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Publication Date: November 20, 2008
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Harry Hatcher admitted
if wasn't easy to give up the
position of superintendent of
schools during a reception held
for him last week,
After five years on the job,
Hatcher decided to let it go,
making way for the election of
Beth Moore earlier this month.
Hatcher said being
superintendent is a challenging
job and a humbling one, but he
was honored to have been part of
the school district's team.
The commimity has much
to be proud of in the school
system, Hatcher said, including
many hard workers who do a
tremendous job -for students
and the community every day,
-Progress has been made in
student and school achievement,
he said, although the journey is
not over. He said his investment
in the job makes it hard to end
his part in the journey now.
"Mrs. Moore will do a
wonderful job, but you get
invested into it, and it is a little
bit hard for me to let it go," he
said. .
Challenges include the
economic climate, which has
and will continue to impact the
school system, he said,
Hatcher thanked his wife,
Jo Ann, for loving him in spite
of himself. He also thanked
the school board, staff and the


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
As expected, the Starke City
Commission appointed Maj. Jeff
Johnson to the position of police
chief effective Dec. 15, the day
Sheriff-elect Gordon Smith's
resignation is to take effect.
Smith appeared before the
commission Tuesday night to
read his letter of resignation, but
he made it clear it wouldn't be his
last appearance, promising that
he or an employee will be present
to foster an ongoing working
relationship between the city and
the sheriff's office.
Although his dream to be
sheriff is going to become reality,
Smith said he had mixed feelings
about leaving the .position of
police chief. He thanked the
board and the' city for all that
has been done for him and his
family and for the experience he
has earned along the way. Stark
is the heartbeat of Bradford

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community for their service and
for allowing him to serve. .
"I just want to thank you for
what you've done for Bradford
County, for allowing me to be a
part of the team for just a short
period of time, and just continue
to support this great unit that ,
we've got here," he said. ,
School 130ard Member Stacey b
Creighton gave Hatcher a crystal
award on behalf of the school
board and school administrators.
"We just want- to say thank
you for everything you've done,"
Creighton said, adding Hatcher
had been a great example of
someone bringitig their Christian
faith to work.
Hatcher's secretary, Lila )
Sellars, described her boss.
"He's an awesome man, he's .
an awesome mentor. Most of
all he's a Christian, and he is a
wonderful leader," Sellars said.
"I have been so blessed to have
him as my boss." _.
A lot happens in five years,
and there have been some trying
times. One of those was certainly
when Sellars lost her daughter
to an automobile accident, but
Hatcher was a source of comfort
for her, she said. 1
. "There wasn't a day that went
by that he didn't have a Bible
scripture waiting for me when I
came in," she saidand no matter Retiring Superintendent Harry Hatcher shares a laugh with his executive secretary,
what it was, it fit her state of Lila Sellars, at the reception held for him last Thursday. While Hatcher is retiring from
mind. public office, Sellars was recently elected to office. She will be avyorn in as the county
commissioner from District 3 tonight.
See HATCHER page 3A


BYMARK.LCRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Drew Moore prayed for the
school system and his mother,
Beth, during the invocation
before the meeting on Tuesday
during which she \vas sworn into
office as the new superintendent
of schools.
The transition of power was a
smooth and uncomplicated one.
Circuit Judge Phyllis Rosier led
three officials through the oath,
beginning with Moore. Next was
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell who retained her seat
by a wide margin in the August
primary election, earning herself
a fifth term on the board,
Also beginning a new term is
School Board Member Randy
Jones, who was unopposed for the
school board seat in his district,
This will be his fourth term.
School Board Member Stacey
Creighton will chair the board in
the coming year after receiving
the full support of her colleagues
for the appointment during
the reorganizational meeting,
Creighton, who is from Lawtey'


Was elected to hot first term hvo
years ago. School Board Member
David Smith was appointed vice
chairman,
Moore is not commenting
on administrative and other
changes at this time. She did
however get most of the board
to agree to establish a second
permanent meeting time each
month, a meeting held during the
early afternoon that would allow
those who work evening shifts
to attend meetings, comment ori
policy and express concerns.
The board's regular meeting is
held the second Monday of each
month at 6:30 p.m. The board has
often used the fourth Monday of
the month as a date for special
meetings or workshops. The
board voted 4-1 Tuesday to make
to make it a regular meeting date
as well. This second montlfly
meeting will be held on the
fourth Monday at 2 p.m.
Chappell cast the dissenting
vote, saying she didn't like the
idea of administrators being
called away from schools While
school was still in session. She
See MOORE page 2A


Jeff Johnson


With her left hand on the Bible held by her husband, Len, Beth Moore was sworn in as


VyStar Credit Union has
opened its first branch in
Bradford County, and institution
executives and board members
joined local staff for a grand
opening Nov. 13 that drew new
members and well-wishers from
the chamber commerce and local
government.
From auto loans and checking
accounts to mortgage loans
and savings accounts, VyStar
members, who come from
See VYSTAR page SA


Pictured as the ribbon is about to be cut at VyStar Credit Union's new Starke branch is (front-back, L-r) Starke
Mayor Wilbur Waters, VyStar Board Member Ted Hewitt, VyStar President and CEO Terry West, Starke Branch Vice
President Christina Crews, Vystar Board Chairman George Berry, Vystar Board Member Michael Cascone, Starke
city Clerk Linda Johns, School Board Member Vivian Chappell, Starke Commissioner Danny Nugent, Lawtey City
Councilman Wayne Massey, starke Commissioner Travis Woods, Starke Commissioner Tommy Chastain, Sheriff
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Investigators with the Starke
Police Department recently
filed sworn compliant charges
with the state charging a school
bookkeeper with grand theft.
Aimee Hodges Kite, 35, of
Bradford County was charged
with removing at least $5,100
from school funds at Starke
Elementary. An independent
accountants report charged
possible misappropriation of
funds from the school during a
time period from July 1-Sept. 25.
The report was made available
to the police department and
a criminal investigation was
conducted,
The independent accountant's
report was conducted James
Moore & Co. of Gainesville.
Amongtheaccountant'sfindings,
there were no prenumbered cash
receipts were generated, for an
cashreceiptsatStarkeElementary
for the period indicated.
There was, however, written
evidence for cash receipts
in excess of those amounts
deposited at the bank during
the same period. That totaled,
approximately $2,280.
The accountant also noted that
a teacher did not receive the Lead

See THEFT page 2A


Hatcher retires








Page 2A TELEGRAPH November 20, 2008


MOORE
Continued from Page 1A

said she wouldn't approve of a
meeting time before 3 p.m., but
that would leave little if any time
for those who go to. work at 4
p.m. to attend the meeting.
Smith, on the other hand, said
early afternoon meetings would
not only allow those on shift
.
work the opportunity to attend
a school board meeting, it would
also be a blessing to staff to meet
during the day instead of the
evemng.
Jones said a work conflict
might keep him from attending
the earlier meetings."I should be
able to, but if that's the pleasure
of the board I agree that the
public wants to have a chance to
be involved," he said, moving to
set the second meeting to 2 p.m.
The only other business the
board tackled came during a
special meeting. The board
approved a contract with the
Northeast Florida Educational
Consortium for technological
services that primarily includes
networking and trading for
teachers and staff. According to
MIS Director Steve Miller, the
$7,000 NEFEC will receive in
exchange for the services will not
come out of the district's general
fund but from federal funds
earmarked for technology.


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$2,632 was also determined to be with former Superintendent
Teacher Money due her from missing. Harry Hatcher several weeks
the proceeds of a check drawn Though the report does not ago, Hatcher promised the PTO
on the internal accounts and specify how much, at least some board any missing money would
cashed by Kite, the bookkeeper. of the misappropriated money be returned.


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County, the business and social
hub of the county, he said, and
will not be forgotten as he moves
into his new position. Its citizens
pay county taxes, too, and helped
elect him. He said that-won't be


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friend and a partner in turning was proud of Smith and knows
the small police department into that even though he is moving up,
one of the area's leading law he will still be here for the city.
enforcement agencies, winning With that he and those present
both state and national awards. rose and applauded the sheriff-
"It's something to be proud of, elect.
andyoucouldn'theatthatrecord," According to Smith, Johnson
he said."We didn't have the most is the best man to succeed
money of all these big agencies, him at the police department,
but there's not an agency that can and several others from the
outdo us. I want to take that to department showed up to support
the sheriffs office." his appointment to the position of
Smith continued to express police chief. Smith said Johnson
his interest in..- unified law has been with the city 25 years.
~ enforcement. He also said a "I don't think there's a better
revitalized enforcement effort person for the job. I don't think
will mean drug dealers in the there's a person more qualified,
community will have .to stop from a degree, to the training
selling or go sell somewhere and experience, to just knowing


THANKSGIVING DAY THURS., NOV. 27
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

A MUST: Please call.904-964-6100 or 904-368-1173
to let us know numbers of adults and children attending

THE CHURCH WILL ALSO BE DELIVERING TO FOLKS WHO ARE
SERVING THE COMMUNITY SUCH AS POLICEMEN, FIREMEN, AND
HOSPITAL WORKERS.


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else. He's met with federal
representative on Tuesday about
being part of a larger task force
on drugs and is also working
with Johnson on ways to better
equip investigators.
"If you keep the drug level
low, you keep the crime level
low," Smith said. He promised
the board they would see the


the operations of the city as a
whole," he said.
There is less than a year leftin
the term, which is why the city
made the appointment instead
of holding a special election.
The city's next election will
be in September of itext year.
Qualifying for that election will
take place in.July: .
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to make some changes and there
will be some moves made that are
in everyone's best interest. Just
as Smith promised to continue
working closely with him,
Johnson promised to continue
working closely with Smith.
. Smith will be sworn in
as sheriff on Jan. 6 during a
ceremony that will take place at
the Charley E. Johns Confelence
Center.


COIISCting
tabs for kids
Bradford County 4-H
completes numerous community
service projects every year. This
year, one of the main projects
is a drive where 4-H'ers 'Are
collecting beverage can tabs for
Ronald McDonald House.
The Ronald McDonald House
provides a place to stay for
families whose children are in
the hospital
If you or your organization
would like to help Bradford
County 4-H in this drive, contact
6h2edxtension office at (904) 966-
Bradford4-Hisanorganization
that teaches children about
leadership, education, creativity
and community service.


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Editor:Mark Crawrord


Advertising and


Earl W. Ray


Noteworthy

Early deadline
announced
Because of the Thanksgiving
holiday, there will be an early
deadline and publication date
for the Telegraph next week.
Deadline will. be Monday, Nov.
24, at 3 p.m. as the paper will be
printed on Tuesday. The paper
should begin arriving in homes
on Wednesday.

Solid waste
Sites close.
for holiday
Bradford County's six solid
waste collection sites will be
closed on Thursday, Nov. 27, for
the Thanksgiving holiday, but
will reopen on Friday, Nov. 28.

V F W thee S
tonight
VFW Post 1016 and its Ladies
.
Auxiliary will meet tonight,
Thursday, Nov. 20, at 6:30 p.m.
The Vets' side will present the
teacher's nomination. At 7 p.m.,
the Ladies Auxiliary will present
the Silver Girl Scout award to
LeAnn Erdman on her 16th
birthday.
The VFW post home is located
at 250 N. Bay St. in Starke.


Join YMCA for
Open house
The Bradford-Union YMCA
Wellness Center located in
Stake across from Bradford
High is hosting an open house'
tonight, Thursday, Nov. 20, from
5-7 p.m. Bring the entire family
and learn about the benefits of
YMCA membership. In addition
to member specials, there will be
a bounce house, a chili cook off,
and food and drinks available.
This BASH is sponsored by
the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce. For
more information, please call
(904) 964-YMCA.

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High School have such varied
schedules that it is hard to keep
everyone well informed.
To ensure every senior knows
the important dates for upcoming
eventsseniors and staff meluding
Timmy Wilkerson, Jaren Revels'
Lorna Reddish and Angie Story

rt pria amdo yed wsletter
students during their high school
classes. -This year, however, they
have been working toward a
new goal-to get the newsletter
online.
Issues of the newsletter are
all posted online at www.
mybradford.us/bhs. Click on
Guidance, then go to the C/O
2009Page. .

P8ttn9TS f0f
Life banq et
Dec 5
"
Stake Women's Resource
and Medical Clinic's banquet
Partners for "Life" will be held
.
at the Gov. Charley, E. Johns
Conference Center Friday, Dec.
5,at7 p.m.
This is an earlier time than
originally announced because
hat pi snhil o al the SEC
for reh re II
be listed npth progmmaCoup
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individual sponsorship is $25. For
aidl,00t0he nosrg it usinex9i
not only receive a table, but full
advertisement as a sponsor.
Following dinner, there will be
acakeauction.

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Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, NOV.
28, by calling (904) 964-2007.
The Starke branch of the
n e dnM
no-cost pregnancy tests as well
as information on alternatives
to abortion, and support for the
emotional and material needs of
the young women with whom
they work.


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'November 20, 2008 TELEGRAPR Page 3A


CHE RH
Continued from Page 1A

Sellars, whom the.
superintendent called "Sunshine"
every morning, said she loved
and would miss Hatcher now
that he is retiring from his public
office.
Lisa Prevatt, the assistant
superintendent under Hatcher,
said it had been an honor to work
for him,
"He has just been such an
inspiration to me," I evatt
said. "I've worked with many
wonderful people, but I can tell
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for graduate courses in order to
obtain his teacher certification.
He taught at Bradford High
School and coached for three
years in the early 70s. He then .
worked at Hillandale Farms for
three.years and in the late 70s
decided to go into business for
himself. He bought and opened
the Western Steer franchise in
Stake in 1979.
Hatcher is also very active in his
church, the First Baptist Church
of Stake, and has contributed
to other organizations over the .
years as well, including the
North Florida Regional Chamber
of Commerce and the regional
workforce board.


everybody, no matter how angry
or upset or happy or sad that they
are."
That's rare, she said, adding
that she hopes to coritinue
learning the many lessons he has
demonstrated.
"He has left a mark in the
community for the students
that will not be forgotten," said
Prevatt. .
Lisa Graham, principal at
Bradford High School, talked
about the book studies the
superintendent had staff attend.
One was a book about leadership
called "The Servant," quotes
from which Graham put on a
plaqite for Hatcher, including


one about service and sacrifice
being the dues for the privilege
of living.
Hatcher was appointed by the
governor to fulfill the term of
Superintendent Buddy Paterson
in 2003, then ran unopposed for
the seat the following year. He
was born in Bradford County
and graduated from Bradford
High School in 1967. He began
his college career with an
associate's degree from Georgist
Military College in 1969. He
then transferred to North Georgia
College for his bachelors of
business administration, which
he obtained in 1972.
He: attended Georgia State


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and VyStar even has its own real
estate and title agencies.
It began as Jax Navy Federal
Credit Union to serve civil
service, military employees
and their families as Naval Air
Station Jacksonville and provide
them with a place to apply for
credit, which wasn't easy to come
by for working people.
Today, the credit union has a
policy-Once a member, always
a member-which means even
members who move out of the
area continue to b.e served by the
institution.
The credit union has around 30
locations and more than 350,000
members. It'd come alorig way
since 1952, when President Terry
West said 12 individuals got
together $60 to tartan institution
where people could save their
money and borrow funds when
they needed to. Today, VyStar
is responsible for around $3.7
billion, making it the second
largest banking institution
headquartered in Jacksonville,
West said.
"That tells you what a vision
can do when people work
together," he said.
According to its Web site, .
VyStar has opened four bran es
this yeRI;,d which Sparke i.s the


The Sunshine Quilters group
is proud to present a special
program on Friday, Dec. 5,
at 10 a.m. in the Bradford
County Public Library meeting
room. Award-winning quilter
Maria Wallace, who co-founded
Sunshine Quilters with Dorothy
Bartlett, will present a program
on the differences between hand
and machine quilting.
Wallace has won many wards
for quilts both in jur@d quilt
shows such as her quilt guild
"The Tree City Quilters" and
non-juried shows such as the
Bradford County Fair. Not only
is she. known .for her precise
stitchirigandknqwledgeoffabrid,
but she is a true fabric artist. Her
love of colorsense of proportion,


and.playful inclusion from her
treasure-troveof"findings"make
her "quilts truly memorable.
Bradford County Library
patrons have already seen some
of Wallace's work on display.
She will be bringing many more
examples. especially of hand
quilting. Latelysheishavingher
quilts machine-quilted locally as
there are some excellent local
machine quilters.
, The greeting roont will be
awillable from 9 a.m. to noon.
Followingthel0a.m.presentation
there will be materials available
so others can all try their hand at
hand quilting.
For further information on the
pr rain or Simshine Quilters,
call Bartlett at (904) 964-8175.


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The artwork in the VyStar lobby speaks to the credit union's patriotic roots and Its
commitment to families.


fourth. Tivo more locations are
supposedly on tap for next year.
He thanked credit union
members and said the expansion
exists to serve them and
future members. VyStar is
conservatively rthi, he said,
because those in charge never
forget that the money belongs to
the members. .
Those recognized by West
included Michael Cascone, one
of the founders of the credit union
and its first niember. Today, he
is a member of the board of
directors.
Judy Walz, senior vice
president in charge of marketing,,


'commented on the artwork in the
lobby of the credit union, which
speaks to the credit union's goals,
including quality service, and
its values, including integrity,
respect and caring. Credit unions
are about people, Walz said, and
the art serves as a reminder that
the institution is meinber owned
and member run.
Randy Swift, senior vice
president in charge of member
services, introduced Christina
Crews, who is serving as vice
president of the Starke branch.
Swift said the five-year VyStar
vet was hand-picked to serve
the communitygies laid she


was proud to be a part of the
team bringing the branch to
Stake. The opening has been a
successful one, she said, because
Stake is a great community.
Reynolds, Smith and Hills was
the architectural firm responsible
for the building. Dana B. Kenyon
Company served as contractor.
The building was constructed
at a former motel site acrosss
from Deerfoot Village Shopping
Center.In addition toa traditional
lobby and drive-through teller
service, the credit union also has
a drive-through ATM.
w on as a


youth and adults in Bradford and
Union counties.
-Eliminate exposure to
secondhand smoke.
tob cBc alud a de na ioil of
effective tobacco prevention
and d nl ng infrastruct
partnerships that facilitate
tobacco prevention and control
in Bradford County. .
The tobacco prevention
program will also co-sponsor
adult quit classes with Suwannee
River Area Health Education
Consortium These classes will
be free to the public and provide
a limited supply of nicotine
replacement patches.


Tobacco-free

partnership


seeking new
bers
The Bradford County TobaccO
Prevention Program is seeking
new communityrmemCb s to] n
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Partnership. The partnership
meets the second Thursday of
every month at the Bradford
County Health Department in
the conference room from 10-11
a.m.
The Bradford County Health
Department rece ved a grant to
uTu stsoba co pr ension
the community. The Tobacco

ntny sn Pr hg asnuddB udford
of year two of the contract year.
This year you can expect the
tobacco program to have a large
youth focus. The partnership will
be organizing and maintaining
the youth prevention club

in hAe ikdd e
will participate in state focused
anti-tobacco initiatives as well as
local community events.
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to.
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Stake will hold its annual
Christmas tree lighting in
Wainwright Park at 6 p.m. on
Friday, Nov. 21. Join city officials
and Santa as they ring in th
holiday season with music from
First Baptist Church of Starke
refreshments, including ho
chocolate and cookies, and th
lighting of the Wainwright Par
tree.
Santa will also be available
beginning at 5 p.m. for photos
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with a Cop event, which
will take place Dec. 17. This .
is the fourth year the police
department has taken kids
shopping,.and the program
has grown each lear .p
thanks to the hard work
of the department and the .
generosity of its community .#
partners.
According to Lt. Barri
Warren, Starke Police
Department is proud to once
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again help bring smiles to
the faces of deserving kids
who have been identified as
having a need, yet continue
to strive academically and r'
behaviorally in school.
' Warren said this year is
another chance to help Above, Hope Moody and
these kids. Financial donations SPD's David Schlofman. At .. .e
are necessary to make the right, Greg Kersey ponders --= 11
program possible. For et ers 5100 his choices with the help of
contributedanother child gets to Officer Stephen Murphy.


-.he r recommended 51
of their students to the program
last year based on their academic
achievement, disciplinary
record and their need. With the
economic situation being what it
is, there's every reason to believe
that even more kids will be in
need this year.
Taking the kids on a shopping
trip to Wal-Mart is not just an
exercise in consumerism, as the
police department found in the
program's first year and every
year since then. Many chosen to
Shop with a Cop demonstrated
generosity, buying not just for
themselves but for others as
well. Sometimes the need of
these children surpasses their
desire for a new toy. According
to Warren, when one young man
was asked last year why he was
filling his cart with clothing
instead of getting a new bike or
some other play thing, the boy
said it was because he needed the
clothes instead. ------
"That is the reason I know
we are reaching the right kids,"
said Warren, who responded by
purchasing a bike for the boy.
WarreiPsaid he would like to
surpass fastlyeair's total of 51 kids
participating, but the department,
can only do so with the help of
contributors.


route. By handing the candy out
to children who are still seated
on the side of the road, there is
less chance of a child running
out into the street.
There will also be no live
Santas allowed on any float. The
city of Starke is arranging for a
visit from St. Nicholas and the
"real" Santa will be riding at the
end of the parade.
Lineup will occur on East Call
Street in front of Shands Starke.
Deadline for application to
enter is Friday, Dec. 12.


"I know this elent will benefit
this community in the long run
when these children get to know
the officers that escort them and
see that we and the community
really care about them," he said.
Do make a donation to Shop
with a Cop, call Warren at (904)
964-5400 or (352) 494-3326.
Please make your contribution
no later than Dec. 8.
Wrestling event
benefits sh in
Opp
pfOgrail
Coastal Wrestling Association
will present an event at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds on
Saturday, Dec. 6. Doors open at
3:30 p.m., and the event will take
place from 4-6 p.m.
Admission is $6.T1ifshciw will
feature a number of wrestlers,
including Eclipse, Mr. Saturday
Nite, Ric the Reaper, Snowman,
Lance Allonte, Rex Huntington,
Wade Daniels, TPT, Nick Hunter,
Ghetto.Superstar-and-Wrld Man
Brody.
All admission and concessions
proceeds will benefit Starke
Police Department's Shop withTa
Copprogank we.ul.au m
IHOP and Whale Tales e
sponsoring the event.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The city commission has
talked about wanting to move
the annual Christmas parade to
the evening hours but couldn't
convince Main Street Starke's
president to make that move this
year. .
When the city commission
lookuptheissuchtstmonthMain
Street had already set potential
date and time for Saturday, Dec.
13, at 3 p.m. ,
After expressing Main Street's
reservations about a nighttime
parade, including the lack of
lighting on certain streets of
the parade route, Commissioner
Travis Woods said the question
was whether to accept Main
Street's recommendation or set a
different time.
The suggestion-from some to
go forward since it was too late to
beginning planning for a parade
in the evening this year didn't sit
well with everyone, particularly
since the commission has said in
the:past that it wanted to make
this move. If saying so a leap
ago wasn't enough notice, then
what was the commission going
to have to do to be heard some
frustrated commissioners wanted
to know.
Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner pointed out that Lake
Butler and Macclenny are both
small cities than manage to
successfully pull off nighttime
parades. Keystone Heights does
as well. Commissioner Tommy
Chastain said the crowd watching
the parade gets smaller and
smaller and moving the parade
to the evening was one way of
trying to bring more people
downtown.
"Downtown is really lit up
during the holidays. It's a good
time to show it off," he said.
.Commissioner Dimny Nugent
asked about security. Police Maj.
Jeff Johnson said day or night,
the police officers are going to
be in the same spot.
The fortuitous arrival of Steve
Futch happened mid discussion.
He hai reeno he prima c rad

the years he served as a city
commissioner and. before Main
Street was ever founded, and

heh itsrtonglyp rpapdos tnmy n n
hours. His problem with the
concept was reduced safety. If the
parade sticks to the well-lit ateas,
the route will not be long enough.
If the parade sticks to the same
route, there are potential safety

issqso men 'erLeasiloats in the

tplaem sl1a dbF c ied tdhern
was little interest in adjusting the
paradehours.Atnightzeverything
ud tbteoible visible on adflo
poses additional technical issues
for those building the floats.
Futch said it was fine if the

commeis on wanted to move the
is not one he would want to be
involved in planning.
"I don't feel comfortable with
it, so I would rather somebody
else head that up," he said.
He pointed to past, incidents
where people were injured during
the parade, and those incidents
took. place during the day. He
pointed out that the recommended
date and time were not his alone
but the recommendation of
Main Street's parade planning
committee.


"If it's a city parade and you're
going to dictate when it is, I think
probably it's better for you to
have somebody here in the city
under your umbrella that can do
it," Futch said.
In the past the chamber of
commerce has sponsored the
parade. -More recently, Main
Street Starke took on that role
for the chamber. Of course,
the parade couldn't take place
with out the city's cooperation
in closing streets, security .and
traffic direction, so it's always
been seen as a collaborative
effort.
Woods said to avoid problems
this year, the city should set the
parade for the recommended date
and time, then set it in stone that
the parade would be at night next
year. Woods said the city would
also have time to add additional
lighting along the parade route in
preparation for next year.
A lot of work has gone into
making dowittown look good,
and during a night parade it will
look good, he said.
Mayor Wilbur Waters,
acknowledging that most-of the
commission was in favor of.the
nighttime parade, also asked
the board to go along with the
recommendation on the promise
that next year the parade will
take place in the evening.
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The 2008 Starke Christmas
Parade has been set for Saturday,
Dec. 13. Lineup will begin at 2
p.m. and the parade will begin at
3 p.m.
Applications for entry are
available at the chamber of
commerce office at 100 E.
Call St. in Starke. For more
information, call Steve Futch,
parade chairman, at (904) 964-
2863.
The theme of this year's parade
will be "Christmas Stories."
Note that no candy will be
thrown from floats or vehicles.
Candy may be distributed by
people walking along the parade


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is sponsoring a Community
Thanksgil ing Sert ice to be held
at True line Ministries.-122 St.
Clair St. in Starke, on Tuesday.
Not 25.817 p.m. Eleryone is
welcome to attend.

The Joyfil Voices of Lawtey
will perform its annual
Christmas cantata on Sunday,
Dec. 8. This year there will be
two performances in Lawtey;
the first will be held at 3 p.m.
at Grace Cliited Methodist
Church, 1822 Madison St., and
the second performance will
be held at 7 p.m. at Macedonia
Freewill Baptist Church on Lake
Street. The cantata "The Gift
Goes On" created by Sue C.
Smith and Russell Mauldin is a
celebration of the birth of Christ
centered on one of the best-loved
Christmas songs of all time.
It features a host of traditional
carols and an intimate moment
shared with Mary and her infant
son. Everyone is invited to
attend.
First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights is presenting
its Ninth Annual Walk Through
Bethlehem. Experience the
wonderment of walking the
streets of Bethlehem 2,000 years
ago and listen to the story of the
life of Jesus Christ presented
through music. The event is
free and everyone is invited to
attend. The walk will take place
Friday through Sunday, Dec.
12-14, beginning each evening at
6:30 p.m.
First Baptist Church of
Raiford will host an Old Time


Thanksgiling Polluck Dinner
and Praise Fest on Saturday.
Not. 22.31 6 p.m. Southern
gospel and bluegrass group
Lighsoldiers w ill perform at 7
p.m The church is providing the
turkey and beverages. Guests
are asked to bring a favorite side
dish or dessert to share.
Our Lady of Sorrows Chapel
is offering traditional Holy
Roman Catholic Latin mass
on the fourth Sunday of every .
month in Starke. The Sunday,
Nov. 23, mass will begin at 9
a.ht.,preceded by confession. A
Christmas Eve-midnight mass
will be held on Dec. 25:alay
with two additional Christmas
Day masses at 6 and 8 a.m.
Masses take place at 838 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke. For
more information, please call
weekdays (904) 964-4444.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries, 863 E. Brownlee
St. in Starke, and the Rev. Isaac
P. Brantley invite you to hear a
"senior saint," the Rev. Bernyce
H. Clausell of Calvary Baptist
Church in Tallahassee. She Ivill
be accompanied by the Voices
of Calvary Singers at the 11 a.m.
service on Sunday, Nov. 30.

Kinglsey Lake Baptist Church
will host the Lottie Moon
Auction with auctioneer Bill
Brpd on Sunday, Dec.7, at the
Camp Blanding Armory. Dinner
will be served at 5:30 p.m., and
the auction will begin at 6:30.
Come and bid on Christmas
gifts or items for yourself. There
will be a silent auction, too. All
money raised will go toward the


Lottie Moon offering.Fot more
information, please call (904)
533-2018.

Hope Christian Academy, S.R.
100 in Theressa, will hold its
annual 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.
Bradford Baptist Church, 1.3
miles east of 301 on S.R. 100,
will host a revival featuring Bill
Rice evangelist Matt Downs
through Friday, Nov. 21, at 7
p.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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Klerstyn McKinney, Austin Sutton, Kyle Funderburk, Desiree Thornton, Dalton Page,
Emmanuel Johnson, Antwane Mitchell, Brandon Bright, KIwanian Winnie Holland)
Gregory Rulse, Baley Forsyth and Kyle Toombs. Not pictured: Teacher of the Month
Martha Boyette.


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because it is easy to use, and
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JACKIE PAUGH AKA JACOUELIN
PAUGH, et al.,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:KEV1NGORDONandUNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KEVIN GORDON -
RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN
A SDTRENS N49 Blanding Street,
Stake, FL 32091
AND TO: All persons claiming an
Interest by, through, under, or against
tY A Ea OD dtat an action to
foreclose a mortgage ori the following
describedpro ertylocatedinBradford
BF iCK2,UNIT3,SARATOGA
HEIGHTS, A SUBDIVISION AS PER
P BTOHOEKREOPFAGREESC)O3RDOEFDT
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has abeendiled agai te oub and
yourwrittendefensesifanytoph
action, on MARISOL MORALES of
GREENSPOON MURDER, P.A.'
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address
is TRADE CENTRE SOUTH, SUITE
700, 100 WEST CYPRESS CREEK
OdD, a % fiLe h Rr g nLaE, w
the Clerk within 30 days after the
firstorpubblicationDeofe is ic 0
otherwise, a default and a judgment
may be entered against you for the
rWliefNdEeSrSanMed iMhNeDCo pDainSt.EAL
OF SAID COURT on this 14* day of
November, 2008.
AsClerRk sNadRCMo
By: P. Halterman
11/20 hgelpi%7C rk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRAD RDNO 2U0 -d-LOOOR A
DIVISION:04
WALTUECRN 004R20G8ACGAE000386XXCICI
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
TANDY O. UNDERHILL; MELISSAT.
UNDERHILL;
Defendants-
NOTICENO CREEOF SGAVLEEN THAT,
PURSUANT TO THE JUDGMENT
OF FORECLOSURE ENTERED IN
THE ABOVE CAUSE, I WILL SELL
THE PROPERTY SITUATED IN
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DEp cl fD AnSd lying and being in
theNortheastQuarterofSouthwest
QuarterofNorthwestQuarterSection
bToe gpo6eSp u rng sic
as follows:
Commencing at a point 8 chilins and
41 links East of Northwest Corner
of Southwest Quarter of .Northwest
Quarter and run thence East 11
chains and 59 links, thence South 210
feet to point of beginning. From point
of beginnin thus described, continue
South 210 eet, thence run West arid
parallel with the Northerly boundary
of the Quarter Section Line 210 feet
to a point, thence run North and
parallel to the Easterly boundary 210
feet to a point, thence run. East 210
feet to point of beginning; containing
one acre, more or less.
TOGETHER.W)II-kan..,qasementfor
Ingress, egreassagtituttilties over the
North Fifteen (15) and the West Thirty
(30) feet of the following desonbed
property:
Begin at the Southeast -corner of
North West % of Northwest % in
Section 12, Township 6 South, Range
21 East, for the Point of Beginning.
Thence run South 210 feet, thence
West 210 feet, thence North 210 feet,
thence East 210 feet, to the Point of
Beginning. Except that portion for
Road Right of Way
public sraleatsodhathillh: m.
January 08, 2009, at the East door of
the Courthouse, Starke, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the IIs pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the A.D.A.
administrator for the Clerk of the
Court not later than 7 days prior to
the proceeding at (904) 966-6280: If
hearing impaired, (TDD) 1-800-955-
8771, Voice 1-800-955-8770. This is
not-a court inforrriation Ilne.
DATED: November 13, 2008.
Clerk of the Court
13y: P. Halterman
As Deputy Clerk
11/20 2tchg 11/27-BOT


945 N. Temple Avenue, Room 137,
Stake, FL 32091.
Dated this 13'" day of November
2008.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Cynthia Berr
Law Office of Marshall Dae nty Cler
1800 NW 49th St., Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Ph: (954) 453-0365
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AN AMENDMENT TO THE
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, BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
, BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
F RILDA SAENR INNGG AALGSEON THE
s BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
e through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
e as amended, and the Bradford County
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d amended, Dh enreRe e oa
r objections, recommendations and
r comment n rning n mdent
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E p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
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Courthouse located at 945 North
m A a pSic t e oard
, of County Commissioners, to amend
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F the definition of financial feasibility,
S ma eObj ctived 11.1 to add
L improvementsbudgetandscheduleof
capital improvements, adding Policy
s Vill. conacses m te of e sTn
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t ado levObj tiservi stand dsg
l maintaining an annual capital
: improvements budgeting process,
e amending Policy VIII:4.1 to add
financially feasible capital
1 improvements budedet, and amending
0 epF"ive-Year Sch ule of Capital
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to one or.more future date. Any
atr atF imes pbecea Id
A continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced durin the
1 public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
E At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear
to be heard with respect to the
F amendment,
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning and Building located at 945
t North emleAvenue,_Courthouse
g North WI SKrice, Flonda, dugjgg
e regular b nesKriburs.
d AII persons are advised that if they
- decide to appeal any decision made
m at the above referenced public
d hearing, they will need a record of
, the proceedings, and that, for such
E purposetheymayneedtoensurethat
. a verbatim record of the proceedings
; is made, which record includes the
A testimony and evidence upon which
E the appeal is to be based.
11/20 itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
r FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
Monday, November 24, at 4:30 p.m.
, at Gainesville Job Corps Center, 6301
n N.E. 40* Terrace, Gainesville. Please
e contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
t 5148 with questions.
11/20 itchg-BCT
f LEGAL NOTICE
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e FloridaWorks will hold a greeting on
Monday, November 24th, at 3:00 p.m.
r at Gainesville Job Corps Center, 6301
y N.E. 40m Terrace, Gainesville. Please
contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
h 5148 with questions.
/ 11/20 1tchg-BCT
:
0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
y 8'" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000360
h EMC MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
r Plaintiff,
t vs.


government ought to be all
OUtSide and no inside."
resident Woodrow Wilson

SNHRE:LTEheL S ONE
Deceased '
Th NOTICEr"FO CREt TEOsRaSe o
SHeURLE Ls TE ToONE, deceased
File Number 04-2008-CP-0107
rap nd ngCin )the irciui CPurtb
Division, the address of which i
Bradford County Courthouse, Pos
Office Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091.
The name and address of th
personal representative and th
personal representative's attorney
e set forth b .he decedent an
other persons having claims o
nTu n r recda s estat
e
unliquidated claims, on whom acop
of this notice is served must file thei
cl sR w hF th RCnrt ITMONN
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRS
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTIC
D EHORFTSERO)lCDEAYOSF ERTH
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
do creditors of he dl de
.demands against decedent's estate
including unmatured, contingent o
u dw hi musd %tlNfiTeHRh
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE O
T IERSTPUBLICATIONOFTHI
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WIL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Thekdea Nothe fi trpl lbcOa0ion of thi
Personal Representative
Shirley Ann Nippe
e
Br k3e62F rrirdea 3S2r6e2
Attorney for Persona
Representative
John S. Cooper, Esquir
100 West Call Street
Stake, Florida 3209
Fla. B ON .90%-4
11/132tchg11/20-BC

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BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORID
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-25
TAYLOR, BEAN AND WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORP.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DEBRA L. PONS; UNKNOWN
TENANTSS; UNKNOWN SPOUS
OF DEBRA L. PONS; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION O
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF
. FORECLOSURE SALE
r\lOTICEj$.I-LET( 2 ursuan
to a MotiorY esettiri
Floreclost) ed th
10* day of November, 2008, an
entered in Case No. 04-2008-CA
251, of the Circuit Court of the 8
Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradfor
County, Florida, wherein TAYLOR
BEAN AND WHITAKER MORTGAGE
CORP. is the Plaintiff and DEBRA L
PONS; UNKNOWN TENANTS)
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DEBR
L. PONS; JOHN DOE; JANE DO
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POS IONreOFDeTeHnEaSUBJE
sell to the highest and best bidde
for cash at the EAST FRONT DOOR
at the Bradford County Courthouse
in Stake, FloridA,. at 11:00 a.m. o
the 18m day of December, 2008, th
following described property as se
forth in set Final Judgment, to wit:
Parcel 25: S. 132.0 ft. N 792.00 ft o
East330.00ft.ofWest680.0ft.ofNW
% of SW% of Sec.11, Twn7S, Rang
21 E. Bradford County, Florida.
Reserving therefrom an easement fo
ingresslegress /utilities over yesterl
15 feet thereof.
Described parcel conveyed wit
30.0 feet easement for ingress
egress/utilities over following parcel
Northerly 30.0 ft of Westerly 1040.
feet and Easterly 30.0 ft of Westerl
345.0 ft of northerly 1238.0 ft. of NW
% of SW%.
Described parcel also conveyed wit
right of ingresslegress/utilities ove
the following parcel: Commence a
concrete monument at NW corner a
NE % of NE % of Sec. 10, Twn. 7 S
Range 21 E and run S 0*07'19" E.
along Westerly boundary thereof
157.72 ft. to Southerly boundary a
R/W of County Road 225 (Formed
SR S-225); thence S 77014'19" E.
along Southerly boundary, 405.77 ft
to centerline of existing rd for POE
(rd bearing 60 feet in width and lying
30 ft. on each side of centerline al
follows). From POB described, rus
S 00.7'19" E., parallel with Westerl
boundary of NE % of NE %, 378.11
ft.; thence S 15*15'41" West, 374.6!
ft.; thence S 20.44'49" S, 333.96 ft. t(
end of 60 ft rd and beginning of Rd
20 ft. in width and lying 10 ft on eacI
side of centerline; thence continue (
20*44'49" E., along centerline, 30.81
ft; thence S 21.12'57" E, 438.28 1
to set iron rod; thence S 21*22'11
E., 330.29 feet to intersection witi
centerline of rd. 30 ft. in width an(
lying 15 ft on each side of following
centerline; thence S 42*52'49" VV
274.13 ft. to set iron rod; thence (
17*50'25" E, 418.91 ft to set iron ro<
(last iron rod being 15.0 ft Northerl
of Southerly boundary of SE % 0
NE % of Sec 10 when measure(
at right angles therefrom); thence
S 89"53'43" E, parallel with las
Southerly boundary, 688.05 ft to iror
rod set or. Easterly boundary of SE
% of NE % and end of centerline (las
iron rod located 15.0 ft northerly 0
SE corner of SE % of NE %); together
withtheATcertain2000GrandMano
Mobile Home, VIN#GAGMTDO6655)
and VIN #GAGMTDO6655B.
Commonly known as 12429 SW 81'
Ave., Starke, FL32091.PPN:0866-0
D0125HX.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING At
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROA


THE" SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAP
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENE
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 6(
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Persons with Disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodation t(
participate in this proceeding should
contact the ADA Coordinator at (904
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8771 a


By Paul Barnes
Social Security Regional
Commissioner, Atlanta
The next open. season for
enrollment in the Medicare Part
D prescription drug program
is rapidly approaching. Newly
eligible Medicare beneficiaries,
and current beneficiaries who
are considering changes.to their
Medicare Part D plan,-should
mark their calendars for Nov. 15.
Te " 11open season wi run rom
Nov. 15 to Dec. 31.
The Medicare Part D
prescription drug program
is available to all Medicare
beneficiaries to help with the
costs of medications. Joining a
Medicare prescription drug plarr
is voluntary, and participants
pay an additional monthly
premium for the coverage. While
all Medicare beneficiaries can
participate in the prescription
drug program, some people with
limited income and resources also
are eligible for extra help to pay
for monthly preiniums, annual
deductibles and prescription co-
payments.In2008,theextrahelp
is worth an average of $3,600; in
2009, it's worth an average of
$3,900.,
To figure out whether you
are eligible for the extra help,
Social Security needs to know
your income and the value of
any savings, investments and
real estate (other than the home
you live in). To qualify you must
be receiving Medicare and also
have:
D Income limited to $15,600 for
an individual or $21,000
for a married couple living
-together. Even if your annual

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vehicle every

two ears
The Florida Department of
High Safet d Mot
way y an or
Vehicles continues to find
innovative Half to lift irove
customer service and offer more
convenience options. Motorists
can now choose to renew their
vehicle registration for two years
rather than doing it each year.
N h o h
ow, w en am tourist c ooses
the .two-year renewal, they will
receive a license plate decal with
an additional year added to the
expiration'date. For example, if.
your expiration date is February
2008 and you request the two-
year renewal period, your new
e t dat 11 be Jaxpira lon e wi nuary
2010.
: Through August, more than
490,239 customers have taken
advantage of this convenient


income is higher, you still
may be able to get some help
with monthly premiums,
annual deductibles and
prescription co-payments.
Some examples where
your income may be higher
include if you or ~ your
spouse:
-Support other family
memberswholivewithyou;
-Have earnings from work;
or
-Live in Alaska or Hawaii.
0 Resources limited to $11,990
for an individual or $23,970
for a married couple living
together. Resources include
suchthingsasbankaccounts,
stocks and bonds. Social
Security does not count your
house or car as resources.
You can complete an easy-
to-use online application for
yourself or someone you care
about at www.socialsecurity.gov.
Click on Medicare on the top right
side of the giage. Then click on
"Apply for help with prescription
drug costs." To apply for the
extra help by phone or have an
application mailed to you, call
Social Security at 1-800-772-
1213 (TTY 1-800-32'i-0778) and
ask for the "Application for Help
with Medicare Prescription Drug
Plan Costs" (SSA-1020). Or go
to your "nearest Social Security
office.
And if you would like more
information about the Medicare
PartDPrescriptionDrugProgram
itself, visit www.medicare.gov
or call 1-800-MEDICARE (1-
800-633-4227; TTY 1-877-486-
2048).


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LEGAL NOTICE
Che SuwanneBo River EDonornic
wu 1,l a meetinarof the B o
Dire2 00 6 On0 Mond n adDd t nmbh
Executive Compmittee members will
be holding a meeting at 5 p.m. at the
Sncw ierR tEcoBnmicCioun &
Oak, Florida
11/20 1tch -BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
BRO CFEOF PHEETRE EG t t
theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s)'
th d dd tsa de ses a eo .r
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of the
propertydand nam s) in which it is
N ba 2a0s08-00w
Certificate Number: 615
elNumber: 22904096-0-00312
Description of Property: The west 150
feet of the South % of Lot 12, Block
tCher anr rdSeudb nBo k p2PP ae
58 OG Public Records of Bradford
C sed da.
Junius M. Smith & Virginia M. Smith,
JuniusSmith&VirginiaEstate
n Bojad rda no rtty sStoa Mod
Florida.
bUnle deesu ertifi ate(st)o shall
the property describe in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
ot tyH8hestthBiudsder thkeeBrFaLdford
the 11m day of Decerilber, 2008, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
Bradford County Clerk of Court
By: Carol Williams
Individuals with disability s
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
con tthheanRecording7)Ddeapyastmr
to the proceeding at the Bradford
County Courthouse. If ntitice to the
individual of a deposition, court date,
subpoena, etc,.is less .than seven
(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 tN
AND FQR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATEplVISION,,
File Number:J)A-20015-gP-0.Q87
lN RE: The Estate of
MARY A. BAUGESS,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate 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
present ereap stehneat re
forth below.
AII creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
including un matured, 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.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims r
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file 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 the first publication of this
Notice is November 13, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Deloris Baugess
11306 SE 21" Avenue
Stake, FL 32091
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
O. Gary Moody, Esquire
MOODY & SALZMAN, P.A.
Post Office Box 2759
Gainesville, FL 32602
Ph: (352) 373-6791/
Fax: 9352) 377--2861
Fla. Bar No. 138289
11/13 2tchg11/20-BCT

REQUEST FOR BIDS
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
Avenue, 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.
11/13 2tchg 11/20-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 04-2008-CP-0107


option.
Biennial registration also
is available online at www.
GoRenew.com.
"Thankstothe Le islatureour
residents now have the option to
save time b renewing only once
every two yearsyat er than each
year. Vehicle owners will still
be required to renew their tags
by their birthdays, as usual, but
those who opt to renew for two
ars et to ski a ea said
ye g p y r,
Carl Ford directorof the division
of motor vehicles.
F added
or convemence,
the department encourages
motorists to conduct their
business transactions online by
logging on to www.GoRenew.
com. Customers can renew
their vehicle registration, driver
license, disabled parking permit
or mobile home registration, as
well as notify the--department
of an address change from the
comfort of their own home.


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decorations, customs, foods,
as well as music have evolved
from the Victorian era. Some of
these include the song "Dashing
arouse the snow- or -since
Bells" and the poem "'Twas the
Night before Christmas."
From the Victorian era we have
also inherited the tradition of
sending and receiving Christmas
cards; placing gifts under the
Christmas tree; Santa Claus and a
flying reindeer sleigh; fruitcake;
and stuffed, roasted turkey.
Come see and hear the college
choir as they "deck the halls"and
bring in the holiday season. This
event is free, no tickets required.
Please call (386) 754-4255 for
more information, directions or
assistance.


Go back in
time to a
,
Victorian
Christmas
A Victorian Christmas
Concert will be presented
Thursday, Dec. 4, 7 p.m. by the
Lake City Community College
Choir and the Chamber Singers
in the Levy Performing Arts
Center on campus. The singers
will be dressed in Victorian
holiday costumes, performing
historically appropriate music
from the 19th century. The
choral director is professor of
music Owen Wingate and the
college's choral accompanist is
Tim Redding.
The choral concert will
include traditional carols, as well
as contemporary holiday music.
Many of our holiday traditions,








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COntinUS.
tO 91V6
Dear Editor:
I would like to publicly
thank Harry M. Hatcher III for
personally providing an annual
luncheon for all Bradford County
school retirees for the past three.
years.
I also would like to thank.
the following for donating door
prizes for this year's luncheon:
Grady & Dimple Overstreet
(A & G Custom Framing &
Gifts), Larry Reddish (Sonny's
Real Pit Bar-B-Q), Carl and
Christie Torode (Lawtey Shell
Service) and last, butAefinitely
not least, I thank Lila Sellars for
helping to make these occasions
so veiy special. These Bradford.
County citizens (like many
others in Bradford County) give
generously and graciously!
Mary Osborn

.
[.00 king
fOr ward
tO n9W
administration
Dear Editor.
After having read the article
"Sheriff-elect prepares to take
over," I have been given yet
another reason to be elated for
the election of a new sheriff,
particularly Gordon Smith; but
"'vit has ban n eday me
full-time, and now a part-time
employee, all good news usually
hasta downside .nough that the
last several years at BCSO
provided little to no opportunity
for advancement for the staff
regardless of their time in service
with BCSO, or their ret ord of
job performance. Those position
openings generally were reserved
for, and filled by people usually
brought in from outside the
agency for reasons beyond "to
better serve" the agency and the
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the time, then a position was just
created whether truly needed or
isot. But to impose your personal
intereatd ain genda s s flhae
out wrong.
Career service hasn't been
of interest.the past 16 years* '
Hkethvvb er s fiwasbygs n
commissioners. The election of
a new sheriff,.and the changes
he brings with him, are intended
to improve the agency, and its
service to the, citizens. How
nri f sa feh tt ,mb
him some of the power of change
to make that happen? When I
.
voted for a sheriff, I voted for
one I believed cottld bring good
change, and believe he should be
given the opportunity to utilize
rlev us sbhen afforded our
Sean Hayes

Get involved,
make chang es
Dear Editor:


The .election is over and Thank you .
sometime between now and
early January the newly elected f0f YOur help
officials will take office. Once
againastheydoeverytwoyears, With program
a free people in a free country Dear Editor:
have chosen their leaders for Things With Wings wishes
the next term. They have done it to say thank you to everyone
without any significant violence .who participated or spoke (n the
<
and unlike some countries, event. Give a round of applause
nobody was forced to vote for to Staff of Bradford County
any particular person under Public Library for the meeting
threat of severe punishment by room accommodations. The bird
the government. For those of you seminar was shortened to allow
Who did not vote, you missed the 10-minute bird watch. Thank
the opportunity to participate in you to everyone who completed
your own future. Of course, what the surveys.
really happened was that you Thank you, Tom Wills, for
voted by default for the winner- great discussion on "Bees" and
In.any event, Barack Obama master gardener Juanita Hall on
_is the president-elect and ther-interesting TriflE oiP'Florida
such should receive .the respect Woodpeckers."
due to the holder of that office The audience sat in awe as
regardless of how each of us Jim Devalerio presented "the
voted. Remember also that there vampiric habits of mosquitoes."
have been changes in Congress The second series on bird and
and it really is Congress and not butterfly seminar will be given
the president that controls the in February to coincide with the
economy. "Valentine Bird Count." This will
We are a free people and have include slide show identification
the right, the privilege and the of birds and butterflies,,how to
responsibility to make our voices do backyard bird count, habitat
heard. There are several ways and nesting boxes. .
that you can do that, but probably If you or your organization
the most effective way is to write would like to participate in
letters to your representatives this event, please call Bradford
in the House and in the Senate. County Extension office at (904)
They should be short, straight to 966-6299 or e-mail seab01@
the point and respectful. I believe hotmail.com. Visit the Web site
it is much better to suggest www.audubon.org/bird/cde if
solutions than to just complain, interested in participating in
The people in Washmgton do the 109th Christmas Bird Count
listen if only we let them hear Dec. 14, 2008-Jan. 5, 2009.
from us. Barbara Searcy
Also, don't forget that every'
t om e aTo thhn I 'of Need to get
government. The changes in the
federal, state and local levels rid of that oil?
aresidult laasc cyrtanndt as tahe a rd FFAo can ngusout
vegetable oil
the people chosen at these levels. If your frying a bird this
normally affect our lives much Thanksgiving and don't know
more ire y. what to do with that used oil,
The concern that I personally drop it off at the FFA building
have is that recent events in our at 609 N. Orange St. in Starke.
county indicate that a.secular/ There-you will find a container
humanist movement has been for the used oil. You can drop off
insidiotisly permeating our oil from FridayNov.28, through
government for the past 50 the Christmas season.
or more years. God has been
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States says nothing of the kind. LicenseddcInsured
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shall no be allow oto establish I p 9 364-8628
religion. The exad Wording of- newluelawnwandscapenearar it.ann


the first amendment-is as follows,
.
'Congress shall make no law
respecting an establishment of
religion, or prohibiting the free
do roeo e ha ft
press; or the right of the people
peaceably to assemble, and to
petition the government for a
redress of grievances.
The only way to bring about
change is at the voting booth and
by contacting your senators and
representatives. You can also get
involved at the grass roots level
with the party of your choice
to locate and promote good
candidates at the local level. You
can help if you so desire.
David L. Dodge


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Woman Writes Historic
Letter to Her Congressman
BEXAR COUNTY-After applying Thera-Gesic"to her
arthritic hands, Mary Ann W.hand wrote a forty-seve,
page letter to her Congressman explaining the true
meaning of life. When asked where she had gathered all
the wisdom for writing such a mAsterpiece and why
she sent it to a government official, she painlessly
replied,"Noneof yourdangbusiness!" .. .


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Girl's birthday
provides
presents
for pets
Each year, instead of presents,
Lisa Horne and her daughter.
Olivia, urge guests invited to
Olivia's birthday party to bring
donations for a special cause
instead of presents. One year. for
example, they collected hospice
items. This year Olivia turned 3
years old and guests invited to
her birthday party were asked to
bring donations to the Bradford
County Animal Shelter. It was a
particularly important cause for
them because the shelter is \\here
Olivia's best friend, a peach
named Lucy, was adopted. There
they saw that shelter manager
ThicEyTaTes does the E she
can with the funding allocated by
the county, but it's a bare bones
operation. There are -certain
things the.shelter can alway 5 use,
so guests invited to the birthdal
party were provided a list and
they responded as generous(\ as
Lisa and Olivia knew they would
Canned food and snacks. pet
carriers, towels, blankets, dr_1er
sheets, bleach, peroxide, hand
sanitizer and antibacterial soup.
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Keystone Heights varsity football games for more
than 25 years.



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because he was, in fact, busy.
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could deliver water to the press
box.

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BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Unfortunately for the
K stone H tls H h Sch
season came to an end with a
shutout losryeto hasanbe
years, Larry Parrish was sitting
up in the press box, ready 'to
put points on the scoreboard


fordh lhn la s in aos h s
been a fixture at Keystone
e ti rsky foothealls r
the last 28 or 29 years-
Parrish can't recall the exact
year he began. During that
time, he has had a number of
memorable experiences. Some
have been quite shocking-
literally-while others have
offended his sense of smell-
ask Parrish about the smell of
bat urine in a hot press bok. He
has seen great players come
and go, with one in particular
attempting to return and park,
unsuccessfully, his limousine
inside the stadium gates.
No matter what takes place
during each home game, there
is ine common joy Parrish
gets out of going.
"I just like to watch those
kids go out there and do the
best they can," he said.
It is the best seat in the


house, Parrish said, but it's not
always so easy to watch the
ame. As scoreboard operator,
arrish is responsible not only
fordthe teams' scores, butdd vn
the ball is on, who' has
possession of the ball and
rnberar stl e b leacahd am
Bob Kinse and
announcerB Strube sta
n busu

Cokes and eat popcorn, bbut it's
tbusy faom 30 mlin h t fi
whistle blows, arri sal .
We're doing something all
the time. Even during halftime,
we're getting things lined up
for the second half."
Some people may not
always realize that. Parrish
remembers one game in which
the mother of one of the
Keystone plifyers fussed at him
for not keepmg up with which
team had possession.
"I told her, 'I'm not an
octopus. I'm working as hard
as I can.' She was not happy
with that," Parrish said.
Another incident Parrish
remembers is when Keystone
was hosting Bolles. Bolles has
a radio broadcast team. One of
the broadcasters, when they
-arrived at the stadium, asked
Parrish if he would mind going


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Telegraph StafffVriter
Neither team was able to
qualify for the regional
playoffs and join the quest for
a state championship, but the
head coaches of Union County
and Baldwin high schools felt
their players deserved a
reward, so the two schools'
football teams will play a bowl
game at Baldwin High School
tonight, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m.
Union head coach Andrew
Zow said Baldwin head coach

gta edpdon bi)lon t ayt3
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School Athletic Association

in such games durin the
specific dates the week after
the regular season concludes
provided the participating
schools have at least a .500
record.
"It's a great opportunity for
the seniors to.play one more
game," Zow said.
ThatisexactlywhyGiddens
wanted to play such a game.
"The reason for the bowl
game is because I am loaded
with seniors and wanted to do
something special for them,
especiallyothe ones who helped
me start turning this program
around when I took over last
lin td sai x wa
programs, but around here it is
a great change from the
ordinary.
Baldwin (6-4) was involved
in a close call when it came to
earning that sixth win. The
Indians ended the regular
season with a 7-6 win over
Hilliard. Hilliard scored a
touchdown in the last minute


of the game, but a botched
snap on the PAT prevented the
Flashes from tying the game.
; It was Baldwm's only wiri
over a program with it winning
record. Hilliard finished the
regular season 7-3 and
qualified for the regional
playoffs. The combined record
of the other five schools the
Ihdians defeated is 8-41.
< Hilliard was one of four
playoff-qualifying teams
Baldwin played. The Indians
did not fare well agamst two of

re e b pt 46T-rcl
game against Episcopal before
losing 14-10.
Baldwin, which returned 15

4-1 record at home. The
Indians scored an average of
16 points a game, while
opponents averaged 18.
The Indians and the Tigers
'played one common opponent
this year: Hamilton County.
Baldwin defeated Hamilton
17-6, while Union defeated the
Trojans40-7.
As far as picking an
opponent for his .team to play,
Giddens thought it would be
special to play Union, not just
because of the Tigers' storied
history, but because it's a
program Giddens is plenty
familiar with. Giddens coached
rLt eeBue dr t bl e
1990s.
..
I wanted to play a team that
would bring a lot of tradition
and really show our kids what
a perennial winner is all
about," Giddens said.
"Besides, I kind of have a
history ivith Lake Butler. It's
where I got my start."


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Christopher Hartley, 38, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 11 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for petit
theft.
Eddie Laverne Davis, 26, of
Stare was arrested No'v. 16
by Deputy Luke for violation
of probation domestic battery.
Davis was sentenced to serve
60 days in the county jail.

Hampton PD
SetS
checkpoints
The Hampton Police
Department will be conducting
vehicle safety checks on C.R.
221, C.R. 18 and C.R. 325 m
Hampton from l l-19 to l l-30-
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This will ensure the public
will be protected from faulty
equipment and unlicensed
drivers.
The officers will also be on
the lookout for other traffic
violations, according to Chief
John Hodges:


charged with removing meat
products from Winn Dixie.
Bond was set at $1,000.

Gregory Allen, 58, of Lake
City was arrested Nov. 4 by
Stake patrolmen for battery
on law enforcement officer.
Allen was charged when a
shouting match became a
shoving match between
supportersduringtheelection.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
Latonya Hernandez, 21, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 10
by Patrolman King for simple
battery and breach of peace.
Hernandez was charged with
hitting a juvenile in the face
with a shoe during a verbal
confrontation. Several others
were involved and were
charged by -sworn complaint
with affray. Hernandez was
yelling profanities, Patrolman
King said. Surety bonds
totaling $2,000 were posted
for her release from custody.


Joshua Stevens, 19, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 13 by Clay
deputies foi; petit theft.
Jesse Wayne Hipps, 22, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 14
by Stake Patrolman Shawn
Brown for trespass after
warning. Hipps was seen in
the Orangewood Apartments
complex where he had been
trespassed earlier. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Kelly Ann Turco, 37, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 12 by Clay
Deputy J.M. Allen on a
warrant. for worthless check.
Bond was set at $250.
Frank Leamon Kern Jr., 19,
of Stake was arrested Nov.
13 by Sgt. Murray for failure
to appear trespass m structure.
A $5,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.


White said. Bond on the
charge was set at $15,000.
Gary L. Atkins, 22, also of
Lake Butler, was arrested by
Sgt. White for domestic
battery. Hamm and Atkins
were fighting as their vehicle
was westbound on S.R. 100.
Both of them had minor
injuries, Sgt. White said.
Bond was set at $2,000
David M. Tyson, 30, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 16

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cocaine. Tyson's vehicle was
stopped for faulty equipment
at 4:37 a.m. A small, plastic
bag containing powder
cocaine was seen on Tyson's
seat, Patrolman King said.
.Bond was set at $15,000.
Christopher A. Willingham'
3q50 oflStarke S arkanested
v. y e Sg .
Richard Crews for possession
of drug paraphernalia. The
officer saw Willmgham throw
a metal crack pipe from his
vehicle. The pipe contained

st Inivool withHeesnidueson, 49,
of Gainesville was arrested
NMonk 1Lobye Stake trodmran
intoxication. Henderson was
walking around with an iron
pipe m his hand, cursing and
shoutmg on Michigan Street,
Patrolman Lowery said. He
smelled strongly of an
alcoholluend rrr e. $5,@
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Carol Maria Lunde, 45, of
Stance was arrested Nov. 12
by Stake Sgt. William
Murray for retail theft. Lunde
was seen removing clothing
and placing the items in a
carry bag in Wal-Mart. She
then attempted to leave the
store without paying for the
items, Sgt. Murray said. She
wf r release froumett-use
was posted.
Lawrence Welton Curry, 46,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 14 by Clay
Deputy M. Howard on a
warrant from Duval County
for possession of controlled
substance paraphernalia.
Bond was set at $200.
James Ray Hkrris 47, qf 4
a as r anNoJ ml0
Stutler for shoplifting. Harris
was seen placing meat and
he mMsartn al nts' le
n wa smsat$%00$82.29.

Marion Jermaine Asbell, 27,
of Green Cove Springs was
arrested Nov. 13 by Starke
Patrolman Clint Lockhart for
shoplifting. Asbell was


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with burglary
Two Starke men were
arrested Nov. 15 for breaking
into Clyde's Tire and Brake
on U.S. 301
Ted Edgar Manning was
charged with using a claw
h b ak I
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. a.m., according to Investigator
Kevin Mueller. Manning
e d thee busihnesrsegian
drawer containing
approximately $111 in cash
Investigator Mueller said. '
k th
Manning too e cash
drawer to is residence on
Center Street, where he was
Ilerarr sdted, Investigator
Manning 47, was cha ed
ith bg, rg
c iminalurgls h ef t band
set at $11,000
N oleon Bone arte Ballard
helped Mannin count the
stolen money. Ballard then
purchased crack cocaine with

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Ballprd, 51, was employed at
ueldre store, Investigator
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Richard Alex Scheck, 38, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 12 by Clay
Deputy R. Seeley for
traffickmg cannabIs. During
the execution of a narcotics
search warrant at Scheck's
residence on Lisa Lynn Road,
the officers discovered and
dismantled an indoor
marijuana grow that was
bemg actively cultivated in a
large shed directly behmd the
re de e, gro ntainSelel

marijuana plants in various
stages of .growth. Drug
paraphernalia meluding
marijuana pipes and a
marijuana bud grinder were
found in Scheck's bedroom.
The search was conducted by
Clay deputies and Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement agents.
William Paul Hamilton, 42,
of Stark was arrested Nov.
16 by Bradford Deputy Keith
McInnis for aggravated
assault, resisting officer with
violence and escape.
Hoam honvi t m. A teer bwe h

placed in the patrol car,
Hamilton dbecpmoea tlligerant
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and
showed signs of impairment,
Deputy McInnis said.
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Crystal Marie Vance's McInms said. A Taser was
vehicle ran off the roadway, used on Hamilton, but it had
hit a culvert and went no effect, Deputy McInnis
airborne at 2:15 a.m., said. He continued to fight
according to Trooper D.L. and resist until he was placed
Myers. Another vehicle in leg irons with the help of
picked Vance up from the Deputy Josh Luke. Hamilton
crash scene, but she was kicked and made threats while
r sand returned, Trooper tya nM I sd id T .
After failing field sobriety ndOon the charges was set at
testing, Vance was arrested.
Her blood-alcohol level was
.19 percent, Trooper Myers Blaine Ernest Rivera, 44, of
said. Keystone Heights was
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estimated at $2,500. eputy
Vance was also charged with battery domestic. Rivera was
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Poinsettias come two to a
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are available in either red or
white. Plants will be available
for pickup at Capital City
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Bradford County was charged.
with removing at least $5,100
from school funds at Starke
Elementary. An independent
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from the school during a time
period from July 1-Sept. 25.
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scholarships and also be used
to toward community service
projects.
The cost to enter the
tournament, which consists of
four-member teams, is $40 per
golfer. That fee includes golf
cart, lunch and hors d'oeuvres.
Stake Ford-Mercury will be
giving away a car for anyone
who makes a hole-in-one on a
designated hole.
Entry and sponsorship forms
may be picked up at the Starke
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Residents of Starke and
surrounding Bradford County
will get the opportunity to
usher in the holiday season this
year with a performance of
"The Nutcracker" by Dance
Alive National Ballet's award-
winningdancers.
"This ballet is a very popular
Christmas classic," said
Kathryn Lehman, cultural
program coordinator for Santa
Fe College. "It's a sparkling
production with beautiful
costumes and sets, tr uly an all-
time family favorite. We
scheduled the performancejust
before Thanksgiving to kick
off the holiday season."
Presented by SFC Bradford
Art Patrons and funded with a
State of Florida Touring
company scant, ene
performance is scheduled for 2
p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, at
Bradford High School. Tickets
are available at the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center, as
well as at the door. Children
and students are free; regular
admission is $5.
For more information,
please contact Lehman at 964-
5383, ext.4491.


Charles Curtis Crawford, 30,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 14 by Deputy
Luke for violation of
probation domestic battery.
He was ordered to serve 100
days in the county jail.
Andrea Lashawn Hampton,
31, of Orange Park was
arrested Nov. 13 by Bradford
Deputy R. Watkins on
warrants for aggravated
battery with a firearm and
possession of a firearm by a
felon. Total bond was set at
$75,000.

Alex Wilcox, 23, of
Macclenny was arrested Nov.
12 by Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman on a warrant from
Baker County for violation of
probation sale of cocaine with
no bond.

Traffic
Joseph Morgan Windham,
44, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 14 by Patrolman
Lockhart for driving under the
influence (DUI). Windham's


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percent. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for his release
from custody.
David Frederick Winkles,
31, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 14 by
Patrolman King for driving


while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS), giving false
name to law enforcement and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Winkles'
vehicle was stopped for
. running a red light. He first
gave his name as Douglas, but
later admitted to David. A
computer check revealed
multiple suspensions on his
heense. While questioning'
Winkles, the officer detected
a strong odor of burnt
marijuana coming from inside
the vehicle. During a search,
the officer found a marijuana
pipe in Winkles pocket,
Patrolman Kmg said. Bond on
the charges was set at $2,000.
Marco Antonio Castro
Marin, 19, of Florida City was
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Patrolman King at 2:39 a.m.
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Tigers defeat
'D 42-6
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f0f fOurth
Straight win
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Najeeb Smith scored twice
during a span of 35
unanswered points for the
Union County football team in
its 42-6 win over Taylor
County in the regular-season
finale on Nov. 14 in Perry.
'The Tigers fimped down- the
stretch of last season after their
- upset oT Trinity Catholic,
losing three of their last four
games, which included a 34-28
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was Union's fourth straight
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winning just three games last
season,
Union struck first in Friday's
game when Deven Perry
scored on a 3-yard run, but the
host Bulldogs (3-7) answered
the score and made it a 7-6
game in favor of the Tigers.
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long run after a double
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iilto the end zone, putting the
Tigers up 21-6 after the
successful two-point
conversion,
That was the way the score
stood at the half, but the Tigers
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"You can't beat a good team
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Bradford head coach Steve
Hoard said. "We have a lot of
youth and were a little
reckless."
For the second straight
game, the Tornadoes turned
the ball over on the first play
of scrimmage. The result was a
9-yard touchdown drive for the
Mustangs (6-5).
Still, it was a close ballgame
as Bradford utilized big plays
to score twice in the first
half-an 89-yard kickoff
return for a touchdown by CU.
Covington to answer the
Mustangs'.first score and a 52-
yard touchdown reception by
Charles Jones.
After Jones' score, which
pulled the Tornadoes within
16-13 in the second quarter,
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The Tornadoes were playing
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combined for a sack on one


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tackle and dragged defenders
to the 30-yard line. An 18-yard
run by lshiam Carter set up a
second-and-4 at the I1, but
Sam Voncannon intercepted
Trey Winkler's pass in the end
zone.
Instead of disaster, the
Tornadoes got the ball right
back as Voncannon ran the
ball out of the end zone. A
hard hit jarred the ball loose,
with Bradford's James
McBride falling on it at the 25-
yard line.
Carter provided several big
runs, with, a 7-yarder on
fourth-and-1 resulting in a first
down at the 9, while a 4-yard


that.lead in the second. Bryan
Holmesfor the second straight
game, returned the second half
kickoff for a touchdown. This
week's return covered 86 yards
and gave the Tigers a 22-point
lead after Alvin Jernigan's
PAT.
Aaron McRae, who
recovered a fumble earlier in
the game, Holmes, Marquez
Perry, S J. Simmons and
Kendall Wright all turned in
big plays defensively as the
Tigers continued to keep the
Bulldogs in check. Taylor
finished the game with minus-
4 yards rushing, while
quarterback Quenton Johnson
completed just 4-of-14 passes.
He was picked off twice by
Simmons and Nevin Johns.
Smith scored his second
touchdown on a 10-yard run.
That, along with a safety on a
blocked punt, had the Tigers
up 36-6.
DJ. Paige had a 96-yard run
that set up the Tigers' last
touchdown of the game
Union County Tinws staff
writer Teresa Stone Irwin
provided the information for
this story.

TOrnadoes
end SeaSon
.
With 24-point
10ss at Disney
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A failed o portunit at the
1-yard line and two turnovers
in the second half helped turn a
10-point game into a 24-point
loss for the Bradford football
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which ended when Terrence
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Bradford holding running back
Chris Smith to I yard on two
carries. However, an
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty on that drive kept the
Mustangs from having to try to
convert on a third-and-10,
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"We had a chance," 1-loard
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recovered the loose ball at the
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Augusting and Cardinal and
Susan Collins of Palatka and
Matthew Stanland, son of
Scott and Cindy Stanland, all
of Keystone Heights, were
married Saturday, Nov. 15,
2008, in Trinity Baptist
Church, Keystone Heights. Dr.
James Peoples and the Rev.
Scott Stanland officiated. .
The bride wore a white
gown with pearl beading and
carried white carnations with
blue accents. Leah Vanzant
served as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Jaime
Winskie, Samantha Bedford
and Kristina Ford. The
attendants wore royal blue
floor length gowns and carried
white carnations. Flower girl,
Julia Curtis, was dressed in a
white gown, also carrying
white carnations.
The groom was dressed in a
blacle tuxedo with a white vest
and white tie. Best man Jasoh
Stanland and groomsmen
Jonathan Stanland, Michael)
Williams and Jordan Hoffman


were attired in black tuxedos
with silver vests and ties. Ring
bearer was Colby Curtis.
The wedding ceremony was
accompanied by musicians
Matthew Smith on the guitar,
Rebecca Williams on piano
with Amber Rollins and Jason
Stanland as soloists. Jame.s and
Jeannie Peoples performed
duet musical entertainment.
A reception was held in
Trinity Baptist Church,
carrying out a blue and silver,
double-heart theme. The white,
four-tiered, square wedding
cake was served at the open
reception.
The bride graduated from
Keystone Heights High School
and is still attending Columbia
College. She is employed by
Compass Bank and is a
member of 'Trinity Baptist
Church.
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Heights High School graduate.
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Bushnell, with military honors
Visitation will be held Thursda.
Nov. 20, at Moring Funeral Home,
Melrose, from 6-8 p.m.
E MO
BROOKER-Patricia Yvonne
Harrell Emery, 73, of Brooker
died Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008 at
Stands UF in Gainesville
following a sudden illness.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Emery lived in Gainesville and
Qumcy but resided most of hel
life in Brooker. She was a
homemaker and retired office
manager of the Shands Hospital
UF Plastic Surgery Department in
2003. She was a member of New
River Baptist Church where she
was a longtime pumist. .Mrs-
Emery was preceded in death by
her parents, Mabry D. and Eva
Mae Edwards Harrell.
Survivors include her husband
of 51 years, Paul Emery of
Broker; three sons, Michael D.
Emery and Dwight E. Emery both
of Broker and Gregory P. Emery
of Quincy and six grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Nov. 15, at New River
Baptist Church with Pastor Jerry
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Countryman assisting. Burial wits
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Bom in Chicago, Ill., Mrs.
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years ago from Kissimmee. She
was a member of. Dedan Baptist
Church. She was preceded in
death by her parents, George
. Cavett and Laveme Seymore
' Cavett
Survivors include three
children, Kathy Dunn of
Hampton, Laura Lee Candella of
Largo and Gary J. Krolik, Jr. of
Illinois a si Ir, Penn n Evely,

grandchildren and 15 great-
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CONCERNING A VARIANCE
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Rochelle, 22, of Lawtey died
unexpectedly Friday, Nov. I l'
2008.
Survivors include her parents,
Mary Ellen and Dean Rochelle
and a sister Jesse Rochelle.
A celebration of Ms. Rochelle's
life was held Saturday, Nov. 15, at
Grace United Methodist Church,
Lawtey
Donations may be made in Ms.
Rochelle name to the Ronald
McDonald Hospitality House,
University of Florida Life Quest,
Mothers Against Brain Injusy or a
charity of your choice.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.


Parmenter and brother,. James
Lessig. He was a carpenter in the
construction field, dealt in
antiques and was a member of the
Jones Rowe Baptist Church. -
Survivors include his wife,
Margaret Ann Parmenter of
Orange Park; his mother Irene
Parmenter of Raiford; and a sister
Norma Jean Tidwell.
A memorial service will be held
at a later date. Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler was in
charge of arrangements.

H. Ray Grove
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-H.
Ray Grove, 84, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, Nov. 17,
, 2008 at the V.A. Medical Center-
in Gainesville.
An upholster by trade, Mr.
Grove moved to Keystone Heights
from Ft. Lauderdale 24 years ago.
He was a member of the VFW and
served in the U.S. Navy during
World War II. He was preceded in
death by a son, Jeffrey Grove and
a grandson, Zachary Shaw:
Survivors include his wife of 56
years, Margaret Grove of
Keystone Heights; a daughter
Deborah Ann Shaw of Lake
Worth; three sons, Mark Grove of
Ladke yGBanydGroveeof lat a
11 grandchildren and numerous
gre -a eas s will be held
Friday, Nov. 21 at 11 a.m. at
Florida National Cemetery,


Andrew Parrish
FLOIGHON1E-,snJree
.'Allen" Parish, 18, of Florahome
formerly of Macclenny, died
unexpectedly Friday, Nov. 14,
2008.
Bom on June 2, 1990 in
Jacksonville, Mr. Parrish was the
son of Tammy Roton of
Florahome. He previously worked
for Acousti Engineering in
Jacksonville and was a member of
Gadara Baptist Church in
Keystone Heights. Mr. Parrish
was the grandson of the late Carol
and Vemon Parrish and nephew of
thelateTonyaMcCoy.
Besides his mother, Mr. Parrish
is survived by his step-dad Junior
ClarkofFlorahome;asisterPaige
Roton of Florahome; a brother
Timothy Roton and his wife
Becky and their children, Taylor
and Macayla of Jacksonville; his
nannie, Judy Kelley of
Jacksonville. He is also survived
by two aunts, Angela Norton and
her husbaiid'Marc of Macclenny
and their children, Brittany, Hanna
and Lil Man and Jamie Swink
and her husband Larry of
Jacksonville and their children,
Kaliegh and Carter.
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Crosley was a Jehovah's Witness
who moved to Starke from
Beauford, S.C. in 1969. Although
known in the community as an
entrepreneur, Mr. Crosley was
better known for his life as a
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gibat-great-grandson.
Memorial services will be held
Sunday, Nov. 23, at 2 p.m. at the
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses on Hwy 301 South of
Stake. Arrangements are in the
care of Forest Meadows Funeral
Home, Cemeteries and Crematory
of Gainesville. Please sign the
guest book at
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PAID OBITUARY


stepdaughter Whittney aviorgan-
Garcia of West Frankford, Ill.;
three brothers Chuck Harrison and
Matt Harrison both of Lake Butler
and David Harrison of
Collinsville, Va.; and two step-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, Nov. 18, in Trinity
Baptist Church of Lake Butler
with the Rev. Michael Norman
officiating. Burial was in Dekle
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Fu al Home of Lake Butler


resident for 19 years. She was a
retired secretary, choir member
and Sunday School teacher at the
First Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights; lifetime member of the
Sweet Adeline's; and a volunteer
for the Lake Area Ministries.
Survivors include her children,
Linda 1 Vanderwilt of Green
Cove Springs and Reed N.
Claypool of Gainesville; two
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mrs.
ClaypoolwillbeheldFridayNov.
21, 2008, at 3 p.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights with Pastor lJibm Prose
officiating. Burial wil e at te
Florida National Cemetery a a
later date under the care ones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


.
Daisy Alvarez
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Daisy
Screech Alvarez, 94, of Keystone
Heights died Thursday, Nov. 13,
2008 in Jacksonville.
Born in Ludowici, Ga., Mrs.
Alvarez moved to Keystone
Heights in 1971. She was a
housewife and of the Baptist faith.
She was preceded in death by her
husband, Clyde Raymond
Alvarez.
Survivors include her children
Kay Alvarez and Dottie Alvarez,
both of Keystone Heights, Oscar
Wayne Alvarez of Melrose, Dan
Alvarez of Jacksonville and
Harold Stephens of Youngstown;
six grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
Monday, Nov. 17, in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev. Todd
Alvarez officiating. Burial will be
at Crosby Lake Cemetery in
Stake at a later date under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights. In
, lieu of flowers, the family would
like contributions be made to the
Northeast Florida Community
Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Rd.,
Jacksonville, FL 32257.


JOyce H. Ward
LAKE BUTLER-loyce Mamie
Hayes Ward, 84, of Lake Butler
died Thursday, Nov. 13, at her
home following an extended
illness.
Born in Gainesville, Mrs. Ward
lived most of her life in Union
Cou1n Sh oas a hojdo ake3
the Relief Society of the Lake
Butler Ward of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints;
former member of the Lake Butler
Chapter of the Order of the
Eastern Star and member of the
Lake Butler Women's Club. She
was preceded in death by her
parents, Calvin B. and Annie M.
McLeod Hayes; a daughter-in-law
Kathy Marie Clark Ward; a sister
Eloise Dobbs and a brother, C.B-
HaSqrvivors include her husband
of 66 years, Cleatus Ward; a
daughter Gail Ward Peacock; a son,
Calvin Gregory Ward and a sister,
it a Sau erdeo e ay
Gainesville; 10 grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ward

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Jean C 879001
ORANGE PARKQean- Russ
Claypool, 88, formerly of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
Nov. 15, 2008, at the Life Care
Center in Orange Park.
Born in Dravosburg, Pa., Mrs.
Claypool moved*to Green Cove
Springs in 2004 from Keystone
Heights where she had been a


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Edna H. Sweat
RAlFORD-Edna Fay 8 V600
Hollingsworth Sweat, 90, of
Raifold died Thursday, Nov. 13, Breh e
2008 at Lake Butler Hospital. JACKS VILLE-Melvene
Born in Raiford, Mrs. Sw Alma Davis Reddish Brehme, 78,
lived most of her life in the afea. of Jacksonville died Tuesday,
She was a homemaker and former Nov. 11, 2008, following alongg
telephone operator with the illness.
Florida Department of Corrections A native of Waldo, Mrs.
and a member of the First Baptist Brehme was a graduate of
Church of Raiford. She was Bradford High School. She and
preceded in death by her parents, her family moved to California in
Willie and Martha Gunter 1962, returning to Florida in 2004.
Hollingsworth. She taught secondary math and
Survivors include her husband English for several years before a
of 71 years, Mack A. Sweat of 25-year career in Tupperware. Shp
Raiford; two daughters Bobbie was preceded in death by two
Faye Sweat McClellan of Vidalia, sons, Dennis and Donald Reddish
Ga. and Patricia Sweat Tyler of
Raiford; five grandchildren and
"'A'n:at-gmnd 0 renwere held SAN MATE
Monday, Nov. 17, in the Chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. Burial was in Sapp
Cemetery in Raiford under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of ,
Lake Butler.


Jori Morgan
LAKE BUTLER-Jori Lynn
Harrison Morgan. 44, of Lake
Butler died Friday, Nov. 14, 2008
suddenly at her home.
Born in Starke, Mrs. Morgan
lived in Lake Butler most of her
life. She attended Union County
schools, was a member of Trinity
Baptist Church; a former
employee with Department of
Corrections and was a salesperson
for Wayne Frier Mobile Homes in
Mac enno9s include her husband,

Roger Scott Morgan of Lake
Butler; her mother Janet Fuller
Harrison, also of Lake Butler; her
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Harold "Bib" Garmon

Harold Garmon
HAMPTON-Harold Ray "Bib"
Garmon Jr., 34, of Hampton died
Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008 due to
injuries sustained in a motorcycle
accident.
Born in Sanford, Mr. Garmon
was a resident of Bradford
County. He was preceded in death
dhisis rotSh ,ol'arnestine Hall'
Survivors include his father,
Harold Ray Garmon Sr. of
Hampton; his fianc6 of 11 years,
Melinda Godwin, also of Harnpton
and several step-brothers and step-
sisters; four stepchildren; and four
grandchildren.
S urmerno I senim2 thel
a.m.. at the Theressa Community
Hall, next to Theressa Fire Dept.
PAID OBITUARY


Kirby Curry
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Kirby
Dickerson Curry, 70, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, Nov. 18,
2008, following a long illness.
Mr. Curry moved to Keystone
2H tsHe rvam a Jacksonvilmdn
member of Plumbers Local Union
#234 for 35 years, of the Baptist
faith and served in the United
Sta sry vt include a daughter,
Teresa Curry of Middleburg; two
sons, Keith Curry of Grand Ridge
and Larry Curry of Keystone


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22 at 2 p.m. in the funeral home
chapel. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to
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mark of the second quarter,
bringing the Hurricanes' lead
to 21-0.
Things looked a bit brighter
for Keystone on its first
possession of the second 'half
after Zack Davis returned the
kickoff 52 yards to the Citrus
46. However, on the next play,
running back Marcel Robinson
reaggravated a leg injury after
pickmg up 11 yards and was
out of action for the rest of the
game. He was replaced by
Kirtsey, who impressed with a
12-yard run. However, "the
Indians' drive came to a.dead
halt after that, and they gave
up the ball on downs at the
Citrus 30.
The Hurricanes' attempt to
move the ball down the field
on their drive was hampered
by three costly penalties and
they were forced to punt, but
they were given good field
position on their next drive. A
short Keystone punt, combined
with an unnecessary roughness
mfraction against the Indians,
placed Citrus at the Keystone
33. From there, the Hurricanes
steadily moved the ball
downfield until Scriven scored
on a 2-yard run with 7:14
remaining in the third quarter,
putting Citrus up 28-0.
Misfortune continued for the
Indians when their first pass
attempt on the next series was
picked off, setting up the
Hurricanes at the Keystone 25.
Citrus entrusted the ball to
Scriven, who, on three
consecutive carries, delivered
.the ball to the 3-yard line.
Scrivner eventually scored
from there, putting the
Hurricanes up 35-0 with 5:26
remaining in the third quarter.
Citrus, following a partially
blocked Keystone punt, capped
the scoring with a 37-yard
field goal with 11:01 to play.


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Dickinson said this led to a
lot of mistakes, penalties and
turnovers.
However, Dickinson
emphasized how pleased he
was with the performances of
activated junior varsity
quarterback R.J. Buxton,
junior varsity running back
Bruce Kirtsey and other young.
players who will have to pick
up the slack next season, when
many key players will be lost
to graduation.
Keystone, as reflected by the
lopsided score, was never
really in the contest. Citrus (3-
7) was hgded its first scoring
opportunity when the Indians
fumbled the ball away in their
own territory. This led toa 26-
yard touchdown dash by the
Hurricanes running back
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mark of the first quarter,
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On their next possiEssfon, the
Hurricanes marched 60 yards
with a balanced attack of the
rushing of Scriven and Derek.
Paquette and the pass
receptions of Paquette and
Cody Brian from quarterback
Cameron West. West, with
9:07 remaining in the second
quarter, connected with a
receiver on a 17-yard
touchdown toss, which,
unfortunately for the Indians,
deflected off of defender Ryan
Later's hands right into the
receiver's waiting arms.
After Keystone went three-
and-out on the ensuing
possession, the Hurricanes
blocked the punt attempt and
took over at the Keystone 28.
The Iridians were caught flat-
footed when West threw a
safety-valve pass to Brian out
on the flat. The receiver
lateraled the ball to Scriven,
who raced unscathed 30 yards
for a touchdown at the 6:41


teams interested that must be
paid in full by Saturday, Nov.
15
so, more informsoon,
please call Lamar Hamilton at
(904) 626-9433 or Alica
McMillian at (904) 966-l l00.

Keystone
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girlS YBA
CliniC iS Set
fOr Dec. 1 3 .
The Keystone Heights girls'
YBA program will be hosting
an all-day clinic on Saturday,
Dec. 13, from 9 a.m. until 4
p.m. Camp is scheduled from 9
a.m. until noon, followed by
lunch noon-1 p.m. and a guest
speaker 1-2 p.m. Games will
be played from 2 p.m. until 4
p.m.
Program participants will
not only have the chance to
play on that day, but will have
an opportunity to play a five-
minute quarter with a running
clock during halftime of a
Keystone Heights High School
girls' varsity basketball game.
On Saturday, Jan. 31, a
tournament will be held
beginning at 8 a.m. It will
consist of two different age
brackets: third-fifth grade and
sixth-eighth grade.
For more information on
YBA and its costs, please call
Jessica Carter at (352) .473-
4844 ext. 2314, Deborah
Feagle at (352) 473-1432 or
Richard Bland at (352) 473-
1492. Registration forms may
also be picked up at Keystone
Heights High School-
.
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On90ing for
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Dept. YOUth
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Registration for youth
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Stake Recreation Department
is currently under way and will
last through Monday, Dec. 15.
The sport is available for the
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the RJE gymnasium.
The fee is $20 per child and
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shoes or rubber-bottom shoes.
For more information,
please call tlfe Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.


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Christmas toy
ride set for
Saturday 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
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 begms in
the church's east parking lot.
The ride will last
approximately 1.5 hours before
returning to the church.

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Schools
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The Consolidated Schools of
Union County
Committee (formerly
Consolidated High School) is
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


be a fashion show for anyone
wishing to participate, door
prizes, food, speaker, music
andfun.
The fee for this event is $15
per person or $25 per couple to
be used for scholarships and
futureevents. --
Please.contact Eddie or Cora
Jackson at (386) 496-1670 or
Alicia Maxwell at (352) 372-
8668 for more information.
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Indians 38 0
BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph StafWrite'
A season in which the
Keystone Heights football
team had to battle injuries and
inexperience .came to a close
Nov. 14 When the Indians
suffered through their fourth
shutout of the season, losing
38-0 to visiting Citrus.
It was a disappointing' way
to celebrate homecoming, but
it was an accurate reflection of
a season that saw the Indians
go 3-7-their first losing
season since 2003. Head coach
Chuck Dickinson summed up
the game and, by extension,
the season by emphasizing
how much injuries-especially
to starting quarterback
Brantley Lott, who was out
most of the season-hurt the
Indians' fortunes. Other
injuries to running backs
Marcel Robinson and Thomas
Ricketts saw them only
intermittently available for
play.
"This, combined with
having many young,
inexperienced players and
general lack of depth, added to
our problems," Dickinson said.


- a
A Bad Year
I
f0f TOmatoes
*
takes final
bow this
weekend
This weekend brings the
final performances of "A Bad
Year for Tomatoes," a comedy
by John Patrick performed by
the Lake Region Community
3 Theatre
o .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 turning aside the
offers pressed upon her by her
a long-time agent, but dealing
e with her nosy neighbors is a
2 different matter. In an attempt
to shoo them away and gain
C some privacy, Myra invents a
mad, homicidal sister who is
a kept locked. in an upstairs
room, but who occasionally
a 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 Sadie"
and the nosy neighbors decide
it is their Christian duty to save
the poor,. demented Sadie's
soul.
The cast includes Tamara
Dinkins as Myra Marlowe,
John "Buzz" Dyal as Tom, her
agent, and Nancy Alvarez,
Tami Curtis, Matthew Eunice,
Sherehe Huber and Frank
Patterson as the locals.
Performances are scheduled
for 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, and
Saturday, Nov. 22, as well as
at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 23,
at the theater's location (across
from Showcase Advertising) at
218 S.E. Walnut St. in Starke.
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)
2Z6-4082. Leave a message
and someone will return your
all. Matercard and Visa are


Charles
Jackson
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tourney is
NOv. 27-30
The aimual Charles Jackson
Sr. Thanksgiving basketball
tournament is scheduled for
Thu day undaC Ntov10 -3
Pine St.
The eight-team, double-
elimination tournament will tip
off at 7 p.m. each night.
There is a $200 entry fee for


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Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorpe
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
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Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon

To place a Classified
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USE YOUR PHONE

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NOTICE
Qassified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been established with
the newl)paper. A$3.00 service charge will be added to all billing to cover postage and handling.
All ads pl by phone areThad back to the advertiser at the time of placement.. However, the
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$700,000, with or without thriving business.
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dock in great condition, ready to access
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Sheilalaugholt,
RealloI'

39502 29365 16301 1

* 2BR/IBA, Corner of Oak St. & North St., in
Stake, Remodeled REDUCED.....S59,50o
* 3BR/IBA, Orange St. Seller will pay up to
$1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....$99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lots on canal at
Crosby Lake ..............$29,900 & $37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
REDUCED $29,950
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* 9.82 ac. m Hampton-owner fin. ...$63,830
* 23 ac. m Hampton-owner fin. ....<.$149,500
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.R.16E.StarkeMUSTSELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA'
1212 sq. ft. Stake .............. $147,200
*NewHomeonRaifordRd.3BR/2BA
1246 sq. ft. Stake $149,900


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Special which is mailed to all box
holders in Keystone Heights, Melrose,
Geneva, Putnam Hall, Grandin,
FROrallOlne, and part of Hawthorne.
Advertise your services to the

people that need you now!

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904-964-6305
.
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Fa x- 904-964-8 6 28


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Pumps & &/QUALITYSERVICESINCE-

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KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS
Takh a Look at us Now!


Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools. banks
& medical facilities All units have additional oubide storage
Full carpenng and L inyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabiners
Ample parking One story only no srairs to climb
Lolely landscaping Panos & Porches for outdoor Illing
.consenent launars toolties Ne ws


(\ 418 S.E. 41st Loop
Handilcpappeyd in Keystone Club Estates & AOR I Y
(Next to the Golf Course)

Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


$400/mth. First and secu-


2i'sity 32H-4 -29
up dd clud-
Was a3n86-M 08
R ODELPEAD UPSTAIRS
DowntownStarke. $450/
th lus first last d
Call 904-9a6n4
cur ty.
3BR/2BA DWMFf11650 per
month. First, last and
ty. Call Mike Hanks
secure ,
broker-owner, 352-665-
KE8Y TONE HEIGHTS 2/1
EXTRA CLEAN MOBILE
DME. Available Novem-
t>er20. Safe, quiet lakev-
lew near town, screened

o $S5e5 /mt
FO ECN F TN61S D
eRd M BI HOME
yard. Very clean, service
c it Or
westofStarke. Call386-
2/1 NR ImRDONCR229.
$500/MTH, plus $500/
3s aln 7 r -
966-1396.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED
1/1 cottage $800 per
month, includes all uti-
lites, call Elaine at 904-
K T 3N RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus security


fo d a7m o


forappt.Singlesdoubles,
triples and modular.
AHR IEU
land/homepackages.Call
Bob at Sunshine Homes,
call904-964-1817.
EVERYONE QUALIFIES
VA/FHA, home loans, 1st
time buyers special I. Call
Lance toll free at 1-866-
964-1817
DEAL DIDN'T GOI Must
sell 28 x 80 6/12 roof
pitch, tape and texture,
a ton of upgrades. Save
on this home, its the only
Call Lance at 904-
9 -1817
OW Ro IAe e e
$2 w C


T g E EoSuin at
1 udn
rom ,
DElaineaORO4S96L6E2 B /
o emn nhe -
Mustbemoved,$3,500
OBO. Call 352-284-
3159.
1997 Manufactured home
3BR/2BA, warranted ap-
pliances, AC/H, skirting
front and back wooden
steps, for further informa-
tion calt352-818-9262*


,
as for Jessite.


FURNISHEDROOMSFOR
RENTI COMPLETE with
esMa Cro i o
tion.10%discountonfirst
month's rentforseniorcit-
izens.Roomswithprivate
bath, $115 $135n/wk.
Roomwithoutbath, $100,
Laundry facility il-
es ava
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
SeeManagerattheMag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303
WE HAVE20R3bedroom

SPME 10153 ose3prison
BRpOR ULKqEI R NTC11
8.248368 6828 or 678-
ONE MONTH FREE. 2.
AND 4WBR p
fitness center, computer
om hi pePie Oa
Apartments, 904-368-
WO T INGTONSPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
flent include ool,
up. rd andshPgarbage, ya ome
a6n2e7 nce. Call 386-
STUDIO APARTMENT -
- ULLITIES INCLUDED-


.r.-
.


Pe
352-307-2244.
BANK REPOS START-
c reAn b0 oryCa av
thousa ds. All makes
and mo els. Call Allstar,
352-622-9910.
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible f i-
.
dancing. For more Infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
3BR/2BA 1680 SQ FT on 3
acres, $779 per month,
$4,950 down. All new
paint and carpet, corner
lot ffh 5 in Keys

TI OFh L THEdEX

kn Tabutb r An't2pl8n
28 x 80 for $67,000, or
x560004 be r(ern
permits, well, septic and
erpoNllsh p
steps. No impact fees in-
cluded.3Cal ceorLynn
RARE FIND USED 28 X
2 1
super clean. 998
Fleetwood3BR/2BA.50th
anniversary celebration
series. Set up, 1 year old
A bi glat indow
see, must sell $29,995.
Call352-378-2453askfor
Bruce or Lynn.


2002eSUP R
vinyl siding, single roof
skirting, A/C, decks, this
a 3 7 153aC
BruceorLynn
BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
3/2 ON ONE PRIVATE
ACRE. Close to town*
one block off SR21, large
decks. 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. Call 904-783-
4619.
U 12DB o yE 8

01 70 44 R/C
904-783-4619
USED i4 X 70. WILL deliver
8n 46 200. Call 904-
BIG MARK DOWNS on all
om is reert dph-
Sunshine Home Center,
HW413017N.,Starke'
NEW 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
on ur ared site as
yo prep
low as $483 per month.
includes; set-up, deliv-
ery, skirting, steps, heat
pdmpd Slus appl a
904-964-1472.
COMESEEMECraigWise,
atSunshineHomeCenter


.Re 9 92
newly remodeled, in-
cludes3seperateoffices,
earkorum chene
heat pumpprewired for
phones, computers, se.
purity, 10-space parking
lot, $395 per month. Call
904-966-1334 or 904.
964-8786
48
Homes for Sale
$69,900 3/2 WITH APPLl-
ANCES BUILTON YOUR
LOT- Go to www.dugard-
CO0StrUClion.Com of Call
904-259-5008.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
r 5E5p0p0 r
H 5M 7S A FINANCIAL

to
714-1445
3B1 2Bm I r sS aid ts
2 tid dAa oom-
gec ejews t [
AC,$109,000.Call904-
964-8602 after 6pm.
BEAUTIFUL 2300 SQ FT
3BR/2.5BAon.5acre, lots
of builder upgrades, Key.
stone Gold Course area,
$289,000. Contact Kenny
Gilibbas wdth4 r Re-
LAND AND HOME F OR
SALE HANDY MAN
SPECIAL. Jacksonville
d St kea a laa 1:*:

ual o tbour in ,clos-
wnpa4ment. Call800-
49
MObile Homes
for Sale
BRANDNEW2009FLEET
WOOD 32X80, $69,900.
Delivered, setup, skirting
and steps installed. ,Call
904-259-8028.
2099 SCOTBILT 28X72,
. $79,900. 2x6 exterior
whal ta nddet x ust
setup, A/C, skirting and
st5e9%n2s8aliqd. Call904-
MUST SELL- BRANO NEw
2008 28X56 FLEET.
WOOD, $35,900. Call
904-259-8028.
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE-
DEUDE IV OEDL dD


INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pers
53 Yani Sales
54 Keysione Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 TradeorSwap
57 ForSule
Building serials
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacallonflravel


40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42191otor Vehicles
43 RV's & Compers.
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46RealEstateOutofAma
47onmm mperty
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
SO For Rent


Includes cabin with deep
wellandacreekonpaved
road. Asking $1,750 per

5 $ 0,
a ga te
4/4 HOME ON 1.3 ACRES
LOW 100's near Starke
Country Club. Also,
lo .95d r
9616.
47
COmmercial
PrO 9
NEW PRpOF SIONALOF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
d u2 ssauun -
$350 including ji utilities
andt e a 14 s

8531 today for a walk
th h
OFnTE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
I arkBra f31ndus-


BO8tS and
20AO6TDSS110CCKAZUMA
ObiaCc runs2gmat
2809.
45

PRtCE TOQU ALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Stnith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222'
A RwE E D FARMS
-140acres, one mile road

S n9 -2 E B re
AREA 1 1/2 lots. Call
386-496-0683 or 352-
284-7608.
NORTH OF STAKE, FL'
arc m ed
fenced, $3.000 per acre
cas s8s le terms. Call
HENDERSON, TN. 177
acres with, 4BR/2BA log
home. Lots of wild life.
creek, grassy lake, low
taxes. 5 miles from town,
on pavpd road. Call 731-
989-8062. Some terms
? AC R ES CLEARED
Sampson GirpiV"yhn't
mentary Rd 12794 SW
86th Ave, Starke. Includes
septic tank and well. No
impact fee if you wish to
move a mobile home on
tP ac w I oo:

2260 R SFlolliSOwUToH
land with deer and turkey.


40
EONU CHeOSUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. AII real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
A tFf 9 chHua
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
sta s includes il y 4
with parents or legal cus-

d d on5
18. This newspaper will
notknowinglyacceptany
advertisingforrealestate
which'is in violation of
a weby nr Edt as
all dwellings advertised
lanv i newspaper are
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number
for the hearing impaired
lis 1-800-927-9275. Eqr "
further information call "
Florida Commission
Numan Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.

41

soAU RnNSAUACpTir N

120s. Audion3MondaS t
lathe-mill-drill, Craftsman

i'E.iB"E't
entertainment center.
collectibles...Pics every
uo kww o t5h9 -
NE I 2 Ut n:
Col. Joel Kulesar AUl437
AB2240; 10% BP on all
sales.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
2007 HONDA VTX 1300
u e 5aoo mi s386

BA3DMC4gEDITCARLOANS?
If youhaveajobaphone
and $99 down, I can put
you in a car, call Jerrod at
904-364-9049.


* NOW Accepting
phCatiORS

2.t:BRUnits
* Incorne Restrictions
Apply
- "'t'r"ances;qsup/
*2 Playgrounds
* On-site Laundry
acil es Covered Patios
Wall to Wall Carpet in
Living Areas
Baldwin Village
Apartments
110 Higginbotham St.
Baldwin, FL 32234
TD 02 6382
"This Initiation is an Equal
Opportunity Perider
and Employer"


Qualify for
$500 Ile
co ge
scholarship.
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Terms of Sale:


Let us make 2.
your dream of
owning a home

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Cownerelal 0 Resigential Real Estats
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Realler Realigr


MarlenaPalmer lenullerUaughan CharagileWhitleraore JuliaMorrow
Realler Reallor Realtor Healtor

(904) 964-9222 ?
TOLL FREE: 1-877-269-6577 -
415 East Call Street. Stare, FL ,

dHlf Cdill/1...3dHIfVRHk' ,
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Same Orlk'f 15 (fedTS/ neanor


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Read our Classifieds on the


Classified Ads


63 Love Lines
64 Business Op ortunity
65 Help Want
66 Investment O ortunky
67 Hunting Lan or Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 FoodSupplements
a ods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
(01141884-5000
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com


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FRIENDS HELPING FM ENDS, INC.

Every Friday 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.

oasit o sotAndd fth at Gigantic Benefit
grocery items. A full 4 Auctions
hours! Most all types of Starts at 6 p.m.

m eMm h q Mo w ap n es,
USt in time for Saturday tools, yard and hand tools
d
er undayamar .cMosit shop pto)wer tools, ranges,
use. This is a huge washersdryers & so much
dealers sale, public is more.Dealers and public
invited. invited.
Don'tmiss either ofthese
Same Location: 3 min. huge auctions.
from Starke on Hwy


Call (904) 364-3917 to order.
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*

Orks
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7800 Bell will be holding a job fair on .
ThUfSday, Nov. 20th in the Starke
80ridaWorks office from 9 a.m.-12 noon. They
afS ilifing fOr Management positions only.
PIGSSG COme interview ready with resume.
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*Road Building
*Driveways .
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.
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10nger to find a buyer...
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I


Construction .
www.Heavy5.com
Use code FLCNH"
or call (866)218-
2763. .
Post Office Now
HirinM Avg Pay
$20 r or $57K/
yr Including
Federal Benefits
and OT. Placed by
adSource not
affiliated w/USPS
hfit?'hires. Call
(8661713-4492.
Health
Feeling Anxious
About The Future?
Buy and read
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N Free
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Ask About Mini
Vacation!
COUNTRY ACREAGE
- By Owner 5 Acres,
Beautiful
Mountaintop log
cabin site w/
breathtaking views,
gently rolling
property ,
surrounded by
woods, 30mins.
from Cookeville,
$29,900. Owher
financing (931)445-
361 1.
NC MOUNTAINS 2+
acres with great
view, very private,
big trees, waterfalls
& large public lake
nearby, $49,500
Bank financing.
(866)789-8535.
NORTH CAROLINA
MOUNTAINS -
Handyman special
bordering U.S.F.S.
paved dr., well,
septic single wide
with shop near Lake
Nantabala, borders
paved road. Only
$49,000. http://
valleytownrealty.co


Se I
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bidgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-06$3.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has mon to lend for
M.H. & I packages.
JE TY S2 G WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
Up anC 1 r $1 5 6n5
0
or 904-782-9822.
JP'SDIRTAND-TRACTOR
WORK. We haul, fill dirt,
hardpan, topsoil, gravel,
rock, slag. You need
it, we can get it... Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
HOUSECLEANING refer'
ce assary. Call

65
Help Wanted
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
d e6E ceHent p%
person at 808 S Colley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091,
904E964-6220,DFWP,


FAARM l"RESHFGr EoEN
tion, call Wayne or Suzie
at 904-964-5456.
2 NEW X BOX360gaines,
a digital media player,
andspiderwickchronicles
book set with case. All
brand new. Call 904-966-
1071 for details.
BOSTITCH, FULL HEAD
nailgun, $175. Hitachi, 1
3/4coilnailer, $225. Bare-
ly useu ev-t-StS4-1 some nails included. Call
anytime, leave a mes-
2 S N OOM
tablewith21eefs,6chairs,
medium in color, $150.
Entertainment Center
for any big screen TV, 2
side pantils with glass
and lights, light colored
wood $300. Call 904-364-
- 7467.
BEAUTIFUL STEJELBUILD-
INGS Utility, Industrial,
Commercial. discounted,
canerectIocalconsultant.
Cah904-7 -4743ors

POrD.cNm Oj3 OSFA E
Blue, 8GB, used once
$125, cali904-964-2297'
LARGE CAPACITY WASH:
ERS OR DRYERS, $75
AND UP with warranty
ASCS R 2L S of
refrigerators. $150 and
th t Call
904-164-8warrany


Reystone Yara
MU I ASMILYYARDSALE
Fri., 8am til4pm and Sat.
8amto?.6703Woodlany
Dr., Keystone Heights
Beds reads, pillows, TV
newhpusehold items '
WOOD KITCHEN TABLE
with 3uchai OBO.
utmrpmonitor $50. Doll
ousefurnishing, crochet
blankets $15 & up. Glass
canning gars $2.50 each.
Saturday and Sunday
noondib6pm. Call 352-
LAKE GENEVA ESTATES
Flousehold, decorative'
children's clothing for all.
New and used collect-
ibles. Christmas Shop.
391 SE 28th Loop. Sat-
urday from 8am til ?
FRI. & SAT. 9am til 4pm
Antiques, cars, M & M
collectibles, Longaberger
baskets and plants. 7816
TwinLakesRd
SAT.mN603 4 yn Ra ,
off BrooklynBayRoad.
Dresser, hope chest, gifts,
small amounts of wood
and tile, much more.
MULTI-FAMILY SALE Fri.
& Sat. Sam til 4pm. AII
kinds stu#, s ened
Springs Road.
53 C
LakeButler .
Yard Sales
M AMI ya2r2 ale.
7am to ? (Reiman-White- .
head) 430 SW 11th St.
Children's toys & clothes,
n r itwome slinlo -
household & much more.
-


a idr na ,sceheno
graduate, extremely
knowledgeable in com-
puter use and software
applications. Teaching
experience preferred,
Valid FL dnver's license,
clean driving record re-
quired. $9.25 per hour, 4
hours/weekonTuesdays.
Apply in person to New
River Cooperative, 110
N. Lake Ave., Lake But-
ler. Applications close on
APDTPM2j NANCE part
time, Baldwin Groves,
510 Duval Circle, Bald-
w 9 112 4- 4070,
71
F fm
E ui ment
FAR AL SUPER A, roll-
Ing cultivators, fertilizer
hopper, middle bust-
ers, sweeps & bedders,
$3,500 OBO. Call 904-
303-4834.


<$-
=^sm per
Senior Office
Assistant
lerbcalepo ti kin
ge er
County Center.

comppree dt deo
equipment for
classes, make
advising
appointments for
students, fax class
materials to
instructors, assist
in proctoring tests,
serve as the

repre onegct eto
community. Must

"a gt=,h chool
equivalent with 2
years clerical
experience,
Additional
education may
substitute for
e Mu
xp e od st
computer skills and
go ill"te sonal
$21,612 annually
plus benefits.
College application
required. Application
deadline: 12/3/08
Position details and
application available
on thd web at: http://
www.Iakecitycc.edu
1 ni inquiries: Human
t ch Resour:.s
Lake Or, C.:mmure;

1 EC 0 e
2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
E-Mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.
LCCC is aecdcuedited by
the Commission on
tCeo ou en
Association of Colleges
and Schools.
VP/ADEA uEA/t oO Conege
Employment


deposit. Near schools'
ho1erdjn Itrashasndwqcse
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL-3/2.
$750/mthrentplusdepos
it.Nearschoolsfencedin
backyard, trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
2BR HOUSE. 1st. Iast, de
posit, $600 per month.
Call 904-964-7066-
3BR/2BA HOUSE, CH/A.
Sat de1n encGM7y ddn
month + $300 sec. de-
posit. References, service
animalsonly,1yearlease.
Call 352-262-2586-
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT 3/1 IN CITY LIM-
ITS. $500/mth, $500/dep.
Also,3/2onSR121. Ref-
erences required, call
904-364-8535.
MOBILE HOME 2/1 IN MEL-
ROSE-Niceopenlayout.
99d5 dpluCa 3 2 n-
FO6fR NT,2BRMH,$400
per month. Service ani-
mals only. Call 352-468-
1455.
3BR/2BA MH ON 6 fenced
acres, den, gated, next
B dbledD $
per month. Call 352-328-
5883
2BcReqoMoHn$60 r
monthplussecurity,352-
2B4R7 A H, pest control
and lawn service include
ed, $500 per month, first
and last monthsrentplus
$300 d posit. Call 904-
3BR/2BA DW on 2 acrbs
v ith pole barn. Bayless
Hwy, $675per month plus

D Hsit Call904-368-
DECK, fenced back yard,
on5acresroomforagar.
dene$8 rmon ,w
Stan at 904-753-7168.
8 CR ABAn Rapp EcAe
la rd,$53S+de
it, meH 04-864-8301pos-
OWMH IN COUNTRY SET-
TING3BR/2BAHampton.
SW at the same locatiori
als il CR 14.
NICE, NEAT & NOT WAIT.
Ne 2BR/2 A ngI
city water, all applianan-
ces, $495 rent and $600
security. Credit report
.required. Carroll Rentals
& Management, Inc., 352-
473-1025.
RENT OR OWN. 3BR/
1.5BA, Keystone Heights
area. Call Polly at 352-
478-1190.
STAKE 2 HOMES TO
choose from 3/2 DWMH
With CkUA, SSAtimth
plus deposII 2BRil 5BA


2/ 3 2
WITH FRONT SCREEN
PORCH AND UTILITY
ROOM. $475/mth, many
extras, senior discount.
Call 904-964-8218.


gy
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-OUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, withwarranty.Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
BE OT 7SE8p7 iece
Beautiful cherry qpeen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
light ane Mchest v -
*
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail$5,600,sacrificefor
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly Retail, $1,500.
vaecri ,-3 5- 03Cande"
KEPNOMOOLREAASNHDEWSHIRL-
dryers, new type $95
and up each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
US9E 8C bPUTERS,$99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6M1.


BRADFORD TI-RVIACE IS
OWATAONS bNNGMA
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220 *

DFWP, EOE.
CASE MANAGER FULL
TIME Union County. Re-
sponsible for client case
records, client assess-
ments, case plans, and
coaw nrnannedrn
High School graduate/or
related experience. Sub-
mit resume to Suwannee
River Economic Council,
Inc. P.O. Box 70, Live
Oak, FL32064. Call (386)
362-4115, Voice/TDD, Af-
firmativeActionEmployer,
Deadline: November 25,
2008 at 12:00 p.m.
NEW RIVER PUBLIC LI-
BRARY. Cooperative:
Teacher for computer


.,
m.ammar
....ou,"
Coordinator of
Library Research
The position of
cssib 61
job providing
reference services
to library users, on
campus or at
distance learning
sites. The reference
librarian also
provides individual
library instruction to

stude ts t th r
Degree in Libran;
2::::.'::
Association
accredited school
required.
Salary: $37,500
annually, plus
b fitene s.
Application DOeadline:
College application
and copies of
transcripts required'
All foreign transcripts
must be submitted
with a translation
and evaluation.
Position details and
PP location available
on the web at: http://
www.Iakecitycc.edu
' "Ill uirief: Human
a 19519 Resources i
Lake City Community

14L C 0 I e
2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
E-Mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
Commission on Colleges
theSoutherdAssociation
of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
E madon ad


BRADFORD ST., STARE
S3C/2HOLOOLSETNS ARKaE
pump, new windows,
carpet and wood floors.
Family safe neighbor-
hood. Big, open back
yard for privacy. Rent is
$750 per month, deposit
Ired, references re-
ued. Call 814-257-
9825or352-258-1269.
BIG BEAUTIFUL HOME
2900 SQ FT, 48R/3BA
only $1,000 per month,
you can't go wrong great
19o6c5adon. Call 904-710-
INCREDIBLE DEAL LAKE
FRONT hqmes only sub-
division, your own dock,
awesome view, $1000
permonthOBOCall904-
710-9650-
3BR/2BA DWMH with fir
place, ceiling fans, on 3
acres, animals allowed.
First & last months rent.
Stake area, call904-769-

H RF RARRKEENTOU2
TRYCLUB. $550/mth.
includes laundry room.
Call904-769-9616.
3BR/2BADWQR 233, $600
per month plus damage
deposit. No calls after
1B9Rp RN%9H D6 Pp.with
carport, ori Lake Geneva
and SR 100, Keystone
hh c IS -028
KE4Y ONE 4BR/2BA with
cathedraIceillingsCH/A'
remodeled, carpet, wood-
ed lot, close to bike path'
$795 per month. 3BR/
mB Qreenc s Cp
352-317-5880.
3BR/2BADWWITHcovered
porch, service animals

I 3tsd li
3540.
38R/2BA DW ON ONE
ACRE H/ idi hswj
$600 per month plus dep
LA T30M0E STATES.
WALDO 28R/1BA, $525
per month, and 3BR/2BA,
$675 per month. Washer
dryer hookups carport
and nice yard. First, last
and 4 secu im%
only. Call 317-748-7912.
52
Animals and
PetS
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
53 A
.....s..
Stake Yard

HA e.CSO
6th from 7am to 2pm, at
the Hawthorne Museum.
Spaces available, only
$20. Call Stan at (352)
214-4434-


UNDERCOVER Nov. 21
& 22, from 8:30 til 5pm.
2 dining sets, iron table*
lamps, stepper, books*
baskets, rugs, tapestry*
pictures, book cabinet,
microwave, table, tools,
shop vac, 8 channel mix-
er board, recorder, mike
standandChristmasstuff.
Much more. 1303 Pratt
St., of100 west.

SATURDAY BIG 2 FAMILY
ye hsale. We hav co
riced cheap, cheap,
pheap. Small appliances,
house accessories, baby/
toddler items, furniture
items, exercise equip-
ment. Many brand new
items. Too much to list.
Come and take it home
with you. Turn right off
SR 100 E onto Griffis
Loop.1 mile on right. Look
for signs. Starts at 8am
. canceledifraining.
YARDSALEEVERYTHING
mustgo. 23282 US HWY
301 N., Lawtey.
HAWTHORNE FARMERS
MARKET 8am til noon
every Sat. $5 per booth,
II emm snc Fo mr
481-4586.

F &te bt smti
andgirlsin mostanysize.
TUndieswe &mepssuiTso
m ho list, fo Fiece
couch, trailer, pitted
plants & rain trees. SR
100 West beyond apart-
ments, follow signs.


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offensive honors.
Goodman, who was forced
out of the ganierwith an injury,
was named Bradfordk
defensive MVP. He was in on
two quarterback sacks in the
first half that resulted in a.loss
of 11 yards, while he saved- a
touchdown on special teams
whelf Tie tackled Siifith after a
39-yard punt return to the
, Bradford 47.


Nov. 20,


.

Continued from page 4B

plays. Sneed broke free for a
40-yard gain, setting Smith up
for a 2-yard touchdown run at
the 7:48 mark of the fourth
quarter,
"We're just not talented
enough right now-
experienced enough-to
overcome some of that stuff,"
Hoard said.
~ Bradford came back on the
ensuing series and showed
some promise. Winkler
scrambled for a 13-yard gain
to the Bradford 40, then
completed a pass to Harris diat
syould've given the Tornadoes
a first down past midfield.
glarris, though, in fighting for
extra yardage, fumbled the
hall, which Houston Christian
recovered and rettirned to the
Bradford 46.
; A personal foul penalty on
Bradford gave the Mustangs
one first dowh, while Sheed
picked up another on a 10-yard
run to the 9. With 2:50 to phly,
Amith crossed the goal line
from 2 yards out for his second
..touchdown of the night and
C 15th Of the year.
Smith, who gained 95 yards
- on 22 carries, finished die
season with more, than 1,3 0
yards.
The Mustangs entered the
game averaging just eight pass
attempts per game, but they
doubled that against the
Tornaodes. Nondorf threw tivo
touchdown passes to equal his
season total entering the gaine
and finished 6-of-10 for 78
ards and no interceptions.
Voncannon was 3-of-6 for.30
yards and no interceptions.
Bradford quarterbAck
Winkler was 6-of-14 for 105
yards, with one touchdown and
one interception.
Carter was the Tornadoes'


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LADY GOLFERS
Mark Your Calendars
Ladies Golf Association will be starting in
-- ---- --- '[anuary 2009
Orientation 14eafiws:
Tuesday. Dec. 2, 2008 7:30 p.m.
Keystone Golf & Country Club-Club flouse
Refreshments served ALL LEVELS WELCOM)
Working Ladies: We will have a time for
out Bri friends and Ideas
Contact: Margie Dersharn 473-8942
E-mail: justrightacres@hughes.net
Cathy Boyd 473-4922
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legling rushe( with 51 yards
on eight carries.
Covington, for his play
returning kicks on special
teatus, earned one of four
individual awards handed out
at the game s conclusion by
KSA Sports, which sponsored
the game. Offensive and
defensive MVPs were selected
from each team, with
Covington earning his team's


switch, but it still shocked me
every time."
One year, Parrish got a jolt
of a different sort-a smell so
bad that it was hard to sit in the
press box. The smell was
present during a spring game
and remained for the first few
games of the regular season.
Parrish remarked to Kinsey
that it smelled like someone
was sneaking up to the press
box and going to the bathroom,
but Kinsey said the press box
was secured so that no one
could enter it. An attempt was
made to remove the odor by
using Pine-Sol.
"The only thing that sm611ed
worse than that odor that was
in there was mixing it with
Pine-Sol," Parrish said.
Finally, the source of the
odor was discovered. The
wooden Indian insignia on the
outside of the press box was
removed. Kinsey was there to
witness what happened.
"He said about 1,000 bats
flew out from behind that
thing," Parrish said. "That's
where the odor was coming
from---bat ul-ine. I can tell you
that bat urine does not smell
good inside that press box."
Electrical shocks and bat
urme aside, Parrish has had far
more positive experiences
inside the press box, meluding
watching some talented
players on the field. One such
player was University of
Florida tight end Cornelius
Ingram, who played
quarterback for Hawthorne.
Ingram was quite elusive from
what Parrish remembered.
"He would come over here
and just run back and forth,
driving our kids nuts," Parrish
said.
Two other players who stick
out in Parrish's mind were
Keystone players: Jimmy
Brumbaugh and Isaac
Morford. Brumbaugh would
go on to play on the defensive
line for Auburn, which was
special for Parrish because
that's where he went to school,
while Morford, who went on to
play on the offensive line at
North Carolina, returned to
Keystone and is now an


assistant coach there.
"That tells you it's a pretty
good community (here) when
be wants to come back,"
Parrish said.
Another great high school
player-Ricky Nattlel-went
to Keystone to watch his alma
mater Newberry take on the
Indians. Nattiel was playing
for the Denver Broncos at the
time.
"He came over here in a
stretch limo one night," Parrish
said. "He wanted to pull it
inside the stadium gates. They
wouldn't let him do it. They
made him park out there in the
parking lot just like everybody
else. He was not a happy
camper."
Parrish had the opportunity
to watch his sons Brent and
Todd play for Keystone, which
was enjoyable, but it was also
nerve-wracking-
"When they were playing,;
my heart was in my stomach,
Parrish said. If they messed
up or they got hurt, I hurt with
them. I enjoy the games a
whole lot more when my kids
areiI'tout there playing."
It has been nine years since
one of Parrish's sons played,
but to him, it probably seems
like yesterday. He admitted the
time has gone by quickly since
he first began operating the
scoreboard. He doesn't know
how much longer he will
remain in the press box.
"I guess I'll be up there until
they fire me or until I have to
get Bolles broadcasters water,"
Parrish said. "When I have to
do that, I'm out of there."i
In all .seriousness, though,
Parrish.said it has been a good
run-not only his involvement
withKeystonefootballgames,
but within the community as a
whole.
"It's been a real privilege to
be associated with Keystone
Heights High School andito be
a part of this community,"
Parrish said. "I built the first
veterinarian hospital in this
area in 1978. I've really been
blessed since then. I've hd the
pleasure of caring for a ot of
people's pets and making a lot
of friends. Now, I'm seeing


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was asked to fill in for former
public address announcer Dave
Landers' wife, who was
handling those duties,
"She couldn't make it one
night, so (Landers) asked me
to substitute for her," Parrish
said."I got hooked."
Parrish has worked with
different people up in the box
over the years and remembers
one incident with a man who
was filling in for somebody
else. The substitute became a
little too excited abolit the
game that was unfolding.
"He was yelling
encouragement, I guess, to the
players," Parrish said, "but he
forgot and left his microphone
on. He used some words he
wished .he probably hadn't,
especially when everyone in
about the 10 rows below the
press box stood up, turned
around and stared at him."
Currently, Parrish said he
enjoys good chemistry with
Kinsey and Strube-both of
whom he holds in high regard.
"Bob, he's the best," Parrish
said of Kinsey. "He's very
organized. He takes a lot of
pride in his work. He could be
a professional broadcaster,
He's the tops."
A lot of the information
Kinsey relays to the crowd is
thanks to Strube, whose job as
spotter is following the play
and seeing which particular
players are involved in each
play as well as noting the yard
line each play ends on.
"He's got an eagle eye,"
Parrish saidz"He can spot a
chill-cheesedog from 100
yards away."
The three men take their
duties seriously. Parrish, in
fact, admits he's still nervous
before games because he's
afraid he will do something
wrong. He gets to the games
early enough so that he can
make sure everything on the
scoreboard is in working order.
"I try to get there 30 minutes
ahead of time and j;o through
everything, but I'm still
nervous," he said. "I clon't.
want to mess up. I don't know
if anybody would notice or
not, but I take a lot of pride in
what we do, so I want to do it
right."
Of course, not everything
goes'according to plan. Parrish
remembers when the control
box for the old scoreboard had
anmelectricald r en 4%it e

oeo hwhat down it ivas, he
"I'm not talking hbot1t just a
little shock," he said. "It would
just about bring you to your
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him that was unacceptable.
"If d Id d' d
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used that to give me some
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