ESTATE SALE 4426 Lodri
Loop, off Trallwick, off of
315C, nearMcCray El-
ementary School. Oct
13,14, and 15. 8am til ?
Household items, an-
tiques, 6 acres, DWMH,
secluadeda mostly woods
HUGE YARD SALE Fri,
Sal. & Sun 106 3rd
Street, Melrose. Furni-
lure, computers. & lois 01
good cheap slurl Call
352-457-2283
SAT 8AM TIL 2PM. 7692
Kaibab Ave, in Big Tree
Lakes.
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
YARD SALE Junk or irea.


1993 Ford F-150 XLT
ihoi t heel ba,,e. 5.0 V8, Automatic.
AC. 2 ne ire 31.50/15. 2 -g ranks,

goose neck receiver in bed, Draiwite
hitch, diamond plake toolbo\, Cobra
CB radio \\/7' antenna Engine
jumped time... hia, slight mni'. Ha\'e
new parts to lix: timing chaiii and
gears,. oil pump. disitrbutor. etc. A
steal at $1.500.00.

Call 386-496-1215
S. before 9 pi ,1


mattress and boxspring
,with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con- MA
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-





W i, l tllJ


beautiful cherry table, 6 room
chippendale chairs and a lot.
lighted hutch and buffet. Call S
Brand new still boxed. 7173'(
Can deliver. Retail BED-OQ
$5800, sacrifice $1100. Pillow
352-377-9846. bo< ft
ATTRESS TWIN sets plasim
$89, full sets $129, Can c
Queen-sets $159, King $100
sets $189. Mattress Fac- 8588.
tory, 441 East Brownlee LIKE NE
St. Carpets also- large FOR E

'Xr1 -II T ml


size pieces. SaveES,
Cash and carry.
Sonia at 352-473-
or 904-964-3888.
JEEN orthopedic
top mattress and
ame brand new in
c. *ar,. warranty
lelver Sacritice
Call 352-372.
EW BUNK BEDS
SALE- Solid wood


sures. Sinclair Bryan
Road. (NE 209 Ave.)
9am til 4pm. Friday and
Saturday.
"55 Wanted
D/S/W/M Disabled Vet, 56
years old. Wanting
: effiency or cottage for
rent, under $350. Larry
Fore 352-390-5104, call
anytime.
I BUY COIN, collections:
Morgan & Peace silver
dollars, silver quarters &
dimes, Buffalo nickels,
Indian head pennies,
gold coins, proof & mint
sets etc. Call 904-964-
3321 '
57 For Sale
JIM'S CATFISH FARM
AND U-FISH. Open Sat-
urday and Sunday, 7am-
7pm. Free admission.
Baby Koi available. Lo-
cated north of Lawtey.
Fill dirt also available.
Call 904-782-1694;
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up eacn. electric
stove. wntien guarantee
delivery available For
appominmenls call 90-.
964-6801.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop


Smith & Smith
Realty


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Courthouse
Georgia St.


Fronts CR
18 & SE
49th Ave;


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reage
3 ac.
oded
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enue


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Residential Residential 3/2 Frame
Acreage Acreage House
6.08 ac. 10 ac. 1276 sq. ft.
Wooded Wooded Great
County Rd S.E. Starter or
18 49th Investment
Avenue Lafa etteSt.
l2 Each Office is independently Owned and


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Fully-plattled and
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reservation. (877)234-
8850 x. 102.
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& AcreaOe. FREE
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317 Peachtree St'.
Murphy. N.C. 28906.
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I + ACRE ITN
HOMESITE 1.8 ACRES
large lot wilh lice view.
Stonl le .. ', I. i
natural iandscapini.
Pond on tilhe east side.
Close to latire stale pai:k.
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AREA Breathiakingi
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parcels in exclusive
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coulirts.' hikini Irails &
cli mliore. Close o
Buck Creek Marina.
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3/2
Frame
House
1200 sq. ft.
Move-In
Lafayette
Street
Operated.


2249 x 847.
VA MOUNTAIN LOG
CABIN unfinished
inside. view. trees.
private. large creek, and
river nearby,, $139.500
owner (866)789-8535
VA94.com.
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C ROLINA Captivating
.ii.ii.ii ,m views. lakes.
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T-shaped style with 5-
drawer dresser on one
end and desk on the
other end. Like new.
mattresses and ladder
included. Bottom bed on
wheels for easy making
access. Paid $1200 a
year ago. Win sell for
$450. Call 904-364-.
6463 or 386-431-1741.
LAWNMOWERS AND
TRAILER. lool boxes
:and bed liners Honda
moped ana goll cart.
Call 904-964-4118.
58 Child/Adult
home care
RELIABLE CAREGIVER
NEEDED Saturdays for
elderly blind lady Help.
'ul it also availaDle Ior
'infrequent Sundays or
evenings Located 8
miles eas ol Keystone
;Heights. Call 386-661-
2043 8am-lpm week-
days. or 386-684-6877
after 3pm
59 Personal
Services
BRADFORD LiMEROCK
SALES Limerock,
crush create, asphall
milling, building sands,
gravels, tractor work
We haul. we spread
Business 904-782-3172,
mobile 904-509-9126.
Monday through Satur-
day.
NEED HELP PAYING
FOR PRESCRIPTION
DRUGS? No Rx drug
coverage? You may
quality for tree medicine
from US Pharmaceutical
Companies. Call 800-
451-9784.
DIVORCE/CHILD SUP-
PORT/CUSTODYY
FORMS PREPARED
$125-$150 We come to
you. Call.904-964-5019
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMIT, $50. One hour.
call 904-964-5019
AFFORDABLE, DEPEND-
ABLE house cleaning,
weekly. biweekly
monthly or new con-
struction & ary loam car.
pel shampooing, win-
dows Call for free quote
904-769-1541
AVAILABLE TO ASSIST
WITH CARE of your ela-
ery loved one Call 386.
431-9288
WILL BABYSIT IN MY
HOME. Call 904-364-
3055, 7am-6pm. I
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection ol termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bidgs Pier Re-
placement & alignment
Free Estimates. Danny
/ (Buddy) Clark, 1904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
hqs money to lend for
.i 1-i .i pi.v ka e ...
1-800284 '11,.44,;..,.
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, it no answer
please leave message
SECRETARIAL SER.
VICES Typesetting. re--
sumes, etc. Call Melissa
at 904-364-6463
CONCRETE WORK
driveways, side walks,
storage buildings, cheap
rates. Free estimates.
Call Paul at 904-796-
',9019.
63 Love Lines
WIDOWED W/M, 70,.
LOVES LIFE. Do you?
Seeks S/W/F. Letter
about yourself plus
phone number. Mail to
c/o Owner. 6137 Hunter
Ave Keystone Heights.
FL 32656.

65 Help Wanted
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR SECURITY OF-
FICERS in Palatka area,
class D" security license
and valid FL drivers li-
cense required. Hiring
bonus to qualified appli-
cants. Call 386-325-
2001x4351 for appoint-
ment. EOE M/F/DN.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR FULL AND PART
TIME EMT certified Se-
curity Officers in Palatka
area. EMT Certification,
and valid FL drivers li-
cense required Class
"D" Security License pre-
ferred, training assis-
tance available Hiring
bonus or qualified appli-
cants Call 386-325.


2001 ext 4351 or 904-
281-0070 ext 206 for
appo i n t m e n t.
Palatka..am@rbells6uh.net.
EOE M/F/DN/
RESIDENTIAL FRAMING
CAR P E NTER S
NEEDED in Gainesville
area. Call 386-623-7064
or 386-623-7063
INSTALLERS POSITION -
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
Traffic signal and signs.
Weekday travel.: Drug,
Free, EOE. 1-800-939-
7711.'
EXPERIENCED BACK
HOE OPERATOR with'
CDL Class A. F/T, M-F.
Apply in person,
Damper Septic Tank,
7030 NW 23rd Way,
Gainesville, 352-378-
2659. DFWP, EOE.
HELPER NEEDED for
home repair work Call -
352-475-1596. leave a
message
BUY OR .SELL
TUPPERWARE Call
Mamie at 904-964-3030
or 904.364-7790 little
time, lol of money
SHOP HELP NEEDED, -t.
oerglass manulacluring
and trimming will train
Full time 40 hour week
Apply in person al U S
Body Source 1 5 miles
South ot Hampton on
CR 325
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled ci-
enIs 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home. Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
lertilizing etc Full time
40 hour week Apply in
person at U S Body
Source. 1 5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now nring mthe following
positions: Crew leaders.
equipment operators la-
borers. Class A CDL
drivers- valida Drivers li-
cense a Musti Fax re-
sume to 904-275-3292
or call 904.275-4960.
EOE. Drug Free Work.
place.
ARE YOU A WRITER?
We are looking for
someone to cover local
meetings, wnte features
and cover community
events in Bradford.
Union and Clay Coun-
ties. Must have a knack
or writing, be experi-
enced on computers
Hours are varied, in-
cludes occasional week-
ends. Mail or e-mail re-
sume to PO Drawer A ,
Slarke, FL 32091.
eiolor @Celegrapn com.
NOW HIRING SMALL EN
GINE OR TRACTOR
MECHANIC. Full Time
'ru'; iree work place
"'5 y37Fqu ipmahl,
9644238- '
BABYSITTER for a six
year old girl Must De
able to pick her up from
Slarke Elemenlary




LANE CITY
CINMIIII1 COLLEIi
CUSTODIAN,
FLOOR CARE
SPECIALIST
Night shift, 10 p.m.-6 a.m.
Tuesday Saturday
RE-AD% ERTISED
MNanual work in routine
how.uekeeping, cleaning and
caring for campus buildings.
Must be able to lift and
carry 44 pounds. Must read
and write English.-
Salary: $16,127.annually,
plus benefits.
Deadline to apply:
October 20, 206
College application required.
Position details and
application available on the
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource Dev.
Lake City Com. College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL32025
Phone: (386)754-4314
Fax:(386)754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited b N ihe
Southern As.cciilioin
of Colleges and Scnooli
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school at 1:45 and keep
her in my home. Hours
will vary. In Starlp area.
Call cell phone 352-359-
6669, to schedule an in-
terview.
THE STARKE POLICE.
Department is searching
for a responsible indi-.
vidual who is committed
to serving the commu-
nity as a Communication
Officer. Must be able to.
handle themselves in
stressful situations, com-
municate ideas,and give
directions. Must be able;
to work nights and/or
weekends and be able to
-cover many different
shihs Tnis position pays
s8 00 an hour plus ben-
elits You must have a
High School Diploma or
GED. type 40 correct
wpm good interpersonal
skills and some com-
puter knowledge On the
job training and CJIS
certification will De pro-
Svided
THE CITY OF LAWTEY is
taking applications for
water meter reader
Must have transpona-
lion and current drivers
license Applications
may be picked up at
Lawtey City Hall dunng
business hours Monday
through Fnday Irom 7am
unfil 4pm We will De ac-
cepling applications
through the close ol
business on October 13.
2006 at 4pmr
40/WK. cook/bake exp
prelered PM shift Good
benefits Call Annette
Slatlord-Penney Retire.
ment Comrmunity 904-
284-8529 EOE & Drug
Free WP
PARAMEDICS Advanced
Patient Transportation. a
division of St. Vincent's
Health System located in
Jacksonville. FL is seek.
ing lull time Paramedics
Competitive pay and ex-
cellent benefits offered
for full time positions in-
cluding a $500 00 sign
on Donus. tuition reim-
bursemenl., free uni.
forms, paid lime oil and
a 401K plan Please ap-
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ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

Fri., Oct. 6, 7:00 p.m.
Keystone Heights Lions Club on Orchid Ave. across from KHHS

Globe Wernicke bookcase, oak hall seat, plus lots of other

furn. 3 pieces of Rosemilk, Flow Blue, Griswold, sterling &

silver plate, lots of glass, pottery, gold pocket watch, old tools,

primitives, old Christmas ornaments,, lots of old coins & loads

more.
Terms of auction: Cash/debit, check w/iD, Visa, MasterCard. 12%
Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% B.P. discount w/cash/check. All items
.must be moved night of sale.


KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Call for information (352) 473-9008


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


DUE TO CONTINUED GROWTH
Local Company established in 1981 currently has
positions open in the Delivery / Service Department:
Must be outgoing and personable with a good
driving record.

* Starting wage $475.00 per week
* Quarterly Sales Bonus
* 4-Day work week, Monday-Thursday
* Health / Dental Insurance
* Paid Vacation
*401K Retirement- Plan
* A Drug Free Workplace
*EOE

Riverside U "' rm Rentals, Inc.
1038, yards Road
Starke, Florida
(904) 964-8544'


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CHIP& LIVEBOTTOM VANS

-$1000 Sign on Bonus, Home Nights

Local Runs $650 $750+

Health/Life Ins Avail, 401k

Paid Vacation, Wkly Performance Bonus

$500 Quarterly- Safety/Pert Bonus

DOT Insp a Driver Referral Bonus

FLATBED DRIVERS

$700 $1000 WKLY

HOME 1- 2 NIGHTS & EVERY W/E


CALL

SPRITCHETT TRUCKING, INC.

1-800-808-3052


COUNTY PLANNER -
BRADFORD COUNTY:
Bradford County is ac-
cepting applications for a
full-time County Planner.
The Planner will, be re-
sponsible for technical
work and production of
planning documents as
well as making recom-.
mendations to land de-
velopment proposals.
MSBU s capital im-.
provemenis budget,
comprehensive plan
proposals., subdivisions
DRI's housing pro-
grams economic devel.
opmeni aciivilies and
land development code
revisions Will prepare
complex. detailed re-
poris on such areas as


lan use pulcfclte


land use, public facilities
and infrastructure sys-
tems. urban design, so-
cial issues, land devel.
opment code inlerprela-
lion and revision and site
plan review Tne mini-
mum qualifications in-
clude a Bachelor's De-
gree in Urban Planning
Public Administration.
Geography or a related
degree in business Ex.
perience in planning is
preferred. bul not re-
quired Applications may
be turned in or mailed to
Clerk of the Court, P. 0
Drawer B. 945 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke
FL 32091 The deadline
for accepting applica-
tions is Friday, Oc'ober


www.jaxhealth.com.
EOE.
NOW HIRING FT/PT re-
ceptionist at Lazenby
Equipment Drug tree
work place Monday Ihru
Fnday. 9am lo 5pm Sal
9am iii 2pm Call 904-
.964-4238. -
EXPERIENCED SEPTIC
system installer must
have valid drivers Iih
cense iransponation to
and ;rom work. must be
able to operate back
hoe, other equ Lpment
operation a plus Call
352468.2178
The Bradford Counly
Community Develop
ment c office is seeking a
p a r t I i m e
romeownership coun-
selor Applican wvill work
closely within individuals
and families wanting to
purchase a home
Inrough the Bradford
County Stale Housing
Initiative Partnership
Program Good commu-
nication skills an3 com-
puter SKills are required
Applications may be ob.
gained at the Bradford
County Community De-
velopment Ollice,
Bradford 'County Coun-
nouse Annex. 925-E
North Temple Avenue.
Starke. Fionda Applica-
tions must be returned to
the Community Devel,
opment Othce y 3 00
p m October 19, 2006
REGISTERED NURSES
Want to make a diher-
ence in your commu-
nity? Work in Public
Healin Tre Bradford
County Health Depart-
ment is seeking 2 Reg-
islered Nurses (osinon
,s 640687729 school
healin position) and
64067672 Mustl e li-
censed as a Registered
Professional Nurse pur-
suant to Cnapter 464,
Flonda Slaiules Must
be fingerprinted and
arug screened May be
required to work extra
hours or days in the
event of an emergency
Applications will be ac-
cepted online at hnps //
peoplefirst myflonda.com/


27 200 af 4:0 p i m.


or completed State of
Florida applications may,
be faxed to (904) 636-
2627 by 10/12/06. Call
1-877-562-7287 for as-
sistance in applying on
line. EEO/AANP Em-.
ployer.
ARNP Want Io make a dif-
ference in your commu-
nity9 Work in Public
Health The Bradford
County Health Depart-
ment is seeking an
ARNP, position #
64026936 Must be li-
censed as an ARNP in
the stale of Florida or
certified as a Physician's
Assistant .n ine state of
Flonda Must be linger-
printed and drug
screened May be re-
quired to work extra
hours or days in the
event of an emergency.
Salary range is
$1.283 74 to $3.336 13
Di-weekly Applications
will be accepted online al
h t t p s /
peopletirst myflonda corn,
or completed Stale of
Flonda applications may
be laxed to (904) 636-
2627 by 10/27i06 Call
1-877-562-7287 for as-
sisiance in applying-on
line EEO/AA/P .'Em-
ployer ".
DRIVER- ARE YOU gel-
ting a 2006 pay in-
crease? Roehl dnvers
are paid more witlhprac.
tical route mileage pay
plus lop 10 pay rate 53'
van/48' FB Students'
welcome. $3000 Sign on
bonus Class Arequirea
Roehl. "The lake home
more, be home' more
camera" Call 7days/week
$$$ 888-356-1140 $$$
www GoRoenl.com.
PT FIELD SERVICE REP
Information Resources
seeks P/T Reps to col-
lect data in stores lo-
caled in the SlarKe/
Middleburg area Approx
10-15hrs/wk. Must be
flexible and dependable.





LAE CITY
CINNIIIir COLLIES
INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR,
EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES
PROGRAMS
228 DAY,
TENURE TRACK
RE-ADVERTISED
Teach and a'sisi in program
development, planning and
implementation of ENIMT
Basic. Paramedic. anrid EMS
Asociate Degree program;
Coordinate c.:hedules.
clinical sues and in.n'uctors:
mainLin iutie and n nonal
program cerniticaiton;, Klui
emrrergenc medicaI er. ices.
or closely relatedfield and 1
Paramedic cernfication ar
saie or national le.el
Salar). Based on degree and
experience plus benefits.
Complete application packet
mu.. be recened by October
13. 2006 for guaranteed
consideration.
College application and
copies of transcripts
required. Positon detail and
application available on the
veb al awa.lakecir}cc.edu
Inquiries: Human
Resource Deielopment
Lake City
Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mall:
boettcherg@lakedtycc.edu
LCCC i ac :i-edwl bny the
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,- Cnileges ard snv "s
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Over-The-Road Drivers Needed!
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's. 1800 watt inverters, top of the line leIather seas, walk-in condo sleepers. and new air-
ride front suspension for a smoother ride than you have ever experienced: Homae several nights most weeks as'we have a
good mixture of regional and over the road, Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching that comes fronm only
dispatching 25 trucks locally. Earn up to 30% /o revenue immediately. NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up to
$100.00 per day. 2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year Safety Bo.nus. Driver of the Year bonus. Driver recruitment bonus.
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Hourly rate DOE, plus
bonus, mileage Con.
lact pamela.gurley
-@inforescom EOE
DIETARY COOK'S Expe-
nence preferred, various
hours, FTIPT Apply in
person al MacClenny
Nursing & Rehab
CHRISTIAN RETIRE-
MENT community as-
sisted living lacilly is
seeking a PT caregiver.
No CNA required
Evening and nighnl sraihs
needed or weekends
only CNA Iraining avail
able aher 1 year of ser-
vice 12 hour snhis avail-
able Park of the Palms
352-473-6100.
EXTENSION AGENT-
Family & Consumer Sci-
ences, multi county.
Baker & Bradford coun-
ties BS degree required.
Masters preferred Com-
plete position descnplion
and requirements may
be obtained online at
h I I p / /
personnel ilas ufl edu.'
counlyvacancies him or
by calling the Bradlord
County Extensiton Offce
at 966-6224 Position
open until t0,'23,06 or
until filled
TELLERICLERK immedi
ate opening in credit
union for mature .na.
vidual Attentive to detail.
good communication
skills, basic computer
knowledge and experi-
ence working wiln casn
Will train FAX resume to
386-431-2027 or call
386-431-2017


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27, 2006 at 4:00 pbm.
Applications and job de -
scripiion forms are avail-
able al Ine County Man-
ager Olice located in the
Bradlora County Court-
nouse, Nortn Wmg Tne--
North Florida Regional-
Chamber of Commerce,--
100 East Call Street._-
Slarke FL 32091 or via-
the county websile at
www.bradford-co.--
fla.org The county re--
serves the right to reject
any and all applications.
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer -



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ASSISTANT -
SOFTBALL
COACH/STLDENT1--
SERVICES SUPPORIF
Assist the head Sobihb3l--
Coach .ith all duiie, --
required for miercollegiT
softball team ---
\tork half time in -
Student Sen rces a3rea--
Must h3ae minimum 6F1
High School diplomr pluls
high schooll or college-
p13 n mg ard/or coaching-
experience Bachelor'S
degree preferred
\.lid Florida driver',
licere required.
Salan: S20,583.00
annually plus benefits
Re% eiU of applicanon' v ill
begin immediately. open
until filled
INSTRUCTOR, TURF
EQUIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
Beginning JanuarN 2007
Teach turf equipment and
shop management clas.se
including mechanics.
diagnosrics. welding and
maintenance. AA/AS with
five years full-nime
mechanic experience
Bachelor's degree
preferred. Teaching
experience and/or turf
equipment technician
experience desired
Salary: Based on degree
and experience plus
benefits
Applicanon and materials,
must aml e by November
15. 21"6. for guaranteed-
consideralion -=
College application itquirdl.
Posiion dtailal and -
application aailabtle on w-he
ieb at: H .lakecil)ccedu-
Inquiries: Human Resource
Development -
Lake Cily Community College
149 SE College Place -
Lake Clts. FL 32025
Phone: (386t) 754-4314 -
Fa. 13S6i 754-4594 -.
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Nov. 4, 2006
PeQ by FL Commission lor independent Educa.ion


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ENERGETIC TEAM MEMBERS!



* Flexible Scheduling Food Discounts

* Vacation Benefits Premium Pay



** Apply Anytime **


On the spot interviews will be held

on Friday, Oct. 6 and Tuesday, Oct. 10

from 9 AM to 11PM


ESTATE SALE


Saturday, Oct. 7 8 am 6 pm

Lounge chairs, wicker couch, shelves, TV, beds, linens, dishes, -
clothes, costume jewelry, rocking chairs... Lots & lots of stuff.
Free stuff as well.

10% of proceeds go to First Baptist Church of Starke. -
US 301 to SR 100 West to Sampson Lake Drive. to SW 155th Terrace.-
Look for signs or call for directions -


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