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Noteworthy


Blanding sets
Veterans Day
ceremony
On Veterans Day at 2 p.m. at the
Camp Blanding Museum and Memorial
Park, there will be a Veterans Day
ceremony. This year the ceremony will
recognize the dedication and sacrifice
of our Vietnam veterans. There will be
a gun salute and "Taps" and the laying
of a wreath in honor of our veterans.
Military displays will be open from
12:30-4 pm.
This year the Patriot Riders will be
attending the ceremony. All motorcycles
are allowed to come into the memorial
park without helmets.
Everyone is invited to attend. If you
have any questions, please call (904)
501-6488.



Christmas
parade plans
firmed up
The North Florida Regional Chamber
of Commerce announced that the 2008
Starke Christmas parade has been set
for Saturday, Dec. 13. Lineup will begin
at 2 p.m. and the parade will begin at 3
p.m.
Applications for entry are available
at the chamber offices at 100 E. Call St.
in Starke. For more information, call
Steve Futch, parade chairman, at (904)
964-2863.
The theme of this year's parade will
be "Christmas Stories."
Note that no candy will be thrown
from floats or vehicles. Candy may be
distributed by people walking along the
parade route. By handing the candy out
.... to.children who are still.seatd on the
side of the road, there is less chance of
a child running out into the street.
There will also be no live Santas
allowed on any float. The city of Starke
is arranging for a visit from St. Nicholas
and the "real" Santa will be riding at the
end of the parade.
Lineup will occur on East Call Street
in front of Shands Starke.
Deadline for application to enter is
Friday, Dec. 12.



Disaster center

stay extended
The Disaster Recovery Center located
atthe Bradford Emergency Management
Office at 945B N. Temple Ave. (behind
the courthouse), has extended its stay.
Recovery personnel will be available
to assist individuals and small
businesses through Saturday, Nov. 1.
Hours of operation are from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. daily.
Please contact the emergency
management office at (904) 966-6336
with any questions.
Please be aware that if you are
planning to file a claim, you need to
register online at www.fema.gov or by
calling toll free (800) 621-3362, prior to
coming to the recovery center.



Early voting
extended
Thousands of voters have already
taken advantage of the convenience
offered by early voting. In most cases,
voters are checked in early and receive
their ballot in a matter of minutes.
For more convenience, the early
voting hours have now been extended.
Just come by the chambers of the
Bradford County Commission in the
north wing of the courthouse any time
between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7
p.m. now through Friday, Oct. 31. On
Saturday, Nov. 1, hours will be 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. There will also be Sunday hours
on Nov. 2 from 1-4 p.m.
You must have a photo ID.
While you are there, you can also view
a display featuring the elections office's
Vote In Honor of a Vet program.
Fro more information, call (904) 966-
6266.


BHS plans homecomi


Tornado Whirl,
homecoming parade
planned
Tornado Whirl will take place in
David Hurse Stadium at 7:30 p.m.
tonight; Thursday, Oct. 30, where
the class royalty will be introduced,
class skits will be performed, club
sweethearts will be presented and the
homecoming king and queen will be
crowned from the homecoming court.
On Friday, Oct. 31, at noon the annual
homecoming parade will start at I p.m.
(Lineup begins at noon on Washington
Street.) The parade will travel from the
high school on Washington Street to
Orange Street, to Madison Street (S.R.
100), to Epperson Street and then to
Lafayette Street. From Lafayette Street,
the parade will return to Orange Street.
then to Madison Street. to Broadway
See EVENTS page 3A


Homecoming court
announced, king and
queen to be chosen Friday
BY KATI TEDDER
Special to the Telegraph
This years' homecoming 'royalty
consists of 16 Bradford students:
A freshmen prince and. princess, a.
sophomore prince and princes, a junior
prince and princess and five couples to
make up the king's-and queen's court.
The freshmen princess is Alicia
Deringer. She is a cheerleader, a member
of Future Business Leader's of America
(FBLA) and Health Occupations
Students of America (HOSA). She
said she.has always wanted to run for
the homecoming royalty. She will be
escorted by the freshmen prince, Colten
Griffis.
The sophomore princess is
Jasminique DeSue. She said she "looks
forward to wearing the pretty dress and


ing events
being announced at Tornado Whirl."
She will be escorted by the Sophomore
Prince Andrew Eaves who said he can't
wait to "walk out on the field in front of
everyone."
Shantavia Jackson is the junior
princess. She said she is glad for the
chance to "have fun and take a break
from the school environment." Her
escort is Junior Prince Jamell Dell who
said he "wants to have fun and represent
his class."
The five girls making the queen's
court were chosen from 19 girls who
ran. These five will be voted on again for
queen and the results will be announced
at Tornado Whirl. The five girls are
Kimberly Ann Barrett, Courtney Ann
Cragg, Jalisa Lacoie Jones, Jaren Leigh
Revels, and Katelyn Malene Sims.
Kimberly Ann Barrett is a 17-year-
old member of the senior class. She
is the daughter of Rusty Barrett of
Gainesville and Glen and Robbin Witt
of Starke. Barrett plays softball and
See ROYALS page 3A


Starke



fights



over


hires

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The claws came out at last week's
city commission meeting when Starke
Operations Manager Ricky Thompson
asked the commission to allow him
to hire two employees in spite of the
ongoing hiring freeze.
These are not new positions. They are
existing positions, and have thus been
planned for in the budget, but they are
vacant. According to Thompson, there
are a total of eight employees from
public works and other departments
who have either retired/resigned or are
out with extended illness/injuries.
Commissioner Carolyn Spooher
asked Thompson if they could make do
with filling a single position now. Cases
have to be considered individually
during a hiring freeze, particularly
when. a department has lost too many
employees to function properly.
"We have to at least fill. a position.
If the department is hurting and
you're down eight positions that aren't
functional, I think it's reasonable (to
hire someone). Even within a hiring
freeze, the departments still have to
function," Spooner said.
Mayor Wilbur Waters said at the
same time, a freeze is a freeze.
"We're trying to save money, and
we need ,to cut back as much as we
can," Waters said. He was willing to
compromiseon hiringasingleemployee,
but he wanted to continue seeing
employees moved from department to
department and used wherever needed.
There aren't enough men to go around,
he said, adding they were looking into
getting additional workers from the jail
See HIRES page 2A



Urgent


need


for



food
As a nation, state and community
people are seeing a dramatic increase in
the homeless and those who are without
work or food.
The Bradford County Food Pantry
served 393 adults and 385 children-778
people in total-391 bags of food just
last month.
The Food Pantry supply is dwindling
and it is desperately in need of donation
of nonperishable food.
There are four drop-off points for
food:
The Food Pantry, U.S. 301 North
in Andrews Court, across from Powell's
Dairy Freeze, open 1-4 p.m. Monday
through Thursday.
Madison Street Baptist Church,
900 W. Madison St. in Starke, open 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
and 9-10:30 a.m. on Sunday. Drop off
at information desk in .the family life
center.
First- Christian Church, 507 W.
Call St. in Starke, open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and 9:45-10:45 a.m. on
Sunday. Drop off at rear entrance.
See FOOD page 2A


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH October 30, 2008


More liberal sign ordinance so


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

SStatrke city commissioners met
in a workshop to discuss proposed
changes to the city's troublesome
sign ordinance, but it wasn't
long into the session before the
commission realized a complete
re\ rite might be necessary.
They concluded by deciding
to go back to the drawing board,
asking staff and a representative
from Main Street Starke to
compile examples from other
cities and liberalize restrictions
that may be a hindrance to


HIRES
Continued from Page 1A


businesses.
Some restrictions were already
up for change. Staff had removed
the prohibition on electronic signs
that seem to continue popping up
in front o new busi nesses anyway.
Another often seen violation
of the current code, a vehicle
with signage parked in a visible
location in front of a business
for more than two hours for the
purposes of advertising, w\as also
up for removal in the ordinance
revisions that were advertised for
a first public hearing in July, a
hearing that has been repeatedly
continued to future dates pending


Thompson questioned Johns,
asking if the employees under her
gave eight solid hours of work.
"They give a whole lot more
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to handle some jobs at no cost to than other departments, Jonns
the city. said. When Thompson asked howc
Commissioner Tommy she knew, she said receives calls
Chastain defended the hiring and witnesses it herself when she
freeze, giving as his reason the is out.
city's retirement system, which "You asked me so I've got to
he said is draining the city. tell you. There's a lot of things
"It's only going to get worse that need to be changed. The
because it's stock market driven, people are paying our bills here,
and we know what the stock they pay the taxes here. We need
market's doing," Chastain said. to take a look at everything that's
While Chastain was going on here. Everybody else is
questioning Thompson about having to tighten up, the city of
the typical staffing level of Starke has got to tighten up also,"
public works, he was interrupted Johns said.
by recreation board member Thompson said there isn't
Chrissy Allen, who said the a workforce in the country
employees left are costing the that didn't experience some
city in overtime before Chastain downtime, and he and the project
stopped her and told her she did director can't be there every time
not have the floor, an employee sits down.
"Well, I think you need to
think about it, Tommy. You're the Spooner brought the discussion
one asking for all the services," back to money, asking if the city
Allen said, before being cut off could afford to make the hire.
again, this time by the mayor John drew a distinction between
who called for order and allowed the budget, which is what the city
Chastain to finish, plans to spend, and the question
Chastain said continued cross of whether or not revenue to pay
trainingandsharingofemployees for that spending plan are going
would help the city get by. to come in as expected.
"It's tough times; everybody's "We do not know what the
got to pitch in and help," he said. future holds the rest of the year,
Thompson said if that's what so what I'm saying to you all is
the commission wanted, then we've got to be tight with our
that's what they would do, but he budget," she said. If someone is
had a warning for the board. needed, then that person should
"You are not going to maintain be pulled from a department
the same level of service being with a lighter workload to be
this short," he said. more efficient and productive,
Spooner said consideration she added.
has to be give.n,,t s9the manager Waters said he believed he
,,ho knows xviat -Ms de(-rimner' city is \\.wokig b fn t- ihatn and'
needs. Commissioner Travis Woods
"What is reasonable? I.think asked ifsomeonecoulddetermine
it's reasonable to allow him to what current employees are
have a position filled now and earning in overtime and whether
hold the other one," she said. or not that was enough to offset
Thompson asked the mayor the cost of hiring someone new.
if the commission would hear Waters mentioned hiring contract
from the clerk since she was "in workers but saw the liability as
charge of the money," and that is too risky given the type of labor
ultimately what is at issue. being performed. He said the city
City Clerk Linda Johns, did need to go ahead hand hire a
however, turned the argument new employee.
around, questioning the ongoing Spooner and Woods moved
four-day work policy for the to allow Thompson to hire one
departments under Thompson
and the efficiency the city
receives in exchange for granting
the employees that schedule. The
commission needs to reevaluate
that four-day workweek, she
said.
"Of those 10-hour days, do
you think everybody worked
10 hours?" she asked the
commissioners.
Waters said some work
harder than others, and he said re h re
he's spoken with managersWe here
about .getting more out of the Your Local Homt
,.- employees.
"Times are bad and everybody
is wanting a job. If you've got ALL
that job, you better be thankful
of it," Waters said. MAJOR


FOOD
Continued from Page 1A

First United Methodist
Church of Starke, 200 N.
Walnut St., open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and 8:30-11 a.m.
on Sunday. Drop off at church
office.
Joli Cheveux, 101 E. Call St.
in Starke, during business hours.
If you wish someone
to purchase food for you or your
organization for the food pantry,
please make your checks payable
to the Bradford Ecumenical
Ministries Inc. and send that
tax-deductible donation to First
Christian Church, P.O. Box 66,
Starke, FL 32091.
If you would like more
information or would like to
volunteer, please call Pastor
Dennis O'Neill at (352) 473-
6491, Pastor Steve Hayes at (904)
964-6100, Arley McRae at (904)
964-2459 or Applean Brown at
(904) 964-7955.


a workshop on the proposed
changes. Conflicting setback
requirements were also to be
addressed along with restrictions
that tie sign size to the linear
foot frontage of a building, and
the number of allowed wall signs
was to be raised from one to two
for individual (not multi-tenant)
buildings.
Some prohibitions are
not relevant to the city, as
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
pointed out-signs attached to
a seawall or along rivers and
lakes. But the real wrinkle came
when Chastain wanted to know


employee, and the motion passed
4-1 with Chastain dissenting.
Public works" is not the
only area the commission
has struggled with hiring
employees during the freeze.
Commissioners reluctantly
agreed in a prior meeting to
allow thefire department to hire
a replacement firefighter, but
only when absolutely necessary.
At the end of the meeting,
Waters allowed Allen toapproach
the microphone and make a
statement. She apologized for
her outburst before suggesting
the city use part-time and OPS
positions. At one point Chastain
tried to interrupt, but this time
Allen said she had the floor.
Thompson also took his turn
speaking as a citizen instead
of as operations manager. He
criticized the lack of movement
on changing to the less expensive
state retirement system. All this
time it has been talked about,
he said, the new employees who
have been hired could have been
started on that system.

"But we have no numbers on
how much it's going to cost,"
he said, a criticism apparently
intended for the clerk. "It would
have saved a good bit of money.
We missed our chance, because
I know we've hired maybe 10 to
12 employees (during the years it
has been discussed):' he said.
During the meeting, the
mayor also pointed out that
commissioners have a role to
play in assuring work efficiency.
Waters called out commissioners
on maklri p&pie,-calls, to.
mployeIst ge j'bsdone s s
soon as possible instead of filling
out request forms for those jobs
to be added to the work schedule,
and said he was as guilty as
anyone else.
"We need to stop that because
we do not have the men to pull
off and carry them to do a special
item in my district or whoever's
district. Fill out these requests
and we'll let (Project Director
Joe Fisher) work it in with his
day-to-day operations," Waters
said.


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'hat fell into the category of
Smoveable sign. Essentially,
Zoning Director Nora Thompson
explained, portable signs are
hose with changeable letters
han can be wheeled around from
location to location. Chastain
aid he didn't like them, but City
Clerk Linda Johns balked at that
ince there was one, she said, in
ront of Garfield's Cleaners, the
business run by her son.
"I don't think we want them
ill over the city, but if it's your
Business I think there's a little bit
)f difference," Johns said.
Mayor Wilbur Waters said he
had no problem with portable
;igns, whether they were used
o advertise or display holiday
messages. He suggested the
prohibition may be removed.
Commissioner Travis Woods,
however, warned that once they
are allowed, every business will
be able to have a portable sign,
and it won't be by variance. He
brought up the use of temporary
A-frame signs placed in front of
downtown shops, although he
conceded he didn't have a problem
with them if they were kept out
of the way of pedestrians.
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner seemed to agree, saying
there needs to be flexibility in the
rules that allows for businesses
to advertise themselves. For
example, she pointed to the fast
food establishments that advertise
in multiple windows when the
code restricts the number of
window signs allowed.
A resident in the audience,
Jean Rogers, asked if the city was
trying to run off its businesses.
Waters acknowledged the
sign ordinance is difficult. Some
avoid the hassle altogether by
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Thompson indicated it's the
businesses who want to abide
by the rules that wind up being
punished by the restrictions.
"The sign ordinance is tough
because you have people putting
up signs all the time, and then
people that try to do it right, that
come in and ask the rules, we're
telling them you can only do this
and this and this," Thompson
said. "They'll name you three or
four signs right now (that don't
meet code requirements), and I'm
like, 'They don't have permits."'
Those violations might tend
to occur more when a prior
commercial site is redeveloped.
Many signs don't meet the code,
however, because the city's
board of adjustment has granted
individual businesses variances
to the existing regulations.
This is more often the case
when a business comes to town
and constructs a new location
because they are more deeply
involved in the site planning and
permitting process, Although


Starke
not a new business, McDonald's,
which is rebuilding its restaurant,
is applying for several variances.
"Everybody does," Thompson
said. "I mean everybody that
comes through that office, when
you tell them what's allowed,
they turn right around and say,
'Can we apply for a variance?'"
In addition to signs that go
up without permits, there are
signs that predate the current
regulations and are considered
nonconforming. Nonconforming
signs may continue to exist,
until they are changed, replaced,
abandoned, etc. Then they have
to be brought into compliance.
According to Thompson's
estimate, 90 percent of the signs
in the city are nonconforming.
Main Street Starke Manager
Kim Skidmore said a lot of cities
have struggled with regulating
signage, and she offered to
collect examples and put together
guidelines other cities have

See SIGN page 4A


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Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 796-0823

Hi Neighbor:
This is Dr. Gregory Allen and I have served Bradford County as a
Dentist for about 20 years. Although I rarely get involved or take sides in
politics, this year's Sheriff's race is just too important not to get involved.
After careful consideration, Robyn and I have decided to support DAVID
BARNES. I would like to ask you to support DAVID as well in his
campaign to be the next Sheriff of Bradford County, He .is the "BEST
MAN" for the job.
He has not been tainted by the "GOOD OLE BOY" system that has
crippled Bradford County Law Enforcement for years. Robyn and I ask you
to consider the following questions: Do you want the' ime "GOOD OLE
SBOY" system that has caused problems and ineffectiveness in the City of
SStarke to run our Sheriff's Office? Do ycu want more of the same system
. that takes reports of crime but never follows through? Do you want officers
that disrespect you and abuse their authority? Our family has personally
been victims of this type of treatment.
If you agree that this type of law enforcement is unacceptable to you
and your family, then please join Robyn and I and 'SHOW YOUR
SUPPORT" and VOTE for DAVID BARNES for Sheriff of Bradford
County. DAVID has "DISTINGUISHED" himself in both his military and
law enforcement careers as a man with strong moral and ethical values and
unwavering integrity. "HIS LEADERSHIP ABILITIES HAVE BEEN
TESTED AND PROVEN SUPERIOR." He is "HIGHLY DECORATED"
in his military service and 'VERY RESPECTED" by his superiors and
subordinates in law enforcement.
Friends, it is rare to have a man this qualified to hold office who is so
passionate in wanting to improve the quality of life in this county. If you
want a man who will offer fair and impartial law enforcement to each and
every citizen of the county, then vote for "DAVID BARNES".. Vote for a
man that makes only one promise, no one is above the law, not even
lawmen!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND SUPPORT,
DAVID IS THE RIGHT MAN FOR THE JOB!
Sincerely,
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ROYALS
Continued from Page 1A

said she is honored to have made
court. "It's a good feeling, being
chose out of all Ithe girls who
ran," said Barrett.
Courtney Ann Cragg, 17, is
the daughter of Rick and Carolyn
Cragg of Starke. She plays
basketball, is on the weightlifting
team, runs track and field, sings
in the BHS Chorus, and is the
Tornado Mascot. "Being on court
is very surreal and exciting,"
Cragg said.
.Jalisa Lacoie Jones is the
daughter of Angelina Hall of
Starke and Jimmy Jones of
Gainesville. She is 17 and a
member of the cheerleading
squad and girls weightlifting
team. She is dual enrolled and
attends Freewill Baptist Church.
She said she ran for court because
she wanted to have lots of fun.
Jaren Leigh Revels, 17, is
the daughter of Janna and Jerry
Revels of Starke. She is the senior
class president, a cheerleader,
a softball player, and an active
member of Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church. "I wanted to be on court
for all the fun memories with all
my friends," Revels said.
Katelyn Malene Sims is 18,
and the daughter of David and
Lisa Sims. She is captain of
the cheerleading squad and the
parliamentarian of Senior Future
Farmers of America (FFA). She
said she is "honored to represent
my school on the homecoming
court."
The king's court is similarly
made, up of five senior boys.
Chosen from among the 10 who
ran, the court is made up of John
Barrett Cooper, Tyler Hannah,
Logan Patrick Johnson, Charles


Collecting tabs
for kids
Bradford County 4-H
completes numerous community
service projects every year. This
year, one of the main projects
is a drive where 4-H'ers are
collecting beverage can tabs for
Ronald McDonald House.
The Ronald McDonald House
provides a place to stay for
families whose children are in
the hospital.
If you or your organization


The students who will be
competing for the titles
of homecoming king and
queen are: (Back row, I-r)
Logan Johnson, Courtney'
Cragg, Kimberly Barrett,
Jalisa Jones, Malcolm
Moore, Jaren Revels,
Katelyn Sims, Charles
Jones, (front row, I-r)
Jamell Dell, Shantavia
Jackson, Jasminique
DeSue, Andrew Eaves and
Alicia Deringer.

William Jones and Malcolm
Devaughn Moore.
John Barrett Cooper, 17, is the
son of John Cooper and the late
Amanda Cooper of Starke. He is
an active member of First Baptist
Church of Starke, captain of the
golf team, and Executive-Board
president at Bradford High. "I
ran for court because it is my
senior year and I wanted to make
memories," he said.
Tyler Hannah is a senior
at Bradford High who enjoys
welding at the Bradford-Union
Vo-tech.
Logan Patrick Johnson, 17,
son of Chub and Joy Johnson of
Starke, is a member of Madison
Street Baptist Church. He is
the starting center of the BHS
football team and Executive
.Board treasurer. "I've always
wanted to be on court, ever since
I was a freshmen," said Johnson.
Charles William Jones is
17 and the son of Brenda and
Steve Jones of Starke. He plays
football, basketball, and baseball
at Bradford and ran for court
because he said he thought it
would be a good chance to have
fun with his friends.
Malcolm Devaughn Moore,
17, son of Unissa and Martella
Moore of Staike, is a member of


would like to help Bradford
County 4-H in this drive, contact
the extension office at (904) 966-
6224.
Bradford4-H is an organization
that teaches children about
leadership, education, creativity
and community service.
Farmers
Market closed
The last day of operation for
the Bradford County Farmers
Market was last weekend. It will
no longer be open each Saturday.


student government and is dual are divided up for a "Deck the judged and hung for all to see. spirit. The competitions will
enrolled. He runs track and plays Halls" competition where the There are other ways to last throughout the year and
basketball at Bradford High. He classes are assigned certain areas win points and the classes periodically the classes in the
said he ran for court because he to decorate for the big game. At are encouraged to become lead will be rewarded.
always tries to live life to the the game, painted banners are competitive and show their
fullest.


Tornado spirit on and
off the field...
At Bradford High School,
students are engaging in friendly
competitions to see which class
has the most spirit. The freshmen,
sophomore, junior, and senior
classes participate in the various
competitions for points which
are being tracked throughout the
year and allow each class to win
rewards.
At the pep rallies, the classes
oppose each other to see which
class is loudest, and participate in
fun competitions like seeing who
can eat gross foods fastest.
Before the games, the hallways


EVENTS
Continued from Page 1A

Street an, back to the high
school. (Breakaway of non high
school entries is at Orange and
Pratt streets. BHS entries will
return to the school via Adkins.)
That evening at 7:30 p.m., the
homecoming game will begin.
Announcements of the winning
class skits and floats will be
made during halftime, and there
will be performances by the
band, majorettes and flag team.


O- iterto the Voters of Bradford County


From:


Jim Biggs, Candidate for Superintendent of Bradford


County Schools


It has been brought to my attention that there are e-mails and old
newspaper articles being circulated by some in opposition to my
campaign that are meant to deceive the'voters of Bradford County
concerning my professional credibility.

After I resigned as Superintendent of Schools in Covington,
Kentucky, and moved to Florida, there were allegations brought
against my administration by disgruntled employees, ex-employees
and political foes. Some of the employees I had disciplined for
immoral conduct, some other employees which I had fired for theft
and failure to complete their duties, as well as some political foes,
activated these unfounded allegations. An investigation ensued
and a number of newspaper articles were printed in the local
newspapers. Since these unsubstantiated articles that are being
referred to in the e-mails and/or printouts show no conclusion of
my innocence, they are being used as slander.

Throughout the investigation of all the allegations, not one charge
was brought against me, nor one allegation verified. To
substantiate my position in this matter, I have requested and
attached a letter from the U.S. Department of Justice which clearly *
shows that there was no injustice on my part. I have nothing to
hide concerning my honesty or my character throughout my
professional career.

It is sad that any campaign would endeavor to harm another's
reputation and engage in such unfounded slander. Please
understand, I do not support this method of running a campaign,
nor would I allow my campaign committee to engage in such smear
tactics. I ask that you continue to compare.my qualifications,
experience, and leadership demonstrated in the past to that of my
opponent. Or more recently, during the last fourteen years,
compare my contributions to the improvement of the educational
system in Bradford County to that of my opponent.

I apologize for having to resort to this method of clarification. Your
support, trust, and vote for Jim Biggs for Superintendent of
Bradford County Schools will show that this type of politics will not
be tolerated in Bradford County.

Sincerely,
Jim Biggs


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ARC touches lives: Like Kathy Leigh's


BY ANDREW NORMAN
Special to the Telegraph
SEveryday people and
organizations are sometimes
taken for granted for their
contributions to society. One
example is The Arc of Bradford
County. Founded in 1976.a small
group of parents began to lay
the foundation for what would
turn out to be a very successful
organization.
The Arc is a nonprofit
organization that focuses its time
and effort to assist those who have
developmental disabilities. Not
only does The Arc provide help
for those in need, it also provides
services for their families.

The organization works to
construct day programs for its
members and help the disabled
realize their true potential. The
Arc has its own facilities where
it houses many programs that
offer assisted learning. Offered
are vocational training, computer


AMP parent
program set
Starke Church of God by
Faith's AMP after-school
program is having a monthly
parent movement program on
Monday, Nov. 3, from 6:30-8
p.m. Come see the types of after-
school activities that are offered
for all middle school-age students


SIGN
Continued from Page 2A


followed. She pointed out that
one set of rules might not be
sufficient and the city might want
to think about establishing rules
by district. For instance, what
is permissible on the highway,
might not be appropriate for
downtown.
"There are overlay zones for.
certain districts that could be
done, like 301 might be different
than Call Street because they
are completely different animals
with completely different kinds
of businesses:' Skidmoremsaid--,'
Waters said a lot more-work.-
was needed on the sign ordinance
because it is not right for the city.
In the meantime, the ordinance
proposing the changes mentioned
has been set aside.
The same ordinance also
contains a proposed change that
.would require fewer parking
spaces for retail establishments-
one parking space for every 200
square feet of building space
instead of one for every 150
square feet as currently required.


classes, adult basic education and
self-determination courses. It's
not all just work either; they offer
arts and crafts, puzzles, games,
dances and parties as well.
These programs help the
members adapt to their everyday
life.
With the help of local
businesses, The Arc runs a
packaging department as well.
This packaging business provides
job opportunities for the disabled
members, who otherwise have
a hard time finding a job. Their
responsibilities include assembly,
sorting and packaging. The Arc
also has a woodshop in which
they manufacture wood stakes
and pallets.
Through these businesses
The Arc obtains the funding
they need to offer all these
services to Bradford County
and surrounding communities.
Hundreds of lives have benefited
and have. been affected by the
efforts of The Arc.
Kathy Leigh is just one
example. Born and raised in


in Bradford County.

Chamber sets
meetings,
events
The North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce has
set the- following meetings and
events:
The Board of Governors will
meet at noon on Thursday, Oct.
30, at the Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center at 1610 N.
Temple Ave: in Starke.
The November meeting of the
Bradford County Development
Authority has been cancelled.
The November meeting for
the Bradford County Tourism


South Carolina, Leigh mqved to
Florida with her sister after the
passing of her mother. She has
now been a resident in Starke for
16 years. Leigh has firmly planted
her roots in Bradford County;
she owns her own home and lives
there with her cat, Tyson.
Through the help of The Arc,
she has maintained a job and can
now support herself. She has an
aide that assists her with personal
care to prepare for the day. She
was employed by The Arc on
May 9 as a receptionist. Her prior
work experience includes Boone
Waste Management and Wal-
Mart, where she was a greeter for
12 years, making hers a familiar
face to many in the community.
One could say Leigh has a
normal life in spite of living with
a condition called cerebral palsy.
She relies on her wheel chair
for mobility and the services
that she receives from The Arc
to maintain living on her own.
The Arc shuttles her to and from
medical appointments, and even
helps prepare her meals.


Development Council has been
changed to Thursday, Nov. 13,
at noon in the boardroom at the
chamber at 100 E. Call St. in
Starke.
This change was made due to
the holidays.
For more information on
chamber events or meetings,
please call (904) 964-5278.

Art auction
benefits
Miracle
Network
The Children's Miracle
Network will receive proceeds
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"If it weren't for Sunshine
Industries (The Arc), I would
still be living with my sister and
sitting at home," she said.
Leigh has achieved many
things in her life in Starke and
is an advocate for people with
disabilities. She took a Partner
in a Policies class to learn how
to become a better advocate
and was a state secretary for
an organization for people with
disabilities.
Leigh strives to live her life
normally and doesn't allow her
disability to weigh her down.
Through The Arc she has been
successful and has accomplished
many things.
Due to budget cuts in
Tallahassee,however,Leighcould
lose her personal care assistant.
She relies on her PCA to help her
get ready for her workdays and
prepare her daily meals. Without
her PCA, she could be unable to
work, which, in turn, means she
would lose the ability to support


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The auction is set Thursday,
Oct. 30, beginning at 6:30 p.m.,
at the UF Orthopedics Sports
Medicine Institute at 3450 Hull
Rd.linGainesville.
Radio and television hosts will
act as celebrity auctioneers, as
will the UF women's basketball
coach.
The Children's Miracle
Network raises funds that are
used to purchase life-saving
medical equipment, fund
pediatric research and produce
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Kathy Leigh


living by herself.
The Arc has already cut
employees and many services like
transportation are in jeopardy
because of state budget cuts. The
Arc is relying more than ever on
its self-supporting businesses
like the woodshop, thrift store
and packaging business to make
up the difference.


"We're not going to let it just
fall by the wayside because the
government cannot fund it the
way it's always been funded," said
Sherry Ruszkowski, Bradford
Arc director.
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them at (904) 964-7699.
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Starke blood
drive set
Nov. 14-15
Every year, 4.5 million lives
are saved in the U.S. and Canada
thanks to blood transfusions.
The people saved include
all demographics, races and
ethnicities. Just three teaspoons
of blood can save a baby's life.
so imagine the impact that your
pint of donated blood can have.
LifeSouth and the community
of Starke invite you to be a part
of saving lives when they team up
to host a blood drive on Friday-
Saturday. Nov. 14-15. Look for
the bloodmobiles at the Winn-
Dixie plaza on S.R. 100 and the
Wal-Mart SuperCenter on U.S.
301 between the hours of 10 a.m.
and 6 p.m. each day.
"We can't meet the need for


blood without you," said Laura
Bialeck, donor recruiter for
LifeSouth. "We hope everyone
will think about saving lives and
donate blood at the community
drive."
The community blood drive
is sponsored by WEAG Radio
and Lucian's Heating and Air
Conditioning.
Everyone who donates will
receive a recognition item and
a complimentary cholesterol
screening. Donors must be at
least 16 years old, weigh 110
pounds or more, and have photo
I.D. Sixteen-year-old donors
require written parental consent.
For more information about
becoming a donor or about blood
drives in your area, call LifeSouth
at (888) 795-2707 or visit http://
www.lifesouth.org.
LifeSouth is a nonprofit,
volunteer blood center supplying
128 medical centers in Florida,


Alabama and Georgia.

Homeschool
group begins
A local person is setting up a
group for homeschoolers that
will organize inexpensive field
trips.
The first meeting will be held
Tuesday, Nov. 4, from 6-7:30
p.m. at the Union County Public
Library in Lake Butler. The group
is open to Union County and all
surrounding counties.
Call Teresa at (386) 233-2039
by Monday, Nov. 3, if you are
interested in joining.

Pet parade set
on Call St.
The Halloween costume pet
parade has been set on Friday,


Oct. 31, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
on Call Street in Starke.
Everyone is invited to come
show off their favorite pet in
Halloween finery. Prizes will
be given for the best costumes.
Door prizes and pet treats will be
given out.
A special' performance by the
Paso Fino horses will also be part
of the event.
Come out and have fun while
raising money for the animal
shelter.
The event is sponsored by the
Bradford Kennel Club. The club
meets on the third Tuesday of
each month at 7:30 p.m. in the
community room at Capital City
Bank on U.S. 301 in Starke. For
more information, call (352) 473-
8174 or (352) 494-7958.


GED test fees
to increase
On Jan. 1, the fees for the
GED test will increase from $50
to $70 for a full battery exam.
Individual subject exams will
cost $14 each.
These increases are necessary
because of increases in exam
scoring costs at the state level.
There are still 2008 testing
dates available at the current
fee of $50 for the full battery.
For additional information, call
the Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center at (904) 966-
6764.
Belmore-
Wainwright
reunion set
The descendants and relatives


of the late Newnan Crews
Wainwright and Leila Irene
Moody Wainwright will hold
their 47th annual family reunion
on Saturday, Nov. 15, beginning
at 11 a.m.
The Wainwright reunion will
be held in conjunction with the
Belmore-Harris reunion and will
be held at the home of Gary and
Nancy Crowder in Belmore.
If you need directions, call
(904) 533-2854 and ask for
Sharon Wainwright.

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Northside Baptist Church.
.11 iltk' irncr of C.R. 225 and
S R. Ii. ill hold a fall festival
.'I Fridal. Oct 31. at 6 p.m.
Fer'r.'inc in Ihe conmmunitN is
in\ iled

Bible Baptist Church, located
at 150 S. Cherry St. in Starke, is
holding a revival Sunday-Friday,
Nov. 9-14, with evangelist Mike
Quails as the guest speaker.
Sunday services are at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Monday'through
Friday, services are at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited. For more
information, call (904) 964-
4475.

Pine Level Baptist Church
is holding a fall festival on
Saturday, Nov. 1, from 4-8:30
p.m. The event will include a
chili cook-off, outdoor games,
cake walk, hay ride and much
more. Everyone is invited to
attend. The church is located on
S.R. 100 West, approximately
3.8 miles from U.S. 301.

Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church will host special
music by the group, The I Ams
for Jesus, on Sunday, Nov. 9,
beginning at 3 p.m. Everyone
is invited to attend. For more
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First Assembly of God of
Keystone Heights, 8025 S.R.
100, will host its Third Annual
Turkey Shoot Nov. 14-15 and
21-22. For more information,
contact (352) 473-3432.

Greater Allen Chapel AME
Church is hosting Seniors' Day
on Thursday, Oct. 30, beginning
at 1 p.m. All senior citizens
are invited to attend. For more
information, call (904) 964-
6995.


Old Providence Village Baptist
Church. located on S.R. 2-5.
just north of S.R. 238 in Union
Couni\, is ha\ ing a f.ill letii\;il
for the %oung and old. including
toddlers to leens and beyond. on
Saturday No\. 1. from II a m. 1t
3 p.m. There \\ill be games, face
painting, cake walks, a photo
booth and more. Everyone is
invited to attend.

New River New
Congregational Methodist
Church, focatfed on C.R. 125
in Union County, will host a
gospel sing ahd fish fry on
'Saturday, Nov. 1.The meal will
be served beginning at 5:30 p.m.
the gospel sing will begin at 7
p.m. with the featured group
being Southern Joy. Everyone
is invited to attend. For more
information, call (386) 431-1536
or (904) 964-3583.

Madison Street Baptist
Church pastors Dr. Chad
Everson and Jarrod Everson are
presenting a series of messages
on the book of Revelation
during October and November.
Services begin at 6 p.m. each
Sunday evening.

New Bethel Missionary Baptist
--..Chur-eh: will-be.celebrating its
93'" church anniversary and
pastor's first appreciation Nov.
5-9. A three-night revival will
take place beginning Nov. 5 with
the Rev. Alvin Green preaching
at 7 p.m. each night. There will
be an appreciation banquet on
Nov. 8, and celebration services
on Nov. 9 at 11 a.m. and 3:30
p.m. Everyone is invited.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights, 550 E.
Walker Drive on S.R. 100, will
host its 12'h annual Fall Festival
on Friday, Oct. 31, from 6-9
p.m. Candy, games and other


attractions will be featured
along with free hot dogs and
drinks at this safer alternative
to trick or treating. For more
information, please call (352)
473-7201.

Orange Heights Baptist
Church, 16700 N.E. S.R. 26
in Hawthorne, will hold a fall
festival on Friday, Oct. 31,
from 5-8:30 p.m. with a 30-foot
slide, monster truck and pony
.rides, hot dogs, free drinks,
a cake walk, and lots of fun
games, candy and prizes. For
mote information on this safer
alternative to trick or treating,
please call (352) 318-4884.

Lake Hill Baptist Church,
5165 C.R. 214 in Keystone
Heights, will hold a community
sale on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 8
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Crafts,jewelry.
clothing,books, furniture, toys,
baby items and more will be
available along with food and
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I EXPERIENCE COUNTS
Republican Candidate for
Bradford County Commission District 3

I believe that the best indicators of a candi-
"" date's success in office are prior experience
\and training, not popularity and promises!
\ '. Ihave spent over 30 years in business, military,
government and in educational training to be
prepared to serve Bradford County. I knew enough to obtain 24 signa-
tures to run for office rather than spend $1,800.00 in qualification fees.
My opponent wants you the taxpayer to pay for her training while she
gets to study ways to spend your money.
I believe that a county commissioner must be able to accept criticism
and be accessible to the public!
A leader is not elected to do what he or she is told to do by a few pow-
erful people, but is elected to deliver common sense judgment for the
best interest of everyone. This means not everybody will be happy all
the time. You can approach me anytime and disagree with me and I
will not be offended. I will invite your point of view I will share with
you my point of view. We may end up agreeing!
I believe in individual liberty andjustice!
Government is not the answer to all life's problems. It is county gov-
ernment responsibility to provide services you can't provide yourself
and then leave you alone. This requires a commissioner that grasps the
function of government, not one that is just looking for a paycheck. Ad-
mitting the need to study each dfthe issues means you understand none.
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The citizens of Bradford County need the best
possible. We need a sheriff with the right
commitment to provide that protection. I
Intelligent Choice for sheriff...


Why Should You Vote for

GORDON SMITH
As Bradford County's Next Sheriff?


law enforcement protection
education, experience and
am that person. I am the


What makes
Gordon Smith
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Gordon has an impeccable
record of service during his
22 year law enforcement
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The office of Sheriff is one of great tradition and
responsibility. Since the founding of this country, the Sheri He is a veteran law
has been responsible for keeping the peace throughout the enforcement LEADER and the
community, making sure the court is safe and secure so that ONLY candidate who has
justice may be served, and maintaining a jail to house those EVERYTHING it;takes to lead
who have harmed others by breaking the law. our SherifDeartment
our Sheriff's Department.

I The. ONLY proven
I P** ven Leader... candidate in the race for
Sheriff that--has hands on
Recognizing and understanding this tradition of responsibility is why I am seeking the Sheriff that s hands on
office of Sheriff. I fully understand what it takes to be the Sheriff in times of great knowledge combined with
economic uncertainty, the threat of rising crime rates and drug abuse. Bradford real work experience to
County must have a strong, qualified leader to protect its citizens. I am truly ready to meet the challenge of
meet that challenge. Biradford County will need a proven leader. addressing the budget
shortfalls'thatw ill affect
he ProvenLeader... Experience the service s rh vided t
Sthe citizens of this
While growing up in Bradford County, I have watched as our community has changed. -t c. '-, -
county,-. .cny,
I have watched growth affect our traffic; schools, and most importantly, ALL types of .-.:
crime. I have worked my entire career serving the citizens of Bradford County and : :"
dealing with crime first hand. Serving as the Starke Police Department's Chief for the '
last seven years, I have personally led the implementation of programs that have -,: W o
directly impacted and reduced crime in all neighborhoods. The Starke Police Godon Smith?
Department is one ofFlorida's Leading Law Enforcement Agencies.

/ The Proven Leader... in Community Serice Chisand Fathe
Under my leadership as Chief, the men and women of the Starke Police Department / Public Servant
have established a trust, with the ciii,,, ;;,e,,te.,com~nii ity TI., s oas, .-.
through community invorvement and the implementation of such programs as .
Shop with a Cop, Citizen Ride-a-Long, K-ID Card System, creation of the / Criminal Justice-Instructor
Victim Advocate Program and many others. I am a member of many community / Fiscal Conservativ
service organizations such as Rotary (Past President), Peaceful Paths Domestic e
Violence Network (Past President), Starke Recreation Baseball Coach, YMCA
Founding Board Member, Community Traffic Safety Team, Faith Based Community Serving Bradford County
Center, to name a few. This commitment to work together and share resources for all County Since 1986
of Bradford County is a clear demonstration of my proven leadership.. :.

SThe Proven Leader... in FiscalManagement mind ef aestrheetau the
e Ve , l~tmind--of a street-cop-and the


management skills ofa CEO".


As your sheriff, I will protect you and I will protect your tax dollars. The sheriffs
budget will be thoroughly scrutinized and Overspending will be stopped! I have proven
that I can manage a successful and efficient agency with sound fiscal management
principles and advance the technical and law enforcement capabilities at the same
time. Gordon Smith is the only candidate that has governmental budgeting experience.
I have a proven record of success by operating the most efficient budget of any agency
the size of Starke.


ENDORSED BY.-
-William "Bill" Cervone (R)
8th Judicial Circuit State Attorney
Police Benevolent Association


Gordon Smith Loves Bradford County
The citizens of Bradford County have spent twenty-two
years getting to know me and my family. Your tax dollars
a have been well spent on my training and education. No other
candidate in the race for sheriff has more training and
educational experience than Gordon Smith. This has been at
the direct benefit of the Bradford County tax payer.


Gordon Smith has served his community, and is the only
candidate for sheriff with a proven track record of crime
reduction, solving crime, accountability, and fiscal restraint.
You the voter, do not have to risk your safety, or waste your
,tax dollars on fancy slogans, hopes or promises...You have a
'solid, proven law enforcement leader that is capable and
ready to lead on day one as your Sheriff.
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FL at 904-966-6280 within 2 working
STT" 'LE G A L days of your receipt of this notice; if
LE G A L "n you are hearing or voice impaired, R h
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S"I r 10/30 2tchg 11/06-BCT
NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE top
i\ NOTICES EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT fu raiser
_____IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, fun
FLORIDA
The more that government CIVIL ACTION Starke Elementary
Sm rvnCASE NO: 04-2007-153-CA fourth-grader Taylor
becomes secret, the less it MARKET STREET MORTGAGE Rehberg received
| ,, CORPORATION, r eceie
Sremainsfree." Plaintiff, a $50 check on
James Russell Wiggins vs Oct. 2 for being the
-' ames lWiggins DAVID C. KIRKLAND, et al., hhest ee n e
Defendant(s). highest seller in the
PUBLIC NOTICE pursuant to a Final Judgment of NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE school's Yankee
AT&T is reviewing an existing 415' Mortgage Foreclosure dated October SALE Candle fundraiser.
guyed wireless communication tower 20, 2008, and entered in Case No. 04- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatundraiser
located at 12565 SW 70" Avenue, 2008-CA-056 of the Circuit Court of pursuant to a Final Judgment of The fundraiser helps
Starke, FL 32091 for the purpose of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit, in and for Mortgage Foreclosure dated October the school purchase
renewing its license with.the FCC. If BRADFORD County, Florida wherein 20, 2008, and entered in Case No. things students need.
you have any concerns of any historic CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC is the 2007-153-CA of the Circuit Court
properties that might be adversely Plaintiff and HAROLD L. HARRIS; of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit, Taylor said she was
affected by this tower, please write ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES in and for BRADFORD County, surprised she sold
to Doug Butler, Trileaf Corp., 2700 CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, Florida wherein MARKET STREET the most candles.
Westhall Ln., Ste. 200, Maitland, ANDAGAINSTTHEHEREIN NAMED MORTGAGE CORPORATION is theh
FL 32751, (407) 660-7840. Please INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) Plaintiff and DAVID C. KIRKLAND She also noted that
include the tower location and the WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE and AMY J. KIRKLAND are the she had help from her
location of the historic resource that DEAD QR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID Defendants, I will sell to the highest
you believe might be affected. UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM and best bidder for cash at FRONT parents.
10/16 3tchg 10/30-BCT AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HALLOFTHE BRADFORD COUNTY
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
RAY'S AUTO REPAIR gives Notice of Defendants, I will sell to the highest FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on
Lien andintent to sell these vehiclesand best bidder for cash at FRONT the 11' day of December, 2008, the
n // beginning t 1 HALLOFTHE BRADFORD COUNTY following described property as set
at 7382 Sunrise Blvd., Keyston COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH forth in said Final Judgment:
Heights, FL 32656-2229, ursuantto TEMPLE. AVENUE, STARKE, The Easterly 115 feet of the Westerly
subsection713.585, Florida Statutes. FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on half of a parcel of land described as
RAY'S AUTO REPAIR reserves the the 11 day of December, 2008, the follows, to-wit:
right to reect and and/or all bids. following described property as set Commencing at the Northeast corner
1FTYR14V73TA38171 2003 Ford forth in said Final Judgment: of the Southwest /4 of the Southeast
1G2HX52K3W4228879 '98 Pontiac The North 200 feet of the South 975 %A of Section 29, Township 6 South,
1GDEG25Z7N7511252 '92 GM Corp feet of that portion of the Northeast Range 22 East, and run South 0
1GNCS13W9W21'48746 '98 Chev. Quarter that lies East of State degree 30 minutes East along the
3B7HC13ZX1G183060 '01 Dodge Highway #200 (Also known as U.S. West City Limits of the City of Starke,
Highway 301), in Section 3 Township Florida, 812.53 feet to the Point of
10/23 2tchg 10/30-BCT 6South, Range 22 East, except road Beginning, thence run South 89
right of way as recorded in Deed Book degrees 30 minutes West 498.07
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE 88, Page 275, of the Public Records feet; thence run South 0 degree 39 Ad t
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY, of Bradford County, Florida, and more minutes West, 87.00 feet; thence run A ut
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of particularly described as follows: North 89 degrees 30 minutes East d (
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles Commence at the intersection of the 505 feet; thence run North 0 degree pro ram
on 11/17/2008, 10:00 a.m. at 18536 North boundary of said Northeast 30 minutes West 87.00 feet to the Sr r1 i
US HWY 301 N. Starke, FL 32091- Quarter (NE1/4) of the Southwest Point of Beginning. All situated in the offe
0314, pursuant to subsection 731.78 Quarter (SW1/4) and the Easterly Southwest 'A of the Southeast %/ of Offered
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN right of way line .of State Road Section 29, Township 6 South, Range
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC. Number 200 (US, 301) and run 22 East, Bradford County, Florida, Starke Church of God by t
reserves the right to accept or reject thence South 16 degrees 05 minutes saveandexceptingtherefromtheEast Faith's Community Learning i
any and/or all bids. 10 seconds West.along said right 25 feet thereof previousyconveyed Center is offering adult literacy
2FALP71W8TX139471 '96 Ford of way line, 358.96 feet to an iron to the City of Starke for street right training in a program funded by
JHLRD2847WC007584 '98 Honda stake 'arid the Point of Beginning, of way. Together with and subject to h
10/30 ltchg-BCT thence continue South 16 degrees 05 perpetual easement to use for road the Department of Education.
minutes 10 seconds West along said purposes in common with others Sessions will be held. on
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS- right of way line; 203.78 feet to an in and to the following property in Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to
REAL ESTATE iron stake, thence North 89 degrees Bradford County, Florida, to-wit: The noon.
Notice is hereby given that the 56 minutes 30 seconds East, parallel Northerly 10 feet (less the Easterly Th center alsoactsasaFlorida
Bradford County Board of County to said North boundary, 314.25 feet to 115,feet) of that certain parcel of land hecenteralsoactsas da
Commissioners will receive sealed an iron stake, thence North 0 degree described in Deed recorded in Deed Ready to Work site, which means
bids until 3:00 pm November 18, 09 minutes 00 seconds East 195.90 Book 84, Page 523, Public Records it offers computer-based learning
2008 at the Bradford County Office of feet to an iron stake, thence South of Bradford County, Florida. for a credentialing program that
the County Clerk located at 945 North 89 degrees 56 minutes 30 seconds A/K/A 714 Alton Road, Starke, FL also has GED and TABE testing
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida for West, parallel to said North boundary, 32091 also has GED and TAE testing
the purchaseof real estate located at 258.30 feet to the Point of Beginning. Any person claiming an interest in components.
911 Florida Street in Starke, Florida, A/K/A 19805 N. US Highway 301, the surplus from the sale, if any, other For more information, call
also described as follows: Starke, Florida 320910000 than the property owner as of the date (904) 964-2435.
Parcel #03339-0-00600 situated, lying Any person claiming an interest in of the Lis Pendens must file a claim c
and being in the County of Bradfor the surplus from the sale, if any, other within sixty (60) days after the sale. d
State of Florida, towit: te Westerly than the property owner as of the date WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of W ant t
40.04 feet of the Easterly 80.08 feet of of the Lis Pendens must file a claim this Court on October 21, 2008. W
Lot 1 of Block 21 of Livingston Truby within sixty (60) days after the sale. RAY NORMANn
and Company's Subdivision in the city WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of Clerk of the Circuit Court learn another
of Starke, as per plat recorded in Plat this Court on October 21, 2008. By Carol Williams c
Book 1. Page 41 of the public records RAY NORMAN Deputy Clerk language?
of Bradford County, Florida. Clerk of the Circuit Court If you are a person with a disability angu
By Carol Williams who needs any accommodation in The Rosetta Stone Spanish
Closing must take place within 30 Deputy Clerk orderto participation this proceeding, Level 1 (Latin America) version
days of bid opening. Allassociated If you are a person with a disability you are entitled; at no cost to you, to
cl costs willbe the resnsl who needs any accommodation in the. provision of certain assistance. has been recently donated to the.--
oi, te s rara sa se l i tethis preseeling, ie coRtt;.4t.(iklefk-i f--Gourt,- BRdfoirlCouA tSI Library -'
for revew inrte'Brad o rd' tyB ti, at cost to you, to Bradford CountykCourthouse, Starke,. I memory olBeulan Bransford.-
Office of Community Development. the provision of certain assistance. FL at 904-966-6280 within 2 working 9 i' lrnin' S" nish with
Other questions may be directed to Please contact the Clerk of Court, days of your receipt of this notice; if Begin learning Spanish ith
AnelaqMacey at (904) 966-6382. Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, you are hearing or voice impaired, everything you need-from
Bids must be seaed and cearly FL at 904-966-6280 within 2 working call 1-800-955-8771. grammar and vocabulary to
marked with the words "Bids for 911 days of your receipt of this notice; if 10/30 2tchg 11/06-BCT basic sentence structure. Make
Florida Street Property" and received you are hearing or voice impaired, learning a ne language second
by 3:00 pm November 18 2008 call 1-800-955-8771. PUBLIC AUCTION learning a new language second
Please include the bidder's name 10/30.2tchg 11/06-BCT RON DENMARK MINI-STORAGE nature with this self-paced and
mailing address and phone number will hold a Public Auction on Friday, easy-to-use computer-based
alngwith the bid amount. Bids will INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE November 14, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. program.
be opened in the County Commission EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT at 2117 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,r
Room located in the North Annex IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FL, on the following storage units Don't worry about nothaving a
of the County Courthouse at 945 FLORIDA containing personal items: computer; this program is used at -
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida. CIVIL ACTION # 8 T. Ellis the library on one of the libraries
Bradford County reserves the right to CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-021 #45 L. Cowen computers.
reject any and all bids or when it is U.S. BANK NATIONAL # 81 T. Rugg
determined to be in the best interest ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE # 123 D. Smith
of the County that the bids be re- FOR THE STRUCTURED ASSET # 127 T. Barnhart
advertised: INVESTMENT LOAN TRUST; 2006- 10/30 2tchg 11/06-BCT


10/30 3tchg 11/13-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO: 04-2008-CP-0096
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KENNETH WAYNE SHUFORD,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of. the Estate
of KENNETH WAYNE SHUFORD,
deceased, File Number 04-2008-CP-
0096, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is P.O.
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091. The
name and address of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's Estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this Notice
is served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's Estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED!
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is October 30, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Zita A. Shuford
1837 Adams St.
Lawtey, FL 32058.
Attorney for
Personal Representative:
Dudley P. Hardy, P.A.
403 W. Georgia St. '
Starke, Florida 32091
Telephone: 904/964-5701
Florida Bar No: 095907
10/30 2tchg 11/06-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-056
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
HAROLD L. HARRIS, et al.,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that


1,
Plaintiff;
vs.
ROBERT T. JORDAN,-et a.:
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated October
20, 2008, and entered in Case No.
04-2008-CA-021 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit, iri
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE STRUCTURED ASSET
INVESTMENT LOAN TRUST, 2006-
1, is the Plaintiff and ROBERT T.
JORDAN and HEATHER JORDAN
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on
the 11m day of December, 2008, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
The following lands located in Crosby
Lake Shores, per plat thereof in
Plat Book 2, Page 17 of the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida;
Lots 5,6,7 and 8 of Block 12, except
South 125 feet thereof, also Lots 5,6,7
and 8 of Block 11. Also that portion
'of a street 30 feet in width, dividing
the said blocks, which is adjacent to
and contiguous with said lots. Also,
that portion of an abandoned graded
road, shown as Highway 66 feet in
width, which lies North of, adjacent
to, and contiguous with the Northerly
boundary of the lots herein described
in Block 11. Also, that portion of the
Southeast one quarter of Section 24,
Township 6 South, Range 21 East,
lying South of State Road 100, and
North of the previously described
abandoned graded road shown as
Highway. Being less than 160 acres
lying outside of any municipality, and
being one contiguous parcel of land.
A/K/A 6872 State Road 100 W,
Starke, FL 32091
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 sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on October 21, 2008.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit 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 Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,


So live that you wouldn't
be ashamed to sell the
family parrot to the town
gossip.
WILL ROGERS'
1879-1935, American
Humorist, Actor"
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Rosetta Stone is selected over
other language learning tools
because it is easy to use, and
because it works. This-program
ias been adopted successfully by
thousands of organizations. Gc
o the library at 456 W. Pratt St.
n Starke and give it a try.


Driver safety

program

schedule

announced
AARP is offering its driver
safety program monthly classes
it a cost of $10. There are no
ests. The two-day, four-hour
classroomm instruction refines
Driving skills and' develops
defensive driving techniqueg:The
hree-year certificate qualifies
graduates for an auto insurance
discount.
Gainesville.class-dates will be
Nov. 6-7 from 9 a.mi.. to f p.m.;
nd Dec. 8-9 frofn 9"'a.m. to 1
).m.
Forf' lorc information and to ,.
r:(giser, caI ..(352) 3.333-3036.

Lawtey plans

Halloween

party
The Lawtey Recreation
Department will, be hosting a
Halloween party :on Friday, Oct.
1, at Tatum Brothers Park from
6-10 p.m.
There will be games, a hayride


and plenty of candy. Hotdogs,
hamburgers and drinks will be
on sale to raise money to finish
the expansion of the recreation
building.
Everyone is welcome to attend
this safe event for food, fun and
families.
Anyone wishing to donate
candy may drop it off at Lawtey
City Hall Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visit
www.lawtey-fl.com for more
information, and call (904)
364-6474 or (904) 782-3454 to
volunteer.


VFW Ladies

host National

Family Day

event
The Ladies Auxiliary of
VFW Post 1016 and Auxiliary
MASH Unit 1016 will host a
National Family Day event at
the American Legion Post 56
home-a.709 W. Edwards Road in
Starke on Saturday, Nov.;,, from
10 a.in..to noon.
Kids! Bring your stuffed
animal for first aid at the Teddy
Bear Hospital, get fingerprinted
and watch a bike safety
demonstration. There will also
be a stuffed animal contest.
With the help of Boy Scout
Troop 70, a hot dog lunch will
be provided for $3. An optional

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him wherever he goes. He's actually Glenn SallerS in
costume with James Sailers aiding and abetting.


LEFT: This diva princess,
Nevaeh Guriey, is not going
to give up her sunglasses.
LEFT, BELOW: Olivia
Faulks Is a very cute Mad
Hatter.

RIGHTJackson
Warren was decked out as
a sniper In agllly suit his
dad helped him make.


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8/22/03 11/01/06
Dada Loves You, Son
Always & Forever


Happy 3rd Birthday,
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COVINGTON, II
With all our love,
Daddy, Raymond and
Momma Anna


ABOVE: Jordan Lewis swings a sledge hammer at a
wrecked car. The car was part of a fundraising and edu-
cation effort. The booth was put together as a coopera-
tive effort by the Heilbron Springs and Theressa volun-
teerfire departments and the Downtown Business and
Community Association. Kids learned about traffic and
fire safety while having a little fun wrecking something
without getting yelled at.


RIGHT: Jerry Smith was
impersonating a certain
Kentucky colonel. In this
photo, he had paused to
rest in front of one of the
downtown Starke business-
es while he watched all the
fun and activity.


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Three spooky specters were caught outside the haunted house. Jerry Kahn has gone
on to his reward and has apparently been reunited with both his first late wife (Ro-
berta Ward) and his second late wife (Kathy Kahn), Not the best circumstance since
he apparently assisted them in becoming late wives.


Brooklyn Stephens was
all decked out as a Gator
cheerleader.


RIGHT: Levi Hayes and
little Levi Fore were both
dressed for a Pumpkin
Escape-style good time.



Pumpkin

Escape

scenes


LEFT: Isabella Carrasqulllo'
chooses a pumpkin that
is hiding a prize. Lots of
games were available and
everyone who played won
something. Candy was
given away for free.


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"Autumn"
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When animals begin tuckin'in
The nuts and seeds nature did provide
They put them in the trees to hide
The green leaves have a touch of gold
They'll soon be darkened by the cold
The touch of frost is very near
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Motor Vehicles
1998 F150 FORD PICK-UP
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automatic, cold air, excel-
lent condition. $2,495,
call 904-504-3802.
BAD CREDIT CAR LOANS
CALL JERROD to find
out why with $500 down,
credit doesn't matter. Call
904-964-2277.
45
Land for Sale
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
(owner/agent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to'4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-083 or 352-284,
7608.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
2BR MOBILE HOME.
Shed, patio,'large fenced
yard. Very clean, service
animals only. $650/mth
plus security. 10 miles
west of Starke. Call 386-
496-0683.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417'W&sfCaWl
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SO FT OR 6,000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
FOR RENT: COMMERCIAL
BUILDING, 2 miles north
of city limits on 301. Ap-
prox. 1800 sq ft, enclosed
with 20' roofed frontage.
20'x30' separate building
included. 3 bays with
garage doors. $750/mth,
first and last required
with $500 security de-
posit. Call 904-964-93370
or 904-964-7195.


Whispering Oaks

Apartments

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

Call 904-368-0007


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
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Homes for Sale
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke. $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
St. Starke, $49,500. Call
352-745-0039.
$69,900 3/2 WITH APPLI-
ANCES BUILT ON YOUR
LOT Go to www.dugard-
construction.com or call
904-259-5008.
BEAUTIFUL HAMPTON
LAKE NEIGHBORHOOD
with paved roads and
restricted development.
3 large bedrooms and
2 baths, 2,358 total sq
ft, built in 2004. Bonus
1/2 bath in double ga-
rage. Approx. 1.5 acres,
high and dry. A steal at
$189,900. Online pho-
tos: http://home.allel.
net/williamskd/. Call 352-
468-2312.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
RENTTOOWN, PAYMENTS
" FROM $385/MTH. For
details, call Hidden Oaks
Mobile Home Park, 386.
496-8111.

ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
awtey, FL
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave- Cable/HBO
Refrigerator- Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
know about or don't
plan for? Then buy my
2009 28x80 for $68,700
or my 28'W 2009 3BR
for $47,700. Includes
permits, well, septic and
power pole, all hook-ups,
set-up, A/C, skirting and
steps. No impact lees
included. Call Bruce or
Lynn at 386-344-3908.
NO MONEY DOWN 100%
FINANCING for veterans.
VAfinancing and 100% for
land owners. FHA loans.
Call 352-378-2453, Bruce
or Lynn at Gene, Jim and
Roy's Westgate Homes.
50 years in business.
ATTENTION! QUALITY
HOME BUYERS. Homes
of Merit, Town Homes,
SLive Oak Homes. Do
not buy any of the above

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Sales I Service
Nice selection of .
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
Starting at $S l05
GREAT FOR-
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
904-964-2966
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homes without calling
352-378-2453, ask for
Bruce or Lynn. Guar-
anteed lowest prices in
Florida.
SUPER BUY NEW 2008
3/2 16X80 SET-UP AND
DELIVERY. $29,942, ap-
pliances included. Call
Bruce or Lynn at 352-
378-2453.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME 3/2, $4K OBO.
Outside in good shape,
inside needs work. Must
move. Call 352-468-
3238.
BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
3/2 ON ONE PRIVATE
ACRE. Close to town,
one block off SR21, large
decks. Call 352-475-
3975.
BRAND NEW 2009 FLEET-
WOOD 32X80, $69,900.
Delivered, setup, skirting
and steps installed. Call
904-259-8028.
2009 SCOTBILT 28X72,
$79,900. 2x6 exterior
walls, tape and textured
throughout, delivered,
setup, A/C, skirting and
steps installed. Call 904-
259-8028.
MUST SELL- BRAND NEW
2008 28X56 FLEET-
WOOD, $35,900. Call
904-259-8028.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 acres, one mile road
frontage. $6,000peracre.
Call 904-259-8028.
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE-
WIDE DELIVERED AND
SET-UP, $37,900. Land/
home packages starting
at$650/mth. Reposavail-
able. Call Homemart at
352-307-2244.
BANK REPOS START-
ING AT $5,000. Call for
current inventory, save
thousands. All makes
and models. Call Allstar,
352-622-9910.
50
For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENTI COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
Stion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135: /wk.


SRoom without bath, $100.
SLaundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323...
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BR OR LAKEFRONT 2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at
$579. W/D hook-ups,
fitness center, computer
room, pool. Pets wel-
come. Whispering Oaks
Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STUDIO APARTMENT -
UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$400/mth. First and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/1 WITH CH/A, VERY
NICE, ONE MILE from
Super WalMart in Starke.
Washer and dryer includ-
ed. Call 386-562-3408.
KEYSTONE RENTAL- 3/2.
$750/mth rent plus $800
deposit. Trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus $800
security deposit. Trash
and pest control included,
service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security. Call 904-964-
4303.
2/1 IN RAIFORD ON CR229.
$500/MTH, FIRST AND
LAST plus $500/dep. Call
386-431-1917 or 904-
966-1396.
BRADFORD ST., STARKE
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security.
S2/1 Triplex w/lake access. $500/mo & security
* 1/1 Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo &
security.
* 1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
unfurnished in Melrose area $650/mo & security
* 3/2 MH in Hampton $675/mo & security.
* 3/2 Home in Melrose, Clay County $850/mo &
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* 3/1.5 Home in Keystone $900/mo & security
S2/1 Cottage in /Earleton $925/mo & security.
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Sheila Daughert,
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(904) 964-6708 or
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* 2BR/IBA, Corer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.....$59,500
* 3BR/1BA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Seller will
pay up to $1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....
.............;.......................... ..... $99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lot on
canal at Crosby Lake ....................$37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
................................REDUCED $29,950
* Two I-Acre lots in -Ciof Starke
Each. ...........S .& ,................,$17,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on 1 acre off
S.R.16 E. Starke MUST SELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212 sq. ft. Starke .............. $147,200
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq. ft. Starke.........................$149,900


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pump, new windows,
carpet and wood floors.
Family safe neighbor-
hood. Big, open back
yard for privacy. First, last
and deposit. .$750 each,
references required. Call
814-257-9825.
FOR RENT BY OWNER
2/2 on 1/2 acre. Also,
1997 SWMH and DWMH,
3/2 starting at $7,000.
Call 352-318-9262.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
EXTRA CLEAN MOBILE
HOME. Available No-
vember 20. Safe, quiet
lakeview near town.
$550/mth plus deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-5214. Senior
discount.
FLORAHOME 1/1 WITH
DEN, KITCHEN AND
ELECTRIC A/C, cable
TV, front and side porch.
$600/mth, call 904-759-
5873 or evenings at 386-
659-1621.
STARKE 2/2 OLDER
HOUSE WITH COM-
PUTER ROOM/OFFICE.
CH/A, appliances. First,
last and security. Credit
and background check,
$625/mth. Call 904-259-
4126.
MOBILE HOME 3/1 ON
LAKE, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS (Clay County).
$550/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-494-0057.
2 GREAT HOMES ONE
IS 2,900 SO FT, 4/3 on
historic street. The other
is a beautiful lakeview
custom home, remodeled.
Both $1,100/mth OBO.
Call 904-887-8451.
LAKE HOUSE FOR RENT
2/1 ON SILVER LAKE.
$550/mth plus utilities.
'Deposit is first month' and
last month. Call 352-


473-7770.
KEYSTONE 2/1.5 ON
LITTLE LAKE GENEVA.
Paved road, lakeview,
large lot. $450/mth, $500/
sec. Call 352-475-2830.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
3/1 with heat and air,
stove and refrigerator,
furnished. $575/mth,
$400/dep. Call 386-496-
3253.
KEYSTONE 4/2 WITH CA-
THEDRAL CEILINGS,
CH/A, remodeled, carpet,
wooded lot, close to bike
path. References, $795/
mth. Call 352-317-5880.
KEYSTONE 2/1, CH/A,
HOUSE ON HALF MOON
LAKE. 2 acres, 12x24
shed, partially fenced.
References, $595/mth.
Call 352-317-5880.
2/1.5 MOBILE HOME
WITH.FRONT SCREEN
PORCH AND UTILITY
ROOM. $500/mth, many
extras, senior discount.
Call 904-964-8218.
WALDO VILLAS 1 & 2BR
APARTMENTS AVAIL-
ABLE. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.


4/2 COUNTRY HOME -
SOME PASTURE. Lo-
cated in Providence/
Worthington Springs
area. CH/A, $925/r,.lh.
Call 386-496-2354.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT 3/1 IN CITY LIM-
ITS. $500/mth, $500/dep.
Also, 3/2 on SR121. Ref-
Serences required, call
904-364-8535.
HOME FOR RENT 2/2
NEAR STARKE COUN-
TRY.CLUB. $550/mth,
includes. laundry room.
Call 904-769-9616.
COVE APARTMENTS 1/1
FOR RENT. Call for de-
tails, 904-891-6779.
STARKE 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME WITH
CH/A. $600/mth plus'
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
4/4 HOME ON 1,3 ACRES
LOW 100'S near Starke
Country Club. Also,
builder's lot, 1.25 acres,
$29,500. Call 904-769-
9616.
3/2 MOBILE HOME ON 1.5
ACRES. Nice country
setting, fenced-in yard


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with tilefloors $700/mth,
call 352-494-1028.
LARGE MOBILE HOME
3/2, ALL ELECTRIC,
CH/A. $550/mth, call
904-964-6445.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKE FRONT 3/1.5
HOUSE in quiet country
setting. CH/A. Kitchen/
living room combina-
tion with full brick wall
fireplace. Washer/dryer
hook-ups and attached
storage shed. Water,
septic, security lights and
outside mowing included.
$700/mth, first, last and
security. Call 352-475-
3440.
2/1 HOUSE WITH LAKE
VIEW/LAKE ACCESS to
Smith Lake in Keystone.
Washer/dryer included.
$625/mth plus $800/dep.
Call 904-614-7170.
3/1 HOUSE IN STARKE
WASHER/DRYER
HOOK-UP. $675/mth
plus $825/dep. Call 904-
614-7170.
LEASE OR RENTTO OWN
CLEAN. 2/1 SWMH on
75'x120' fenced lot close
to shopping in Starke.
Safe, quiet "all houses"
neighborhood. $550/mth
plus deposit. Senior dis-
count. Consider small
pet. Call 352-473-5214.
MOBILE HOME 2/1 IN
MELROSE Nice, open
layout. $450/mth plus
$300 security denosit.
Call 352-475-2761.
12X70 TRAILER, 2/1.5 -
VERY CLEAN. $500/mth,
$400/dep. First and last
month's rent required.
Call 904-782-3380 or
904-782-3367.
3/1 HOME DOWNTOWN
STARKE. Quiet, nice
neighborhood, all appli-
ances. $825/mth, call
786-525-1116.
HIGH END STUDIO LOFT
APARTMENT Stainless
steel appliances, washer/
dryer, wood floors. $725/
mth, call 786-525-1116.
3/2 CUSTOM BUILT HOME
WITH CHIA. Modern,
clean on Lake Sampson
with deck, dock, canal,
boat slip and much more.
$1,100/mth, call 904-964-
4005.
3/2 WITH CH/A AND ALL
NEW APPLIANCES.
Very clean, in good area.
$575/mth, call 904-368-
0832.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE- CH/A, deck, quiet
area, service animals only.
$625/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-284-3310.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE WITH CH/A. Ser-
vice animals only, $485/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-284-3310.
DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE
ON LAKE KEYSTONE,
2/2 with new carpet, paint
and tile. $950/mth plus
$500 security deposit.
Se rvice..ni.r)als,9 ly
credit r rt reort refuird
Genesis Fitness. Avail-
able now, 352-284-5753.
2/1 MOBILE HOME WITH
A/C, GAS HEAT. Lake
Geneva area, $450/mth,
first, last and $500 secu-
rity. Service animals only.
Call 386-336-5617.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME $575/mth, first
month rent plus security/
cleaning deposit. Country
setting. Call Monday-Fri-
day, 3:30pm-9:00pm only
or weekends, 9am-9pm.
Call 904-964-6997.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
14X70 MOBILE HOME


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2/2 with garden tub,
shower and walk-in closet
in master bedroom. On
paved road, $550/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-1288 or 352-473-
6462.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors; shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
FOR SALE WOLF HY-
BRID; REGISTERED.
Had shots, 9 mths old,
$150 OBO. Call 904-
966-6466.
SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
HUND MIX PUPPIES,
$150., Chihuahua and
Dachshund mix puppies,
$150. Wood for sale, $75/
load, Oak and pecan, you
pick up. Also, full blooded
Siamese kittens, $100
each,'male and female,
parents on premises. Call
386-431-1404.
PEEK-A-POO PUPPIES-
ALL SHOTS AND
HEALTH CERTIFIED.
Very cute and cuddly,
$375.' Chihuahua pup-
pies, 1 long hair, 1 short
hair, $300 and $200.
Shots and health cer-
tificates, call 352-468-
3910.:
53A,
Yard Sales
YARD SALE AT 515 ALTON
RD. Saturday, November
1st, 8:30am-?
LARGE, 2 FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 8am-3pm.
Clothes and tools, pets
and supplies, aquariums.
Hampton, CR325 across
from Su-Els, 9995 Pros-
pect Ave.
YARD SALE NOVEMBER
1, 8:30AM. Hampton,
SR18E next to Macedo-
nia Church. All types of
items.:
BIG YARD SALE FRIDAY.
301N to Morgan Rd., one
mile, blue vinyl house.
Furniture, lots of items
very cheap.
SATURDAY, 8AM 12036
SE 21ST AVE. Like new
wall mounted gas heater,
ventless propane fireplace
with tank, lots more.
MOVING SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, No-
vember 7th and 8th,
8am-2pm. 6337 Semi-
nole St., Kingsley Lake.


Large wooden playset,
household items, clothes,
children's games.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
1ST, 7AM-?. Misc. items.
Hwy 301N, left at 183rd
St., follow signs.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
POSTMASTER VILLAGE
8157 MERRIAN RD.
Housewares, clothes,
toys, CDs, books and
more. Friday, October 31
and Saturday, November
1st, 8am-4pm.
POSTMASTER VILLAGE
8157 MERRIAN RD.
Housewares, clothes,
toys, CDs, books and
more. Friday, October 31
and Saturday, November
1, 8am-4pm.
RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, Oc-
tober 31 and November
1, 9am-4pm. American
Legion Post, 21N, across
from Sabos.
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
IN ASHLEY LAKE Hom-
eowners Association, fol-
low signs. Lots of good-
ies, household items.
Saturday, 9am-3pm.
GARAGE SALE SATUR-
DAY, NOVEMBER 11,
8AM-? 598 SE 4th Ave.,
Melrose. Misc. items.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
LOTS AND LOTS OF
children's clothing from
birth to 4 years old. Lots
of name brands and
other household items.
Wednesday through Fri-
day after 9am till dark.
5565 CR352.
LARGE MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE. Furniture,
metal file cabinet, chil-
dren's clothes and toys,
household goods. All
nice condition. Saturday,
November 1 and Satur-
day, November 8. Take
E CR214 to Monongahela
to 5499 Jefferson St (fol-
low signs).
55
Wanted
WANTED -10-12 BIG LAY-
ING HENS and one roost-
er. Call 904-504-3802.
NEW CONSIGNMENT
STORE OPENING on
US301 South in Starke.
A New Leaf is now tak-
ing consignments. Call
904-964-LEAF for ap-
pointment.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-


J SERVICE'


'Land Clerning Demolition
*Ponds. *Road Grading
Dozer Work R.-JOnes .-..FilllDIrt -


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Mowing Licensed *Fire Line
& Insured Plowing

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--' 16-118 SW 66th Lane Starke FL 32091


ranty. Brand new still In
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER, SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
COMPUTER NEW DELL
2-GIG XP PENTIUM 512
MB, 2 speakers, wireless
mouse and keyboard. 17"
LCD screen, many extras
with 4yr warranty, $900.
Call 386-496-0016.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL WASHERS and
dryers, new type $95
and up each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
"BEAN BAG" CHAIR AND
FOOT REST- BOUGHT
AT COURDUROY'S at
the mall less than a year
ago. Have no room for
it. Dark brown suede.
Inside seat is queen size
bed, and inside foot rest is
queen size pillow. Excel-
lent condition, washable.
Paid over $500, asking
$100 OBO. Please call
386-431-1741, leave
message. Great Christ-
mas giftll
FARM FRESH GREENS,
ALL KINDS. Forinforma-
tion, call Wayne or Suzie
at 904-964-5456.
PRO-FORM EXERCISE
BICYCLE, $100. Life
style cardio fit machine,
$75. RCA 20" TV, $50.
Allegro VCR, $25. Call
904-964-5748.


16FT EQUIPMENT TRAIL,
dual axle, fold down
ramps, $900. Call 386-
659-2173 or 386-916-
6585.
AMPLIFIER: AMPEG SVT
4-PRO HEAD with 8x10
classic cabinet. Guitar:
Ibanez SRX 700 sound
gear 4 string bass with
hardshell case and boss
RC50 loop station. All
in great condition. Best
offer accepted. Raiford
area, call Terrence at 904-
796-1116.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or notl Will pick
up anywhere. $125 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. All
hours, all ages. CPR and
first aid certified. Call for
info, 386-496-1062.
JP'S DIRT AND TRACTOR
WORK. We haul, fill dirt,
hardpan, topsoil, gravel,
rock, slag. You need
it, we can get It... Call


904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
LOVING CHILDCARE IN
MY HOME. Newborn
and up, $80/wk. Monday
through Friday, referenc-
es available. Please call
352-473-4556.
PRIVATE CAREGIVER -
RUN ERRANDS, doctors
appointments, can do live-
ins. Excellent references,
25 years experience. Call
Mrs. Billie at 352-475-
3900 or 352-328-1883,
Lake Area.
64
Business
Opportunities
LIOQOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
VERY BUSY CARRIER
100% 0/0. Pull vans,
flats or tanks in Florida
SE, Midwest and West,
out and back. Paid empty
and loaded, fuel card, no
fees, paid, fuel tax, home
weekends. Call 904-781-
0457 or 800-606-8344.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
all shifts. Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091,
904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
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the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-


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This is the first auction in this location. We take donations of most anything. This is a good
auction to buy your choice of merchandise at your price. All merchandise in excellent condition.
NO JUNK!
Items for sale, but not limited to are as follows: BR suits, LR suits, DR suits, Bedding, Chests,
LR tables, Dinettes, Exercise Equipment, Freezers, Washers & Dryers, Ranges, A/C, Lawn &
Garden, Mowers, Power Tools & Hand Tools, Generators, Air Compressors. So much more,
and too much to list. Also, several antique pieces of furniture, glass and china, etc.


Location of Auction:



Time of Sale:


3 miles north of Starke on US 301
Behind the Old Trolley Factory

7 pm, Saturday, Nov. 1
Thereafter same location, EVERY 1st and 3rd Saturday night of
every month. Doors open at 6 pm for your review of merchandise.


Attn: Dealers & Public invited. Bring your largest truck. Come early and plan to stay late. This
is a very large sale.

Terms of sale: Cash, cashier check or good check. 10% Buyer's Premium will to applied to
every sale. Same as all other auctions.
For more information, call 904-504-3802


efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
ADVERTISING SALES
PERSON NEEDED for
online news magazine.
Large percentage com-
missions available. Pos-
sible $400-$800 every
2 weeks. Bradford and
Alachua counties and any
appropriate web based
businesses. Call David
at 904-894-2052.
SALES CONSULTANT -
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening for
sales consultant. Position
offers competitive com-
pensation and benefits
package. Apply in per-
son at 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
POSTAL JOBS $17.89-
$28.27/HR NOW HIR-
ING. Paid training is pro-
vided. For appointment
and free government job
Info, call American As-
sociation of Labor at 913-
599-8226, 24hrs, emp.
serv.
POSTAL JOBS TO $18.45/
HR AND WILDLIFE JOBS
TO $21.80/HR. For ap-.
pointment and exam infd,
call 800-354-0351 ext


f1103, federaljobservice.
com.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED IN
STARKE Family practice
for front desk person.
Part or full time. Must
be friendly, have good
people skills, be a team
player, able to verify insur-
ances on avility and able
to make excellent collec-
tions from patients. Must
have these qualifications
to apply. Fax 'resume to
Office Manager at .904-
964-1884.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CLASS A OR B CDL.
Clean record. WCC Site
Development, 352-485-
2779.


RANCH NEEDS STRONG,
HEALTHY WOMAN to
help with chores in ex-
change for private room,
bath and board. Light
housekeeping, some
cooking. Other jobs ok as
long as it doesn't interfere.
Owner is senior. Call
352-478-9546 or 352-
478-4556.
RN NEEDED FULL TIME.
Every other weekend.
Must be a team player
and pass FDLE back-
ground. Apply in person
at Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab, ask for Sharon.,
FELLER-BUNCHER OPER-
ATOR NEEDED Excel-
lent pay, 904-796-0610.


CNAs

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donation of I can of food will
support the food pantry or $1
wiUl go to the hospital fund.
Certificates and awards will
be given.
Auxiliary offering
several contests
The Ladies Auxiliary of VFW
Post 1016 is offering several
contests, including a Buddy
Poppy coloring contest for kids
inpre-K through grade two. The
15-by-15 poster contest featuring
veterans names is for grades three
and four. The grade-five essay
contest theme is "What Veterans
Day means to me." Deadline is
Dec. 1.
The Auxiliary is also working
with VFW on the Patriot's Pen
essay contest for sixth- through
eighth-graderson"WhyAmerican.
Veterans should be honored" and
the Voice of Democracy essay
contest for grades nine though 12
(applications available at the high
school, library and VFW Post
home). Deadline is Oct. 31.
Mail essays to VFW Post
1016, 250 N. Bay St. in Starke,
FL 32091. For more information,
contact Barbara Searcy at (904)
891-7242.

Event benefits
YMCA
SpongeBob SquarePants,


Spiderman and the Dora the
Explorer rarely work out at the
YMCA, but this October at SW
YMCA, you'll see characters like
these celebrating "Halloween at
the YMCA." For the 7th year in a
row, kids, teens and families will
enjoy time-honored Halloween
activities all in a safe and festive
venue.
North Central Florida YMCA
and Theatre Santa Fe_will host
"Fear Injection 2008: A Haunted
Wanderland" through Friday,
Oct. 31, from 7 p.m. to midnight.-
Supervised spooky activities
will include a bounce house,
haunted trail, face painting,
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Sitting in front of the quilts they made are Windsor the quilts, but also making plans as to what family
Manor residents (from left) Thelma Griffis, Lettie Smith members or friends would eventually receive them.
and Peggy Kirk. These ladies not only enjoyed making They think of it as creating new family heirlooms.


Putting talented fingers to work


Residents of
Starke's Windsor
Manor resume use
of their lifelong,
artistic skills
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Peggy Kirk has accumulated
items throughout her life that
have special meaning and will
be passed along to family
members. That makes her no
different from a lot of the other
residents at Windsor Manor
Nursing Home in Starke.
However, Kirk and several
residents have put their artistic


talents to work to not only
keep themselves busy, but to
create new family heirlooms.
.Six Windsor Manor
residents spent the past year
working on quilts, and the
activity has brought back a
flood of memories as well as
giving them something to look
forward to during the day. As
Kirk put it, the act of quilting
makes her feel good, happy
and content.
"It's my treasure," she said.
"I love it. I think it's fantastic
for people to sew with their
hands."- -
It is Kirk's intent to give her
quilt to her ,great-
granddaughter, but not yet.-


Kirk fiercely proclaims the
quilt will stay with her at the
nursing home while she's still
alive.
She's proud of her work, but
she's not the only one. Elaine
Taylor, the activities director
at the nursing home, said the
Windsor Manor employeesall
have to stop and look at the
quilts when they pass by them.
"They could put a price on
these quilts, and they could sell
them," Taylor said.
Taylor said credit goes to
Debbie Beck for being the
spark that jumpstarted the
quilting approximately a year
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hands in between scheduled
projects. The ladies wanted to
busy themselves, and they took
to the project with joy,
employing skills they were
quite familiar with, but which
are not quite so prevalent
today.
"It's almost a lost art," said
Kirk, whose grandmotlier
taught her to quilt when she
was 3. "The average woman
nowadays wouldn't think of
sitting down and doing
something like that."
SThe skills used in quilting
were once a necessity, Taylor
said. Now, though, the a.c4 of
sitting down and using those
skills again has brought about
reminisces from those bygone
days, which Taylor has
enjoyed. She has heard the'
ladies talk about various topics
See TALENTS, p. 12B


Community honors

Reddish, supports

education


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Becky Reddish was a true
professional. She was a true
friend.
Some of the people who
knew Reddish well and
worked closely with her said
ps much, but a tribute to the
late Bradford County schools
administrator was more than
an opportunity to say kind
words. It was a chance to raise
funds ,' for the recently
established Becky Reddish
Memorial Scholarship, which
will be made available from
Santa Fe College to Bradford
County students.
"I think it is fitting that we
are here to honor Becky's
memory with a scholarship for
education," said Scott Roberts,'
who worked with Reddish
during the formation of the
Bradford County, Education
Foundation as well as with the
teacher incentive program.
"This combines her love for-
and importance (she placed
upon)-education with her
love for the community and
the people in it."
"A Tribute to Becky" was
held Oct. 17 at Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke.
Approximately $7,000 was
raised for the scholarship fund
as guests enjoyed breakfast
before listening to the
memories of six people who
said they were truly honored to
have the opportunity to talk
about Reddish.
"The last time I spoke on a
microphone, I was standing
next to Becky as she honored
me," said Donna Tew, the
reading coach at. Bradford
High School. "Now, it's my
privilege to be, able, to honjor
her."
Tew. said Reddish was her
role model-one she misses
every day. Rddislih'Wis killed
in a March 18 automobile
accident.
Prior to the accident,
Reddish called Tew and left a
message on 'her answering
machine. Tew returned the


call. Reddish invited her to
lunch, saying she had some
good news to tell Tew.
"I asked her for a hint," Tew
said. "She wouldn't give me
one. I'll never know for sure
what her good news was. I just
know that I'd give anything for
one more lunch date or
shopping trip with her, or even
one more meeting because
each time I was with her,
either personally or
professionally, I learned from
her because she had so many
gifts."
Tew said Reddish had five
gifts: she was able to choose
one sentence to say to
someone that would make that
person feel as if he or she was
the most important person on
the planet; she could utter a
phrase to someone that would
change a person's
circumstance, day or life for
the better; she lived by
example; she was able to put
things in perspective; and she
was able to make a positive
difference in people's lives.
Carlton Faulk, the
superintendent of schools in
Union County, worked with
Reddish when he was principal
at Bradford High School and
she was assistant principal. He
spoke of Reddish's traits,
which matched those gifts
mentioned by Tew. Faulk said
Reddish made a person feel
important when she talked to
him or her, while also
possessing a knack of finding a
way to make positive things
happen for students and staff.
"To know Becky was to be
enriched and made better by
her," Faulk said. "She truly
was a people person."
Reddish was professional
at all times, but was caring in
her interaction with students,
Faulk said. She was fair and
consistent, hei said, aid made
his job easier.
"I never had to second guess
any decision she made," Faulk
said. "That was a comfort to
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" SPD tasked
with school
audit report
investigation
The report of an independent
auditor charging
misappropriation of funds at
Starke Elementary School has
been made available to the
Starke Police Department.
The findings indicate written
evidence of missing funds of
approximately $5,100 from
the school's bookkeeping
department.
The district became involved
when vendors called to say
they had not received
payments, according to
Superintendent Harry
Hatcher. All internal accounts
throughout the district are
examined at the end of a fiscal
year, and that includes groups
like the PTOs, Hatcher said.
The independent audit
includes the fiscal year and
the time period in question
from July 1-Sept. 25, 2008.
A criminal investigation will
be conducted by SPD.

Two crashes
on Saturday
on U.S. 301
A 22-year-old Maxville man
was arrested Oct. 25 after his
1999 Chevrolet rear-ended a
vehicle stopped in traffic on
U.S. 301 south of Starke.
Justin Lee Thomas was
charged with reckless driving
with property damage,
according to Starke Patrolman
Shawn Brown. Thomas was
seen swerving in and out of
traffic prior to the crash near
the Commercial Circle
intersection at 10:47 a.m.,
Patrolman Brown said.
Estimated damage was
$2,000.
Thomas was released from
custody when a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.
A 50-year-old Starke man
was charged with driving'
under the influence after his
vehicle struck another vehicle
.Oct.-25 on U.S. 301 at C.R.
100A.
David Bruce Harper was
arrested by Starke Patrolman
Shawn Brown. Harper's 1991
Dodge pickup was traveling
60 mph in a 35 mph zone at
2:40 p.m., Patrolman Brown
said. Harper's blood-alcohol
level was .21 percent at the
time of his arrest. Estimated
damage to the vehicles
involved was $1,000 each,
Patrolman Brown said.
Bond for the DUI charge
was set at $5,000.
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Monster trucks like "Nail It," pictured above, will be
part of a free event in Starke the weekend of Nov. 7-
8 at the Bradford County Fairgrounds.


Faith-based
group to
bring monster
trucks to BC
Monsters on a Mission will
be hosting a free monster-truck
event at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 7-8, at 7 p.m.
each night.
The event, referred to as ah
extreme faith-based
motorsports event, is designed
to encourage community unity,
provide free family
entertainment and share the
message of salvation. Gates
open at 5 p.m. Seating is
limited, but people will be
allowed to bring lawn chairs.
As a faith-based
organization, Monsters on a
Mission is looking for the
support of businesses and
churches. Joey Stathas of
Monsters on a Mission said
members of churches, for
example, can help with
counseling, registration,
parking, etc. It's a way, Stathas
said, of churches of different
denominations to work
together toward a common
goal.
If you would like to help
with this event or would like to
learn more about Monsters on
a Mission, please call Joey
Stathas or Melissa Stathas at
(352) 812-3024. You may also
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The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet Monday,
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Southside
Elementary School in Starke..
All meetings are mandatory.


Santa Fe College plans for


inaugural barbecue event


public is $3. Once inside 4he
fairgrounds, people will 'be
able to purchase Pig Bucks-
the only currency that will be
accepted at the event:
Pig Bucks and the event in
general were described to city
of Starke officials and'
supporters of Santa Fe College
at a dinner at the Starke Golf
and Country Club on Oct. 27.
The dinner included-of
course-barbecue, which was
prepared by Steve Denmark.
Schmitz, who pledged to do
everything in his power to
make the inaugural event
successful, stressed the real
key is to get the community
involved. People like
Denmark, he said, must
participate. Though the event
does have a professional
division, which could draw as
many as 10-15 teams from
outside of the area, Schmitz
said, a backyard division will
allow anyone to compete for
cash prizes, trophies and
ribbons.
The problem, Schmitz said,
is many people are intimidated
about entering such cook-offs,
fearing their barbecue is not
good enough. However, people


love eating barbecue, he said,
and there is nothing that
someone cooks that won't be
enjoyed by someone. Plus, the
Florida Bar-B-Que Association
will conduct a seminar for
backyard teams, instructing
them on how to compete in
such an event.
Kathryn Lehman, Santa Fe
College's coordinator of
cultural programs, said she
hopes the division attracts:
teams from churches, civic.
groups, law enforcement,
agencies, fire departments and
businesses. It's an opportunity,
she said, for Bradford County.,
to showcase some of its talent.
"I really believe Bradford
County has some of the best
cooks in north Florida,",
Lehman said.
People who attend the event
will have the chance, of
course, to eat barbecue.
Schmitz 'said at least four of;
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for judging only), while those.
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The college has, replaced its
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REDDISH
Continued from page 1 B

:me."
Faulk said Reddish was
placed in charge of the high
school's Golden B award,
which had lost some of its
luster over the years, by former
principal Wayne McLeod.
That award, he said, became
prominent again and sought
after by students because of
Reddish's efforts.
"Becky saw the need to give
this award new life, and she
did it," Faulk said.
Faulk counted it a blessing
to have had Reddish as his
assistant principal while at
Bradford High School.
Another principal in the
county, Brooker Elementary
School's Lynn Melvin, said
she was blessed to have had
Reddish as a part, of her life, as
well. She said Reddish came
into her life for a reason, a
season and a lifetime.
"Becky was truly put into
my life for a reason when I
first became a school
principal," Melvin said. "You
see, when you become a
school principal, they don't
give you a manual. Becky was
my manual and, most of all,
my mentor. I could call her
anytime, and she always had
the time to listen and help me
with any problem that I had."
Melvin said Reddish entered
her life for a season when
Reddish became the district's
director of curriculum. It was a
time, Melvin said, to share,
grow and learn. Reddish
shared her love of education
and passion for learning, while
her leadership qualities helped
Melvin grow as an
administrator. Melvin said
Reddish still inspires her to


Dana Blankenship (seated) looks on as Chad
Farnsworth speaks during an emotional tribute to
Blankenship's late mother, Becky Reddish.


this day.
"Through her walk, talk and
actions, she exhibited in every
sense the true meaning of
professionalism," Melvin said.
Reddish entered her life for
a lifetime when she became a
true friend, Melvin said.
Reddish, she said, was
supportive, loyal, honest and
loving.
Melvin said she still finds
herself wanting to pick up the
phone and call Reddish for
advice.
"I then reflect on her actions
and words of encouragement,"
Melvin said. "It is then that I
know that she was a lifetime
friend, having taught me
lifetime lessons and using what


I have learned in all other
relationships and areas of my
life."
Paula Barton, the
superintendent of schools in
Baker County, got to know
Reddish on a professional
level, but her relationship with
Reddish was more than that.
When they first met each other
in 1989-Reddish was
working in adult and
community education, while
Barton was the community
education coordinator for the
Baker County school district-
Barton said their "hearts
locked and we became instant
friends." Barton said she and
Reddish both looked forward
to seeing each other at the


annual Northeast Florida
Educational Consortium
meetings..
"It was like a family reunion
where we could really spend
quality time outside of the
demanding meetings to catch
up, especially on a personal
level," Barton said.
Barton had always heard
people speak so highly of
Reddish, but she said she was
amazed when she went to
Reddish's visitation to find so
many people lined up outside
the church waiting to pay their
respects to the family. While
she was waiting in line, Barton
was able to listen to other
people's memories of Reddish.
"I heard one precious.story
from a young lady regarding
'Ms. Becky,' as she called
her," Barton said. "That story
spoke volumes of the person
and educator Becky was. The
young lady's words went like
this: 'If it hadn't been for Ms.
Becky giving me more than
one chance and genuinely
loving me the way she did, I
would have never graduated
from Bradford County High
School.' What a tribute to Ms.
Becky."
If it had not been for
Reddish, another young person
may not be teaching in the
Bradford school system right
now. Chad Farnsworth, who
grew up in Bradford County, is
a teacher at Bradford Middle
School. He said Reddish
inspired him to further his
education so that he could help
children in Bradford County.
In fact, Farnsworth said there
are not enough words to
describe how much Reddish
impacted not only his life, but
the lives of everyone she came
in contact with.
Reddish hired Farnsworth as
a teacher at Bradford Middle
School and became his mentor.


Farnsworth said she did
everything by the book, but
she was also able to use
compassion while still
maintaining a sense of
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thank Reddish for all she did to
help him, but Reddish was not
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not remember Becky, but the
meaning and importance will
remain the same," Roberts
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that Becky would ever want."


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Dear Editor:
My name is Rick Welch. I
am one of the five Mighty
Mites coaches who help coach
Joe Gordon. Let me begin by
saying that there are indeed
three coaches who have sons
who play on this team, myself
included.
It is discrediting, to say the
least, to these young men to
say they get the opportunity to
play more because we are the
coaches. The fact is that they
play more because they do
attend practice and work their
hardest and have earned every
minute of playing time that
they get. To me, being a coach
means looking out for every
child on my team as if they
were my own and I believe
that anyone who knows me
knows this to be true.
Mrs. Garlo's son, Matthew,
was a pleasure to work with,
however, he was very
apprehensive of contact with
the other players which could
easily have gotten him hurt. He
played a minimum amount of
plays for the interest of his
protection only. Myself and all
the other coaches thought he
had gotten all of his plays, but
as Mr. Britt had stated in his
letter; it is debatable. As for
coach Joe Gprdon, any child
who has had' the privilege of


playing for this man is better works as a mental health
off for it. As for Mrs. Garlo's professional. What help can
letter about taking her child she give mental patients when
somewhere else to play, if your she needs mental help herself?
child is apprehensive about Let's not hate these people
contact sports, then perhaps with this kind of lifestyle, just
flag football is the best pray for them to change. I
decision. hope you will vote "yes" on
Rick Welch Amendment Two. God bless
America.


'Yes' to
Amendment 2
Dear Editor:
Recently a woman wrote in
the Gainesville Sun that
Amendment Two was "cruel
tyranny." She also stated that
she is a lesbian. She came
from a New England state that
allows same-sex marriage. She
said that she lives in Florida
but she and her mate have lost
their civil rights. I think they
have most more than that.
If this kind of lifestyle is
right, why did God create male
and female? Even the wild
animals know better than this.
Have you ever seen two
animals of the same sex
making love to each other? If
people would observe nature
more they would know what
God intended for us to abide
by. In the Bible, in Leviticus
the 18th chapter and the 22nd
verse, it says "raankind shalt
not lie with. mankind as
womankind." The Bible says
it's an abomination. This same
woman who is mentioned
above lives in Gainesville and


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Vote 'yes' on
Amendment 2
Dear Editor:
Contrary to the ads that have
been aired against Amendment
2, this amendment makes no
changes in the present law. It
will just make the law a part of
the Florida State Constitution.
We must make this move to
keep the activist judges from
changing the laws, as they
have done in many other
states. Their job is not to
change the laws, nor make the
laws.
There, is a law today in
Florida that says neither two
men, nor two women can live
together and call it marriage.
On Nov. 5, the law will say
the same thing. Marriage
is between one man and one
woman only.
As far as hospital visitation
is concerned, where there is an.
issue, one has to be designated
by the patient in order to get
information about the patient.


My mother was just in the
hospital two weeks ago, and
the nurses or doctor would not
tell me anything about her
condition, because my sister
was the designated person to
receive that information. I was
not the designated person.
Amendment 2 will:
Define marriage as the
union of one man and one
woman.
Allow the people of
Florida and not activist judges
to decide how marriage is
defined.
Not take away any existing
rights or benefits from anyone.
Protect children
Give children the best
chance for both a mom and a
dad.
Vote "yes" on Amendment


personnel. I am proud to
remind the citizens of Starke,
Bradford County, and the
surrounding area of the events
scheduled for this important
day.
American Legion Post 56 in
Starke will host several events
on Veterans Day, beginning
with the annual breakfast from
7:30-9 a.m. at the American
Legion Post Home on Edwards
Road (across from the National
Guard Armory). All veterans
and their family members in
this area are welcome.
Annual ceremonies will be
held at the Charles J. Schaefer,
Sr. Veterans Memorial Park on
East Call Street (near Shands
Starke) beginning at 10 a.m.


The entire community is:
cordially invited to attend.
Veterans of Bradford ..
County continue to be proud of.'
the many expressions of
patriotism, and the support for:
our nation and its many'
heroes-both civilian and.
military.
Please remember that the
purpose of this day is not just
another holiday but,
specifically to honor military,:
service members and veterans
of our community, state and ;
nation.
Thank you for the continued'
support of all of our veterans,'-"
and their families.
Bill Cloud, Commander '.:,
American Legion Post 56,,


Laura Finley


Honor our vets
on Veterans
Day Nov. 11
Dear Editor:
Veterans Day for 2008 will
be Tuesday, Nov. 11. The
celebration of this special date
will be conducted by local
veterans and supporters in
Starke and Bradford County
and the public is invited.
To ensure our country
remains free and that citizens
retain their rights-particularly
the right to decide how we are
governed, countless veterans
have served at home and
abroad to secure and preserve
these rights. If you are a
registered voter in Bradford
County, please remember to
cast your vote on or before
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It is important that we
celebrate and honor all of our
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Cecil Adkins
LAKE BUTL'ER-Cecil Adkins,
80. of I.ake Butler died Sunday,
Oct. 26. 2008 at his home
following a brief illness.
S Born' in iluntington. W.Va., Mr.
Adkins lived in Lake Butler since
1971. He \was a retired master
serceantl with the U.S. Marines
where he served in World War II,
the Korean Conflict and the Viet
Nam War. lie also retired from the
Department of correctionss Lake
Hutler and was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Adkins \as preceded in death
bh\' his wile,. D)iana Adkins.
Survivors include three
daughters Cassie Johnson of Lake
Butler, Martha Reed of Raiford
and Sandra Crews of Lawtey; two
brothers. Harry L. Adkins of
Panama City and .James Adkins of
. # Ia fi\e grandchildren and six
gre ~l lddlildren.
Funeral services will be at a
later date. Arrangements are under
the care of Archet Funeral Home
of Lake Butler. \


Loretta Baretela


Loretta
Baretela
STARKE-Loretta Mae Schrock
Baretela, 86, died at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home Sunday,
Oct. 26, 2008.
`Born in Connellsville, Pa., Mrs.
Baretela lived in Florida most of
her life in both the Gainesville and
Starke areas. She was of the
Catholic faith and a horfiemaker.
Mrs. Baretela was preceded in
death by her husband of 36 years,
Peter Baretela and a
gonddaughter.
:Survivors include her six
children; two sons, John Baretela
ofStarke and Dennis Baretela of
Horseshoe, N.C.; four daughters,
Donna Dignam of Heath, Texas,
Debbie Waters of Gainesville,
Ioretta (Lori) Thomas of Raiford
and Patricia Roddenberry of
Keystone Heights; 15
grandchildren and < ,16 great-
grandchildren. .,
Funeral services will be held,
Thursday, Oct. 30, at 2:30 p.m. at
Williams-Thomas Downtown
Chapel, 404 North Main Street,
Gainesville. Burial will be in
Evergreen Cemetery, Gainesville.
In lieu of flowers, the family is
requesting donations are made to
the Alzheimer's Association, 988
Woodcock Road, Suite 200,
Orlando, FL 32803. Williams-
Thomas Downtown Chapel.


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Kathleen Kuntz
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Kathleen Joan Kuntz of Keystone
Heights passed away peacefully
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008,
surrounded by her family and
pastor. She suffered through a
long illness for many years.
Mrs. Kuntz was--preceded in
death by her mother Laurene M.
Kirkpatrick and her father
Teleford J. Kirkpatrick, both of
West Catasaqua, Pa. She was born
in Allentown, Pa. and resided in
West Catasaqua until meeting her
husband, raising their family in
Allentown.
Mrs. Kuntz was employed as a
nurses assistant at Sacred Heart
Hospital and Allentown General
Hospital for over 30 years, where
she was well respected and well
loved for her caring and 16ving
approach toward patients and
families. After winning the
distinguished Florence
Nightingale Award, "Kitten", as
she was known to her co-workers,
retired in December 1995 and
moved to Keystone Heights. Her
passions- in life were her family,
the ocean, singing, dancing and
making people laugh. She was a
member, of Friendship Bible
Church in Keystone Heights.
Survivors include her husband,
Wilbert M. Kuntz of Keystone
Heights; daughters Lori Ann
Kurtz, wife of Richard D. Kurtz of
Winnsboro, S.C. and Colleen Joan
Reese of Keystone Heights; two
grandchildren, Matthew R. Kurtz
and Lindsay A. Kurtz of
Winnsboro. Mrs. Kuntz was a
proud great-grandmother to Dylan
P. Kurtz and Trinity L. Kurtz. She
is survived by a brother, Dale
Kirkpatrick and two sisters, Janice
Gurgick and Donna Sook and a
succession of family and friends.
A memorial service will be held
Thursday, Oct: 30, 2008, at 1 p.m.
at the Friendship Bible Church
with the Rev. Paul Coleman
officiating. Arrangements are
Sunder the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
"PAID.OBITUARYi;


Evelyn Gill
MIDDLEBURG-Evelyn Lee
Gill, 46, of Middleburg died at her
home Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008.
Born in Richmond, Ind., Mrs.
Gill moved to Middleburg in 1994
from Jacksonville. She was an
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COLQUITT COUNTY, GA.-
Lindburgh Lindy Eugene
Boatwright, 73, of Colquitt
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2008.
Born in Moultrie, Ga., Mr.
Boatwright lived most of his life
in Keystone Heights, moving back
to Moultrie in 2000. He was
preceded in death by his mother
Ethleen (Ethel) Wilkins
Boatwright; his father John
Thomas Boatwright; his brothers
John Wallace Boatwright, Charles
Vernon Boatwright and a sister,
Lonie Sanders.
Survivors include two
daughters, Marianne Palmer of
Pensacola and Elizabeth Glotfelty
of Chesterfield, Va. and a son, Lin
Boatwright of Chicago, Ill. and
four grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
Friday. Oct. 31, at The Paulk
Funeral Home, Fitzgerald, Ga. In
lieu of flower, memorials may be
made to The Colquitt County High
School Athletic Department, 1800
Park Ave., Moultrie, Ga. 31768.


Georgella Miller
NEW YORK-Georgella
Mcl)Donald Miller, 87, of
Rochester, N.Y. died Sunday, Oct.
26, 2008. following an extended
illness.
Born in Raiford, Mrs. Miller
moved to New York from Raiford
in 2005. She was a member of
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford. and employed
by The Green Thumb as a
transporter of Lake Butler and a
community leader of Raiford and
Starke. She was preceded in death
by her husband, James Miller Sr.
Survivors include three sons,
Charlie Crosby of Lake Butler,
Nathaniel Frazier and James
Miller Jr. of Raiford; two
daughters Margaret Hall of Starke
and Gloria Heard of Rochester;
granddaughter Emma Dean of
Starke; a sister Florine Copeland
of Raiford; a brother Henry
McDonald of Raiford; 30
grandchildren, 67 great-
grandchildren and 24 greal-great-
grandJLhiltreng. Sheii, survive4hby
a special, devoted friend, Lillie
Mae Reeves of Raiford.
Funeral services will be held at
I p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, in
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford with Pastor
George Lott presiding. The Rev.
Henry Ortiz is eulogist. Burial will
be in Five Sapline Cemetery of
Raiford under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home of Starke.'


Visitation will be held at Haile
Funeral Home, Oct. 31, 2008;
family hour is from 4-5 p.m.;
friends from 5-8 p.m. Visitation
will also be one hour prior to
services, 12 p.m., Saturday, Nov.
1.


Wayne Morton
LAKE BUTLER-Wayne David
Morton, 62, of Lake Butler died
suddenly Monday, Oct. 27, 2008
at his home.
Born in Green Cove Springs,
Mr. Morton lived in Lake Butler
for the past nine years. He served
in the U.S. Navy for 21 years; was
a member of the VFW and
American Legion. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Espy Morton and Irene Sweat
Morton.
Survivors include his wife of 22
years Kristine M. Morton; a
daughter Leslie Snyder of Lake
Butler; four sons Jim Cook of
Jacksonville, Jon Cook and Jeffery
Cook and Seth Daughtry, all. of
Lake Butler; a brother Harry
Morton of Green Cove Springs;
two sisters Theda Williams of
Georgia and Donna Frasier of
Texas; and 10 grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Friday, Oct. 31, at II a.m. in the
Church of Christ of Lake Butler
with Bro. Scott Fisher officiating.
Burial will be at a later date.
Family will receive friends after
the services at the church Friday
morning. Arrangements under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Arlene Murray
STARKE-Arlene Vivian
Murray, 74, of Starke died Friday,
Oct. 24, 2008 at Haven Hospice
E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born in Leroy, N.Y., Mrs.
Murray moved to Starke in 1980
from Dade City where she was a
housewife. Mrs. Murray was
preceded in death by her husband,
Carl E. Murray and a son, Carl E.
Murray Jr.
Survivors include a daughter,
Edith Manning of Keystone

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Vernon Crosby
STARKE-Raleigh Vernon
Crosby, 79, of Starke died
Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008 at his.
home.
Mr. Crosby was retired from the
Florida Department of Corrections
and the Florida National Guard.
He is preceded in death by his
parents Effie and Ruby Raleigh
Crosby; a sister Haven Crosby
(Bateman) and a brother, Gerald
Crosby.
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Yarbarough of Jacksonville; his
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crime. I have worked my entire career serving the citizens of Bradford County and /
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have established a trust with the citizens in the community. This was
through community involvement and the implementation of such programs as
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Victim Advocate Program and many others. I am a member of many community
service organizations such as Rotary (Past President), Peaceful Paths Domestic
Violence Network (Past President), Starke Recreation Baseball Coach, YMCA
Founding Board Member, Community Traffic Safety Team, Faith Based Community
Center, to name a few. This commitment to work together and share resources for all
of Bradford County is a clear demonstration of my proven leadership.


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addressing the budget
shortfalls that will affect
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the citizens of this
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the size of Starke.

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The citizens of Bradford County have spent twenty-two
f .. years getting to know me and my family. Your tax dollars
have been well spent on my training and education. No other
candidate in the race for sheriff has more training and
educational experience than Gordon Smith. This has been at
the direct benefit of the Bradford County tax payer.
Gordon Smith has served his community, and is the only
candidate for sheriff with a proven track record of crime
reduction, solving crime, accountability, and fiscal restraint.
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tax dollars on fancy slogans, hopes or promises...You have a
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Robert Garvey
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Robert E. Garvey, 85, died
suddenly Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008 at
the VA Hospital in Gainesville.
Born in 1923, Mr. Garvey
served in World War II, received
the Bronze Star for heroic
achievement at Mount Mataba,
Luzon, Phillipine Islands; received
the Asiatic-Pacific Theater Ribbon
with two bronze stars; Good
Conduct Medal and the World
War II Victory Medal. He was a
member of the VFW Post 4360
and AmVets Post 86. Mr. Garvey
moved to Keystone Heights from
Lake Worth in 2000.
Survivors include a son, Scott
Garvey and a daughter, Karen
Fairbanks; a' brother Tom
Schanrock; two stepsons, Doug
and Gary Vidra; and four
grandchildren.
A celebration of. Mr. Garvey's
life will be held Saturday, Nov. 1,
at the Faith Presbyterian Church
2738 SE State Rd. 21, Melrose, at
2 p.m. Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


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OBITUARIES


Patricia
Edenfield
LAKE BUTLER-Patricia Ann
Thomas Edenfield, 46, of Lake
Butler died Friday, Oct. 24, 2008
at her the home of her mother
following an extended illness.
Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs.
Edenfield lived most of her life in
Lake Butler. She was a graduate
of Union County High School; a
CNA, working *at North East
Florida State Hospital and in
home care. She was a member of
the Body of Christ Assembly
Church and a teacher with the
Children's Church in Lake Butler.
Mrs. Edenfield was preceded in
death by her father, Eddie
Thomas.
Survivors include a daughter,
Christina Sirmones and a son,
Christopher Edenfield, both of
Lake Butler; her mother, Doris
Thomas and her grandmother
Gladys Sirmones both of Lake
Butler; a brother Lynn Thomas of
Lake Butler and three sisters,
Shonda Johnson and Demetrise
Thomas, both of Lake Butler, and
Hope Sneed of Gainesville.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m. in the
Union County High School
Auditorium. Elder Jocob D. James
and Elder Abraham Perry Sr. will
officiate. Burial will be in Ft. Call
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
There will be no visitation at the
funeral home. Family is gathering
at the home of Doris Thomas. The
procession to. the auditorium will
begin at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

Henry Starling
JACKSONVILLE-Henry Lee
Starling III of Jacksonville died
Friday, Oct. 24, 2008.
Mr. Starling was the son of
Henry Lee Starling Sr. and Irene
Melvin Starling. He loved to fish.
hunt and was a mechanic. Mr.
Starling was preceded in death by
his mother Irene Melvin Starling
Sand a brother, Billy Starling.
Survivors include his wife of 25
years Elaine Peeples Starling;
three sons, Robert A. Key Jr.,
Henry Lee Starling IV and
Benjamin Daniel Starling, all of
Jacksonville; his father, Henry Lee
Starling Jr. and step-mother Ellen
Starling.
Graveside funeral services, were
held Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Long
Branch Cemetery with the Rev.
Donald Tate and the Rev. Bill
McLeod officiating. Arrangements
were under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services.

Louis Karalby
MELROSE--Louis Stephen
Karably Sr. of Melrose, loving
husband, father, grandfather and
friend, passed away peacefully
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2008 at Haven
Hospice in Gainesville.
Mr. Karalby was retired after a
career of distinguished service for
the U.S. Air Force, retiring as a Lt.
Col. and the Central Intelligence
Agency. He was an amateur
Golden Gloves boxing champion
in Cleveland, Ohio, and graduated
from the University of Idaho
where he also boxed. He attended
the Army Language School in
Monterey, Calif. and earned a
masters degree from Boston
University.
Mr. Karalby traveled the world
extensively in the service of his
country and played important
roles in operations that were
essential to the U.S. victories in
the Pacific (CBI) theatre (WWII)
and the Cold War. In retirement,
he enjoyed spending time with his
wife, children, grandchildren and
dogs at their home in Melrose. He


was a supporter of many charities
and also assisted in the formation
of the Melrose Water Association.
He was predeceased by his infant
brother, Julius; a newborn son
Stephen; his father Aloysius; his
mother Theresa; a sister Elizabeth
and a daughter, Theresa "Tess"
Giolnma.
Survivors include his wife,
Rachel and his children Louis, Jr.
(Karen), Deborah (William),
David (Jeanne), Kenneth
(Wendy), and a son-in-law Paul
Giolma; eight grandchildren,
Kristen, Benjamin, Matthew,
Joseph, Hannah, Sawyer, Kyle and
Bridget; and two great-
grandchildren Evelyn "Ellie" and
Marcus.
A special thanks goes out from
the family to the caregivers from
Oak Hammock and Comfort
Keepers, the staff of Haven
Hospice and Dr. David Black.
A private memorial service will
be held by the family. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to Haven Hospice, 4200 NW 90"'
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.
Arrangements were under the care
of Moring Funeral Home,
Melrose.
PAID OBITUARY


A memorial to
our native son
Seeber Troy Fowler was
born in Lake Butler on April 2,
1923, and passed away on
Sept. 27, 2008, at his home in
Salt Springs.
As a child, Seeber showed a
keen and inventive mind by.
making his own camera and
building a dark room. He also
invented games and toys such
as "The Slide Wire," "The
Holy Hose," and the modem
abacus game "Play N' Learn,"
making learning arithmetic
simple and fun.
Seeber traveled around the
world where he met many
prominent people such as
Franklin D. Roosevelt while
riding on his plane near the
North Pole. During his visit to
India, He was fascinated by its
architectural marvels and
culture.
After World War,II, Seeber
returned to Lake Butler where
he opened a photography
studio. However, the peace and
tranquil beauty of Salt Springs
inspired his move there when
his talents expanded and grew.
His paintings, photographs and
etchings of historical building
and homes and natures scenes
are treasures of local
individual and museums.
During the Bi-Centennial of
1976, Seeber assisted the Lake
Butler Woman's Club in
publishing "People and Places
of Union County," containing
more than 600 photographs.
Later, he assisted the Union
County Historical Society in
transferring these photographs
to a CD. These CD's are now
available to the public at the
museum. More recently,
Seeber wrote the book, "My
First 83 Years," recalling his
interesting and amusing life
experiences.
Members of the First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler are
indebted to his talents in
restoring a cenrtury-old
painting that now hangs in its
Family Life Center.
As Seeber's health
deteriorated, it saddened his
many local and world-wide
friends who will always
remember his cheerful
personality and genuine
friendship. May he rest in
peace among his family who
preceded him and lastly,
receive his just reward.
Fowler was preceded in his
death by his parents Henry L.
and Aura King Fowler, his
brothers Harold and Henry Jr.
and his sisters Vivian, Nettle
Mae and Alva. He is survived
by several nieces and nephews.
Friends of Seeber Fowler
PAID MEMORIAL


Indians win


regular-season


finale against BHS


Kaylann Allen and Kasey Eaves received the
annual scholarships from United Methodist
Women for 2008. Kaylann of Starke is a student at
Santa Fe College. Kasey of Lawtey is a student at
the University of Florida.


UMW sets

annual

bazaar
Members of United
Methodist Women of Starke
First Church are making
plans for the annual fall
bazaar. The event will be
held on Thursday, Nov. 20,
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the
fellowship hall. Crafts,
decorations, homemade
goodies, canned jelly and
jams, knives and stained
glass ornaments will all be
available.
The members are
participating in a fund raiser
during October. Wrapping
paper and candy may be
ordered during the month.
The members began the
summer activities with UMW
Sunday in June. A former
missionary shared
experiences of her work
during the morning worship..
President Eugenia Whitehead'
presented the highlights of
membership and mission
projects and announced the
2008 scholarship winners,
Kaylann Allen and Kasey
Eaves.
The annual salad supper
was themed, "Souper, soapy,
salad supper," and was
enjoyed by approximately 35
members. Always in mission,
the members collected $500
for the Women's Resource
Center, 100 bars of soap and
liquid soap for Chapter_ and a
200 pounds of soup/food for
the food pantry. A brief
business meeting was


conducted before prizes were
awarded for games played
involving soup, soap operas,
etc.
In September, the mission
sampler of the North East
District of UMW was
attended by Laurie Mullins,
Oleeta Hardenbrook, Debra
Grady and Whitehead, who
was a facilitator.
The annual district meeting
in Fernandina on Oct. 4 was
attended by' Whitehead,
Andrea Waterhouse and
Carolyn Eaves. Waterhouse
was installed as nominations
chairman for the district.
During the business meeting
the Starke unit was
recognized as a Five-Star unit
and a Rainbow Giver, and
certificates were presented to
the nine members who
completed the Reading
SProgram.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It seemed possible that host
Bradford could end a tough
regular season on a positive
note after its play early in the
match, but Keystone Heights
won three straight games en
route to a 3-1 (21-25, 25-20,
25-19, 25-14) win over the
Tornadoes on Oct. 23 in
Starke.
Keystone (17-8 prior to Oct.
28) dropped the first game of
the match, then pulled out a
close second game-25-20-
after scoring five straight
points with Katie Easton
serving. The third game started
out as a back-and-forth affair
as neither team could score
consecutive points until the
Indians' Katie McCollum held
serve with her team leading 9-
8. Keystone then scored six
straight points, getting a kill
from Easton and blocks from
Easton and Morgan Maxwell.
The Indians were able to
maintain a lead the rest of the
way in the 25-19 win.
The fourth game, again, was
a close affair early, but the
Indians turned an 8-6 lead into
one of 18-6 after scoring 10
straight points with Maranda
Gibbs serving.. The run
included two tips by Catie
Taylor that fell for points and a
kill by Maxwell. Keystone
would go on to win the game
25-14.
The win sent the Indians into
the District 6-3A tournament


Katie McCollum serves
for Keystone.

having won eight of their last
10 matches. (The Indians
played Crescent City in a
semifinal game on Oct. 28.)
Bradford, meanwhile, won just
one game this season, which
ended when the Tornadoes lost
3-0 (25-11, 25-12, 25-11) to
Santa Fe in the District 3-4A
tournament on Oct. 27. Still,
the Tornadoes, after
recognizing their seniors-the
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CRIME


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
:were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford. Clay (Keystone
Icleights area) or Union
County:
Jerone Parks Jr., 24, and
Rickey Gaincy Jr., 21, both of
/- ^ t rke, were arrested Oct. 26
NS 1arke Patrolman Shawn
Brown. ,\arks was charged
with assault after he
threatened Gainey with
violence. Gain y was charged
with battery afte e bit Parks
on the chest, patrolman
Brown said.
David Carlton Ginn, 42, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 by Clay
Deputy P.M. Reid \for
Aggravated assatilt,
aggravated battery an~d
shooting missiles into ai''
occupied dwelling. Ginn was
charged with firing a pellet
gun at the victim's home and
at the victim, striking her in
the lower leg. Ginn also fired
in the direction of the deputy.
The victim refused medical
treatment, Deputy Reid said.
Larry Edwin Robinson, 48,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct.
26 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.W. Starling for aggravated
assault domestic. Robinson
was charged with threatening
to strike the victim with a
claw hammer.


Sunday Ann Anderson, 30,
of Florahome was arrested
Oct. 21 by Starke Sgt. Matt
Watson for six counts
possession controlled
substance. During a traffic
stop and search of Anderson,
who was a passenger in the
vehicle, the officer found
three pill bottles containing
multiple drugs, including
Xanax and Oxycontin, Sgt.
Watson said. Bond on the
charges was set at $25,000.
Monica Denise Thomas, 21,
of Hampton was arrested Oct.
25 by Hampton Chief John
Hodges for possession of a
controlled substance.
Thomas' vehicle was stopped
for speeding on C.R. 221. Her "
mannerisms indicated alcohol
or drug use, Chief Hodges
said. During a search of the
vehicle, a pill bottle
containing an Adavan pill was
found. Thomas does not have
a prescription for the schedule
four controlled substance,
Chief Hodges said. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jerry Robert Purser, 61, of
Clearwater was arrested Oct.
21 by Hampton Patrolman S.
:Donaldson for possession of
cannabis. Purser's vehicle was
traffic stopped on U.S. 301
for switching lanes, which
almost resulted in several
crashes, Patrolman Donaldson
said. Four pieces of marijuana
were found on the seat of the
pickup truck. Purser was also
charged with traffic citations:
no seatbelt, careless driving,
improper passing and busted
windshield. Bond was set at
$1,000. Purser was released
on his own recognizance.


Cheryl Lynne Birk, 45, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 21
by Lawtey Patrolman Kelly
M. Brown for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence. Birk
was seen lying on the
shoulder of the road with her
legs in the roadway of
Truman Avenue. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and her speech was
slurred, Patrolman Browni
said. Birk tried to pull away
as the officer applied
handcuffs, Patrolman Brown
said. Surety bonds totaling
$2,000 were posted for her
release from custody.
Cheryl Diane Willingham,
42, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 24 by Starke Patrolman
Brad Smith for retail petit
theft. Willingham was
charged with removing two
comforters from Wal-Mart
without paying for them.
Value of the merchandise was
$186.53. The merchandise
was recovered, Patrolman
Smith said. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Lonnie James Douglas, 47,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 23 by Starke Patrolman
James M. Stutler for retail
theft. Douglas was charged
with leaving Island Food
Store without paying for a can
of beer that was in his front
pocket, Patrolman Stutler
said. Bond was set at $1,000.
Richard Walters, 33, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 for failure of
sexual offender to update
address on license within 48
hours. Walters was registered
as living in Gainesville.


Keith Jennings, 43, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 22 for contempt
of court failure to pay child
support.
Douglas Wilkins, 45, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 24 by Clay
Deputy Matthew E. Marvel
on a warrant for lewd and
lascivious behavior. The
warrant arrest violated his
parole from Lee -County, 21
years for second-degree
murder. Wilkins was charged
Oct. 27 with the violation.
Phillip Karlton Czarowitz,
35, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 20 by Bradford Deputy
R.E. Pollard for violation of
probation on a charge of
possession of cannabis. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Herbert Sweat, 49, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court child
support.
Laura Beth Moore, 22, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 20 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for failure to appear on a
charge of possession of
cannabis. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Anthony Randall Arnett, 26,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 26
by probation officers for
violation of sex offender
probation for lewd lascivious
battery. Arnett violated his
curfew, a condition of his
*probation. He is considered to
be a violent felony offender.
Charles C. Thompson, 28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Keith
McInnis for violation of
probation burglary of
conveyance with no bond.
Katherine Elizabeth
Hayeswalz, 38, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 24 by Starke
Patrolman David Schlofman
on a warrant from Broward
County for grand theft.
Hayeswalz was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted.


Jamie Cook, 27, of Keystone
lights was arrested Oct. 25
by Clay deputies for failure to
appear on a charge of child
neglect from Alachua County.
Gregory Brooks Davies, 40,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 25 for violation
of probation with no bond.
Bobbi Lynn White, 19, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 26 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation petit theft with no
bond.

Traffic
Susan Semoneit Green, 43,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 25 by Patrolman
Schlofman for driving under
the influence (DUI). Green's
blood-alcohol level was .20
percent when her vehicle was
stopped on U.S. 301 just after
midnight, Patrolman
Schlofman said. Bond was set
at $2,000.
Abigail Rudine Rowe, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
25 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper K.M. Boatright for
driving while license
suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Rowe was found as
the driver at fault in a traffic
crash on S.R. 100 at Southeast
205"' Avenue. Rowe's license
has six suspensions on it.
Rowe failed to observe an
approaching vehicle driven by
Brandi Weitman as Rowe
attempted a left turn. The
vehicles collided. Weitman
was transported to Shands
University for observation.
Damages wee estimated at
$17,000. A $500 surety bond
was posted for Rowe's release
from custody.
Jennifer Janna Robinson, 25,
of Cape Coral was arrested
Oct. 20 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.P. Gillick for DWLS with
knowledge. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
John Eric Bridgeman, 28, of
Ocala was arrested Oct. 21 by
Hampton patrolmen for


DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release.
Kelvin Bolton, 42, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct.
26 by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for no valid
driver's license (NVDL).
Bolton has never been issued
a license, Sgt. McKenzie said.
Bolton was released from
custody after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
William Todd, 52, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 21 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation DUI.
William Rodgers, 30, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 26 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
failure to appear DWLS.

Lake Butler
man arrested
in Gainesville
A Lake Butler man was
arrested Oct. 27 in
Gainesville, allegedly using a
gun while robbing a food
delivery person.
Damian Bradley Beamus,
18, was charged with robbery
with a firearm for the Sunday
night incident.
According to Gainesville
Police Officer Michael
Schentrup, a delivery person
was making a delivery at The
Oaks apartments at 7:25 p.m.
Sunday. The deliveryman told
police he was robbed at
gunpoint by a man wearing a
brown hooded sweatshirt.
The robber allegedly took
about $60 in cash and the
food the man was preparing to
deliver.
Beamus admitted to robbing
the deliveryman and said he
had used a large black pellet
gun to commit the robbery.
The gun was reportedly found
in the apartment, where the
witnesses said Beamus had
been visiting them before and
after the robbery.
Bond for Beamus was set at
$100,000. He was being held
at the Alachua County.Jail.


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The children, grandchildren and great-
grandchildren would like to announce the
celebration of Jack and Georgette Cunningham's
60 years of wedded bliss and 90 years of life on
November 1, 2008. Jack and Georgette are
residents of Park of the Palms in Keystone
Heights.




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announce the birth of a son,
Harrison Ken Schirrmacher,
born Sept. 24, 2008 in
Gainesville. He weighed 8
pounds 3 ounces and was 20
inches in length. He joins a
sister, Scarlet Rose
Schirrmacher.
Maternal grandparents are
Brian and Deborah Smith of
Keystone Heights and Debra
Smith of Orange, Maine.
Maternal great-grandparent is
Gloria Moore of Millbury, Ma.
Paternal grandparents are
Peri and William J.
Schirrmacher of Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Kenneth and Kathy Ford of
Hampton and Bonnie Ford of
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Maternal grandmother is
Nancy Reid of Anthony.
Paternal grandparents are
Tombo and Ingrid Smith of
Starke.

Correction
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were inadvertently left out in
the following announcement.
We apologize for any-
inconvenience this may have
caused.
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Terry and Pam Harsch of
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Get-together
set for Friday
To all Bradford High
graduates of the 1970s and
staff and faculty of the '70s,
there will be a get-together at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club immediately following
the football game Friday night.
Come dance to your favorite
70s tunes. Cost is $5 at the
door and a cash bar will be
available. Contact Christie
Torode at
bhstorode(@ivahoo.com for
more information.

Lawtey school
reunion set
Anyone who has attended
Lawtey school (Lawtey Junior
High, Lawtey Elementary,
Lawtey Community School),
their families and friends are
invited to 'a reunion set for
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, at 6
p.m.
A covered dish supper
(bread and beverage provided)


will be held at the Starke Golf
& Country Club, 15501 N.E.
14th Ave., Starke.
For additional information,
please call 904-782-3690 or
904-782-3674.

Woman's Club
to sponsor
food drive
The Starke Woman's Club
will sponsor a Food Pantry
food raiser Saturday, Nov. 8, at
6 p.m. at the clubhouse.
Bring five food items for the
Food Pantry and enjoy some
great entertainment. Musical
participants include Ginny and
Megan Starnes, Charlee
Munford, the Martin girls,
Jessie Mae Berry group and
Joyful Noise Makers, pl '.'. "
others.

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Tyres celebrate 50th wedding
anniversary with family


Hubeart and Ruth A. -Tyre
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary with a gathering of
family and friends at their
home recently.
The Tyres were married Oct.
22, 1958, in Glen Bumie, Md.


Lawtey fall
festival set
The annual Lawtey
Community School Fall
Festival will take place
Saturday, Nov. 15, from 4-9
p.m. at the school campus.
This year's theme for the
annual festival- is Pirate and
Princess. All church leaders,
businesses, and any others


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The Rotary Club of Starke donated $25,620 toward its scholarship endowment at
Santa Fe College on Oct. 1. With matching funds from the state, the club's total
endowment will exceed $100,000, allowing Rotary to fund one new scholarship
and one renewal each year. Pictured (I-r) are Rotary Club and Santa Fe College
Endowment Corporation board of directors Freeman Register III and John Miller,
Rotary president Charlene Gathright, Chuck Clemons, Santa Fe's vice president
-fdrgdevelopment, Cheryl Canova, the director of the Santa Fe College Andrews
Center^ and Mike Curry, Santa Fe's director of development services.


The Kiwanis Club of Starke donated $5,000 toward its Santa Fe College endowed
scholarship on Sept. 16. The club has donated more than $55,000 to the college
since the fund was started in 2003. The total will exceed $110,000 with matching
funds from the state. Kiwanis Club of Starke scholarships have supported eight
students since 2003. Cheryl Canova (far.left, front), the director of the Santa Fe
Andrews Center, accepts a check from Bear Bryan (far right, front), who was
president of the club at the time. Other Kiwanis members pictured (in alphabetical
order) are: Mary Carver (second vice president), Warren Carver, Brenda
Farnsworth, Steve Futch, Winnie Holland (current president), Phillip Johns, Jeff
Johnson (president elect), Grady Overstreet, Ed Rensberger, Colleen Scott-Hall,
Cliff Smelle2y Ivia Tatum~,Teyray Va han, Barry Warren (first vice president),
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The Kiwanis Club of
Starke's annual sale of slabs of
ribs will take place Saturday,
Nov. 15, at Community State
Bank in Starke.
Slabs are $16 and will be
available for pickup between
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased at Sporting
Chance, Denmark Furniture or
any member of the Kiwanis
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well. People, for a fee, also
have the opportunity lo he
judges in the people's choice
division.
The event is more than
barbecue, however. Groups
will have the opportunity to
sell other food items (the
Rotary Club of Starke, for
example, can sell its funnel
cakes as it does at other
community events), while
various forms of entertainment
will be made available. There
will be activities for children,
including a youth art contest,
which was a staple of the fall
festival.
Lehman hopes to get the
marching bands from local
schools involved as well as
other bands that have local and
regional followings. Starke's
own Steel Country, for
example, is sure to be a
participant. The River City
Band of Jacksonville will
perform its brand of Dixieland
jazz as a result of a State of
Florida Cultural Affairs grant.
Several grants will fund the
event. A requirement of
receiving a cultural affairs
grant through the state, though;
requires an event to benefit the
community in some way,
Lehman said. Therefore, the
Boots-N-BBQ event will
showcase Bradford County's
efforts to promote literacy.
Information on those programs
will be available in Building I
at the fairgrounds. Other
information on such topics as
health will be made available
as well.
Boots-N-BBQ is just one
part of Bradford Fest. A
performance of "The
Nutcracker" by Dance Alive!
on Nov. 22 at Bradford High
School officially kicks off the
event. A golf tournament at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
will be held Feb. 20, while a
concert by the Gainesville
Chamber Orchestra and
recitals and concerts in the
Santa Fe College Cultural
Center are also in the works.
Chuck Clemons, the vice
president of development at
Santa Fe College, said
Bradford Fest came about
because of the fall festival's
Il dwindling attendance. The
festival, because of the time of
year it was held, competed
against other established
festivals- 'as'KweH'-li.a"college
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A' major" e'int' "held in
February ensured that the
weather was not too hot and
did not interfere with many
people's vacations, Clemons
said.
A lot of ideas were
generated when it came to
deciding what to replace the
fall festival with, Clemons
H said, but one common theme
kept popping up-food and
music. That led to the idea of a
barbecue cook-off, which
resulted in Lehman and
Denmark researching the
possibility of hosting such an
event by traveling to other
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Iechman and Denmark met
Schmitz at such an event in
Tavares.
Schmitz said there is one
common thread among events
sanctioned by the Florida Bar-
I-Que Association: "We are
associated with events that do
something for the community."
One such event sanctioned
by the Florida B.ar-B-Que
Association is Pig on the Pond
in Clermont. The annual
March cook-off is a fundraiser
for approximately 20 non-
profit organizations, raising
approximately $70,000 each
year for scholarships and
education in the South Lake
community.
That's good news as far as
Santa Fe College is concerned.
The college is in the midst of a


Dollars for Scholars fundraiser
because many students who
qualify for scholarships
through the college have to be
turned away.
"There arc needs in Bradford
County that we don't have the
resources for," Clemons said.
The college will receive 20
percent of the money vendors
receive at the Boots-N-BBQ
event.
With community
involvement, Schmitz said
Boots-N-BBQ can be a
successful event.
"Make it a fun, family-
oriented event, then get the
word out," he said.
For more information- on
Boots-N-BBQ. or Bradford
Fest in general, call Lehman at
(352) 395-5355, or e-mail her
at Kathryn.lehman@sfcc.edu.


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Tigers shut
out Blue Wave
for first
district win
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Union's William Henderson
and Cameron Gipson each
intercepted a pass in the
second half, while Paige
capped the scoring with a 9-
yard touchdown run.
The Tigers return home this
Friday, Oct. 31, to host Dixie
County (3-5) at 7:30 p.m.


19-7 with 4:39
half. Rodney M
yard run two
scampering 18
touchdown and
The Hornets,
drive, marched
34 to Bradford'
strong running
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Even with several players Tornadoes the Tornado
excluded from play in the first toughened up
half due to disciplinary action take sting out Hornets to turn t
and a few others away at a downs.
national FFA competition, the of Hornets in Unable to
Union County football team going offensive
shut out P.K. Yonge 38-0 district win own territory,
during the Blue Wave's called on I
homecoming game on Oct. 21 BY ARNIE HARRIS Cubbedge, who
in Gainesville. Telegraph Staff Writer 60-yard punt
It was the first District 4-2B Tough defense and a strong Hornets back at
win of the season for the offensive showing featuring An attemptby
Tigers, who improved to 4-3 252 rushing yards enabled the lessen the radf
overall. P.K. Yonge, which Bradford football team to beat the half ended w
turned the ball over nine times District 3-2A opponent Yulee an interception
and fell to 2-5, is still winless 33-14 on Oct. 24 in Starke. back Charles J(
in the district. The Tornadoes (2-5, 2-3 in of the season,
One of those turnovers District 3) got a season-best The Tornadc
occurred on the first series of performance out of its their lead
the game when Bryan Holmes offensive line, according to approximately
came up with an interception. their head coach, the fourth q
A handoff to Randy Randolph "It was our most complete Tramaine Harris
resulted in a 35-yard run and game of the year," Steve Yulee pass and r
the Tigers' first touchdown of Hoad said. to paydirt.
the game. A bad snap on the Hoard said it helped the Yulee brought
PAT left the score at 6-0. team immensely that injured 26-14 after takin
Less than a minute later on players such as Jamelle Dell a recovered fum
PK's second drive of the game, were able to return to the the Hornets at I
a Blue Wave pass was thrown lineup Conner conn
directly to Ulnion's Kendall "It allowed us to go back to Peterson for 36
Wright, who returned the ball our wing-T offense with which the ball at the 9
39 yards for another score to we've had a lot of success," play, Conner hit
put Union,'?vith the two-point Hoard said. Malone for a tou
conversion, up 12-0. The Tornadoes struck' first An onside-ki
The Union defense was at it after their swarming defense the Hornets v
again as the Blue Wave made forced Yulee (3-4, 2-3) to punt when Ryan
it three. straight possessions deep from its own territory. handedly fielded
with a turnover. This time, it After a 17-yard punt return set team's own 49
was a fumble, but the Tigers Bradford up at the Yulee 23, a running of Ike
could not take advantage of the pass from quarterback Trey Gerald Gooc
opportunity, turning the ball Winkler to tight end Scott Tornadoes move
over on downs. Crews covered 22 yards and the Yulee 22. A
P.K. Yonge did manage to put the Tornadoes on the scored on a run
hold onto the ball during the Hornets' doormat at the 1. cap the scoring
ensuing series, but was forced After three attempts with goal play.
to punt the ball to the Tigers, -to goal, Bradford moved 3 Hoard was ph
who responded with their third yards in the wrong direction win occurred on
score after DJ. Paige's long before Winkler swept wide on "It was for all
run into Blue Wave territory, a quarterback keeper and the school, but
Najeeb Smith, on a foarth-and- carried the ball into the end wanted the senior
5 play, scored on a 7-yard run zone. The PAT was no good, to feel good ab
to put the Tigers up 18-0. but Bradford was ahead 6-0 Hoard said.
That was the only score of with 1:38 to play in the first Bradford will
the second quarter, though the quarter, second straight
Tigers had two interception Yulee quarterback Petty hosts winless It
returns for touchdowns Conner was intercepted on the homecoming this
nullified because of penalties, team's next series by Adrian 31, at 7:30 p.m.
P.K. Yonge's miscues Mosely, who carried -tacklers a district opponer
continued in the second half. A with him as he fought 20 yards
fumble in the third quarter led down to the Yulee 13. Carries
to Union's fourth score-a 59- by Donelle Williams and Lord, let me
yard catch-and-run by Lonnie Rodney Mosely moved the die
Gosha on a Chris Alexander Tornadoes to the 3, from WILL RC
pass. where Williams took the hand-. -. W87Lz: i
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Wave gave' ealt b5ack- p to he 'endd zone arf th'e r0o28 --ffoWWt;
Tigers. Union eventually mark of the second quarter.
scored from 2 yards out when Bradford led 12-0f after the
Justin Tyson found the end failed two-point conversion. Personally, I
zone on a double handoff. The ready to learn
Tigers made their only extra Yulee's offense came to life do not always
points after a touchdown when on the ensuing series as
the PAT was blocked but Conner connected with taugl
recovered by Jimmy Simmons, receiver Derrick Peterson for a WINSTON CI
who crossed the goal line for 71-yard pass. The Hornets 1874-1965,
two points, making the score closed Bradford's lead to 12-7. Statesman, Pril
32-0. Bradford upped its lead to **,


to play in the
osely had a 37-
plays before
yards for a
a 19-7 lead.
on their next
from their own
s I1 behind the
g of Kentral
han Knauss and
. At that point,
es' defense
and forced the
the ball over on
get anything
ly deep in their
the Tornadoes
punter Tyler
Unleashed a
that set the
their own 39.
' the Hornets to
ord lead before
'as thwarted by
by defensive
ones, his sixth
oes increased
to 26-7
a minute into
quarter when
s picked off a
raced 60 yards
t the score to
g advantage of
ble, which put
Bradford's 45.
nected with
yards,' placing
9. On the next
receiver Matt
chdown.
:k attempt by
was thwarted
DeSue sure-
the ball at his
. Behind the
e Carter and
dman, the
ed the ball to
Adrihn Mosely
from there to
with 3:55 to
eased that the
senior night.
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Bostic looking on, Bradford's Christina Stocker receives a Keystone serve.


FINALE
Continued from page 6B

whole team minus Ashley
Johnson, who was recently
moved up from the junior
varsity team-came out
against Keystone and took the
first game of the match 25-21.
The winning point came on a
service ace by Brittany Bostic.
The Tornadoes trailed 8-6 in
the second game, but took a
12-8 lead with Bostic serving.
Bostic had two aces, while
Ariel Wimpy had a kill.
Wimpy and Jennifer Smyth
also had blocks during the run.
Keystone would retake,the
lead, but could not build a
large one. The Tornadoes tied
the game at 17-all and took a
brief 20-19 lead on a service
ace by Christina Stocker. A
kill by Easton, though, forced
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Indians get

shut out by
Ribault
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Visiting Ribault !scored
touchdowns on two
consecutive possessions in the
second half en route to
handing the Keystone Heights
football team a 21-0 loss that
eliminated the Indians from
contention for second place in
District 3-2A.
Keystone (2-5) squandered
three scoring opportunities
after driving inside the Ribault
30, including a drive inside the
Ribault 10 in the first quarter.
The Indians, though, were
outgained by Ribault 316-174.
The Trojans scored two
second-half touchdowns on
runs by Taren Wilson and Paul
Maple, while Keyston w\as
held to 21 yards after gaining
61 on its opening drive of the
second half.
Ribault (5-2) is currently in
second place in the di'trict-
Bolles has wrapped u- the
district championship-\With a
4-1 record. Even if the Trpjans
lose their remaining two
district games and Key'stone
. wins its two against Yulnes and
'"-Bradford, the Indians,,/who
have a 2-3 district record, will
be leA.iutf the picture/for the
runner-up sp k.J the !district.
In such a scenario,-t4, runner-
up. spot would go to
Fernandina Beach.
The Trojans -wasted little
time getting on the scoreboard,
with receiver Javon! Bell
providing the spark. Bell
returned the opening kickoff
34 yards to the Keystone 47.
He then caught a 12-yard pass
from Malik Jackson oh the
first play from scrimmage.
Bell and Jackson hooked up
again for a 22-yard completion
on a fourth-and-3 play. That
put the Trojans at the Keystone
6, which set Wilson up for the
first of his two toucHdown
runs. Keystone found itself
down 7-0 approximately four
minutes into the game.
Keystone was aided by a
couple of Ribault penalties on
its first drive, the biggEst -of
which was a personal foul that
was committed after the
Indians were: forced to; punt.
That set Keystone up with a
first down at the Ribault 37.
From there, the I dians
promptly moved to the 11
when running, back, Marcel.
Ro"binson" MoF asslfri- pass-
from R.J. Buxton and turned it
into a 26-yard gain. Rolinson
followed that up with a 2-yard
run to the 9, but on second
down, Keystone was flagged
for pass interference.
The Indians committed.just
five penalties in the game, but
the pass interference! call
resulted in a loss of dowlis and
pushed the Indians back to the
24. They had to settle for a 41-
yard Tim Frysinger fielh-goal
attempt, which was no good
with 1:59 remaining in the first
quarter.
Keystone's Kevin Gillain
thwarted a Ribault scoring
threat when he intercepted a
pass at his own 5-yarc line
early in the second quarter.
Despite being backed up; close
to their own end zone, the
Indians put a promising drive
together. Runs by Rolbinson
and Thomas Ricketts resulted
in first downs, as did facomask
and personal-foul penalties on
Ribault. The personal-fo l call
put the Indians at the Ribault
30. Robinson had a 6-yard run
to the 24, but a holding call
backed Keystone up to thd 36.
The Ribault defense
;tiffened, stuffing Ro iinson


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for no gain on the ensuing
second-down play and then
sacking Buxton for a loss 4
yards, forcing the Indians to
punt.
Keystone received Ihe
opening kickoff to start the
second half and gained three
first downs. A 10-yard run by
Shane Jennings got the drive
off to a good start, while a 29-
yard reception by Ryan ILatner
on second-and-25 resulted in a
first down at the Ribault 41. A
13-yard run by Robinson
gained another first down at
the 22, but the drive stalled at
the 19. A 36-yard field-goal
attempt by Frysinger fell short.
That was the last serious
threat posed by the Keystone
offense, while the Trojans
scored -on their first two
possessions of the half.
Following the missed field
goal, Ribault moved
downfield, gaining first downs
on two receptions of 17 and 18
yards by Bell and runs of 9 and
10 yards by Wilson. Bell's 17-
yard reception put the Trojans
at the Keystone 24, from
where Wilson carried the ball
practically untouched into the
end zone. That run, with the
PAT, put Ribault up 14-0 with
2:47 left in the third quarter.
Bell, who finished with five
catches for 84, had another key
grab-a 15-yarder-on the
Trojans' next drive, but it w\as
the running of Wilson and Paul
Maple that carried them to
their next score. An 11-yard
run by Wilson resulted 'in a
first down at the Keystone 25.
Maple promptly followed that
up with a 15-yard run. Two
more carries by Maple \vere
good enough to get Ribault
into the end zone. Maple's 5-
yard scoring run gave Ribault
a three-touchdown advantage
with 8:04 to play.
The Indians will attempt to
break their two-game losing
streak when they travel to play
district opponent Yulee (3-4,
2-3) this Friday, Oct. 31, at
7:30 p.m.

BHS fields 2
full teams at
Middleburg
Classic
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


It has been approximately
four years since Bradford High
School has been able to enter a
fuUL. 4 rls ,.team ~int crosss
country competition,' but the
Tornadoes were able to do so
Oct. 25 at the Middleburg
Classic.
The girls' team wound up
finishing just 10'h out of II
teams in the junior varsity
race, but every member either
recorded a personal record or
ran her best time of the season.
On the boys' side, Andy
Merrill bettered his personal
record by 50 seconds in


helping lead the Tlornadoes to
eighth place out of 13 teams in
the junior varsity race.
"We ran very well," coach
John Loper said. "ll was our
best meet of the year."
Merrill, who was sixth
individually, finished with a
time of 18:19. The t\wo
teamllnllates who finished
behind him notched personal
records as well: .lames
Ramseur (20:58) and lan
Waters (21:06). Andrew
Warren ran a season-best time
of 22:03, followed by David
Weeks (22:26) and Thomas
Nguyen (21:14, personal
record).
Christina Jordan led the girls
with a season-best time of
24:09, which was three
seconds off her personal
record. She finished 39"'.
Following Jordan were
Jesika Robinson and Hannah
Ricker, who each had season-
best times of 26:16 and 27:19,
respectively, Kayla Garlo, who
had a personal record of 26:10,
and Sarah Swords, who had a
season-best time of 31:53.
Loper said it has been a very
successful season for both the
high school and Bradford
Middle School programs. The
boys' and girls' middle school
teams are composed
completely of first-year
runners, while the boys' high
school team has four freshmen.
Loper said special thanks go
to the programs' other
coaches: Ben Urfer and
Sabrina Harden.

Griffis misses
out on top-50
finish for KH
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kelsey Griffis led the
Keystone Heights girls' cross
country team and just missed
out on finishing among the 50
best runners out of a field of
more than 140 at the
Middleburg Classic on Oct. 25.
Griffis ran a time of 22:39,
which.was good for 57"' place.
Teammates, finishing behind
her were Raquel Doty-
O'Kelley (24:12), Allison
Alsup (25:37), Leann Dye
(26:01) and Mandy Frazier
(29:32).
In the boys' race, Alec
Meston led Keystone with a
time of 20:05. Josh Jimmeson
had a time of 21:30, followed
by Parker Rollins (22:30), TJ.
C irifo ( :4J)_,ai1 Jacp.h,
Brandow (23 18).
The girls' team placed 18"'
out of 22 teams, while the boys
were last in the field of 26.


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from how ice was delivered to
their homes to what they did
when their husbands went off
to war.
"We remember how they
have seen the first of so many
things," Taylor said. "Think
about it. They've seen the first
refrigerator, the first TV, the
first car and the first loaf of
bread that ever came sliced."
Quilter Lettie Smith said she
just enjoys her time with the
other ladies. Kirk agreed.
"It just makes us feel good
all over," Kirk said.
It is a time to laugh and cut
up, Taylor said, but don't think
the ladies don't take their
quilting seriously. One of the
ladies, Thelma Griffis, did not
start on her quilt as early as the
others because of her health.
Yet when she did start, she
went to work in impressive
fashion.
"She worked faithfully on
it," Taylor said. "Actually,
hers w\as done quicker than
most of them. I would never
have believed that she would
have been well enough to even
have done this."
Griffis said she looks
forward to starting work on
another quilt. The one she
recently finished will be a
Christmas present to a special
friend of hers.
"She does so much for me,"
Griffis said of her friend.
Taylor said it has been
touching to hear the ladies talk
of what will become of their


Taylor said ,.te ladies'
festival itelrns are quite
desirable as Windsor Manor
employees/have already zeroed
in on what they want to buy.
"We halve probably the most
gifted and talented senior
citizens here that I've ever
seen," aylor said.
Kirk said the quilting and
craftin activities are a good
way to pend part of the day.
"It giv es us something to dy
besides sitting and oi
nothing," se said.
Griffis I'ves Ing with
the other laA If her health
allows it, that's where you'll
find her.
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Windsor Manor fall festival.

quilts.
"They're so proud," she
said. "They already know who
they're going to give them to."
Griffis and Kirk are a part of
a larger group of ladies at the
center who simply enjoy
making something nice with
their hands. Taylor' said the
ladies are responsible for
decorating for the holidays and
for special events at the center,
and they are currently making
items, including edible
goodies, for the center's fall
festival, which is being held
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"We love to decorate, and
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