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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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USPS 062-700 Three Sections Starke, Florida


Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006 127th Year 11th Issue 50 CENTS


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Noteworthy

Osteoporosis
screenings
today
Free osteoporosis screenings for
men and women age 45 and abore
will take place today, Thursday,
Oct. 12, from 10 a.m. to noon at
the- Starke Senior Center, 104-LNI
Gaines Blvd.
Osteoporosis is a disease that
causes bones to become thin and
fragile and break very easily.
Learn what you can do to prevent
osteoporosis, and take ad\ antage of
this free screening to find out if your
bones are healthN
For more information, call 0386)
462-1551. e\t. 12. Sponsored b.
the Department of Elder Affairs,
Su%%annee Ri\er Area Health
Education Center. Suvannee'River
Economic Council and the Center
for Osteoporosis in Jackson% ille.

Homecoming
Parade forms
available now
Anyone interested in having a
vehicle in the Bradford High School
Homecoming Parade may pick up
forms to do so at the high school's
front office.
The parade will take place the
afternoon of Frida., Oct. 27.
For more information, call (904)
966-6075. ., ..
Parade route
The route for the homecoming
parade remains unchanged.
Beginning on Washington Street at
the high school, the parade %will
travel %west to Orange Street. south
to Madison Street, west-to Epperson
Street. south to Lafayette Street, east
16 Orange, north to Madison, east to
BroadwaN Street, then north back to
the high school.

Events set
for domestic
violence
awareness
Peaceful Paths. an organization
founded to assist the victims of
domestic violence and promote
aw areness, will hold special events in
recognition of October as Domestic
Violence Awareness Month.
A candlelight %igil will be held
Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. in the
atrium at Shands Starke on C.R. 230
in Starke.
Police Chief Gordon Smith will
be the guest speaker. Those ,in
attendance will receive refreshments
and be able to hear Terry Carpenter
sing.
.For more information, call (9041
964-5400 and talk to Bob Clayton
Sor Barry Warren. Or call (904) 966-
6878 and talk to Donna Ross.
On Thursday, Oct. 26, Steve
Denmark of Starke will act as guest
chef for a cocktail party to be held
from 6-8 p.m. at D'Acosta House in
Gaines% ille.
Tickets are $25. Contact Heather


'Jennings (3352) .373-9744
229-4180 for tickets. All
benefit Peaceful Paths.


or (877)
proceeds


CPR classes
offered at
Shands
Shands /Starke and the American
Heart Association are offering the
following class in CPR for the
community:
The Heartsaver CPR community
course. covering all ages % ill take
place on Saturday. Oct. 21, from 8
a.m. to noon. Registration deadline
is Friday, Oct. 13.
All 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 (90-1) 368-2300, ext
254.


Buffer rules trouble


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Bradford County Commissioners
rebuffed proposed -language for a
comprehensive e plan amendment the\
felt would limit their authority over
zoning and development in the three-
mile buffer around Camp Blanding.
That three-mile buffer stretches
into the county's urban de\ elopment
area around the city of Starke. into
downtown Starke and encompasses
the city of Law ltey.


Eriid Ehrbar of the North Central!
Florida Regional Planning Council
said the state is requiring local
governments to place criteria in the
future land use elements of their
comprehensive plans to achieve
compatible land uses around military
bases.
"They're telling me the\ want to
see it in the comp plan." Ehrbar
said.
Commissioner John Cooper said
that compatibility is an issue for the
commission to decide and wanted


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A special events ordinance
approved on first reading by the city
of Starke isn't much simpler than
the ordinance previously considered.
but it does exemptt events sponsored
by ,the Bradford County, Fair
Association.
E ents' sponsored by the city, city
occupational license holders and
organizations receiving a need-based
waiver are also exempt,' but other
special e% ents fall under requirements
of the 25-page document.
. Special events, as defined by the
ordinance are non-routine happenings
or social acti ities attracting a
large number of people that, in the
opinion of the police and fire chiefs,
require city services to ensure safety,
including fairs, festivals, concerts.
car shows, etc.
Under the ordinance, there are
three classes of special events: major
events (cost of more than $5,000 in
city services), intermediate events
(cost between $1,000 and $4,999 in
city services), iand minor events (cost


less than $1,000 in city services).
City services can include staffing,
overtime and equipment costs. .
Special events, whatever their
classification, will require a permit
from the city of Starke. Itinerant
merchant licenses (see related
article) ill also.be required of all
vendors at the event from outside of
Bradford Counmty. Organizers. must
also pay an application fee and a
refundable deposit assessed against
the cost, incurred by the 6ity, which
organizers must also pay for.
There is a process -for obtaining a
special events permit. Application for
a major event must be made no less
than 60 days prior to the event. Only
a vote of the city commission can,
result in an exception. An application
fee, to be determined by resolution
of the commission, must be paid,
and only 50 percent of that amount.
will be returned if the application is
denied.
The commission will also set a
schedule of fees for public works'
and building department services.
See EVENTS, p. 2A


Rules being set for
outside businesses


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The ordinance the city of Starke is
considering on peddlers and itinerant
merchants will allow Bradford
County businesses outside of the
city limits to- conduct special sales
in Starke.
Prior rules did not make that
allowance since those businesses do
not hold an occupational license with
the city.
Starke is amending its current rules
to include the following definitions
of itinerant and resident merchants:
Itinerant merchant: Any person
who during, the course of selling
travels by foot, vehicle or any other
type of conveyance from place to
place, carrying or transporting goods,
wares or merchandise, offering
and exposing the same for sale, or
making sales and delivering articles
purchased, when such activity is
engaged for the purpose of profit,
and who does not hold a valid
See BUSINESS, p. 2A


county commission
to know" if the board was obligated encroachment:
to agree %with objections raised o\er Camp Blanding's local economic
zoning matters by Camp Blanding. impact is %worth tens of millions of
Total agreement is not statutorily dollars, so protecting operations and
required, according to Ehrbar. ensuring there is room to epand
The Legislature laid out the theory and remain a vital military training
behind such restrictions. In F.S. facility is also important to the local
163.3175. the Legislature requires economy.
local go ernments to work with The law requires that commanding
military installations to encourage officers at military installations be
compatible land uses around such kept up to speed on proposed changes
installations to protect the public in land use or land use regulations that
from operations at military bases and See BUFFER, p. 9A
to protect militarN bases from urban


R{ebuen yRots, Ceoi'en gIIuse


Foro rime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

Dea line noon Tuesday before publication 904-964-6305 (phone) 904-964-8628 (fax)


6 t89076 63869 2


Crash

victim


remains

hospitalized

BY CAROLYN EAVES
Telegraph Staff I writer
A 20-year-old Starke man remains
in serious condition as of press time
from an Oct. 6 crash.
Andrew B. Moore. driving a 1996
Oldsmobile, was northbound on
Northwest 71st Avenue just before
midnight, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Cpl. P.L. England.
For unknown reasons, Moore failed
to negotiate the curve of the roadway)
and went into a ditch. The front of
the Olds impacted -he embankment.
As the vehicle edited the ditch, it
rotated counterclockwise back onto
the roadway and partially ejected
More, Cpl. England said.
SMbore was transported to Shands
Gainesville.
''" 'Moore was not %wearing a seatbelt.
' -'Charges -are pending alcohol results,-
'Cpl. England said.


Fall Jam

expected

to top

bike fest

attendance
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Hotels that filled rooms and
restaurants that ran out of food during
summer's bike fest may wantto brace
themselves for November, when The
Charlie Daniels'Band comes to town
as part of Starke's Fall Jam.
Organizers for the bike !f-.t
hale spent months planning their
sophomore e% ent. w which is scheduled
for Frida) and Saturday, No%. 3 and 4.
at the Bradford Count) Fairgrounds.
Johnny Watterson of. J&J
Motorcycle Accessories has briefed
the city commission on what to
expect. His prediction is nriofewer
than 40,000-60,000 people attending
the event, based on the 30,000 tickets
.sold when Mol1 --Hatchet headlined
the bike fest as well as the sponsors
and vendors who have signed on to
the event,
Even a number of local people who
missed bike fest have told Watterson
they won't miss the jam, he said.
_ Along with The Charlie Daniels
Band; 76ganizers- are--bringing _b.ck
Blackfoot. Other bands playing the'
stage will be Slow Ride featuring
original FoghatmemberTony Stevens,
Big Engine, Rick Randlett Band,
Ganzo Gator, Minor Infractions,
Thermal Image, Flashback, Lopal
Traffic, Creature, Dirt Road Band,
Southern Rukus and Grump.
Vendors galore will set up at
the fairgrounds, and attractions
include Wrestling, bikini and best
abs contests, wing eating and tattoo
contests, bike games a mechanical
bull and more.
For, ticket information, call (904)
964-2010.
The bike fest raised $17,000 for
local charities, and proceeds from
alcohol sales will once again be
donated to charity.


Audrea O'Neal shows off her style at Brooker Elementary on a very special day when
students were allowed to sport hats as part of a fund-raiser for hospital patients.
For more, see inside.



Starke laws will control events, peddlers.


Special events ordinance back up for vote








Page 2A TELEGRAPH Oct. 12, 2006


Alpha Nu names new officers,. EVENTS

welcomes new members Continued from p.1A


The Alpha Nu chapter of
Delta Kappa Gamma met on
Tuesday. Sept. 19. This group
of current and retired teachers
had its first meeting of the
year to establish plans, goals
and programs for the upcoming
year.
The initiation of new
members Angie Hopkins and
Frances Stahler (both of Starke
Elementary) led by the new
president, Virginia Walkup
(Bradford Middle School), was
the highlight of this meeting.
Outgoing President Lynn.
Marshall (Hampton Ele.) was
also honored for her years of
service as president.
.Current officers are: Walkup,
president; Tangelia Bass,
vice president; Pam Bryant,
corresponding secretary; Carol i'-;r.
Starr, treasurer; and Nancy .
.Brewer, recording secretary.
Alpha Nu will :
soon be offering .. :- / '7
a scholarship for ..
female Bradford
High graduates
seeking an
education degree.

At right is Lynn
Marshall, outgoing
president of Alpha Nu. .. ..,


of 26 cents per mile.
Application for an
intermediate event must .be
made no les* than 30 days prior
to the event, and a minor event
application must be submitted
no less than 10 days' prior to
the event. ,
-Applications are submitted
through the city manager's
office, and the applicant must
provide copies of the special
events permit and itinerant
merchant license application
to each vendor, participating.
Copies must be returned to the
city and licenses paid for within
three days of the event. Each
separate itinerant merchant
must have a license and display
that license.
The event must be insured in
the amount of $1 million and
the city named as;additionally
insured.
The city manager ill re% ieu
the. application to determine
if the proposed event will be
designated a special event and,
if so, schedule a meeting with
the applicant.
During that meeting, the
proposed e ent's impact on.
the citi will be evaluated
.to establish procedural'
requirements. necessary city
ser ices. appropriate fees. and
correct an\ deficiencies to
public health and safety The
e'ent %ill then be placed on
the agenda for approval b\ the
city commission. Denials b%
the cit* manager ma\ also be
appealed to the commission.
and the request for an appeal
hearing must be made within--
se% en da;is o' the denial.
If the application is appro\ ed.


the city manager will prepare
a checklist of the terms and
conditions of the permit and all
estimated fees. Required fees
must be made prior to issuance
of the permil.
The police chief will hold
final approval on the number
of law enforcement officers
or private security personnel
required bh the event. The
police department will be the'
sole prmoider of public law
enforcement services unless'the
chief authorizes other. sworn
personnel. Private security will
only be required to provide.
private security when deemed
necessary by the police chief.
'A schedule of events must'be
.provided for law enforcement
to schedule coverage. The
applicant must also cover the
cost of off-_ite traffic control.
The number of portable
restrooms and garbage
containers ill be among those
things determined by meeting
with the city manager. The
applicant must pay for garbage
ser 'ice and will be'charged bN
the.site if the event site is left
littered. I
A site ketch showing
adequate parking facilities
must be presented, along with-
any proposed street closure.
There must be a. parking space
for every 2.5 people estimated
to attend the e ent. A sketch
will also detail the number and.
location of enidors..
Other requirement, include-
Alcohol sales and
consumption mu-,t be conducted
i ithinatemporir_ orpermanent
permitted structure on property
zoned for commercial acti\it\.
and the building and parking
must mic.t applicable building
.codes. Organizers bear the
respoisibilit for making
sure open col nainers .are nol


permitted beyond thedesignated
special event site.
Food vendors must
be licensed by 'the Florida
Department of Business and
Professional Regulation or the
Department of Agriculture and
be insured in the amount of $1
million with the city named as
additionally insured.
Amusement rides and
-attractions must meet slate
requirements and 'the owner
insured in ,the amount of $1
million with the city named as.
.additionally insured.
All insurance certificates
must: be provided to the city
-at least 30 days prior to the
event. '
*Permits will only be issued to
events that comply with zoning
and land use regulations.
Outdoor noise must be
controlled in accordance with
the city's noise ordinance.
Temporary structures must
be structurally .,sound and a,
building inspection may bd
required.
*An e ent headquarters % ill
-be designated %%ith contact
information provided to the
city. Event staff must wear
identification in the form of
shirts, badges, etc.
Special lighting or visual
effects such ,as fireworks
must be approve ed by the, city
manager.
CitI commissionersappro ed
the ordinance on first reading
without comment on Oct. 'K.
The second and final reading
has not been scheduled. ..


Every calling is great when greatdl
pursued. '
-Oliver Wendell Holmes


Officers for the new year are (-r) Virginia Walkup, Tangella am Bryant,
'Carol Starr and Nancy Brewer.


To all the citizens of

Starke... especially the

citizens of District 1



THANK YOU



THANK YOU


THANK YOU


for allowing me the opportunity to serve as your

City Commissioner for the. last 16 years. To the

Staff at Jones Funeral Home, My Friends, and

Family, THANK YOU for your patience and the

time you allowed me to fulfill my duties as


Commissioner.


Pictured (I-r) are new member Angie Hopkins with her mentor, Pam Bryant, and
new member Sheila Evans with her mentor, Frances Stahbler.


BUSINESS
Cnoritinued from p. 1A

o cupational license issued by
tI' city, or does not maintain
a -hysical business address in,
Bradford County.
Resident merchant: Any
person who holds a valid
ocupational license issued by
thb city, or maintains a physical
business address in Bradford
County.
The restrictions set forth in
thp ordinance apply to itinerant
merchants, not resident
merchants.
Itinerant merchants are
ndt allowed to sell or solicit
business in-public parks or on
city streets, rights of way or
sidewalks, nor are they allowed
tostop or attempt to'stop people
passing by any of those places.
Tliey may not block streets,
sidewalks or. other public
locations.
The new ordinance clarifies
the license fee that the city
wijl charge itinerant merchants
and- peddlers. Though it does
nol specify a fee, it authorizes
th| city commission to adopt a
mrnthodology for determining
thW appropriate fee, requiring
that the licensing fee be based
on~a "proration" of fees paid by
resident merchants.
Itinerant merchants will not
beallowed to:
Conduct sales at night. The
period is defined as the hours
between sunset and sunrise.
Operate in a temporary
structure. Forbidden structures


include tents.
Place signage on city streets
or rights of way. This includes
portable or disposable signs,
pinwheels and banners.
Operate without potable
water and an accessible
handicapped restroom open to
the public.
*Attract attention orpatronage
through noise, including crying,
calling, shouting, ringing a bell,
blowing a horn, etc.
Conduct sales out of a
recreational vehicle, travel
trailer or tent. Such items may
be displayed if they are for sale,
but are otherwise unacceptable
at a transient sale.
Operate a transient business
with more than one vehicle
with an attached trailer per
parcel of land. All -merchandise
must be kept inside the vehicle
and attached trailer.
These rules do not apply to
resident merchants, including
those located in Bradford
County outside of the city of
Starke. A Bradford County car


dealership, for example, would.
be allowed to conduct a tent
sale in the city limits.
Such restrictions are
intended to discourage itinerant
merchants from doing business
in the city. Starke's original
law on peddlers arose from
complaints that local businesses
had to compete with outsiders
holding tent sales and other
sales events.
The new ordinance is
intended to clarify the older law
and classify county businesses
as resident merchants.
Exceptions to the restrictions
include itinerant merchants
selling agricultural or food
products, yard sales, seasonal
fireworks' sales, art shows
and festivals or other events
approved or co-sponsored by
the city of Starke. Events co-
sponsored by the Bradford
County Fair Association and
utilizing the fairgrounds are
also exempt.


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$16.00 six months


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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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Phone: 964-6305 P.O. Drawer A- Starke, FL 32091
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Hatis (0firfi
Oct. 6 Brooker Elementary School
participated in a national fund-raiser
that collected money to provide hats
to hospital patients.


Students and faculty paid $1 each for the privilege of
wearing their favorite hat in school ... something that is
normally against the rules. The money went to Heavenly
Hats, an organization started by a 15-year-old in
Wisconsin that has now grown into a national nonprofit
1111-- 6V~fM--V=*


organization. LEFT, ABOVE: Cody Wentworth sports a
ball cap. RIGHT, ABOVE: William Forsythe had a stuffed
cow on top of his hat. Travis Hinds (at left) mugs for the
camera while Randi Leddington (background) looks on.


BMS students
served after
school, on
weekends'
Saturday School will be held
during the month of October
at Bradford Middle School on
Oct. 14. 21 and 28 from 9a.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 Tuesdays, and
Thursda)s from 2:45.3:45 p.m.
Students can recei% e home%% ork
help or small group tutoring
during that lime.
Computer Lab is also openly
on Tuesday and Thursdays
from 2:45-3:45. Students ma\
work on technology projects.
Internet research or FCAT
Explorer.
Bus transportation is
available for the after-school
sessions only. A permission
slip went home and is required
for students to attend these
programs. Please return ASAP.
Contact Gavle Wealer at
BMS, (904) 966-6705 for arn
additional information.

YMCA needs
reading
mentors
The YMCA Reads program
at Soulhside Elementary needs
adult volunteers to mentor
students. The program matches


first- and second-graders who
are struggling with reading
with a volunteer mentor.
This is also an excellent
opportunity for high school
students seeking volunteer?
e perience.
YMCA will trairin oluntecr%
in working ilhi students j
The program takes place at
Southside Elementary School
cafeteria from 3-5 p.m.,
Monday% -Thursday ,
If Nou would like more,.,
information, please call (904):'
964-YMCA.

Child abuse
prevention
group meets '
Oct. 18
Join members for the,
Bradford-Union Pre% mention
Task Force for a brown bags
lunch on Wednesday, Oct. 18i ,
al noon. .
The task force., which.
works to address the issues ;
of child abuse, domestic
Silence pre% mention and foster
parenting, meets monthly at
First Presbiterian Church of
Starke. 921 E. Call St.
ls!).Sl.ST.3T3%Tk.o5ME


138 E. Call St, SLarke, FL
904/964-4420


You're invited to a Revival Meeting at
Harmony Independent Baptist Church
of Sitarke
October 16 22, 2006


LEFT: Shyla Young had a pink and fuzzy hat. MIDDLE: Wyatt Parrish was
going for the Charlie Brown look. RIGHT: Lydia Starling had a flower-
gardeners special that was handmade at a tea party hosted in her honor.


LEFT: These four kids were ready to rumble in
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| -I -Schools hold professional

'LAl:m i1. LA^kr #^ n day for educators


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Tele*graph Siaff\I'riter
I he school board ol Bradford
County\ will be holding a,
professional development day
for all Hr.idlord area educators
on Mond.i. Oct. 16 from 7:45
a;m to 3.15 p.m.
Regul:ir school. \\ill not be
in session that day and the
programs are being held in
various classroom at Bradford
High School.
Sev eral topics will be
covered throughout the da\ in
S50 minute sessions each
Teachers %will be given
instruction' in areas 'such as
using digital tools, e-mail.
PowerPoint, E\cel. Rierdeep.
FCAT E\plorer, physical
fitness/wellness and the Florida
Reading Initiati e.
The same da. a free seminar
w ill be held at the 'Starke
Conference Center from 9-30
,a.m. to 2-30 p.m. at the Starke
Conference Center, there will
be a free seminar for area
educators. school counselors.
social workerss school .resource
officers and parents
This all dav seminar. Build
Bounce-Back Kids,. focuses
on moving children and .outh
from risk to resiliencN, and
%w hat educators can do to help
The training seminar till



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methods to use in teaching math to their Starke represent numbers. That concept is sometimes hard for
Elementary students. RIGHT: Sherry Colarusso places students to understand. Using these diagrams is just
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Republicans

meet tonight
The Bradford Countl
Republican Executive
Committee w ill meet at 7 p.m.
tonight, Thursday, Oct. 12, at'
the offices of Sonshine Title
Company on Edwards Road in
Starke.
This is a verN important
meeting with only a few short
weeks to the general election.
and the committee is looking
to gel out the tole with the
help of grass roots workers.
.All--regi~teed-Reputblicanfl are
urged to attend.
-For more information contact
rChairnian David L. Dodge at
[(904) 964-4610 or (904 "'96-
S0431.

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HEARING TO. AMEND THE
TEXT OF THE CITY OF
STARKE LAND



STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that, pursuant the City of Starke Land Development
Code, hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, .and Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, Florida Statutes, as amended, objections,
.recommendations and comments concerning an
amendment, as described below, will be heard by the
Zonihg Commission of the City of Starke Florida,
hereinafter referred to as the Zoning Commission, at
a public hearing on October 26, 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.
LDC 06-5, an application by the City Commission, to
amend the text of the Land Development Code by
amending Article 5, entitled, Permitting and
Concurrency Management, by adding a new Section
5-23, entitled Proportionate Fair-Share Transportation
Program, to establish a method whereby the impacts
of development on transportation facilities can be
mitigated by the cooperative efforts of the public and
private sectors.
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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.
At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
parties may appear to be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are available for public
inspection at the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department, located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they decide to appeal
any decision 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
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Southside announces Sept. Terrific Kids




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Southside Elementary School recently announced its September Kiwanis
A Terrific Kids. They are (1-r): First row, Derrious Mitchell, Terry Spaulding Jr.,
Thelma Tenly; second row, Tiffany Ritch, Antwane Mitchell, Maya Farmer;
Third row, Alex Mejias, Savannah Cooper, Dalton Page, Olivia Faulks, Dasaray
Steele, Dixie Adkins, Brice Dixon; fourth row, Daunia Moss-Jackson, Jonathan
Ruis, April Wood, Tristen Whittemore, Corey Robinson, Dylan Whittemore;
fifth row, Bruce Carlton, Marissa Greenwell, Austin Norman, Brittany Toms,
Wisam Fares, Taylor Barnes, John Baier and Austin Burkhart. Honored but not
pictured were Austin Davis and Ivy Rankin. ,




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Hampton Elementary School recently announced its September Kiwanis .
f Terrific Kids. They are (I-r): First row, Cameron Clem, Trevor Rogers, CC .
SeWoods, Amber Caulk, Sarah Hirsch, Ryan Curtis, Jorge Villafurte; second
trd row, Daniel Woods, Sarah Glisson, Maggie Glisson, Jake Johnson,
Tiffany Atwood, Marcus Thompson; third row, Rick Stephens and Officer na
Bear Bryan.

,pictured ereAusinDavisan


Alvarez family
reunion set
for Oct. 14
A family reunion of the
descendants of Joseph "Jose"
and Juarna Barbee Alvarez will
be held on Saturday, Oct. 14,
at Northside Baptist Church on
SR-16 in the Fellowship Hall.
Friends and family members
are urged to bring old
photographs, covered dishes,.
desserts and tea or drinks.
Eating and drinking utensils
will be provided.
Lunch will be served at
about 12:30 p.m.


Trick or treat
at BC library
Wear a Halloween costume
and trick or treat at the Bradford
County Library.
A free book bag from
Reading Is Fundamental will
be given to each child.
"RIF offers enriching
activities that spark children's
interest in reading," said Ethel
G. White, children's services.
"And each child involved with
IIF gets to choose and keep
new books at no cost to the
children or to their families." .
Learn more about this
program that will celebrate 40
years'of encouraging children
to read at www.rif.org.
Halloween stories, music,


activities-and a craft are all part
of this special time.
Other children's story times
are Family Storytime. on
Tuesda)s at 10 a.m. for
preschoolers with an adult and
Mother Goose Time for. babies
up to one-Near-old with an
adult on ThursdaN s at 10 a.m.
Call the library at (904) 964-
6400 for further information.
Library hours are Monday, 9
a.m.-8 p.m., Tuesday;
Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m.-
5 p.m., Thursday, 9 a.m.-7
p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.-2
p.m.
Browse Bradford County
Public Library's catalog on-
line at www.newriver.lib.fl.us.
or e-mail the library director at
bradford@rieflin.org.


It's heritage
day at Old
Beulah
Cemetery
Visit Old Beulah Cemetery
in Camp Blanding on Saturday,
Oct. 14. Anyone interested' in
going to the old cemetery can
meet at Beulah Baptist Church
on S.R., 21, -south of
Middleburg at 8:45 a.m..
Bring a covered dish to share
following the trip to the
cemetery.
For .information, call
Carolyn Weeks at (904) 529-
9661.


No Justice in Bradford

County Legal System

(Starke). 5 years after

divorce still in court.

Who's gaining?


I CHURCH-
Philadelphia Missionary celebrate its 117th homecoming Speaker will be the Rev. Willie,
Baptist Church of Lawtey, service on Stinday, Oct. 15, 11 R. Strong Sr. from Orlando. At
and the Rev. MarvinA. a.m., followed by the traditional the 3 p.m. worship service Elder
McQueen II, pastor, invite the pot luck dinner on the grounds. George Lott will be in charge.
public to a church ministry A revival will be held on The public is invited. The Rev.
banquet on Saturday, Oct. 14, 7 Monday, Tuesday and James Wilcox is' pastor.
p.m., at the Bradford County Wednesday, Oct. 16-18,7 p.m.
fairgrounds. Guest speaker will The Wednesday service will be Madison Street Baptist
be the Rev. James E. Rackley, youth oriented with a pizza Church in Starke will host a
pastor of St. John Missionary bash. The public is invited. For concert by five-time Grammyv-
Baptist Church of Lawtey. information, call pastor Don award winning tenor, Larnelle
For ticket information, contact Thompson Jr., (904) 782-3881, Harris, on Sunday, Oct. 15. at 6
Paulette Strong at (904) 782- or Harry Green, revival p.m. The MSBC choir will join
3390.. coordinator, (904) 964-6813. Harris three times during the
concert The public is in iied.
Madison Street Baptist River of Life Church of God,
Church will be hosting a fall across from the fairgrounds in New Covenant Baptist
festival, "'Heroes Unmasked." Starke, will have its fall bazaar Ministries in%' ies the public to
on Tuesday. Oct. 31, at and craft show Friday and an appreciation service and first
Bradford Middle School from Saturday, Oct. 20 and 21. Friday / anni'ersar) celebration for
6-8:30 p.m. No costumes hours are 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.; pastor Isaac P. and sister
please. Saturday hours are 8 a.m. until Rosemary Brantley on Sunday.
2 p.m. Hot harvest muffins will Oct. 29, 11 a.m. with guest
Pleasant Grove Missionary be available Friday morning and church, Tra'.elers Rest of
Baptist Church in the soup and sandwiches will be Atlanta and the Rev. J.W.
Speedville community and the available for lunch on both Warren of Starke at 3:30 p.m.
Rev. James F Jones. pastor. das. There will be a wide Dinner % ill be served following
announce that the 116th variety of crafts and food items .the morning worship service.
homecoming day scheduled for for sale. Admission is free and
Sunday, Oct. 22. has been door prizes will be awarded Walk By Faith Church
canceled. hourly. For information, call Ministries and Faith Walk
"904j9 4-85 Outreach %ill have a "Taking
Pine Valley Congregational (904) 964-8835. Back the Devil', Night" sert ice
Holiness Church will have its nrue Vine Ministry will be beginning at 7:30 p.m. on
homecoming celebration on celebrating 17 years in ministry .Tuesday, Oct. 31. Speaker for
Sunday, Oct. 15, at II a.m. and Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21-' the evening is prophet Toby
6 p.m. Guest speaker is the Re-. 22. This year's theme is: Ellison from Wauchula.
Bobby Griffin. A covered dish Entering New Dimensions in Also the dedication serx ice.
luncheon will follow the 2006: Reflecting on the originally planned for Oct. 15
morning service. Re% ival Journey. On Saturday, Oct. 21, 22, has been postponed until
services will follow Monday- the weekend will commence Jan. 14-28. 2007.
Wednesday. Oct. 16- 18, at 7:30 %with a communitywide fish fr Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
p.m. nightly. The Re%. Justin at the Thomas Street Park, 'il Lake h pcin Co rch
Griffis will be guest speaker, behind The Apts, from 2-5 p.m. % ill have homecoming on
The church is on 178th Loop On Sunday, Oct. 22, special Sunday. Oct. 15 a.m., with
beside American Trolley Co. services will be held at 8:30 and Dr. Ed Kirkland returning for
Pastor is Joy Thornton. Call II a.m. At the 11 a.m. ser- ice. the service. Dinner on the
(904) 364-6304 for information, the True Vine family will grounds following the service.
M.L Zion A.M.E. Church of recognize some of the E ervone is welcome.
Laey ilI sponsor a concert community's finest leaders. Full Gospel Assembly
featuring Ben and Jewel Dinner wil also be served. Church's Teens for Christ
Tankerd on Friday, Oct. 20. at 7 Ebenezer Missionary Baptist youth group will build a
p.m.!at Bradford High School. Church %\ill observe its pastor dragster for Jesus. Teens from
The public is invited, and church anniversary on 13-19 arei ll Pited. For
Sunday Oct. 1, at II am. information, call Pastor Leon at
Lawley Grace United Sunday Oct. 15, at II a.m. (904i 964-3189.
Methodist Church will


Panorama Homeless Coalition
Inc., the ser- ice pro. ider for
Bradford County grants. meets the
second Thursday of the month at
6:30 p.m. at 625 Brownlee St.


Hospice is hi need of volunteers
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity' call Carolyn Long.
386-328-7100.


The Bradford County Veteran
Sen ice Officer days of serve ice are
Tuesday and Thursdays, from 8
a.m. to.5 p.m. For inquiries, please
call (904) 966-6385.


Hey Say No Morel
Look Who's 741
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ELAINE HAILE
Oct. 2, 2006
*


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200b videos are now available. The
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Happy Birthday

Marsha!


-7

From lomma e& CLint


* A weekly volunteer at three area schools. I am driven by a desire for well-
equipped teachers and classrooms. Every youth should be given the
opportunity for a high paying job or college education.
I am determined to raise the appreciation and compensation of teachers.
Bradford County must remain competitive.with other districts or we will
continue to lose teachers (like my opponent) to other school systems. We must
treat all employees with dignity and respect to ensure a foundation of effective
teachers and staff.
I'm devoted to community schools. Our future depends on community and
parental interest and involvement. That's why :,am the candidate at the school
board meetings. With three children in public schools, I am personally invested
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As your school board member, I will be your voice. I have the time and my
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for the best interest of outr students. I would truly appreciate your vote and
consideration this November 7th.

I DRIVEN DETERMINED DEVOTED
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Starke commission reorganizes for new year


Hampton leaders sw6rn in


BY.MARK ,. CRAWFORD
7elegr(a/t Editor.
Starke said goodbye to two
commissioners and welcomed
two more as it entered its newv
\ear last week.
Steve Futchl who first joi ned
the city commission in 1990
and has served as mayor several
times, including this. past year,
chose not to seek reelection.
He has also served as
president of the Florida
League of Cities this year, a
term that will continue through
December, and he encouraged
the board to remain involved
with the league as well .as
all of the regional and local
organizations that guide the
future of the city.
More importantly, he said,
commissioners should stay
involved with the citizens, of
Starke, extending a welcoming
hand to new residents and
businesses.
Among challenges that need
to be addressed are city streets,
maintenance of which.is. very
far behind, he said. He also told
the board to hold Comcast to-
its agreement to improve cable-
service in the city within two
years.
Touchihig on a more sensitive
matter-in fact taking this final
opportunity to bring the matter
up for the first time publicly -
Futch told the board to settle the
issue of severance pa\ to Ken
Sauer once and for all. Futch
was the only commissioner,
who wouldn't \ote to accept
Sauer's resignation in April,
when the former city manager
\ < facing dismissal.
Severance pay iM a Lon traciual
matter, and Futch said before
long the commission will hate
paid their allorney more to fight
this battle than it would have
cost to -selle %t ilh Sauer.
Futch said he is proud of the
ci ty of Starke, and he challenged
commissioners to make their
citizens proud of them.
A commissioner alone
can't do anything, he said,
encour.niv'in ..'ollli ,hiolners to
work l h':-i li i r ilic oI h .' llloni
good. "
The board also said goodbye
to Commissioner Larry Davis,
and both were presented with
plaques and shadowboxes in
remembrance of the time they
dedicated to the city.
Judge Ph llis Rosier swore
in the two commissioners who
will replace Futch and Davis,
Danny Nugent and Tra\is
Woods. Wilbur Waters was also
sworn in to begin another term
on the board.
SFollowing the ceremony,
Carolyn Spooner was
untanimousl\ elected by the
new board to serve as mayor
in. 2006-2007. This will be her


Former Starke Commissioner Steve Futch embraces
his daughter, Stephanie, held earlier last month in
a reception the city held in-his honor. He served on
the commission since 1990.


:.,9 'lH'li -1 ,
Ila, Th, C' 01" 5- 10
Former Starke Commissioner Larry Davis
accepts a plaque from Carolyn Spooner, who was
unanimously chosen by the new board to serve as
mayor for the 2006-2007 year.:'


second time. serving as mayor,
arid she thanked her fellow
commissioners for their vote of
confidence, saying she looked
forward to the board members
working together as the city
moves forward.
Commissioner Tommy
Chastain also received
unanimous support as he was


designated: the city's vice
mayor.
Aswelcomeswereexchanged.
thecity's attorney,Terry Brown.
offered a prediction of things to
come, telling the new board
that Starke is primed to change
. more in the nel ti\ e.)ears than
it has in the last 25;.


Hampton city officials sworn in last week included new council members Myrtice
Green, Layne Stone and Charles Hall, and incumbents Frantz Innocent and Mayor
Jim Mitzel. City Clerk Jane Hall led the group in reciting the oath of office. Mitzel
assigned city departments to council members as follows: Councilwoman Dot
Shealey will chair toe fire department, Innocent will chair-the police department,
(Charles) Hall will chair the water department, Green will chair the recreation
department and Stone will chair the street department. Pictured above (1-r) are
Mitzel, Charles and Jane Hall, Innocent, Stone and Green.


Pictured above with Judge Phyllis Rosier (third from right) are Starke
Commissioners Travis-Woods, Danny Nugent and Wilbur Waters. Waters was
reelected to the District 5 seat last month. Nugent joins-the board for the first
time as commissioner from District 1. District 3 was won in a runoff by Woods,
who is returning to the board after an absence of several years.


NOTICE

I Tax Impact.of Value Adjustment Board|


County of Bradford


Rowe selected as fire chief


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke firefighterTom Rowe,
formerly the department's
assistant chief, has been
promoted to the position ;of
chief, following the retirement
of Dwayne Hardy.,
One city commissioner,
Carolyn Spooner, objected to
hiring Rowe for the position.
Spooner raised questions about
.shift work and certifications.
Like Hardy before him, Rowe
will work shifts like the other
firefighters. Spooner objected
to not having a chief on duty
with regular hours, from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m., saying it would limit
his accessibility.
She also said the position of
fire chief should require thb
individual to be certified by
the state as an EMT and a fire
inspector, so that the head of
the department is also the most
credentialed person.
Commissioner Wilbur
Waters, however, said Rowe
would be available "with a
beep of his radio, just like he is
now." The city might also have
to hire two new firefighters
instead of one to ensure there
would be three firefighters per
shift.
As for fire inspection duties,
there are three firefighters with
that certification already,one for
eachshift,and EMTicertification
is not a requirement of the job
description. It was suggested by
commissioners, however, that
those certifications be pursued.
There were only two
applicants for the position, both
of whom were interviewed
by Project Director Ricky
Thompson. Thompson
expressed complete confidence
in his selection.
Day or night, he said, Rowe
is a dedicated employee.
"He's more than qualified, in
my opinion." Thompson said.
"He's definitely dedicated to
the city of Starke."
Rowe knows the people here


and has a good rapport with
them, Thompson said, adding
that he's knowledgeable, hard
working, trustworthy and
dependable.
"The city's very fortunate to
have and employee like that,"
he said. "I feel very comfortable
,:ith Tom. He's earned his co-
workers' respect."
That's particularly important
when dangerous jobs require
co-yorkers to place their


lives in each other's hai
Thompson said.
Starting .salary for
position of fire chief is se
$45,000.


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nds, Board of County Commissioners District No. I Board of County Commissioners District No. Ill

the
A at Honorable Eddie J. Lewis Honorable Bobby Carter
Board of County Commissioners District No.. V School Board District No. II


nce Honorable James Watson
School Board District No. V


The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render decisions relating to ad valorem
tax assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.



The following table summarizes this year's action by the board.


All taxpayers should be aware that board actions which reduce taxable value cause tax rates
applicable to all property to be proportionally higher.
Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chairperson or clerk at the following
telephone numbers:
Chairperson Honorable James Watson (904) 966-6800
Name Phone

Clerk Honorable Ray Norman (904) 966-6280
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with the students at Hampton Elementary School Oct. 9. Students learned about the reptiles and got to touch
them, although they were only allowed to touch the alligator's tail. A corn snake, box turtle and skink were also
available in the live demonstration. ABOVE: (L-R) Taylor Gatlin touches the alligator while Zachary Windle looks on.
Zookeeper Justin Thompson makes sure the mouth gets nowhere near the children. ABOVE, RIGHT: (R-L) Emily
Moore and Samantha Turner take an opportunity to touch the alligator's tail. BELOW, RIGHT: Dakota Webb was not
really pulling the alligator's tail, he was feeling the bony ridge that runs along the back of the tail.


(L-R) Jeremiah Bozarth and Shawn Smith are eager
to ask questions about the reptiles.


SFCC Teaching Zoo provides free animal
The Teaching Zoo has 75 species. schedule a weekday tour. Admission animals and Halloween ha
and more than 200 individual is free. will be on hand from 3-7:3
animals. It is open for weekend The zoo is located on the Admission for this event o
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YMCA golf

tourney will

help build

new center
The YMCA is committed
to building strong kids,
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
goal. Set at the Starke Golf
and Country 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,
andlunch 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.


Pageant and

talent show

applications

available
The Third Annual Tiny Miss,
Little Miss, Petite Miss, and
Junior Miss Princess Pageant
and Talent Competition will
be held on Saturda), Nov. 11I,
at 6 p.m. in the Bradford High
School auditorium.
The pageant is open to girls
from 0-12 )ears old. The talent
competition is open to soloists
and groups of any age. You
do not have to participate in
the pageant to take part in the
talent competition.
Contestants of both
competitions must reside
in Bradford -County, Union
County or Keystone Heights.
Applications are available at
Capital City Bank, Norma's
Florist; The Simple Bride and
Starke Academy of Dance.
Applications are due
Wednesday, Nov. I. Please see
application for details, or call
Angelia at (904) 368-9153.


Sale of red

ribbons to

support anti-

drug program
Red Ribbon Week is set
for Oct. 23-31 this year and
the Bradford County Juvenile
Justice Shared Services Council
will be selling large red ribbons
for display on storefronts.
Proceeds from the sale of the
ribbons will go to help fund
a variety of activities being
:planned at Bradford Middle
School during Red Ribbon
Week. Activities will encourage
young people to pledge to stay
away from illegal drugs and to
refrain from using legal drugs
in an illegal manner.
To order a red ribbon, contact
Elaine Slocum at (904) 964-
5088. For more information,
contact Nancy Alvarez at the
Bradford County Courthouse
(904) 966-6280.


Starke to

meet Oct. 17
The next meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5027.


LEGALS



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
File Number: 04-2006-CP-0101
S PROBATE DIVISION
In Re The Estate of:
HERBERT BURTON MEAD,
a/k/a HERBERT B. MEAD,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Herbert A. Mead
Residence Unknown
Whose last known mailing address


is:
6107 Harvard Avenue
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Establishment and
Probate of Lost or Destroyed Will and
Order of Summary Administration
has been.filed in this Court, a true
copy of which accompanies this
Notice. You are required to serve
written defenses, if any, to said
action, on PAUL D. NEWELL,
Petitioners attorney, whose address
is Post Office Box 1369, Keystone
Heights, Florida 32656, on the
undersigned on or before November
1, 2006, and to file the original of the
written defenses with the clerk of the
above Court either before service or
immediately thereafter. Failure to
serve and file written defenses as
required may result in an Order for
the relief demanded in the pending


Petition, without further notice.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation to
participate in. this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (904)
374-3639 Voice/TDD or via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida'
32091.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this court this 25th day of September,
2006.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Court
SBy: Tasher Allen
As Deputy Clerk
9/284tchg. 10/19,
TAX DEED 2006-1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
CLYDE DEWITT HERSEY, the
holders) of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
- CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 154
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
The South 132.00 feet of the North
528.00 feet of the East 330.00 feet of
the West 990.00 feet of the NW 1/4 of
the SW 1/4 of Section 11, Township 7
South, Range 21 East, Bradford
County, Florida. ;
Reserving therefrom an easement for
ingress, egress, and utilities over the
Easterly 15 feet thereof.
Above described parcel being
conveyed with a 30.00 lool easement
for ingress, egress, and utilities over
the following described parcel; the
Northerly 30.00 feet of the Westerly
1040.00 feet and the Easterly 30.00
feet of the Westerly 1005.00 feet of
the Northerly 1238.00 feet of said NW
1/4 of SW 1/4, Bradford County,
Florida.
Above described parcel also being
conveyed with a right of ingress and
egress over the following described
parcel; Commence at a concrete
monument located at the Northwest
comer of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of
Section 10, Township 7 South, Range
21 East and run South 00 degrees, 07
minutes and 19 seconds East, along
the Westerly boundary thereof.
157.72 feet tothe Southerly boundary
of the right-of-way of County Road
225 formery State Road S-225);
thence South 77 degrees 14 minutes,
19 seconds East, along said
Southerly bounday.'405.77 feet to the
centerline of an existing road for the
Point of Beginni (said road being 60
feet in width and lying 30 feet on each
side of a centerline described as
follows); From the Point of Beginning
thus described run South 00 degrees,
07 minutes, and 19 seconds East.
parallel with the Westerly boundary
of said NE 1/4 of NE 1/4, a distance of
378.18 feet; thence South 15 degrees,
15 minutes and 41 seconds West,
374.65 feet thence South 20 degrees,
44 minutes and 49 seconds East,
333.96 feet to the end of said 60 foot
road and the beginning of a road 20
feet in width and lying 10 feet on each
side of said centerline; thence
continue South 20 degrees, 44
minutes and 49 seconds East, along
said centerline, 30.88 feet; thence
South 21 degrees, 12 minutes and 57
seconds East, 43828 feet to a set iron
rod; thence South 21 degrees, 22
minutes and 11 seconds East 330.29
feet to an intersection with the
centerline of a road 30 feet in width
and lying 15 feet on each side of the
following described centerline; thence
South 42 degrees, 52 minutes and 49
seconds West, 274.13 feet to a set
iron rod; thence South 17 degrees, 50
minutes and 25 seconds East, 418.91
feet to a set iron rod (last said iron
rod being 15.00 feet Northerly of the
Southerly boundary of the SE 1/4 of
the NE 1/4 of said Section 10 when
measured at right angles therefrom);
thence South 89 degrees, 53 minutes
and 43 seconds East, parallel with
last said Southerly boundary, 686.05
feet to an iron rod set on the Easterly
boundary of said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 and
the end of said centerline (last said
iron rod being located 15.00 feet
Northerly of the Southeast comer of
said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4).
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED:
June C. Rice.
Said property being in the County of
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificates shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door at 11:00 a.m..
Fnday, 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
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9/284tchg. 10/19
TAX DEED 2006-2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION .
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
BEATRICE G. DODD TRUST, the
holders) of the following certificate
has filed said certificate-for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 666
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1999
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Lot seven (7) and west half of lot eight
(8) of Block E Pinehurst Subdivision
in Section 29;, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, as per map or plat
recorded in Plat Book 2 at page 35, in
the Clerk's office, public records of
Bradford County.
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED:
Clara Mae Knight.
Said property being in the County of
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificates shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be


sold to the highest bidder at the
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
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9/284tchg. 10/19.
TAX DEED 2006-3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
LYNDAL L. MAY, the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued


thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 504
YEAR OF ISSUANCE. 2000
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
A parcel of land lying and being in the
SE 1/4 of the NE 14 of Section 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 iEast,
Bradford; County: Florida, being
more particularly described as
follows: Commence at the SE comer.
of the SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and run
West along the South line of said SE
1/4 of the NE 1/4 to the Easterly right-
of-way line of Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad; thence Northeasterly along
said right-of-way a distance of 490
feet to the Point of Beginning. From
the Point of Beginning thus descnbed
run Southeasterly at right angles to
said right-of-way line a distance of
330 feet, thence run Northeasterly
parallel to said right-ol-way line 170
feet; thence run Northwesterly at right
angles to said right-of-way line a
distance of 170 feet to the Easterly
right-of-way line of Seaboard Coast
Line Railroad- thence Southwesterly
along said right-of-way line 170 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED-
Michael A. Chandler.
Said property being In the County of
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificates shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door at 11:00 a.m.,
Friday, the 27th day of October, 2006
Dated this 21st day of September.
S2006.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Carol Williams
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9,284tchg 10/19
TAX DEED 2006-4
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
LYNDAL L MAY, the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 774
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2000
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
All that part of the SE 1/4 of the NE
1/4 of Section 5, Township 7 South,
Range 22 East lying Northwesterly of
the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
right-of-way.
Containing 2.90 acres, more or less.
NAME INWHICH ACCESSED:
George Goetzmnan and Tim A.
Goetzman.
Said property being in the County of
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificates shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door at 11:00 a.m.,
Fnday, the 27th day of October, 2006.
Dated this 21st day of September,
2006.
RAY NORMAN,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
By: Carol Williams
Persons witn disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9/28 4tchg. 10/19
PUBLIC AUCTION
A PUBLIC AUCTION will be held at
C&C Mini Storage at Handi-House
Portable Buildings, 1670 S. US-301,
in Starke, Fla., on Oct. 14, 2006, at
10:00a.m.
Robert Keeling, 2-82
Ciara Williams 1-72
Adriane Cochran 1-69
John Huffman 1-54
Jessica Whittemore 1-38
10/52tchg. 10/12.
ITEM I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for roadway
construction on:
PART A: NE 185th Street
(Mark Lee Starling Road)
PART B: NE 28th Avenue
(Luke Road)
"will be received by Bradford County
Commission at the office of the
County Clerk, County Courthouse, in
Starke until 3 p.m. Daylight Savings
Time, October 19,2006. Bids will be
opened and then publicly read aloud.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.


consisting of Advertisement for Bids,
Information for.Bidders, Bid, Bid
Bond, Agreement. general
Conditions, Supplemental General
,Conditions, Payment Bond,
Specifications, and Addenda may be
'examined at the following locations:
Owner:
Bradford County Courthouse
Clerk's Office
U S. 301
Starke, Rorida,32091
Engineer
Dyer, Riddle; Mills & Precourt, Inc.
4110 SW 34I Street, Suite 8
Gainesville, Florida,32608,
352.371.2741 (P)
352.372.4318(F)
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
the office of the Engineer located at
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,
drainage works, testing, surface
course, striping, grassing, signage,
environmental protection measures
and safety measures. Bidder shall
visit site prior to submission of bid to
gain understanding of the extent of
work.
One Contract will be let for both
roads.
10/5 2tchg. 10/12-
ITEM I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for roadway
construction on:
BRADFORD COUNTY -
SW CR C-231
Resurfacing and Widening
will be received by Bradford County
Commission at the office of the
County Clerk, County Courthouse, in
Starke until 3:30 p.m. Daylight
Savings Time, October 19, 2006.
Bids will be opened and then publicly
read aloud.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
consisting of Advertisement for Bids,
Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid
Bond, Agreement, General
Conditions, Supplemental General
Conditions, Payment Bond,
Performance Bond, Drawings,
Specifications, and Addenda may be
examined at the following locations:
Owner:
Bradford County Courthouse,
Clerk's Office,
U.S. 301
Starke, Florida 32091
Engineer.
DRMP
4110 SW 34th Street,
Suite 8, Gainesville, Florida, 32608
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
the office of the Engineer located at
4110 SW 34th Street, Suite .8,
Gainesville, Florida 32608, upon
payment of $50.00 for each set,
checks only (cash and credit cards
will not be accepted). No refund will
be made for the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS.
Construction time is 180 days. BIASE
BID includes but not limited .to
construction of earthwork, grading,
.providing fill, coordination with utility
companies, milling surface and base
(partial), limerock base for widening,
and asphaltic concrete surface
course, striping, trafficmaintenance,
drainage works, safety measures and
other items considered a normal'part
of this type of work
10/52tchg.10/12
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 theNW of
Section 23, Township 5 South, Ranrge
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
Subject to the Right of Way of Courtty..
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 Lawley Planning & Zoring Board
on the following evening:
7:00 p m., Tuesday, October 16, 2UUb
at the Lawtey City Hall, 2783 W. Lake
St., Lawtey, Florida.
If anyone with a disability is in need of
assistance to attend'these two
hearings please call the Town Clerk,
telephone (904) 782-3454.
S 10/2tchg. 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
bias 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 Did App!ication Packet may be
obtained c contacting Linda W.
Johns, Cry Clerk, at Post Office
Drawer C, Starke, FL 32091, or in
person at City Hall, 209 North
Thompson Streel, Starke, Florida.
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
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
Care Hodge, Unit nG-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,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2006-272-CA
NORITA V. DAVIS and STEFAN.M.
DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE
OF THE RONNIE C. DAVIS
REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST
DATED 02/03/03,
Plaintiff,
vs
WILLIAM L. TYLER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF WILLIAM L TYLER;
SHARON G. WATERS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SHARON
G. WATERS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice.is hereby given that, pursuant
to the Summary.Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated October 4. 2006,1
will sell the property situated in
Bradford County, Florida, described
as follows: -
Lot 34 of FOX HOLLOW, recorded in
Plat Book 3, page 76 of the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida.
Tax Parcel Number 00972-A-03400
at public sale, to the highest bidder for
cash, at the main entrance of the
Bradford County Courthouse, in
Starke, Bradford County, Florida, at
11:00 A.M. on the 7th day of
November, 2006.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.


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WITNESS my hand and otticial seal
of said Court this 4th day of Octob.r,,
2 0 0 6 *, .
RAY NORMAN'/
Clerk of Court
BY: Carol Williams:
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disabilft,
who needs any accommodatiornaiFm
Order to participate in this proceeding
you are entitled, at no cost to youth;
the provision of certain assistance$
Please contact the Couif
Administrator's office by phone-at
(352) 374-3839, or in person or in
writing at 201 E. University Ave., .
Gainesville, FL 32601 within' 2'
working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing impaired,
call (800) 955-8771; if you are vowj9
impaired call (800) 955-8770. '
BEVIN G; RITCH --
1418 NW 6th Street
Post Office Box 1025
(352) 376-3201
.Gainesville, FL 32602
Florida Bar # 143762
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/12 2tchg.10q." 9
LEGAL NOTICE ^
THE FIRST JOBS FIRST WAGI.
COMMITTEE of FloridaWorks S
be holding a meeting on ThursdayM
October 18,2006, at 11:00 a.m. at Vhe?
Eastside High School. 1201 S.E.
Street, Gainesville, Fla. Please:
contact Celia Chapman at.(352) 955-7
6096 with any questions you may
have:
10/121 tchg.

ADVERTISEMENT .
Bid For
OCTOBER 12, 2006 CITY
STARKE CONVERSION OF
EXISTING SIMPLEX RADIO
SYSTEM TO A REPEATER
RADIO SYSTEM
Sealed bids will be received by the
City of Starke (CITY OF STARKE),
209 N Thompson St.. Starke, Florida.
32091 until 11:00 a.m., on Novemg
13, 2006, when at that time Bids .tE
be opened publicly by a CITY
STARKE representative.
The bid is for Conversion of Existin
Simplex Radio System to a Repeat
Radio System as more fullp"
described in the bid package.
Bid packages for this project may Be!
obtained from the CITY OF STARKE,
at the above address.
No bid may be altered, withdrawn r
resubmitted after the schedule.
closing time for receipt of bids. I '
received after the day and time stac
above will not be considered and
be returned to the bidder unopened:"
The CITY OF STARKE will accept
bids from companies who have
established, through demonstrated
expertise and experience that they
are qualified to provide the service as
specified.
The CITY OF STARKE reserves t ,
right to reject any and all bids in t6
or in part and/6r to waive defects'-t
bids.
This bid is-echeduled to be awarded
on November 17, 2006. All Bidders%
will be notified of the award at that
time. However, not withstanding the
intent to award at this time, all bids
must be firm for a period of 90 days
after the date set for opening of bids.
Ricky Thompson
Acting City Manager
City of Starke
10/12 ltchg.
CITY OF STARKE GAS
INFORMATION %
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THEB--
NEW CITY OF STARKE GHAS.
USER FEES WERE CHANGED
FEBRUARY 7, 2006 TO REFLECT,
THE FOLLOWING: .' S
TRIP CHARGE $25.00
TURN GAS ON-LIGHT 2 -
PILOT $20.00
GUARANTEED SAME DAY ;. :-
SERVICE- $20.00
10/121tich:
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO "-;
REGISTER FICTITIOUS -"
NAME I '; 2
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Floridaio.
Statutes, notice is hereby given tjtIa')
the undersigned, Darryl and Latoria -
Haile, 818 N. Oak St., Starke, FL '
32091, joint owners, doing businre
under the firm name, of: D'iD
Complete Lawn Service aS
Pressure Washing, 818 N. Oak
Starke, FL 32091, intends to regisv
said fictitious name under tS
aforesaid statute. I
Dated this 10th day of October, 20(
in Bradford County.
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Breast cancer awareness month
October is recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness
Month. This national observance gives the community an
opportunity to educate women on the importance of early
detection of the disease. Not only do we recognize the
importance of early detection, but we also recognize breast
cancer survivors, individuals struggling with the disease, family
members and friends who support these individuals through the
entire process.
An early detection plan should include the following:
* Clinical breast examinations every three years from ages 20-
39, then every year thereafter.
* Monthly) breast self-examinations beginning at age 20. Look'
for any changes in your breasts.
* Baseline mammogram by the age of 40.
* Mammogram ever one to two Nears for "omen 40-49,
depending on-previous findings.
* Mammogram everN year for women 50 and older.
* A personal calendar to record your self-exams, mammograms
and doctor appointments.
* A low-fat diet, regular exercise, and no smoking or drinking.
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114 cup packed brown sugar .
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BUFFER
Continued from p. 1A
would affect thd land in. close
proximity to the installation.
Notice inchItles the opportunity
to. review and comment on
proposed changes.
The county must consider
such comments in making
decisions and also forward the
comments "to the state land
planning agency.: To facilitate
cooperation, counties \ eire
required to add a nonvoting
member representing local
military installations to their'
zoning boards.
The same standards apply to
municipalities.
Ehrbar took the proposed
language for Bradford
County's comprehensi% e
plan amendments from Clay
and. Escambia counties,
which already have language
acceptable by the Florida
Department of. Community
Affairs.
She said DCA Wants the
county to add the three-mile
buffer on its future land use
map. At first she sent language
to DCA that would preclude
the count) from labeling land
anything other than agriculture
within the three-mile buffer as
long as that land was not within
the county's urban development
area around the-city.
When DCA realized the
urban development area
had been excluded from
compatibility requirements,
there were concerns, but Ehrbar
said she told them it wasn't
reasonable to keep the county
from approving development
in the urban development area.
particularly when the highest
household density allowed
would be 20 units per acre, and
that would only be allowed if
central water and sewer service
were available.


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Ddge
awarded
medal of
distinction
National Republican
Congressionall. Committee
ChAirman Tom Reynolds
has-announced that David L.
Dodge has been chosen as a
2006 Congressional Medal of


Distinction winner..
Dodge was selected based
on unyielding support of the
Republican Party, outstanding
leadership in business and
contributions to the local
economy.
Dodge is chairman of the
Bradford County Republican'
Executive Committee and the
Voter Registration Committee'
for the Republican Party of
Florida.
"Mr. Dodge has served as


an honorary chairman of the'.
"Business Advisory Council
and has provided much needed
support. This award could not
have gone to a more. deserving
candidate," Reynolds said.


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Counts Manager Jim
Crawford said criteria relating
to military institutions was
being imposed that didn't apply
to a training base like Camp
Blanding.
"They have no way of
justifying not building a single-
story building \itihin 1.000
yards of the. base," Cra% ford
said.
It's not thai there aren't
compatible uses available
within the buffer, Ehrbar said.
The primary concern is intense
,residential development, but
she didn't think there would
be a problem \\ith industrial
development, for example.
Residential development more
intense than that allowed
under agricultural land use-
one house per file acres or
one house per 15 acres-is
considered objectionable.
But the area east of Starke
where the urban development
area is being expanded is
growing residentiallN, Cooper
said. Commissioner Eddie
Le~ is, pointing out that the
entire city of Law tey was
within the buffer, said that city
is growing residentially as well,
having just annexed a proposed
subdivision.
A residential development
across from Camp Blanding
in Clay Count) is a DRI,
development of regional impact.
that was in the works prior
to that county's comprehensive
plan amendments regarding
the Camp. It was allowed to
move forward, although a large
undeveloped conservation area
had to be inserted between
the development and the base.
It is precisely that t)pe of
encroachment that is the target
of the comp plan requirements.
Ehrbar thinks DCA may
be comfortable now with
development taking place
as allowed in the urban
development area as long as
the area is not expanded. The
county's attempt to expand its


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-ad~~sr:


urban development area around
Starke to the east could become-
a "'massive issue," Ehrbar said.-
Cooper said he didn't have
a problem with. language
requiring the board to factor
in comments and suggestion
from Camp Blanding when-
considering building and-
zoning matters. He did object
to language that would restrict-
the board from acting in some
way. -.
"I don't want to limit my
development rights because-
of Camp Blanding. I want to:
factor them in," Cooper said. -
Chairman John Wayne_
Hersey said limits on residential,
development could negativelyE
impact the tax base ofa count-)
that is more than 70 percent:-
timberland.
Based on concerns by-
the commission, language-
restricting its developmental
authority 'within the three-mil&-
boffer. will be excluded fron--
the comp plan amendments.
although the) will include-
language committing the county-
to work with Camp Blanding. -
Ehrbar said the board would-:
be able to adopt the necessary
amendments and mo\ e for% ard--
\\ith developmental acti'it,il .
but \ague language concerning-
future development in the-=
three-mile buffer ill place the=
county in noncompliance with=
DCA.
According to DCA's Web!--
site. if the agency finds them-
amendments are not in-
compliance, the county must=
take remedial actions to---
bring its comprehensive plan=:_
into compliance to avoid an_
administrati e hearing.
Although the buffer includes:-
portions of Starke and Lawtey,.
the county has no jurisdiction
there, so its comp planzz
amendments do not address _-
those cities.












Pleasant
Grove Action
Group to
meet Oct. 16
The regular monthLy-.meeting
of the Pleasant Grove Action
Group will be held on Monday,
Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. in the annex
of Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church on N.W.
177th St.
All concerned citizens are
urged to attend.

VFW to meet-
Oct. 19
VFW Post 1016 will have
its general meeting at 7 p.m on
Thursday Oct. 19.
AA %ote will be held to lower
required quorum from six to
five. -
Call (904) 612-1433 for more,
information.


Health career
fair at Shands
Starke
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center and Slhands
S'Starke will be sponsoring a
'Health Career Opportunities
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.

Ombudsman
Council
meeting
, The North Central Florida
Long-Term Care Ombudsman,


Council will meet on Thursday,
Oct. 19,at 12:30 p.m. atHospice
of North Central' Florida, 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd in Gainesville
The council-is a group of
concerned citizens whose goal
is to improve the quality of life
and care for people who live in
licensed long-termcare facilities
such as nursing homes, assisted
living facilities, adult family
care homes and long-term care
units in hospitals. A trained,;
certified volunteer ombudsman
is given authority under Florida
law to ideritify, investigate and
resoh e complaints made by,
or on behalf of, long-term care
facility residents.


For more information, please .
contact Jod\ Dolsberr) at (352)
955-5015 or (888) 831-0404
E-mail her at dolsberryjL@
elderaffairs.org.

Brooker
meets
Oct. 17
The town of Brooker. meets.
on the third Tuesday of each.
month, and the next meeting
will be Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 7
p.m. at city hall.
These meetings are open to
the public. For information or


Page 10A TELEGRAPH Oct. 12, 2006


to receive an agenda, call (352)
485-1.02 ..

County T
convenes."-
Oct. 1 9
The Bradford County
Commission will meet on
Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6:30
p.m. in the boardroom at the
Bradford Count\ Courthouse,
located on U.S. 301 in Starke.
A workshop ill precede the
meeting at 4 p.m.
. For -more information, 'call
(904) 966-6280.


It's time to
enter VFW
scholarship
competition
Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW) Post 1016 and its Ladies
Auxiliary are accepting entries
for this year's Patriot's Pen
Essay Contest and the Voice
of Democracy Scholarship
Competition. '
.Patriot's Pen gives si \th-
seventh- and eighth-grade
students (and home-schooled
counterparts) the opportunity to
express an opinion on a patriotic
theme while competing for
awards and prizes.:
This \ear's theme is,
"Cilizenshio in Am rri.' -
Patriot's Pen gives si\th-
seventh- :and eighth-grade
students (and home-schooled
counterparts) the opportunity to
express an opinion on a patriotic -
theme while competing for
awards and prizes.
This year's theme is,
"Citizenship in America."
_Post 1016uill award a $50
U.S. Savings Bond to its local
winner, whose entry will be
forwarded -for-- competition at--
the district level.
- District winners will -be
forwarded to department level.
Department w winners \ill
compete for $75,000 in LU.S.
Savings Bonds at the national
level, with the % inner receiving
a $10,000 U.S. Savings
Bond during a'ceremony in.
Washington, D.C.,
The Voice of Democracy
Competition "provides ninth-
thtough 12-grade students (and
hpome-schooled counterparts)
the opportunity. to .rite and
record a broadcast script on a
patriotic theme.
This \ear's theme is,
"Freedom's Challenge."
Post 1016 will award its
winner a $100 U.S. Savings
bond, and forward the %%inning
entry for competition at the
district level. Winners advance
as the) do for Patriot's Pen.
Department winners are
brought to Washington, D.C.,
to6 compete for $146,000 in
scholarships, with the first place
winner receiving a $30,000
scholarship.
\Entries for both programs
are due to the Post chairperson,
Christine Peace, by Wednesday,
Nov. 1.
For rules and applications,
call Peace at (904) 368-0447,
or visit the VFW Web site,
www.vfw.org.
-(From the homepage,' go
to:. Programs and Services,
then select VFW Scholarship
Programs. Choose the specific
scholarship program from the
drop-down list on the left of
the page).

Health
insurance
counseling
held monthly
:SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders)
is sponsoring free health
insurance counseling sessions
for elders and their families
who have questions or problems
with Medicare,and other health
insurance programs.
The sessions are scheduled
for the third Tuesday of each
month at the Bradford County
Health Department on north
U.S. 301 in Starke. The next
session is Oct. 17. The sessions
last from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and
counseling will take place by
appointment only.
SHINE is a statewide
program sponsored by the
Department of Elder Affairs.
To make an appointment,
or if you cannot travel to the
counseling session site, call the
elder helpline at (800) 262-
2243.


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Employers, are you looking assist so as not to place a coach works with the progress. giving someone an opportunity Disability Mentoring Day, log
for dependable employees who burden on employers. In fact, employee to train him or her "'Actually, they're getting on Florida Disability onto www.floridadmd.org.
have a desire to work and do -
their best? Then you. might YFIR
want to consider participating I -, I ,
in Florida Disability I,
Mentoring Day on Wednesday, W -I
The program, v.hiche takes r I f
place during National' ,, = i ih i
Disability Employment A11
Awareness Month, is part of a
national, broad-basedeffort toTHE KEY TO ANYTHE KEY TO QUALITY
- promote career development. KEY1ANYTKEYT A
The" ARC (AssoQiation for
Retarded Citizens) of Bradford
Contalasoher 1998 PNI RIXPRE-OWNED CAR. PRE-OWNED CAR T
programs throughout the state,.
are participating.
"We're hoping to get Gold Check opens the door to value when you're looking for a
Wemploer hopi the ets LD CHECK Cpre-owned vehicle. Buy with confidence when you see the
employers to see thebenefits Gold Check symbol. It's your key to getting more. for your
of hiring a person with money and mile after mile of carefree driving.
disabilities," said Johnniemar
Mosley, community -1 The Gold Check Certification Plan covers such key
employment specialist ". ih the components as engine, brakes, transmission, drive axle,
Bradford ARC. steering and electrical, and offers these important
Mosley said from herr features:'
experience, employers who 70-Point Quality Assurance Inspection
hire people with disabilities are It 12-Month Unlimited Mileage Roadside Assistance Plan
hiring people who have three ...- 0 Major Component Limited Warranty
qualities: they are dependable,,
they show up for work- every Eligible for Extended Protection up to 100,000 Miles
day and they aim to please.Tr

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know what kinds of jobs are
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Mentoring Day will change
that.
"M' st of our individuals:.
have never worked, so they .
don't know what's available to
them;" Mosley- said, "This is "
our way of exposing them to,
community and exposing the
employers to the excellence of
these (potential) employees."
The program is set up so that
it really is no hardship for a
participating employer It costs .
nothing to participate and the
time devoted to either :200011A SPORTAGE 1997 MERCURY t. MARQUIS 2001PONTIAC GRAND AM 19909 CHEVY ASTRO VAN"
shadowing or touring Stk #13664 Stk #13503 Stk #13460 Stk #13435
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ho%% much time the employer
"It can be for a couple of
.hours," Mosley said, though ,'',":, ,
she. added it would bN
preferable if job shadows wei
allowed to spend four-hours a
the work site.



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The Bradford County ,,, *...,,-
Courthouse officials' branch
office at the Santa Fe
Community College Watson .
Center will open this Monday.
Oct. 16, at 9 a.m.
Operating hours will be 9
a.m-4 p.m. Monday through
Friday. ,
Services provided by the
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deputy with the Bradford
County ,Sheriff's Office will
also make use of the space.
provide as many services there
as we feasibly can (to the
citizens of the southern portion
of Bradford County),"
Property Appraiser Jimmyl z
Terry Vaughan,. the -
supervisor of elections, said .. *. I -
his office would not have as
much of a presence as the *r
other offices since people can
register to vote when they
obtain or renew their driver's Customer Satisfaction Has Been Our Top.Priority Since 1947"
licenses-which they will be
able to do at the Watson
Center. However, he did
anticipate having voter
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branch office is (352) 473-
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Carpentry class helps students find better future


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Most teenagers with a high'


school diploma cannot expect
to earn $14 an hour upon
graduation, but the students
working in the carpentry class


at the Bradford-Union Area
Career and Technical Center in
Starke can expect just that'.
Tyler Moore is in the class
for his. second year and is
working on completing his
final certification. There are
. four certifications available in
the program and if a student
earns all of them, instructor
Mike Beville said a graduate'
could expect to start out at
about $14 per hour.-
"If they do a good job in the
apprenticeship program and
gain about two to three years
of experience, they can expect
a salary between $18 and. $20
per hour," Beville said.
Two or three years of
experience-$18 to $20 per
hour ... sounds pretty good,
doesn't it? Moore said he
thinks so.
The apprenticeship program
is a work-study program. After
graduating from the technical
center program with the
certification, a student would
work in the industry-at about
$14 per hour- \ while
completing additional training


the higher the wages earned.
The carpentry program
started out as a new program at
the technical center last year.
Moore started in the class at
that time. If he completes the
course, he Will be its first
graduate.
High school students from
Bradford and Union counties
can take the course free of
charge as a part of their high
school curriculum. Adults canw
also take the course as a part of
the technical center program,
but the) ill have, to pay
$2,100 in tuition for the full
course. A lab fee of $25 per
semester is also charged.
The class trains students
-ho work toward various skifl
le els. Each skill level carries
its own certification. The first
level is carpenter helper. It
takes about 300 course hours
to reach that certification. The
second level is trim/finish
carpenter and industry)
carpenter. The third is
frame/rough carpentry. The
final level is full carpenter.
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.A recent workshop was held
by Patrick Maxwell, .Lake
Butler Middle School's 21st
.Century Learning Center
Coordinator, to educate parents
about MySpace.com and its
potential dangers.
7 MySpace is the latest online
hot spot for young people to
'socialize. Free to users, the
;Web site is paid for. by
advertisers who have also
caught on to the craze as a way
to reach a younger- audience,
Sthe most profitable market
today.
In 1998, MySpace.com was
launched as an online storage
:and file sharing site. The idea
did not catch on and it was
shut down in 2001.
Reopened in 2003, theta
currently used. MySpace.com
%as started by a then
University of California
student, Tom Anderson.
Currently the third most
popular website in the United
States, and the sixth most
popular in the nation, as of
Sept. 8, 2006, MySpace.com
reported 106 million user
,accounts, averaging' 230,000
new users per day.
SUp until about four months
ago, Patrick Maxwell, also
pastor at Victory Christian.
Center in Lake Butler, was not
familiar with the phenomenon
,taking place at MySpace.com.
Young people at his church,
!where he has been the pastor
for 8 1/2 years, began to
encouraging him to create a
MySpace account.
He found that setting up a
MySpace account is relatively
easy. In fact, millions of young
people that create profiles can
hook up. with their friends, get
to know new friends, and make
'contact with students in other
area schools.
All that one needs to
create a MySpace profile is a
valid e-mail address. The age
requirement for opening an
account is 14 years of age, but
many just simply bypass this
and falsify their ages.
Young people are readily


their likes and dislikes, and
sometimes e'en phone
numbers and home addresses.
Maxwell said, "It's a lot
easier for a shy person to make
contact with others using the
SInternet. This way, they do not
have to fear being rejected in
public.
Kids who may not speak to
each other in a classroom
setting where their peers are
watching, will communicate
freely using MySpace. The
downside to this is that face to
face communication is now
being replaced with online
socialization."
One of Maxwell's most
surprising finds was that young
people have no problem at all
sitting in front of a computer
and revealing personal
information about themselves
to millions of people who they
do not even know.
"These kids wouldn't dream
of letting their parents see
some of this stuff. This is not
only crazy, it's dangerous. I
don't think that they are aware
that what they' are putting on
their profiles can be seen by
Internet predators who will
likely try to make contact with
them," said Maxwell.
To demonstrate how easy it
is to find a user's profile,
Maxwell performed a
MySpace search on one of his
male students.
By simply typing in the
student's name, within 30
seconds, Maxwell was able to


him.
By pulling up, that one
person's profile, a user can
now connect with numerous
profiles of other students that
are added to his "friends list."
and each of them will link to
even more students, and so on.
Potential sexual predators
are able to do the very same
thing. ,.
Many teens will oftentimes
have provocative or otherwise.
inappropriate photos posted
with their profiles.
"I've seen underaged
students from area schools
displaying pictures of them
and their'friends drinking beer,.
smoking or engaging in drug
use. I have to deny adding that
person to my friends list
because of their -photos or
some otherwise appropriatee
content oh their profiles,"
Maxwell said. .' .a,
And just why do ,young
people feel the need to post
pictures like this to an Internet
audience?
Maxwell feels that it's just
another form of a popularity
contest. Everyone wants to feel
attractive.
Children as young as 8 years
of age have caught on to the
MySpace phenomenon and are
finding it as a means to
become popular.
According to an online
'search, Bradford High School
has 487 youths registered as
current students, Union County
High School has 288, and


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numerous groups within
MySpace that users can join.
Within each group, members
can begin and participate in
forum discussions.
Along with class alumni.
area teens have set up groups
for JROTC, Christian youths,
high school bands and sports
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Dalton Cassell (left) and Justin Long draw diagrams of their cookies before they
begin attempting to remove the raisins.

Bradford Middle science


students 'dig cookies


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
He outran, a giant boulder
that was barreling down on
him, ready to crush him if he
took a wrong step. He
overcame his -fear of -snakes
and outwitted Nazis.
It was hard %work, to say the
least, but Indiana Jones finally)
made it to the prize he was
seeking-a cookie with raisins
in it;
A cookie? OK,so maybe no
archaeologist, real or fictional,
would consider a cookie much


of .a treasure, but Bradford
Middle School. students
recently, participated in' a
classroom exercise in which
they acted as archaeologists
and cookies were "hat they
were probing "ith their
instruments.
Students in the science
classes of Roger Chilson and
John Tinsler %kere each given a
cookie with raisins in it. The
cookie represented a piece of.
earth. The raisins represented
artifacts buried in the earth.
Since students couldn't visit


a real archaeological
Tinsler said the goal of
exercise was to bring the"
to them.
Tinsler distribu
instruments to students
they were to use to "'exca'
the raisins from their coo
The cookies, however, c
not be picked up
manipulated in any way. A
all, a real archaeologist c
pick up a large piece of e
and look underneath it i
attempt to see what arti
are there.
"(The cookie) must
right side up, and you ha
dig in and find all of
artifacts." Tinsler told
students.
Students first had to me;
their cookies, then dra


See COOKIES, p.


Pumpkin Escape offers


candy, games and more


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
This yeai's Great Pumpkin
Escape promises to draw
thousands of children and
parents to dom ntown Starke on
Saturday, Oct. 28, from 5-9
p.m.
Pumpkin Escape is
sponsored by the",Downtown
Business Communit)
Association and will be spread
out in the do%% ntown area on
Call, Walnut and Thompson
I streets.
SThe free cand\ will be giken
out from 6-8 p.m., but the
carnival-style games,
entertainment, contests and fun
%%ill last until 9 p.m.
S Games are run by nonprofit
0 / groups. Some are free and
some are run as fund-raisers
for the various groups. On
those, the prices.to pla3 range
from small change to $1.
"It should be a lot of fun for
site, everyone," said organizer
the Norma Donn.
Site" Steel Country will be the
featured band. The band will
uted perform on a stage set up in
that the cith parking lot adjacent to
ate" city hill. Dancing contests will
kies. be run throughout the evening
esould on the stage.
or The city parking lot will also
ofter play host to a spooky haunted
can't house. Admission for the
earth haunted house is $3.
in an Proceeds from booth rental
facts go to fund next year's
Pumpkin Escape, but the
proceeds from the haunted
Sta) house are earmarked to fund a
tve business scholarship being set
his up in memory of one of the
members of the DBCA, Naomi
Sasure Herres, %w ho passed a ay.
1, a Herres owned the Merle
Norman store in downtown
Starke and was very active in
the various events sponsored in
9B downtown. The scholarship


will be awarded to a Bradford
High School student who is.
interested in pursuing a career
in business.
For the competitive among
us, there are a.few contests
available. A costume contest
will take place on'the stage at
cit3 hall at 6:30 p.m. Judging
will occur at 7 p.m. -
Of course, what's a
Halloween etent without a
jack-o-lantern? A pumpkin
carving contest will take place
at 5 p.m. on the corner of Call

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the indifference of others.
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and Thompson streets.
Pumpkin entries must be
turned in by 1 p.m.
A variety of foods %ill also
be for sale by different
vendors.
Photos with live tigers and,
live alligators will be a' ailable
during the event.
There are still a few spaces
le-ft for vendors, so if sour
group is interested in
participating, contact Donn at
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Edi torial/Opinion


bn Thursday, Oct. 12, 2006 Page 4B

ni

I The Senate got it right this time


Let's cut to the chase immediately.
When the Senate refused (by one vote)
to approve an amendment that would
outlaw the burning of an American
'flag, its head overruled its heart, and
it did the right thing by the slimmest
of margins,
Don't get me wrong. I abhor the
burning of an American flag as much
as anyone, and I hope no one ever
attempts to do so in my presence. But
there is an.overriding issue here that is
even more importanttoevery American
found in the First Amendment to the
Constitution, commonly referred to as
freedom of speech.
The U.S. Supreme Court has
interpreted the burning of an American
flag as being a freedom of speech issue,
but I see the act as being a defiant act
--of-hostility--fostered --by ignorance,
ingratitude and ignorance, because
America, in spite of its imperfections,
is still the greatest government ever
conceived by the mind of man.
The country operates within a
Constitution that contains a Bill of
Rights. By desecrating the American
flag, individuals exhibit their lack of
appreciation for the founding fathers
and every serviceman or woman who-
_served. in-the-miitary-irwgr Fopeace
since 1776.
The Senate, in its vote, sent two
messages to the world; as individuals
senators dislike flag burners, but,
sitting as protectors of the Constitution,
they believe freedom of speech is
the overriding issue and must be
protected, even at the cost of being
misunderstood by many voters.
The Bill of Rights contains 14'
individual rights, five of which are
contained in the Firstt Aipendment.
Among these rights are thgfreeddm.tp
worship, freedom of speech, freedom
of the press, the right to peaceful
assembly and the right to petition the
government.


] LETTERS TO'

BC children
and parents
say thanks to
Fair Assoc.
n The city of Starke Recreation
Board and staff would like to
express our most heartfelt
appreciation to Chub Johnson,
fair coordinator, and the Fair
Association for use of the
fairgrounds buildings and
midway area to house the 2006
_summerday-camp progra.m--
Without your concern, 270
Bradford County families
would have been left without
summer child care.
We would like to extend to
you, the many, many thanks
expressed by the parents of the
clnildren who attended the 2006
r I'


A story in the sports section of the
Gainesville Sun (Tuesday, July 4,
2006) related an incident of April 25,
1976, that warmed my heart. Rick
Monday, playing center field for the
Chicago Cubs, came to bat in the'
fourth inning. Ken Crosby. pitching
for the Dodgers, had thrown the first
pitch when Monday realized that
two men coming on the field were
planning on burning an American flag.
Announcer Vin Scully said, "Wait a
minute, there's an animal loose. TwO
of them! I'm not sure what he is doing
out, there. It looks like he's going to
burn a flag. And Rick Monday runs'
and takes.it away from him!"
The two men, father and son, stopped
in left center field, put the flag down,
and began putting lighter fluid on it.
Monday flew down the third base line
as fast as his feet would carry him.
snatched the flag from off the ground
and continued to outrun the two
would-be flag burners. Dodgers coach
Tommy Lasorda came off the bench
and began running toward the men,
and assisted security in apprehending
the two. The crowd of 25,167 rose to
its collective feet and began singing
"'God Bless America."
The same flag returned to Dodger
Stadium this past July 4 for the first-
time in 30 years and will be featured
in a pre-game ceremony.
Freedom of speech. It is too precious
to be denied, even in part. Monday is
a hero for saving the flag on that
day 30 years ago, but he errs in his
support for an amendment to suppress
flag burning.
The U.S. Supreme Court is wrong
in classifying the issue as freedom
'of speech FlRag bujiing should ,.be.
prohibited,as an act of hostility. with
appropriate punishment.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


THE EDITOR


summer day camp.
We feel .this was our most
organized summer to date, with -
a record number of participants
which was afforded by the
additional space at the
fairgrounds.
Thanks again from the
Recreation Department staff,
Recreation Board members and,
most of all, from the Bradford
County children who had a
blast this summer.
Pat Welch
Recreation Board Chairman
Alica McMillian
Director of Recreation


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Carl Carter
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-- Carl
Carter I, 81, of Keystone Heights
died Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, at
Shands Alachua General
Hospital.
Born in Providence, R.I., Mr.
Carter was raised in
Jacksonville, moving to
.Keystone Heights in 1979. He
was a merchant marine, retiring
in 1985 and a member of MEBA.
He was a member of Masonic
A&FM Park Place Lodge 1172
and Melrose Lodge. He also was a
member of the Order of Eastern
Star, Waldo Chapter 120. He.was
a member: of the Gethsemane
Lutheran Church in Gainesville.
Mr. Carter is survived by: his
wife, Pauline Carter of Keystone'
Heights; five daughters. Donna
Robinson of Rockdale. Texas,
Paula Camp of Houston, Texas,
Carla Orth of West Palm Beach,
Lisa Seymour .of .Keystone
Heights and, Teresa Reid of
Smith, Ala.; two sons, Bobby,.
Carter of Louisville. Tenn., and
Carl Carter II of Keystone
.Heights: 13 grandchildren and
eight great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Carter will be conducted at 10
a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14. 2006;
at Gethsemane Lutheran Church
in Gainesville %kith the Re%.
SRonald Will officiating and the
Rev. Michael Lozano assisting.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
HotH6e of Starke. -
Memorial contributions may
be made to HaHen Hospice. 4200
N WV. 90th Bl.td.. Gainesville.
Fla or American Lung
Association of Florida, 136 S.
Main St., Belle Glade, FL 33430.

Richard Dekle
FAYETTEVILLE, GA. Richard
Nelson Dekle. 71, of
,FaNette\ille. Ga., died Tuesda\.
Oct. 3, 2006. at his home
following an extended illness.
Born on Sept. 10, 1935. the
son o late N onand Rub--
DeklefvrTr-Dekle served in the
United States Air Force and \as
retired from the city of
Jacksonville where he was
computer administration e
super% isor. Following his
retirement he moved to Lake City.
in .1991, where he lived until
moving to Fayetteville in 2005.
He was a member of the Church
of Christ. -
M Mr. Dekle is survived by: his
'wife of '52 years, Evonda
Bielling Dekle of Fayetteville;
two daughters. Susan Dekle Skaf.
and Robin Dekle Clark, both o,
Faetteville; .' three.,' isiStmors,
Pairiciai Johns: of' ,Like,:Bbitler,
ir Donna -Coleman' and' "Ma4ry
Frances Lewis, both of
SMcAlpine; a brother. Billy Dekle
of Lake City; and fi\e


grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by a brother; Robert
Dekle, and a sister, Betty
Gainey.
Funeral services for Mr. Dekle
were Oct. 7, 2006, in Lake Butler
Church of Christ with Brother.
Daryl Townsend officiating.
Burial followed in Dekle
Cemetery in Lake Butler under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Roland Finley
LAWTEY Roland John
Finlev, 72, of Lawtey died
Thursday, Sept. 28, 2006, 'at(
Lake City Veterans Hospital
following a brief illness.
Born on June 1, 1934, in,
Jacksonville, Nir Finley. was a
Navy veteran of the Korean War
Mr. Firile) is survived by. his
wife of many years, Claudette
Finley of Lawtey; a son, Roland
J. Finley Jr. a daughter. Rebecca
'Lynn Gooding; and three
grandchildren
A memorial service for'Mr.
Finley was-Oct. 10, 2006, in
.Floria National Cemetery in
Bushnell Burial will follow
under the care of Veterans Funeral
Care of Clearwater.

Jane Hammock;
LAKE CITY .Jane Ann
Hammock, 50, of Lake. City died
Wednesday. Oct. 4, 2006, at her
residence. .
Born in Samannah. Ga., Mrs.
Hammock lived most of her life
in Live Oak She was a teacher's
:aide with the Union County
School Board. She was a member
of Pro idence Village Baptist
Church.-L. .:,
Mrs. Hammock is survived by:
a daughter. April R. Tomlinson
of Providence. a stepdaughter,
Deonna Willis of Lake City; a
son. Michael Me\er of' Lake
Cit.; three brothers,, David
Smith of Dallas, Keith Smith of
Lite Oak and James Smith of
Georgia. and three grandchildren
SShe %%as preceded in death b, her
parents, James 0. Smith and Jill
Smith. and a brother, Richard
Smith
Funeral services for Mirs


Hammock were Oct. 8, 2006, in
Providence. Village Baptist'
Church. with pastor Percy
Cunningham officiating. Burial
followed in Live Oak Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. .

James Kessler
STARKE James 'Thomas
Kessler, 57, of Starke died
Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006, at his
residence in Starke following an
extended illness.
Born in Jacksonville on Oct.
2, 1949, Mr. Kessler was of the
Protestant faith. He was a veteran
of the \ ietnam War. serving -in
the U.S. Army. He worked as a
bartender.
Mr. Kessler is sun ived by: his
.stepfather, Ray Ragsdale of
Starke:, a son, Dale E. Kessler of
Harvey, La.; three brothers.
Lawrence E. Kessler of Palm
Coast, Robert D. Kessler of
Alber ille. Ala., and Mic'hael
Ragsale of Gaminesville: and one
grandchild.
:' Graveside services for Mr.
Kessler were Oct. 6, 2006, in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery %%ith the
Re\ Larrm Finle. conducting the
sert ices. Interment followed
under the care of Jones Funeral
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OBITUARIES


Julia Lazzaro
MELROSE Julia A. Lazzaro,
90, of Melrose died Wednesday,
Oct. 4, 2006, at Bradford Terrace
in Starke following an extended
illness.
Born in Canastota,; N.Y., on
Oct. 6, 1915, Mrs. Lazzaro was a
homemaker and member of St.
William Catholic Church, .
Mrs. Lazzaro is survived by:
three children, Nicholas, James
and Gut, nine grandchildren.- 11
-great-grandchildren and five
great-great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Lazzaro were Oct. 11,--2006, in-
St. William Catholic Church
%with Father Mike Williams
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Shane Martin
MACCLENNY Michael
"Shane" Martin, 36, of
Macclenny died suddenly on
Tuesday, Oct. 3, .2006, in a
motorcycle accident.
Born Dec. 7, 1969, in
Okeechobee, Mr.. Martin was
raised in Starke and has lived in
Baker County for the last four
years..'He was a member of. the
Free and Accepted Masons in
Starke He worked for Union
Correctional Institution for 18s
years prior to becoming an EMT
Mr. Martin is sun ived by: his
wi fe. Tammy Walker Martin; his
mother, Glenda Martin-Moore;
his father, Donald W. Martin; his
children. Joshua Martin, Wesley
Craw ford, Alyssa Crawford.
Cassie Martin and Julie Ann
Martin; maternal grandmother.
Vera Suggs; maternal
grandfather, Ottis Adams; and
paternal grandfather, Donald J.
Martin. He was preceded in death
by a brother, Donald Martin.
Funeral ser ices for Mr.
Martin were Oct. 7, 2006, at
Christian Felloswship Temple
with pastors Timmy Thomas and
David Thomas-officiating with
thd Department of Corrections
Honor Guard serving -as
pallbearers. Arrangements were
under the care and direction of V.
Todd Ferreira Funeral Services of
Macclenn).

James Mayben
ORLANDO James Edward
"'Jimmy" Mayben, 64. of
Orlando died Saturday. Sept. 30,
2006., at his residence following
a sudden illness
', 'Born- in'3Gadston, Ala'.; Mr.
SMayberi lied in Brooker before
moving to Orlando. He was the
son of the late Melhes Mayben
and Wilma Mayben. He was an
electrician. .
Mr. NMayben is survived by,
several nieces and nephews. He
was preceded in death by his
brother, Richard Mayben.
Memorial services for Mr.
Mafben were Oct. 6, 2006, in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Jason Reed officiating.
Cremation and burial will follow
at a later date.


Ramona Price


Ramona Price
KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS. -
Ramona' Elaine Price, .38, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
Oct. 9, 2006. at Shands Starke.
Born in Palatka. Ms. Price
moved to Keystone Heights from
Palatka. She w.as a member of
Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Ms. Price is survived b.: her
mother, Betty Sue. Price' of
Palarka; si\ sisters, Linda Hardee
of Belden. Miss. Janet Duncan
of Jackonille. Karen Kise of
Palm Bay. Vanres-a Smith of
Orange Park. Teresa Smith of
Keystone Heights and MNlichele
Hill of Madisonmille, Ky.: a
brother, Michael Price of
,Palatka. She was preceded in
' death by her father, William
Thomas Price. a sister. Shirley
.,Wager. her paternal
grandparents, Thomas and Ruth
Price, and her maternal
grandparents. James Arthur and
- Florie Hall .
Graveside services for Ms.,
-Price will be Thuisday, Oct 12,
2006, at Palaika Memorial
Gardens %with Brother Tod Hill
officiating. Burial %will follow
under the care of Masters Funeral
Home of Palatka.
Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Cancer
Society, Putnam Unit. 60 Zeagler
Dr., Palatka, FL 32177


Joyce Phillips
JACKSONVILLE Joyce
Lucille Phillips. 60. :of,
Jacksonville died Saturday. Oct.
7. 2006, at Shands at University
of Florida.
Born in Grenada, Miss.. Mrs.
Phillips hlied in Lawtey' lef6re
moving to Jacksonlille 35 years.
ago She 'as a retired waitress.
Mrs Phillips is survived by:
her husband, Leslie Phillips of
Jacksonville; a son, Paul Terrell
of Jacksonville; a daughter,
Angelique "Angel". Karna .of
Atlanta; her mother, Lucille
Bloodworth of Jacksonville;: a
stepson, Byron Phillips of
Jacksonville; two sisters, Becky
Green of Palm Coast and Jan
Elliott of Greenm ille, S.C.; and
two grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Phillips were Oct. 10, 2006, in
the chapel of Archie Tanner


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SATSUMA Ruth E Scottn 76.
of Satsuma died Tuesday. Oct. 3,
2006, at her residence lollowking
an extended illness.
Born in Starke, Mrs Scott
lived in Satsuma for the past 20
years. She was a member of First
Baptist Church of Welaka and
%was a cosmetologist
' Mrs. Scott is survived' by: a
daughter. Sherl%,n Sanders of


Satsuma; a son, Wayne Scott;
four sisters, Dorothy Cruthirds of,
California, Eunice Gilliard of
Hawthorne, Reba ,Ketter. of
Satsuma' and J.vlrna Dockery of
Ocala; three grandchildren and
five great-grandchildren She. was
preceded in death by her husband,
Glenn Scott, and a brother. Joe
Griffis Jr.
Funeral sen ices for Mrs. Stott
were Oct. 6, 2006, at the
Johnson-O'erturf Funeral Home
in Palatka %ith pastor Tom
Miller officiating. Burial
followed in Oak Hill West
- Cemetery.


Carolton Smith
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Carolton Aaron Smith, 30, of
Keystone Heights died suddenly
on Wednesday. Oct. 4. 2006, at
his residence
Born Apiil 21. 1976,. in
Gainesville, Mr Smith mo'ed to
Keystone Heights in 2004 from
' Georgia He %worked for Countr.
Caterers.
Mr Smith is survived by, his
mother. CandN Sulli'an of
Keystone Heights. three sisters,
Kimberl% Le\asaque ol
Oklahoma. Carla Mauldin of
Orlando and Roseanna Valherde
pf Keystone Heights. and hi,
maternal grandmother. \ irginia
Donahue of Keystone Heights
Memorial services for Mr.
Smith were Oct S. 2006, at the
home of Virginia Donahue vith
family and friends conducting the
services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Ke\ stone
Heights.
Memorial contributions ma',
be made to Jones Funeral Home.
in memory of Aaron Smith. P.O
Bo\ 127. Keystone Heights. FL
32656.

Asher Sullivan
GAINESVILLE Asher Gerard
"Jerr\" Sullivan Jr., 46, of
Gainesville died Sunday. Oct. 8,,
2006
Born in Live Oak. Mr
Sullivan lied in Starke and Lake
City before mo'. ing to
Gainestille in 1995 He attended
Christ Central Ministries and
was an entrepreneur
Mr. Sullivan is survived by-
his wife. Carlene Sullivan -of
Gainesville: two sons, Asher G
Sullivan III and Dalyn "Colb\"
Sulli'an, both of Gainesille.
two daughters, Ciji Sullitan and
KaLeigh Sullivan, both of
Gainesville; his mother and'
stepfather, Loretta: and. Bill
I Marchant "of Lake Cits', three


brothers, Ricky Sullivan and
Todd Sullivan, both of.
Gainesville, and Bret Marchani
of Apachee Junction, Ariz.; arid:
three sisters. Tara. Marchant-
Krieghliuser of Lake City,' Misty.
Waters and MonIa Pooser, both of
Gaines',ille He %as preceded in,,
death by his father, Asher G.,
Sulli .an
' Funeral serve ices *for Mr.
Sullitan kill be conducted on
Thurdav. Oct 12, 2006. at 3
p.m.. at Christ Central
Ministries with Pastor Lonnie
Johns officiating and Chris
Doering and Dennis O'Neill
assisting Interment will follow
at Crawford Lake Cemetery in
Suwannee County.
SVisitation \ith the family ill
be held from 6-8 p.m,- on
Wednesday. Oct. 11, 2006, at
Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home. 3596 Hwy. 441, in Lake
City. A guest book is available
at \% %ww .gatewayforestlawn.com.

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CLAY HILL Paul Winston
Williams, 64. of Cla, Hill died
Saturdayv, Oct. 7, 2006. at St.
\incent's Medical Center in
Jacksonville.
Born in Dupline County. N.C.,
Mr. Williams liked in ClaN Hill
for 29 sears He owned and
operated Williams Roofing of
Jacksonuille and was a member
of First Baptist Church of
Highland. where tie was chairman
of the building committee. He
was also a member of the
"Mountain Gang."
Mr. Williams is survived bN:
his 'wife, Ruth Williams of Clay
Hill. a son. John Williams of
Middleburg; a daughter. Anne
Slater of Clay Hill; a brother,
Dick Williams of Kenansville.
N.C.. two sisters. Bobbie
Piglord of Kenans'ille and Kay
Cahoon of Surf Cit\. N.C.. and
II grandchildren He was
preceded in death by a daughter.
Paula Williams Miller.
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MYSPACE
Continued from p. 2B

Other groups Wvere found to:
use explicit: words to describe.
their schools or areas of town.
MySpace, has received a
large : volume :of media
attention lately, warning young
people, of the dangers of using
the site.
Maxwell believes that is like.'
somebody: putting up -a "No
Trespassing" sign to kids,.
peaking their curiosity to see
just what it is people' are
trying to keep them away
from.
He said he doesn't want to.
advise young people to stay
away from MySpace, but
,wants parents and children .
alike to realize that any
information contained in their
profiles is open to public view
across the World Wide Web. .
According to the safety
features posted by
MySpace.com, they claim to'
not allow any pornographic'
images or obscene language on


Patrick -' ,
Maxwell, .
.Coordinator of
Lake Butler -:
.Middle School's
21st.Century .
Learning
Center and -
pastor of .-
Victory
Christian ,
Center, ata a -
MySpace
workshop held
on Sept. 25


their site.
In reality it is ever) here.
Maxwell believes that with the
millions of MySpace users out
there, it is virtually impossible
to properly\ staff site
moderators to investigate and
re-investigate user profiles all
day long.
Instead, MySpace.com opts
to asking users to report abuse
of this nature to the Web site.


"Get serious," said Ma\wel..
"That's a nice try, but no one
is going to do that. Young
people need to be smart and:
think about what they are
doing when they are online.
M3 Space does have built-in
safety features, and the .kids
need to use them."
Advertising on MySpace is
yet another issue. The site is
littered with banner ads that


are nothing short of soft porn
advertisements for things like
dating services, enticing young
people to go to their WeO site
to find "the one."
Another problem .is' that
Upon opening a MySpace.
account, users agree that' their
email'address may be given to
their third party advertisers.
Unsolicited e-mails are sent
to users with the a subject 'line:
like "come view my webcam
and see me perform .'"
-"We are talking about
pressure sensitive 14 and' 15-.
year-olds receiving these
messages," said Maxwell.
"There are obvious concerns'
that many young people are`
becoming desensitized to some
of the things they view on the
net."
Various experts have.
reported that the average teen
is now spending less time on
their school work and instead
spending one to three hours a
day on MySpace.
Thirteen-vear-old Destiny
Young stated that the first
thing she thinks about when
she gets home from school
each day is logging on to
NMlSpace and checking for
new friend requests comments
or added pictures.
She thinks that it's fun
sending messages back and
forth with her friends, putting
different backgrounds on her
profile page, and reading other
people's profiles.
When asked whether or not
she ever thought about
millions of online viewers,
including sexual predators,
seeing her profile, she stated
that if anyone like that ever
tried to make contact with her,
she would block the user from
being able to reach her.
Interestingly, more and more
employers are doing Internet
searches or hiring firms to do
background checks on
potential as well as current
employees.
Students may not realize that
by listing their school, using
their full name or their e-mail
address, they are allowing
anyone to search and find their,
page,
What's more is that
anything placed on that page
. can come back to haunt users
some. day,' as Web pages can
be archived with some search
engines and archival programs.
Maxwell's advice? As, a
general rule, never post any


photos or words that you
wouldn't want your mom or
dad to. see. Any material
contained on the profiles of
those in your friend's list also
reflects on Nou.
Keep in mind that just 'as
many young people are posing
as. being 18-year-olds 'when
they are actually only 14,
sexual predators, too, make up
profiles posing as a young
person, add a fake picture,
pretend to like in the same area
and send out friend requests.
As these predators make


friends with other users, they
will gradually work towards a
meeting in person.
Even w-hen meeting in a
public place, such as a football
game, this is a very dangerous
situation to be in.
Maxwell feels that most kids
have what he likes to call:a fire.
drill mentality.
When there's a fire drill at
school, kids go through the
motions, thinking this will
never really happen, but when
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5 p.m. Bradley (center) is pictured with Tina Wilkerson, vice president of the
Lawtey Community School PTO, and Victory Wilkerson.


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CRIME


Union teen
charged with
attempted
murder-
A 19-year-old Lake Butler
man was charged with
-attempted murder last week
aftfe-ra stabbing.
Deputies were called to Lake
Butler Hospital at 6 a.m. on
Oct. 3 where the stabbing
victim was, being treated,
according to Deputy Mindy
Goodwin. The victim stated he
had been with a while male by
the name of Dustin and that he,
had been stabbed numerous'
times, Deputy Goodwin said.
The victim stated that he arid
Dustin had. ridden around,
snorting .-cocaine. He stated
they pulled into a wooded area
near the cemetery, where they
engaged in sexual activity. The
victim stated Dustin then
started stabbing him. The
victim ran from Dustin,,
enteredhis vehicle and went
home. His father then drove,
him to the hospital.
The investigation into the'
stabbing led deputies -to
question Dustin Mitchell
McSpadden. McSpadden
admitted to the stabbing and
was placed under arrest for
attempted murder- and'
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon, Deputy
Goodwin said. The weapon
was located. Deputy Goodwiln
said.


'Guest tensed and atterip
'pull away from the '
Once inside the patrol
Guest started, kicking
vehicle. It was necessary
the Taser to make
comply with orders, Pati
Brown said.
Guest was charged'
disorderly conduct, poss
of drug paraphernalia
resisting an officer w
violence. Bond was
$10.000..
He was-additionally c
as a fugitive from ustici
South Carolina, assault o
enforcement officer, tr
after warning and grand I
without bond.

Children he
their father
comm it
burglary
A 33-Near-old Ke
Heights man was arres
burglarizing a home on
Trail Road He use
children to gain entry in
residence.
Elmer Gene William
charged Oct. 6 with
burglary and grand th
Deputy A. Graft.
On Aug. 25, Williams
his three children, went
back of the Ridge Trai
residence. A son and d,
entered through a hole
all, .here an air-condi
unit had been. The c


unlocked the back 'c
Four charged Williams. Deputy Graff
Inside the home,
With attack removed items. inclt
stereo, a. camera,. ni
on mailbox posters/puzzles and'
On Oct. 3. Union deputies collectable, swords and
responded to a complaint of a before fleeing the area.
mailbox being knocked off the Graft said.
post on .Southwet 126th Some of the stolen
Court. "as recovered "here \
The %'ictim stated she heard a as staying, Deput'
banging sound and saw a car said. :
drive off from her mailbox. The children, who are
according to Deputy James 12-)ears old, admitted
Goodwin. She grabbed her cell involved in the t
phone and followed the car Deputy Graff said.
until she could report a tag Williams remains in
number. The car was occupied of the ClaN County J
by two males and two females, a 5300.006 bond.
Deputy Goodwin said. .
: During the investigation into. 1 lay
the mischief, deputies charged
-Surner Ra ne Hamilton. 1,-. S.- -eS ,
and Jonnifer NI. Blackweler, .
22. b6oh" f;fft"-'Wdrthinrg o-'f'V Olaeh'
Springs, and Bo James i law
Dampier. 18. and a 16-year- liquor law
-old, both from Lake Butler, Clay County-deputii
Deputy Goodw in said. They 11 stores were -n
admitted to bashing the compliance when
mailbox with a wrench while conducted alcohol ch
,drinking beer and smoking
marijuana.-
Hamilton was charged with
criminal mischief, disorderly
intoxication and possession of .
drug paraphernalia. She was
placed under arrest Oct. 4. She ,
was released from custody by "
Judge David Reiman. .'
Sworn complaints were filed
on Dampier. Blackwelder and .
the juvenile on the count of
criminal mischief. .


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officer. beverages in the county.
)l car, Forty-five stores were visited
g the during the check. Businesses in
t t use violation of beverage laws
Guest included two Kangaroo Food
rolman Marts in, Keystone Heights.
They failed to check for
with identification. Sunoco Food
sessionn Mart on S.R. 16 at Kingsley
and Lake checked for identification.
without but still sold alcohol, to: a
set at minor.
Arrested were Samantha Ann
charged Taylor, 20, of Keystone
e from Heights, Penny Marie Smith,
on law 40, of. Starke 'and Teshome
espass Hailermaniam. 35. .of Starke.
arcenv The were charged with selling
alcohol to a minor and were
released on a notice to appear.
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Recent
arrests
in Bradford.
stonee .
ed for, Clay or Union
Ridge The following individuals
d his were arrested recently by local
nto the Ila\ enforcement officers in
Bradford. Clay (KeN stone
is was Heights area or Union
armed Count: ,
eft by .
with Gilbert D. Daughtry, 42, of
Swith Live Oak wvas arrested Oct. 4
to the ,, by Starke Parrolman P.A.
I Road King for possession of
daughter cannabis. During a traffic stop.
in the the officer found two baggies
tioning of marijuana in DaughtrN's
children underwear. A $1.000 sure\
or for bond %Nas posted for his release
said. from custody.
they'
ling a Wesley G. Dunaway' II, 32.
onerous of Fort White w\as arrested Oct.
several 5 by Patrolman King for
knives possession of drug
Deputy paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop for faulty equipment, the
ropert\ officer found'a marijuana pipe
illiams with residue in Dunawa\'s
G Graff pocket. A $1.000 surety bond
S. was posted for his release.
I 1- and
o being Elizabeth McHale. 47, of
irglary. Gulf Port was arrested Oct. 6
'by Starke Patrolman Shawn
-ustody Brown for possession of drug
1 under paraphernalia. A chrome crack
pipe was found in the
floorboard of McHale's vehiclee
during a traffic stop. Bond on
the charge was set at $1,000.
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l-nathan. .Scott,. ,Armstrong.
of liawtey was arrested
Oct. 4 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for possession 'of
s found cannabis. Armstrong's vehicle
ot in was stopped on U.S. 301 for
they unlawful speed. The K-9
cks of alerted on the vehicle, where


Carolina man
arrested in
Starke
A 27-year-old South Carolina
man was arrested Oct. 6 for
creating a disturbance at
Murphy Qil.
Travis Lamont Guest of
Santee, S. C,, caused a crowd
to gather at the business on
Commercial Drive, according
to Patrolman Shawn Brown.
During Guest's arrest, the
officer found a brass crack pipe
in his possession. As he was
being placed in the patrol car,


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containing marijuana under the
front,seat, Sgt.. Crews said.
Joanna Mariea Clance, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 7 by Clay Deputy Lester.
Ricks for possession of
cannabis. possession of drug' '
paraphernalia and possession of
a controlled substance without
a valid prescription. During a
search of Clance's purse, the'
deputy found pills identified as
Loritab, marijuana and "a
marijuana pipe. Clance -was a
passenger in a vehicle that was
traffic stopped at 12:59 a.m.
for faulty equipment. Deputy
Ricks said.
Dariel T. Fowler, 18, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 6 by'
Starke Patrolman J.W. Hooper
for retail theft. Fowler is
charged with concealing new.
bab) clothing in a baby bag
while inside Family Dollar."
She was released from custody
after a $1,000 surety bond %was
posted.
Clinton Russell Helmer, 22,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 5 by Starke
Patrolman Michelle Davis for
loitering and prowling. Helmer
%\as charged with being in the
parking lot of a closed
business, Patrolman Davis -.
said. A $500 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Debra Segars. 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 2 by Patrolman Hooper
for possession of prescription
drugs .without a prescription.
She was released from custody
after a $15.000 surety bond
was posted.
Ronnie Baker, 25, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 4 by Starke
Sgt. Kevin Mueller for
possession of marijuana and
possession of a controlled
substance. Baker was released
on his own recognizance by
Judge Hobbs.
Devon Deisha Rogers, 26, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
for possession of cannabis.
During a traffic stop the officer
found approximately two
.. grams, of cannabis in the
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He was released after a
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Malcolm Jamal Newby, 21,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2
by Patrolman King for
possession ,if crack cocaine and
sale of crack cocaine within a
federal housing facility. Newbv
sold cocaine to a confidential
source on Aug. 1. Bond was
set at $50.000.
Michael, Wolf, 21, of
Melrose was arrested Oct:. 9 by
.Clay deputies for,. fraudulent
use of credit card, ,

Ethel n Itina McNeil, 23, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 5 b\
Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis on warrants for three
counts possession and sale of
controlled substance, crack
cocaine within a. federal
housing. facility. McNeil 'is
charged 'with selling crac
cocaine to undercover sources
on Aug. 1 and 15. Bond was
set at $150,000.
Charlie Lee Jonas, 19. ol
Starke was arrested Oct. 5 by


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Starke Patrolman Stephen
Murphy on .,warrants for
possession and sale of
controlled substance and
trespass after warning. Jonas
was charged as a co-defendant
w ith McNeil in the Aug. 15
sale. He had been ordered to
stay avway 'from the T.H.E.
Apartments, where the crack
was sold to the underco er
source, Parrolman Murphy
said. Jonas remains in custody
under a $51,000 bond .
Michael Cam, 47, of
Hampton was arrested Oct.k 3
by Deputy Moore for violation
of probation. A $15,000 surely
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Edward 0. Smith, 54, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 5 by
Patrolman King on a warrant
for possession and sale of a
l controlled substance within
1.000 feet of a school. Bond
Swas set at $50,000.
S John Kuykendall, 56. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
f Oct. 3 by Clay deputies on
warrants for worthless checks.


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CRIME


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:.

Carolyn Padgett, 51, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Patrolman Davis on warrants
for violation of probation drug,
paraphernalia and possession of
a controlled substance with no
bond.
Daniel Micah Morgan, 26, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Patrolman Murphy on warrants
for failure to appear domestic'
battery and driving while
license suspended :or revoked
(DWIS).
William Henry Ivey. 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 9 by Cla Deputy Trent
Cecrle for failure to appear
possession of undersize black
bass with no bond.'...
David Bishop, 45, of
Interlachen was arrested Oct. 5
by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for failure to appear
with bond set at $3.500.
Anthony Parker, 45, of
Myrtle Beach, S.C., was
arrested Oct. .5 by Bradford
Deputy C.M. Williams as a
fugitive from justice from
Virginia. Parker was picked up
at Florida State Prison.
James Frederick Harper, 70,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 7
by Starke Patrolman David A.
Bukowski for opposing a
police officer. Harper appeared
to be intoxicated or disoriented,
Patrolman Buko%\ski said.


While patting him down for a
weapon, Harper tried to pull-
away from the officer. He then
acted as if he was going to
strike the officer, .Patrolman
Bukowski said. Harper ?was
taken into custody with bond
set at $1,000.
David McBride, 22, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 2 by Starke
Patrolman Jason Crosby for-
retail theft. He was.released on,
his own recognizance by Judge-
Johnny Hobbs.
Dale Robertson, 41, of
Sarasota was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke :. Patrolman Mark
Lowery for loitering and
prowling. He. was released on'
his o%\ n recognizance by Judge
Hobbs.
Tina Louise Wells, 36, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Hampton Sgt. A.J. Gibson for
permitting unauthorized person
to drive A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
.custody. Wells was arrested
again on Oct. 5 b. probation
officers for violation of ;
probation battery on. a law
enforcement officer. She was
released Oct. 6 after a $5.000
surety bond was posted.
Brian Patrick O'Reilly. 20,
of Waldo was arrested Oct. 6 .
by Alachua deputies on a
Bradford warrant for grand theft
and credit card theft. Bond was
set at $35.000.
John William Albertson, 42,
of North Fort Myers was
arrested Oct. 6 by Lee County
deputies on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear possession
of marijuana. Bond was set at
$ 1.000.
Clarence Rassoola Green. 19,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 3
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for violation of


probation forgery, uttering a
forged instrument with no
bond.
Christina Jones, 25, of
Melrose. was arrested Oct. 1 in
Polk County on a warrant
from Bradford for battery on a
person 65 years or older. Bond
was set at $15,000.
David Lambert, 39, of St..
Petersburg was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford Deputy Sherri
Mann for violation of
probation grand theft auto with
no bond.
Johnny Everert George, 42,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 3 by Union Deputy
.Mindy Goodw.in for failure to.
appear trespass in an occupied
structure and resisting arrest
without violence. Bond was set
at $50,000.
Andrew Cottom, 23, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
lewd battery.
Tina Tannehill, 34. of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel for violation of drug
offender probation and forgery
with no bond.
Ted Tbanning. 40, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 6 by Deputy
Moore for violation of
probation domestic battery. A
$5,000 surety bond w.as posted
for his release.

Richard Bedard. 52, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 5 by
Deputy Mann on a warrant for
escape.
Sarah Johnson. 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 3 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation false police report.


Patricia A. Clark, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
29 by Union Captain' Garry
Seay on warrants for
aggravated assault and criminal
mischief. Bond was set at
$10,000. *
Garner Daniels,, 48, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 2
by" Union Deputy James.
Goodwin. for violation: of
probation. ,
Joseph. Mandel Hilliard,. 36,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2
by probation officers for
violation of probation. His.
arrest Oct. I for domestic
battery violated his probation.
Ennis Lariscey. 30, 'of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 2'
by Deputy Mann on a warrant
for uttering a forged instrument
and grand theft. Lariscey was:_
released after a $20,000 surety
bond was posted.
Ricky Gainey, 44, of Starke
was. arrested Oct. .2 for,
violation of probation
worthless check.

Traffic .'
Robert Lee Chastain. 34, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 7
by Sgt Gibson for driving
under the influence tDUI).
Chastain's blood-alcohol le\el
was .14 percent when his 1993
Cheirolet was stopped at 4:50
a.m. on C.R. 18, Sgt. Gibson
said. A $1,000 suretr bond
was.posted for his release from
custody.
Johnnie Benjamin Holton Ill.
of Callahan was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford Deputy Robbie
Watkins for DUI and
possession of cannabis
Responding to a report of a
suspicious vehiclee on S.R.
100 at 2 a.m., the deputies
found Holton passed out
behind the \\heel of his 1995


Dodge truck. Further
investigation revealed Holton
was under the influence of
alcohol, Deputy Watkins said.
During a search at the time of
arrest, the deputy found
marijuana in Holton's pocket.
He. refused .a breath 'test.
Holton was released after a
$1,000 surety bond was
posted.
Allen William Jones, 25, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 7
'by Bradford .Sgt. George
Konkel for DUI. Jones' blood-
alcohol level was ..15. percent
when'his 2003 Dodge pickup
was stopped at 2:12 a.m'. for'
weaVifig on S'R. 16, Sgt.
Konkel said. He was released
after a $1,000 surety bond was
.posted.
Christy Renee Jones, 28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 7 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for DUI. Jones' blood-alcohol
level was. 18 percent when her
1994 Ford pickup was stopped
at 2:26 a.m. on S.R. 16,
Deputy Moore said. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.

Roger Kyle Barnet. 21, of
Raiford was arrested Oct. 8 by
Deputy Moore for DUI.
Bamett's blood-alcohol level
was .18 percent when his
1993 Chevrolet was stopped
on S.R. 16 at 3:13 a.m. He
was released from custody after
a $2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Joseph Hayward Rowe Jr.,
25, of Gainesville was arrested
Oct. 7 by Sgt. Gibson for
DUI. The.charge is pending lab
results, Sgt. Gibson said.
Rowe's 1998 Ford pickup was
stopped on C.R. 18 at 11:20
p.m. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.


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Gary Parrish, 42, of Melrose-'
was arrested Oct. 6 by Clay:'
deputies for DWLS. Parrisih
was in\olhed in an accident
with injuries near the Lil .
Champ Gizmo at 7:30 p.m. 'K

Larry Watson Tew, 53, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 5 by
Starke Sgt. M.D. Watson for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release.
Kevin John Ogburn, 31, of-.
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 5"-K
by Union Deputy Brett
Handle for DWLS.
Harvey Sluder, 47, of_-
Hilliard was arrested Oct. 4 by-
Sgt. Gibson for DWLS. He
was released after a $15,000
surety bond was posted.
Aquarious Jefferson, 36, ofL
Middleburg was arrested Oct. 82
by Patrolman- Lowery for
DWLS. Jefferson was releasecd-
after a $500 surety bond was
posted. .


Albert Jackson, 35, of Lake-
Butler was arrested Oct. 9 by
Deputy Moore for DWLS-:
habitual.
Bryan Gentry, 48, of Lake
Butler "as arrested Oct. 8 by.,-
Florida Highway Patrol -.
troopers in Clay County fofW
DWLS.
Walter. Jewell, 22,; of
lMiddleburg was arrested Oct. 9,
by Patrolman Hooper for
DWLS from Clay.

Teddy Blevins. 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested-
Oct. 7 by Deputy Moore for
failure to appear no valid
driver's license and failure to
appear violation of probation
DWLS from Putnam County.
Bond was set at $5.000.


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CLASS
Continued from
at any of those levels
job, but. the salary w


be' less than $14 per hour.
However, a student could work
at one of the lesser levels while
p. 2B attending class and working
toward one of the higher
and get a levels.
vill likely The total course takes 1,200


hours, or about two, years to
complete.
Calvin Lane is an adult
student in the class, He is, in
his. first year of the class, He
works at a local restaurant at
night and attends the class in


the daytime. "He's looking to
move up the pay scale and
improve his earnings," said
Beville.
Students in the class, both
adults and teenagers, learn
how to operate a %ariet) of
building equipment and tools,
how to plan a project and
figure out how much material
will be needed, safety
measures and much more.
Reading and using
blueprints, measuring
accurately and learning how to
determine the proper tools and
materials for each job are also
taught in the class.
In order to be eligible to
enter the course, students must
pass the Test of Adult Basic
Education (TABE) and score
, out at the ninth-grade level on
reading, language and math.
The class is very hands-on.
Students are currently working
on a project to build
information kiosks for
Pumpkin Hill State Park. The
kiosks have to be %weather-
resistant and sturdy. They also
have to provide the ability for
park rangers to change the
information offered from time
to time.
The class has planned a
design and is now building the
kiosks. Individual students also
have additional projects theN
are working on. One is
building bat habitats.
Last Near, the class built a
mini one-room house %with a
shingle roof so that theN could
practice the various carpentry
skills needed for building
larger projects. Beville said
another project is being
planned for this year, but said


he has not settled on the exact
plans to use.
The class is also building
sturdy picnic tables to sell as a
fund-raiser for $200 each. The


money raised w ill be used for
special class projects. Call
(904) 966-676-1 for more-
information about the tables or
the class.


Chad Burchfield (left) holds a spacer that will help
maintain the proper distances as Tyler Moore uses a
hydraulic nail gun.


Chris Knowles (left) holds a piece of lumber in place
while Tyler Moore (right) drills a hole to hold a bolt.


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Continued from p. 3B
dagram of their cookies. They.
ten measured the distance
frbm the edge of their cookies
t4 two raisins.
I'-What you're doing is
ypu're documenting where
veur artifacts were found,"'
Tlnsler said.
'Then it was time to dig, but
stlents were warned to be as
careful as possible.


"Try not to break your
cookie," Tinsler said. "Once
you've destroyed your
archaeological site in the real
%world, it's gone."
The' students seemed to
enjoy the exercise, but they
were disappointed that they
could not eat the cookies when
they were done. As Tinsler
pointed out, he touched the
cookies and the instruments
the students were using were
not sterile.
Oh well. That's the way the
cookie crumbles.


Jon Leonard makes
measurements before
putting on his safety .
glasses in' order to use .
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Churches play an important role in history


Ne' Rittr Baptisl is oldest church in
Bradford Countyv
There are about 100 churches in
Bradford County today, but the New
River Baptist Church is the oldest, dating
back to the days of the Seminole Indian
Wars..Bradford County did not exist
when the New River church was
founded on July 17, 1833. A group of 14
pioneer settlers got together on that day
and unanimously agreed to form
themselves "into a constituted body near
New River, independent of any church
or churches, presbytery, or synod." The
group petitioned Pigeon Creek Church,
which had been established in 1821 in
Nassau County, for "letters of
dismission" so the New River group
could form a new church congregatioti.
Members of this original founding group
included Isaac Carter, Thomas Prevatt,
Levy Pullum, Sarah Prevatt, Kisiah
Jones, Margret Ann Carter, Mary Tucker'
and Elizabeth Prevatt. John Tucker,
Fleming Bates and Paul B. Colson were
listed as 'members of the first
"presbytery." Tucker was also the first
pastor. w
Indians still held sway over the entire
region when the New River church was
founded. Minutes from a church meeting
held in 1835 said, "The church and
congregation were thrown into confusion
at Indian alarm and meeting broke up."
The rites of communion and "foot
washing" were postponed until February
1836. At the time, when an "Indian
alarm"' was raised by ringing bells or
firing warning shots at the sight of a
raiding party in the area, sellers often
packed up their. entire families and
camped in the vicinity of one-of the
many forts which dolted the, Florida
-interior. They would d remain camped
near the fort for se eriil days,' or even
longer, until it was deemed safe to return
to their homes. Churches in those early
days usually did not meet e\ ery Sunday.
One preacher usually had a "circuit'"
consisting of several churches where he
-held services on a roialional basis.
With no lawk enforcement in'the area.
it was the church congregation that
exercised punishment for w wrongdoing.
The church was judge and jury and the
minutes throughout this time rct'lect ihe
judgments 'that xere handed down. In
New River's minutes from the 1830s and
1840s can be found notations like,
"Sister Snowden up for dishonesty, but
exonerated... Buril Jones up for
falsehood and excluded... Elizabeth
Townsend excluded for dancing..."
:Being "excluded" was the same as being
shunned. No one would have anything to
do with the miscreant until' such time as
the congregation deemed the person had
been sufficiently humbled. One enlrv in"
the minutes read "a certain William
Jeffries, who called himself a Baptist
preacher, was proved by Brother
McDonald to have acted dishonestly in a
horse-swapping deal." Jeffries defended
himself in the hearing by invoking
"caveat emptor" (let the buyer beware)
and "claiming it was not dishonest to
swap a blind horse to a man if said man
had examined the horse and had not
found him to be blind."
The minutes of the New River Baptist
Church say that Pastor Tucker was
"missionary" for the Home Board of


New York for all of Florida and received
a salary of'$200 per year. He %was
described as being "rough when
occasion demanded it" and was know n
in the area as "the sledgehammer
preacher." On Irips around his circuit, he
sometimes had to travel at nighl. He was
olien shot al b\ Indians and it was said
he carried the marks of their bullets in
his body to the grave. He was also said
io ha\e "funeralized" more people killed
bN Indians than any other preacher in
Florida.
Starke First United Melhodist
The'First Meihodi.,t Church founded
in Starke in 1863 is believed to he the
oldesi church in Ihe cil\. It began when a
group ot people met in a one-room log
building on Church Sircel near the
present location of the St. Mark's
Episcopal Church. The site for the
church was donated to the congregation
by Capt. John C. Richard, a prominent
local merchant and a former officer in
the Civil War. The building was the only
church building in the entire town at the
time and was also used bvy other
congregations for their meetings. In
1886 the Methodists moed to another
location on Palmello Street in the north
section of,Slarkej.,Simon J. cmple, an
early hfumber man. donaie3 the properly)
and the I.umber iur'lhi, building. lt was
later moved to a new location at the
corner of Walnut and Jefferson streets.
The present church, built in 1950-51 still
stands in this location. A new fellowship
hall was constructed in 1978 after the
church purchased a lot north of its 1950
site. This fellowship hall continues to be
a meeting place for local civic
organizations. A number of renovation
projects have been carried out at the
,church since it was first buill, including
refurbishing the sanctuary and Ihe cupola


under the spire, adding new decorative.
solid wood doors and laying out a
memory garden in one courtyard area.
Starke First Baplist Church
The second oldest church in the cil\ is
the Starke First Baptist. It was founded
when a group of citizens mel 10 establish
--a fellowship with one accord in one
place." The result was a Baptist group
with 14 members: George W. Adams,
Sarah L. Adams, Re%. S.S. Brom n.
Rachel Brow. n. Robert Keith, Mrs. E.A.
Keith, J.F. Tallialerro. Anna M.
Talliaferro, Robert Talliaferro. W.R."
Glisson, RacheI GlI,,-,n. Mrs. S.G..
Sanders, Joseph Thomas and Mary,
Thomas. The first ser' ices -,wer held in a
public school building locacied where hlic.
Starke \\Women's Club now islands. lJudge
. Keith, a rciired Baplisi minmNer liing in
Starke. served as supplN patlor. On Jan.
6, 1870, a deed tor Ihe initial plo tit land
at the churches current sie was recorded
from James D. Jones.and his wife, All),
to the deacons of the "First Baptist." A
building fund was started and in 1884
plans for a building 'were drawn by
George Thomas, a northern architect
who had come to Starke! to visit his
father, one ot the deacons of Ihe church..
Thomas also super\ isd con.slruelion of
Ihe w while Irame building w hlich t:r\ ed as"
'the church's first pernianinl home. II
was dedicated in July of 1884. .
The church grew steadily and in 1944
a building dri\c w.as sliared for a larger
building to accommodate the church's
growing membership. The first service
was held in this new church auditorium
on Feb. 12, 1950. Several expansion and
renovation projects have been carried out
over the ensuing years, so that the church
is now exclusively red brick with a large
education building and office space in
'addition to the sanctuary. The largest


a gin, but it was moved to the Church"
Street site and became the meeting hall
for the congregation. Richard also late
donated some additional property.which
A : adjoined the church propcrly donated by.

When the Big Freeze killed the orange
groves, the entire area had to work
Si through an economic disaster. The town
,Urlq of Fairbanks'(now a residential area
O.l i becctween Wald )and Gainesville) ne rly
at d became a ghost, town and could nc
r ou longer support its Epi opal Church.
When the church building fell inte
disuse, the wealthy founder (itIhe toWn
(whose family name was Fairbanks, oi,
Scoursec) ga\e the Fairbanks building tc
the Starke congregation. William Kalch,
a carpenter from- Hampton, took the
church apart piece by piece and rebuilt it
in Starke for a total fee of $480. Thai
building is still in use today, although
several additions have been madeovei
the years. P
Sltarke Presbyterian Church
The First Presbyterian, Church. ol
Starke celebrated its 1001)th anni\ersar
--ain October of i 1984. It owmes itl
beginnings to a small group of raell-to-
do northern families att came here in
[ he 1880s seeking a armtr climate anc.
an opportunity to invest in orange grove
-- i-- and other activities. They met on Dec.
F-2 i 15, 1884, to organize a Presbyterian
group since there,was none in Starke at
..the.time, .
Three members of the group, head.
project was the construction of a new by. J.M. Truby. donated property neai
and larger sanciluari ta which was ju.t their hdmes on North Cherry Street as a
compleicd recently. site for the nea church..Work began
Starke Firsti Chrisian Church immediately y and before the end of thc
The third congregation to be organized, year, the "carpenter gothic styled
in Starke %as that of the Firs, Christian church S\as completed using the fines
Church. I \as chatered in 18. but had long-leaf ellovw pine lumber. ThE
held ser ices, prior t ihut time. Professor interior" woodUork was all done by hand.
G.P. young a teacher, and his brother In July of 1978 the historic structure
organized a 'School in Starke called was mounted on a "cradle" and move
Orange College. Th.ey alko brought a to its present location on East Call Streel
group together to found the First so that an expansion project could be
Christian Church. The group met in the completed. An additIon provided needed
building used as the school. When the room for a groI rsing congregai mn.
building late hburnd. he congregation Hope Baptist Church
built a new one on West Call Street in Hope Baptist Church in the
1887. Sevcr:,l Ncars lIl'r lhi group built community of Theressa \%as organized
a- building tin the si ne of the present tin Jan. 15. 1876. in a pre-sb!iery called
church on the cirn:r of Call and together bi Elder L.W. Kicklighler anc
Christian strccts. A new sanctuary was Silas Weeks. The organizational meeting
also completed recently by this %%as held in the log house belonging tc
congregation. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Philips. The
'St. Mark's Episcopal Churchi congregation continued to meet there
While the first mention it a Starke until a new church was built.about 1(
Episcopal Church was found in the years later on property donated by tht
Diocesan Journal in 1890, it-is likely that same family. Kicklighter came to ih "
a group of people had been meeting in Kingsley Lake area from Georgia ir
Starke as an Episcopalian congregation 1893. He joined the Baptist faith there ir
foir several years by that time. Stake had 1870 and was ordained 'iin 1871. H
been a ..priachine siz'iiin." served hb sered 27 different churches in Bradfore
%. ip i I i n gpyje yFi ve -ra ,to-,iand he dining counties, d.ripg-.his
;Imili,1, had bitgjn 'meeting in-pri aile It.nure. He as also.a member,Q- the-
-homes~'In'the'--l6i) aind la'er-hqb.n ImII Beadl'rd Cobniv School BoardT''i"a
menl in the tup.slairs rottn ,it a building number tiol years and s*ried in thb statt
near the railroad tracks. In May II- legislature as a member 'from Clay.
the congregation, had no name and County.
consisted of 10 families totaling about 40 In the early days, services were held
people. By May 1981 the congregation one weekend each month, beginning.or
had officially been named St. Mark's. In Saturday and lasting through Sunday. Nq
1891, the Diocesc acquired the church's evening services were held on Sunday,
present site on Church Street :from because the pastor was a circuitj
George E. Pace, a local store owner. preacher" who served several towns anq
Pace and his partner, Capt. John C. would have to leave Hope Baptist t'
Richard donated a frame building to the return home by horse and buggy.
congregation. It had served as a cotton


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qooa. now reduced to
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Lumina Van, cold ac,
runs, reduced to $595-
trans problems. Call 904-
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CASH VEHICLES -'92-
BONNEVILLE, $1,750.
'88 Cadillac, $1,500. '94
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Chevy S-10, $4,600.. All
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cell 352-262-0762..
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C50, like new. Asking
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health reasons.
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RV's and
Campers
30' REVCON MOTOR
HOME in Starke, $4,000
or trade for 20' class C
motor home. Call 352-
327-2753.
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2.5 ACRES CLEARED with
new driveway on N.W.
180th Street in Starke.
$57,900. Call 904-964-
6708 leave message.
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Commercial
Property
Rent, Lease,
Sale
1/3 ACRE LOT mostly
level, on a paved road, 5
minutes from downtown
Keystone Heights. Ask-
ing $22,000; owner fi-
nancing possible with
$5,000 down, wac. Call
904-553-3301.
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
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5 acres, off of South 301.
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cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
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rent. Conference room,;
kitchen, utilities and more:
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on 2 acres with well, sep-
..tic & power pole in-
bluded, $734 per month.
Call 1-888-546-4707 or
1-904-424-7345. -
NEWJACOBSEN 3AND 4
'BR HOMES on our land,
or yours with little or no
money down, easy quali-
-tying loans. Call 1-888-
546-4707 or 904,-424-
7345.
1983 MH1BR/1BA14X52
.on lot in Highridge Es-
tates, Keystone Heights.
S$28,000, call 904-966-
S0765.
SPECIAL FINANCE PRO.
GRAM Guaranteed ap-
Sprovals: Call Bruce at
904-259-0945.
COUNTRY LOTS, 1-3
acres Mobile homes &
complete package. We
finance. Call Bruce 904.
259-0945
LAND HOME PACKAGE -
SNew 1560 sq h, 4/2 on
, 1/2 acre in Baker County,
$110,000. Call 904.259-
' 8 0 2 8 : .'
BAKER COUNTY 1 1/2
Solos. North Macclenny on
; St. Marys River Well.
Sseptic, power pole
$60,000 Call 904-259.
8028
50
For Rent


6522 TREIST AVE, KEY-
STONE, on large lot,
guaranteed financing.
3BR/2BA, garage, 1500
sqft.home, like new. Rent
or rent to own, 5K mini-
mum down.' $189K,
$1,100 per month. Call
904-276-6446.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central' location. 10%
cOscouni r on lIrsi m..nins
reni lor serinor cilzeris
Rooms war pnrivale oam.
$110 -$120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-
dry. facilities available.
Close to, churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel across
Irom ihe Slarke Post Of-'
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2OR 3 bedroom
MH. clean close lo
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. 2BR HC &
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-'
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16 1001 Souitern
Villas Drive. Stai e. FI or
call 904-9-64 7295. TDD,

I BUY

HOUSES

CASH!
Stop Foreclosure
Double Payments
No'
Commission/Fees
352-692-4963


SABBOT
HOME IMPROVEMENT CO.
j ~ Handy Man ~
Carpentry Painting
i Plumbing Drywall
and more!

Call David
352-473-9075 Cell 904-769-2627









Bill ,t I,, caii aiid .lcl. Pic ,
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
308S. SE 113"1 Way Starke, FL 32091
"' i wenLi & lncijred


BANANA BAY
LANDSCAPE INC.
Specializing.in
PALMS and TROPICAL
Residential ~ Commercial


landscape with Sophistication & Attitude
ady owned & operated by Charlie Revay


352-214-1320


352-475-2885


T.H.E. Apartments
922 E. Brownlee St.* Starke, Florida
Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available


Rent is based on Income
,Water, Sewer
On-Site Lhundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to'4:30 |1
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTY Access 1-800-545 1833. Ext 381


WANTED'


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
SHomes

Call Glen Lourcey
S352-485-1818


CALL
TODAY!


904-964-4000
866-964-4207

1107 S. Walnut St
Starke, Florida
(Locatedi Behind riadord "
County Eyes Cenreri


II MORTGAGE
BANKERS
ASSOCIATION
Inms.. ni om I


Jenny W. Mann
ranch Managier'
Mortg.i>r., Constltanit


TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity. 4-
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. No
pets. First month free.
Call' 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865, for more
information.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month, good,
condition, no pets, first &
last plus deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-4111, leave
message.
WORT-H I N G TON
SPRINGS- DOUBLE-
WIDE MH 311, heating
and air, stove and refrig-
erator fur risned Call
386-496-3253
2BR SW in Union County.
$600 per month plus a
$600 security deposit .
Call 904-966-0765
3BR'2BA ON A PRIVATE
lot paved road, CH,,A,'
$650 per month., irsi, last
and $350 security de-
posil References re-
quired and $25 applica-
lion fee Pels okay Call
904.553-3301.
BEAUTIFUL 2BR tBAApt
1000 sq It. nardwood
Iloors, screened porch.
refrigerator, electric
range, washer/dryer

FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13f Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South Only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
*Ideal Location*
Call (904) 964.3827

ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $169 & up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


hookups. In Starke, close.
to schools. $550 per
month, first, last, security
deposit, and references
required. No pets. Call
904-966-1334.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE 2/1 washer/
dryer, furnished or unfur-
nished, sandy beach.
Lawn service included.
$950/mth, call 352-468-
2386.'
ROOMMATE WANTED TO
SHARE HOUSE Starke
area 2 looms available,
$400/mln negolia. 'ie and
partial utilities. First
month's rent plus de-
posit Small:pet .wel-
come. Call 904 769-
3529. .
MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT 2/1, RAIFORD.
$400 mih Cail386-.431-
1197
TRAILER RENTAL 2/2.
SINGLEWIDE SE Wil-
son Rd Very clean
$600/min, $600/security
- deposit References re-
qurea,. no pets Call
904-964-8425, leave
message


We ~mCart it


Management, Inc. Call
352-473-1025.
MELROSE 3/2 GARAGE,
FIREPLACE, tile, appli-
ances, washer/dryer,
large fenced back yard.
,Water and lawn service.
provided, $950/mth. Call
352-475-9609.
3/2 DWMH RECENTLY
REMODELED. Central
heat air. washer, dryer
on private lot and pavea
road. $650/mth, $650/
security. Call 904-553-
3301.
51
Lost/Found
LOST DOG .- REWARD.
Female black Chow mix
win wnile chestI, short
na.r Answers to Mindy.
Lost 10/6 around Spnng
Lake Animal Hospital.
Purple collar with rabies
tags. Skilttish around
people, but oinerwise
very inendly. Family pet.
very missed Call 352-
478-2100
52
Animals & Pets


OPEN 24/7
.i ,i Bltdv Bloh l.er


19563NWe.SR 16
Starke. FL


We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
^ 1 4 our plant to your redi-forms.
S$149 per yd + tax... deliveredto vou!
I :I -N.iid = 0 sq. It. .11 4" deep


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


ROOF
RE-ROOFS
METAL SINGLES
FLAT ROOF
LOW SLOPED
GRAVEL
*FHI BEST PO'SIIll I
PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


FREE REPAIRS
EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
& MAINTENANCE
INSURED STORM DAMAGE
ROOF \f ,HE ir- PrO'(.SIILL PRICE"
Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Fax: 386-497-1452


"FOR EXPERT WATER WELL SERVICE"


3601 S.E. 35th Avenue
Gainesville FL 32641
(352) 378-1910 ',

,,.,I.I I',I ( ,, II | I.* J i ,,,,, S ..1r i l ;I


IUGrr.. -Lowest*Bids! I


I-I.


2/1 HOME, EXTRA
CLEAN, CH/A. $500/
mth, in Theressa. Call
352-473-3073 or 352-
745-4039.
SMALL BUT NICE trailer in
country, very clean, 2BR/
1BA, A/C, mini blinds,'
wood deck. SE 49th
Ave, Starke. $375/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
468-1093 or cell 9Q4-
571-6561.
MOBILE HOME 2/2 OFF
S301,.HAMPTON AREA
$500/mth, first ano last
Call 352-473-8981.:
BRAND. NEW HOME
NEAR HOSPITAL 109
Parker SI. Starte. FL 3.'
2/2. 1500 sq II $950/
min Call904.317-.4511.
NEATLY NESTLED LOCA-
TION: Weil-kept
Sdoublewide mobile
nome 3BR. galley
KiIchen,. replace Must
, see! Keystone Heighis
No pels $800.,mth, first
monlh rent, lasi monin
rent, $500/securnty de.
posit. 1 year lease, credit
report and reference re-
quired Carroll Rentals &


Smith & Smith
Realty


HOMETOWN

"Where You Come First"


Homes
3/2 Home on 1 acre lot. 1 block
from Country Club. $214,000

3/2 1200 SF frame home on SR16,
just outside city limits. $75,000

3/2 home built in 1999. Like new
condition on over an acre. Bayless
Hwy. $219,000,

3/2 home on 5 acres. Lots of extras.
$345,000

Land
1 Acre Dead end street. Zoned for
mobile homes $29,000

Union County 6 Acres with 24 x 60.
barr,14 horse stalls. Can be divided.
$149,000

5 Acres near Providence. Union
county. Fenced for horses. $95,000

25 Acres. 5 Minutes'from town.
$250,000
ww.Hmlonirs el Io


90-94-33 /Fa : 0496 -77


Ce


E Refinance &
Purchases
ge -FHA- VA
~ Conventional
New Construction
Home Equity Loans
~ No Income Verification
Loans

www.ivanhocmortgagestarke.com


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Suzanne Gordon
MoI lgage Cornslthant


RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE
(904) 964-9222 BUSINESS


(904)
(904)


Commercial
Lot
1/2 ac.I
Adjacent to
Courthouse
Georgia St.

-AMPTON
$67fT0J0


Nesiaential
Acreage
49.87 ac.
Wooded
Fronts CR
18.&SE
49th Ave.


Residential
Acreage
3.73 ac.
Wooded
SE 49th
Avenue


Sheila Daugherty
Realtor


STARE I AMPTN HAPTON SdeTARK


Acreage



Street


-iANIS S


Residential Residential 3/2 Frame 3/2
Acreage Acreage House Frame
6.08 ac. 10 ac. 1276 sq. ft. House
Wooded Wooded Great 1200 sq. ft.
County Rd S.E. Starter or Move-In
18 49th Investment Lafayette
I 'Avenue Lafa ett St. Street
1r Each Office is independently Owned and Operated.


.0nShr
- itle & Escrow


"A Full Service Title Company"


* Title insurance
* Title searches
* Over 13 years
in the title industry


* Real estate closings
- purchases, refinances
~ cash transactions
~ loan packages


AS OWr


priorityf


Larny aKelly
Office Manager


Jan Jackson


107-F Edwards Rd., Starke, FL
www.sonshinetitle.com (904) 964 -2363


ARCHERY BOWS PSE
NOVA. Never shot,
$180. Bear white-tail 2,
has case, sites, detach-
able quiver and arrows
$150. Call 904-966-
0631
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
- SW CR225 off CR227,
1 mile down on right.
5pc living room set, din-
,irig room set, 2 TV's,
treadmill and exercise
bike and many other
items.


FRIDAYAND SATURDAY,
9AM-2PM. Lots of differ-
ent things. Country Club
area, follow pink signs.
TREE SALE T-ULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping anaoPu-i W.,I.
Iows $t12 each ,or
more "10 each.:r Ca
904-796-0118:
2 FAMILIES LARGEAS-
SORTMEfT Saturday,
October 14, 8am-5pm
and Sunday, October 15,


CHIHUAHUAS -2 MALES,
2 FEMALES. Parents on
premises, $200 each.
Call 352-473-3709.
PURE BRED BOXER
PUPPIES FOR SALE -
Fawn and while. $350
Call 904-964 6335
GOLDEN RETREIVER
PUPPIES, $300. Call
352-258-3040.
53A
Yard Sales

American
SDream

RENTALS
311 Large Apt
$525 mth
1 Bdm Apts
$350 mth
312 Large House
$850 mth
412 Lake Front
Fish & Ski
$1,250 mth
Large House
2 bdrms
$1,200 mth

(904) 964-7227


American

SDream
of Northeast Florida,Inc.
R EA L TOF- RS@
205 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
[(904)964-5424


HUGE


OPEN HOUSE

EXTRAVAGANZA

This Saturday,

Oct. 14,

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

10 houses

to see.

Refreshments,

free gift, prizes.

Come by the

office to pick

up your map.


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904-964-8111
TOLL FREE 866-964-8111

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Where one call

does it all!


964-6305 473-2210 .496-2261


8am-5pm. 1502 Dodd
St, Starke. From 301,
Weston 16, left on Gene
Straight on Dodd St.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY,
8am-4pm, Griffis Loop.
Name brand clothes,
shoes, ,novelties,
kitchenware, movies,
DVD's, plants and more.
YARD ,SALE FRIDAY,
-8AM-3PM. 230 E, left on
'17th (Flume Rd), right on
161st. Size 0 and 1 de-
signer jeans, rainbow,
vacuum, much more.
3 BOWL SS SINK 6X2'.
SPots, pans, small appli-
ances, electric heaters,
misc.-hand and power
tools, tables, small furni-
ture, wicker cabinet,
;large mirror, gun cabinet,'
6' display case, white
truck topper 5'x6'x3".
Lots of stuff Friday and
Saturday, 8aan-3pm.
Hwy 16W to NW 211th
St. Go one mile to sign.
BIG YARD SALE GAS
RANGE, CONSOLE TV.
rocking chairs, old but-
tons, lots of this and that.
Follow SR16 East to
SR225, turn left, go
about 2 miles to 219th
St, turn right, about one
mide 9079NW219mnSt
BIG YARD SALE FRI-
DAY, OCTOBER 15TH,
8am-? Go 5 miles on
16W to 216th St
tCrawlord Rd,'tumrn on
2161n SI, one-mile on"
ri g h t. -- "' -
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
ESTATE SALE 4426 Lorn


093rentuy'

*Preswa-el'asihrg
*OdJotas
*YardWork
!Gardtten Roto-lffltir
- Lkwsmua& Inmnled


Loop, off Trawick, off of
315C. near McRae El-
ementary School. Oct
13.14. and 15 8am til?
Household items, an-
uiques. 6 acres, DWMH,
secluded, mostly woods.
SAT 8AMTIL 2PM. 7.692
Kaibab Ave, in Big Tree
Lakes.
YARD SALE FRIDAY,.
9AM-4PM AND SATUR-
DAY, 9AM-12PM. 280
Berea Ave.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
14, 9AM-? ,221 SW
Grove St. Family mov-
ing sale. A lot of misc.
items. Everything must
go
YARD SALE ON BROOK-
LYN BAY ROAD Furni-
ture,, household items
and toddler clothing.
Saturday, 8am-2pm.
SATURDAY, 8AM-1PM.
More antiques, more
tools, more kilchenware.
.os of new stuff I'msrnil
unpacking. Come back
If you were here stop by
if not See what I found
in my closets. 6489
Brooklyn Bay Rd.
SATURDAY AND SUN-
DAY, 8AM "' HeskettLn.
Take 214 by White El-
ephant, 7.5 miles, follow
signs. Lots of items un-
der$5. -
YARD \ SALE KEY-
STONE. Saturday only.
Bed frames, mower, crib.
lotsosiutff 5630Cnero-
kee Sl Big Tree 214,
to Monongahela to
Cherokee.,. : I
BIG SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY 6356
CR214S. 9am-3pm
LoIs of furniture. 2 sets
ol Dunk beds. wedding


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HOUSECLEANING

e 'w Bl-V /
I1-Time Clean '
NEED YOUR HOUSE ORGANIZED?
i k. -A '


accessories, books,
household items, new
gifts. Think Chrirmas!
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
14, 8AM-2PM. 1/2 mile
down VFW road.
THREE FAMILIES: FUR-
NITURE, HOUSE-
HOLD, clothes (ladies 8-'
10, mens S), etc: Thurs-
day, Friday and Satur-
day 1 5 mile- SW of,
Lake Burier off SR121
on 92nd St, follow signs.
55
Wanted
D/S/W/M Disabled Vet, 56
years old. Wanting effi-
ciency or cottage for rent
for self, under $350.
Larry Fore 352-390-
5104, call anytime
I BUY, COIN collechons
Morgan & Peace silver
dollars, silver quarters &
dimes, Buffalo nickels,
Inadan head pennies,
gold coins. prool & mini
sets eic Call 904-964-
33211
57
For Sale
JIM'S CATFISH FARM
ANDU-FISH Open Sal-
urday and Sunday, 7am-
7pm Free admission
Baby Koi available Lo-
cated onn n of Lawley
Fill din aiso available
Cail 904-782-1694
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each. electric
stove, wnnen guarantee,
delivery available For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801
BED KING SIZE
Pillowtop manress and
Doxspnng with manufac-
lureswarranni Brand


new'stillin plastic. Can
deliver. Sell for $170.
Call 352-372-7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-'
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can' deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Oueen sets $159. King.
sets$189 Matress Fac-
tory. 441 EasI Brownlee
Si Carpels also large
. room size pieces Save
a lot. Cash and carry..
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box Name brand, new in
plastic. withn warranty
Can deliver Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588
LAWNMOWERS AND
TRAILER, lool boxes
and Bed liners Honda
moped and golf cart
Call 904-964-4118
WASHER AND DRYER,
$100 Sola bed. $100
Stand-up freezer, $100.
Call Mike at 904-364
7026
7 INCH WET PORTABLE
TILE SAW,$60 Elecinc
chain saw sharpener.
$50. Both new in origi-
nal box Electric range.
$50 12" JBL sub woof-
ers in a box $t00
Brand new ladies size 5
welsuil, $60 Call 386-
878-3240 before 4pm.
1QQQ HARI FYV PORT -


STER 1200. Call 904-
964-5257.
46" RIDING MOWER -
RUNS GOOD, just ser-
viced, $550 cash. Call
352-468-2256.
TREE SALE TULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each.. Call
904-796-0118.
RASCAL SCOOTER 600 -
Little over 2 years old,,
$800 OBO. Cail 904-
964-2220.
SALE ON END TABLES,
LAMPS, SEWING MA-
CHINES and cabinets.
Priced to sell atKey-
stone Heights Pack Rat,
352-473-2183.
BALDWIN ELECTRIC
ORGAN, model 56A
Two sets of 44-key key-
ooards, everything
,works. $450. OBO. Key-
stone Heights Pack Rat,
352-473-2183.
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES Limerock.
crusn creie. asphalt
killings. Duilding sanas.
gravels. Iraclor work
We haul. we spread
Business 904-.782-3172.
mobile 904-509-9126
Monday Ihrough Sarur-
day
DIVORCE/CHILD SUP-
PORT! CUSTODY Y
FORMS PREPARED
$125-$150. We come to
you Call904.964-5019
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMIT, $50 One nour,
call 904-964-5019
Classes second Satur-
day of the monln. oy ap-
pointment Call for res-
ervaion.


Bruce 'orman's5 rr nation

"Good Quality, Good Service, Great Price" _'







EDDIE NORMAN irrigation JANIES YONN
(904) 61.3-9793 Systems (352) 745-6090,


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CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.,
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & lafid packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
,lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape-design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates Commerciai
& residential Licensed
and insured Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message
SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes, elc Call Melissa
al 904-364-6463.
CALL REESE BUILDERS
FOR ALL YOUR home
and business remodel-
ing needs Ceramic ile
hardwood floors and vi-
nyl installation. Call for
free estimate, 386-336-
3929.
HOUSEKEEPING PLUS -
Honest, dependable,
hard-worKing, lop to bot-
tom house keeping, fall
clean up lor yards or put
up holiday decorations
All at reasonable rales lo
boot. Keystone and sur.
rounding areas. Call
352-478-4210.


R J s Hours:
Tues-Fri 10-5:30
Sat 10-3



Cabinets Doors

Windows Sinks

We Buy & Sell'New & Used

Building Materials

352-379-4600

622 S.E. 2nd St.* Gaine,- ille. FL





Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings,

*Decorative Concrete
Coaling in many colors

Pumping & Finishing
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Mobile: (904) 364-7153



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you can have the skills ,
you need to get a job as a

Dental Assistant

10 week course, Saturday only
Tuition $1950 Payment Plans
call Christi@
Jacksonville Dental Assistant

School
for info packet:
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next class starts:
Nov. 4, 2006
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2659. DFWP, EOE.
HELPER NEEDED for
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SHOP HELP NEEDED. fi-
Derglass manufacturing
and Irimming will train-'
Full time 40 hour week.
Apply in person at U S
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CARE GIVER 2 years
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NEEDED, weed pulling,
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of Hampion on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
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now hiring the following
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LA"CECITY
INMIHlIt COLLiE
InstrucIors
Needed
For Spring Term 2007
ANATOMY' &
PHISIOLOG\ II:
(Online Course)
Requirei lMasier degree
w h 16 graduate hours in
discipline or MD.
COMPUTER SCIENCE:
Computer Applicallons
and CISCO Nerworking
Requues cMasier' degree
i\th 18 grduaLe hoars in
computer science
MATHEMATICS:
College Letel Math
I .i t uor,, for ila; ,in
Trenion
Requires Master'i Degree
vh IS gtiduie hours in
discipline Da 'rtghi
instIicior needed
Preparatory Level Math
Instructors
Requires Minimrrim of
Bachelor's degree.
Day and nighl inmsructors
needed for main campus
and class in Bell
EARTH SCIENCE
(Night)
Requires Masier'~sIldth IS
graduate hocus in Earth
Science or Physical Science
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
(Night)
Requirei Master's with
S 18 graduate hours in
Physical Science
ConraLi Paula Cifruenies at
3861 754-4t1260 or

cifuentesp@Ilakecir)cc edu
ART & MUSIC
ENGLISH
HISTORY
PHILOSOPHY.
& RELIGION
PSI CHOLOGi
/ *SPEECH
Requires MNi ter'.. degree :
with minimiaro" 18
graduate hours in discipline
Contact Holly Smith at
(386) 754-41369 or emall
snithholly(ilakechycc.edu
Persons mitere';ied in adjunct
pori1ons must ,ubmji a
College application and
provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
uansaripstidegrees must be
subnminted ith an official
n-.rLl.uion and e% 3luation .


CUSTODIAN
FLOOR CARE
SPECIALIST
Night shift, 10 p.m.-6 a.m.
Tuesday -. Saturday
RE-.D0 ERTISED
Manual work in routine
housekeeping; cleaning and
caring for arnpua burldings
luir be able rohifl and
carry 44 pounds. Must read
and ar e English.
Salan: $16,127 annually.
plus benefits.
Deadline to apply:
October 20. 2006
College application required
PcsiIion deraimkand
jppl.canion a.i lable onr, he
rsebal '',. lakecnicc edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource De'.
Lake Cil) Com. College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone:(386 754-4314
Fa: 1386 754-4594
E-mail:
btenchtrg,''lakeilycc.edu
LCCC i jccred.red inhe
Southern A- cilaiOn
o01Colleges and Schcols
V' VP/AD A/EOO
College ;n Eucrii.:,ri,&
Employment






LAK1eCITY
CINNIIIir CILLEIF
Initrucio rs Needed
For Spring lerm 2007
Nursing Skills Lab
Insqrecior
Full rimnne Ins days:
Salar' based on education
and exprnence
tGrani Funded i
Assist iith learning
experience in the nursing
skill lab. assiri students u ih
learning the skills taught.
assist iaculry w ih hliuralory
preparairon.n for class
ResponsibIhl kfor general lab
ofganzx3rion. and inaenlor).
Nluwi hae ASN degree. FL
license cor be FL eligible
T.o ea', RN experience in
acute rnd'or skIted care
fliclaes Eu'cellen clinical
skill.. knov, ledge of
computers and computer
literacy required. BSN and
leprching experience
perten-ed
Rejisiered Nursing
Program:
Acute Care Clinical faculty
for 16lhc.urc/eek(16
weeks) Lake Cmn positions
a ailible. Music haie BSN.
FL- RN license and 2 ears
recent acute/sliled cjare
experience. MSN and
teaching eipcnence
preferred (4 Pos.rionsi
Registered Nursing
Program;
Clinical faculty for 16
hours/ reek 116 eeksg
Thursday, Fnda) OR
Sani'daiy positions a-ailable
Gainesdilte only Must have
BSN. FL RN license and 2
years recent matemal/infant
or pediatric nursing
espenence MSN and
leaching expenence
preferred (4 pcsiuorinsi
Hatnf-Tire Clinical
Instructor Positions:
Mnusi h4ie BSN, FL RN
.license and 2 years recent
acute care experience. MSN
and leaching esperierce
preferred Salarn depends
on degree and experience.
Grant Funded, Renewable
annually.
Position 1 Gainesville,
20 hours per week including
one 12 hour clinical on
Saturday
for 16 weeks.
Position 2 20 hours (three
days) per week. Some
classroom teaching required.
Patient Care Assistant
Course:
Part-time position.
18 hourrwek or 1 eekfsI
beginning I / 2i07 aind
ending 4/i 31)7 NlMu hai.e
FL RN license and
experience in acute or Iciong
lermr care nursing.
S. position)
Practical Nursing.
Program:
Clinical Insruuctor three da-vs
per week between 1/29107
and 4/5/07
Must be RN iith FLtRN
license mand 2 sears recent
experience in acute or long
term care. BSN and
teaching experience
preferred. (3 positions).
Contact Robbie Carson at
(386) 754-4304 or
email
carsonr@lakecitycc.edu
Human Diseases
(HSC 2524)
Master's degree with 18
graduate hours in related
field (health sciences,
biological sciences, health
careers)
Contact Patty Smith at
(386) 754-4239 or
email
smithp@lakecitycc.edu
Emergency Medical
Services Programs
Teach EMT Basic courses in
College's five county service
area. Must be instructor
certified at EMT-B or
Paramedic level. Associate
degree required. Teaching
experience preferred. Must
have BLS,ACLS, PALS
certification; instructor
certification preferred. I
Contact Dr. Abraham Pallas
at (386)754-4487 or email
at pallasa@lakecitycc.edu.
Persons interested in adjunct
positions must submit a
College application and
provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must be
submitted with an official
translation and evaluation.







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Drainage, jail


issues in 1910


Aug. 26, 1910
(Drainage was a muclh discussed topic in 1910.
with many ofthe lower-lying areas of the county'
being limited in land use due to the. potential for
flooding. A number of plans for diverting excess
water were proposed, some which would have
been costly and difficult. Others, like the one
below, which proposed to enhance natural
drainage outlets at a minimum of cost and effort.
Of course, as we are still reminded today, no plan
can totally alleviate the. danger of flooding in
Bradford County, or anywhere else in Florida for
that matter)

The proposed

drainage district
Mr. Peek gives interesting
figures regarding the enterprise
What will itcost? Ask also what it is costing us
to. do without it? What our losses are this season
alone for want of it? What they may be many.
seasons to come?
With all this alluvial soil of Alligator Creek and
its tributaries drained, thereby draining also for
safecultivation the thousands of acres of fertile
lands adjacent whence the water floV's into said
creek and its branches, we would have one of the
most attractive and profit producing sections in all
Florida.
The undulating flatwood pine lands, the deep
loam top soil and clay subsoil, are proving out as
the best class in the state. Some of our farmers
have already reached 50 to 65 bushels of corns per
acre, 1,000 to 1.300 pounds Sea Island cotton per
acre, 100 to 130 bushels strawberries per acre, and
splendid crops of oats, ha). potatoes, and a great
variety of vegetables. Our best soil, however, is
that which requires the most drainage. By ditching
the fertile lowlands we are at the same time
making safe the undulating upper lands and thus
more than double the value of the whole.
S.Here is the approximate estimate:
Commencing at Rowell Lake and following up
Alligator Creek and its several branches as far east
as the Clay County line. the drainage area would
be about 20.480 acres.
Four miles canal 40 feet wide, five feet deep,
70 per cubic yard $10,500
three miles canal 20 feet wide, five feet deep,
70 per cubic yard $3.960
*. four miles lateral ditches 10 feet wide. five feet
deep, 7I per cubic yard $2,500
Total: $17,080 ,
Allow ,for other ditches that may, be found
necessary and make it an even $20,000. We would
have six years to pay this by special drainage tax.
payable one-sixth annually. ,This would be only
$3.333 and interest annually, which, assessed on
all realty in the drainage district, based on present
,assessments, would, maker individual annual
pa menis small indeed %when compared with the
'benefits arising from the drainage. When
engineers estimate the cost scrip could be issued
for the whole amount, payable in six years at six
percent interest. This scrip could be sold for cash
to dig the canals and ditches at once.
The 40-foot and 20-foot canals would require a
steam dredge. This dredge outfit would cost
whoever bid in the contract about $2,000. It would
dig and pull out stumps in the right of way and"
dump them out on shore. The 10-foot lateral
ditches would have to be dug by hand.
As the great benefit to town and county would d
exceed the cost so many times over, the drainage
would simply prove a wise and conservative
business proposition for the good and gain of all
concerned. ,
The gain in land values alone wouldd be at least
$200.000. The gain on city property values would
be correspondingly great. The greatest benefit to
SOur town would be .the sewerage outlet the canal
would furnish. The canal from the lake up to the
railroad could be dug so that the Rowell Lake
water would tide up opposite the town, and give us
boat communication to Sampson Junction as well
as +sewerage outlet.
We can do this drainage right now. No use to
wait. The quicker it is done the easier we can pay
the cost. The increase and safety of crops annually
would easily pay the whole cost in possibly one
crop year.
I would suggest that a few citizens who are most
interested in securing this drainage, meet in Starke
Saturday, 27th, at 3 o'clock p.m., organize" for
work and go to work, get ip maps and
descriptions of drainage district, present assessed
values of all realty therein, approximate location
of canals and ditches proposed and probable cost
of same. Have some good lawyer prepare the
petitions strictly in accordance with the statute
relating to drainage districts. Then solicit the
signature of every property owner in the drainage
territory and present the petition before the board
of county commissioners at their regular meeting
on Monday, Sept. 5.
Should the commissioners entertain it
favorably, they will advertise, etc., as set forth in
my first article on this subject of drainage. It is a
great move for the good of all. If you want to carry
it through, give enough of your time and energy
and do what the law requires in the premises.
C.L. Peek

(Although it took longer than Peek expected,
the petitions were duly drawn up and began to
circulate in late September of 1910.
Unfortunately, this is the last that is heard of the
issue that year, with said petitions seemingly never
being presented to the county commission. The
Telegraph did its part to motivate the county,
however In the same issue as Peek's ambitious
plan were two items, apparently selected to
influence by example and through humor.)

Plunged into deep

water


E.A. Bowers had exciting
experience in crossing creek
Those who work for the creation of a drainage
district of this section can now present tangible
proof that beats columns of arguments to show
that they are right in their assertions. When an


episode like that
related belch can
happen on the most
traveled road out of
Starke, almost within
the town limits. it is
time that something
should be done
i E.A. Bowers. who
lives on, the Peek
Road, had been to
Gainesville to buy a
mule and wagon. and
Wednesday evening
about 8 o'clock he
reached Alligator
Creek on the return ..
journey He crossed
the first bridge safely.
,then plunged into girt-
deep water He
thought he was off the
road and in the ditch
and pulled the mule to
the right This was a
bad move. for now
both mule and wagon
went into the ditch.
Mr. Bowers got out
when the \wagon box
began to float and
found the water above
his head. He swam
along till he reached
the north bridge, and
finding that he could
do nothing alone in
the inky darkness,
hurried to Phillips and
Crews' stables and
told his trouble. Jeff
Johns and Jesse ,. .
Strickland %%ere there
and they procured .
lanterns and went
with Mr. Bowers. This is the jail built i
They found the mule located on Pratt Stri
standing in the ditch Center, this was an i
with eyes and nose This "old" jail was t
just out of the water,
still fast to the wagon.
After some heroic
work they managed to
unhitch the mule and get
him up on the bridge, then
they got the running gear of
the wagon up and next .'".
located and rescued the
wagon box. which had
floated across the road The
only part of the outfit lost
was the seat. but it will
probably be found when the
watej rK ede.. .......: .:b; .. '. .

Hunting

for the

road
An instance of
resourcefulness that borders
on the sublime has come to ,/
the reporter's know ledge. .
The other day a farmer
living out on the Wall Road,
and his 12-year-old son.
were kept in town until after ,.
dark on account of some .
heavy rain. When they had
started and %were opposite
the power house the old
man, who' was driving, .'. : '.
looked down Call Street and .; :'
could see nothing but water -
where the street crosses the
swamp. OH Lord!'" he Prohibition was
complained, 'How will i be Prhbstinw
able to steer so as to, get interesting peri
across the bridges?" Bradfo
"I know, paw," said the
boy. "Keep in line with the electric lights and you
can't miss it.".
The farmer did as directed, but as'he went down
the slope the lights formed themselves into a
vertical line.
"Consarn your smartness," said he to the boy,
"See what a mess you have got me into! Where are
your lights now?"
I "Never mind, paw," replies the young hopeful,
whose prospects of becoming a good lawyer or
book agent are excellent, "I know. While we were
a-gwine straight by the lights I noticed that that
'gator in there bellered on the right hand side and
that bullfrog grunted on the left. You steer right
twixtt the 'gator and the frog and you can't miss
it."
The boy was right. After slushing knee-deep in
water for some distance the horse stumbled when
he struck the bridge and fell. This frightened a
cow that had been lying on the bridge and she
made a bee-line for the next bridge.
"Foller the cow, paw, and you can't miss the
next bridge," was the boy's sound advice.

Sept. 2, 1910
(A humorous commentary on the city jail,
known as the "jug" makes light of the poor
condition of the building. The need for a new jail
is expressed, and was indeed realized later in the
year)

The little gray jug
Municipal hostelry is a marvel
of ingenuity
Wednesday morning Marshal Austin had a
general fall house-cleaning at the "jug," as the
municipal jail is called. The name is not


farfetched, for the little square structure with the
pyramidical roof looks just like a Schiedam
Schnapps bottle, and if the place had a stove with
a piece of pipe outside, it would very much
resemble a jug.
To the casual observer the interior presents only
four bare walls and a bunk but there are many


n 1910. While the building that most Bradford Countians refer to as the "old" jail was
eet and recently torn down to make way for the Santa Fe Community College Stump
even older "old" jail. It was located behind the old courthouse, and was built in 1910.
:orn down in 1985 when the renovations to the 1902 courthouse began for the SFCC
Andrews Center.


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not as dangerous to Bradford lawmen as the period between 1885 and 1912. It was an
od, however. Sheriff Will Epperson, son and.brother to the Eppersons who had died as
rd lawmen, and Deputy Will Baisden pose with a confiscated moonshine still.


traditions associated with the place to make it
interesting, and if the walls could speak they could
tell some startling tales. The first to be remarked is
the total absence of writing on, the walls and
defacing of any kind; but the guests are not
anxious to write their names 'on the wall and
carving is made impossible because they have to
leave their pocket knives outside.
Just under the north window is a large burned
spot showing how a prisoner tried to burn himself
out. Once a couple of stout farmers were
incarcerated but'nearly set themselves at liberty by
overthrowing the jug (pushing over the building
itself).
A new and stronger jail was proposed, but the
Solomons who then decided the weal or woe of
the town saved expenses in a way worthy of the
"wise men of Gotham," They filled the space
between the ceiling and the shingles with sand to
weight the structure down. This way of placing
ballast, while contrary to the mode used aboard
ship, is, .nevertheless, effective, and quite in
keeping with the condition of the guests, who are
troubled with top-heaviness. It serves also another
purpose. The sand sifting down through the cracks
falls into the eyes of those sleeping on the bunk,
and they must therefore get under the bunk to
sleep, whereby the bedclothes are kept clean.
Until a few days ago the jug has been provided
with a padlock and hasp, but the modern spirit of
improvement has struck even here. As the
unwilling prisoner must be shoved in with the left
hand while the marshal quickly closes the door
with. the right, the old arrangement was awkward
and often a failure, for the prisoner would get hold
of the hasp first and hold it so that the door could
not be shut, and the club had to come into play. A
new lightning spring lock has done away with all
trouble on this score.
The shingles are pretty rotten and the birds soon
drop seeds through the cracks upon the ballast.
Wonder how the jug would look when surmounted
by some vigorous Jerusalem oaks? The jug is so
well preserved by the fumes of alcohol that it will
last forever.
(Bradford County persisted in offering a wide
variety of opportunities for social gatherings,


many of which were connected with one of the
areas many churches.. As always, humor and a
sense of fun characterized these events, showing
the persistent tendency and ability of the residents
of the area to be able to laugh at themselves.)


Endeavorers give

supper
The Christian Endeavor Society of, the
Presbyterian Church gave. another of their piquant
entertainments at the. Sternburg residence last
Thursday evening. The guests, who numbered 60,
were first treated to good music by Misses Ethel
Sternburg and Mabel Wills and Messrs. Herman
Crook and Cosmo Alvarez.
Then came the "cold" supper. The long dining
table was covered with sheets reaching to the
floor. Benches, which allowed the guests to sit
close together, were used instead of chairs. Mr.
Rufus Hodges sat at the head of the table and had
a pan full of such things as a bunch of chicken
feathers, a bunch of chickens' feet, another of
chickens' heads, a glove full of salt, some gherkins
and an oyster shell with a piece of raw beef in it.
These articles were, one by one, passed by Mr.
Hodges to the guest nearest him, and thence from
one to the other. Each guest was told to keep his or
her eyes closed when the item was put in their
hands.
The objects had been kept on ice and felt so cold
and clammy and uncanny that they were
sometimes dropped by the lady guests, who for
each offense had to pay a fine of 25 cents. Others
wanted to see what was handed them and were
fined a dime for each look. The exclamations from
those who felt "creepy" provoked mirth, which,
the doors being open, was heard outside, and as
laughter is contagious, soon the whole
neighborhood was laughing.
Refreshments were served, consisting of
different kinds of sandwiches and cake, chicken
salad, pickles and coffee.
The out of town guests were, Mrs. W.H. Porter
and niece, Miss Olie Porter and Mr. Charles
Strickland, of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Bailey, of


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Same thing only different?:

Animal control and zoning

also issues in 1910


Aug. 12, 1910
; (Civic animal control had a whole different
meaning in 1910. While the occasional mention of
a stray dog or two may be found in the pages of
the Telegraph over the years, stray cows are
unique to the 1800s and the early days of the
century, but presented a serious and, messy
problem in 1910 nonetheless.)

Cows or no cows
Citizens are becoming restless
about the bovine nuisance
Cows, or no cows, on our streets and sidewalks
.+- that is the question. Some years back our city
council passed arn ordinance, on plea of nuisance,
requiring cattle to be penned at night. Our
population then did not reach the number fixed by
law that would authorize absolute "prohibition" of
the cow. It was hoped that all cattle owners in the
town, from love of neatness and decency, would
pen their cows on or before 8 o'clock each
evening. Of late years this is utterly neglected, and
droves of cattle, owned in and out of town, roam
our streets and roost on the sidewalks all through
the stilly night."
The nuisance is becoming so unbearable, that
some of the ladies of the town have requested help
to abate the nuisance. TheI point is to ask cattle
owners not to allow their stock out at night 6n the
streets. Also to alk the council to appoint enough
scavengers to clean the sidewalks each morning, if
they cannot enforce said ordinance. And. if
nothing else will avail, they believe the present
census will give the necessary population to
prohibit the town cow, and they will insist upon it.
C.L. Peek .
(Temperance and prohibition was a
frequent topic in the Telegraph, especially in
1910 as statewide prohibition of the
manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages
in the state was being considered by the
legislature. In addition to numerous articles
about the activities of members of the
temperance movement, a near-weekly
column, called .'the. WCTU (Womens
Christian Temperace Union) Department,
edited by Mrs. D.E. Knight, frequently
graced the front page. While the Telegraph
gave ample space to the temperance
movement, and sometimes, by editorial
comment, seemed in favor of it, it should be
noted that the'publication continued to run
advertisements for liquor and spirits,
although never on the same page as
temperance issues.)

Temperance .

entertainment
Able addresses and fine
music made enjoyable
program
The entertainment which was given for
the temperance.cause at the Baptist Church
last Friday evening was well attended and a
success in every respect. The program as
given in last week's Telegraph (no copy of
which still exists, ed.) was carried out, with
the exception of Dr. Freeman's address on
"the effect of temperance on the morale of
the community," which was not delivered as
the doctor was unavoidably absent.
The Rev. W.T. Morgan greeted the Dr
audience'with an address which was not on gr
the program, and thus no number was
missed. The singers were a mixed choir from
the Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian
churches, and their singing was faultless, as
was also the instrumental music. The
difficult subject, "the political and business
phase of prohibition," was handled by D.E.
Knight, esq., in a manner that evinced a
thorough study of the theme and it was well
received.
(Progress is often fraught with problems
and when the old meets the new a clash is
very often the result. The coming of, the
automobile distressed many people, what
with the noise and smell these rtew-fangled
machines produced. As can be seen below,
people were not the only ones who objected
to what many referred to as an "infernal
machine.")

Ice mule got

excited
Pratt Street is a very quiet neighborhood
and has an excitement only once in every 12
years. The last took place Tuesday morning
and was caused by a mule whose occupation
should make him too cool-headed for such
carryings-on.
Tuesday, as. the ice man was making his
second matutinal round and was on north
Walnut Street, near Pratt, delivering ice at a
residence, the .large mule that draws the
wagon became frightened at an automobile
that approached from behind, and (the mule)
ran down Pratt Street as fast as he was able
to pull the heavy vehicle, looking to the right Th
and to the left and uttering brays of distress.
The wagon in its headlong flight resembled a
tug boat in a choppy sea and the cakes of ice it
contained were scattered over the street, breaking
into bits. At last two of the wheels broke and there
was a stop to the proceedings. A perceptible
coolness, like that between two men, each of
whom suspects the other of having killed his dog,
pervaded Pratt Street until the ice melted.


(Bradford C "- as s .. -owing in 1910,
although not as .,ckly as in the late 1800s. New
business openings were not as frequent and seem
to have been based on existing need rather then
the creation of it through availability.)


New grist mill
I have put up a grist mill on my place just south
of Starke, and will. grind your corn into meal or
hominy at any time during the weekdays. I grind
to suit you and will give you satisfaction. I also
keep a wood yard and will furnish any size stove
wood on short notice.
G.M. Bennett
(While the city and county were developing,
much of Bradford Counmn was still v'ery much a
wild area. The clash benr'een man and wild nature
went on much as iti does today, with wild animals
competing for the space needed to carry on with
their lives. While sightings of catamountss," also
known as panthers, are very rare today in the
.county, this was not always ;so and it must have
been a frightening experience indeed to meet one
of these large cats face to face.)

Wildcat sighted at
Dowling's Mill
A few nights ago Lee Lamb, night watchman at
the Dowling Mill. heard something growl at him
from behind a pile of lumber. Mr. Lamb paid no
attention, thinking it was someone who wanted to
scare him. but the growls continued. He then
thought he would fire a shot in the air to scare the
growler, but just then an animal sprang out in the
open, which' looked like a catamount. M. N.Lamb
fired upon it. but the shot did not take effect.
Next morning on inspection numerous large
catamount tracks were seen, leading to and from a
can of tallow that had been used for greasing the


t.. ,, ^ -'- 3 -. -, -" ...^: -:^. '5

Free range was the law of the day in early Starke. Cattlemen did not have to fence
their livestock. It was up to the people in town, or the people who owned a tasty-
looking garden, to fence the cows out. At one time, the entire city of Starke had a
fence around it, but the cows still got through on occasion. Here you can see the
wrought-iron fence around the courthouse which was meant to keep the cows -
out, not the people in.


dressing up and having a picnic on the banks of one of the many creeks and rivers in the area was a favorite weekend activity. This
oup was picnicking on the banks of Alligator Creek in 1894. They area (back row, I-r) Julius Adams, a local milliner whose name is
now unknown, Eddie Duncan, Kate Burroughs Duncan, Annie Matthews, Orrin Matthews, Ida Witkovski, (front row, I-r) Julia Wall
Hoffman, Will Hoffman, Alice Wall, Orville Wall, Eugene S. Matthews and Felix Witkovski.


e Women's Christian Temperance Union held parades and lobbied for years before Prohibition finally came into play. This parade
Swas held in Starke in the early 1900s.


pulleys in heavy iron blocks. It is supposed that
the animal had been driven from the swamps by
high water and had wandered to the mill in quest
of something to eat.


Sept. 9, 1910
(Too much of a good thing is never a good thing
and nature's contribution to the power plant in
Starke was less than appreciated one dark and
stormy night.)


Lightning strikes
generator
Engineer Bessent knocked down
but not injured
Saturday evening at 6:45, during a
thunderstorm, lightning struck an electric wire and
the town was suddenly thrown into darkness. At 7
o'clock the lights again thrown out.
At the power house, when the lightning struck,
a sheet of dazzling light shott out of Ihe large


generator and Engineer Lawrence Bessent, who
was standing near by, was knocked down, but was
soon on his feet again, having suffered no injury.
He lighted a lantern, put the belts on the small
generators and set them running and the welcome
lights again peered through the darkness.
The armature of the large generator had been
destroyed by the lightning and it took several days
before a new one could be put on.

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BY'TERESA onWalnutStreet. making At 11 am.; the parade will Walnut Street, head north and scheduled to take placed
STONE-IRWIN Ongoing activities include The Shriner's Parade will commence w-est down Call end at the Woman's Club simultaneous on the indoor.
Telegraph Staff .Writer face painting, drawing and begin lining up by ,Shand's Street to Thompson Street. located at the corner of and outdoor stages at the"
collage, mask and shield Hospital on Call Street at 10 continuing south to South Jefferson and Walnut. Womans Club. See page 3
This.weekend, Oct. 14and making, painting, and doll am. Street, then turn west onto Several performances are forascheduleofesents.
15, Santa Fe Community .
College presents their annual "
Starke Fall Festival.
The festivities, featuring
-oyer 50 talented artists from
the stite;-will take place from .
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday
and again from noon until 5
p.m on Sunday.
On hand will be a variety of
arts this year, including
categories of 3D mixed media,
ceramics, jewelry, fiber, glass,
computer generated graphics,
mixed media, photograph.,
painting, watercolor and wood.
Local artists include Jane
Honn, Martha Swift, Nillard
Griffis, Howard Ashcraft and ,
Dexter Gillingham, all from
Starke.
Keystone Heighl s artists
include Alice Arp, Karin
Holloran and Bob Bird.
This year's festival will also
include the Children's Creative
Corner, which will be located
just outside the Woman's Club


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3 counties hold joint breast cancer luncheon


BY LINDSEY KIRK LA ND
Times Editor
Each. county, Bradford,
Union and Alachua. had some
form of' breast cancer
Sylvia Tatum awareness event, but nine
talks to more Union County women wanted
than 150 people to raise more money for breast
about her,. cancer after the 'death of a
struggle with friend.
breast cancer. Jill Hayes Tetstone died of
She said at breast cancer at the age of 4 I,
some point, she leaving behind two children
just got a little after a five-year battle with
crazy insisting breast cancer.
to every person "It changed our lies and
in the grocery .their lives," said her cousin.
store they get a Parm Woodington, a Union
mammogram. County resident.
"(Jill) made us promise to
take caie of' ourselves," she
said. "That's a promise %we
don't take lightly "
Woodington said she and the
other eight %%omen, friends and
family of Jill, %ere tired of
'" being sad and decided to put
their promise into action. The
group included Nannette
Starling and Paula Hawkins
TI:,1. (JiW.Jll's cousins). Stace, Haves'
SJill.'s sister), Belinda
S. .'' i MNanukian, Denise Dukes,
Debbie Dolski, Mel Howard
i and Courtnie Douglas till's
-.j friends),
.B They held their first eent on
Aug..Q, ,and raised more than
$20,00.
S"'This %%as the group of nine
'., I who didn't take no for an
Answerr" Woodington said.
Partnering with the
American Cancer Society in
2005. they participated in a
S i cancer walk under the team
name of "Jill'. Crawbabies."
They had 56 walkers.
R AAt the luncheon Wednesday.
Woodington said their goal for
I the upcoming walk was 100
people.
"It takes money for


t Pam
Woodington
speaks about
her cousin, Jill,
who died after a
five-year battle
with breast
cancer.


vAt


Bradford County residents (1-r) Joella Hardy, Faye Andrews, breast cancer
survivor Sylvia Reddish, Barbara Reddish and Linda Hicks dine at Carrabba's
during the event.


research," Woodington said "It
takes money for education."
More money could come
through a bigger event, they
decided, and with the help of
partners in Bradford and
Alachua County, "Hold "Em
for Hope" was created.
The event was a luncheon
held at Carrabba's Italian Grill
in Gainesville on Oct. 4. It was
combined with a silent auction,.
many drawings, a Vera
Bradley sale and guest
speakers.
More than 150 tickets were
sold for the event, news of
which was spread through
word-of-mouth and on the 850
AMI radio station.


The event drew area
celebrities, such as Shelly
Meyer, wife of Gators coach
Urban Meyer, but most
importantly were area breast


cancer survivors.
Sylvia Tatum, who
contributed time and financial
See CANCER, p. 9C


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golfer advance out of their
respective District 4-A
tournaments, which were
played on Oct. 9.
Heather Alvarez, a member
of the Bradford girls team,
earned a berth in the Region 2
tournament with a score of 96.
Alvarez also earned a rip to
last year's regional round as
Bradford qualified as a team.
I The top three individuals not
bn qualifying teams earn
region berths, which is how
Alvarez and Union County
boys golfer Devin Osborne
.ach qualified.
SOsborne shot a 41'and a 43
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SCHEDULE OF PERFORMING
ARTISTS AT THE WOMAN'S CLUB


Saturday, Oct. 14
Indoor Stage
Noon
12:30 p.m.
1:15 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
Outdoor Stage
10:00 a.m.
10:45 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
Noon
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
3:30 p.m.


Pianist Benjamin Carter


Vocal duet of Tiffany Johns and Bethany Osborn
Violinist Amanda Spires
Gainesville Youth Choir
Kuniko Yamamoto
Pianist and composer Samuel Smith

U.S.A. Gymnastics
Branford High Dance Team
Salsa queen Maria Stephenson
Bass Country Cloggers
Islands steel drum duo of Bahama Pan
Dance with Next Generation
African drumming ensemble of Lost Safari
Celtic traditional music with Kanapaha
Bluegrass & gospel with Lonesome Highway


Shriner's Parade-Saturday, Oct. 14, at 11 a.m.


Sunday, Oct. 15
Indoor Stage
1:30 p.m. Starke Dance Academy
2:00 p.m. Tammerlin
3:00 p.m. Bluegrass with Megarh and Racheal S
Outdoor Stage
Noon Guitar and vocals of Edy Richman
1:00 p.m. Florida folk songs by Emmett Carlisle
3:00 p.m. Blues by the Reeves Brothers


4:00 p.m.


weat


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with Camela Hodsdon


Local artist returns home


Japanese storyteller uses

music, origami and magic
BY TERESA r
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer 4.;


TRl A 1 downtown Starke
BY TERESA support media, such 'as drawing, painting and sculpture
STONE-IRWIN watercolor paper, canvas and for 30 years, Sheila retired from
Telegraph Staff Writer fine art paper. the Flagler County Public If you get fooled by a pitct
For almost 20 years Sheila Each image is produced as an School System in 2005. with less than two strikes,
Crawford was a painter, one original limited edition print of
Crawford was a painter, one 50or less. She now devotes her time to take it.
who specialized in a style she Sheila grew up in Lawtey. the art show circuit. Says -Ted Williams
describes as "photo-realistic where she attended Bradford Crawford, "I still have family in
collage," where she uses High School. She also attended Lawtey, and I am very excited
acrylics and an airbrush to the Uni'ersirty of Florida, and about returning home and To his dog, every man is
complete the paintings. went on to rece, e her having the opportunity to Napoleon, hence the7
Today she is using the same bachelor's degree in art display my work at the popularity of dogs.
style that she once used in her education from Bethup e- festyivAl," -Aldous Huxley
-paintings and is apolfying it to:, .oo ani .9 .j .. o .' I., u Hu ey ...
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Japanese storyteller Kuniko
Yamamoto will enchant
younger audiences using
myths and fables from ancient
Japan to both educate and
am use. .. : I r
In her show, "Origami
Tales." Yamamoto uses her'
.owhn handcrafted masks,,
puppets and origami-the
Japanese art of folded
paper-as she makes flowers,
animals, and even a 6-foot-
long dragon come alive.
A native of Osaka. Japan,
Yamamoto studied traditional
dance and music at the
renowned Konishi School in
Japan.
She received national
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International Exposition and
on Kansai National Television.
Since her arrival in America
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.Goat Ranch tournament is a huge success


BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph


The first-ever Goat Ranch
Golf and Poker Invita~tonal;,
which is being planned as an
y annual event, was held at.the
Starke Golf and Country Club
on Sept. 28, restricted to
former "High Rollers"' who
played golf Wednesdays, and
poker that night.
There was unconfirmed talk
the group played for high
stakes, but the amount of
money that changed hands was
a closely guarded secret, and
'rank-and-file golfers could
never know for sure.
": M High Rollers were composed
largely of community leaders
who obtained the land and
built the golf' course, and
contributed 'to the local
economy through; volunteer r
S efforts and/or their business
and professional lives. While
they loved to play golf. the
majority of them '%ere to be
found in church on Sunda\
mornings. Their reign began
.\ith the building of the golf
course in the late 1950s and
continued into the 1980s, when
Dwight Eder lineup old age and death began to
a.putt. invade their close-knit family


Buford "Blue" McKinney cones close to the hole in
the Goat Ranch Golf Tournament.


of associates,,
The group that met and
played golf on .S-ept.
28-approx\imately "'.30
strong-didn't resemble the


golfers they once were, but
'what they lacked in finesse on
the course was offset by the
camaraderie of the past. While
hnam-es of absent members


M.


won't be mentioned for fear of
leaving someone out, the ghost
of Dr. Herlong Adams was
present on the course in the
minds of many, along with Jim
Brown Godwin, who was a
commanding figure in 'any
group. Those two, and many
others, left their footprints on
the fairways and greens of the
Starke 'golf -course and,
contributed to its remaining
'open during some difficult
times.
.By one count, 25 of the 27,
invited to the, tournament were
able 'to attend. It was
determined, after the 18-hole
round of golf was played, that
some players shot lower scores
than others, but everyone was
declared a winner, and the
group planned to return for an
encore. The golf game,
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three main attractions.
Sir Byron Terwillegar (note
the title), owner of. the
acclaimed Blue, Water Bay
restaurant in Melrose, catered.
.dinner for members of the
Goat Ranch Club named years
ago by Tombo Smith),
consisting of a laige prime rib
steak cooked to perfection.
with all the accompanying fine.


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family members. ivs welcome to,
enter. One entry per person pcr
\\eck please. Persons winning
one week are not eligible lio
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weeks.
2. When picking up winning,,
the vLinner will ha\e his or her
photograph taken for the papcr.
3. Entry must he on an ollicial
form from the Telegraph and
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you think will be scored by the


GATORS and their opponent,
combined. in ihe tie breaker
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cuisine one can en% ision for a
memorable meal.
The group, after dinner and
chit-chat' of a social hour,
retired to the game room for a
round of poker, reminiscent of
the old days when the game
was played frequently, but the
stakes were not reported. It
was reported, however, that
one individual garnered most
of the chips, but his name will
remain anonymous in
deference to his creditors.
It was a great day for the
Goat Ranchers, and also for.
those of us who knew them as
friends, even as we played in
other groups. The joy in seeing
each member was tempered by
the memory of those \%ho haxe'
gone before us. They were our
friends, also.

Those who participated in
the tournament were: Jim
Biggs, Richard Gaines. David
Elder, Richard Burton, Buford
McKinney, Joey Bridges,)
James Womack, Greg Nichols,
John Riggs, Bob King. Bill
Adams; David Tew, Tom
Smith, Jimm. Epps. George
Fish, Jack Hazen.. Clyde
Terwillegar, Scott Roberts,.
Terry Gaines, D' eight Elder,;
Mac Williams, George
Roberts. Larry Mercer, Hal
Seymour. John Fry, Charley
FI nn and Wiley Clark. '


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BIRTHS


Pictured (1-r): first row, Wei Lin, Raeann Roberts, Rachel Latham; second row,
Kimberly Tate, Rebecca Corbitt, Jessica McKinney, Deborah Cilley, Jabreena
Jackson, Amy Morton, Patricia Corbitt; third row, Sheryl Meng, Emily Sellers,
Brandi Donahue, Mindy Fulton, Sara Stills, Vanessa Warren, Claudia Edwards RN,
Core instructor. In the program, but not pictured is Sharon Moncrief.


CNA class ongoing at B-U Tech Center


The Bradford-Union Area Career Technical
, Center started its CNA class on Aug. 15 The
Core class is a 90-hour course that meets tor
four-hour sessions on Tuesday .and Thursday
nights. Claudia Edwards, RN, is the Core.
icacher.


Bobick and Schr
Jerry and Pani Bobick of
Keystone Heights and Michael
and Hollie Schrader of'
Hamden. Conn.. announce the
engagement of their children.
Nicole Kristin Bobick and
Ke.\in R\an Schrader.
Nicole is a 2001 graduate of
Keystone Heights High School.
She is presently employed by
the Greater New Hasen OB
G n Group.
Ke in graduated from
Hamden High School and is
employed by the U.S. Postal
Ser,. ice.
The wedding %.ill lake place
on Saturday. Aug. 4, 2007, in
Gaines, ille.


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Oct. 14


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meeting
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Class of 1976 is having a
meeting to plan its 30-year
reunion. The meeting will
begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday,
Oct. 17, at Western Steer Steak
House in Starke.
Classmates who hase not
received an invitation should
call,(904) 964-8923 or e-mail
,bhsreunion 1976@v ahoo .com.
The deadline has been extended
until Saturday. Sept. 30

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25, 2006, at North Florida
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late Daniel Townsend of Clark
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2006. in Gainesville.
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are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
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fourth Monday of the month at 7-30
p.m and a covered dish dinner on
the second Monday at 6:30 p.m.
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Late score lifts Indians to 14-7 homecoming win


BY ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer, .
Keystone Heights football
fans were treated to a nailbiter
of a game on Homecoming as
the Indians took a 14-7 lead-
with just two minutes left in
the game and held onto it for a
victory on Oct. 6.
The Indians (5-1) struggled
with continuity on offense,.but
two big plays-including Josh
Mangus' game-winning 42-
yard touchdown.
reception-were all the team
would need. The defense kept
Newberry out of the. end zone
after the Panthers scored
approximately six minutes into
the game.
Newberry running back
Antwan Ivey got his
yards--151 on 18 carries-but
he was held in check for the
most part as far as big-play
runs were concerned.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said his. defense,
after Ivey's 37-yard
touchdown run, adjusted to the
running back's speed and".
altered its pursuit angles.
"Thel defense played
extremely well," Dickinson
said. "If they hadn't played as
well as they did, we probably
wouldn't have won the game."'
Newberry (4-2) drew blood
on its second drive of the game
after a Keystone -fumble.
Starting at their own 49, the
Panthers let Tvey 'carry the ball"
four consecutive times, .with.
the back-after a spectacular
cutback to the right after
finding no running room in the
planned direction-dashing
into the end zone on the fourth
carry.
That put Newberry up 7-0,
and the Panthers began what
looked like another promising
drive- after forcing the Indians
to punt on their next series.
Newberry advanced the ball.
from its own .15 to the
Keystone 45, but a fumble was


Cameron Yarbrough (shown making a catch in last
week's game against West Nassau) came up big on
defense for the Indians in their win over Newberry,
intercepting a pass in the third quarter. Keystone's
first touchdown of the game followed two plays


later.

re'coered by Keystone
linebacker Jack Taylor.
It only took one play from
scrimmage, however, for the
Indians to return the favor as
running .back Matt Story


.:oughed up the ball to
Newberry.
Through 'the remainder of
the half, neither team was. able
* to sustain a productive drive as
the game became more or less


a punting contest.
Keystone's offense ran just
16 plays from scrimmage in
the first half. Dickinson said
mistakes b3 the Indians were a
reason for .that, but also
credited Newberry for its game
plan on defense.
"'Nevberrm played tough,"
he said. "They've got a good.
football team."
The Indians steadily moved
the ball from their own 29 to
Newberry's 22 on the first
drive of the second half, but
Keystone turned the ball oler
on downs as quarterback Blake
Lott had no success connecting'
with his receivers on the last
t6.o plays.
Newberry took over and,
moved the ball steadily
downfield to the Keystone 42
before quarterback. Guy
Brown attempted to hit
receiver Matt Robinson inside
the 20-yard line. The perfectly
thrown pass landed not only in
Robinson's hands, but also
into those of Keystone
defensive back Cameron
;Yarbrough. The two wrestled
fiercely for the prize for a
second or- two before
Yarbrough emerged with the
pigskin and raced 35 yards up
the sideline to the NewberrN
45
Two plays later, on second-
and-2, Greg Tailor took a
handoff from Lott and dashed
-16 'ards to knot the
game-after Michael
NlcLeod's PAT-at 7-all with
3:03 remaining in the third
quarter.
Taylor finished the game
with 87 yards on 13 carries. ;
Keystone's defense stopped
another Newberry drive on
downs after the Panthers
advanced the ball 39 yards
Into Keystone territory..
thwarted.
As the final minutes of the
,game ticked away, Keystone
began a drive on its own L1.


The running of Story and
Taylor, along with an 18-yard
reception by Yarbrough,
advanced the ball to the
Newberry 42. Lott then
dropped back in the pocket and
uncorked a long pass to
NMangus, \ ho %%as racing deep
up the right side. Mangus
snagged the pass over his left
shoulder at about Newberry's
25 and outran his defender to.
the end zone.'
Mangus finished the game
.with 66 yards on three
receptions.

Thanks...
Dickinson wished to express
his thanks to Ke %stone
Building Center, Tru-Value
and Lee Crane Insurance for
sponsoring the pre-game meal
and the Kiwanis Club of the
Lake Region for manning the
concession stands.


Score by Quarter
NHS: 7 0 0
KHHS: 0O 0 7


0-7
7-14


Scoring Summary
N: Ivey 37 run (Warner kick)
K: Taylor 46 run (McLeod-


kick)
K: Mangus42 pass from
Lott (McLeod kick)
Team Statistics
K
First Downs 10
Rushes/Yds. 28-133 ,
Passing Yds.. 104
Passes' 6-16-0
Punts. 5-35
Fumbles-Lost 3-2
'Penalties 4-25


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heritage, of freedom's
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world of men and ideas-this
knowledge is a free
people's surest strength.
-Dwight D. Eisenhower

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KH volleyball team drops 2 straight


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights defeated
Inierijchen on., Oct.- -3 to
complete a sweep of its fellow
District 6-3A volleyball
opponents, but the. Indians
have since dropped two
straight matches, bringing their
record to 14-10.
The Indians have lost four of
their last five matches, but all
)bt one of those losses have
'- come against bigger schools.
On Oct. 4, Keystone lost to
.isitine Bishop Kenny in four
games. Mallory Wasik had 17
kills for the Indians, while
Katie Taylor had eight., Wasik
also had 12 digs.
Michelle Houser led the
'team in digs with 15, while
Russell contributed 11...
Russell and Lori Albritton
had 15 and 13 assists,
respectively.
Keystone traveled to Nease
on Oct. 9, with the host
Panthers recording a 3-0 (25-
12, 25-15, 25-20) win.
Wasik had 11 kills and 14
digs, while Russell had 12
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Tysee Williams led the team ,
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'Scool, 'begin s Monda,' Oct.
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BHS handles -V ang uard


this year, wins 28-16-6


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jernard Beard scored two
touchdowns and the defense
turned in a solideffort as the
Bradford football team-
defeated visiting Ocala
Vanguard 28-16 on Oct. 6.
"The kids really wanted it
and we got the job done,"
Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said. "It wasn't
pretty at times, but we got the
job.done."
Bradford's offense misfired
at times, had trouble holding
onto" the ball with four
fumibles-the Tornadoes
recovered all but one--and
gave Vanguard two points
when quarterback Antwan
Brown was. sacked for a safety.
However, there -was little
doubt the. Tornadoes (4-2)
were going to win the game.
Bradford, after recovering a
fumble on a kickoff, got a 3-'
yard touchdown run from
Beard to go up 21-2 late in the
second quarter. The Tornadoes


would not score again until
late in the fourth quarter, but
they had plenty of points for
the defense to work with.
The Tornadoes held
Vanguard to approximately 50
yards and three first downs in
the first half. The starting
defensive unit gave up less
than 120 yards and just five
first downs before some
younger players were put onto
the field late in. the game.
That's when Vanguard scored
its only two touchdowns.
"Truthfully, that game
could've easily been 28-2,"
Bankston said.
The coach. added it .was
especially gratifying to defeat
the Knights after what
happened in last year's game
between the two teams.
Bankston wouldn't comment
specifically bn the matter, but
the Torandoes were penalized
19 times in last year's :18-13.
loss, which,included two dead-
ball penalties after one play
that- put Vanguard at
Bradford's 5-\ard line with 20


*seconds left to play. That set
the Knights up to score the
winning touchdown.
There were no such issues
this year as the Tornadoes
were penalized only five times.
"We still made a ton of
mistakes,at times, but for the
most part, the kids played
hard," Bankston said.
The Tornadoes wasted little
time in scoring. Jawan
Jamison, who led all rushers
with 183 yards on 15 carries,
scampered 44 yards into the
end zone to cap a seven-play,
80-yard drive that put
Bradford-with ,Glen
Velasquez' PAT-up 7-0 just
three minutes into the game.
Vanguard (2-4) made its one
serious threat against. the
Bradford starting defense on
its first possession.
,Quarterback Marquee
Williams completed a 12-yard
pass that moved the Knights to
the Bradford 39, but the drive
stalled as Vanguard turned the
See BHS, p. 8C


Indians, Tornadoes set to

meet in key district game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staf '11 ritet
Four teams are currently tied
*for second place in District 3-
2A, but that field will be
narro\\ed after games on
Friday, Oct. 13.
Bradford and Keystone
Heights are two of those teams
v\ho are vying for a playoff
berth behind district leader
Bolles and they will face each
other tomorrow in Ke' stone at
7:30 p.m.
The i%.%o teams, along with
Ribauli and West Nassau. each
have a 1-1 district record
(Ribault plays Bolles
tomorrow and West Nassauj
plays Interlachen). Bolles sits
.atop the district with a 2-0
mark.
"Bol1e| is thEiTnl earn al .'-
has handed Keystone a loss
this season. The Indians (5-1)
ate coming off of a 14-7
homecoming: win over
Newberry. ,
Keystone's offense has
generated 1,044 rushing yards
this season (174 per game).
Junior running back. Greg
Taylor leads the way both
rushing and scoring. He has
seven rushing touchdowns,
three of which have gone for
better than 30 yards. He had a
46-yard touchdown run and
rushed for 87 yards on 13
carries in the win over
Newberry.
Taylor also has four
touchdown receptions on the
season.
Senior quarterback Blake
Lott has completed 48-of-99
passes for 709 yards, nine
touchdowns and just one
interception.


Senior wide receiver Josh
Nlangus has three, touchdown
receptions, including the
game-vwinner-a 42-
yarder-against Newberry.
::Sophomore Cameron
Yarbrough has two touchdown.
receptions and has scored three'
overall as a member of the
defensive unit.; .
Yaibrough also has a
touchdown on defense-a 103-
yard interception return in a
35-6 win over Fort White. He
has three interceptions total
this season.
In all, Keystone's defense
has forced 12 turnovers. The
Indians have allowed 135-
rushing yards per game and
129 passing yards per game.
As for Bradford, which is
coming off of a 28-1i, win over
XVanguar'd, its defense is
y'.iadingm -2q.rus.hngNar s perF
game and .73 passing yards per
game. The Tornadoes (4-2)
have forced" opponents into
committing 14 turnovers.
Junior defensive lineman
Chuckie Covington has caused
two fumbles this season and
has recovered three fumbles,
including two in the win over
Vanguard.
Covington is the team leader
with 67 total tackles and nine
tackles for loss.
Sophomore defensive back
Eugene t Blye has two
interceptions, while freshman
defensive back James Jamison
has returned one pick for a'
score.
Offensively, Bradford is
averaging 277 rushing yards
per game, with four backs, for
the most part, splitting carries.
Jamison has 515 yards on 60
carries, junior Rob Harris has
427 on 54 carries, junior


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Beard leads the team with
five rushing touchdowns
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four) and also leads the team
with eight overall touchdowns.
He has been senior quarterback
Antwan Brown's favorite
receiver, catching .three
touchdown passes.
. Brown has five touchdown
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321 yards with four
interceptions in- five games,
(Blye had to play quarterback
for Brown in a 22-8 loss to
Baker County).
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touch,downis overall, having,,,
rushed4 for twvo. .
Th. Tornadoes are
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Things start well, then go


bad for Tigers in 42-6 loss


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
The opening kickoff of the
Oct. 6 match-up between the
Union County Tigers and the
Baker County Wildcats
seemed like the one to turn the
Tigers' losing season around.
Hotvever, the Tigers
couldn't keep the momentum
going in a 42-6 loss. e
Aaron Dukes scored the
Tigers' only touchdown of the
night when he returned a
fumble by Baker's Jamar'
Farmer on the opening kickoff.
On their first offensive
possession, the Tigers t( -6)
tried to punt, with the ball
flying over the head of Austen
Roberts. After he recovered
the ball, Roberts' .pass fell
incomplete, turning the ball
over to Baker at the Union 26-
yard line. The Wildcats scored
just a few plays later, changing
the direction of the game. :-.
Within the first quarter,
Baker (4-3) had scored three
more touchdowns, with two 2-
point conversions. Farmer


BHS
Continued from p. 7C

ball over on downs at the 35.
That one pass play -
notwithstanding, the Bradford
defense demonstrated on that
drive what kind of night it was
going to be for the Vanguard
offense. Defensive linemen
Chuckie Coington and Corian
Garrison dropped running back
J.J. Smith for a 1-yard loss on
the first' play of the drive, and
Garrison delivered a vicious
hit on Akai Milson on second
down, holding him to just a 1-
yard gain.
Covington finished the game
with nine tackles, two sacks
and two fumble recoveries.
Two of Vanguard's next
three possessions went three-
and-out, while the third was
stopped by an interception by
Bradford's Eugene Blye.
Still, the Knights made it a
five-point game when Brown
was tackled in the end zone for
agafetai:'l Ml4'r44 mari6-of
the second quarter.
' That's as close as the game
would get. Jamison, after
fumbling the ball and losing 9
yards, ripped off a 65-yard run
on third-and-10 to the
Vanguard 18. A 6-yard carry
by Rob Harris, along with a:
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made up for his fumble at the
start of the game, scoring two
of those first-quarter.
touchdowns and finishing the
game with three overall.
The Tigers, despite a hard-
fought game, were never able
to get the game going back in
their favored.
Union head coach Buddy
Nobles said, "I thought coach
(Bobby) Johns and them did a
good job preparing for the
game, obviously better than I
did our players."
Nobles said the 'Tiger
-players work hard during
practice, and that the loss
could not be attributed to lack
'of talent or work ethic, but
'rather lack of experience.
"We had a bunch of mental
mistakes' that a young .-. team"
makes," he said.
Leading in rushing and
passing for the Tigers was
Roberts.. He rushed for 4,1
yards oh 10 carries. while
completing 6-of-25 passes for
57 yards and two interceptions.
Brodie Ellis led in receiving


with 29 yards on three
receptions.
Next, the Tigers get a week
off before taking on District 4-
2B opponent P.K. Yonge on
'Friday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. in
Lake Butler.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 6 0 0 16-6
BCHS: 28 8 0 '6-42

Scoring Summary
U: Dukes 10 fumble return
(pass failed) .
B: Lee 28 run (Holton run)
B: Johns 4 run (pass failed)
B: Farmer 28 pass from Holton
(Moore run)
B: Farmer 35 run (pass failed)
B: Farmer 18 pass from Holton
(Johns run)
B: Ruise 30 run (run failed)


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a first-and-goal at the 4. ensuing ons
Covington would eventuallN drove 50 yai
cross the goal line from 3 score-a 5-y
yards out, putting the reception by
Tornadoes up 13-2 with 5:25 seconds remain
remaining in the half after a
failed two-point conversion.
Bradford recovered a fumble
on the ensuing kickoff and Score by Qua
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21-2. Beard, who had a 16- BHS: 7 14
yard reception on the drive,
scored on a 3-yard run. Brown Scoring Sumi
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conversion to send the V: Brown tac
Tornadoes into the locker zone for safety
room up by 19 points. B: Covington
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game, with Smith's run on the Punts
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composed of several golfers
who didn't play last year.
The Tigers capped the
regular season by defeating
Chiefland twice and !osing to
Williston.
.Against -Chiefland, Union
outshot the Indians 165-220
and 174-213. Osborne was the
leader for the Tigers in each


Devin Osborne


GOLF
Continued from p. 2C
exhibits a-calm demeanor on
. the course.
"He plays such consistent
golf," Emerson said of
Osborne, who finished with
the lowest score for the Tigers
in all but two of their 15,
regular season matches. "He
doesn't get rattled." .
The Region 2 boys and girls
tournaments will be played
Monday, Oct. 16, at Turkey
Creek Golf (Santa Fe is the-
host school). The boys
tournament begins at 8 a.m.
and the girls tournament
begins at I I a.m.
Only the top two teams and
top two individuals (regardless
of whether or not they're
members of the top two teams)
advance to the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals, which will be held
Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 24-
25, in Vero Beach.

Tigers place fifth in
team standings
The Union County boys
team wrapped up its season
with a fifth-place finish at the
District 4-A tournament. That
left the Tigers out of the
regional picture, but Emerson
was more than pleased with
the season the team had. The
Tigers finished the regular
season with a 17-4 record.
"I really thought it was
going to be a rebuilding, year"
Emerson said, alluding to the
fact that the team was .'


KEY
Continued from p. '7C

A win tomorrow night will
.certainly be huge for either
team, but as last year showed,
the loser still has.a chance to.
finish as district ruriner-up
with two more district games
remaining.
Bradford defeated Keystone
6-3 last year, but the
Tornadoes would go on to lose
their next two district games,
while the Indians won their
next two. Consequently, it was
Keystone that took second
place and advanced 10to the
playoffs.
That game between the
Indians and the Tornadoes last
year ended in bizarre fashion
after it appeared Keystone was
going to get the win.
Keystone's offense had the
ball and drove to the Bradford
30-yard line. but fumbled the
ball away with less than two
minutes remaining. Bradford


match .with scores of 38 anF-
42. Kris Bracewell and Tylsr
Osteen each shot a 41 in thel.
first match and a 43 in the
second match.
The Tigers then lost' to
Williston by 20 strokes, 164-
184. 'Osborne led the way with
a 42, while T.J. Good shot :A-'
45. -


recovered and graduate James
Jamison returned the ball. ti
the Keystone 32. :
Bradford, trailing 3-0, was.
forced to attempt a last-second"
field goal, 'which Keystone.
graduate Nick Salsbery:
blocked. It is a little confusing'
as to what happened afterward,'
but the end result was that-'
lineman Kyle Mercer, a senior
on this year's team, wound up'
o\ith the ball and crossed the'.
goal line f6r a game-winning'-
touchdown.
Mercer said a Keystone-
pla.er picked up the ball aftet!
the blocked field goal attempt
and tossed it toward him. Chc
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said the player in'-
question told him he did picl.k'
the ball up, but he then took A-
knee. Afterward, the played ,
supposedly tried to hand the-
ball to an official, who simply
let the ball fall to the ground. -
"I've never seen anything
like that," Bradford head coach
Chad Bankston said after the '
game. "It was unbelievable."
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ARTIST
Continued from p. 3C

-Sheila Crawford has been in
numerous professional artist
competitions since 1981.


CANCER
Continued from p. 2C

sIpport to the event. also
Helped. with an., awareness
lIncheon held in Bradford,
county in February
,,The e eni combined lunch
Sapd Vera Bradlec produce.,
spld locally by Dimple
SOverstreect of A&G Custom
Framing and Gifts. Twenlyv
pirccnl of Overstreet's sales.
I 'm the prior event and this
year's event, goes to breast,
cancer research.
,"Breast cancer is the most-
cpmmon type of cancer among
women in the U.S.," Tatum
said.
"If one person makes an
appointment (for &


Some of her most recent
meritorious juried competitions
were Images: A Festival of the
Arts, 2006 George E. Musson
Award, Winter Park Sidewalk
Art Festival, 2006 Award o,f
Merit, Tarpon Spring Art on the
Bayou, 2006 Award of
Excellence, Melbourne Arts.


mammogram) after today, it's
worth it."
Tatum said it was nice to
have October as Breast Cancer
Awareness Month, but it
wasn't enough.
"We appreciate that, but
there are 11 other months in
the year, and we're not going
to forget it," she said.
Another guest speaker was
Dr. Sheryl Hayes, who %was
Tatum's radiologist during her
bout with breast cancer.
Hayes said 220,000 women
will be diagnosed with breast
cancer this year, and 40,000
will die.
Self exams and early
detection can help lower these
numbers, she said. Research.
funded by events like the
luncheon, will also bring about
change. .


Festival 2006, ,Second Place; College, Central Florida Ohio. display this Saturday and
Other Media. Community College, and the You can meet and see Sheila 'SSunday at the SFCC Starke Fall
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Crawford include the Deland
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Museum of Art in Lakeland, the
Harn Museum in Gainesville,"
Daytona Beach Community L.#I.


Other speakers included
Bryn Warner from the
American Cancer Society and
ROCK 104 of Gainesville.
The cancer walk will start
this Saturday, Oct. 14, in
Gaines% ille at Northeast Park
and continue through the duck
pond area.
*Woodington said area
residents should get involved.
She has even sparked the
interest of the Union County
High School cheerleading
squads of which she is a coach.
The majority of the JV and
varsity cheerleading squads.
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