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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 2011
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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(1ISPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 ~ 132nd Year 17th Issue 73 Ltl\lTS


worti Noting


Solid waste .
COilectlOn Sites
ClOSingS
All six solid waste collection sites
will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24, in
observance of Thanksgiving. All sites
will reopen on Friday, Nov. 25-




Basketball tourney
this Thanksgiving
Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County's annual Thanksgiving basket-
ball tournament will take place Nov.
24-26 at 8 p.m. each night at the RJE
gymnasium on line Street in Starke.

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Starke Lions pit
GatOrS a~ginSt
~Noles for food drive
-The Starke Lions Club is holding a
Unique food drive to benefit the Brad-
ford Ecumenical Ministries Food Pan-
try.There will be two trucks in front the
Starke Walitart on Saturday, Nov. 26,
from 8 a~m. to 2 p.m.-one represent-
ing the Florida Gators and one Igepre-
sentinlg the Seminoles. Fans are encour-
aged to show support for their team and
help feed needy families by donating
nonperishable food items.
The Lions Club is also conducting
a winter clbthing collection for kids.
Clothing in good condition. can be
dropped off at the food drive on Sat-
urday or through Dec. 10 at one of the
following businesses:- One Day Bridal'
Vystar Credit Union, Beck Chevrolet
and One Main Financial,
For more information, please contact
~i04-364-6269.

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Spend 'Night Under
-the Stars' at BMS
-Bradford Middle School's annual
eight Under the Stars will be held
SMonday, Nov. 28. -Meet in the sixth-
grade building for a short video at 6:30
p~m., then join the fun behind the gym
viewing the moon, planets and stars.
All family members are welcome to
attend, and snacks will be provided.
Participants may want to br~ing the fol-
I~wing items, lawn chairs, blankets,
binoculars, telescopes, flashlights and
insect repellant.

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Tri-County Beef
tipdate Dec. 1
Th- e 2011 Tri-County Beef Update
for Baker, Bradford and Union counties
ivill bp held on Thursday, Dec. 1, be-
ginning with registration at ~5:45 p.m. at
the Baker County Extension Office.
Baker, County Extension Director
Mike Davis will talk about fall and win-
ter forage, Bradford County Extension
Director Tim Wilson will cover beef
cattle marketing, and Union County
Extension Director Basil Bactawar will
talk about beef cattle nutrition. There
will also be a question and answer ses-
sion.
Registration is $5 per person. The
meal, will be sponsored by the Baker
County Farm Bureau. Please confirm
your attendance by calling 904-259-
3520 by Monday, Nov. 28.


Improvements,

donations help

Food Pantry

holiday service
BY ANGELA COOPER
Special to the Telegraph

Changes at the Foop Pantry are prov-
ing to be for the better. Adding~ a nely
storage area and an improved distribu-
tion method are paying off according to
volunteer coordinator, BPtty Warren.
The nely storage area allows staff to
take advantage of bulk prices and larger
donations, which was a problem in the
past. The increased storage also allows
them to utilize the refrigerated truck
purchased earlier this year.
`According to Bradford Ecumenical
Ministry's Arley McRae,"iWe are using
the truck beyond its-origmnal purpose. It
has room to transport large amounts of
foods not needing refrigeration as well
.as frozen or refrigerated foods."
McRae adds that the truck is also an
excellent marketing tool. "When peo-
ple see the truck, they are reminded to
give," he said.
A recent donation came from a man
\vho called McRae after seeing the
truck. "The man told me he passed the
truck on the road and it reminded him
to call the Food Pantry and find out
what we needed." The end result was
two more families receiving food this
Thanksgiving.,~ .
The.truck is also a. silable .when-ar-
Namizaltions hve events si ilr tod t
at the Bradford Sportsmen's Farm in
Graham. Participants donated approxi-
mately $3,000 according to co-owner
Pat Welch. "This was what we needed
to carry us through," said McRae,
SNovember and December are always
the busiest months for the Food Pantry.
*Many people will ome during these


to injury
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJourna~l.comn Editor
Bradford head football coach Derek:
Chipoletti, Monday, disputed ~claims4
made by the athletic director of Raines
High School mna Jacksonville media
outlet over the weekend, relating to a
Friday night break-in of the Tornadoes'
locker room. The coach also said thel
Jacksonville- school's administrators
were ill- prepared to host the playoff
game.
Following the team's 12-7 playoff
loss to the home team Vikings, Brad-
ford players found that their belongings
had been rummaged through and valu-
ables stolen.
Saturday night, when asked about; the
theft, coach Chipoletti refused to com-
ment, explaining that he needed to con-
sult with administrators before speak-
ing out.
However, after reading what Raines
athletic director Doug White told First
Coast News, the coach said he-wanted
to dispute claims made by the A.D.
coae set dthae loce rro nlcke
and that leaders from both schools
should have done more to prevent the
theft. He added that visiting .teams
Usually bring their belongings onto the
field for safekeeping and that the only
designated locker room on the campus
is inside the 'field house for the home
team.
.tI wanted to get through this- thing
sid Monsdaa mo ng.n feel bd for
the Raines coach because he had just
won a playoff game and now he has to
deal with something like this."
The coach then disputed White's
statements.
"When we arrived we were told the
locker room would be locked and when
we left the locker room, it was locked,"
Chipoletti said. "I don't know if it [the
theft] was an inside job or not. It is
the responsibility of the home team to
provide crowd control and to insure the
~safety of the visiting team."
"I'm disappointed in Raines High
School," he added. "They don't have
the procedures nor the leadership to
host a playoff game."


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Old th reatened

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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJourrnal.comn Editor

A UPS delivery
driver told a Starke

?v:' :rai'd fo hi
safety when a man
answered the door
of aWhispering
Oaks apartment
Nov. 17 holding a
stainless steel Colt
.45 handgun.
Alfred Lee Rob-
inson, 70, w\as
charged with imn- Robinson
proper exhibition of
a firearm and w~ith aggravated assault
w\ith a deadly weapon without intent to
kill.
According to a police report the
driver said after he knocked on the
door of the South Water Street address.
Robinson opened the entryival,\ flash-
ing the handgun and telling the drilecr,
"You w;ere almost about to havet a bad
day." Robinson then allegedly leveled a
threat to the man in brown saying."Yiou.
best need watch it."


Ron Jackson and Shaniqua Arenas, both assistant managers at
Walmart, were volunteered at the Bradford Ecumenical Ministries


Food Pantry on Monday.
months ~but never the rest of the year.
Warren behieves there are people who
have too much pride to make regular
visits but during, this time of the year,
"They just want to provide their fami-
lies with a good meal."
Warren believes the new distribution
procedures will help both the families


and the volunteers. In addition to pre-
registering for assistance, families are
assigned a pickup time. ..
McRae estimates 300 local families,
or.roughly 1,200 people, will be enjoy-
ing turkey from this year's Thanksgiv-
ing: distribution`. The next main course
will be holiday hamn.





Food Pantry volunteers were
ready for Thanksgiving rush
Monday morning. Pictured (1-r)
are volunteers Elaine Stewart,
Elissa Biggs, Betty Warren,
Marlene Murwin and Lisa Butler.
Also on hand (but not.pictured)
are Veazie and Tom Jones, John
David Butler and Arley McRae.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


$10,689). That's..aver~ges out to more
than $1,000 a month, McDavid said,
asking why it was so much more than
the other departments.
The Heilbrocn Springs department is
the busiest in the county, he said, but
the total fuel costs of all of the other
departments combined still does not
match the use of that single department.
That was something that caught his eye
as he-looked over records he had~ re-
quested from the county, and he said,
given the economy,. the county should
be holding on to its mone~.
"Why does it take that much to run
one station with five vehicles in it than
it does to run four stations with triple
the vehicles?" asked McDavid, w\ho has
experience in rural volunteer as w~ell as
*major metropolitan fire departments.
The expenditures are also higher f~or


regular gasoline- 100 gallons of gaso-
line per month for a single truck at Hell-
bron Springs.
McDavid also questioned the pur-
chase of a Chevy 5500 for $20,000 to
turn into a brush tr~uck. Building that
truck could cost as 'much or more, plus
the added maintenance costs, he said,
and he questioned this route versus pur-
chasing a used brush truck as the coun-
ty typically would. Other depar-tments
utilized used equipment, and he pointed
out that one de apartment -Sam~pson
City--has had to get by without run-
ning water or restroom facilities.
County Manager Brad Carter said the
numbers stated by McDavid w\ere small
compared to the services the county re-
ceives in return. It's a bargain, he said.

See FIRE page 5A ,


A meeting that began with questions
about county fire department expendi-
tures ended with a standing ovation for
those who serve.
A workshop with the county com-
mission was held Nov. 17 to address
financial questions from citizen Paul
McDavid of Brooker about how much
\vas being spent by the fire departments
and how that money was being distrib-
uted between departments.
McDavid began with questions about
fuel consumption, saying the Heilbron
Springs Volunteer Fire Department had
spent $24,583 on diesel fuel over the
past two years, which was more than
twice the next largest fuel consump-
. tion for the same period (Theressa at


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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Starkeolournal.com, Editor
Area law\ enforcement, emerg-
gencyy response agencies, hospi-
:.tals and Bradford school district
officials took part in a simulated
btts crash Novl. 17.
Officials staged the exercise
at the career center's bus driver
training facility on State Road
230 East, at the Bradford/Clay
County line.
Students, bus drivers and vol-
unteers played the part of injured
Passengers and frantic parents,
forcing emergency personnel,
state troopers and deputies to
Deal not only with mass casual-
ties, but also with crowd control
and battery cases.
Allen Parrish, Bradford Coun-
ty emergency services direc-
tor, said agency leaders~are still
compiling after action reports
Sand will meet next week to plan
improvements resulting of the'
exercise. .
SHe added that he was pleased
by the interaction among the
agencies and the level of partici-
pation from each group. He also
said he liked the quality of care
emergency workers were able to
_give to patients on~scene.


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD .pains. Medical personnel arrived
Telegraph Editor on the scene and used tools and
techniclises to determine that
Emergency medical services there was indeed an artery block-
jwas not left out as excellence age preventing blood flow to the
wvas recognized at the Nov. 17 patient's heart.
county commission meeting. Parrish said time equals muscle
EMS Director Ailen Parrish because the longer the affected
said his goal when the county area goes without blood, the more
-hired him was to see every dol- the muscle dies. That means the
lar possible go toward service, system has to work from start to
and he feels like they've accom- finish in order to save a life, from
plished that. the personnel in dispatch to the
Parrish thanked the commis- paramedics and EMTs who treat
sion for supporting EMS. Having and~transport patients.
an excellent system starts with "We have to get out the door
leadership, he said, and the lead- quickly, we have to bring reliable
ership of the county--includiqg equipment, we have know what
commissioners, the clerk's of- we're doing when we get there,
fice and the county manager's and we have to apply what we've
_office- has been supportive. learned," Parrish said.
; Because of what has s-beeft -Once EMS workers begin as-
done, the county is getting exT sessing the situation and treating
cellent pre-hospital care, Parrish the patient, dispatch is notified to
said. There have been technol- prepare whichever hospital needs
ogy and equipment upgrades that to be ready to receive. They now
result in faster response to emer- have the technology to transmit,
agencies. These expensive items test results directly to the cardi-
are largely paid for with grants. ologist waiting in the emergency
Funds also purchase lifesaving room, so be or she can see what
equipment that EMS employees EMS has seen before they even
are continuously trained to use. arrive.
Money is budgeted for continu- "Because of the quick actions
ing education so EMS can have of dispatch, because of the com-
access to cutting edge infoima- petency of our paramedics, be-
tion that saves lives. .. cause of the equipment and the
To illustrate the return the tool-and the training, this person
eent get sornvit ivstmn in I r sahbl get interventionn"
ed about an incident in October It was less than 66 minutes
when EMS was dispatched to an from the time the call was placed
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Public information officer Michael Heeder discusses the
accident simulation with a television reporter.


"We need to establish a unified
command structure a little quick-
er," he said. "And we need to get
the victims off scene faster."


parrish added that he saw op-
portunities for improvement in
resource allocation and com-
mand structure.


pital in Gainesville was able to
clear the occlusion and return
blood flow to the heart, he said.
The patient ivas discharged three
days later,
Parrish said in addition to
recognizing those in the EMS
department, it's important to
acknowledge those who support
them, including the board, dis-
patch, the sheriff's office and the
volunteer firefighters.
"It is truly a system of excel-
lence, and it's driven by you,"
Parrish told the board.
Parrish read from a letter from
the cardiology lab at Shands
UF, which Bradford County
gets about six of each month. It
credits the pre-hospital care the
patient received and thanks the
county for the excellent care.
Parrish said requests brought
before the board for funding
or other support are not taken
lightly, and they do make a dif-
ference.


See EMS page 5A


The realistic accident
simulation included a
topp~led.by!s,,njojugg(;.
students and a'n Ir~ate ,..
bystander played by
Carlton Jones, who had to
be restrained by officers
when he confronted the
drunk driver who caused
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K ids raise money for 1
~.It w\as a small start to what or- trouble through their high school
~ianizer~s promise will become an' graduation. Guiding them along
annuall event to raise the profile of the way are the volunteer mnen-
':nd raise money' for T'ake Stock tors who meet writh them once a
`~n Children. Next yecar, they hope week, acting as advisors, confi-
;the Strides for Education 5K w\ill dants and role models.
Iou\\ just as they: hope support Ideally, the mentors they meet
f-or theC pr~ogr~am w\ill gr~ow. in middle school will be the same
- Take Stock Coordinator Carol mentors who watch them receive
::homas said the program is Flor- their diplomas--a testament to
f da's best kept secret. the dedication of the Take Stock
;We're trying to change that volunteers as well as the impact
yb\ letting everyone know about they have on the lives of the teens
it," she said. they work with.
Take Stock unites adult volun- Take Stock in Children-onie
ter mentors with kids who could of several programs of Com-
~ie considered at risk--at risk of munities in Schools of Bradford
succumbing to peer pressure, at County--raises money through-
ilvsk of dropping out, at risk of `out the year with events like this
-not fulfilling their potential. The to fund the scholarships. Strides
pr~fogram tries to intervene early, for education walks in other
tytroducing mentors to students counties strived to do the same.
fu'crinIg their middle school years. Most of those participating in the
~ In order to participate and -be local 5K were kids themselves.
Iiigible for the.college scholar- Thomas said they want to con-
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all Iout keeping the quilting tr~a- P~adgett w\ith the assistant of ;" .
diti n alive and members recent- Sunlshine Quilter Kathy Still
ly Shared their enthusiasm with showed attendees holy, to hand
res ljents at Windsor Manor. selyi the flower garden pattern. I' r
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onlj because the residents were undertaking as the pattern is an .l
invi ed to participate but also equilateral hexagon honeycomb.
bje~use the group had a special Difficult through it may be, it has ~t~tE:,:j.l'
gu~4t teaching them about a com- stood the test of time having first
pleg and much-admired quilting been brought to America by ear-
p~at~ern known as "'Grandmoth- ly English settlers, i.
er' Flower Garden." Windsor Manor employees in-f
Instructor Rosa Padgett is an terested in the craft also Stopped
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Firhi Baptist Piecemakers. That lister was on hand as w\ell and
grcai, she explained, works on .showed off a lovely baby animal
prayer quilts. The quilts feature quilt she had created. ;"
open stitches that church mem- The Sunshine Quilters have
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precut hexagons spread before her; Volunteer Dorothy
McAllister shows off her adorable animal ault Windsor
Kathy Still is workingg on; IVnaggie Miller fli~psThrough the
various fabric patterns while Sunshine Quilter Dorothy
prepares to sew.:


So a re

;4 million.

other

Floridians.


meet Nov.; 28
Tile Bradford County Demo-
cratic: Executive Committee
will meet at 7 p.m. on Monday,
Nov. 28, in the boardroom of the
Santa Fe College Andrews Cen-
ter. Members i\vill be discussion
the Martin Luther King Jr. Da
events,. the upcoming elections
and other matters. Supervisor "
of Elections Terry Vaughan has
bee oint o\ed to peak nb0u t
ested djemocrats are invited.
The Bradford DEC partici- I
pated in the Veterans' Day event
and will be ringing bells for the
Salvation Army ine December.
An bD cc aas wish ao hel


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~Thursday Nov. 24, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph sA


G~rrc~i Jlr~coi~F


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com, Editor

The mother of a Southside El-
e~menltary School student said her
son w\as attacked Nov. 16 by a
possibly rabid squirrel. Jennifer
Hinson said her 10-year-old was
walking home from a friend's
house around 5 p.m. ~along
Northeast 173rd Street, ?vben he
salt what appeared to be a dead
squirrel lying by the side of the
road
According to Hinson, after


* --


cent years, how the first people-
on scene were Johns and thie-
volunteers. Such examples go on'~
and on, he said, adding he'd puit .-
Bradford departments ~up against~
any in the state. .c:;
As Lewis closed the meeting~
asking that the fire departments
be blessed, the room rose to itsr~
feet and applauded them for the'l:i
work.


F;I
Continued from page 1A

The numbers, Carter said, are
a testament to Heilbron Springs'
emergency response, training,
recruitment and the additional
services extended to the pub-
lic. Other stations, for example,
haven't found the resources to
support' a smoke detector instal-
lation program, but Heilbron has.
It also transports its safety trailer
to schools and churches for edu-
cational purposes..
Emergency Management Di-
rector Brian Johns said the num-
bers don't necessarily reflect the
total fuel consumption for every
department. Lawtey, for exam-
ple, also receives money frod
the city councl,7 so th~e county is
not paying 100 percent of their
fuel costs.
They are involved in programs
like the smoke detector installa-
tion, Johns said, which took them
all over the county installing 160
devices, with no expense to the
county for labor or equipment.
Chief Terry McCarthy gets the
si~noke .detectors donated, he
stild. Fuel is a small price to pay
ro frk siin cnditioons safer
County Chairman Eddie Lewis
agreed if one life was saved, it
would be well worth it,
iJohns said more than 1,000
children each year go through
the.fire safety travel trailer, and
if teaches just one of them how
to get to safety in a fire, the cost
of transporting it is, again, well
worth it. McCarthy addedd a
gas-powered generator runs the
trailer.
jJohns added elderly checks,
yard work and first aid presence
af school events to the services
pi-ovided, and that is aside from
the fact that they run more emer-
gency calls than other depart-
nments and respond from a longer*
distance.
SAll of this justifies the higher
fuel costs, Johns said, and Lewis
and Commissioner Doyle Thom-
as vocally agreed. *
Carter said the Chevy truck




EMS
Gontinued from page 2A

Board reorganized
'The county commission reor-
gamized at its Nov. 17 meeting,
with Commissioner Ross Chan-
dier elected to the chairman
ship. It is not a new position for
Chandler, who replaced outgoing
Chairman Eddie Lewis. Commis-
sioner Doyle Thomas was unani-
ni~ously appointed as vice chair.
Chandler was previously serving
as vice chairman to the board.

Boat ramp closed
~~The Santa Fe Lake boat ramp
w\ill be closed from Nov. 28-
Dec. I for repairs. Commissioner
D~anny Riddick also talked abolt
repairs needed to the dock and
received the board's blessing to
look in to options for making re-
pairs there.


Richard Land, a supervisor at
the health department, confirmed
the boy was treated for ai sqluir-
rel bite. He also said that since
squirrels are a low risk for car-
rying rabies, and since the r~odent
was never found, his agency
decided against issuing a rabies
alert. He added, however, that
based on the boy's description of
the animal's behavior, it is pos-
sible the squirrel could have been
infected .


the boy poked at the animal, the
squirrel ran up the boy's leg and
bi t hi m, then laid back dow n. The
student ran home in a panic and
his mother took him to the health
department for treatment. She
added that health care providers
there gave him a tetanus shot,
then set him up for a series of ra-
bles vaccinations.
The location of the attack is
near Stark~e's solid waste collec-
tion site, about one mile east of
the intersection of Market Road
and Old Lawtey Road.


Sardis Baptist Church. 5 R.
III I n Wocrthington Spring~s.

Noc.27, through Wed~nesdayi,
Nov. 30, featuring Rick
Coram. Services are Sunday
at 10: 15 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Weeknight services are at 7
p.m. For more information,
please contact 386-496-3685;

Believers Harvest Time
Ministries will hold its annual
church y/ard sale at its barn in


Philadeclphia Mlissionary
Baptist Church o~n O~ld
I~Lati te RoadJ \\ Ill hold a
goipel jing on Saturday Not .
26.a 31 p m.

SBradford Baptist Church
will be hosting Evangelist Matt
Dow~ns for revival services
from Sunday, Nov. 27, through
Friday, Dec. 2. Services on
~Sunday are 11 a.m. an~d 6
p.m. Weeknight services are
at 7 p.m. Bradford Baptist
Church is located 1.3 miles
east of U.S. 301 on S.R. 100 in
Starke. For more information,


downtown Grandin Dec. 1-3
from 8:30 a.m. to 4 pn. each
day. For more information,
please call 386-659-2473.

E-mail the details of your
congregation 's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctele-graph.comn.DEADLINE
IS MONDA Y AT 5 P.M.


Square, featuring the traditional
tree lighting and a chance to sit
with Santa.
Parade floats will be judged in
three categories: youth, business
and nonprofit. Some guidelines to
keep in mind for those who have
entered: If candy is to be given
out, it cannot be thrown from
floats. Candy should be handed
out by walkers~ accompanying
the' floats. Because the parade
is taking place in the evening,
walkers should wear reflective
clothing for safety's sake, and it
is preferable that they be adults.
Children are welcome to ride in
the parade, but there shouldn't be


any live Santas riding the floats
as the real Santa will appear at
the end of the parade.
For more information, please
contact the chamber at 904-964-
5278.

RJE reunion

trip planned
RJE Class of 1962, in celebra-
tion of its 50th anniversary, will
sponsor a tri p by trai n to tour sties
in Washington, D.C., including
the MLK and Lincoln memori-
als. The trip will take place from
`June 21-26, 2012. For cost and
other information, please contact


Sta rke
ChriStmaS

parade Dec. 3
The annual Starke Christmas
parade is set for Saturday, Dec. 3,
at 6 p.m. and this year's theme is
"An Old-Fashioned Christmas."
Parade entries will line up on
East Call Street in front of the
hospital and the parade will tray-
el west into downtown, making
a right onto Walnut Street and
disbanding, at. Jefferson Street-
The parade will pass right by
the~ square where the city will
be holding Christmas on the


tion's new solar PV system. The
event will be held outside the fire
station. Everyone is invited to at-
tend to learn more about the new
system. Refreshments will be
served.

Guardian classes

begin in January
Make a New Year's resolu-
lion to advocate for an abused


and neglected children. No spe- `
cial background needed. Leght".
and staff support provided. Next"''
class starts Jan. 9. Call Lisa 4;,~
904-966-6237, or go to www.\;':
gal.alachua.fl.us. -!i


~Love your library~
904-368-3911


904-782-3166 or miltonl 106@
bellsouth.net.

Come learn
about solar

" 'e g
The city of Starke will be host-
ing a "Green Celebration" on
Friday, Dec. 2. from 11 a.m. to I
p.m. to demonstrate the fire sta-


Thomas said the first one on
scene when his late father-in-law
had a heart attack was a volun-
teer firefighter who saved him
and gave him several more years
of life. He arrived in his personal
vehicle with an oxygen tank in
hand. ,
"Howv much better person-
alized service can you get?"
Thomas asked, adding that the
rescue came at no cost. He point-
ed to the disaster response in re-


bunch of folks I've ever been
around," Lewis said, adding they
get off work, respond to inci-
dents in the middle of the night,
and turn right around and go
back to work the next morning.
He thanked McDavid as well for
his interest.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
said he greatly appreciates the
work of the fire departments and
the board is committed to con-
tinue to helping them. Commis-
sioner Lila Sellars thanked those
who tried to answer questions,
and said she hoped they had been
answered to everyone's satisfac-
tion,
"I know that each and every
one of you put your life on the
line every day when you go out,
and I admire you for that," Sell-
ars said.
Commissioner Danny Riddick
also thanked McDavid and said
all of the questions brought to his


attention had been answvered.The
more he asked looked into those
questions, the prouder he became
of those who work and volunteer
for the county, he said. There's
a lot that people don't see, and
people complain if a county truck
gets driven to lunch, but Riddick
said the county should be buying
lunch to thank the volunteers for
all they do.
Riddick shared the story of a
courthouse employee who said
she could always rely on the vol-
unteers to be there when her child
has a seizure almost as soon as
she places the call. He spoke of
another man who said he would
have died of a heart attack before
reaching the hospital had it not
been for the response from Heil-
bron Springs volunteers.
-"You guys are about saving
lives. Everyone of you I talked to
your biggest concern was saving
lives," Riddick said.


purchase was also a deal given
the.usual purchase price for such
a vehicle. McCarthy said the re-
tail value of the 2007 truck was
more than $67,000. It had been
stored in a warehouse, and the
county- purchased it for much
less. Olice converted to a brush
truck, McCarthy said the depart-
ment would donate a 2001 brush
truck it purchased (used) with
its own money to the county for
Johns to place it where it is most
needed,
As for the facilities in Samp-
son City, Johns said its taken
some time, but~a well and septic
tank are finally going in at that
station, and the fire department
is stepping up to help pay for the
restroom. But Johns reminded
the commission that it was just
a few years agoq ,that te depart-
-ment had no station at all. N~o~w
there is a station with five bays
as well as a classroom.
The county has spent several
years improving its facilities,
equipment and vehicles and has
come a long way from the days
when volunteers didn't know
if their trucks would make it to
their call, Johns said. Donations
have helped greatly with this ef-

foA number of people, primarily
firefighters, attended the work-
shop, and there was some concern
at the outset that things would get
out of hand. Everyone was civil,
however, and a great amount of
appreciation was expressed for
the county's volunteers.
"I thank God for the volunteer
fire departments," citizen Tom
Tatum said, adding volunteers
helped save 50 jobs at his fam-
ily's saw mill when fire broke
out earlier this year. The county
can't afford to hire firefighters,
but it has the best volunteers it
could have, he said.
Commissioners also took turns
.adding their thanks. Lew\is said
the county has the finest group of
volunteers around,andl there may
be some things to "straighten
out," but the chance to save lives
is worth the money and the effort
put forth.
"T'lhis is the most dedicated




In other business:

*The board approved spend-
ing $1,180 in Intergovernmenltal
Communication Funds for two
radio and three antennas.

*An amended interlocal agree-
ment wvith Clay County for build-
ing and inspection services w'as
approved, although County Man-
ager Brad Carter said the country
was still seeking a person to fill
the position,

*The country approved a lease
with the planning council for twlo
spaces in the annex. This means
the county~i~eterans service of-
fice will move to the north wing
of the courthouse, next to buiild-
ing and zoning.


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Mother: son attacked by squirrel


Paul &t Ruth Meng
Celebrating 65 years of wedded biss





To honor Paul &t Ruth, the Meng family will
be hosting a "Drop-in" Reception on
Sat., Nov. 26th, from 2-4pm.
Friends and family are invited to join
us for this special occasion at the
SPaul Meng residence at Hampton Lake.
Yourpresence is all that is requested.


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BY TYJOHNSON
Hope Chtristian Academny

Nearly 120 were in attendance
at Hope Christian Academy's
annual veterans breakfast
on Nov. 10. Student Baylee
Smith said, "I think serving the


Hampton Elementary School A Honor Roll students for the first nine weeks included
[front-baick, I-r) Faith Lott, Tessa Caulk, Chase Odom, Cole Hamm, Mei Mei He, Caden
$.ett, Gage Lott, Ashley .Outlaw, Abble Roach, Omarian Price, Joshlyn Pfalzgraf,
:Kiistine Willilams, Skylar Dentris, Erin Warren, Brinley Carter, Ryan Jones, Madison
W]~itzel, Evie Salyer and Shyann Pfalzgraf. Also pictured !is Principal Brenda Donaldson,


) ~


On Oct. 12 at a called
communication of Pine BBBs
Hill Lodge No. 9, Free
:E:]nd Accepted Masons, in
Booker, Florida members
of the 10th Masonic i
,~Degree Team assisted the
me~nbers of Pine Hill Lodge
:: ,raise Jefferson Davis to a
,the sublime degree of 1
master Mason. The degree
,, was conferred by Brian
,oole, the present district
deputy grand master. The
,,ecture was delivered by <
Worshipful Mike Nolan and
.: the charge was delivered Biiff '
.caby' Worshipful John Paul
Mann. Right.Honorable Jeff
Vyood,~ master of Pine Hill
Lodge No. 9, presented Jefferson Davis with his lodge
niembership card (pictured above), and also presented
Darrell Davis, past master of Lawtey lodge, with his
I"honor~ary membership card to Pine Hill Lodge No. 9.
SThe degree brought 27 master masons together for an
enjoyable evening.


A touching POW/MIA ceremony was performed during the event. Also featured was a
veterans salute video created by the HCA: computer class.


Breakfast for champions: HCA

students host annual veterans event


veterans is good because they
have done so much for us."
The event was organized by
HCA staff and students with as-
sistance from parents. The event
featured a country breakfast and
a veterans video salute produced
by the HCA computer class. Spe-


cial music was performed by the
HCA praise team, and Victoria
Denmark, who sang the national
anthem.
Speakers were Gary Walker,
HCA assistant principal, and Dr.
Larry Strickland, Hope Baptist
Church pastor.


Also making A Honor Roll at Hampton Elementary School were Gavin Swan, Lydia
M/ti~rgan, Sydney Henderson, Kaidi Guillon, Shawn Davis and Carson Halsey.


Davis a new


1IL11 -I.-


I


~~master mason


Student Chloe Walker serves coffee.


Saturday, March 241, 2012. Ap-
plications are available at Brad-
ford High School, Bradford Mi~id-
dle .School, Keystone Heights
High School, Capital City Bank
and One Stop Tailor Shop.
The application deadline is
earlier for the pageant this year-
Dec. 16, 2011.
The pageant is, open to young
ladies 1 3-24 years old w~ho reside,


attend school or work within a
22-mile radius of Starke. Please
email questions to strawberry-
pageant@ yahoo.corts, or call
Angelia at 352-235-2014 or Sar-
ah Lee at 9(M-364-6465. Check
out their Facebook page, Brad-
ford Ulnion Straw~berry Pageant.
for more details and updates.


Strawberry
pag680%
celebrating
50 yea rs
Sponsored by the Bradford
County Community Women, the
50th Annual Strawberry Princess
and Queen Pageant will be held.


En te r Chrvist mas
chill cook-off
~The second annual Christmas.
ort the Square event in downtovn
Starke will once gain include a
chili cook-off that .competitors
cali enter now.
TjIhe event will take place Sat-
ur~day, Dec. 3, and teams can be-
giia setting up at the downtown
sqklare on East Call Street at 10
a.ml. The entry ~fee is $2.5, but
fi st place winner' w\ill take home
$l'00. There will also be a $50
prize for the best booth decora-
'tidns.
Entrants can also raise money
for their group by Selling their
clili throughout the day. Christ-
mas in the square will feature
crkift and other vendors, and
Stitrke's anriual lighted Christ-
mps parade will travel by 'the
square at 6 p.m; ~:
: The annual Christmas Tree
lighting cerenrion), will take place
at'7 p.m.
~Contact De~~nna at the INorth
Florida Regional,~ Chamber of
Commerce, 904-964-5278, for
more informatioitt '


Fitness sessions
offered at RJ E
Concerned Citizens of Brad-
ford County presents fitness
sessions with Kim DeSue every
Monday and Wednesday at the
PJE Complexu cafeteria 1 6-7 p.m. Each session is offered
for $5.
SThis workout session is an
exciting w~ay to get the personal
guidance, motivation, and re-
war~ds you need to reach your
full fitness potential. As you take
that opportunity. you can begin
achieving all your personal fit-
ness goals to look. feel and per-
form at \your best.
It doesn't matter if you are just
starting out or if you have been
exercising for some time. It is a
program that encourages every!-
one to make activity part of their
everyday lives. Accepting this
challenge is the first step tow\ardc
being more active.


HMonor Roll













_ Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph ~7A


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Drink Special of the Week Wrtild Turkey $4
We are very THANKFUL for all of
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very Safe &e Happy Thanksgiving!
"POKER NIGHT RETURNS TO THE RIVER" TI
Wed., Nov. 23 at 8pm with $2 Longnecks djs
We will be OPEN THANKSGIVING NIGHT

at 6pm and its LADIES NIGHT 8-11pm...
Ladies Buy 1 Get 1 FREE ~ Wells & Drafts
and $1.75 Mugs for Men. Karoake & DJ
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Karoake & DJ Fritz every Fri & Sat 9pm-2am


"Quality Eyecare with Value in Mind "
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Indues inge Vsio plsti lesesand boes f iIncludes exam and 2 pair of glasses with
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responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancelpayment, or be reimbursed for pdaymnt for any other servce, examination or treatment which is
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said Northerly boundary, 237.00
feet for the Point of Beginning.
From Point of Beginning thus
desenibed run North 00 degrees,
19 minutes and 19 seconds
West, parallel with the Easterly
boundary of the right of way pf
said Palm Street, 90.00 feet;
thence North 89 degrees, 88
minutes and 45 seconds East,
parallel with the Northerly
boundary of the right of way
of said Wee Street, 110.00
feet; thence South 00 degrees,
19 minutes and. 19 seconds
East parallel with the Eastedly
boundary of the night of why
of said Palm Street, 90.00 fe~et
to an iron rod on the N~rtherly
boundary of the night of~~way pf
said Wee Street: thence So~th
89 degrees, 58 minutes and 45
seconds West, along ast sala
Northerly boundary, 110.00 fitpt
to the Point of Beginning. ;
Assessed To:
ROBERT E ~E
ESTATE, TEREG~A
LYNN LOTT PERS.N;AL
REPRESENTATIVE, KENNETH
CROW, JOYCE CROW
All of the above property is
located in Bradford County, in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates) ishall
be redeemed according to Ladyv,
the property described in such
certificate, or certificates will
be sold to the Highest Bidder
COtUTH AMORSDTAROEU7Fi
on the 29* day of December,
2011, at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLER1<
OF COURT
BY Lisa Brannon
SLISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK :e
if you are person with adisability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in'-ttis
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please
contact Ms. Jan Phillips, ADA
Coordinator, Alachua County
Family and Civil Justice Centel,
201 ~East University Avenue,
Room 410, Gainesville; FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237
at least 7 days before youir
scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance Is less
than 7 days; if you are hea'nng
or voice impaired, call 711. :
11/24 4tchg 12/15-BOT~
NOTICE OF PUBLIC`~
AUCTIONs -,
Pursuant to the Florida Sellf
Storage Act Statutes Se%.
83.801-83.809, NOTICE:-- A
Public Auction will be held oh
November 30, 2011 at 10:00
a.m. at C & C Mini Storagd,
1670 S. Walnut Street, Hwy 301
South in Starke, Florida. The
following units will be sold to ige
highest bidder, and continuing
day to day thereafter until sold.
1-8 C. Crawford
1-27 R. Hines
1-62 C. Padgett
1-64 L. Griffis
1-15 R. Johnson
1-21 L. Aaron
1-30 M. Wright .
11/24 Itchg-BCT
_NOTICE
Santa Fe Lake Boat Ramp. will
be closed for repairs Monday,

so~y 28011/24 ItchhursdaT



f lef Sup port
off rd inStvke
OHave Hospice is hos iri~g a
Ne Beginnings support group
in take.Ne Bgi nngs-'
support group for care givers ~ho
have lost spouses, loved ones or
friends. The group meets for din-
ner, conversation and support.'
Te Stre group meet te
second Tuesday of the month at
Western Steer in Starke.
htaven Hospice does not cover
the cost of dinner. The grou'f~is
offered as a service so there iS no
cost to attend. For more irifoima-
tion, please contact Haven Ilds-
pice at 386-328-7100.


24 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY 224.57
FEETTOACONCRETEMONUMENT
FOUND AT AN INTERSECTION
WITH SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,
THENCE RUN SOUTH OO DEGREES
55 MINUTES 25 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY 220.00 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
(#GAHAGOO1 688A/B) LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO.
A/K/A 16103 SW COUNTY ROAD
235, BROOKER, FL 326220000
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on November 16, 2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
SPlease contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
11/24 2tchg 12/1-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That
JOSEPH S PINAMONTI JR
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year
of issuance, the description of
property and name in which it is
assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2011-0002
Certificate Number: 1060
Parcel Number: 05065-0-00101
Year of Issuance: 2009
Descri tion of Property:
PARC L #05065-0)-00101
A parcel of land lying in the NE
%/ of the NE %/ of Section 30,
Town~s~hip 7 South, Range 22
East, In the City of Hampton,
Bradford County, Florida; said
parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a nail found at the
Northwest corner of said NE %
of NE % (said nail also being in
the centerline of County Road
18 Navarre Avenue) and run
North 89 degrees, 36 minutes
and 25 seconds East, along the
Northerly boundary thereof (and
along said centerline), 495.00
feet; thence South 00 degrees,
19 minutes and 19 seconds
East, 25.00 feet to an iron rod
~on the Southerly boundary of the
right of way of said Count Road
18 (also being on the Easterly
boundary of the right of way of
Palm Street): thence continue
South 00 degrees, 19 minutes
and 19 seconds East, along
last said Easterly' boundary,
.475.09 feet to an iron rod on the
Northerly boundary of the right
of way of Wee Street: thence
'North 89 degrees, 58 minutes
and 45 second East, along last


25046'13" WEST, ALONG SAID
EASTERLY BOUNDARY 100.00
FEET; THENCE NORTH 87016'03"
EAST, 208.34 FEET TO THE
WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RIGHT-OF-WAY OF SAID COLLEY
ROAD; THENCE SOUTH 00023'43"
EAST, 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Dated this 16" day of November,
2011
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
11/24 2tcgh 12/1-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JU'IlCIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2008-CA-114
DIVISION:
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
KENNETH WRIGHT, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
prsun aou a~nalCrd r Reschedul ner
10, 2011, and entered in Case No. 04-
2008-CA-114 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORD County, Florida wherein
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and KENNETH WRIGHT; SUE
ANDERSON; CARMEL FINANCIAL
COR PORATION; are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court will sell to the
hi hest and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEM PLE AVEN UE, STAR KE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11 :00 a.m., on the
5'" day of January, 2012, the following
desonibed property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING THE
SOUTHWEST % OF SECTION 27,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
20 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA: SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCR IBED
AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SOUTHWEST %/ OF THE
SOUTHWEST % AND RUN NORTH
00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 25
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF,
512.48 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH
87 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 02
-SECONDS WEST PARALLEL WITH
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID SECTION 27, A DISTANCE
OF 220.00 FEET TO A SET IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH
00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 25
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL WITH
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,
179.28 FEET TO AN IRON ROD SET
ON THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT. OF WAY OF
COUNTY ROAD 235; THENCE RUN
NORTH 77 DEGREES 26 MINUTES


the Board of County Commissioners
scheduled for December 5' ,
201 "at 9:30 a.m. in the County
Commission Meeting Room, located
inthe nrth wing of the Bradford
Coune nCoourthou e, 945 N. Temple
Av. Starke, Florida. A copy of the
a eda may be obtained on or after
N vember 29, 2(?11 from the count
websitefo tww .c af udonunty l
ov oer located in the north wing of
the Bra frd County Courthouse
11/24 itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF MEETING
Redistricting Committee meeting
nsstfrusa Noebe 29
bs01seata6:0uespd iN tem Cunty
Commission room, located in the
north wing section of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 North-
Te ple Ave., Starke, Florida
mp 11/24 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEETINGS OF THE
NORTH FLORIDA
BROADBAND AUTHORITY
TRANSITION COMMITTEE and
Regular Board Meetings '
The North Florida Broadband
Authority ("NFBA") announces
meetings of the NFBA Transition
Committee that all interested persons
are invited to attend. The NFBA is a
legal entity and public body created
pursuant to the provisions of Section
163.01, Florida'Statutes, and an
I teloca Arem ntD among it @
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union and Wakulla Counties and
municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross
City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello,
Perry, White Sprn s and Worthington
Sprin s, Flori a. fhe NFBA will hold
the fo lowing public meetings:
NFBA Transition Committee 10:00
a.m. on Monday, November 28, 2011
at the NFBA Project Office, ,164 N.W.
Madison Avenue, Lake City, FL32055.
The NFBA Transition Committee
will conduct general business of the
Transition Committee.
NFBA Board of Directors -10:00 a.m.
on Wednesday, November 23, 30,
December 7, 21, 28 2011 and January
4 and 11, 2012 at the Suwannee
River Water Management District:,
Suwannee Room, 9225 County Road
49, Live Oak, Florida 32060. The
NFBA Board of Directors meeting will
be held to conduct general business
of the NFBA.
The' following previously scheduled
public meeting will remain the same:
NFBA Soard of Directors 2:00 p.m.
on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.
If a~ person decides' to appeal any
decision made by the NFBA with
respect to any matter considered ait
the meeting such person will need a
~record of the proceedings and rnay
need to ensure that a verbatim record
is made, including the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is to be made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities


Act, persons needing special
accommodation or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding or have
any questions please contact Faith
Doyle, Clerk~ to the NFBA Board at
(321) 246-0059 or (407) 629-6900 at
least two (2) business days prior to
the date of the meeting.
11/24 Itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8T JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION:
CASE NO.: 10000678CA
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC,
Plaintiff,
DANIEL RYDER A/K/A DANIEL R.
RYDER A/K/A DANIEL RICHARD
RYDER; DORIS L. RYDER A/K/A
DORIS LOREE RYDER A/KAl
DORRIS RYDER; UNKNOWN
TENANTSS; IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALLE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 10th day of
November, 2011, and entered in
Case No. 10000678CA, of the Circuit
Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
for Bradford County, Florida, wherein
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE, LLC
is the Plaintiff and DANIEL RYDER
A/K/A DANIEL R. RYDER A/K/A
DANIEL RICHARD RYDER, DORIS
C.RYDRERDEARK/ ORDORI YL RErE
defendants. The Clerk of this Court
shall sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the east front door
of the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Ave., Starke, FL, at
11:00 a.m. on the 5th day of January,
2012, the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
EXHIBIT A
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED
IN THE SW %/ OF THE NE %/ OF
SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE CITY OF
STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SW % OF NE % AND RUN
NORTH 89*59'47" WEST, ALONG
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 52.74 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD SET ON THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF COLLEY ROAD; THENCE
NORTH 00023'43" WEST, ALONG
SAID WESTERLY BOUNDARY, 7.50
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED RUN NORTH 89059'47"
WEST, PARALLEL WITH THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY:OF SAID
SW %/ OF NE %/ A DISTANCE OF
165.32 FEET TO AN IRON ROD SET
ON THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE .
ROAD' 100; THENCE NORTH


you? Do you believe that the truth of
God's Word wor-ks only for honest
people (John 12:42).
When you look into God's Word and
see but one: church which Christ built
(Eph. 4:4, Matt. 16:18, I Cor.3:11),
sheded his blood and died for (Acts
20:28).
The Lot~d' s Prayer (John, 17th
chapter) and intent for ru..ty and
harmony and still say that any church
will do or~ attend the church of you~r
choice. Is it truth?
Or what about when you read God's
Word that says, "He that believeth and
is baptized shall be saved", but then
someone else comes along and says that
baptism is not essential. Is it the truth?
Many of these ,questions will be
answered according to the Scripture, so
come and let us reason together.
We hope to see you there!!!
For transportation please~call

Curtis L. White, Minister
(904) 782-3771


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLOOR IDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-477
SMICHAEL 1. WELLS,
SPlaintiff'
Svs.
ESTATE OF TED M. MALLICOAT;
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
G AANTEES, ASSIGNEES, DAL
CREDITORS, LEINORS AND A
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
SBY, THROUGH, OR AGAINST
STHE NAMED DEFENDANT'
:AMBER MALLICOAT; JASON
; VIALLICOAT; JESSICA MALLICOAT;
SAND UNKNOWN PARTIES IN
POSSESSION
CLERK S NOTICE OF SALE
UNDER 045.031, FLORIDA
STATUTES
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, Pursuant
'to 45.31,Florida Statutes under
te F45.0 ud met of For closure
date diN vmbmen7, 2011, in the
aoe otle cuer I will sell to the
oiheesty ad bcast bdder for cash at
the frontadnoo of the Bradford County
Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11 050
a.otheThour ny, D erebe real
property. h E f
Parcel of ln yng in othRne SE'4o
22 E sn, Bradford C unty Florida, and
tn mr patclry, dsid a
fbloeis: em mnce yt th teaass
cre f SE %/ and run thence South
r 14300" West a distance of 120.0
feet for the point of b ginning, thence
run South 0030' Eaetga distance of
355.3 feet to a oint; thence run South
88043'30" West a distance of 120.00
feet to a point run thence North 0030'
West a distance of 355.3 feet to a
point, run thence North 88043'30"
East a distance of 120.00 feet to the
point of be innin together with right
of jge ad erss
Tooet er wtnh ta certain single wide
mobile home, Vin #BM6159 and Title
#5266400
Tax Parcel No. 04756-0-02000
Any erson claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 7'" day of November,
2011
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
11/17 Atchg 11/24-BCT
NOTICE OF REGULAR
SCHEDULED MEETING
The regular scheduled meeting of


Curtis White, .Minister of
the Church .of~ Christ .in

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WHERE: The Church of Christ
tin I.8Wtey, located on CR-200B '
(Lawtey Corrrectional Irist.
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TIME: Bible Study 9:45am
Sunday Worship 11lam & 6pm
IVOn.-Wed. 7pm nightly


The speaker for this occasion will be
the "Dynamic" Jack Evans Jr. of
Terrell, Texas

This is an opportunity of a lifetime
for us to come together to search the
Scripture -to see if the things we have
been taught are so. -
It is my prayer that many ministers
and teachers of different faiths will come
in order that we might teach and preach
the same thing according to the.Scripture

So come and let us reason together.
Please know that you will have the
opportunity to question the speaker at the
conclusion of each message.
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B Section Thursday, Nov. 24,- 2011 -.FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDI TO RI A

NEWS FROMV BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



-r~ii~.a Tornadoes come up on short end of

12 .. IzI! ~~' a 12-7 defensive battle wiith Raines


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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Bradford's offense sputtered
Friday night, managing only
one score and 11I rushing yards
as the Tornadoes' 2011 season
came to an eand at the hands of
Jacksonville Raines by a score
of 12-7 in a Class 4A regional
semifinal playoff game.
The Viking defenders caught
Bradford quarterback Austin,
Chipoletti behind his own line
of scrimmage 12 times
throughout the game.
"Defensively we played
well," said Bradford head
coach Derek Chipoletti.
"Offensively we didn't. We
had a couple of turnovers that
killed some drives. We just
couldn't get anything going
offensively. They are an
athletic, fast football team, and
you can't help those guys out
at al visiting defense nearly
matched the Raines effort,
limiting the Vikings to 84
B"du hin was the Vikings
defense that starred Friday.
The Raines defenders set up
the home team's first score.
With 5:16 remaining in the
first period, Bradford (7-4)
started a drive on its 20, but
was driven back to the 10 with
the Vikings throwing the
Bradford quarterback for three
consecutive losses. On fourth
down, Tornado punter Devin
Paulk was forced to kick from
beneath his own goal post,
launching a punt to the
Bradford 30.
From there, Raines running
back Darius Masline galloped
for runs of 15 and 8 yards,


Union County's Walter Mabrey (far left) goes' to sc~op up what appeared to be a
fumble caused by Josh Tyson (far right), but the play was ruled an Incomplete pass.


Defense recovers in big way from

slow sta rt in Tige rs' 42-14 win


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Phillip James (shown making a sack in an earlier
'gme) and tehe Bruandford defense held Raines to 84


to the Tornado 45. Austin
Chipoletti then took over.
After a 4-yard rush by Dexter
Clayton, the junior quarterback
ran for 7 yards and threw for
44 more, reaching the end zone
with a 38-yard pitch to
Thomas to put the Tornadoes
up 7-6 following the PAT with
10 seconds remaining in the
first quarter.
But Ramnes answered the
Tornadoes' score. Starting
from their own 28, the Vikings
took eight plays to march to

See BHS page 2B


before scoring on a 7-yard rush
for the game's first score with
2:23 to play in the first quarter,
but the Vikings missed the
point- after-touchdown kick.
That missed extra point, along
with the Vikings' failure to
score on a two-point
conversion later in the game,
kept the Tornadoes in .the
contest until the final seconds.
The Vikings' touchdown
appeared to awaken Bradford's
fizzling offense. Following
Raines' score, Brandon
Thomas sparked the visitors
with a 39-yard kickoff return


Union rolled from there,
hndowinsthree straig t
"That (kickoff return) and
that one defensive stand were
probably the two key plays,"
Pruitt said.
Wildwood gained 139 yards
on its first two possessions, but
was held to 71 the rest of the
way as the Union defense
hoe eight et rovr t s en
"We settled down," said
Prince Alexandier, who had
three interceptions. "The
See TIGERS page 10B


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/ corts E itorm
and fumble recovery in the red
zone provided the spark the
Union County football team
needed as it rolled to a 42-14
win over visiting Wildwood in
a Class IA, Region 4 semifinal
game on Nov. 18.
The Tigers (10-0) were
coming doff of an opetnoda danod
ponder a 14'-7 win over
Newberry that head coach
Ronny Pruitt wasn't
particularly pleased with.
"We've had two weeks to


kind of sulk over a poor
prformane ," Prhuittksalsd. "I'
been, ready to play."
However, it was Wildwood
(6-5) that scored first on a 63.
yard, reverse-pass play.
If that took any air out of the
crowd, it didn't last long as
Greg Edwards returned the
ensuing kickoff for a score to
u the WTdats ep onn d by
driving from their owihn 27 to
the Un'ion 8-yard line, but
Union's Kaleb Green
recovered a fumble to stop the
scoring threat.


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Bradford Co.
Education .I
FOundation
pOinsettia sale
returns
The' Bradford Countd
Education Foundation's :fdtir~th
annual poinsettia sale returnS
this year, with plants priced at
$15 each. .
'Call Julee Tinsler at 904;
966-6025 for information oil:
delivery/pickup and to place aE'
order. You may ~also order
plants from any Bradfora
County Education Foundation,
member.


769-1748 or Brenda Thornton
at 904-364-8266.

Tri-County Beef .
Update to be
held Dec. 1
The 2011 Tri-County Beef
Update for Baker, Bradford '
and Union counties will be
held Thursday, Dec. 1, at the
Baker County Extension
Office, beginning with
registration at 5:45 p.m.
Baker 'County Extension
Director Mike Davis will talk
about fa~lland winter forage.
Bradford -County Extension
Director Tim Wilson will talk
about beef cattle marketing,
while Union County Extension
Director Basil Bactawar .will
talk about beef cattle nutrition.
seAio w estion- nd-ua dwer
Registration is $5 per person
The meal will be- sponsored by
the Balier County Farm
Bureau .
Please RSVP by Monday,
Nov. 28, by calling 904-259-
3520.


Volunteers
needed for
Salvation Army
bell-ringing
ca mpa ign ~
The Salvation Army's
annual holiday fundraiser is set
to .begin, and volunteers are
still needed to help ring the
bell in Bradford and Union
counties .
The campaign in Starke
begins Friday, Nov. 25, and
will be held every day except
Sunday through Saturday, Dec-
24, from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. at
the .following locations:
Walmart (both entrances) and
Winn Dixie~. In Lake Butler,
the campaign will be held on
,,Saturdays, beginning Dec. 3.
If you are interested in
assisting, please call Terry


Ge~ner'al Mills recently made a $1,000"donation toward the Starke Police
j,~ Department's Shop With a Cop program.. Starke capt. Barry Warren (second from
left) is pictured accepting a check from Gary Winner of General Mills. Heather Price
.(far left), the dairy department manager at Starke Walmart, is also pictured.


ilelp Shorp with dona"tions by telephone.
a Cop bring H (leb i
iChristmas joy to .
team sel IIng
.children's lives .
The :.;Starke. Police chicken ;dinners
DOepartment is once again in -The~ Keystone Heights High
_he midst of raising~ funds and School volleyball program is
gccepting donations for its selling chicken dinners this.
.seventh amiual Shop -with a Saturday, Nov. 26, as a
to0p program, which enables "fundraiser. Dinners will be
elementary school students, available beside~ Chiappimis an
id~entified by teachers :as Melrose (corner of S.R. 21 and
"having a need, to enjoy $:100 S.R. 26) beginning at. 11 a~m.
Shopping 'sprees at Walitart in

~Sak;rShop with a Cop hias grown ConteStantS
frobm serving 34 children in its needed for
inaugural year to 147 last year.
To date, funds have been anI'Kl~a IIVIISS~
-raised to allpw 96 children to
participate,- but there is still Bradford Fest
~time to donate and allow more The ~second annual Miss
children to participate-. Bradford Fest-an event of
You -may 'contact Capt. Santa Fe~ College Boots 'n'
,Barry Warren of the Starke. BBQ--will be held Feb. 11,
,Police Dlepartment at 352-494- 2012, at 7 p.m. in the Bradford
3326 or 904-964-5400 for High School auditorium.
~more information or to make a Contestants ivill compete in
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Bradford, Keystone boys' hoops teams have rough preseason


Indians struggle
to score in 62-21
and 62-16 losses
H)Y CIIIFI SMIIl LEIY
RegSionatl Newls/Sp~ort. Edlitor
It was a roughly outinig for thle
Keystone H-eights boys
basketball teamn in a preseason
tournament aIt Bradf'ord High
School in Starke as the Indians
lost two games by more than
40 points each.
The Indians played
Englewood on Nov. 17 and
Fleming Island on Nov. 19,
losing 62-21 and 62-16,
respectively. Both games were
essentially out of reach for
Keystone in the first quarter.
Chase Julius had two
defensive rebounds in the early
stages of the first quarter
against Englewood, while
Robbie Kerr had two free
throws that left the Indians
trailing 6-2. That would be as
close as they would get to the
Rams, who went on a 13-2 run
to go into the second quarter
up 19-4.
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Regionalil News/'Sports Edlitr ~
Deonl Aldr~idge and1C Jurstin
MlcBride combhined~ for14
pbiints inl thle first1 quarter,r but
thet duro had just five poinlts the
rest of thie gamne as the
Bradfo~rd boys' basketball
teaml lost 63-416 to Eng~lew~ood
in a preseason game in Starke
t~n Nov. 19.
It was the second of two
preseason games the
Tornadoes played in a six;-team
classic. Bradford played
Creekside on Nov. 17, and that
game and the Englewood game
gave the Tornadoes two losses
by a combined score of 132--
75.
McBride, who had 15 points
adgle00drebounds argotj th
it rebound dunk. He: had three
such putbacks in the first
quarter and finished the quarter
with 10 points.
A long jump shot by
Aldridge put Bradford up 6-4,
while a jumper by McBride
made it 8-6 in the Tornladoes


pointer by Burch, helpedl the
ilo 71adoich ups oec atnibe lea
finial margin. ..
Re~ddish OnallSheLd with 10)
pocinlts aIs hie. Burch and l
Mc~rideu were the only players
to score in~ double figures. ..
1In Brladfordt's first gamle in
the preseason classic, Walton
kep't the Tlornaldoes in the
game early with ,his outside
shooting, but 22 turnovers hurt
the team as Creekside pulled
away for a 69-29 win on Nov.
17.
Walton made three 3-
pointers in the first half, in
which he. scored all of his
team-high 12 points. His first
trey was the Tornadoes' first
basket of the game, while his
assist on a basket by BJ.
Nichols left Bradford trailing
6-5. Another 3-pointer by
Walton put Bradford up 8-6,
while a basket by McBride put
the Tornadoes up 10-8.
'That woulId be the
*Tornadoes' last lead as Brian
Johnson made a 3-pointer to
send Creekside into the second
See HOOPS page 12B


tavor.
wEnglewbooosd si Jwl an
F;ame s next eight points, with
tw~o of his bas);ets coming off
of Bra-;dford turnovers. Tle
Ramns then'I got 3-p)ointerTs from 1
.loslnua Le'wis andl Kelnneth
IMcNeil as they went into the
se~conld quarter uip by a score of
18-14.
B3radford's Deantre Burch
hit a trey of his own to make it
a one-point game, but
E'nglewood scored the next 14
points, with David Sharpe
making four free throws and
scoring six points, and Melvin
Irvin and Vandareen Robinson
each making a 3-pointer. A
jumper by Bradford's Brian
Walton stopped the run, but
Razeq Lundy drained another
trey for the Rams as they went
into the locker room at the half
up 37-19.
The Tornadoes scored only
five points in the third quarter,
Burch, seeing his first action
after his responsibility to the
football team ended on Nov.
18, scored all but one of those
points and finished the game
wit 1..
Englewood led by 26 in the
fourth quarter whlen the
Tornadoes put together a rnl
sparked by Jackson Reddish,
who had three 3-pointers.
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U~zad Brgade the time, no police are on duty at the chief feeding pizza to some
night, so why waste a lot ofcasThbuzrsswtelo-
onpatrol poop? It wouldn't be right to moving cats and thought they
~Dear Editor: monitor the cars at night since, would be a good meal, but when
The flying Buzzard Brigade is the buzzards are nearly black. they, saw the pizza, they ate that
;to patrol a part of U.S. 301. The dark would conceal them instead. That's when the buz-
1. dhavien't seen it myself, but and some nut could come by and zards got tight with the chief. To
there is ~talk that the chief is say that the buzzards were h~id- keep them happy, he had to give
feeding pizza to a bunch of buz- ing and holler "concealment." them a job.
zards and they are being re-. Since the pizza party is near All this just "rubs me wrong,"
cruited for positions on the po; the school, some kid could be hit and where else can this happen,
lice force..T~hey~ will be trained by a low-flying buzzard, or a except in the big city just north
to fly during the day and mark buzzard could be bit by a fast- of Starke?
the cars that are speeding by .moving car. After all the pizza_ Of course, this is my opinion
pooingorburig them and training, I certainly hope of what happened.
pW Ingthr .caurpmgmeonby teg that doesn't happen. Wayne E. Massey
hoeyhoe" llth olcewil Now all this was started by Lawtey
hiave to do is follow the mark or ,4,
sm-ell: to get .the~ right cars that No orie can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole
are-peedng. hata grat iea.orchestra to play It. --H.E. Luccock
The ghief has really come' up
~ith a~ good solution to reduce ---
th~ie high:C~ost 40fmaintaining the rrlc Cin cli rF )13
department. That will free up a
-.lot of money for, other projects.
'rThat means no extra cars to
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lice standards,' io extra hiigh- .reCnutto
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sufficient tiei ir rvotersT t

change in the number of days
allowed for voting is
nonpartisan and affects
everyone regardless of party
affiliation, so how do the
named publications see it as a
threat to democracy? Methinks
they are carried away with
their own prejudices.
Certainly, Nelson is seeing a
boogeyman where none exists,
and using hyperbole to frighten
unthinking Americans in an
effort to be seen as a friend to
the poor and downtrodden.
Crying "wolf" when there is
pone doesn't serve him very
well.
Bradford County Supervisor
of Elections Terry Vaughan
sees a possible change in the
voting process, with a bill
going before the Legislature in
2013. He is, an officer mn the
Florida State Association of
Supervisors of Elections,
cognizant of trends being
discussed in voting circles.
The change will propose to
eliminate precinct voting, to be
replaced by voting centers that
will remain open for two
weeks before each election,
allowing~ voters to-cast ballots
at any of the four or mom
centers in their home county.
When a vote is cast, computers
will immediately post the vote
at all centers, precluding
persons voting most than once.
Florida remains number four
in population with 18,801,310
people, with New York its third .
place with a population of
19,541,453. California and
Texas are numbers one and
two. Florida ,is expected to
surpass New York in
population by the next census
in 2010. Election officials
must plan for accommodating
the increasing demands for the
growing state. -
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thMol t member theofa re o
"Wolf!" He was tending a
flock of sheep--a dill and
.tedious job. To liven up the
hours, he cried, "Wolf," and
people of the community
would rush out to' hunt the
'nori-existent wolf. After
having been fooled several
'times, the community quit
turning out for the alarm. One
day, a real wolf attacked the
flock, killing some and
scattering the others. The boy
cried, "Wolf," but there was no
,response from the community..
Sen. Bill Nelson (D. Fla) has
'cried, "Wolf," in the form of
Sa~n email, citing a Title IX law
:passed by the Florida
LIegislature by wide margins in
both houses, written to clean
~up legislation from an earlier
session. There is no wolf-nrot
even a rabbit--in the law. It is
difficultf to see any partisanship
-in the 17 changes contained n
IHB 1355/SB 2086. Actually,
:Nelson addresses only two' of
'the changes.
SNelson's e-mail states,
~'Many believe a handful of
super-rich, conservative
activists are behind an
brchestrated' effoit to keep
m:iillions 'of seniors, younger
voters and minorities fom
Casting ballots next year."
Here is -what the law
-Sequires:
SThird-party voter
:registration organizations: such
rounxps must, submit voter
registration applications within
48 hours of receipt instead of
30 days; identify registration
-agents collecting applications,
land .act as fiduciary to voters
vbeose. applications have been
-collected;' require registration
forms to contain certain
~dentifyiing information;
rnandate that the Florida
-Divisjion of Elections
maintains a data base of forms
issued to~: ;third-party ~voter


registration groups; iap ectithe
retroactively to existing third-
party voter registration groups,
Since when has
recordkeeping and submitting
reports in a timely manner
become harassment?
Nelson says a civics teacher
in New Smyma Beach High
School has quit registering
pupils after running afoul of
the law. What part of the
above paragraph does ~she not
understand?
Nelson says, "It isn't just me
who thinks this law is aimed at
suppressing the vote. He
quotes an editorial in the
Orl'ando Sentinel which says,
"The new .law amounts
to...ripping apart election
laws" and "weakening
democracy." The Tampa
Tribune says, "It isn't fooling
anybody. It's not about clean
elections." And Florida Today
called it "an assault on the
most cherished of Am'erican
rights.
Nelson continues, "In a
nutshell, the Florida law
reduces the number of days for
Early voting 'frm 14 to eight
and exposes people who
register others to vote to harsh
penalties, even for innocent
mistakes."
On early voting, the law
says,.."ProvidinCS for a more
compressed, eight-day early
voting period that's closer to
the election day--from the 10*
to the third day before the
election--while maintaining
the current 96 total hours of
early voting should supervisors
deem it necessary in their
counties; requiring early
ioting ,at each site to be open
for a minirpum of six hours
and a maximum of 12 hound
per day.
Early-voting procedures are
the best improvements to the
voting system mn recent years,
but eight day\ ;'sj~illd be i~


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soilz!trhank t.uWater, for carving l1 rtn
soclahz felt th nks to he ad out geological works of art like Dear Editor:
all whe d h er an the Grand Canyon. The Florida Department of
1p Mary Osborn Thank you, Water, for becom- Environmental Protection
Retiree ofBHS ing, snow and for keeping that (FDEP) has produced a SantaFe
trick in northern states and on River Basin Management Action
Than yo toski slopes far away from Flor- Plan (SFR BMAP). The pisr-
Than yo to da.pose of a SFR BMAP is to de-
Water.. Thank you, Water, for being fine ways to address the condi-
....so beautiful whether reflecting tions in the Santa Fe Basin tthat
Dear Editor: 'the fading ray's of a setting sun have caused bodies of water :to
During this Thanksgivmng sea- in a rainbow, flowing serenely be designated as impaired. Ilf
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Earth. An hn oJmyFlo,"One major concern about thle
Thank you, Water, for cover- Ifor your Thank You Notes com- SFR BMAP is the lack of
ing most of our planet. e .y bit which I respectfully stakeholder participation in the
Thank you, Water, for nour- ni~micked for this series, drafting of the plan. It is critical
ishmng me with your cool liquid Each week I read more and that each municipality and state
on a hot summer day. ;more about problems with water department with a wastewater
Thank you, Water, for grow- supplies, water rights and water facility, each county, and the
ing our delicious oranges, toma- purity. The inceqsing friction agricultural community be ist-;
to's, cabbage, beans, cattle and between trying .to' balance the volved in the SFR BMAP pro~c
lawns.needs for water to grow crops, ess. Lack of participation by the
Thank you, Water, for wash- run our industries, give citizens stakeholders could make it mofe
ingthefou smll rommy og.what they need (or want) and the difficult to achieve the nutriept
.hn oWtr o unn need to manage and protect our reductions required to meet lim-
int cffe, eaber, in, fnewaf'ec sources is evident every- its set by the Total Maximthin
single-malt scotch and cran-
berry-rape uice.where on the planet and getting Daily Load (TMDL) process.
Thrygank yuWaer,foprvd hotter here in Florida and our Failure to meet the TMDhs
in te ooan fr urnulerlocal area. could lead to more costly aiid
pow ter plants veh ii nclescttn Conservation is a huge part of restrictive requirements for each
tools and air conditioners. any sensible policy for water of the groups mentioned ~above
Thank you, Water, for not use. But asking citizens to turn m the future.
climbing up on the beach too off their taps while brushing Recent legal actions by envi-
far, their teeth seems ludicrous when ronmental groups and actions by
Thank you, Water, for being their utility company discards the United States Environmental
ice, sometimes. millions of gallons of water into Protection Agency (US EPA) Jfo
Thank you, Water, for return- the ocean-bound river every day., establish numeric nutrient stati-
ing as rain. Short of asking people to move dards for Florida have focused
Thank you, Water, for turning out of Florida, there is little to attention on the issue of nutrient
a box of cake mix into brownies. be done to quell the increasing impacts on water bodies. It-is
Thank you, Water, for making demand for water. But we can likely that this focus will coni-
our beautiful flowers smell so focus on making better use of tinue. It is critical the SPRl
sweet and look so fine. 'the water we do pump from the BMAP provide a plan that wsill
.Thank you, Water, for keep- ground and improving methods address nutrients in the Santa Fe
ing ducks afloat. of returning water to our aqui- Basmn. The current SFR BMrAP
Thank you, Water, or as I like fers. states that the actions taken will
to call you: One Thing I Cannot The best way to gite thanks not result in the nutrient stan-
Live Without. for water is to use it wisely and dards being meet in five years.
Thank you, Water, for keep- ,not waste it through misuse or If water quality is alipwed to be
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license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and
Union counties:
*Bradford County-C.R.
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C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
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tlputies. uiotio les s l as
on Nov. Is.
.icsse Andlrew~ Reid, 49, of
Starkle was alrrestedt by BCSO
deputies on Nov. 15 for two
counts of` battery. Bond was
set at $6,000. He was
released Nov. 16.
Alfred Lee Robinson, 70, of
Palatka was arrested Nov. 17
for aggravated assault and
improper exhibition of a
firearm. He was released on
Nov. 18.
Matthew Mark Smyczynski,
36, of Jacksonville was
arrested on Nov. 17 by Florida
Highway Patr~ol trooperCIs for
DWLSR. Bond was set at
$1,000 and as of` press timie hec
remained in jail.
Duane Simnpers, 33, of
Keystone Hleights wvas arrested
by CCSO deputies on Nov 16
for violation of` probation for
burglary and grand theft.
James Mar~vin Webster, 31
of Brooker was arrested Nov.
19). by BCSO deputies for
trespassing anid disorderly
conduct. Hie was released
Nov. 20.


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Prise la ItyiTn Gurtis, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested on Nov. 15 by BCSO
deputies for burglary, larceny
and criminal mischief with
property damage. Bond was
set at $22,000 and as of press
time she remained in jail.
Joseph Davis, 52, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 18 by BCSO
deputies for an out-of-county
warrant. He was released on
Nov. 21.
William A. Dibble, 49, of
Sebring was arrested by UCSO
deputies on Nov. 16 for failure
to appear.
Terri Lynn Doughman, 32'
of Starke was arrested on Nov.
20 by BCSO deputies for
battery. She was released on
Nov. 20.
Caressa S. Dykes, 59, of
Starke was arrested on Nov. 15
by BCSO deputies for felony
child neglect. She was
released on Nov. 15

Shawn Michael Gibson, 28,
of Starke was arrested by
BCSO deputies on Nov. 20 for
battery. He was released on
Nov. 20.
'Miranda Jean Hoskins, 33,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 17
by BCSO deputies for a
misdemeanor probation
violation and by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
failure to appear on a traffic

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RoySane Jaicksont, 40, of
Satare was arrested on Nov.16


for larceny by SPD officers.
Bond was set at $5,000 and h;
was released Nov. 17.
Tasha Feon Johnson, 30, of


1cakeews arrested ll) SPD
larceny. Bond wos set a
$;5,000 andi she remiainedl in jal l
as of press time.
Derrell W. Keaton, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 16 by SPD officers for
possession of cocaine and<
possession of narcotics
equipment. Bond was set at
$16,000. As of press time, he
remained in jail.
Frank Troy Kerce, 38, of
Lake City was arrested by
UCSO deputies on Nov. 15 for
failure tobeapcpear eon a
wort less chc carg .
Reginald Lockhart, 20, of
Live Oak was arrested Nov. 16
by UCSO deputies for
aggravated battery and sexual
assault with a weapon on a
victim 12 years or older.
James Cason Norman, 21, of
Graham was arrested by SPD
officers on Nov. 19) for
possssin o maijua a ad
sair ona peamrijon was
set at $6,500 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Kimberly Osborne, 36. of
Keystone Heights w'as arrested
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Sheriff s Office (UCSO)
deputies for DUl.
Lance Drew Benzell, 20,
of Sarasota was arrested by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies on
Nov. 15 for driving while
license sus ended or revoked
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he remained in jail on no bond.
Toby Cannady, 29, of
Graham was arrested by Clay
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Pedro Alvon Carter, 40, of
Starke was arrested on Nov. 15
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Jaclyn Nicole Chastain, 28,
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STARKE--Thomas Clarence
Edwards, 66, of Starke passed away
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011, at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center with
family by his side.
Mr. Edwards was bomn in Live
Oak on Nov. 8, 1945, to Myra A.
Holder-Edwards and the late Ivey
H.nEdwar s.BHe washaumembelr !
tired from United Technology: as a
senior supervisor after 25 years of
service. Mr. Edwards served in the
U.S. Army and ~was a.veteran of the
Vietnam War.
He was preceded in death by his
son, Thomas Maurice Edwards, and
a sister, Betty R. Edwards. *
Mr. Edwards is sur ived by: his
wife of: 40 years, Loretta Kirk Ed-
wards- of Starke; a daughter, Mi-
chelle Ed~iards Jarvis; brothers,
Ivey H. Edwards, Leroy (Meredith)
Edwards and- James (Joann) Ed-
wards; sisters, Myra Jean Clemmets
and Annie M. (Bob) Stokes; and
three grandchildren.
A niemorial service was held on
Nov. 20 at Pine Level Baptist
Church with Pastor Terry William-
son Conducting the .services.


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ST. PETERSBURO-Manmie Jo
Warren Douglas, 97, of St. Peters-
burg passed awaySunday, Nov. 20'
'2011, at the home of her niece and
nephew, following an extended
illriess:
She was a native of Union
County. She spent most of her 40-'.
yer teachmg~ career in Ocala aind .
Ba dwin. Many of her students still '
kept in touch with her. She- and her
sister, Blanche Brown, moved to the
Barirngton ~Retirement Center in
Lago 14 years sigo. She graduated
fromn Florida State College for
Wdmen and received her graduate
def~ee from the University of Flor-
ida; She was very active in the local'
state and national educational orga-
nizations.
$h~e was something of a local leg-
end for her animated presentation)
sui s Te M sisppia Sure ,
ei~a Ani. rh an er sitr
solithem cooking, and had iyritten
several cookbooks. She excelled in
acrjlic and water-color paintings of
rursil Florida. She was also an avid
quilter' and donated quilts for niany
fundraisers. She loved her clubs and
waS president of most, which in-
clude the Riverland Music Club,
Retired Teachers' Association,
Amrerican Cancer Society, AARP,
the Worthington Springs Civic Club
and the Women's Club. She was a
lii'elong member of Sardis Baptist
Ch arch. She also directed the Bar-
nhoen wso prcded in death by:
her parents, Robert Bruce and Min-
nie Parlish Warren; her husband and
co~lfld oobroth & :ran is eMF e
of Jacksonville and Hubert Warren
of Pensacola; and her beloved sister,
Blanche Brow n.Sheis survd bay
mearegivr wo willh sss he rdd ir y
Funeral services for Ms. Douglas
will be conducted Wednesday, Nov.
'ur ath 11 am in Sards isB pist
officiating. Internment will follow
at Dekle Cemetery. Visitation with
the family will be held from 6-8
p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Archer
Funeral Home in Lake Butler.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
queast that'contributions be made to
Sardis Baptist Church. P.O. Box 60,
Woqrthlihgton Sijirings, FL 32697.
Archer Fbneral Home of Lake
Butter lis in charge of all arrange-
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Services for Mrs. Ledford were
held at Harden/Paull Funeral Home
Chapel in Eustis on Nov. 18 with
Pastor Richard Burguet conducting
the services.
111 lieu of flowers, memorials may
be made in Mrs. Ledford's memory
to Cornerstone Hospice, 2445 Lane
Park Road, Tavares, FL 32778.
The online guestbook is available
at www.hardenpauli.com. Arrange-
m rdni ali Fueal Hmecae f

Elsie Mae Underhill
STARKE--Elsie Mae Underhill,
95, of Starke passed away Friday,
Nov. 18, 2011, at E.T. York Hos-
pice Care Center in Gainesville.
Mrs. Underhill was bomn in
Starke on Aug. 12, 1916, to the late
,Mathey .and Stella Robinson Rho.
den. She was a lifelong area resident


hte care of wllamsl- omas a u-
neral Home Downtown in
`Gainesville. In lieu of flowers, me-
morials may be made to The Ameri-
can Cancer Society, 2119 S.W. 16th
St'., Gainesville, FL 32608.


tive Baptist Church. She was a re;kda;esr;eP r e-:
Mrs. Underhill was' preceded itii
death by her husband of more than:
50 years, Rodman U. Underhill Sr.
She is survived by: sons, Ifodman~
(Gloria) Underhill Jr. of Keystone.
Heights and Robert C. (Sylvia) Unz;
derhill of Starke; eight grandchil-,
dren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 21 at Jones-Gallagher Funeral]
Home in Starke with Pastor -Jimmy
Reddish conducting the services.:
Burial followed in Dyal Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers contributions
may ~be made to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,:
FL 32606. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke. Online condo-i
lences may be left at:
wwwdjonesga'llaghierfh.com.


Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
www.arch ietannle rfuneraiserv ices co
m to sign the family's guest book.


SWilIIam Earl Huggins


.Angela Marie Ledford


William Hugg~ins
STARKE--William Earl Hug-
gins, 78 of Starke, passed away
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center*
He was born April 3, 1933, in
Hendersonville, N.C., to George
Melvin and Martha Bishop Witiock
Huggins: He served in the U.S.
Navy and then worked as a union
electrician. Mr. Huggins was of the
13aptist faith.
He is survived by: his wife,
Lenorah R. Huggins; children,
Kinston Huggins, Brian Huggins,
Marty Huggins and Cordriy Hug-
gins; a stepdaughter, Allison Smith;
sisters, Martha Goodman and Pam
Huggins, 11 grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
Private services will be held at ai
later date. Arrangements are under


Angela Ledford
LEESBUkG--Angela Marie
Ledford, 69, of Leesburg, formerly
of Keystone Heights, passed away
ht .Hospice House in Tavares on
Wednesday, Nov.' 16, 2011, follow-
ing a brief illness.
Mrs. Ledford was born in Bruns-
wick, Ga., to the late Edward and
Sue Pacetta Cole.
She is survived by: sons, Michael
(Cheryn) Ledford of Altoona and
John (Valerie) Ledford of Winter
Park; sisters, Sue (Tivis) Wooten of
North Carolina, and Janet Brewer
and Cathy Tubbs, both 6if Florida; a
brother, Edward Cole of Florida;
and six grandchildren.
In addition to her parepts~,.she
was preceded in death by her hius-
band, Robert Ledford, a sister
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Logan Ferrell and L~andon EIISott Lewis
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SLogan weighed four pounds, rell Hinson.
two ounces and measured 17.5 Paternal grandparents are Jim
inches at birth. Landon weighed and Gerri Leivis.


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Titus Abram Crawford

Titus Crawford
Brian and A~mber. Crawford
announce the birth of their son,
Titus Abram' Crawford, on Fri-
day, Sept. 23, 2011. He weighed
seven pounds, 12 ounces
and~ measured 18.9 inc es m
length.
Maternal grandparents are
Airery and Twyla Roberts of
Lake Butler. Maternal great-
grandm'other is Linda Boles of
gr a-eat g andh there a. Js
sie Mae Keinbro of Lake. But-,
ler.

daerakg andip ntas eare

great-grandmother is Ruth Tan~-
ner of Providence.


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:iiTiiffany a nd Preston Rhoden
iibre married ~on Sept. 24, 2011,
atiC St. Francis ;Barracks in St.
'IAugustine by ,Pastor Alton
C leman,
.si bride is te daughe w

liiven in. marriage by her father.
j Ue groom is the son of Marty
:ild Paula .Rhoden.
:i; !The bride wore an. Oleg Cas-
1Sjin gownr of beaded lace with
pl~eated tiers of tulle. The ivory
.jayi champagne gown ivas com-
,glinented by a-chapel train, He
vqeif~wa-s handar~idie: by .orie 6fke
gr~gom's grandmothers and was
triinmed in lace. It was affixted
,io a crystal tiara.
..Sheal' carried a bouquet ofor-
,ne calia lilies with red and
ypil~ow roses and greenery.
1'~he maid of honor, Stephanie
i all, wore a strapless ball gown
'~navy blue satin with a pick-up
'jsh4rt. It was trimmed with a
champagnen, sash. She carried a
akliuquet of red and yellow roses
"%ith orange calla lilies.
go The bridesmaids were attired
in" a similar manner. They were
Wimgielle 'Hall 0Morgan Rhoden
and Jessica Rooney.~ Flower girl
Whs Madison Rhoden. She wore
a full-length ruffled white or-
ganza skirt with a tank bodice. It


was trimmed with a navy b
sash. She carried rose petals
scatter'
Best man was Mich
Rooney an~d groomsmenn w
HutnrC ,inny R ng beb
was Nathan Rhoden. They wN
black. touxedos with navy b
vests and ties.
Music' was provided by
.quartet with violin, cello, h
and flute. Soloist was Kri
Payne.
A:e reception followed
~eddinig. The wedding cake ~
a .five-tier, mnulti-color conf
tion. T~he tiers were separated
stained glass boxes and a b
crystal centerpiece featured
1"R."t The groom's cake wa
'dirt cake with a pickup diuck
top. ~
The couple honeymooned r
bed and breakfast iti Ashvii
N.C.
The bride is a graduate
Grace dhristian Higi Sich
and St. Joh~ns State College. i
works at .Town and Coun
Veterinary Clinic in Starke. 1
groom is a graduate of Bradf;
High School. He served in
U.S. Army and works at.BI
Chevrolet in Starke.


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Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 Telegraph, Times at Monitor 8 Section


The year 1911 doesn't ring
any bells in our memories; it
was a year in which the United
States was not at war with
anyone. A few years earlier (in
1898), it had been involved in
a 10-month war with Spain,
resulting in the United States
taking over the Philippine
Islands and freeing Cuba. It
Adid shown its growing naval
power in the Caribbean and
Pacific oceans, and its ability
to land troops on a foreign soil
and fight land battles. A few
years earlier, Brazil had built
the most powerful navy in the
world, and ~the United States
had beefed up its naval forces
to protect its interests.
It was a transitional year in
which the people were busily
engaged in nation building and
enjoying the fruits of research
and development of products
that made life a little easier, or
more enjoyable.Thomas Edison
had given them the electric light
bulb, and cities were beginning
to change over from gas lights
to the new medium. Starke was
only a year away from electric
streetlights -one.of three cities
in the state. The Ford Motor
Company was producing the
Model T., now in its third .
year. The same vehicle, little
changed mechanically for 20
years, was produced until 1928,
the first year the Model A Ford
was built.
Although Alexander Graham
Bell had invented the telephone
in the. late 1800s in 1911 the
industry was still in its infancy,
and service left much to be
desired. Bu't like many other
products coming on line at the


:

a


famous flying. machine.

the advantages of trairung in
the good weather of the Soutth
and stationed thousands d~f
troops from northern state
with many southern military
personnel stationed in northerly
climates. Men and ~womeip
across America met an
married without a thought
differing backgrounds a
lived successful lives. World
War II was the greatest mixdir
of Americans ever experience
and brought the nation togethdrr
as nothing else ever could.
However, in 1911 ,the healing
had not moved off dead ce f,
and the two factions within the
Nation had little use for former
enemies of their parent~s.
However, time takes its toll,agd
two factions -black Americans
.and white AmericanS~
withdrew to enclaves,
segregated in their social liper,
but joined in commerce.*;z@
time, the segregation walls
would continue to fall asjthe
groups became assimilated in
schools, military service and
across society. The 1911 sodiety
looked a great deal like the 1&65
society. but; change` w!as (W~ile
inakin and like rising Watbilhn
a flood; it could not be stopiji~tk,
only slowed.
The war had been over' Mr
46 years as 1911 dawned,
and while many veterana"%f
the war still lived, their rabls
were thinning through age and
injuries, but life continued id
people adjusted to the situatn
they were unable to change at
the time. For farmers, cqqyfin
was still king and representd
a financially rewand~ing :crop.
SImprovement, in equjipment an~d
new in\ entions made life a ljile
easier, and,. assio tall ,socie ~i,5s,
some people prspered, vhi,1e
others managed ~to survi~ve. ,
Life expettancy Iwas
Somewhat shorter in those da s,
and orphans hy~ifahe..hundr s~,
ran the streets of northern citis
Authorities NW1iitYork City;
and possibly -odl~erserapnd ei
up the orphyispu't them oh
special trairi9'`andl sqnt therf
west, with the children 'tjeing
offered for ad8'jtion at vario~
stops alongl~tFiptoad. Six
seven trains ..~rn& d fi~n'drec
of orphan .01 igren from thE
city streets ito homes in th
Mi~d\ st.n d,"1'ilpie
tremendousl~By 'by"\YOYR't
inventions And,'ihyrpgytn
in existing~*~qliggYjq!;,b k b
had become~prgjnig iv\\ity
ant impr~oiCileict% ti. e lot
working meil and ~omeiin. w1
child labor being elimninate%
Henry: Ford w\as paying lif
w\or~kers $5 qepr day:-an utt-
heard of suim setting the pac
for laborerIS~'. pay
The me glrole gon hl
made progreg npn`,\ii wled~
of the humst' AE~j~,nd hrl
ceased bei-ntbd ts tit)t
reduce bloodc pressure, w\it
greater healing processes just
around the co r.,
Thle Unitd~ at u was
peace w\ith.:opthdit~~nations an~
felt really stc ,c protected ba
two oc~eansli*'mid ilitar powqr
recently price in a short wkg
with Spain;` fld \Var I was~-
jiust over th'e'li'oiJt'L' \hiiut w\ asjI
on the radar~q~fFt~lq; 4 49
What a grer t me to~I-
American. rrrNA(~
B\ pytrcl RahpC
Tee~akedtorali::


LEFT: Wilbur and Orville Wright In 1910. ABOVE: The


continued to flourish. That is,
throughout the nation except
in the rural southern states
that lost the war. The northern
states did little to assist their
southern brothers after the war,
and with little' or no industry,
the Southland was destitute and
had to repair its economy from
within. President Lincoln may
have looked on the South with
more sympathy, but he was
assassinated April 4t, just after
hostilities ended.
The years immediately
following 1911 were ~generally
.good years for Florida people,
and their mode of living was
largely agricultural for the lack
of .industry. Phosphate mines
were operating in Mari~on
County and possibly farther
south. Road building continued
to be low-key, but would begin
in' earnest after World War 1,
and mining limerock would
escalate. The citrus industry
would stake out thousands of
acres of Florida sand for citrus
grovies,which thri ve in the sandy
soil. Citrus groves would be set
as far north as Marion County,
but the. freeze in the early. 1980s
would drive growers to the
south, with the northernmost
line being Interstate 41, which
runs from St. Petersburg to
Daytona Beach.
With the exception of
an occasional citrus tree in
someone's yard, citrus cannot
take the cold weather of
north Florida. The strawberry
industry, which represented
a moneymaker for Bradford
farmers, was lost to central
Florida, centering around Plant
City. Where Bradford County
farmers once grew some 300
acres, they may, now plant 30
acres or less. Bradford farmers,
especially those living and
farming in tlhe Brooker area,
planted bright leaf tobacco for
their money crop, but the use of
tobacco was seriously curtailed
and that sources of revenue
disappeared. Whole farms have
been converted to pa~sture for
running afew covs or for the
growing of gragsk for hay. Row
crop farming has lost favor
with landowners, and Bradford
County, has losta basic mdustry.
Ho\\ did farmers f~are in earlier
times

In 1911, Florida agriculture
consisted of small, individual
farmers. The plantations of
pre-Civil War days, subject
of stories such as "Gone,\ivith
the Wind," existed in Virginia
and. the Carolinas, but never
in F~lor~ida, although there \er~e
farmers growing large acreage
of cotton in the'lallahassecureia.
Cotton w~as the money crop aill
farmers planted and gathered
for guaranteed income.
1'her~e wa'rs a reason for
Florida's small farms: The large
landowners/farm~ers of Georgia
and South Carolina wvere vested
in their home states and in
the system of slavery; they
simply couldn't pull up stakes
and move, but then, they had
no reason to leave, since they
supported the status quo w\ith its
inequitics, Plantautions provided
a w\ay of' life for the small
minority o' largEe landlow\ners,
not duplicated in undeveloped
Flor~ida.
T Iher~e w\erec, however, many
reasons f'or inen and families
to relocate to the new\ land,
L~and \\ as frece to, homes tender~s,


offering opportunities to those
brave enough to make the
move. This is a story of my
maternal great-grandparents-
the E. Dosey Dubose family.
I apologize for the personal
history, but it tells a story
and ~provides little-known
information about a people,
driving them to pack up and
leave their .homes for a new
en~viromhient. -
Dosey DuBose. was an
overseer (a labor foreman) for a
large plantation working slaves
in South Carolina prior to the
Civil War. South Carolina was
a hotbed for slavery and also a
type of maverick, attempting to
secede from the Union. While
the political factor contributed
to the family's decision, there
were other ~factors at work in
the home.
Dosey and his wife were
abolitionists, meaning they did
not believe in the system of
slavery and wanted it abolished,
a minority position in a slave
state. They were pacifists also,
and felt they could not support
war they felt was coming
and schigit to evade the .\a
by fleeing to Florida. A'las, it
didn't happen. E.D. Dubose and
his oldest son, Isaiah, 16, were
drafted into the Confederate
States of America and pressed
into service.

In 1859. Dosey, his wife and
fi~ve. chikiron-one a babty-
packed their entire household
in twoe two-mule wagons and
headed for Florida, taking two
weeksforthetrip.Family history
doesn't relate the crossing of
the Savannah River, but there
were no through roads, so
likely they forded the rivers and
other streams before arriving at
their destination- Fort Call, a
com munity~ adjacent to Bel lamy
~Road in Bradford County. The
area is now in western Union
County, following the division
of Bradford County inl1921..
Dosey and his son Isaiah
survived the Civil War and
returned home after its end.
Family history doesn't relate
w\hethei or not Dosey had
scouted the area before moving
his family somne 300 miles
farther south from the war
and the institution of slavery.
AlthouthheFlorida w s a s ve

in the state because the farms
were small, generally one- or
tivo-mule farms that didn't lend
themselves to slavery.
(Star~ke resident Robert Jones
i, ivotc a book, "Falling Leaves,"
that depicts the D~uBpse family
aund its, travails in moving to
Florida and living through the
w\\ar year~s. The book can be
found in the local library, and
for history~ buffs, it's a good
recad. One reader told Jones he
could pinpoint the location of
the DuBose farm from Jones
description in the book.)
fThe War Between the States
came to a close in Apr~il 1865,
w\ith the Southland totally
crushed and left to raise itself
by; i ts ow\n bootstraps,a difficult
task in an agricultural society.
Clhe warnl; like family disputes,
Ileft hard f'eelings on both sides
that w\er~e years in healing. In
fact, Wor~ld War II, with all its
destruction of lives and material
otbjects. served to bring the
people of the north and south
together. ats no other. source. In
thalr li ar, the m ili tary determ ined


and people moving into Florida
settled on either side of the
~road. At the time, there were
few roads south of Bellatmy
Road.
Florida was inaugurated into
the Union in 184~5, with a large
section of northeast .Florida
designated New River County
in 1858.' Subsequently, other
counties were formed from the
area. The area was renamed
Bradford County in 1861. In
1921, Bradford County was
divided for a final time, with
the western section being
named Union County. Feelings
ran high on both side of Neiv
River--the dividing line. After
90 years, the rift is apparently
healed as the counties have
added population and older
generations hale passed on.
In 19'11, the state.continued
buying land in the Raiford area
for the prison system, which
had begun two years earlier. In
-~tohalhestate purchased 20,000
acres (in round numbers)'ft'r

fr ctr-o er ti brlad W e
Bradford County was divided '
approximately one third of
the prison-owned land was in
Union County, and two thirds in
Bradford. The Prison Industries


at which time the practice was
termi nated.
in 1 909,William Howard Taft
succeeded Theodore Roosevelt
as president of the United States
and served the years 1909-13.
After leaving the presidency, his
successor, Warren G. Harding
appointed him Chief Justice of
the Su reme Court, a psition
se tlhd hold until just before


vn temG6 earstsince Fori a
population had grown from
66,500 to 752,619, an influx of
people moving in from other
states, notably from South
Carolnaads Geo ga.edSouth

s|5avey dprioanto the warl~ (80
state for Florida to escape the
divisive slavery issue and the
possible .war. Escape was not
to be; and many men living in
Foi da le cuht pi th
co f ict.\vr agtu ne
In the 1910 census, .the
following population figures
w\\ere compiled:
*B rad ford County; (Neil
River County') 14,090
*Duv~al County 75,16.3
*Alachiua County 341,305s
*St. Lucie Cpurity' 4,802
(St. Lucie County wcas
shown because it had the least
rouato dof alliscount es te
largest counties in the state, ill
body: count.)
Today, Florida is fourth in the
nation wvith more than 17 million
residents. Its population w~ill
exceed that of New Yor~k, aid
Florida will fill the third-place
slot with~lin the next decade.
For the people of the United
States, the nation was at peace
World War 1, which would
begin in Europe in 1914, w~asti't
even on7 American radar. T'he
Industrial Rievolution, which
began in the prior century'


first flight flew 20 feet high for
12 seconds, traveling 120 feet.
The second and third flights
attained flight for 59 seconds
and went 852 feet.
SAfter the flights, the Wrights
and crew loaded the plane on
a truck and~ returned to camp.
While preparing supper, a
gust of wind struck the flying
machine and seriously damaged
the fragile wooden framework.
It isn'1 clear that the plane was
repaired and flew again.
In preparation for the
flights, the Wright ,brothers


time, telephones improved and had practiced flying by using
became essential .in business gliders. In the prior year they
and society. Telephones didn't had gone to Kitty Hawk because
reach .all communities until of the excellent north wind and
After World War II. In 1939, had made more than 700 glider
there was only one~telephone flights. .
ib Worthington-Springs (where Since automobile engines
iI grew up), which was owned were too heavy for flight, the
i by a storeowner. He was often Wrights designed and built the
'called out at night to go down gas engine used in the Kitty
jto the store and call a doctor, Hawk plane. The one thing
wihhtfp;~~~~4lipp- gppgi id, gr -aeenliesto the Wright brodtherst
rhe sesam engine, possi ly flyingg machines" was the
camg ito is vwnlainlvent'91 lontl Ia thtohde stil rn -
it was perfected to produce toda .
power- w erever eed tlo turn From this .inauspicious
a w eel or a s a. No longer beginning, the aviation industry
Swas it necessary to establish moved in giant. steps. Fifteen
'manufacturing on a stream, years later, airplanes were
t:take advag -of runn en sdi ol a o
Iater eor oer Steam-ruden obs vuseod, indro nW bom s
ships plied the world's oceans, and dogfighting with enemy
aisd trains, carrying both freight airplanes. In just over 30 years,
and passengers, crossed the ~in 1936, the first B-17 bombers
~continent a't record speeds. rolled off assembly lines, the
A another product of the workhorses ofWorld War II.
'Indlustrial Revolution, which The first modern jets were in
begni the erly 1800gn neeas production by 1950, pushing
and continued into the 20' the aviation industry to new
century, was the telegraph, heights of flight and Saferty.
which utilized electric pulses Little~ known by the public,I.P
I lnsited vi~wr-rdu d ga xrcinwsi t nac
dot ad da hes tat bca e in thee Ir tl-oln e, rn nssf
known as the Morse Code. ~the product was unknown, and
Tody it ia ot oded ad thr een nw olanr
antkluae syssaenm umpassed by ta ol ec ofl hol It
'wireless d'fra lo, te vision and French were alsoexperimenting
othermedia.Inl1911,telegraphy with LP gas and had found
:was notfully fuhectional because it could be stored in a steel'
wire had not been installed cdtie. Fni slto
throughout the world, but the contaie r. Fidin af solution e
United States was connected tndo the in pro I clnt d r
to Europe via lines laid on the' frmGras e nut
.ocean's floor. The early systeni; wamG emm ted hal e in~nstd
was so cumbersome it required ~cooking with gas without the
17 hours tomsend the first short lines required'by natural gas.
The United Setsates atn The first customer for
The nite Staes Ptentinstallationof LPgas equipment
Office was overwhelriled by was John N. Gahrigi L
applications as amateurs and Bouf, Penn., when neeq inppei
professional inventors sought his farm home to use gas for
invetipons.t rInh 1899 Chair cooking, heating and lighting.
invnton.'n &9, Chres The second customer wvas a
1Duell', commissioner of the neighbor, E.E. Wheeling. The
U.S: Patent Office, declared, Wheeling home still stands
"Everything that can be with the LP gas fixtures still in
invented has been invented." place.
.History confirms the error In191g~l0,the Fl orida popul ati on
of -this observation, but his was 75S2,619, indicating a rapid
quotation is understandable population growth in prior
considering the volume of yas alerivs t nv
applications being received. froteo ts~e tled oeir sde o
Theairplane was anAmerican the Bellamy Road, completed
invention by. two brothers, in 1825 and running from
Orville and Wilbur Wright of St. Augustine to' Pensacola.
Dayton, Ohio. Their families The year before, Fl(- ida
had moved from Richmnond, commissioned John Belilamy, a
Ohio, to Dayton while the boys Monticello plantation owner, to
were teenagers, finishing high construct a 25-foot-wide road.
-school.They, along with several The road cost $20,000, and ran
others, developed an interest in through Melrose, High Spr~ings
flying. It was they that made and Marianna, crooked, with
the first flight at Kitty Hawk stumps cut off above ground,
Beach, NC o eeb 1, with sapling trees cut. to pave
1903. In fact, three flights were ..e md so, i rvs
made on that historical date. left to be forded. As bad as the
With Wilbur at the controls, the road was, it was well traveled,















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Union County's next step in
the ClasslA-Region 4 football
playoffs is~ to: stop a triple-
option attack that features
alijfee players wvho average
more than 5 yards per carry,
iThe Villages Charter School
oBffalo roll into Lake Butler
th~is Friday, Nov. 25, to battle
cthe Tigers for the Region 4
fCiampionsip at 7:30 p.m. The
Bi~ffalo (8-3) are coming off of
156-32 win over Baldwin.
Sophomore quarterback
ChGase Kelly threw only three
`interceptions in his team's first
.nme games--the Telegraph-
Tim~ses-Muonitor did not have
access to stats of the Villages'


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o'oes it &/


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Telegraph, Times St Monitor B Section Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011


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IBLACK FRIDAY SALE TAM-7PM I
1 5' OFF PURCHASE OF $25 OR MORE! I
S*Some restrictions apply.0Only coupon per purchase. I
IClothes Bab *"r~ Housewares Furniture I
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1 904-964-3555 1
S750 W~est Madison. St. Starke, FL I
1 SR-100 West Just 2 blocks cast Winn Dixie l


SBY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports ~Editor


was not canceled because of
weather. In its game against
Keystone, the Villages was
held .to 188 yards~ on the
ground while Keystone rushed
for more than 300 yards and
finished with more than 400
yards total.
The Buffalo were able to
score on big plays against.
Keystone with touchdown
plays covering 45, 64 and 82
yards.
Last year, the Villages went
9-2, losing 48-14 to Fort
Meade in the first round of the
playoffs. That season followed
a 4-6 campaign in 2009.


10'"h regular-season game or
playoff game against
Baldwin--but that's because
he does not make a lot of use
of his arm. Kelly attempts an
average of five passes per
game, making more of an
impact on the ground,
The Buffalo rushed for
2,377 yards in their first nine
games, averaging 264 yards
per game and 8 3ards per
carry. Senior Jesse Chavis has
793 yards and 11 touchdowns
on 93 carries, while senior
Nigel Barker has 538 yards
and five touchdowns on 60
carries. Kelly has "rushed for
484 yards and six touchdowns
on 73 carries.
Barker and Chavis average 9 ~


Tavares.
The Villages has lost its
three games by an average of 6
points each. Aside from the
35-19 loss to Keystone, the
Buffalo have 25-24 and 42-41
losses to Citrus and Lake Weir,
respectively.
Opponents are scoring an
average of 22 points per game
against the Buffalo. Barker,
who also plays linebacker, led
the defense through the first
nine games in' tackles with 97.
Senior linebacker Cody Holton
had 93 through the first nine
games .
The one common opponent
the Villages and Union have
played is Wildwood, the~ team
Union defeated 42-14 last


yards per carry, while Kelly
averages 7 yards per carry.
Kelly has completed 19
passes for 488 yards and nine
touchdowns.
Looking at all 11 games the
Villages has played, it is
scoring an average of 36 points
per game. The Buffalo have
scored more than 40 poirfts
five times.
The most points the Villages
has scored .came against
Baldwiti in the playoff win last
week, while its fewest points
came mn a 35-19 loss to
Keystone Heights. The biggest
win in terms of margin was 49-
O over Pierson Taylor, while
Sthe closest win was 211-20 over


week to advance to Friday's
regional championship. The
Villages defeated Wildwood
28-14 to win the District 8
championship.
In that game, the Buffalo
rushed for 356 yards. Chavis
had 162 yards and three
touchdowns on 18 carries,
while Kelly had. 144 yards and
one touchdown on 12 carries.
Barker led the defense with 14
tackles, while freshman
linebacker Brice Hatcher had
nine. Holton and senior '
defensive back Chandler Holt
each had eight tackles.
Union and, the Villages
would've played another
common opponent if the
Tigers' game against Keystone


the Tigers the ball' at the
Wildwood 33. Two carries by
Tyson moved Union to the 17.
A 10-yard run by Tyson set up
Mabrey for a6-yard
touchdown run with 3:28 to
play. .Lovo's PAT made` the'
score 42-14.
Like Wright, Mabrey then
turned around and intercepted
a pass on defense--his second
of the night.
Offensively, Mabrey~,
finished th~e game with 65
yards on six carries.


fumblea the ball right back to
Wildwood.
The Tigers forced Wildwood
to g~o three and out, but a
irifed punt led to the
W~ildcats gaining possession of
the liall at the Union 24. Three
straight runs by Jalen Gooden
led to Wildwood's second
touchdown -a .17-yard run
with 1:45 to play in the third
quarter that .cut the Tigers'
lead to 28-14 following the
PAT. *
Union was unable to score


following Prince Alexander's
second interception, ~which
gave the Tigers the ball at their
own 45. The Tigers, though,
cashed in following
Alexander's third' pick when
Harden. threw a 10-yard
touchdown pass to ~Wright.
Lovo's PAT p'ut the Tigers ~up
.35-14' with'.6:01 remaining in
the game.
After 'making. his ~mark
offensively, Wright turned
around and .made an
interception on defense, giving


defense jitst started doing what
it does -make turnovers."
The Wildcats, clinging to a
7-6 lead, got a gift in the
second quarter when' a botched
Punt attempt by th'e Tigers
gave them the ball at the Union
24.: The Union defense,
though, recorded. tackles
.'behind thie line of scrimmage
on two consecutive plays
before Tony Edwards broke up
FL pass on third down.
Wildwood threw another
incompletion ,on fourth down
giving the Union offense the
ball at its own 32 with 4:07 fo
play m ~the second quarter.
eiWalter Mabrey got the
STigers off to a good start: with
Sa n15-yard run on first down.
STh~e Wildcats were able to
drop Mabrey for a 3-yard los
on the following play. After an
Incomplete .pass, quarterback
~Austin Harden hooked up with
i.pndall Wright on a screen
Spas's that resulted in a 12-yard
Sgiin. On fourth-an4-1, Mabrey
line sh k of sev rol thck ee
and romped his way to a 44-
yardl touchdown ryun. Josh
'Eyson had a successful run on
tfie two-point conversion to put
the Tigers up 14-7 with 2:04
left mn the half,
"Union 'was ,able to .put
another score' on the board
before going into the locker
room- as Carl A1lexandern ~hal~ 1
the first of the team's:.sewn i
,p e cetions4 whichfo ha
tdischdown. Joaquin Lovo's
PAT made it a 21-7 gamie.
Wiildwood came out in the
ite~cond half and picked up a
first down at the Union 46.
SThe Wildcats must have seen
something they liked as far as
Sa.- matchup against .Union
thesjk bak on t twar s
lil n, but he responded again


i. r
i. RSS.I..; f~


Josh' Tyson fights for yardage against several
Wildwood defenders.


and again with pass breakups.
He made_ two consecutive

f yr o-an -8 pl y. Wid od
attempted a fake punt, but was
held to no gain, giving the
Tigers the ball at their own 441.
Tyson, who has missed a
great portiorf of the season due
to inm~ry, reured wth
sm thiinjur ret aenge ne
against Wildwood. He carried
the ball on all six plays of the
Tii' nsumng possession
.'ng 64s yards and capping
the drive with at 21-6ard
mk oo h th rd quarter.2
For the game, Tyson proved
to 'be the Tigers' most
successful back, gaining 142.
Yards on 19 carries.
.Pruitt said he wasn't even
planning on playing Tyson, but
Tsn proved ton tthe pe aet

Wildwood was doing


defensively.
"They started packing the
mji od.e Pruitt said d d'
something different than what
we thought they might do, but
with (Tyson) bemng a smaller
back, he gets through that stuff
a whole lot easier. He hides, in
there a little' bit better. He had
a big game."
With a 28-7 lead after
Lovo's successful PAT, the
Tigers had the opportunity to
strike again when Wildwood
muffed th ehnesu ll kickoff.

Wildwood 29, but was able to
gain only` 3 yards before
settling for an unsuccessful 43-
yard, field goal.
It was the first of two
squandered opportunities.
Mabrey made a diving
interception on the Wildcats'

folow nthe miscrmu fil
goal, but the Tigers promptly


The Crosby Lake Cemetery Association continues

to be mn need of community support
Since 1850 the Cemetery has been the final resting place for many of our
loved ones. The sale of Cemetery Plots generates the revenue used for
maintaining the cemetery, however, in recent years fewer people use the
traditional burial services creating a financial shortfall for the cemetery.
SThe ongoing care and mailitenance of the cemetery is managed by.a
volunteer board composed of representatives from First Baptist Church,
lMadison Street Baptist Church, and First United Methodist Church. In 1970
these, three churches accepted thle responsibility to provide support, care and
maintenance of Crosby Lak'e Cemetery. The churches agreed each church
would supply a board memirer to the board of trustees. In 2007 the laws were
. -changed to increase the size of the board to three members from each church.
Currently there is no-reprbsentative from First Baptist Church, only two
members each from Madison Street Baptist Church and First United
Methodist Church.
During the past months~a $20,000 indebtedness developed as the board
struggled to provide proper care. The amount includes all unpaid prior
$15 00 0~ oani.
Church* leadership-wt.asiased Mi'~~~~odths'(iigo iacp hi
responsibility and to make their membership aware of the situation. First
United Methodist family and friends responded to the plea for financial
support and that is most appreciated.
The not-for-profit church sponsored cemetery serves the whole community
with all monies going into the cemetery fund for the~ benefit of the cemetery.
Steve Futch Secretary
C. Enves Treasurer
Contributions may be made to Crosby Lake Cemetery, P.O. 75, Starke, FL
32091


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NOoMON Y DOWNnWahnen
nomon down! Call 904-
WAYNE FRIER MACCLEN-
N36 1 !.Du lewide
t2,0 NOnlh foctor
Call 904-259-4663.
ALL 2011's MUST GOL
AII homes at dead cost!~
Save up to $10,000. North
Pointe Homes, Gaines-I
ville. 3S2-872-5566.
W ONES DiluyM IStad.
Top dollar paid. North(
Point 352-872-5566.


$305/mo. Call 904-589-
FO8 onOS6URae 28
condition, shed, porch,



4BR se u nt dudliv rd.
$44,900. Call Jaree ~or
Greg @ 904-259-4663.
BANK REPO 1999 3BR
DWMH. Great sh p! Set
Cal vreg d 90-50
~4663.


in garage with WID hook
lre yr crse wt
eatof h sptal onCR
O3 (Call St et), re'at
ae o kid anod reared
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
2BaRIl A NEL EMOD.
ELED, $65,000. 696 Ep-
pesn3St in Sta ke. 35-
49
Mobile Homes
FOf Sale
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA, 1200 sq.ft. Built in 03
on nicely landscaped acre
with gravel driveway. Lots
iefhoar $40. Conss e
RTO/OF atS$329/mo. Call
904-589-9585
`O TR AHTE. This ly lj
anyone a perfect starter
home,.,,built in 99 It has
been well maintained and
is located on very shaded
S10 scre lot 5n spriW d
consider RTO/OF at only


DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
1essonal Offinces fo rent
ence room, kitchen, utili-
tes and more provided.
NISCEACOEFFICE nE AtL
down from Post Office.
SCall 904-364-9022 to see
or for more information.
OFFICE BUILDING WITH 2
OFFICES. One main work
area for multi workers. In-
ros hwr, 121 pi
vate parking spaces, dual
A/C units. For information,
call 904-364-9022. Rent
is $500/mth.
'COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE for lease'. Close
to Bradford County
Courthouse. Call 352.
(RTAlP SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
units. South HWY 30f
f ontag~e, ross from t e
next to Lightning Pawn
Call 352-235-1675.
48

BE OTmFU COfNSCeE
BO HOME fr sle0
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room. front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
bar garage, utility room


be seen at Magnolia Ho-
$Ct SH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
runsing oir not. Call 352-

45 *
Land for Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
$,500h Cel90A 31
3594.
3.5ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
72+ CRES ON CRAW-
FORD ROAD. Fenced,
planted pines, deer and
t~u yblerooad fo 9 ge
Ing, $180K. Call 352-
473-5002


4Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq.ft.
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq.ft,.
$1,500/mo. Warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Office and warehouse
3,000.sq. ft. $950/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty
904-964-9222.


fo he0h ri~ng iai e
further information call
Hua Rltom nso Ls
Sutten d850-488-7082
.41
Auctions .
HORSE & TACT AUCTION,
Dec. 3. 12 noon, 2358
NW CR.225A Lawtey
Cahol, fo oeif
mation ca 9g04-591-4191.
AB#199, AU#429.

42
Motor VehicipS

BU KET TUSCOK. 91
Chevy truck w/mtd lift.
all bkt., 40 ft. hgt., diesel
enine, I/S A/C. Trc
'condition. $6,900. 352-
258-3883.
2001 FORD EXPEDITION
GOOD CONDITION, high
-,;es.30202 cash. Ca I

.2T2U1CKO Gas eng ne
good, dependable trans
portation. See at The Of-
fice Shop, 110 W Call St.*
Starke, 904-364-9022
~2004 FORD EXPLORER.
Interior in great shape.
AC/heat, all electric. Ask'
ing $3,500. 190K miles.
Call 386-431-1741. Can


S40 `

INIG should be subh1 td
to: the~ Stacke: office in .
writing & paid in ad drce


v i~soiceA @bdSlR
Added to' all bilfirigs to
cover p~sfage & htnCl ings
THE CLASSIFIED~S FF
CANNOT Be HEL E-
SPONSIBLE FOR' I-
TAKES 1N CLASSIED
ADVERTISINGSTA(N
OVER THE PHO .
SDeadline is Tuesday


at 12 noon prior to thai
Thursday's publication.
(Minimumi car~ge Is $580
then 20 cents per word
thereafter
EQUAL HOUSING OP.
estate adje~rtis in~ln ti
nhe rri alf earHuc n
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, ~color, religion, sex
ornationalorigin,oranin.
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial


status includes children
under the age of 18 living.
twit parents orlgal cus-
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not kntsnglyarep in
wic is in vi kntone o
are hereby Informed that
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number


~he Villages Buffalo bringing ground game to Lake Butler


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FloridaWorles is now offering the :
FBAT for entry level Corrections
Officers and the FCJBAT for etitr/
ICVel Police Officers. Please contact
Susan Brown at North Florida Regiona
Chamber of Commerce at: (904) 964- '
5278 to schedule an appointment.


DOUGLASS' LAWN CARE


~Qua ityi lawn Care at a G~reat Pricel








Keystone Hauling &

Handyman. Service, L]LC


52
Animals and
Pets
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
Jack Russell, 14 months
old, has had all shots and
spayed. Loves to run and
playl904-964-4575.
MINIATURE DACHS-
HUNDSs~ Born Sept. 11,
also called piebalds. 3
males, $350 each. 1
female(lovely hair), $500.
CKC registered, health
certificates. Call 352-473-
9244.
53A
Yard Sales
FR. & SAT., NOVEMBER
25th & 26th. 739 S West-
moreland St. Electronic
items, Christmas decora-
tions, home decorations.
.computers (tablets) and
many more items.,
AFTER THANKSGIVING
family yard sale..Fri: &
Sat., 8am.2pm. 20790
NE 20th Lane, Strawbery
Acres,





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Davis Express, Inc. is a family owned anld operaed trucking
COmpany in Stark~e, FL. Davis Ex~press operates a fleet of 300
trucks and 490 trailers, which are predominantly refrigerated.
Right now we have. ogpportuf tieus jin our maintenance 'depans n n
-;; '-ir . Y ..n. .....
Truck Me~chanics
Trailer Mechanics
Reefer Technicians
:.Tire &t Alignment Technicians
Our maintenance .department is vital mn keeping our equipment on
the road sind remaining DOT comphiant. The job requires you to
have your own tools and to have basic computer skills.
Davis Express offers competitive compensation and benefits.
Health Insurance, free dental, Short & Long Term Disability, free /
Life Insurance, 401(k) plan w/ 50% company match
Apply online at www.da'vis-express .com or submit your
resume mail to: kaylat~idaviis-express.com


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APARTMENTS
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affordable &~ I'"p" n6i~ aSo
beautifu//y VilsDr., Starke, FL pr can pnM nFi a o7m*Sa a o3m
landscape! Thi institut/on s STARKE KEYSTONE H'EIGHTS
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ECLSBO3BRE/BAO wsh I
dryer hook- p, stove, re-
fri eator diswsr 2
cerportor and swoasher 2
the yard. $695/mo pl
$600 d posit, garba e
$20/mo. Call 352-226-
9220or 352-475-5533.
DOWNTOWN MELROSE
3BR/2BA Doublewide
Stove, refri erto dish
hook r, wa hr/ryer
ho-utp, s orage, on
$ag 3 de $5 5/mo. plus
$50dposit, garbage
$20/mo. Call 352.226-
9220or 352-475-5533.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTs,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre.
close to town, $575/mo.
.plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
IN LAWTEY 4B11/28ACH/A,
water softener. $700/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
Call 904-364-9869.
STARKE 3BR/1.5BA
SWMH, outside city lim-
its. CH/A, $500/mo. plus
.deposit. 352-235-6319
K EY STO NEHE G H TS
2BR/1BA single wide on
large corner lot. CH/A.
$450/mo, plus deposit,
Call3952-235-631i9.
2BR/1BA SWMH CH/A,
W/D hook-up acree land,
very cleari. $25/mo~. plus
`deposit.~ Call 904-769-
9559
3BR12BA VER v CLEAN..
Ready to move in, safe
qBe ning~hborhoo .1 41
erences 1 month plus
deposit recjuired. $700,
call 814-257-9825 or352-
258-1269


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MOVING SALE. Sat., Nov.
26th, 8am.-1pm. 6785
Womans Club Drive.

54
Produce ~
PECANS. I buy pecans 2
miles East of Starke on
SR 16, 12-6 on Tues
thur. Sun. Closed Mon.
We now crack pecans.
904- 964-4399.
55
Wanted .
BAHIA OR BERMUDA
FIELDS. Paying top dol-
Iarl Small or large tracks
for sod. Call 386-365-
5355. 20
CASH FOR JUNK ears $ 0
& up. Free pick u,3rn-
ning or not. Cal 5-
771-6191-


LAND AND HOME PAC~
AGES for mobile home
and modular homes. N
money down id you ow
Your land. 100 mile ra
dius. North Point Home!
Gainesville. 352-872
5566,
NICE COUNTRY 3BR/2B.
1998 Triplewide MH i
Keystone Heights area
Clay County, off 315 ant
Lake Bundy Rd. 793:
Darwood St. On beauti
ful 3 acres, fenced. Hat
small bldg, 3 porches t(
watch turkey and dear
Has big walk-in closet it
master bedroom, shower
'garden tub. Fireplace ir
living room. Kitchen hal
.refrigerator, stove ane
dishwasher. Laundr)
room has washer/dryel
hook-up. Full bath for
Other bedrooms. Horses
okay. Cash negotiable
Possible owner financirig
woth 20?b down and good
c ed~ 8.500~gr Call 386


'50
For Rent :'
.LAKE GENEIVA MOBILE
HOME PARK Keysiont
Heights For rent 2/BA
mobile homes $400
.$500/mo. First months
and security Call Rick a
352-235-0506
WNE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
Mj, c en. cls o pnson
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice. n~wly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes In StarkeLake
Buller Deposit required
6Call 678-8d3586828 or
MOBILE HOMES FOR
p m~ontn ,nden O6 85
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8r111
VERY NICE ONE PERSON



efurnihd Mobie Home. e
dlCoveredarkingewasherl
dryerancableuied $80o


CuRabshe -jnil Stare

$450/mo. WiII work ou
payment plan for finalana
sosca0 fr aodadti na
nflRIB tWASH1ERIDRY-
ER Nice upstairs apt
s450/mo WIII work out
/ Sna ad securt n'00n- .

LA9KE TLER APART-
MENTS. 1005 SW 6thSr.
k11Re la asist 0 lo
qulalifiedapplicants 1,2,3
c 4 BRibHC anadrnon HC
Laundrl tyr.Inty and l,
ground. Water, sewer, and
gat~aue `vied: eTh s
opportunity provider and
employed" Call 386-496-

PEoRMA tNTe ROM
Hotel. Both refrig rator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
90-9 4-4303 for more


Heights area. Garbage
anddawn maintenance
included. $450/mo. plus
$450 deposit. Call 352-
235-0020.
KEYSTONE & STARKE'
2BR/1BA rentals from
$500 to $650/mo. No
upkeep needed from
you.,Rent even covers.
yard maintenance. Safe/
peaceful locations. Call
352-473-5214.
2 MOBILE HOMES- 2BR/
2BA, Hampton Lake,
$800/mo. 2BR/2BA, Law-
tey, $600/mo. Call Terrifor
details 352-339-2054
3BR/2BA LARGE SWMH,
front & back porch. water
included, quiet, 2 miles
from Worthington Springs.
$600/mo., first, last, $300
deposit. 386-496-1146.

MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se.
curity deposit. Call 352.
475-6285.
MELRdiSE 3BR/1 BA inquiet
community, $425/mo. with
$300' deposit. Call 352.
475-6285,
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME.
Big yard, neiwly remod.
eled, service animals only,
outside of Hampton:`$475;
Smo. plus deposit. Call Jay
son 352-745-2243.
2BR/1BA HOUSEist &v
sec. deposit, $800. Lake
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focuses on today's critical
environmental issues.
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sophomores, juniors, seniors'
and graduate students
attending Florida colleges.
*Deep South -Region
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school seniors entering college
in a deep South state and
studying an environmental
field.
*National Garden- 'Cllbs
Scholarsh p-$4,000 to;
college juniors, seniors and
graduate students.
Other qualifications may be
required.
For more information, call
Judy Jull at 904-964-6673.


Mitchell, Walton 3. Free
throws: 5-9.

BHS/Englewood

Score by Quarter
EHS:' 18 19 11 15--63
BHS: 14 S' 5. 22--46

Bradford (46): Aldridge 4,
Burch 12, Lyndell Hampton 1,
McBride 15, Alek Meston 2,
Reddish 10, Walton 2. 3-
pointers: Burch 2, Reddish 3.
Free throws: 5-9.

Bradford's Brian Waltion
dribbles his way past a
Creekside defender in
one of two preseason
games the Tornadoes
played in their own tiip
off classic.


(CHHS/Englewood.
WI~ore by Quarter
gS:19 23 11
igHHS: `4 5 4


9-62


Keystone (21)f Gibbs 2, Chris~
Gillen 2, Julius- 5, Kerr 4,
Michel 2, Noble 3, Rogers 3. 3-
pointer's: ,Julius, Noble,
Rogers. Free throws: 3-6.

KHHS/Fleming Island
Score by Quarter
FIHS: 17 19 17 9--62
KHHS: 3 4 5 4--16~

Keystone (16): Henderson 4,
Julius 3, Kerr 5, Richardson 2,
Tqrry 2. Free throws: 6-8.



HOOPS
a~tinued from Page 3B

quarter up by a 13-10 score.
C~reekside outscored
Bradford 22-11 in, the second
quarter. The early part of the
qu'~arter was a barrage of, 3-
pjiainters. The Knights' Toby
Mbsadugha hit one to open the
quartte, while Walton
skiwe~~red wvith his third of the
game. Creekside's Christian
Terrell and Bradford's
Doiminic Mitchell each drained
a:-shot~ front beyond the are
befordi Creekside scored nine
straight points, Bradford
missed a shot on three straight
pos Mssons --ith Creekside
rebounding each miss-before
ther Knights ktnocked down
't jr third 3-pointer' of the
quairter to go up 26-16.
".The Knlights scorddl the first .
fiduc points of the third quarter
bje'fore: Mc~ride sank a jumper
for~ Bradford. Twro free' trows
by Adldridge rnade it a 41-25
a tieii, burt Creezkside outscored



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opp~ionent Keystone Heights on
Tuesday, Nov. 29.
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fipoffs following junior varsity
games at 6 part*


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Scored by Quarter
CHS: 13 22 25
BHS: 01 7


9--69
1--29


Bradford (29). Aldridge 4,
McBnlde 8, Mitchell 3, Nichols
2, Walton 12. 3-pointers:


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Scholarships
The Alligator Creek Gairden
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Federation of Garden Clubs,
announces that scholarships
are available to students
interested in nature,
conservation and the
environment.
Five types of scholarships
are available:
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Continued from Page 38

; CJ. Rogers had a 3-pointer
for Keystone in the second
qa te, folwd by bs
from Eugene Henderson. The
Rams, though, scored 13
straight points to close out the
first half. Most of those points
followed turnovers as
.Keystone committed seven
down the stretch.
:Julius had two defensive
.rebounds and a 3-pointer in the
:third quarter, while Kerr and
Brighton Gibbs each had a
.steal in the fourth-
Julius led the Indians with
.five points
Against Fleming Island, .a
[free throw by Kerr and a jump
shot by Julius had the Indians
trailing 4-3 early, but the
:Eagles closed out the quarter
. ivith 13 straight points.
.K:ieystone's Klynt
RZichardson was fouled on a
,rive to the basket early in the
:second quarter. He made both
free throws, but the Indians
.would not score again until
David Terry did so late in the
Quarter. Fleming Island led 36-
r7 at the half.
Henderson had a basket and
two free throws for the Indians
in ,the third quarter, but. the .
eagles increased their lead
from 29 points to 41 points.
Despite the lopsided score
and a running clock, the Eagles i
continued to press the Indians
arid force turnovers. Keystone
had few offensive looks in the
fourth quarter, but the Indians
didc get four points from Kerr.
Kerr led Keystone with five
points. Julius, Rogers and
A~nton Noble had two steals
each.
T:~he Indians open the regular
licason on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at
~home against District 5-4A
opponent Bradford at 7:30
p~tin. following a junior varsity
game at 6 p.m.


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