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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 2010
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w north Noting


Starke Veterans
Day ceremony
this morning
American Legion Post 56 will host
a breakfast for military members and
their families on Thursday, Nov. I1,
from 7 to 9 a.m. at the post home on
Edwards Road in Starke.
The annual Veterans Day ceremony
will follow at 9:30 a.m. at Veterans Me-
morial Park on East Call Street.
Join the American Legion as its
members honor the men and women
who have served their country.



Solid waste
site closings
All six solid waste collection sites
will be closed Thursday, Nov. I11, in
observance of Veterans Day. All sites
will reopen on Friday, Nov. 12.



Veterans office
hours altered
next week
The Bradford County Veterans Ser-
vice Office will be closed Tuesday
through Thursday, Nov. 9-11, but will
be open Friday, Nov. 12., from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. The normal Tuesday through
Thursday schedule will resume after
that.



Basketball
invitational begins
on Thanksgiving
The Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County will host its annual Charles
Jackson Sr. Thanksgiving Invitational'
Basketball Tournament on Nov. 25-27
at the RJE gymnasium on line Street
in Starke.
All interested semi-pro men's teams
must register by Nov. 13. For more in-
formation, please contact Lamar Ham-
ilton at 904-626-9433 or Alica McMil-
lian 904-966-1 100.



Families sought
for Bradford's
Biggest Loser
The Bradford-Union County Health
Department and Mind and Bod\ Fitness
have joined forces for a health\ family
makeover they are calling Bradford's
Biggest Loser.
Families chosen for the 13-\\eek
competition will he instructed in mak-
ing health\ lifestyle changes and the
family that loses the highest percentage
of \weight will be declared the winner.
Grand prize includes four-da three-
night accommodations in St. Augustine
and a one-\ear family membership to
Mind and Body Fitness.
Register by Nov. 12 at Mind and
Body Fitness or the Bradford County
Health Department. Contestants \\ ill be
selected on Dec. I .and the competition
begins Jan. 3.
For more information, please contact
Don Thompson at 904-964-7732.


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Bradford Middle School volleyball coach Eric Verunac proved he was a man-or clown-of his word
when his girls' team won the SMAC championship and he kept his promise to dress up for the occasion.
He is pictured above with Sabrina Watson, Lainle Rodgers, Karen Clark and Jaci Atkinson, whp helped
him put on his face. While it made teaching a little more challenging, it did show students that their
teacher and coach is a good sport.




City asks county about consolidation


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


While the rhetoric was once high
about letting voters voice their opinion
about law enforcement consolidation,
the Starke City Commission is now
saying it \vants to hear from county
commissioners before asking their con-
stituents to vote on consolidation.
The Starke commission once placed
hearing from voters as the top priority
before it would make a call on consoli-
dation. Since then, commissioners have
questioned information presented in fa-
vor of consolidation, said they've heard
opposition from constituents even if
they couldn't .name vocal opponents,
and now seem to doubt the county com-
mission would support 'consolidation,


even if the city, the sheriff and voters
backed the idea:
Starke voters were to participate in a
nonbinding referendum this month, but
further discussion moved that to after
the holidays. Now. there is no definite
timeline or even much lingering interest
in asking voters. Only Commissioner
Tommy Chastain has been consistent
in saying that voters should be allowed
to influence the commission's direction
on consolidation.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters said
last week he couldn't see spending the
several thousand dollars it would cost
to poll Starke citizens, particularly
when the city commission has no idea
whether the county commission would
even agree to consolidating the police
department and sheriff's office. Based


Farewell after 50 years


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on the commissioners he said he's spo-
ken to. the county commission is split.
"Personally. I think it needs to be
dropped:" Waters said. calling the straw
poll a waste of time and money.
Mayor Travis. Woods agreed with
Waters, saying he's heard the same
thing about the split among county
commissioners. He asked if the city
shouldn't get an answer one way or the
other from the county. The issue has
been bounded back and forth and he
said he wanted to know if the county
is even interested in consolidating law
enforcement efforts.
In workshops with the county earlier
this year, both boards expressed inter-
est in knowing the costs of consolida-

See CITY page 6A


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After 50 year working for the Bradford County School System, Including more than a decade on the
school board, Jesse Moore (third from the right) is stepping down from his position and into retirement.
He told the school board Monday night he Is proud of that service and grateful to the people of Bradford
County who allowed him to serve. While not always pleasant, It has always been a joy, he said. "I have
truthfully enjoyed it, but now it's time to move on," Moore said. His fellow board members, Vivian
Chappell, Stacey Creighton and Randy Jones, also pictured above, expressed their appreciation to
Moore, who was given a standing ovation by all present at the end of his final board meeting.
The school board will reorganize on Nov. 16 during a special 7:30 a.m. meeting. The board is welcoming
new board member Roman Alvarez, who Is replacing David Smith from the fifth district. Smith is also
stepping down. Moore's replacement will be decided during a special election still to be announced.


Hall


indicted


for murder
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


A Bradford
County grand
jury has indict-
ed Tracy Austin
Hall of Graham
for the murder
of his sister.
Hall. 29. was
arrested in early
March on drug
charges and in
April he was
charged with
second-degree
murder. Accord-


Hall


ing to the sheriff's office, second-de-
gree murder is the highest charge pos-
sible without a grand jury indictment.
Detectives following up on informa-
tion gleaned from the drug investiga-
tion stumbled upon the skeletal remains
of Pamela K. Hall in a brush pile on the
outskirts of a Graham cemetery in ear-
ly March. She had been missing since
2003 and was 24 at the time of her dis-
appearance. There were rumors that she
was the victim of homicide, but no evi-
dence that a crime had been committed,
so the case had gone cold.
Testimony given during the inves-
tigation indicated Hall apparently be-
lieved his sister had stolen money from
him. and that was his motive for killing
her.
According to the sheriff's office, a
21-member grand jury convened Mon-
day heard the evidence against Hall and
unanimously issued the murder indict-
ment.


Assault, theft

interrupted by

local

Samaritan

Darrell Fowler was enjoying an av-
erage evening, shopping in Harvey's
Supermarket in the Melrose area on
Nov. 2 at approximately 8:30 p.m. The
retired postal worker was in line to pay
for his groceries when a young girl ran
in carrying a baby. She was upset and
yelling something, but he couldn't un-
derstand what she said.
A woman ran in behind her yelling
that someone was trying to steal a la-
dy's purse in the parking lot. Harvey's
staff called 911 and Fowler asked where
the man was. The woman pointed to the
south end of the parking lot.
He ran out in the direction she point-
ed, but couldn't really see the man, who
was 70 yards away in a dark area of the
lot. He kept running and within seconds
he could see a man and woman strug-
gling.
The woman saw Fowler and got out
of the way. The man charged at Fowler
and he side-stepped, causing the man to
fall to the ground. He jumped up and
came at Fowler again.
"I don't really remember what hap-
pened next," said Fowler. "All I know
is I wound up on top of the guy and
put him in a bear hug. He still had the
purse and I kept yelling, 'Let it go! Let
it go!'"
The man finally did let go of the purse
and Fowler said he threw it behind him
so the man could not grab it again. With
both the victim and the purse out of
harm's way, "I was done then, so I just
let go," said Fowler.
The man jumped into his car and
sped off. Fowler, who volunteers at the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office, got
the license plate number.
Fowler picked up some money that
had fallen to the ground, along with the
suspect's shoe and hat, which had also
fallen off in the struggle. "I don't know

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* Phone (904) 964-6305


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2A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Nov. II, 2010


Schools won't get better electric rate


BY MARK .1J. CRAWFORDI
Tl7'.
The cil\ of Starke did not ,,i\e
the school district the answer it
\\ natcd regarding a lo\\er electric
rale.
Superintendenlt Beth Mxoore
had asked the cit lfor a reduced
electric rate for the school sys-
temn. which is struggling finan-
ciall because of reduced funding
and increased expectations. She
said the school system would be
saying more than $200).00 with
another pro\ ider.
At the city's request. a sur\ey
of 26 electric utilities--mostl\
municipal utilities--\\as con-
ducted h\ the Florida Municipal
Electric Association. Only t\)o-
'ITallahassee and Gainesville Re-
gional Utilities-said they had
a special rate for schools. Both
ha\ e agreements for preferred or
Iong-term customers that provide
discounts. The other 24 did not.
Starke Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson said he would
lo\e to provide a better rate for
the school system, but he didn't
see hows the city could afford to
do it at this time.
Thompson also showed a list
of services the city supposedly
provides for the school system at
no cost-a list that totaled close


to $1 14,0(X). B\ afar the mostly
largest expense for the cit\ is
the police officer it pro\ ides for
the middle school-S1 10.000.
according to Thompson. If that
seems high, the city is apparently\
including salary benefits, o\ er-
time and equipment, including a
patrol car. in that cost.
Other expenses listed included
time spent at sporting ec ents and
educational opportunities like
Red Ribbon Week. Thompson
talked about the utilities \worked
performed for the schools at no
charge, including fixing outdoor
lighting, working \\ ith gas appli-
ances. etc., which he estimated
cost around $30,(X)00 a year.
Fire chief Tomn Rowe added
that his department is providing
protection for millions of dollars
worth of school property that is
not taxed. Thompson added that
the schools are exempt from
sales and municipal public ser-
vice taxes.
Of course, Moore's point has
been that the schools are publicly
paid for, and taxpayers want that
money to go toward education,
not higher electric costs.
Moore is skeptical of some of
these costs and denies others. For
example, she doesn't believe it
costs more than $100,000 annu-
ally to have a school resource of-


ficer at the middle school, and as
for police representation at sport-
ing events. she said the school
s\ stem pa\ s for that. When other
administration\ e officers like John-
son sho\s up at the games, they
are doing it of their o\ n accord.
Moore pointed out that \while
the city -through FMEA-asked
about special rates for schools in
other communities, it did not find
out the rates that schools \were
paying in those communities for
comparison purposes.
"That \would make a differ-
ence because, like I said before,
I don't think an\ school district
in the state of Florida is paying
w hat \w e pa\ ." she said.
T'he superintendent \\as not
surprised that the cit\ \\as un-
w killing to look at a lo\\er rate.
"I did not expect you all. re-
ally and truthful to come back
and help us," Moore said. asking
instead that the school district be
given a letter: of release so it can
go to another electric provider.
She also asked that it be exempt
from franchise fees charged by
the city that \would be passed
along under another provider.
Moore later said she was told
the district was unlikely to get
the release letter from the city.


KH couple arrested for arson


A Keystone Heights couple,
Shawn Edward and Iorie Ann
Raysin, were arrested on Nov. 8
on charges for arson to a dwell-
ing.
The Raysins turned themselves
in to the Clay County Sheriff's
Office and were placed under ar-
rest.
According to reports issued by
CCSO, a Clay County deputy was
called to the Raysin residence
around 8:15 p.m. on April 19. He
found smoke, but no flames com-
ing from the Raysin home.
One of the couple's sons told
the deputy that he had been in
the back yard with his parents
and his brother when they heard
the smoke alarm go off. Lorie,
Raysin saw smoke coming from
the home and told her son to call
911.
The son allegedly told the of-
ficer that his father had broken
the bathroom window and put a
hose inside to try to extinguish
the fire. He also allegedly told
the deputy that an electrician had


BHS alumni,
meeting
The Bradford High School
Alumni Association will hold its
second reorganization meeting
Tuesday, Nov. 16, at Western
Steer in Starke. The meeting will
begin at 7 p.m. and everyone is
encouraged to come early and


I'N ,'- IZ
Shawn Edward Raysin Lorie Ann Raysin


been to the house that day to re-
pair a bathroom exhaust fan.
When Clay County Fire Mar-
shal Wright arrived, he advised
.that the fire was suspicious-in
nature, and that it had started in a
pile of clothes in the bathtub. He
also stated that the fire was not-
electrical in origin, but had been
caused by human action.
The case was then transferred
to the General Investigations


eat.
The association will be select-
ing new officers and board mem-
bers as well as determining future
projects and volunteer committee
assignments. The annual cost of
members hip is only $10'and all
graduates and supporters of BHS
are cordially invited to attend.


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Unit.
A photograph of Shawn Ray-
sin wvas distributed by CCSO last
week, and then circulated in sev-
eral (.,lay4COunty newspapers, in-
cluding the Monitor. The couple
turned themselves in a few days,
later.


(L-R) Randa Wilkins, Ella Dinkins, Preston Tyre and Kaleb Green were the top winners
in the box top collection contest recently held at Starke Christian School. .'"


Box tops raise money for education


Students at Starke Christian
School recently competed in a
box top collection contest. The
top collector in middle school
and the top three collectors in el-
ementary school received prizes.
The top middle school collec-
tor was Randa Wilkins who col-
lected 286 box tops. She won two
"dress down" passes, ear buds
and flip-flops. The first-place


Operation
Christmas Child
needs you
Would you like to help make a
difference in the life of a needy
boy or girl in another country'?
Then get involved with Operation
Christmas Child.
Operation Christmas Child
is an evangelistic project of
Samaritan's Purse. Shoeboxes
are filled with small toys, school
supplies, hygiene items and
other gifts. These shoeboxes are
distributed to hurting children
around the world .
Two relay centers are
available in the Lake Region for
your convenience. Bring your
shoeboxes- during-the--wVk-o'-
Nov. 15-21.
Trinity Baptist Church in
Keystone Heights is one of the


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elementary winner was Preston
Tyre, who collected 249 box tops
and won two "dress down" pass-
es, water balloons and a rocket
kit.
In second-place was Kaleb
Green, .who collected 226 box
tops and won two "dress down"
passes and a paddle ball set. Ella
Dinkins won third place, collect-
ing 186 box tops and winning


rela\ centers. It 'ill be open
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day
to receive donations. Trinity
is located 2.5 miles south of
Keystone Heights on S.R. 21.
Phone number is 352-473-7261.
La\wtey Grace United
Methodist Church is the second
relay center. It is located at 1822
Madison St. in Lawtcy. Call 904-
782-3881 for drop-off times.
The. national contact num-
ber for the program is 800-353-
5949.


two "dress down" passes i a
set of books.
Thirteen other students Ce-
ceived participation a\ ~lis:
Kaila Jefferson, Kailan Jef'fer n.
Caterina Walker. Masen L tt.
Contessa Walker. Al\ssa Red-
dish, Jacy Jennings. T.J. C(ain-
ter, Emma Masse\, Logan 'r-
rell, Stephanie NesSmith, I)ic
Jennings and Ashley Bennett




Special school
board meeting_.
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Friday
The Bradford Counli School
Board will have a special school
board meeting with discussion
and possible action on Rac?- to
the Top funding. That mecttiog
will take place Friday, No\ 'f2,
beginning at noon in the board-
room at 501 W. Washington-St.
in Starke. Board meetings-a're
open to the public.


A Very Sincere


THANKIC YOU

from Roman Alvarez


My sincere thanks to
everyone who supported me in
,my campaign for School Board
District 5. --*,
It was your encouragement,
support, vote and prayers that
made it possible for me to be .


I am very

grateful!

Now it is my. desire to serve all the citizens of District 5 as~l
work with the other school board members to make our school
system the very best that it can possibly be.
Your continued encouragement and prayers will be greatly'
appreciated. I can be reached at 964-8877.

Sincerely,
Roman Alva'ez

Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for and Approved by Roman Alvarez for School Board, Dist ct 5


Help feed hungry people!


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CIS golf tourney


Darrell Dugat, David Tew, Brandon Baker and Jeff
Crawford took first place in Communities in Schools of
Bradford County's fourth annual golf tournament, which
was held Oct. 29 at the Starke Golf and Country Club with
the help of Scott Roberts and Lori Thompson of Roberts
Insurance and other sponsors. Proceeds from the event
help pay for student activities not covered by grants.


Mickey Agner, Dwight and David Elder, and James Rog-
ers took second place in the tournament.


Coming in third were Ron Zurfluh, Todd Gillwater, Darrell
O'Neal and Steve Laux.


Kevin Miller, Jeff Oody, Doug Reddish and Mark Strick-
land.


CIS employees Carol Thomas and Nicole Smith.


Ron Moore, Clyde Adkins, Scott and Darbyann Roberts, and Linda


Know of a great
yard or garden?
Please nominate a yard or
garden for the Alligator Creek
Garden Club's Garden of the
Quarter. To nominate a yard or
. garden, please provide:
Your name and contact infor-
mation.


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The nameof the owners) of
the yard or garden.(if known).
* The address/location of the
property with directions.
Contact Pat Caren at 352-485-
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go by or call the Bradford Coun-
ty extension office at phone 904-
966-6299.


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Marshall, Josh Marshall
and Jeremy Crawford.


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American
Legion offering
weekly Bingo
American Legion Post 56 is
holding weekly Bingo on Mon-
day evenings. Opening at 6 p.m.;
early bird starts at 7 p.m. Bingo
players must be 18 years of age
to play.
A nonsmoking section is avail-
able, and the American Legion
Post, located on Edwards Road
in Starke, is an alcohol-free en-
vironment.


THANK YOU!!
To the Voters in
District 2"

Thank You for your VOTE.
/ Once again you have shown your trust
and support in me to serve as your county
commissioner.
It has always been my goal to serve ALL
citizens !to the best of my ability and
always be available and accessible.
Thanks to everyone who worked
throughout my campaign and showed
your support.
'u Thank you,
2 Doyle Thomas
Pol. Adv. Pd. for and approved by Doyle Thomas, Dem. for County Commissioner District 2.
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THEFT
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: why I picked up the shoe and the
'hat, but I did," said Fowler.
He gave the victim back the
, monec he had picked up and
i\\ent back inside the store to pay
I'or his groceries.
When BCSO deputies and in-
;vestigators arrived, Fowler and
;other witnesses provided them
;with a description of the car and
.;the license plate number.
" The victim told investigators
!Ithat she had left the store and
Walked to her car. A man walked
. up behind her and grabbed hold
Iof her purse, causing her to




! LEGALS



NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
-That MICHAEL MCDUFFIE
4Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s)
ihas filed said certificates) for the
:tax deed to be issued thereon. The
Certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
"and name(s) in which it is assessed
;are as follows:
iFile Number: 2010-0002
_Certificate Number: 699
gParcel Number: 03332-0-00100
.Year of Issuance: 2004
Description of Property:
)..egal Description:
;Parcel #03332-0-00100
Lot 4, Block 18, Livingston, Truby
and Company's Subdivision, LESS
.AND EXCEPT the North 30 feet and
-LESS AND EXCEPT the South 20
aeet thereof, Said subdivision lying in
the Northeast Quarter of Northeast
"Quarter (NE %A of NE /4) of Section
!8. Township 6 South, Range 22
;East, and recorded in Plat Book 1 at
Page 41 of the current public records
Vof Bradford County, Florida
Assessed To:
NONIE PULLUM, NONNIE E
sPULLUM ESTATE
4II of the above property is located
?n Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
,redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
for certificates will be sold to the
-ighest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 24" day of November,
2010, at 11:00 a.m.
B RAY NORMAN
Bradford County Clerk of Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
Who needs any accommodation,, in
brder to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you. to
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fall to the ground. She said she
didn't let go of the purse and he
punched her and kicked her in
the head and the face.
She still didn't let go and he
dragged her across the parking
lot on her back. When Fowler ap-
proached, she finally let go and
got out of the way.
Investigators ran the license
plate number and it was regis-
tered to Larry Anthony Cross-
ley. 51, of Melrose. Because his
residence is in Alachua County,
BCSO contacted the Alachua
County Sheriff's Office for as-
sistance. Crossley was located
at his home and the victim posi-
tively identified him as the man
who had grabbed her purse and


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IN THE CIRCUIT C
JUDICIAL CIRCt
BRADFORD CO
CASE NO.:
FIRST FEDERAL BA
FLORIDA, a trade n,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
v.
MICHAEL G. ADAM!
ADAMS, his wife
Defendants.
NOTICE 0
Notice is hereby giv
to the final judgmei
entered on Octobe
undersigned Clerk
sale to the highest
for cash in the mair
Bradford County C
N. Temple Avenue,
32091 at 11:00 a.m.
2011, the.property de
Lot 27, of SMOKER
the plat thereof, as
Book 3, Page 33 of ti
of Bradford County, I
Any person claiming
the surplus from the;
than the property owi
of the lis pendens n
within sixty (60) days



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assaulted her.
Crossley was also wanted in
Alachua County for unrelated
charges. Crossley was booked
into the Alachua County Jail and
Bradford County issued a war-
rant for robbery. Bond on the
Bradford County charge is set at
$200,000. When he is released
from the Alachua County Jail, he
will be transported to the Brad-
ford County Jail.
BCSO Capt. Brad Smith said
Crossley has a lengthy' arrest re-
cord that includes drug charges,
kidnapping and robbery, prosti-
tution, resisting arrest and other
violent offenses. He has spent
time in both county jails and state
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L 32601 at (352) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
7 days before EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
urt appearance, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
)n receiving this FLORIDA
time before the CASE NO.: 04-2008-CA-316
nce is less than CIRCUIT CIVIL
hearing or voice VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
FINANCE, INC., a Tennessee
4tchg 11/11 -BCT .corporation, authorized to transact
business in Florida,
COURT, EIGHTH Plaintiff,
UIT, IN AND FOR v.
UNTY, FLORIDA JENNIFER EMANUEL, a/k/a
04-2010-CA-570 JENNIFER LAUREL EMANUEL;
DIVISION: DAVID J. EMANUEL, a/k/a DAVID
ANK OF NORTH JUNIOR EMANUEL; WINKLER
ame of TD Bank, ELECTRIC, INCORPORATED,
a FLORIDA CORPORATION,
a/d/b/a WINKLER ELECTRIC,
INC.; and BOARD OF COUNTY
S and NANCY F. COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Defendants.
F SALE CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
en that pursuant NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in
nt of foreclosure accordance with the Plaintiff's Final
r 27, 2010, the Judgment of Foreclosure entered in
will sell at public the above-styled cause, I will sell to
and best bidder the highest and best bidder for cash
n hallway of the on November 29, 2010 at 11:00 a.m.
courthouse 943 .(EST), at the BRADFORD COUNTY
Starke, Florida COURTHOUSE, located at 945 N.
i on January 28, TEMPLE AVE., in Starke, Florida, the
described as: following described property:
SE, according to Parcel #1:
recorded in Plat Land as described in Official Records
he public records Book 529, Page 32, Less and Except
Florida. that part conveyed in Official Records
g ah interest in Book 782, Page 248 and re-recorded
sale, if any, other in Official Records Book 787, Page
ner as of the date 302, AND Less and Except that part
must file a claim conveyed in Official Records Book
s after the sale. 1090, Page 577,. AND Less and
Ray Norman Except that part conveyed in Official
As Clerk of Court Records Book 1325, Page 493, all
By: Lisa Brannon of the Public Records of Bradford
Deputy Clerk County, Florida..
the Americans Parcel #2
persons needing A parcel of land lying in the North 1/2 of
ion to participate the Northeast 'A of the Northwest 1a of
should contact the Section 1, Township 5 South, Range
V sending notice 21 East, Bradford County, Florida;
n days prior to said parcel being more particularly
ie address given described as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner
: ..' of the North V/2 of the Northeast /
S-.: of the Northwest /A of said Section
1 for the POC; thence run North 00
degrees 36 minutes 14 seconds
West, a distance of 331.67 feet;
nse. thence run North 89 degrees 00
minutes 36 seconds East a distance
of 235.21 feet to the Beginning. From
)rida the Point of Beginning, -continue
North 89 degrees 00 minutes 36
s of seconds East a distance of 310.00
feet to the Westerly right-of-way line
people! of County Road 125 (a 100' R/W);
thence run along the West R/W line
of County Road 125 (a 100' R/W),
SSouth 03 degrees 41 minutes 15
seconds West a distance of 225.00
Si3 feet; thence run South 89 degrees 00
minutes 36 seconds West a distance
of 299.00 feet; thence run North 00
work degrees 53 minutes 12 seconds West
a distance of 225.00 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
r yOU! Property Address: 8852 NW CR 125,
Lawtey, Florida, 32058
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
A NF F THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS.
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Dated this 281 day of October, 2010.
RAY NORMAN, CLERK
BRADFORD COUNTY CIRCUIT
COII. COURT


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al role in this case being solved.
Bystanders alerted the people in-
side the store that a woman was
being assaulted. Bystanders got
the license plate number and a
description of the car-which led
directly to Crossley being identi-
fied and arrested.
"Helpful citizens such as Mr.
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Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension-Office on U.S.
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By: Lisa Brannon FOLLOWS:
Deputy Clerk COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
11/4 2tchg 11/11-BCT MONUMENT FOUND AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE SOUTHWEST '4 OF NORTHWEST
COMPLAINT /4 FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING
TO: EZRA BARNETT, AND RUN SOUTH 88 DEGREES
Case No.: CD200917703, 36 MINUTES 51 'SECONDS
XE2900022 WEST, ALONG THE SOUTHERLY
An Administrative Complaint to BOUNDARY THEREOF, 233.00
impose an administrative fine has FEET; THENCE NORTH 01 DEGREE
been filed against you. You have the 19 MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST,
right to request a hearing pursuant to 187.13 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, Florida THENCE NORTH 88 DEGREES
Statutes, by mailing a request for 36 MINUTES 51 SECONDS EAST,
same to the Florida Department of PARALLEL WITH SAID SOUTHERLY
Agriculture and Consumer Services, BOUNDARY, 232.69 FEET TO THE
Division of Licensing, Post Office Box EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
3168, Tallahassee, Florida 32315- SOUTHWEST '/4 OF NORTHWEST
3168. If a request for hearing- is not %A; THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREE
received by 21 days from the date 24 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
of the last publication, the right to EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
hearing in this matter will be waived BOUNDARY, 187.13 FEET TO THE
and the Department will dispose of POINT OF BEGINNING.
this cause in accordance with law. SUBJECT TO THE RIGHT OF WAY
11/4 4tchg 11/25-BCT OF A COUNTY GRADED ROAD
ALONG THE EAST AND SOUTH
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SIDE.
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold To include a:
a Public Auction on Friday, November 1993 MERITT LIVESTOCK TRAILER
12, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N. VIN FLHMBS43234270A 64486710
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the 1993 MERITT LIVESTOCK TRAILER
following storage unit containing VIN FLHMBS432234270B 64486711
personal items: A/K/A
#99 Belonging to A. Williams 11205 SW 92nd St.
#44 Belonging to A. Pierce Graham, FL 32042
#137 Belonging to C. Wilson at public sale, to the highest and best
#95 Belonging to D. Munson bidder, for cash, front entrance of
#70 Belonging to N. King the east side of the Bradford County
#81 Belonging to T. Rugg Courthouse, 945 North Temple
#130 Belonging to K. Bridges Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 at 11;00
11/4 2tchg 11/11-BCT a.m. on February 28, 2011.
DATED THIS 28 T DAY OF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OCTOBER, 2010.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Any person claiming an interest in
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND the surplus from the sale, if any, other
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY than the property owner as of the date
CIVIL DIVISION of the lis pendens, must file a claim
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000232 within 60 days after the sale.
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, Witness'my hand and seal of this court
L.P., on the 28" day of October, 2010.
Plaintiff, CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
vs. By: Lisa Brannon
VICTOR J. DURACHKO; THE Deputy Clerk
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VICTOR Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
J. DURACHKO; DOROTHY A. 9204 King Palm Drive
DURACHKO A/K/A DOROTHY ANN Tampa, FL 33619-1328'
DURACHKO; THE UNKNOWN Attorneys for Plaintiff
SPOUSE OF DOROTHY A. In accordance with the American
DURACHKO A/K/AjDOROTHY "' With Disabilities Act of 1990, persons
ANN DURACHKQOf I VNG, V needing a..special accommodation
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN *" to participate in this proceeding
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANT(S), should contact the ASA Coordinator
IF REMARRIED, AND IF no later than seven (7) days prior to
DECEASED, THE RESPECTIVE the proceedings. If hearing impaired,
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, please call (800) 955-9771 (TDD) or
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, (800) 955-8770 (voice), via Florida
CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND Relay Service.
TRUSTEES, AND ALL OTHER 11/4 2tchg 11/11-BCT
PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST NOTICE OF MEETING
THE NAMED DEFENDANT(S); FloridaWorks will hold an Executive
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; Committee meeting at 2:00 p.m., a
UNKNOWN TENANT #2; Finance Committee meeting at 2:45
Defendant(s) p.m. and a Board meeting at 3:00 p.m.
NOTICE OF SALE on Monday, November 15", at Starke
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant Golf and Country Club, 15501 NE
to a Final Summary Judgment of 14" Ave., Starke, FL 32091. Please
Foreclosure entered in the above- contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of 5148 with questions.
Bradford County, Florida, I will sell the 11/111 tchg-BCT
property situate in Bradford County,
Florida, described as: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
PARCEL 5 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LOT, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
PIECE OF LAND, SITUATE, LYING FLORIDA
AND BEING IN THE COUNTY OF CASE NO: 04-2010-DR-0663
BRADFORD, STATE OF FLORIDA, IN RE: The Marriage of
TO WIT: JOHNNY C. WHALEY,
* A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE Petitioner,
SOUTHWEST 'A OF NORTHWEST and
14 OF SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP JILL LESLIE WHALEY,
7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST, Respondent.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE OF ACTION
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE TO: JILL LESLIE WHALEY
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS RESIDENCE UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
of Complaint for Partition of Real
Property has been filed against
you, in the above styled Court and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written response to JOHN S.
COOPER, The Cooper Law Firm,
P.A., 100 West Call Street, Starke."
Florida 32091, on or before December
24, 2010, and file the original with
the Clerk of the Court, either before
service on the above-named attorney
or immediately thereafter, otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the petition.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
this Court on the 4* day of November,
2010.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
John S. Cooper
The Cooper Law Firm, P.A.
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904) 964-4701
Fax: 964-4839
Florida Bar No: 0910340
Attorney for Petitioner
11/11 4tchg 12/2-BCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2010-CP-0073
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MABLE FRANZEN,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration' of the Estate
of MABLE FRANZEN, Deceased,
whose date of death was August 26,
2010, is pending in the Circuit Court
of Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is:
Bradford County Clerk of Court
PO Drawer B
Starke, FL 32091
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to


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be served must file their claims with
this Court. WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER TME
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY QF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedeht
and other persons having claims,;pr
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this CoUlrt
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITI4IN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED. I
NOTWITHSTANDING THE. TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS ,
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. ,3
The date of first publication of this
notice is November 11, 2010. '
Attorney for Personal Representative
SUSAN SULLIVAN, ESQ.
SUSAN SULLIVAN, PA
4129 CR 106
Oxford, Florida 34484
(352) 689-0045, (352) 689-0046 fax
Florida Bar No. 0013293
Co-Personal Representativeb:
EUGENE FRANZEN
8715 SE 177"' Grassmere St.
The Villages, FL 32162
MARJORIE L. WILSON
2125 NW 15* Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32605
11/11 2tchg 11/18-BWT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000622
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC., t-
Plaintiff,
vs. ;
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROU(GHIJINDEBROR.AGAINST,
JAMES J. WARD, DECEASED, et at,
Defendant(s). 7
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE)-
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment Odf
Mortgage Foreclosure dated Octobie
13, 2010 and entered in Case No,
04-2009-CA-000622 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Florida, wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO WELLS FARGO
HOME MORTGAGE, INC., is ti
Plaintiff and THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES',
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST.
JAMES J. WARD, DECEASED; AN.
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAME
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; STATE
OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT Of
LEGAL AFFAIRS; TENANT #1 N/K/A
TERRY MEYERS, and TENANT
#2 N/K/A BECKY ROGERS are the
Defendants, The Clerk will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash it
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFOFO
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m.,
the 3rd day of December, 2010, tl
following described property as sat
forth in said Final Judgment:
A PORTION OF THE EAST 1 F
LOT 39, WOODLAWN, SECTION
14, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST AS PER PLAT RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE .17 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARl
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: .
THE NORTH / OF THE EAST % IF
SAID LOT 39.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS OVE,
THE EAST 20 FEET OF THE SOUTH.
OF EAST OF LQT 39.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AN
APPURTENANCE THERETO:
2000, GENERAL, VINll
GMHGA2269924334.
A/K/A 1421 NW 241sT STREET,
LAWTEY, FL 32058
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, oth&r
than the property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a clairp
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal f
this Court on November 4, 2010.
Ray Norman'
Clerk of the Circuit Couwt
By: Maria Sandbalt
Deputy Clert
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation ig
'order to participate in this proceeding
you are entitled, at no cost to you,' tt
the provision of certain assistance,
Please contact the Clerk of Court
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke;
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; f
you are hearing or voice impaired;
call 1-800-955-8771.
11/11 2tchg 11/18-BCT


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Thiir,drav. Nov. 11,2010 Bradford County Telegraph


SStriving for excellence, pride and identity


. A COLUMN BY DOUG
A. THOBURN
' Bradford High School Principal

The fall .
',hill. has
*-settled in on
!the campus 't
'of Bradford
High School "
and the 2010- .
11 school
year is in full

have done a ...,
lot of things
at BHS to
make our school shine. We have
,a great student body that is highly
respectful toward each other and
,eager to achieve great things.
-. We have enjoyed a fall that has
:j.een golden in virtually every
Nirea. Our academic team is unde-
'feated in competition highlight-
;,ag our excellence in academic
)Performance. Our band qualified
Pgr the state competition on its
first qualifying competition-a
"feat rarely accomplished-thus
demonstratingg our excellence in
fiperforming arts.
2; Our volleyball team had an
outstanding season of competi-
-ion and our cross-country team
4ias qualified for regionals for the
first time since the early 90s. Our
football team has enjoyed one of
"he most successful seasons in re-
.vent history and is committed to
reestablishing itself as the power
in north Florida high school foot-
ball.
Our soccer program is compet-
ji)g with a commitment towards
'excellence. Our boys and girls



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Leaves are beginning to fall
from the trees and the air is filled
with ice leaving you breathless.
It's definitely the start of the new
nine weeks. It is a time to start over
and fix problematic situations, ,or
settle in the past and move to a new
The .Torfiasd6e tlitddHteir" ist
football game of the season Nov.
5. Even though they lost to Ft.
White 27-22, they went out of the
.eason with a bang. The football
vram did amazing this year. I know
the whole county is super proud of
them!
:-'The band is performing this
Saturday, Nov. 13, at 10:45 a.m.
;t Marion High School. Everyone
needs to wish them luck. If they
r&t a high enough score from the
j(Idges, they will get to perform at
Tfials.
',This Thursday, Nov. 11, is Vet-
erans Day, so no school! Woo!
Make sure you give a little thanks
to everyone who has helped our
buntry maintain our freedom.
:~Friday, Nov. 12, the 10'-graders
pe taking the PLAN test,' a pre-
SAT test.
d 'Quote for the week: "Kind words
21 1


basketball teams are working
hard on the courts and promise
to represent BHS with high en-
ergy and aggressive play for the
upcoming season. And most im-
portantly, our students are work-
ing hard in classrooms everyday
and our teachers are engaging
our students to be better learners
as they work through the curricu-
lum.
All of these things are prime
examples of the excellence and
pride that are becoming the ex-
pected norm as BHS works to
build a positive and productive
identity.
Each and every day, teachers at
BHS are dedicating themselves
to putting an instructional pro-
gram in front of our students that
challenges them to be better-
better in the content and better
citizens in our community. Our
teachers are putting in long hours
with limited resources to help
our students achieve at greater
levels than ever before, not just
on FCAT but on the ACT and
SAT college entrance exams.
Academics are the primary
focus at BHS, and we aie striv-
ing to be the best. We realize that
it doesn't happen overnight, but
our students and staff are com-
mitted to getting to the top of the
mountain.
One of our primary focuses at
BHS over the past two years has
been to foster a climate of respect
for each other. I am proud to hear
parents and students talk about
how well students get along with
each other on campus. The cam-
pus of BHS is here to serve each
and every student. It is each stu-


can be short and easy to speak, but
their echoes are truly endless."
-Mother Teresa


dent's right to expect that he or
she can come to school free from
harassment or intimidation.
We certainly do not think we
are without continued room for
improvement. Anytime you put
900 students on one campus, you
can improve, but we are happy'
with the direction that things
are headed. I am proud that our
students, teachers and staff have
worked hard to build an identity
that promotes respect and value
for individual differences.
We all know how the negative
economy has affected all of us.
Bradford High School is no dif-
ferent. This past year we have
experienced budget reductions
that have decreased the num-
ber of teachers and reduced the
available funds to purchase sup-
plies and instructional materials.
Times are tough at home and at
school. The commitment that
every student, parent, and com-
munity member has from BHS is
that, regardless of the economy,
we will do everything within
our power to offer the students
of BHS the best, safest and most
effective education we can pos-
sibly provide.
We are proud to be your high
school and we are proud to rep-
resent our community. We want
everyone to want to be a Tor-
nado. If you know a high school
student that is not attending BHS
and could be, encourage them to
give us a chance. Encourage them
to be a part of something special.
Encourage them to contribute to
our excellence and wear the scar-
let and grey. Be a Tornado!


Learn storm
spotting basics
Bradford County Emergency
Management will host. a storm
spotter training class on Thurs-
day, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. in the
emergency operations center be-
hind the courthouse.
Angela Enyedi with the Na-
tional Weather Service in Jack-
'sonville will present the class,


ADoPTION
A D O, P FOR FLORIDA'S KIDS


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Morgan Road Baptist
Church is having a free
community-wide fall festival
Saturday, Nov. 13, from 3 to 7
p.m. with food, games and lots
of fun. Everyone is invited.

New Bethel Baptist Church
invites everyone to celebrate
its 95* anniversary and the
third anniversary of its pastor.
Revival will take place
Wednesday-Friday, Nov. 10-
12, at 7 p.m. nightly. The
pastor's appreciation banquet
will be Saturday, Nov. 13, at
7 p.m. at the Starke Woman's
Club. Celebration services will
be at the RJE gymnasium at 11
a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Sunday,
Nov. 14, with a meal to follow
each service.

Trinity Baptist Church
will be having revival with
Dr. Ronnie Hill Sunday-
Wednesday, Nov. 14-17.
Sunday services are at
8:30,9:45 and 11 a.m., and
weeknight services are at 7
p.m. Free pizza and chances to
win prizes at kids' and student
nights at 6 p.m. on Monday
and Tuesday. Wednesday at 5


which will include basic infor-
mation on identifying types of
storm clouds, funnel formations
and how to determine the magni-
tude of a tornado touchdown.
For more information or to
make arrangements for spe-
cial accommodations needed to
participate, please contact June
Neats at 904-966-6321.

Need a ride?
TNeed a ride to school or to
work? If you are receiving any
form of public assistance and
need help with your travel needs,
please call CISTO at 904-964-
7776 to see if you qualify. There
is no charge for this service.




No.


p.m. is steak night for $5.

Hope Baptist Church, 3900
S.R. 100, will present the
live drama "Heaven's Gates
and Hell's Flames" Sunday
through Tuesday, Nov. 21-23.
at 7 p.m. each night. Entry into
the life-changing production
is free, and tickets may be
picked up at the church office
Monday through Thursday.
Everyone is welcome and
childcare will be provided;
352-473-4188.

Pine Level Baptist Church,
7844 S.R. 100 West, will host
Dr. Michael Todd, who will
preach on the Old Testament
Tabernacle, a scale model of
which will be on display in
the sanctuary. The service will
take place Sunday, Nov. 21,
at 7 p.m.. and Todd will also
preach at Johnstown Baptist
Church in Lake Butler on
Sunday.,Nov. 28, at II a.m.

Walk by Faith Ministries
and Faith Walk Outreach
present Thanksgiving
Refreshing, a concert with
Pretina Hutchinson Miller,


Bro. Eugene McCarmmick and
many others, Sunday Nov. 27
at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free.
The .church is located at 1930
N.E. C.R. 225.

First Baptist Church of
Starke vill host the first
Sunday night communitywide
worship service., drawing
people from various churches
to a single location to bring
revival to Bradford County.
The rotating services will take
place twice monthly beginning
Sunday, Dec. 12, at 6 p.m. and
feature several local pastors
sharing the pulpit. Join this
unified worship experience,
featuring special music and a
program for children.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
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CITY OF LAWTEY

LAWTEY

BRADFORD COUNTY, FL

Election Date Dec. 7, 2010


(Signature of Voter)


(Initials of Issuing Official)


No.


CITY OF LAWTEY

LAWTEY, BRADFORD COUNTY, FL

Dec. 7, 2010




MAKE A MARK (X) NEXT TO THE NAME OF THE :

CANDIDATE OF YOUR CHOICE.

CITY COUNCIL GROUP (2)





Vote for one term 4 year!

Carlton Jones

Sabrina L. Roberts



MAKE A MARK (X) NEX f TO THE NAME OF THE
CANDIDATE OF YOUR CHOICE.

CITY COUNCIL GROUP (4)


CITY OF LAWTEY


ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY,
; DECEMBER 7, 2010, FROM 7 A.M. UNTIL 7 P.M.
AT LAWTEY CITY HALL. ABSENTEE BALLOTS
CAN BE OBTAINED AT LAWTEY CITY HALL
FROM 7 A.M. UNTIL 4 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH
FRIDAY.


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Rradfnrd Contnv Telegraoh Thursday. Nov. 11 2010


for dispatch services, and wheth-
er the. amount Starke pays will
go away if the police department
and sheriff's office are consoli-


tion and asked the sheriff and dated. .
police chief to work together on The other municipalities do not
crunchinL the numbers and other and never have paid the county
details. Sheriff Gordon Smith fpr.dispatch services; the answer
and Police Chief: Jeff: Johnsnr :.toa questi6i.pos -by;Comniis-.
were willing to do so, but also sioner Nugeit. The county has
encouraged the city commission- always dispatched for Hampton
to poll its citizens to see where and Lawtey.as well as EMS and
the\ stood on the long-dischsse"d thefirec departments .'
issue of consolidation. The Starke Police Department
The city commission even dis- once dispatched its own officers,
..cussed it as an opportunity to use however. In 2007-08, county dis-
;ans savings to benefit utility cus-, patch absorbed Starke'sdispatch-
S ttmers. ers in a move meant to improve
'W.ith that in mind, the Starke, *communications and eliminate
commission proceeded with ask-,.- duplication of services. A num-
ing voters to weigh in by plan- ber of system upgrades were also
ning a straw poll. and Chastain under taken that put the sheriff's
said they still owe the voters that .'office,jail and police department
opportunity. on the.same records management
Waters said it wasn't' vot- system.
ers but a small group Qf people. Under the agreement, Starke
downtown who were pushing the pays the sheriff annually for
issue-people he said don't even".-' dispatch services. This .year the
live in the city of Starke. : .agreement places that payment
Commissioner Danny Nuge~y t. "at $84,000, which is an increase
said he would hate to spend the .over'prior: years. The agreement
money on a survey that people caps year-to-year increases at 5
might not even participate in He: percent, .
said the people he has talked(to', ::Chastain wanted 'to know if
are happy with the service they: thai amount would go away if the
..receive and like things the wavyagenciesarecombined.and Chief
they are. Johnson said. "I hae no idea. I
,.,Woods persisted in wanting"to,. would expect it to go away.".
hear from the county comris. Johnson said if the police de-
sion and Waters agreed to wait, apartment no longer exists, why
tntil then before the commission' should the city continue to pay
drops the issue. A letter seeking: fodispatch officers in the city.
input from the county commis Ciastlin" said that was also his
sion will be sent. understanding .
j "-" .. ", .... In .fact the cost of dispatch .is
Starke ,..:.' included in the cost of total con-
solidation, according to Sheriff
SCommissioners: Smith. The;: sheriff has. put to-,
Why are we paying gather a proposed budget for the
for dispatch? combindagency that he says
.0 -.wOuld save the city O$300,00: in
Faced with renewing its inter- o e r -d psi n mr
local agreement with the sher- down theline .
Se ... .down the line..., ily m
iff's office for dispatch services, The c splidatif-dispatch
SStarke city commissioners Were s already a n t istm e
Curious about a couple of things: Smithsaidand complete consol-
whether other cities are paying.. '



Farm-City celebrationmak

| BY MARK J. CRAWFORD' : .
Telegraph Editor '. '. '.

The county it trying to bring
back local Farm-City celebration '
with a first-year organizational ..
.event planned next week.
"Partnered withtt hecount) e- IF 2-NIG
.:tension office in this. effort are F"*E.2
the'University of Florida.,Flordia Donate' Car Boal
Farm Bureau and the Starke Ki- 1-800-2
wanis Club.
..Extension agent Jim DeVali-' ;:.
'-evQ said it's anopportunity to h.":: "
ecpgnize the importance of ag-: ",
culturetue and local farmers and "....
}eir relationship with the urban "7.
Communities that buy their food
and keep them in business,. .
i The event will be helda(th"
11'rdford County Fairgrounds C. ., *:-
on Tuesday, Nov. 16. Invited iO
guest will be served lunchby the ."
Iadford County Master Gar
d'ir'ers and hear a presentation
from keynote speaker Jeb Smith, .
a Tifth-generation farmer from .. FL


CITY
Continued from page 1A


Hastings. W' PREPAID
: The county commission issued : COLLEGE PLANS
proclamation in time for Na-
tional Farm-City Week. which h is
Nov. 19-25. Farm City 'eek .is .. .
i always held in conjunction with. M I '" ORi.APREPAI'.COAt.
Thanksgiving each year.". '" OR A,.. 0 'i2-GRAD (4723).,
This first year is an organi--: ,
iafional effort, and those. in at-. .
tendance will be asked to jo iorda Pripil College Plans offers two different plans. The Florida Prepaid College Plan
in participating in. future ears is a prepaipln. guaranteed by the State of Florida; sees. 1009.98(7), Fla.Stat. Florida's
in .... Y s. -in' .... s ?ur'e 5 .'a e s0.es a'. d t aile colleges' impose fees not covered by the'Prepaid Plan. The
..hen the extension office hope riun.a Coieg r..e.tienn Piar.i ai.:o. i. i n: p. ', i.i ,' ...:i j .. inteed. Returns
plan youth-oriented uti\ itic UA, a co, low5., cr.,, r' ., ,,u ,,, ,., .- ,.oir .e.. Plan Disclosure
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S .tey also want the local Farm-:. .ona..s.-.
'^i celebration to ,encourage '' '
ti mercial agriculture. De-Val- .. :
jrio told the county commission. l
Jie is surprised more aren't taking. ''
advantage of local food produc-i
lion capabilities. -
"We have some real good ..
sources in this county 'and we '
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selling flags
I Take pride in the country and .
Show support for America's
troops by flying a new 3-by-5.
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the Bradford County Historic,
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Call Monterey Wasdin 'at 904..
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Lawtey rec Any arid all donations are ap-
.. "e preciated. For more information,
seeks Christmas please contact Suzette Miscally
donations at904-782-3660.
donations w.. .- ,
The Lawtey Recreation De- "in 40" TV
apartment is asking for donations-. The Lawtey recreation depart-
for the annual Lawtey Commu- ment is selling chances to win
nity Christmas h.arty hed-,h'. a 40-inch flat screen Sony tele-
year to benefit children in the vision: Tickets are $2 each or
community. three for $5. The)' are available
The party will be held on Sat, at city hall or by calling Suzette
urday, .Miscally .at 904-782-3660, Te-
munity Schodo-follo~virig thi''resaGriffin at 904-782-1846 or
...it -w. -,.t" Ginny Warner at 904-782-9810
Christmas parade, which begins GnnyWaer at 9047829810
at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited to (after 5 p.m.).
participate. Ert o The drawing will be held at the
participate. .,.


idation would do the same.
Law enforcement costs-dis-
patch, patrol. or otherwise-do
not disappear because the city
expects a high level of service.
but the sheriff said the\ could be
reduced. Smith says he can main-
tain or even impro\ e the level of
.service :by operating a consoli-
dated agency. which would ulti-
mately cost less than maintaining
two separate agencies.
'Waters used the increase in
communications costs this year
and next to say the city would
never know when to expect high-
er requests from the county un-
der consolidation. While the cost
of doing business increases from
year to year, and certain cost
increases in benefits like insur-
ance can't be avoided even when
employees aren't getting raises,
the city would face the same in-
creases with or without consoli-
dation, and it would be maintain-
ing a larger police force than the
sheriff has said he would need to
cover the city.

In other business:
The commission agreed
to apply for a $2.000 Edward
Byrne Memorial Justice Assis-
tance Grant made available by
the Florida Department of Law
Enforcement.
The board also agreed to ac-
cept a $129,000 COPS Hiring
Recovery' Program grant that
will pay for a new officer over
the next three years on the chief's
assurance that there would not be
a great increase in related costs.
The commission would be obli-
gated to pay' for one year of em-
ployment beyond the three-years
covered by the grant, and it was
noted that this position could not
be cut for four years, even if other
employee cuts had to be made.
Johnson said he is losing a
: captain, and that administrative
position will not be filled, which
will result in a savi-ngs for the de-
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annual Christmas party, but you
do not have to be present to win.
Proceeds benefit the recreation
department.


and I understand that the money
that we spend is your tax money.
I make'my best effort to always
spend your money to the best in-
terest of the taxpayer.
I will work hard for the citi-
zens of Lawtey. You may contact
me at my home number 904-782-
1117 or by e-mail at carlton-
jones6345@yahoo.com with any
questions or concerns.
I am Carlton Jones and I am
asking for your vote on Dec. 7..


years on the city council and
0% ,. would like to continue to serve
S.-the citizens of Lawtey.
I was honored to serve as may-
or. my first year on the council
S. during which I visited other cities
I and learned of ways to improve
Our own city through the Florida
_- Recreation Development Assis-
S. stance Program. learning that our
great city did not have to spend
-our cityfunds for these grants.
I served. as department head
of.the recreation department for
one year in which we hosted our
annual EBack to School Block
.Parity,. This event is a working
parnership between our city and
the local merchants throughout
Bradford County) and generous
:.donors to provide a day of fun
Carlton Jones andnschool supplies for Lawtey.
We hosted a political rally to let
Jones seeking voterss gettto know the candidates
.:running for office. We had our
re-election :annual Easter egg hunt, Hallow-
in Lawtey een and Christmas party events
Wteyas'well. All ofthese events are to
The following is. ani at Mlin kl.,e l-provide activities for the citizens
inent of intention toq.r.un for pub of Lawtey at little to no cost.
lic office subtnittedby lthe cafdi. I have served my last two years
date. ...... as department head of the fire de-
I am Carlton Jones .and I am partment.
asking for your vote on DMc. 7, I ant the citizens to know that
I have served for the past four value input from all citizens,





THANK YOU!

My sincere .thanks to the 749
voters in. District 5 who voted
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Main Street Starke, Inc
Board Meeting
Monday, November 8, 201Q at 12 Noon
Chrissy's" Old Time Meeting House.'.'
Bradford.Coiynty,:,- ':; '.
Development Authority .
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
12 Noon ... ... '. ... . ::
Community State Bank Boardroom
American Cancer Society .
Cancer Resource Center
Opening in Lake.Butler'-
Wednesday, November IQ',201'0
11:00 AM-2:00 PM: '"' -
Veteran's Day
Thursday, November 11, 2010 ,
IChamber Office .will be closed
Bradford County
Tourist Development Council
Monday, November 15, 2.010
12 Noon
Chrissy's Olde Time Meeting House
Farm City Day Luncheon
Tuesday, November 16,,2010
BC Fairgrounds
Must RSVP to attend
NFRCC Board of Governor's Meeting
Thursday, November 18; 2010
12 Noon . : .
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conference' Center
11610 N Temple Ave. Starke, FL. .
Tree Board Meeting
Monday, November 22 20'10
Chamber Office '...
5:00 pm .. ':: :

Thanksgiving-- ;;
Thursday, Nov. 25' "
Chamber Office will be closed on Thursday
and Friday in observoree.'8f Theksgiving.


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Dteembe 4, 2010
i Applications available at the Chamber of Commerce office
in Starke. Currently seeking cook teams, prizes will be
awarded for Best Chili and for Best 10X10 decorations/
presentation.
For more details call 904-964-5278 and ask
for Jennifer.


Christmas Parades
Lake Butler Parade
Friday, December 3, starts at 6:00 pm


Starke Parade
Saturday, December 4, starts at 6:00 pm

Keystone Heights Parade
Saturday, December I1, starts at 6:00 pm


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Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Bradford County Telegraph 7A


Clerk warns commission about spending


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
T'ilegraph Editor

l'rccintcd with preliminary\
plans to rcroolf cil\ hall and the
fire department. Starke's city
clerk xwarncd the commission it
doesn't have moncy to pay em-
ploices. let alone take on new
construction projects.
Architect Paul Stressing was
askcd t,! lok at options for re-
roofing the buildings and formu-
late a price based on the most log-
ical solution. He recorhmended a
rt)ol-o\cer-roof solution. which
in\ol\cs engineering trusses that
span the existing roof so a new
roof can be built above it.
That would cost an estimated
$99,000 at the fire station and
$153,000 at city hall, he said,
for a total of $252,000. If the
city selected only one building,
Stressing said the cost per square
foot would be slightly higher and
the fire department would cost
$110,000 to reroof. City hall-
would cost $170,000, according
to Stressing's estimate.
Even though the city hall roof
is in better condition, it is larger
than the roof at the fire depart-
ment, which explains the cost
difference. In addition, there are
air conditioning units on the roof
that would have to be moved or
enclosed.
The estimated construction
costs do not include architectural
and related services, which could
be an additional 7.5 to 8 percent
of the project cost, but that does
include everything from prepar-
ing the construction documents
and bidding the project to weekly
construction meetings, inspec-
ltions and project closeout.


Library awarded
books on
American
history, culture
The Bradford County Public
Library is one of 4,000 libraries
across the country selected by
the National Endowment for the
Humanities and the American Li-
brary Association to receive free.
hardcover ediiioinsof 17 classic i
books as part 'f the"We the Peo-
pie Bookshelf Grant Program.
The theme of this year's
Bookshelf was "A More Perfect
Union." Some of the books in-
cluded in the award are:
n Kindergarten to grade three:
"Tico and the Golden Wings".
by Leo Lionni; "When Mar-
ian Sang: The True Recital
of Marian Anderson" by Pamr
Mufioz Ryan.
1 Grades four to six: "CUsar:
iSf, Se Puedc!/Yes, We Can!"
by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand;
"Darby" by Jonathon Scott
Fuqua.
1 Grades seven and eight:
"Chains" by Laurie Halse An-
derson- "Hitch" by Jeanette
Ingold.
a Grades nine to 12: "Ameri-
can Creation: Triumphs and
Tragedies at the Founding of
the Republic" by Joseph Ellis.
0 Bonus: "The Civil War: A
Film by Ken Burns"; "The.
Civil War: An Illustrated His-"
tory" by'Geoffrey Ward, Ric'
Burns. Ken Burns.
The award is part of the NEH's'
We the People initiative, which
supports projects that strengthen
the teaching, study,. and under-
standing of American history and
culture.


Commissioner Tommy
Chastain asked if- the city had
funds available and City Clerk
I.inda Johns said the commis-
sion had already been spending
be\ ond its means.
"'No sir. \we do not have funds
to do this with, I can tell you
that right now." she said. "You
all have spent money and spent
monc until there is no money to
spend."
Johns told the commission that
the last company to work on the
roofing needed to be brought
back to fix any problems. She
said she set aside $60,000 when
the city sold the old fire sta-
tion, but that is not enough to
complete the project, and asked
where the city was going to get
the additional money.
"You've all got to start listen-
ing to me: We don't have any
money to spend," Johns said.
Chastain asked about addition-
al money that had been available
for remodeling, but Johns said-
money was so tight she had used
$200,000 from the building fund
to cover payroll.
Commissioner Wilbur Wa-
ters said he knew there had been
$300,000 in the building fund,
and Johns said she would be
pulling from it again to pay em-
ployees.
Mayor Travis Woods asked
why there was no money to pay
employees. Johns responded that
she had given the board a report-
for the month of October that ex-
plained why. That report showed
expenses outpacing revenue in
the general fund and utility fund.
Revenue was slower to come
in at the beginning of the fiscal
year, she explained at the time.


Family night
at Lawtey
Community
School
Lawley Community School is
hosting a family night Tuesday,
Nov. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. with
food and games for parents and
kids. Come enjoy free pizza, free
soda and free books. Dinner willJ
be served until 6:45 p.m.. fo9
lowed by Bingo'orBooks'.
All children should be accom-
panied by an adult. Please call
904-966-6795 or fill out a form
in the front office by Nov. 12 so
the school knows how many par-
ticipants to plan for.


Following up on an audit re-
port that revealed the cit\ is
more than S14 million in debt.
Johns also calculated the cit\'s
annual debt sern ice at more than
SI.6 million. She had asked the
board at that meeting to impose
a spending freeze., and the board
agreed.
"We do not have enough mon-
ce to transfer from the utility
fund to the general fund to help
pay. We have.no money coming
in for the taxes \yet. so xwe have
no extra money," she said. "We
have no extra money\ put a\way
for any of this stuff."
Even when money starts to
come in, the roofing projects
have not been planned for in
this year's budget, she said. If
the commission spends money
to reroof the fire station or city
hall, it is going to have to take the
money from somewhere else.
"That's what I've been trying
to tell you all-we have no mon-
ey," she said.
Woods said with a leaky build-
ing and no one to fix it, the city is
between a rock and a hard place.
but Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner said the city would have
to look at alternatives until it has
sufficient funds for repairs..
"Right now I can't see mak-
ing a motion to do this when we
don't have the funds," she said.
Instead the board decided to
postpone a decision while alter-
natives were researched. One op-
tion Stressing discussed for the
fire department might be work-
able with the $60,000 that has
been set aside.
In the meantime, Operations
Manager Ricky Thompson asked
that someone be brought in to


patch the roof at the fire depart-
ment to prevent further damage.
Stressing, who is also working
on roofing projects for the school
board agreed. He said more ex-
tensive work would be needed at
Hamipton and Brooker elemen-
tary schools because problems
weren't caught earlier.


Good Shepherd
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8A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010


Rec property purchased postponed again


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegrapul Editor
certainan aoult enironmen-
tal contaminants that ma\ be
present on the property\ and in the
building,. the Starke City Com-
misssion postponed a decision
on purchasing the old Riverside
I uniform building to renox ate for
recreation.
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an *enk ironmental assessment
that has shown there is offsite
contamlitlion across the street
from Riverside. One of several
monitoring \xell across the street
tested positive for benzene, a
carcinogenic gasoline compo-
nent. There was once a nearly
2,000-gallon storage tank under-
ground believed to hold gasoline,
and aboveground tanks as well,
according to Starke Operations


Manager Ricky Thompson.
The watershed flows south to-
ward the Riverside building and
recreation park. That could pose
a problem for the city, Thompson
said.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters
raised concern that Rixerside's
owner had only. performed a
phase I environmental stud\ for
the cit\ to rex iew and additional
contamination such as that found
across the street might have yet
to be revealed. He said he would
like to purchase the property but'
not until- further testing is per-
formed.
Mayor Travis Woods said
that's been one of his concerns,
too, with a building and property
that will be occupied by chil-
dren.
The study did not include an
indoor air sampling. Thompson


said that would cost more than
S4,000. and that does not include
the additional cost of putting in
wells and testing the groundxxa-
ter.
A previous letter from the
landowner indicted that the city
would be responsible for the cost
of any further testing.
Woods said the offer for the-
building \-as a good one, but it's
not worth the health of the kids
w\ho will be breathing the air and
pla% ing on those grounds.
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allowed to find out the total cost
of further environmental testing.
He said he would present those
numbers at the next city commis-
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further considers the purchase of
the property.


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CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL-'

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Community asked to get involved as new ministry opens


I .s... .. ..


Kristi Overton Johnson (left), the founder of A Cham-
pion's Heart Life Center, and Joanna Merritt Weldon,
founder of Answers, speak during the dedication
ceremony.



Indians eliminated


in first round of


volleyball playoffs

BY CLIFF SMELLY 7
Regional News/Sport.s Editor


The inability to hang onto
leads late in the first two sets
eventually doomed the
Keystone Heights volleyball
team, which saw its season
come to an end with a 3-1 (26-
24, 25-23, 22-25, 25-17) loss
to visiting Episcopal in a Class
3A regional quarterfinal match
on Nov. 3.
Episcopal (14-15 prior to
Nov. 9), which played Bolles
this past Tuesday in; the
semifinals, was able to pull out
the first two sets with
Keystone holding 23-21 and
19-15 leads, putting the
Indians into a 2-0 .hole they
couldn't climb out of.
"V IlC-i, ijl's a morientlum
game," Keystone head coach
Belinda Phillips said. "We just
can't lose that momentum and
let it affect us for that many
plays."
The Indians (25-3) built a
15-9 lead in- the first set, but
the Eagles put together a run to
go up by two. A service error
and a kill by Meghan Zinkel
helped put Keystone back on
top 21-19. The Indians held
serve with a 23-21 lead, but
Episcopal's Megan Sowell
recorded a kill to force side-
out. The Eagles, getting a key
block- from Sarah Patterson,
scored two points with Sowell
serving to go up 24-23.
Keystone was able to force
side-out and tie the score at 24-
all, but could not score a point


Chandler Singletary re-
ceives a serve in the
Indians' 3-1 loss in the
regional quarterfinals.

off of its serve. Patterson
ended the set in the Eagles'
favor with a kill.
The Indians held a 17-14
lead in the second set and went
up 19-14 with Mackenzie
Dicks serving. Sowell forced
side-out with a kill, with the
result being that the Eagles
scored six straight points with
Elena Goebertus serving.
Sowell had two kills during
.*hat span.
It was tied at 22-all with
Chelsea Velazquez serving for
the Indians. A block by
Madyson Maxwell resulted in
a point, but Ma:yl Kelley
Moran forced side-oout with a

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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It is easy to look at the name
and make the connection
between the ministry and
Kristi Overton Johnson. It's
called A Champion's Heart.
Johnson is a champion in the
sport of water skiing and has a
heart for helping people.
However, A Champion's
Heart is so much more than
Johnson. She told a crowd at
the Nov. 6 grand opening of
the ministry's life center that it


%will take many to make the
ministry a success.
"God has called us to do
something," Johnson siid.
"God has called you to do
something. If we all do that,
then it's not going to be
difficult."
Crafts and food vendors,
antique cars. bounce houses,
train rides and live
entertainment and
demonstrations were part of
the day's activities at A
Champion's Heart Life Center,


which is located at 205
Magnolia Ave. and Azalea
Park (formerly St. Anne's
Episcopal Church) in Keystone
Heights. The center, which is
the former church's sanctuary,
will serve as a chapel where
people of any denomination
can go to pray as well as a
place to hold weddings and
community activities.
A Champion's Heart also
comprises an education center,
that will include a production-
media center and a


multipurpose room where
various life-skills classes will
be offered, as well as a
resource center in a building
-on Magnolia Avenue across
from where the life center is.
Johnson said she believes
that God wants people to walk
with .their heads held high,
making reference to the
Biblical verse Leviticus 26:13.
A Champion's Heart, with its
wide-ranging goals, is a place

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Benjamin Crews

Crews
completes
basic training
Air National (iuard Airman
Benjamin C. Crews graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
('re\s completed an
intensive, eight-week program
that included training in
military discipline and studies,


-
ka* *basic arfare
principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits
to% ard an associate in applied
science degree through the
Community College of the Air
Force. .
He is Ihe son of Rand\
Crews of Starke, and is a 2009
graduate of Bradford High
School.

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graduates from
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Wheeler Jr. graduated from the
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Tactical D)ata Systems
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Training course at Fort Sill,
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generators. and artillery
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Wheeler is the son of Tina
R. Wheeler of Starke. and is a
2(X)9 graduate of Union
Count\ High School in Lake
Butler.

Checkpoints set
up Clay County
The Clay County Sheriffs
Office and its traffic unit will
conduct a traffic safety
checkpoint from 11 p.m.
Saturday. Nov. 13. to 3 a.m.
Sunday. Nov. 14, in the 200
block of Blanding Boulevard
in Orange Park.
According to Public
Information Officer Mary
Justino, the checkpoint is one
in a series of scheduled events
geared toward enforcing traffic
laws and identifying impaired
drivers so that overall traffic
safety is improved.


Tornadoes denied playoff spot


with 27-22 loss to Fort White


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional A, n \. 'rts Editor
Quarterback Austin
Chipoletti gave his tla. .a,
chance in the second hfif'
* throwing three touchdown
passes, but the Bradford
football team could not
completely overcome a slow
start in a 27-22 District 2-211
loss to Fort White on Nov. 5 inl
Fort White.. "
It was wvin-and-you're-in
game as the winner would be
the District 2 runner-up to
Taylor County and earn a
playoff berth. Bradford (7-3, 3-
2 in District 2) had its chances,
outscoring the host Indians 22-
20 in the second half as
Chipoletti completed 14-ol-24
passes for 183 yards. The
Tornadoes, though, could not
stop Fort White running back'
J.R. Dixon, who rushed tfor
202 yards and four
touchdowns on 27 carries.
The senior transfer from
.Columbia County High School
answered Bradford's first two
touchdowns with long scoring
runs on which he was virtually
untouched as the Torinidoes
never could recover from 14-
0 deficit.
"Our defense, I think, played
as well as they can right now
against a good, bigger,
physical football team,"
Bradford head coach Derek
Chipolelti said. "(Fort White)
coach (Demetric) Jackson does
a great job. They're u.ist more
physical right now."
An interception by Fort
White (6-3, 4-1) seemed to
seal the Tornadoes' fate. The
Indians led 27-16 and had the
ball with 5:12 left to play.
Dixon was able to give Fort
White a first down _on a J-1,
yard run, but the tornadoess
forced the Indians to turn the
ball over on downs, holding
Dixon to a 2-yard gain on
fourth-and- 10.
There wvas only 2:12 left to


Bradford defenders, including Lyndell Hampton, Tre
Edmond and Keith Baker, gang up on Fort White run-
ning back J.R. Dixon.


play, but II seconds was all
Bradford needed as Austin
Chipoletti hooked up with
Tramaine Harris for a 61-yard
touchdown. An unsuccessful


two-point conversion
Bradford trailing 27-22.
Bradford attempted


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Nov. ,1, 2C,U


BHS, KHHS to be represented


at cross country regionals


Bradford boys grab
last regional spot

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford qualified for the
Region 1-2A cross country
meet after placing eighth as a
team at the District 2 meet,
which was held Nov. 4 in
Jacksonville.
The Tornadoes missed out
on a regional berth last season.
placing ninth at the district
meet, but this year's team
earned the last qualifying spot
with a score of 273 and
finishing ahead of ninth-place
Baldwin, which had a score of
290.
Andy Merrill led Bradford
with a time of 18:08.21, which
was good for 23"' place. Scotty)
Pierce had a personal-record
time of 20:12.27, followed by
Ian Waters' (20:34.97), John
Wesley Gillenwaters
(20:34.97) and Cole
Whitehead (22:23.33).
Nease finished as the district
champion with a score of 46,
while host Bishop Kenny was
runner-up with a score of 64.
The Region 1 finals will be
held Saturday, Nov. 13, at
Sunnyhill Farms in
Tallahassee.
Bradford did not field a full
girls' team, but did have four
runners compete. Amanda Hall
led the way with a 41"-place
finish with a time of 22:38.15.
Deanna Jordan had a time of
25:43.99, followed by Destiny
Trentham (26:48.80) and
Hannah Ricker (28:15.53).
Trentham's time was a
personal record.
Bradford coach John Loper
was pleased to note that of the
four girls who ran, three are
freshmen, while the boys'
team consists of one freshman,
two sophomores and two
juniors.
"Our future looks bright,"
Loper said.
Loper wished to thank all
the people who have supported
the, prqgra, as. it, ,ortlt eS,r(o
grow.
Saturday will be a busy day
for the Bradford cross country
in general as the Bradford
Middle School teams will


compete at the Florida Middle
School State Championship.


Schaul earns lone
berth for Keystone
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Enmilh Schaul earned a berth
in the regional finals for the
second straight year. while
teammate Julia Osteen just
'missed out on qualify\ ing at the
District 3-2A finals on Nov. 4
in Dade City.
Schaul, an eighth-grader, is
the only member of either the
Keystone Heights girls' or
boys' team who will advance.
She placed sixth with a time of
22:07.69, impro\ ing upon her
lO0'-place finish at last \ear's
district meet.
The top 15 individuals, as
\\ell as the top six teams,
earned spots in the Region 2
meet, which \will he held
Saturday, No\. 13. at Chain of
Lakes in Titusville. Osteen, a
se\enth-grader. missed outl on
qualifying h3 one spot. placing
16"' at the district nieel with a


which will be held at 'un '"
Fun in Lakeland.


time of 23:25.36. S.anta t-c'
Thalia Menifec earned the Iais:
qualifying spot \ itlli time o'
23:14.14.
Hanna Crane placed 21" in
the race \\ith a time o
23:42.26, \ ehilE .lulie Alhrito
had a time of 40:27.57.
Keystone, e \ith onil I. u
runners, did not generattc
points as a team, but the sch(o
did field a fill team in thc
boys' race. missing out oi
qualifying for the region
meet by two places. inishinq
eighth out of 12 teams. Santi
Fe earned the last team spo
with a score of 145. vwhlil
Anclote and Bradford haii
team scores of 157 and 220.
respectively.
IndividuallI. l .is Rodri uei ,
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lCrime & Punishment


Man rams
deputy's cruiser
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office Deputy Tommy Sapp
attempted to make a traffic
stop on the afternoon of Nov. 7
when the vehicle fled from
him. The driver, later
,identified as Joseph Nanza
Gordon, 25, of Gainesville,
sped off when Sapp activated
his lights.
As Deputy Sapp pursued the
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a law enforcement officer, and
fleeing-attempting to elude an
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Total bond was set at
$36,000 and he remained in
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(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Ernest L. Bates, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
trespassing. He was released
on his own recognizance Nov.
4.
Eric Ivan Bell, 39, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by BCSO
deputies for battery..Boid was -
set at $1,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Marcellus Bounds, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 4 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation.
Deven 'Aaron Bryan, 18, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
David Buzzard, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
N)v. 8 for two counts of
burglary of a structure.
Eric Delane Bynum, 32, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for fraud-giving
a false identification to a law
enforcement officer, and having
no valid driver's license. Total
bond was set at $1,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Lee Cass, 47, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 8 by CCSO
deputies for violation of
probation.
Patrick Rayburn Crawford,
49, of Hampton was arrested
Nov. 6 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.


Jason Wayne Crews, 22, of
Statke was arrested Nov. 2 by
Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge, driving while
license is suspended or
revoked, resisting an officer
with violence and contributing
to the delinquency of a minor.
Bond was set at $11,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Jorge Alcides Dominguez,
32, of Gainesville was arrested
Nov. 5 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Loretta Jenean Dyal, 41, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov.
3 by BCSO deputies on two
counts of violation of
probation for original
misdemeanor charges. She was
being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Angelina Venise Hall, 45, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 1 by
BCSO deputies for fraud-
providing a false statement in
order to obatin unemployment
compensation. She was
released on her own
recognizance Nov. 1.
Jack Harman, 31, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 3 by CCSO
deputies on a warrant for
giving a false statement to a
law enforcement officer.
Dustin Wade Jackson, 25, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 5 by
parole and probation officers
for violation of probation for
an original felony cahrge. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in the Bradford
County Jail as of press time.
Proviess Maurice Jiles, 33,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
by SPD officers for larceny.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she was released on bond Nov.
3.
Mark Edward Jones, 38, of
Brooker was arrested Nov. 5
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
-revoked and leaving the scene
-vof an accident with property
damage." Bond was set at
$11,000 and he was released
on bond Nov. 7.
Brandon Scott King, 23, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
8 by -BCSO deputies for
robbery and possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon.
Bond was set at $200,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Krystal Martinez, 22, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 3
by CCSO deputies for
burglary.
Joseph Lee Mitchell, 42,
was arrested Nov.' by BCSO
deputies for DJI, driving
while license is suspended or
revoked, fleeing and
attempting to elude an officer
and resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$26,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Mathew Michael Murscoe,
,50, of Alachua was arrested-
Nov. 4 by SPD officers for
larceny. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Nov. 5.
Travis Lee Nelson, 38, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 1 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Nov. 2.
Gari Alaina Perry, 21, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by


LPD officers for assault and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$2,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Richard Vondrae Perry. 28.
was arrested Nov. 5 by BCSO
deputies for battery. Bond was
set at S5.000 and he was
released on bond Nov. 6.
Lorrie Raison, 35. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for unlawful entry to a
structure.
Shawn Rayson, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for arson of a
dwelling.
Julie Reynolds, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court.
Ricky Edward Seal, 52, of
Florahome was arrested Nov. 5
by LPD officers for violation
of parole, fleeing and
attempting to elude an officer
and on an .out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Heather Still, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Domingo Torres, 56, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by
BCSO deputies for three
counts of burglary to an
unoccupied dwelling and three
counts of larceny. Bond was
set at $75,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Marion Hershel Waldron,
34, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 4 by BCSO deputies for
trespassing. He was released
on his own recognizance Nov.
4.
Benjamin McKenna, 18, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 5
by CCSO deputies for
aggravated battery.

Narcie McKinney Walker,
37, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. I by BCSO deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling and criminal-mischief
with property damage. Bond
was set-'at' $30,00 and' she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jason Wilson Wall, 29, of
Minneola was arrested Nov. 4
by BCSO deputies for
vioaltion of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
being held on no bond arid
remained in jail as of press
time.


Byron Lee Warren, 26, of
Hockley, Texas, was arrested
Nov. 2 by SPD officers for
loitering. Bond was set at
S 1.000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Joshua Watts, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 2 by CCSO deputies for
retail theft and resisting a
merchant attempting to recover
stolen goods.
Kevin Webb, 42, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 4 by COSO
deputies for grand theft and
resisting an officer without
violence.
Loretta Lynn Westberry, 43,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
by BCSO deputies for burglary
of an unoccupied dwelling and
larceny. Bond was set at
$20,000 and she was released
on bond Nov. 3.
Alexander B. Williams, 37,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
on an out-of-county warrant.
He was transferred to the
Suwannee County Jail on Nov.
4.
Johnny Williams, 23, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 3
by CCSO deputies for
burglary.
Joshua Williams, 26, of


Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 7 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for forgery, uttering a
forged instrument and grand
theft.
Jonathan Scott Woodham,
22, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 6 on an out-of-county


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the Polk Caounty Jail on Nov.
6.
Susan Young, 45. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 7 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
failure to appear in court.


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Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Page 4B



Letters to the Editor


Camp Blanding
celebrates 70th
anniversary
Dear Editor:
Saturday, No\. 13..the (-amp
lflanding Museum will host a
commemoration of Veterans
Day and the 70"h anniversary of
the mobilization of Camp
Landing for World War II. Be-
ginning at 9 a.m., re-enactors
will display uniforms, weapons
and vehicles used during World
War II. At 10 a.m., there will be
a special ceremony honoring
veterans. The adjutant general of
Florida, Maj. Gen. Titshaw, will
speak.
Others invited to speak in-
clude Mr. Rupert Metzroth, a
former German POW at Camp
Blanding, and veterans who
trained at the camp. A conm-
memorative cake will be cut
following the ceremony. At ap-
proximately 12:30 p.m., there
will be a blank firing demonstra-
tion. of many World War II
weapons. Also on hand for the
day will be Nick Wynne and
Richard Moorhead, authors of
"Florida in World War II." This
very interesting book can be
purchased and autographed by
the authors. The public is invited
to attend this special event
Col. (R) Kent Petelle
Starke


Bradford County
pastors praying
together
Dear Editor:
Several senior pastors in
Bradford County met Nov. 4
for fellowship and prayer. The
camaraderie and vision-sharing
were inspiring. The prayer was
anointed and brought comfort
and encouragement.


Bradford County. A plan was
put in motion to begin
addressing the spiritual needs
of the county, including a
monthly meeting of senior
pastors for prayer and
fellowship.
Also, "Celebrate Sunday
Night" will kick off at First
Baptist Church of Starke on
Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. God's people
from all churches are invited to
assemble at one location for
worship. Don Thompson,
senior pastor of Lawtey
Methodist Church, will bring
the message. Special music
will be performed, while
programs for children will be
available.
The pastors' work is just
beginning. Please keep them in
your prayers.
Steven Hayes
Senior pastor
First Christian Church

Reply to an irate
government
union worker
Dear Editor:
I was a union member (I re-
main a government worker) for
around 25 years, until I read the
Communist Manifesto and dis-
covered they (unions) were cre-
ated by the communists to bank-
rupt every industry they entered
and bankrupt the states and
country. They are doing a great
job of that. They do indeed
benefit the union workers finan-
cially. Unions are just one of
many ways the Marxists are
destroying/bankrupting/ "chang-
ing" America. I highly recom-
mend reading the "Manifesto of
the Communist Party" by Karl
Marx, describing how they "win
the battle of democracy" (get
people to vote for them).
I would imagine very, very
few union workers realize who


Ministries n,-,t% il "rdBl'aO W.i7,ZSQ f tli risWd-T i thev
individual churches -.*i agenda.
shared. The pastors were My primary message is: know
encouraged to support each your "isms": capitalism, social-
other in outreach events. A ism, Marxism, communism.
commitment was made to Know each and be able to rec-
undergird community leaders ognize each. Know the incentive
in prayer. for socialism. Know why social-
The common thread of the ism is the transition phase from
meeting was the discernment. capitalism to commu-
of the need for revival in nism. Know that Marxism is a


plan of the communists to "win
the battle of democracy." Know
how they win this battle (how
they get people to vote for
them).
There are many anti-
Americans/anti-capitalists in all
levels of our government. There
are many anti-American/anti-
capitalist organizations in Amer-
ica. Know how to recognize
these people/organizations.
If you've been watching the
truth based Fox News Channel
with Glenn Beck on a regular
basis the last several years, you
have seen a mountain of evi-
dence of what I speak. If
you only watch the mainstream
Marxist propaganda media, then
you'll likely never give a second
thought to what I'm saying.
I'm a "tea party" republican.
I'm not anti-government. I'm for
limited government, not for un-
necessarily and excessively big
socialism government.
I support essential govern-
ment and essential government
workers, military, police,
etc., necessary for a strong, safe,
secure and prosperous free mar-
ket, capitalist country.
Stephen Wall
Starke


INDIANS
Continued from Page 1B
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kill, allowing Episcopal to
close out the set with kills
from Sowell and Ervonni
Flynn.
The Indians fell behind 2-1
at the start of the third set, but
a service error and a kill by
Zinkel gave them a lead they
would never relinquish. The
Eagles threatened to come
from behind late, holding serve
with Keystone leading 23-20.
A tip by Moran pulled the
Eagles to within 23-22, but a
service error gave the Indians'
Dakota Thacker the serve with
a 24-22 lead. Zinkel had a kill
for the game-winning point.
Episcopal never trailed in
the fourth set, building a 17-:10
lead as the Indians scored only
two points on 10 serve
attempts. Keystone scored two
points with Maxwell serving,
getting a tip that fell for a point
from Chelsea Cravey and a
passing error on the Eagles to
make it 17-13, but that was
one of only three times during
the set the Indians scored
consecutive points.
The Eagles' match-winning
point came on a serve-receive
error.
Zinkel led the Indians in
kills with 12, while Thacker
had nine. Zinkel also had nine
digs and eight service points,
three of which were aces.
Chelsea Harvin led the team
in digs with 16, while tallying
31 assists.
Episcopal's Marissa


~1


Dakota Thacker sends the ball over the net as team-
mates (1-r) Chelsea Harvin, Madyson Maxwell and -"'
Meghan Zinkel.


Tandron had 42 assists, while
Ervonni Flynn had a match-
high 21 kills.
"She's good," Phillips said
of Flynn, who is just a
freshman. "She got over our
block a lot."
Flynn is one of five
underclassmen in Episcopal's
starting line-up, but Keystone
will return a lot of players next
season as well, losing only


seniors C('ravey, wxho is a
middle blocker, and Chandler
Singletary. who is a defens-i-
specialist.
That should help the Indi'1is
make another run next season,
but Phillips points to ano.tWcr
factor that should help as wqll'.
"For the first time we've'g6t
a lot of girls who are going .'o
play club in the offseason,"'sle
said. !


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Kirksey, Thomas power Keystone to 48-16 homecoming victory


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bruce Kirkse) and Reggie
Thomas rushed for a combined
281 \ards and four scores as
the Ke\stone Heights football
team overcame a rash of
penalties to defeat visiting
Umatilla 48-16 in a District 4-
2B matchup on Nov. 5.
Thomas had three
touchdowns and 176 yards on
29 carries, while Kirkse\
added one touchdown and 105
yards on five carries -as the
Indians (2-7, 2-3 in District 4)
successfully capped
homecoming with a w\in. Head
coach Chuck Dickinsdn.
however, was disturbed by the
number of penalties assessed
on his team in the first half,.
which included three personal
fouls and three
unsportsmanlike conduct flags,
resulting in one of his players
being ejected from the game.
"Some of the kids lost their


composure at certain times,"
he said. "Things are going to
happen on the football field.
You've got to play between
the whistles, and you can't get
emotionally involved."
Dickinson said he was not
only upset by the number of
penalties, but by the types of
infractions, especially the three
unsportsmanlike fouls
assessed.
"You expect some penalties
if 'ou are playing aggressive,
defensive football," he said.
"but the penalties we had
tonight were stupid.
Sometimes one guy does
something out there and, of
course, the one who gets
caught is the one w ho
retaliates. My big talk at
halftime was we are here to
play football. You can't do
those other things and you
can't get caught up in that
other stuff."
The coach's halftime lecture


apparently w\\orked. The
Indians \\ere flagged only once
in the second half, and that


Bruce Kirksey
makes his way
to the end zone
for a touch-
down in Key-
stone's home-
coming win. He
and Reggie
Thomas had a
combined 281
yards and four
scores. Photo
courtesy of
Tracy Hubbard.


was for holding.
Coming into the game, both
teams had identical records.


t'matilla, under first-year head
coach Rodney Torrance,
returned only 11 seniors to this
\car's squad after posting an
0-10 record in 2009.
The Indians got off to a fast
start. opening the game with a
fi e-play. 60-yard drive,
highlighted by four Thomas
runs for 30 yards and capped
with a 10-yard touchdown pass
from Evan Harvey to Ryan
Latner.
The visiting Bulldogs (1-8,
0-5) came right back, powered
by workhorse quarterback Jeff
Hall, who ran for 45 yards and
,passed for another 21, in
leading Umatilla from its own
36 to the end zone over five
plays to tie the score at 7-all. ,
Keystone broke out to post
13 points in the next two
minutes. After Umatilla's
score, the Indians took over o-n
their own 40. Two Thomas"
runs took the ball to- the
Umatilla 44, where Kirksey


took a quick handoff from
Harvey. broke into Ihe
secondary and then broke
right. The fullback picked up
downfield blocks from .atner
and Quintin Curtis, then
cruised to the goal line.
Kirkscy averaged 21 yardss
per carry for the night.
Dickinson said he thought
Umatilla would focus its
defense on Thomas. He w as
looking for opportunities to
use the big fullback.
"We would run off tackle.
the) would start moving
players to the outside, and then
we would run Bruce again
inside," he said. "That's \\hy
we didn't run it more than
seven:..times. We were just
taking advantage of what the)
were giving us."
The coach also said his
offensive line did a good job
springing Kirksey on the trap

See KHHS page 7B


Tigers lose homecoming game 20-18 to East Gadsden Jaguars


BY TYLER STONE
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
A late drive into scoring
position ended with
placekicker Carl Alexander on
the ground, no game-winning
field goal and fans wondering
why there was no roughing-
the-kicker call in the Union
County football team'.s 20-18
District 2-2B loss to visiting
East Gadsden on Nov. 5.
Playing for nothing but
pride, a homecoming win and
at least one win in District 2
. this season, the Tigers (4-5, 0-
5 in District 2) seemingly had
those goals in view, moving
the ball downfield in the final
2:30. Running back Justin
Tyson led the charge as Union
.was in the red zone with less
than 20 seconds remaining.
After two attempts at the end
,zone, the Tigers attempted a
'field goal on third down.


Alexander set up for the
kick, but was rushed by three
Jaguars and knocked to the
ground. Much to the dismay of
the home crowd, there was no
penalty, though head coach
Ronny Pruitt said the referee
admitted after the game the
officials made a mistake in not
throwing a flag.
East Gadsden (5-5, 2-3) was
forced to punt after its first
three plays from scrimmage,
but the Jaguars were able to
continue their opening series
when they recovered their
blocked punt attempt and
picked up a first down. One
play later, they put the first
seven points on the board with
a touchdown pass by Austin
Parker.
The Tigers took control bf
the ball with less than a minute
in the first quarter and with
their eyes set on the end zone.
A quick. score-a 5-yard run


by Tyson-pulled the Tigers to
within one, 7-6.
After an East Gadsden punt,
the Tigers had possession of
the ball on their own 30-yard
line. Prince Alexander kept the
drive alive, fighting for every
yard he could. Tyson was able
to score on a 40-yard run,.
giving Union a 12-7 lead.
The Jaguars started the
second half with a strong
passing attack. Thanks to the
athleticism of Walter Bradley
and DJ. Page, the Union
defense forced East Gadsden
to punt.
Just as he had been doing,
Alexander kept the ball
moving with the help of twins
Justin and Josh Tyson. The
power of Alexander and the
speed of Justin Tyson were too
much for the Jaguars, as the
Tigers drove the ball all the
way to the 10-yard line. They
were not able to score,


however, and turn licd theall
over on downs.
After three pla s, the
Jaguars could not get anm thing
going and had to punt. The
Tigers blocked the puntL, which
Daquin Edwards recovcied in
the end zone to increase
Union's lead to 18-7.
East Gadsden wrasteld no
time scoring on the ne\ drive,
with a 2-yard touchdMi\\n run
by Jarrell Reynolds making it a
four-point difference.
After a big kickoll rcliurn by
Bryan Holmes and ;a hlock-in-
the-back penalty called on the
Jaguars, the Tigers started off
at their own 30-yard line, but
were unable to capital i/e on
the great field position. Last
Gadsden again scored quickly
following the change of
possession, with .a 3-yard
touchdown run by Reynolds
putting the Jaguars back in the
lead by a score of 20- 18.


The Tigers will attempt to
snap their four-game losing
streak and end the season on a
winning note when they host
Williston this Friday, Nov. 12,


at 7:30 p.m. Williston (5-4) is
coming off of a 32-27 win o\ er
Newberry, which happens to
be the last team the Tigers
defeated (17-6 on Oct. I).


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Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 7B,


scrimmage in the second half
B H S were passes, with Austin
Continued from Page 2B Chipoletti carrying the ball
four times and being sacked
onside kick, which the Indians once to account for the rest.
recovered at their own 44. The Chipoletti led Bradford on
Tornadoes had only one time touchdown drives of 82 and 54
out remaining, which they yards before throwing the 61-
used after a third-and-10 play yard touchdown strike to
on which Phillip James Harris.
dumped Dixon for no gain "He's turning into a heck of
with 23 seconds remaining, a quarterback," Derek
Fort White punted, giving Chipoletti said of his
the Tornadoes the ball at their sophomore son, who
own 17 with time left for one completed 27-of-38 passes in
play. Chipoletti threw a 13- Bradford's final two games.
yard pass to Griner, who Clayton, who had 28 yards
promptly pitched the ball back on 10 carries, got Bradford off
to a teammate. The play lasted to a pretty good start, gaining 7
for what seemed like a minute yards on the Tornadoes' first
as players took turns pitching play from scrimmage, but a
the ball to a teammate, hoping fumble on the next play gave
to get a bit of open field and a the Indians the ball at the
possible long touchdown, but a Bradford 32. Four plays later,
forward lateral eventually Dixon slipped out of tackle
ended the game. and scored on an 18-yard run.
"These kids aren't going to Fort White put together,35-
give up," Derek Chipoletti and 48-yard drives together,
said. "That's what I've learned but failed to score, but the
about these guys. These guys Indians had a golden
are fighters. They're opportunity after blocking a
scrappers." Bradford punt with
The second half was quite a approximately two minutes to
turnaround for Bradford, play in the first half. That gave
which managed to gain only the Indians the ball at the
49 yards in the first. The Bradford 23.
Tornadoes tried to establish A 17-yard run by
their ground game* and had quarterback Andrew Baker
only one pass attempt in the gave the Indians first-and-goal
first half. Chipoletti said ankle at the 3, but Dixon fumbled the
injuries to running backs ball before crossing the goal
Dexter Clayton and Donelle line on' the next play. Bradford
Williams hampered the team. recovered at the 3 to avoid
"They just didn't have that heading intothe half down by
burst they usually have out two scores.
there," Chipoletti said. Baker completed passes of 9
With that in mind, the and 10 yards, and scrambled
Tornadoes abandoned their run for 18 yards on two carries as
game in the second half," Fort White took the second
though they trailed-oniyi7-0 at- half kickoff- and:'marched to
the- half-A-t-five of--r---trB ft-r-dtf8r Di-xon had an
Bradford's plays from I 1-yard run to the 7, setting up


Ya'keem Griner
gets tackled
after making
one of his four
receptions.
Griner, a sen-
ior, scored a
touchdown and
had 57 yards in
receptions in
his final game
as a Tornado.



a 4-\ ard touchdo\\n run after
an ot'tsides penalty\ on
Bradford. Colton Jones' PAT
had Fort White up 14-0 at the
8:15 mark of the third quarter.
On the ensuing series,
Bradford was going nowhere.
Chipoletti \\as sacked for a 10-
Nard loss on first down, and
the Tornadoes eventually
punted on fourth-and-ll. A
personal-fo.ul roughing the
kicker penaltN, though, kept
the drive going, giving
Bradford a first down at its
own 32.
Chipoletti responded by
completing consecutive passes
to Harris and R.J. Buxton for
gains of 7 and 13 yards. A 22-
yard completion to .Brandon
Thomas set up a first down at
the Fort White 26. An
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty on Fort White moved
the ball 15 yards to the 12
before Harris, who had four
receptions for 89 yards, caught
his first touchdown of the
night on a 10-yard play.
Spencer Bunch added the PAT
to make the score 14-7.
Approximately one minute
later, Fort White was back up
by two touchdowns. A 27-yard
run by Dixon, coupled with a
15-yard penalty on Bradford,
put the Indians on the Bradford
22. Dixon scored on a run
from there with 1:13 left in the
third quarter.
Bradford went three-and-out
on. the ensuing series, but Fort
White was forced to punt after
just three plays as well. The
snap sailed over the punter's
head, with the ball eventually
getting kicked out the back of
the end zone to give the
T'. rnWj O., .i fl'r, and m l.in
t-fJTi -6c -- 21 9 early in the
fourth quarter.


The Tornadoes. with a bit of
momentum. scored on a 54-
\ard drive after recei\ ing the
free kick. Ya'keem Griner
made two tough catches.
grabbing a ball over the top of
a Fort White defender for a 25-
\ard gain to the Fort White 19
and hanging onto the ball
while taking a vicious hit for
an l Il-Nard gain to the 8.
Griner, who had four
receptions for 57 yards, capped
the drive, catching a pass one-
handed in traffic and fighting
his way into the end zone for
an 8-yard score with 7:13
remaining. Bunch's PAT wvas
good, making the score 21-16.
Unfortunately for Bradford,
Dixon wasn't done. The
Tornadoes did get a big play
out of James, who tackled


Dixon for no gain, but the back
folloNwed up the play with a 13-
\ard run to the Bradford 45.
On the next play, Dixon was
gone for his fourth touchdown
of the game. Bradford's
Ja'quez Calloway blocked the
PAT, but Fort White led 27-
16.
The Indians finished the
game with 290 yards rushing
and 335 yards total.
Chipoletti. after completing
the 61-yard touchdown pass to
Harris and 13-yard pass to
Griner on the last play of the
.game, finished with 194 yards
passing. Bradford's total as a
team was 239.
Bradford finished the year
'with its just its second winning
record in six seasons, but
Derek Chipoletti felt bad


watching the careers of seniors
Griner, Harris, Williams, John
Clark, Cameron Moore,
Adrian Mosley, Xavier Riles
and Arthur Smith come to an
end.
"They played their butts
off," Chipoletti said. "They
gave me everything they've
got. It's going to be sad to see7
them go. There are only eight
of them, but they .are eight
impact players. It's going to be
hard to replace them."
Though those seniors will be
leaving, Chipoletti told his
team that whatever success it
has in the future will be
attributable to that group of
players.
"Anything we do from now,
on is a foundation that they
built," he said.


KHHS
Continued from Page 5B

plays.
Two plays after Kirksey's
score, the Indians got the ball
back when Keystone defensive
lineman Kevin Johns broke
through the line of scrimmage
and stunned Hall as he was
trying to run right. The
quarterback escaped Johns'
grasp, but was quickly
corralled by two more Indians
before reaching the line of
scrimmage. He lost the
football, and the Indians
recovered the fumble at the
Umatilta 25. From there,
Thomas rushed for 9 yards to
the 16 and then for the final 16
to paydirt, boosting the home
team's lead to 20-7 with 4:37
remaining in the first quarter.
The two teams traded
possessions as the game clock
wound down to the first
quarter's final two minutes.
When Umatilla took over on
its on 35 with 2:09 left, the
Indians went on their penaltN
binge. A personal foul. two
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalties and a pass
interference call advanced the
ball to the Keystone 2. From
there, running back Joseph
Huggins scored, closing the
Indians' lead to 20-13.
Keystone put up 14 more
points in the second quarter.
First, on a 26-yard pass from
Harvey to Chase Julius. Then,
on a 3-yard Thomas run.
The Bulldogs kicked a field
goal in the third quarter, and
Key stone tacked on two
touchdowns in the fourth. The
first came on Thomas' 1-yard
run, while the second came on
a 2-yard run by Darein Gilio.
Dickinson praised his
defense, singling out its
performance in the third
quarter in holding Umatilla to
a field goal while the Indian
offense stalled.
Keystone caps the season on
the road against Interlachen
this Friday, Nov. 12, at. 7:30
p.m. Interlachen (4-5) is
coming off of a 35-32 loss to
University Christian.


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Cori McSpadden and
Ward Redding


1cSpadden,
wedding to wed
hJov. 13
S.The families of Cori
IcSpadden and Ward
wedding announce their
coming wedding on
;alurday, Nov. 13, 2010. The
wedding will take place at 2
>.m. at Grace Christian
fellowship Baptist Church in
Vorthington Springs. All
family and friends are invited
'attend.

-ancock,
pennison to
wed Nov. 27

Richard Dennison, both of
tarke, announce their
engagement and approaching
Ivedding.
Hancock is the daughter of
he late Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
carberry and is a member of
race Community Fellowship.
fennison is the son of Mrs.
jis Dennison of Starke and
he late Roy Dennison. He is
Iso a member of Grace
community Fellowship.
The. wedding will take place
oz Nov. 2, 2010, at 1:30 p.m.
atI: Grace Community
IFlowship with a reception to
flow at the church. Family
ari friends are invited to
a nd.


When our perils are past,
Iall our gratitude sleep?
-. -George Canning


Bill Scoggins


Scoggins to
celebrate 90th
birthday
Come help the family and
friends of Bill Scoggins
celebrate his 90 years of life
on Saturday, Nov. 20, at the
American Legion, 715
Edwards Rd., from 2-4 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.

Bradford
Republicans
meet Thursday
The Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. in
the Capital City bank
boardroom at 350 N. Temple
Ave. in Starke.
The outcome of the general
election will be the topic of the
meeting, which is open to all
registered Republicans.
There are currently openings
for committee members in
some precincts. This month is
also the start of the
committee's membership
drive.
For more, information on
being a precinct representative
or becoming more involved,
contact Chairman David
Dodge at 352-222-8609, or
visit the Web site
www.bradfordgop.org.


B-U Cattlemen
meeting set for
this Thursday
The annual Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's meeting for
members and prospective
members will be held
Thursday, Nov. I 1, at 7 p.m. in
Building I at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds.
A meal will be provided, but,
women are asked to provide
desserts.

National Honor
Society groups
to hold food
drive Saturday
The National Junior Honor
Society at Bradford Middle
School and the National Honor
Society at Bradford High
School are hosting a food drive
this Saturday, Nov. 13, from 8
a.m. until 3 p.m. in the parking
lot of Community State Bank
of Starke.
Food collected will be
donated to the Bradford
Ecumenical Ministries Food
Pantry.

Kiwanis of
Starke rib sale
is Saturday
The annual Kiwanis Club of
Starke will be selling slabs of
ribs on Saturday, Nov. 13,
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at
Community State Bank in
Starke.
Each slab, which is fully
cooked, costs $16. Tickets may
be purchased ahead of time
from any Kiwanis Club of
Starke member or ribs can be
purchased on site.


Turkey-call
maker Williams
to speak at Nov.
18 Crosshorn
meeting
Crosshorn Ministries, a
men's outdoors spiritual group,
will host a meeting on deer,


hog, large-game and fall
turkey hunting on Thursday,
Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. Lamar
Williams, a professional
turkey-call maker and turkey
hunter, will be the guest
speaker.
An "outdoors" devotional
and door-prize giveaways will
also be a part of the evening's
activities. The night's grand
prize will be a hog hunt,
sponsored by Kenny Gibbs and
Freedom Outdoors.
Admission is free. Snacks
and drinks will be available.
Church and civic groups,
Boy Scouts and other youth
groups are welcome to attend.
For more information, please
call John Whitfield at 352-475-
1904. You may also e-nmail
Whitfield at
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BC Relay for Life
dinner, movie
fundraiser set for
this Monday
The Walgreens' "W Team"
will be hosting a dinner-and-a-
movie fundraiser for the Relay
for Life of Bradford County on
Monday, Nov. 15.
Dinner will be served at 6
p.m. at Chrissy's Olde Meeting
House Cafe6 on Call Street in
downtown Starke, followed by
a showing of the movie "The
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and may be purchased at the
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I Obituaries


Catholic Church.
She is sunrised h\: her sons.
Robert Fdwhard (Linda Ratz)
Thomspon of Melrose, Richard
Snowden (Donna) Thompson ofl
Jacksonmille. and Steve Chris
Mossburg of Gaines\ille: her
sisters. Nellie Kathleen Greer
Gailes of West Virginia and
Carolsn Elizabeth Greer Melton
of Winston Salem. N.C.: Ili\e
grandchildren and numerous
nieces and nephew\ s.
A memorial ser, ice n ill be held
on Saturday No\. 13. at 10 a.m.
in the Jones Gallagher Funeral
Home Chapel with Father Mike
Williams officiating. Burial n\ill
Iollow at Eliam Cmineters in
Melrose. Arrangements are bh
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of


Ke\ stone Heights.

Barbara Richey
WALDO-Barbara Jean Richey.
82. of Waldo, passed awax on
Saturday. Nov. 6, 2010. at her
daughter's home. Mrs. Riches was
born on Feb. 15. 1928, in
Brunsoick, Ga., to the late
William Edward and Julia.
Robinson Beach and was a
lifelong area resident.
Mrs. Richex wsas a Methodist
b\ faith and a homemaker. She
was preceded in death by: her
husband. Daniel .1. Richey Jr.: a
son. Michael Richev: a brother.
Richard Beach: and grandchildren.
Dlwight F. Roberts and Rebecca
Russell.


She is survived b\: her
daughters, Jo\ce (Ste\e) Land and
Janet (Ronnie) Russell, both of
Waldo, and Gail (Jerrm ) Roberts of
Gainesville: a son. Dannr (Jane)
Riche\ of Waldo: nine
grandchildren and 17 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral ser ices w ere held on
No\. 10 in the Dewitt C. Jones
Chapel in Starke with Pastor Don
Thompson officiating. Interment
followed in Laurel Grose Waldo
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions ma\ be made to
Haven Hospice., 4200 NW 90"'
Blid., Gainessille, FL 32606.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.


Emma
Statewright
STARK E-nmma 1 )
Statess right, 65, ofl Starke, died on
Sunday, No\. 7. 2010. at her
residence following an extended
illness. She %\as born in Starke on
.lune 21, 1946. She attended the
local schools of Bradford Counti
and was affiliated n\ith Greater
Bethlehem Free'\ ill Baptist
Church of Starke. She w\as a
homemaker.
Mrs. Statewright is sur\i\ed b\:
a son, Anthony Martin of Starke:
daughters. Sherry McDonald of
Bradenton, and Elliot Smith:
sisters, iLuethel *Martin, Bobble.


.Jean Franklin. and Doll Burch, al
of Starke; and one grandchild.
Funeral services will be held on.
Saturday' No\. 13, at 2 p.m. in tho
Mt. Moriahl communityiy Church m
Starke i tth the Re\. Alvin Green
as eulogist and Pastor Einmanuel
Kiser conducting the services.
Interment \\ill be held in
Oddfecllow (Cemeter\ under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home
of Starke. Visitation will be on
Friday, Nov. 12, at the Carl D:
Haile Memorial Chapel with
family hour at 4 p.m. Friends may
visit irom 5-8 p.m.. and one hour
prior to the service. The family
will meet at the home of Luethel
Martin on C(rum Street at 1:30
p.m. to form the cortege.


Larry Gill


Larry Gill
HAMFPON-Larry "Blue" Gill,
62, of Hampton, died on
,Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, at his
'residence with family by his side.
He was born in Canton, Ohio, on
hAug. 7. 1948, to the late. Robert
Gill and Helen Gill. He was
preceded in death by: his son,
!Keith Gill; his brother, Jim Gill;
and his sister, Anna Bender.
- Mr. Gill is survived by: his wife
p)f nine years, Jarfet Gill of
;Hampton; his children, Mikie Gill,
ITonya Shelton and Melanie
Nlichols, all of Massillon, Ohio;
his brothers, Bob and Gary Gill:
dhis sisters, Betty Jarvis Rosemary
jBodkins and Barb Majia; and his
nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 7, at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastor John Hodges
officiating. The interment
followed at Santa Fe Cemetery in
Hampton. Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.


Randall Hudson

Randall Hudson
SlP.Rit jI --' Levon'-
.MNndja, No% 8S, 2010 at Haven
Hospice Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness. He
'was born in Starke on Nov. 24,
1956. He graduated from Bradford
[High School in 1975. He then
servedd in the Army, and was a
truck driver. He was a member of
iEbenezer Missionary Baptist
'Church where he served in the
choir.
Mr. Hudson is survived by: his
daughters, Erika Hudson of Starke
and Jessica Hudson of Columbia,
Md.; his father, John H. Hudson of
Starke: his sisters, caregiver
Charlene Hudson and Betty Jean
Hudson; and brother, Charles
Edward Hudson Sr., all of Starke;
and three grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his mother,
Louise Diggs Hudson.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 13, at II a.m. in
the Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church in Starke with the Rev.
James N. Wilcox as eulogist and
the Rev. J.W. Warren conducting
the services. Interment will be in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be on Friday, Nov.
12, at the Carl D. Haile Memorial
Chapel with family hour from 3-4
p.m. Friends may visit from 5-8
p.m., and one hour prior to the.
service. Family\ will meet at the
home of his father. 4547 SE 143"'
St., Starke. at 10:30 a.m. to form
the cortege.


Theresa Merrill
STARKE-Theresa Llovd
Merrill, 79, of Starke. died on
Friday No\. 5. 2010. at E.T. York
Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville. She was born on Feb.
15, 1931. in Baltimore, Md. to the
late Roy E. and Marguerite Killian
Lloyd and wias a lToifeiTe-- area
resident. She was a retired
waitress and formerly worked at
Bradford Furniture.
Mrs. Merrill is survived by: her
brothers, Roy Liord J.r. of
Northumberland, Pa. and Joe
Lloyd of Stuart: and her friend and
caregiver. Carolyn Hare\ of
Starke.
Memorial services v\ill be
private at a later date.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.

Phyllis Mossburg
MELROSE-Phyllis Greer
Mossburg. 76, formerly of
Melrose, passed away at her home
on Monday, Nov. 1, 2010. Phyllis
was born in Charlotte, N.C. on
Aug. 22. 1934, to the late James
and Nellie Greer.
Mrs. Mosshurg was a retired
assistant manager and seamstress.
In 2005. she had moved to
Melrose from Jacksonville and
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MINISTRY
Continued from Page 1B

to help people do just that.
"A lot of people, because of
their situations, their
circumstances, their past and
the hopelessness of their
future, their heads are not held
high," Johnson said. "They're
weighted down by the worries
of the world. God said, 'Cast
all your cares on me because I


care for you.'
"Our vision for this place is
for people to be able to come
here and cast their cares on the
Lord and realize, through us
and through you, that He does
care for them."
Johnson talked to the crowd
about how Kristi Overton
Johnson Ministries got its start
with the In His Wakes
ministry, which uses water
sports to help at-risk youth
experience "victory, hope and








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purpose" in life. After eight
years, the ministrN has touched
7,000 ,outh. Johnson said.
Johnson said she was afraid
of serving God at first, not
knowing what He would have
her do or where He %would
have her go. God. though. used
her love of water sports, to
reach out to people.
Therefore. Johnson told the
members of the crowd they
could use their talents-
whatever the\ are-to serve'
God.
"No matter what ou like to
do, just know that God can use
it to be a blessing to
somebody," she said.
The event was not only a
grand-opening celebration of
A Champion's Heart Life
Center, but also of Answers, a
nonprofit pregnancy resource
center that is leasing space in
the resource building across
the street. Like Johnson,
Answers CEO JoAnna Merritt
Weldon said her center needed
the support of many people to
help make it successful.
"I resigned from a very
successful job I had in
insurance," Weldon said. "God
placed a vision on my heart. I
went, 'God, I can't do this.' He
said, 'You are exactly right.
You can't, but I can, and I will
send the people you need to
fulfill this vision.'
"You are those people,
whether you're just simply
someone who is willing to
pray and just partner behind
the scenes, somebody who
would be willing to volunteer
your time, or somebody who
would be willing to make a
monthly financial commitment
for us to help us keep going
and being able to do this.
"It doesn't matter what your
position is or what it looks
like. You have a part in this. I
encourage you to pray about
what that part would be."
Answers will offer free
pregnancy testing, but Weldon
said that is not the center's
main goal. It is designed to
"share the hope of Christ" and
give women God's answers,
hence the name "Answers."
"It's a place where (women"
can come and get truth,"
Weldon said.
Other intended goals include
providing referrals for free
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vulnerabl&e women, providing


Anika Henanger was
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the Lake Region Corn=
munity Theater's youth
program.


referrals for affordable medical
assistance, housing, food and
clothing needs, reducing teen
pregnancy by promoting
abstinence, providing
information on the risks of
sexually transmitted diseases,
providing parenting, self-
esteem and adoption
counseling, and providing
abortion recovery support
groups and counseling
services.
The resource center that
houses Answers will also host
Alcoholics Anonymous
meetings four times a week,
while another part of the center
will serve as a kind of satellite


Rex and Betty Caulk pray during the dedication
ceremony.


office for Clay County
resources that aren't readily
available to Keystone Heights
residents.
"We've just got such an
array of ministries that's taking
place right in this little center
of our community," Weldon
said. "I encourage you today
just to pray about that and ask


God what it is (you can do)
and how He would fit you into
all of that."
For more information on A
Champion's Heart, please visit
the Web site
www.championsheart.net, or
call 352-478-2098. The
Answers Web site is
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678-640-1524.
3BR/2BA STARKE HOME,
1605 N.E. 153 Street.
$800/mo. 904-545-0798.
3/2 IN KEYSTONE, fire-
place, big fenced in yard.
$700/mo. Call 904-782-
3287 or 904-769-3455.
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA,
new carpet, CH/A, $650/
mo. first, last plus clean-
ing fee. 904-964-3595.
4BR/2BA HOUSE ON LAKE
BROOKLYN, Keystone
Heights. $900/mo. First,
last and security deposit.
Call 352-494-3714.


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C.UTTIAGE on Brooklyn
Lake. Large rear deck,
semi-furnished, washer/
dryer. $675/mth plus elec-
tric. Call 352-216-8027.
3B SWMH NEAR UCI &
FSP. $450/mo. plus $350
security deposit, CH/A,
lawn included. Call 904-
769-2149 or 904-964-
8025.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS,
3BR/1 BA DWMH. Heat &
air. Stove and refrigerator.
furnished. $450 a month,
$450 deposit Call 386-
496-3253.
2BR/1BA MH ideal for one
or two people. Starke
area, outside city limits.
$475 per month. Senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8218.
1/1 COTTAGE GAINES-
VILLE (FAIRBANKS).
Custom bath and kitch-
en, heart pine floors, w/d
hook-up, screened porch
and carport. $600/mth,
first and security. Call
352-473-7123 or 352-
214-7411 or 352-258-
5993.
3BR/2.5BA HOME CLOSE
TO Southside Elemen-
tary, $850/mo. Certified
"bed bug free". Owner/
Agent Faulkner Realty,
904-964-5069


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Keystone seignts $550/
mo, 3BR/1BA in Starke
$650. 10% senior dis-,
count offered. Clean, CH/
A, near shopping, free
lawncare/maintenance
All pets considered 352-
473-5214.
STARKE 3BR/2BA SWMH
OUTSIDE city limits, CH/
A, $500/mo. plus deposit.*
352-235-6319.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A,
$600/mo. plus deposit.
352-235-6319.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR/
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $750/mo plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
2BR/2BA SWMH, all appli-
ances, CH/A, W/D, on
4 acres. $650/mo., first,
last and deposit. Service
animals only. 352-473-
0464.
3BR/2BA singlewide, large
front yard, circle entrarice
at 6376 Antioch Avenue,
$600/mo. plus $250 secu-
rity, call 321-615-8748.
2BR/1BA IN STARKE,
fenced yard, CH/A, $550/'
mo. 904-521-2951.


The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
'moved into their new building on S.R. 16 at
Conerly Estates. The building they
previously occupied on Church Street by
Wainwright Park is available for rent. Space
for 50+ worshipers and parking available. To
see building, call John at

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larije famrnily room that can
b' used as 4th bedroom.
i p yard double car-
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i; v remodeled, brand
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RENT. NEAR LAKE
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386-496-2599
2B/312BA MH close to town
but outside of city limits. .
must see' $550/mo Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty at 904-
477-6522
3BR/2BA FARM WITH 22+
acres and a pool. Bring
the family and the ani-
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Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty at 904-
477-6522.
3BR/2BA IN HAMPTON on
1 + acre Fully fenced with
nice screened front porch,
$550/mo. Call Stephanie
at Charnelle Whittemore
Realty at 904-477-6522.
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME
in nice area on 1+ acre.
Home includes large
game/family room.
$1,000/mo. Call Stepha-
nie at Charnelle Whit-
temore Realty at 904-
477-6522.
4BR/3BA HOUSE WITH
POOL,. great neigh-
borhood and includes
weekly pool maintenance!
$1,100/mo. Call Stepha-
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53A
Starke Yard
Sales


everything on Monday,
November 15th.
BIG MULTI-FAMILY yard
sale Sat 8a-1p, 115
Parker Street. down from
hospital off of SR 230
Furniture. clothing, wash-
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BIG YARD SALE. west
on SR 16. turn on CR
233 (Morgan Road). 2nd
house behind Kangaroo
Store. Thurs Fri and
Sat (Nov 11.12,13). 9a-
5p, look for signs
MOVING SALE at 996 Col-
ley Road Nov 11,12,13,
Thurs., Fri and Sat 8a-
4p Everything must go'
YARD SALE, NOV. 13TH,
rain or shine. 7239 NW
CR 229.8a-? Glass show-
case 70"X20", cycle, car,
books, Christmas deco-
rations, yarn and misc.
items Not responsible for
accidents.
A HUGE 3 FAMILY Garage
Sale. Lots of clothes, holi-
day decorations, beauty
shop equipment, dishes,
collectibles. 24582 Grove
Street, Lawtey. All day
Saturday and Sunday.
YARD SALE, BABY STUFF,
nascar stuff, clothes, dish-
es, appliances, treadmill.
Fn. & Sat, at 307 South
Church Street, by Jones
Funeral Home.

SATURDAY AT 230 East to
SE 17th Avenue. Stuff,
toys, woman clothes 0-7
and misc., canoe (Grum-
man) 19ft., HondaBF2D,
trailer with lots of extras
$3,000. 904-964-9896... -
YARD SALE, Nov. 11 & 12
(Thurs. & Fri.) Lots of
good items. Follow signs
before Wal-mart. Early
birds welcome! Thelma
& gang.
YARD SALE, FRI. & SAT.,
Nov. 12 & 13, 9a-?, 5
miles north on" US 301 at
NW 200th Street.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE, Sat.
8a-4p. Lots of good stuff!
Cheap prices, everything
from tools to jewelry, baby
to adult clothes. 100 East
turn by Kangaroo Store,
take dirt road off curve,
doublewide on right
(Kilby).
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE.


229 NW77th Place Men,
women's and children
girl and boy clothing, little
tykes log cabin, game
systems, movies, Vera
Bradley purses, furni-
ture, household items and
much more All must go'
YARD SALE, LAWTEY 1
mile west of Hwy 301 on
CR 225, Fri & Sat 8a-',
Christmas decorations,
gifts and more.
YARD SALE/INSIDE WARE-
HOUSE' Every Fri and
Sat. from now until the
week before Christmas,
except the weekend of
Thanksgiving Fri 8a-
1:30p, Sat. 8a-2p Beside
the Red Dog Saloon in the
blue warehouse

ALMOST TAMMY'S YARD
SALE/next door at 1004
East Call Street. Friday
11/12 and Saturday 11/13
8a-3p Designer dresses,
jeans, Vera Bradley purs-
es & diaper bag, boy baby
clothes 0-18 mo.'s, toys,
household items, wedding
dress, wedding shoes,
tiara, some men's golf
clothes, shoes, tv's and
much much more!
GARAGE SALE, SATUR-
DAY 11/13 from 8a-?.
Three families at Conerly
Estates, Hwy 16 West.
Follow signs.
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Keystone Yard
Sales
LARGESALE, MULTI-FAM-
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household, washer/dryer,
refrigerators, tools, small
appliances, cookie jars,.
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MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE,
Sat Nov. 13th, 8a-? 450
Nightingale Street Baby
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CHRISTMAS FOUR FAMI-
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& Sat Dec 3rd & 4th.
9a-3p American Legion
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GARAGESALE, 7190 White
Plains Way. Keystone
Heights (off of Gas Line
Road) Friday, Saturday
& Sunday, 9a-4p Good
women's plus size cloth-
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FRI. & SAT. 11/12 & 13, 7a-
?. Big family yard sale,
tools, household items,
electronics, clothes and
baby items 7682 El Do-
rado Avenue, Keystone.
NOV. 11, 12,13 (Thurs., Fri.
& Sat.) 8a-4p, scrapbook
supplies, bedding, truck
topper, '05 Honda VTX
1300S with 5k miles like
new w/ lots of extras,
.89 Dodge 4X4 p/u 1/2
ton, nice truck, low miles,
lots of misc. 6859 Deer
Springs Road, Keystone
Heights.
YARD SALE SATURDAY
Nov. 13th, 8a-2p at 280
Berea Avenue, Keystone
Heights.
MULTI-FAMILY Sat. 11/13
8a-4p, Brooklyn Bay
Road. Table saw, 1998
boat with 3.0, guitar, small
upright freezer, concrete
mixer, barbies & collect-
ibles and many unused
items:
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Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MOVING -SALE, THURS.
Nov. tith through Wed.
Nov. 17th 9a-4p at 8686
SW 163rd Ldop off, CR
231. Antique ice box
$800, bi.g steel desk
$85, big wooden desk
$40: wooden bench $20,


Kubota Tractor $1,000,
2 antique cabinets $50,
over 200 record albums,
take all includes Elvis &
Bing Crosby $250.
59
Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT Guaranteed in-
stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium
siding, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
Madison Street, Starke
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904 284-8088 or
904- 545-5241.
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has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
QUALITY CLEANING AT
reasonable rates. Weekly,
biweekly, monthly. Free
estimates. 904-964-
* 5858.


DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
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hours, lots of TLC HRS
certified. CPR certified
and First Aide certified
Call 386-496-1062.

65
Help Wanted
GREAT OPPORTUNITY,
PART or full-time live-in,
all essentials provided,
new car possible, school
expenses if desired, up
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divorced single gentle-
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like light home help in-
cluding some tennis. Ideal
for young. Call Andy 904-
772-9813, JacksonvtHe,
Florida.
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN
RESOURCES, small criti-
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experienced Human Re-
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regulatory compliance,
benefits, organizational
development, employee
relations and State/Feder-
al Survey preparedness.
comprehensive benefit
package, salary com-
mensurate with experi-
ence. Bachelor's degree;
PHR or SPHR preferred.
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rience preferred. For fur-
ther information, please


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3BR/2BA SWMH in Hampton, washer &
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3BR/2BA DWMH in Hampton, washer &
dryer included $600/ Security $650 (service
animals only)
* 2BR/1BA Lake cottage on Lake Geneva,
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* 2BR/2BA MH with garage in Town of
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* 3BR/2BA SWMH in Hampton, washer &
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at 863-450-9929 or 904-
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to 3 new, innovative prod-
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needs financial partner to
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can provide jobs for local
economy. Call Peter at
352-219-2464.
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place. Must have own
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some parts No set work
hours Call Ed Feinstein
at 904-813-4074 or 904-
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ment Ed's Appliance
Sales and Services, Inc
355 N. Temple Avenue,
Starke, FL 32091
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County: Bradford County
Public Library is accepting
applications for a full-
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Youth Services Depart-
ment. Experience working
with children is required
and some supervisory
experience is preferred
AA degree or some col-


lege classes preferred
Application forms and job
descriptions are available
at Florida Works The
deadline for applications
is November 24, 2010
at 5 00p m The county
reserves the right to reject
any and all applications
EOE employer
WORK FROM HOME CALL-
ING businesses to create
leads for a local credit
card processing company
352-538-0556
S'AFF NEEDED TO WORK
with disabled in Starke
area. must have 1 year
experience, ability to pass
background screenings
and vehicle PT posi-
tions $8 00 hour 904-
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12B Telegraph, Times 81 Monitor B Section Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010


VETS
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the Veterans Memorial Walkwax.
For further information, call Joan
Jones at 352-473-5450 or Elsie at
352-473-9545.
Ke\ stone American Legion Post
202 \ill also hold a family\ day
open house. The open house will
feature food. a cakewalk, karaoke
and door prizes, with a drawing for
a woman's bike. Doors to the post
will be opened at 10 a.m. and the
canteen will be open. American
Legion Post 202 is located at
7441 S.R. 21 north in Keystone
Heights.
Lake Butler: The Lake Butler
Veterans Day ceremony will be
held at the Masonic Lodge on Main
Street (S.R. 100) in Lake Butler, on


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Nov. 11 beginning a 9:45 a.m.
Pastor Scott Fisher will be the
guest speaker for the ceremony,
which will include music and
laying of wreaths. The ceremony
will be followed by the annual
Veterans Day parade. The route
of the parade will be primarily
along S.R. 121 near Union County
schools.
Camp Blandh g: The Camp
Blanding Museum and Memorial
Park, located at Camp Blanding
on S.R. 16 east of Starke, will
hold its Veterans Day ceremony on
Saturday, Nov. 13, at 9 a.m.
This ceremony will also observe
the 7011 anniversary of Camp
Blanding as a training facility.
Re-enactors will display
uniforms, weapons and vehicles
used during World War Il. One of
the speakers for the ceremony will


be Rupert Metzroth. a German who
spent several years as a prisoner
of war at Camp Blanding during
World War II. Also speaking will
be several veterans who trained
at Camp Blanding and Maj. Gen.
Emmett R. Titshaw, the Florida
adjutant general.
Following the ceremony, a
commemorative cake will be cut and
World War II weapons will be fired
in a demonstration.
History of Veterans Day...
On the IIlth hour of the IllIh
day of the 11 th month of 1918, an
armistice, or temporary cessation
of hostilities, was declared between
the Allied nations and Germany in
the First World War, then known
as "the Great War." Nov. 11, 1918,
is generally regarded as the end of
"the war to end all wars."
In November 1919, President


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Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 as the
first commemoration of Armistice
Day with the following words:
"To us in America, the reflections
of Armistice Day will be filled
with solemn pride in the heroism
of those who died in the country's
service and with gratitude for
the victory, both because of the
thing from which it has freed us
and because of the opportunity
it has given America to show her
sympathy with peace and justice in
the councils of the nations..."
Commemorated as Armistice
Day beginning the following year,
Nov. 11 became a legal federal
holiday in the United States in
1938. In the aftermath of World
War II and the Korean War,
Armistice Day became Veterans
Day, a holiday dedicated to
American veterans of all wars.


The day's observation included
parades and public gatherings, as
well as a brief pause in business
activities at 11 a.m. On Nov. 11,
1921, an unidentified American
soldier killed in the war was buried
at Arlington National Cemetery
in Washington, D.C.; the U.S.
Congress had declared the day a
legal federal holiday in honor of
all those who participated in the
war. On the same day, unidentified
soldiers were laid to rest at
Westminster Abbey in London and
at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
On June 4, 1926, Congress
passed a resolution that the
"recurring anniversary of (Nov. 11,
1918) should be commemorated
with thanksgiving and prayer and
exercises designed to perpetuate
peace through good will and mutual
understanding between nations"


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and that the president should issue-.
an annual proclamation calling for
the observance of Armistice Day.
By that time, 27 state legislatures
had made Nov. 11 a legal holiday.
An act approved May 13, 1938,
made Nov. 11 a legal federal
holiday, "dedicated to the cause
of world peace and to be hereafter
celebrated and known as 'Armistice
Day.'" In actuality, there are no
U.S. national holidays because the
states retain the right to designate
their own, and the government can
only designate holidays for federal
employees and for the District of
Columbia. In practice, however,
states almost always follow the
federal lead.
From Armistice Day to
Veterans Day...
The American effort during
World War II (1941-1945) saw
the greatest mobilization of the
U.S. Army, Navy, Marines and
Air Force in the nation's history
(more than 16 million people);
some 5.7 million more served in
the Korean War (1950 to 1953).
In 1954, after lobbying efforts by"
veterans' service organizations, the
83rd U.S. Congress amended the
1938 act that had made Armistice
Day a holiday, striking the word
"Armistice" in favor of "Veterans."
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
signed the legislation on June
1, 1954. From then on, Nov. 11
became a day to honor American
veterans of all wars.
President Eisenhower issued the
first "Veterans Day Proclamation"
which stated: "In order to insure
proper and widespread observance
of this anniversary, all veterans, all
veterans' organizations, and the
entire citizenry will wish to join
hands in the common purpose.
Toward this end, I am designating
the administrator of veterans'
affairs as chairman of a Veterans
Day National Committee, which
shall include such other persons as
the chairman may select,and which
will coordinate at the national
level necessary planning for the
observance. I am also requesting
the heads of all departments and
agencies of the executive branch
of the government to assist the
National Committee in every way
possible."
The next development in the
story of Veterans Day unfolded
in 1968, when Congress passed
the Uniform Holidays Bill,
which sought to ensure three-day
weekends for federal employees--
and encourage tourism and travel-
by celebrating four national
holidays (Washington's Birthday,
Memorial' Day;"Veterans Day and
Columbus Day) on Mondays.
The observation of Veterans
Day was set as the fourth
Monday in October. The first
Veterans Day under the new law
was Monday, Oct. 25, 1971 and
confusion ensued, as many states
disapproved of this change, and
continued to observe the holiday
on its original date. In 1975, after it
became evident that the actual date
of Veterans Day carried historical
and patriotic significance to many
Americans, President Gerald R.
Ford signed a new law returning
the observation of Veterans Day to
Nov. 11 beginning in 1978. If Nov.
11 falls on a Saturday or Sunday,
the federal government observes
the holiday on the previous Friday
or following Monday.
Britain, France, Australia and
Canada also commemorate the
veterans of World Wars I and II
on or near Nov. 11: Canada has
Remembrance Day, while Britain
has Remembrance Sunday (the
second Sunday of November).
In Europe, Britain and the
Commonwealth countries it is
common to observe two minutes of
silence at 11 a.m. every Nov.11.
In the United States, an official
wreath-laying ceremony is held
each Veterans Day at the Tomb
of the Unknowns in Arlington
National Cemetery, while parades
and other celebrations are held
in states around the country.
Veterans Day is not to be confused
with Memorial Day-a common
misunderstanding, according to
the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs. Memorial Day (the fourth
Monday in May) honors American
service members who died in
service to their country or as a result
of injuries incurred during battle,
while Veterans Day pays tribute to
all American veterans-living or
dead-but especially gives thanks
to living veterans who served their
country honorably during war.


LEGALS


PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular meeting of the
Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled for
November 18, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. in
the Commission Meeting Room,
North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda
may be obtained from the county
website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov
or from the office of County
Manager in the North wing of the
County Courthouse.
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