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Union County Farmer's Market opens Saturday


By JACOUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director
The Unioni County Farmers
Market will opens this
Saturday and will be open each
Saturday of November and
close on December 3.
Hours will be from 8 a.m.- 1
p.m. or until farmers sell out.
All'Union County vegetable
producers are encouraged to
support the Market. For those
who want to sell items at the
market, the fee is $5 per area.
We recommend you bring your
own table to display your items
and a chair to sit in. You can
also sell off the back of your
parked pickup truck.
We are also asking
homeowners who have pecans,
satsumas, sweet potatoes and
pumpkins to bring them to sell
at the market. If you make
syrup and it has a certified
label from the Florida
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Services, 'you can
sell properly labelled cane


syrup. If you are a bee keeper
and have honey that is put up
in jars in a certified food
handling facility and properly
labelled by the FDACS, you
can sell properly labelled
honey.
If you have cut flowers that
you've grown, you can sell
these at the farmer's market.
The Union County Extension
Office can write a Grower's
Permit for nuts and fruit grown
in Union County. Also, if you
are a Union County resident
and ffiaRe-hnd-crafted holiday
items such as grape-vine
wreaths, gourd ornaments,
bird-houses, etc., please call
the Union County Extension
Office at 496-2321 to request
permission of the Board to sell
those items at the Union
County Farmer's Market.
Potted nursery plants can
also be sold at the market. If
you have any questions about
the market please call the
Union County Extension
Office at 496-2321.

Jacque Breman can. be
reached &t (386) 496-2321.


David-Androlevylh stands with his nephew John "Stump" Pullman with the first crop
of sweet corn from the Farmief's'Market!s-springseason. The market's fall season
begins this Saturday, Nov. 5. -' -.-----


Lake Butler recieves conformation of ISO rating


LBES safety
patrols hold


garage sale
The Lake Butler
Elementary School safety
patrols will be holding a
garage sale on Sat. Nov. 5,
at 155 N.W. Second St. in
Lake Butler from 8 a.m.-12
p.m.' For--more- information,
contact Diane Sweat" at'
(386) 496-4113.

New River NC
Methodist
Church hosts
singing
The New River NC
Methodist Church will host
a gospel sing and fish fry on
Saturday, Nov. 5, beginning
it"'530p.m The.,, gospel
group Rushing Wind will be
a. part of the event.
Everyone is invited. For
more information, call (386)
431-1536 or (904) 964-
3583.


By JAMES REDMONQ
Times Staff Writer
"-Recently, Lake Butler
Volunteer Fire- Department
Chief Mike Banks received a
letter frojn Insurance Services
Office, 'Inc. that stated a
' Teevahiti6i-'-on the city's"fire
department found that it
qualified for -a class 4 ISO
rating.
This is an improvement of.
the class 7 rating the
department had just 18 months
ago. The rating is known as the
city's Public Protection Class.
The survey, conducted by
ISO, rated how well- the city
performed certain fire
department-related .functions
such as receiving and handling
alarms, the quality of the city's
fire hydrant network and the
water volume and pressure of
the system are also considered.
The fire department and its
equipment were also evaluated
in the survey.
In May 2004, ISO performed
an inspection that brought the-
'department's rating from a 7 to


Recently the city of Lake Butler was formerly presented with confirmation that it's fire
department had recleved a rating of four from Insurance Services Office, Inc. The
company provides ratings to Insurance companies that assess the risk homeowners
are at In the event of a house fire. The lower the rating, the lower premiums are for
homeowners. The ratings are based on a variety of factors Including how close a
home is to the nearest fire station, the municipalities water system and types of
communication used by fire departments. Pictured above, from L-R, are Lake Butler
Fire Chief Mike Banks, City Attorney John Maines, City Manager Richard TIIIIs, ISO
consultants Mike Yarbourgh and Skip Starling, Mayor Brantley Crawford, City
Commissioners Fletcher Myers, Lynn Bishop and Jimmy Beasley.


a 5. The evaluation gave the
city a score of 59.30. Being
just .7 of a point from an
improved rating, Banks
convinced city officials to
spend about $4,000 to help the
department reach the next
level. The revaluation gave the
city a score of 62.65. A score.
between 60 and 69.99 gave the
city the new classification.
The ISO's PPC program
evaluates communities
according to a uniform set of
criteria- defined in the Fire
Suppression Rating Schedule
(FSRS). Using the FSRS, the
ISO reviews the fire
suppression capabilities of a
community and assigns them a
rating. The rating can be
anywhere from I to 10. The
lower the number, the better
the rating.
In the survey, the fire alarm
and communications systems
account for 10 percent of the
score: -The fire department
accounts for 50 percent of the.

See ISO, p. 8A.


Fall Art, Festival returns to Gainesville UCJCC hosts luncheonfor--
FDJJ


Works of fine art, sounds of
smooth jazz and the aroma of
delectable treats will fill the air
as the city of Gainesville's
Department of Cultural Affairs
presents the 24th annual
Downtown Festival and Art
Show on Saturday and Sunday,
Nov. 12 and 13, from 10 a.m..
to 5 p.m.
Set in the heart of historic
downtown Gainesville, the
nationally acclaimed
Downtown Festival and Art
Show is North Central
Florida's premierfall festival of
the 'arts. .The Downtown
Festival and Art- Show is
ranked No. 85 as the best fine
arts festival in the country by
Sunshine Artist magazine.
Stroll along the streets of
downtown Gainesville, from
City Hall to the Hippodrome
State Theatre, as 250 of the
nation's top artists display
their original oils-and acrylics,
vibrant watercolors, unique
sculptures, dazzling jewelry,
decorative ceramics and vivid
photography. Artisans will
compete for more than $14,000
in cash prizes and $4,000 in
purchase awards. With such a
diverse array of unique art
displayed for sale and
competition, the Downtown
Festival and Art Show is a


great way to begin your
holiday shopping.
Children can participate in
the Imagination Station, which
offers free interactive
entertainment and creative
hands-on activities, such as
sidewalk chalk drawing,
painting, mask design, puppet
and button' creation "and :clay
sculpting. It also features magic
shows, puppet shows and
music for the young and
young-at-heart.
Near the steps of the
Hippodrome State Theatre,
more than 30 non-profit
organizations will have booths
devoted to educating and
providing information to the
Gainesville community.
IDozens of food vendors will
offer a variety of delicious
treats to satisfy all tastes, from
barbecue ribs to apple sundaes.
Visitors can experience foods
from around the world,
including Thai shish-ka-bobs,
Greek gyros, Cajun jambalaya
and more.
For music lovers, the
Festival features continuous
entertainment on three stages
by local bands, musicians, and
dance companies. The weekend
begins with the Downtown
Blues Festival on Friday, Nov.
S11, at 7 p.m. at the Downtown


Community Plaza. Vocal
wonder Renee Austin will treat
the audience to her amazing
five octave vocal range and
inspiring reinterpretations of
the blues beginning at 9 p.m.
Austin's breathy and dynamic
voice helped lead her debut
album, Sweet Talk, to a
nomination for the 2004 W.C.
Handy Award" as"'"Bst.' New
Artist Debut." This free event
is presented by the Gainesville
Friends of Jazz and Blues and
the North Central Florida
Blues Society.
The celebration of music
continues all weekend with the
4th Annual Jazz Festival on
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m. as
the City of Gainesville
welcomes back nationally
known jazz artists Eric Darius
and Pieces of a Dream.
Saxophonist Eric Darius
performed at last year's event
and was recognized as the top
new artist of 2004 in the
smooth jazz genre. The talented
student from USF has recently
released a CD titled Night on
the Town. Pieces of a Dream
performed at the 4th annual
Jazz Festival and has produced
more than a dozen albums and

See FESTIVAL p. 3A


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
On Oct.. 31, the Juvenile
Justice Council for the eighth
judicial.circuit, which includes
Union County, held its
monthly meeting in Lake
Butler. ....
'The council' 'meets: each
month to exchange ideas and
to learn about new happenings'
within the Florida Department
of Juvenile Justice.
Representatives from Alachua,
Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist,
Levy and Union counties, the
counties that make up the
circuit, were present for the
meeting. This meeting, and not
because it was on' Halloween,
began in an unusual sort of
way.
As the participants made
their way into the Lake Butler
Community Center, they mhde
a pile consisting of used and
broken bicycles. Months
before the meeting, Union
County Juvenile Justice
Council President Barry Sams
issued.a challenge to all the
other counties in the circuit.
The group that was able to
bring the most bikes to the
meeting would get to be first in


line at the lunch that was
served.
Of the more than 70 bikes
that were 'brought, Union
County produced more than
50. Sams said the achievement
shows just how much the
people of Union County care
when called upon.
"This accomplishment
would iiot"fe&possible. without,..,.
'the support .of the great
residents of Union County,"
said Sams. "Even being the
smallest geographically and
almost the smallest population,
- we still manage to win this
challenge."
The bikes, mostly only good
for the parts that can be
salvaged off of them, will be
used by the Union County
Toys for Kids program. The
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler has put together
a group of inmates that will
take the old bikes and use parts
to create slightly used ones.
The effort is being headed up
by Toys for Kids Director
Mary Brown and. RMC Asst.
Warden Chris Southerland.
Many Union County
officials were present for the
See UCJCC, p. 2A


New
Jerusalem
Church hosts
sale
The New Jerusalem
Church of Worthington
Springs will host a yard sale
and bake sale on Saturday,
Nov. 5, beginning at 8 a.m.
The church is located at the
comer of C.R. 18 and S.R.
121 in Worthington Springs.
For more information,
contact Annette Seay at
(386) 496-3383 or
Rosemary Barnett at (386)
496-1461.

SREC has new
meal site for
those 60 and
older
The Suwannee River
Economic Council has a
new congregate meal site
for seniors 60 and older. On
Tuesday and Thursdays,
from 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
,seniors can come to the
"Worthingtoan.-Sping. First
UWited Methodist Churchfi to
enjoy free food, music and a
sing-along. For 'more
information, contact SREC
at (386) 496-2342.

St. James
AME hosts
singing
The St. James AME
Church will host a gospel
sing on Sunday, Nov. 6, at 5
p.n..Thepspel True Tones
will, join 'the' clifih for the
event.' The church is located
at the corner of S.R. 238 in
Lake Butler. For more
information, call (386) 496-
1762 or (386) 496-9785.


Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Call St., Starke).
Phone or fax 386-496-
2261 or call 904-964-
6305 in Starke.


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Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax) 6'I8907I6 172


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.. .-.... Rabies case
UCJCC found in
Continued from p. 1A Bradford
Bradford
event. School Board members
Marsan Carr, Alvin Griffis, COUnty
Sandra Floyd and Sue Recently a. feral cat was
Whitehead, Union County diagnosed with rabies in
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Bradford County. Although
UCSO victim advocate Fred rare, rabies does occasionally
Cauley, Union County School occur within this county.
Superintendent Carlton Faulk, The mission of the Bradford
Asst. State's Attorney Bo County Health Department is
Bauer, Union County Judge to promote and, protect the
David Reiman and County health and safety of residents
Commissioner Ricky Jenkins and visitors. The Bradford
all turned out to show their County Health Department in
support for the program, cooperation with Bradford
Sarryl Olson, the Asst. County Animal Control has
Secretary for the Department some information that will be
of Juvenile Justice, was the helpful for pet owners and the
event's guest speaker. He general public about rabies.
informed the group that the What is rabies? Rabies is a
department was moving in a virus that attacks the brain and
different direction when it nervous system. It is passed
came to dealing with at-risk from animal to animal and
youth. The program, known aj from animal to human. It left
"What Works," is a vision the untreated, rabies is fatal.
state has for Florida's Juvenile How does rabies spread?
Justice System. The virus lives in the saliva of
".The department's infected animals. Infected
philosophy has changed when animals spread the virus by
it comes to dealing with scratching or biting. The virus
youthful offenders." said .. e.' a .a ...... _-


When should treatment for
rabies exposure begin? The
only way to prevent rabies
after being exposed to a rabid
animal is by receiving rabies
immune globulin together with
rabies vaccine before
symptoms appear. The shots
are not given in the stomach.
Should I be concerned about
rabies when I travel outside
the United States? Yes. Most
countries have the same risk as
the United States. Some
countries in Africa, Asia and
Latin America have additional
problems in that dog rabies is
common there and treatment
for human rabies may be
difficult to obtain. Contact the
Alachua County Health
Department at (352) 334-7900
about your risk of exposure
prior to traveling abroad. In.
some countries, a person dies
from rabies every 15 minutes.
Where should I go if I want
more information on rabies?
You can contact the Bradford
.County Health Department
Environmental Health office at
(904) 964-5853 or go to
www.cdc.gov.


James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net


Big Red
Christmas
Drive taking
donations
The Big Red Christmas
Drive is now accepting
dioations for its annual
event. The group is looking
for new or slightly used toys
and clothes that will be
given to needy families all
over Unio'n County.
Monetary donations will be
accepted as well. Donations
can be dropped off at Union
County Volunteer Fire
Department station five on
S.R. 121 in Lake Butler or
The Rag Patch in Lake
Butler. For6t more
information, contact Mindy
Goodwin at (386) 867-0305.


The Waggoners Trucking-Established 1951
Now Recruiting drivers for our SE Auto Transport Division.
Drivers must have a valid Class A CDL,
1 year and 1.00K verifiable OTR miles.
Stable work history and clean MVR is a must.
Great Pay, Great Benefits, Matching 401 K.
Contact Susan or John at (866) 413-3074 EOE


anion County .Times
USPS648-200
published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Iutler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879,
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
150 W.. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: James Redmond
te in Trade Area Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
SAdvertllng: Kevin Miller
Don Sames
Darlene Duglasa
hs Typesetting: Joalyce Graham


Life Christian Fellowship of
Savannah, Ga., will delivery
" the message at the 5 p.m.
service.
The public is invited to all
services.

Annual health
fair offers
free
screenings
The fourth annual Union
-County Health Fair will be
held Friday, Nov. 18, from 9
a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
More than 25 vendors will
be present offering free health
screenings including blood
sugar, blood pressure, bone
density and more.
There will be free food and
prizes. The Union County
Health Fair is sponsored by
Lake Butler Hospital and
Surgery Center and Florida
Council on Crime and
Delinquency..
For more information, call
(386) 496-2323.

LB meets
second
Monday of


month
The city of Lake Butler
City Commission meets the
second Monday of each
month at 5:15 p.m. The
meetings are held in the city
hall building located at 200
S.W. First Ave; in Lake-
Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
.3401.


Have confidence that if you
have done a little thing
well, you can do a bigger'
thing well, too.
-Joseph Storey



Hope awakens, courage.
He who can implant
courage in the human soul
is the best physician.
-Karl Ludwig von Knebel
***


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Early Learning
Coalition to
meet
The Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's
Gateway Inc. will hold an
executive committee
meeting on Monday, Nov.
7, at 4 p.m. The meeting
will be held at the ELCFG
office and the board meeting
will be held on Wednesday,
Nov. 9, at 9 a.m. in the
Columbia County School
Board Office, S.O.S.
building, room 130 in Lake
City. For more information,
call Heidi Moore at (386)
752-9770. Notice has been
made of this meeting,
through publication, to
cover the "Government in
the Sunshine" Law.


Support group
hosts
workshop
The Family Caregiver
Support Group will host a
workshop entitled "Taking -
Care of You during the
Holidays." The workshop
will take place on Tuesday,
Nov. 29, at Mom Barker's
Store located at the corner
of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18 in
Worthington Springs. The
workshop begins at 5:30
p.m. Limited respite
opportunities are available.
For more information,
contact Carolyn Jones or
Velma Chandler at (800)
.717-3277.


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Olson. "We are now looking to s aliva, contact with opeu n cts Events being
the strategies in this program and through the mouth, eyes n t
to help us help them." and nose. planned to
According to a handout What is exposure to rabies? honor Veteran's
distributed by---Olson, the Exposure to the virus means o
department has adopted a new you may have had contact with Day
strategicfocusandis turning to the animal's saliva or may have The Union county Veteran's
program models, treatments been bitten or scratched by an Day celebratory events are
and management tools that infected animal. The blood of scheduled for Friday, Nov. I.
have been demonstrated by an infected animal does noted for Friday, Nov. 11.
research to be effective in contain thevirus. They begin with a ceremony
reducing subsequent criminal What animals get rabies? at the Veteran's Monument on
activity among youthful Any mammal can get rabies. In Main Street in Lake Butler at 9
offenders. the United States the most a.m., followed by a parade
"The majority of juvenile common wild animals are- through the town at 11 a.m.
crime is committed by a small raccoons; skufks, bats, foxes The cadets of the Union
of-the-rac s CountyHigh School Tiger.
-er-centage of the delinquent bobcats and coyotes. Cats' C, Battalion will present a tribute
population, sa id Olson. cattle, horses and dogs are the Battalon will present a tbute
"While they do respond to most frequently reported rabid to veterans of various wars of
treatment, .it must be quality domesticanimals.- a mobile stage. Cadets 'wi"i
treatment that has been tested 'How can I help to control perform in period uniforms
and proven to-be effective in the stray animal populationtr and recognize the
h reducing subsequent offensive The best way is to spay or contributions of veterans
behaveor. neuter your pets to help reduce R evolution, Civil Wamerican-both
According to the handout, the number of unwanted and Revolution, Civil War, both
the What Works .strategy is uncared 'for animals. Call World Wars, the Korean War,
summed up in five principles. Bradford County Animal In keepingtwo warsith the traditionGulf.
The include In keeping with the tradition
They include: r h Control to report stray animals of the JROTC Program, the
mosTarget offenderswho are at (904) 964-5400. program will be completely
most at risk. How can I protect my pet student run. While the Junior
S Treat needs associated with from rabies? It is important to ROTC unit from Union
re-offending behavior. keep yotut pet's rabies County High School will be
tr Employ evidence-based vaccinations up to date. Keep coordinating the morning
treatment approaches. your cats and ferrets indoors ceremony, at 11 a.m., local
the reason grain viffendeof and keep your dogs under veteran's groups will be
the responsivity of offenders direct supervision. Call parading along with the UCHS
(mental health, IQ, gender, Bradford;. -outy -fi ,-i ,a ... "
0"Monitor implementation -Control at (904) 964-540 to cheerleaders. ,.iv
... remo.ve.stray--anMma4s.--from -----.. O.t-h-e r- .- ,-o-m-u-nrtr-
"DJJ i s fnc'. in itid efforts t your neighborhood. organizations will also
theDJJ is focusing its efforts to Why does my pet need the participate and follow a route
the incorporatments that havels rabies shot? Pets* are that passes by the courthouse
rack treatments ofat harove vaccinated to prevent them and all three schools. Cadet
track record of proven from getting the disease .from Lieutenant Colonel Curtis
effectiveness," said Olson. wildlife and then passing it on Clemons will serve as the
i They are directly associated to humans. Parade Marshal. The Lake
with reducing the risk of re- What do I do if a wild Butler VFW Post 10082 will
offending by addressing animal bites my pet? Always have barbecue dinners
specific factors' that predict call Bradford County Animal available at the Lake Butler
redivism.than 40 ears of control at (904) 964-5400 to Community Center and at the
The more than 40 years of report animal bites. Even if Veteran's Monument.
research done for this program your pet has a current rabies
indicates that certain factors vaccination, it must be
are associated with tthe reortederinary Victory
behaviors of the youth that assistance immedia tel y v.
reoffend Theyinclude How ca protect myself Center will
Anitsocial attitudes, values and my family against 'rabies
Ant...isoci y j aA' rabies. ce lebra
Sanays keep your pet's rabies lebrate
Antisocialpees and vaccinations up to date. Do not
isolationom pscialpeers feed or pet wild or str anniversary
0usAngerlHostilitye animals. Leaving pet food and Pastor Patrick Maxwell and
SPoor parental supervisionty. water. out doors can attract the members of .Victory
0 Poo parentalsupervision wild animals. Do not try to Christian Center of Lake
0 oorself-management. nurse' sick animals to health; Butler will celebrate the eighth
p ..,.Temperamental and contact animal services for church anniversary on.Sunday,
personality factors including, assistance..... Nov. 13, at 11:30 a~m. and 5
psychopathology, impulsivity, What should Ido ifa wild or p. 13 :30 and m.
aggressive energy, domestic animal bites me? To Services will be held at the
egocentricism, below-average decrease the chance 'of Lake Butler Elementary School
skills. g infection, immediately wash Cafeteria. Also, Pastor
To track how well these the wound -withsoap and water Maxwell will ordain Brother
programs ther 10 minutes. Seek medical Stanley Youpg and Biother
programs work. theDJ as, a Attention immediately. Contact Stevie Kelly as deacons.
program in place known as the Bradford County Animal Pastor Merton Clark of....
Correctional 'Program Control at (904) 964-5400 or Tuth Revealed Minisies of
.Assessment Inventory. It is .Environmeital Health atr(904) Palm Bay will speak atthe
being piloted as a ineasure-of r H thoe(9 ) Pm Bay ilspk at.the
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FESTIVAL
Continued from p. 1A
traveled the world over. They
have been performing for over
25 years and their latest album,
No Assembly Required, was
released in April of 2004.
Mindwalk, Gainesville's own
super group of jazz, celebrates
the release of their third CD.
Their music offers a lyrical
approach and a soaring
virtuosity appealing to the
heart as well as the mind.
These musical treats are
absolutely free and open to the
public.
The festival is free and open
to the public from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. all weekend.
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Surplus
commodities
to be
distributed
The Suwannee River
Economic Council will be
distributing U.S.
Department of Agriculture
surplus commodities on
Wednesday, Nov. 10, from
8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Commodities will be
distributed at the council's
headquarters, located at 855
S.W. Sixth Ave. in Lake
Butler. Any household
whose maximum gross
income is less than the state-
established maximum for
the appropriate household
size is eligible. Anyone
receiving food stamps,
AFDC, SSI, Medicaid or
residence in government
housing are also eligible.
For more information, call
(386) 496-2342.




LEGALS

PUBLIC AUCTION
-Pursuant to Florida Statute.#83.801
the Lake Butler Mini Storage located
at 1170 SW 6th ST Lake Butler FL
32054 will be having Auction Sale
Saturday Nov 12th 2005 at 12 noon
for the following units
Unit #34. Kevin Truett, PO BOX 325.
Worthintonn.nFgsL 32697
Daisy Thomton,
PO BOX 625, Lake Butler, FL 32054
Unit # 40, Patrick Southerland, 115
:West 9th St, Newton, KS 67114
Unit # 31, Joy Pittman, 511 SW 14
St., Lake Butler FL, 32054
'Unit # 2, Suzanne Lee, 850 E Main
St., Lake Butler, FL 32054
S Unit # 11, Maurice Griffin, PO BOX
;735, Lake Butler, FL 32054
Unit # 12, Elma Denise Green, PO
BOX 394, Alachua, FL 32616
'Unit # 30, James Cribs, RT # 2 Box
!963, Lake Butler, FL 32054
:Unit # 1, Daffaney Blount, 20 NW 10
:Avenue, Lake Butler, FL 32054
:Questions call Leslie Cerna at
.904-430-0196.
1027 3tchg. 11/10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0025
:CITIBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE,
'Plaintiff
:vs.
;DEBORAH L FLOYD; DONALD E.
'FLOYD; BEN CAMPEN;
:UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DONALD
'E. FLOYD; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
:OF BEN CAMPEN; PACIFIC
i PREMIER BANK F/K/A LIFE BANK;
.THE PROVIDENT BANK; JOHN
:DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
-THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
.Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
S C SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated the 12th day of
:October, 2005, and entered in Case
;No. 63-2005-CA-0025, of the Circuit
Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
Sfor Union County, Florida, wherein
CITIBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE, is
the Plaintiff and DEBORAH L.
;FLOYD; DONALD E. FLOYD; BEN
CAMPEN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
"OF DONALD E. FLOYD;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BEN
CAMPEN; PACIFIC PREMIER
BANK F/K/A LIFE BANK; THE
PROVIDENT BANK; JOHN DOE;
JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS() IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are the
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT LOBBY OF
COURTHOUSE at the Union County
Courthouse, in LAKE BUTLER,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 10th day
of November, 2005, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final judgment, to wit:
LOT 49-B OF UPLAND PINfcb
PLANTATION, AN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION
DESCRIPTION


A TRACT OF LAND LYING IN
SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCING AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 20 (ALSO BEING THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
SECTION 21) AND THENCE RUN
N 8627'24" E ALONG THE NORTH
LINE OF SECTION 21, A
DISTANCE OF 2021.94 FEET;
THENCE S 2046'29" E, A
DISTANCE OF 619.62 FEET TO
THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE (R/W) OF SARA LANE;
THENCE S 3032'36" E, A
DISTANCE OF 60 FEET TO THE
SOUTH R/W LINE OF SARA LANE;
THENCE 9 86o27'24" W. ALONG


SAID SOUTH R/W LINE, A
DISTANCE OF 1955.00 FEET TO
THE PONT OF CURVATURE OF A
TANGENT CURVE, CONCAVE TO
THE SOUTH, HAVING A RADIUS
OF 1115.92 FEET AND A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 2342'25"; THENCE
WESTERLY ALONG SAID R/W
CURVE, A DISTANCE OF 461.73
FEET TO THE END OF SAID
CURVE; THENCE S 3*32'38" E. A
DISTANCE OF 174.41 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE S 3-32'38" E,
A DISTANCE OF 309.40 FEET TO
THE NORTH R/W LINE OF A 40
FOOT COUNTY ROAD; THENCE
S 87*13'09" W, ALONG AID R/W
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 142.23
FEET; THENCE N 332'38" WEST,
A DISTANCE OF 309.40' FEET;
THENCE N 8713'09" E, A
DISTANCE OF 142.23 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING; SAID
DESCRIBED TRACT
CONTAINING 1.010 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH A 1999
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
SITUATED THERETO AND
PERMANENTLY AFFIXED
THERETO.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
disabled persons who, because of
their disabilities, need special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street,
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 or
Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496-
3711 prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 19th day of October, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
10/272tchg.11/3
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NUMBER: 63-2005-CP-0007
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROY C. DICKS, also known as R.C.
DICKS and ROY COLUMBUS
DICKS,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ROY C. DICKS, also known a R.C.
DICKS and ROY COLUMBUS
DICKS, deceased, whose date of
death was August 22, 2005, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida,.Probate Division, the
address of which is Union County
Courthouse, Room 103, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054. The names and
addresses of the Co-personal
representatives and the Co-personal
representatives' attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
-copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 'THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY'(30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditor l the dec6dent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
the date of first publication of this
notice IS OCTOBER 27, 2005.
Co-Personal Representatives
SALLY ANN DICKS
6875 NW 67th Loop
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
VALERIA D. BELL
6875 NW 67th Loop
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Attorney forCo-Personal
Representatives
DARBY, PEELE, BOWDOIN &
PAYNE
HERBERT F. DARBY
Florida Bar No. 0017901
285 Northeast Hemando Avenue
Post Office Drawer 1707
Lake City, Florida 32056-1707
Telephone: 1-386-752-4120
10/27 2thg. 11/3
INVITATION TO BID
The Board of County
Commissioners, Union County,
Florida are currently taking bids for
drainage improvements associated
with runoff from SR 238 on CR 245.
Bid specifications may be picked up
in the County Commissioners office
at 15 Northeast First Street. Lake
ButlerFlorlda, between 8:00 A.M. and
12:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.
All bids must be received back In the
same office by 12:00 PM, Monday,
November 21, 2005 Bid opening will
be on agenda item for the regular
meeting to be held Monday,
November 21, 2005 at 7:00 PM In
Room 101 of the Union County
Courthouse. The Board reserves the
right to reject any and/or all bids.
10272tchg.11/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NUMBER: 63-2005-CP-0006
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
JOHN LEWIS WILKINSON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
JOHN LEWIS WILKINSON,
deceased, whose date of death was'
June 13, 2005; Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Union County,
Florida, Probate Division, File
Number 63-2005-CP-0006, the
address of which Is 55 West Main


Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice Is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE


No. 2005-CA-0072, of the Circuit'
Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and
for Union County, Florida, wherein
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
AS 'NOMINEE FOR CENLAR
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK Is the
Plaintiff and LYN PRITZ; WJF
TRUST NO. 2; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF LYN FRITZ; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT LOBBY of Ihe Union County
Courthouse, in LAKE BUTLER,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 1st day
of December, 2005, the following
described property as set forth In sai
Final Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT 'A"
Parcel 1:
The South 90 feet of Lot 9 and Lot 10,
F.P. Odem's Addition to The City of


Nov. 3, 2005 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A


DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 27, 2005.
John E. Maines, IV
Attomey for Personal Representative
10 West Main Street
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386)496-3815
Florida Bar Number: 386804
10/27 2tchg. 11/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2005-CP-0008
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARJORIE V. VARNES,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARJORIE V. VARNES, deceased,
whose date of death was September
2, 2005, is pending In the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 05 West Main Street, Union
County Courthouse Room 103, Lake
Butler, FL 32054. The names and
addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this Notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL.
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is October 27, 2005.
Personal Representatives:
Walter T. Moore
984 South Plantation Parkway
Macon, Georgia 31220
Victor Moore
776 SW Dyal Avenue
Lake City, Florida 32024
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Russell A, Wade III
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
410 West Main Street, Suite B
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386)496-9656
10/27 2tchg. 11/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0049
ROBERTS LAND & TIMBER
INVESTMENT CORPORATION, ,
A Florida Corporation, and 1
AVERY C. ROBERTS,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
POLLY PAYNE and
NAL ACCEPTANCE
CORPORATION,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that,
pursuant to A Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the above-captioned
action, I will sell the property situated
in Union County, Florida, described
as:
Commence at the Southeast Comer
of the NE1/4 of Section 16, Township
6 South, Range 19 East, Union
County, Florida and run thence N 0
degrees, 21 '35" W along the East line
of said Section 16, 300.00 feet, thence
N 88 degrees 4714" W, 15.00 feet to
the West line of a county maintained
graded road and to the POINT OF
BEGINNING, thence continue N 88
degrees 4714" W, 912.22 feet, thence
N 16 degrees 54'45" W, 672.03 feet,
thence N 89 degrees 55'36" E,
1098.18 feet to said West line of
county maintained graded road,
thence S 0 degrees, 48'22" E along
said West line of road., 663,74 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING,
containing 15.05 acres, more or less.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the Union County
Courthouse in Lake Butler, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 1st day of
December, 2005.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Cqurt this 27th day of October.
,2005. ;
UNION COUNTY
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
WAYNE CARROLL
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 1898
Ketone Heights, Florida 32656
(352) 376-5578
Florida Bar No. 133454
11/3 2tchg. 11/10

N THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0072
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.
AS NOMINEE FOR CENLAR
FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
LYN FRITZ, et al,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ursuant to a Final Judgment of
oreclosure dated the 26th day of
October, 2005, and entered in Case


yongayp, i o irh~e 144, i w*^, To
receive public comment on the
enactment of Ordinance No. 05-06
and Ordinance No. 05-07 to amend
the Future Land Use Map of the
Comprehensive Plan and the current
Zoning Atlas of the Land
Development Regulations
respectively:
ORDINANCE NO. 05-06
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO AN AMENDMENT
OF TEN OR LESS ACRES OF
LAND TO THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE,
UNDER THE AMENDMENT
PROCEDURES ESTABLISHED IN
SECTIONS 163.3161 THROUGH
163.3215, FLORIDA STATUTES;
PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM RESIDENTIAL, LOW
DENSITY (LESS THAN OR EQUAL
TO 2 DWELLING UNITS PER
ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL (LIGHT
TO MEDIUM USE COMMERCIAL)
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY,OF. LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING' SEVFRARILITY:
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Lake Butler, Section 31, township 5 UNION County, Florida, described"
South, Range 20 East, according to as:
the plat thereof as recorded in the LOT 16, LITTLE SPRINGS FOREST
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
Court of Union County, Florida. THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
Parcel 2: RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
The East 30 feet of an unnamed PAGE 25, OF THE PUBLIC
Street situate in Government Lot 2, RECORDS OF UNION: COUNTY,
Section 31, Township 5 South, Range FLORIDA
20 East, within the Incorporate limits To include a:
of the City of Lake Butler, being more 1985 FLEETWOOD EDGE SINGLE
particularly described as follows: WIDE MOBILE HOME VIN
Commence at the NE corner of GAFL1AE39077526, Title No.
Government Lot 2, Section 31, 41427989
Township 5 South, Range 20 East, A/K/A
within the incorporate limits of the RR 2 BOX 751-1
City of Lake Butler, Florida, and LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA 32054
thence run South along the East at public sale, at 11:00 o'clock, a.m.,
boundary line of said Government Lot or as soon thereafter as same can be
2, a distance of 540 feet to the Point of done, to the highest bidder, or
Beginning; From Point of Beginning bidders, for cash, IN THE LOBBY OF
thus described, thence run West 30 THE UNION COUNTY
feet, thence run South to the North COURTHOUSE, 55 W. MAIN
boundary of the Georgia Southern and STREET, LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054,
Florida Railroad, thence run on the 1st day of December, 2005.
Southeasterly along the North DATED THIS 27TH DAY OF
boundary line of said Railroad to the OCTOBER, 2005.
East boundary line of said CLERK OF COURT
Government Lot 2, thence run North By: Julia Croft
along the East boundary line of said Deputy Clerk
Government Lot 2 to the Point of Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
Beginning, said parcel lying and being 9204 King Palm Drive
in Government Lot 2, Section 31, Tampa, FL33619-1328
Township 5 South, Range 20 East, Attorney for Plaintiff
within the incorporated limits of the In accordance with the Americans
City of Lake Butler, Florida. with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
In accordance with the Americans disabled persons who, because of
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), their disabilities, need special
disabled persons who, because of accommodation to participate in this
their disabilities, need special proceeding should contact the ADA
accommodation to participate in this Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street,
proceeding should contact the ADA Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 or
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Street, Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496-
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054 or 3711 prior to such proceeding.
Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496- 11/32tchg. 11/10
3711 prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 27th day of October, 2005. NOTICE OF PUBLIC
REGINA PARRISH HEARING AND ENACTMENT
Clerk of the Circuit Court OF ORDINANCES
1 By: Julia Croft BY THE CITY COMMISSION
Deputy Clerk OF THE CITY OF LAKE
Law Office of Marshall C. Watson BUTLER.
1800NW49thStreet, Suite120 The City Of Lake Butler City
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 Commission will hold a Public
Telephone: (954) 453-0365 Hearing at 5:15 PM or as shortly
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 thereafter as possible at the Regular
11/32tchg. 11/10 Meeting of the Commission on
Monnrda November 14A 2005. t,


REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 05-07
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
RELATING TO THE REZONING
OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
BY THE PROPERTY OWNER OF
SAID ACREAGEE ; AMENDING THE
OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS;
PROVIDING FOR REZONING
FROM RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE
FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) TO
COMMERCIAL GENERAL (CG)
ON CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE..
The proposed Ordinances may be
examined at the office of the City
Manager between the hours of 8:00
AM and 4:30 PM, Monday through
Friday, at City Hall. The public
hearing will be held in the City
Commission Chambers at City Hall
at 200 S. W. 1st Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, 32054. All interested parties
may appear and be heard with
respect to these proposed
ordinances. All persons are advised
that if they need to appeal any
decision made at tlqs meeting, a
verbatim record of the proceedings
may be needed. Written comments
may be submitted to the above
address to the attention of Richard O.
Tillis, Land Development
Administrator. All interested persons
are invited to attend and comment
Richard 0. Tillis
City Clerk
11/3 l1thg.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
The City Commission, acting as the
Board of Adjustment and the Local
Planning Agency of the City of Lake
Butler will hold a Public Hearing
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes
and the amended Lake Butler Land
Development Regulations, Section
3.2.5, Variances, to receive public
comment, objections and/or
recommendations on the following:
1. A request to approve a variance to
the number of residential units per
acre as noted in Section 4.9.6.3 of the
Lake Butler Land Development
Regulations for RMF-1
developments, varying the required
square feet of land area per unit
allowance from 5,445 s.fJunit to allow
5,034 s.fJunit.
This application is on file in the office
of the Land Development
Administrator at City Hall, 200 S. W.
1st Street, Lake Butler, Fla. and may
be examined upon request during
normal business hours.
The hearing is open to the public in
order to receive public comment in
favor of or opposition to the
application. This hearing will be
conducted in the Commission
Chambers at City Hall, located at 200
S.W. 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida
at 5:15 PM or as shortly thereafter as.
the matter can' be heard on
November 14, 2005. All interested
parties are invited to Pnd and be
heard.
1/3Itchg.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CA-0077
CIVIL DIVISION
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
THOMAS J. DRAWDY, JR.; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF THOMAS
J. DRAWDY, JR.; IF LIVING,
INCLUDING ANY UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1, UNKNOWN TENANT
#2,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that,
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in
the above-styled cause, in the Circnit
Court of UNIONICounty, Fibidg, 1'
will sell the property situate 'in'
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Archer honored for contribution to FDUCHS offers
Archer honored for contribution to FD tutoringe


classes
Union County High
School will be offering
tutoring classes Monday-
Thursday after school from
3:15-4:15 p.m. Students can
receive help in academic
subjects or FCAT skills.
The tutoring will be
ongoing. Parents wishing to
enrol.l their children in
tutoring can either fill out
the form sent home with
their child or pick one up at
the front office. For more
information, contact
Geraldine Griffis at (386)
496-3040 ext. 4946.

Family
Caregiver
Support
Group to meet
The Family Caregiver
Support Group will meet on
Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 5:30


p.m. The meeting will take
place at Mom Barker's
Store located at the corner
of S.R. 121 and C.R. 18 in
Worthington Springs. For
more information call
Velma Chandler at (800)
717-3277.

Pneumonia
vaccine
available at
UCHD
Pneumonia vaccines are
currently available at the
Union County Health
Department. The vaccine is
recommended for persons
aged 65 and over and for
persons under 65 who are at
high-risk for pneumonia.
High-risk categories include
those with chronic disease
of the heart, liver or lungs
and those with diabetes. For.
more information or to
schedule an appointment,
call the UCHD at (386) 496-
3211.


uc
homeschool
group taking
fiel&-j"ip
The Union County Rome
School Association will be
going on a field trip to St.
Augustine on Friday, Nov.
11. All home schooling
families are welcome. For
more information, contact
Dawn Brown at (386) 496-
9783.

UCH$ Class of
1995 planning
reunion
I The Union County High
School Class of 1995 is
planning a reunion. If you
are a graduate or know a
graduate, please contact
Amanda Roberts Smith at
(386) 496-4506 or Rebekah
Welch Huffmam at (404)
402-5774.


Recently at a Lake Butler city commission meeting, Doyle Archer was recognized for,
his contributions to the community. Archer, owner of Archer Funeral Home In Lake
Butler, allowed members of the Union County, Lake Butler and Worthington Springs
Volunteer Fire Departments use his company's vans to travel back and forth to
Macclenny to participate in classes that allowed them to update their certification":In
tntal tha nrni tIn -ralva l ii-> ai l1 An 9 2 IIUila > UnIxn I *i IaII IA IIA fLa iM lIiI_.


iovia ie group raIVeIeU more I anIl ,t uu iies during IIII e lrour montins OI training.
"Without the use of the van, many of personnel would not have been able to travel to
and from Maclenny to get this state mandated training," said LBVFD Chief Mike
*Banks. "Mr. Archer'sjontributions to the fire department have helped the departmentU
-a greatde-al." Recently, Archer went Into the hospital for back surgery. Complications
have forced him to stay longer than expected. According to Minister Art Peterson of
First Christian Church of Lake Butler, Archer had some tense moments. "I'm asking
everyone to keep Mr. archer In their prayers," said Peterson. "We're hoping for a
speedy recovery for him." As of press time, Sheriff Jerry Whitehead said that Archer
was alert, but for just brief periods of time. "He's doing much better than he has
been," said Whitehead. "He's In our prayers, and we hope to see him home shortly."
The picture above shows. Banks (middle) presenting Archer (right) with a plaque from
the department that expresses Its gratitude. Curtis Allen (left) of A and AA Transport
Is also pictured.

services as occurred to our Gulf Interdiction Stations and for
Hurricanes Coast neighbors." vehicles. The unit inspects an
They include: estimated 12 million
pro mI ptS 5* 5 additional inspectors in commercial vehicles entering or
S' depa m"nt' s Fooa Saft' y leaving the state each year, and
increased Division, ;swJlLs.Sguignt;, 'ii "addition to- eepingilafit
at a cost of about $800,000. and animal pest and diseases
budget The division inspects and out of Florida, the law
regulates some 50,000 retail enforcement unit during the
requests food stores, tests food products past 3 years has detected and
The devastating hurricanes of to determine their safety and seized more than $13 million
this past summer underscore removes unsafe food from the in narcotics and stolen goods,
the vulnerability that coastal marketplace. I as well as having detained
states face, and the Department $1.2 million for a new more than 300 illegal aliens.
of Agriculture and Consumer mosquito-suppression aircraft 7 positions in the
Services' budget request for the to replace a 1941 DC-10 that department's Consumer
coming year is seeking has been modified to spray for Services Division, which fields
increased funding and mosquitoes but is barely, up to about 300,000 calls from
manpower for health, safety and the job. Following Florida's consumers each year, conducts
security programs vital to unprecedented four hurricanes thousands of investigations
protecting Florida, in 2004, Bronson's agency was and has received more than
Commissioner Charles H. involved in the aerial treatment 8,000 price-gouging calls into
Bronson announced today. of some 8 million acres in 24 its hotline this summer and fall
Budget enhancements being counties to reduce the in the wake of this summer's
sought include additional mosquito population to protect hurricanes.
inspectors who are responsible public health. Some $60 million in
for assuring the safety of the 10 additional pesticide- General Revenue funds for
state's food supply, a safety inspectors, who are citrus canker eradication and
mosquito-suppression airplane responsible for inspecting an compensation, a program that is
to replace an antiquated and estimated 44,000 farms and vital for the preservation of
inefficient 1941 DC-10, a ranches in Florida to protect Florida $9 billion, citrus
beefed-up pesticide safety the health and safety of industry and the estimated
inspection force and additional Florida's farm workers. 90,000 jobs that are tied to it.
consumer-protection personnel Some $6 million in new "As with any budget request,
dedicated to combating scams equipment and fire-fighting we recognize that we are
and ripoffs that target Florida vehicles for the department's competing, with many other
consumers. Division of Forestry, which state agencies with pressing
"If we needed any reminders manages about 1 million acres needs," Bronson said. "
after our own hurricane of state land and fights Men may second fortune,
experiences in 2004, we wildfires throughout Florida. but they cannot thwart her-
certainly got them this past The division also assists They may weave her web,
summer when we witnessed the during natural disasters such as but they cannot break it.
devastation in Louisiana and' hurricanes, including clearing -Niccolo Machiavelli
Mississippi from Hurricanes roads, assisting in search-and- coMach
Katrina and Rita," Bronson rescue, missions and manning
asking Governor Bush and the 'Some $4.5 million for the
Florida Legislature to provide department's Office of U S MIN E S
in our budget are being sought Agricultural Law Enforcement
to prevent a meltdown in vital for improvements to its 22 | ,


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Union County Public Library does the "Rattle Bone Rock"



The Union County Public
Library got-ilto the 4
Halloween spirit Oct. 29 ,.'-
during its Monster Mash.
The library was closed to
make way for the ghostly
gathering. Many events
went on during the four
hour event. The Rattle
Bone Rock and the
Monster Mash were just
some of the many events
participants got to enjoy.






44 Silas Wilson and Terri Brown show off
their Halloween spirit. The duo helped
Brown perform the Rattle Bone Rock story.


UCPL Director May Brown tells the tale of the Rattle Bone Rock to a group of
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This group of pre-schoolers were given their own area of fun. The group enjoyed
events of the not-so-scary sort.


Beal Bhatt and Mary Weatherholt join Brown
in the performance of the Ratle Bone Rock.


County
commission
meets third
Monday:
;The Union County Board
of County Commissioners
meets on the third Monday
of each month beginning at
7 p.m. The meeting is held
in the county commission
chambers located inside the
Union County Courthouse
located at 55 W. Main St. in
Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
4241.


Historical
society
accepts
items
- The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Items can be taken to the
Townsend Building-located
on S.R. 100 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


Almost one in three
families In the U.S. and
France own a dog.
Germany and
Switzerland have one
dog for every 10
families.


If an airline loses your
Items make a claim
before you leave the
airport; some airlines
will not honor claims
made after you have left
the airport.


Calling all
artisans and
crafts persons
Hear ye! Hear ye! King John
and Robin Hood and his Merry
Men would like to extend a
royal invitation to all medieval
artisans. Travel back in time as
the City of. Gainesville
presents the 20th annual
Hoggetowne Medieval Faire.
Located at the Alachua County
Fairgrounds, the two-weekend
event will take place Jan. 28-29
and Feb. 3-5.
More than 150 artisans will
sell their wares in an authentic,
medieval marketplace.
Applications must be
postmarked no later than
Sunday, Nov. 20.
For more information and
application guidelines, please
contact Linda Piper at (352)
334-5064 .or visit the Faire's
Web site at
www.gvlculturalaffairs.org.
Display your time-honored
crafts as more than 50,000
enthusiastic visitors stroll, the
streets of the medieval
marketplace. Take them back to
the' days of original
blacksmithing, leatherworking,
woodcarving, jewelry making,
ceramics and so much more!
All work must maintain the


medieval theme, and
participants must follow Faire
guidelines regarding period-
style dress and interaction with
visitors in the appropriate
medieval manner. Booths are
expected to have period-style
decoration, and booth fees
range from $165-$420.
Artisans will join musicians,
actors and performers as the
royal entourage processes
through the streets of
Hoggetowne twice daily. The
Faire features seven stages of
continuous entertainment
including Celtic music, witty
comedians, gypsy dancers,
period-style singers and
mystifying magicians. Knights
jousting on the tournament
field, and visitors cheering on
their heroes during living chess
matches contribute to the
exciting atmosphere. Human-
powered push-rides, old-world
games and animal rides will
make the Faire a fun experience
for all.
Make sure you are part of a
colorful cast of characters as
the Hoggetowne Medieval
Faire celebrates its 20th year.


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NOTICE

TAX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT

BOARD COUNTY OF UNION

TAX YEAR 2005


MEMBERS OF BOARD


Honorable M. Wayne Smith
Board of County Commissioners, District 4

Honorable K. Melaine Clyatt
Board of County Commissioners, District 3


Honorable Ricky Jenkins
Board of County Commissioners, District 5

Honorable Sandra Floyd
School Board, District 4


Honorable Alvin Griffis
School Board, District 2

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render decisions
relating to ad valorem tax assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.
THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTIONS BY THE BOARD


Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6
Number of Total Number of Total Number of ctio
Type of Exemption Number of Assessments Requests for Vedu e Sin D
TRdable Value Due Shift in Tax Dollars
Property Reuest. Granted Exemption Reduced byThe Assessment t9 BadAt
by the Board Requests Board Reductions t Board Acon
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$4,802.44


Commercial

Industrial &
Miscellaneous
Agricultural or
Classified use
Business
Machinery &
Equipment
Vacant Lots
and Acreage
Total


ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE
TAXABLE VALUE CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE
PROPORTIONALLY HIGHER


Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chairperson or clerk
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Older
UCSO helps to keep violence out of schools Americans
Act helps UC


On Friday, Oct. 21,Union County Sheriff's Deputy Mindy "Dynamite" Goodwin visited
Lake Butler Elementary School during National Safe Schools Week. She did a
presentation with the boys and girls on gun safety and violence. She presented a
pledge for the students. The pledge said, "If I see a gun, I won't touch It. I will tell a,.
trusted adult. I will remember that any gun I see might be loaded. I know how
important it is to keep myself safe."
The visit from Goodwin was twofold. She also did a kickoff for Red Ribbon Weekf
which was held last week In Union County Schools. Look in next week's issue for
more photos and Information on the activities and events that were teld-last week
during Red Ribbon Week. Pictured from L-R are, first row, AJ Baker and James
Suttles. Second row: Javlan Beard, Brandon Bell, Johnathan TIndall, Marquha
Mabery, Goodwin, Adam Martinez, Donald Holder and Michael Rizer.




LBES second-graders make ice cream


,Recently, Verona DeLoach's second-grade class at Lake Butler Elementary School
had the opportunity to make Ice cream in a can. Union County 4-H program assistant
Colin Coody came to the school to help the students create the frozen treat. A
smaller container, which held the cream Inside, was placed into a large metal can.
The smaller container was then surrounded with Ice and a lid placed on it. The
students then rolled the can around on the floor until the mixture inside became Ice
cream. The project was done as part of the Union County 4-H school enrichment
program. All the students wrote Coody a letter afterward thanking him for the
program. Plcutred above Is DeLoach's class. From L-R, they are Meagan Adkins,
Robert Trueblood, Brittany Regar, Carly Shaw, Kevin Schllpf, Ryan Jones, Connor
Jones, Samantha Massey, Ryan Neumann, Wyatt Garmon, Allie Hedman, Ashlee Will
and Coody.


The words to the Battle Hymn of the Republic were
written by Julia Ward Howe in 1861 after visiting army
camps around Washington.


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exertion and working of our
sensitive, intellectual, moral
and physical machinery
that keeps us from rusting,
and so becoming useless.
-Charles Simmons

Love is a fruit in season at
all times, and within reach
of every hand.
-Mother Teresa


I


seniors
The Older Americans Act
provides a variety of
services to seniors in Union
County. Home delivered
meals, nutrition education,
telephone reassurance,
recreation, health support
and congregate meals are
just some of the many
services the program offers.
For more information about
these programs, contact the
Suwannee River Economic
Council at (386) 496-2342.


YMCA looking
for counslers
and volunteers
The North Central Florida
chapter of the YMCA is
looking for counslers and
volunteers for its afterschool
program. Individuals are
needed from 1:45 p.m. until
6 p.m. to work with
elementary to.middle-school
-aged children. Training
before the program begins
will be provided. For more
information call (904) 964-
9622.


Rock Riders
plan charity.
event
The Rock Riders Motorcycle
Club is planning a charity ride
on Saturday, Nov. 19,
beginning at 9 a.m. in front of
Spires IGA in Lake Butler.
The ride will benefit the
Union County Toys for Kids
program. Riders will meet at 9
a.m. and the ride will be gin at
10 a.mr'. It will last
approximately two hours. A
$25 donation will be accepted
for each motorcycle on the
ride. Passengers are included
in the fee.
After the ride, a $5 donation
will get riders a chili dinner at
Spires. The dinner will be
provided by the Union County
High School Interact Club. All
motorcycle enthusiasts are
encouraged to come out and
ride. The event is open to the
public.
All proceeds will go to the
Union County Toys for Kids
program. The event is being
sponsored by the UCI
Employee's Club. For more
information, or to sign up, call
Mary Brown at (386) 496-
3432, Tony Crosby (8 a.m.-5
p.m.) Chuck Davis (4 p.m.-12
a.m.) or John Turner (8 a.m.-4
p.m. at UCI at (386) 431-2000.


SREC offers
home repair
help
Is your home suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted
entrance or lack of heated
water? If so, the Suwannee
River Economic Council
has a program that may help
pay for those needed
repairs. Assistance is based
on income. Applications for
the program can be picked
up at SREC, which is
located on S.R. 231 just
across from Tiger's Den
Daycare. For more
information call (386) 496-
2342.


Dial a Story
available to
children
Young children of Union
County are invited to call
Dial a Story. Children can
hear a story by calling (386)
496-2542. Dial a Story is a
free telephone service for
children brought to you by
the Union County Public
Library. Stories are
appropriate for young
children and are changed
weekly.


Tentative Five Year Work Program
District Two
Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2006-June 30, 2011


The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, announces a public
hearing (Tentative Work Program for Fiscal Years beginning July 1, 2006, through
June 30, 2011) to which all persons are invited to attend and be heard.
Assistance for disabled persons may be arranged by contacting Mr. Bill Henderson,
District Planning & Environmental Manager, Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-
2967 at least ten (10) days in advance of the Public Hearing.
Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions for
Dixie, Levy, Gilchrist, Bradford, Alachua, Union and Columbia counties serving as
MPO for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, November 29, 2005, at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Lake City District Office, Madison Room
. -, 1109 SouthaUion.AyeneLakBCity,.Florida
The proposed improvements have been developed in accordance with the Civil Rights
Act of 1964, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Under Title VI and Title VIII of the
United States Civil Rights Act any persons) or beneficiary who believes they have
been subjected to discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or familial status may file a written complaint to the Florida
Department of Transportation's Equal Opportunity Office in Tallahassee or contact the
District's Title VI and Title VIII Coordinator in Lake City.
Central Office: Florida Department of Transportation, Equal Opportunity Office,
605 Suwannee Street MS65, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0450
District Office: Florida Department of Transportation, District Two, Title VI & Title
VIII Coordinator, 1109 South Marion Avenue MS2016, Lake City, FL 32025-5874
This Public Hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida
Statutes, to consider the Department's Tentative Work Program for the period 2006-
07 through 2010-11, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the
Program.
Written comments from the Commission and other interested parties will be received
by the Department at the Public Hearing and within ten days thereafter. Comments
should be addressed to:
Charles W. Baldwin, P.E., District Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation, District Two
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967


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410 W. Main St.
Lake Butler
386-496-1093


MAIN OFFICE
100 E. Call St., Starke
904-964-5278
www.northfloridachamber.com


Keystone Heights
Melrose Office
7380 SR-21
Keystone Heights
352-473-4550


Where
West C(all Street
between Bay and
Broadway streets


Wben
Friday,
Nov. 25
From 4-8 p.m.


omne for tfhte Johbaps

Great Food Live Entertainment Gift Vendors
Raffles Auctions Beautiful Decorations
Moonwalk Air Trampoline
Professional Photos With Santa by Brenda Thornton
""HtomeZrntheio1ds"tls- an-event for the whole fOdmIltth proceeds used toward the beautification of
West Call Street. Vendors and volunteers wanted. Call 964-5278.
This event is hosted by Main Street Starke, Inc., Results Fitness Center, Denmark Furniture and Talisha Cunningham, DMD, PA


Chamber members find that Downtown Starke is a great place to do business


The Olde Town Meeting House owner Don
Githens invites you to try the house favorite
"Big Dog" or sample a homemade ice crean


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The Call Street Bakery will open early December.
Stop in and see the new owner, Virginia Kay, and
welcome her to the neighborhood.


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BASH
When: Thursday, Nov. 3 (tonight)
Where: New River Solid Waste
Time: 5-7 p.m.
RAIFORD
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DEVELOPMENT COUNCIl


Friday, Nov. 4
Noon
NFRCC Boardroom
STARKE


When:
Time:
Where:


LUNCH AND LEARN
When: Monday, Nov. 7
Time: Noon
Where: Shoney's in Starke


RIBBON CUTTING
When: Wednesday, Nov. 9
Time: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: Lake City Community College
J-Ieavy hors d'oeuvres will be served
LAKE CITY
BRADFORD COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


When:
Time:
Where:
BASHi
When:
Where:
Time:


Thursday, Nov. 10
Noon
NFRCC Boardroom, Starke


VETERAN'S DAY
When: Friday, Nov. 11
MAIN STREET STARKE. INC. BOARD


MEETING
When: Tuesday,.Nov. 15
Time: 8 a.m.
Where: NFRCC Boardroom
STARKE
CHAMBER BOARD MEETING


When:
Time:
Where:


Thursday, Nov. 10
Windsor Manor, 602 E. Laura St., Starke
5-7 p.m.


Thursday, Nov. 17
Noon
Capital City Bank
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score, and the water supply
system accounts. for 40 percent
of the score.
The survey looks at certain
functions within- these areas,
then gives them credits. In the
area of receiving and handling
alarms, the survey gave -the
city an 8.25 out of a possible
10 credits. The city's water
supply ranked high as well. It
received 34.09 out of possible
40 points.
The rating will benefit the
residents of the city the most.
Insurance companies that issue-
homeowner's insurance use the
ratings as one of many factors,
to issue policies. The lower an
ISO rating, the more money a-
policy holder saves on his or:
her insurance.
All other Union County-
residents will continue to have:
an ISO rating of 9. The city is'
the only place in the county,-
besides both prisons, that have:
access to a fire hydrant system.:
This is one of the main factors:
in the city's rating.
The consultants that helped
the city obtain the rating'
presented the letter to council]
members, at their September.
cornmmission- -meeting.- -Mike
Yarbrough and Skip Starling
advised the city on what steps
were necessary for the city to.
achieve the lower rating. : :
City Manager Richard Tillis
said the money and time sperit
to lower the city's ISO rating
was well worth it.
"It's like the citizens are
getting a tax break," said Tillis;
"By them not having to put out
so much money for insurance;
it's essentially helping them
pay other city taxes.". -
Banks said he was proud of
his. personnel that helped, hfii
obtain this rating.
"Without the personnel I
have backing me up, we would
have never obtained tbis
rating," said Banks. "It' ij
because of them that we are
where we are at today."
The new rating will -be
issued to insurance companies
sometime in the near future.
Those purchasing or re-
purchasing should see the
effects for the ratings shortly;

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Lake Butler Elementary first graders learn fire safety




Recently, Lake Butler
Elementary School first grade
teachers Sherry Park, Sheree
Alvarez, Sue Lagasse, Gail
Hedrick, Amy Hartley and
Shirley Dampier invited
members of the fire
department to speak to their a
classes during National Fire
Prevention Week. The classes
got to see what tools
firefighters use to put out
fires. They also got a look at
the special clothes used to
help keep firefighters safe.dt
Firefighter Matt Wilder with
the Clay County Fire
,Department came in to talk to
the.children about fire safety. Matt Wilder, son of Clay County
He reminded them that ..Firefighter Matt Wilder, takes a tour of
anytime there is a fire to dial the engine.
911. He also demonstrated
how to get out of a building
that is on fire. "Remember to
get as low as you can
possibly get below the
smoke," said Wilder. He then
put on his gear to help the Sherree Alvarez's class stands in fro nt of the Union County Volunteer Fire
children recognize what a Department's Engine five. From L-R they are, first row, Micahel Crawford,
firefighter will look like if they Jordon Smith, Alora Greek, Morgan Arnold and Alyssa Bivins. Second row,
are trapped in a burning Tameshia Waters, Lee Graham, Shaun Addison, Samantha Redmond, Erick
building. The children were Martinez and Jonathon Hobson.
then able to take a tour of a
real fire truck courtesy of the
Union County Volunteer Fire
Department. Jonathon Hobson and Alora Greek see


what tools firefighters use to putout fires.


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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


Student
attacks lead


to arrests
A 17-year-old Bradford High
School student was arrested,
Oct. 31 in the latest attack on
another student.
The 10th grader was charged
with battery and. retaliation
against a victim, according to
School Resource Deputy
Chuck Johnson. She was
suspended from tfie'high school
and turned over to the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice
The victim, a 14-year-old
student, identified her assailant
after she was assaulted in a
.bathroom at the school last
Friday, Oct. 28. The 'ictim
was Laken to Shands Starke for
-treatment of her injuries and
later released, Deputy Johnson
said.
The victim was firt
assaulted in a school bathro.-m
Sept. 28. She received injuries
that required being transported
to Shands Starke. She %.as
treated and released, Deput%
Johnson said. That incident
remains under investigation
The attacks apparently stem
from a Sept. 1.3 incident %hen
the victim reported that tv.o
males had groped her, Deput\
Johnson said. The males "ere
subsequently arrested and
suspended from school. The,
are pending expulsion hearings
before the Bradford Count\
School Board, Deputy Johnson
said.
Following the expulsion of
the two boys, ages 14 and 15.
two girls claiming to be friends
of the boys, cornered and
threatened the victim in
retaliation for the boys' arrests.
Deputy Johnson said. The two
girls were charged with a
felony count of retaliation
against a victim for threatening
the victim. They %kere
suspended from school, Deputy
Johnson said.
All incidents remain under
investigation with the sheriff.
state attorney and school board
working together to present
future incidents, Depu t
Johnsoinssaid.


on it and a piece of a 4x4
emblem were found inside the
fence, Trooper Ward said..One
of the victims said she heard a
crash, but when she left the.
house-all-she saw was a large
pickup truck with a--loud
exhaust fleeing the scene,
.Trooper Ward said.
Efforts to locate the vehicle
were unsuccessful.
Later the same day one of the
victims located the vehicle


with a missing front grill and Trooper Ward said.
extensive damage sitting on the Rosier was released from
side of Northwest 216th Street. custody after a $5,000 surety
A business card with the bond was posted.
owner's name was on the seat Property damage is estimated
of the truck, at $1,050.
Archibald Cedric Rosier was
questioned but stated he-did-not Two
remember anything or how he WO arrested
got home. His truck was not in fOf fighting
the driveway when he woke up, r..,,
but he found it off-th.eside of T three men were'arrested Oct..
216th Street and drove it home--24-4-n-P.op.e's-.parking lot in


Starke.
Doug Wayne Slayton, 23, of
Manassas, Va. and James
Anthony Ray Golmon, 24, of
Gainesville were charged with
affray (fighting) in the lot,
according to Officer Mark
Lowery. Both men smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage, Officer Lowery said.
. A third person, Jose Manuel
Soto, 28,: of Hopewell,: Va.


was charged with driving while
license suspended, according to
Officer Shawn Swain. He
stated he was driving because
Slayton and Golmon had been
drinking, Officer. Swain said. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Slayton and Golmon, were
released Oct. 26 after $1,000
surety bonds were posted.


Improper
'disposal of
fetus gets
woman
arrested
A 50-year-old Starke woman
is being held on charges of
disposing of a fetus that was
delivered by a friend.
Carolyn Padgett was arrested
Oct. 28 by Investigator Ke\ in
Mueller on charges of improper
disposal of fetal remains and
tampering with: evidence.
Padgett was questioned on three
separate occasions after police
heard rumors of the mother.
Patti Sue Williams, delivering
a baby .maybe 10 weeks ago.
but no one knew what had
happened to the baby.
In estigator Mueller said.
Padgett finallN admitted she
had disposed of the fetus after
Williams, miscarried. Williams
cut the' umbilical cord and
Padgett wrapped the remains in
a plastic food container. She
placed the container in an
abandoned .truck behind, a
business on Lake Street where
it was recovered by police.
Findings by the 'medical
examiner were consistent with
a miscarriage. The fetus was 16
to 17 weeks '.old, Investigator
Mueller said.
Williams, 29, will be
charged, when she is located.
for her involvement in the
improper disposal, Investigator
Mueller said.
Padgett remains in custody.
under a $250,000 bond.

Leaving
scene of
crash gets
man arrested
A 45-year-old Lawtey man
was arrested Oct. 30 for leaving
the scene of an accident
involving property damage.'
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Lena Ward responded
to the scene of a traffic crash
,Oct. 29 at I a.m. on Northwest
21 Ith Street. Upon arrival the
trooper found extensive damage
to a fence and damage to a
mailbox, but no suspect
vehicle. Large parts of the
suspect vehicle, including a
)nt grill with a Ford emblem


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OBITUARIES:


Ronald Bielli ng one -"ar
PRV IDEN CE ---Ro..I&G member of Masonic Lodge,#35.
PROVIDENCE -Ronald Greg Mr. Conner is survived by: a
"Ronnie" Bielling, 51, of daughter Janice Joiner of Starke;
Providence died Wednesday, Oct. a son Michael Conner of Starke; a
26, 2005, at Lake City Medical sister Ida Mae- Shaw of St.
Center following a sudden Augustine; six grandchildren, 13
illness great-grandchildren and three
Born in LaPke City, Mr. great-great-grandchildren. He
Bielling lived in Providence all was preceded in death by his wife
of his life. He was the owner/ Lillian Kelly Conner.
operator of Bielling Tire in Lake Funeral services for Mr.
City and was a member of Conner, were Oct. 30,'2005 in
Providence Village Baptist Bayless Highway Baptist Church
Church. with the Rev. Leaton Morgan
*Mr. Bielling is survived by: conducting the services.
his wife Karen S. Goodman Interment followed in Conner
Bielling of Providence; a Cemetery under the care of Jones
daughter Patricia Ann "Patty" Funeral Home of Starke.
Bielling Mesnard of Providence;
his parents Carl and Pauline
Bielling of Providence; a sister Hargrett Davis
Joan Courson of Providence; H rt i
three brothers, Carlton Bielling, LULU Hargrett B. Pete
Mike Bielling and Jeff Bielling, Davis, 79 of Lulu died Monday,
all of Providence; and two. Oct. 24, 2005, ',at Shands
grandchildren. Hospital UF in Gainesville from.
Funeral services for Mr. injuries sustined in an
Bielling were Oct. 29, 2005 in automobile Mr.acDavisdent
Providence Village Baptist Born in LakeButler, Mr. Davis
Church with the Rev. Bo lived in Miami most of his' life
SHammock officiating. Burial before moving to Lulu in 1978.
followed at Old Providence He was a retired body and fender
Cemetery under the. care of repairman and served ain the
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Navy d uringrWorld War II '.nHe
Butler. was a member of the Lulu Advent
i..rttin s.iulhi


Marcus Conner
STARKE Marcus Lee Conner,
89, of Starke died Thursday, Oct.
27, 2005, at the home of his:
daughter following an extended.
illness.
A lifelong resident of Bradfoid
County, Mr. Conner was born on
Feb. 14, 1916. He was a founding
charter member of Bayless
Highway Baptist CChurch where
he served as a deacon. He retired
from the Florida -Department of
Corrections as a correctional
officer after 27 )ears He was a


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Mr. Davis is survived by: a
brother .Herman C. Watson of Ft.
White.
Graveside services for Mr:
.Davis were Nov. 1, 2005 in-
* Ebeneezer Cemetery in Lulu.
with the Rev. Carl Chauirice
officiating Burial followed
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

_Charles Lobenthal-
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS -
Charles H. "Chuck" Lobenthal,
'83, of Worthington Springs died
Tuesday. Nov. I, 2005, at the
V.A. Medical Center in Lake City
following an extended illness.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio
where he lived his early life, Mr.
Lobenthal moved to
Worthington Springs in -1964
after retiring from the U.S. Navy
after 23. years. serving in World
War II and the Korean Conflict.
He was a life insurance aentfor
- Libeiy' National Life Insurance


Company during the late 1960s
and the 1970s. He was a member
of, the Little Springs Primitive
Baptist Church near Worthington
Springs. ".
Mr. Lobenthal is survived by:
his wife Evelyn.- Gainey
Lobenthal of Worthington
Springs; three sons, Brandt
Lobenthal Sr. of Worthington
Springs; Darren Lobenthal _of
Lake Butler and Kurt Lcibeifthal
of: Pensacola; and four
grandchildren, He was preceded
in death by his eldest grandson
Brandt Lobenthal Jr.
Private graveside funeral
services (family only) will be
held Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005 at
Hunt Cemetery near
Worthington Springs with Elder
Roger Pinkston officiating.
Burial will follow.. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is
in charge:of arrangements.

The family will receive friends
at the funeral home Wednesday,
Nov. 2 2005. from 6-8 p.m.

Robenia Stewart
RAIFORD Robenia R.
Stewart, 83, of Raiford died
Monday.-Oct. 24. 2005 in...Lake..
Butler" Hospital following an,
extended illness.
Born in Modello on Sept, 22,
1922, Mrs. Stelart moved';..to
Raiford from south Florida. She
was a retired nurse's aide at NEFS
Hospital She vas a member of
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church in Raiford where she
served as mother., deaconess,
secretary, treasurer and was a
member of Jerusalem Women's
Association..She vas a member of
Order of Eastern Star Lodge #14.,
Mrs. Stewart is sur'-ied by:
three daughters. Annie Hill of
Miami. Joann Warrenr ai.and
Levonia Paige, both of Raiford.
two sons, Roman Stewart of
Raiford and .Nolan Stewart of
Sanderson; a brother William B..
Reeves. of Raiford; ,,!13
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Stewart will be held in the Union
_County High School auditorium
in Lake Butler at I 'p.m. on
Saturday, Nov. 5, '2005, with


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Elder L.C. Hunt, eulogist, and
the Rev. J.W. Warren conducting
the services.
-Visitation will be Friday, Nov.
4, 2005 at Haile Memorial
Chapel in Starke. Family hour 4-
5 p.m.; friends,from 5-8 p.m. and
in the auditorium one hour prior
to the-service. The family will
meet at Magnolia Baptist Church
--to-formTihe cortege to the funeral
service.

Cynthia Touchton
ALTOONA, PA. Cynthia R.
Touchton, 43, of Altoona, Pa.
died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2005.
Born Dec. 30, 1961 in Altoona
the daughter of Merle and Mona
Decker Harter, Mirs Touchton
was raised- by her stepfather.
Edward F. Walker. She was a
member of Pine Level Baptist
Church in Starke and was the
manager of Starke Cilgo
Convenience Store.
Mrs. Touchion is surnited by:
'her husband of 24 years Palmer


Hill with the.'Rev. Dwayne
Jowers conducting the services.
Interment followed under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.

Juanita Wii n
LAKE BUTLER Juanita
Boyett Bowers Winn of Lake
Butler died Thursday, Oct. 27,
2005, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home.
Born in Madrid, Ala., Mrs.
Winn lived most of her life in
Union County. She worked with
the VA 'Hospital in Lake City
until her retirement.
Mrs. Winn 'is survived by: a
daughter Jenny Speight Black of
Lake Butler; two sons, James
Bowers of Longwood and John
Bowers of Gaines ille: two
brothers. Robert Paul Boyett of
Maryland and James Boseti of
Griffin, Ga.; a sister Norma Cox
: of Salem, S.C.; four
grandchildren and 14 great--
grandchildren. She was preceded


Deputies
need help
locating
suspect
A 17-year-old customer at the
new Wal-Mart south of Starke
was approached Oct. 31 by an
unidentified white male while
inside the store. She was
grabbed on the buttocks by the
man who is described, as
unshaven, wearing a dark T-
shirt, shorts and sandals. He is
in his early to mid 50s,
according to Captain Michael
Burnette. "
Anyone with information
regarding the suspect or the
+ incident is asked to contact
Bradford, County Sheriff's
Deputy Drew Moore at (904)
964-6161.


Touchton; her. parents and in death by her parents Pharoah
stepfather; four sons, Bryan, Boyett and 'Dorothy Boyett Lawtey m an
serving in the U.S. Army in Iraq, Hattbri; a sister Louise--Later and i .. f
Brad, Josh and, Zach, all of :. a brotherLlo\d Bovett. dies in Tire
Starke. three step-daughters, Tina Memorial ser ices for Mrs A 70-year old Lawtey man
Howell of Hampton, Becky Winn vill be held at a later date. house fire late Sunday
Dugat of Starke and Robin Archer Funeral Home of Lake died in a house fire late sunday
Carter of Tampa; a step-son Allen Butler is in charge olf eventig, Oct. 30. .
Touchion of Jacksonville; two arrangements. John McCaulewy of 22350
sisters, Diane Grieb and Susan Park St. in Lawtey was found
Boston; three brothers, Da' id. in his bed. His b6dy, was
John and Edward Walker. transported to the medical
Funeral services were held at examiner's office for an
Sorge Funeral Home in aups office for an
Hollidaysburg. Pa. with the Rev. Inl 1,0 A 7u-vear-olt o female stated
Jaime G. Olson conducting the .I IIhn-A--- -- I e smelled smoke and
services, she smelled.. Smoke and
services. awakened to find the living
SInLoving Memory of room area of the house
Annie Wilkerson :Ida Lee Brown engulfed in flames, -according
LAWTEY Annie Louise : Oct. II. 127-Nov 6.2003 to Bradford deputies. The
Taylor Wilkerson, 62. of Lawte t li,,tlekn ,that mornng that female and two adult males,
died Thursday. Oct. 27. 2005, at Godwas going tocall' ourname. also living at the residence,
her residence following an In life we loved you dearly: In death were able to escape the flames.
extended illness. we do the same. : Deputies arrived first on the
A lifelong resident of LawLe, scene but were unable to enter
Mrs. Wilkerson was born Aug. 20, It broke ourhearts o loseyou, you scthe fully engulfed residence
1943. She was a retired store did not go alone; for part of us went he fully engulfedresidence
clerk manager and produce stand with you, the dav God called you Lawtey Volunteer Fire
operator and was of the Baptist home. Department responded and
faith. .. : :. eventually brought. the fire
Mrs. Wilkerson is survived by: You let us peacejulmemories., your under control. The house was a
her husband of 48 years John love is still our gude.and hough total loss.
Berry Wilkerson of Lawtey; two: we cannot see yonu.ou are always The residents of the home
daughters, Juanita-i Dever :of at oursiae e.. were transpored to hospitals in
Baldwin an.-Li-da Herndon of, were transported to hospitals in---
Baldwi s- n Gene Wilkersndon of Or.famil chain is broken and Gainesville and .treated for non
-awteyn-n t son Gene Wilkerso .o h m; he same, butas God ife threatening injuries.
Lawtey: a brother Dick Taylor calls us one by one, the chain will. the investigation into thees.
and six great-grandchflren linkagain. ..-- cause of the fire has been
Graveside services for Mrs. love ou, turned over to the state fire
Wilkerson were Oct. 31. 2005 at Your children & grandchildren marshal.
Long Branch Cemetery in Clay
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Nov. 10, 2005


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CRIME

Starke man
faces sexual
charges
A 32-year-Starke man was
arrested Oct. 28 for having sex
with a teenager.
Marcel Vashawn Henderson
was charged with unlawful
sexual activity with a minor
and -child abuse, according to
:Deputy Lee Garnto. Henderson
allegedly engaged in sexual
intercourse with the 16-year-old
victimjm on four to five
occasions, Deputy Gamto said.
Henderson. also consumed
marijuana with the juvenile on
seven. to eight occasions at
:various residences throughout
Bradford County, Deputy
Garnto said.
Henderson ..remains in
custody under a $65,000 bond.
Henderson was additionally
charged on a capias for failure
to appear for pre trial
conference no valid driver's
license with bond set at
$5,000, according to Bradford
Sgt. Ron Davis.

Hampton man
flees officers,
faces
multiple
charges
William J. Kent Jr., 31, of
Hampton was arrested in Starke
Oct. 29 after fleeing officers
who were attempting a traffic
stop.
Kent was driving a 2000
Chevrolet pickup truck with an
inoperative tag light on U.S.
,301 at Pratt Street, according
to Officer Paul King. When the
officer attempted to stop the
vehicle, the pickup continued
westbound on Call Street, then
southbound on Broadway
before .turning eastbound on
SS.R.': 100 at a high. rate of
speed. During the- chase the
pickup attempted to strike
another police officer's vehicle,
Officer King said. Travelling at
a speed of 90 mph, the pickup
travelled back to U.S. 301 and
then to C.R. 227, C.R. 18 and
onto Southwest 104th Ave.,
where the pickup finally
stopped, Officer King said.
Kent's license- has 'been
suspended numerous times.'
Officthg s'i'd. The Inci'dat'h.
occurred at 2 a.m.
Kent was charged aggravated
fleeing and eluding, wilful-
wanton reckless driving,
Aggravated assault on law
enforcement officer and driving
while license suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$50,000.

Starke man
charged with
aggravated
assault
A 35-year-old Starke man
. was arrested Oct. 24 on charges
of assault with a gun.
James Roberts' was charged
by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones with aggravated domestic
assault, violation of an
: injunction order and possession
of firearms by' a convicted
felon.
.Deputies were called by the
victim who stated Roberts used
a gun from his toolbox in his
truck to threaten her. He rhen
blocked her way to prevent her
leaving, Deputy Jones said,
When deputies arrived Roberts


stated he did not have a gun but
during a search the deputies
located a .12 gauge shotgun
and a pistol, Deputy Jones
said.
Roberts was arrested with
bond set at $30,000 on the
charges.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights 'area) or Union
County:
Rocky Clayton Stewart, 26,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 29
by Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for aggravated battery upon a
pregnant person. Stewart is
charged with touching or
striking the victim during a
verbal altercation by shoving
or pushing the victim in the
abdomen area with his hands,
Deputy Watkins said. Bond
was set at $10,000.

Rebecca Lynn Sellers, 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
25 by Bradford Deputy Robert
Lyons for domestic battery.
Sellers is charged with striking
the victim in the face during an
altercation. Sellers was
intoxicated at the time, Deputy
Lyons said. The .victim
received several little cuts to
her face, Deputy Lyons said.
Sellers was released, from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Kevin Warren Webb, 37, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for burglary. The victim
saw Webb running from his
house. on Southeast 109th
Street. Webb then got into his
red pickup truck and drove off
at a high rate of speed with the
victim chasing him, Deputy
Bivins said. When the deputy
traffic stopped Webb's vehicle,
the victim reported the burglary
,and Webb was arrested. The
victim found'a pile of items at
the back door where they had
been placed when the burglary.
i attempt wasi apparently ,
interrupted. Bond, was set at
I $15,000, -- .'
Michael Shayne Shields, 19,
of Hampton was ,arrested Oct.
24 by Deputy Watkins for
battery domestic. Shields is
charged with hitting the victim
on the head with his fist. He
was released from custody after
a $1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Paul Everett Heaton Jr., 38,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 29
by Starke Officer M.D. Watson
for possession of a stolen
vehicle and possession of drug
paraphernalia. A glass cocaine
smoking pipe was located in
Heaton's 'pocket during a
search..The work truck he was
driving was reported stolen
from Jacksonville, Officer
Watson said. Bond was set at,
$15,000.

Matthew T. Sellers, 21, and
Daniel Chitty McClenaghan,
19, both of Starke, were
arrested Oct. 27 by Bradford
Deputy James Cedar for
domestic battery. Sellers is
charged with grabbing the
, victim and pushing him into a


wall. McClenaghan is charged
with pushing the victim to the
ground, Deputy Cedar said.
Sellers and McClenaghan were
released from custody after
$1,000 surety bonds were
posted.
Brian R. McCloud, 22, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Starke Officer Danny Brown
for possession of cocaine.
Cocaine was found in the
center console of the vehicle
were McCloud was a
passenger, Officer Brown said.
The driver of the vehicle stated
the cocaine was not his and
McCloud was placed under
arrest, Officer Brown said.
Bond was set at $15,000.

James Ray Harris, 44, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Starke Officer J.W. Hopper for
theft. Harris is charged with
stealing copper tubing from an
outside air-conditioning unit
belonging to the victim. Bond
was set at $ 1,000.

Michael Osborne Ingram, 53,
of Sophia, N.C. was arrested
Oct. 29 by Union Deputy Brett
Handley for disorderly
intoxication. Ingram was seen
stumbling in the middle 'of
Southwest First St. When
questioned, Ingram, who was
extremely intoxicated, started
screaming obscenities at the
deputy. Ingram was placed
under arrest when he continued
to yell and make threats,
Deputy Handley said.
Herman Lee Horn, 41, of
Sparr was arrested Oct. 24 by
Starke Officer Jason Crosbytfor
disorderly conduct and resisting
arrest without violence. While
investigating a traffic crash,
Horn began yelling and acting
belligerent toward the officer.
He refused to comply with
commands to .calm down,
pulling away when he was
advised he was under arrest,
Officer Crosby said. He had to
be placed on the ground to be
taken into custody, Officer
Crosby said. Surety bonds
totalling $1,000 were posted
for his release.

Ular Banks, 45, of West
Palm Beach was arrested Oct.
25 by Bradford Deputy Lori
, Jes.ts pn.. a', writ of bodily,
attachment. He may,.purge by'
,4ayig?-$6A90,- -

Thomas 0. Marshall, 26, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Officer Brown for possession
of cocaine. During. Marshall's
arrest on a warrant for failure to
appear possession of drug
paraphernalia, crack cocaine
was found in the center console
of his vehicle, Officer Brown
said. He was released from
custody after surety bonds
totalling $17,000 were posted.

Matthew L. Wilkerson, 20,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 24
by Starke Officer P.A. King
for possession of marijuana,
Wilkerson was a passenger in a
vehicle stopped for an
inoperative tag light. During a
consent search, the officer found
a plastic bag containing
marijuana .inm Wilkerson's
pocket. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody;


intersection of C.R. 231 and
C.R. 238 where he had been,
formally trespassed from the
store and its property, Deputy
Dice said.
Anthony Watson, 32, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 24 by
probation officers for violation
of probation .battery on law
enforcement officers, robbery
(two counts), grand theft of
motor vehicle and felon with a
gun.
Sim Crum, 25, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 24 by
probation officers for violation
of probation.

Victoria Sharp, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 26 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check,
draft or debit card.

Michael Roberts, 18,, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 30 by
Bradford Deputy D.E. Cannon
for violation of probation
robbery with a weapon.

Gerald Wayne Wales, 39, of
Graham was arrested Oct. 29
by Deputy Bivins on a warrant
out, of Escambia County for
gr&nd theft with no bond.

Michael Paul Rodgers,.26, of
Pensacola was arrested Oct. 28
by Bradford Deputy C.M.
'Williams on a capias for
battery on law enforcement
officer. Bond was set at
$50,000.

Russel Hamilton Akins, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 24 by Union Captain
Garry Seay on a warrant for,
battery and criminal mischief.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Akins was released on his own
recognizance and ordered to
have no contact with the
victim.

James Alvin DeSue, 49, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
18 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $10,000.

Shawn Michael Gibson, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 19 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for failure to appear
N ith no bond. ,


Thomas Bingham, 52, was
arrested Oct. 19 by Lt.
.Tomlinson on a warrant for
aggravated assault on officer
with no bond. Bingham was
released back to the Department
of Corrections.

David D. Watson, 25, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 19 by
Lt. Tomlinson on a capias for
fraud. Bond was .set at $5,000.

Traffic
Landon Gray Cason, 25, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 26 by
Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle
for driving while 'license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
with knowledge. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Lynn Starling, 22, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 28 by Officer
Brown for ;DWLS, Starling
was released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.

Ryan Dale DeGeus, 21, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 25
by Brooker Marshal Johns for
DWLS. He was released from
custody after a $500 surety.
bond was posted.

David C. Moody, 27, of
Orange Parke was arrested Oct.
25 by Officer King for DWLS.


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Travis Dekan King
Covington, 19, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 29 by Lawtey
Major Nathan Blom for DWLS
(19 suspensions) with
knc viedge. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.


Ryan Chesser, 22, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 25 by
Bradford Deputy Kaye Sargent
for violation of probation DUI
with property damage. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Ricky Morrow, 32, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct.
28 by Deputy Sargent for
failure to appear violation of
probation DWLS. Bond was
set at $4,000.

Kristien Bradley, 29, of Lake
Butler was arrestedOct. 29 by
Starke Officer Jason Crosby for
failure to 'appear DWLS.
Bradley was released from
custody after a $2'000 surety
bond was posted.
Tracy Thompson, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 30 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for attaching tag not
assigned.


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Sylvester Warren, 29, of
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20 by Union Deputy Kevin
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, November 3, 2005 Page 4B


Reader thinks
Jones
'disingenuous'
Dear Editor:
Excuse me but Robert
Jones is being, a bit
disingenuous.
It is a well known fact to all
historians that Washington,
Jefferson, Madison, Benjamin
Franklin and others were self-
declared deists. In his own
autobiography Franklin said he
was "a thoroughdeist" and like
Washington, he conceded that
the average person, like a child,
might. need the .
"reward/punishment mentality
of religion to behave."
Mr. Jones failed to point out
that a deist thought God could
be comprehended through
scientific inquiry, not through
faith.
Furthermore, "these deists
denied the existence -of an
anthropomorphic God who was
preoccupied with the affairs of
our tiny piece of his universe,
who chose sides among his
children, who could be jealous
and vengeful and repentant and
murderous, but who could also
be merciful and charitable '-, in
other words, a God who could


be humanly capricious and so
insecure that he demanded
adoration from his creatures and
constantly had to prove his
existence through miracle."
That is a quote from Bernard
Feder, a historian who lives in
Gainesville.
Unlike atheists, deists
believe in the existence of a
creator, but do not believe he
can be comprehended through
faith, only through scientific
inquiry. Atheists see no need of
agod.
No, George Washington was
not a Christian and calling
upon his creator on his
deathbed did not make him a
believer in.Jesus Christ. If Mr.
Jones has proof to the contrary,
I'm sure Mr. Rahn would be
happy to print it.
And no, I did not say
Abraham Lincoln was not a
Christian. I quoted what
Lincoln himself said. But like
all good Christians, you twist
anything you don't like.
As far as "In God We Trust,"
it was only added to the two-
cent piece in the 1860s. It was
added to all currency in 1956
when congress approved it as
the national motto. Our
previous motto was "E
Pluribus Unum," which means
"from many, one."


As far as the cross on the
tower goes, I could care less
whether it stays up or comes
down. I've lived here for nine
years and never paid it any
attention except to figure it
was another of those inane
things Christians have to do to
bolster their faith. But taking it
down does not infringe on
anyone's right of freedom of
religion. You can believe all,
you like no one cares
- but the constitution does
not say you have the right to
put crosses on water towers.,
And separation of church and
state was not "so no state could
rule the church or churches," it
was so the national
government would ; not
establish a national religion
and impose it on the people of
this country.
Of course we all believe
"thou shall not kill," "do unto
others," etc., but it does not
make sense to "love thy
neighbor as thyself." Of course
you want to live peaceably
with your neighbor, but
"loving" someone who is a
pedophile, a. wife abuser, a
murderer, a serial killer, etc. is
ludicrous to the nth degree and
debases the love for those who
deserve it,
If, as Christians, you believe


Baseball,
baseball -
Balco
Dear Editor:
This spring I tuned into the
first preseason game on ESPN
TV. It wasn't about the new
DC franchise ye ole
Montreal Espos it was
steroids, Balco and Victor
Conte, all spring, summer and
fall. Baseball 0-steroids/Balco
1.
I turn on my TV today.
Finally justice prevails the
sentence will be swift and
mighty, but wait, justice is
blind again. Balco's Conte
eight months and Bond's
trainer six months.
These porkers and all the TV
wasted my whole spring,
summer and fall baseball
watching for this. Shame on
you Fox Sports and ESPN -
It'll be a cold day before I flip
on to your station again.
Wasted days and wasted nights.
Bah humbug.
Dick Deasel
Keystone Heights


You don't appreciate the water

until the well runs dry
It is a beautiful October morning, someone with whom to play. He must
just after nine o'clock, and not a cloud be physically fit, because an
in the sky. The temperature is brisk, acceptable game requires physical
making one feel good just to be alive, and mental alertness. He must be a
and I am standing on the tee box of good sport and learn to lose with a
the par five third hole of the Starke smile. No one likes a poor loser, and
Golf Course. everyone loses on any given day.
The third hole is known by golfers In the business world, golf plays an
as the "Dolly Parton" because of two important part in getting acquainted
large--iounds strategically located in with playing partners, who may
the landing area from the tee. The include people who affect one's future
length of the hole, the wide fairway in many ways. Playing a decent golf
and waterhole near the green, makes game places a person in position to
for a fair, yet challenging par five hole meet .and associate with people who
for all golfers. It isn't a birdie hole, can influence any of the many facets
although birdies aren't unknown here, in life. The benefits to health and long
but bogeys are far more common than life are added attractions to playing
pars, and double bogies are possible the game, which can be learned at
for the unwary. The golfer that walks almost any age.
off the third green at even par has a So having a local golf course is
good round going. good for the individual, but what does
A person can see essentially the it do for the community? Perhaps
-whole--eourse- fromth-e third tee box, bragging rights are the greatest asset,
and on this morning I note the because it's exciting to tell people
fairways are recently mowed, the about our community and its golf
rough is clipped to a playable height, course. It puts our town in a special
and the whole course is free of debris, category, a small town with a public
broken limbs, pine cones, etc. golf course, making our town unique
Alligator Creek is down and running and a desirable place to live. The
clear and an errant ball in the creek owners of the course keep the cost of.
can be found and retrieved. The playing affordable, whether a member
course, in its 43-year life, has never or paying green fees, and if support
been in better condition, warrants, they will build a "back
.With a blue sky overhead and a fine nine," making a tournament course
golf course under foot, why am I that will attract golfers from distant
feeling discouraged, even though my places.
game is competitive with my peers? The local golf course was a
I am saddened because the deciding factor in my decision to
foursome in which I am playing are build a home and live in Starke rather
the only players on the course and the, than building further south to be near
current level of support for the course my children in Winter Park and West
by area residents doesn't portend well Palm. I realized that I could not afford
for the future of golfing in Bradford to play golf where green fees are $50
County. or more per round, and membership
In the late 1950s, when the.,golf>- fees. are at .$2,500 ,per "year. -'State
course was planned and money was retirement isn'tthat lucrative. :"
being raised, business and When the Starke golf course was
professional men and women were in built, essentially every business in
the forefront of activities, and when it town was owned and operated by men
was built, these same people gave of and women who lived in the-
their time and talents, to maintain and community and felt some
improve the facility. Rank and file responsibility for the well being of the
citizens bought $300 certificates, town and its people. Today, the
paying $25 per month to fund the climate has changed, and absentee
course, and in the end, when the owners take huge sums of money out
certificates proved worthless, none of the town each week, and what do
complained because they saw 'the they give in return? If business fails
advantage of having a golf course in here, they will move to another town,
the community. -build another big-box building and
The golf course, sitting on the start again. It is obvious that absentee'
eastern edge of Starke, is a jewel of business owners care nothing for the
great value that most towns would community from which they take;
give their collective eye teeth to have money, lots of money, and give little.
nearby. Golf is a game that every support in return.
parent should want his child to learn I admit to spending money with
and play, because it teaches so many some businesses owned by outsiders,
lessons-essential to the good life. but that doesn't mean that I like
It teaches self-control, because one buying from them.
must learn to control his attitude and Maybe people living',in Starke and
muscles in order to play a satisfactory surrounding areas don't want a golf
game. He must learn to control his course badly enough to support one.
anger, because anger is. -deadly to a Like water in the well, they won't
;-gof -gamrle7e must learn integrity, miss it until the well runs dry.
because cheaters are quickly By Buster Rahn,
recognized and are soon without Golf pretender and Editorial writer


Coach says
'thanks' to'
his cross,
country team


Dear Editor:
A special thanks to the
Bradford High School cross
country team.
Words cannot describe the
feeling a coach gets after a
season, especially after another
season of rebuilding, but this
time the program started to
move forward.
Our team has only three guys
and five girls, but considering
the fact that three years ago we
had nobody, this was a great
leap. On top of that only two
of these kids ran at the middle
school level.
After this school year, we
will lose a very hard working
runner in senior Sam Osborn.
He came to our program just
last season and wanted to try
cross country.
Due to his work ethic and


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A case This essay is concerned with
the constitutional right to give
against Africa $15 billion dollars of
*i ai our tax money demanded from
foreign id us by an Irish pop singer.
Dear Editor: Being an astute American, I
I On Oct. 19, President looked up congressional power
George W. Bush and U2's lead to tax in article 1, section 8 of
singer, Bono, had lunch-to the constitution. It says that,
address the poor and "The congress shall have power
disadvantaged in the world's to lay and collect taxes, duties,
population. As with all the imposts and excises, to pay the
political statements Bono debts and provide for the
gives, he was .asking the ,,c.common defense and general
United States to give-more -.welfareof the United States,.".-i,
money to nations that are not '' Tdo not see how preventing
self supporting. aids in Africa promotes the
Whether you agree or general welfare of the United
disagree with socialism on a States. It would take a great
global level does not affect this deal of stretching the facts to
essay. correlate the two. This means


We have to
fight for our
freedoms
Dear Editor:
I have read over the past few
weeks, many letters and articles
to the editor in reference to the
cross on the water tower, and
other religious, displays, not
only here in Bradford County,
but all over our nation.
All those Who know me are
aware of my feelings about
standing up for the beliefs our
founding fathers fought and
died for. We have been'fighting
for our freedoms ever since the
pilgrims first set out for this
country in the 1600s.
So, to start with, let me make
it very clear that I have and
would again fight for our
freedoms. I may deeply
disapprove of so called
"atheistic" beliefs, but, I still
believe you have the right to
them. But you must remember,
I have rights too..
This letter is addressed to
those of you who seem to feel


"the constitution guaran
all certain rights: le
abuse this by trying to
our beliefs on others,'
"God is in our hearts
the symbol," what is
fuss about? Leaving th
up imposes Christian
, on others and taking i
doesn't matter because
not in the symbol,
Why is it that Ch
find that so ha
comprehend?
Robert E. Br




Reader: If
cross is
intimidation
don't look
Dear Editor:
Lon Bevill,. if you
cross on the water to
intimidating, please doi
I do not read literature
movies or TV, or go any


we should ,stand back and
allow these groups to have
their way without a fight,
because, as you say, "If we lose
we will have to pay attorney
fees." And that's true, we
would. But let me give you a.
few facts.
1. We have sat back for eight.
decades and let groups like the
ACLU wage a. largely:
uncontested war against
America's core values. If you
doubt this, listen to their
speeches or go to their web site
and see just what they are truly
for, and just imagine what
America would be like if these
dreams of theirs were fulfilled.
2. Yes; tax payers have paid
millions to their attorneys for
cases lost.
Now you may ask, "how do
they win?" In many instances
they win by default, because no
one with a real stake in the
outcome showed up to legally
confront their demands.
But now there is good news.
The tables are beginning to
turn. Why? Because some of us
are not giving up. I'm 'not
saying that we should fight


antees us can be offended or intimidated.
t's not I will put the book down, turn.
impose the TV off or turn the channel.
"and if I am tired of these "so called
, not in atheists" who don't believe in
all the God. My question to you is,
he cross "If God doesn't exist why does
beliefs the cross intimidate you?"
it down Perhaps Lon Bevill and' his
God is lawyers need to reference
Section 3. RELIGIOUS
ristians FREEDOM in The
rd to Constitutibn' of' the United
States. The constitution was
ranford written by intelligent Christian
Stake men with morals which our
country is severely lacking
S today.
As 'King Agrippa said to
Paul, "Thou almost persuaded
me to be a Christian." And,
Paul said, "I would to God,
that not only thou, but also all
that hear me this day."
9g, Maybe one day Lon Bevill
will be persuaded to receive
Christ as his personal savior.
After all, we are talking about
find the an eternity after death. Where
power so do you want to spend eternity,
n't look,. Heaven or hell?
e, watch Glenda Russ
where I Starke


patience he turned himself into
a competitor on the course. We
will definitely miss his hard
work and accomplishments. We
will still have tough runners in
Chris Underhill who is very
determined and hopefully
newcomer Josh Moore.
Our girl's team has been very
fun to coach. I wouldn't trade
any of them because the
chemistry of that group. Their
hard work and dedication is
deeply appreciated. As far as
involvement in the school and
the community, they are the
epitome of a motivated high
school student. We haven't had
that many kids before who
were so involved with clubs,
meetings, family; academics,
student government and still
had time to be a cross country
runner. That shows great
character in my book.
I'm proud to say that
Courtney Cragg, Shruti Desai,
Tracy Ledger, Katrina Steffan
and Emma Sheppard run cross
country at Bradford High
School.
John Loper


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Sporting Chance, Captain D's,
The Olde Meeting House,
Danny Sue's, Gallion
Contracting, Bohannon Ranch,
Bay Tack and Feed, Julia's
Florist and Mr. Arnette.
A special "thank you" to
Ben Padgett and his crew for
cooking the fish and to Denise
and Marie in the LCS cafeteria
for giving their time to help
prepare the meals.

Lawtey Community School


that the executive branch came
into your house, took roughly
$46.11 of your money, and
then proceeded to give it to. a
continent that is failing due to
the ineptness of its citizens.
Of course, this is not a great
deal. of money to most
Americans, but it is not the
value of the dollar that is being
called into question. It is the
government's right to tax us
and give the money to foreign
aid 'The 'constitution does not
I provide power -toi the, executive
branch' "to give aid to Toreign
countries, but recent presidents
give aid to countries without
remembering it is not their
money to give away.
T.L Browning
Starke


everything, but I am saying
that we should not give up
before we start either. Yes we
should pick and choose our
battles.
I for one have stopped
turning my cheek every time
someone says, "I'm offended by
what you believe." I have
always felt that my rights only
go so far, as not to infringe on
your rights, and yours
shouldn't either.
We can return our country to
the original version of liberty
framed by our founding fathers
and fought for by Americans
on battlefields from Yorktown
to Gettysburg to Omaha Beach
to the sands of the Middle
East.
Just remember the old saying
we all have heard before giving
up: "If we don't stand for
something, youw will. fall for
anything."
It will, take prayers and
perseverance, but we will win.


Robert R. Jones
Starke


The real issue
Dear Editor:
My, my, I am amazed at all
the rhetoric and confusion
about the cross atop the water
tower in Starke and the bits
and pieces of the word of God
inserted in the letters to the
editor.
To prove one's point, some
people know just enough about
the word to be dangerous.
Some of the letters, to the
Telegraph were OK; some
didn't make much sense.
Really, the issue isn't about
the empty cross but about the
one who was crucified on the
cross4 the blessed lord and
savior of all who call on him.
That's the issue.
I thank Mr. Bevill' for
waking up slumbering
Christians to what they believe
in.
'Mr. Bevill, my Bible says'
every knee shall bow before the
lord of heaven and earth.
We all should be, careful
what we say or do.. I am
praying for you and all
mankind.
Henry Hodges
Lawtey


LCS says
'thanks'
Dear Editor:
The Lawtey Community
School students and staff
would like to say "thank you"
to the following individuals
and businesses that helped to
make our annual Fall Festival a
success.
Terry's Hunting Fishing,
Lin's Basketry, Christie Allen's
Murals, Community State
Bank, Lawtey Shell, Western
Steer, Genesis Hair, Teila
Pearson, Madison Street
Pharmacy, Ham Bones,





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Festival Staff Caitlin Eadie
Kathryn Lehman, Justin Freeman Band
Coordinator Intense Flash Back
Beverly Stehouwer, -Lost Safari Drummers
Program Assistant Next Generation
Susan Miller, Edy Richman
Artist Liaison Maria Stephenson
r iRaye Snow
Contributors Purchase Awards
All the Residents of Walnut Cheryl Canova
Street Kathyleen Hardage
Best Western of Starke Susan Miller
Bradford County Shands at Starke
Commissioners,, ,, iMrMs,,Jeannie Baker
"uBrdf prdC PublicC"" "W Wsern Ster; ...
Library Mr. & Mrs. Harry M.
Bradford County Telegraph Hatcher
Everyman Sound
First United Methodist Volunteers
Church Sue Adams
Group 5 Steven Akridge
Joey Herres & Family Vanessa Armstrong
-Jones Funeral Home Josh Browning
Lawtey Correctional Cheryl Canova
, Institute Jeannette Carlisle
New River Correctional Shelley Carroll
Institute Jessica Carter
Rotary Club of Starke Jamey Crosby
Santa Fe Community Tina Crosby
College Margret Daniels
Office for Development Jess Delaney
Information and Delinia Gates
Publication Hanarola Gathright
Printing Services Amanda Gathright
Mailroom Cindy Grandmaison
Andrews Center Kathyleen Hardage
Physical Plant Terricena Harris,
Little School Bonnie Jachna
Sun State Sanitation, Inc. Toni Keene
Starke Police Department Hazel King
Starke City Commissioners Danielle Kramer
Starke Recreation Mat Mathews
Department Teri McClellan
Starke Shriner's Club Nevada McGill-Smith
Starke Woman's Club Iris Mintz
Strawberry Tea Room Mardell Moffitt
WEAG Eagle Country Unissa Moore
WUFT Channel 5 Ronnie Norse
Western Steer Family Sara Osgood
Steak House Shane Parmenter


Entertainment
Chad Anderson of Simple
Hero Ministries
Bahamas Pan
Bass Kountry Cloggers
Boilin' Oil
Bradford Middle School
Chorus
Branford High School
Dance Team
Emmett Carlisle
Common Thread


Kat Russ
Chris Swilley
Edward Williams
Evelyn Womack
Food Vendors
Rotary Club
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church,
Lawtey
Starke Shriner's Club
Starke Woman's Club
First United. Methodist
Church


Artist Award Winners
'Best of Show
Michael Everett
Hollister, FL


Santa Fe Community
College Award
Mike Segal
Chiefland, FL
Alice Hansen
Sebring, FL
Du Pont Award
Virgina Chen
'Gai _esvilijs i ^t
Award of Excellence
Mary Ann Jefferson
Mt. Pleasant, SC
Christina Cassidy
Gainesville, FL
William Underwood
Pinellas Park, FL
Karen Chen
Pensacola,FL
Award of Distinction
Larry Schorfhaar
Ocala, FL
Millard M. Griffis .
Starke; FL
Sandra Brown
Tallahassee, FL
Elizabeth Strickland
Gainesville, FL
Special Thanks
Cheryl Canova
Steve Futch
Marcia Miller
Harry Hatcher
Major J. M. Johnson
John Miller
Jeff Oody
Earl Ray
Harvey Sharron
Evelyn Womack
Ricky Thompson
Linda Kay Johns
2005 BradfordCounty


Youth Art
Show Winners
Best of Show Shandrika
Tennant Lawtey
Community School
Kindergarten to 3rd Grade
1st Place Wyatt
Townsend Home School
Student
2nd Place Emily Brock
Hampton Elementary
School


2nd Place
Southside
School
3rd Place
Hampton E
School


Jaida Turgeon
Elementary
Autumn Johns
Elementary


4th Place Jake Johnson
Hampton Elementary
School
4th Place Lacee
Thornton. Hampton
:ElementarySchool ,,
.4th through 5ti Grade
1st Place Shandrika
Tennant Lawtey
Community School


2nd Place
Attenberg
Student
3rd Place
Attenberg
Student


Bobby
Home School

Jerry
Home School


4th Place Jaran Simon
Christian School
Middle School
1st Place Caleb Smith
Bradford Middle School
2nd Place Caley Barber
Bradford Middle School
3rd Place Clay
Whitehead Bradford
Middle School
4th Place Meghan Perry
Bradford Middle School
High School
1st Place Sam Meas
Bradford High School
2nd Place Elizabeth
Snyder Bradford High
School
3rd Place Sara Osgood
Bradford High School
4th Place Zack Wilson
Bradford High School

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William "Trey" Ross III
and Stacie Noll


Noll and Ross
to wed Nov. 5
Douglas and Kathleen Noll
.of Ringgold, Ga. announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Stacie Noll of Starke,
to William "Trey" Ross III of
Starke, son of William and
Barbara Ross of Raiford.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Buchholz High School and
the International Brotherhood
of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
apprenticeship program. She is
; a member of First United
SMthodist Church of Starke,
:The, groom-elect is a
graduate of Bradford High
School and. IBEW
apprenticeship program. He is
a member of First United
Methodist Church.
The wedding will take place
at First United Methodist
Church at 4 p.m. on Saturday,
Nov. 5,..2005.
A reception will follow at
the Women's Club of Starke
,Famil. and friends are
invited. .


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Rachel Ackerman


'e*rmarrand

Roberts to
wed Dec, 17
Teresa; Crews of Lake Butler
and Jim Ackerman of Alachua
ant e the. engagement of /
their daughter. Rachel
Ackerman, to Chris Roberts,
son of Debbie Rushing and .
Randy Roberts, both of Lake,
S City.
The wedding is planned for
2:30. p.m. on Saturday, Dec.
17, 2005, in First Christian
Church in Lake Butler.
All family and friends aie
invited.


Robin Register and
Randy Shirley


Register and
Shirley to wed.
Nov. 19
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman
Register of Starke announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Robin Register of
Douglasville, Ga., to, Randy
Shirley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Scott Shirley of Lithia Springs,
Ga,
The bride-elect graduated
from Bradford High School in
.1993 and Athens (Ala.)
SUniversity. 'She is an
elementary school teacher in
Lithia Springs.
The groom-elect is
employed by Yancy Brothers
Equipment Co. in Austell, Ga,
: The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, at
4:30 p.m. at the bride's home
on Hampton Lake.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at Hampton Lake
Bed and Breakfast.
Family and friends are
invited.


Trust fund
set up for
victims of
recent fire
A trust'fund has been set up,
at Mercantile Bank for Doris
Denson and.Garlas Norman
who lost their home, all
belongings and a family
member to a recent fire. They
have no insurance to cover the
Donations can be dropped
off Nov. 7, 8 and 9 at B&F
Auction House, 6551 NW C.R.
225 in Starke. Make checks
payable to Doris Denson and/or
Carlas Norman. No cash please.
Donations may be sent to
Pastor, Berlie Caudill or
deposited at Mercantile Bank
across from Winn-Dixie .in
Starke.

Need volunteers? The
Bradford/Union Volunteer Center
can help organizations find %olun-
leers on the Internet. Fill out a brief
form and your volunteer opportuni-
ties will be posted at no charge at
Yw,w.volunteergateway.org. Eorms-
may be picked up at the Bradford
.Executive.Center at 113 E, Call
Street in Starke.


Jason Ray Daugherty and
Ciera Nicole LeMire


LeMire and
Daugherty to
wed Dec. 3
Michael and Kara LeMire
and Katherine and Jerry
Searfoss of Starke announce
the upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Ciera Nicole LeMire,
to Jason Ray Daugherty of
Starke, son of Ray and Sheila
Daugherty.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High 'S&hool
(BHS). She is employed by
New Method Cleaners.
The groom-elect graduated
from BHS and is employed by
Ray Daugherty Land Surveyor,
Inc.
The wedding will be held at
4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3,
2005, in the Chapel at Camp
Blanding.
A reception will follow the
ceremony.
Invitations have been
mailed.


Alachua's
Harvest Moon
Festival needs
vendors
Vendors are needed for the
third annual Harvest Moon
Festival which. is set for
Friday, Nov. 18, 6-9 p.m. on
Main-Street in Downtown
Alachua.
Patrons can enjoy leisurely
shopping, strolling and dining
on Main Street in Alachua
while enjoy ing music from area
-.AaHkd-.v-jnJ d .i 1,,t.id 1_. -tS.lo.p,
N ill be open j s ', ell as arti' and
crafts vendors all along Main
Street.
For more information or an
application, contact
Demetrica Daniels at
ddaniels@surfmk.com or visit
www.alachuabusiness.com


Pageant is set
for Nov. 5
The second annual Tiny,
Little, Petite and Junior Miss
Strawberry Princess Pageant
will be held on Saturday, Nov.
5, at 6 p.m. in the Bradford
High School Auditorium.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
For information, email
strawberrypageant@yahoo.com


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Goat Club
gearing up for
2006 fair
In 2006, the Bradford
County Fair will once again
host a youth goat show and
little kids exhibition.
Any youth ages five (as of
Sept. 1, 2005) through 18
whose wishes to participate in
the goat show and is interested
in learning about goats will
want to attend upcoming 4-H
Goat Club meetings.
The 4-H Goat Club is a
special interest club that will
concentrate on goats.
Membership is open to youth
in Bradford or Union counties.
Even youth who are members
of other. 4-H Clubs within
these counties or of Future
Farmers of America are invited
to attend the club meetings.
The club will hold its first
meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17,
* 6:30 p.m. at the Bradford
County Extension Office
adjacent to the fairgrounds on
U.S. 301 N in Starke.
Necessary. paperwork, goat
project books, and activity
books will be handed out.
Other important information
will be shared also. There will
not be a goat club meeting in
December, but will meet again
in January, February and March
2006 (dates will be announced
'later)'
The youth goat show is
scheduled for March, 2006.
For information, call Ricky
or Stephanie Griffis, (904)
964-6128, or Lisa Tatum,
(904) 782-3078.

A substance abuse support group
is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m.
at Lawtey Church of Christ, CR-
200-B, for those who suffer from
alcohol- or drug-related problems,
workaholics, compulsive spenders
and unhealthy relationships. The
public is welcome. Call (904) 782-
3771 or (904) 782-3086 for
information.


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During. the six weeks of
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customs and courtesies;
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Kamryn Aldridge


.t ontee Aldridge and
.Kimhnbrly Nettles announce the
-Ivth of their son, Kamryn
Cortez Aldridge, on Oct. 8,
2005 it St. Vincent's Medical-
Cenicr in Jacksonville.
Kaniryn weighed 7 pounds,
'5 olnices and measured 19
inches in length.
Grandparents are Donnie


Erica Griffis
I Mist\ Goode and Eric Griffis
.of Mdrose announce the birth
.,:S i heii daughter. Erica Morgan
C.rffits.on Aug. 25.2005.
: Ericza \eighed 6 pounds. 11
.',unces and measured 19 inches


and Peggy Sue Nettles.
Kelly, all of Starke. I
Lee and Joyce Aldrid
Keystone.
Great-grandparen's ar
Lee Morris. Lloyd A
and Lewis Kelly. Also t
Ernest and Opal
Herman and Rebecca
and Trudie May Kelly.


in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Delisa Fesler and Todd Harold.
Paternal grandparents are
Helen Morgan and Eddie
Griffis


Artes en Mexico provides an
B-U Swine opportunity to work with
professional Mexican arts
Assoc to teachers while improving
Spanish skills. Individual
meet home stays, excursions and
---. small group instruction are
The Bradford-ULnion Stinue features of both.
.Association will meet on The programs are open to
Monday,. Nov. 14, at Lake students between the ages of
Butlr Elementary School. 15 and 17 who will have
The select a pig and feeding completed two years of high
meeting is set for 7 p.m. school Spanish by June.
All meetings are mandatory. Scholarships available for
S_-- a rogramAgpplications are
IUSI will offer For more information, call
IUSIf at 800-345-4874 or visit
stu ider nts the web site at www.iusi.org.


Spanish
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Jennifer Bridges of Keysto
Heights announce the birth
their son. Caden Paul Nugei
on Aug. 31. 2005
Gainesville.
Caden weighed 7 pounds
ounces and measured 20
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents a
Ruth Bridges of Starke ar
William Bridges III
Hayesville, N.C.
Maternal great-grandparet
are Marry Mcgowan at
Kenneth Mcgowan of Stark
Nancy Bridges of Havesvil
N.C. and the late Willia
Bridges II.
Paternal grandparents a
Monna Nugent of Jacksonvil
Denise Ellen Robertson of Hampt,
reddie and Danny Nugent
dge of Hampton.
Paternal great-grandparei
e- Cora are Hannah Frolich -
e Cid*a Keystone Heights and the hI
he late Mickey Nugent, Marie Melt
Allen, of Starke and Fred Johnson
Al-..In Starke.
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Ashley
Nugent .
".Brian and Kim Nugent of
Keystone Heights announce
the birth of their daughter.
Ashtey Nichole Nugent, on
Sept. 18, 2005 in Orange Park
Medical Center.
,. Ashley weighed 8 pounds, 8
.ounces and measured 20'/1
iflches in length. She joins
ti'ree .. brothers Matthew
rugeiit;*.Brian, JNugent Jr. and
ChrijNjge.nt.- :' '
' iaernal..;grandparents are
Anit,'hatCh of Imio, S:C.,and
the: late Glen Thatch.
Maternal 'great-grandparems
are Walter:Rich-adson dflrmo.
S.C.'the late Carrie Richardson
'and the" late Edna Thatch of
Providence, R.I.
Paternal grandparents are
Hannah Frolich of Keystone
Heights and the late Mickey
-Nugent.


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Bryan and Michelle Sands of
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their daughter, Brynna Michelle
Sands, on Sept. 28, 2005 at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital:.
Brynna weighed 6 pounds 7
ounces and measured I9'/2 inch-


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Friday, Nov. 11 for Veterans
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Florida, attended the Court
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course-was sponsored by the
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for State Courts.
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administration. -
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organization established by
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in state courts nationwide.
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efficient solutions to common
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Crawford speaks to agriculture secretary on Farm Bi


Union County resident and
Bradford County 4-H member
Abigail Crawford, representing
Florida 4-H and the Florida
Cattlemen's Association,
spoke recently at the United
States Department --of
Agriculture Farm Bill
Listening Forum, whichh %%as
:held at the Omni Co,\ention
Center in Champion's Gate.
near Orlando.
Crawford, along ith
representatives of agricultural
organizations from across the
state, gave comments to
USDA Secretary of
Agriculture Mike Johanns
about the upcoming 2007 Farm
Bill. The September listening
tour forum was part of a series
of public discussions
conducted across the country
to obtain input for the
development of the 2007 Farm
Bill.
Crawford's remarks, dealing
with how farm policy should
address any unintended
consequences that discourage
the next generation of farmers
from entering production to
agriculture, were as follows:
"Good afternoon, Secretary
Johanns and guests. My name
is Abigail Crawford. I am
currently serving as the Florida
Beef Ambassador and the
_Florida 4-H State President. I
travel across the state and
throughout the nation-to speak
with youth and officials about


UC girls take
to the court
this week
The Union Count Hig'h
School junior varsitN and
varsity basketball teams ll
play a Purple and Gold game
Thursday, Nov. 3, follo%%ed b)
the varsity team's annual
preseason tip-off classic,
Shich.begins Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Admission to the Purple and
Gold game is $.1. Play begins
with the junior varsity team at
5 p.m. The varsity, team %ill
take the court at 6 p.m.
Union County's tip-off
classic begins Nov. 8 at 6 p.m
with Baker County taking on
Fort White. The host Tigers
will then play Trenton in the
night's second game.
beginning at approximately
7:30 p.m."
The' classic concludes on
Thursday, Nov. 10. The
consolation game will begin at
6 p.m., followed by the
championship game at
approximately 7:30 p.m.


Starke Rec.
Dept. is now
registering for
basketball
Registration is currently
under way for---the- .Starke
Recreation Department's youth
basketball program," which
starts its season- on Monday,
Dec. 5.
Players may register through
Wednesday, Nov. 30, for the
program, which is divided into.
-four leagues by age groups: 4-
7, 8-10, -l-l-1 .and. 14-17
(determining date for age is
Dec. 5).
Games are played upstairs in
the old armory and there will
be clinics for each age group
prior to the start of the season
on Tuesday, Nov. 29, and
Thursday, Dec. 1. The 4-7
clinics will be 2:45-3:15 p.m.,
followed by the 8-10 clinics at
3:15-3:45 p.m., the 11-13
clinics at 3:45-4:15 p.m. and
the 14-17 clinics at 4:15-4:45
p.m.
Two games will be played
each week of the season, either
on Monday, Tuesdays or
Thursday. No games will be
scheduled during school
holidays. Schedules and team
information can be obtained on
Dec. 1.
Players must wear shoes
with rubber soles. The
recreation department 'will
provide pennies to wear during
games. T-shirts will not be
ordered.
The .fee for participation is
$10, which must be paid by
,Nov. 30.


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important issues and concerns
regarding Florida agriculture..
"There are two issues in
which I feel passionate. The
first is the unending need for
education for all youth, public


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Youth to be an emphasis for new First Baptist pastor


By MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
An increased emphasis on
youth programs may soon be
seen at the Starke First Baptist
Church as it welcomes its new
pastor, Dr. Rodney Coe.
Coe said the tenure of
Brother Ben Bryant, who was
the minister at First Baptist
for more than 30 years, will
be a tough act to follow;
"I really respect that man,"
said Coe of Bryant. "He has
invested his entire life in this
church. That is really
amazing."
Coe was voted in as pastor
on Oct. 9 and preached the
first sermon of his career as
full-time minister on Oct. 16.
Coe previously preached at
First Baptist in Starke during
the time he was interviewing
for the post.
He said he plans to build a
ministry team that will spend
a lot of time focusing on
children and youth ministry.
"We're looking for a youth
pastor right now," said Coe.
"We're trying to reach young
families who are not currently
attending church."
Coe said adult members will
certainly not be neglected,


however. "I believe strongly
in preaching the Word, feeding
the people... and God will do
the rest," he said.
Coe said God has had a
guiding hand in his life ever
since he first felt the call to
the pulpit while he was
serving on aircraft carriers
during a 13-year Navy career.
Coe was born in Sayre,
Penn., but has lived in Flbrida
in the Hawthorne area since he
was in elementary school. His
wife, Brenda, was raised in
Hawthorne and Coe met her
there.
Coe was saved while in
junior high school at a revival
and he attended churches in 'the
Hawthorne area until he
graduated and enlisted in the
Navy.
He rose to the rank of chief
petty officer and worked on
aircraft carriers repairing Fl4s,
"God called me to preach
while I was in the Navy and I
left the Navy to follow that
call," said Coe.
He returned home to
Hawthorne and "went forward"
in 1994 at the First Baptist
Church of Hawthorne. "I went
before the congregation to
make a public announcement
to say that I felt a call to


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The Coe family relaxes in their living room. (L-R) Zachary, Nathan, Noah and
Elijah are seated in front of mom and dad, Rodney and Brenda.


then spent one year on. the
staff of the Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke,
although he was not the
primary pastor.
Most recently, he has spent
time at the First Baptist
,Churchrof Callahan, 'acting as
pastor to the singles program
and providing special *
counseling services.
Coe is highly trained in
counseling .and has provided
counseling programs for
almost, any venue you can
think of. "I counseled singles,.
married couples, people with
drug or alcohol problems, you
name it," he said.


minimum grade point average
of 3.0, be rising sophomores,
juniors or seniors enrolled in
college-prep mathematics and
science courses, have leadership
ability, demonstrated an
interest in pursuing technical
and aerospace-related careers,
and be U.S. citizens.
The Air Force Junior ROTC
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Coe has both a bachelor's
and master's degree in
theology from Andersonville
Theological Seminary in
Camilla, Ga. He earned the
master's degree in 2004.
He has also just received his
doctorate of theology in
biblical preaching from
Masters Divinity School. In
earning his :doctorate, he was
presented with the prestigious
Fellow Award from the
Stephen. Olford Center .for
Biblical Preaching. -This is a
highly coveted award for most
. Baptist theologians.
Coe is currently working on
a second doctorate in


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opportunities and careers, and
to leverage junior ROTC
demographics to reach college-
bound minorities, at a younger
age.
The honors camps' hands-on
curricula allows cadets to visit
colkge campuses, air and space
,operational bases and sites,
Research labs, historical sites,
museums, aerospace industries,
hear lectures from pilots and


preach," he said. .
Three days later he was
called to fill in at the Ochwilla
Baptist Church, but "ound up
staying on as Ithat
congregation's pastorToYihree'
years. He left Ochwilla to
become the pastor at Ephesus
,Baptist Church in Hilliard He
has also served as ministerjto
Mount Calvary Baptist
Church in Hoboken, Ga.
When he left Georgia, he
returned to Florida to act as
full-time evangelist,,;: ,,He
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He was first ordained and
licensed to preach at the same
church he was both baptized
and married in, the First
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He said that church will
always be special to him, but
he plans to make the Starke
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currently looking for a house
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Elijah, 9, Nathan, 8, and
Noah, 7. Brenda Coe
homeschools the children.
Coe said he was successful
in securing the post in Starke
with a little help from above.
"It was all a God thing,"
said Coe. "I was called to be
here."
He said he snt in his
resume, but one of the church
members had known him
when he was at Madison
Street. That person
recommended him to the
search committee and Coe was
interviewed in depth. "It all
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"I really respect Brother Ben
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about someone "%ho has had
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Coe said he and his family
have been welcomed with open
arms. For more information
on Coe or programs offered at
the church, call (904) 964-
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Band boosters support children,


community


By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer

They sell hamburgers and
b sodas at football games, but
does anyone really know who
they are and fully appreciate
; all they do?
The band boosters are parent
organizations to help provide
the Bradford bands with the
support and funding they need.
S.Both the middle and high
.school bands have separate
;booster organizations, but
-many times, they work
together on projects.
The Bradford Middle School
Band Boosters was formed
several years ago after the hard
work and dedication of several
parents, especially Shelley
--Rodgers, said BMS band
director Mike Reynolds. __.
Four years ago, there were
':only five BMS booster
-members, said Rodgers, whose
"daughter was in the band at the
time.
Rodgers, wanted the band to


be able to attend end-of-the-
year trips, buy new
instruments and have money
for new music and other
expenses.
.Rodgers and her husband
both spent time building up the
middle school boosters. From
only five people, the
organization grew to 15.
Eventually, that number
doubled as well.
The boosters organize fund-
raisers, such. as calendars,
chocolate CDs and recipe
books.
Fund-raising done for the
BMS band goes through the
band boosters. This puts in a
checks and balance system for
the money collected because it
has to go through more than
one person.
Recently, the BMS Band
Boosters held a car wash to
benefit the victims of
Hurricane Katrina, said April
Prevatt, BMS Band Boosters
president.
All proceeds will be donated
to the Red Cross or a band in


Tammy
Melton
prepares a
slushee for a
customer.


the affected area, she said.
BMS Principal Jeff Cable
said that the BMS Band
Boosters is the most involved
parent organization that the
middle school currently has in
existence.
The Bradford High School
Band Boosters work on fund-
raising events for the high
school band.
After football, the season
does not stop for the band.
They need concert music, new
instruments, etc.
All money received goes
toward helping the band
directors with trips, new
music, instruments, the new
uniforms, uniform cleaning
and other band necessities.
The BHS Band Boosters
have also started selling
concessions at University of
Florida events.
While the band boosters
raise anywhere from $7,000 to
$12,000 each year, they still
need more financial assistance.
The band gets larger and
larger each year, Rodgers said,
thus the need for more money.
Some band booster parents
even take time off of work to
help the band out with
anything it may need, said
Rodgers, whose husband is
BHS Band Boosters president.
People generally expect to
get paid for the work they do,
but the band boosters donate
all of their time and ask for
nothing in return.
The boosters spend hours at
football games, carwashes and
other fund-raising activities.
All of this is done with nothing
but drive and devotion to the
band members. When the
bands and their members have
a great support system, the
community reaps the benefits
by getting better, band
performances and competition
winners., -


Rodgers, who is now
involved in the BHS Band
Boosters, said she does get
something back from donating
her time to the band boosters.

"I get to be proud from
watching the kids get superiors
at competitions" and see the
kids be proud of their own
accomplishments, she said.
Rodgers and Prevatt both
agree that they are there to
support their kids and all of the
band members.
Volunteers to donate their
time to the band boosters are
needed, said Prevatt, even after
football season.

Anyone who wants to be
involved in the band boosters
organization, whether they
have a child in band or not, can
contact BMS band director
Mike Reynolds at (904)966-
6701 or BHS band director
Mike Johnson at (904)966-
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B psters host band
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After much anticipation, the
Bradfdrd Middle School band
moved into its new band room
approximately two weeks ago.
Now, the BMS Band
Boosters will be hosting an
open house for the everyone to
see the new building.
The event will be held
tonight. Thursday, Nov. 3, at
the band room from 5:30 to 7
p.m.
Finger foods and drinks will
be served.
Everyone in the-community
is invited to attend.


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By'JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On Friday nihit, th&"-i-'loei
County. Ti'gdrs.went into -Tiger
Stadium looking for, only one
thing-the district 4-2B title.
The Tigers were not
concerned with. all the hype-
surrounding their opponents,
the Ocala Trinity Catholic
Celtics. The Celtics came into
the contest a with perfect 8-0
record and had outscored their
opponents 493-6. Their
number-one ranking only
served to fuel the Tigers' fire.
That fire was.shown on both
the offensive and defensive
sidess of the ball.
- In a well-fought ball game in
which /both teams left
everything on the field, one
team had to come away as
district champion and one as
di cst rft .runner-Lup.
Unfortunately the Tigers came
up the latter in a 23-21 loss to
the Celtics.
While the Tigers (5-3, 3-1 in


District.4) did come up short,
they managed to have a couple
.of firsts against the Celtics (9-
0, 4-0). The Tigers were the
first team this season to score
before the'Celtics did arid they
were also the first team to lead
the Celtics, doing so for more
than two-and-half quarters.
This season, no team had taken
a halftime' lead against the
Celtics. No one had sacked the
Celtics quarterback.as well.
. In what some felt might be
the Tigers' worst loss of the
season, the Tigers were able to
play their best game in two
seasons. The Tigers proved to
be a formidable foe for the
Celtics.
After the game; Union head
coach Buddy ,Nobles
questioned why the Tigers
were such underdogs.
"Why are we.the ones that
have the underdog tag in this
contest," Nobles asked. "Our.
schedule was much tougher
than the teams the Celtics have
faced."
Nobles' statement could be


backed up with the fact that
only. two teams the Celtics had
faced during the season had
winning records.
The Tigers .opened up the
scoring With running back C.k


Spiller going I yard for a ,
touchdown. Rodencia Austin
tacked on the extra point to
give the Tigers a 7-0 lead. It
See' UCHS, p. '12C


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Union County will travel to
,Springfield to take on a larger
,school prior to the start of its
'playoff run, but Class 4A
.Rutherford has struggled this
:year, having won just two
:games.
The Rams (2-7), who host
,Union County Friday, Nov. 4,
;at 8 p.m. (EST), are in the
,midst of a four-game losing'
streak. Ruthefford squeaked by
.a winless Tate team 28-25 for
Iits second win, but has since
[lost 34-3 to sixth-ranked, Class
?4A Lincoln, 23-13 to Chiles,
20-7 to Leon and 34-26 to
Mosle).
Defensively, the Rams, who
:have held just two opponents
below 20 points, are allowing
:an average of 26 points per
game.
In their last outing, against
Mosley, the Rams yielded 406
'ards rushing on 40 carries.
Mosley running back Enrique
;Davis carried 22 times for 297
yards and four touchdowns,
iwo of which were on. runs of
'58 and 63 yards.
That effort came two games
after the loss to Chiles, in


which the Rams allowed an
average of 5 ) ards per carry.
Offensivel, the Rams have
scored at least 26 points four
times and are averaging 17
points per game.
Senior quarterback Steven
Felix has been a key part of the
Rutherford offense. He has
completed 105-of-193 passes
for 1,255 yards in eight games.
Felix, who sat out his team's
loss to Leon with a deep thigh
bruise, returned last week to
complete 16-of-34 passes for
266 yards and one touchdown
against Mosley. His leading
receivers in that game were
Daidren Hill, who had eight
receptions for 136 yards, and
R.C. Collins, who had five
receptions for 92 yards.
Running the ball, though,
has been a problem of late for
Rutherford. Running b'ick
Anthony Roulhac rushed for
505 yards in the Rams' first six
games, but was held to minus-
2 yards in the loss to Chiles.
Roulhac and fellow back
Dwarnell Harden were then
held to approximately 150
yards combined against Leon.
Roulhac did rush for 86
yards and one touchdown on
13 carries last week against
Mosley.


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Bradford High golfers


honored at Starke course


--Management and staff of the
Starke Golf and' Country Club
hosted a cookout honoring the
Bradford High School boys'
and -rirls' olfr teams their


City, St. Johns Country Day
and Union County. BHS
golfers had the opportunity to
play such courses as Plantation
Oaks. the University of


Mike Tew also qualified for
regional competition.
Coaches Greg Marshall,
Nancy Payne and Sandi-
Tomlinson have- worked


g... gm- -. I ,- -
coaches and families on Oct. 6. Florida, Eagle Harbor, Quail diligently with the golfers to
The teams participated in an Heights, Live Oak and Palatka. improve their skills and scores. -''--==' --.
exciting season that had them Bradford's girls,' team David Elder, the pro at the
competing in matches against qualified for the Region 2-A Starke Golf and Country Club, "
Santa Fe, Baker County, P.K. meet by placing third in the and Andy Coston also assisted '
Yonge, Suwannee, Crescent district. Boys' team member the coaches.


Late rally by BHS falls short


ihn 34-30 loss to Warriors ,


Members of the
Bradford High School
girls' golf team are:
Heather Alvarez, Emily
Coston, Mary Beth
Johnson, Brittney
Lovelace and Samantha
Schmidt. Boys' team
members are: Lacy
Alvarez, Corey Bolton,
Mike Callaway, Barrett
Cooper, John Crawford,
Cody Johnson, Brad
Melvin, Michael McRae,
Jack Tatum, Thomas
Tatum, Mike Tew, Matt
Weaver and Troy
Whittle.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

It was a good start for the
Bradford High School football
team, but it still did not
translate into a win as the
Tornadoes played themselves
out of playoff contention with
a .34-30 loss to district
opponent West Nassau on Oct.
28 in Callahan.
The Tornadoes (3-6, 2-3 in
District 3-2A) jumped out to a
12-0 lead in the first quarter,
but the Warriors answered
with three touchdowns to take
a 21-12 lead at the half. They
,never relinquished that lead,
though Bradford made things
interesting late.
Quarterback J.R. Petteway
completed three passes for 30
yards and rushed three times
for 50 yards as the Tornadoes
put together a 90-yard scoring
drive. Petteway's 4-yard
touchdown run capped the
drive with 39 seconds
remaining in the game.
It was the second touchdown
of the fourth quarter for the
Tornadoes, but their rally
ended when the onside kick
attempt after Petteway's score
was unsuccessful .
*West Nassau (5-4, 2-3) was
playing for nothing but pride,
but Bradford still had a chance
.to-qualiffor the TetsiTason. If
the Tornadoes had' beaten West
N.aessau, they-would have been


District 3 runners-up since
Keystone Heights defeated
Ribault. The loss means
Keystone will play at South
Sumter in the Region 2
quarterfinals as the district
runner-up.
The Tornadoes made up for
their disastrous start against
Ribault the previous week by
forcing West Nassau to go
three-and-out on its first
possession and then scoring on
just two plays. James Jamison
had a 21-yard run to the West
Nassau 33 and Dejpr Hill
carried it into the end zone
from there. Hill ran.right over
a would-be tackler to put
Bradford up 6-0 a little more
than two minutes into the
game.
Chuckie Covington set the
Tornadoes up for their next
score when he returned a punt
27 yards to the West Nassau
18. Jamison, after his own 13-
yard run and a penalty, scored
on a 3-yard run to put Bradford
up 12-0 with 7:11 remaining in
the first quarter.
Bradford's lead would be
short-lived because of the
efforts of West Nassau running
back Derek Anderson, who
hurt the Tornadoes with 200
yards on five receptions.
Anderson took a screen pass
and turned it ,into a 54-yard
__gain -to the Bradford 5-yard
line. That led to quarterback
Austin Janney's' 1-yard
touchdown plunge that pulled


the Warriors within 12-7 at the
5:02 mark in the first quarter.
Bradford's Kadeem
Leverson stopped the
Warriors' next drive with an
interception of a tipped pass at
his own 19, but the Tornadoes
would go on to fumble the ball
away at the West Nassau 40.
Anderson then struck again,
taking a pitch from a fellow
teammate on a pass reception.
and turning it into a 45-\ard
touchdown with 10:15 to play
in the second quarter. West
Nassau's two-point conversion
failed, but the Warriors led 13-
12.
A 34-yard pass plaN later put
the Warriors at the.Bradford I.
Marcellus Nelson scored from
there with 29 seconds left
before halftime. The successful'
two-point conversion seht the
Warriors into the locker room
up 21-12.
Bradford came out in the
second half and quickly made.
it a three-point game when
Jamison took' a pass from
Petteway and turned it into. a
56-yard touchdown play.
However, as was the case all
game long, the Tornabloes
could not successfully
complete 'the conversion
attempt, leaving the score .at
21-18 in the Warriors' favor.
: Linebacker Marcus Wilson
came up with a big play for the
Tornadoes when he broke up a
See BHS, p. 11C


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By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer.

Nothing is on the line this
Friday night when Bradford
and Sebring take to the
football field except the chance
to end a disappointing season
on a winning note.
Both teams enter the Nov. 4
contest, which will kick off at
7:30 p.m. with identical 3-6
records. The Tornadoes played
theqiselves out of playoff
contention with their loss to
West Nassau last week.
Sebring, a Class 3A school,
was already out of playoff
contention prior to its game
last week with longtime rival
Avon Park. Avon Park
defeated the Blue Streaks (3-6)
30-20.
Most of Sebring's losses
have been close affairs with
the exception of a 33-12 defeat
at the hands of DeSoto County.
The Blue Streaks lost by just
eight points (21-13) to third-
ranked, Class 3A Hardee and
led _20-9 against Avon Park
before succumbing to a fourth-


quarter rally.
Two of the Blue Streaks'
wins have come against bigger
schools Class 4 A
Okeechobee and Class 5A Port
St. Lucie. Both those teams,
however, have losing records.
Sebring is averaging 18
points per game, with a high of
49 points against Port St.
Lucie. The team has been shut
out once by Class 4A Winter
Haven.
Junior quarterback ;A.C.
Wilson entered the Avon Park
game with 351 rushing yards,
555 passing yards and seven
touchdowns. Wilson rushed for
41 yards on 14 carries against
Avon Park, scoring on runs of,
1 and 26 yards.
Senior quarterback Chris
Welborn also played against
Avon Park, scoring on a 1-yard
run.
Sophomore running back
T.J. Williams entered the Avon
Park game with 613 yards and
five touchdowns on 88 carries.
Williams entered last week's
game coming off of a career-
high 202 yards on just 13


carries in a 49-16 win over
Port St. Lucie on Oct. 21.
The win over Port St. Lucie
saw Sebring amass 519 yards
of offense, including 360 on
the ground. Williams had
touchdown runs of 20 and 50
yards.
Wilson passed for 159 yards
with a 75-yard touchdown pass
to senior wide receiver T.J.
Hipps. Wilson also had two
touchdown runs.
;Sebring's defense did allow
323 yards to Port St. Lucie;
including 263 rushing yards on
59 carries, but contributed to
the scoring on a 35-yard
fumble return for a touchdown
by Willie Lowe.
Against Avon Park, the Blue
Streaks had three interceptions.
Opponents are scoring an
average of 19 points per game
against Sebring. The most
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allowed are 33 against DeSoto
County. Sebring has shut out
two opponents: Pasco (10-0)
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Lori Albritton and Brenda Ward go up for a block
attempt on a spike by Lake Highland Prep's
MacKenzie Oscher.



Defe 1ding state

volleyball champs

end Indians' year


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

It was a loss that eliminated
the Keystone Heights High
School volleyball team from
the playoffs and ended its
seasons but Keystone Heights
head cdach Scott Conkling told
his players '.he,, hli. nothing to
be ashamed of after their 3-0
(25-17, 25-12, 25-10) loss at
the hands of defending state
champion Lake Highland Prep
on Oct. 29 in a Region 2
semifinal match in Keystone.
Conkling said he told his
S players prior to the match to
play so that they would have
no regrets afterward. He felt
his team did just that.
"We just got beat," Conkling
said. "They were a better team
today, a better team overall."
,T-he -third-ranked
Highlanders (24-5) will now
play fourth-ranked P.K. Yonge
(26-3) f'Tr the Region 2
chqpinyhip- 'on "Thursday,
No%. .. Lake Highland Prep
swept every opponent in the
postseason en route to winning
the state title last year and has
swept both of its opponents to
date in this year's playoffs.
Keystone (27-2), ranked
-eighth in the state, ended its
best season ever in terms of
wins and losses (the 2001 and
2002 teams advanced to the
regional finals).
The Indians gave the
Highlanders a battle early in
the first game of the match.
Three kills by Mallorie Wasik
and a block by Jessica
Whitfield kept the game close.


A kill by Jessica Ford and a
block by Ford led to two points
and a 10-9 lead.
However, Keystone would
score just one point when it
held serve the rest of the game.
Two kills each from Lake
Highland's MacKenzie Oscher
and Kaley Viola helped the
Highlanders take the lead for
good.
Lake Highland led 12-6 in
the second game before reeling
off four straight points behind
Viola's serve. The sequence
featured two kills by Erin
Fleming and one kill by
Brittany Roderick.
The Highlanders closed out
the game with kills by Oscher
and Viola.
Whether it was Fleming,
Oscher, Roderick or Viola,
they were all able to find holes
in the Keystone defense after
being set up by teammate
Katie Gal'agher. v%.ho' tallied
'29 assists.
"Their anack is ,- ,.anried."
Conkling said. "'.e jusi;ap'.l-..
see that very much "If you
don't see it very much, it's
hard to learn how to play
against it."
The Highlander, scored the
first six points, including, two
aces by Viola, of the third
game en route to winning by
15 points.
Wasik had nine kills and
five digs for the Indians, while
Ford had 12 assists. Cassandra
Bruey added five digs.
Roderick led 'the-
Highlanders in kills with 13
and Fleming had 13 digs.







Keystone's
Jessica Ford
prepares to
set up a
51 teammate
while Brenda
Ward looks
on.


KH girls' team advances to regionals


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The girls' cross country
team at Keystone Heights High
School and boys' team
member Warren Tillery will be
competing in the upcoming
Region 2 meet after their
performances at the District 3-
2A meet on Oct.. 29 in
Brooksville.
Keystone's girls' team
placed fourth in the team
standings to earn the berth in
the regional meet, which will
be held Saturday, Nov. 5, at
Lecanto .High School. The
girls' race starts at 9:30 a.m.
and the boys' race at 10:10
a.m.
The Keystone girls' team
will be attempting to earn its
second straight trip to the state
finals.
Margaret Walker placed
third in the 72-runner field
with a time of 20:23.83 to lead
the Indians. She finished
behind district champion
Leeann Eble of Pasco, who
had a time of 19:35.96, and
district runner-up Tara
Haddock of Lecanto, who had
a time of 19:48.24.
Two more Keystone runners
placed in the top 20. Elizabeth
Wheeler was 15"t with a time
of 22:36.13 and Julie Rund
was 17th with a time of
22:45.75:
Keystone's Jordyn, Davis
placed 301h .with a time of
24:33.95, while teammate
Rachel Fonvielle placed 39"'
with a time of 25:12.61.


Warren Tillery earned a
regional berth for the
Keystone boys' cross
country team.


Tornadoes
eliminated

from playoffs
by Crusaders

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Bradford earned a
postseason berth by finishing
as the District 3-4A runner-up,
but the Tornadoes' stay in the
playoffs was a short one after a
3-0 loss to Bishop Kenny in a
Region 1 quarterfinal match on
Oct. 25.
The eighth-ranked Crusaders
defeated Bradford by the
scores of 25-6, 25-18, 25-18.
Bishop Keniny would go on to
defeat Wakulla 3-2 (26-24, 17-
25, 23-25, 25-18, 15-10) in the
semifinals on Oct. 29.
The Crusaders (19-10) will
play for the Region I
championship Thursday, Nov.
3, against 10"-ranked Santa Fe
(21-7), the District 3
champion.
Bradford ends its season
with a 14-11 record.


The Keystone girls' cross country team will be going on to regionals after placing
fourth in its district. Pictured above (from left) are: Margaret Walker, Liz Wheeler,
Rachel Fonvielle, Jordyn Davis, Stephanie Hoffman and coach Teresa Whitfield.
Not pictured: Julie Rund.


Stephanie Hoffman also
competed for Keystone,
finishing with a time of
35:53.79.
Lecanto's team was the
district champion with 53
points, followed by runner-up
Hernando with 59 points.
The Keystone boys' team
placed eighth, but Tillery
earned his way to regionals by
placing seventh out of 92


runners with a time of
17:10.57. Teammate Daniel
Wheeler also finished in the
top 20, placing 19th with a time
of 18:08.08.
Keystone was also
represented by Michael
Vanwie (20:38.29), Kameron
Mooneyham (21:06.53), Paul
Triest (21:53.56), Kameron
Kicklighter (22:42.23) and
Bradley Harvey (26:22.82).


Hernando, which had the top
three finishers in the race, won
the district championship with
22 points, finishing well ahead
of runner-up Crystal River,
which had 67 points.
Benjamin Martucci was the
individual district champion
with a time of 16:07.40, while
fellow Hernando runner
Andrew Martucci was runner-
up with a time of 16:22.05.


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- IN SERVICES,


Steven Richard
Gorman


Steven Richard
Gorman, United States
Marine, was promoted to
Corporal on Aug. 1, 2005.
Cpl. Gorman graduated from
Deerfield Beach High School in
1999 and spent three and half
years at Florida Christian
College in Kissimmee. He
graduated from Parris Island on
April 17, 2003, where he
served as squad leader and


religious lay leader. He served a
year in Okinawa, Japan.
On Sept. 22, 2005, Gorman
completed his first tour of duty
in Iraq. He was welcomed
home at Camp Lejuene, N.C.
by his mother Marilyn Gorman
of Jacksonville, his sister and
brother-in-law, David and
Bobbie Jo Pittman and
nephews James Elijah and
Ethan Landon Carl Pittman, all
of Lake Butler.
He was also welcomed home
by his sister Deanna Scholten
and nephew Zachary Tyler
Nelson of Sioux Falls, S.D, a
brother Jayson Scholten (USN)
of Lead S.D. and his
grandmother Gladys Gimble of
Sturgis, S.D.

Auxiliary
hosts bazaar.
The Shands at Starke
Auxiliary will be hosting its
annual bazaar in the atrium of
the hospital on Friday, Nov. 4,
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Baked
goods, gift items and arts and
crafts will be on sale. Proceeds
will go to the auxiliary to fund
projects that will benefit the
patients and staff of the
hospital.


All students who earned first
place received savings bonds
and all winners (first-fourth
place) received art supplies.
Winners by age category
were:
Kindergarten-third-grade:
first place-Wyatt Townsend
(home school); second place
(tie)-Emily Brock (Hampton
Elementary), Jaida Turgeon
(Southside Elementary); third
place-Autump Johns
(Hampton); fourth place
(tie)-Jake Johnson
(Hampton), Lacee Thornton
(Hampton).
Fourth-fifth-grade: first
place--Tennant; second.


Shandrika Tennant received a savings bond and a
computer for winning Best in Show in the Santa Fe
Community College Starke Fall Festival's youth art
contest.


LCS student
wins best in
show in SFCC
contest
Shandrika Tenriant, a
student 4t Lawtey Community


School, received best in show
in the Bradford County Youth
Art Show, which coincided
with the Santa Fe Community
College Starke Fall Festi' al.
Tennant, who took first
place in the fourth-fifth-grade
category, won a computer,
which was donated by Eddy
Gomez, a computer teacher at
Santa Fe Community College.


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GATORS and their opponent, combined, in the lie breaker blank. (For
instance, if the score of the GATORS game was GATORS 19, opponent
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SPEAKS
Continued from p. 1C

nearby
"I am 3 se'enth-generation
Floridi.n NMy family has
titledd aid \acationed in
Florida for as, long %' I can
remember lite 'cenilC routes
\\e thao cra'eled ior caiis and
the pJatrlres oft cn are no
l.iigeir here T1lie grazing land
i, notv. hom c To in.n. f.ani lics
Iim i .. nhin 100 vard% of one
another FlItda farmers are
being .appr,'-chlied b\ large
developers .and being offered
unbeltc able ,ainlOLlits of,
mone\ ftr thel landl they have
lived on and farmed all of their
lives.
"Unfortunately, to many the
offer is too good to resist in the
face of low prices for their


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State FFA President Brady Revels (left) and 4-H
President Abigail Crawford are pictured at the USDA


Farm Bill Listening Forum.


products and too many
go% ernment regulations.
"[ have personally witnessed
farmland being developed. I
rh'.e spoken with youth and
adiilts who have no
appreciation for the land we
Iv.e on or where the food we
eatj comes from. Instituting
programs that will educate the
uninformed public and
providing for research and
programs that will keep our
arinlands productive are what
it will take to preserve the next
generation of farmers and
ranchers."
In 1862, 58 percent of
Americans were farmers, so
v.hen President Abraham
Lincoln founded the United
States Department of
Agriculture, he dubbed it the
"People's Department."
Today, USDA remains
committed to America's


farmers and ranchers, but also
continues its legacy of being a
department for the people.
The 2002 Farm Bill
authorizes many federal
-programs, including farm price
and income support programs.
New legislation must be
enacted prior to its expiration
in 2007 to ensure continuity of
these important programs.
Approximately 10 percent of
the productive farm land in the
state of Florida has been sold
for non-agricultural use in the
past year. If this trend
continues there will be little or
maybe no agricultural land in
Florida by the year 2015.
If you are concerned about
this and other agricultural
issues, and woulyl like to
provide input on the 2007
Farm Bill, please submit
comments to Johanns at
www.isda.gov/farmbill or by


mail: USDA Farm Bill,
Secretary Mike Johanns, C/O
Office of ExecutLive
Secretariat, 1400
Independence Ave. SW, Room
116-A, Washington DC
20250-3355.


Circus comes

to Starke
The Loomis Brothers Circus
will come to Starke on
Tuesday, Nov. 8, at the
Bradford fairgrounds on north
U.S. 301 with show times at,5
p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
The circus features
performing dogs, clowns,
acrobats, magic, aerialists;
jugglers and much more.
Doors open one hour prior to
show time with' face painting,
cotton candy, popcorn and soft
drinks available.


Class e A S wh on cl d it A 964-6305

Classified Ads where one call does it all!o.4"-


0 Noti player 123,000 miles,
40 Notices greal condition. $4999.
EOQJA.. -.O'JSrNG OP- Call 904-964-6832.
PORTUNrfAil reales- 96 FORD RANGER XL, 4
late adi'e-i- r' n cyl, 5 spd. cold AC, new
re-ipaper s'ubiaci Ie tires, 128K, asking
itre Federal Far, Housing $2200. Cal 352-494-
Act:' 1963 .,ichi irakeS 3260 or 904-782-3419.
1 illegal lO advemse "any 1994 TOYOTATERCEL, 2
preference, irnaration or.- 1994OYOTATERCELC 2.
o sznirr;nma n based on door, gas saver. coldAC.
race, color, religion, sex runs great S1300. Call
race, coor religion, sex 904-838-1979 or 904-
or national origin, or an 964-8940
intention to make any- 9%4-8940.
such preference, limita- 1995 CHEVY S15, ext
tion or discrimination." pick-up, cold AC, runs
Familial status includes great $1500. Call 904-
children underthe ageof 838-1979 or 904-964-
18 living with parents or 8940.
legal custodians, preg- 1994 FORD Ranger pick-
S rianl women and people up. cold AC, runs greal
esBuer q tochil- rt4PQ..iQalL 9045838-
*^'L' t ;, .-?, ., aa Th, t'* orP904-964-8940h'
newspaper Wili nolvnovw-
S ingiy accept any adver- Lanai model, all leather.
using for real esrale all power, cola ac, excel-
which is in violation ol ihe lent condition. high road
3 law. Our readers are mies. $8900, Call 904-
hereby informed that all 964-8394
dwellings advertised in WANTED: CARS AND
this newspaper are avail- trucks, running or not.
able on an equal oppor- Musl oe complete $100
tunvrybasis Tocomplain ana up. Call 904-964-
of aiscrimination. call 5405. 904 263-8933 or
HUD'toll-free at 1-800- 904-964-2432.
669-9777; the toll-free 88 MAZDA EXT CAB
S telephone numberfor the pckup 5 spd,cold ac,
hearing impaired is 1- need possible head gas-
800-927-9275. For fur- ket, but runs real.
their information call $1755. Also 94 Chevy
Florida Commission on Lumina Van.. cold, ac,
Human Relations, Lisa needs transmission work
bit Sutherland 850-488- $650 Call904-964-4111
7082 ext #1005. 43 RV's &
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS- Campers
*i ING should be submitted
IN to the Starke office in "FALL BLOW OUTI ALL
1^ writing & paid in advance motorhomes, TT & 5th
unless credit has already wheels on sale. Full parts
been established with & sevlce deptl Call 386-
tns office A $3 00 SEB- 758-8661.
VICE CHARGE will be 44 Boats &
added to all billings to ATV's
cover postage & han-
dling. SSI 1974 SPEEDBOAT 16ft,
STAFF CANNOT 'BE 35 hpJohnson, seats 4.
HELD RESPONSIBLE good condition. $1500
FOR MISTAKES IN Call 904-9644488 or
C L A S S I F IE D 352-473-5214.
ADVERTISING TAKEN 14' 1987 GLASS
OVER THE PHONE. STREAMER, Suzuki
Deadline Tuesday at 75HP, trolling motor, fish
Deadline is Tuesday at !nder. galvanized trailer.
12 noon prior to thatal
Thursday's publication. Reduced to $2500. Call
Minimum charge is $8.00 904-533-9391 after 6pm.
for the first 20 words, 45 Land For
then 20 cents per word Sale
thereafter. 1 25 ACRES WITH 32x68
41 Auctions MH. well and sepltic. like
AUCTION EVERY Thurs- new. Low down pay-
day & Saturday night, at ment. Financing avail-
_._ 6551 NW CR 225, able. Located In Union.
Starke. Starts 7:00pm, County. Low down pay-
Will take new and used ment. Call 386-496-"
S items for consignment, 1146.
S.sold 1 piece at a time 47 Comercial
ABMO 000 1542, AUMO
0001153. Property
42 Motor FOR LEASE OR sale ideal
I- location 2 parcels! 2800
Vehicles SOFT building with of-
1998 JEEP CHEROKEE fice, barn, mini storage,
Sport 4x4, red, auto- 5acres.of of South301
matic, tilt, power win- Also 8 acres, partially
dows/locks, new tires, cleared. Both lots 3/1Olh
-- cold AC, AM/FM CD of d mile from new


Walman Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more Information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
. professional offices for"
rent Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
space adjacent to the
courthouse, lease start- .
ing at $300 per monih
Two (2) offices available
sizes are 13'6" x 13'9"
and 12'x13'6" Call904--
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GAINESVILLE 5BR/4BA,
3000 sq fh. block home
on 6 acres witn shop
building, steal 'it at
$275,000 Call 352.422-.
0642. .

put on your own lot. first
$10K dollars gets it. Call
Richard at 352-795-
3676.
WANTED TQ BUY! FHA
approved in low $100's
Looking for FHA ap-
proved house, prefer-
south of new Walmart
No MH's houses only;
Minimum 1100 sq ft,
3BR/1.5BA. Call 90-653-
1330 leave message.
OWNER FINANCING
Brand new construction.
s'le built home. 3BR/
2BA, large wooded 2/3
acre lot. Keystone
Heights area. $1995
down. Call 352-692-
4343 www.newhouse
411.com
WE BUY JUNKY
HOUSES. nice ones too
Can close In under 72
hours. 352-258-0865 or
webuyjunkyhouses.com.
WATERFRONT. BRAND
NEW, 3BR/J2A 2150 sq
It, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roeas.
$154.900. Call 352-692-
4343. www.newhouse
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49 Mobile
Homes For
Sale
2006, 4*2 FOR $39.995 in-
cludes 2 mini decks, AC
skirting. setup and deliv-
ery. Ocala Factory Spe-
cials. Hurry before Ihe
sale ends Call Rod at
352-373-5428
USED 28X52 GREAT
conditionlike new. In-
cludes popular options
like plywood floors
Dropped on your prop-
erly for only $21,500
Call Malt at 352-375-


904-964-8111


BRAND NEW 2006
.Fleetwood 32x56, 4 + 2,
loaded for $46,995 set-
up and delivery included
fora short time only! Call
Rod at 352-378-6024.
1989 USED SINGLEWIDE
2 + 2 w Glamour bath
setup & delivery for
$9995. Call Marion at
352-378-1008.
USED 28 X 56 1982 model
in good shape for $4995.
Call Matt at 352-373-
5428.
DO YOU OWN LAND or
have a large down pay-
ment, but no one will fi-
nance you on a new
manufacluied home? I
have a special program
available Call Matt to
qualify at 352-376-1008.
3BR/2.5BA DWMH 1996
w/ 3 plus acres in Gra-
ham, (30 min to
Gainesville, 15 min to
Stakee. Fenced with 2
gates, 2 pastures, bring
the kids and the pets.
Horses welcome.
$85,000. Call 352-625-
6926. Well kept, great
starter home, large back
deck, all electric appli-
ances included.
1.25 ACRES WITH 32x68
MH, well and septic, like
new. Low down pay-
ment. Financing avail-
. able. Located in Union
County. Low down pay-
ment. Call 386-496-
1146.
BEAT HIGH PRICES New
2006 Fleetwood 3/2,
Tirberwoo a DW Del

Pine Fleetwood, Ocala-
Call 352-671-9210.
ALL NEW FLEETWOOD,
Timberwood, 2000 sq dt
plus loaded with extras
Must seel $69,995.
South Pine Fleetwood,
Ocala. Call 352-671-
9210.
SOUTH PINE FLEET-
WOOD Dont buy before
you shop Great selec-
tion of Doubles, and
Singles. Ocala, Drive a
title. save a lolt352-671-
9210
50 For Rent
SILVER LAKE, KEY-
STONE area, 1BR MH,
large enclosed porch,
quiet, safe area. $450
month Lawn care in-
cluded. Call 352-473-
S5214:
35 YEAR OLD CHRISTIAN
black male seeks room-
mate for Lawtey home.
Located on'2 acres of
secluded land, $275
month plus 1/2 of utilities.
Call 904-753-1912.
FOR RENT IN Clay Hill,
nice SWMH 3BR/2BA,


CH/A, on 1- 3.-Ce. 20
min to Starke off of SR
218 /301. $650-plus de-
posit. Call 904-237-2833.
FOR RENT 3BR/2BA,
$500.rent and $'60(F'e-
curity. No pets, Call 904-
964-9719.
3BR/1BA, SINGLE family
rrn.me ocalena.,t. 1320
Charla es Court,-Sla'rke FI.
Please talk to Mar,'
Parks next goi0 for de
lais Secift.n.S ana HLID
renters welIome.
LARGE 3BNA 1.1H in
ine country -hdn-smo.
ers nc. petls 6o0 per
month plus dlpit. Call
9: ,,.96 a g ,e o '." ,'
IN RAIFOD;, iUrfurlid4hed
3BR/2BA, MH front and
back screenep Qhes,
heai S9 i r ker.s,
smoKe rs,.Y"oirp ls|$500
month plus$500 deposit .
Call 386-431-1568.
LARGE 3BR/2BA OWMH
$550 'month all electric,
CH/A, no pets! Call 904-
964-6445.
3BR'2B, SWMH & a
DWMH. olh are fenced.
$600 & $700 plus de-
posil call 386-445-6302
for more Information.
1BR CABIN ON Crosby
Lake $325 month, refer-
ences required. Call 904-
964-6687..
GARAGE APT, Keystone
Heights area on lIke! In-
cludes utilities, w/AC,
available, $390 month
lus deposit.,Partially fur-
nished. Call 352-473-
4220.
2BRi'BA. .IH,:L.norne .acr

' *352-475-62606'
3BR, MH, for rent, close to
RMC, Call '386-496-
2599.
3BR and 4BR MH's, owner
financing, CH/A, on 1
acre lots, Clay Electric or
FPL, No pets. Call 352-
468-2959.
KEYSTONE/ PUTNAM'
County line, 2BR/1BA,
trailer and lot, $500
month, furnished or un-
furnished. First. last se-
curity. Will exchange firsf
and last for work done to
property, will discuss op-
tion. Call 352-473-3121.
KEYSTONE-LUVIT here.
Share whole house.,
TV's, VCR's, neat clean,
washer/dryer, porch, etc.
Master BR, paved road,
$110 weekly, everything
included. Call 352-473-
3121. .
2BR/1 BA, MH IN Keystone
Heights great for seniors,
lawn maintenance in-'
cluded, $450 month, 1st,
last plus $450 security.
Contact 352-475-5185.
2BR/2BA DWMH OFF OF
301 close to Starke,


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$425 month. Call after and white with brown
6pm, 904-880-7763. eyes. Female answers
TRAILER FOR RENT: to the name of Chanel.
2BR/1BA, washer, dryer, Has shots and collar. If
microwave, front porch, found please call Robert
chain link fence, on 1 Bowen at 904-964-5244
acre of land. Mowing ser- or Linda Bowen at
vice and pest control pro- Starke Police Dept at
vided. $500 first and last 904-964-5400. RE-
months rent plus $300 WARD OFFEREDI
deposit. Call 904-964- 42 Animals &
4386 ask for James
RENT-TO-OWN Brand PetS
new construction, site HORSE BEDDING-shav-
built home, 3BR/2BA, Ings, forsale, delivered by
large wooded 2/3 acre small dump truck. Call
lot, Keystone Heights 386-431-1536,904-966-
area. $1995 down. Call 9312, 352-538-5564 or
352-692-4343. www. 386-431-9230.
newhouse411.com. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES,
WATERFRONT, BRAND (long hair) ready week of
NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq 11/9/05, 2 males, black
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acre with paved roads, each. Call 904-782-
$154,900. Call 352-692- 3848.
4343. Information avail- 53 A Starke
able at www.newhouse Yard Sales
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FURNISHED ROOMS MULTI-FAMILY YARD
FOR RENT COM- SALE at Community
PLETE with CH/A, cable State Bank on Novem-
provided, all utilities paid! ber5, 2005, 7am-?
Central location. 10% MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
discount on first months 601 W Call St. Thurs, Fri
rent for senior citizens. & Sat, All dayl
Rooms with private bath, FINAL MOVING SALE at
$105 $115. /wk. Room 527 N Walnut st, 7am -
without bath, $90. Laun- 1pm, Saturday. every-
dry facilities available., thing must go!
Close to churches, YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
stores, downtown shop- 8am to ? 624 S
ping, theatre, and morel Epperson St, behind
See Manager at the Madison St Church.
Magnolia Hotel, across Weather permitting.
from the Starke Post Of- FOUR FAMILY YARD
fice. 904-964-4303. Sale, South 301 behind
WE HAVE 2 OR3bedroom Kindgom Hall In Hamp-
MH. clean, close to ton, Sat & Sun, rain or
p"Br Qn CAU3S^?*I^.>^, 6'* .
w,.43S3-,,, -J -..- R BI&SAT.9AMTILSPM,
SOUTHERN .VILLAS OF Famllos. means suits.
Starke Apts. Looking lor boys & girls winter
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC cclothesin dffereni sizes,
& non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground,.pr- T
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly reno-
vated. Deposit required.
Call 386-496-3067,678- I
438-6828 or 678-438-
2865, for more Informa-
tiohn.
FOR RENT; 14x70 mobile 1. 134 sq ft. home,
S. home, 2BR/2BA, A/C, ,
'heat, $550 per month. A lot in Keystone He
security deposit plus first \. \lo,
and last months rent is Cod\ Financinx
required. Call 904-964- 0or6 Financin
8431 or 352-745-1189. INI
5iLost/Found AT
FOUND RED HUNTING A
"dog, near CR 225: Call
to identify 904-964- i
4021. '
LOST IN MORGAN road
vicinity. Reddish brown


shoes, misc items, Rain


shoes, misc items, Rain
trees, Crape Myrtle and
indoor potted plants.
West SR100 beyond
Pine Forest apartment,
look for signs.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
8am til 4pm. CR229, NW
77th Place. Household
items, womans clothes,
jean shirts, sweaters,
children clothes size
newborn to 8 years, iron
pots, skillets, plants,
dishes, baby items, etc.
904-964-4126.
MOVING SALE, Friday
only 9am to ? Household
and tools, lots more!
1529 E Call St.
1198 E CALLSTHEET, Fri
& Sat, 8am to ? A Big
sale! Something for ev-
eryone.
MOVING SALE, 1512 E
Call St, Saturday only,
8am to ? bedroom fumi-
ture, weight lifting equip-
ment, household items,
kitchen dishes, knick
knacks, and many other
things.
YARD SALE, Friday & Sat-
urday, 8am to 3pm. SR
100 West towards Lake
Butler, turn right on CR
225, (Bayless Hwy) 1.5
miles to grey house on
right after curve.
GIGANTIC SALE! Fri &
Sat 7:30am to 2pm, 230
East Call St, 2 miles past
the Hospital on NE 14th
Ave, (Country Club) look
for signs. 10 large tables
of Ctuff: antiques, ste-
reos, compuleis. Avon
albums, 8 track lapes
cassettes movies and
more. All must
Cheapl New slutf added
continuously.


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YARD SALE AT 1445 E
Call Street: Fli & Sat
8am to 2rp.n' '
THURS FRI SAT 9am
to 3pm. 1 3 weil lo-.ards
the prison, left on 229 A,
by Heilbron Springs
Church, 1.5 miles on the
right. Rain or shine, lots
01 goodies' BabW items,
computer, pc games,
household items.
FAMILYYARD SALE, Sat-
urday only, 8am to 4pm.
Clothes, crafts, bed &
frame. Off of-CR225 in
LawIev follow ;i'3ni
LOTS OF GOOD STULIFF,
SaLlifday only lits i Ine
2 Slony house tV Ire old
bowling alley, on 30',
follow signs
MULTI FAMILIES Fri &
Sal Down by hospital
turn left at First Presby-
terian Church, go 1 mile
to NE21st Ave, turn left,
follow signs. Tons of
stuff!
3 FAMILY SALE Friday
only! 8am to 1pm.
CR125 in Lawtey, 5
miles from 301. House-
hold items, baby items,
clothes, furniture &
much more.
CHRISTMAS PLUS yard
sale decorations, gifts,
hostess items, ladies
plus clothes & much
more. Fri & Sat, 8am to
2pm, CR 225 & CR 229,
look for signs.
RAIN OR SHINE! Friday &
Saturday, 8:30am to
4pm,-1303 W Pratt St
(off of 301 &SR 100 W).
SShoplighlts.caseliecabi-
nets. enlerlanmenl y-en
ler, rid tables (glass
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Classified Ads


S964-6305 c '...


where one call does it all!C0 473-221


fencing, tool box, TV, mi-
crowaves, shelves, com-
forters, blankets, Christ-
mas tree, decorations &
gifts, and much more.
SEVERAL FAMILIES will
have a yard sale, Satqr-
day, November 5, 2005.,
It will start at 8am at the
corner of Church & Call
Streets, across from
Roys grocery.
3 FAMILIES YARD sale,
Saturday, 8am to ? S
301 to Gate Store,
(CR18) take a right, 1.5
miles on left, follow
signs. Furniture, stove,
clothes, lots more.
YARD SALE ON CR 225 ,
approx 3 miles from
Lawtey Supermarket on
right. Lots of kids girl
clothes newborn and up
& shoes, household
items etc.
BIG YARD SALE! Satur-
day only! 8am tp 4pm.
14227 SE 26th Ave (on
Griffis Loop).
YARD SALE, 1002 Butler
Rd, Starke, Friday 8am
to 4pm and Saturday
8am to 2pm.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
8am'to 3pm, Griffis
Loop. Just in time for
Christmas. New and
used items, 78 Chevy
Impala, plants and much
more.
ST.PETERS LUTHERAN
Sin Starke yard sale Fri-
day & Saturday at KOA
on S Walnut from 8am to
1pm.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4,
Morgan Road, (East).
Furniture, clothes, toys
and more.
GIANT YARD SALE IN
Hampton. J.Deere
mower, power tools, art,
fishing poles, antiques,
etc. Sat, Sun & Mon,
9am to 5pm, alley be-
hind the Post Office (fol-
low signs).
RAIN OR SHINE, Fri &
Sat, 8am to ? CR233
east (Morgan Road)
Baptist Church. Clothes,
toys, games, household
items, glassware, col-
lectibles, antiques,
books, seasonal items,
Nascar and more.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
GIGANTIC YARD SALE,
everything must go! Sat-
urday only, 9am to 5pm.
between 4pm and 5pm,
give away everything!


100 to Sr 121 turn left,
go 7 miles to sign on
right. 386-496-1270.
HUGE REMODELING
yard sale, all kinds of
items, 671 SW Orange
Ave, Keystone Heights!
Saturday only!


HUGE

Yard Sale
CHEAP STUFF!
Melrose
Nov. 4 & 5
Fri.-Sat. 8am-4pm
Lots of Items!
Different Each Day!
Christmas Stuff!
Take SR 26
(between SR 100 & SR
21) to Shiloh Rd.
to 106 3rd St.
352-475-2283

4 FAMILY SALE, Fri & Sat,
Nov 4 & 5, 8am to 5pm.
Lots of furniture, tools,
pictures, dishes, Christ-
mas decorations, crafts,
appliances & much
more. 707 SE 50th St,
'Northside of Golf
Course, Keystone
Heights, 352-473-7271.
BAR STOOLS, Book
shelves, other shelves,
bench, clothes, DVD's,
kitchen stuff, tools, out-
door table & chairs w/
umbrella, typewriter, set
of encyclopedias, refrig,
nice roller skates, queen
oak head & foot board w/
frame, other furniture &
more. 7680 Silver Sands
Rd, SR100 to 214
(across from White El-
ephant) take 2142 miles
to Silver Sands, 5th
place on left. Fri & Sat
9am to ?
FRI & SAT, 8am to 2pm.
Furniture, household
items, misc. 598 SE 4th
Ave, Melrose.
4 HOUSEHOLDS, SAT &
SUN, 8am to .? House-
hold, garage, M&M col-
lectibles, airless paint
sprayer, sand blaster,
furniture, a lot of every-
thing, some new in the
boxes. From light in town
go east on SR100 to
214, turn left 8 miles to
-Heskett Lane, 2nd drive,
signs, posted.
15672 NE 14th Ave,
Starke, Country Club
Woods look for signs.
Multi family garage sale,


Saturday only! 8am til ?
Huge sale! no tellin what
you'll find!
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
HUGE MULTI family, lots
of good stuff! Glassware,
Corelle dishes, good
pots, clothes, western
books, antiques.
Worthington Springs, 1/
2 mile off of 121 on 18E.
Friday & Saturday, 9am
to 4pm.
55 Wanted
LAND WANTED 25 to 250
acres, some wetlands
okay. Must close before
: 12/15/2005. Fair price
paid. Call 904-608-5239.
WANTED: 49 PEOPLE to
lose weight! While earn-
ing money www.StartA
NewYou.com or http://
www.startanewyou.com
WANTED TO BUY! FHA
approved in low $100's.
Looking for FHA ap-
proved house, prefer
south of new Walmart.
No MH's houses only.
Minimum 1100 sq ft,
3BR/1.5BA. Call 90-653-
1330 leave message.
BABYSITTER WANTED!
to pick up 5 year old girl
from school in Starke,
hours from 1:30 to
5:30pm, Mon -Fri. Call
S352-514-9775 after
S5:30pm.
57 For Sale
LAWNMOWERS and trail-
ers for sale. Call anytime
904-964-4118.
"VINTAGE KITCHEN table
1940's enamel top. Pull
out drawer on side, leafs
that extended on both
sides, .very good condi-
tion. $150 OBO. Call
352-473-9793.
BIG, TRAILER GRILL, 40
gallon smoker con-
nected to grill, $800.
Commercial fish fryer,
$135. Call 386-431-
1578.
100FT CHAIN LINK fence,
includes posts, top rails
and hardware. Also one
set of double gates,
$150. Call 904-364-
6882.
HUNTING BOW $45, 2
collectors dolls $85
each, doors $5 up,
lamps $5 up, new Christ-
mas wrap, bows, tags,
ribbon, gifts, 50 cents &
up. Call 904-964-6770 or
0'4-769-9454.


rfe an ^(904)

S1 ream 964-5424
of Norteast Florga.. ln 205 N. Temple Ave.
REALTORS. Starke, FL 32091


42" WHITE TILE top
kitchen table with leaf,
extends to'56" oblong.
Empire style, pedestal
base, great condition.
Asking $75. Call 352-
473-0247.
GREEN/BURGUNDY
plaid cloth sofa. Asking
$50. Call 352-473-0247.
FREE VERY large work
bench due to limited
space, very heavy, you
load, you haul. Call 352-
473-0247.
LARGE NO 'FROST up-
right freezer, good con-
dition, $200. Call 904-
964-8875.
FOR SALE, NORGE De-
luxe uprightfreezer, ask-
ing $100. OBO. Buyer
must pick up, located in
Keystone, between 6am
and 8am or in teh eve-
nings call 904-964-8394.
COFFEE TABLE W/ end
tables $25. What not
stand, some missing
glass $25. Large TV
cabinet, like new $100.
Large antique organ with
stool $50. All items OBO.
Can be seen anytime,
call Gracie at 904-964-
9520.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. Call 352-372-
8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200,
sacrifice for $1400.352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
R3-377-QR4aR


MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
f7173 or 904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
59 Personal
Services
PARALEGAL SERVICES:
Assistance with self-help
court forms and other
document preparation.
Notary. Call 386-462-
8545 for an appoint-
ment,
HOUSE OR OFFICE
CLEANING services.
Honest and dependable.
Reasonable rates, flex-
ible schedule. Call Leisa
Jackson at 386-661-
'2238 or 904-229-8967.
TUTORING, FLORIDA
Certified Teacher, 18 yrs
exp teaching. High
School English also will
tutorfin History, math (el-
ementary & Jr high level)
Negotiable, reasonable
fees. Call 904-782-3849
please leave message if
no answer.
MILLERS TREE SER-
VICE, free estimates, li-
censed and.insured, 20
years experience. Call
904-796-0129.
BUSINESS & Commercial
loans arranged, 50K and
up, also receive cash for
owner financing mort-
gage notes. For more
information write to: PO
Box 263, Raiford Fl,
32083 or call 352-283-
6118.
LOSE WEIGHT FOR THE
last time Free samples
904-346-1127 or www.
StartANEWYOU.com
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
ninnaomnt RA linnmont


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NICE CONCRETE BLOCK home nn
o erizedl l 3BR.' 5B.A i'plit BRs. On cul-
de-..c. Qualifies for S.H.I.P. $90.000.
NI .:'"J,6644


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Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE -
Free estimates. Handy-
man Fence Co., owner
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. Free estimates,
call Curtis, 904-964-
4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money'to lend for
I.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
.Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and Insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
LAWN CLIPPERS. We
mow, blow, edge & trim..
Reasonable rates, no
contract. Free estimates!
Call Tom at 904-964-
5019 or 352-235-4350.
62 Vacation/
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal.
House and dock accom-
modates up to 3 boats,
sleeps 8. Full kitchen,
private. $125/day. Ad-
ditional apt rental with
55' dock, fish cleaning
station, sleeps 6, half-
kitchen. $95/day. Addi-
tional rentals. Call Tina
at 352-498-5768.
65 Help
Wanted
PLANT NURSERY, part-
time help needed. No
exp necessary. Apply in
person, SR 16 west in
Starke. Call'904-964-
8055.
AVON REPS WANTED!
Need extra $ for
christmas or entire year.
Good pay. Fun and ben-
efits. Call Maggie at 352-
473-9307.
LPN'S, RN'S & CNA'S
needed for all shifts. Top
payl Call 866-485-4220
or 904-221-3151.
EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR, Bradford County is
currently accepting ap-
licaiions for two (2)


OPS positions for equip-
ment operators for oper-
ating heavy equipment,
and other duties that
may be assigned from
time to time. All appli-
cants must have a valid
Florida Drivers License,
CDL (Class B) preferred.
Salary will be based on
the applicants qualifica-
tions. Applications may
be turned in or mailed to
the Bradford County
Road Department at 812
B N Grand Street,
Starke, FI 32091. The
deadline for accepting
applications is 4:00 pm,
Thursday, November 10,
2005. Application forms
may be picked up at the
Road department. Equal
Opportunity Employer.
2 TEACHER ASSIS-
TANTS, VPK is here!
Nationally Accredited
"Midway Learning Cen-
ter, Inc.," in Melrose/Key-
stone area is growing.
We are seeking 2
teacher assistants to as-
sist in our classrooms.
Prefer person with
Florida 40 hour childcare
pre-service: Must have
graduated from H.S.
Stable staff, great envi-
ronment, some benefits.
Call Ms. Pat at 352-475-'
2132 for application or
come see us.
UNDERGROUND utilities/
pipe foremen w/aborers.
Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Apply'
within Andrews Paving,
Inc., 386-462-1115, Ex-
perience a must.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER.
Drug-free, workplace
with benefits. Experi-
ence a must. Apply
within Andrews Paving,
Inc. 386-462-1115.
LOADER/DOZER opera-
tor. Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Apply
within Andrews Paving,
Inc., 386-462-1115: Ex-
perience a must.
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS, home every night!


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acres $24,990 Scenic
region, views, canyons,
trees, rolling hills,
wildlife. Enjoy hunting,
hiking, horses, great
climate. Power, great
access. 100% financing
Call (914)232-5100.
NC MOUNTAINS 2.87
acres on mountain top.
view, trees, waterfall &
large public lake nearby,
.,ie d private access.
S I 500owner (866)789-
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TENNESSEE/KENTUC'
KY LAKEFRONT
LAND New community
on the TN/KY border.;
Just 1-1/2 hours to
Nashville. Spectacular
views of Lake Barkley. 1
to 6 acres from the $40s.
No time requirement to
build. Call (866)339-
4966.
TENNESSEE
MOUNTAIN ACREAGE
New lakeside community
close to Chattanooga &
Knoxville. Community
lake access, boat ramp
and amenities. Limited
number private boat
slips. 1/2+ acres from
$30k. Call (866)292-
5769.
ASHEVILLE NC
AREA- MOUNTAIN
ACREAGE Spectacular
gated riverfront mountain
community bordering
Pisgah Nat I Foresi I .R
acre building s'tes from,
the $50s, Co-muniLty
lodge/ recreation cenreii
& river walk. Call
(866)292-5762.
Coastal Georgia gated
community, deep water
access, ancient oak trees,
golf, tennis, proposed
pool and fitness I acre
homesites from the mid
70's. (877)266-7376.


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for 770000. Make offer
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nts.com (877)BCI-5020.
Pre-construction condos
and Land opportunities,
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Texas, Nevada)
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discounts 90%
financing. Call (800)709-
5253.
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Dry bulk and flatbed po-
sitions available at our
Newberry terminal.
Commercial Carriers
866-300-8759..
BRADFORD COUNTY
Public Library, full time
circulation clerk. Must be
available for varying
hours. Must work every
Monday and Thursday
evenings and every Sat-
urday. $8/ hour. Job de-
scription and applica-
tions at Clerk of Court's
office, County Court-
house. Applications
close at 9am, Nov 10,
2005. EOE.
MAINTENANCE PERSON
needed. Welding, ma-
chinery, and general
Sfarm maintenance. Pay
up to $10 per hour ,de-
pending upon experi-
ence. Call 386-462-
1016.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
ATLANTIC TRUCKING
CO. Owner/operators,
short & long haul, $1.18
load, $.98 empty. 800-
844-2674. www.
atltrucking.com
NEED DAILY EXPERI-
ENCED help-cook. Call
904-533-2130,
Strickland Sunoco.
NOW HIRING, construc-
tion helpers needed. Ap-
ply in person at Autho-
rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US HWY
301, Hawthorne. Call
352-481-0008.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on.Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired.
DENTAL ASSISTANT, full
time (32 hrs/wk) Experi-
enced dental assistant
for friendly rural clinic.
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485-1961.
KING HOUSE INN RES-
TAURANT now taking
applications for servers.
prep cooks, gril cooks
and one kitchen supei-
visor Experience pre-
ferred, but not
necessary. Full time
and part time positions
available. Please come
by 105SE1stAve, Lake
Butler, for an application
or call 386-496-8295 for
more Information.
BUSY CHRISTIAN Pre-
school.now accepting
applications for full &
part time positions. Exp
and 40 hour chlldcare
certificate preferred. Call
the Childrens Farm at
352-473-7031 for more
information.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT op-
erators and site foreman
needed. Call 904-964-
8859.
CARPET CLEANING tech,
FT/PT, needed for local
tile-&-carpet cleaning
company. Reliable with
clean appearance, good
driving record. No exp
necessary. Call for more
information 904-964-
-800
PARTTIME HELPwanted,
various tasks, will train,
Apply at Crawfords Cus-
tom Meats or call 386-
,496-2276
LAND SURVEY -help
wanted. Instrument per-
son. Cal 904-626-0902
or 352-473-4333.
HORSE STABLE. Key.
slone ara neeas some-
one winl transportation
to0 nelp panr.lime Must
iike to work wiln animals
Call Cnanes James at
352-473-2511
NEEDED SOMEONE
WITH experience in
electrical wolk to wire
home. Call 904-964-
8875. '
OTR DRIVER NEEDED; "
home most weekends,
small family operated
business. Call Ryan for
details at 352-494-6723




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Classified Ads


HOMEMAKER: Provide
nutritional, home mainte-
nanqe and supporting
services to individuals
60+ years of'age. Apply
at Suwannee River Eco-
nomic Council, Inc., In-
dustrial Park 104-4 LM
Gaines Blvd, Starke, Fl
32091 or mail applica-
tions to: SREC, Inc., PO
Box 70, Live Oak, Fl
32064. Affirmative Action
Employer, Deadline: 11/
J4/2005 386-362-4115
voice/TDD, AAE. ,
PERSONAL CARE
WORKER: Must have
Nurses Aide or Home
Health Certification. Ap-
ply at Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc.,
Industrial Park 104-4 LM
Gaines Blvd. Starke, Ft
32091 or mail applica-
tions to: SREC, Inc., PO
Box 70, Live Oak, Fl
32064. Affirmative Action
Employer. Deadline: 11/
14/2005 386-362-4115
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needed for local busi-;


-.-ness. Monday Friday.
Call Ford's Land Clear-
ing, Inc at 352-468-
2338. '
MED/SURG NURSE man- -
ager position available.
Establish a leadership
role in the development
of professional nursing
practice. Provides ad-
ministrative structure &
support staff. Account-
able for strategic plan-
ning, implementation,
evaluation/revision of
systems to support nurs-
ing vision.& organiza-
tional goals. Maintains
24-hr accountability for
unit functions. BSN pre-
ferred, min 5 yrs nursing
practice exp required.
Demonstrated leader-
ship/management skills
with knowledge and ap-
plication of nursing prac-
tice, CQOI processes,
nursing care and bud-
getary processes. Call
904-368-2346 or apply
at Shands Starke Hospi-
tal, 922 E Call St.,
Starke, FI32091. On line
applications at:
shands.org EOE/M/F/D/
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS-
TANT: reliable person to
assist in activities that
contribute to the efficient
operation of a library of-
fice. Through knowledge
of computer operations
and'office programs
essential. Knowledge of
library operations desir-
able. valid Florida-driv-
ers license required.
-Must be a resident of
Baker, Bradford or Union
Counties. part time, M-
F, 8am to 12noon, $8.75
per hour. Occasional
Saturday hours may be
required. Apply in person
at: New River Public Li-
brary Cooperative, 110
N Lake Ave., Lake But-


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seeking highly motivated
individuals with initiative to excel
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ler, Fl 32054. EOE. Ap-
plications close on Tues-
day, November 15,
2005.
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keystone
Heights location. Will
train with great potential
for advancement. Train
to be a punch operator,
brake operator, grinder,
run a hardware press,
etc. First and second
shift possibilities. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.25 hour.
DFWP. Good benefits.
352-473-4984.
LAWN MAINTENANCE-
Individual to do mowing,
trimming, general out-
door clean up. Full time,
excellent benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
THE CITY OF STARKE
will be accepting appli-
cations for an Animal
Control Officer. This is a
contract position with no


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City benefits. Must have
experience working with
animals. Person se-
lected for the day to day
operation of the animal
shelter to include clean-
ing, feed and water. Ani-
mal Control Officer will
be on call 24 hours a day,
7 days a week and will
be dsidatched by the
Starke Police Depart-
ment to handle animal
complaint calls. Must
have valid State of
Florida drivers license.
Must successfully com-
plete the 40 hour mini-
mum standards training
course forAnimal Control
Officers and obtain certi-
fication within 90 days
after date of hire. Appli-
cations may be picked up
and returned to the
Bradford Career Center
located at 609 North Or-
ange Street, Starke Fl.
Applications will be ac-
cepted thru the close of
business on Friday, No-
vember 11, 2005. The
City of Starke Is an EOE.


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Full-time ,
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We're continuing to grow and in need of
qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
facility. Good benefits, pay based on
experience. Apply in person at 1050 SE 6th
St. in Lake Butler or call 1-800-808-3052.


PRITCHETT TRUCKING


sending the code viola-
tions to the Code En-
forcement Board. Seeks
and gives out information
and interpretation of
policy or procedures
which require consider-
able knowledge of zon-
ing codes, regulations,
,Ttc. Performs other du-
ties as assigned. Experi-
ence in Soning/Code
Enforcement or a related
field is acceptable. Appli-
cations may be picked up
and returned to the
Bradford Career Center
located at 609 N Orange
St, Starke, Fl. Applica-
tions will be accepted
thru the close of busi-
ness on Friday, Novem-
ber 11,2005. The City of
Starke is and EOE.
HELP WANTED- Con-
struction Contractor and
sub-contractors several
openings in various ar-
eas of building (framing,


finish, roofing, concrete/
block, plumbing, electri-
cal & siding) must have
experience in one or
more of construction
phases, own tools and
transportation. Call 352-
258-0865.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10. Start today, local
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time 40 hours week. Ap-
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325.
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experience working wain
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
SALES CONSULTANT,
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening
for sales consultant. Po-
sition offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
DELIVERY/WAREHOUSE
career opportunity: We
are looking for depend-
able, self motivated


people who enjoy work-
ing in a retail -delivery/
warehouse position. If
you have a valid drivers
license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 lbs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
lbs, please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
-compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers-Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.


Six months exp. Required
mounting and installing tires on
class A trucks. Top pay for
experience. 401k & health
insurance. Applications available
at 1050 SE 6th St. (Hwy 121)
Lake Butler, FL or call 1-800-486-
7504.


"A WORLD OF SERVICE"


THE CITY OF STARKE I.
accepting applications
for a Zoning/Code En-
forcement Officer on a
contract/part time basis.
Performs a wide range of
technical support work
involving, research, data
collection and public ser-
vice. Explains to the pub-
lic the requirements of
Growth Management
and Land Use Catego-
ries, specific zoning dis-
tricts and determinations
of lane uses permitted.
Maintains update of Zon-
ing and land use maps.
Meets and deals with the
public and others in situ-
ations which require tact,
discretion an courtesy.
Responsible for the en-
forcement of the Land
Development Regula-
tions, Junk vehicle ordi-
nance, litter ordinance
and sign ordinance. This
includes visits to the site
to determine if there is a
violation, contacting the
person or persons re-
sponsible, and if neces-
sary, preparing and pre-


LCI ITE CITYOLLEE
CIMNUNITY COLLEGE


ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FOR SPRING 2006
Anatomy & Physiology
I and II (night)
College level. Math
Computer Science
Must have master's degree with' minimum
18 graduate hours in field.
Contact Paula Cifuentes
(386) 754-4260 or '
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edu
Business Communications and Business
Math at Lancaster Correctional Inst.
Bachelor's degree and teaching
experience required. I
Nail Tech Instructor (night)
Licensed nail technician with 2 yrs
experience in nails and pedicures or
licensed cosmetologist w/ 3 years exp in
nails & pedicures.
Esthetics Instructor (night)
Licensed esthetician/facial specialist/ 2
yrs experience in esthetics/facial care or
licensed cosmetologist with 3 yrs exp in
esthetics/facial care
Welding Substitute Instructor (night)
Certified w/2 yrs exp or 5 yrs total exp in
SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW & pipe
joint welding
HVAC Substitute Instructor (night)
Certified HVAC technit on w/2 yrs exp or
completion of HVAC training
& 4 yrs exp.
Contact Dennis Tarkington
(386) 754-4230 or,
tarkingtond@lakecitycc.edu
College application and transcripts
required. Application available on the
web at: www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the Southern
Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


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SANTA FE
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
.

Office Assistant 2 ,
Application Deadline: November 9, 2005

For additional information visit ,
http://admin.sfcc.edu/-humresourc/
or call Human Resources at 352-395-5185


$1,036 PER WEEK
This is what our average
Driver earns, could be more.
Class A CDL Required..
Great Benefits and 401 k.
Flatbed drivers wanted now!
Minimum 3 out or 4 weekends
Home guaranteed each month.
Call Amy, Jessica, or Rachel
Now at 800-545-3230.
Owner Operators needed also!!


-4) )LAKCE CITY
-''- CDt4lHH N'ITY 0I116I

Senior Staff Assistant needed
within Teacher Preparation
Academy. Applicant needs ,
proficiency in Word, Excel, and
Microsoft Outlook. Requires high
school diploma, or its equivalent,
plus four years secretarial or-
clerical experience.-
Salary $22,692.00 annually, plus
benefits.
Deadline for receiving applications:
November 15, 2005
College application required.
Position details and application
available on the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries: Human Resource
IDevelopment
149 SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314
Fax: (386)754-4594
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu

LCCC is accredited by the
Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


PRITCHETT

TRUCKING

1 $1,000 Sign On Bonus!
We have immediate positions for both local and
regional. Day or night shift available. 401K,
Health la6., Paid Vacation, Performance and
Safety Bonus. _


DUE TO CONTINUED GROWTH
Local Company established in 1981 currently has
positions open in the Delivery / Service Department.
High school diploma or equivalent with a good
driving record required.

s Striking wage $500 per week
* Quarterly Sales Bonus
*4-Day work week, Monday-Thursday
* Health/Dental Insurance
* Paid Vacation
* 401K Retirement Plan
* A Drug Free Workplace,
*EOE

Riverside Uniform Rentals, Inc.
1038 Edwards Road
Starke, Florida
(904) 964-8544


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Indians clinch playoff berth with win over Ribault


By ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer
Going into their game
against the Ribault Trojans on
Oct. 28, the Keystone Indians
knew that their chances of
making it into the playoffs
rested only partially in their


own hands. It wasn't enoughto
win, but Bradford had to lose
its game with West Nassau.
The Indians took care of
their half of the equation by
defeating Ribault 19-3 and
West Nassau handled the rest
by beating Bradford 34-30.
Of some concern 'for the
team and coaches was that


premiere running back Wil
Breton,' still healing from the
previous :week's shoulder
injury, was on the sidelines,
not suited up.
However, proving the team's
balance and depth, running
backs Greg Taylor, Mike
Williams and Tony Hamner,
and receiver Josh Mangus, as


well as a just-promoted junior
varsity player-running back
Matt Story-stepped up with
big plays just when they were
needed.
Add to that Mike McLeod's
two field goals and the
defense's almost total
domination of the Trojans'
offense (including picking off


KH hosts Hawthorne for homecoming


By ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer
In their regular season
fiT:.a.', which is also their
hom ll'C.'c"'.r; game, the
Kc'%s- ., :.'.' Indians will
play host. r, t' Class A
Hawthorne li --e:-,.
The Hornets i 5--' entered
this season %iith 10 returning
starters on defense and nine on
offense,
Led by senior quarterback
Jeremy Dixon, who last year


passed for more than 1,000
yards and threw 12 touchdown
passes, running back Ellis
Walker and receiver Julius
Scott, Hawthorne has shown
that when it wins, it wins big.
The Hornets' last three wins
have been by scores of 28-0
over Jefferson County, 40-13
over Branford and 41-0 over
Bronson last week.
However, when the Hornets
lose, it's only by a touchdown
or so. One of those losses was
by a score of 13-6 against
fourth-ranked, Class A


Matt Snowberger (left) and Cameron Yarbrough
recently participated in a basketball showcase in
Ocala for eighth- and ninth-grade students.


2 KHHS students

play in basketball

ai1-star game


Two freshmen showed that
the future of basketball at
Keystone Heights High School
'is bright after their
performances at a statewide
showcase for eighth- and
ninth-grade students at,
Vanguard High School in
Ocala on Oct. 15.
Matt Snowberger and
Cameron Yarbrough were two
of approximately 200 players
that were nominated to play in
the one-day event. Forty
players were selected to play
with and against some of the
best players in the state and to
also be evaluated by coaches
for state rankings. Snowberger
and Yarbrough, at the end of
the day, were selected to play
in the showcase's all-star
game.
Additionally, Snowberger is
now .ranked by
Floridahoops.com as one of
the top players in the Class of
2009.
This was not the first time
'the two Keystone students
have demonstrated their talents
on the court. Both players
gained experience in six
varsity games last year. after
they were brought up from the


junior high team by Keystone
varsity head coach Jimmy
Thomas following the
conclusion of the junior high
season.


Starke Church of God


Lafayette. That game was tied
at 6-all going into the fourth
quarter.
Hawthorne's defense is,
allowing an average of 118
yards rushing per game and 67
yards passing per game.
Opponents are scoring 10
points per game against the
Hornets.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said Hawthorne's
offense likes to use the I-
formation and run power plays
and sweeps. That has resulted
in an average of 185 rushing
yards per game and 90 yards
passing per game. The Hornets
are averaging 20 points per
game.
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yards through the air,
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interceptions. Scott has 10
receptions for 428 yards and
four touchdowns.
Walker has rushed for 625
yards and seven touchdowns
on 124 carries.
Asked if the Indians might
not be as up for this final game
as usual since they've already
clinched a playoff perch,
Dickinson said, "No. They
know that we focus on each
individual game and play the
best we can."
Will Breton, who suffered a
shoulder injury in the
Interlachen game and sat out
the Ribault contest, said he
will play against Hawthorne.
Dickinson, on the other
hand, wasn't as positive, and
said it was a "day-by-day
situation."


three passes), apd that spelled
"playoffs here we' come.."
Keystone (6-3, 3-2 in.District
3-2A) will be making its first
playoff appearnace since 1998.
The game started off on a
positive note for the Trojans
(3-6, 2-3), who, on their first
drive, moved the ball 32 yards
on three plays. However, at
that point the Indians' defense
became stingy and the Ribault
was forced to punt.
Keystone's first drive was a
frustrating one as the Indians
marched the ball 79 yards from
their own 17 to the Ribault 4-
yard-line, where the drive
stalled and a field goal attempt
was missed.
However, on Ribault's next
series, Keystone's Blake Lott
intercepted a long pass by
quarterback Chris Everett and,
the Indians were set up in good
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rolling to, the right, found
Tiylor for a 7-yard touchdown
toss at the 10:02 mark of the
second quarter. The point-after
attempt was muffed, and the
Indians took a shaky 6-0 lead
to the lockeroom at halftime.
The Indians extended their
le d to 9-0 after a 32-yard field
goal by MpLeod with 6:10 to
play in the third quarter. The
kick was set up by an
interception and subsequent
64-yard return by Nick
Salsbery from his own 29 to
the Ribault 7.
Ribault's only score of the
game, a field goal, came with
just 1:08 remaining in the third
quarter. It was the culmination
of the Trojans' longest
sustained drive -of the
evening-72 yards-which
was highlighted by a 35-yard
run by Gary Neavins.
Keystone added a nine-point
comfort zone to their lead with
See KHHS, p. 12C


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Doug Keefer and his brother, Art, both recently
archery harvested these two Canadian Black Bears.
This was a first for both hunters.


Fins, Fur


and Tales
Stories from the outdoors in Clay, l i


By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor

(Doug Keefer recently
submitted this story on his
experiences bear hunting in
Canada)
My brother tArt) andI made
'plans in March to go on an
,archery hunt -in New
KBrunswick, Canada. My
brother was working a booth at
a sportsmen's tradeshow near
,Pittsburgh for the United


Bowhunters of Pa. and became
acquainted with an outfitter
who had a booth nearby. The
outfitter, Northview Lodge,
offered us a hunt at a
reasonable price reduction
from the standard fees, so we
booked the fall hunt for the
week of Sept. 12.
We arrived the day before
our hunt on Sunday afternoon
at the outfitter's lodge and
were given an overview of
what to expect on the hunt.
We'd be hunting over bait,
which consists of 55-gallori


drums full of meat scraps from
the local butcher., and a bunch
of old donuts buried under logs
and rocks. Hunting over bait is
the accepted practice in
Canada and is the best way to
keep black bear numbers in
check. The baits are situated in
a fairly open spot in good bear
habitat and are within 20 yards
of the archer's treestand. Bears
have a very keen sense of
smell and can pick up
movement really well, so you
have to be very still.
Hunting is generally done
from about 2 p.m. until dark,
which is a little after 8 p.m. in
this part of Canada in
September. The first day, the
guide gave us each a two-way
radio and said to call him if we
shot'a bear. He cautioned us
not to go after a bear we shot
without him there.
The first evening, between 6
and 7 p.m., I saw a couple of
coyotes. A little after 7 p.m., I
heard a little n6ise behind me,
which turned out to be my first
close black.bear encounter. It
made no more noise than a
chipmunk or squirrel, but there
it was, a mere five yards from
my treestand. It was acting
very cautious and eventually
wandered away before I could
get turned around. I waited
patiently for the bear to return
and figured seeing a bear the
first day was a good enough
start.
Then, just about dark, I saw
a black snout and head poke
out from the thick brush. The
bear tested the wind and
decided to go for the donuts,
which were buried under logs
and rocks to slow the bears
down, giving an archer time to
make a good shot.
This was my first encounter
with, a bear that close so I
studied it for a few minutes to
decide if he was a shooter or
not. I decided it was a shooter
in my book and stood up and
drew my bow. Unfortunately, I
waited a little too long and
could not see well enough to
take the shot. The bear ate
donuts while I watched.
Shortly, I could hear the
guide coming to get me in his
truck and so did the bear. He
ran back into the woods in a


hurry. I was happy to just see a
bear the first afternoon in the
woods. My brother also saw
bears that first evening and we
felt confident we'd see more.
The next afternoon I was
back in the same stand by 2
p.m. I didn't see anything but
birds until about 7:50 p.m. I
had almost dozed off and had
closed my eyes for a few
seconds. Upon opening them, I
could see a large black spot out
of the corner of my eye. It
looked like the same bear from
the day before. He looked my
way, smelling the air, then
headed straight for the donuts,
which were about 20 yards
away.
There was no hesitation on
my. part this time. Having
repositioned my stand a little
from 'the day before, I was able
to draw from a sitting position.
The bear was in the process of
heaving rocks and logs out of
his way as I settled my sight
pin just behind his right front
shoulder. He was perfectly
broadside when I squeezed the
trigger on my release. I could
see the arrow disappear as the
bear growled and snapped at
the air where the arrow struck
him. In. the same motion, he
whirled and ran 180 degrees
back into the woods. He
sounded like a train going
through the brush and I
thought I heard him .stumble.
about 25 yards in. .
There was a little more
rustling in the brush and then I
heard the telltale death moain. I
knew then I had my first bear,
and with a bow at that. It was a
boar, and weighed about 200
pounds. I am having a rug
made out of it and should' be
getting it back from the
taxidermist this spring.
The average-sized bear
harvested in this area. is
between 175 and 275 pounds,
with' the largest from this
outfitter's area going 600
pounds.
My" brother also was
fortunate enough to harvest his
first bear the same evening and
even filmed his own hunt by'
mounting a video camera on
his treestand. His bear was,
about the same size as mine
and had cinnamon-colofed


markings on its face and
underarms.
Our friend wasn't so lucky,
but he hunted hard all week.
My brother and I rode around
with the outfitter the rest of the
week, tending other baits, and
saw about a dozen moose and
several more bears.
Share your outdoors
stories and photos
If you have an outdoors


BHS
Continued from p. 4C

pass, forcing the Warriors into
a third-and-9 play from their
own 35. Anderson had a 62-,
yard reception, however, and
that set up Nelson's 3-yard
touchdown run. The extra-
point kick put the Warriors up
28-18 with 8:19 to play in the
third quarter.
The Warriors threatened
again on their next drive,
which was set up by an
interception. Anderson made a
diving catch of a tipped pass
for a 32-yard gain, but the
Bradford defense dropped
Janney for a loss on a fourth-.
down play at the Bradford 10-
yard line.
West Nassau, did not waste
its next opportunity. Leverson
broke up a pass to force a
third-and-6 play, but Janney
tossed a I-1-yard louchdow n to
put the Warriors up 34-18.
Bradford's Wilson blocked the
extra-point kick.
Bradford's offense, after two
straight three-and-out series,
put together a 75-yard
touchdown drive in the fourth
quarter. Eugene Blye and
Shauntell Carter had
receptions of 24 and 11 yards,
respectively, to net first downs
for the Tornadoes and Jamison
carried the ball five times for
32 yards, including his 5-yard .
touchdown run at the 7:19
mark of the fourth quarter to
cut the Bradford deficit to 10.
.On West Nassau's next play
from scrimmage. Bradford's
Terrence Slocum recovered a


story or photos you would like
to share, please e-mail John
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huntfishwriter@aol.com.
Photos may also be submitted
at the offices of the Bradford
County Telegraph, the Lake
Region Monitor and the Union
Cponty Times.


fumble at the West Nassau 28.
However, Bradford could not
capitalize on the opportunity as
the Warriors' Anderson
intercepted a Petteway pass in
the end zone.
Jamison finished the game
with 113 yards on 23 carries
for Bradford. -
Defensively, the Tornadoes
were led by linebackers Carter
and Covington. Carter had
eight solo tackles, six assists,
one sack, one tackle for loss
and one cause, fumble.
Covington had six solo tackles
and seven assists.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 12 0 6
WNHS: 7 14 13


12-30-
0-34


Scoring Summary
B: Hill 33 run (pass failed)
B: Jamison 3 run (run
failed)
W: Janney 2 run (Guffin
kick) :
W: Anderson 45 pass from-
Janney (pass failed)
W: Nelson 1 run (Green -
run) -'
B: Jamison 56 pass from
Petteway (run failed)
W: Nelson 3 run (Guffin
kick)
W: Blackshear 14 pass
from Janney (kick blocked)
B: Jamison 5 run (run
failed)
B: Petteway 3 run (pass
failed)


Team Statistics
B
First Downs 15
Rushes/Yds. 46-257
Passing Yds. 125
Passes 7-16-3
FumblesrLost 2-1


WN
97
29-105
267
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UCHS
Continued from p. 3C

was the only score of the first
quarter.
In the second quarter, the
Celtics would finally answer in
the foam of running back
Rudell Small's 2-yard
touchdown run. The extra
point tied the contest at 7-all.
Union County answered the.
bell with a score of its own.
This time, Spiller would break
two tackles and drag two more
Celtic defenders into the end
zone to give the Tigers a 14-7
lead. Austin once again added
the extra point.
The Celtics' passing game
then kicked into high gear.
Quarterback John Brantley
would find receiver Dion
Lecorn for touchdown passes
of 53 and 57 yards. On the
latter of the two scores. kicker
Michael Zacco- missed-- the-
extra point, which left the
Tigers facing a 20-14 deficit.
The Tigers had one more
score in them before the hall
was over. Spiller would travel
9 yards for what would prose
to be Union's final score of the
contest. Austin's extra point
gase the Tigers their 21-20
halftime lead.
The second half of the
contest should be all about
defense. Both teams moved the


ball well, but failed to convert
in key situations. The only
score of the second half was a
30-yard field goal by Zacco
that proved to be the game
winner.
The Tigers would get into
field-goal range, but Austin's
38-yard attempt fell just short
of the cross bar.,
During the second half, both
teams' defenses showed that
they were there to play. Stops
.on third down-by-the-Tigers; as-
well as a fumble recovery,
would help keep the Tigers
stay close. The Celtics' ability
to shut down the Tigers'
biggest offensive weapon
helped them win the contest.


Spiller was held to 67 Late in the game, tight end
rushing yards during the game. Kasey Nobles went after what
While that put him over the looked like would be a
1,200-yard mark for the touchdown. The Celtic
season, it was his lowest total defender not only came over
of the season. He did, his back, but tripped the senior
however, have more than 120 as well. With the Celtic
..allpurpose yards. sideline shaking their heads
While it was clear the Tigers because they knew the call was
had the momentum throughout coming, Tiger coaches, players
the game, they could not catch and fans waited for the call.
a break. That included the calls Unfortunately, and unfairly,
of the officiating crew. While' the call never came-the same-.
-the-stripes-allwed both sides way irrd not-all night.h
to play aggressively, several While not happy with the
plays went. on without the call, coach Nobles kept his
yellow hanky touching the composure, as did Tiger
field. There were obvious fouls players, who showed great
that most often were not called poise.
against the Celtics. In two weeks, the Tigers


face Jacksonville Trinity
Christian in the first round of
the playoffs. If the Tigers win
and the Celtics beat their first-
round opponent, the two teams
.will meet again. ,
Many Tiger players
expressed a strong interest in
facing the Celtics again. Tigers
cornerback Chris Perry said he
is particularly looking forward
to the opportunity.
S. m---n-e-t---s-re- I e- ft
everything out there," Perry
said. "If we face them again,
you can be sure I will."


Score by Quarter
TC: 0 20
UCHS: 7, 14


'3
0


0-23
0-21


Scoring Summary
U: Spiller 1 run (Austin kick)
T: Small 2 run (Zacco kick)
U: Spiller 16 run (Austin kick)
T: Lecorn 53 pass from
Brantley (Zacco kick)
T: Lecorn 57 pass from
Brantley (kick failed)
U: Spiller 9 run (Austin kick)
T: Zacco 30QFG


Team Statistics
TC
First Downs 16
Rushes/Yds. 27-99
Passing Yds. 265
Passes(C-A-1) 12-17-0
Punts 2-45
Fumbles-Lost 3-3
Penalties 5-56


U
14
41-150
113
7-19-0
3-35
0-0
6-47


KHHS
Continued from p. 10C

fise minutes left in the game
when NMcLeod again split the
uprights from the 16-yard line.
The scoring drive began on
Ribault's 40 and was advanced
b. running back Story on two
consecutive runs of 5 yards
and 15 yards. The drive,
however, stalled at the 1-yard
line.
On their next series, the
Indians all but put the game
out of reach on a 35-,ard drive
featuring a 16-yard run by
Hamner. Taylor punched the
ball in from the 9-yard line
with 2:13 remaining to cap the
scoring at 19-3.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson praised the defense,
but said "too many people are
still missing assignments. We
have to concentrate on getting
better in that area."
Dickinson also was less than
pleased that the Indians had to
settle for field goals twice
when they were inside .the
5-yard line.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 0 6 3
RHS: 0 0 3


10-19
0-3


Scoring Summary
K: Taylor 7 pass from Lott
(conversion failed)
K: McLeod 32 FG
R: Neavins 21 FG
K: McLeod 33 FG
K: Taylor 9 run (McLeod
kick)


Team Statistics
K
First Downs 15
Rushes/Yds. 37-151
Passing Yds. 83
Passes 6-13-1
Punts 2-46
Fumbles-Lost 0-0
Penalties 4-30


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