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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 2006
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Thursday, Oct. 19, 2006


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leads to
voluntary
burn ban
Due to the continued extremely
dry conditions and the low levels
of soil and ground cover moisture.
the Bradford County Emergency
Management Department has issued
a voluntary burn ban for all outdoor
fires.
This voluntary burn ban covers
unnecessary open-fire burning,
including any outdoor fire, fires in pits
and barrels, and charcoal grill fires.
The ban does not include covered
natural gas grills and smokers.
Emergency management officials
commend citizens for their patience
and their diligence in preventing
wildfires. Every one should continue
to take appropriate measures to
reduce the threat posed by wildfires
to their homes or businesses by
clearing brush. etc.
For more information, contact
Emergency Management Director
Brian Johns as (904') 966-6337.

Health career
fair today at
Shands Starke
Santa Fe Communit:, College
Andrews Center and Shands 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., today. Thursday. Oct. 19. from I
a.m. to I p.m.
In addition, there ill be an e' ening
"orum T rii 6:30-"-'8:0p'.n. 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
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begins Monday
Early', voting for -the general
election begins Monday'. Ot. 23, and
continues through Saturday, Nov. 4.
Voters can visit the special building
set up on the north side of the
courthouse between 8:30 a.m. and
4:30 p.m.. Monday through Saturday.
to cast their ballots for the Tuesday,
No\. 7, election.
Voters should bring photo and
signature identification with them.


about new fee impact


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
.Telegraph Editor
A sparsely attended %workshop
between County Manager Jim
Crawford and local business leaders
nevertheless raised important
questions about the proposed
implementation of impact fees in the
county.
The chamber of commerce's Linda
Tatum wanted to know %whether or
not impact fees-designed to pay for
the impact of new growth on roads,
schools, etc.-would actually stifle
new grow th.


Tatum. a chamber member w hose
family owns a local limber company
and the. local country club, said she
wasn't against impact fees. just a
$10,000 one, referring to the $10,245
impact fee recommended for each
new single-family detached home
built in Bradford County.
Tatum said she didn't %%ant to see
the county damaged b\ imposing fees
so costly they would arrest growth.
The county manager said the other
side of that coin is that it will be
forced to prohibit grow th if the county
See FEES, p. 3A


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Most families do a lot of things
together. They work together to
maintain their household. They tra' -
el together on actionss or to visit
relatives. They eat meals together
and discuss both the triumphs and
problems each member had that day.
Families also learn together and
the Governor's Family Literacy Ini-
tiative is aimed at fostering in fami-
lies a passion for learning and help-
ing each other to achieve.
Last year, the initiative funded
approximately 30 programs to pro-
mote family literacy in Florida. Of
that 30 funded that first year, the
top 12 were chosen to be funded
for additional funding. Bradford
County s program was one of" ie '_ '
chosen as the best programs being
offered in the state.
Because of that, the Bradford
program was awarded a three-year
grant with 2006-2007 as the first
year.
The Bradford program is admin-
istered through Communities in
Schools -of Bradford Count\. Jim
Lewis coordinates the program for
CIS.
"The idea behind working \ith
families and providing opportuni-
ties for them to learn together is
so that the parents are more aw are
of how their children learn," said
Lewis. "Parents should recognize
that they are their children's first
and most important teachers."
The program offers education
for both parent and child and runs
for 11 weeks on Tuesda\ s and Thurs-


Accident takes young life

Starke family suffers tragedy


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A 4-year-old died Tuesday from
injuries sustained % hen the child was
struck b\ a vehicle pulling into the
dri\ e ay of a home on Adkins Street
in Starke.
EMS Medic 4 personnel %%ere
already on scene treating the child
%hen the Starke Police Department
responded Tuesday evening,
according to a report released by Lt.
Barrn Warren. The child %\as rushed
to Shands, UF but died within n the
hour.
Warren said Major Jeff Johnson


conducted the investigation at the
scene. The child's father, 30-year-old
Ronnie M. Reagan, was returning
home in his Dodge SUV when he
made a right turn into the driveway
and hit the child.
Police Chief -Gordon Smith
responded to the scene and to Shands
U F.
"This was a tragic accident
that no parent should ever have
to experience," Smith said. "My
prayers are with the family tonight
and throughout this trying time that
the entire family is experiencing."
Smith confirmed that no charges
w would be filed against Reagan.


Teacher Erica Johns reads to little James Knights while his mom
works with other parents on adult education curriculum.


classes, or Adult Basic Education
classes, the children receive tutor-
ing that is appropriate to their grade
level.
Then the parent and child are
brought together to participate in
parenting classes that give tips to
parents on how to help their children
do better in school, modify their
behavior, etc. The parent and child
work together on the learning tasks
Assigned during that time.
"We help the parent learn how to
work with their children at home to
produce better students and better
life-long learners," said Lewis.
CIS provides transportation to and .
from the program classes and will
also pay the fee for the parents to
.'. 'e'ih'i GED if they successfully
complete the program.- .
Parents participating in the classes
get free child care services for
their children while they are in
class. Of.. course, the children
also receive education serve ices
and are then reunited with the
parents for the parenting class
.- x... portion of the program.
There are currently 13
families participating, but the
.program has room for 25, so
interested parents- should-call
(904) 964-7776 and talk to
Lewis or (904) 966-6034 and
talk to Cindy Devalerio.
Linda Rudoi teaches the
GED preparatory class that
is one of the classes offered
to the parents. She said,
See LITERACY, p. 4A


Trick or treat
set for Oct. 28
To coincide with the Grea
Pumpkin Escape in downtown
Starke, the Starke City Commission
has designated Saturday. Oct..28; as
the'official night to trick or treat in
the city.
The Great Pumpkin Escape is
sponsored by the Dow ntown Busines'
Community Association and will be
spread out in the do% ntown area ot
Call, Walnut and Thompson streets
from,5-9 p.m.


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Starke commission chooses its new manager


. BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor'


The Starke City Commission
I unanimously named a new manager
for the city, although discussion
leading up to the decision revealed
s dissenting opinions.
e Following up on its investment of
e temporary management authority in
s : employee Ricky Thompson several
months ago. the board promoted
Thompson from project director
to operations manager on Tuesday
night.
The position of operations manager.
formerly held by Jerry' Wadswortnh,
and Bill Weldon before him, has not,
been filled since Wadsworth retired.
Instead, the commission created the
position of city manager.
Thompson was not given the title
of city manager since the minimum
requirements as spelled out by
ordinance require a four-year degree.
What he lacks in college education,
however, he makes up for in years
of experience for the city and the
confidence of commissioners who


agree he's done a commendable
job in managing the city since the
departure of Ken Sauer, the former
city manager.
While it couldn't assign the city
manager title without changing its
ordinance, the commission did move
to place,all.of the duties associated
with the position of city manager
.under the job description of the
operations manager.
Though she ultimately voted with
the rest of the commission, Mayor
Caroly n Spooner opposed any move
that would preclude the city from
hiring someone with the title of city
manager in the near future. She saw
that move as necessary to move the
city forward.
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
said Thompson had done a "fantastic
job" as acting city manager and it
was time to give him a title that didn't
include the word--- "acting." It was
through research that he discovered
the operations manager alternative,
he said.
See MANAGE, p. 3A


Operations Manager Ricky Thompson


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(Above left) The Fernandina Beach Shrine Club
prepares for take off. (Above right) Lake Butler resident
Debbie Boone with sons Devin and Nathan scan the
photography of Ross Jeffries. (Below right) Justin Core
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FEES
Continued from p. 1A

can't afford to pay for growth's
impact on infrastructure.
Tatum mentioned those
struggling to. save to build a"
new home, or even purchase
a new mobile home,-but
Crawford turned the county's
impact feestddy -tb show,,.th'hti
each one of those new mobile
homes would have an average
of 1.6. children. Add 24 new
mobile homes to the county,.
and you're also talking about
adding a new classroom to the
school system, he said.
It is that impact that the
proposed fees are meant to
offset, relieving the burden .on
taxpayers in general by asking
those responsible for the growth
to pay for its impact.
Crawford pointed to studies
performed by the state to-say
that impact fees have not
hampered growth in 39 other
counties, but Tatum asked
what those other 39 counties
were charging and how that
compared to the fees proposed
for Bradford County.
Crawford said that's an
apples-toporanges comparison.
Pointing out that a county
charges a lower impact fee for
roads or does not collect an
impact fee for schools does
not show where that county is"
getting the additional money
it needs to fund those areas-
usually through higher property,
gas or sales taxes.
All counties are being held to
the same standards for growth
management as laid out by the
Legislature. How they meet
those standards is up, to them.
Pay for the impact caused by
growth or do not grow is, in a
nutshell, what the state wants-
and, to the surprise of those
present, that even includes
shifting more and more of the
cost of building schools from
the state to counties.
The question of just how
much the county could expect
to grow over the next few years
was also raised. Just back from
a builder's conference, real
estate agent Charleen Gathright
said the market isn't what it
was just last year. Developers
who have built homes in other
areas, including Gainesville
and Jacksonville, are resorting
to deep discounts to sell the
homes and are even putting
tenants into homes that can't.
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She said she wasn't sure
there would be people to fill the
homes developers have talked
about building in Bradford
County. And while last year
may ha\ e been the biggest year
for real estate in the county that
local agents -have ever seen,
Gathright said prospectors who
purchased all of that land are
finding themselves unable to
turn around 4nd sell it off and
will' have to. hold onto'it fdr a,
while.
Although a number
of developments have been
discussed, there isn't yet
much evidence beyond recent
annexations and rezonings that
hundreds or thousands of homes
will be built in the county.
Even without those
developments, Crawford said
the county is on track to add
another 200 homes by the
end of the year. With more
residents moving into Florida
every day and more residents
from South Florida moving
farther north, there ill be more
people locating here, Crawford
predicted, because of "the
proximity to Gainesville and
Jacksonville, the presence of a
major university and hospital
system, the availability of land,
'and the lower hurricane risk.,
Admitting he didn't know if
all of the proposed subdivisions


would materialize, Crawford
pointed out that Starke's
population could double in just
a few %years if they-do.
County Chairman John
Waynie Hersey added that
even if those developments
remain years in the future,
adding 200 homes a year in the
meantime and not preparing
for the eventual impact of morp
., development would put the
county even further behind the
curve. :'
Gathright agreed' it would
be a shame to let the large
-developers whose projects will
have the most impact on the
county off the hook when' it
comes to paying for the cost of
that impact, but she was also
concerned about individuals
struggling to build new homes.
According to Gathright, a
$10,000 impact fee could add
$70-$80 a month' to the life
of a' mortgage under today's
interest rate. That's a significant
amount to those seeking
affordable housing, she said.
Those borrow ing funds through
the county's S.H.I.P. program
may I o use 'that money
to pay the county's impact fee
instead of a down payment on
their new home.
Again, Crawford said a state
study revealed no negative
impact on affordable housing.


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Counties can establish funds to
help pay impact fees for those
who show need, and there is
a possibility that the county.
will cover the cost for those
who participate in the S.H.I.P.
program.
ChambermemberSteve Futch
.said it could become easier to
sell existing homes, although
Gathright was worried about
the, energy, efficiency of those
older homes, which result in
higher utility bills for residents.
She said she was encouraged to
learn that tearing down an older
home and, replacing it with a
newer, more energy efficient
one would result in no impact
fee, since the impact of building
one home is negated by tearing
down an older one.
r The option of phasing impact
fees in by category over four or
five years has been discussed,
but Crawford said the county
commissioners have not made
up their minds about the impact
fee schedule or the timing to
impose it. Such a decision won't
be reached until it has' held two
public hearings and taken into
consideration the input of those
who comment there.


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Hearing ambivalence about
his qualifications. Thompson
said he's been doing the job
of ihe project director and the
city manager for nearly\ seven
months.
"There was no doubt in min
mind I could do it." he said.
"There's still no doubt. Because
I don't have a degree. thai
doesn't affect my performance
in the least. The citl has run
like a clock for the past sit and
hall. seven months. I'm \ern
confident I'can run this cil.'"
Membehrsol'the public present
applauded. and ('olntlis,.ioner
Tra is Woods asked Sponier
\ lit the city needed to hire
,tnotheci manager %when ii had
*.oniIone there doing lihe job.
While the other
commissioners were supportive
of Thompson carrying out the
city manager's duties under
the title of operations manager,
Spooner said the city's long-
term goals and growth required
having a city manager.


A frustrated Commissioner
Wilbur Waters said if that "as
the case. then the connmmission
could amend the cil\ manager
ordinance. drop the degree
requirement and make
Thompson cit% manager.
"You all are blowing m\.
mind on this issue," Waters
said. "He's doing the job now
.ts cit. manager."
Once Thompson had been
made operations manager, he
was assigned the duties oif the
city manager.
A list of Thompson's
accomplishments since April
was included in a recent packet
distributed to commissioners.
Among those accomplishmeils
.are completed, ongoing and
Ifulure upgrades to the cil\'s
electric s Ilemi. lie.l >o workedd
clocel. "nih the 'city clerk
;and police chiel to present a-
hal,.iced hndget % itlh $500t).((000
in needed capital outlay.
Thompson also revised the
city's personnel rules, drug
policy, job descriptions and
pay scales, and he presented
a proposal to reduce overtime
and save the city nearly $40,000
annually.


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LITERACY
Continued from p. 1A

"This whole program is geared
toward success. The parents are
learning and the children get to
see their parents in school. That
impresses the importance of
education on the children."
Rudoi said she enjoy s teach-
ing the class because the par-
ents are such good students,
"These parents have made sac-
rifices in order to be able, to-
participate in this class, even
thotigh the Rainbow Center is
very accommodating to their
needs," she said. "These are
highly motivated students."
Lewis said last -year'spEro-
-grantwas very successful. Both
parents and children showed
gains on assessment tests given
at the completion of the pro-,
gram. "This is a good pro-'
gram," said Lewis. "It's a ter-.
rific concept."
Devalerio said a program to
provide families % iLh an oppor-
tunity to improve their literacy


togetbher has-been -gpoil of, the
organizers for 'several years.
The governor's initiative pro-
vided the funding to make it
happen. The governor's initia-
tive provides $43,000 to. fund
three 11-week sessions of the
program for a year. That-pro-
vides, funding for transport.
tion, teachers, child care staff,
test fees, etc.
CIS has to match that amount
with a 10 percent contribution
of its own. The money for the
match was donated by local--
organizations and businesses.
Rotary, Kianis, Altrusa, CMC
Metals of Starke, the Bradford
County Education Foundation,
Scott Roberts Insurance, Madi-
son Street-Baptist Church and
'-some individual donors pro\ id-
ed the matching funds for this
year's program. The Bradford
County School Board provided
* the Rainbow Center as a facil-
ity for the program to use and
the Bradford County Public
Library pro ides a %variety of
additional services needed bN
the program.


,. is iNs currently working
to raise the matching funds for
the next two years of the grant.
Devalerio said the program
is designed .to remove any bar-
riers that exist for parents who
want to get their GED. That's
why child care and transporta-
tion are included in the pro-
Sgram.:
"We are trying to: meet the
needs of the whole family,"
she said. "Parents, can get their
GED, children receive educa-
tional services, parenting class-
es help the family work togeth-
er on learning and the parent
and child get educational time
together." -
Devalerio said the entire pro-
gram is free to the parents.
"All we ask of the family is
a personal commitment to the
program," she said.
Devalerio said the program's
funding is secured for three
years, but she hopes to find
additional funding to continue
it beyond that time. "This is a
great program," she said.


Muck fire choking Hampton residents


Overeaters
Anonymous
begins
meeting in
Starke
Compulsive overeaters are
invited to a new weekly meeting
of Overeaters Anonymous
beginning Wednesday, Oct. 18,
from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Shands
Starke. 922 E. Call St.
Overeaters Anonymous is
a 12-step program' patterned
after Alcoholics Anon\mous_


The program is for compulsive
overeaters who desire to stop
eating compulsively. It is not
a diet club. There are no dues,
-fees or weigh-ins. The only,
requirement for membership
is a- desire to stop eating
compulsively.
OA is not affiliated with any,
public or private organization,
political movement, ideology
or religious doctrine.
Founded in 1960 with three'
members, OA view s compulsi' e
overeating as a physical.
emotional and spiritual disease.
Members seek recovery on all
three leels abyfJollowing ifhe
t_2Lstep-program.


Who areyou



gonn0 a call? |


If your home were to catch fire...
Would you call a tree surgeon?


If you have a car with mechanical problems...
Would you want your doctor to do the work?


When you go to a Fast Food Drive-thru...
Does it teach you how the business is run?


Consider the candidates for school board...


While there'are currently six
OA meetings in Gairiesville and
one meeting in High Springs,
this is the first meeting in
Starke.
For information, contact
Sid at (978) 210-6340 .or the
Gainesville Hotline at (352)
491-5069. The group is on
the Web at wwiv.oanortheast
florida.com.


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Eduor
A muck fire burning tor,
weeks on sv ampy 'Griffin
Industries property in Hampton
is believed to be contained but
shows no signs it will stop
smoldering anytime soon..
The fire is contained on 15
to 20 acres, but the resulting
smoke is particularly bad in the
morning'w hen temperatures are
cool and when it mingles with
fog to make for particularly
unsafe dri\ ing conditions.
Diminished air quality is
taking its toll on Hampton
residents, although County
Forester Nicole Howard said
the only real danger was to those
with preexisting respiratory
problems like asthma.
/, One older Hampton. resident
grumbled about the smoke's
effect on her and her husband
during a'recent meeting,! saying
nothing would be done about
the fire until the city pressured
forestry officials.


"Smoke from the fire is,
choking Hampton residents.
and no one seems to care."
complained Ste e Israel,
another Hampton resident.
In fact, Howard said little
more could be done. than.
contain the fire to ;an isolated
area by digging lines around
the fire, an action that was
taken weeks ago.
A mixed group of volunteer
and forestry firefighters hale
been dousing the fire .for hours
each day with large sprinklers,
but without standing water,
all tlat can be done is to
work to prevent the fire from
developing into a: full-fledged
forest fire that would threaten
structures and other property,
officials say.
Muck is soil rich in organic
content that can ignite when
moisture levels drop. Muck
fires can exceed 500 degrees
and smolder for weeks until
they run out of fuel or hit Water.
They can result from w wildfires,
burning underground long after


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and a general magistrate handling over 8,000
court hearings. Steve Pennypacker has a
strong record of public service volunteering
thousands of hours benefiting our children in
North Florida. The choice is clear. Vote Steve
Pennypacker for Circuit Judge."
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the wildfire is extinguished,' or
can be caused by lightning, the
suspected cause of the Hampton
muck fire.
Muck fires often damage the
roots of trees, causing them
to tumble, as has been the
case on the acreage burning in
Hampton.
Heavv summer rains are
'weeks behind the county, and
a countywide volyntay, bum
ban was issued b5 emergency
management last -week- in
response to dry conditions.
On Tuesday, Bradford's
KBDI (drought) inde\ was 656
and climbing on a scale of 0-
800. Frequent but extinguished
brush fires can be attributed to
the weather. Scattered showers
were predicted for Tuesday
night and Wednesday, but a true
downpour would be needed to
extinguish a muck fire.
At least one accident earlier
this month was attributed to
low visibility caused b) the
smoke from the muck fire.


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Starke Elementary School named 33 students as Terrific Kids for the month of
September. Pictured (in no particular order), along with Kiwanis Club of Starke
members Bobby Carter, Bob Milner and Brad Carter, are: Albany Mosley, J'Cobi
Harris, Kourtnie Williams, Kyla Vigilant, Dustin Addison, Hueston Morrell, Simone
Hudson, Michael Marrero, Allie Norman, Kelsie Vann, James Cavin, Austen Padgett,
Zahriah Collins, Jimea Tyson, Dawson Watson, Brittany Sellers, James Kulbacki,
Thomas Allen, Stephanie Wood, Megan Morgan, Jeterica Cruger, Marissa Alford,
Deja Baker, Nicole Shevin, Mariah Wilcox, Brandon McDaniel, Dustin Lauramore,
Jade Newman, Chelsey Collins and Nicholas Lamore. Not pictured: Diamon Bass,
Jamescya Pringle and Janna Burkhalter.


Library staff will display Halloween pumpkins


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CHURCHI


Madison Street Baptist p.m. On Sunday, Oct. 22, lawtey.com.
Church will be hosting a fall special services will be held at
festival, "Heroes Unmasked," 8:30 and 11 a.m. At the II a.m. Community Church of
on Tuesday, Oct. 31, at service, the True Vine family Brooker will have a gospel sing
Bradford Middle School from will recognize some of the Cavaliers from
6-8:30 p.m. No costumes c. community's finest leaders. Perry on Saturday, Oct. 21,
please. Dinner will also be served. beginning at 7 p.m. For '
information contact pastor
Pleasant Grove Missionary New Covenant Baptist George Dyal at (386) 496-2805.
Baptist Church in the Ministries invites the public to
Speedville community and the an appreciation service and first East Coast Ministers and
Rev. James F. Jones, pastor, anniversary celebration for Deacons Union, auxiliary to
announce that the 116th pastor Isaac P. and sister Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist
homecoming day scheduled for Rosemary Brantley on Sunday, Association, will convene with
Sunday, Oct. 22, has been Oct. 29, 11 a.m., with guest Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
canceled, church, Travelers Rest of Church in Starke Tuesday.
Atlanta and the Rev. J.W. Wednesday and Thursday, Oct.
ML Zion A.M.E. Church of Warren of Starke at 3:30 p.m. 25-27, and Sunday. Oct. 29.
Lawtey will sponsor a concert Dinner will be served following The Rev. James N. Wilcox is
featuring Ben and Jewel the morning worship service. pastor. Call (904) 964-6681 for
Tankerd on Friday, Oct. 20, at 7 information.
p.m. at Bradford High School. Walk By Faith Church
The public is invited. Ministries and Faith Walk St Edward Catholic Church
Outreach will have a- "'Taking will celebrate its 65th
River of Life Church of God, Back the Devil's Night" service anniversary on Saturday and
across from the fairgrounds in beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21 and 22.
Starke, will have its fall bazaar Tuesday, Oct. 31. Speaker for Saturday Mass will. be at 5 p.m.
and craft show Friday and the evening is prophet Toby followed by dinner in the social
Saturday, Oct. 20 and 21. Friday Ellison from Wauchula. hall. Sunday morning Mass will
hours are 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Also the dedication service, be at 9 a.m. and will be
Saturday hours are 8 a.m. until originally planned for Oct. 15- followed by a homemade
2 p.m. Hot harvest muffins will 22, has been postponed until breakfast and the Bishop's town
be available Friday morning and Jan. 14-28, 2007. hall meeting. The public is
soup and sandwiches will be invited.
available for lunch on both Keystone UMW presents
days. There will be a wide Christmas Made in Keystone on True Vine Ministry will be
variety of crafts and food items Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 and hosting Harvest Night 2006 on
for sale. Admission is free and 4, 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., in the Wednesday, Oct. 25 from 7:00-
door prizes will be awarded MMC building at the church, 8:30 p.m. Please no costumes or
hourly. For information, call 4004 S.R. 21. The event offers painted faces. The church is
(904) 964-8835. food and crafts and door prizes, located at 422 N. St. Clair St.
Breakfast is available and a For more information call (904)
True V'ine Ministry will be chicken lunch or dinner will be 964-9264. There is no
celebrating 17 years in ministry offered for $6 to eat-in or take admission and the public is
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 21- out. The public is invited, invited.
22. This year's theme is:
Entering New Dimensions in Evergreen Baptist Church, Highland First Baptist
2006: Reflecting on the 8025 N.W. C.R. 125 in Lawtey, Church, 1409 U.S. 301 N. in
Journey. On Saturday. Oct. 21, will host the Dixie Echoes in Lawtey, will host a concert by
the weekend will commence concert on Friday, Nov. 3, 7 Once Forgiven (formerly New
with a communitywide fish fry p.m. The public is invited. For Gathering) followed by dinner
at the Thomas Street Park, information call (904) 782- on the grounds on Sunday, Oct.
behind T.H.E. Apts, from 2-5 3717, or visit www.ebc- 29, at 11 a.m. Call (904) 289-
9798 for information.


The Bradford County Public Library staff will display decorated pumpkins throughout
the month of October. This year's theme was favorite book characters. Pictured (1-r)
are Chrisoundra McNeal (Better Homes and Gardens Halloween Decorations), Diane
Gaskins (Insomnia by Stephen King), Lenny Reagan (Scary, Scary Halloween by Jan
Brett), Cyndy Weeks (The Red Hat Society by Haywood Smith), Debbie Geiger
(Haunted by Tamara Thorne) and Ethel White (Miss Mary Mack by Mary Ann
Hoberman).
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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.
,r Patriot's Pen gives sixth-,
'seyenth- 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 1016 will 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.
MDepartment winners will
-compete for $75,000 in U.S.
'Savings Bonds at the national
!-Ilevel, with the winner
-receiving. a. $10.000 U.S.


Savings Bond during a
ceremony in Washington, D.C.
The Voice of Democracy
Competition provides ninth-
through 12-grade students (and
home-schooled counterparts)
the opportunity to write and
record a broadcast script on a
patriotic theme.
This year's theme is,
"Freedom's Challenge."
Post 1016 will award its
winner a $100 U.S. Savings
bond, and forward the winning
entry for competition at the
district level. Winners advance
as they do for Patriot's Pen.
Department winners are
brought to Washington, D.C.,
to 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. I.
For rules and applications,
call Peace at (904) 368-0447,
or visit the VFW Web site, :
www.vffw.org.
SFrom 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).


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PUBLIC NOTICE
LAWTEY CITY ELECTION
QUALIFYING FOR THE
FOUR YEAR TERMS OF:
CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP (2)
CITY COMMISSIONER GROUP (4)
Qualifying will take place at the Lawtey City Hall,
Beginning at noon, October 23, 2006, ending at noon,
October 27, 2006. Voting registration ends at 5 p.m.,
November 7, 2006. Election day is December 5, 2006.


A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for those who suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or (904) 782-3086 for
information.


VFW ladies
auxiliary to
meet Oct. 19
VFW ladies auxiliary will
meet on Thursday, Oct. 19, at
6:30 p.m. There will be a
spaghetti dinner and Statue of
Liberty tribute birthday party.
New members are invited. The
post is behind the scrapbook
store off:U ,S, 3Ql, i.. ,..
The meeting will also cover
the Great Pumpkin Escape
booth, the Charlie Daniels
event and the Voice of
Democracy and Patriots Pen
contests.
Plans are also under way for
a king and queen poppy contest
with the winner to ride in the
annual Starke Christmas
parade.


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The Alachua County'
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free.
mammograms and annual pap
smears to women 50 and older who
have little or no health insurance.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 am.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;
Friday, 8:30 I1 a.m. ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.


138 E. Call St, Starke, FL ,
904/964-4420
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Happy Birthday
Joshua Wayne Griffis
No matter what they call you,
you will always be a Griffis.
Happy Birthday!
From Mama and Daddy
arid always remember.
.. .. we love you.


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The Lawtey Recreation Board
meets on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7 p.m.

Happy Birthday,
Jordan
Go get 'em Tiger!


Love 5.lways,
.Mommy, 'Daddq,
Chalin, Anidre and'fohnnie

Haley
Happy Birthday To a
Very Special Granddaughter!


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Oct. 22, 2006


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BHS counselors provide advice and direction


BY ANDREW NORMAN
Bradford High School
This year at Bradford High
School, many positions' were
filled by nevi faces. In fact
almost half the staff this year.is
new to BHS.
The students an(d faculty at
Bradford High are growing
together to make Bradford
the best it's ever been. Two
positions that were filled this
N ear w ere the school's guidance
office. '
Angie Story and Spencer
Terpstra are this Near's ne"
guidance counselors.
"1 knew there was an opening
for the job so I applied with
hopes of getting it," said Story.
Terpstra got his job from
Randy Whystell, the Bradford
High principal .
"Mr. Whystell offered the job
and I gladly accepted," Terpstra
said.
The job of being a guidance
counselor requires them to
scheduleclasses forth students,
perform required credit checks,
sign students up for Florida
, Virtual School and just make
sure the kids graduate.
"I love my job. I enjoy
interacting with the students,
and helping them make major
life decisions with their
schooling," Story said.
"I like working with the
people, and the age group that
I work around. I like ma job
because it provides %ariet\.
i er)da I am doing something
different," said Terpstra.
Both have families that
support them in their jobs.
Stor) 's husband, Deac, works at
the high school as an intensive


Eugene L. Matthews
Bradford County
Historical Museum, 201 E.


Hampton Fall
Carnival is
Oct. 2 1
The city of Hampton and
its volunteer fire department
is sponsoring a Fall Carnival
at Hampton City Park on
Saturday, Oct. 21, from noon
to 5 p.m.
There will be, free games
(including a moonwalk),
entertainment by Doug
Williamson, face paining and.
a martial arts demonstration by
'World Martial Arts Academy
of Hawthorne. Stardiist
the Magician "'ill appear
compliments of Oriental Buffet ,
of Starke.
Some free costumes-for,
six-month-olds to size six-.
will be available.
Donationsfrom the cakewalk
and sales at the counir) store
Srun by Charles and Jane Hall'
will benefit the Hampton
Parents Athletic, Association.
To arrange for cake donations
or to donate items for sale at
the store, call (352) 468-1201
or (352) 475-6333.
Proceeds from food sales,
compliments of Schwan's


Home Service, will benefit n,
the Hampton Volunteer Fire'-"
Department. The menu includes i
barbecue chicken dinners foPW
$5, and hot dogs and drinks
will be 50 cents. Ice cream will
be free.

Focus on the
future
If N ou are 35 years or older-
and ha\e lost financial support,
the Displaced Homemaker-.
Program can help )ou make the'
transition to the job market. --
Free classes and %workshops-
are offered monthly. The next
class begins on Monda). Oct.-,
30.
Displaced homemakers can
develop self-sufficiency and-'-
confidence, learn job search
and interview skills, create a
master application and resume,;
and gain basic computer skills,
w while finding supportive-"
friends. There are even special-'
topic workshops covering
health care, legal and employer-.
issues.
Call the Displaced-
Homemaker Program at Santa.
Fe Community College at (352)"
395-5047 to make an intake
screening appointment.


Bradford High guidance counselors Angie Story and Spencer Terpstra


reading teacher. Stor jokingly
admitted that one of the reasons
she wanted to come to the high
school "as to %work along with
her husband.
It is clear that both StorN and
Terpstra enjoN being around and
helping high school students
make school-related decisions.
They are there to gi\e students
advice. One piece of ad\ ice
both of them have for seniors is
to apply for colleges early and


Call St. in Starke. offers a unique
blend of sophisticated text and
photographs on display panels


keep sour options open.
Stor N's saying for all students
is. "Make it happen."
Studtits definitelN believe
this sear is running smoothlN.
Brittanee Green said. "The last
couple of N ears ha' e been rocks
with all the administrators
coming and going. This Near
things seem to be much more
organized and things are getting
done.
"I \was concerned for mN


and a %wealth of exhibits of
"downhome" artifacts. Museum
hours are Tuesday-FridaN. 1-5


senior sear to be a good year.
and I honestly\ can sa) that I
ha% e no complaints so far."
Jerrica Re\els. also a senior
at BHS, said. "I really\ like
how the school is being ran
this Near. I feel that I can really
relh on the administration to
do their job to the best of their
ability. I feel like the students
are being treated well and that
this is going to be very good
this Near."

p.m., and weekends by
appointment. For information
call (904) 964-4604 or (904)
964-5382


Don't miss the th awards dinner
nwnrdc1.inn.4


Don't miss Ihe Best Places To Work
Awards Dinner for all businesses that
participated in Ihe Best Places to Work
sur-ey conducted by Norlh Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce and
Florida Works.
The dinner, which will be held Thursday.
Oct.-26, willf-'re'cognize Ihe winners'dof he
surxev and promote business in our region.
GerrN Hoeffner will be the speaker for the
evening and awards will.be presented by
the Chairman of the Chamber, Brad Carier.
The Best Places dinner ,\ ill be held at the
Conference Center in Starke located at
1610 Norlh Temple Ave.
Sponsors for the Best:Places To Work are
North Florida Regional Chamber of
i Commerce, Ithe Bradford County
Development Authority and FloridaWorks.


TR I -COUN TY

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NFRCC chairman, Brad Carter, presents an award to Land Title owners, Lynn and
Rick Sullivan, for hosting the October BASH.


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MARK YOUR


S- CALENDAR
S-MEETING BRADFORD TOURIST
S.- DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL


When:
Where:
Time:


Thursday, Oct. '19
NFRCC Boardroom
12 Noon
STARKE ,


FRONT LINE LUNCH
When:' Monday, Oct. 23
Time: 12 Noon
Where: Western Steer Steak House
Sponsorship: Xerox
STARKE

MEETING BOARD OF GOVERNORS


When:
Time:
Where:


Thursday, Oct. 26
12 Noon
Capital City Community Room
STARKE


THANKS TO BILL ADAMS CHEVROLET for sponsoring the October Cruz-in Car Show.


When:
Time:
Where:


Thursday, Oct. 26
6-9 p.m.
Conference Center
STARKE


NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION
OF TAX ROLL
PURSUANT TO SECTION 193.122, FLORIDA
STATUTES, JIMMY ALVAREZ, PROPERTY
APPRAISER FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
HEREBY GIVES NOTICE THAT THE 2006 TAX
ROLLS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY WERE
CERTIFIED TO THE TAX COLLECTOR ON
THE 13TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2006, FOR THE
COLLECTION OF TAXES.
JIMMY ALVAREZ
PROPERTY APPRAISER


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7 p.m., atommunity
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27.
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ILLEGALS





IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
File Number 04-2006-CP-0101
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
By: 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 certwicate.fr,a tax geed
itoY laha4i,.l iwnn.Ttrracrttfifate


t% r an ance"Nhe
description o 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 foot 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 to the Southerly boundary
of the right-of-way of County Road
225 (formerly State Road S-225);
thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes,
19 seconds East, along said
Southerly boundary, 405.77 feet to the
centerline of an existing road for the
Point of Beginning (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 tying 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, 438.28 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 c, .aid SE 1/4 of NE 1:4 and
the end ol --,d centerline (last said
iron rod t .ig located 15.00 feet
Northerly o; he Southeast corner of
said SE 1/4 of NE 1/4).
NAME IN WHICH ACCESSED
June C Rice.
Said property being in the County ol
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
S such certificates shall be redeemed
according to the law, the property


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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 tis proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9/28 4tchg 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
asfollows:
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 beinin 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.
9/28 4tchg. 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 1/4 of Section 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 :East,
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 described
run Southeasterly at right angles to
said right-of-way line a distance of
330 feet, thence run Northeasterly
. parallel to said right-of-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 Poin 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.,
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 with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
9/28.4tchg. 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 IN WHICH ACCESSED-
George Goetzman 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.,
Friday, the 271h 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 with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
a284tWhg. 10/19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 206-272-CA
NORITA V. DAVIS and STEFAN M.
DAVIS, SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE
OF THE RONNIE C. DAVIS
REVOCABLE UVING TRUST
DATED 02/03/03,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM L. TYLER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF WILUAM 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, I
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.
WITNESS my hand and official seal .
of said Court this 4th day of October,
2006.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of Court
BY: Carol Williams
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance...
Please contact' :'the -'Court.;,.
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 voice
impaired call (800) 955-8770.
BEVIN G. RICH
1418 NW 6th Street
Post Office Box 1025
(352) 376-3201
Gainesville, FL 32602
Florda Bar # 143762
Attomey for Plaintiff
10/122tchg. 10/19
NOTICE OF SALE
FORECLOSURE SALE
.SPRATLIN TOWING AND
RECOVERY,NC. GIVES NOTICE
OF FORECLOSURE OF LIEN AND
INTENT TO SELL THE
FOLLOWING VEHICLES ON NOV.
22,2006,,AT 10:00 A.M. AT 18536 W.
U.S. HWY. 301 N., STARKE, FLA.
PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION
713.78 OF FLORIDA STATUTES.
SPRATLIN TOWING RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR


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RECORDS BOOK 179, PAGE 565
REJECT ANY AND ALL BIDS. OF THE -PUBLIC RECORDS OF
1995 Dodge ALACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA.
Vin#1B7FL26Y6SS733978 TOGETHER WITH A 1998
2004 Ford F-150 DOUBLEWIDE SKYLINE MOBILE
Vin # 1FTRX12W64NA79726 HOME VIN# S 46610748KA AND
10/19 2tchg. 1026 46610748KB.
N C SE Any person.claiming an interest in the
NOTICE OF SALE surplus from the sale, if any, other
SPRATLIN TOWING AND than the property owner as of the date
RECOVERY, INC. GIVES NOTICE of the lis pendens must file a claim
OF FORECLOSURE OF LIEN AND within 60 days after the sale. :.
INTENT TO SELL "THE Dated this 12th day of October, 2006.
FOLLOWING VEHICLES ON NOV. RAY NORMAN.
23,2006, AT 10:00 A.M. AT 18536 W. Clerk of the Circuit Cour
U.S. HWY. 301 N., STARKE, FLA. By: Carol Williams
PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION Deputy Clerk
713.78 OF FLORIDA STATUTES. THE LAW OFFICES OF
SPRATLIN TOWING RESERVES DAVIDJ. STERN, P.A, ATTORNEY
THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR FOR PLAINTIFF
REJECT ANV AND ALL BIDS. 801 S. University Drive, Suite 500
2000 Nissan Frontier Plantation, FL 33324
Vin if 1N6DDZ6S9YC413536 (954)233-8000
2006 Harley Davison IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
Vin # 1HD1CWP456K461844 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
10/192tchg. 10/26 ACT, persons with disabilities
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH needing a special accommodation
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE should contact COURT
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ADMINISTRATION, at the
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, BRADFORD County Courthouse at,
FLORIDA 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
GENERAL JURISDICTION 8770,via Florida Relay Service.
DIVISION 10/19 2tchg. 10/26
CASE NO: 06-341
NETBANK, AS SUCCESSOR IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTEREST TO RBMG, INC. 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
PLAINTIFF FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
VS. FLORIDA
LUCIAN P BRADLEY. III A/K/A CASE NO. 05 -CA-241
L.P BRADLEY, III IF LIVING, AND IF CIVIL DIVISION
DEAD,THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE FRANKLIN CREDIT
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, MANAGEMENT CORPORATION
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, Plaintiff,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND vs.
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING KEVIN SIMMONS; TONYA L.
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, SIMMONS; UNKNOWN
UNDER OR AGAINST LUCIAN P. PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
BRADLEY, III A/K/A LP. BRADLEY, THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; BANK
III; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ONE FINANCIAL; FORD MOTOR
LUCIAN P. BRADLEY, III A/K/A LP. CREDIT COMPANY;
BRADLEY, III IF ANY; FLORIDA WASHINGTON MUTUAL
CREDIT UNION; JOHN DOE AND FINANCE; UNITED STATES OF
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN AMERICA; PREMIUM ASSET
TENANTS IN POSSESSION RECOVERY CORPORATION
DEFENDANT(S) Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
FORECLOSURE SALE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final pursuant to a Judgment of
Judgment of Foreclosure dated Oct. Foreclosure dated October 11, 2006,
11,2006 entered in Civil Case No. and entered in Case No.05-CA-241,
06-341 of the Circuit Court of the 8th of ,the Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial
Judicial Circuit in and for Circuit in and for Bradford County,
BRADFORD County, Starke, Florida Florida. FRANKLIN CREDIT
I will sell to the highest and best MANAGEMENT CORPORATION,
bidder for cash in the LOBBY of the is Plaintiff, and KEVIN SIMMONS;
BRADFORD County Courthouse TONYA L. SIMMONS; UNKNOWN
located at 945 North Temple Avenue PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF
in Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; BANK
the 9th day of November, 2006, the ONE FINANCIAL; FORD MOTOR
following described property as set CREDIT COMPANY;
forth in said Summary Final WASHINGTON MUTUAL
Judgment. to-wit FINANCE; UNITED STATES OF
A PARCEL OF LAND BEING AMERICA; PREMIUM ASSET
DESIGNATED AS LOT 10 ON A RECOVERY CORPORATION, are
MAP OF AN UNRECORDED RE- defendants. I will sell to the highest
PLATOF A PORTIONOFCROSBY and best bidder for cash IN THE
LAKE SHORES (PLAT BOOK 2, LOBBY OF THE COURTHOUSE,
PAGE 17) AS RECORDED IN 945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 179 STARKE, FL, at 11:00 A.M., on the
ON PAGE 556 OF THE PUBLIC 9th day of November, 2006, the
RECORDS OF BRADFORD following described property as set
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID TRACT forth In said Final Judgment, to wit:
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY LOT 33, OF PARKWOOD, AS
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: SAME APPEARS OF RECORD IN
COMMENCE AT THE PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 5, OF THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 4 PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BLOCK 14OFSAIDCROSBY LAKE BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
SHORES (BEING THE SAME AS A/K/A 804 PARKWOOD PLACE,
THE S.E. CORNER OF THE WEST STARKE, FL 32091.
200 FEET OF SAID BLOCK 14) Dated this 12th day of October, 2006.
AND RUN NORTH, ALONG THE RAY NORMAN
EAST UNE OF THE WEST 200 As Clerk of sad Court '
FEET OF SAID BLOCK 14 AND By: Carol Williams
BLOCK 13, A DISTANCE OF 298.36 As Deputy Clerk
FEET TO AN IRON PIPE AT THE This notice is provided pursuant to
S. E. CORNER OF Administrative Order No.2.065 In
AFOREMENTIONED LOT 10, AND accordance with the Americans with
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; Disabilities Act, if you are a person
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH, with a disability who needs any
ALONG THE EAST UNE OF SAID accommodation in order to
LOT 10, AND THE EAST UNE OF participate in this proceeding, you are
WEST 200 FEET OF BLOCK 13, A entitled, at no cost to you,, to
DISTANCE OF 149.18 FEET TO AN provisions of certain assistance.
IRON PIPE AT THE N.W. CORNER Please contact the Court
OF LOT 10; THENCE RUN WEST Administrator at 945 North Temple
ALONG THE NORTH UNE OF LOT Avenue, Rm.137, Starke, FL 32091,
10, A DISTANCE OF 292.00 FEET Phone No. (904) 966-6280 within 2
TO AN IRON PIPE AT THE N.W. working days of your receipt of this
CORNER OF LOT 10 AND THE notice or pleading; it you are hearing
EAST RIGHT-OF-'WAY LINE OF impaired, call 1-800-955-8771
S.W. 66TH AVENUE (A 60' ;/. (TDD); if you are voice impaired, call
THENCE RUN SOUTh, ALONG 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via Florida
THE WEST UNE OF LOT 10 AND Relay Services).
SAID EAST R/WUNE, 149.18 FEET Submitted by:
TO AN IRON PIPE AT THE S.W. Gary L. Brown, Esquire
CORNER OF LOT 10; THENCE Kelley, Kronenberg, Gilmartin,
RUN EAST, ALQNG THE SOUTH Fichtel & Wander, P.A.
LINE OF LOT 10, A-DISTANCEOF 8201 Peters Road, Suite 4000
292.00 FEET TO THE POINT,.OF Fort Lauderdale, FL 33324
BEGINNING. THE LANDS Telephone: (954) 370-9970
DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE THE Facsimile: (954) 382-1988
SAME LANDS AS THOSE; 10/192tchg. 1026
,RECORDED IN: 'OFFICIAL 1/19t "g.16








.Page 8A TELEGRAPH Oct. 19, 2006


BC domestic

violence

prevention

event set

tonight
BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer


.The. Bradford County
Domestic. Violence Awareness
Task Force is helping to
sponsor events in October
that will make the community
_mnore aware of-the widespread .
problem of domestic violence.
According. to the Florida .
Coalition Against- Domestic'
Violence, national statistics
show that 22-25 percent of all
women will experience some
form of domestic violence
,during their lifetimes. '. ,
In Florida,. 120,697 crimes
of :domestic violence were
reported to law enforcement
during 2003. The number of
actual victims is thought to be
much highersince man\ % victims
do not report the abuse to law
enforcement. Vietim's -often -:
hide -the abuse-because'of fear,-
shame or because the haie
been physically or emotionally
isolated from outside contact
by their abuser.
Peaceful Paths is an area
organization founded to.
assist the victims of domestic
violence in Bradford. Union,
Putnam and Alachua counties.
and to promote awareness of
the problem.


.SAFE (7233).


Red Ribbon

Week planned
BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff l writer ,
Red Ribbon Week, is set for
Oct. 23-31 this year and Bradford
Middle School has planned a
number of special activities that
week aimed at keeping kids away
fromdrugs.
The Bradford County Juvenile
Justice Shared Services Council
is helping to sponsor the drug
abuse prevention events and will
be raising funds to help with that


program.
The council will be selling
large red-'ribbons for display on
storefronts as a fund-raiser to buy
materials for awareness activities.
To order a. red' ribbon, contact
Elaine Slocum at (904) 964-5088.
Activities being planned at BMS
during Red Ribbon Week include
contests, fun events and special
.learning activities, said BMS
Counselor Cynthia Ross.-
On Monday, Oct. 23, all BMS
students will kick off of the week
with a door-decorating contest. .
The theme of the contest will be,
"Taking Care of Yourself, Taking
Care of Others" and is aimed at
encouraging students to talk to'
their friends about avoiding.drug,'
abuse. -
"We want to get students to,


look at how they can support each
other and act as a deterrent to drug
abuse," said Ross .
Prizes will be awarded for the
most creative door and the door
that best reflects the theme. Judges
will come from the community to
help out with this event. Anyone
interested in being a judge should
contact Ross at (904) 966-671,0.
On Thursday, Oct 26, at 7:20
a.ri., students will participate in
an assembly that will have two
purposes. One will be to remember
people whose lives have been lost
to drugs. 'Another will be to talk
about things people can do that
will discourage drug abuse.
On Friday, Oct. 27, 'the school
will have a-where all -the students
will wear red.
Red Ribbon Week w'as formally


organized in 1988 by the National
Family Partnership and is used
throughout the nation a., a wa, for
communities to take a \ visible stand
against drug abuse.
: The idea of using a red ribbon
to symbolize a resolve to say "no"
to dirigs originated before that,
however.
Enrique "Kiki" Camarena grew'
up in a %er. poor neighborhood.
but worked his ,avy through college
and then served in the Mannes
When he left the military,
he became a police officer and
began Working for the U.S. Drug
Enforcement Administration
DEA sent Camarena to
work undercover in Mexico to
investigate a large drug cartel. He
told friends and family members
. that he believed one man could


Candlelight Vigil
Thursday, Oct. 19
6 p.m. in the atrium
at Shands Starke
on C.R. 230 in
Starke.
Peaceful Paths will hold
special e ents this month in,
recognition of October -as
Domestic Violence Awareness
Morinth.
In conjunction with the
Bradford task force, Peaceful
Paths will hold a candlelight
vigil. Thursday, Oct. 19, at 6
p.m. in the atrium at Shands
Starke on C.R. 230 in Starke.
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
t904) 964-5400 and talk-to Bob
Clavton or 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 Peaceful Paths' D'Acosta
House in Gaines% ille.
Tickets are $25. Contact
Heather Jennings (352) 373-
9744 or (877) 229-4180 for
tickets. All proceeds benefit
Peaceful Paths.
Peaceful Paths operates
a 24-hour crisis- hotline and
emergency shelters for domestic
%iolerice victims in Bradford.
Union. Putnam and Alachua
counties.
Call the crisis hotline at
(8,00) 393-SAFE (7233)' for
help in assessing the current
danger level of your situation
and help in planning a safety
response. Counselors also
have knowledge ,of the.various
assistance programs open to
S victims.
.' According to the Peaceful
Paths Web site (www.peaceful
paths.org), domestic violence
can take many forms. It may
involve, physical aggression,
%erbal abuse, emotional
manipulation, forced sexual
act i it3 or financial control.
Often abuse is not physical,
but any 'abuse is part of an
abuser seeking power and
control over the victim and
could lead to more aggressive
actiofis in the future.
Violence in a relationship is
riot an isolated incident, but a
pattern of behaviors designed
to control another person.
According to Peaceful
Paths, there are things to.
remember in relation to
domestic violence:
Victims are not alone.
The abuse is not the fault
of the victim.
Any person deserves to
live in a safe environment.
There are resources to
help victims.
"You are not responsible for,
nor do you deserve, any abuse
that you receive, no matter
what the circumstances," said a
Peaceful Paths representative.
"If you are experiencing abuse
in any form; you deserve help
and support."
Call (904) 966-6878 to talk
to the local representative. The
local office is not open 24 hours
a day, however. Call the hotline
for immediate help (800) 393-


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Feb.. 7, 1985, and his body was
found one month later in a shallow
grave.- He had been tortured to
death.
: In honor of his memory and his
struggle against the illegal drug
trade, friends and relatives began
to wear badges of red satin.
Parents forming coalitions
against drug abuse adopted the
red ribbon as their symbol in his
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held for one week in October each
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Section B: Thursday, Oct. 19, 2006



eg ional News

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



Air Guard engineers prepare

"for deployment, say goodbye _.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staf' Writer--
James Young and his wife,
:"Kim, seemed not to notice the
hustle and bustle going on
around them as they held
: hands and looked into each
other's eves-they could've
been in a secluded spot rather
:than in the middle of the
crowded mess hall at the 2021"
'.RED HORSE (rapid engineer
deploy able heavy operational
:repair squadron engineers.)
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Joint Training Center.
Yet they were no different
than anybody else present at
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100 RED HORSE members mN countr- this \aN."
and-tUeir-famriies--krerin..ing_ The RED HORSE members
to make the most of what little w lT-in-dergo addil-mnaLcombaL..
time theN had left together skills training by Army
before the squadron departed personnel for one month at
for Fort McCo in Wisconsin. Fort. McCoy before departing
The unit will eventually deploy for [he Afghanistan and Iraq.
to the Middle East. At Fort McCo'., members'
Young, who lives in Starke, training will include
admitted he had a mixture of instruction on the use of
feelings before leaving home. weapons,. navigation
"I'm looking forward to go techniques, convoy movement
do what we're called to do." he tactics and use of a global
said. "It's one of those things positioning system.
where you feel anxious about Col. Jack Pas;chal, the 202"
it, but at the same time, Nou're RED HORSE commander.
ready to go. It's something said unit members ,will go to
you've been trained to do and various locations in
you're ready to go do it. Afghanistan and Iraq and be
involved in variouss projects.
such as repairing runways.,
pa' ing roads and constructing
temporary buildings.e r _
PU "We do almost everything
,- ....... but (build.) bridges," Paschal
.. said.
S' The Air National Guard unit
will actually be supporting an
Army mission overseas.
g" "" 'Paschal said the Army doesn't
have enough engineering
'forces to accomplish its
S mission, so it has called upon
the Air Force to assist. The
S- RED HORSE members will
focus on construction work.
while the Army will perform
combat-engineer work.
"Hopefully, it will be a good
fit and a good mix, with some
of our folks ha\ ing prior Army
experience," Paschal said.
Going overseas is nothing
new for 'Blanding's RED
HORSE squadron. Members
ha'e worked in such places as
Oman and Qatar, as recently as
2003.
That doesn't make leaving-
-. again any easier.


Allen Mathis of Marianna spends some time with his 6-
year-old son, Ryan.


See DEPLOY, p. 11B


James Young (left) and his wife, Kim, share a moment in the 202nd RED HORSE
mess hall.


RED HORSE member Greg Jackson poses for a picture with family and friends.
Pictured (from left) are: Lamar Hamilton (friend), Greer Jackson (daughter), Greg
Jackson, Monisha Perkins (niece), Joann Jackson (stepmother), Kim Crockett
(girlfriend) and Donnie Jackson (father).


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Conneely enters hew phase of life after Bradford ARC


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was not the first place he
worked for, but as John
Corineely looks back on his
life upon retirement, he said it
was definitely the best.
Conneely is the former
executive director of the ARC
(Association of Retarded
Citizens) of Bradford.
County--his last day on the
job was Sept. 28. He. worked at
three other ARCs in North
Central Florida, but he puts. the
time spent in Bradford (13
years) at the top of the list.
"The community was
incredibly supportive," he said.
"'I've made a lot of good
friends here and still have
good friends here. The people'
who live in Bradford County
have been very accepting of
the people we serve,, and see
therh as valued people, in our
community."
Conneely, who lives in
Keystone Heights, said he"
looks forward to retirement,.
viewing it as a new phase in-
his life. .
Much the same can be said
of his, early experiences
working %with ARC. -Hebegan
working at the ARC of
Alachua County 30 years ago,
which was like entering a new
phase. '" because the
opportunities for people with
developmental disabilities was
expanding. He described that
early experience as "extremely
humble beginnings."
"People were leaving the
institutions and moving into
communities," Conneely said.
"The sMte was just starting up
community programs, so we
really, I guess you'd say, had
the opportunity to develop
these programs. That was a lot
of fun.
"The progress the state has
made over the years in
providing serve ices to people
with developmental disabilities
has been extraordinary, and the
level of care has been very
good."


University. Conneely received
an opportunity to work in a
community sheltered
workshop while attending-
Western Kentucky.
He enjoyed teaching, but
found that working in'
community-based programs
was a better fit for him.
"I enjoyed that 'more
because I was able to play
more of an administrative role
as well as a service-related
role," Conneely said. "I liked
that combination."
. Since' his roots are 'in
Florida, he returned to
dainesville, where he began


The ARC of Bradford County said goodbye to retiring director John Conneely at a
recent reception. Pictured above (from left) are: Nancy Bailey (Conneely's sister),
Conneely, Carroll Conneely (John's sister-in-law) and Bob Conneely (John's
brother).


he wanted to major in
something that would a.llow-
him ,to have an impact on.
people's lives. He went to
Santa Fe Community College
for two years, then was
"fortunate" to be offered a
scholarship to Florida State


and major, in a
field." That
habilitative ser ice
"It was some
very early
development, wh
had ,'a need
professionals to


"brand new field," Conneel, said. "There'
field was just were not a lot of folks who
s. had that level of training. I fell
hing in the it was a good fit (for me)."
stages of Conneely, after graduating
ere the state from FSU, took a job as the
to train first certified special education
go into this teacher in Brevard County. He
taught for two years, then had
the chance to go to graduate
.. school at Western Kentucky


working for the ARC of
Alachua County. That was in
1976, and he worked five years
there.. Conneely also worked
for the ARCs in 'Duval and
Escambia .counties before
.taking the job in Bradford
County 13 years ago.

He was familiar with
Bradford County. While.
growing up, Conneely and. his
-family spent a lot of time in
Keystone, which, in turn, led
them to spending time in
Bradford County, where they

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Reichert (far left), mortgage originator, and Scott Schiller, vice president and
branch manager. The basket of food contained approximately 40 items and
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The operation of an all-
terrain vehicle, or ATV, upon
the public roads of this state
has always been prohibited.
However., a new law that went
into effect on Oct. 1 has both
county commissioners and law
enforcement agencies across
the state scrambling to ensure,
the safetN of all concerned.
The new law states that an
. ATV may be operated by a
licensed driver or a minor that
is under the direct supervision
of a licensed driver during the
daytime hours on unpaved
roada)s where the posted
speed limit is less than 35
m.p.h.
An additional provision
included with the new law is
that. beginning July 1. 2008,
ATV users under the age of 16
will be required to pass an
approved safety course.
According to the available
data from U.S. Consumer
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of 16 accounted for 2,019 of
the deaths.
A total of 257 such related
deaths occurred in Florida
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ranking the state eighth in the
country.
. Also reported nationally-
were 136,10)0 ATV-related
injuries requiring emergency
room treatment.
Officially known as Florida
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S800numbers not always free.

;Toll-free 800 numbers have become She then repeated .a telephone
aso commonplace the public now number beginning with the number
accepts them without thought as they 809. Luckily, Mark did not respond
dial far away places without concern to the call.
of a charge on their own telephone The original phone call was a scamn
bill. in which the caller only wanted to
If you get hit with a $2,500 charge get a return call and would keep the-
on your account linked to, an 800 victim on the-line as long as possible
number, you will be upset, especialltywhile charging as much as $2,500 a
.whenw-earrrersaysTfis a legitimate minute. ,
. charge and cannot be reversed or Telephone numbers 809, 284,-
cancelled, and you will become wary and 876 are actual area codes in
of what seem to be toll-free numbers. the Caribbean and, like other area
I recently received an e-mail passed code numbers, not toll-free. On its
through several dozen individuals, so Web site. AT&T addresses the scam,.
one might say it came from friend of saying it began about five years ago
a friend several times removed. The and continues very much as described
content reveals a scam that an) one of by Mark 0.
us could be caught up in, so listen up While the codes are legal, they ai're
and be warned as you read the story. also outside the continental United
Mark 0., district manager of a States and not subject to American
plastics firm, writes that his recorder oversight.
picked up a message from area code If you respond to such a call.,'
809, in which a woman said, "HeN. unfortunately, you are on your own,.
this is Karen. Sorry I missed you. Get By Buster Rahn;"
back to us quickly. I have something Telegraph Editoriqlisti..
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Vandals will
pay for
destroyed
flags
Dear Editor:
For the last few months, I
have noticed that the American
flags that are placed on the
graves of veteranss at Hope
Baptist Cemetery haveybeen
-- destroyed. This bothers me.


For the last 10 'ears, my
family and I have taken on the
responsibility of placing the
flags at the cemetery. Howeer,
someone must now ha.e a
problem with the flags.
On recent visits I have found
the flags broken in half, pulled
off the'stick. thrown on the
ground, and a few have even
been cut in half with a knife.
If you are angry at a person
or a group of people, this is
not the way to show it. As a
matter of fact, I think you are a


faceless coward. You ol
have no respect for t
who have fought to k
free.
Whoever you are, I j
to let you know that
suffer the consequer
your actions. The go
will see to it.
No matter what you
will not stop Old Glo
flying over the grave
loved ones.
Freedom isn't
Somebody paid for it.
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low do you spell 'generous ?'


Bradford third-
graders have the
tools to find out
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Third-grade students might
have difficulty spelling the
word "Kiwanis," but thanks to
the Kiwanis Club of Starke,
those students in Bradford
County will be able to look up
any word they want to check
the spelling on or know the
definition of.
The club bought
approximately 300
dictionaries, which were given
to all third-grade students,
whether they attend one of
Bradford County's public
schools or the county's charter
school (the Believers School of
" Learning), or are home-
s schooled.
u Every third-grade teacher
received a dictionary also.
II Cheryl Canova, club
or president, said she and Bear
d Bryan, the club's president-
elect, attended leadership
is training when they first heard
m of the dictionary project-a
r project put forth by the Florida
Kiwanis governor.
e. "We were the first (club) to
do it," Canova said.
n Canova said students at the
0I third-grade .le:el.,were. chosen


'to receive the dictionaries
because third grade is when
students first take the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test.
The dictionaries were
handed out by club members
Oct. 3-5. Each one had a
label-donated bv Sporting


Chance-on the inside cover,
bearing the student's name it'
belonged to. The students get!
to keep the dictionaries after;
they move on from third grade,'
but next year's third-graders'
won't be lacking.
"We plan to do this as a
yearly project." Canova said.
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Blanche Pullen


Blanche Pullen
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Blanche Lillian Pullen, 78, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
Oct. 15, 2006, at her residence
following an extended illness.
She was born in Detroit on Feb.
4, 1928.
Mrs. Pullen is survived by: her
husband of 60 years, Richard A.
Pullen of Keystone Heights;,
three daughters, Taffee Kedgley
of Keystone Heights, Laura
Pullen of Pensacola and Leslie
Jane Pullen of Jacksonville; 10.
grandchildren and 13 great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by a son, Craig R.
Pullen, in 1991.
The family will receive friends
at home on Thursday, Oct.'-19,
P006, noon until"5 p.m., at 6878
beer Springs Road in Keystone
. eights. '
S'Private funeral services for
Mrs. Pullen will be held at a later
date- under the care of Jones
Funeral Home .of Keystone
Heights.

Charles Johns
MACCLENNY Charles
Clifford Johns. 79, of
Macclenny died Friday. Oct. 13,
2006, in Mountain Area Hospice
in Asleville, N.C., following an
extended illness.
! Born in: Dover, Mr. Johns
lived in Lawtey and Jacksonv;e'.e
before moving to Macclenny 15
years ago. He was the son of the
late -Ernie Co\ado Johns and
Mary McCormick Johns. He
worked for Swisher Cigar
tCompany in Jacksonville for 52.
years and retired as a supervisor
in 1988. He was a former deacon
with the Cedar Creek Baptist
Church in Jacksonville -and
current member of Franklin
Grove Baptist Church in Bryson
City, N.C:-He-volunteered "ith
the Marietta Fire Department in
Jacksonville.
ir. Johns is suid ed bv: a"
sister, Lucille Mosley of Lawtey;
a brother, Warren G Johns of
Jacksonville; and his
companion, John Britton of
Keystone Heights. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Minnie Burnsed Johns.
Funeral services for Mr. Johns
.were Oct.' 17, 2006, in First
Baptist Church in Macclenny
With the Rev. Ronald Kimbrell
officiating and Dr. Edsel M.
Bone. assisting. Burial followed
in Riverside Memorial Park
Cemetery in Jacksonville under
the.c.are of Guerry Funeral Home
of Macclenny.
Memorial contributions may
be made to Care Partners Hospice


Foundation, P.O. Box 25338,
Asheville, NC 28813.

Dorothy Kennedy
STARKE ,Dorothy'*-Lee
Kennedy, 88, of Starke died
Monday, Oct. 9, 2006, at
' Kindred Hospital in Green Cove
Springs following an extended
illness.
Born in Coffee County, Ala.,'
on April 28, 1918, Mrs.
Kennedy moved to Starke four
years ago from Ocala. She was a
homemaker and member of the
Church of God.
Mrs. Kennedy is survived by:
four daughters, Darlene
Robinson of Hawthorne, Karen
Britton of Port Huron, Mich.,
Holly Jones of Easton, Minn.,
and Mary Jane Kennedy; a son,
Fred Erick Wilson of
Gainesville; eight grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her
son, Ralph Clifford Wilson.
Funeral services for Mrs.
.Kennedy were Oct. 13, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones chapel in
Starke with the Rev. Frank
Johnson conducting the
services. Interment ,followed in
Crosby Lake Cemetery.

Linda Martin
STARKE Linda Ann Martin,
59, of Starke died FridaN, Oct.
13, 2006, at Shands UF. -
Born, in Starke; Mrs. Martin
lived in Ruskin before returning
to Starke. She %.as j secretary.and
cared for the elderly\ She attended
LUnion Primiti'e Baptist Church. '
Mrs. Martin r sur ived by: a
son, Chad Clemons of Starke; a
sister. Shirley Ann Jones of'
Co'.ingior. \a a brother. Gene
Clemonw of Starke, three
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild She was preceded in
death by a brother, Ronald'
Clemons.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Martin were Oct. 15, 2006, in
Union Primitive Baptist, Church
with : Elder Rick Bicknell
officiating. Burial followed in,
Dyal Cemetery under the care of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke
Memorial contributions may
be made to the American Kidney
Fund, 6110) Executite Blvd.,
Rock\ille. MD 21'152.


under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on Thursday,
Oct. 19, 2006, from 6-'p.m.

Marilyn Pearce
MACCLENNY Marilyn
Woodham Pearce, 58, of
Macclenny died Wednesday, Oct.
I1, 2006, at- Shands Alachua
General Hospital in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Bormin Cocca Sacito, Panama
Canal Zone, on Aug. 6, 1948,
Mrs. Pearce moved to Macclenny
34 years ago from Starke. She
was a homemaker and was of the
Protestant faith.
Mrs. Pearce is survived by: a
daughter Mary Kellyn Burnsed of
Macclenny; sons,. Richard Darin .
Alvarez and Matthew Thomas
Pearce, both of Macclenn.: a.
sister, Kelly Woodham of'
Augusta. Ga.; brothers, Tom
Woodham of Kingsley Lake.
Wayne %\ oodham of Orange Park
and Jimms Sutton of
Jacksonville; .and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Pearce' were Oct. 13, 2006,V in
DeWitt C. Jones chapel in Starke"
with .the Rev. Dan Hughes
conducting the services
Interment followed in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery.


Clarence Griffis
OCALA Clarence O0. "Roy"
Griffis Sr.. 68, of Ocala died
\\ ednesda', Oct II, 2006., at
Tuscan\ Hospice House.
Born in Starke, Mif. Griffis
moved to Ocala from Starke. He
was a tree surgeon for, the
University of Florida and U.S..
Army veteran of the Korean War.
He was a member of the Marion
Count(, Memorial Honor Guard
Mr. Griffki is survived by:
three sons, Dwayne NM Griffis of
Citra, Clarence 0. Griffis Jr of
Ocala and Jason' A. Griffis of New
Mexico; brothers, James Griffi,
and Arnoll Griffis, both ofr
Lawtey, Charles Griffis of
Greenville, S.C. and Gerald K.
Griffis of Alfia, his longtime
companion, Rose Costa or.
Ocala, and five grandchildren.
Roberts Funeral Home Bruce '
Chapel West was in'charge of
arrangements.


Everett Norsworthy MargaretRobertson
STARKE Everett Lynn irgaret etson
NorsworthN, 29, of Starke died LAKE BUTLER Margaret
suddenly on "Friday, Oct. 13, -Hellen Robertson, 73, of Lake
2006, at .Shands' at the Butler died Wednesday, Oct. 11;
University of Florida. 2006, at Veterans Medical Center
Born in Gaines ille on Nov. in Gainesville following. an
11, 1976, Mr, Norsworthy was a. extended illness.
lifelorn resident ..f Bradfr.rd Born in Warren County,- Ind..
Count\. He .'a. a Ciperni i iI MNr Roberson hl ed mosi of her
. ret-kne4 iSicol stru',lorarn ,...a. il A,Aka.rejld, She Wa.a.,
of the Baptist fa h. cook in a group home before
Mr. Norsworthy is survived retiring in 1973. She was a
by: his mother, Teresa Rosier member of the church of Jesus
Glenn of Gainesville; a daughter, Christ of Latter Day Saints Lake
Star Lynn Norsworthy of Waldo; Butler Ward and was the widow of
sisters,. Janet L. Norsworthy of the late Thomas Robertson.
Lake City, Barbara M. McRae of Mrs. Robertson is survived
Graham, Lisa D. Brown of by: a son, Harold K. Chandler of
Hampton and Miranda A. Lake Butler, William L. Chandler
Thornton of Keystone Heights; of Marion, Inc.; a sister, Ettie
brothers, Jesse E. Norsworthy Baker of Paw Paw, Mich.; nine
and Benjamin E. Norsworthy, grandchildren and five great-
both of Hampton; and his grandchildren. She was preceded
stepfather, Doc Glenn of in death by 'two sons, John
Mechanicsburg, Pa. Chandler, and Joe Chandler.
Graveside services for. Mr. Funeral services for Mrs.
Norsw ohth\ v% ill be held at 2 Robertson were Oct. 14, 2006,
p.m. on Friday, Oct. 20, 2006, in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
in Long Branch Cemetery in Home of Lake Butler. Burial will
Clay Hill. Burial will follow follow in Ft. Wayne, Ind.


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Born in Birmingham, Ala.,
Mr. Smith lived in Lake Butler
before moving to Lawtey eight
months ago. He was a truck,
driver with EMC of America and
was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Smith is survived by: his
wife, Karen Smith of Lawtey; two
sons, Harley Lloyd of Erie, Pa.
and Jonathari Smith of Lawtey;
three daughters, Brooke Smith,
Alisha Smith and Mercedes
Smith, all of Lawtey; three
sisters, Dolly Ledesna of
Coolidge, Kan., Cathy-Smith of
Woodwrd, Okla. and Barbara
Guehzow of Macclenny
Funeral services for Mr. Smith
will be held at 11 am. on
Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006, in the
chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home with. the Rev. Jeff
Stockdale officiating. Burial
followed ,in Crosby Lake
Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
cn Friday,'Oct. 20, 2006, from
7-9 p.m.


Theresa Whitaker
FLORAHOME Theresa Lyonn
Whitaker, 38, of Florahome died,
Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2006, at her
residence following a 'brief
illness.
Born in Jacksonville on Sept
10. 1968. Mrs. Whitaker %was a
%elder in the commercial
fabrication industry.
Mrs. Whitaker is survived by:
her husband Lo'6y Whitaker of
Florahome; a daughter, AshleN
Bell of, Jacksonville; a son,
Ryan Leistner of South Carolina;
a sister, Sarah L. Sizemore of
Florahome; and three brothers.,
Richard Pearce, Andy Beverly.
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16, 2006, at Windsor Manor,
Nursing Home following an
extended illness.
Born in Bradford County on
Nov. 26, 1916, Mr. Williams
was a lifelong resident of
Bradford County. The was the
oldest member of First Christian
Church still living in Starke and
retired from E.1. Dupont as a
warehouse operator.
.Mr. Williams is survived by: a
daughter, Maxine Hobbs of
Chiefland; sons, Edward
Williams of Starke, Ronald
Williams of Lake Butler and Ray
Williams of Crawfordville; 'a
sister, Dorothy Parnell of
Orlando eight grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren
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Williams will be held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, Oct. 19, 2006, in.
the DeWitt C. Jones chapel in
Starke with the Rev. Charles
Soper conducting the services.
Interment, will follow% i:n
Kingsle3 Lake Cemetery.
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BHS students
charged with
defacing
property
Two 17-year-old Bradford
High School students were
charged Oct. 16 with burglary
and criminal mischief,
according to Sgt. Barry Warren.
The teens had used spray
paint to write obscene words
and comments on the gym
wall, picnic table and arcade.
The vandalism occurred .just
before midnight Oct. 15, Sgt.
Warren said.
Several, hours were spent
cleaning and/or painting over
the graffiti, Sgt. Warren said.

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:
Rachel Lein Bolton, 20, of
tarke was arrested Oct. 12 by
Starke Patrolman Mark Lowery
for aggravated assault. Bolton is
charged %%ith threatening the
victim ',Aith a handgun during
an altercation just before
midnight.. No weapon was
found, Patrolman Lowery said.
Witnesses sLated the gun was
handed to someone on the back
side of T.H.E. Apartments.
Bolton was released after a
a. 15.000 suret\ bond was
posted.
Nathan Bernard Dompierre,
19, of Starke was arrested Oct.-
11 by Starke Sgt. William
Brown for accessory after the
fact and dealing in stolen
property. D,:'mpierre admitted o6o
seeing a Beretta .32 caliber
Tomcat, in the trunk of the
victim's vehicle. He stated
another individual removed the
gun and on Aug. '20 brought
the weapon to their place of
employment Dompierre took
possessior of the weapon,
kn,)ing it was stolen, Sgt.
Brown said. Bond was set at
$15,000.
Shar,n Deese, 50, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 12 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
for domestic battery. Deese was
charged with slapping the
victim during an argument. She
appeared to be intoxicated.
Deputy Black said. A $1,000


surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Bryon Arthur Bush, 34, of
Waldo was arrested Oct. 5. by
Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
possession of cocaine, drug
paraphernalia and. prescription
medication without a
prescription. Bush's vehicle
was stopped on North Temple
Avenue for a cracked
windshield. During a search of
the vehicle the officer found a
straw with residue, cocaine and
Hydrocodone pills in the center
armrest, Sgt. Crews said.
Henry Allen Thames, 32, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 13 by
Starke Patrolman William
Murray for possession of
prescription medication without
a 'prescription. Thames had a
pill bottle containing Valium
that was not prescribed for him,
Patrolman Murray said. He was
released from custody after a
$15,000 surety bond was
posted.
Christopher Mosley, 25, of
Gainesville and Leon Travoris
Young,- 28, of Archer were
arrested Oct. 13 by Starke
Patrolman Michelle Davis for
affray. Mosley and Young are
charged with inciting and
encouraging a physical
altercation with several other.
people at the fairgrounds. They
had been involved in a physical
altercation, Patrolman Davis
said. They were released from
custody after $1,000 surety'
'bonds were posted.
Matthekw Wa)ne' McElheen,
30, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 11 by Starke
Patrolman J.W. Hooper for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. McElveen, had
two crack pipes in his
possession. A $1.000 surely
bond was posted for his release,
from custody.
Ryan Thomas Hayes, 19, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 13
by Union Deputy Ken Smith
for possession of marijuana.
Hayes was charged with having
a plastic bag of marijuana in
his pocket during a traffic stop.


Amy Pressley, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 15 by Clay deputies for
false report to l'w enforcement"
officers.
Daniel Wade Spradley, 45, of
Keystone Heights, was arrested
Oct. 10 by Clay Deputy J.M.
Graff for violation of probation
uttering a forgery with no bond.


Kenneth Graham, 51, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 9
by Bradford Deputy Sherri
Mann for failure to appear petit
theft. He was released after a
$5,000 surety'bond was posted.
Ernest Vanwart, 44, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 10 by Starke.
Patrolman P.A. King' for
violation of probation trespass:
Latonya Taylor Johnson, 32,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 10
by Bradford Sgt. R.W. White
on a warrant from St. Johns'
County for iolation of
probation. She was released on
her own recognizance. Johnson.
was arrested again Oct. 13 by
probation officers for violation
of probation exploitation of
elderly or disabled person with.
no bond. She has violated her
probation by leaving the county,
four times without permission.
Willie Heard, 47, of Starke
was arrested .Oct. 10 by
probation officers for violation
of probation sexual offense. He
was transported to the
Department of Corrections.
James McCrarN. '26. Of
IMiddleburg was arrested Oct. 11
by Clay deputies for failure to
appear violation of probation
possession of drug
parapherralia. Bond was set at
$4.000. .
David Michael Hardiig, '25,
of Starke was stopped Oct. 12
'by Hamptoi Captain W.
Tillotson for speeding on U.S.
301 (71 in 55 mph zone). He
was arrested after a computer
.check revealed an outstanding'
capias from Seminole County
charging Harding with grand
theft from a construction site.
He was released after a $1.000
surety bond was posted.

":Joseph L. Jenkins 111, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
13 by Sgt. White on a warrant


from Union County for felony
battery and petit theft, A
$2,500 surqty bond was-posted
.for his release from custody.
Wiley Holmes, 46, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 9 by
Alachua Deputy Clifford Arnold
on Bradford %warrants for grand
theft II, robbery. by. sudden
snatching and solicitation to
commit battery. A $15,000
surety bond was posted for his.
release.


Tommy Smith,
Maxville was arrested
by Bradford Deput
Konkel for failure t
issuing worthless
possession of
paraphernalia and
battery. Bond was
$15,000.


appear violation of probation
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) and
posstew.o,,,n 6m mi.,,,,.,. total
bond was set at $105,00 .
Maris D. Sapp, 42, of Lake
Buder was arrested Oct. 12 by
Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson on
,a capias-for aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon. Bond
was set at $5,000.


38, of Jerry Jerome Roberts, 49, of'
I Oct. 12 Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
v Scott 12'.by 'Lt. Tomlinson on a
o appear capias for failure to appear.
ch ec k s, H L a e... 0 f
S drugk Henry Lavelle Jones, 40, of
domestic' Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
set at 12 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
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Johninie Mae Henderson, 54,"
of Lake City was arrested Oct.
13 be Starke Sgt. M.D.
Watson on warrants from
Columbia County for failure to
appear possession of cocaine
and drug paraphernalia. She %as
also charged in Bradford by
Deputy Jason Clark with
violation of probation driving
under the influence (DUI) and
resisting arrest without violence
without bond.


..Scott Gene Ballou,
.Keystone Heights was,
Oct. 12 by' Clay
Samuel" Abrahamsen
warrant for failure to
petit theft. Bond was
$252


18, of
arrested
Deputy
on a
appear
set at


Aaron. Harris Holley Jr., 26,
of Starke was arrested Oct. I10.
by Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle
for possession of crack cocaine
%within federal housing. On July
19-20. Holley sold crack to
confidential sources. .He was
also charged on warrants for
violations of probation ;
possession and sale of
controlled substance, failure to


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Joshua Ray Jacobs, 25, of
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Brent Sylvester Jones, 18, of
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A semi-and-van crash Oct. 11 on S.R. 21 near Keystone Heights sent
one driver to the hospital and tied up traffic. Teodoro Suero, 54, of
Lawrenceville, Ga., driving a 1991 Ford tractor trailer truck, was
southbound on S.R. 21 in the McRae area when he fell asleep,
according to Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J.R. Howard. The rock
hauler crossed the center. line, striking the right side of a 1997
Chevrolet van. The van, driven by Darryl Fleming, overturned on the.
shoulder, Trooper Howard said. Fleming, 52, of Jacksonville, was
transported to Shands Jacksonville with serious injuries. The truck
stopped on the shoulder and became engulfed in flames. Suero was
able to escape the fire, Trooper Howard said. He was charged with
careless driving in the 11:33 a.m. crash. After Clay County firefighters
and members of the CCFR Hazardous Materials Team completed
extinguishing and cleanup efforts, it was determined approximately 50
gallons of diesel had spilled on the shoulder and another 50 gallons
remained in the severely burned saddle tank. HazMat personnel
pumped the remaining product from the tank before it was moved.
Both lanes of S.R. 21 were stalled for a time following the crash.
Damages totalled $60,000.


Lawtey :Iman Camp Blanding for violations
including vehicles on closed
dies from road, failure to check in/out and
possession of alcoholic
Oct. 3' crash beverage in closed area.
A 45-Near-old Lawte\ man .
died Saturday from injuries Recent arrests
suffered when his motorcycle *
;.a. struck on Oct. 3. in Bradford,
John Clarence Smith was |1 la yi
transported to Shands Clay or Union
. Jckson\ille following the 2:15 The following individuals
p.m. accident, according to were arrested recently by local
Tr,:.oper Jason Barry. Smith law enforcement .officers in
di,.d just after midnight Oct. 14. Bradfqrd, Cla, iKe\stone
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Smith. driving a 2006 Harley County:
Davidson`. was northbound on
U.S. 301 in the outside lane,
Trooper Barry said. Albert Lisa Bruno, 20, of Hampton
Simmons, 72, of Starke. was arrested Oct. 11 by
driving a 1997 Ford pickup, Patrolman Davis for DWLS and
was southbound, making a left failure to appear DWLS. Surety
turn onto Northwest 241st bonds totalling $2,500 .were
Street. posted for her release.
Simmons crossed the
northbound lanes and failed to Marvin Crews, 32, of Lawtey
yield to northbound traffic, was arrested Oct. 14 by
striking the cycle on the right Bradford Deputy Thomas Sapp
side, Trooper Barry said. for DWLS Knowingly. He was
Smith was ejected from the released after a $500 surety,
cycle and landed on tlhe east bond was posted.
shoulder. The cycle was lodged
in the front right wheel well of Nicole Grayson. 26. of.
the pickup, Trooper Barry said. Lawtey was arrested Oct. 14 by
Simmons was charged with Deputy Sapp for DWLS
violation of right of way. He knowingly. A $500 surety bond
was not injured in the crash. was posted for her release from
Total damages were $3,000. custody.
Blood-alcohol results are
pending further investigation,
Trooper Barry said. fIl D El UAW I


Officers
report
illegal deer
taken in
Blanding
On Oct. 4, Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission Officer Cromwell
Letcher was conducting
inspections on wildlife taken
during the first three-day archery
hunt in Camp Blanding
Wildlife Management Area
(WMA) when a hunter
approached him at the Dade
Road check station with a buck,
deer. Letcher noticed the' deer
was a four-point with two'
points oh each antler. Camp
Blanding WMA rules require
that antlered deer must have at
least one antler with three
points to be legal. Letcher cited
the subject with taking an
illegal deer.
On Oct. 5, Lt. Gary Knowles
was patrolling Dade Road in.
Camp Blanding WMA when he
received information from a
hunter who had observed a
subject enter the closed area to
hunt. While obtaining
information from the hunter, a
vehicle approached Knowles and
the driver stopped.
Knowles noticed a buck deer
with two points on each antler
in the vehicle's cargo area. The
hunter found in possession of
the four-point deer was cited.
Nine additional citations were
issued in a five-day period in


Melissa Diane Smith, 31, of
Raiford was arrested Oct. 14 by
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
J.W. Hattle for DWLS
habitual. Smith's vehicle was
stopped for speeding (85/45mph
zone) on S.R. 16 She was
released -from custody after a#
$2,500 surety bond was posted.
Charlotte Durham, 63, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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Alachua deputies for violation
of probation DWLS. He was
released Oct. 10 for time served.
Thomas Allen, 32, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 10 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear NVDL. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Kevin George Cadby, 50, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 10 by Clay Deputy Renee
Scucci for failure to appear
DWLS. Bond was set at ,.
$2,502.
Anthony Jenkins, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
II by Patrolman Brown on a
warrant from Union County for
violationn of probation DWLS
and resisting arrest. A $2,500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody. .
Adam Glisson. 25, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 10 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear violation of driver's,
license .restriction. A $3,500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Vanessa Crawford, 38, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 10 by
Union Deputy Kevin A. Dice
on a Union County charge of
DUT. She was sentenced to
serie 30 days -with six days
credit for time served.

Donnie Laney, 45, of
Jacksonille vwas arrested Oct.
5 by Jacksonville officers for
failure to appear violation of
\ probation NVDL. Bond was
set at $4,000.
Carlos.Ford, 18, of Starke
.was arrested Oct. 2 by Deputy
Mann for violation of
probation DWLS. A $5,000
surert bond was posted for his
release from custody.
SMena Asam, 23, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies for failure to
appear NVDL.
.'Timothy Brian Dugger, 4-1,
.of Starke was arrested Oct. 3
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a capias from Flagler
County for NVDL. Bond was
set at $250.


Uct. I; ub Clay Deputy D.
McDaniels for DWLS -
13 'd ,td '.R sell-."ClifferiP aPoole* !Jongthan',Kirkl.31, of Lake. 27, of Ke\ ~...,HeglLs wq.&s
Butler was arrested Oct. 12 bN' arrested Oc~ .8 by Depityi'l
Patrolman Hooper fot no valid Cecrle on a warrant from
driver's license. (NYDL). He Putnam County for failure to
was released from custody after appear D\\LS. Bond was set at
a $5,000 surety bond was $1,0(04.
posted.


James Rulevitch. 36, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 9 by
Polk County deputies for
failure to- appear giving false
name to law enforcement
officers. Bond was set at $205.
.Rulevitch was transported to
Marion County.
Tomas Sanchez-Medina, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
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would go to the movies or the
bowling alley.
Conneely also took job-
related trips to Bradford while
working in Gainesville.
"I knew the type of town
(Starke) was," he said. "I felt
really good about coming
here."
At that time, the ARC of
Bradford County was much
smaller and didn't serve as
many people as it does today.
Conneely said a lot of new
programs have been developed
since he started working there.
"We've also been able to
gear our services more toward
community-based activities.
That has been good," he said.
"Also, our consumers now
have a lot more choices in
what they get for services in
comparison to what it was like
13 years ago when they had
very limited choices."
Conneely said the two things
he's most proud of during his
time at the ARC of Bradford
County are the expansion of
the facilities to accommodate
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the opening of two residential
facilities.
Overall, however, he simply
loved working there. Every
day brought a different success,
story concerning one of the
consumers, plus he worked
with a supportive board of
directors and a great staff.
"They are as good as any
staff I've ever .had the
privilege of v.orking with,"
Conneely said.
That made walking away.
from the job a difficult
decision to make, but
Conneely said he feels it was
the right decision. He feels like
he's still in the prime of his
life, and is looking forward to
remaining active and spending
time with family.
Don't count on Conneely
dropping out of community,
service entirely, however.
"I'm sure at some point in
the not-too-distant future, I'll
probably resurface somewhere
doing something, possibly in
the same field, or maybe
something totally different," he
said. "I'm going* to take a
month or so, maybe wait 'til
after the holidays, thenc,ome
back and see where I anm at
that time.







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Office
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B & F AUCTION Will open
Oct. 5th, 2006. Every-
body is welcome. Vendor
spots will be for bid. All
153/AB1542. 6551 NW
CR 225.
PUBLIC AUCTION SAT-
URDAY, OCT 21 ai 9am
US-41-441 6 miles
South of Lake City past
Oasis Lounge. Disc har-,
row, turn plows, cattle
feeder,prolik tanks, grain
drills, fuel tanks, roller,
antique polalo planter
skid sieer tires. wash pol.
'cane mill and much
more Consignments
accepted Aderholl Auc.
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AB113, AU1596 386.
397-3856 386-755.
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Motor Vehicles
1988 DODGE DAKOTA.
$975 MAZDA B2300.
5sp cold ac oings, runs
good now reduced Io
$1500 Also 94 Chevy
Lumina Van. cold ac.
runs, reduced Io $595
trans problems Call 904-
964-4111.
CASH VEHICLES '92
BONNEVILLE. $1,750


Cougar, $1,500. '00
Chevy S-10, $4,800. All
cars plus tax, tag and
title. 352-277-7.759.
'93 CHEVY Z-71 STEP-
SIDF, LOADED. Call
904-964-3746.
1994 FORD EXPLORER,
V-6, 4DR, AUTO; A/C.
White exterior, red
leather interior, power
seats, good condition.
$2,600, call 352-478-
2529.
DODGE.RAM 1500 '94
WITH '98 MOTOR. V-6
'2wd heat/air condition.
AM/FM/CD, new tires,
good condition, $3000
OBO. Call 352-225-
S'2383.
20,03 CAMRY LE. BEIGE
V6, AC, AM/FM radio
with CD, power doors'
and windows, very clean
and nice. 85K miles,
$10,000. 'Call 386-496-
0042.
'87 CHEVY V-8 VAN,
GOOD'RUNNING CON-
' DITION.' Bed and open-
.ng lor AC. clean, $1,150
OBO. Call 352-327-
2753
88 YUGO, THE ONLY
ONE IN STARE? Good.
condition, $1,150 OBO,
Call 352-327-2753
TRUCKS FOR SALE
1993 F-150 300-6. 5sp
good condition. $2200
OBO 1996 Ranger

Splas.h V6. 5sp good
condlion $1800 OBO
Call 904.364-8860 lor
,inquiries. ".
43
RV's and
Campers
GREAT HUNTER SPE-
CIAL CAMPER
TRAILER 8x26 Tandem
axle Fihh Wneel. $1.500
Call 386-496-3811 or
352-283-9993
45
Land for Sale
2 5 ACRES CLEARED with


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Fully Furnished, 4 BR/2 BA
Living rm, Family rm w/Fireplace,
Dining rm, Large Kitchen, Utility
rm, Front & Back Decks
Lot 100' x. 100'

$195,000
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6708 leave message.
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2000 MOBILE HOME,
like new well ana septic,
financing available In
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496-1146.
OCALA NATIONAL FOR-
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For more information
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piolessional olihces lor.
rent Conlerence room,
kitchen. utillies and
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$345,000


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1 Acre Dead end street Z,:ned lor
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Call 1-888-546-4707 or
1-904.424.7345
NEW JACOBSEN 3ANrD4
BR HOMES on our land
or yours with file or no
money down easy quali--
lying loans Call 1-888
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7345
1983 MH1BRItBA 14 x 52
on lot in Highlndge Es-
tates Keystone He-anit
928.000 call 904-966.
0765
2.5 ACRES WITH 28X64.
2000 MOBILE HOME
like new. well and septic
financing available In
Union County. call 386
496 11-46
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
.HOME ON t10 ACRES
Keysione 1998 4'2 2000
sq ft. Homes or Merit
New pain and carpel
lieplace oil CR315C
$235,000 or make an ol.
fer Call 352-4-175-1822
50
For Rent
6522 TREIST AVE KEY.
STONE, on large lotl
guaranteed financing
3BR/2BA. garage 1500
sqlI 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 utiilies paid'
.Central location 10 .
discount on lirst monins
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private alhn
$110 $120 Iwk Room
without baln, $95 Laun-
dry facilities avaiiaole
Close to churches.
stores, downtown shop-
ping. theatre, and morel
See Manager at Ine
Magnolia Hotel across
from Ihe Starke Post Oi.
lice 904.-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedro.:.m
MH. clean close to
prison Call 352-468-
1323
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
StarkeApts 2BRHC&
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heal. on site
laundry, playground pli
vale and quiel atmo.
sphere. Located on
SR16. 1001 Southern
Villas Dnve. Starke Fl or
call 904-964-7295 TDD/
TTY 711 Equal Housing
Opponunity
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated
Deposit required No
pels. First month tree.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865, lor more
information.
2BR/1BA FOR RENT, CH/
A, $550 per month good
condition no pels first &
ilal plus deposil lease-
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$600 per month plus a
$600 security deposit.
Call 904-966-0765.
2/1- APARTMENT IN
STARKE, close to,
schools, hardwood
floors, central heating
--- and A/C. elecinc iange..
refrigerator. wasner/
dryer hookups, screened
porch, outside pets ok.
First, last and security
deposit, references.
$500/mth. Call 904-966-
1334.
LAKE SANTA FE COT-
TAGE 2/1 washer.
dryer., umisned or unlur
nisned. sandy beach
Lawn service included
$950/mth, call 352-468
2386:.
TRAILER RENTAL 2/2
SINGLEWIDE. SE Wil-
son Rd. Very clean.
$600/mih. $600/secunty
deposii Relerences ie-
quired. no pets Call
904 964.8425. leave
message
MELROSE 3,'2 -GARAGE
FIREPLACE l.le appli.
ances wasner/aryer,
large fenced back yard.-
Water and lawn service
provided $950/min. Call
352-475-9609
LAKE GENEVA- 2BRRMH.
DIRECT LAKEFRONT
$500/min plus security.
no pets 7804 SR100.
Keystone Heighls.
McDonald's Trailer Park,
352-478-2697
ROOMMATE WANTED
TO SHARE HOUSE -
Starke area 2 rooms
available $400/mth ne-
goliable and partial utlil
ties First month's renl
plus deposit Small pel
welcome Call904-769.
3529.
3.,2 COUNTRY LIVING
DOUBLEWIDE on 5
acres. CH/A. wall to wall
carpel $700/mlh Call
904-424-9310
2 RENTALS AVAILABLE -
2BR APT wih lake ac-
cess $600/mlh. $600,
sec 2BR MH. $525/mih.
i,525'sec Call between
Ipm-6pm 352-473-
2919
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3/
2 MOBILE HOME. CHiA
$600/mln plus deposit
Call 352-235-1386
51
Lost/Found
LOST DOG REWARD.
Female black Cnow mix
with while chest,. short
hair Answers to Mindy
LOSI 10/6 around Spnng
Lake Animal Hospital
Purple collar with rabies
lags Skittish around
people., bul otherwise
very friendly. Family pet.
very missed Call 352-
478-2100
52
Animals & Pets
CHIHUAHUAS 2 MALES,
2 FEMALES Parents on '
premS $ s each


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S53A
Yard Sales
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
8AM ? Main Sireet
Hamplon, one DlocK
West of Post Office.
Lots of treasures.
GREAT PRICES AND VA-
RIETY Big selection ol
poured candles Coffee
shop next to Dog House'
Grooming in Melrose.
Saturday only. 7am-'
ARCHERY BOWS PSE
NOVA Never shot
$180 Bear wnie-tall 2.
has case. siles. deiacn.
acrle quiver and arrows.
$150 Call 904.966-
0631
TREE, SALE TULIPe
POPULAR. Red&
Maple. Peach and',
Apple, Corkscrew.
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each .Call.
904-796-0118
GARAGE SALE -
BRADFORD PET CARE
Hospital Sdlurday
8am-12pm
FRIDAY 8AM.4PM Lois
of costume jewelry. knick
knacks and a bunch 0o
this and that 1004
Colley Rd. Slarke
SATURDAY. OCTOBER
21.8AM-2PM 822 Cy-
press St. Slarke
LARGE GARAGE SALE
8AM-4PM Friday ana
Saturday 1378
Bianding St, Slarke
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY Wide vanri
ely. lawn mower like
--new. see for yourself.
385 ArrFr- Rd.
FAMILY YARD SALE -
9AM-1PM. SATURDAY
Behind Tony's Pizza, fol-
low signs Kids boy ana
girl clothes sizes 0-12
years old. maternity
clothes, household
ilems
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
SALES SATURDAY.
9am-2pm, 403 and 406
N Walnul St. Household
items, clothing, lots of
misc goods, some tumi-
lure
BIG GARAGE SALE -
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, 9am-5pm.
301S to 18. lurn righl to-
I ward Graham. take firsI
road after bndge to nghl.
follow signs
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
21. 8AM Lake and
Grove St, Lawiey.
Printer (Hewlett
Packard). 30' bath cab.
sink. end table, clothes.
etc.
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Just souin ol Posl Office
on Hwy 121
55
Wanted
D/S/W/M Disabled Vet, 56
years old. Wanting effi-
ciency or cottage fqr rent
for self, under $350.
Larry Fore 352-390- -
5104. call anytime
I BUY COIN collections-
Morgan & Peace silver.
dollars, silver quaneis &
dimes. Buffalo nickels,
Indian head pennies,
gold coins, proof & mint
sets, etc Call 904 964-
3321
16'X22' CLASS 'C" MO-
TOR HOME in good
condition with generator
Call 352-327-2753
57
For Sale
JIM'S CATFISH FARM
AND U-FISH. Open Sal-
urday and Sunday. 7am-
7pm Free admission
BaDy Koi available Lo-
caled north ol Lawley
Fill din also available
Call 904-782-.1694
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new lype $100
and up each, electric
slove. wntten guarantee.
delivery available For
appoinlmenls. call 904-
964-8801
BED KING SIZE
Pillowlop mattress and
boxspnng win manulac-
lures warranty Brand
new still in plastic Can
deliver Sell lor $170
Call 352-372-7490
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen,
king bed, dresser, mirror.
2 nighlslands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struchion New still In
boxes Retail $6100,
sacnrice for $1100 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE.
beautiful cherry table. 6
cnippendale chairs and
lighted hutcn and Dutfet
Brand new slill boxed
Can deliver Retail
$5800. sacnfice $1100
352-377-9846
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sels $129,
Oueen sets $159. King
sets $189 Maltress Fac-
tory. 441 Easi Brownlee
SI Carpels also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot Cash and carry
Call Somna at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964.3888
BED-OUEEN onnopedic
Pillowlop mattress and
box Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty
Can deliver Sacilfice
$100 Call 352-372-
8588
LAWNMOWERS AND
SrTRAILER. lool Doxes
and bed liners. .Honda..


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. Guinesille. FL




Driveways Sidewalks
Slabs Footings
:'Decorative Concrete
Cocating in nr iry colos'.' ,
Pumping & Finishing,

FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


WANTED



Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call ,len Lourcey



a J5-485-1818S










Bill Morgan andii Jack Ploss
Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or 904-219-4648
*3085 SE 113'" Way Starke, FL 32091
l licensed & Insured


moped and golf cart.
Call 904-964-4118.
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.
BALDWIN ELECTRIC
ORGAN, model 56A.
Two selt of 44.key key.
boards, everything
works, $450. OBO Key-
slone Heighis Pack Ral.
352-473-2183
KENMORE WASHER
AND DRYER $350 for
Doth 2 window air con-
ditioners, $50 each
3006 rile. Wealneroy
Vanguara, $500 Sony
color TV. 32". $250
Keystone Heighis 734.
3580773
FURNITURE COUCH
CHAIR. 3 TABLES (2
end, I cotfee), footstool
2 lamps. Call 904-349-
4157 "
GATOR CLASSIC HORSE
SALE SATUflDA''. No-
vemOer t1tri.'16 lam
Bradford Counly Fair-
grounds Slarke. FL
Consignmerts welcome
Call 660-258-4040 or
850 532: 9229.
FLNB2122
WASHER/DRYER. EX.
TRA LARGE CAPAC
ITY. all cycles, free de.
livery and selup 90 ay
warranly, $150 Call
904-964-5266 '
STOVE 30 INCH ELEC.
TRICK EXTRA CLEAN
90 day warranty free
delivery and seiup
$125 Call 904-964-
5266.
FREEZER UPRIGHT. 16
CU FT E>ira clean. 90


day warranty, free deliv-
ery and setup, $100.
-Call 904-966-5266.
WEDDING GOWN
WORN ONCE Long
Rain wiln veil Size 18.
$500 Call 352-485.
2974
FURNITURE AND MORE
F/S mattress set like
new, $95. Twin bed
frame, $35. Coffee and
end laDies sel, $75.
Lamps. $15 each.
Crinolines. $25 each.
Computer, $125. Field
fence and posts. $350
Telescope, $45. Call
386-496-9783
TEMPSTAR 4.TON A/C
OUTSIDE UNIT (for cen-
Iral a/c wiln indoor air
handlers 2 years old
(only used 1 year ) Very
good conaiion $500
Call work. 352-473-2210
or home, 904-782-3849
after 6pm Arnie
59
Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES Limerock.
crush create asphalt
millings, ouiiding sands.
gravels tractor work
We haul, we spread
Business 904.782-3172.
mobile 904-509-9126
Monday through Satur-
day.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills Leveling 8 raising
Houses.'Bidgs Pier Re-
placement & alignment
Free Esilmales Danny
(Buddly Clark (9041-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
ras mo.:ney to lend lor
M H & land packages
1-800 284-1144I


CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.,
Reasonable rates. free
eslimales Commercial
& residenhal Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave mrie-sage
SECRETARIAL SER
VICES Typeserting re.
sumes, ct. Call Meiisa
at 904-364-6463.
CALL REESE BUILDERS
FOR ALL YOUR norme
and business remodel-
ing needs Ceramic tile,
hardwood Iloors and vi-
nyl installation Call for
free esimaie, 386-336
3929
HOUSEKEEPING PLUS
Honest dependable.
naro-working.,lop tobol.
lorr nouse keeping, fall
clean up for yards or pul
up holiday decorations
All at reasonable ales to
bool Keystoneandsur-
round.na areas Call
352478.4210
AFFORDABLE. DEPEND.
ABLE house cleaning.
weekly. Diweekiy.
moninly or new con-
struction & ory clom car-
pel shampooing. win-


dows Call for free quote
904-769-1541
CNA/PCA LOOKING TO,
CARE FOR ELDERLY in
their home 19 years
experience ana refer
ences Call Kalny al
352-260 8772
CONCEALED WEAPONS
PERMIT $50 One hour.
call 904-964.5019
Classes second Salur.
day of the monin Oy ap.
pointment Call for res.
ervalion
63
Love Lines
WIDOWED W/M, 70.
LOVES LIFE Do you?
Seeks SW/F Letler
aboul yourself plus
phone riumber Mail to
c., Owner. 6137 Hunler
Ave Keystone Heights.
FL 32656
65
Help Wanted
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
FOR FULL AND PART
TIME EMT certified Se.
curity Officers in Palalka
area EMTCenificaion.
and valid FL anvers li-
cense required Class
*D Security License pre.
erred. training assis.


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ROOF
RE-ROOFS
METAL SINGLES
FLAT ROOF
LOW SLOPED
GRAVEL


ill iER S I I'OS;111.1

PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


lance avaiaote. Hminng
bonus for qualified appli-
cants. Call 386-325-
2001 ext 4351 or 904-
281-0070 ext 206 Ior
a p p 0 I1ri I m e ri I
Palalkaarrim@belisouir.
net EOE M/FiDiV
EXPERIENCED BACK
HOE OPERATOR win.
CDLClass A FIT M F
Apply in person,
Damper Septic Tank,
7030 NW 23rd Way,
Gainesville, 352-378-.
2659. DFWF?, EOE.
HELPER NEEDED for
home repair work Call
352-475-1596. leave a
message
SHOP HELP NEEDED. hi
berglass manufaciunng
and trimming will Irain
Full lime 40 Rour week
Apply in person at U S
Body Source, 1 5 miles
South ol Hampton on
CR 325
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working wir,
elderly or disabled cli-
enis 2 or 3 days per
week Su-EIls Relire
ment Home Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling.
lerilizing etc Full lime


FREE REPAIRS
EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
LICENSED TILE WOOD SHINGLES
& MAINTENANCE
INSURED STORM DAMAGE


ROOF \ ilF Ii.sl I'OSsilILL PHICE"
Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Fax: 386-497-1452


S1 ^


"Good Quiality, Good Service, Great Price"






EDDIE NORMAN Irrigation1 JIA S (ONN
i 90( 3-7,931.; Systemns ,3 '2 7-4


I Guaraneed Lowet9- ids!*


We Cart It

CONCRETE


OPEN 24/7 I
h. r'" I /Wr l Buih -r owdle
UCn dl i ,*I) I y


S9sW6 N\VS R l(
Starke.FL


$r We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
in our 1-Yard Mixing Trailer from
Sour plant to your redi-forms.
$149 per yd + tax.. deliveredto you!
VIS At 4- deep






Bobby Campbell

Roofing, Inc.

L :: L i'Ild' & Insured ,

(904) 964-8304

SS FREEr

'ESTIMATES!


Emplhimeni o.ppprtinnitics available.
Call jr mnre in/lrimation.


In just 71 Days...
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
i:r info pac'ei
904-398-3401
next class starts
Nov. 4, 2006
Reg by FL Commission for Independent Educaiton


DRIVER ,
Are you getting a
2006 Pay Increase?
Roehl drivers are with
Practical, Route Mileage
Pay'plus Top 10 pay rate.
53' van/48' FB. ,Up to
$3,000 Sign on bonus.
Students Welcome
Roehl, "The Take Home More,
Be Home More Carrier."
Call 7 days a week!

800-626-4915
www.GoRoehl.com

Tan kers:
SEE THE DIFFERENCE DAILY
HOME TIME & HIGH PAY MAKES IN
YOUR LIFE!
W*e Prk / Truck in Gainesville & I Jacksii ville*
**$50 Sat & Sun PAY**
> Great Benefits
> 'Holiday/Sick Pay
> Night Incentives
> Outstanding Home Time
***Paid Training***
(7i,s A <7)/...\" S i( crr + vn ,.' I 7'' ('Cre n /l,'AR




800-776-9454
www.eagletransportcorp.com


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"


LANDSCAPE f ANANA BAY
LAWN SERVICES ULANDSCAPEINC.
Commercial Residential Splializing in,
MOWING, EDGING i PAMS and TROPICAL
LINE TRIMMING AND MORE! Residential ~ commercial
30+ years experience ; t
Licensed & Certified
Call Bruce Kenworthy ndseape with Sophislicalion & Attitude
Florahome: 386-659-2888 ady owned & operated by Charlie Revay
Cell Phone: 386-916-9805 352-214-1320 352-475-2885


"A Full Service Title Company"


is Our




Priority

Cathy Skelly Jan Jackson
Office Manager

107-F Edwards Rd., Starke, FL

www.sonshinetitle.com (904) 964-2363


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40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
'borers, Class A CDL
drivers- validDrivers li-
cense a Must' Fax re-
Ssume lo 904.275-3292
or call 904-275 4960.
EOE Drug Free Work-
place;
ARMED SECURITY OF.
FICER/O.G. Gainesvile.
FL Full-time $10lhr
Call 904.399-1813
Training provided. EOE,
M/F/D/N..
GILMAN BUILDING
PRODUCTS COM
PANY is accepting appli-
cations for Security
Guard at the Sawmill lo-
cated in Lake Butler. A
high school diploma or
equivalent is required.
Computer knowledge is
required. We have com-
peilive rales and 401K.
denial and nealin insur-
ance, paid vacation and
holidays and promo-
tional opportunities In-
ieresled applicants
should apply in person
Monday through Friday
from 8am-3.30pm at tne
ironic office Applicanis
must ring SS card, pic.
lure ID and diploma
DIRECTOR OF MAINTE.
NANCE B A truck carter ,
in Lake Butler, FL wilh
,335 company trucks and
550 Trailers is accepting
applications lor uits Direc-
or o l Maintenance
posilton. This individual
will manage rhe mainie-
nance of all company
fleel assets and assist
an owner-operalor fleel
of 75 Irucks in treir main-
ienance requirements
This includes regular
Drev-enlairve programs.
and procedures., evalua
lion and purchase ol
equipment and paris.
development and super
vision ol maintenance
staff. development or
professional vendor rela -
tionsnlps. and develop.
ment, expenditure and
administration of an an-
nual maintenance bud-
get. This position re-
ports to the company's
Vice President. The
ideal candidate will have '
minimum of 5 years in a
leadership role as Ithe
maintenance director o
a medium sized or larger
Iruclking company Corn-
peiency in Microsoh Ex.
cel and Word is essen-
iral Salary based on
expenence and educa-
lion Company benefits
include matching 401K,
group health, vacation
and sick leave Call 800-
.808-30.2....
MECHANIC NEEDED
Call 904-964-7535.
UTILITY WORKER
NEEDED for EEO and
Drug Free established
company. We oiler
401K, nealih/denial in-
surance, paid holidays
and vacations $1 raise
after 6 monins Apply in
person at Gilman Build-
ming Products. CR218 in
Maxville. FL
DENTAL ASSISTANT
MONDAY'S ONLY Ex-
perience with pedalaric
palienis Fax resume to
Acorn Clinic Brooker.FL
352-485-1961
STAFF NEEDED TO work
in home and community
wirfl disabled persons
Must nave nigh school
diploma or GED and one
year expenence ol work-
ing wiih disabled or re-
lated iela Evening
hours required. Call
904-966-2100.
TELLER FT. FLORIDA
CREDIT UNION has a



CLA CEMIT Y
ASSISTANT
SOFTBALL
COACH/STlUDENT
SER ICES SUPPORTr
A mlr Ihe head Softball
Cowh ihi all dlulle,
required for intercollegiate
softball team.
Work half time in
Student Services areas.
Must have minimum of
High School diploma plus
high school or college
playing and/or coaching
"\p iiilienCe B. ',lheIli ';
degree preferred..
Valid Florida driver's
license required.
Salary: $20,583.00
annually plus benefits
Review of applications will
begin immediately. open
INSTRUCTOR, TURF
EQUIPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
Beginning January 2007
Teach turf equipment and
shop management classes
including mechanics,
diagnostics, welding and
maintenance. AA/AS with
five years full-ime
mechanic experience.
Bachelor's degree
preferred. Teaching
experience and/or turf
equipment technician
experience desired.
Salary: Based on degree
and experience plus
benefits
Application and materials
must arrive by November
15, 2006, for guaranteed
consideration.
College application required.
Position details and
application available on the
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu


Inquiries: Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake City, Fl. 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
'E-mail:
bictichergyhlikecitycc.edu
I.C'C is accredited by the
Southern A,'sociationii
W C'ollhges and Scholos
V/'iADA/IEA/t0 College in
I.ducatiion & Emplhoyment


FT teller position avail-
able at our Starke
branch. Experience with
high volume cash han-
dling, maintaining cash
drawer, balancing,
cross-selling ability, and
customer service exper-
tise is required. Prior
credit union/bank expe-
rience is a plus. We of-
fer competitive salary,
incentives, and excellent
benefits. Stop by our
branch at 1371 South
Walnut-to complete an
application or send re-
sume to Florida Credit
Union, Attn: HR/TLR.
PO Box- 55-19,
Gairesville, FL 32627.
Fax 352-264--2661 E-
mail Kross@'llCu or' M/
F/D/V EOE Drug Free
Workplace
LPN S NEEDED FTAND
P/T. The Clay County
Snenn's Ofce is accept
ing applicanons for
LPN's to work in our De--
tention Facility Medical
Section one of Ihe beel
laciiiiies in ire 5alre
Flexible scnedulirn.i
work an occasional :hifl
or lull time Greal swal
ary and siale reinemenri
- Excellernl oenei.: fori lull
:ime. EOE ana Di/ug
Free Workplace. For in-
lorrrnaion and appi,.:a-
lion. call 904-213-E.040
Visit our websie
Srww cl.iaysne rif corn
LAKE BUTLER HOSPI.
TAL Pnarmrnacisi. PRN
with call Paireri Ac
count Represenialie.
FT Certified MT.'MLT
FT'PT/PRfI wilh call
Certliied Nursing A.i.i'
5ani. FT/PT,'PRNi Ward
SClerk,.FT/PT/PRN. For
S urtner inlc.rmallorn
please visii our weObsie
w'Vww iakebulLerr cpil a
con' Call 3Ca6-4`4F-
2323 fax 286'196-1611
Equal Employment Op-
portunit/ Drug Free
Workplace.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPI.
TAL Courier FT wlin


call. Assures the" avail-
ability of courier services
with LBH and its divi-
sions. 'Applicant must
meet physical qualifica-
tions as outlined in State
of FL Commercial Driv-
ers License require-
ments. Valid State of FL
License required. For
further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com. Call 386-496-
2323, fax 386-496-1611.
Equal Employpent Op-
portunity, Drug Free
Workplace.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPI-
TAL Director of Patient
Accounts, FT. High
School Diploma. with
somecollege and/or re-
S laleda specialI gaining in
c.*llecli,r.r t u .,nes .
administration required.
.Strong marageme'ni
and c:.:.mmunication
sl.,iit a muil Greatben-
efits and salary. For fur-
ther information, please
visit our website,:
, iv ev l-aiebulierr.r.spitial
com Call '86496
2323 las 286-.96-161
Equal Emplc.,-mrenl Op-'
poriurnly Drug Free
Wc'r-place
HELP WANTED
STARVE CITGO Panr
lime 2nd and 3rd shilis
Call 90-W 9641-540
ASSOCIATES DEGREE
WITH THREE ',EARS


Driver Dedicated Regional




Avg. $825 $1025/wk

65% preloaded/pretarped

Jacksonville. FL Terminal

CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627
v\\'\.ctdrifve .rs.cor




' -Employmer ap.,i

Opportunity For











2 yrs experience min.
Paid vacation
401k *Major medical ins.
Competitive wages
C'f / ., .



SAWYER GAS
"YOUR LOCAL FULL-SERVICE PROPANE DEALER"
9449 US Hwy 301 South
Hampton, FL
(352) 468-1500
1-800-683-1005


or more in furniture or
metal. Ability to read and
interpret documents
such as purchase or-
ders, product specifica-
tions and blueprints:
The ability to write
quotes and letters of in-
tent. Candidate'must
have good oral and writ-
ten communication
skills. Work with the dis-
tribution channels se-
lected and the sales
team to promote
PRIDE's product lines
and services. Travel and
over niqht stays will be
a -najor parn ...1 is job.
A clean and safe driving
record is mandatory
FaA resumes lo 727
556 3389 wvih iererence
number F 1606 Loca-
i.;)n Rarloro. FL
'HIRING CLASS B OTR
DRIVER $6.00.$.00Awk
poreniali Expedied no
ioucr Ire.gni Call 8600
426.6,79
TRACTOR TRAILER TIRE
REPAIR Monday-Frr.
cday 'ay snil Excellenl
pay uenehis Apply
5912 New Kings R .
Jacksonville, FL 32209.
LOCAL CLEANING SER-
VICE looking for pan
lime relp 20-30 hrs
weekly lMusl ave reil
erences ana a back
ground criec Mustl be
nonesI reliableanad o-
iaiele Conrad Elena at


SVacation Benefits


904-364-6455. .
NOW HEAR THIS!! Earn
$70,000 plus yearly.
Spend 2 days with me,
I'll -prove it to you. The
#1 commercial aerial
photography in the USA.
is recruiting sharp, high
class sales reps in your
area. No travel. Call
Charles Berdet at 1-800-
767-2553.-
IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR AN OFFICE MAN-
AGER at Keystone
United Methodist
Church. 29 hrs/wk, par-
tial benefit package, ex-
cellent database and
Microsoft office skills a
must. Contact 352-473-
3829 for interview
TELLER'CLERK Immed,-
ale opening in credit


union for mature inoi-
vidual. Attentive to de-
tail, good communica-
tion skills, basic com-
puter knowledge and
experience working with
cash. Will train. Fax re-
sume to: 386-431-2027-
or call 386-431-2017.
NEED GLASSAFLORIDA
DRIVER for semi wiin
lialbed Hinng immeai-
ately. Rulns n Florida
only. Home every week-
end, great pay. Call
Mike, 904-545-0548.
MH Trucking Co., Inc.
BRADFORD TERRACE -
A SKILLED NURSING
FACILITY is now accept.
ing applications for
C CN A's FT and PT 3/
SI and 11/7 shifts Ap-
ply in person al Bradford


SANTA FE

COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Security Officer

Application Deadline:
October 25, 2006
For additional information visit:
http://admin.sfcc.edul-humresourc/
or call Human Resources at
352-395-5185


lTerrce, U8 o. oLley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091.
904-964-6220, DFWP/
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE Is
now accepting applica-
tions for the following
positions; Unit Manager,
F/T LPN on the 3/11 shift
. and PRN LPN's for all
shifts Apply in person
at Bradfuru terrace. 808
S Colley Rd. Slarke, FL
32091. 904-964-6220,
DFWP/EOE.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
LIKE atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor
Open positions or


tenance assistant, and
dietary aids. Fill out ap-
plications at 602 E Laura
St., Starke 32091 or fax
resume to 904-964-
6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
EEOC/DFWRP.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
POSITION at Camp
Blanding Exchange in
Starke, FL. Applicants
should have retail expe-
nence or.equivalent col-
lege courses, be profi-
cient in the use of com-
puters, be very reliable
and available to work


...... ...... P"!I 1 ".>- 1P l
J s ensS.


who meet the qualifica-
tions'send resume to
Leslye Stevenson'(Store
Manager), 5629 SR16
West, Starke, FL 32092.
Tel (904)682-3513 or by
e-mail to:. leslye.
stevenson@us army mil
TEACHERS NEEDED TO
TUTOR AT STARKE
ELEMENTARY and
Soulhside Elementary
for.ocal reputable com-
pany. Top pay, after
school hours for certified-
teachers. SES/NCLB
Program. Call Kathy at
352-481-3611


Interested in working with Animals?
Bradford County Sheriff's Department has openings for:
Animal Shelter Manager
Animal Control Officer
Full-time w/Benefits and Part-time positions available.,,
$10.00 starting" salary. Commensurate with experience.
Applications may be picked up at the Sheriff's Office, 945-
B N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL (behind the Courthouse).
Applications taken through 10/26/06. '
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Starke, FL




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It was
_emotional for
family
members to
-watch their
a- loved ones
drive away.
Pictured
above (from
left) are
members of
Greg
Jackson's
family: Joann
Jackson '
(stepmother), ..
Greer .
Jackson
(daughter), .Mia
Monisha
Perkins -
(niece) and
S Donnie
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"I'm a lIttt bit used to it this
time." said Troy Merrett, who
went overseas ,in 2003, 'but
it's never easy. This one seems
like it's going to' be -a little
rougher because '(the
deploy ment's) a little longer."
Merrett said the hardest part
is saying goodbye to loved
ones. You would be hard
pressed to find anyone who


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didn't agree with that.
sentiment.,
"Right now, I'm just dealing
with missing my family when I
leave," said Greg Jackson of
Starke.
Merrett, who .Was sitting at a
table in the mess hall with his
wife, Debbie, said neither he
nor she slept much the night'
before. The two eventually
wandered off to a more quiet,
spot, where Debbie shed a few"
tears.
"It's very hard to be left at
home," she said. "We have




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and Trevor, before he leaves.


two kids and four grandkids.
They miss him terribly because
they're 'Papa's' kids.
"We're just praying hard."
Jackson's father,: Donnie
Jackson, said prayer is the key
to his family and his son
getting through this next 10
months.
"We-haveto get our strength
from God," Donnie Jackson
said. "That's the thing.I'm
telling (Greg), to make sure he,
puts God first because he's
going to, need him more than
he needs us. God is going to
provide for everything and for
his every need."
Donnie Jackson said though
it was an emotional time, he
had no 'problem w ith watching
his son' .go off and do
something he enjoys doing.
Greg Jackson described being
a member of the RED HORSE
Unit as special.
"It gi\es you a sense of
pride in what you do and %k hat
you do for your country," he
said.
,RED HORSE family
members share that sense of
pride.
"I'm very proud of what
he's doing." Debbie Merrett
said of her husband, Troy,
while the two sat in ithe mess
hall. She then reached over and
grabbed his arm, saying, "I
love a man in uniform."
As those men and women in
uniform departed at
approximately 7:30 a.m.,
Donnie Jackson_.s.uimmed_up.
what was probably on the
minds of all those family
members left behind.
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return to us safe and sound,
along with the entire unit," he
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vehicles because it could lead,
to an increase in fatalities.
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Manager Fritz Behring, the
board of commissioners is still
researching the issue and it is'
expected that Sheriff Rick
Beseler will give his
recommendations at 'the next
board meeting scheduled for
Oct. 24 at 2 p.m.
Deputy Dean Jones,
spokesman for the Clay
County Sheriff's office, stated
that law enforcement's biggest
interest right now is the
possible increase in ATV
rollovers, serious injuries and
deaths due to the sharing of
roadways with motor vehicles.
According to Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead. the
county commissioners have<
asked for his input regarding
the matter.
"I1 feel that although the
statute was created with good
intentions, it may inadvertently
be opening up a Pandora's
box," said Whitehead.
The city of Lake Butler
board of commissioners has
not yet publicly addressed the
changes to the law. Its next
scheduled meeting is to be
held on Monday, Nov. 20, at 7
p.m.
The Bradford County
Sheriff's Office currently has
the issue under advisement.
Sheriff Bob Milner will brief
the county commission at its
regularly scheduled meeting
this evening at 7 p.m.


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Masonry students can look-forward to a 'rewarding' career


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
SImagine driving through a
city with your kidg in the car
and being able to point to this
building or that building ana
say. "I helped build that."
The students in the brick and
block masonry class at the
Bradford-Union Area Career
and Technical Center in Starke
may soon be able to do just
that.
Completing the course can
lead to initial emhiploy ment
averaging $10 per hour.
Completing a three-Near
apprenticeship- during \ which
'the student would %work and
earn money while recei ing
-additional training-%%ould
lead to employ ment at an
a erage of $20 to $22 per
hour.
The class is open to both
high school students and
adults, but the high school
students participate for free,
!while the adult students must
pay $2,887.50 in total tuition
and a lab fee of $25 per
semester.
Instructor Mike Be ille said
-the course is run in sections, so
-not all that money would be
'due at one time. The complete
course is 1,650 hours at $1.75
'per hour for the total tuition.
*but students can pay for one
semester at a time.
Students must be at least 16
-years old and be able to pass
the Test of Adult Basic
Education iTABE) at a ninth-
grade le\el. A 16-year-old
high school student could
complete the course in two
years while still in school. An
adult student can choose to
Lake longer class sessions and
complete the course sooner



Bradford ;Co.
Community
Connection
meets tonight
The Bradford County
Community'Connection meets
this Thursday, Oct. 19. at 6:30
p.m. in the Santa Fe
Community College Andrews
Center board room.
All members arid anyone
interested in the organization
are welcome to attend.


BMS cross

country
teams win at

Cedar Key

BY CLIFF SMNELLEY
Telegraph Stiff Writer
Bradford Mkiddle School'!
boys and girls cross country
teams each improLed to 4-1I or
the season after both came
away \nith first place at a meei
in Cedar Key on Oct.: 10.
Coach John Loper s,'
was pleased w ith the
which saw some! run.
record their best times b\ more
than 1:30.
"I wvas \ery satisfied w th
our performance in that race."
he said.
Natali Powell led the girls
team with a personal record
(PR) and school record of
23:15 She was closely
followed b\ Nicole Miller,
who had a PR of 23 IS.
Other girls competing for
Bradford were:, Jessika
Robinson 124:15i. Samantha
Steffen i25:151. Ashle\
Sutherland (25.17., Felicia
Foti i2S:15i. Destiny Griffith
(29:17), Khnristle Cra ford
(29:261. Jodi Carter 129:30,
PR). Rachel Renrisberger
(29:34;. Sa-.jnna Munyan
(29:35). Shiannr S',lvester
(32:28. PR i and Ka.la Garlo
(33:57).
Andrev, Merrill led the boys
team w ith a PR of 21-16. while
Luke Thompson also had a PR
ith a time of 22:4-14.
The remaining bo s' times
were: Colton \\all 23.04).
Rowdy Rensberger i23:40i.
Andrew Warren i23.44i,
James Ramseur i24:1S, PR;,
Don Hunt (25-58). Jordan
D\al i26.04-. PRi. Cods
Stinneit i26:10, PRi. Sean
Andrewo. (26:.57i. Seth Miller
,27:46i. Dustinr C:,rbit (36.46,


PR) and Sean Jones (37:59,
PR).


than that. '
"They also need a good
understanding of applied math"
the ability to lift about 70
pounds and a willingness to


work," said Beville.
The course teaches the
students how to use the tools
in\ol'ed in masonry, how to
correctly lay out a brick or


block project, how to work
from, blueprints and how to
keep their W ork consistent
: throughout the project.
"It isn't hard to learn, but it


is hard work," said Beville.
"But it's v'ry rewarding."
Beville said masonry is a
rewarding career, both in the
.money a person can earn and


in the satisfaction involved in
being part of erecting buildings
that will be used for many
See MASON, p. 3C






Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TlIMES & MONITOR-C-SECTION Qct. 19, 2006


Special Halloween event planned
BY MARCIA MILLER parking lot adjacent to
Telegraph Staf'Wruter city hall. Dancing
contests will be run
Gators and tigers and pumpkins ... oh my! throughout the
Plans for the Great Pumpkin Escape on evening on the
Saturday, Oct. 2 ,, are being finalized and stage. ... .
.thousands of young costume wearers are The city
expected to crowd the streets parking lot w ill also
of Starke from 5-9 p.m play host to a spooky
Popular attractions at haunted house. Admission
the event are booths that for the haunted house is $3. ...
I | provide opportunities Proceeds from booth rental
."" .- for parents to have ,,. go to fund next year's Pumpkin
t photos made of Escape, but the proceeds from the
\ their children with a .haunted house are earmarked to
background that includes fund a business scholarship being set
live tigers or alligators. up in memory of one of the members
Children get to see the of the DBCA, Naomi Herres. who
animals and ha\e their photos passed away.
made while the proceeds from the Herres owned the Merle Norman
,photo sales help efforts to preserve [ store in downtown Starke and was
wildlife. i very active in the various events
Pumpkin Escape is sponsored sponsored in downtown. The
by the Downtown Business )'' scholarship will be awarded to a
Community Association and will / Bradford High School student
be spread out in the dov ntown area on ho is interested in pursuing a
Call, Walnut and career in business.
Thompson streets. There are also contests
Free candy available. A costume contest will
will be ake place on the stage at city hall
given .. at 6:30 p.m. Judging will occur at
7 p.m. Bring your favorite little
ghoul and let the judging begin.
S Of course, what's a
.. out Halloween-event without a jack-
Sto o-lantern? A pumpkin carving
'children contest will take place at 5 p.m. in
from 6-8 p.m.. front of the stage at city hall.
but the carnival-style Pumpkin entries must be turned
games, entertainment, contests and fun 1.,,. .. in by I p.m.
will last until 9 p.m. /' A variety of foods will also
Organizer Norma Donn said the be for sale by different
popular giant inflatable pinball booth vendors. Many of the food
will be back this year. Some of the 'endors are local churches
attractions are slides and bounce and include homemade
houses that are run by contractors goodies.
for profit. There are still
However, most of the games are a few spaces
run by nonprofit groups. Some are
SM asOd-e'
for the various groups. For the fund-raiser vendors. so if A
games, the prices to play range from small your group is .
change to $1. interested in
"It should be a lot of fun for everyone," said participating. .
Donn. contact Donn at (904)
Steel Country will be the featured band. The 964-4420.
band will perform on a stage set up in the city


BHS runners
put forth "
quality effort

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff 'Writer
Two runners recorded their
best time of the, season and
the rest recorded personal
records in the Bradford cross
country teams" performances
at the Buchholz Invitational at
Santa Fe Community College
in Gainesville on Oct. 14.
Coach John Loper said it
was by far the best
performance put forth by
Bradford runners in a long
time.
"It was a very positive
meet," he l said.
Chris Underhill led the boys


team with a season-best time
of 19:11. The rest of the team
members set, personal records:
Carlton Crudup (21:25), David
Weeks (22:26), Cody Parker
(22:28), Thomas Boyette
(23:18) and Travis Ledger


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Christina Jordan led the girls
runners with a season-best
time of 24:47. Tracy Ledger
and Caitlin Wade had personal
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In 1996. LifeSouth board
member Perry McGriff of
Gainesville brought up the idea
of a national blood donor
awareness campaign.
His idea consisted of a team
of LifeSouth donors and
recipients cycling cross
country holding blood drives
and sharing personal stories at
various slops along the %way.
Thus began LifeSouth
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The Five Points of Life
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ways Nou can share life with
others through donating blood,
plasma. marrow, cord blood
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Bradford High School to speak
to the class of 2007. School
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who himself received a kidney
transplant just last year, was
unable to attend.
!: As they gave away T-shirts
and wristbands, the cyclists
each told their personal and
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MASON
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years to come.
Beville said he knows one
mason who previously
completed the apprenticeship
program and now earns
$75,000 to $100,000 a. year.
"He only works 10 months a
year and still earns that. He
hunts and fishes for the other
tw6 months," said Beville.
The brother of one of .he
current masonry students
completed the program last
year and is now earning $12-
$14 per hour while still
working in the apprenticeship
program.
"If students want to learn
and are willing to put in the
sweat equity involved, they
can complete this course and
have the opportunity to earn an
excellent salary," said Beville.
The course is set up so
students can .earn three
different certifications. The
first is masonry tender, a
certification that would mean a
student could work as a
mason's helper. The second is
core masonry and the final
certification is brick masonry.
'The course teaches the use
and maintenance of the tools
and equipment involved in
masonry, safety procedures,
the proper use of materials,
technical skills like reading
blueprints and calculating
proper layouts, and a variety of
general job skills. '
Beville said if a student
completes the certifications in
the program, a job and
apprenticeship can almost be
guaranteed.
The career center program is
coordinated with the Florida
Masonry Apprenticeship and
Educational Foundation, so
students who complete 'the
Bradford program are eligible
for an apprenticeship.
Al Herndon, regional
apprenticeship representative
for FMAEF, "said the
organization is impressed wimn
the career center program.
"We're very, pleased with the.
way it's working," he said.
For more information on the'
program, contact the career.
center at (904) 966-6764.


LIFE
Continued


Robert Betancourt uses a mason's folding rule to
measure the height of his string.


from p. 2C


Hodgekins disease-lymph
node cancer. Blood transfusion
plays an extensive role in
cancer treatnqents.
Rodney Ford served three
years on the Organ Donor
Education and Awareness
Program Council and is listed
on the National Marrow Donor
Program Registry (NMDPR).
Carol Wingate is the director
of a cardiopulmonary
rehabilitation center ,in
Arkansas. For years, she has
worked with patients who have
needed and received
transplants as well as those
who didn't outlive the waiting
list.
At the age of 45, Gerhard
Van Dyk of Malmesbury,
South Africa, received a heart
transplant. He has since
committed himself to create
awareness for the cause.
Jim Hepinstall, of
Tennessee, was diagnosed with
Polycystic Kidney disease. He
received dialysis for 13 months
before he received a kidney
donation.
Connie -Koch of Missouri
lost her 17-year-old son to an
automobile accident eight
years ago. Being, a registered
organ donor, her son, in turn,
saved or enhanced the lives of
more than 60 people.
Bob Wise of Tampa has
been a regular blood donor
since 1970. K.K. Anderson of
Wisconsin served as ;a
cardiothoracic physicians
assistant for 20 years.
Many times she has seen
patients suffering with the end-
stages of heart or lung disease
miraculously transform after
receiving a transplant.
Former Chicago Bears team


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He who can implant
courage in the human soul
is the best physician.
-Karl Ludwig von Knebel
The starting points of
character and destiny in the
young begin with home
environment and outside
associations.
-Harry F. Banks


member and U.S. Military
serviceman Mike Rogan of
Alabama carries a rare blood
type and knows from past
experience the difficulty of
finding matching donors.


To find out more about
saving or enhancing the lives
of others, contact the
LifeSouth Community Blood
Center in Starke at (904) 966-
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air bubbles are worked out of it.


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Indians remain second in district with win over BHS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The momentum had swung.
Bradford drove 95 yards and
scored to pull within six points
of Keystone Heights. The host
Indians faced the prospect of
having to give the ball back to
the Tornadoes if their offense
could not convert on a third-
and-8 play.
The Tornadoes did get the
ball back, but not before they
found themselves facing a 14-
point deficit after Keystone
running back Matt Story took a
screen pass and turned it into a
60-yard touchdown to: help
lead the Indians to a 35-21 win
in District 3-2A on Oct. 13..
'"They called the right play
at the right time," Bradford
head coach 'Chad Bankston
said. "We blitzed and they
caught us in it. They made us
pay for it."
It was the second of three,
fourth-quarter touchdowns
scored by Story.
S"I was just hoping to.get a
first down and it turnedinto.
siii~ifhing big," the junior


running back said.
Story increased his team's
lead to 21 points, scoring from
Bradford's 2-yard line after an
interception by Josh Mangos.
Bradford added a touchdown
on a 3-yard run by Rob Harris
with 25 seconds remaining.
"All in all, the kids played
well," Keystope,.head coach
Chuck Dickinson said. "It was.
a good victory for them." .
Keystone improved to 6-1,. a
record, the program has not
seen since the 1992 season
(that team finished 9-2). More,
importantly, the %in improved
the Indians' district record to
2-1, and keeps them in second
:place'-tied with West
Nassau-behind leader Bolles.
"It puts us in a good
position, but it doesn't mean
anything," Dickinson said.
"We've got to %'in the next
.two games."
Bradford (4-3) 'fell to 1-2 in
the district, but th& Tornadoes
are not necessarily out of the
playoff chase. The roles were
reversed last year when
Bradford defeated Keystone,


but the Indians finished as
district runners-up.
The Tornadoes simply have
to win their remaining district
games this year and hope
Keystone slips up.
"That's how you've got to
approach it," Bankston said.
"We've just got to go out and
beat Ribault and West
Nassau."
Story finished strong for the
Indians, but it was backfield
mate Greg Taylor who put the
Indians on the board first.-
Keystone's first possession,
after a short Bradford punt,
began at the. Bradford 41. The
Indians, aided by. the
Tornadoes jumping offsides
three times, found the end zone
in five plays, with Taylor (71
yards rushing on 15 attempts)
doing the honors from 6 yards
out.
Keystone's offense was kept
in check for the remainder of
the half, with: the exception of
a 34-yard drive to the Bradford
.24 late in the second quarter:
However,- the drive ended
when kicker Michael McLeod
missed a 41-yard field goal.
Bradford's offense, after


gaining just 33 yards for most
of the first half, put together, a
late second-quarter, drive as
well. Jernard Beard had a
reception of 10 yards and
gained 12 yards on a reverse to
help the Tornadoes move to
the Keystone 41.
Quarterback Antrian Brown
completed a 20-Nard pass to
Jawan Jamison that set the.
Tornadoes up at the 10-yard
line. Bradford was forced to
attempt a 27-yard field,goal,
however, which Glenn
Velasquez missed *with 50
seconds left in the half.
Bradford's defense, which
yielded just -70 yards in the,
first half, forced a fumble at
the start of the second half:
Harris recovered and returned
the ball deep into Keystone
territory, only to have a
penalty push the Tornadoes
back to their o%\n 27. The\
eventually punted back to.
Keystone after driving to the
50-yard line.
The-Indians' offense seemed
to be going nowhere, facing a
third-and-10, but a pass from.
Blake Lott to Taylor ended up


as a completion when Bradford
linebacker Marcus Wilson
tipped the ball right into
Taylor's hands. The play
resulted in a 69-yard
touchdown at the 4:51 mark of
the third quarter.
McLeod's PAT put the
Indians up 14-0.
Bradford came. right, back.
Brown completed three passes
for 25 yards before Harris
broke loose for a 41-yard run
before Lott made a
touchdown-saving tackle at the
Keystone 8. Jamison, who led
'all rushers with 95 yards on 15
carries, .scored on the next
play, and the PAT by
Velasquez pulled the
Tornadoes within seven with.
2:27 left in the third quarter.
As Bankston observed.
every time his team gained
some momentum. Keystone
took it right back; The Indians
responded to Jamison's score
by dri' ing 69 yards for their
.third touchdown. Story and,
Taylor each had two runs that
netted 20 yards before Story
scored on a 3-yard plunge at
the 11:52 mark of the fourth
quarter,, putting Key stone .up,


20-7.
The PAT was no good, but
that didn't seem to matter as
the Indians seemed poised to
put the game away .after
Bradford went for, and failed,
to convert a fourth-down play
from its own 26. Keystone
drove to the 9-yard line before
coughing up the ball.
Bradford-' s Jamison
recovered and the Tornadoes
put together a 95-yard scoring
drive that was aided by three
dead-ball, personal foul
penalties on Keystone. Those
penalties amounted to 40.
yards, while Bradford also had
big& gains on a, 10-yard run by
Beard, a 17-yard run by
Jamison and a 15-yard
reception by Maurice Portis.
Harris, who finished the
game with 51 \ards on eight
carries, capped the drive with
an II -yard touchdo% n run
with 6:33 to play.
"We got it ,o ',0-14 and I
thought we had a pretty good
chance at that point," Bankston
said. -"We just couldn't get
them stopped."
See SECOND, p. 7C


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Keystone plays at Interlachen Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It would appear that
remaining in second place in
District 3-Class 2A would not
be a problem for the Keystone
Heights football team .this.


week. After all, the Indians are
playing an Interlachen Rams
team that has won juisi two
games and has been outscored
209-46 in its fiie losses.
However, the Rams. \who
host the Indians this Frida\.
Oct. 20. at 7:30 p.m., ha e


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shown a tendency in the past to
play Key stone tough.
regardless of their record.
Take last Near, for example.
Interlachen won only four
games, but the Rams held
KewLsone's offense to just two
field goals in a 6-0 loss.
Still. the Rams played a lot
of people close that season, but
ha'e failed to do so this year
%when they haven't been on the
% inning end. Interlachen's
closest loss %was 20-8 against
Hawthorne in the season
opener. Since then, the Rams
have lost 48-0 to Bradford (a
team the Indians just beat 35-
21),. 54-13 to New berry (a
team Keystone beat 14-7), 42,
12 to Ribault and 45-13 to
West Nassau (a team Keystone


beat 21-14).
Interlachen's two wins came
against Father Lopez (41-13)
and Pierson Taylor (42-6). .
The Rams got off to a good
start in last week's game
against West Nassau when
Harry Sno\er returned an.
interception -14 yards for a ;
touchdown on the third play
from scrimmage.
How\ever, West Nassau
scored the next 24 points and
forced four Interlachen
turno ers.
Turnovers were a'problem
for the Rams in last' year's
,game against Keystone, That
game, saw Interlachen lose
three fumbles, while
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Our office is located at the Santa Fe Community College Watson Center in
Keystone Heights. Our hours are Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tax Collector Teila Pearson will offer full services except driver's licenses
which will begin November 13, 2006.
Clerk of the Court Ray Norman will accept traffic ticket payments and will
have passport and concealed weapons permits available,
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez will help property owners with questions,
accept exemption applications and make address changes to property
records.
Supervisor of Elections Terry Vaughan will register and make changes for
voters.
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Fall Bazaar and Craft Show

October 20 & 21

Fri 8am to 6pm Sat 8am to 2pm

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Oct. 19,2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 5C


Jason W. Bradley and Zac Templeton and
Amanda Michelle Lee Lindsey Knea


Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stephen Crane


Breton and Crane are wed


Janna Lane Turner Breton
and Richard "Ricky" Stephen
Crane were married Sept. 16,
2006. on the beach at.Anasiasia
State Park in St. Augustine
Beach.
Earl Glisson of St. Augustine
performed the ceremony.
The bride's parents are the
late John L. Turner Jr. and
Tallulah Turner of Palatka.
The groom's parents are the
late Richard Crane and Bonnie
Crane of Keystone Heights.
Given in marriage b\ her two
sons, Wil Breton and John
Breton. the bride swore an ior\
chiffon princess A-line goswn
% ith a hand-beaded, halier neck
and draped bodice swith a
matching beaded brooch.
She carried a bouquet of fresh
while roses, calla lilies and
lizanthus accented wkith her
chosen colors of aqua. teal and
blue.
The maid of honor was the
bride's daughter, Emily Breton,
who wore a batik-look hand-
sew n halter top gow n made of
tie dyed crinkled chiffon. She
carried a small matching
bouquet of fresh flowers.
Flower girl. Hanna Crane. is
the daughter of the groom. She
also %%ore a hand-sewn chitton
dress accented vith satin rib .on .,.
in the chosen colors. She carried
an iridescent shell w% which served
as the basket for the flower
petals.
I Colton Crane. son of the
groom, wsas the ring-bearer. He
carried a giant clam shell tilled
with beach sand to accentuate
the rings.


Robin Ruthertord ort
Russelille, K\.. served a best
man. The groom and his
attendants wore matching shirts
and khaki shons.
Follow ing the ceremony was
a dinner reception %which was
held at the park and carried out
the beach theme. The couple
and their children are planning a
trip to Jamaica ne\t summer.
The bride is the ow ner of the
Talent Village Learning Center
in Keystone Heights. The
.groom is employed b\ Metal
Container Corporation in
Gainess ille.
The couple %\ill lite in
Nielr, ,e.


Lee and

Bradley to

wed Oct. 21
Susan Bielling and Joey Lee
announce the upcoming
marriage of heir daughter,
Amanda MNichcllc Lee. to
Jason \\. Bradley. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Terr\ Bradle\.
The addingng "ill take place
at Pro% idencc \ ill.gc Baplisl
Church :ii 5 p.m.. >n Saiurdai\.
Oct. 2. 211. f().
A rcc piln w ill
immediately follow the
ceremony in the J.C. CI.alti
Family Life Center.
Famil\ and friends are
in\ ited.


Look Good. Feel Better support
group is a free makeover "how to"
with wig, scarf and skin care tips
for %women currently undergoing
cancer treatment Facilitated by a
licensed cosmetologist, classes are
scheduled to meet demand.
Preregistration is required. Call
(904) 758-3074 or (352; 376-6866
for information.


Knea and

Templeton to

wed Oct. 28
Renee and Robert Wilkison
of Starke announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter. Lmindse\ Knea. to Zac
Templeton of Starke.
fhe bride-elect i.- a graduate
t1i Bradford High School.
The groom-elect graduated
trom BHS and w-rirks at Ne\'.
Riker Correctional Institution.
The weddinge w\ill be held at
Grace Mcthodist Church in
Laj. teN ai I p.m. on Saturday.
Oct. 2,N. 20()10.
A rece p ion '. ll
immediate I' follow the
ceremony.
Family and friends are
in% iied.


A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6.30 p m. at the Senior Health Care
Center Call to register i904i 782-
1069.


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Sunday Worship at 10:00 A.M.
in the Banquet Hall of the
KOA Campground.
U.S. 301 S.
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Veterans of Foreign Wars (VTWI
Post 1016 and its Ladies Auxiliary,
are accepting entries for the Patriot's
Pen Essay Contest and the Voice of
Democracy Scholarship
Compelition.-Patriot's Pen is for
sisth-, seventh- and eighth-grade
students. The theme is, "Citizenship
in America Post 1016 will award a
$50 U.S. Savings Bond to the local
%w inner. The Voice of Democrac,
Competition provides ninth- through
12-grade students the opportunity to
%write and record a broadcast script.
The theme ir. "Freedom's
Challenge." Post 1016 will award its
%w inner a $100 U S. Sas ings bond.
Entries are due to the Post
chairperson. Christine Peace. by
Wednesday, No%. I..For rules and
applications, call Peace at (904)
368-0447, or ,isit the VFW Web
site. w%%' ., \ f,( org.
Starke and Lake Butler Head
Start is now enrolling students.
The free federally funded program
is now taking applications for the
2006-2007 school year.
The program is open to preschool
children who turn 3 years old on or
before Sept. 1. Head Start offers
educational acti, cities, health and
family services. To apply in Starke,
call K' le Bonesteel at (904)964-
8280 to set up an appointment.
Parents may also stop by the Starke
Center. located at 1080 N. Pine St.,
or contact ECS Resource and
Referral at k904) 964-1543. To


apply in Lake Butler, call Alberta
Hampton at (386) 496-2160 or visit
495 Southeast 5th St. Bring the
child's Birth Certificate and proof ol
income when applying.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free
mammograms and annual pap
smears to women 50 and older %w ho
have little or no health insurance.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8.30 a.m.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m
Friday. 8:30 -II a.m ACORN is
located in Brooker. Call (3521485-
1133.


BIRTHS

Justin
Kerschner
Terry and Amanda
Kerschner of Alachua
announce the birth of their son,
Justin Matthew Kerschner. on
Sept. 10, 2006, in Gainesville.
Justin weighed 6 pounds. 7
ounces. He joins a brother,
Jonathan Edward Kerschner.
Maternal grandparents are
Ronnie and Terri Baker of
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Russell and Twila Kerschner of
Hampton.


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Matthew Thomas Kohn
and Carolyn Renee Hill


Hill and Kohn

to wed

Oct,.21
:Carolyn Renee. Hill and
Matthew Thomas. Kohn.
announce their upcoming.
marriage..
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Mary Louise
-Johnson of Starke.
The groom-elect is the son
of Merian Blocker of
Jacksonville.
TITe wedding will take place
on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006, at
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church at 3
p.m. .
A reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds.
Family and friends are
invited.

WORTH NOTING
A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for those who suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
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KH volleyball
earns another
loss against
ranked team
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights squared
off against yet another ranked
opponent, resulting in another
loss for the volleyball team to
close out the regular season.
The Indians hosted fifth-
ranked, Class 2A St. Johns
Country Day, which defeated
Keystone 371 .(17-25,. 25-21,
25-18, 25-20) in the regular
season finale on Oct. 12.
It was senior night at KHHS,
and the team's seniors did
have a. good match. Lroi
Albritton had 23 assists, eight
service points and four blocks.
Noel Bartley had 13 service
points, five aces and nine digs,
Michelle Houser had 23 digs,
10 service points and three
service aces, .and Mallor '
Wasik had 18 kills and 12
digs.. ;
It was the-third straight loss
for the Indians, and their fourth
in the last five matches. All but
one of those four losses came
against "ranked teams,


including two ranked teams in seed Keystone Heights.
Class 4A: Bishop Kenny and- Union, the tournament's
Nease.' fifth seed, ended its season
Keystone played in the with a 9-14 record. However,
semifinals of the District6- coach 'Perry Davis said he
Class 3A tournament this past believed it was the best season
Tuesday, Oct. 17. If the for the Tigers, who had just
Indians defeated Interlachen, two seniors on this year's
they will play for"' the team, since 1996.
championship tonight, Oct. 19, The Tigers had a strong
at 7 p.m. at Interlachen High close to the regular season,
School. winning their two last matches.
On Oct. 10, Union traveled'
to Newberry and defeated the
ImprOved Panthers 3-0 (25-20, 25-19,
Improve 25-15). Davis said the team
Tigers fall in struggled with serving and its
i rS f ll In play at the net, but he. said-
first round Kellyl Bennett and Miranda
firSt round Kentdid a great job of serving,
S with 1 1 and 10 points,
districts respectively. Bennett had six
aces.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Bennett and Kent also had
Telegraph Staff Writer five kills each, as. did Bianca
Clemons and Markie Emery.
The Union County Hannah Hayes led the team
volleyball team experienced with six kills.
the most success it has had in Jessica Parrish had eight
.some time, but the Tigers service points, Chastity Lloyd
couldn't extend their season had 15 digs and Lacey Webb
beyond the quarterfinals of the had 10 assists.
District -6-Class "3A ,
tournament, losing 3-0 to The Tigers returned home
fourth seed, and host, for senior night on Oct. 12 and
Interlachen on Oct. 16, defeated Lafayette 3-1 (21-25,
,Interlachen recorded wins of 25-17, 25-17, 25-13). '
25-15, 25-7 and 25-21 to "Lacey Webb had a great
advance to the semifinals, night setting," Davis said. "She
where the Rams played- top was able to use different hitters


all night long."
Webb had 12 assists, while
also contributing five service
points.
Kent led the team with 15
service points. Emery had nine
and Bennett had six.
Hayes had a team-high 11
kills, followed by Bennett,
who had nine.
Lloyd had 32 digs.


BHS bows out

of volleyball
tournament
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer,
The first three games of. the
match were close, but the
Bradford volleyball team
appeared to. let a little
controversy affect its
performance in the fourth
game as the Tornadoes lost 3-1'
to Baker County in the District
3-4A quarterfinals on Oct, 16
at Santa Fe High School.
Bradford 1.6-16) lost the first
game of the match 26-24, the
bounced back for a 25-19 win.,
The teams udere tied at 25-all
in the third game, but the
officials made a late net





playing a new system under.
their belts.
"Next season will be a more
accurate assessment of what
we can do as a program,"
Crow said.


violation call on Bradford,
adjusting the score so that -it
was really 25-24 in favor of
Baker, which went on to win
26-24.
Bradford, which also had
several lift violations called
against it the third game, went
on to lose the fourth game 25-
11.
"Unfortunately, we were
dealing with a little adversity,"
Bradford coach Josh Crow
said.
Destiny Bass and Kha.laa
Hill led the Tornadoes with
eight kills each, while
Valencia Cave, playing one of
her better matches of ..the
season, according to Crow,
added seven.
Samantha Stocker recorded
eight assists and had two
service aces.
Two junior varsity
players-Loretta Carter and
Jennifer Smyth-were moved
up to gain some varsity
experience. Smyth was able to
record three kills.
It was a tough first year for
Crow, but he said his players,
hopefulit, learned that hard
work put into practices and
during the offseason will
posifitely affect, the way they
play matches.. '
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quarterback Josh McCoy, who
has since transferred to
Hawthorne High School, was
intercepted once.
.Defense was the story for
the Indians in that win. The
Indians held the Rams to 62
total yards.
Interlachen did score a
touchdown in the game on a
65-yard pass play, but a
penalty for an illegal block
nullified the score.
.Keystone's offense, which
gained 179 yards, squandered
several scoring opportunities.
Second-quarter field goals of
32 and 34 yards by senior
Michael McLeod were the
only points the Indians
managed. McLeod missed two
fieldgoals in the second half. .
The Indians also failed to
score on a fourth-down play
inside the Interlachen 1-yard
line late in the game.


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Storv and Taylor combined
for 296 of Ke stone's 331 total
y.,ards. Stor\ rushed for 62
yards on 16 carries and had
one reception for 60 yards.
Talor rushed for 71 yards on
15 carries and caught three
passes for 103 N\ards.
Brandon MNcGuire led the
Ke. stone defense w ith seven
'solo tackles and seen assists.
Jack Tallor had ,ix solo
tackles and seven assists., whilee
Joel Morgan had seven solo
tackles and five assists.
Bradford's defensive


BY CLIFF SIELLEY
Telegraph Stqff' writer
Now that the Bradford
football team has lost to
Keystone Heights. the
Tornadoes must defeat District
3-Class 2A opponent Ribault
this Friday, Oct. 20, at 7:30
p.m. in Jacksonsille. if the\
hope to keep their playoff
lopes alive.
The Tornadoes are facing a
tam that just has not been
fEery good this year. Ribault (I-
i) is scoring an average of 10
points per game, with the
fiajority of the Trojans' points
coming in their 42-12 win over
|iterlachen ia team Bradford
Beat 48-0). In their si\ losses.,
ihe Trojans have scored a total


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It has been a struggle this
Season for the Union County
football team, but the Tigers'
hopes of earning a playoff
berth are still alive.
, Those hopes can remain
alive with a win over P.K.
Yonge, .who. the.. tigers,. ill-_..
host ,thi. Friday. Oct. 20.-, at:,
7:30 p.m .
Union, P.K. Yonge and.
Newberry. are all tied for
second in District 4-Class 2B
with l-1 records against.
district opponents.- Tirinity '
Catholic is -on top of )the
district standings with a, 3-0
record. n w

P.K. Yonge has won two
straight after losing four of its
first five games. .The Blue
Wave struggled mightily to"
start the season, losing. to
Williston, Florida High and
Trinity Catholic by a combined
score of 104-6.
The team rallied from a 22-
,1i4 fourth-quarter deficit to
defeat Hamilton County 28-22,
then gave fifth-ranked. Class
FB Trinity Christian a run for
its money before losing 34-24.
Since that loss, the Blue
Wave has defeated Fort White
.-0 and Chiefland 43-0.
In last week's win over


numbers weren'T available as
of press time, but defensive
coordinator Stele Hoard
singled out the play of
Terrence Slocum and Justin
Henderson, who was battling
an injury, but kept returning to
the field.
"'It swas just tremendous
leadership out of
(Henderson)," Hoard said.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 0 0 7
KHHS: 7 0 7


14-21
21-35


Scoring Summary
K: Taylor 6 run (McLeod kick)
K: Taylor 69 pass from Lott
(McLeod kick)


of 26 points.
Opposing teams are scoring
an average of 38 points per
game against Ribault.
The Trojans are coming off
of a 62-0 loss to Bolles (a team
that defeated Bradford 48-14).
Their other losses have been to
Englewood (46-6), Jackson
(47-6). Stanton Prep (20-14),
West Nassau (37-0) and First
Coast 39-0.
Ribault returns nine starters
from a team that went 3-7 in
2005. Those starters include
senior quarterback Chris
Everett and senior wide
receiver Chris Summers, who
helped the Trojans defeat
Bradford 2 1-20 last year.
Everett threw a 16-yard


Chiefland (a team Union
defeated 44-6), running back
Dre Maddox rushed for 74
yards and one touchdown,
while also scoring on a 55-
yard punt return and tackling a
Chiefland player in the end
zone for a safety. Quarterback
Jake Mitchell had touchdown
passes of 16 and 21 yards.
The Blue Wiave defense,
kwhic.h,. av "up i0'.-yards,~
'added another touchdown
besides the safety by Maddox
on a fumble recovery by Mike
Perry.
, Maddox, a junior, is one of-
four offensive starters
returning from a team that
went 6-4 last year. He rushed
for approximately 700 yards in
2005.
I The offense also returns
(senior lineman Jai Hutchinson,
who was a first-team all-state
selection last year.
P.K. Yonge's defense
returns six starters from last
season.
Last year's game between
P.K. Yonge and Union saw the
teams exchange scores
throughout the.game, %with the
Tigers outlasting the Blue
Wave for a 34-26 win.
Union's' special teams
accounted for two
scores-graduate Rodencia
Austin's 55-yard punt return
and graduate C.J. Spiller's 99-


B: Jamison 8 run (Velasquez
kick)
K: Story 3 run (kick failed)
B: Harris 11 run (Velasquez
kick)
K: Story 60 pass from Lott
(Mangus pass from Lott)
K: Story 2 run (McLeod kick)
B: Harris 3 run (Velasquez
kick)

Team Statistics
B K
First Downs 19 13
Rushes/Yds. 33-187 35-146
Passing Yds. 103 185
Passes 9-23-1 7-10-0
Punts 5-29 2-37
Fumbles 0-0 2-1
Penalties 6-35 9-90


touchdown pass to Summers in
the second quarter that put
Ribault up 15-8, the later
tossed a 20-yard touchdown
pass in the third quarter that
would cap the scoring for both
teams.
Bradford scored all of its
points in the second
quarter-two touchdown runs
of 58 and 73 yards by junior
running back Rob Harris, and a
78-yard kickoff return by
graduate James Jamison.
In the second half, the
Tornadoes mustered less than
80 ards of offense.
The loss, coupled with their
loss the following week to
West Nassau, cost the
Tornadoes a playoff berth.



k in


. Yonge
yard kickoff return.
Spiller also scored on runs
of 2 and 41 yards, with the
latter proving to be the
difference in the game.
Senior running 'back Josh
Mitchell also had a score for
the Tigers on a 39-yard run.-
P.K. Yonge's Maddox had
the last score of the game-a
.6.'-yiard touchdown run.


Tigers'
Osborne
finishes
season at
regionals
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Siaff Writer
Union County golfer Devin
Osborne capped his high
school career at the Region 2-
Class A boys golf tournament
in Alachua on Oct. 16.
Osborne, who qualified for
the tournament %with a total
score of 84 in the District 4
tournament, finished the day
with a score of 86.
The low score of the
tournament belonged to Daniel
Kellermann. a member of the
third-place Bishop Kenny
team. Kellermann had a score
of 71.
Two participants finished
with scores of 72: Christopher
Bray of Hilliard and Gregory
Carrier of Providence, which
won the team title.


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score of 506. Valerie Eddins, a junior, was the medalist
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recorded a score of 100 at the regional tournament, at
which Keystone finished eighth in the team standings-
with a score of 504. Pictured above are: (seated, from
left) senior Billie Jean Byrom, senior Ashley Altman,
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