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4-H kicks off
fundraising
with yard sale
Stop by and support 4-H at the
Oct. 18 yard sale in the extension
office parking lot. The yard sale
will begin at 8 am., and they will
also have hotdogs and drinks for
sale.
SAll proceeds support the local
4-H program. 4-H is accepting
items for donation to the yard sale
as well. For drop off information,
please cal 904-966-6224.




First Methodist
hosting
Pumpkin Patch
: Nothing brings out the spirit
in the fall season like a pumpkin
patch! Once again this year, the
First United Methodist Church
of Starke will be hosting The
Pumpkin Patch daily from 9
am. until 8 pmn. at the church
parsonage located on 1307
Raiford Road (S.R. 16) in Starke
from Oct. 18-31.
Pumpkins of all sizes will be on
: sale, and there will be food, arts,
crafts, children's games, hayrides,
entertainment and lots of festive
-fun.
Everyone is invited to visit The
Pumpkin Patch and experience
fall fun!




Learn all about
wildflowers
The public is invited to
the monthly meeting of the
Alligator Creek Garden Club on
Thursday, Oct. 17. The speaker
will be Dick Bush, who is the
_egetation management specialist
for the Florida Department of
Transportation. He will speak
boutt planting and growing
wildflowers.
-The meeting is held at the
-Bradford County Extension
"Office (in front of the fairgrounds)
4 6:30 pam. Refreshments will be
served.




Costume ball,
-haunted hike
at Gold Head
SMike Roess Gold Head Branch
State Park will host a Haunted
Moon Light Hike on Saturday,
Oct. 19, presented by the Gold
Head Associates Inc., a nonprofit,
citizen's support group for the
park. All proceeds will directly
benefit Gold Head State Park.
Although the haunted trail is
family friendly, parents of young
or sensitive children should be
advised that this is a scary event.
Pets and strollers are prohibited.
Please wear appropriate footwear,
the hike will last approximately
one mile. Insect repellent is
suggested.
Gold Head is introducing a
costume ball this year with a D.J.
dance party lasting until 11 pmn.
A costume contest will take place,
and a king and queen will be
crowned.
The cost to attend the event will
be $5 per person per hike, and $5
to attend the costume ball for the
entire evening.
Refreshments for sale will
include barbecue, cheesy nachos,
soft drinks and more.


Reunited

Authorities find missing child in south Florida


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD lP l ,
Telegraph Editor 4z
A 4-year-old
reported missing
last week was
reunited with his |,
father, and the
babysitter who
absconded with
the child is in
custody, facing .
charges in two _
counties.
Kenneth Cox
Waters returned
home from work on Oct. 10 and found ..
no sign of his son and the woman
who was supposed to be babysitting
him, 26-year-old Jessica Leigh Cox.
Waters began contacting friends and
family, and even received a couple of
texts messages from Cox. According
to the sheriff's office, she told him
Aiden was safe and that they were at
a friend's house, but Waters contacted
that friend and found she had lied.
When he was unable to track down
his boy, Waters called the sheriff's
office.
Bradford County Sheriff's j
Office issued a statewide BOLO
and released a missing child alert
through the Florida Department of B
Law Enforcement. Interviews with
witnesses residing in both Bradford A Bradford deputy and the office
and Clay counties indicated that Cox Kenneth Waters to south Flbridd
was planning to leave the area and Alden.
travel to Port St. Lucie.
BCSO quickly learned that the
Palm Bay Police Department had w
pulled Cox over and arrested her for boyfriendtoPortSt.Lucieandwas
driving under the influence after a on her way back when police caught
caller reported seeing her driving up with her.
erratically. _Fortunately, Alden was The father and son were reunited
found safe and sound, said CapBrad -after- several hours. Smith said a
Smith. Bradford County deputy and the
Smith said Cox had driven her office's victim advocate drove Waters
to Palm Bay to bring his son home.


New waste contract to

begin amid questions


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke is moving forward with its
garbage contract with WCA, in spite of
objections over the selection process.
The rate reduction will become
effective Nov. 1 and the move to
an automated trash collection and
recycling service will begin in January.
Residents should soon be receiving
cards on which they will select either
a 65- or 95-gallon cart for their waste.
Lee-Catherine Hicks of Republic
Services told the city commission
the night WCA was awarded the new
contract that the company would be
protesting the award, and it has, in spite
of being told that the city has no formal
process through which its decision can
be challenged.
One complaint is that the bids were
not read aloud at the time they were
opened, although representatives from
each company were present and the
bid packet specifically said the reading
would take place. Hicks said the next
day they received a breakdown of the
proposals submitted, and that showed
Republic was one of two companies
that submitted lower bids than WCA.
Or so they thought.
On the night the commission met to
award the contract, there was another
spreadsheet, this one showing three
different proposals from WCA, two
of which had not been reported on
the original spreadsheet, including
the alternative the city ultimately
approved. That alternative showed
the lowest net cost for the service and
promised the city 100 percent of the
recycling proceeds.
In a letter to the city, Republic
Services General Manager Douglas
Whitehead said the company could


only conclude that these additional
alternatives were submitted after the
bids were due.
They also noted other alleged RFP
violations on the part of the city. Price
was only one of five evaluation criteria
that were to be used in awarding a
contract per the RFP documents, but
Republic said there is noevidence
experience, wage history and benefits,
support for local businesses or
community service were ever used to
evaluate and rank the companies.
The evaluation committee, which
consisted of former City Clerk Linda
Johns, former Mayor Travis Woods,
accountant John Thiemann and
incoming City Clerk Ricky Thompson,
did' not complete the scoring
methodology as set forth in the RFP
documents, according to Whitehead.
In addition, Republic claims it
sent multiple emails to Operations
Manager Marc Oody and the city
clerk with questions. According to the
RFP, answers should have been made
available in addenda to all vendors, but
many were not.
And in the end, Republic says the
city failed to award the contract to the
lowest responsive bidder. The company
says the city acted capriciously in
sticking with WCA by not complying
with the criteria of its own proposal.
The protest was submitted, although
Hicks said she didn't know whether
Republic would receive any type
of response from the commission.
As municipal manager for Republic
Services, she said governments she
has worked with typically have some
sort of grievance procedure that lays
out a timeline for filing a protest and

See WASTE, 2A


W's victim advocate drove
i to be reunited with his son,


Cox is being held in Brevard
County on the DUI charge. Bradford
County asked for the hold so she can
eventually be brought back here to
face additional charges, including
interfering with child custody and
child neglect, Smith said.


Starke Elem.

will reopen

in the spring

Nearly $2 million
needed to fix school
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Plans to cleanup Starke Elementary
and prevent future mold outbreaks are
taking shape, and as expected, they
are turning out to be costly.
Students and staff will be able
to return in several month's time,
however, according to a district
spokesperson.
"We expect students to return to
Starke Elementary School on March
18," said Community Relations
Coordinator Brian Graham.
The day falls on a Tuesday following
spring break as well as an additional
planning day.
The assessment of the issues
at the school are more than 75
percent complete, and architect Paul
Stressing has told the district that
a report complete with corrective
recommendations will be ready by the
end of the month.
They already believe they have
isolated the primary causes of the
mold growth, including failed or
compromised mechanical equipment,
problems with the automated controls,
insufficient outside air ventilation
and building pressure, and multiple
breaches in the perimeter building's
thermal envelope. Voids in the thermal
envelope have occurred because of
shifting, settling or sagging insulation
caused by age and the expanding and
contracting of building materials.
New automated controls were
installed on the 15-year-old equipment
until the new mechanical equipment
arrives. That alone could take 12 or
more weeks, which means repairs are
necessary on the existing equipment,
See SCHOOL, 2A


Tornadoes gearing

up for homecoming


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
It's been a challenging season
for the Tornado football team
at Bradford High
School, which is
all the more reason
to raise spirits for
homecoming week.
Homecoming
at the high school
will take place next
week. Alumni will
be welcomed back
to remember the
good times even
as students are
engaging in many
of the activities that
make high school
so memorable. It all culminates
in the parade and big game on
Friday, Oct. 15.
Class royalty campaigns
have been taking place, and the
campaign for homecoming king
and queen will end in an election
on Tuesday of next week. The
crowning will be the highlight
of Tornado Whirl, the Thursday
night pep rally before featuring
music and dance performances,
class skits, and the introduction of
club sweethearts and their escorts.
Tornado Whirl will take place
in the stadium beginning at 7 pmn.
Admission is $5.
Awards will be handed out for
the class floats students build for
next Friday's parade. Judging will
take place that morning at the


fairgrounds. Parade lineup begins
at noon on Washington Street, and
the parade will begin at 1 p.m.
The route remains the same as
in years past. Once the parade
begins, it will travel
south on Orange
Street and turn west
on Madison Street
(S.R. 100). The
parade will then turn
south at Epperson
and east at Lafayette,
making its way back
sto Orange. It will
turn north on Orange
and head back to
"Madison, where
it will turn east,
then go north on
Broadway Street, making its way
back to the high school.
S.R. 100 traffic will be detoured
to Edwards Road (Southwest C.R.
100OA).
There is still time to for
community members to
request entry in the parade, but
applications must be completed
and submitted to Kristen Hatcher
in the BHS guidance office by
3:30 pn.m. on Oct. 18.
Students will begin working on
their floats this Sunday, Oct. 20, at
3 pmn. at the fairgrounds. That will
continue through Wednesday. The
fairgrounds will be open on those
days at 4 pn.m., with dinner served
each evening by contributors such
as the Sampson City Church of
See HOME, 2A


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2A BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH *THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 2013


SCHOOL
Continued from 1A
and portable dehumidifiers
must be brought in to help dry
out the interior spaces in the
meantime. Stressing said they
need to establish a controllable
environment that prohibits the
growth of mold.
While they wait for the new
equipment, they will work to
repair the building envelope.
Once it arrives, it will be
installed, and the ductwork will
be cleaned or replaced. When
the repairs and replacements
are complete, Stressing said the
interior spaces would receive a
top down cleaning by a licensed
mold remediation contractor
with direction from a mold
assessment consultant.
"Once complete, the buildings
will be retested and when found
acceptable the buildings.will be
certified by an independent air


quality testing company before
allowing student occupancy,"
said Stressing.
To fund the work, it was
necessary for the district to
amend its capital outlay budget
to provide $936,000. Money was
subtracted from several projects,
including funds for school
reroofing, lighting and paving,
and wireless connectivity. Other
projects were wiped out entirely,
including a school bus purchase,
drainage and fencing work,
and building replacement at
Southside Elementary School. In
fact, most of the funding-more
than a half-million dollars-
came from the money that had
been accumulating over time for
Southside.
"The superintendent, Dr.
Miller, Mr. Sapp and I met and
we tried to pick projects that are
less critical," Finance Director
Julee Tinsler said. "I mean all the
projects are needed, but these are
the less critical ones."


Even with such a deep
sacrifice, the school district will
still find itself in the position of
borrowing money for the Starke:
Elementary remediation. Tinsler
placed the amount at $850,000
saying it was better to aim a little
too high than too low.
"We don't know exactly how'
much we are going to need'," she
said, adding she will only draW
upon what is needed to complete
the work.
The school board will vote On
the emergency loan in November
once responses are received from
lenders.
Starke Elementary was also
added to the district's project
priority list, making it eligible for
$177,000 that has accumulated
over several years just for suclO
projects.
In total, the cost estimate
comes to more than $1.96
million.


Bradford County Education Foundation members present for the check presentation
Included (front to back, left to right) President Dimple Overstreet, Cheryl Canova,
Randy Jones, Chad Farnsworth, Lila Sellers and Julee Tinsler.


Donations provide BHS sound system


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Generous donations are
creating good vibrations,
replacing the sound system
in the Bradford High School
auditorium with state-of-the-art
equipment.
Bradford County Education
Foundation members appeared
before the school board Oct. 14
with a check for $39,000. Of that
amount, the foundation donated
$7,500 from its fdndraising
activities. Altrusa of Starke'
donated $5,000, as did Telegraph
publisher John Miller. Rowe
Enterprises chipped in $500, a
grant from Capital City Bank
contributed $4,000, and Jack
Hazen of Brooker weighed in
with donation of $17,000. ,
SBCEF President Dimple
Ove'rstreet. gave credit to
foundation Board Member
Cheryl Canova for seeing the


need and taking the initiative to
reach out and raise the money,
and said she was proud of the
foundation for responding to
Canova's call for assistance.
"I couldn't' do it without
the community,":' Canova said,
detailing everyone who opened
their hearts and their wallets to
purchase the sound system, which
was scheduled to be installed, on
Oct. 15-the same day set as the
fundraising deadline.
"We are very blessed. I just
want you to know how much
the community, supports you,"
Canova told the school board.
The auditorium seats 900
and already serves as a space
for school activities, concerts,
pageants, fundraisers, church
services and many more events.
Canova, as director of the Santa
Fe' College Andrews Center,
said the college wants to begin
a concert series similar to the
arts and entertainment provided


by Florida Gateway College in
Columbia County.
They will begin with a concert
on Dec. 3 that combines talent
from the high school and college
during an evening dedicated to
thanking the donors.
"I think it's going to be a
great thing for our community:'
Canova said, adding the
education foundation is excited
to have been a part of the project.
"Thank you for letting us serve
you and make a difference' she
said.
Superintendent Chad
Farnsworth said he looks forward
to seeing the auditorium become
a true performing arts center for
the community.
Now that the facility will have
an up-to-snuff sound system,
Farnsworth said steps are being
taken to beautify the building.
Next up, Canova said are needed
lighting improvements.


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WASTE
Continued from 1A
directs how those matters will
be handled. When warranted, all
bids can be rejected and a new
request for proposals advertised.
Hicks said she believed another
bidder, WastePro, was also filing
Sa protest, but the city said it had
Received no communication from
WastePro.
Without further action from
Sthe commission, the approved
contract will go forward. WCA
will begin using automated
trucks to pick up municipal
i waste in the -carts customers
have chosen beginning on Jan.
6. Those carts and the recycling


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bins will be delivered two weeks
prior to the start of the service.
Collection days are not
expected to change. Recycling,
including materials like
magazines and' newspapers, and
glass and plastic containers, will
takeplace on Fridays.
The trucks WCA will be
using run on compressed natural
gas, and according to the city,
they are more fuel-efficient,


environmentally friendly and
less noisy.



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HOME
Continued from 1A
God.
Each school day during
homecoming has been given a
different theme, from Nerd Day
and Twin Day on Monday and
Tuesday, to Generic Day and
Golden Days on Wednesday and


Thursday.
Friday is Spirit Day. The
Tornadoes will take on the
Umatilla Bulldogs that night
at 7:30 p.rn. Admission is $6.
Before that happens, Senior
Night will begin at 6:30 p.m.
with the presentation of the
senior football players, band
members and cheerleaders with
their parents.


During halftime, the band
will perform and. class royalty
will be presented along yVth
the homecoming court and the
homecoming king and queen.s


NOVENA TO ST. JUDE
OH HOLY ST. JUDE, apostle and
martyr, great in virtue and rich in
miracles, near kinsman of Jesus ChrisL,
faithful intercepter of all who invoke
your special patronage in times of E
'need, to0yS.l have recourse from the!
depths bf-myleart and humbly beg to
whom God has given such great po:wr
to come to my assistance. Help me in:
my present and urgent petition, in
return, I promise to make your name j
known and cause you to be invoked,
say three Our Fathers, three Hail Mars
and Glories for nine consecutive day
Publication must be promised. VCV
Thank you St. Judefor Prayers"
answered. DMB
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KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTISM CHURCH

HOMECOMING
Worship Service
Sunday Oct. 20 11am
"Dinner on the grounds following the service"
Pastor Zeb Cook will be preaching!
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church 6289 Mary Dot Lane
Zeb Cook, Pastor (Hwy 16 East) Starke, FL
www.kingsleylakebc.com


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THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGlAPH 3A


Players Jerry Atteberry, Joe Moore (scoring) and Ethan Cornwall.


ABOVE: Cade Wright (left)
brings down an Elfers
Eagle while Andre Canady
and Tevin Smith assist.


LEFT: High school teacher
Misty Hogue was voted by
the HCA student body to
kiss the pig at the annual
homecoming ROAR event.


Hope Christian

A week of themed dress-
down days culminated for Hope
Christian Academy students
at the annual ROAR held Oct.
10. Seniors and athletes were
introduced, the homecoming
king and queen were announced,
games were played, students
smashed a car, the Praise Team
lead. music around a campfire,
and a teacher had to kiss a pig.
the tackle football team came


celebrates homecoming week


off with a 52-0 win against
Elfers Eagles the week before
homecoming but lost to First
Coast Christian 16-52 with two
touchdown callbacks on Friday,
Oct. 11.
Coach David Schenck said,
"'tOur boys executed some plays
well and came out with a great
start. The team just let the
discouragement of the calls on
the field get them down. Our
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Lions can play better and plan
to do so in (this week's game) in
Halifax." / :
Hope Christian Academy also
has a flag football team (fifth-
through ninth-grade boys), and
JV and varsity girls volleyball
teams playing during this season.
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Pumpkin Starke, FL 32091.

Escape returns Kingsley

to downtown Lakers host


Oct. 26
The Great Pumpkin Escape
returns to downtown Starke
Saturday, Oct. 26, from 5 to 9
p.m. Everyone from Starke and
the surrounding communities is
invited to take part in this safe
alternative to trick or treating.
The festival features
entertainment, games, costume
contests, food and free candy.
Plus, downtown restaurants and
the movie theater will be open
for dinner and a show.
The Pumpkin Escape is
sponsored by the Downtown
Business Community
Association, the city of Starke
and others.
Groups wishing to become
involved in the event and
potential sponsors can contact
Lee Sparks at 904-966-1150,
Chrissy Allen at 904-964-9253
or the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce at 904-
964-5278 for more information.
Donations are needed to
purchase candy. Checks can be
mailed to DBCA, P.O. Box 1027,


Halloween'

party
The Kingsley Lake Property
Owners Association -invites
everyone to a Halloween dinner
featuring soup 'and salad by
Townsend, Strickland at the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center,
6110 Kingsley Lake Drive, on
Saturday, Oct. 26, at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner will be followed by
"Scary Sitcom Night," featuring
The Addams Family and The
Munsters on the association's
big-screen. -TV, Hotdogs and
goody bags will be provided
for kids, who are encouraged to
wear their, Halloween costumes.
There will be a prize for the best
costume.
Persons who wish to attend
should make reservations
by calling Dub Murphree at
904-533-2325, or mailing
kingsleyklpoa@embarqmail.
corn. There is no charge for the
event, but a donation jar will be
provided to help defray costs.


HCA's 2013 homecoming king and queen were seniors
Joe Moore and Chloe Walker.


(ib FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF
STARKE
BWelcomes their new

^S\^ ^ ^^4 Youth Ministry Leader
S, "- ,, Jim,Chandler and Family


First Christian Church of Starke welcomes their
1new Youth Minister Jim Chandler. Jim comes to
ik M Starke from Peebles, Ohio where he has been in
both the youth and preaching ministry. He
graduated from. Cincinnati Christian University in 1992 with a BS in Christian Ministry, and is
working on his Masters in Christian Leadership.
Being in the youth ministry is his dream and as his son Joshua started-attending Johnson.
University in Florida, he felt that God called the rest of the family here to be closer and to start his
ministry here locally.
Jim and his wife Lynn have been married for almost 25 years andlflave four children: Jarrod 21,
Joshua 18, Kaylee 13 and Karlie 8. '
Jim's theme for his youth ministry at First Christian Church is "A Church On The Go" and he has
three groups that he leads in this ministry with steps to lead the children to a great fulfillment:
Pre-School to 4th grade with the theme "FUEL".
5th to 7th grade with the theme "IGNITION".
0 8th to 12th grade with the theme "HIGH OCTANE".
The ministry that Jim leads is to educate the youth and help raise young children to love Jesus. His
goal is that when these youth graduate from school that they have a firm faith in Jesus Christ. That
ministry is fulfilled through Youth Worship; Bible Study, Mission Trips and Youth Group
Activities.
Jim is very thankful to have the privilege to teach here in the


community of Starke and he invites you to stop by and visit with
him, give him a call or visit the website to find out more about the
excitement going on with the Youth Group Ministry at First
Christian Church in Starke.

Jim Chandler, Youth Leader

904-964-6100
507 W. Call Street Starke, FL
jirnmfccs@yahoo.com
Atiln Church www.FirstChristianChurchStarke.com


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NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION OF TAX ROLLS



Pursuant to section 193.122(2), Florida Statutes .(2013),
notice is hereby given to all taxpayers and owners of both
real and personal property that the 2013 Bradford County
Tax Rolls 'iave been extended to show the tax attributable
to all taxable property and that said tax rolls were certified
for collection to the Tax Collector on October 14, 2013.





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Trunk or Treat

f' ree Puppet Show, Candy &

Costume Contest*

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11798 NW ,County Rd 225 Starke
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4A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 2013


The Bradford County Pub-
lic Library is located at 456 W.
Pratt St. in Starke. For a full
schedule of events, pick up a cal-
endar from the front desk today.
You can also get the latest BCPL
news and event notifications on
Facebook at www.facebook.
c6m/bradfordlibrary. For more
information on these programs
or other services, please call
904-368-3911 or visit www.bc-
plibrary.com.

Halloween cos-
tume contest
The children's department is
hosting a costume contest for
ages 12 and younger in the Meet-
ing Roomat 6:30 p.m. on Thurs-
dayk Oct. 31. For details, contact Sixty
Miss Misty or Ms. Kim. Libra
friend
stom
Make your own spun
bracelets boun
arnu I


-second challenges at the Bradford County Public
ry are awesome games that bring family and
ds together for some calorie burning fun. Players
ped on balloons in a game of "Ghostbusters,"
themselves around into dizzy mummies,
ced eyeballs into skulls, tossed glowing rings
nd sIvered hnrdv arts. rolled alowina balls over


Elizabeth Rathbun tries to win the Dead Ringer challenge in less than 60 seconds by
tossing the rings over the body parts. I


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Onthesebrace youletsarn how to create a broomstick and jumped them into black cauldrons.
-to stop! Design th to match Prizes included restaurant gift cards, framed holographic o
hto stop! Design them to match Halloween photographs, funny masks, eyeball drinking a
the colessorizes of your favoriteor team, cups and solar bobble heads. Prizes were made possible t
to accessfoize a outfit or to through a donation by Ray Norman. Pictured, Seth T
.show your support for a cause. Johnson takes a moment to pose after winning the tween is
., Barbara Brunson, owner of (8-14-year-old) division of the Dizzy Mummy Challenge.
!Jewvels and Threads, is teaching a (
. class at 10 a.m. on Nov. 5 to show F
us how to make a beautiful bead-
ed single-strand bracelet. Sup- quired at the time of sign-up. The craft begins at 2 p.m. on Fri-
plies cost $10. When Brunson day, Nov. 8. S
returns to the library on Tues- Adorn your tree C
day, Nov. 12, we will learn how Think outside the box f
to make fabulous beaded tennis Whether you prefer unky
bracelets! Supplies cost $25. bold colors, Victorian pastels and Make the holidays a l little more c
Sign-up sheets are available lace, or elegant black and white, festive with packages that. are so '
at the Bradford County Public these ornaments can be designed beautifully wrapped that people a
Library registration desk. Class to suit your taste. The class is will want to keep the wrapped
sizes are limited. Payment is re- free. Preregistration is required, box! Donna Marie Youngblood is c


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coming to the Bradford County j
Public Library to teach you the
rt of making bows and wrap-
ping presents.
The class is free. Bring your
iwn wrapping paper, wire ribbon
nd a box (gift inside optional)
o wrap to the class'at 9 a.m. on
'uesday, Dec. 3. Preregistration
s required. Class size is limited. :

Raffle for life,
Enter for your chance to be a :'
dinner. Team Heartthrobs, spon- '
ored by Friends of the Bradford
County Public Library, is raf-
fling off a turkey, a cheese and :
racker serving tray, and a $25
MasterCard gift card. Tickets ''i
are $1 each or 6 for $5.
Proceeds benefit the Amer- ,, .
:an Cancer Society and Relay '">
for Life.

com m unity Joshua Rathbun tries to give these
Harvey E. Baxter, a judicial something that they are missing-
to bounce an eyeball into each ski
down.
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NOTICE


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their eyes! The goal id
ull as the clock counts


DR-529
R,12/09'
Rule 12D-16-002;
Florida Administration Code"


TAX IMPACT OF

, VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD


Bradford County


TaxYear 2 0 13


Members of the Board
Honorable Doyle Thomas Board of County Commissioners, District No 2

Honorable Danny Riddick Board of County Commissioners, District No. 4
Honorable Elbert Hersey School Board, District No. 4
Citizen Member Aletia H. Desue Business owner within the school district
Citizen Member Greg Pusateri- Homestead property owner ,
The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meets each year to hear petitions and make decisions relating 2
to property tax assessments, exemptions, classifications, and tax deferrals,


I Summary of Year's Actions
S Number of Parcels Reduction in Shift In
Type of Property Exemptions Asbessments' Both County TaxableValue Taxes

Grante R'qu I R ede RequestedjW Due to Bord Actlons Due to Board Actions
SResidential 1 1 $ 301$ 0.0Q,
Commercial .00 1 1 *$ 0$0$ Q0
Industrial and $ 0 $ Oo-
miscellapeous ............______
Agricultural or 1 i -$ 0 0.s
c la s s ifi e d u s e -$,$ ,,. . .. . . ..
High-water recharge $0$______0$0.0
Historic commercial i$ 0.00!
or nonprofit I ;
Business machinery
$ iS01l00
and equipment -- -. 1 $0$
Vacant lots and | s o $ O,
S $ 0 $1 ,
acreage ..
TOTALS 4 4. $ 0$ 0A0
All values should be county taxable values. School and other taxing authority values may differ
'include transfer of assessment difference (portability) requests .
-ih


N you have Ia question about tha ction contact the Chair or the ClWk of thi Value Adjutenw


iChairs name Doyle Thomas Phone 904-966-6327
jClerk's name Ray Norman Phone 904-966-6280


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SI am so grateful that fall is finally here, bringing
(slightly) cooler temperatures. If you're wondering
what's going on in the garden and woods this
inonth, look no further. Laurie Compton of
'radford County's Extension Office has compiled
,[he following interesting'information about what
,to do and what to look for. Enjoy!

"What to plant in October
l Bedding plants: Even though temperatures are
:still warm, begin planting for the cooler months
$head. Digitalis (foxglove), petunia and shasta
idlaisy are good plants for the fall garden.
SBulbs: There are many daffodils that are
Suitable for Florida. Fragrant varieties include
'Carlton, fortune, silver chimes, thallia
:and sweetness. .. "1 ,
SHerbis: A wide range of herbs can be
planted from seeds or plants this month.
FSome to try are dill, fennel, oregano and
Usage.
SVegetables:. Plant crops now that will '
'grow and produce through the winter I I
months. This includes beets, Brussels U
Sprout, carrots and onions.
: Source: http://bit.ly/GNZzTS.

What to do in October


Lawn weeds: The time to control winter weeds
in lawns, is before they appear. Pre-emergent
erbicides must be applied at the right time to be
effective.
SApply when nighttime temperatures are 55-
60 F for four to five days, Avoid weed and feed
Products. ,
Winter landscapes: Evergreen hollies and their
Sringht berries add color tQ the landscape when
father plants have died back for the winter. Water
*vell when planting and mulch to minimize weeds.
; Pine needles: Gather pine needles that are
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jiurricanes
-raising money,
: The Bradford Middle School
SHurricane football players are
Passing out advertisements for a
fundraising night sponsored by
JArby's in Starke. On Thursday,
SOct. 17, from 5-8 p.m., simply
submit your copy to the cashier
) -when placing an order, and 1'5
-percent of. the proceeds will
be donated to the team. Copies
8f the handouts will also be
available at the restaurant.


Fall Festival
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Hampton Elementary School's
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natural mulch.
Strawberries: Prepare
beds and set strawberry '
plants this month. If there
isn't room for a bed, try
planting them in large
containers. Either way,
provide daily watering
until plants are established.
Lawn disease: Until
May, watch for brown patch
and large patch fungal Mary W. Bridgman
diseases that cause areas of
grass to turn brown. Since treatment is difficult,
prevention with. proper cultural practices
kSTER is key.,
RDENER The disease becomes active when the
soil temperature, measured two to four
S inches deep, is between 65-75 F. Source:
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RaUwy October wildlife calendar
NIVERS1TY of
ORIDA Look for migrating peregrine falcons in
natural areas, especially along the coast
as they follow shorebird prey. Sandhill cranes that
nested ,in more northern latitudes begin to move
down to join our resident birds.
Blazing star, summer farewell and other
wildflowers bloom in pine uplands.


Did you know?
One of the reasons liatris are such popular cut
flowers is their unusual mode of blooming. Unlike
most plants, they bloom from the top of their flower
spikes down to the bottom. You can actually cut a
portion off the top of the spike to bring indoors,
and the remaining flower heads will continue 'to
open and provide color for the landscape.
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place Friday, Oct. 18, from 5-8
p.m. Come out for food, bingo,
booth games and a cakewalk.-
The school is selling drawing
tickets to win a television, Kindle
Fire or a $100 Walmart gift card.
The 'class that sells the most
will win a party, and the three
students who sell the most will
win gift cards.
Buy your game tickets at the
school now. You can get five
for a $1 instead of four for a $1
at the festival. Any student who
donates a new 2-liter soda will
receive four free game tickets.

Lawtey
SEawtey-^leentas School
has planned its Fall Festial for-.
Saturday, Oct. 19, from 4-8 p.m.
Tickets are five for $1 in advance
and four $1 at the festival to
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activities, including a hay ride,
bingo, booth games, bounce
houses, a cakewalk and more.
There will also be an auction
for themed wreaths, plus enter to
win drawings for prizes including
a bicycle and a deer feeder.
Tasty treats include candy
apples, plus hot dogs, burgers
and smoked fish.

Brooker
Brooker Elementary School's
Fall Festival will begin at 5 p.m.
on Saturday, Oct. 26, following
the annual parade to the school,
which begins at 4:30 p.m.
There will be a haunted
raili, Sweet Shoppe, bingo,
a humongous cakewalk and
carnival games. Stay until
8 p.m. playing and enjoying
concessions, including chili,
French fries, pulled pork
sandwiches, hot dogs and more.
Tickets are five for $1 in
advance and four for $1 at the
festival.


Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church will be celebrating its
63,d church anniversary and 1011
pastor's anniversary on Friday,
Oct. 18, at 7 p..m. and Sunday,
Oct. 20, at I1I a.m. and 3 p.m.
Everyone is invited to worship
during this occasion.
Love Grows Pentecostal
Temple will host its second
annual Women's Conference
on Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. with the
Four Sisters as speakers. All
women are invited to come
and be blessed. Colors for the
occasion are red and black. For
more information, please contact
Mother Zephaniah Cummings
at 904-964-6891 or Minister
Tanglier Newell at 904-964-
7095.
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1822 Madison Street
(C.R. 225) in Lawtey, will
celebrate its 12511h homecoming
on Sunday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m.
Previous pastor Don Thompson
Jr. will officiate, and the
traditional dinner on the groutinds
will follow the service. Everyone
is invited to this historic
occasion.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries will be honoring the


Rev. Isaac P. and Sis. Rosemary
Brantley on Sunday, Oct. 25, at
3 p.m. Mt. Carmel Missionary
Baptist Church of Gainesville
will be in charge of the service.
Dr. Kevin McBride will be the
speaker. The public is invited.
\
True Vine Ministry, 422
N. Saint Clair St., will be
celebrating 24 years in ministry.
On Saturday, Oct. 26, the
weekend will commence with
a free community picnic at the
RJE Complex, from noon-3 p.m.
There will be singing, gospel
rap, games for the)entire family,
lunch and more. Sunday, Oct.
27 at 8 a.m. Pastor James E.
McKnight Jr. and the Starke
Church of God by Faith will be
the special guests. At 11 a.m.,
Pastor Thomas Cave III and
The Lord's Temple of Hastings


will be the special guests. The
public is welcome to share in the
celebratory occasion. For more
information or transportation,
please call 904-964-9264 or
visit www.truevinemin.org.
Grace Community Fellowship,
2246 NE S.R. 16 in Starke, has
announced the third annual
Starke Worshipfest. This 24-
hour event will begin Friday,
Nov. 1, at 6 p.m. and feature
more than 120 different artists
performing on two stages.
The free, nondenominational
event is supported by a number
of area churches. Find out
more at www.facebook.com/
GCFWorshipFest.
New River Baptist Church,
16703'SW 1441h Ave. in Brooker,
will have a Fall Festival
Saturday, Nov. 9,.beginning
with dinner at 5 p.m. and games
and activities from 6-8 p.m. For
more information, please call
352-485-1246..
Email the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special-events to editor@
bctetegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


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Starke Christian School recently recognized Its Dolphins of the Month for the month
September. Students are chosen by their teachers and are recognized for exhibiting
the characteristics of friendliness, responsibility, respectfulness, truthfulness and
enthusiasm. Each Dolphin of the Month receives a bumper sticker and his or her
picture displayed for the next month on a special bulletin board In the school. Winners
also receive gift certificates from the following sponsors: Huddle House, Subway,
Hardee's and Taco Bell. The Starke Christian School! Dolphins of the Month for
September are (front to back, left to right) Leala Fowler, Bailey Grace Smith, Isabella
Templeton, Laila Hill, Josle Glisson, Skyler Padgett and Isaac Fowler.


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Southside Elementary School
is holding a Harvest Fest on
Saturday, Nov. 16, from 3-6
p.m. with new booths, games


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They are also bringing back the=
favorites, including bingo and
the cakewalk. Plus, you can win
money by entering the 50/50
drawing.
There will also be a lot of good
food, including chicken and rice
bowls for $3, hot dogs and french
fries, candy apples, and cotton
candy.
Tickets are five, for $1 in
advance and four for $1 at the
festival. A $5 armband will get
you unlimited excitement on the
inflatable attractions.

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NOTICE OF SUSPENSION
-TO: Susan R. Hosay Case
iNo:201302574
tA Notice of Suspension to suspend
,your license and eligibility for licen-
;sure has been filed against you. You
Shave the right to request a hearing
pursuant to Sections 120.569 and
:120.57, Florida Statutes, by mail-
jing a request for same to the Florida
.Department of Agriculture and Con-
';sumer Services, Division of Licens-
,ing, Post Office Box 3168, Tallahas-
isee, Florida 32315-3168. If a request
for hearing is not received by 21 days
lrom the date of the last publication,
'the right to hearing in this matter will
be waived and the Department will
Dispose of this cause in accordance
With law.
;- 9/26 4tchg 10/17-BCT
SiN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
i FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011 -CA-482
SEC.:
LCITIMORTGAGE INC.,
Plaintiff,
!v
DONALD C. PORTIS ; PATRI-
:CIA PORTIS ; ANY AND ALL UN-
'KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
i-THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST.
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS;
Defendants).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
;.ant to an Order on Plaintiffs Motion to
Reset Foreclosure Sale dated Sept.
1:30, 2013, and entered in Civil Case
.,No. 04-201 I-CA-482 of the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
in and for Bradford: County, Florida,
":'wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court
*,will sell to the highest bidder for cash
on 26th day of November, 2013, at
11:00 a.m. in the Lobby of the Brad-
ford County Courthouse, 945 North
.;Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091, in accordance with Chapter
'45 Florida Statutes, relative to the fol-
.,"lowing described property as set forth
in the Final Judgment, to wit:
PART OF THE WEST 1/2 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH-
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 18, TOWN-
SHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
,BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
tAND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
.DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS-
-COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST
;1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 SAID
.SECTION 18. TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST. BRADFORD
;COUNTY, FLORIDA. AND RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 10 MINUTES
EAST ALONG THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 631.91
FEET; THENCE- RUN SOUTH 00
i DEGREES, 24 MINUTES, 30 SEC-
ONDS. EAST, 619.29 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 35 MIN-
UTES, 30 SECONDS WEST, 208.7e
: FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DE-


GREES, 24 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS
WEST, 208.72 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 35 MIN-
UTES, 30 SECONDS EAST, 208.72
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
DEGREES, 24 MINUTES, 30 SEC-
ONDS EAST, 208.72 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.
ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH DIS-
ABILITIES
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact:
ADA Coordinator '
Phone: (352) 337-6237
Please contact at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this noti-
fication if the time before the sched-
uled appearance is less than 7 days;
if you are hearing or vision impaired,
please call 711. If you are deaf, or
hard of hearing and require an ASL
interpreter or an assisted listening
device to participate in a proceeding,
please contact Court Interpreting at
interpreter@circuit8.org
DATED AT STARKE, FLORIDA
THIS 2 DAY OF October, 2013
Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
MORRIS/HARDWICK/SCHNEIDER,
LLC, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF,
5110 EISENHOWER BLVD, SUITE
302A, TAMPA, FL 33634
MORRIS/HARDWICK/SCHNEIDER,
LLC, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF,
9409 PHILADELPHIA ROAD, BALTI-
MORE, MD 21237
10/102tchg 10/17-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Waldo; Will
sell for CASH to the highest bidder
at 15540 NE US HWY 301, Waldo,
County of Alachua, FL, at 12:00 p.m.
on Wednesday, the 23rd day of Octo-
ber, 2013 and continuing day to day
hereafter until sold: the household
goods and misc. contents of the fol-
owing:r
UNIT A023 ULina F Woolwine
UNIT B010 Jessica Smith
10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Starke; Will sell
for CASH to the highest bidder at
1630 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
County of Bradford, Florida; at 1:30
PM on Wednesday, the 23rd day of
October 2013, and continuing day to
. day thereafter until solo,, the house-
hold goods and misc. contents of the
following:
UNIT A011 CLINTON B JENKINS,
JR
UNIT BOOS -TORY D HUNTER


UNIT C004 NATASHA S SMITH
10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT
NOTICE
Pursuant to'the Florida Self Storage
Act Statute Sec. 83.801-83.809', NO-
TICE: A Public Auction will be held
on October 26, 2013 @ 10:00 A.M.
at C & C Mini Storage 1670 S. Wal-
nut Street, Hwy 301 South in Starke,
Florida. The following units contents
will be sold to the highest bidder, and
continuing day to day thereafter until
sold.
1-50 G. Logan
1-81 C. Rodman
2-32 Y. Aaron
2-35 A. Roberts
2-42 M. Hoskins
2-45 G. Kwarteng
2-73 L. Gatlin
2-81 J. Heinz
10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
SION
CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-000505
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MASUD U. CHOWDHURY. et al.,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to a Summary Final Judgment
of Foreclosure entered September
16, 2013 in Civil Case No. 04-2012-
CA-000505 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and
for Bradford County, Starke, Flor-
ida, wherein BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COMPANY is Plain-
tiff and MASUD U. CHOWDHURY,
UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSES-
SION 1 N/K/A KENDRA BUTLER,
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MASUD
U. CHOWDHURY N/K/A NADIA
CHOWDHURY, are Defendants,
the Clerk of Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
'Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, FL.
32091 in accordance with Chapter
45, Florida Statutes on the 31st day
of October, 2013 at 11:00 AM on the
following described property as set
forth in said Summary Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
The South 68.67 feet of the West
100 feet of Lot 2, Block 12, Gaskins
Addition to Starke as per plat thereof
recorded in Deed Book J, Page 147
of the Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida, all lying and being
in Section 29, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any. oth-
er than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens, must file a
claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 30 day of Sept., 2013,
Deputy Clerk
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
BY: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
MCCALLA RAYMER, LLC, ATTOR-
NEY FOR PLAINTIFF


110 SE 6TH STREET
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301
(407)674-1850
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceed-
,ing, you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain assis-
tance. Persons with a disability who
need any accommodation in order to
participate should call Jan Phillips,
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-
6237 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
if you are voice impaired, call (800)
955-8770.
10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on .10/29/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N. STARKE, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC. re-


serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
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1HGCD5632VA211848 1997 HONDA
10/17 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 10/31/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N. STARKE, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC. re-
serves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1FMRU15L61LA87760 2001 FORD
10/17 ltchg-BCT
REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bradford County S.H.I.P. Program will
receive sealed bids until 2:00 p.m.
November 1st at the Bradford County
Office of the County Clerk located at
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida 32091 for the following:
Renovation of residence located at:


A: 1509 Old Lawtey Road, Starke
B. 4469 SE 145th Terrace, Starke
C. 14096 SE County Road 100A,
Starke
D. 17858 US HWY 301 N., Starke
A mandatory walk through is a per-
quisite to a valid bid. All interested
bidders will meet at 8:30 a.m. on
Thursday, October 24, 2013 at the
Community Development Office lo-
cated at 925-E North Temple Avenue
in Starke, Florida.
All contractors must have proof qf
Residential or General Contractor's
License, proof of Liability Insurance,
proof of Workers' Compensation In-
surance (or Exemption Card), a state-
ment of non-discrimination, and At
least two references from previously
completed jobs.
Bids will be opened at 2:00 p.m. on
November 1, 2013 or as soon there-
after as possible in the presence of
the Clerk or his designee, Community
Development staff, and all interested
persons in the Bradford County Com-
mission Meeting Room.

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The opened bids will be read into
public record and preserved in the
custody of the Community Develop-
ment Department.
Bids will not be valid unless received
by the bid deadline and in a sealed
-envelope marked, -"Sealed Bid,
:S.H.I.P." and received by 2:00 p.m.,
'November 1, 2013.
'Questions may be answered at the
Community Development Office by
Kelly Canady at (904) 966-6382.
.For contractual services, the Board
'bf County Commissioners shall give
' preference to local venders and busi-
nesses. Local venders and business
shall be defined as those whose
,principal place of business is located


within the geographical boundaries of
Bradford County, Florida, Ordinance
No. 2011-22.
The County reserves the right to re-
ject all bids when in its best judgment
they are too high or when it is deter-
mined to be in the best interest of the
County that the bids be re-advertised.
It is. the policy of the County to pro-
mote equal opportunity to obtain
adequate housing by all persons, re-
gardless of race, color, religion, sex,
familial status, handicap, or national
origin.10/17.tchg-BCT
10/17,1ltchg-BCT


LIBRARY
Continued from 4A
hearing officer for Baker,
Bradford and Union counties will
be at Bradford County Public
Library making a presentation
and answering questions at 3
p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22.
The Florida Lawyers in
Libraries program is supported
by Florida Legal Services Inc.,
The Florida Bar Foundation, One
Campaign, Standing Committee
on Pro Bono Legal Services of
The Florida Bar, Florida Pro
Bono Coordinators Association,
Florida Library Association,
and the Division of Library and
Information Services of the
state of Florida. It would not
be possible without the support
and participation of Florida's
local legal services and legal
aid programs and local public
libraries.
"Access to justice is a
fundamental right we have as
citizens of Florida," said Judge
William Van Nortwick, chair
of The Florida Bar's Standing
Committee on Pro Bono Legal
Services, "But for many people,
the inability to access legal
information and assistance
can lead to negative results for
themselves, their families, and
their communities. The Florida
Lawyers in Libraries program
will make it easier for Florida
residents to find the legal
resources the. need."

Donate the
gift of life
LifeSouth Community Blood
Centers will be conducting a


blood drive Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 18 and 19, from 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. each day at Walmart in
Starke.
To donate, a person needs
to be 17 or older, or 16 with
written parental consent, weigh a
minimum of 110 pounds and be
Sin good health. A photo ID is also
required. For more information
call 1-888-795-2707 or visit
www.lifesouth.org. All donors
receive a recognition T-shirt and
cholesterol screening.

Pleasant Grove
group meeting
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will hold its, quarterly
meeting on Monday, Oct. 21, at 7
p.m. in the annex of the Pleasant
Grove United Methodist Church.
Themain topic of discussion will
be-election of new officers for
2014. All concerned citizens are
invited to attend.

Class of 64
planning
reunion
The 50tih year reunion for the
Bradford High School Class
of 1964 has been scheduled
for Saturday, June 21, 2014, at
the National Guard Armory
in Starke on Edwards Road.
Please join the planning team on
Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 1 p.m. at
Granny's Restaurant in Starke
as the group continues to make
arrangements for the reunion.
Don't forget to go to \\ww.
bradfordclassof64.com to enter
)our contact information.


Miss Bradford County Teen USA Shelby Skelly

Miss Bradford Teen is runner
up at Miss Florida Teen


Miss Bradford County Teen
USA Shelby Skelly competed
for the Miss Florida Teen LISA
crown on Oct. 6 in Holl\Nood.
Fla.
Shelby is the daughter of
Richie and Cathy Skell). She is
a 16-year-old junior at Keystone
Heights High School.
Sixty-four contestants
competed from all over the
state of Florida for the coveted
title. Contestants competed in
interview, swimsuit and evening


go% n competitions.
Shelb\ %as named third
runner-up for Miss Florida Teen
LISA 2014. having worked hard
to prepare for the competition.
You can see all of the
contestants and pageant photos
on %% ww.missfloridausa.com.
If you would like more
information on the Miss Tri-
County/Miss Bradford County
pageant, please visit www.
northfloridapageants.org.


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8A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, Ocr. 17, 2013


Bradford Fair
goat show
announced
Attention all 4-H and FFA
members: The Bradford Fair goat
show will be Saturday, March 8,
at 4 pn.m The show will include
pygmies, dairy and meat goats.
The first meeting will be
orientation on Monday, Nov. 18,
at6 p.m. at the Bradford County
Extension Office. Meetings will
be the third Monday of each
month. Deadline to register is the
Dec. 16 meeting at 6 pn.m.
: The 2014 show will have more
classes for does: age 3-8 months,
8-15 months, and 16 months and
older. No bucks will be allowed.
Students can have up to three
entries in different classes or
breeds.
New in 2014 will be a wether
show. Wethers will be shown
only in 2014, but this show will
set the stage for.a 2015 wether
show and sale.
Students r"will have multiple
opportunities to show their
goats at other events, including
Bradford County Farm Day in
January and the Clay County
Fair in April if they desire.
Contact the show


SHINE worker
at ACORN
SThe ACORN Clinic has
a SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders)
worker available every Tuesday
and Wednesday at ACORN
Clinic (23320 N. S.R. 235; 352-
485-1133.)
SHINE is a program offered


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Emily Acevedo was awarded Reserve Grand Champion
Percentage Doe with her 20-month-old doe Sunray BeBe
at the Georgia National Fair Oct. 8. Emily Is a member of
4-H and FFA.


'superintendents Dianne Westcott
at 904-796-7271 ,or Bobbie


by the Florida Department of
Elder Affairs and your local Area
Agency on Aging. SHINE can
assist you with your Medicare,
Medicaid and health insurance
questions by providing one-on-
one counseling and information.
,SHINE services are free,
unbiased, and ,confidential.
Open enrollment begins Oct. 15
through Dec. 7.


Acevedo at 904-626- 5732 for
information or assistance.


Bradford
County 4-H
fundraiser
drawing
Enter for your chance to
win a picnic table donated by
Pride Enterprises of Florida or
a Veterans Day trip to Vilano


Beach. Tickets are $5 for the
table and $10 for the trip. The
winning tickets will be drawn at
5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18.

Family
Halloween
in Melrose
The Shake' Rag Culture
Center in Melrose is hosting A
Shake Rag Family Halloween
on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 2-5
p.m. at 882 N. S.R. 21. The
event promises ghoulish games
and freaky fun, including face
painting, balloon animals with
The Magic Man, an eyeball hunt
with prizes, costume contests for
kids, adults and dogs, and more.

Join the
Veterans


Gardenfest
a gardening
extravaganza
District IV of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs and
the St. Johns County Extension
Service will sponsor the eleventh
annual Gardenfest on Saturday,
Oct. 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It will be held at the St. Johns
County Extension Office at 3125
Agricultural Center Drive in St.
Augustine (near 1-95 and S.R.
16).
The program, is chock
full of great information, for
the Florida gardener. Topics
include "Growing and Cooking
with Herbs,". "Gardening


in Containers to Conser4e
Resources,'"Trendy Succulents,'
and "Care and Benefits of
Trees." Plants and more will be
available for purchase at bargain
prices. Speakers are extension
agents, Master Gardeners 'and
certified master arborist. (Master
Gardeners should check with
their particular county agent
regarding number of CEUs) :
Registration is only $10(.
Morning refreshments ano
drinks forlunch will be provided.'
You may bring your own lunch o
a lunch will be prepared for yoi
for only $5 more. Preregistration
is needed tobe assured of lunchM
To register or for more
information,, please call the
registrar, Rachel Wilson, at 904-
272-4252.


Day parade
Veterans Day parade and
vendor forms are available
at Starke City Hall for the
-third annual Veterans Day
Celebration, USO Dance, Parade
and Fireworks Finale at the town
square, Monday, Nov. 11, or by
contacting the Bradford County
Historic Preservation Society
at 904-964-6603 or tbchps@
centurylink.net.
This is a free community
event, and everyone is invited to
participate. There will be cash
prizes for the best decorated
entries. Walkers, bicyclists, cars,
motorcycles, horseback riders
and floats from all clubs and.
organizations are encouraged to
participate.


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B Section Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013 FEATURES
R G N CRIME
SOCIALS
RIONAL E WS OBITUARIES
RE WSFORA D 1-i T U O EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Oct. 26 car
show to benefit
Relay for Life

The third annual car show
benefiting the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life of
Bradford County-Keystone
Heights will be held at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds on
Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 am.
until 3 pnm.
There will be a best-of-show
award, and prizes will also be
awarded for best Chevrolet, best
Dodge, best Ford, best race car,
best import, best truck,best paint,
best interior and best custom.
Children can participate in
judging as well with the Kids'
Choice award.
.-The entry fee for vehicles and
vendors is $15.
SFor more information, please
contact Mitchell Gunter at 904-
966-1386 or mitchell_gunter@
yahoo.com.

Bradford-
Keystone
Relay for Life
to host kickoff
party Nov. 7
The Bradford/Keystone
Heights Relay For Life kickoff
party is 6 pn. on Thursday, Nov.
7, at the Bradford Country Public
Library, located at 456 W. Pratt
St. in Starke.
The 2014 theme is "Living
For A Cure On Hope Island'," so
dress tropical. A chicken and rice
dinner will be provided.
RSVP to Linda Lee at 904-
966-3022 or at linda19855@
* embarqmail.com.
Teams and individuals can
register for the 2014 Bradford/
Keystone Heights Relay For Life
online at www.relayforlife.org/
BradfordKeystoneFL or at the
kickoff party. Team captains who
register early or at the kickoff
will receive a gift.
-The 2014 Relay For Life has
been scaled down to 12 hours.
The event will begin Friday,
April 25, at 7 p.m. and end
Saturday, April 26, at 7 am. It
will take place at the Bradford
High School track in Starke.

Andrews
Center to offer
career-change
workshop
The Santa Fe College Andrews
Center in Starke will be hosting
a "Resume Writing For Career
Changers" workshop, designed
for ages 50-plus, on Friday, Nov.
15, from 10 amn. until noon.
The workshop, which is free,
offers the chance to learn the
latest techniques in resume
presentation, including paper
submission versus online posting.
Participants should bring a copy
of their current resume or worldk/
educational history.
Please call the Andrews Center
at 904-964-5382 to reserve your
seat.

Make
Christmas
merry, support
'Shop With
a Cop'
Helping to make Christmas a
happier time for many children
in need in Bradford County,
the Starke Police Department's
Shop With a Cop event returns
Tuesday, Dec. 17, allowing
children to shop for $100 worth
of items at Walmart of Starke and
accompanied by a member of a
law-enforcement agency.
If you would like to assist in
this year's ninth annual event,
you may mail a payment in the
form of a check made out to


"Starke Police Department-Shop
With a Cop" to Starke Police
Department, 830 Edwards Road,
Starke, FL 32091. Please put


to the attention of Capt. Barry
Warren.
You may also contact Warren
at 352-494-3326 (cell), 904-964-
5400 (office) or starkepdio@
yahoo.com for more information
or to make a donation.
The deadline for donations is
Dec. 8.
If you'd like to experience
what the event is like and what
kind of impact it has, please go to


www.youtube.com and perform
a search for "Starke Shop With a
Cop 2012."

Starke Kiwanis
rib sale is
Nov. 9
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding its annual sale of


slabs of smoked ribs on Saturday,
Nov. 9,.
Slabs cost $18 each and
may be picked up on Nov.
9 at Community State Bank
beginning at 10 amn.
Please see a Kiwanis Club of
Starke member to purchase your
slabs in advance.
Proceeds will be used to
benefit the youth of Bradford
County.-


BMS to host
SMAC football
title game
on Oct. 22
The Bradford Middle
School football team will
host the Suwannee Middle
School Athletic .Conference


championship game against
Williston on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at
6pmn.
Bradford (6-1) earned its
spot by finishing off the regular
season with 48-8 and 38-0
wins over Lake Butler and P.K.
Yonge, respectively.
Fans are asked to "black out"
the stadium by wearing black.


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The road to here: when U.S.


301 met Bradford County


If you build it, they
will come...
Editor's note: This is the fourth-
part of an eight-part series.
BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph-Tunes-
Monitor ; .
In 1934. Florida was estimated to
have 19,000 horses, 40,000 mules,
'522,000 cattle, 42,000 sheep and
405,000 pigs. Any number of them
might be found at any moment of
day or night, sometimes even sleep-
ing on a Florida highway. Itwould
cost farmers millions of dollars to
fence all their livestock..Open-range,
laws threw the onus of safety clearly
onto the motorist. "Road happy"
livestock wandered freely on the
highways.
In the early 1940s, the Bradford
County Telegraph and its readers
had given wide berth to the argu-
ment that cows had as much right tp
be on the highways as, any tourist,
automobile or flivver. During that
time, Starke residents regularly saw
cows standifig around the Bradford
County Courthouse door. ,
Rather than call for penning farm
animals, city officials put a $1 ;300
fence around Starke and placed cattle
gaps in any road leading into town.
Maintaining the gaps and fence then
became a budget issue.
During the day, 'spotters were
posted to. keep cows from, coming
into town. The cattle waited un-
til evening, after the spotters went
home, to mosey in, despite thecattle
gaps,.and have their way with house-
wives' flower gardens.
Open-range laws or not, there
were cases like the "pistol toter" in
central Florida who became enraged
when his auto hit a road-happy cow.
He shot the entire herd, then drove
away.
ILwas in 1949 that the U.S. Pub-
lic RoadsAdministration announced
that it was launching a massive road-
building program across the U.S.
Among its proposed projects was a
national highway that would stretch
from Baltimore, Md., to Tampa, cut-
ting through the middle of Florida,.
Snot running down either coast. The
new road was not so much to be built
as it was to be patched together usipg
pre-existing state and county roads.
In Florida,-it would pass through
Nassau, Duval, Clay, Bradford, Ala-
chua, Marion,. Sumter, Hemrnando,
Pasco, Hillsborough and Manatee
counties. Based on the'federal road
numbering system, the proposed
highway would be called U.S. 301'.
Actually, U.S. 301 already exist-
el as a short version of a road that
ran through parts of Virginia, North
Carolina and South Carolina. The
American Auto Club had dubbed the
route "the Tobacco Trail."
In December 1949, the U.S. De-
partment of Commerce Public Roads
Division announced .its road-build-*
iMg plans for Florida at a big Miami
to-do. Suddenly, money was,*vail-
able, and roads were on everyone's


As late as the mid-1940s, the downtown Starke c
was occasionally inconvenienced by wandering
city fathers put up a $1,300 fence around the ent
with cattle gaps in all roads leading into town.


minds.
A month later, the Bradford
County commissioners announced
their plans for new county road
projects. The county would spend
$258,000 to build, pave or upgrade
"farm-to-market" roads.
The secondary county roads
would be built with federal funds
channeled to the states. The state
would support the building of the
roads, but the county had to pay the
state back over time. The county
would recoup its costs many times
over in additional sales taxes and
higher property values.
In BradfoW County, farm-to-
market roads would connect with
S.R. 200-soon to be U.S. 301-or
with the former Road 28, now re.-
named S.R. 100.
Within weeks, city of Starke of-
ficials also announced plans to in-
stall more street lights. Parking
meters were tdt-be'added, too, since
local businesses were reporting a
300-percent jump in sales over the


prior six months.
In 1949, Gov. F
continuing, his. fig
-animals and livestc
roads. It was to
vantage to keep th
penned, he said. A
Warren had served
the House of Repr
Gainesville and aj
senting Jacksonvil
moted fencing la%
Florida's open rang
Fewer animals
ful and early deaths
public. Behind fen
also be healthier,
fat and become
Wandering farm ani
lawsuits, the goven
Above all, he ac
can tourists say th;
a higher value on
human life."
While most of


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family reunion will be held -Aw: -" ** ^ f ""
Saturday, Oct. 19at the Starke "".'" ".
Golf and Country Club from 10 "
a.m. until 5 p.m. A
All friends and family are
welcome. Please bring an entr6e,
vegetable, beverage and, if you YO F
like, dessert.
If you have any kind of talent,
bring that, too. We would love to
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If you have any questions,
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courthousee
cows. The The Bradford High School
ire town, class of 1978 will holds its 35th
reunion on Saturday, Oct. 26,
at the Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast.
Uiller Warren was Letters have been sent to
ght to'get farm graduates, hut letters to the
ock off Florida's following were returned: Denise
the owner's ad- Aston,AxelBarnes,RebekahBox
e animals safely Allen, Linda Budget Moultrie,
ks a 21-year-old, Terry Carver, Gail Crawford
as a member of Barton, Diane Crews Castany,
resentatives from Chris Crew, Willie Davis, Fred
gain later repre- Fayson, Mitchell Gee, Billie
le. He had pro- Gnann, Mary Ella Hankerson,
vs and opposed Donna Harris Warden, Rick
;e for 13 years. Harvey, Christopher King,
would die pain- Emory R. Lewis, Donald Meier,
s, Warren told the Wayne Reid, David Walker,
ices, they would Kelly Woodham.
accumulate more If you have information
better breeders, regarding these graduates, or you
imals could mean did not receive a letter, please
ior warned, call Teresa Hobbs at 352-215-
Ided, "No longer 7758. .


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a cow than on a
Florida's coun-
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This accident scene was viewed by Florida Gov. Fuller
Warren while en route to a funeral. Warren's legislation
called for the impounding, redemption or sale of livestoc
"running at large" on public roads. Photo courtesy State
Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://floridamemory
'com/items/show/25912.


301
Continued from 2B


ties had fencing laws, Warren said,
"Highways do not stop and start
at county lines." He regretted that
many counties didn't even have road
Assigns to alert motorists that livestock
might be wandering or sleeping on
the road ahead.
The'senate approved a fencing
law in 1949 by a vote of 29-9. The
new law was to take effect within
two years. The law said livestockk
owners would be charged with a
misdemeanor if their stock wvan-
dered onto any state land or roads,
even if the livestock had not caused
an accident. It was up to the coun-
ties to pass or not pass similar local
laws to keep cattle off county roads
and property.
In 1950, the Telegraph noted that
in 1944, the Florida Highway Patrol
had recorded 65 accidents statewide
involving livestock, with four fatali-
ties. By 1949, it was more than 400
accidents for the year, with two fa-
talities.
A Telegraph straw' poll taken
just a month before the senate vote
found that its readers supported the
fencing law by a margin of three to
one. Nevertheless, Bradford Sen.


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Charley Johns was among the nine
votes opposing the fencing law.
In early 1950, once the state law
was known to be coming, Bradford
Sheriff P.D. Reddish appointed dep-
uty Felix Sullivan to impound loose
cattle found wandering on any state
or county road. In the first week,
Sullivan impounded cows from
three livestock owners, one each in
Hampton, Brooker and Starke.
In 1949, the state reported ap-
proximately 33 cases of livestock
wandering on state roads each
month. In August 1950, a year after
the fencing lawv passed, but before it
went into effect, the state reported
that in July, there had been only nine
Florida accidents involving live-
stock on roadways.
In March 1950, State Road De-
partment head Alfred McKethan
sent a letter to Bradford Rep. J.R
Roberts to inform him that $ 100,000
had been placed in the !951 budget
to widen Starke's Temple Avenue,
with additional funds to build, pave
or upgrade C.R. 225 and other Brad-
'ford secondary roads. It was to be
left up to the county to negotiate
with property owners for needed
rights-of-way.
In May 1950, crews showed up in
Starke to survey for widening Tem-
ple Avenue.
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this means to Starke and want to
do everything we can to'speed this
project to completion," Roberts told
the public. Everyone wanted to get
the job done as quickly as possible
in time for the next tourist season.
Over the next year, Sullivan
lfotund relatively few cases of road-
happy livestock, and some of those
came about through no fault of the
owner, as floods or falling trees tore
down fences. There w'as a short peri-
od when Sullivan was seeing a spike
in incidents of loose hogs in roads,
but that passed quickly.
The new fencing law was sched-
uled to take full effect July 1, 1951.
When the first Bradford farmer
charged with wandering cattle came
to trial, the jury dismissed the charg-
es. Around the same time, a Brad-
ford vote on a county fencing law
failed to pass.
As the 1950s arrived, motel
owner Carl Johns reopened Starke's
newly enlarged T'emole Motor Court
"on the north city limits on U.S.


301 ." The court jumped from 12 to
26 units.
Starke residents formed a Tour-
ist Club, which offered activities
like crowning a weekly queen,
card games and bingo. A Motor
Court Owners Association was also
formed to promote tourism and
Bradford's motor courts in particu-
lar. By 1954, there were 19 motels
between Lawtey and just south of
Starke.
"Motel," by the way, was a rela-
tively new word in the English lan-
guage that by 1950 was widely used,
but not yet generally accepted. It had
apparently been coined as a mash-up
of "motor" and "hotel" somewhere
in California.
In 1955, Bradford County passed
its own countywide ban on road-
happy livestock on any U.S., state
or county road and all public lands.
Next: ...but first you have to get
everybody's permission to build it.


Florida's Gov. Fuller Warren samples "the sweetest
strawberries this side of heaven" In Bradford County on
May 9,1949. State Sen. Charley E. Johns (holding box)
represented Bradford County and voted against the fencing
laws Warren had fought for. Photo by Benjamin L. "Red"
Kerce. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory, http://
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford. Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
KeystonelMelrose
* Tanner Chambless. 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. I1I by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.
Dwayne Gann, 54, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 14 by Clay
deputies for non-support.
Amy Griffin, 20, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 8 by Clay deputies
for retail theft.
Victoria Keel, 32, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 9 by
Clay deputies for contempt of
court.
SMichael Lanford, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 8 by Clay deputies for
driving with a permanently
revoked license.
Benjamin McKenna, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 11 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.
Christopher Sumner, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 4 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
William Weaver, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 10 by Clay deputies for
grand theft.
Lisa Wood, 49, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 12
by Clay deputies for battery and
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon.

Bradford
Deneen M. Beck, 33, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 13
by Bradford deputies for an out-
of-county warrant and failure to
appear.


Jennifer Leigh Bossert, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 9 for battery.
Mario Renaldo Boykin. 24, of
Baldwin was arrested Oct. 13 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana, drugs and drug
equipment, for selling cocaine
and for a weapons offense.
Michael J. Case, 58, of* Starke
was arrested Oct. 10 by Bradford
deputies for driving with
suspended or revoked license.
Angel Louise Coakley, 29,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 14
by Starke police for probation
violation.
Gary James Corbett, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 11 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana and possession of
drug equipment, and for battery.
Shelton L. Dell, 36, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 11 by Starke
police for possession of cocaine
and marijuana, possession of
drug equipment and for loitering
and resisting an officer.
Ryan Christopher Demar, 31,
of Waldo was arrested Oct. 12 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.
Johnathan L. Douglass, 22, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 13 by,
Bradford deputies for burglary,
larceny, criminal mischief-
property damage and possession
of burglary tools.
Lawa Armand Dowdell, 38,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 10 by Starke police for
fleeing/eluding police, resisting
an officer, driving while license
suspended or revoked and for an
out-of-county warrant.
Charles Edward 'Drew, 34, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 12 by
Bradford deputies for driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
Joe Ealy, .67, of Macclenny,
was arrested Oct. 8 by Starke
police for an out-of-county
warrant.
Edward Arnold Eldredge, 39,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 8 by
Starke police for driving while
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license suspended or revoked
and for failure to appear.
Tillman Arthur Erwin, 43, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.
Justin Lee Forsyth, 25, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 12 by
Bradford deputies for driving
under the influence.
Dwayne Edward Gann, 54, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 11 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant.
Casey Nicole Gaskins, 25, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 10 by
Bradford deputies for cruelty
toward a child.
Neal Norman Golden, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 11 by
Starke police for larceny.
Daniel Ressie Griffis, 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 14
by Bradford deputies for battery.
Joshua Brian Gunter, 21,.of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 14
by Starke police for larceny.
Paula Elizabeth Hall, 49, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 by
Bradford deputies on out-of-
state fugitive charges.
Steven James Hall, 51, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Linda Hankerson,; 33, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 9 by


Starke police for possession of violations.
drugs.


Michael Wade Harris, 19, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 13 by
Bradford deputies for larceny.
Curtis Oral Jackson, 25, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 10 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana, resisting an officer
and destroying evidence.
Dennis Charles Jackson, 37,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 10
by Starke police for possession
of cocaine and drug equipment,
selling cocaine and for a public
order charge-maintaining a
public nuisance for selling drugs.
Elsheikh Ahmed Lagi, 51, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct. 9
by Bradford deputies for felony
probation violation.
Eugene Sylvester Mcrae, 34,of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 10 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of cocaine, possession of drug
equipment and driving while
license suspended or revoked.
Melissa Marlene Odum,46,of
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 by
Starke police for larceny.
Limbert Russell Perez, 43,
of Tampa was arrested Oct. 8
by Lawtey police for driving
without a valid license.
Meri Ann Sova, 32, of Starke
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front off the west coast and
'the associated winds that-were
actually felt on both east and
west coasts, the freshwater
and saltwater fish bite has
greatly benefited from the
cooler weather. Additionally,
the persistent dark water from
the Suwannee drainage has
diminished greatly with the
cooler weather and made the
inshore conditions around the
big bend much more favorable
for inshore fishing.
Local freshwater reports have
been good over the past two
weeks. Several reports of large
bass catches have been reported,
especially from Kingsley. Joey
Tyson of Bald Eagle Bait and
Tackle in Keystone Heights
indicates that quite a few


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the inland waterway at Vilano Beach in St. Augustine.


fishermen are looking for the
crappie bite. While there are
some small numbers caught in
Santa Fe, those fishing, around
Palatka and Gainesville are more
successful.
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Sampson Lake on Sept. 29. When
Harrison felt a firm bump on his
black Zoom Trick Worm and set
the hook, he first thought he was
hung, but he suddenly felt some
opposition that he was unable
to turn. The obviously large fish
stripped line and ran through
the corner post of a dock, which
Harrison 'was able to follow and
untangle. After a good fight, he
finally netted what turned out
to be the largest bass he has
ever caught. After two different
parties confirmed the weight on
two different scales, the bass
totaled 12 pounds even. This is
so far the largest catch that has
been reported from Bradford,
Union or Clay counties that was
"caught from a designated lake
during 2013.

Hunting the rut
Hunters and fishermen are
good at renaming things in a way
that is unique and descriptive
to the sportsman, and mating
season for the whitetail deer is
no exception. In the commonly
accepted jargon of the hunter, the
deer-mating season is referenced
as the rut. Fortunately, the peak
rut season for the deer in this part
of Florida is scheduled during
archery and muzzleloading
seasons and begins to wane
by the start of regular gun
season. Like human' teenagers,
deer behavior during the rut is
replete with posturing and a lot
of reckless behavior that makes
them vulnerable to the hunter.


Likewise, the rut is the time of
hunting season that deer hunters
need to be in their tree stand.
Good hunters look closely
for ways to exploit an issue
like the deer rut. Pinpointing
the peak rut season is probably
the first challenge. Most people
agree that late October is prime
time for the rut in Bradford,
Union and Clay counties.
During this time, many hunters
use antler rattling and grunt
calls that trigger competition
among the bucks. The males
are territorial and take offense
when other bucks are in their
territory and frequently respond
aggressively. Additionally, a
bleating call mimics the doe and
is also attractive to the bucks.
Last, but not least, hunters
will Use selective scents that
are appropriate to the rut
season. The most popular scent
is doe urine that is taken during
the doe's estrous cycle. After
the rut season, most hunters use
cover scents that simply mask
the human smell.
Checking with individual
hunters helps to clarify and
identify unique approaches to
hunting the rut. John Whitfield
typically views the opening
day of muzzleloading season
as the peak rut time in our
area. Justin Williams .uses the
attractive scents like doe urine,
but indicates that Florida has
a limited population of bucks;
consequently, he does not use
the grunt calls to trigger the
buck aggression. Tate Williams,
however, likes to use the grunt
calls and has been able to
successfully call in two bucks
with them.
Paul Landry does not use
antler rattles, but does carry and


Lee Elixson,
17, of Lake
Butler displays
a 10-point buck
he took while
bowhunting in
Lake City on
Oct. 6.







use the grunt calls. Landry also
quickly promotes the advantage
of the early bowhunting season
for deer due to the fact that the
deer population has not been
overly "spooked" by gunfire,
and the rut actually makes them
much braver. Therefore, the
early bowhunter sees more deer
and wildlife in general.
Will Hartley agrees with the
doe-to-buck ratio issue, but
does claim success using the
grunt call. As per the attached
photograph, he also finds that
it is easily taught to younger
prospective hunters like his son,
Coy.
Automobile drivers who are
not even hunting should also be
aware of the deer rut because
the romantic season makes
the animals less fearful and
more vulnerable to automobile


collisions, especially on long'
stretches of rural roads.

FWC looking for law-
enforcement officers'
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission is;
currently taking applications,
for law-enforcement;
officers. Interested parties should
visit the website www.myfwc.
comrn for further details.
Tight lines and safe hunting;
until next week.

Outdoors calendar
Oct. 19, deer and turkey by,
muzzleloader; ,
Oct.. 24, 'Crosshorn.
Ministries meeting, 7 p.m. at the'
Starke Golf and Country Club;
Nov. 2, deer and turkey by;
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Bradford running
back Tra'Von
Thomas (left)
attempts to
elude Wakulla's
SMonterlous
Logglns tfnthe
Tornadoes' 2Q-7
non-district loss.


Tornadoes fall 28-7 to Wakulla


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
An. 80-plus-yard
interception return for a
touchdown by Don Jeffers
was the only score for 'the
Bradford : High -School
football team in a 28-7 loss to
Class 5A Wakulla on Oct. 11
in Starke.
Aside from Jeffers' pick-six,
the Tornadoes (2-4) were able
to hold Wakulla sophomore
quarterback Feleipe Franks-
who reportedly has. offers
from Florida and Clemson-
to a 50-percent .completion
rate. Franks, though, threw
touchdown passes of .50 and
"'74 yards in the first half and
finished averaging 23 yards
per completion.
The. two teams weren't
far apart in the first half in
terms of yardage gained,
but Bradford had just three'
offensive possessions in the
second half, going three-
and-out twice and gaining
approximately 38 yards after
quarterback Jacob Luke was
sacked four times.
Wakulla (6-1) got a gift
early- when the Tornadoes
fumbled on the game's
opening series. However,
despite getting the ball on the
Bradford 30, the War Eagles
failed to score. They had to
settle for a 52-yard field goal
attempt, which was blocked
by Bradford linebacker Cody
Bias.
The Bradford defense put
together another impressive
series. the next time the War
Eagles had the ball. Lineman
Markel Parks dropped
running back Antonio Morris
for no gain' on a first-down
play, while lineman Clayton
Woods followed that by
tackling Vonte Ervin for a
1-yard loss.
The end result was a three-
and-out for Wakulla, but the
War Eagles found the end
zone on their next series. An
8-yard run by Morris gave
the War Eagles a first down
at midfield. Wide receiver


Jordan Franks got behind two
Bradford defenders to catch
a 50-yard touchdown pass
from Feleipe Franks with
2:29 remaining in the opening
quarter. Feleipe Franks' PAT
put Wakulla up 7-0.
Bradford running back
Tra'Von Thomas, who
averaged 5 yards per carry
(six carries for 30yards), gave
the Tornadoes a first down on
the ensuing series with an 18-
yard run. However, Thomas
was tackled for a .3-yard toss
on the following play. Luke
would throw an incompletion
and then scramble for a 6-yard
gain, forcing Bradford to punt
rom its own 41-yard line.
The Franks-to-Franks
connection appeared to have
struck again when Jordan
took a short pass from Feleipe
and scampered his way for
:'a 74-yard touchdown. A
holding penalty-the War
Eagles third infraction of the..
drive-nullified the score,
and Wakulla eventually
punted.
An. 11-yard reception by
Chris Barron gave Bradford
a first down at the. Wakulla
48. An 8-yard run by Thomas
would advance the Tornadoes
a little farther, but a sack of
Luke on a third-down play
pushed the Toriadoes back to
their side of the 50 and forced
a punt.
Parks came up with a sack
of his own, dropping Feleipe
, Franks for an 8-yard loss.
That and a couple of penalties
.- kept pushing 'the-War Eagles
Backk, but-'Franks, would 'hit
Jordan Franks in stride for a
74-yard touchdown play on
third-and-12. Feleipe Franks
missed the PAT, but the War
Eagles led 13-0 with 3:37 left
in the first half.
The Tornadoes threatened
to score before the end of the
half, with a 13-yard reception
by Kenny Dinkins providing
the initial spark. Luke then
found Keaaris Ardley for a
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3 yards from there. Barron's
36-yard field goal with 32
seconds on the clock was no
good.
Bradford went three-and-
out on its first series of the
second half, having to punt
from its own 6-yard line. The
result was a 31-yard punt that
gave the War Eagles a short
field to work with. Running
back Monterious Loggins
had a 17-yard carry to the
20, while Jordan Franks had
an 18-yard reception to the
2. Loggins, who rushed for
85 yards on eight carries in
the second half, scored from
there, with' Jordan Franks
catching a pass on the two-
point conversion to make the
score 21-0 at the 5:23 mark of
the third quarter.'
Ardley, who caught three
passes' for ,94 yards,: had
another big play for the
Bradford offense when he took
a short pass and turned it into
a 42-yard gain to the Wakulla
20. The drive stalled, though,
after two incompletions and
two sacks.
A 33-yard run by Wakulla's
Malik Thomas to the Bradford
37 had the War Eagles in
business again, but Jeffers
would end the threat and give
his team a boost with a pick-
six that pulled the Tornadoes
to within two scores with
32 seconds left in the third
quarter.
Wakulla responded with
a 14-play scoring drive that
consumed approximately
seven minutes.' Thomas
capped the drive with a 1-yard
touchdown plunge.
Luke finished the game 10-
of-21 for 141 yards, while
Dinkins caught five passes for
' 36 yards.
Bradford has a bye this
week before hosting District
4-4A ,opponent Umatilla
for homecoming on Friday,
Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. If the
Tornadoes, who are 2-0 in
district play, defeat Umatilla
(0-6, 0-2), they will finish no
worse than second in District
4, which would earn them a
regional playoff berth.


Tigers sweep
Tornadoes in
volleyball

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Taylor Joyner, had seven kills,
nine digs and 10 service points
for the Union County High
School volleyball team in a 3-0
(25-22, 25-20, 25-20) win over
Bradford on Oct. 14 in Starke.
The Tigers, who improved to
13-6, also got five kills, eight
digs and eight points from Kayla
Andrews, while Kaylan Tucker,
had two blocks, six service aces
and eight points overall. Tristyn
Southerland had seven kills, nine
digs and 10 points, while Lilly
Combs and Kayla Nettles each
had seven points and nine assists.
Bradford scored the first
six points pf the first set with
Lainie Rodgers serving, but two
service aces by Tucker seemed
to get Union going. The Tigers
eventually pulled- to within
one as the set remained close
throughout. Four points from
Andrews. put Union up 19-16.
Later, the Tigers led 23-20, but
Bradford got two points with
Tiana Sheffield serving. Union
would close out the set with
Joyner serving.
Five service' points from
Nettles had the Tigers leading
19-15 in the second set. Three
points later from Southerland
pushed the lead to 20-16. All
of the Tigers' points during that
span came off of Bradford errors.
A service ace by Sheffield and
a block by'Nyasia Davis helped
the Tornadoes pull to within 23-
-19, but the Tigers would take the
set 25-20...


Rodgers got Bradford off to a
quick start in the third set with
six :service points, two of which
were aces. The Tornadoes later
went up 13-6, scoring four points
with Mackenzie Gault serving.
Gault had an ace, while Sheffield
had a kill.
Union rallied, scoring six
points with Southerland serving
to tie the game at 14-14. In
the latter stages of the set, the
Tigers got two kills each from
Joyner and Tucker and one from
Southerland, while Tucker held
serve for the last three points of
the 25-20 Union win.
Bradford got five kills, a block
and two aces from Sheffield,
while Rodgers had five aces.
Davis added four kills and a
block.
. The Tigers played Baker
County this past Tuesday and
will close the regular season
with a home match against Fort
White on Thursday, Oct. 17, at
6 p.m. Union will then play in
the District 7-1A tournament at
Dixie County High School. The
Tigers are the second seed behind
Williston and will play third seed
Newberry on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at
6:30 p.m. If Union wins, it will


See VOLLEY, 8B


Indians close,
regular-season
district play
with 2 wins
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights High
School volleyball team defeated
Interlachen and Fort White to
finish 5-3 in regular-season play
in District 5-4A.
Keystone traveled E.'
Interlachen on Oct. 8, dlc'ejiing
the Rams 3-0 (25-20, 25-13,
25-8). Alexa Born and Keerston
Skinner had eight and seven,,
kills, respectively, with Born
adding four service aces. Bailey
Zinkel had four aces as well,.
while Hanna Crane had a team-
high seven. Crane also led the.'
team in assists with 21. (!
Miriah Maxwell added five,
kills, while Caiylen Gonzales'
had five digs.
The Indians returned home

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Pearlie Belford
Pearlie Belford
LAKE BUTLER-Pearlie Mae.
Belford, 79, died on Wednesday,
Oct. 9, 2013, at Select Specialty
Hospital in Gainesville.


She was a member of lLakt
Butler's Greater Elizabctl
Missionary Baptist Church, whern
she fornierly served as a choi
member.
She is surx icd by: her children
Billy Belford and B3obbie J.ca
Hornet, both of Lake Butler, ant
SElla Mac Haile and Laionki
(Stephen) Foster, both of Starke
seven grandchildren: and six great-
Sgrandchildren.
Funeral services 'will' be helc
at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19
at Greater Elizabeth Missionarv
Baptist Church in Lake Butler, with
Rev. Jewell Warren ,officiating
Burial will follow at Ft.' Call
Cemetery in Lake Butler.
Arrangements are entrustec
to Chestnut Funeral Home' ol
Gainesville.
S Family and friends ire askec
to meet on Saturday at the home
of Belford at 1005 S.W. Sixth St.
#1001, in Lake Butler at 1:45 pmin Ic
form the cortege.


SSheila Haddock
e SYLVESTER Sheila Marie
r Haddock. 56, of Sylvester, Ga., died
Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, at Phoebe
Putnc\ Memorial Hospital in
A Albany. Ga.
S She was horn on Dee. 26, 1956. in
a Gainesville, and was the daughter of
Arnold Olen Haddock and his wife,
Annette, of Orange Park and June
.lohnson Haddock of Hampton. She
graduated from Hampton Christian
Academy in Hampton and was
Formerly employed with Cracker
Barrel for 15 years.
1 In addition to her parents, Ms.
Haddock is survived by: two
11 daughters, Marion Roberts and
Susan Roberts, both of Tifton, Ga.;
I one son, Kevin Roberts of Tifton; one
f- brother. Guy Haddock of Bowling
Green, Ky.; and five grandchildren,
I Logan Ray, Gabriel Ray, Cattie Ray,
SAhlora Ray and Maycie Jones.
A graveside funeral service will
be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18,
at Oak Ridge Cemetery. Rev. J. G.
Broome will officiate, with burial to
follow.
Condolences may be sent to the
family at the online guest registry'at
vww.bowen-donaldson.com.
Services for the Haddock family
are under the care and direction
of Bowen-Donaldson Home for
Funerals.
PAID OBITUARY

Charlie Johnson
LAKE BUTLER- Charlie Lewis
Johnson, 94, of Lake Butler died on
Sunday,Oct. 13,2013, in Gainesville.
He was born on Sept. 28, 1919,
in Keokuk, Iowa, to Charles M.
Johnson and Hazel Coleman
Johnsofi. He was a veteran of World
War II in the U.S. Army. His career
included employment as a teacher,
school administrator and' hospital
admi rnistrator.


He was preceded in death by: his
spouse of 22 years, Alice Simmons
Johnson; and his spouse of 41 years,
Arlene Powell Johnson.
He is survived by: his 'daughter,
Nancy Johnson (Steve) Sebastian of
Washington, Mo;. his stepdaughter,
Vicki Powell' Kershaw nf Blue
Ridge, Ga.; and his stepson, Michael
Powell of Memphis, Mo.
A memorial service will. be
announced at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction ot Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


Army and served in World War II.
He was preceded in death by: his
father, Sol Morgan; and his mother,
Maybelle Holland Morgan.
He is survived by: his sister, Sue
Louise Cauthern of Jacksonville;
and his niece, Nadine Smith.
Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. on Friday Oct. 18, at New Hope
Cemetery, with visitation one hour
prior to the service.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.


Pearle Mott


June McCoy STARKE-Pearle Wolfred Mott,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS--TC e i 58, of Starke, died on Sunday Oct.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-June 13,2013, at E.T. York Haven Hospice
Hope McCoy, 87,, of Keystone in Gainesville surrounded by her
Heights died on Tuesday Oct. 8 family after an extended illness.
2013, in Gainesville at the E.T. York She was born on Nov. 25,
Care Center. 1954, in Covington, Va., to the
She was born in Jacksonville on t5, in Coigtn V. to t e
Aug. 11, 1926, to the late Jason and late George F. and Lydia Cooke
Elizabeth (Roundtree) Fish. She was Wolfred. She resided in Florida for
Elizabeth (Roundtree) Fish. She was" the past 56 years and worked in
a homemaker and member of Trinity huma n resources at Tacachale in
Baptist Church. human resources at Tcachale in
Her husband, Dewey" 'Jim," Gainesville. She was a member of
preceded her in death. -Bro-ker Baptist Churchi
She is survived by: children Chip She is survived by: her husband
McCoy of.Columbus, Ohio, Skeet of 38 years, Ricky M. Mott of
McCoy of Keystone Heights, Deby Starke; daughter Christin (Ben)
Starr of High Springs and Rocky Barksdale of Keystone; son Marcus
McCoy of Columbus; siblings Pat (Charleen) Mott of Starke; brother
Corbett of Green Cove Springs, Bruce Wolfred of Palatka; and three
Billy (Christine) Fish and George grandchildren.
(Rhoda) Fish of Jacksonville and Funeral services were conducted
Robert (Phyllis) Fish of Newark on Oct. 16 at Brooker, Baptist
Ohio; seven grandchildren; and Church, with Rev. Paul Samson
eight great-grandchildren, officiating. Internment followed at
Funeral services were held Oct. Dyal Cemetery.
14 in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Home chapel, with Pastor James Butler is in charge of arrangements.
Peoples officiating. The burial
followed at Keystone Heights John
Cemetery. Jo n
In lieu of flowers, the family Southerland Sr.
has requested donations be made ou ran .
to Windsor Manor Nursing, Home ALACHUA-John Earl
Activity Department, 602 Laura Southerland Sr., 82, of Alachua
St. Starke, FL 32091, in memory of died at E.T. York Haven Hospice
McCoy. in Gainesville on Sunday, Oct. 13,
Arrangements are under the care 2013, after an extended illness.
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of He was born on Dec. 4, 1930, in
Keystone Heights. Bradford County to the late Willie


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her siblings, Issac Simmons, Elouise
Heardof Orange Park and Mary Lee
Hogans of Venus.
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Mary; Lee Gainey, Catherine
Davis and Leslie Ann DeSue all of
Starke, and Mary Alice DeSue of
Lawtey; sisters Carrie Bell Cain,
Geraldine Simmons and Pearlie
Mae Simmons; 18 grandchildren;
11 great-grandchildren; and three
great-great-grandchildren.,
Arrangements are entrusted to
Chestnut Funeral Home Inc. of
Gainesville.

Dorothy Williams
HAMPTON-Dorothy J. "Dot"
Williams, .88, died on Friday, Oct.
11,2013. .
She was born on April. 4, 1925, in'
Hampton to Dan and Essie Johnson.
She graduated from Bradford High
School., She worked in: several
hospitals, including Shands Hospital
and Bradford County Hospital., She
was the admitting supervisor at
Alachua General Hospital. She %as
a member and former irusiee of
Victory Baptist Church.-
She was preceded in death by:
her husband of 54 years. Frank
Williams; sisters Geraldine Morgan
and Frances Broome; and daughter
Mary Ann., '
She is survived by: sisters Mary
Lee Allen ,and June Haddock;.
children Nell'i.TJ. James iMarshall i.
Dann (MNar\ Ann), Emily (Charles)
and Judy (Anna); fite grandchildren:
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Oct. 16 at the chapel, of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home and were
conducted by Rev. Dan Williams,
Dr. J.G. Broome and Rev. Aaron
Morgan. Burial followed at Kingsley
Lake Cemetery. .
SFamily and friends are invited to
make a contribution either to Shiloh
Youth Ranch, 10655 Roseland Road,
Sebastian, FL 32958, or to Haven
Hospice, 4200 N.W. 90W" Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.
Arrangements. are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.

Terry Williams
STARKE-Terry Williams, 54;
died on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2013, at
Shands Hospital at UF.
: Funeral services will be held,
at -10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, at
Antioch Baptisi Church in Starke.
Burial will follow at Odd Fellow
Cemetery.
Visitation will be held, Friday,
Oct. 18, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at
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The UCHS boys' golf team and girls' individual Savannah Woodall will advance
to regional competition. Pictured (I-r) are head coach Chris Mecusker, Kyle Davis,
Ethan Box, Brandon Ames, Woodall, Brad Deshong, Josh Starling, Nick Silcox,
Case Emerson and assistant coach Will Bowen.


UCHS boys earn 1st team trip

to golf regional tournament


Savannah Woodall
advances in girls' field
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Nick Silcox placed third in a
field of 30-plus to help the Union
County High School boys' golf
team earn its first-ever regional
berth by placing second at the
District. 7-1A tournament on
Oct. 14 in Chiefland.
The Tigers finished with a
team score of 387, which was
four strokes behind champion
Lafayette. Union will advance


to .the Region 3 tournament on
Monday, Oct. 21, at Red Tail in
Sorrento.
Silcox finished with an
individual score of 90, which
left him trailing only Trenton's
Ty Gorton (76) and Lafayette's
Kerby Hanson (87).
Union's Brandon Ames shot
a 97 to place, sixth. Kyle Davis
shot a 98, followed by Brad
Deshong (102) and Ethan Box
(104).
Union County's Savannah
Woodall also earned her way to
,regionals, finishing with a score
of 155 in the girls'field.


The regional berth is just part
of what has been an outstanding
season for the Union boys' team.
The Tigers defeated Newberry
and Bell on Oct. 10 to finish the
regular season 9-3 and finish 7-0
against District 7 competition.
Union, which finished with a
team score of 164, was led by
Silcox, who shot a 39. Deshong
shot a. 40, while Josh Starling
shot a 42. Davis and Case
Emerson each finished at 43.
Newberry finished with a
team score of 183, while Bell
had a score of 204.


The KHHS girls' golf team, which was the District 4-2A runner-up, is (l-r) coach
Mike Horn, Rachel Bellman, Marah Lowery, Caroline McCormick, Autumn Bostick,
Qlyvia Heinz, Victoria Stanger, Taylor Heinz and CeCe Buckley.


The KHHS boys' golf team is: (front, I-r) Carter Drainey, Spencer Martin, Karl
Dionisi, Brandon Taylor, Pierson Lewis, Ashton Buchanan, Cory Taylor, (back,
1-r)Y Brandon Ludwig, Nolan Julius, Grant Bostick, coach Ron Hartman, Jennings


, Wilkes, Christian Pulgarin and Shaw Fuller. Julius earned therigh
regional competition.


BHS boys, KHHS girls a4

'to regional tournaments

Keystone's Julius Suwannee to finish third and did notea
quaifies iivid/ earn its Way to regionals, which placing
quaifiesas individual will be Monday, Oct. 21, in tourname
E r ne C PonteVedra. Nolan Ju
SEditors note: Complete results The boys'team from Keystone shooting
; concerning the boys'teams were
not known at press time. A photo


of mthe traajora team coula not
Sbe obtained by press time.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor,


The boys' team from Bradford
High School and the girls'
team from Keystone Heights
High School qualified for
regional competition after their
performances at the District 4-2A
tournament, which was held Oct.
15 in Lake City.
The Keystone girls earned their
second straight trip to regionals,
which will be held Tuesday, Oct.
22, in Lake City, after finishing
as the district runner-up with a
team score of 424. They finished
behind Columbia, which had a
score of 370.
Keystone was led. by Taylor
Heinz, wkio was the girls'
medalist with a score of 82.
Olyvia Heinz finished in the top
six as well with a score of 102.
Caroline McCormick had .a
score of 117 for Keystone, while
Autumn Bostick and Marah
Lowery had scores of 123 and
133, respectively.
On the boys' side, Bradford


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Continued from 6B
zolly for the champior"'.:v on
Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m.
Bradford concludes the regular
season against District 5-4A
opponent Interlachen at home on
Thursday, Oct. 17, at 6 p.m. The
Tornadoes will. then play in the
District 5 tournament at Santa
Fe High School. Bradford is the
fourth seed and will play fifth
seed Fort White on Monday, Oct.
21, at 5 p.m. If the Tornadoes
win, they will play top seed P.K.
Yonge on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at
6:30 p.m.
The Bradford-P.K. Yonge
winner will advance to the
championship, match on
Thursday, Oct. 24, at 6 p.m.

Tigers miss out on top
seed in district
Host Williston earned the
top seed in the District 7-1A
tournament, defeating the Tigers
3-1 (25-23, 20-25, 25-14,25-21)
on Oct. 10.
Southerland had five kills,
10 digs and eight points for the
Tigers, while Tucker had nine
points, six of which were aces.
Nettles had 14 points and four
assists, while Combs had five
assists. Andrews finished with
nine digs, while Joyner had six
kills.
Williston finished with a 7-1
district record, while the Tigers
finished 6-2.
Prior to playing Williston,
Union defeated district opponent
Chiefland 3-1 (25-22, 25-22,
15-25, 25-21) on Oct. 8 in Lake
Butler.
Andrews, Joyner and
Southerland had nine kills each.
Andrews added 16 digs and
five aces, while Joyner had two
blocks and 11 points. Southerland
had 13 digs, nine points and five
aces. .
Combs and Nettles added
13 and 12 assists, respectively.
Combs had three blocks, while
Nettles had two.

Tornadoes go 1-4 in
Keystone tournament
Bradford opened play in
the second annual Dig Pink
Tournament at Keystone Heights
High School on Oct. 12 by
defeating Bishop Snyder 2-1,
but the Tornadoes then lost 2-0
to Clay, 2-0 to Ridgeview, 2-1 to
Meneridez and 2-1 to Keystone.


it to advance to


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arn the right to advance,
sixth at the district
nt, but team member
lius will advance after
a 90.


Davis finished the tournament
with 25 kjlls, seven blocks
and eight service aces, while
Rodgers had 17 kills and eight
aces. Sheffield'had 16 kills and
five blocks.
Prior to the tournament, the


KHHS
Continued from 6B


to face Fort White on Oct. 10,
defeating the visitors 3-1 (13-
25,25-7,25-12,25-10). Skinner
had 13 kills and six aces, while
Crane had 35 assists.
Morgan -Gibbs had eight kills,
while Born and Zinkel had six
and five, respectively. Born had
six digs, while Zinkel had four.
Gonzales led the team in digs
with 12.
The Indians hosted their
annual Dig Pink breast cancer
awareness tournament on Oct.


Tornadoes traveled to play
Trenton on Oct. 10, losing,3-2
(20-25, 21-25, 25-19, 25-9, 15-
9). Davis and Sheffield had 14
and 13 kills, respectively. Davis
had two blocks, while Sheffield
had two aces and a block.


12, but the Telegraph-Times-'.
Monitor could not obtain results.
at press time. Keystone was,
scheduled to cap the regular',
season on Wednesday, Oct. 16,:!
with a home match against Clay'
at 5 p.m.
Keystone is the third seed&
in the District 5 tournament,:,
which is being hosted by Sania.'
Fe High School. The Indians'
will play sixth seed Interlachenr
on Monday, Oct. 21\ at 6:30"
p.m: If Keystone wins, it will,
play second seed Santa Fe orfn,
Tuesday, Oct. 22, at 5 p.m.
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will play for the championship';
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FOR RENT: OFFICE COM- 904-783-4619.
PLEX, that has special 2014 MODEL 3BR/2 BA..
amenities. They include only $275/mo. 904-783-
kitchen provisions, show- 4619.
er, washer/dryer, handr- 50
cap bathroom. Designed
for a 24 hour emergency For Rent
care facility, or other spa- WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
cial needs facility. For MH, clean, close to pris-
more information call 904- on. Call 352-468-1323.
364-9022. NICE MOBILE HOMES in
48 Lake Butler & Starke 2 & 3
8 BR single wides, fenced.
Homes For Sale Deposit required. Call
OPEN HOUSES IN MEL- 678-438-6828.
ROSE! Sunday, Oct. MOBILE HOMES FOR
20- 12 noon- 3 p.m. Two RENT starting at $525
great homes to view! One per month. Hidden Oaks,
is a vintage cottage, 2BR, Lake Butler. Call 386-
1 BA at 6014 Lexington 496-8111.
Ave. The other is 3 BR, PERMANENT ROOMS
2 BA,.Iarge brickhome for rent at the Magnolia
with over-sized garage Hotel. Both refrigerator
and fenced backyard and microwave. Special
at 125 Pearsall Circle. rates, by the month. Call
Both recently reduced. 904-964-4303 for more
John Wick & Elaine information.
Teague, Realtors 351- LAKE BUTLER APART-
275-4170. C. B. Isaac MENTS, Accepting ap-
Realty, 2518 SR 21, Mel- plications for HC and non-
rose FL HC 1 2 3 & 4 BR Equal
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SAutlons Mobile Homes
's Auctions For Sale. __
^BIG A-UCTION, Sat. For Sale
S10/26/2013 6pm, Kerr EX-LARGE DW. ON 2/3 P
SAuctions, 23931 NW CR acre. Fireplace, new--
225A,LaWteFI. Buy and metal roof-AC-rugs. To- OPE
sell. AB199 and AU429. tally refurbished. Owner
SCash, sales. Call 904- financing.352-745-0094. Sat *
S5.91-4191 for more infor- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
nation. 'Big rol1 in ceramic handi-
4 cap shower, plus bath #2
47 doublewide, fully'fenced A
SCommercial yard, # 3 gates. Florida C
: Prop t (ent, room. $44,000, trade
Property (Rent, in your old single wide 9
SLease, Sale) for down payment .
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro- 352-473-5745.
Sfessional Offices for rent, USED SINGLEWIDE'S
S$315 per month. Confer- great shape. $9,500
- ence room, kitchen; utili- delivered. 904-259-4663. a864 N.
ties and more provided. NO MONEY DOWN, Use U
S904-364-8395. your own land. good St
RETAIL SPACE-in busy bad or no credit Ok. 4/
Strip center. 1,000 sq.ft. BR. $399/mo. Call 904- Hwy 3
and 2,000 sq. ft. units. 259-4663. waynefrler- -
South HWY 301 front- macclenny.com
age9,acrossfromtheKOA HUGE SALE Al homes
Campground. Call 352- must gol Ends 10/26
235-1675 brand new 4/BR. 32x56.
FOR RENT PROFES- $49,900. Set up & de- 966
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32054. TDD7TTY 711.
Call 386-496-3141.
STARKE across from Coun-
try Club. Immediate occu-
pancy, 3BR/1BA. house,
complete renovated. New
carpet, vinyl, cabinets, ap-
pliances, on 1/2 acre, in-
cludes lawn care. Service
animals only, no smok-
ing, references. $700/mo.
$700 deposit. Immediate
occupancy. Ideal for small
family or couple. Call 904-
662-3735 please leave
message if no answer.
KEYSTONE Rentals,
2BR/1BA CH/A house,
$600/mb. 2BR/1BA mo-
bile homes, $500-$600/
mo. All on small spring
feq lake, sandy beach.
Call for more information.
352-226-6226.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-290-
0083 OR 904-964-5006.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
Roll in handicap
shower, plus bath # 2
double wide, fully
fenced yard, Florida
room. $650/mo. Se-
nior discount available.
352-473-5745.
DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/2BA.
Extra clean, fenced yard,
front and back porches.
service animals only.
$575/mo. plus deposit,
south of Starke. Call 352-
468-2674.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
AREA. Great for one
person Furnished. All
you need is your clothes.
1 BR/1 BA mobile home In
small park. Quiet. $375/
Smo. $375 deposit. Wa-
ter, garbage and lawn
maintenance included.
Call 352-235-0020. Leave
message if no answer,
Month of Oct. is prorated.
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME,
front kitchen, in small park
Keystone Heights area.
Garbage, lawn mainte-
nance, and water includ-
ed. $475/mo. plus $475
deposit. Month of Oct. is
prorated. Call/352-235-.
0020. Leave/message if
no apswer..
KEYSTONE HGTS. One
BR. Mobile, on Private
Land. fully furnished,
real nice condition. $325.
352-473-'5745.
$535/MO. SPACIOUS
1 BR/1 BA. 904-234-6481.
2BR/ 1 BA. CH/A. VERY
clean. Quiet area. Wa-
ter & lawn maintenance
provided. $495/mo. Plus
deposit. 904-364-8135.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME,
near FSP. & UCI. CH/A,
$450/mo. plus $450.
deposit. 1 yr lease. Call
904-964-8025 leave mes-
sage.
2BR/1 BA. Single-wide be-
tween Raiford & Lake
Butler. CH/A. 14 ft wide.
$300 deposit. $550/mo.
904-305-8287. 904-263-


Waldo Villas

Move-In

Special
2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


3999
52
Animals & Pets-
HORSE 4 SALE, 6 years
old gilding, Paint/Through
bread mix, green Broke.
Must see $800080. Call
Missy @ 904-259-8883.
53A
Yard Sales
AVIS'S ATTIC 50% off sale.
322 S Walnut St. Starke,
Fl. Moving to Keystone
Nov. 1, 2013. New loca-
tion. 322 SE SR 100.
Suite A Keystone. 904-
964-9596.
SAT. 8AM.-? Sampson City
Fire Dept., corner of CR.
225/CR.227. Furniture,
fish tanks, chain saws,
tools, holiday decorations,
horse tack, etc.
LAWTEY YARD SALE, Fri.
Sat. 8am.-? Corner Ad-
ams & Grove, across
from Baptist church. Misc.
items.
THURS. FRI. SAT. 8am.-
12pm. 17598 NE. 28th
Ave. Starke. (Rain or
shine) inside old chicken
house. For sale, adult
chickens & baby chicks,
commercial incubator,
plants, outdoor Christmas
decorations/wire (starting
@ $3), antiques, crafts,
books, adult/children/
Baby clothes,( .25 each
or 5 for $1) furniture and
much more. If you need
directions call Debby @
904-226-5402.
BIG YARD SALE; Sat. 7am.-
? 1036 Meadows Dr. 2
milesfrom 301 just off
Sr. 16 West( Ralford Rd)
in town. Look for signs. A
variety of things.
FRI- SAT: 9AM-4PM. 14096
S.E. C.R. 100A (Griffis '
Loop), over 2nd RR
tracks. Tools, Craftsman's
roller cabinet (11 draw-
ers), dresser, portable
TV, colectable plates,
cameras, clothes.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MULTI-FAMILY yard sale.
Friday and Saturday, Oct.
19 and 20, 7 a.m. to 2
p.m. 665 S.W. Cardinal
Dr., Keystone. Furniture,
Clothing, Children's toys
and collectables. '
HUGE YARD SALE, Sat.
8am,,-2pm. in Keystone
8315 Melrose Rd. Follow,
Signs. We have a III bit
of everything. Furniture,
clothes, dishes. If you
need it we probably have
it.
SWAT Youth Ministry of Key-
stone Heights First As-
sembly of God is having
a Yard Sale on Saturday,
October 19th from 8am.-
2pm. 8025 SR 100. For
more info please contact
Pastor Michelle Fox at
(352)473-3432.

NOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask about our
$199 Move in Special
1&2 BR Apartments HC &
non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat on-site laundry,
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.

Located on SR-16,
1001 Southern Villas Dr.
.Starke, FL
Call 904-964-7295
TDD/TIY 711
'Equal Housing Opportunity"


53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sale
FRI & SAT. 8am.-2pm.lst
Christian Church Rum-
mage Sale, 8am-3pm,
155 N.W. 1st Street, Lake
Butler, at the Pumpkin
Patch.
INDOOR MULTI FAMILY
Yard Sale. Sat 8am
til noon. Yellow door at
Tru Blu Pools, Lake But-.
ler. Clothes, Furniture,
Houseware, too much
to list
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
nipg or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
57 /
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Trac-
tor w/canopy-MFWD 85
hp, 3 hitch-2 remotes.
640 loader 1964 Gal-
lon grader. 1995 Fer-
guson roller. 1989 Ford
%50 Dually diesel truck.
1996 Hallmark 8x16.5
ft. enclosed trailer. 1970
F 750 single-axle Ford
dump truck w/ equipment
trailer, 12 ft. Jon boat.
Table saw, Fort. spreader,
Wurlltzer-Melville-Clark
spinet piano, Hammond
spinet organ L-133 has
LES LER speakers. Call
386-496-0683.
BEAUTIFUL 7 piece oak
cabinets. Includes 2 glass
front, one is a corner car-
ousel unit, asking $399.
Need to sell Kenmore top
of the line dual fuel range.
Has 5.gas burners & con-
vection oven. Like new,
$375. Call 352-519-2400
or 352-226-6461.
BANANA TREES. Plants
are approx. 3 ft tall. $10
each or 3 for $25. Located
in Starke. Call 904-796-
0781.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction


of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE,
& MORE Tiffany Baxter
904-964-6293, 904-796-
0170.
65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs;
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty 'preservation secre-
taries. Prefer Vendor 360,
Mars & Zephyr knowl-
edge. MUST have knowl-
edge of Windows 7 or 8
& Excel. Construction,
Building materials and
use of cost estimator a
plus. Call 352-473-0095.
Drivers: $5,000 Sign-
On BonusI Great Payl
Consistent Freight,
Great Miles on This
Regional Account.

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-9644214
TDD/TY 711
Accepting Applications!
Rental Assistance!
1, 2, &3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
'This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.'
Equal Housing Opportunity"


(9041964-6305

(3521 473-2210

(3861496-2261


Where one

does it alI


Werner Enterprises:
1-888-567-3110
CLASS"A" Industrial Me-
chanic/Electrician for 2nd
/3rd Shift Maintenance
Crew. Must have 5 years
experience. We are an
EECC, Drug free work-
place. Health/Dental/Life'
Insurance, paid Holidays/
Vacations. Apply at Gil-
man Building Products,
6640 CR 218, Maxville,
FL 32234 or fax resume
to (904) 289-7736
DRIVERS-TRACTOR
TRAILER DUMP
Cypress Truck Lines '
seeks 5 TT Dump Drivers
(150 mile radius) Compa-
ny Drivers Only*Assigned
Tractors*Medical/
Dental/Vision*Paid
Orientation*Paid Train-
ing*6 Paid Holidays. 6 Mo
Tr Dump Exp & Class A
CDL Req! Call 1-(888)
235-8862 www.cypres-
struck.comrn
HELP WANTED: Full time
to Management; hourly/
salary; commissions,
vacation pay, Benefits,
Insurance. Large national
company seeking moti-
vated person, sales ex-


S *00 0 ''0
Gaston's Tree Service is accepting applications for an Experienced
Heavy Equipment Operator. This includes the operation of cranes,
knuckle booms, bobcats, and bucket trucks; For full time year
around work with great benefits in an established company and a
great team.
SExperience in tree work is a plus
Must have a valid Class B CDL with air brakes
SMust be willing to leave town on occasion for emergency storm
work
Must work well with others
Subjected to background checks and random drug tests
Send resume to JoAnn Phillips :
at jgphillips@woodresourcerecovery.com
or call (352) 258-8668

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Only$549 mth
For the 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only$629 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

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Auctions
Auction Bank
Owned Property -
Bland County,
Virginia. 425+/-
acres offered in 13
tracts.. 5,500+/ sq ft
custom "Rocky
Mountain Log
Home," additional
brick bi-level home,
horse barn, 2 ponds
and great views, plus
405+/- acres joining
National Forest.
Abundant deer, bear,
turkey and WILD
HOGS! 5% Buyer's
Premium. Call
Russell Seneff.
November 8 at 5
PM, Auction Held


Quality Inn,
Bluefield, WV.
Woltz & Associates,
Inc. (VA# 321) Real
Estate Brokers &
Auctioneers. 540-
342-3560 800-
551-3588
woltz.com.

Estate Auction-
Sat. Oct 26th,
5200 SE 26th Ave,
Ocala. Preview at
9am, Auctiop at
I 0am. Items
collected over 6
decades! More
information &
p i c t u r e s :
www.brewerauction


sQcom (386)497-
4438 AU#2604
AB#1940 12%BP

Condos for Sale
Blue Ridge
Mountain Land
Liquidation! 1.37
acres, national forest
access, only $9,800.
Was
$74,900. Hardwood
setting, breathtaking
mountain/ valley
views. Mild climate,
Tremendous 4
season recreation.
Paved rds, UG
utilities, .water.
Excellent financing
Call 1-866-952-


5303, x21

Foreclosed Cabin
On 4 Acres! lust
$89,900. Bring your
hammer & nails.
Great fixer upper on
beautiful wooded
rolling land. Enjoy
wildlife, creeks,
ponds, lake access.
Must see! Call 877-
888-0267, x 436

Help Wanted
Experienced OTR
Flatbed Drivers
earn 50 up to 55
cpm loaded. $1000
sign on to Qualified
drivers. Home most


weekends. Call:
(843)266-3731 /
www.bulldoghiway.
com. EOE

D R I YV E R
TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
Learn to drive for
US Xpress! Earn
$700 per week! No
experience needed!
Local CDL, Traning.
Job ready in 11
days! (888)368-
1964

Miscellaneous
AIRLINE
CAREERS begin
here -Get FAA


approved Aviation
Maintenance
Technician training.
Housing and
Financial aid for
qualified students.
Job placement
assistance. Call
AIM 866-314-3769

Real Estate/ Land
for Sale
HOMESITES
JUST OUTSIDE
CHATTANOOGA
, 10-25 Acres
Starting -at Only
$56,000. Located
on Signal Mountain
in Tennessee. Gated
Community -Phase
2 Just Released.
Call 877-282-4409


Schools &
Instruction
H e. a v y
Equipment
Operator
Tra i n i n g'!
Bulldozers,
B.ackhoes,
Excavators. 3
Weeks Hands On
Program. Local
Job Placement
As s instance.
N a t i o n al
Certifications. 31
Bill Benefits
Eligible. 1-866-
362.6497


call




perience preferred, call
Information Center (386)
418-0650 for interview.
Mary or Connie Mgr.
SOLO & TEAM FLEET.
Indian River Transport,
Priority dispatch, Com-
petitive pay, consistent
miles, established routes.
Direct deposit & paid va-
cations, 2012/2013 equip-
ment, no touch freight/no
hazm at. Health insur-
ance, 401K match. Class)
A CDL w/1 year OTR
exp. Food grade tanker.
Call 800-IRT-TANK. www.
indianrivertransport.com
EXPERIENCE class A or B
drivers needed. Call 904-
964-4500.
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL,
Respiratory Therapyv
Supervisor-F/T Experi-,
enced, Fl. Licensed Board'
Certified with NBRC.
Laboratory Supervisor-.
PIT. Experienced Fl.;,'
Licensed Clinical Lab.
Supervisor with Chem-
istry, Hematology, Se-
rology & Micro a must.-
Radiology Technologist--'
PRN. Experienced Fl...
Licensed. -'


FloridaWorks
Alachuia/Bradford A Community Partnerstlp
Chris

S904-964-8092
www.FloridaWorksbnline.com


PUBLIC AUCTION
ADERHOLT AUCTION
&
EQUIPMENT

Location: 6 miles south of Lake City
on US Hwy41 & 441

Saturday, Oct. 19

at 9 am
Your consignments are welcome.

Terms of sale: Cash, personal checks,
business checks.
10% Buyer Premium
For more information call

Roy Aderholt

at 1-386-397-3856

or 1-386-755-2615
AU#1596 AB#1133


SELF EMPLOYED? OR 1099 EMPLOYEE?

AT HONDA OF GAINESVILLE WE SAY YES!
NO MATTER WHAT YOUR CREDIT IS!!!

$0 DOWN SPECIALS!!
Honda of Gainesville 3800 N. Main St. (866) 363-0813
YAR MAKE MODEL LINE PRICE/PAYMENT
2001 Honda Accord Fits any Budget..............................................3$5,990
2003 Nissan Sentra Sporty and Fun...........................................$5,990
.,2008 Kia Spectra Everyone qualifies..........................................$7,980
2005 Ford 500 Drive with zero down........................................$8,000
2005 Toyota Camry Nicest around! Reduced to sell...........................$8,000
2006. Ford Explorer Won't Find a nicer SUV at this price.....................$8,880
2009 Honda Fit A real gas Saver..............................................$9,988
2008 Suzuki Gr. Vitara Easy Finacing Hurry!'......................................$8,880
2007. VW Beetle Sporty and Fun...............................................$9,488
2008 Hyundai Entourage This one wont last............................................$9,990
2005 Acura TL Luxury for Less. Cleanest around......................$11,988
2008 Honda Accord Best Deal in Gainesville...................................$10,988
2008 Toyota Sienna Family fun for less! Yes you qualify!....................$12,880
2007 Honda Cry Loaded with Everything!................................... $11,988


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Golfing to benefit the community


Sthe Rotary Club of Starke
hosted its annual golf tour-
nament on Sept. 27, with
the winning team consist-
ing of (above, I-r) Jonathan
Ferguson, Brad Bishop,
Kevin Miller and Randy All-
dredge. The second-place
team consisted of (right,
I-r) Greg Marshall, Barry
Warren, Rick Mills and (not
pictured) Jim Lewis.


KHHS grad helps bring Hipp zombies to life
Kenny Smoak (pictured second from right in the back row), a 2009 Keystone
SHeights High School graduate, Is helping the Hippodrome Theater In Galnesville
deliver Halloween chills and thrills with its production of "Zombie Town: A
Documentary Play," which is currently on stage through Sunday, Nov. 3. The
play chronicles the efforts of documentarians to reconstruct the events In which
Sreanimated corpses wreaked havoc on the small town of Harwood, Texas. For
more information on show times and prices, please visit www.thehipp.org, or call
352-375-4477. Smoak and his Involvement with the Hippodrome will be featured In
a future Issue of the Telegraph-Times-Monitor. Photo by Michael A. Eaddy.


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