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Publication Date: November 13, 2008
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A 16-year-old Keystone Heights girl
was dead at the scene of a 7:25 p.m.
crash Nov. 6 on S.R. 26 just east of
C.R.234 in Alachua County.
Megan Marty, driving a 2000 Dodge,
was struck by a 2006 Mazda, driven
by Kristin Spires of Hawthorne as she
traveled west on S.R. 26, according
to Florida Highway Patrol Cpl. W.J.
Berger. The eastbound I azda crossed
the ,centerline striking a 2003 Ford
pickup driven by Johnny Stevens of
Gainesville before striking the Dodge
head on. Marty's vehicle rotated
counterclockwise and came to rest
facing east on the north shoulder, Cpl.
Berger said.
Marty was pronounced deceased at
the sdene by Alachua EMS, Cpl. Berger
said.
Spires was seriously injured in
the prash and was taken to Shands
University.
There were no reported injuries in
the pickup truck.



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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
With the campaign to be sheriff
behind him, a relieved Gordon Smith it
preparing to take over the office.
Withoutsayingspecificallywhomight
be going with him to the sheriff's office,
the sheriff-elect was ready to sit down
Tuesday night for the first full meeting
with his transition team. Throwing a
crimp into his plans, however, could be
the career service status most current
employees of the sheriff's office now
enjoy, which prevents them from being
let go without cause and, in some cases,
even demoted.
Smith will take over the sheriff's
office officially in January, although
he'll resign from his position with the
city in mid December and spend even
more time orienting himself with
the sheriff's office from that point
forward.
Taking over for Smith at the police
department should be a familiar face,
someone whom Smith can continue to
work with hand in hand. With an election
less than a year away, it is expected
that the Starke City Commission will
appoint Starke Police Maj. Jeff Johnson
to the position of chief in the meantime.
Johnson has been with the city longer
than anyone else in the department,
Smith said, and the two have been
working closely together to prepare for
the transition.
Smith plans to make good on a
campaign promise as early into his
office as he can, and that is deputizing
officers from other law enforcement
agencies in the county outside of the
sheriffs office so there to reduce
jurisdictional restrictions to fighting
crime. He promised people they
would see an unprecedented working
relationship betiveen the county's law
enforcement agencies. Dispatch has
been consolidated into one center,
and Smith envisions a time when the
officers responding are those closest
to an incident, hot those wearing- a
particular uniform.
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129th Year 16th Issue 50 CENTS


USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD


Maj. Richard D. Hall, member of the
Florida Army National Guard since
1983, reminded the crowd as the Starke
Veterans Day ceremony that freedom is
not free.
As a member and now a leader of
the Third Battalion, 20* Special Forces
Group, Airborne, Hall should know-
During his 25 years of military service,
he has been mobilized or volunteered
to serve in Operation Desert Storm,
Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom
in addition to more than a dozen state
emergencies.
Taking his definition of the word
veteran from the book "The Highest
Call," Hall said a veteran li someone
who sets aside their own personal
freedoms to .ensure the liberty and
rights that all Americans enjoy.
After wars, depressions, natural
disasters and terrorist attacks, he said
it's wonderful to be able to gather and
honor the sacrifices of veterans, many
of whom we will never individually
know.
"The word freedom is kind of a
paradox," Hall said. "You ask any of
those that made the sacrifices who ar.e
here today, or perhaps the loved ones
who lost someone, if freedom is free,
and I think they'll tell you that freedom
is not free."
Through residing about the exploits
of vets from World War II, watching
first hand the effects of Vietnam on
veterans like his late father-in-law,
and witnessing the sacrifices made by
service members and their families
in recent years, Hall said he was sure
now more than ever that freedom is not
free.
"One common bond that all of us
here as veterans or those, of us still
in uniform share is that each of us
somewhere in our life signed a blank
check to the United States of America
that was payable in the amount of up to
our lives if necessary," he said-
While the nation may not be perfect,
Hall said, it is the greatest institution in
the history of the world.
"Unfortunately," he said, "freedom
must sometimes be nurtured by the
blood of the patriots."
One of the things that makes the
country so great, according to Hall, is
that its people are so willing to help
others. No country does as much to help
others around the- world, he said, and
the countless people who are involved
behind the scenes to make the country
and the community successful.
"The primary point of a service such
as today's is the hope that we take a few
moments from our hectic daily lives to
reflect on the blessings bestowed upon
us and to say thanks be to God for
people who make sacrifices in order for
the betterment of their fellow men and
women," Hall said.
Veterans have fought for the
American way of life, distinguishing
themselves through their willingness to
risk life and limb and, all to often, to
pay the ultimate price, he said.
"By their example of courage under
fire, they raised up a new nation inspired
by the dignity of the common man, a
nation blessed with heroes and heroes'
dreams," said Hall. "That is leadership
of the highest quality; that is America's
leadership legacy."
Hall used George Washington's
words to say that the willingness of
future generations to serve is tied to
who today's veterans are appreciated
by their nation. He quoted Douglass
McArthur to say that soldiers, though
their goal is always to win the nation's
wars, are not warmongers. They pray
more than any other for peace because
they more than any other bear war's
deepest and darkest stains-
"General McArthur went on to say
that the soldier above all other men is
required to practice the greatest act of
religious training, which is sacrifice,"
Hall said.


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He pointed to the number
of amputees coming out of
Operation Enduring Freedom .
and Operation Iraqi Freedom as P.
of June-more than 8,000. The
number rated completely disabled -
as of the same date-257,000.
Because heroes aren't just in
history books, he called upon
the crowd to applaud those
veterans who were present at
the ceremony. He also asked for
compassion for and service to
veterans in the community who
face poverty, sickness, etc., so
that no one is left behind.
Retired Col. Bill Dampier, a
past commander of American
Legion Post 56, presented Hall, a
1977 BHS graduate who went on
to earn multiple degrees and has .
been decorated with numerous
military service medals and JROTC membs
commendations. Damper also participating
thanked participants, including ., Included Alys
s
Boy Scout Troop 70, the Florida CHne (left)
Coinmandery of Knights Templar and Lucas
and Stitrke Operations Manager k Swearingen
Ricky Thompson, who provided (above), as
the sound system. Bradford High well as Dena
Schools' JROTC carried out the Lezak, Leann
ceremonialaspectsoftheservice, Erdman, Dawn
including lowering the flag to Bogard, Matt
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invocation and benediction. 1 Jackson, Ada
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veterans, past and present, for
their service.
Gold Star Mother Beverly
Blackshear, 94, was recognized
during the event. Gold Star
Mothers are those who have lost
a son or daughter serving in the
military. Her son, Jimmy, was ,.
only 19 when he was lost in the
Vietnam War. .1
American Legion Commander
Bill Cloud presented the history a
ofVeteransDay.Wreathsdonated
bylocalorganizationswereplaced
at the monument by the Boy
Scouts, including Daughters of
the American Revolution, United
:0'": 'st:7:snfe5d rayd
its Ladies Auxiliary, Veterans
of Foreign Wars. Post 1016 and
its Ladies Auxiliary, and the
Stake Woman's Club, Boyscouts
of America Troop 70. A wreath
was also placed on behalf of all
Bradford County Citizens. American Legion Commander BiltClaudilind Pwat
Commander Bill DampIer,


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ChriStian school
.Author Deborah J. Green visited Starke Christian
School on Oct.13 and read her book. "Doodle and the
., .
N100n. to the kindergarten and first-grade classes.
Doodle and the Moon is about a loung energetic
rooster who crons at the moon. In the stork the farm
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animals are frustrated b\ Doodles crowing while the\
are try ing to sleep. The other animals teach Doodle thaI
a rooster's real job is to crow in the morning to welcome
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The students became ter1 involved while listening to
the stars and celebrated with Doodle as he finally got
it right and crowed at the sun as it rose in the morning.
The\ also enjoyed pretending they were Doodle and
"cock-a-doodle-doing.
Green isaselenth-generation Floridianandwasraised
in Bradford County. She is the daughter of Stanley and
Mary Jane Green of Brooker. She is married to Gary
Jones. Green n role the book in honor of her grandfather,
Bill --Doodle" Bangham, w ho she said passed down the
tradillon of admiring the moon to four generations.


Gordon Smith
the board is nonbinding and
ultimately the sheriff has the final
say on suspensions and firings,
but as written, the bill seems to
bind any incoming sheriff from
dismissing employees without
cause and from demoting
captains or lieutenants-as well
as the personnel director and
sheriffs secretary-by more
than a single rank.
In theory, Smith says he has no
problem career service status for
sergeants and below, although he
openly questions some personnel
decisions that have been made.
It certainly won't prevent him
from making other' decisions,
including some that will
admittedly be unpopular with
staff, like a ban on driving patrol
vehicles outside of the county to
homes in Gainesville, Palatka,
Green Cove, etc.
Outside of any headaches
career service may cause him,
Snkith said Milner is working
with him 100 percent, providing
full access to the office and
records.
Smith's hands are full of
splinters now from pulling
political signs out of the ground,
and a sometimes ugly campaign
is finally behind him. Smith
gave as good as he got when
attacked at rallies without losing
his temper, wliich he felt was
ultimately the what his opponent
was hoping for. Smith shared


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Overne xt week
Though she is reportedly out
of town until then, Beth Moore
will be sworn into her role as
superintendent of schools next
Tuesday morning, Nov. 18,
when the school board meets
for a reorganizational meeting
at 7:30 a.m. that morning. The
reorganizational meeting will
be followed by a specially called
school board meeting, according
to the superintendent's office.
On Monday, Nov. 17, however,
the board will meet in a retreat
setting in the community meeting
room at Capital City Bank,
beginning at 10 a.m. This will
be followed by a closed executive
session at 1 p.m.
A reception for retiring
Superintendent of Schools Harry
Hatcher will be held today,
Thursday, Nov. 13, from 3-6 p.m.
in the boardroom at the district
office, 501 W. Washington St.
in Stake. Everyone is invited to
drop by and wish him well.


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Wainwright Park at p.
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in the holiday season with music
refreshments and the lightitig of
the tree.

Christmas
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"Whether criminals cross
borders or not, we're going to go
get them," he said. "It's going to
be a big difference when people
start seeing there's a Hampton
unit out here, there's a Starke
unit. Guess what? Get used to it,
,,
we're coming.
While lofty, the goal of
"unified" law enforcement does
fallshortofthefullconsolidation
of the sheriff's office and the
Stake Police Department,
something Smith says he still
supports. When the time comes,
city and county commissioners
are going to have to sit down
together and decide what it is
in the best interest of taxpayers,
he said, adding that he believes
voters should be given the
ultimate say.
Until then he will inanage
the employees he has, although
his hands may have been tied
to a certain extent. Earlier this
year, Sheriff Bob Milner went
though the Florida Legislature
to provide employees below
the rank of major and beyond
probationary status with career
serviceprotection.Careerservice
employees can only be suspended
or dismissed for cause aftgr
receiving written notice of the
proposed action and being given
the opportunity to respond to
the reasons for the suspension or
dismissal unless the sheriff sees
immediate hazard in continued
employment;
In either case, the employees
are entitled to appeal the sheriffs
decision to a career service
appeals board.
The appeals board can make
a nonbinding recommendation
to the sheriff regarding the
suspension or dismissal. Said
board is made up of four sheriffs
office employees-twoappointed
by the sheriff and two selected
by the employee filing the
appeal-and one private citizen
selected by the members of the
appeals board to serve as chair
of the board. (The personnel
director serves as an ex officio,
or nonvoting, member to provide
procedural guidance.)
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My family and I would like to 'thank everyone in
Bradford County for voting for me as the next
Sheriff of Bradford County. Thank you for your

support and prayers. I want you to know that I
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Thank You
Thank you to the voters in District 5 of
Bradford County for voting on my re-election
this year.
As your Bradfor'd County Commissioner for
District 5, I will continue to work for you. My
goal is to address the issues and needs of the
citizens in my district to the best of my ability.
With your continued support, we will conquer
many obstacles. You will not be disappointed.
At this time, I would also like to specifically
thank a few others who made a tremendous Bradford County, I
impact on my campaign. If it weren't for these am looking forward
d' 'd I to serving another
m Ivi ua s, my campaign would not have been term as your county
as successful as it was. Thank you to 1VIargie Commissioner for
Lewis, Shondee Vanzant, Josh Lewis, and District 5. Again,
Savannah Lewis. Without your help and Thank You!
assistance, I would have been lost. --Eddie Lewis
Pd. Pol. Adv. paid for and approved by Eddie Lewis Democrat for County Commissioner, District 5


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Academic team preparing for Division Tournament


The Bradford High School
Academic Team (A-Team) is
nearing the end of its fall season.
Part of the North Florida High Q
Conference in the Alpha Division,
the team meets and competes
with other high schools over the
course of the fall semester.
A competition consists of three
10-minute rounds for both the
junior varsity and varsity team.
Four team members from each
school sit at tables and compete
to answer a toss-up question
followed by a bonus to the team
who answers correctly. Toss-ups
are worth five points and bonuses
worthl0pointsforapossibleof
15 points per turn. Questions
arise from multiple academic
fields, including math, science,
grammar, etc., and also include
queries on popular culture and
current events.
Thejuniorvarsityteam-which
consistsofninth-and10th-graders
Casey Cloud, Kayla Chastain,
Brenda Garcia, Jonathan Hamel,
Ashley Spell, Alk;n Clemons and
Will Alderman-has won two of
its five games this season. The
varsity team-made up of 11th-
and 12th-graders: Kati Tedder,
Katelyn Traylor, Veronica Harris,
Tim Hamel, Justin Thornton,
Sarah Greene, Marjorie Carney,
Ruth Snyder and Shanoah
Sims-is currently undefeated.
Both teams are coached by
Ronnie Harris, a government
and economics teach at Bradford
High.
On Dec. 4, the Division
Tournament will take place at
Chiefland High School with
all the schools in the Alpha
Division represented. Aside
from Bradford, that includes
Bell High School, Bronson High
School, Chiefland High School,
Dixie High School, Trenton
High School, Union County
High School and Williston
High School. Two teams from
each of the three divisions in
North Florida-Alpha, Delta
a and Gamma-will participate
in the Conference Tournament
in January. To compete at
conference, two teams are
selected based on their season
records as well as how they place
in the Division Tournament.


The American Library
Association begins its first
annual National Gaming Day
on Saturday, Nov. 15. Following
up on last month's teen gaming
programBradfordCountyPublic
Library will most certainly be
participating.
Collaborating again with
Aaron's Rent-to-Own and Movie
Gallery, the library will host
its second major video-gaming
event between 10 a.m.and 3 p.m.,
complete with a few humongous
screens, Xbox-360s, PS3s and a


Wii.
Generous donations from
Hasbro and Wigards of the Coast
allow the library to showcase
"Pictureka!" (a frenzied game
of finders-keepers) and enough
Magic: the Gathering kits for 30
players.
Admission is $1, whi 1 helps
the library provide free sodas
and hot dogs for everyone
participating.
Gamers can reserve their
in advance at the library or
door on the day of the eve


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Bradford's chance to move on
to the Conference Tournament is
looking good.
"The team is laden with
experienced seniors who are


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the Bradford County Library on
Thursday, Nov. 13, from 5:30-
7-30 p.m. Master Gardeners will
be the key speakers, and there
will be information on insects
and butterflies, bird watching and
birdhouses, bees, woodpeckers


and much more.


Congratulations to JEANIE BURTON, VIVIAN DARRAH & CATHY J. WOOD


Jackson


Cowboy's


Shady Oak
Butterfly Farm

352-485-2458



Digital Albums
Photography
904-964-291 3
904-229-7751


Hayes Electric
Co tiA ng
904-964-8744


RCD Consulting


What can
YOU 99t fO?'
a $20 bill?
How about a brand new 6
0-foot pre-lit Christmas tree?
Trees are available with 400 all
white or multicolored lights. Set
up shas easy aa 11 dd number
available through this Bradford
High School JROTC fundraiser.
Contact Lt. Col. King at (904)
966-6799, or just drop by the
JROTC department.
Get yours while the supply
lasts.



Learn about
thinQ S With
WinQS
Want to know if an insect is
harmful or beneficial? Do you
watch birds and butterflies and
wonder what types they are?
There will be a seminar on
creatureswithwingscalled"Bugs,
Birds, Bees and Butterflies" at


Town and
Country Ford-
Mercury
904-964-7200


Bradford'
Preschool &
Learning
Center
904-964-4361


Carl's Signs

904-964-CARL
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Mercantile Bank


904-964-9136


Crossway
Mortgage
352-235-1 41 5
352-258-2274


Stake Tire &
Automotive

904-964-6436


Mosley Tire ~


Capital City


Western Steer
Steaktsouse

904-964-8061


Bryan's Ace
Hardware

904-964-f642


Roberts
Insurance of
Stake
904-964-7826


Thomas Auto
and T&M
Towing
904-964-5611


Haile Funeral
Home

' 904-964-7905


Community
State pank

904-964-7830


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$200 per Team
(Please Submit Team Roster with Assigned
Player Numbers at First Game.)


Entry Deadline: Nov. 19, 2008
(No Exceptions, Must Be Paid by This Date.)
Tournament Format:0nly 8 Teams Allowed
Double Elimination. Team 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Trophies and Individual 1st & 2nd Place and MVP
for 1st and 2nd Place Teams.


LoveTo r fToi,


UMW an n ual
bazaar set
f0f NOv. 20
United Methodist Women of
Stake First Church are busily
preparing for the annual bazaar.
On Thursday, Nov. 20, from 8
a.m. until 8 p.m., the fellowship
hall will be decorated in a
festive manner for your shopping
pleasure: All of the favorites will
be included this year with several
new items.
There will be many special
Christmas ornaments, wreaths
and decorations, as well as
decorations for fall. and 6ther
seasons. Many beautiful hand
painted items by Candy will be
on sale.
The bakery area will feature

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For Further Information, Please Contact Lamar Hamilton (904) 626-9433 or Alica McMillian (904) 966-1100


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KIwanis Terrific Kids from Hampton Elementary for the
month of October were recently announced. Pictured are
(front-back, I-r) Logan KHby, Kassle Montgomery, Alexyia
Starling, Harley Windle, Arthur Young, Shyann Pfalzgraf,
Seth Johnson,- Robert Bellwood, AshIey Weeks, Sarah
GIIsson, Zac Windle, Thomas Loudermlik' Pincipal Rick
Stephens, Teacher of the Month Mrs. Baler and KIwanian
Bob MHner.


Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Starke Elementary School for September were Hayden Knight, Mackenzie Knight, Cameron
Chastain, Holland Barber, Billy Jo Merlo, Benjamin Norsworthy, Asia Harrington, Dharti Patel, Courtnle Williams,
Drake Harrington, Kristin Canida, Jessica Parker, Hanna King, Justin Curtner, Gregory Searcy, Dustin Lauramore,
Sierra Snell, Donald Seymore, Noah Paul, Hunter Whitehead, Sebastian Curtner, Treyeawn Etchison, Jade Jones,
Yasmin Davis, Molly Crawford, Kyle Ferrota, Tyric OIIver and Shirena Reed.


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find home-canned jellies, jams,
pickled items and specialty
mixes.
Nancy Roberts will once
again display her stained-glass
ornaments created from the old
church windows (and other glass),
all for sale at modest prices.
The ongoing project of
Methodist knives (Rada) will
also be available.
Hand-painted silk scarfs and
ties, pillows, Christmas stockings
and other gift items will be on
display during the event.
Silent auctions will feature
selections from Longaberger,
Vera Bradley and a "getaway.
A special dinner will be served
from 5-7 p.m. Tickets may be
purchased for a $10 donation


f om any MW member or the
(A light lunch will be available
during the noon hour.)
Come relax, shop and enjoy
the fellowship.
Proceeds from the bazaar, as
always, will be used for UMW
mission projects.


Adu It
basket ball
Offered
Bradford-Union Career
Technical Center will offer
its adult basketball program
at Bradford Middle School
beginning Thursday, Nov. 13, at
p.m.
pr'Tombeco astmemberhofMh
Watson at the career center. Cost
is $20 for the rest of the school
year. For more information,
please see coaches Ufer, Vernanc
or Burch.


Mount Pisgah AME Church
Jouth will be selling dinners
and holding a bake sale and
yard sale on Saturday, Not. 15.
at noon. Dinners are $6 and
include chicken wings. fries,
salad, dessert and a drink.
Cookies will be on sale $4 for
$1. The church is located in
Stake on U.S. 301 at Steel Mill
Road. For more information,
please call (904) 964-5221.
Hope Christian Academy, S.R.
100 in Theressa, will hold its
manual silent auction fundraiser
on Saturday, Nov. 22, at 6 p.m.
Dinner will be served. Tables,
.seat eight and can be purchased
for $300. Tickets for individuals
are also available. Donations
are tax deductible. For more
information, please call (352)
473-4040.


Philadelphia Missionary
Baptist Church. 1191 Old
Middleburg Road in Lawley.
will host the Res. Joe Cephus
Johnson and the Male Chorus
of Ebenezer Baptist Church
Hallandale on Saturday, Nov.
15, at 5:30 p.m. A feast will
be served at 4 p.m. For more
information, please call (904)
782-3448.
Bible Baptist Church, located
at 150 S. Cherry St. in Starke
will continue its revival through
Friday, Nov. 14, with evangelist
Mike Qualls as the guest
speaker. Services are at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited. For more
information, call (904) 964-
4475.
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.
Bradford Baptist Church, 1.3
miles east of 301 on S.R. 100,
will horse revival featuring Bill
Rice evangelist Matt Downs
Sunday-Friday, Nov. 16-21
Sunday services are at 11 a.m.
and 6 p.m. Weeknight services
will begin at 7 .m. For more
information, please call (904)
964-4168.
E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming special
events to editor@bctelegraph.
com. Deadline is Monday at 5
p.m.


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capacity assessment of existing
facilities to address any existing or
projected deficiencies in adopted
level of service standards, by
adding an objective to establish an
annual capital improvement
budgeting process to manage the
fiscal resources of the City, by
adding a policy to incorporate
within the City's annual budgeting
process, a financially feasible
capital improvements budget, by
adding a Procedure for Monitoring
and Evaluation of Capital
Improvement Element and by
adding a concunency
Man ment System
The agpublic hearing may be
continued to one or more future



unng the public hearing and that

d ch tinN tiopn c d ds
calendar weeks from the date of
the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Stake, Florida, during regular
business hours.
A fil persons are advised that if they
decide to appe=1 any decisions
'made at the above referenced
public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and that
for such purpose the may need to
tehn9su oce dia ve adre dhicoh
record includes the testimony and
teovibde eudpon which the appeal is
11/131tchg-BCT
ADVERTRSdM TTAFTOER BIDs -
Notice is hereby given that the
Bradford County Board of County
3mmi o w rN mb ale8d
2008 at the Bradford County Office of
the County Clerk located at 945 North
Temple Avehue, Starke, Florida for
the purchase of real estate located at
911 Florida Street in Starke, Florida,
a7cde#0 o Tituated, lying
and being in the County of Bradford.
State of Florida, to wit: the Westerly
04 eo tkh East @n80 f retbof
and Company's Subdivision in the city
o StkarkeP asep4er th med dat
of Bradfo County, Florida.
Closing must take place within 30
ay of owr11n theA ass ?
of the ver. An appraisals available
for review in the Bradkird County
of Community evelocptatedenty
gela y at (9804) 966-6382.
mark u be sealed Ire ly
Florida Street and received
by 3:00 pm vem 18, 2008.
Please include the bidder's name,
mailing address and phone number
along with the bid amount. Bids will
be operied in the County Commission
Room located in the North Annex
of the County Courthouse at 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
Bradford County reserves the right to
reject any and all bids or when it is
determined to be in the best interest
of the County that the bids be re-
advertised.
10/30 3tch 11/13-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
POR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BRADFORD PET CARE HOSPITAL
theholderofthefollo rtificate '
has filed said cert f tT for
tax eed to be issued thereon. The
ce cate numbers) and year of
issuance, the 'description of the
propertydand nam s) n which it is
a eNse are2a0s08-00w3
Certific umb
Parcel ember: Oe 50-00312
Year of Issuance: 2006
Description of Property: The west 150
feet of the South V2 of Lot 12, Block
tCher anr rdS by na r lat
58 OG Public Records of Bradfo
County, Florida.
Assessed to:
Junius M. Smith & Virginia M. Smith,
Junius Smith & Virginia Estate
All of this above property is located
in Bradford County, In te State of
Florida. ,
Unless such certificates) shall
be redeemed according to Law,
the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
to the Hi8hest Bidder at the Bradford
CQunty courthouse, Starke, FI,.,.,on
the 11* day of December, 2008, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
Bradford County Clerk of Court
By: Carol Williams,
Deputy Clerk
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the Recordin Department
no later than seven 7) days. prior
to the proceeding at the Bradford
County Courthouse. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court date,
subpoena, etc, is less than seiren
(7) days, then the individual should
contact the Recording Department as
soon as possible after receiving that
notice. Telephone: (904) 966-6280, if
hearing impaired, 1-800-955-8770(v),
via Florida Relay Service.
11/6 4tchg 11/27

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 04-2008-CP-0087
IN RE: The Estate of
MARY A.-BAUGESS,
Deceased.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Eiltate of
MARY A. BAUGESS, deceased, File
Number04-2008-CP-0087,ispending
in the Circuit Court for Bradford
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the attorney for
the personal representative are set
forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
i demands against Decedent's estate
including unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE


mentoring opportunity.
Studentsworkedinprofessional
environment is in the Starke
area for up to 40 hours, gaining
work experience and mentoring
and gaining valuable personal
experiences in their chosen
career field.






-.


program. During the academic
year, the program provides after-
school tutorial twice a week in
all academic subjects. Upward
Bound is offering classes in
mathematics, science, English/
reading and a tutorial period
for each grade level (9-12) at
Santa Fe's Northwest campus.
Participants attend 18 Saturdays
during the academic year
(September May) to prepare
for the FCAT for high school
graduation, and the ACT, CPT
. and SAT for college admission.
This past summer, Upward
Bound had 13 seniors graduate
from high school and get
admitted into a college of their


choice. Approximately 25
students from BHS participated
in the six-week summer session.
Students were provided meals
according to the Florida DOE
Summer Food Service Program
guidelines .and were offered an
opportunity to participate in the
federally sponsored Work Study
Mentor Program. The goal of
the program is to match students'
career goals with businesses and
mentors in the community. There
were 18 students from Bradford
County who participated in the
Upward Bound Work Study
Program and 18 local businesses
and agencies who graciously
contributed to the goal and


Bradford Count Florida, Probate
Division, the ad ress of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
Office Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091
The name and address of the
personal Ye sentaitive and the
personal representatives'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 THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, continent or
unliquidated claims, must fi e their
claims with this Court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER.THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
'"h dea Nf the fibst pl lbcOa0ion of this
Personal Representative
Shirley Ann Ni
17362 Harrell St
Broker, Florida 32622
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
John S. Cooper, Esquire
100 West Call Street
Stare, Florida 32091
(904) 964-470)
Fla..Bar No. 0910340
11/13 2tchg11/20-BCT


LEGAL NOTICE
The First Jobs First Wages Committee
of FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Thursday, November 20th, 2008,
at 2:00 p.m. at the Santa Fe College.
Center for Innovation and Economic
Development, 530 W. University
Ave., Gainesville, FL 32601. Please
contact Radha Selvester at 352-244-
5148 with questions.
11/13 itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
.
The High Skills/High Wages
Committee of FloridaWorks will hold
a meeting on Tuesday, November
18* at 1:00 p.m. at FloridaWorks,
4800 SW 13* Street, Garnesville, FL
32408. Contact Celia Chapman, 352-
244-5148.
11/13 itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Monday, November 17m at 1:00
p.m. at FloridaWorks One Stop
Career Center, 4800 S.W. 13m
Street, Gainesville, FL. Contact Celia
Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions.
11/13 itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 04-2008-CP-0107
IN RE: The Estate of
SHURLEY L. TETSTONE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
SHURLEY L. TETSTONE, deceased
File Number 04-2008-CP-0107
is pending in the Circuit Court for


OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons havin claims r
demands against the ecedent's
estate, including un matured.
contain nt or unliquidated claims,
must le their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of gle first publication of this
Notice is November 13, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Deloris Baugess
11306 SE 211Avenue
Stake, FL 32091
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
C. Gary Moody, Esquire
MOODY & SALZMAN, P.A.
Post Office Box 2759
Gainesville, FL 32602
Ph: 35 373-6791/
( 2)
Fax:9352) 377-2861
Fla. Bar No. 138289
11/13 2tchgil/20-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
COUNTRY CLASSICS AUTO MART
gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien
and intent to sell these vehicles on
11/30/2008, 9:00 a.m. at 1755 A.
North Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091,
pursuant to .subsection 713.78 of
the Florida Statutes. COUNTRY
CLASSICS AUTO MART reserves
the right to accept or reject any and/
or all bids.
1HGCG6674WAO82786 '98 Honda
3Hi7U566145 1963 Mercury
.11/13 1tchg-BCT


REQUEST FOR BID&
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted until 10:00
a.m., Monday, November 24, 2008;
at the office of the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091, for the following:
FABRICATION & INSTALLATION
OF GUTTERS & DOWNSPOUTS
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY PUBLIC
LIBRARY
Bids will be opened and read aloud
at 10:15 a.m. or as soon thereafter
as possible, on Monday, November
24, 2008 in the Conference Room of
the Clerk of Courts, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 North Temple
Averiue, Starke, Florida. Bids will not
-
be valid unless received by the bid
deadline and in a sealed envelope
marked "Sealed Bid, Gutter &
Downspouts". Specifications can be
obtained by contacting the Clerk of
Courts office at 904-966-6280 or from
the county website at www.bradford-
co-fla.org.
The County reserves the right to
waive formalities in any bid, to reject
any or all bids with or without cause-
11/132tchg 11/20-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 11/28/2008, 10:00 a.m. at 18536
US HWY 301 N., Starke, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept of reject
any/or all bids.
1GKS13WOP2519663 '93 GMC
11/13 itnca-BCT


AG LEL

C SEO TIN


NOTICE TO BIDDERS
-CONSTRUCTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed bids will be received until
2:00 p.m. on Thursday, December
11,.2008, by Linda Johns, Clerk, at
the City of Starke, City Hall, 209
North Thompson Street, Starke'



SCOPE OF WORK:

ea trt7tu2,r5 Own as eee,
Treatment Plant Residual
Biosolids Treatment per, plans
and specifications including, but
not necessarily limited to, required
labor, materials equipment and
supervision.
Copies of Engineer's Bidding
Documents may be obtained by
bonafide General Contractors from
Stone, Joca & Associates, Inc.,
7400 Baymeadows Way Suite 220,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256, phone
(904) 448-5300 for the sum of
$150.00 per set, which is non-
refundable. Make checks payable
to Stone, Joca & Associates, Inc.
Any and all questions relative to
this project shall be directed to
Gary L. Sneddon, P.E. of Stone,
Joca & Associates, Inc. at (904)
8-5300 oF a( 4)r s01the
right to accept or reject any or all
bids/proposals, waive minor
formalities, and to award the
bid/proposal that best serves the
interests of the CityCity Commission
City of Starke, Florida
Wilbur Waters, MayCoT
11/131tchg-B

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
CITY OF STRIKE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE .
BOATRHDE PO NSNTTRGKENDFLZOORNjDNA
SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
N TICEOFS S RBp GI EON hD
pursuant the Citydf Starke Land
r lodpme o as therein ed
Development Code, and Sections
163.3161 through 163.3215.
tons ri'ime daamended
comments concerning the
amendment, as described below.
ni Bear thhe an n d
Florida, serving also as the Local
nk FloAgd cat p lc hCParin
on November 25, 2008 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County
Commission .Meeting Room,
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
Z 08-18 an application by BB8
Developers Inc, to amend the
Zoning Map of the Land
Development Code to change the
zoning district from HIGHWAY
COMMERCIAL (B-3) to
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2)
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described,
as follows: Lots 8, 9, 10 and 11 of
Block 16 of the Simon J.Temples
subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County
Florida. and the East 1/2 of a 16.4
foot patted alley that lies Westerly
of and adjoining said lots.
Containing 0.50 acre, more or less.
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be, announced
durin the public hearing and that
no f rther notice concerning the
matter will be published. .
At the aforememioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard wit respect to
the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning, Planning and Building
Department located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Courthouse North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during
regular business hours,
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced
public hearing, they will need a
record of the proceedings, and
that, for such purpose, they may
need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made.
which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
11/13 itchg -BCT

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE CITY
OF STAKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF
STAKE, FLORIDA, SERVING
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING
AGENCY OF THE CITY' OF
STAKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
the City of Starke Land
Development Code, as amended.
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, objections.
recommendations and comments


concerning an amendment, as
described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
City of Starke, Florida, serving also
as the Local Planning Agency of
City of Starke, Florida, at a public
hearing on November 25, 2008 at
6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting
Room, County Courthouse, located
at 945 Nor1h Temple Avenue,
Stake, Florida.
CPA 08-1, an application by the
City Commission, to amend the
text of the Capital Improvement
Element of the Comprehensive
Plan by amending the goal to
include the definition of financial
feasibility, by amending a policy to
include the adoption of an annual
financially feasible capital
improvement budget, by adding a
policy concerning the annual


Upward Bound students who attended the 2008 Florida Association of Educational Opportunity Program Personnel
Olympics held in Tallahassee on the FSU and FAMU campuses in July included [Bradford students' names are
underlined] (kneeling) David Warner, Teresa Davis, Courtney Ray, Ahmad Brantley, Synteia Postway, (middle) Coach
Deckard, Chris Bennett, Raynard Jenkins, Jessica Jennings, Cody Thomas, Naya Hudson, Tanea Striglers, Marina
@.01108, Michael McCray, Ya'Keem Griner, Kelley Caldwell, Gus Rosales, Maria Rosales, Michael Clark, Joshua
MOraleS, BorIs Hadley, (back) Jennifer Kenndey, Jennifer Padilla, Linda Davis, Shanon Kiser, Jarrod Jackson,
Chauncey Goodman, Demetri Postway, James McBride, John Tyson, Chris Mejias, Katie Hodge, Mary Rosales.


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campus since 1996, has served
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high schools: Bradford High
School and Newberry High
School in Alachua County.
Upward Bound currently
has 36 students from Bradford
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The city commission has
approved an ordinance imposing
costs for those who fail to abide
by rules for yard trash, although
its implementation has been
delayed for the sake of public
educatioIi.
Commissioner Tommy
Chastain wanted a year-long
grace period on penalties
imposed byd the dinanceotbut
commissioners since the point of
the ordinance is to recoup money
city, government is spending on
collecting and disposing of yard
trash that is left on the curbside
because it doesn't meet the
collection requirements of the
garbage contractor.
Often, limbs are too large or
the pile size exceeds set limits;
sometimes, the remains of entire
trees have been taken down and
left curbside for the city to pick
up. Yard trash contaminated with
other types of garbage is also an
issue, as is the accumulation of
multiple types of nonstandard
g;irbagelikeappliancesfurniture
andlor tires alongside city streets.
Piles that meet the yard trash
requirements and appliances that
are put out on the correct day are
collected by the garbage service.
Those that don't typically sit
there until a city truck is forced
to come along and pick it up.
Commissioner Danny Nugent
agreed with Chastain, however,
sayingnotallcitizensaceviolating
the rules and those who do can
be dealt with through the code
enforcement process. Chastain
said the penalty the ordinance
would impose is a lot of money
given today's economy.
The ordinance requires the
city to first tag nonstandard trash
piles. However, if the resident
hasn't dealt with the issue in
48 hours then the city will pick'
(Ip the trash at the-yardawner's
expense.:That would bb 575 for a


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pile up to six cubic yards in size
plus a $25 administrative fee. If
the pile is larger than that, then
an additional $25 per cubic yard
will be charged. The property
owner will also be responsible
for any additional charge the city
receives when disposing of the
garbage at the landfill.
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner agreed it was a hefty
price and was willing to allow
a grace period, but she said a
y tr astoolonPMaty rWilb:
target of the ordinance is repeat
violators. He suggested a six-
month grace period.
Commissioner Travis Woods
said not only is the city paying for
garbage service, but then the city
has to turn around and pay the
.costs associated with collecting
garbage like this, itself.
I don't think that's really
right,'' Woods said. Waters said
he didn't think it would take.long
for abuses to end once they are
charged for the city's efforts to
.
clean up the illegal pdes. This is
a battle the city has been fighting
for years, he said.
You give someone free
reign and they're going to take
advantage of it," Waters said.
.
City ProjectDirectorJoeFisher
said the ordinance isn't meant to
punish those who clean up their
yards a couple of time a year and
place the yard trash curbside.
"This is the abuser who cuts
down a tree, then throws wire on
top of it or throws a sofa on top of
it," Fisher said.
Spooner said 90 days was long
enoughforpeopletobeeducated,
and Waters passed the gavel to
give second to her motion. The
motion was approved 3-2 with
Chastain and Nugent dissenting.
Letters will be sent with utility
bills to inform residents about the
repercussions of not following
garbage regulations.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD


The country club was filled by those attending the Lawtey school reunion.


TheannualLawteyCommunity
School reunion, held Nov.1, was
a huge success by any yardstick,
filling the Starke Golf Club
Dining Room to capacity with
revelers enjoying reminiscing
with qld friends and meeting new
friends.
Because of marriages, name
changes, ageing and poor
memories, no one knew everyone
there, but when the evening was
over, there were no strangers. A
conservative estimate of people
in attendance was 250, rivaling
Other large groups holding
meetings in the building.
Arriving early, the dining
room appeared to be filled with
decorated tables, possibly more
than would be needed, but Linda
and Sylvia Tatum knew their


Lawtey friends and prepared for
the crowd. Lawtey people, old
and new, like to visit and eat,
and thoroughly enjoyed both that
Saturday evening.
Speaking of eating, it was a
covered dish affairand one has to
have lived in a small community
to fully appreciate the culinary
skills of women growing up in
the country or small towns. The
center of the room had five eight-
foot long tables heavily laden
with home-cooked dishes of
every variety, enough to feed an
army. On a separate table were
desserts, cake and pies for every
taste and appetite in quantities to
.
add inches to waistlines.
The invocation was given
by .Dr. Freda Green Creivs,
a televangelist now living in


Spartanburg, S.C. Her Christian
message is carried into 30
European countries.
Two former students came
from Arkansas, Ned Pringle and
Vernon Teston, but the student
coming from the most distant
point was Vera Mae Lefever,
now living in Lancaster, Penn.
She was accompanied by her
husband.
Fay Durban, the unofficial
.
photographerwasbusilyengaged
in taking pictures to add to his
extensive albums of Lawtey
people and buildings. Fay brings
several large photo albums to
the gatherings that are most
interesting to thumb through.
The Lawtey school reunion is
an annual event for all Lawtey
residents, past find present, and


friends of the community. It is
hosted by an informal group,
with no costs or obligations other
than bringing a covered dish to
share with others. The date is
fixed on the first Saturday in
November, each year with dinner
about 6 p.m., but visiting begins
much earlier.
If Lawtey has any faults,
they were not in evidence
Saturday evening. Everyone
there remembered his or her
hometown as Camelot and made
a mental note to return next year.
The laughter and camaraderie
was contagious, evidence of the
fine time each enjoyed.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


be madeg no later than 5 p.m.
on Wednesday, Nov. 19.

PleaSant Grove
nicets Nov. 17
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will have its regular
monthly meeting on Monday,
Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in the annex
of the Pleasant Grove United
MethodistChurch.Arearesidents
are invited to join.
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beautiful downtown Melrose.
The festive meal includes
special pre-dinner snacks and an
all-you-can-eat roast beef dinner,
plussumptuousdesserts.
Honored at the dinner will be
selected community volunteers
and the incoming MBCA officers
and directors.
Tickets are $20 each and
,maybe reserved by calling (352)
475-1488 or sending checks to
MBCA, P.O. Box 1301, Melrose,
FL 32666. All reservations are to
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degree from the University of
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Hatcher
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ThufSday
A reception for retiring
Superintendent of Schools Harry
Hatcher will be held today,
Thursday, Nov. 13, from 3-6 p.m.
in the boardroom at the district
office, 501 W. Washington St. in
Stark.


Melrose

ban q uet
tickets
available
The Melrose .Business and
Community Association will
hold its 10th annual. awards
banquet at 6:30 p.m. on Friday,
Nov. 21, in Trinity Episcopal
Church's parish hall located on
Bellamy Avenue (S.R. 26) -in
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Operation
Christmas Child
under way
Trinity Baptist Church in
Keystone Heights and Grace
United Methodist Church in
Lawtey are relay centers for the
collection of shoeboxes prepared
for Olieration Christmas Child.
Individuals, churches and civic
groups can fill standard-sized
shoeboxes with toys, school
supplies, hygiene items, hard
candy and a personal letter. The
shoeboxes will be sent to needy
boys and girls in more than 100
countriesbySamaritan'sPursea
world relief agency.
National Collection Week is
Nov. 17-24. In Keystone Heights,
drop-off will be Nov. 17-23, 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the churbit's
education building entrance.
Call (352) 473-7261 for further
ine matenycall (904)782-3881
for daily drop off times..
The local toll-free number is
(800) 409-1453.


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on" Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2009 June 30, 2014

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting public
hearings pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2009/2010 through 2013/2014,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to which all
persons are invited to attend and be heard.
1. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions for Alachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 8, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT District Two Office, Madison Room
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL
2. Live Oak Hearing: specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monda December 15,.2008 at 5:30 .m.
PLACE: Suwannee River ater ManaOaement District, oard Room #103
9225 County Road 49, Live k, FL
3. Jacksonville Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the North Florida
Transportation Planning Organization (NFTPO), the Jacksonville City Council and the
County Commissions for Baker, Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties serving as
MetropolitanPlanningOrganizationfortheirrespectivecounties.
DATE AND TIME: Tuesda December 16, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Jacksonvi le Urban Office, Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of
charge) should contact Mr. Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Manager,
Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance of the Public
Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Commissions
and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public Hearings and
up to December 31, 2008 following the hearing. Comments should be addressed to:

Charles W. Baldwin, RE., District Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation, District Two
1109 South Marion Ave. Mall Station 2,000
Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


As part of the new Armed
Services YMCA (ASYMCA)
and Department of Defense
Outreach Initiative, the
Bradford-Union YMCA will
provide military families with
access to youth development,
family strengthening, and health
and well-being programs at
community YMCAs.
Membership fees will be
underwritten by the Department
of Defense and administered
through Military OneSource, an
information and referral service
for military families. YMCA of
the USA, the national resource
office for America's 2,686
YMCAs, will help launch the
initiativeatparticipating YMCAs
across the country.
"The Bradford-Union YMCA
is happy to help meet the
critical needs facing families
of deployed military service
members," said Amanda Bray
Feagledistrictexecutivedirector
of the Bradford-Union YMCA.
"Families are the most affected
when.a loved one gets deployed,
so we are deeply committed to
providing them with the support


they need."


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of Defense Outreach Initiative family members of deployed
responds to a provision in the active duty personnel.
National Defense Authorization "The YMCA has a long
Act of 2008, which requires the history of supporting military
secretary of defense to develop service members and their
a plan to support military families-since the Cit il War-so
family readiness and to ensure it was natural for us to join this
that military family readiness initiative," said Feagle. "During
programs and activities are this time of conflict, it is mor'e
available to all deployed National important than et er that we
Guard and Reserve families, and continue providing sert ices and
some active duty families in supliort to these families in the
certain special categories. absence of a deploy ed spouse.
Eligible military families More information about the
participating in the initiative are ASYMCA- Department of
eligibleforYMCAmembershipsDefense Outreach Initialite
based on participation can be found by listingg na w.
requirements. Those eligible to asymca.org. For information
participate in the new initiative about participating Y MCAs.
include: please visit www.nef\mea.org or
-All interested families of www.ymca.net.
joint deployed National Guard The Bradford-Union Y MCA
and Reserves of all military serves636activepiembersaswell
branches lis 121 i'hildren in after-school
-Families living in programs in Starke and Lake
newly established Joint Base Butler. The YMCA strites to
Realignment and Closure build strong kids, strong families
(BRAC) bases. and strong communities
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Wednesday preschool story times at the Bradford county Public Library take place at
10 a.m. and are a big success, with kids and their families enjoying books, crafts and
more. The IIbrary has a nurpber of programs coming up for younger and older kids,
Including Turkey Party Day on Nov. 19, AII Aboard the Candy Train on Dec. 3rd, Deck
the Halls on Dec. 10, Family Craft Night on Dec. 16, and the JIngle Bell Rock Party on
Dec. 19. Please call the library at (904) 368-3911 for more Information, or drop by the
circulation desk for a full schedule of events.


Shooting event
to raise money
f0f VeteranS
memorial
Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund will be raising funds
through a sporting clays shooting
tournament at the Bradford
Sportsmell's Farm Saturday, Jan.
10, begimiing at 9 a.m.
There will be 100 targets at
more than 14 stations with cash
prizes for the top three finishers
in three classes. Entry is $75 a
shooter.event will also feature
door prizes, live entertainment
fromnoonto2p.m.,andfoodand
warm-ups'airailable for purchase.
Rent a golf cart or bring your
own.
avStl enfor onsorships are
R.S.V.P. to Jim Mitzel at (352)
215-9217 by Dec. 27.
The Hampton Veterans


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A 16-year-old Keystone
Heights girl was dead at the
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C.R.234 in Alachua County.
Megan Marty, driving a
2000 Dodge, was struck by a
2006 Mazda, driven by
Kristin Spires of Hawthorne
as she traveled west on S.R.
26, according to Florida
Highway Patrol Cpl. W:J.
Berger. The eastbound Mazda
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before striking the Dodge
head on. Marty's vehicle
rotated counterclockwise and
cant tes acingdast on the
said.
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deceased at the scene by
Alachua EMS, Cpl. Berger
said.
Spires as seriously injured
in the crash and was taken to
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He was the event's featured
speaker, but retired Brig. Gen.
Richard Capps made sure
those who deserved the
spotlight got it during the
Veterans Day ceremony at the
Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center.
Capps, who served with the
199' Aviation Company in
Vietnam, spoke of the qualities
of veterans and the sacrifices
they and their families make.
He also made sure he took the
time to ask the veterans in
attendance to stand and be
recognized.
"Every morning we wake up
in a free land is because of
men and women like these,"
Capps said.
They can be men or women,
and they come from all walks
akley of life. They possess different
al religious views and are of
different ethnicities. Capps
said veterans are unique
individuals, yet they share a
re common trait in that "they
TUES*) volunteer and answer our
nation's call to duty. Since
.CORI Capt. John Parker and the men
of the Lexington militia faced
g British troops in 1775,
generations of men and women
have worn service uniforms
and fought on both domestic
and foreign soil, Capps said.
'Our most potent weapons
in war, without a doubt, he
said, are the brave men and
:10 Women in uniform. They come
350 from all across Ameri'%rdinary


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people who have been placed
in extraordinary
circumstances," Capps said,
but added they are not the only
ones who carry a burden
during times of war. Families
.of those serving he said have
also answered their nation's
call to duty by an unwavering
support of their loved ones
who are in harm's way.
"They may not carry a rifle
on their shoulders, but they
have carried the weight of the
world," Capps said. "They
carry that burden until their
. loved one comes home.
Tragically, some never do.
Whenever a service member
falls in combat, it is a family
who suffers the most."
During his speech, Capps
referenced proclamations by
both Gov. Charlie Crist, who
made a call to remember the
more than 1.7 million living
veterans in Florida, and
President Bush. Capps recited
an excerpt from the president's
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who laid down their lives in
freedom's defense. These brave
men and women made the
ultimate sacrifice for our
benefit. On Veterans Day, we
remember these heroes for
their valor, their loyalty, and
their dedication. Their selfless
sacrifices continue to inspire
us today as we work to
advance peace and extend
freedom around the world."
Sen. Mel Martinez, in a
letter read by Jennifer Ridgley,
expressed his gratitude for the
"proud part" more than six
million veterans have played in
creating and maintaining
America's tradition.
"On this day, let us pay
tribute to those who have worn
our nation's uniform,"
Martinez' letter read.
Sen. Bill Nelson and Rep.
Cliff Stearns also expressed
their thanks and support of
veterans through letters that
were read during the
ceremony.
"I can think of few days with
more noble a purpose than to
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Gabriel Cox
TraVis and Jennifer Cox of
Stake announce the birth of a
son, Gabriel Mykal Angelus
Cox, born at 3:16 p.m. on
November 3 2008 in
Gainesville. He weighed 7
pounds and was 19 inches in
len th. He oins a brother
Jos ph, and a sister, Trinit(
Cox
Maternal grandparent is
John Danella Sr. Maternal
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Ryen joins a sister, Ashlann
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Maternal *grandparents are
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Paternal grandparents are
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Paternal great-grandparents are
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Austin Erasto ..Parker, born Heights, Lavon Sweeney of
Oct. 20, 2008 at 8:46 a.m. He Winter Haven and Sonya
weighed 6 pounds and 9 Taylor ofOkeechobee.
ounces and was 19 14 inches in Linen tablecloths with
length. He joins a brother, appropriate centerpieces and
Thomas Parker, an array of floral decorations
Maternal grandparents are decorated the club in addition
and th o us o

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Thomas family
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The Thomas family reunion
has been set for Saturday, Nov.
22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Harmony Free Will Baptist
Church Family Life Cent#.
For more information, call
Lester Thomas at (386) 755-
0654.
The best reason for
having dreams is that in
dreams no reasons are
necessary.
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10, 1923, Mildred was the
youngest of ten children and is
the only one of her siblings to
graduate from high school
which she attended in Melrose.
She was married to J.D.
Payton on June 20, 1941 and
lived for some time m Waldo
where she and her husband
owned a gas station and ran an
ice route. They moved back to
Johnson where her husband
became employed by United
Clay Mines and moved to
Keystone Heights in 1952,
after being transferred to the
Sands and Baker Mine in the
area. Following retirement, her
husband passed away in 1977.
Since that time, Mildred, as
all her friends call her, has


stayed.active in Gadara Baptist
Church where she has been a
member for 41 years and
worked for the Clay County
Council on Agmg until she
retired after 18 years. Today,
though she is retired, she
works on a "as needed" basis.
She has been a member of
TOPS (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) smee 1980 and has
attended meetings in 17 states,
including Hawaii and also
visited the TOPS chapter in
Germany twice.
Mrs. Downs spends her time
sewing for her family and
many others m the area who
seek out her expertise.


personal talents and hobbies.
One cake was topped with a
miniature sewing machine and
surrounded by a tape measure
signifying her sewing ability.
The second cake was
decorated by several owls
revealmg her passion for
collecting owls and the third
cake was topped with .a 85-
Years congratulation symbol.
A unique sheet cake, made at
Publix, featured her likeness
sculpted with icing on top of
the cake.
A blown-up copy of th4
mutation, with those
signatures of guests attending
the party, will be framed and
presented to Mrs. Downs as a
memento of the occasion.
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Davis, 5 years old.
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Paternal grandparents are
Thomas McDonough of
Bowie, Md. and Diane
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The Indians were missing
Maxwell, but they were still
able to record a sweep of
visiting Fort White, winning 3-
0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-17) in a
regional quarterfinal volleyball
match on Nov. 5.
Keystone played well from
the start. An early tie in the
first game of the match
became a lead of 14-6, which
later became 20-11. The


points during one stretch with
Katie Easton serving, getting
two aces and a kill by -Carey
Taylor, Another kill by Taylor
finished the game off.
The second game was more
of a struggle, as the two teams
remained close throughout.
Keystone took the lead for
good when Taylor, who led the
team with 17 service points,
nailed a couple of aces driving
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the Indians go up 20-17. Fort
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service errors after that,
including one that gave the
See REGION, p.11B


right


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights had built
up a bit of momentum, but it
did not help the Indians against
visiting P.K. Yonge, which
won 3-0 (25-4, 25-10, 25-8) in
a Class 3A regional semifinal
volleyball match on Nov. I1.
"Coming out of districts,
they were playing great,
Keystone head coach Belinda
Smith said of her team. "They
played great tonight, but P.K.
has a great team.
The Blue Wave (23-6)
wasted little time in taking


Shannon Gray
(left) tips the
ball over the
net in the
Indians' 3-0 win
over Fort White
in the regional
quarterfinals.
Keystone
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tbhe s if a s,
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of Photo by
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could never get any closer.
The third game remained
close at the start, but the Blue
Wave would reel off 12
straight points to go up 15-3.
Up 21-8, P.K. closed the match
out with four straight points
with Caitlin Doak holding
serve. She had an ace, while
Jones and Kaitlin Brennan
eitch had a kill.
Keystone's Morgan
Maxwell, returning to action
after missing the regional
quarterfinal match due to a
death in the family, was able to
record a couple of blocks as
well as a couple of kills.
for the match, the Indians
scored only four points when


holding serve.
It may not have been a close
match, but Smith told her
players afterward to keep in
mind that they accomplished
their goals this season-
finishing with a winning
record and advancing beyond
the district tournament.
"I told them to focus on the
season (as a whole)," Smith
said. "Its bad that we have to
end the season (with a loss),
.but unless you win state, you
have to end up losing."
P.K. Yonge will play Lake
Highland Prep in the regional
finals Saturday, Nov. 15, for
the right to advance to the
Nov. 21 state semifinals. Lake


control of the first game of the
match. Up 4-1, P.K. reeled off
12 points with Collyn Welsh
serving Welsh, who had a
powe ul jump serve, recorded
aces on her first two serve
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time the Blue Wave went up
16-1.
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total in the second'game when
she had three during an eight-
point run. Keystone's Shannon
Gray, though, had her second
kill in the early part of the
match to force sideout with the
Indians trailing 10-2.
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Lawtey ree for a great Halloween Party.
Shaun Ledman
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Dear Editor:
I would like to thank
everyone who came out from Downtown
all corners of the county to Association
attend this event. Everyone
who attended made this a great GXpreSSeS
event and everyone, more so
the children, had a great time. than ks
There was a lot of hard work Dear Editor:
that went into the preparation In appreciation of your
of this event with the building continuous sponsorship and
still being under construction. support for the 2008 Great
We are very close to the Pumpkin Escape. We, the
completion of the building and members of the Downtown
are down to the little things Business Community
now. Association thank you!
I do want to say with the Our sponsors melude Wal-
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give, a special thanks to the Express, DuPont, city of
following volunteers who Starke Commissioners, city
showed up to help with the clerk and employees and Ricky .
evening activities. Sabrina and and Chrissy Thompson.
Randy Roberts, you two have Contributors to the cause to
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their community. Michael and Bank, Dimple & Grady
Carrie Broskey, the children Overstreet, Lonme Ohve, Pat
loved the hay ride, thank you Welch & Associates, Squad
for the use of your tractor! The 45-New River Correctional
Reynolds family, you all Institute, Save-A-Lot, Tractor
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made it a great night. Mae Albert and Debble Mize, Bill
Gaskins, you made serving Dampier, Ernie Williams,
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Everyone who donated Pharmacy, Starke Pohce
candy and cupcakes, we could Department, Boy Scout Troop
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you, and a special thanks to the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
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incident. I have had a countless
-number- of~ [xtretits tell me
congratulations for sticking up
=.- h
"horror stories" about PoP
Warner. Apparently this is
something that happens quite
often, but I am the first to
speak up about it. Also since
my letter was published, PoP
Warner has refused to refund
the $100 that I paid for
Matthew to participate.
Second, I would like to
respond to -Braxton Britt. I
understand that all the coaches
are new and still learning.
However, after eight weeks
(two weeks of conditioning,
two weeks of practice, and
four weeks into the season),
the coaches should at least
know the minimum
requirements. I complained
several times about the way
my son and a few other boys
were being treated from the
beginning, but nothing
changed.
Lastly I would like to
respond to Rick Welch. I don't
feel that I put anything in my
original letter to deserve to
have my son be called a
chicken and be told that he
belongs in flag football. Of
course Matthew was
apprehensive of contact having
not ever played a contact sport
and having to fear hurting his
hip for three years. Had he
been given a chance, he would
have easily overcome that fear.
I also do not believe that Mr.
Welch is well enough
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hm Matthe v was not
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Please forgive us if .you
contributed and are not listed
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Kingdom Work.
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since my letter was published,
I have learned that .the
situation.gtween Pop Wager
aqd amd Wes not an isolated


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country," said Nelson through
a letter read by representative
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sacrifice that has kept America
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accI nt.
Born in Gainesville, Ms. Marty
moved to Keystone Heights in
1996 from Citra. She was a
member of Keystone Heights
Baptist Church and a part-time
instructor for Curves. '
Survivors include her mother,
e hts e fa v deystone
Marty of Citra; her fianc6 Kyle
Wright of Interlachen; her
maternal grandfather Hugh Moore
of Tampa; paternal grandparents
Charles and Margaret Marty of
Dennison, Ohio.
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granddaughters. He is also
survived by his devoted
caregivers, Thelma Bro\vn and
Shayna Levin.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, Novembr 9, 2008, at
Antioch Baptist Church,
LaCrosse. The family received
friends Saturday, Nov..8, from 6-8
p.m. at the Archer Funeral Home,
Lake Butler. Memorial donations
may be given to Haven Hospice,
4d00 N W690' Blvd.bGpitme le,
Hospital, 12502 USF Pine Drive,
Tampa, Florida 33612-8411 or
Antioch Cemetery Association,
P.O. Box 94, LaCrosse, FL 32658.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.
PAID OBITUARY

JameS 3009S
PERRY--James "Jim" Laveme
n s, o20 rqa ie Sat e
Specialty Hospital in Tallahassee.
A native of Gainesville, Mr.
Jones had lived in Perry since
1979, moving from Starke. He
was a brick mason by trade and an
avid Gator fan. Mr. Jones was a
mbe of the Nati al H e
mocietyrand America Sociut or
the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (ASPCA). Mr. Jones was
PRFobe dd il2dhis Bp nts,
Joneu ivors include his wife of 25
years, Patncia Jones of Perry; a
son Tommy Jones of Jefferson,
Ga.; two daugl rs Lisa Jones and
Denise er,
Jacksonvil lac Md
Winburn of Brooker; a god-son
William Roy Jones III "Tnpp" of
Tallahassee;of a sS ke;YvomIe

grandchildren and his beloved
dog, "Baby".
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
were held Tuesday, Nov.. 11, in
the Joe P. Burns Memonal Chapel
\vith the Rev. Jerry Durden
officiating. In lien of flowers,
donations may be mpde to the
National Humane Society, 40 E.
Main St., Newark, Dell 19711 or
to the Taylor County Needy
Children's Fund, Attn: Rhonda
Brooks, 318 N. Clark SL, Perry,
FL 32347. Joe P. Burns Funeral
Home of Perry was in charge of
arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY


A.F. McDavid
BROOKER-A.F. McDavid, 90,
of Broker died Thursday, Nov. 6,
2008 at his home.
Born in Chiefland, Mr.
McDavid spent his early years in
Monteocha and LaCrosse. He
went out on his own as a teenager
and moved to Miami where he had
various jobs driving a truck
delivering materials, and milking
cows for other dairymen. He met
Mildred Pridemore in 1937 while
she was visiting relatives in
Pompano BOatcohl er ,eyl9 we
Ha ma n Tennessee. Fred
enlisted in the Coast Guard during
World War II and served until the
end of the War. After WWII, he
started a dairy in Pompano Beach,
which became one of the larger
dairies in South Florida. In 1958,
after he sold his dairy, Mr.
McDavid moved back to his roots
to a farm in the Brooker area. He
raised beef cattle and quarter
'"t" "" ," s' on n iP so
mpe ampion
Cuttingde liorseAQ d ChM
CuttinF Horse. When he heldPhis
dispersal sale in 1972, there were
276 registered quarter horses
which were sold. Mr. McDavid
i es kt ark tnjdkC utm a
seven years
Fred was active in the
communitNyasery ng as Dirkector
ai sville, ent ofHothe
Association, president of the
Florida Cutting Horse
Association, president of Antioch
Cemetery Association and
member of the Florida Department
of Agneulture Animal Industry
Board. He was a member of
Antioch Baptist Church and was a
Mason and Shriner for over 50
Mr. McDavid was preceded in
death by his wife of 66 years,
Mildred P. McDavid; his mother
Roxie Ann Lord; his father, F.M.
McDavid Sr.; his sister, Elouise
Bennett; his brothers F.M. (Jack)
McDavid, Cliff Thomas, Dan
Thomas and soil-in-law, Don
Register
Mr. McDavid is survived by his
children, Terry McDavid (Giriger)
of Lake City, Carolyn Green
(Kenny) of Wildwood, Sue
Register of Daytona Beach
Shores, Don McDavid (Sherry) of
Rockwood, Tenn., and Brenda
Whitehead (Henry) of Lake


Bunny Bryan
LAKE BUTLER-Bunny Orvil
Bryan, 67, of Lake Butler died
Friday, Nov. 7, 2008 at his home.
Born in Cross City, Mr. Bryan
lived most of his life in Old Town
before moving to Lake Butler in
1989. He was a sawmill
supervisor and worked at Spires
IGAinLakeButlerforfiveyears
in the meat department before his
retirement. Mr. Bryan was a U.S.
Air Force veteran and of the
Baptist faith. He was the son of
Charlie and Blanche Griggs
Su/ ivors include two brothers,
Bobby L. Bryan of Old Town and
Jerry W. Bryan Sr. of Lake Butler.
Graveside funeral services were
held Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Old
Town Cemetery with the Rev.
Jackie Pettrey officiating, under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Shirley
H isg in botham
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Shirley Ann Higginbotham, 76, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
Nov. 6, 2008 in Shands Starke
following an extended illness.
Bo Jackson Ile Mrs
m m vi
Hig inbot iw 0 dd re
She moved to Keystone Heights
from St. Augustine in 2002. She
memberMo On enHeig

adr2t ee a mmntC:1To electric
years of service.
Mrs. Higginbotham was
preceded in death by her husband,
Daniel Higginbotham and a son,
Sandy Grayson.
Survivors include a son, Bobby
Grayson of Keystone Heights; her
siblings, Jewell Thomas of
H s onmelicig asil ount.of
of Newberry, Nancy Rountree of
Hawthorne; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Higginbotham were held in
Orange Heights Baptist Church
Saturday, Nov. 8, with Dr Lennie
Broome officiating. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177 or
Orange Heights Baptist Church
Building Fund 16700 N.E. S.R.
26, Hawthorne, FL 32640.
Arrangements ivere under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


Clarice Carter
COLUMBIA S..C.-Clarice
tr 8dliedfoTTuer d:r resident 2,
2008
Bcrn in Lawtey, hits. Carter
th fe of the laile Hent A
was e wa y rd
Carter and daughter of Raifo
Schellie Rosier arId ossie
Reynolds Rosier. She was a
graduate of Bradford FIigh School,
serving as valedictory ian of her
class. Mrs. Carter was formerly
employed SvithSh mSe bl
of Bayview Baptist Church for
overu i a sj re her daughter and
1 Rebecca Curran of
sons-in-R in Va. Peggy and
Jerr Marks < f Laura l, Md. and
She le and Michael Genova of
Columbia; a sister, ful ary Louise
Jones of Coluno.bia- six
grandchildren, Nick Curran, Matt
Curran, Paul Marks, Patrick
Marks, Carter Genov a and Alex
Gra ildreand Au :n, a
Olivia, Will and Bobb Curran.
Funeral services for Mrs. Carter
were held Wednesday,, Nov. 12, at
Bayview Baptist Church,
Columbia. Memorials may be
made to Project Pet, P.O. Box
1777, Columbia, S.C. 29202 or
Petlsumnc., 300 Orchan:1 Dr. We
la, of
a Arra rementsnunder care of

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PAID OBITUARY

Dorothy Jo Ans
ST. AUGUSTINE-H borothy T.
Johns, 77, of St. Augustine,
previously of Jacksor eville, died
Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008 I;
Mrs. Johns was the Marvin and Sarah Griffis
ThompsoJ hns was tlne beloved
wife of Azurb Johns an a mother of
Jacqueline Johns ad Samuel A.
Johns; sister of Ma gie Grier;
grandmother of Genewleve Johns
and Faye Reed; great-g:Candmother
of Vanna, Macy, Billy,1Brandon,
Hunter, Gunter, Destiny and Beau
and aunt of many 1inieces and
nephews.
0 Flineral services Tuesday, Nov. I 1, y Hardage-
5 Giddens Funeral Home,
2 Edgewood Chapel, Jatcksonville.
Buridd was in Dyal Cemetery,
Stake. Hardage-Giddo ns Funeral
Home of Jacksonvillb' was in
charge of arrangements .
PAID OBITUARY


JameS Williams
HAWTHORNE--James Joel
"Joe" Williams, 74, of Hawthorne,
died Friday, Nov. 7, 2008, at
Sh d AGH G 11
fo s brief illnae amesvi e
Blymga ss.nt M
Willyrn ni dnlon to his life r.
th ams ide d in
e area an wor I in receiving
as at corre donaedicalicerent r
n r ankeanButler before h
tireMnen He as oa m e Ci
and was a member of Lulu Advent
Christian Church. Mr. Williams
was preceded in death by his
father, Ivan James Williams.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth
Ann Williams of Hawthorne; two
daughters, Johnnie Kaye Bell of
Savannah and Melissa Diane
Holloway of Lake Butler; four
sons, James Michael Williams of
tal i ( raPg foelMW lkla
Greg Wesley Williams, all of
Lake Butler; hs mother, Barbara
Lee Williams of Lulu; two sisters'
Joyce Ellen Kite of Middleburg
and Barbara Victoria Blom of
Lake Butler; two brothers, Ivan
Wayne Williams of Lake Butler
and Kenny Michael Williams of I
Jacksonville; 14 grandchildren and
6 great-grandchildren.
MFu alN tryic a ee
AdventBChnsti IChurcoh tah
Burial was in New Zion Cemetery
near Lulu under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

James CI are
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-James
Hager Clare, 83, of Keystone
th MLak aV Mic
Center.
Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, Mr.
Clare was a lifelong resident of
the Keystone Heights area. He
was a retired Navy commander
and ushered for 35 years at the
Community Church m Keystone
Heights. -
Survivors melude his daughters'
Terry Skinner of Leads, Ala.,
Miranda Lynam of Redderick; a
granddaughter Katie Stone of
Tifton, Ga.; grandsons Matt Eddy
Pawleys IslandPSouthCCarolinaj
BimeLyn mf Ocala; and e n
at- ndchild
greFun raal servi for Mr. Clare
were held Tuesday, Nov. I1, at the
Community Church of Keystorie
Heights with Pastor Rob Morford


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the daughter of Gl< oria Dixon
Lefluer and the late Kenneth R
Dixon.
Survivors .include a daughter,
Amanda Carter; 11 er former
husband of 25 yea rs Michael
Carter; her mother Gloria Lefluer;
sisters Kimberly A ddair and
Cindy Collins; and a 4 :lose friend,
Rick Mills.
A private service is being
planned. In lieu of Dowers, the
family requests donatio ins be made
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MELROSE-Lillie Leigh Acree,
87, of Melrose died Thursday,
Nov. 6, 2008, at E.T. York Haven
Hospice Care Center in
G noesvilli Jacksonville, Mrs.
Acree lived in Gainesville before
moving to Melrose. She was
preceded in death by her husband
of 56 years, Oscar "Tootie" Acree.
Survivors include a daughter'
Elizabeth Williams of Gainesville
d tabsAn R soAcreJas
Williams of Fayetteville, N.C. and
Jitnmy HarveyofPalatka.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Nov. 8 at Eliam Baptist
Church m Metrose with Pastor
R pa t daBurblo
Funeral Home of Melrose is in
charge of arrangements.

Harry Atkins
MELROSE-Harry James "Jim"
Atkins, 77, of Melrose died
Saturday Nov. 8, 2008 at
Gainesville Health Care Center
following a long illness.
Born in Lakeland, Mr.. Atkins
was a longtime resident of the
Melrose area. He retired from the
United States Navy and worked as
a mechanic.
seS ived 11 a gs
grandchild; and his caregiver
Linda and Ron Spence of Lake
Geneva and friends, Marjorie and
Ernie.
Funeral services for Mr. Atkins
were held Wednesday, Nov. 12, in
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Registr ation begins at 6:30
p.m., w.itlh the tournament
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The buy-in is $50.
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Sr. Thanksgiving basketball
tournament is scheduled for
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 27-30,
at the RJ.E. gym at 1080 N.
PineSt.
The eight-team, double-
elimination tournament will tip
offat7p.m.eachnight.
There is a $200 entry fee for
teams interested that must be
paid in full by Saturday, Nov.
15.
For more information,
please call Lamar Hamilton at
(904) 626-9433 or Alica
McMillian at (904) 966-1100.

POp Warner
poker tourney


North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce and the
Lions Club.
The cost of the ride is $10
and one unwrapped new toy
per bike (no weapon-type toys,
please). A free, hot breakfast
will be served at 9 a.m. at
Madison Street Baptist Church
for all riders as well as anyone
who donates to the program.
At 10 a.m., the ride begins in
the church's east parking lot.
The ride will last
approximately 1.5 hours before
returning to the church.

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The Bradford County Master
Gardeners will conduct a
workshop on bugs, birds, bees
and butterflies. This workshop
will be fun and educational for
all Attendin this
ages.
Po st ty to beconae famiT
with some critters that share
oitr world.
The first topic offered will
be an overview of harmful and
beneficial insects. Many
osenthink I ugareitbad
bugs are neither helpful nor
harmful; they live their lives
with little impact to humans.
Some insects actually eat the
bad bugs that feed on your
garden and landscape plants.
Barbara Searcy will show you
how to identify which bugs
can be a benefit to your garden
and neighborhood and which
ones are harmful.
Following the good bug/bad
bug introduction, Jim
DeValerio will present a look
at .one of the world's worst
"bad bugs"-the mosquito.
Although this bug is bad, it
. possesses some truly amazing
characteristics which help it to
be so bad. This will be a fun
talk that includes home
interesting videos. Learning
how mosquitoes complete their
life cycle will help you
manage mosquitoes around
your home.
The mosquito section will be
followed by a presentation by
Master Gardener Juanita Hall.
She is going to teach on two of
Our most notable wood
peckers-the small red-
cockaded woodpecker and the
large pleated woodpecker.
Come and learn how to enjoy
and understand why
woodpeckers knock o'n wood.
Barbara Searcy will follow
the woodpecker presentation
by teaching homeowners about
some local bird programs in
which they can participate.
These programs include how
to identify and report dead
birds, which birds might carry
disease, urbhn bird watch,
backya wbird fe erforwatch
C tmas co
visiting Master Gardener fmm
Mississippi-Tom Wright-
t)eachd son "The Secret Te
wondered how bees find their
way home or why beekeepers
use smoke? Or perhaps, syhat
bees dance about? Let Wright,
a master beekeeper, tell you.
The final topic covered will
be on butterflies. Did you
know that butterflies can be an
indicator of environmental
health? Learn about butterfly
gardening so you can see these
amazing insects year round.
This workshop is free and
open to the public. It is
scheduled% Thursda ,l 30
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p.m. at the Bradford County
Public Library in Starke. Call
the Bradford County Extension
Service at (904) 966-6299 to
register or for more
intormation.

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The Lake Region
Community Theatre presents
"A Bad Year for Tomatoes," a
comedy by John Patrick, on six
dates this month at the
theater's location (across from
w uA eir itn at218
Fed up with the pressures
and demands of her acting
career, the famous Myra
Marlowe leases a house in the
tiny New England hamlet of
Beaver Haven and settles
down to write her
autobiography. She is
successful in turmlig aside the
offers pressed upon her by her
long-time agent, but dealing
with her nosy neighbors is a
different matter. In an attempt
to shoo them away and gain
some, privacy, Myra invents a
mad, homicidal sister, who is
kept locked in an upstairs
room, but who occasionally
escapes long enough to scare
off uninvited visitors.
The ruse works well at first,
but complications result when
the local handyman develops
an affection for "Sister Sadle
and the nosy neighbors decide
it.is their Christian duty to save
the poor, demented Sadie's
soul.
Performances are scheduled
for 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14,
Saturday, Nov. 15, Friday,
Nov. 21, and Saturday, Nov.
22, .as well as at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, Nov. 16, and Sunday,
Nov. 23. Donation prices are
$12 for adults and $10 for
children.
Seating is limited, so
reservations are recommended.
Reservations may be made by
calling the box office at (352)
226-4082. Leave a message
and someone will return your
call. Matercard and Visa are
accepted.

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ride set for
NOv. 22 in
Bradford Co.
The FAITH Riders
motorcycle ministry of
Madison Street Baptist Church
in Stake is hosting a toy ride
on Saturday, Nov. 22. All toys
and monies collected will
benefit the Toys for Kids
program sponsored by the


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Prospect Avenue. He was
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$10,000 surety bond was
posted.
Reginald Roe, 56, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by Starke
Patrolman Brad Smith for
violation of probation grand
theft from Suwannee County.
He was released to another
agency.
Veronica Parler, e. o
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 10 for violation
of prob ion intro auction o
contra an .
las J h Mart 49
oug osep in'
of Stake was arrested Nov. 5
bMel Bradford Deputy R.Vy
ton or vio lon
probation domestic battery.
Martin was sentenced tol.serve
30 days in the county Jan
Steven ayne Thorntong
ov.o5 Bead sd y '
Josh Luke for violation of
probation possession of drug
paraphernalia. Thornton was
sentenced to serve 60 days in
the county jail. .

Ronald Charles Newman,
21, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 7 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for failure to
appear trespass m occupied
structure. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Lawrence Curry, 46, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 4 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation battery.


Leonard Carr, 47, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 5 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
failure to comply.

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Alphonso Covington, 48, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 9 by
Sgt. Murray for driving under
the influence (DUI).
Covington's 1998 Ford was
stopped at 1:34 a.m. on North
Street. After bemg booked,
Covington was released from
custody when a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Thomas William Moran,
47, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 7 by Clay
Deputy R.E. Russell for DUI
alcohol or drugs. Moran's
pickup truck was stopped on
S.R. 21 at 9:25 p.m. for faulty
equipment. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and his speech was
slurred. After failing the field
sobriety testing, Moran
provided a blood-alcohol
sample of .15 percent, Deputy
Russell said.


John Truby Greene, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 8 by Patrolman Lockhart
for drivmg while heense
suspended or revoked
(DWLS). A $500 surety bond
was, posted for his release
from custody.
.
Ronald Cedrick Mondesir,
21, of Hinesville, Ga., was
arrested Nov. 7 by Bradford
Deputy Keith McInms for
DWLS with knowledge. He.
was released from custody
after a $500 surety bond was
posted.


Thayne Gray Benton, 44, of
Portsmouth, Va., was arrested
Nov. 8 by Lawtey Patrolman
Michael Gillick for DWLS. A
$500 cash bond was pasted
for his release from custody.
Thomas Edwardo
Wichterman, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 8
by Deputy Russell for DWLS
knowingly. Wichterman's
pickup truck was stopped for
faulty equipment at 1:45 a.m.
A computer check found his
license was suspended.
DIorah Ann Crews, 33, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 6 by Clay
Deputy K.M. Warner for
DWLS with knowledge and
habitual traffic offender.
William Michael Bland, 33,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. I in Duval County on a
warrant from Bradford for
reckless driving, willful or
wanton disregard for safety.
Bland was transported Nov. 5
to Bradford County Jail with
bond set at $4,000.

Lucian D. Andrews, 25, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 10
by Patrolman Lockhart for
failure to ap ear DWLS.
Bond was set atp$5,000.

Hailey Hautzenroeder, 26,
of Melrose was arrested Nov.
4 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contempt no valid
driver's license.


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victim with warm cooking
grease during a confrontation.
Bond was set at $1,000.

Vanessa Tyson, 46, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 7 by
Patrolman Brown for breach
of the peace and resisting an
officer without violence.
Tyson was charged with
yelling and screaming about a
parking ticket even when the
officer asked her to lower her
voice. She was placed under
arrest for creating a
disturbance but refused to be
handcuffed, Patrolman Brown
said. She had to be taken to
the ground to be handcuffed,
Patrolman Brown said. Surety
bonds totaling $1,000 were
posted for her release from
custody '
Miriam Christina Perry, 21,
of Raiford was arrested Nov.
6 by Bradford Deputy Brian
Waldorf for trespass after
warning. Perry was warned
Nov. 5 by law enforcement.
She violated the trespass
warning by entering the
o i vt$T30Dseupu
bond was posted for her
release from custody.

Kyle Morgan Miller, 19, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov.
8 b Starke Sgt William
Murr y for trespass in
structure. Miller entered and
remained in the victim's
residence. At 1:22 a.m. he
was found lying on the floor
next to the bed in an attempt
to conceal himself, Sgt.
Murr said. He was released
fromaiustody after a $1,000
surety bond '
Willis Wells Jr., 36, of
Orange Park was arrested
Nov. 8 by Sgt. Murray for
disorderly intoxication. Wells
11 ic be rna and ch

ose tdesSgt ua sa
While being escorted from the
area, Wells began cursing and
drawing a crowd. He refused
to be quiet and was placed
under arrest, Sgt. Murray
said. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release
from custody.

Karen Roberts Williams,
32, of Keystone Heights was

theft and possession of


controlled substance.
Williams was charged with
concealing merchandise in
Wal-Mart on Brannan .Field
Road and then leaving the
store without paying, Deputy
Coxen said. Williams also
attempted to return a pair of
pants that she had selected
from the shelf using a sales
receipt she found in the store
parking lot. Durmg a search
the officer.found prescription
medication that was not
prescribed for Williams,
including Suboxone,
Methadone and Hydrocodone,
Deputy Coxen said. The theft
occurred at 2:35 p.m.
Donita Lynn Driggers, 52,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 4 by Union Deputy
David Shane for battery on
person 65 or older. Triggers
was charged with grabbing
the victim, yelling at her and
snatching the victim's
walking cane, Deputy Shane
said. She was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety

bondqwrias pos d.N 8
Deputy Shane for disorderly
intoxication. Triggers was at
the community center where
she was creating a
disturbance. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and appeared to be
very disoriented, Deputy
Shane said. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Christopher Hartley, 38, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 10 by Clay
deputies for shoplifting and
resisting a retail merchant.

Loy Readdick, 21, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 7 by
Patrolman Brown for giving
an alcoholic beverage to a

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Jason Jeffrey Nordstrom,
24, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 7 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation larceny
from Alachua County with no
bond.
Willie Jerome Newsome
Jr., 34, of Starke was arrested

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Stake. man
faces drug

Charg GS
A 36-year-old Starke man
faces multiple charges from
the execution of a search
warrant at his home on S.R.
100 west.
Marvin Christopher Slocum
was arrested Nov. 7 by Sgt.
Brian Davis during a search at
7:09 a.m. Approximately four
grams of suspected powder
cocaine were found in
Slocum's bedroom. A Taurus
9mm handgun was found next
to the cocaine, Sgt. Davis
said. Slocum is a convicted
felon. The handgun was
loaded with 11 rounds of
ammunition and 43 rounds of
ammunition were found in the
same bedroom, Sgt. Davis
said. Slocum was charged
with possession of controlled
substance (cocame) with
intent to sell and possession
lofirearm by a convicted
Slocum was charged on
warrants by Deputy R.
Watkins with several counts
of cocaine possession within
1,000, feet of a church and
possession controlled
substance with intent to sell,
manufacture, deliver.
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Daniel Wade Spradley, 47,
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first downs, while forcing two
turnovers.
"We fought back," Hoard
said."The defense played well,
for the most part, thd rest of
the game."
Offensively, it was a long
run by Winkler and a juggling
catch by Charles Jones that got
the Tornadoes going.
Bradford's first play from
Scrimmage in the second half
was a 37-yard run by Winkler
to the Keystone 42. Two plays
later, Jones bobbled a pass
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Four plays later, Robinson
found the end zone from a yard
out to give the Indians the
early lead.
Hoard said his decision on
winning the coin toss would
normally be to defer his option
to the second half, but he
wanted to build upons the
momentum his team had
generated in two wins leading
up to the Keystone game.
"The last two weeks we've
played pretty well on offense,"
Hoard said."We were trying to
establish that early. It couldn't
have happened any worse to
go out there and fumble the
all sn between the
quartenAck d center."
The entire first half was a
struggle for the Bradford
offense, which generated just
31 yards. The Tornadoes
gained just one first down in
the half and had thsee three-
and-out possessions. They also
committed another -turnover,
which led to Keystone's

Bradf rdmhad just made a
defensive stand when Donelle
Williams tackled Robinson for
a l-yard gairi'tm a fourth-and-2
play from the Bradford 27-
yard line. Keystone got the ball
back on the very next play,
though, when Chase Chambers
intercepted a Trey Winkler
pass at the Bradford 48.
first down when he caught a
short pass from RJ. Buxton
and turned it into a 43-yard
gain to the 5-yard line. That set
Robinson up for his second
touchdown run and a 14-0 lead
with 57 seconds left in the
opening quarter.
\ Keystone, gained 120 yards
in the opening quarter, but was
held to 110 yards the rest of
the way. In the second half,
Bradford's defense held the
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run. That was the first of two
consecutive scores for
Chielfand-Sheffield scored
the second as well on a 1-yard
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Smith closed out the scoring
with two touchdowns in the
fourth quarter. His first camb
following Sheffield's second
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41 .ter, Smith scored on a 32-
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with a game against Taylor
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Telegraph Staff Writer

tou bnsS un n a
28-point second quarter, as the
Union County football team
closed out District 4-2B play
with a 47-14 rout of visiting
Chiefland on Nov.7.

The Tigers (6-3, 2-2 in
iv v d4)n us relhe s e
ainst he Indiansbbuth wen
in the second quarter to spark
the team to a 28-0 halftime
lead. Perry scored on runs of 6


and 19 yards before
quarterback Chris Alexander
tossed two touchdowns. His
first touchdown pass went to
Brodie Ellis, covering 5 yards.
Smith was the recipient of the
second pass, which came from
6 yards out
Alexander finished the game
12-of-17 for 168 yards.
Bryan Holmes got the
second shalf started off with a
flan nkick f 98etura
for a score and a 34-0 1ead.
Chiefland (4-5, 1-3) finally
scored when Tommy Sheffield
found the end zone on a 2-yard


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph StafWriter
Visiting Bradford was on
the verge of tymg the game
after overcoming two costly
first-quarter turnovers, but
KeystoneEH ig a e s
- point kick following a fourth-
quarter touchdown, preservmg
a one-pomt lead that held as
the Indians defeated the
Tornadoes 14-13 in the District
3-2A finale for both teams on
Nov.7.
"We decided to play football
tonight," Keystone head coach
Chuck Dickinson said. We
haven't played well the last
few weeks. block which
avis '
occurred with 8:07 left in the
game, snapped a thlee-game
losing streak for the Indians'
who lost their last two games
y 21-0 sores Keys IPf' i l'
in )
with its first losing season
since 2003, but Dickmson said

all gedhisthec en nr ts
least end the season on. a
positive note. .
They got off to a good start
in that regard. Running back
Marcel Robinson had both of
the team's scores, while
linebacker Dillon Van Wagner
:came up with a big fumble
recovery late in the game.
made their mark, too. It was
junior Shane Jennings who
came up.with the first of four
Bradford turnovers, which was
the key play of the game,
according to Bradford head
coach Steve Hoard. Bradford
(3-6, 3-4) won the opening
toin toss and elected to receive
the ball. The Tornadoes' first
play from scrimmage was a
fumbled quarterback-center
exchange, which Jennings
recovered at the Bradford 23.


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Dec 6
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The Consolidated Schools of
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inviting anyone interested to
attend the annual Christmas
banquet on Saturday, Dec. 6, at
6 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center. There will
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prizes, food, speaker, music
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EFFICIENCY APT on Lake
Santa Fe. Enjoy home,
beautiful sunsets on the
take, fishing from the dock
& bel surrounded by


q red. Call 352-318-


3BR/2BA DW MH $550 per
month. First, last plus
security.CallMikeHanks,
Broker-Owner at 352-
665-8067.
3/2WCUSTOM BUILM OMnl"
clean on Lake Sampson
with deck, dock, canal.
boatsIipandmuchmore.
$1,100/mthcall904-964-
4005.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENTI COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
. utilities paidl Central loca-
tion.10%discountonfirst
month'srentforseniorcit-
izens.Roomswithprivate
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Roomwithoutbath,$100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-.
ping, theatre, and more!
a t a
904-964-4303.
WEHAVE20R3bedrobm
MHcleariclosetoprison,
SPCEad 2R4 -1AP 2 & 3
BRORLAKEFRONT2/2
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865
ONE MONTH FREE. 2
3 AND 4BR starting al
$579. W/D hook-ups
fit t com uter


WORT NG CiN Rio3

up Rent incdluadedshpool,
ga age, ya oe
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STUDIO APARTMENT -
UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$400/mth. First and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/1. WITH CHIA, VERY
NICE, ONE MILE from
Super WalMart in Starke.


Call 352-378-2453 ask for
BruceorLynn.
2002 SUPERCLEAN DW
Fleetwood, 38R/2BA, 28
x 64, real wood f loors,
VI d sidings glkesroofs
is a must see, $34,500.
Call352-378-2453askfor
BruceorLynn.
BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
3/2 ON ONE PRIVATE
ACRE. Close to town,
one block off SR21, large
depks. Call 352-475-
3975.
HAMPTON, LAND, MO-
BILE PACKAGES. Call
352-468-1011, financing
possible.
2009- MODEL 3BR/2BA,
$2,000 down and $300
per month. Call904-788.
EV R QNE QUALIFIES
VAle/FbHAehome10 sC
Lance toll free at 1-866-
964-1817.
USED DOUBLE WIDE
nly $8,500.
COMESEEMECraigWise'
atSunshineHomeCenter
for your dream home.
100K Ioan for 7% for as
lowas$682amonth.Call
Toll Free l-866-964-1817
forappt. Singles, doubles'
triples and modular



a 200. Call 904-

FOf Rent
SUPER NICE HOMES FOR
RENT, one 2900 SQ FT.
great kitchen,'high ceil-
ings, lots of room, 1400
SQ FT great view, chefS
kitchen, cathedral ceil-
ings, dock. Act fast these
homes are nice, Call
904-701-9650 or 904-
887-8451.


ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
to ac lor3 2
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus- *
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
DFFicE BLDG STARE
newly remodeled. In-
cludes3seperateoffices'
break room, kitchenette;
restroom, wlw carpet'
wheat pumpprewired for
phones, computers, se-
curi 10-space parkmg
lot, 95 per month. Call
904-966-1334 or 904-
9@-8786

Homes for Sale
$69,900 3/2 WITH APPLt.
ANCESBUILTONYOUR
;ol onwadugacr
904-259-5008.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Stake, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
3BR/2BAHOUSE, smaillot,
1.5 miles from Shands
Hosptial, on 230A. Com.


904-964 602 after

49
Mobile Homes
Fo Sal
r e
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,
inA 4eski n 9a0n4
BI A 2K8DOWNS on all
lot models! Free trade-in
3ptsa sal. Call or Ct t
US 138F, Starke,
MUST SELL- BRAND NEW
WO D28 569 LEE
904-259-8028-
DEAL DIDN'T GOI Must
sell 28 x 80 6/12 roof
pitch, tape and texture*
n iso me tdsesgeSoanl?
one. Call Lance at 904-
964-1817.


ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 acres, one mile
road frontage. $6,000
per acre. Call 904-259-
N 6/2 DOUBLEWIDE
on your prepared site as
low as $483 per morth'
Includes set-up, deliv-
ery, skirbng, steps, heat
pump, plus appliances.
W.A.C. Sunshine Homes'
904-964-1472.
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE-
WIDE DELIVERED AND
SET-UP, $37,900. Land/
rd
hto3e a agRe s va7.
able. Call Homemart at
352-307-2244
BANK REPOS START.
ING AT $5,000. Call for
ues ninven Ir
d odel 0Call Alistar.
ATTENTION1STTIMEBUY-
ERSI$7,S00taxcrediton
Iand/homepackages.Call
b9a h ?Homes,
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALT Own your own
homel From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more Infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.




u e le 6 a f
clues warranted appli-
ancs, AC, skirting steps,
seooo.callas2-sla-9262
ask for Jessie.
3BR/2BA 1680 SQ FT on 3
acres, $779 per month.
$4,950 down. All new
paint and carpet, corner
Iot off 315C in Keystone
Heights. Call 904-509-
6258.
TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRA'S that you don't
know abouthor don't

x2 x 4 (0,o
for $57,500, includes
permits, well, septic and
ro Ushk
d a Bpa e are n-
R aR SD 28 x
52 super clean. 1998
Fleetwood3BR/2BA.50th
anniversary celebration
series. Set up, 1 year old
A/ ain ato ,d
. see, must sell $29,995.


INDEX
Found 63 Lov
sorris A mals & Pets 64 Bus
s 53 Yard Sales 65 Hel
ers 54 Keystone Yard Sales IC
w te1r swap 68 Re
utofArro 57 For Sale --6 FM
property 58 Buildin Materials 72
ie cretarisles7mes 73
for Sale 61 Scriptures 74 Co
62 Vacationrtravel A

CLASSIFIED DEADLINES


eLines
iness Op rtunity
p Want O rtunity
sitnTLan rRent
nt to Own
Su elements
s
in uip at
mputers computer
accessories


Acces
42 Motor vehicle
- 43 RV's & Camp
for Sale
46 Real EstateO
47CommestialP
4g nmes edat
49 Mobile Homes
50 For Rent


FordF250crew-cab,1980
Honda Gold Wing, Rossi
.38 Special, LR/DR/BR
sets, collectibles, and
more. Pics every week at
www southern
autionmktg.net. 15991
NE HWY 27A, Williston,
FL. Call 352-528-2950.
Col. Joel Kulesar AUl437
AB2240; 10% BP on all
sales
42
MOtor vehicleS
20 7 SOT9e1S00
under 500 miles, $9995.
C 14Wayne at 386*496-
1 9CH6EROE P GR ND
x 4, 4 door, cold AC, auto
n all4da
850-319-6476 or e-mail
brianwoodall@embarq-
mail.com.
FOR SALE 1998 FORD
4 pe e aLsaeria
bed, Leer topper, chrome
Ch0 esn cI
niddton (16 OBO.
43
RV's and
08m fS
2000 28 ,Clariffrfitin 511
whooirlargevade .
000 Call 352-262


45
Land for Sale
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.
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.76 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
I ded sk2 $25Kd
SmithrR9e0a 64 9 2
(ownerlagent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
6E-%6 -0683 sr SC
NO TH 8.TSTARKE, FI,
p tac ofmag peg
fenced, $3,000 per acre,
cash.Alsowithterms.Call
731-989-8062.
HENDERSON, TN. 177
acre 01b4BR A log
creek, grassy lake. Iow
taxes 5 mil)e front t n,
9-8062. Some terms.
47
Commercial
Pro ft
NEWP FE SIONALOF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Streetforlease.Idealfdr
medical, legal, account-


40
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EQUAL HOUSING OP.
PORTUNITY. AII real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Actof 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
ornationaloriginoranin-
tpe ion to ma Ct such
rn nat nsc
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
taod an reeg 0 wonu n
tody of children un

notvkno ingI c a
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the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
in hi newspaper ar
opportunity basis. To
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ext#1005.
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Auctions
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D.O.N.- DIRECTOR ove
ER and Med/Surge floor,
current RN license, ward
or h pi larnanagement
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supervisory per nce
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days, nights, we ends,
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records, client assess-
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firmativeAction Employer,
Deadline: November 25,
2008 at 12:00 p.m.


right to 5728 Lisa Lynn
@ rth i'352-47 9494
BIGESTATESALENOV.13.
14, &15, 8A, tii4pm.6859
Deer Springs Rd. Serious
collectors, vintage items,
RR Iantems, Dazey butter
57s7n it
per shakers, glass door
knobs, Holland wooden
shoes, Cookoo Clocks,
coffee grinders, German
beer steins, and much
more. Follow bille and
white signs, all inside.
FRI. NOV. 14TH. 8am til 4
pm. Sat. Nov. 15th, Bam
til 12pm. 280 Berea Ave.
in Keystone Heights.
SAT. ONLY 8AM TIL ? 7674
Kaibab Ave., Keystone
Heights. Exercise equip-
ment, bunk bed with desk
built in, 2 four wheelers,
$1000forlargeone, small
fishing boat, riding lawn
mower. Call 407-832-
9482.
MULTI FAMILY sale on Frl.
Nov 14 from 8am til 2pm
and Sat, Nov. 15 from
8am til ? On.Spanish
Moss Rd. in Keystone
Heights.
CR mi RD(a
sale. Catcollectablesold
tools, day bed mattress
and much more. Follow
signs.
FRI & SAT 11/14 & 11/15,
Sam. Multi family. 500
Jasmine. hiding lawn
mower, treadmill, clothes,
household items, some
antiques and more.


anddiaperjeanie, hunting
plies and items of all
MULTI FAMILYYARDSALE
Fri., 8am til 4pm and Sat.,
8am til noon. 746 SE 52
St., Keystone Heights.
Bed spreads, pillows and
St m Re SOFA, table
sawantiqueshandmade
quiltsGoChairforhandi-
capped. Fri. & Sat. 8am
til 4pm. 5154 SE 7th Ave.
Keystone- .
55
Wanted
WANTED PINE TREES for
pine straw, slash and long
needle, clean or not. 20
acre minimum, call 386-
364-6516.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Ttaematnr s a
plasticwithwarranty.Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
fion. New still in boxes.
Retail$5,600, sacrifice for


Bidgs. Pier Replacement
ma Dean ( u
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages-
JE1 0Y S2 AL NG WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or nott Will pick
Up anywhere. $125 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
JP'S DIRTANDTRACTOR
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.
HOMESTAR FINANCIAL
offers 100% financing.
30-year fixed rate for your
area. Call Gayle at (904)
714-1435.
65
Help Wanted
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.
B ORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for all
shifts. Excellent pay and
benefits. Apply in per-
ar ,8 S3 9R0d
964-6220, DFWP, EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE
ISNOWACCEPTINGAP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
800 S Colley IRd., Starke,
,FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Stare on Hwy 301. HS
diploma required.
PARK OF THE PALMS Inc.
is now accepting applica-
tions for the following
positions: Plumber/Main-
tenance with 2-3 years
experience. Assisted Liv-
ing Care Giver with 1
year experience. Apply
in person at 706 Palms
Circle, Keystone Heights.
Tuesday-Thursday, 9am


2/1 HOUSE WITH LAKE
VIEWILAKE AKC to
Wmsher/dy in luded.
$595/mth plus $800/dep.
Call904-614-7170.
3/1 HOUSE IN STAKE
WAS HER /DR YER
HOO P. $ / t4h
614-7170. ep
2BR/1BA 1.5 MILES from
Super Wal-mart. Light
& bright, great starter or
retirement home. Quiet
neighborhood, ceramic
tile, laminate wood floor-
ing, washer/dryer hook-
Up, $550 per month and
$550 deposit. Available
Dec. 1. Call 904-338-
6282-
3BR/2BA MH ON 6 fenced
acres, den, gated, next
to Bradford Co. Schools.
Available Dec. 1, $625
per month. Call 352-328-
5883-
52
Animals and
Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buythemat
the Office Shop in Starke
nni S s n
colorsshapesandstyles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information
POMERANIAN PUPS, 1
male.,1 female, 8 weeks
old, shots, wormed, sable
color, $250 cash. Call
352-485-2858.
SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
HUND MIX PUPPIES,
$100. Chihuahua and
Dachshund mix puppies,
$100. Wood for sale,
$75/Ioad, oakand pecan,
you pick up. Call 386-
FR11E 14 TENS .several
colors.Call904-964-6903
or 904-782-1010.
53 A
Starice Yard
MAS eT MS FOR SALE

5 I
utr ingichaitra
extension leaves, 35
wride, 55" Iong, $90. Rid-
mo ruw bagg rd
half price $700. Utility
a r am
r sd
a p tfo 3rm $450. Call
3 FAMILY MOVING sale-
Thurs., Fri., & Sat. from
8am2tilD2 G A
rngmbedm m, nd liv


FIBER SUEDE set Still
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berths. Griffis placed 27th with
a time of 22:33.18. Teammate
Ra9udpl coety 'sKel th e nd
of 24:14.28.
Also competing for the
Keystone girls' team, which
placed I1'" out of 14 teams
with a score of 271, were
Leanne Dye (25:05.10), Alison
Alsup (23:30.85) and Morgan
Market (28:26.37).
ye 'a coD slt treversalrof Ila
Wire glass Ranch wort the

n nsh ea sa
smoe of 88. Those woet ms,
runners in the top 15, will
move on to I rePional
competitioN turaes 3 aft ascod
ru o
to thp-flopping from last
inearvidvve t esttop Po 'o
Ghr mchonnsMacMHlhana loneth
19:07.38, while ArIel Grey of
Wireglass Ranch was runner,
up with a time of 19:28.44.
KOn eoutAo 6 ns
with a time of 20:03.85. He
was joined in the race by
teammates Josh Jimmeson
Parker Ci
(21:51.69), Jacob Brandow
(23:32.37), Andrew Rowe
(26:42.45) and Logan Evans
(30:55.98).
Nature Coast, which was the
district runner-up with a team
score of 66, had the top two
runners in Matthew Lambert
(16;19.99) anel Bruce Federico
:(16;20.23). Wireglass Ranch
won the meet with a score of


Swords (30:55.14)
Bishop Kenny's Sarah Davis
a'"fia'"ed a db 1 h rnp h
Stephanie Strasser of
Fernandina Beach was runner-
u with a time of 18:26.96
"Bolles, which placed five
runners in the top 15, won the
team title with a score of 42.
Bishop Kenny, which placed
four runners in the top 15,
re ated as district runner-up
Besides Bishop Kenny and

31 eaoc os
h lirlsbore ional comMpetition,
Stanton, Creekside, Episcopal,
Menendez and St. Augustme
will also advance.

Griffis leads
KH runners at
district meet
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer

wa lheeTiGirCls Fd0d
the Keystone Heights cross
country teams at the District 3-
2A meet, which was he d Nov.
6 in Br oks .Is' effort, the
Keystone girls' team has now
failed to qualify for regional
competition two straight years.
The Indians had an impressive
run in which they either
qualified the entire girls' team
or at least one member for
regional competition every
year from 1999 through 2006.
The top 15 runners at the
Nov. 6 meet earned regional


yards on a reverse to the
KeT es tr e Itaorc n"
righ P ,
but Keystone's Davis dropped
Thomas for no gain. n
incomplete pass and a 5-yard
penalty had Bradford facmg
third-and-15, but tight end
Scott Crews hauled in a
Winkler pass in the end zone
forT yharBdutr 'h v pdoint
was bdlockedh the ornat oes

19 .." .hmoonm sur
ch oTnmoan,)orceIngha
fumblbalWilliaB dfordo ving
the Tornadoes the ball at the
Keystone 49.
Keystone's defense stepped
idDavidr fdor 'yle WdHi s
d mwh e noon d- dfilr
Kyle1 o 16umrpdesdtoW
punt.
The Tornadoes picked up
two first downs on their next
offe iere lest e rthae drive

fumble recovered by Van
Wagner at the Keystone 40.
"You can't win when you
ttn sthe balla oversaw d '
possible, but it's tough to win
like that."
Bradford's offense did get
the ball back with 13 seconds
left to play, but Winkler threw
two- incompletion before
being sacked by Cravey again
on the last play of the game.
"It was a tough one for us to
lose," Hoard said. "Our kids
responded well, but it all goes
back to protecting the football
and protecting the kicker."
Both Keystone and Bradford
close out their seasons this
Friday, Nov. 14. Keystone
celebrates homecoming with a
game against Citrus at 7:30
p.m., while Bradfordtravels to
the Disney Wide World of
Sports Complex to play
Houston Christian at7 p.m.


Katie McCollum sets the
ball for a teammate
against Fort White. Photo
courtesAdmPhoto by


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Continued from page 3B
Indians their winning point.
Keystone built a 20-11 lead
in the third game and later,
went up 23-14 after Easton
delivered a kill and a block.
Gray finished the match off
with a kill.
Easton led the Indians with
eight kills, while Gray added
six. Katie McCollum had 21
assists, and Maranda Gibbs
had 17 digs.


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JOrdan place
in tOp half of
*
field for BHS
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford failed to qualify
any ofdits ruliners fo regional
country teams did each have a

d at endJnache lhe riof
ofAln1d2y Mu s e5 o 't
field with a time of 18:41.24,
while Christina Jordan placed
53n' out of 110 runners m the
girls field with a time of
2343.53.competing for the

boeys te5Teawhic slvas I e
Ta m terP( 1T8. s
Ramseur (22:14.35) and David
Weeks (23:00.21).
Bishop Kenny, which placed
st u nerswmh tahethceoorpe soFe.

Bishop Kenny runner Michael
Wallace won the district for
the third straight year with a
mae mat Coll5'3 er, His
runner-up with a time of
16:12.89.
Bolles, which had tour
runners in the top 15, was the
team runner-up with a score of
64.
On the girls' side, Bradford
did not field a full team, but
Jordan was joined by Jessaka
Robinson (25:57.21), Kayla
Garlo (29:12.08) and Sarah


INDIANS
Continued from page 8B

from Winkler, but managed to
finally catch the ball, setting
up a third-and-1 play that the
Tornadoes converted on a 4-
yard reception by Tremaine
Harris.
itsBradfordd then went ba
carried the ball four straight

idi'91-
G a epi kea upTh
kI taking tha pitch from
scored from there to cut
Keystone's lead to a
touchdown with 4:18 to play in
the ardqd rterdid pick up a

e itesdowhenonRthe endu
gaine ono t OonH a pasrs
Braedpford's Jones put a stop to
the drive when he intercepted
his ninth pass of the season-
easeBer mdostlaineter tions
seHo ever, the Tornadoes did
nothing with the turnover. A
roughing-the-passer penalty on
red- 3 t ot
Tornadoes eventually turned
the ball over on a fumble. That
ave Keystone the ball at the
Bradford 45. The Indians did
pick up a first down, but
Bradford's John Clark
recently moved up from the
junior. varsity team, dropped
Robinson for a 1-yard loss on
the next play. Keystone
eventually turned the ball over
on downs, with Adrian Mosley
breaking up a pass on fourth
doBr dford took over at its
own 32 with 10:02 to play and
got two plays from Reggie
Thomas that helped the
Tornadoes score their second
touchdown. Thomas' 18-yard
reception on the first play of
the drive moved the Tornadoes
to midfield. He later gained 25


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