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Creation Date: November 10, 2005
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Thursday, November 10, 2005


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Lake Butler FFA fourth in poultry judging


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Oct. 26-28, during the 7'8th
annual National FFA
convention, members of the
Lake Butler FFA senior
chapter poultry judging team
placed fourth among 37 other
teams from around the nation.
The team, consisting of
Sarah Bennett, Hali Perryman,
Marcia Williams-and-Carissa
Driggers was coached by FFA
advisor David Harris. The
team, along with Harris
traveled to Louisville, Ky. to
be apart of the event.
Individually, Bennett had the
eighth best score among all
competitors. Williams score
placed her llth among all
competitors. Each received a
$500 scholarship for their
remarkable performance.
Harris said he could not be
prouder of the team.
"In state where chicken
production has dropped quite
dramatically, it's an
accomplishment for a team to
bring home a fourth place
finish," said Harris.


The team was put through a
series of competitions that
required them to use all of
their poultry knowledge. One
such test involved team
members looking at poultry
and giving it a grade. The
ready-to-cook carcass event
gives competitors 10
specimens to grade. Each
member must give each bird a
grade of A, B or C.
Ten ready-to-cook chickens
are hung-out.for competitors to
inspect. They are looking for
*any defects or blemishes that
would lower the grade of the
specimen. Things like color,
shape and size are all
considered when grading the
bird.
In addition, the members
-must then verbally explain to a
judge exactly why they, gave
the bird the grade they did. The
competitors are given a few
.minutes to look over their
notes and then talk with the


See FFA page 7A


The Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter left Louisville, Ky. as the fourth pace team In the
nation In the poultry judging competition. Pictured above, from L-R are: FFA adivsor
David Harris, team members Sarah Bennett, Hall Perryman, Marcia Williams and
Carlssa Driggers. Pictured with the group at far right Is Roy Brister of Tyson Foods,
Inc., the company that sponsored the event at the FFA National Convention.


Parent/child
workshop
planned
On Sat., Dec. 10, at Lake
Butler Middle School from
10-11:30 a.m., the Union
County School District will
present a workshop entitled
"Building Positive
Parent/Child
Communication."
This workshop will
provide positive interaction
for parents and students.
Each student must have a
parent participating to
attend. The workshop will
involve making fragrant
soap and bath salts.
The workshop is be
presented by Patsy Fortner;
Brenda Croft and Barabara
Waddell.
For more information, call
(386) 496-2045.


Inspection reveals fire hazards in UC schools


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
A report from the Florida
State Fire Marshal's Office
shows that.several facilities
within the Union County
School District were foundto
have fire code violations
during an April inspection.
The inspection report,
released at the school board's
Sept. 27 meeting, revealed that
Lake Butler Elementary
School had 33 violations. Of
those, 11 were defined as
serious life safety hazards. The
number of violations was
second only to Union County
High School.
According to the report
several buildings were found
to have rear. exit doors that
were hard to open. In Building
15, Room 109's door would
not open at all. Other life
safety hazard violations
included missing or
malfunctioning smoke
detectors, fire alarms requiring
smoke detector coverage and
one fire alarm that was "in
trouble."
According to the report, this
was not the first time some of
the items had been found in
this condition. The smoke


detector that requires that material to correct two more several deficiencies that were
requires fire alarm coverage violations had been ordered. related to the casualty and
had been cited twice by The document does not state sanitation of the school. Other
inspectors in the past. A rear which of the 33 violations had problems the inspector found
exit that was hard to open had been corrected. included bathroom fans -not
been cited twice before as "Our plan is to correct all the working, soap dispensers
well. violations at the Elementary broken, ground fault
The other 22 violations were school this year," said Parrish interrupter electrical outlets not
defined--as not__nvolving in the memo. tripping and damaged ceiling
serious life safety r-n'trers7.: To-comply--wi tElorida tiles.
These items included the Statue, the Union County The-inspection of Lake
school district not certifying School District performs an Butler Middle School found
materials to be fire retardant in.. annual fire"safety inspection," that ,the facility had 28 fire
classrooms, signs not being said Faulk. "The maintenance code violations. Of those, eight
posted for maximum department is working toward were found to be serious life
occupancy of a room, correcting" the deficiencies. safety hazards.
emergency lights not working The. district is required to Some of those violations
and fire lane requirements. not provide the State Fire included a main fire alarm
As wbe ith the more serious t. Marshall's Office with a panel that was not covered by
violate h the re or serious corrective action plan and an a smoke detector, fire alarm
ious violations, several o te leenss estimate date by which the pull stations not being marked,
serious violations have been correction will be completed." an exit obstructed by exercise
found in previous inspections. According to a letter from an exit obstructed b exercise
It was the third year the school the State Fccordingtore Mastehalo equipment and a smoke
It.W hthe State Fire Marshall's detector falling off the ceiling.
did not meet fire lane Office dated April 26, the As with LBES, this was not
requirements, a kitchen stove district had 90 days, from the the first time the school had
failed to have venting to the date of the letter, to correct any been cited for some of the
outside and emergency lights violations found. It does not violations. The fire alarm panel
in several rooms were not state what, if any, not being covered by a smoke
working. consequences the district might detector and fire alarm pull
In a memorandum to Union face if the corrections were not stations not being marked are
County Superintendent of made in the allotted time. The third year violations.
Schools Carlton Faulk dated report states that many of the The report also found other
Oct. 11, Facilities Specialist violations were estimated to be serious violations throughout
J.T. Parrish noted that of the corrected during the 2005-06 the school. According to the
33 violations in the report, 25 school year. report, numerous doors that are
had been corrected. The The inspector also noted fire rated and required to be


closed were being held open
using chocks. These doors, if
the need to hold them open
arises, must be held by
magnetic devices-that release
them when the fire alarm is
activated.
The report also states that
numerous classrooms and
storage rooms were overfilled
with combustibles storage. The
report states this was do to
poor housekeeping.
In the memorandum, Parrish'
noted that one-half of the
violations at the middle school
had been corrected.
"We plan to continue
corrections during the school
year," said Parrish.
Other conditions found at
LBMS include light covers
missing,t electrical pipes that
needed to be strapped down,
missing or damaged. ceiling
tiles, emergency lights
missing, electrical cover plates
missing and one room that did
not have a lock.
-According to the report for
UCHS, the school racked up.
63-fire code violations. Of
these, 25 were found to be

See FIRE page 2A


Ceremony,parade will

honor UC veterans


Union County will honor the
its veterans during several
ceremonies on Nov. 11.
They begin with a ceremony
at the Veterans' Monument on
Main Street in Lake Butler at 9
a.m., followed by a parade
through the town at 11 a.m.
The cadets of the Union
County High School Tiger
Battalion will present a tribute
to veterans of various wars on
a mobile stage. Cadets will
perform in period uniforms
and recognize the contributions
of veterans during the
American Revolution, Civil
War, both world wars, the
Korean War, and the two wars
in the Gulf.
In keeping with the tradition
of the JROTC, the program
will be completely student run.
'While-,the JROTC unit from
Union County High School
will be coordinating the
morning ceremony, at 11 a.m.,
local veterans' groups will be
parading along with the UCHS
Marching Band and
cheerleaders.
Other community
organizations 'will also
participate and follow a route


that passes by the courthouse
and all three schools. Cadet
Lieutenant Colonel Curtis
Clemons will serve as the
parade marshal. The Lake
Butler VFW Post 10082 will
have barbecue dinners
available at the Lake Butler
community center and at the
Veterans' Monument.
The Veterans' -Day
celebration we know today
came from the celebration of
the end of World War I. At 5
a.m. on Monday Nov.. 11,
1918, the Germans signed the
Armistice. An order was issued
for all firing to .cease, thus
ending the hostilities of the
war.
This day began with the
laying down of arms, blowing
of whistles, impromptu
parades and the closing of
businesses. All over the globe
there were many
demonstrations. No doubt the
world has never witnessed
such rejoicing.
In November 1919,
President Woodrow Wilson

See HONOR page 6A


UCHS offers
tutoring
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 enroll
their children in tutoring can
eifter-filt-t-ithe 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.

Greater
Elizabeth MBC
hosts guest
pastor
The Greater Elizabeth
Missionary Baptist Church
will host guest speaker
Minister Adrian Weeks on
Sunday, Nov. 13, at 11:15
a.m. Weeks is a graduate of
Union County High School.
He is the son of the Rev.
Monroe and Katie Weeks of
Lake Butler.
For more information,
contact Deacon Carlos
Williams at (386) 496-2818.

LBCOG hosts
revival
The Lake Butler Church
of God will begin revival
services on Sunday, Nov.
13. Services will run
through Friday, Nov. 18.
Sunday services begin at II
a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Weekly
services begin at 7 p.m. The
Reverend Lemuel Lane will
be the guest speaker for the
event. The church is located
at 480 S.W. Third St. in
Lake Butler. Everyone is
invited.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3659.


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


Riggins honored for years


Recently, school board employee Fannie Riggins was honored by the Union
County School Board for her 11 years of service to the school district. Board
members, along with Superintendent Carlton Faulk and Director of
Accountability Linda Johns, presented her with a plaque commemorating the
occasion. Pictured, from L-R, are Johns, school board member Sue Whitehead,
Riggins, Faulk, school board members Allen Parrish, Alvin Griffis, Marsan Carr
and Sandra Floyd.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax) 6 8907663869112


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serious life safety hazards.
This was the most of any
facility in the district.
In the .report,-the Inspector
states that renovations to the
school's auditorium have
Sreisulted in serious vjilationsof
the fire safety ide. Some of
the violations noted in the
auditorium included front aisle
space regularly obstructed by
i','props, sprinkler: gauges and
controls obstructed by
improper storage of props and
overhead ventilation of the
stage area not being in
compliance.
Other serious life safety
Hazards cited included the fire
alarm in trouble mode,
numerous doors being propped
open with chocks, doors not
being latched as required, a
pass through door that could be
locked to prevent emergency
exit, an exit door not equipped
with panic hardware, exit
dodrs-to exterior of building
being hard to open, secondary
exit doors being locked, a door
being padlocked from the
outside,, an extinguishing
system for a vent hood not
being inspected for more than
six. months and a riding mower
being stored inside a building.
Other, serious violations,
included "No Exit" sign
required for a door that
requires it, maintenance of the
doors for the projection booth,
installing exit signs in the
audiovisual room, no
emergency lighting in gang
." tilets, the welding shop
requiring total separation from
the wood shop and an
electrical. pnel that-had open
spaces.
During the inspection, the
inspector removed the deep fat
.... .-fryer in the new concession
stand from service because the
hood over it was not installed


properly. It was not allowed to
be put back into service until
A reinspected to ensure proper
installation. There is no
follow- up report showing that
corrections and reinspection
were made.
In Parrish's memorandum to
Faulk, he states that the high
school is at-about--the-'same
....statis as the middle school.
"We plan to have as many
violations corrected as we can
before the next inspection,"
said Parrish.
The administrative offices of.
the school district; the school
board building, were found to
have a few minor violations.
The building was found to
have excess combustible
storage and exit lights that
were burned out. According to
the report, no deficiencies were
found.
According to the inspection
of the maintenance shop, it
was found only to need a good
cleanup. No violations or
deficiencies were found in the
building at all.
The bus garage was found to
be in deplorable condition and,
in the words of the report, "in
need of replacement." The
garage was citedfor numerous
violations including old tires
and trash that needed to be-
removed form the outside of
the building, excess
combustible storage, an oil
spill in the oil storage area and
poor housekeeping. Unlike the
school facilities, none of the
violations were cited as serious,
life safety hazards.
Faulk said the district has
been looking at building a new
bus garage or remodeling the.
old facility.
"The last few .years all the
new money has been spent on
class size reduction and .
employee's pay increases,"
said Faulk. "If we can get the
fire marshall's office to ..
condemn the bus garage, there
may be state money that we


could spend on a
building."
Faulk said, currently
school district is looking
new roof and air-condi
system for LBMS.
"The middle school
priority because of st
.and faculty," said
"Hopefully, in the ne;
years we may be al
complete both projects."
James Redmond ca
reached at (386) 496.2
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Children's
BookWeek
Nov. 14-20
November 14-20 is .
recognized by the
River Public Lib
Cooperative as Child
Book Week. It is a tir
focus on reading as
essential skill in tod
society and just as impo
today as it ever was.
First observed in 191
Children's Book *
connects young peop
-authors, illustrators
books in schools, pi
-.libraries, homes.
bookstores. Parents
caring adults are encour
to help young pe
discover the complexity
the world beyond their
experience through bool
While this may be the
formal recogni
throughout the year,
public library w
children to keep rea
- year round. A visit to
'public library will find
happy to assist yoi
finding many good b
for children of all ages.


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New business begins out of lifelong interest


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer


udents A lifelong interest in
dents electronics-has brought a new
xt few business to Lake Butler..
,be to Custom Computer Services
recently opened next to Shatto
Heating and Air. Owner Tim
.f'. Giebeig said he has always'
an been fascinated with electronic
261 or gadgets "
"Ever -ince I was a little kid
I'veailways had an interest in
electronics," said Geibeig.
In 1983, Giebeig got his first
computer. Two years later, he
bought his first desktop
computer.
"It was the first model of
personnel computer IBM ever
came out with," said Giebeig.
being His interest in electronics
New and already being a HAM
)rary radio operator, got him to
ren's begin tinkering with the new
me to device. He wanted to see what
s an made the thing tick. By adding
day's a.-sound card, more memory
drtant and a few other upgrades, he
got his first look at the inside
9, .of what would be his future.
Week Giebeig soon found that with
le to his electronics knowledge, he
and could successfully work on
public computers. He quickly became
and very knowledgeable in their
and functions. He was getting so
raged good at it, he thought he would
ople try his hand at it in the real
ty of world.
own Giebeig began working part-
ks. time for a computer store in
e one Orange Park. As a salesman
tione- and technician, he was able to
your acquire even more knowledge
ants and did so for 12 years.
ding Giebeig expanded ,his
your knowledge by taking classes at
staff Santa Fe Community College,
u in such as MicroComputer
ooks Architecture I and II and Cisco
Networking Engineer courses.
It helped him gain even more
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Giebeig has been married to
his wife, Pam, for the last 22
years. They have three
daughters, Megan, 19, who is
this year's Strawberry Queen,
Dayle, 15,' andDanielle, 15.
He has been active in the
community for many years.
Before opening his shop,
Geibeig provided computer
services for the Union County
Republican Headquarters.
During this year's Fourth of/
" July celebration, he gave away
a brand new computer. He has .
also helped the-Boy Scouts and
the Union County High School
girls softball team.
His attitude of service did not
stop once he opened -his 'shop.
Just. after opening, 'Geibeig
joined the Lake Butler Rotay
Club. There he hopes to be
able to serve the community in
an, even larger fashion. The
group's motto of "Service
above Self" is one Giebeig
truly takes to heart.
At a recent meeting, Giebeig.:
offered members insight on the
trips and pitfalls of the Internet
world. He shared the
knowledge he had gained
while attending a seminar put
on by, Cisco Systems, the FBI
and Microsoft.
He not only let members in
on sites that could keep their
computers safe, but he also
handed out software that
helped them find the sites
easily.
While not at work, Giebeig
has 'another gadget to occupy
his time. His love of..
photography made him 'go out
and purchase a new digital
camera. He can frequently be
seen using it around town.
CCS is located at 220 WT.
Main St., just across from CVS
.Pharmacy in Lake Butler.
Hours of operation are
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
and Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m..
. and Wednesday from 9 a.m.-.
noon. Giebeig .can be reached
by calling (386) 496-1990.


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


Surplus
commodities
to be
distributed
* The Suwannee River
Economic Council will be
distributing U.S.
Department of Agriculture
surplus commodities on
Thursday, 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.


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Lodge members get together


Sardis hosts
revival
Sardis Baptist Church on
SR-121 in Worthington
Springs will host a revival
beginning Sunday, Nov. 13, at
6 p.m. Services will continue
Monday through Thursday,
Nov. 14-17, at 7 p.m. each
evening.

Victory
Christian sets
anniversary
Pastor Patrick Maxwell and
the members of Victory
Christian Center of Lake
Butler will be celebrating their
eighth church anniversary with
special services on Sunday,
Nov. 13, at 11:30 a.m. and 5
p.m.
Services will be .held at the
Lake Butler Elementary School
cafeteria. Also, Pastor Maxwell
will be ordaining Brother
Stanley Young and Brother
Stevie Kelly as deacons.
Pastor Merton Clark of
Truth Revealed Ministries of-
Palm Bay will be speaking at
the 11 :30 a.m. service and
Pastor Charles Roberson of
Kingdom Life Christian
FellWship of Savannah, Ga.,
will be speaking in the 5 p.m.
service. Everyone is invited to
come' out and celebrate this
milestone occasion.

UC Friendship
Club to meet
The Union County
Friendship Club will meet at
the home of Josephine
Hendricks on Monday, Nov.
1:4, at 10 a.m. The meeting
will. be followed by a
covered dish luncheon to be
served at noon. Bring your
Toys for Tots donations.


WS Civic Club
holds
Christmas:
bazaar
The Worthington Springs
Civic Club will hold its
annual Christmas craft
bazaar on -Sat., Nov. 19,
beginning at 9 a.m. The
event will be held at the
group's headquarters in
Worthington Springs on
S.R. 121 (look for the candy
canes). Breakfast and lunch
will be served. For more
information, call (386) 496-
3717.

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


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UC
homeschool
group taking
field trip
The Union County
HomeSchool Association
will be going on a field trip
to St. Augustine on Friday,
Nov. 11. All homeschooling
families are welcome. For
more information, contact
Dawn Brown at (386) 496-
9783.


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.


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money worries
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low-interest loans


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homeowners who need
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Have you been turned down
for a loan? Do you need more
than $10,000 for any reason?
Are you paying more than
10% interest on any other
loans or credit cards?
If you are a homeowner and
answered 'yes" to any of
these questions, they can
tell you over the phone and
without obligation if you
qualify.
High credit card debt? Less-
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played? Late house pay-
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Medical bills? IRS liens?It
doesn't matter!
If you are a homeowner
with sufficient equity, there's an
excellent chance you will qual-
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24 hours.
You can find out over the
phone-and free of charge-
if you qualify. Honey Mae
Home Loans is licensed by
the Florida Department of
Financial Services. Open 7 days
a week to serve you.
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Big Red
Christmas
Drive taking
donations
The Big Red Christmas
Drive is now accepting
donations 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 Union County.
Monetary donations will be
accepted as well. Donations
can be dropped off at Union
County Volunteer Fire
Department Station 5 on
S.R. 121 in Lake Butler or
The Rag Patch in Lake
Butler. For more
information, contact Mindy
Goodwin at (386) 867-0305.


Worthington Springs First
United Methodist Church to
enjoy free food, music and a
sing-along.
For more information,
contact SREC at (386) 496-
2342.


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
highrisk for pneumonia.
High-risk categories include
those with chronic disease
of the heart, liver or lungs
and those witl diabetes. For
more information or to
schedule an appointment,
call the UCHD at (386) 496-
3211.


On Nov. 5, members of Lake Butler Lodge 52, Free and Accepted Masons and
the Lake Butler Chapter 40, Order of the Eastern Star got together for a
friendship dinner. According to lodge member Ted Barber, attendees were
,, 1,ppy they cmeo",hep food was great and many friendships were renewed,"
sd 5Barjc., Attend brought a covered dls` i to p event. Above arq some
plotures from thetdinner. Top left: AlbeitDowling works the coivenpd ds' line. i
Middle: Enjoying all the different types of Items available from L-R are: Betty
Dowling, Albert Dowling, Bill McGill, Lonita McGill and Marjorie Driggers. Bob
Walker sits opposite the group on the right. Bottom: On the left, from L-R, are:
Shirley Thomas, Worthy Matron and Pat Flynn. On the right, from L-R are:
Mariam Ryder, Susan Rosado, Linda Barber, Grecham Coody and John
Rosado.


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Landfill celebrates successes at multicounty BASH


By MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Staff Writer


Capturing the essence of what has made the
New River Regional Landfill a success, engineer
Frank Darabi said three counties-Bradford,
Baker and Union-came together to solve a
problem common to each when others did not.
That spirit of cooperation and the landfill's
penchant for innovation has benefited citizens
while winning awards and international
recognition.
The New River Regional Landfill's successes,
not the least of which was its 2004 recognition as
the best managed landfill by the Solid Waste
Association of North America, were celebrated
last week during the first joint business and social
hour, or BASH, coordinated by the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Baker
'.County Chamber of Commerce.
By the time the New River Solid Waste
Association began building its third disposal cell,
it was ready to bypass hiring a general contractor,
according 'to Perry Kent,
oassistanI director for landfill
,6prations. Cells 3 and 4 %were ,
built by- the landfill and
subcontractors hired in do
specific jobs. using materials
directly purchased by the
association as well as a new J ..,
.patented cell liner system
developed by Jones. Edmunds
and Associates and Darabi and
Associates.
The bottom liner design
received the 2003 Governor's
Nem. Product Avard. and the
American Society of Civil
.Engineers recognized it for
outstanding engineering h


design. Jones,
Edmunds and
Associates was
named 2003
Consultant of the
Year by the
American Public
Works Association.
Because it is
easier and less time
consuming to
construct, the new
liner, system has '-
saved the ..
association more
than $2 million in T -
construction costs. .
Cell 5 will
employ the same Mary and Jim Powell vi
system, and buffet, catered by West
although material Steer.
costs have
increased, the landfill should still see a savings


is
ei


be permitted, it could
still .serve as a location
for hiking and biking.
In the meantime,
disposal will continue at
the rate of 650 tons a day
and counting. The
landfill is also hosting
the internationally
recognized bioreactor
project. Funded by the
state and implemented
by the University of
Florida, the goal of the
project is to show that
landfill life can be
greatly, increased by
encouraging waste
it the degradation while
rn researching how best to
monitor and control the
technology involved.
Interested parties from 11
countries have come to see how
-the project is progressing,
according to UF's John Schert,
executive director for the Florida
Center. for Solid and Hazardous
Waste Management. SWANA's
Florida chapter president, Ray
.Lotito, pointed out the landfill and
the bioreactor have been the
subject of both print and televised
features.


Frank Darabi congratulates Paul Alcantar, on his
win of the night's grand prize-a trip to the
Bahamas. Darabi and Associates along with Jones,
Edmunds and Associates donated the cruise, while
Roberts Insurance and Patrick B. Welch and
Associates donated the traveler's checks and
basket. Alcantar is solid waste manager in


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Nov. 10, 2005 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


Smokey sightings around Union County








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Left: Smokey talks with Jacob McReynolds at the
Union County Public Library. Smokey talked to
McReynolds about preventing forest fires. Top:
Smokey rides on a float in the Union County
High School homecoming parade. The float was
furnished by the Florida Department of Forestry.















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Recently, Smokey the Bear, the mascot of the forest service for more than 60
years, has been spotted in several places around Union County. Smokey
brought his message of forest fire prevention to children at many locations
including the Union County Public Library and the Union County High School
homecoming parade. His friends from the Florida Department of Forestry have
been helping him while in the county. Above: Smokey is pictured with Senior
Forest Ranger Buddy Broughton (left) and from L-R, Grant Wilson, Karah Oden
and Jacob McRanolds. Smokey was at the UCPL sharing his message of fire
prevention with the group.


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.


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.


Jon Johnson,
Nurse Practitioner


Barbara Tomlinson,
Medical Assistant
(Left)

Stacie Sharpe,
Office Manager


(Right)


Located inside Lake Butler Hospital


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.
Tax collector's office
is closed for holiday
The Union County Tax
Collector's Office will be
closed Friday, Nov. 11, in
observance of Veterans Day.


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Union County Commissioner Karen Cossey holds the
proclamation declaring. Nov. 21-27 Farm-City Week in
Union County.

Union County to celebrate
Farm-City Week


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director
During the Oct. 17 board of
county commission meeting, a
proclamation was signed by
Chairman Wayne Smith,
declaring the week of Nov. 21.
- 27 Union County Farm-City
Week.
Farming has been a way of
life and an important tradition
in Union County. Farm-City
Week helps us remember our
roots, and the values that
farming has brought to the
county.
The signed declaration
concludes with these important
words: "Therefore, the Board
of County Commissioners of
Union County, Florida do
hereby proclaim the period of
Nov. 21 through November 27
S2005, to be Farm-City Week;
and do further call upon all


citizens of this community to
participate in joint visits,
seminars, pageants, fairs, civic
and social events conducted
during Farm-City Week".
Everyone is invited to attend
the Farm-City Week dinner
and community-wide
thanksgiving service which
will be held Monday, Nov. 21
at the Lakeside Community
Center. The meal will start
promptly at 6 p.m. The meat,
something to drink and the
dessert will be provide.
We are asking everyone to
bring a covered dish that
would serve at least four
people. Also, please bring a
serving spoon or utensil to
serve your covered dish.
Please bring the covered dish
between 5:30 p.m. and 6:00pm
so we can begin the meal on
time.
Jacque Breiuan -23c2 be
reached at (386) 496-2321.


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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.


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issued his Armistice
proclamation. In
Congress issued a reso
requesting President C
Coolidge issue a proclar
calling upon official
display the flag of the I
States on all govern
buildings on Nov. 1. It
invited people to observ
day in schools and church
1938, Congress passed
recognizing the day
Armistice Day.
The word Armistice si
means a truce. As
passed, the significance o
.name of the holiday chain
Leaders of veterans' gr
decided..to try to correct
and make Nov. 11 the tir
honor all who had fought
various American wars,
just World War I.
On Nov. 11, 1953, Rep
Rees witnessed what
called a Veterans'
Observance in Empo
Kansas. Rees was so impre
by the celebration that
introduced a bill to change
name of the observance
Veterans' Day. On May
''1954, an act of Cong
officially changed the nam
the observance. The cha
was to honor the serviceme
all American wars. The da
now recognized as a nation
holiday.




Historical


society
Accepts
items
The Union Coun
Historical Society accep
historical items for th
museum every Monda
from 9 a.m. until noo'
Items can be taken to th
Townsend .Building locate
0on S.R. 100 in Lake Butle
ior more information
contact Cindy North 'A
(386) 496-3044.




' iOlder .

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


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1927,
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e this Union County High the track and field team, she
ie to School's Kasey Nobles and has participated in state
ht in Kerrie Lynch have been competition and fiolds the
not honored with a nomination for school record in the mile and
the coveted Wendy's High 800-meter run. Lynch's
waEd School Heisman award. overall GPA is over 3.75.
was Awarded in conjunction "These students are truly 'in
Day with the collegiate Heisman, a league of their own," says
)ria, this program celebrates the Archie Griffin, the only two-
ssed nation's top high school time winner of the prestigious
the seniors who best exemplify a Heisman Memorial Trophy
Sthe well-rounded citizen-scholar- and program spokesperson.
24to athlete. "Each student nominated for
24, Principal Gale Lappalainen the award has gone above and
press nominated these two beyond expectations to help'
e of promising leaders for their those in need, enhance their
.nge academic aptitude, athletic education and pursue their
n of talent and exceptional dreams."
y 'is commitment to the-ir To track a student's progress
)nal communities, throughout the competition or
"We believe it's important to find out more about the
to celebrate success in all program, .please log on to
facets of life," said wendysheisman.com, or call
Lappalainen. "The Wendy's (800) 244 5161. All nominees
High School Heisman is the will be posted on the Wendy's
ultimate way to showcase High School Heisman Web
students' diverse achievements site in early October of the this
for all to see." year.
Created in 1994 through a The Wendy's High School
partnership between Wendy's Heisman Program is
and the Heisman Memorial comprised of five phases-
Trophy, the Wendy's 'High nomination, state finalists,
ty School Heisman program has state winners, national finalists
hets rewarded youth excellence for and national winners. Entries
iy 12 years. are initially evaluated by ACT
n. Nobles and Lynch were Assessment during the state
ne nominated for this program finalist and state winner phases
ed based on the following and then passed on to a
r. accomplishments: Nobles is in distinguished panel of judges.
)n the top 20 percent of his class Twelve national finalists are
t academically. He has 'also invited for an all-expense paid
participated in baseball, trip to New York City on Dec.
basketball and. football and has 9-11, to participate in the
received a 'letter in each of Heisman weekend festivities.
those sports and has been ESPN2 will feature all 12
named.all state'in football. national finalists during the-
'Noble's goa1, is':to attend"sWendy's High School '
... -coi .ege on: a football Hejkman Award's Cerembny "
scholarship. Nobles attends that will air on Dec. 11.
Sardis Baptist Church and is a Wendy's Old-Fashioned
member of many services and Hamburgers restaurants was
learning clubs at UCHS. He is founded in 1969 by Dave
sporting a GPA of over 3.5 Thomas and is the third largest
t Lynch is an officer with her hamburger quick-service chain
)f senior class and student in the world, with nearly 6,600
n council. She has been actively restaurants in the United
d involved in cheerleading and States, Canada and
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LB meets
second
Monday of
month
.The city of Lake Butler
SCity Commission meets the
second Monday of each
month at 5:15 p.m. The
meetings are held in the city
Shall building located at 200
S.W. First Ave. in Lakes:
Butler. For more-
information call (386) 496-
3401.


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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 I
Unit # 34. Kevin Truett, PO BOX 325.
Worthington Springs, FL32697
Unit #26.27
DaisyThomton,
PO BOX 625, Lake Butler, FL 32054
Unit #40, Patrick Southertand, 115-
West 9th St. Newton, KS 67114 .
Unit# 31, Joy Pittman 511 SW 14
St. lake Butler FL, 32054 1
Unit # 2, Suzanne Lee, 850 E Main
St, Lake Butler, FL 32054
Unit # 11, Maurice Griffin, PO BOX
7359, 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.
10/273tchg. 11/10
:N 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
AVERY C.ROBERTS,
Plaintiffs,
POLLY PAYNEand
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 47'14" W, 15.00 feet to
the West line of a county maintained
raded road and to the POINT OF
BEGINNING, thence continue N 88
degrees 47'14" W, 912.22 feet, thence
N 16 degrees 54'45" W, 672.03 feet,
thence N 89 degrees 55'36" E,
1098.1& 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,
-containng 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 Court this 27th day of October,


UNION COUNTY
Clerk of the Circuit Cour
By: Julia Croft
As Deoutv Clerk


In sranewhthAm'cas


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WAYNECARROLL
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone 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
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 26th day of
October, 2005, and entered in Case
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 FRITZ; 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 the 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 said
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
Lake Butler, Section 31, township 5
South, Range 20 East, according to
the plat thereof as recorded in the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Union County, Florida.
Parcel 2:.
The East 30 feet of an unnamed
Street situate in Government Lot 2o
Section 31, Township 5 South, Range
20 East, within the incorporate limits
of the City of Lake Butler, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the NE corner of
Government Lot 2, Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
within the incorporate limits of the
City of Lake Butler, Florida, and
thence run South along the East
boundary line of said Government Lot
2, a distance of 540 feet to the Point of
Beginning; From Point of Beginning
thus described, thence run West 30
feet, thence run South to the North
boundary of the Georgia Southern and
Florida Railroad, thence run
Southeasterly along the North
boundary line of said Railroad to the
East boundary line of said
Government Lot 2, thence run North
along the East boundary line of said
Government Lot 2 to the Point of
Beginning, said parcel lying and being
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with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
Y disabled persons who, because of
t their disabilities, need special
t accommodation to participate in this
k 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 27th day of October, 2005.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
ILaw Office of Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
11/3 2tchg. 11/10'
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 Circuit
Court of UNION County, Florida, I
will sell the property situate in
UNION County, Florida, described i
as:
LOT 16, LITTLE SPRINGS FOREST
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 25, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
To include a:
1985 FLEETWOOD EDGE SINGLE
WIDE MOBILE HOME VIN
GAFL1AE39077526, Title No.
41427989
A/KIA
RR2BOX751-1
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA 32054
at public sale, at 11:00 o'clock, a.m.,
or as soon thereafter as same can be
done, to the highest bidder, or
bidders, for cash, IN THE LOBBY OF
THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 55 W. MAIN
STREET, LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054,
on the 1st day of December, 2005.
DATED THIS 27TH DAY OF
OCTOBER, 2005.
CLERK OF COURT
By: Julia Croft
deputy Clerk ,
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive w
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorney for Plaintiff
In accordance with the Americans S
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), of
disabled persons who, because of M"


'their disabilities, need special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the ADA
Coordinator at 55 W. Main Str.eet,
Room 103,' Lake Butler, FL:32054,or:
Telephone Voice/TDD (904) 496-
3711 prior to such proceeding. '
113 2tchg. 11/10
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID,
INVITATION TO REBID
Union County Housing Authority,
Project FL29PO-42-501-04, Site FL
42-2 Re-Roof and Site FL 42-1A & FL
42-1B Screen Door Replacement
The Union County Housing Authority
(UCHA), Lake Butler, Florida, is
requesting bids from qualified,
responsible contractors, interested in
providing construction services for
the Union County Housing Authority
in Lake Butler, Florida, within the
requirements of the U.S. Department
of HUD Rural Development.
SCOPE OF WORK
Selected modernization improvement
including:
1. Roof Replacment at Seventeen
(17) residential buildings and One (1)
community center.
2. Screen Door Replacement at
Forty-three (43) dwelling units.
Proposed Schedule
0 November 10, 2005-Advertise
Invitation to Bid.
0 November 14, 2005-Bid
Documents ready for pick up.
O November 22, 2005-Pre-Bid
Conference.
A pre-bid conference.will-be held at
the project site office ocated at the
Union County Housing Authority
Administration Building located at715
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, at 9:30 a.m. Although not
Mandatory, it is strongly
recommended that all interested
Bidders attend.
O November 30, 2005-Bids are due
by 2:00 p.m.
Bids will be opened and read publicly
at the office of the Union County
Housing Authority located at 715
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, 32054 at exactly 2:00 p.m.
No bids will be accepted after 2:00
p.m.
0 Mid December 2005-Contract
Award (Approximate).
0 March 1, 2006-Construction
Complete.
Bidders may,pick up a copy ot me on
documents in person for a non.
refundable fee of $50.00 at 715 West
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida
32054 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00
p.m. Monday through Friday.
THE UCHA RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REJECT ANY OR ALL
BIDS IF SUCH ACTION IS IN THE
BEST INTEREST OF THE
HOUSING AUTHORITY AND TO
WAIVE ANY AND ALL
INFORMALITIES AND MINOR
IRREGULARITIES. THE PHA
RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
CANCEL THIS- SOLICITATION
FOR ANY REASON IT DEEMS IS
IN THE.BEST INTEREST OF THE
AGENCY.
George W. Green,
Executive Director
11/10-2tchg-11/17
LEGAL NOTICE
The Union County Housing Authority
will hold the monthly Board Meeting
on November 21,2005 at 7 p.m. The
Meeting will be .held in the
Conference Room at 715 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida.. This
5eting,is openrip hgei*I
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Continued from p. 1A
judge. The process is made
more difficult because
contestants are stripped of their
notes while talking to the
judge.
Competitors must also be
able to identify all 27 parts of a
bird. Parts are laid out at
different stations anc
competitors must label each
""one correctly. In addition to
knowing the common parts
like thighs legs and wings,
contestants must also point out
backs, necks and gizzards.
The competition also
involves grading poultry eggs
as well. The competitors must
'know eggs both inside and out.
During the interior egg quality
contest, team members hold
eggs in front of a candle to
determine their contents.
.Grades of AA, A, ,Band
inedible are given to each egg.
Contestants are required to
judge the insides of 20 eggs.
"Contestants are looking at the
membrane, the yolk shadow
and air cell inside the egg,"
said Harris.
The exterior egg quality
competition has competitors
judge the outside quality of
eggs. Contestants take 20 more
eggs and give them a grade of
A, B or dirty. Observations are
marked on a judging sheet and
compared with grades judges
have predetermined. "The kids
are looking for critical, major
and minor defects in the shell,"'
said Harris.
All grades the competitors
are giving are just like the ones
the United States Department
of Agriculture would give.
"The grades must meet USDA
quality grades," said Harris.
AlI fourr-competitions -are-
then put together to give.
contests and teams an overall,
score. During the state
competition in April, the team.
outscored the second place
team by 118 points to win.
"That's one of the widest
margins of victory in the
history -of 'the state.
competition," said Harris.
-In April of this year the team
won the state competition. The
-' victory earned them a spot to
compete for the national title.
It was the 12th time since 1991.
.---that the team won the state
competition.
..The members of the .team
Sar,,osenr- -from practice
competitions conducted by
Harris. "I keep points
throughout our/practice rounds
and team members are chosen
based on their point totals,"
said Harris.. "I've kept those
totals since we ,started
practicing in January."
Harris' said team members
have an extensive practice
schedule. "They practice about
six hours here at school each
week in: the afternoon," said
Harris. "In addition the spend
at least four hours on their own"
at home. They work hard."


Anita Wilkerson and Ed Addison are two Union County
farmers that had booths side-by-side. Not shown is the
okra and other produce grown by Addison.


Farmer's Market


opening successful


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director

We had a great variety of
locally grown produce last
Saturday at the Farmers
Market.
As an added treat we had
support from Tommy Holmes'
Tri-County Bluegrass Band
throughout the entire,
morning. In addition we had
meals served by a brand hew
4-H Club, the 4-H Junior
Sportsman Club, which was
selling meals to raise enough
money to buy 4-H T-shirts.
One vendor had homemade
holiday items. Plans are to
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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



UCHS Class of
1995 planning
reunion.
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 Huffman at (404)
402-5774.


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provide the same quality and
variety of produce and home-
made holiday items this
coming Saturday. Everyone is
encouraged to support our
local farmers and crafts
makers.
Hours of the market are
from 8 a.m.-I p.m. Again, we
encourage people to come
earlier in the morning, since
vendors may sell out by noon.
For more information about
the market please call the
Union County Extension
Office at 496-2321.
Jacque Breman can be
reached at (386) 496-2321.


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Several students from each grade level are selected at Lake Butler Middle
School each month who exhibited the traits the school supports regarding aca-
demics, attendance and attitude. Students chosen for the month of October are
shown in the pictures above and below. (Top photo) students in the sixth grade
chosen as Positive Tigers were (front/I-t) Kaci Graham, Marissa Boyle, Sarah
Gillen; (back/ll-r) Jason Pickren, Morgan Dukes and Laura Watson. (Bottom
photo) Students chosen from the fifth, seventh and eighth grades for October
were (front/I-r) Klerra Maxwell, Ashlyn Harden, Crystal Garcia, Juan Ortegha,
Danielle Pate, Marina Ramos, Sarah Fisher; (back/I-r) Jamal White, Tiffany
Burnsed, Michael Crawford, Adres Estrada and Quanita Griffin.


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AUTHORITY Where: Windsor Manor, 602.E.
When: Thursday, Nov. 10 Laura St., Starke CHAMBER BOARD MEETING
Time: Noon When: Thursday, Nov. 17
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


lay-Novem-ber..1Q,.~2005,
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Starke Rec.
Dept. offers
morning
exercise classes
The Starke Recreation
Department is offering
exercise classes on Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays. 9-
9:30 a.m., at its Pratt Street
center.
Classes are free for those
interested.
For more information.
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at
(904) 964-6792.

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 ot
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 Clib 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
inJanuaitysebhaiari*March
2006 (dates will be adtfounlied
later).
The youth goat show is
scheduled for March, 2006.
For information, call Ricky
pr Stephanie Griffis, (904)
. 964-6128, or Lisa Tatum.
(904) 782-3078.

BMS students
hoop it up for
heart health
Bradtord Middle School
students. raised. $1.143 this
year for the American Heart
Association by participating in
"Hoops for Heart."
Hoops for Heart is an annual
event sponsored by the AHA
and funds raised by BMS
students will help people in the
Bradford County community
as well as throughout the
country. Money raised is used
to help combat the number-one
and number-three killers in this
country-heart disease and
stroke.
BMS P.E. coach Annie
Williams said she wished to
express her thanks to P.E.
coach Will Hartley, who took
on the role of leading the
Hoops for Heart campaign at
the school.


BMS students
are donating
food for
baskets
Students at Bradford Middle
School, as they do every year.
are currently donating canned
goods to provide Thanksgi' ing
baskets to needy families this
year.
The deadline for students to
donate food is Friday, Nov. 18.
The class that donates the most
food will be rewarded with a
pizza party.


Starke CC to
meet Nov. 15
The next ,meeting of the
Starke City Commission will
be Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m.


A workshop will precede the
meeting at 6 p.m.
The meeting is at city hall
and is open to the public. An
agenda is available in advance
in the office of the city clerk.
For more information, call
(904) 964-5027.


....a, A Alachua and Bradford 1:30 p.m., at the Tower Club at
N int1 '--~ ntiesrA distinguished. anel the Village.
VW lfotman of .of judges representing both ........
Woman of counties will select the Women Nominees for the Women of
Di c tln +ion of Distinction and Woman of Distinction should have
Distic io Promise, who will be honored demonstrated unique
Santa Fe Community at the annual SFCC Women of achievements in business,
College is honoring Distinction Luncheon on industry, science, environment;,
outstan ng woen rpom Tuesday, Mach 71:30 a.m.- medic in educajlon
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human rights, history, sports,
agriculture or humanities in
Al-achua -or- .Bradford.
Nominees for the Womain oF6
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of age and have demonstrated
character, achievement and
leadership .


Nominations must. be
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Mail to: Women's History
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N.W. 83' St., Gainesville, FL
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CRIME .


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:

Alejandro Adan, 23, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 31 by Starke
Officer C.S. Hadcock for
battery (domestic) and
possession of cannabis. Adan is
charged with shoving the'
victim during an argument at
the Traveler's Inn. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
Nov. 5 release from custody.
Daniel Morris, 45, of St.
Augustine was arrested Nov. 2
by Starke Sgt. Donald Spriggle
for disorderly intoxication.
Bond was set at $1,000.
David Anthony Ritch,.33, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 6
by Union Deputy James Lee for
.disorderly intoxication. Ritch
was causing a disturbance at a
residence on C.R. 238 where he
had" earlier stolen a car,
according to the complainant.
When questioned, Ritch became
argumentative and belligerent
and was placed under arrest

Joseph Edsall, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
2 by Starke Officer Paul King
for possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
drug marijuana. Edsall's vehicle
was stopped for a broken tail
light. As he approached the
vehicle, the officer detected a
strong odor of marijuana. In the
driver's seat were a pipe and 4.2
grams of cannabis, Officer King.
said. He was released after. a
$2,000 surety bond was posted.

Abraham, Gordon, 24, of
Starke was arrested-Nov. 6 by
Starke Sgt. Robert Melton for
forgery. Gordon is charged with
adding 30 tablets of Loritab 7.5
to a prescription. A 17-year-1ld
was also charged with forgery
for his involvement, Sgt.
Melton said.
;Robin Edwin Geiger, 46, of


Bascombe Wesley Hymes,
31, of Gainesville was arrested
Nov. 4 by Bradford Investigator
M.L. McKenzie for possession
of cannabis and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Marijuana
was found in a cigar tube in
Hymes' pocket. He was
drinking beer in the dark on
church property, Investigator
McKenzie said. A $2,000
surety bond. was posted for-his.
release from custody.
Steven Brad Page, .25, of:
Starke was arrested Nov. 6 by
Bradford Sgt. R.W. White for'
trespass after warning. --Page
was involved in a disturbance at
George's. When asked to calm
down he became belligerent and,
refused to leave the property.
Deputy White said. He
attempted to resist but "was
secured by handcuffs..A $1,000
surety bond was.posted for his ,
release from custody .
Lisa Mullis, 39, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 7 by
Clay deputies for battery.
Kenny Alton Pye, 21; of
Hampton was arrested Nov. 5
by Hampton Chief John
Hodges f6r sale of crack
cocaine. Pye sold $50 Worth of
crack cocaine to a confidential
source on Oct. 8. Bond was set
at $50,000. ,

Andrea Dommon. 25, of
Starke was, arrested Nov. 4 by
Starke Officer Danny Brown for
possession of cannabis.
Marijuana "was found inside a
cellophane wrapper in
Dommon's pocket, Officer
Brown said. Bond was set at
$1,000.

Travis Ross, 36, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 5 by
Clay deputies on a writ of
bodily attachment.

Ricky Lavon Gainey, 18, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 3 by
Starke Officer Mark Lowery for
battery (felony). Gainey is
charged with striking the victim
with a ,broom handle causing
her to seek medical care, Officer
Lowery said. Bond was set at
$25,000 on the .charge.


Parvielle Lee, 19, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 4 by Bradford
Deoutv B.D. Mornan for


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possession of cocaine. .Geiger
had approximately .01 gram of
rock cocaine in 'a tin box, Sgt.
Melton said. He was released
,after a'$15,000 surety bond was
posted. .-- -"'

Bret Joseph Hines, 26, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by
Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Hines' vehicle
was stopped for speeding. A
marijuana pipe and 5.3 grams
of marijuana were found in the
'vehicle. A $2,000 surety bond
w as posted for his release from
custody.

Benjamin Hodges Jr., 24, of
Orange Park was arrested Nov.'
3 bN Officer King for
possession of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia. Marijuana
and a pipe were found in the
glove box of Hodges' vehicle
during a traffic stop for
improper lights on his hood,
Officer King said. He was
released from custody after a-
$2.000 surety bond was posted.


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possession of .a controlled,
substance. Lee %%as walking on
55th Lane with a bottle of
liquor. When he was stopped,
he began to yell-and stIaiii,
refusing to comply with the
deputies' orders. Crack cocaine
was found .in 'his hat, Deputy
Morgan said. Bond was set at
$20,000.


Victoria Kelly, 42, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 6 by Deputy
Morgan for battery (domestic).
Kelly is charged with striking
the victim during a verbal
argument.

Jason Barr, 23, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 31 by probation
officers for violation of
probation possession of
controlled substance.

Jackie White, 49, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 2 by Officer
Lowery for violation of
probation sale of cocaine.
' Dadie Turner; 43, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 7 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
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Lisa Ann Kines, 46, of
'Macclenny -was arrested -Nov. 4
by Starke Sgt. William Brown
-on a Warrant from Polk County
for violation of probation petit
theft with no bond.

Daniel J. May, 46, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 4 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
for failure to appear violation of
probation with no bond.

.-Clarence Daniels, 29, of
Macclenny was arrested Nov. 1.
by Starke Officer William
Murray on a warrant from Baker
County for violation of
probation possession of
cocaine.
Gregory Crews, 40, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 7 by Clay
deputies for "violation 'of
probation on violation or
injunction.

James Mobley, 47, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 2 by
Starke Officer James Hooper on
a Union warrant for fraud and
on warrants from Alachua for
worthless check. Bond was st at
$5,000. Mobley was released
on his own recognizance.
Wendy McMaster Pettit, 39,
of Middleburg was arrested
Nov. 6 by Officer Murray on a
capias from Clay. County !-for
failure to appear petit theft with,
bond set at $252 cash. Pettit
gave another name when police
were investigating an argument
at the Traveler's Inn. She was
charged with resisting an officer
without violence with bond set
at $500.

Christine Pearl Green, 46, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 5 by
Deputy Moore on a capias for
two counts second-degree arson.
Green was released after a
$25,000 surety bond was
posted.
Kevin Troup, 28, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by
probation officers for violation
of probation burglary -of


dwelling and sale of controlled $36,000. A $50,000 surety
substance. bond was posted for his release.


Brandon Walter, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested,
Nov. 3 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for indirect criminal
contempt.
Max Nielsen, 66, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 2 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
worthless check or credit card.
- Pamela Marie Tripp, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
3 by Jacksonville Deputy E.V.
Foley on aBradford warrant for
issuing worthless.- check.
Tripp's vehicle was f-traffic
stopped on'Blanding Boulevard.
She was transported to Bradford
where a $2,000 .surety bond was
posted for Tier release from
custody.
Brandy Jo Finn, 30, was
arrested Nov.. .3 by Union Lt.
H.M. Tomlinson on ,a warrant
for violation of probation with
'no bond.

Traffic
Roger Johns, 51, of Starke
was arrested Nov. I by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper Lena
Ward for driving under the
influence (DU)ll with property
damage. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Daniel Todd Freed, 45, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov. 5
by Trooper Ward for DUI with
property damage and leaving the
scene. Freed's pickup struck a
house on Colson Street in
Brooker at II p.m. on Nov. 4.
When Freed. learned law
enforcement had been called to
the crash, he fled on foot. He
was later located asleep in a
back yard about four houses
away, Trooper Ward said. He
failed testing and was placed
under arrest. Freed's blood-
alcohol level was .10 percent
approximately six hours after
the crash. Estimated damage to
the house and interior was


Guy Howard Nass, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 2
by Union Deputy Kevin A.
Dice for DUI. Nass' vehicle
was observed crossing the
center lane and travelling
erratically. When stopped the
deputy smelled a strong odor of
an alcoholic beverage and Nass
was unsteady. He failed field
testing and was placed under
arrest. His blood-alcohol level
was .15 percent, Deputy. Dice
said. .
Robert Peterson, 72, of
Georgetown was arrested Nov."
6 by Officer Murray for DUI
with property damage. Peterson
pulled from a parking lot into
the path of another vehicle on
S.R. 100 at Orange Street,
striking the right rear' side.
Estimated damages in the crash
were $3,000. Peterson's blood-
alcohol level was .10 percent
when he -was arrested at 11:17
p.m. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.

Larry M. Gill, 57, of
Hampton was arrested Nov. 6
by Hampton Officer Nelson for'
DUI. Gill's blood-alcohol level
was 6 18 percent when his
pickup truck was stopped on
Division Street and C.R. 18 at
11:20 p.m. .A $2,000 surety
bond was posted! for his release
from custody
Timothy Magruder. 30, of.
MNiddleburg was arrested Oct. 31


by FHP Lt. Hines for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS). Bond was set
at $10,000. He was transported
to Alachua County.
Donna Bentley, 45, of Lawtey
was arrested Nov. 1 by Officer
Murray for DWLS with
knowledge. A $500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Elvin Rollins, 25, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 4 by Clay
deputies for DWLS.
William David Marchant, 32,
of Lake Geneva was arrested
Nov. 5 by Bradford Deputy
Josh Luke for DWLS with
knowledge. Bond was set at
$500.

.Veronica Green, 23, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by Officer
Hooper for DWLS with
knowledge. She was. released
after a $500 surety bond was
posted.
Loretta Lynn Westberry, 38,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 6
by Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for failure to appear attaching
tag not assigned. A $327.50
cash bond was posted for her
release from 'custody.

i James Lewis Jamison, 15, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 4 by
Investigator McKenzie on a
capias for fleeing attempting to
elude, resistingg' without
violence and DWLS. Bond was
set at $25,000.


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OBITUARIES


John R. Allen
MELBOURNE John Richard
Allen, 78, formerly, of tawtey,
died Oct. 28, 2005, at Mdlbourne
Terrace Rest Care Center
following a long illness.
Mr. Allen was born in
Brycevill e and also lived in
Tallahassee for a time.
Mr. Allen was of the Methodist
faith and served in the U.S. Army
during World War II. HI was a
retired brick manufacturer r.
Funeral services werl held
Nov. 5, 2005, at the Philadelphia
Missionary Baptisi Church with
the Rev. Enoch Allenr
conducting the services.
Interment followed at the
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey.
Mr. Allen is survived by: his
wife, Frances Hudson Allen of
Tallahassee; four daughters, Betty
James and Robin Allen, both of
Tampa, and Pam and Marsha
Allen, both of Tallahassee; seven
sons, Frederick Allen of Augusta,
Ga., Mark Allen of Tampa, and
John, David, Andrew, Ted and
Don Allen, all of Tallahassee; six
brothers, Paul Allen of
Connecticutt, Joe Allen of
Titu'sville, Isaac Allen of
Rockledge, Walter Allen of
Lawtey, and Timothy and Enoch
Allen, both of Cocoa; two sisters,
Marthfi Jenkins of Kissimmee
.and Mary Davis'of Ohio; 16
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.

Rhonda Bennett
DOUGLAS.ILLE, GA.-
Rhonda Lynn Bennett, 40, of
Douglasville, Ga.. died Nov. 6,
2005, in the Wellstar Hospital in,
Douglasville.
Mrs,. Bennett was a native of
Hollywood. having moved to
Douglasville in 2002 from
Tampa. She was a member of the
Lithia Springs First Baptist
Church.
Mrs. Bennett attended the
Harvest Christian Academy in
Jacksonville and obtained her
associate's degree at the
University of North Florida. She
graduated magna cum laude from'
Florida A&M University where
she obtained both her bachelor's
and master's degrees.
Mrs. Bennett was a teacher at
Annette Winn Elementary
School in Lithia Springs where
she also served as a team leader.
Mrs. Bennett is survived by:
her husband, Kenneth L. Bennett
of Douglasville; her parents.
Wayne and Judy Sapp of Lake
City; a step-daughter, Erica
Bennett, of Douglasville; two
brothers, Wayne Sapp Jr. of Lake
City and Rick Hunt of Los
Arigeles, Cilif.; 6-ob sister, Carrtfi
SAPp of Lake City; one
nddiaueht-flone nit!&' afri
one nephew.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Bennett will be'held at 1 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 10, 2005, in the
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church with
Dr. Wilford McCormick and Dr.
Robert Sullivan conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
the Wellborn Cemetery.
All arrangements are under the
direction of Sherrill-Guerry
Funeral Home in Lake City.

William Cowen
EUSTIS William J. "Bill"
Cowen, 85, of Eustis died
Wednesday. Nov. 2, 2005, at
Lake Eustis Care Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Mr. Pleasant, Mr.
Cowen lived most of his life in
Lake Butler. He retired in 1976
as the Union County agricultural
agent. He was a U.S. Army
veteran of World War II and the
Korean War and retired from the
U.S. Army Reserve as a colonel.
He was a former member and past
president of the Lake Butler
Rotary Club and was a member of
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler.
Mr. Cowen is survived by:
three daughters, Sandra Brock of
Young Harris, Ga., Betty Tidwell
of Eustis and Rachael Sherwood
of Havertown, Pa.; a sister Mary
Emma Bassett of Quincy; five
brothers, Dan Cowen of
Jacksonville, E.J. Cowen of
Cantonment, Spurgeon Cowen ol
Chattahoochee, Joseph Cowen of
Winchester, Calif. and Ker
: Cowen of Quincy; IC
' grandchildren and four great
grandchildren. He was preceded
in death by his wife of 59 year,
Alice Cowen arid a sister
Elizabeth Mae Zorri.
Funeral services for Mr. Cower
Were Nov. 5. 2005 in Firs
Baptist Church of Lake Butle
with Dr. John Sherwooc
officiating. .
Burial followed in Dekle
Cemetery. in Lake Butler under


the'care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Wesley Dobrian
HAWTHORNE Wesley
Thomas Dobrian, 84, of
Hawthorne died Friday, Oct. 21,
2005, at Shands at UF in
Gainesville.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Mr.
Dobrian moved to Hawthorne
from Hollywood 10 years ago.
He was a chef and, was of the
Catholic faith.
Mr. Dobrian is survived by:
his wife Joyce Dobrian of
Hawthorne; a daughter Michelle
Dobrian.of Hawthorne; a son
Daniel Dobrian of Hawthorne;
and a sister Estelle Heron of St.
Petersburg. He was preceded in
death by a son Wesley Thomas
Dobrian Jr.
Arrangements were under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Justin Edwards
STARKE Justin Donovan
Edwards, 29, died Nov. 4, 2005,
from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident.
Mr. Edwards was born in
Gainesville and was a life-long
resident of Bradford County. He
was a construction worker.
Funeral services will be held
on Thursday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m.
at the First United Methodist
Church in Starke .with .the Rev.
Donald Thompson 'and Greg
Alvarez conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Prevatt
Cemetery in Starke.
Mr., Edwards is survived by:
one son, Ty Edwards of St.
Cloud; his mother and step-
father, Nan T. and Stewart
Reynolds of Interlachen; his
father and step-mother, Thomas
M. and Sharon Edwards of
Starke; one sister, Denyse
Edwards of Gainesville, his
maternal grandmother Romona
Tomlinson of Starke; and his
paternal grandparents, J.M. and
Betty Edwards of Starke..
Jones Funeral Home of Starke
\ is in charge of the arrangements.

Juanita Felton
LAWTEY Juanita Strong
Felton, 86, died Nov. 4, 2005, at
Bradford Terrace Care Center in
Starke after an extended illness.
Mrs. Felton was a life-long
resident of Lawtey and was a
'homemaker. She attended
Bradford County schools and was
a member' of. the St. John
Missionary Baptist Church where
she served as a Sunday school
eaqcer, a.Mother.of the Church, ,.,
a missionary and a merriber of the "'
frt ayerf.^ .i r
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12. at II a.m. at
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church of Lawtey with the Rev.
James Rackley and the Rev.
Herman Johnson conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey.
Family and friends will meet at
10 a.m. on the day of the funeral
at the home of Mrs. Felton in
Lawtey to form the procession,
which will begin at 10:30 a.m.
Visitation will be held at Haile
Memorial Chapel in Starke on
Friday, Nov. II. Family hour
will be from 4-5 p.m. and general
visitation will be held from 5-8
p.m.
Mrs. Felton was preceded in
death by her husband, Willie V.
Felton. She is survived by: one
sister. Alice Strong Anderson of
Lawtey; eight children, Viola F.
Carr of Orlando, Willie Lee
Felton of Lawtey, Margaret F.
Diggs of Starke, Rutha F.
Graham of Lawte), Hazetta F.
Hamilton of Cocoa, Joe Louis
Felton of Rockledge, Emma F.
Barber of West Palm Beach and
Robert Felton' of Lawtey; 31
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.


Margaret Forrest
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Margaret Gunn Forrest, 87, of
Keystone Heights died
SWednesday, Nov. 2, 2005, at
f Windsor Manor Nursing Home in
Starke. '
S Born in Pittsburgh. Pa. on May
,5, 1918, Mrs. Forrest moved to
SKeystone Heights in 1987 from
Pittsburgh. She was a retired
S bank teller and member of Park
r of the Palms Church.
Mrs. Forrest is survived by:
n two sons, John A. Forrest of
t Grand Prairie, Texas and Douglas
r A. Forrest of Matthews. N.C.;
S seven grandchildren, two great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
S in death by her husband John A.
r Forrest in 1994.


Memorial services for Mrs.
Forrest were Nov. 14, 2005 in
Park of the Palms Church with
James Harvey conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Solomon Jones Sr.
LAKE BUTLER Solomon
"G Money" Jones Sr., 42, died
Nov. 6, 2005, in Columbia
County as a result of a drowning
accident.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. 12, 2005, at 3:30
p.m. at the Union County High
School auditorium in Lake
Butler. Interment will follow at
St. John's Cemetery.
The viewing will be held at the,
high school auditorium on
Friday, Nov. II1, from 2-8:30
p.m. and on the day of the
funeral beginning at 3 p.m.
The procession to the services
will form at the residence of
mother of the ,deceased, Mrs.
Betty Jones of 6795 SW 71st
Street in Lake Butler, at 2:45
p.m.
Mr. Jones was preceded in
death by his father, Leroy Jones
of Lake Butler. He is survived
by: his mother, Betty Lou Jones
of Lake Butler; two daughters,
Shanika Jones of Lake Butler
and Valerie Jones of West Palm
Beach; one son, Solomon Jones
Jr. of Lake Butler; three sisters,,
Cathy Durant of Lake Butler and!.
Patricia Hines and Linda Bright,,
both of Gainesville; nine
brothers, Willie Roberts and
Donnie Leroy Jones, both of
West Palm Beach, Andrew Zow of
Alabama, and Jimmy, Wayne;
Bobby, Ronnie and Fermon
Jones, all of Lake Butler. ,
Duncan Brothers Funeral
Home of Gainesville is in charge-
of the arrangements.

John McCauley
LAWTEY John Olin',
McCauley,, 69, died Oct. 31,'
2005, at his residence in Lawtey. .f
Mr. McCauley was born in.
Greenville, S.C., and later moved
to Lawtey. He was of the Baptist
faith and was a disabled veteran
of the U.S. Army.
Mr. McCauley is survived by:-
one daughter, Bobbi Sue
McCauley of Las Vegas; one son,'
Danny McCauley Emerson of
DeBary; two sisters, Doris
Danson of Lawtey and Rachel
Ford of Holly Hill; one brother,
Martin McCauley of Holly Hill;
'11 grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
a later date. Jones Funeral Home


of Starke is in charge of the
arrangements.

Infant Petty
GLEN ST. MARY Infant
Donovan T. Petty, born Sept. 28,
2005, in Jacksonville, died Nov.
4, 2005 in Glen St. Mary.
Graveside funeral services were
held Nov. 9, 2005, at Riverside
Memorial Park Cemetery -in
Jacksonville with the Rev. Steve
Aldrich conducting the services.
Infant Petty is survived by: his
parents, Glenda Watson and Chris
Petty of Glen St. Mary; three
brothers, Jordan Petty of
Kentucky, and Jacob Petty and
Brett Watson, both of Glen St.
Mary; his paternal grandparents,
Martin and Penny Petty of
Jacksonville; his paternal great-
grandparents, Bobby and Nancy
Stalnaker of Fort White, Lyndia
Hasselbing of Morrison, and'
Lucille and Leo Petty of Jasper;
his maternal gradnmother,
Dianne Watson of Glen St. Mary;
and his paternal great-great-
grandparents, Hubert and Joyce
Stalnaker of Fort White.

Lottie Starling
STARKE Lottie Drawdy
Addison Starling, 94, died Nov.
4, 2005, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Starling was born in
Tampa and lived most of her life
in Bradford County. She retired.
from both Sunnyland and
Bradford Hospital, where she
workede d as a nurse's aide. She
belonged to the Church of God.
Mrs. Starling waspreceded in
death iby her daughter, Evelyn
Fridley. She is survived by: three
sons, Richard Addison ,of
Keystone Heights, Cecil Addison
of' Gainesville and Charles.
Addison of Chester, Va.; nine
grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Nov. 7, 2005, at the chapel of
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Starke. The Rev. Robert Johnson
conducted the services. Interment
followed at Dyal Cemetery.


Naomi Starling
SATSUMA Naomi Ida
Starling, 84, of Satsuma died
Nov. 5, 2005, at her residence
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Starling was a'native of
Merritt Island who resided at
Kingsley Lake for 50 years
before moving to Satsuma. She
was a homemaker and member of
the Starke Church of God.
Mrs. Starling is survived by:
one son, E.D. Norman of
Satsuma; one sister, Hellen Scott
of Stewart; two grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at
Kingsley Lake Cemetery on
Nov. 8, 2005, with. the Rev.
Robert Johnson conducting the
services.
Eleanor Whidden
LAKE BUTLER Eleanor Fay
Whidden, 78, of Lake Butler,
died Nov. 4, 2005. she was a
lifelong resident of Collier
County and retired from the
Collier County school system
after teaching in Immokalee.
Mrs. Whidden was also the
creator and long-time manager of
Peter Pan Day School: .She acted
as a healthcare giver to a number
of people over the years.
Mrs. Whidden was preceded in
death by her husband, Stanley
Whidden, and a son, Morris
Garrell. She is survived by two
sons, Ralphie and Edward Turner;
one daughter, Novia Sharkey;
two stepsons. Chuck and Wilson


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Visitation will precede the
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Faye White
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Faye
Reeves White, 75, died Nov. ?7,
2005, at her residence in
Keystone Heights.
Mrs. White was born in Griffin,
Ga., and moved to Keystone
from Jacksonville. She was a
retired secretary for HRS and was
of the Baptist faith.
Funeral services were held
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a.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery in"'
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Clunk! That's the sound of the other personal restraint from individuals
shoe hitting the floor. Now teachers as and says anything goes if it' feels
well as students have allegedly good. He sees the violations of
crossed -the line "of acceptable acceptable behavior beginning in the
behavior, and the atmosphere for home and cites single-parent families
good learning has gone down the without a male role model as
drain. detrimental to character building.
Bradford County doesn't deserve Many of the BHS discipline problems
the type of publicity generated by are rooted in students coming in from -
BHS students and teachers. The vast the middle school, he said, indicating
majority ,of students and teachers in behavioral problems begin early in
the local school system are morally life.
?upstanding with strong ethical What can be said for the adults who.
character, and feel betrayed by the made headlines? That their moral
few that have brought unwanted cortipass went awry is obvious and
notoriety to the campus. their ability to teach young people has ,:
Citizens of Bradford County may been destroyed.
rest assured the events of the past few Vi\ ian Chappell. chair of the school'
days are aberrations and will be dealt board, says the responsibility of the
with quickly and firmly. As one board is to set pol ic for the school
school employee remarked, "Heads system and to determine if the policy N
are going to roll." is being carried out. It is the duty of
That assessment is echoed by the superintendent to carry out the
members of the community who policies of the board. Everyone in
believe discipline has been lax and position of authority is cognizant of ,
inconsistent in the past. the implications from lack of decisive
An official close to the scene- sees' action and await disciplinary action.
the problem in a larger setting. The It is our duty to recognize the
actions of the few in the school problems arid close ranks, in support ;
systems throughout the nation are of school authorities.
reflections of society that removes By Buster Rahn, Editorial W riter


Local youth attends

Beef Ambassador pr


Abigail Crawford of Raiford
placed sixth at the National
Beef Ambassador Competition
in Austin, Texas on Nov. 3-5
with her presentation "The.
Championn"
Craword is (tie I '-year-old
daughter of Donnie and Denise
Crawford. She is a member of
Bradford County 4-H and is
serving as the Florida 4-H
Stale President and on the
National 4-H Youth Directions
Council. She is a member of
the Florida CattleWomen's.
Association and is .the current
Florida Beef Ambassador.
Twenty-four, contestants
from throughout the. country
vied for the national title.
Contestants presented speeches
about the promotional aspects
of beef, completed interviews
with media and',beef industry
representatives, and' attended a
Beef-Checkoff-funded edu-
cational workshop titled,
"Spokesperson Training." This
workshop was presented by
Walt Barnhart of the National
Cattlemen's Beef Association
on behalf of the Cattlemen's
Beef Board and state beef
councils.-
The National Beef
Ambassador program,- hosted
by Texas CattleWomen,
provided "A Taste of Texas"
as well as the contest and
educational workshops. The
program included sightseeing
in Austin, a Mexican fiesta
dinner with 'entertainment
provided by a mariachi band,
the Chuck Wagon Supper held
at the Texas Beef Council,
complete with cowboy songs
and storytelling, ambassador
training and a hnce--to--
in eract with representatives in
the beef industry and youth
from other states.
The guest speaker was Mr.
Trent Loos, an agricultural
activist whose mission is to
share the positive story of
production agriculture.


Enter
Christmas
parade-now.
Enter your group or
organization in the Starke
Christmas Parade before the
application deadline on
Wednesday, Dec. 7.
The parade will be held at 3
p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Lineup will begin at 2 p.m. on
Call Street in front of Shands
at Starke.
"Jingle Bell Rock" is the
theme for this year's parade.
The theme was submitted by
Southside Elementary School.
Entries can take the form of
I decorated vehicles, floats,


Abigail Crawford


Motivating the beef
ambassadors to be advocates
for the beef industry, Loos
encouraged them to spread the
word that United States
agriculture is a matter of
national security, reminding
them that if the current trend
continues our country will be
dependent on other nations for
food in the same "was we are
for fuel.
Youth, while preparing for
this national speaking
competition, learn about the
importance of the beef industry
and beef as an agricultural
product. The program
highlights the positive impact
the cattle industry has on our
economy and families. Trained
youth ambassadors address
industry issues and
misconceptions, 'while they
help educate peers, consumers
and producers about food
safety. nutrition and the beef
checkoff program.
The National Beef
Ambassador Program vwas
conceived in 1988 by
American National
CattleWomen Inc. (ANCW).


bands, walking groups. etc.
For each entry, the name of a
contact person, a phone
number and mailing address
must be submitted. Entry
forms are available at the
North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce on the
corner of Call and Walnut
streets.
No candy may be thrown
from any) vehicle. Cand) may
be handed out by people
walking alongside the entry.
No live Santas should be
displayed on any entry since
the "real" Santa will be riding
on the fire truck at the rear of
the parade.
The parade w ill be held rain
or shine.


Family
grateful for
concern
Dear Editor:
On Sept. 18, Anthony
'"Johnson, also known as
Bobby, was in a fire incident at,
'hishome. He had third-degree
burns on his scalp and second-
degree burns on his back.
'He is currently at the burn
center in Gainesille H-e has


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to Gulfport, Miss., Oct. 23 and
returned on Oct. 29. Our main-
mission was to rebuild trearts
and homes. It was a sight to
see and there are so many
miles of nothing where homes
used to sit. We worked with
Church Builders Ministry,Inc.
This is a Christian group
dedicated to rebuilding
churches. They have built
churches in Honduras, turned' a
castle in Scotland into a church
and built orphanages all
around our country.
This ministry has signed a
contract with the Grace
Memorial Baptist Church in
Gulfport for six months. They
will be working out of the
church as well as rebuilding
this church.


come through five surgeries,
but recently got pneumonia.
'We, the family, hear that
everyone is concerned about
Dad and we appreciate 'all the
prayers and the care that
people have.
So continue to pray for Dad,
for we know that it's only by
the hand of God that Dad has
come this far. Cards may be
sent to 2504 S.E. 147'" St. in
Starke. Thank You.
Claire Gowens
Starke


Just an (Murphy Gas) to make local ,
0 ini0 gas prices go down? :
pIInIIm1 Why don't %e all boycott
Dear Editor: local stations and.see %khat
Isn't it a shame that it took the) do then.
the opening of Super Wal-Mart Sandy Dowling


,Local participates in Kona race


On June '). local lake
dweller, Cherie Cox.,
participated in and finished the
Kona NMarathon in Kona,


Hawaii.
A member ot. Team
N atio nal Jackson ille, Cox %%as une of
1,800 who participated in the
marathon and half marathon.
og ram Of t he 1.800 participants 858
%were Train To End Stroke
(TTES) participants from
In 1990, the Cooperative around the United States who
Extension, National 4-H raised more than $3 million for
Program accredited the the American Stroke
competition as a -national Association and participated
'evet n .1995., ,W.oritheiei-behalf.i .-. ..
re&i ed Beef-Chpckoff ; -,Tea-m1Jack'Qo. ille'as 13
funding from the Cattleme&n'_ 'KON"A members' selll as the
Beef Board to expand the San Diego Rock and Roll
program. members raised $69,000 with
A major grant provided by Cox raising more than $5.300.
Shared Solutions Agriculture As a TTES participant, Cox
Initiative of the Altria family started training in early
of companies allows beef February including team
ambassadors the opportunity to training most weekends in
travel, promoting beef and the Jacksonville, clinics and
beef industry through seminars 'to prepare for this
education in both rural and marathon. She also included
urban settings on behalf of the run/walk e ents in Jacksonville
ANCW and the beef industry, such as the Beach's Winter
The Beef Checkoff Program Run, five miles, Ortega River
was established as part of the Run. 5K. Gate River Run,
1985 Farm Bill. The checkoff 15K, Run To The Sun, 8K,
assesses $1 per head on the Run For The Pies. 5K. as well
sale of live domestic and as the Memorial DaS 5K in
imported cattle, in addition to Green Cole Springs as part of
comparable assessment on her training.
imported beef and beef In preparation ior the
products. States retain up to 50 marathon. Cox has walked
cents on the dollar and forward more than 400 miles. Some
the other 50 cents per head to lake region residents may have
the Cattlemen's Beef seen her training along Crystal
Promotion and Research and Bedford Lake Roads.
Board. which administers the
national checkoff program,
subject to USDA approval.
The checkoff assessment
became mandatory) in a 1988
national referendum vote.
Checkoff revenues may be Ray Norman, Cl
used for promotion, education B ,adfordtc.'Mmy
and research programs to
improve the marketing climate
for beef.
The ANCW is a trade
association of American
women in the beef industry, Alert! Jury Du
with the primary focus of
promotion and consumer
education regarding beef as a Has anyone cal
safe and nutritious food, and duty? Warning, it cot
the production of beef cattle as Clever thieves
an industry. .
Crawford, as the Florida stealing an individual
Beef Ambassador, is available Other states are
to speak to organizations about employee is calling in
the beef industry. She may be their name has gone u
contacted at (386) 431-1091 or The caller then sugge!
1904) 796-0015. ..., .
iiiupeuigptui


Participants can call Steve
Futch, parade chairman, at
(904) 964-6200 for more
information. Entries can call
the chamber at (904) 964-5278
on Friday. Dec. 9. to find out
their parade lineup numbers.

Juvenile

Justice meets
today
The next meeting of the
Bradford County Ju'enile
Justice Shared Services
Council will be today,
Thursday. Nov. 10, at 9 a m.
The council meets at the
Family Service Center at 611
N. Orange St. in Starke.


such as social security
this information can e
While this scan
experience this type c
Clerk's Office DOES


Immokalee Road, C.R. 18-A
and S.R. 100.
Through the years Cherie
has walked off and on for
health maintenance, but when
this challenge presented itself,
she decided to give it a shot; to
raise money for the American
Stroke Association and train to
%walk the 26.2 miles for the
marathon.
Cox giew up in Gainesville.
but spent most weekends and
holidays since the late 1940s
on Bedford Lake until she
moved there permanently in
1969.


While in Gulfport., e
- roofed two homes, cleaned out
ruined furniture from homes.
cleaned piles of debris from
the .yards and just whatever
, needed to be done to help these
people get back to some kind
of normalcy. We prayed with
the people and gave them
Bibles to replace the ones that
had gotten ruined in the storm.
We are planning another
mission trip back to the area in
the next few weeks. -If you
would like to continue to help,
donations of gallon cans of
food, water, and monetary
items will be greatly
appreciated.
Laura Finley
Starke


No one has
the right to
denigrate our
troops
Dear Editor: ,
I'm afraid that Sergeant
Major Wayne is quite correct.
When is the last time (other
'than. Mr. Rahn's article:' you
have heard anything positive
about our troops in Iraq?
People seem to- forget 'that
our troops freed'- what?.-
some 25 million Iraqis from the
rule of a tyrant as bad as Hitler
and Stalin.
That we are trying to rebuild
Iraq the same as we rebuilt
Germany and Japan after
World War II seems to escape
them.
Some of those journalists
remind me of Jane Fonda. It's
lucky for her she never got
close to our squadrons and I
don't understand our present
military leaders allowing these
jackasses on the battlefield.
You may not agree with the
war but no one has the right to
denigrate the efforts of our
troops and those who lost their
lives in this effort.
I suggest we strip those
journalists of their cameras.
give them a gun and put them
right where the worst conflicts
are.


Robert E. Bransford
Starke


. .' rouid of you,
Tornadoes! t
As alumni of Bradford High
School and members of the
Tornado Pride Club, we would
like to commend the Bradford
High football team on its effort
this season.
We recognize the pride and
Tornado football tradition you
all exemplified on and off the
playing field. There is more to
football than just winning and
you represented us with a great
effort through a season without I ii
your leader, Chris Smith,
whom we all greatly missed.
Hold your heads high 3
Tornadoes! You did your best!
Also, a big congratulations k4
to James Jamison on your
accomplishment as leading
rusher in Tornado football! Go
Big Red!


Steve and Cindy I utch.


erk of Courts


945 North Temple Avenue
P.O. Drawer B Starke, FL 32091


904-966-6280
Fax: 904-966-6256


uty Scam Could Lead to Identity Theft.

led recently letting you know that you missed jury
tld be a scam.
continue to deceive innocent victims with intentions of
's identity and the jury duty scam is one of the latest.
c reporting that a person claiming to be a Clerk's Office
nocent people telling them that a jury summons in
Unanswered and that an arrest warrant has been issued.
sts he or she can verify the arrest warrant if the
will provide some personal identifying information,
y number, birth date, or credit card number. Much of
easily be used to commit identity theft.
i has not reached Bradford County, if you ever
all, hang up and call my office immediately. The
'NOT call summoned jurors. Please do not give out


your personal information to anyone you do not know!
It is only natural that a person may be inclined to give out personal
information under the threat of an arrest, but in reality, court officials WILL
NEVER request personal information over the phone.
This scam has been reported in many states and many more innocent
victims could be at nsk if they are not aware of this threat


About the Clerk's Office
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Single-vehicle
crash kills
Bradford man
A 30-year-old Starke man died
Friday evening after his pickup
truck crashed on Southeast
109th Street one mile east of
, Hampton.
Justin D. Edwards, 29, was
dead at the scene, ,,c...rding to
Florida Highway Patrol Cpl. D,
SBazinet.
Edwards was westbound, on
Southeast 109th Street at 6:47
i p.m. For unknown reasons,
Edwards' Toyota pickup truck
drove onto the north shoulder.
Edwards overcorrected, steering
left and driving back on the
roadway. The pickup rotated
counter-clockwise, crossing
both lanes of traffic before
travelling into the ditch, Cpl.
Bazinet said. The Toyota
continued south up the
embankment, rolling onto its
V;right side. The roof and hood'
struck a pine tree.
Edwards was not wearing a
seat belt, Cpl. Bazinet said.
Damage to -the 2004 pickup
was $15,000 in the Nov. 4
crash.

Lake Butler


Nov. 6 accident is still in
progress, FWC officials said.
Starke man
killed in Nov. 7
S.R. 100 crash
A 54-year-old Starke man died
Menda.y evening when his
vehicle crashed underneath a
semi on SR. 100 two miles
east of St.ike.
Gareth W. Bitgood, driving a
ioSs Ford Bronco, was
travelling e.ncl%'und on S.R.
100. A 2005 Mack tractor-
tr.ilci truck, driven by John
Wesley Holmes, was backing
into a private driveway,
blocking hth lanes o'f traffic,
according to Florida Highway
Patrol Two'pe' Jason Barry.
Ra good's vehicle struck the
left side of the semi trailer,
travelling under neath where it
came to final rest, according to
Trooper Barry.
Bitgood was dead at the scene.
Holmes, 60, of Starke was not
injured in the 6:15 p.m. crash,
Trooper Barry said.
Charges are pending traffic
homicide investigation of the
Nov. 7 crash, according to FHP
Cpl. Jimmy Starling.
Total damages to both
vehicles were $7,000.


man dies n Four injured
boating in head-on
mishap crash
A Sunday afternoon boat trip All, four occupants of a head-
on the Santa Fe River turned on collision were flown from
deadly foi a Lake Butler man. the scene to area hospitals for
Solomon Jones, 42, was out treatment of injuries No\. 4.
,in a 1974 14-footjohnboat near Lloyd R. Hunt, 39, of Lake
Ellisville. when he apparently Butler remains in. serious
lost control of the %essel and condition as of press time.
was ejected, Florida Fish and Ryan T. Hayes, 18, of Raiford
Wildlife Conservation is reportedly in fair condition.
Commission (FWC) officials Both are in Gainesville,
said. hospitals.
A witness to the accident said Information was unavailable
Jones surfaced arid was on occupants Gary Smith of
swimming to shore when he Raiford and Johnathan
went under again. He did not Alexander of Lake Butler.
resurface. Hunt, driving a 2004 Ford,
Firefighters from Union was northbound on C.R. 231
County located Jones' body a three miles south of Lake
few hours later in the area the Butler.
witness described. Hayes, driving a 1996 Ford,
Columbia County deputies was. southbound, according to
were also on the scene. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper
Jones was not wearing a life Lena Ward.
jacket. He was alone in the boat Hunt swerved in the
when the, accident occurred southbound lane missing one
smetime between 5 and 6 p.m. vehicle but striking Hayes'
The iny VonT1n0m0to W.e' vehicle head-on, Troo r Ward


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Charges are pending blood-
alcohol results in the 11:15
p.m. crash, Trooper Ward said.
Hampton
woman tries
to escape
A 25-year-old Hampton
. woman faces multiple charges
after fleeing law enforcement
officers.
Kimberly Michele Padgett's
vehicle was stopped Nov. 5 for
having no tag light. When
asked for her license, she gave
another name, according to
Chief John Hodges. During a
search of the vehicle, the chief
found two crack pipes and
Padgett's suspended driver's
license. Padgett fled from the
scene, but was apprehended and
placed under arrest. The truck
she was driving had been
reported stolen earlier in the day
by a Lawtey man, Chief
Hodges said. A bottle of generic
Xanex was found in the truck
with another name on it.
Padgett was charged with
escape, giving false
identification to law
enforcement officer, possession
of drug paraphernalia, grand


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theft, possession of prescription
drug without prescription and
driving while license suspended.
She remains in custody under


a $30,000 bond.


Union worn
arrested fo
having sex
with a minor
A 29-year-old Lake
woman was charged IV
with allegedly having se
a minor.
Christina Pernini was
Nov. 7 by Deputy Rob
Manning for sexual bat
victim over 12 years,of
under 18. The minci
occurred in September, I
Manning said.
The victim confided
parent the Pernini had se
him on several occasion
sexual act had apparently
witnessed on at" leas
occasion, Deputy M
said. The complaints
witnesses filed
complaints, Deputy M
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r checkpoints during this month
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Recognizing the danger
1r presented to the public by
Butler defective vehicle equipment,
monday troopers will concentrate their
Mx with efforts on vehicles being
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arrested bad brakes, worn tires and
bert T. defective lighting equipment.
tery of In addition, attention will be
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in Worthington Springs, CR- 16
west of Starke, CR-18 west of
Worthington Springs, SR-231
south of Lake Butler, CR-229
north of SR-121, CR-231
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in Brooker, CR-225 west of
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Speedville Road, CR-221 in
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Starke is hosting 2 eventsNov 11


Veterans' Day is this Friday,
Nov. 11, and as is the case every
year, American Legion Post 56
of Starke will be hosting a
breakfast for veterans and their
families as well as a public
ceremony at the Charles J.
Schaefer Veterans' Memorial
Park on East Call Street in
downtown Starke.
The. Post 56 home, on
Edwards Road across from the
Florida National Guard armory,
will be the site for the breakfast,
which is scheduled for 7-9 a.m.


There will be drawings for
prizes (based on ticket-purchase
donations) at 9:30 .a.m. The
grand prize is a 1995
Oldsmobile (four-door, AC,
automatic, power
brakes/steering/windows, moon
roof, etc.).
Tickets will be available at
Post 56 until 9:15 a.m. Nov. 11.
The -annual Veterans' Day
ceremony will begin at 10:30
a.m. This year's guest speaker
will be Command Sgt. Maj.
Dennis Rhoden of the Camp


Blanding Joint Readiness
Center.
Retired Col. William
Dampier, a member and past
commander of American Legion
Post 56, reminds people that
Veterans' Day is not just another
holiday, but a day to "honor
military service members and
veterans of this community,
state and nation."
"To ensure our country
remains free and that citizens
retain their rights, particularly


the right to decide, how we are
governed, which has been
secured with the blood of
countless veterans, it is
important that .we celebrate the
importance of all of our
veterans," Dampier said.
American Legion Post 56,
* which is sponsoring both events,
will be also be assisted by
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
1016.
Camp Blanding will not be
hosting a Veterans' Day
ceremony this year because of a
current construction project.


The Armistice that ended World War I was
signed at the 11th hour on the 11th day
of the 11th month of 1918. Nov. 11 was
first declared Armistice Day and then later
renamed Veterans' Day to honor the
veterans of wars that occurred after World
War I.


Lake Region
plans Veterans'
celebration.,,
The Amvets P6st 86 in
Keystone Heights will recognize
Veterans' Daywith events on
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12.
Events Friday are open to Amvets
members only, but the public is
invited to breakfast oni Saturday.
The day will begin with a full
breakfast at the Amvets post home
just off S.R. 21 in Keystone. Come
join the vets for breakfast for $6.
The Garden Club of the Lakes
.will hold a Veterans' Day


ceremony on Friday,
Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. at the
Keystone Heights
.Cemetery on S.R. 100.
The second phase of the
Veterans'Memorial
S Pathway will be unveiled
at this ceremony, which
will feature a color guard
from Camp Blanding,
special speakers, music
and even the firing of a
Civil War Era cannon.
For more information.
call (352) 473-5450 or
(352) 473-9545.
Melrose will dedicate
its World War II
memorial on Friday, Nov. 11, at 10
a.m. in the park across S.R. 21
from the. Episcopal Church.
American Legion Post 202, on
S.R. 21 in Keystone, will raise its
traditional multitude of American
flags on Friday, Nov. 11. Each flag
represents a deceased member of
the veterans' group. The flags will
go up at 7 a.m. and the post will
be open to the public from 7-9
a.m.
*AARP Chapter 4813 of
Keystone will hold a special
veterans' program on Saturday,
Nov. 12, at 11. a.m. at the
Keystone Heights United
Methodist Church on S.R. 21.


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The annual Veterans' Day
observance in Lake Butler will
begin at 9 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 11,
at the Veterans' Monument on
Main Street. .
Students from the Union County
High School JROTC will be1'-
coordinating the morning
ceremony and will also participate
in the parade through tOwn at 11
a.m.
Cadets of the Union County
High School Tiger Battalion will
present a tribute to veterans of all
wars on a mobile stage. Cadets
will don uniforms from each war
and salute the veterans of that,,:,
conflict
Also participating in the parade
will be the UCHS Marching Band
and cheerleaders, along withmany
other community organizations.
Lake Butler Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 10082 will serve .
barbecue dinners at the ceremony
and at the Lake Butler community
center as a fundraiser.

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those who are currently serving in harm's way, our prayers go with you. Words are not adequate to express our appreciation.
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Local WWl I vet shares 2 resign in

story with History Channel scandal


By LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
For a moment, imagine
going out for a nice day of
skydiving. You jump out of the
plane, the parachute opens and
then shrapnel starts whizzing
by your head.
This may sound extreme, but
during World War II, this was
-a reality for Edward Mobley,
r then just 18 years old.
Now 82, Mobley lives in
Lawtey.and is proud to be a
veteran. On Oct. 28, he shared
the story of his Army career
with the History Channel.
Mobley's career in the Army
began as a member of the
Coast Artillery. When the
opportunity came tip, Mobley
signed the.' papers to be a
paratrooper.-:i. ,.
"I think 'argtroopers were
the bes.outfit' of the military,"
he said, "Some say it is the
Marines." This statement has
caused hini to get into many
arguments, vith members of
other military, branches.
Because the, paratroopers
were a "strict'l) volunteer"
group, 'no&~ie knew why
Mobley would sign up for it.
"Most people said we were
Crazy; bgeca.i.we jumped out
of a perfectly good plane," he
said. People' also said he
wasn't man'enough to be a
paratr6bper.J3 T
Being! theiyoungest of the
paratroopers and having a lot
to prove. MobleN said he stuck
it out so, he could prove
everybody.wr6ng.
Through' the training,
however, it \was-%erN difficult.
Paratroopers had to run fie to
10 miles every-day without
stopping, along with other
physically demanding tasks.
He thought a few times that he
might quit, but he said he "just
kept right on going."
In the: 101st Airborne
Division, Mobley wais part pf
the 502'' Paratrooper Infantry.
He made approximately 25
drops in his five years in the


Army.
The 101 s was formed by an
Army order that read, "The
101' Airborne Division...has
no history, but it has a
rendezvous with destiny."
The rendezvous c4me~,qp
June 6, 1944, during the"
invasion of France;
Right before making the
jump on D-Day, Mobley
remembered looking down
from the airplane and seeing
lights on the ships below. Out
of the silence, the jump master
yelled, "Stand tip, and hook
up."
Mobley saw shrapnel
outside of the plane, and he
was 'honestly scared to jump
out because he thought he
would get shot.
He mustered up the courage
to make the jump, so he would
not be court marshalled for
turning back. Right in front of
him was his friend Floyd.
When he jumped, shrapnel
came flying at him from every
direction. It was as if .it came
straight for him or even turned
around and aimed for him.
The shrapnel, within inches
of his body, veered off to the
left or right of him and did not
hit him at all.
Mobley was never'nuch of a
religious man before this, but
said, "God's hands were in
front of ime parting the


shrapnel." By MARK J. CRAWFORD
h-',, ,, TgrahStaffW
"I didn't know the Lord By MARK J. CRAWFORD
when I went into the service," Telegraph Staff Writer
he said, but Mobley's been a
believer ever since. Clara, his Two Bra ford County
wife, likes that part of the story school personnel have resigned
most of all. -after allegedly being caught in
When the 502nd reached the a sex act during a soccer match
ground that day, they were 10 at Bradford High School last
miles behind enemy lines and week.
had to fight Germans all the Recently hired athletic
way back out to the coast director Matthew Moore is one
where they "dug in" to prepare of those two, and the other is
for the rest of the battle. Brenda Wolfe, a guidance
All the while, shrapnel was counselor shared between
flying over their heads and Bradford Middle School and
around them because the U.S. the Renaissance Center. Both
Navy was shelling the enemy. former employees still face
Mobley and Floyd dove in a possible sanctions up to and
hole where a shell had already including removal of their
exploded, and they were safe. teaching certificates by the
Dozens of others were not. state, pending an investigation
Mobl4y continued on by the Florida Department of
fighting German enemies who Education.
were attacking from all Suptrintendent Harry
directions-water, land and chr d the incident was
even in planes. iteporled he parents who
At one point, the infantir. Itnsed the tw o employees
was outnumbered five to onie. rigaged in a sexual act in ihe
"They tried to annihilate us. .pres, b'\ at Dax id Hurse Field
he said. There were onl 13 of Tditing a girl' soccer match.
120 paratroopers let Tht. invt.sigaiion began Friday
unharmed when the invasion atternoon, and, in addition- to
wasvermed when the invasion the statements of more than
Mobley and his fellow sone KeystoneHeights parent,
paratroopers fought in the first hWC xidence includes
bayonet attack of WWII, the phi"tagraphs and two video
invasion of Holland and the tapes of Moore reportedly
Battle of the Bulge. engaging in oral sex with
Mobley was wounded in one %Volte. Moore was on duty
of the battles' with his friend iepig score for the game.-
Floyd by his side. The shrapnel lhte we as off duty..
is still in his neck today. 'Whe en we got' the
"The doctor told me 'If a ; suspendedd the employees
woman hugs your neck and S nded th em ployees
you feel that shrapnel, go r topyt d toldth.e to
the hospital right away, t h county office on
Mobley said. If the shrapnel lsarc continued to gather
moved and struck an artery, it dis ric continued to gather
could kill him.. t, as through Tuesday
After he was wounded- morning, when Hatcher said
Mobley was sent home to the os employees resigned.
Gainesville VA hospital.., _,_..
"They have been excellent to ,, --a ., _n
me," he said. I y Un ae o ,is onrn Pesdit
.Today, there are only five si" a''. ar
paratroopers left. from rria az.7ar
Mobley's infantry. In February Q] I


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That closes the district's
in c.,tigalion. but because the
state will investigate, Hatcher
chose his words carefully
when speaking of the incident.

"Because of the nature of the
allegations, it will have to be
turned over to the state and
will be an ongoing
investigation. What they will
or wi'rl not release to the
general public I'm not sure of
at that point," Hatcher said.
Hatcher said he wasn't sure
there was a written policy on
who is and is not allowed
. access to the press box at the
stadium, but typically it is
local and visiting school
personnel directly involved in
the sports event and the
volunteers who may be there
broadcasting the game. This
incident may result in the
development of such a policy,
he said.
There isn't a policy on
relations between employees
either beyond the nepotism
policy prohibiting family
members, including husbands
.and wives, from working over
one another in a supervisory
capacity. But teachers have to
conduct themselves according
to a broad code of ethics, and
if the allegations are true,
Hatcher said, that behavior
while on school property was
inappropriate.
"It appears at this point that
if the alleged information was
true, there was an extreme
error in judgment," Hatcher
said. Such incidents won't be
tolerated, he continued.
"It troubles us anytime that
we have people that are in
positions 'of leading our
children participate in alleged
inappropriate behavior,
because they're the ones
setting the example for us."
.In response the district will
remind employees of their
obligations and responsibilities
under the code of ethics.


"We're dealing with the
prize possession of our
families here in our
community-their children--
and we need to hold that in
high regard," Hatcher said.,
The episode comes on the
heels of reports of violent and
retaliatory attacks upon a 14-
year-old high school girl. The
district has taken precautions
to prevent further violence,
Hatcher said, including hiring
an additional officer to patrol
the high school campus,
camera placement and asking
teachers to exercise heightened
awareness during classroom
breaks.
As the wheels of the
criminal investigation continue
to turn, the expulsion process
has begun'as dictated by the
district's code of conduct. The
expulsion committee could
recommend expulsion 'of any
alleged attackers for up to two
years minus one day. The final
decision is made by the school
board.


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Assoc. to
meet
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet on
Monday, Nov. 14, at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
The select a pig and feeding
meeting is set for 7 p.nm.
All meetings are mandatory.




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gates, 2 pastures, bring
the kids and the pets.
Horses welcome.
$85,000. Call 352-625-
6926. Well kept, great


/you shonupl iGreat selcU-
(ion of Doubles and
Singles. Ocala, Drive a
little, save a loti 352-671-
9210.
1986 MOBILE HOME 3BR/
2BA needs work. Call
386-496-2357
GET'EM WHILE THEY'RE
hot! 05 Manufactured
homes, must go, all
credit accepted. Call
904-259-8028.
INTEREST RATES as low
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2006, 28x40, with furniture
for $32,900. Just a few at
this price. Call 904-259-
8028. 49
MOBILE HOMES, for rent,
2BR $350 & up, per


6770 or cell 904-769-
9454.
50 For Rent
3BR/1BA, SINGLE family
home located at 1320
Charles Court, Starke Fl,
Please talk to Mary
Parks next door for de-
tails. Section 8.and HUD
renters welcome.~- ~ l---
301-292-4636.
3BR, MR, 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.
2BR/2BA DWMH OFF OF
301 close to Starke,
$425 month, Call after
6pm, 904-880-7763.


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From $245,000

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TRAILER FOR RENT:
2BR/1 BA, washer, dryer,
microwave, front porch,
chain link fence, on 1
acre of land. Mowing ser-
viceand pest control pro-
vided. $500 first and last
months rent plus $300
deposit.. Call 904-964-
4386 ask for James
RENT-TO-OWN Brand
new construction, site
built home, 3BR/2BA,
large wooded 2/3 acre
lot, Keystone Heights
area. $1995 down. Call
352-692-4343.
www.newhouse411 .com.
WATERFRONT, BRAND
NEW, 3BR/2BA 2150 sq
ft, site built home, on 2/3
acre with paved roads,
$154,900. Call 352-692-
4343. Information avail-
able at www.newhouse
411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities.paidt '
Central location. 10%
discount on fir-tI months
rent 1or senior cihzers.
Rooms wvirn private Daln,
$1'5 $115. 1wk Room
wiulnulr Dah. $90 Laun-
dry facillies available
Close to' churches,
stores, downtown:shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
ror, ine Syirke Post Of-
Ice 90-.j64-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, cla6n 'clo'6 e' to
prison.'Call 352-468-
1323 ..- --.. .
SOUTHERN' VIII.ASEOF.
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants 1& 2 BR HC
& non HC apartments.
Cerntrai ac.heal. on site
laundry, playground, pn-
vale and quiel atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16 1001 Southern
Villas Dnve, Starke, Flior
call 904-964-729, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes,.newly renovated
Deposit required. Call
386-t4963067,678-438-
6828 or 678-438->865.
lor more inlormalion
FOR RENT. 14x70 mobile
home. 2BR/2BA. A/C.
heat $550 per month A
security deposit plus lisl
_ anrid last monins rent is
require Call 904-964-
8431 or 352-745-1189...
HUGE 3BR/2BA SWMH on
1/3 acre, pets consid-
ered: $400 month and
$400 security. Keystone
area. Call 352-478-2697.
3BR/2BA, DWMH, laundry
room, 3Oft .covered
porch, small barn, on 4


acres, fenced, Keystone
area, $700 month plus
deposit. Call 386-445-
6302.
REMODELED, 3BR/2BA
SWMH, W&D hookups,
on 1.5 acres, fenced,
$600 month plus deposit.
Call 386-445-6302.
2BR/2BA MH on one acre
close to Keystone. $500
month $500 security. Call
352-475-6260.
2BR/1BA, SWMH,
SECLUDEd area, near
SR16 and Ace Rd., and
NE 239th place, Raiford.
Call 386-431-1200.
HIDDEN OAKS, Lake But,
ler for rent mobile
homes, 3BR/2BA or
2BR/1BA. Call 386-867-
2099.
3BR/1 BA SWMH, between'
Starke and Lake Butler,
big yard $450 month and
$300 deposit. Call 904-
1284-9223.
2BR/1BA HOME ON Swan
Lake for $675 month.
Call Chuck Willis Realty
Estate at 352-473-0205.
51 Lost/Found
LOST PUPPY- Golden Re-
triever male. Lost on Sat.
3-4 months. Theressa
area corner of,CR18 &
SR100. Call 352-473,
4884, cell 352-682-1355.
MY AFRICAN GREY Par-
rot of 10 years flew away
on Thursday, Nov 3, we,
live near Captian Grogs,
any sightings or info
please call Linda at 352-
473-0226.
52 Animals &
Pets
HORSE BEDDING-shav-
ings. tor sale.a eliveralby
small dump truck Call'
386-431-1538,904-966-
9312, 352-538-5564 or
386-431-9230

LOVING HANDS
PETSITTING
Going out of town for
the Holidays?
Keep your pet happy
by letting them stay
home
Call Karilon for rates
on home visits
352-473-4174
352-359-0575

ROTTWEILER PUPPIES-
very healthy, tails cut,
shots, wormed. Ready
to go. Last litter of Zena
(she was killed on pri-
vate property 2 wks
ago.) Call Cindy before
8pmo 52-473-7233.
CHIHUAHUA, FREE to


904-964-8111


good home, up to date
shots, sweet dog. Call
352-473-5057.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
GARAGE SALE- Rain or
Shine. Never used scroll
saw- furniture, house
hold items. To much to
list. Dont miss this one.
385 Alton Rd, Starke. Fri
& Sat, 8am to ?
MOVING SALE- Friday &
Sat. 8am to 1pm. Furni-
ture, house hold items,
clothes and more. SR16'
East to NE 19th Ave.
Follow signs. 904-964-
7180.
MULTI FAMILY SALE,
Thurs & Fri,. 8am to ?
Loads.of good stuff.
HWY 301 South just out-
side city limits. Turn right
at Variety Sales just be-
fore new Wal-Mart. Only
house on left. Look for
signs. 964-2369. Thelma
and gang.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
8am to ? 301 North 2nd
house on right from Har-
vest Christian Church.
House hold items, tools,
clothes, toys.,
SPECIAL AUCTION will
be held Sat, Nov,12th at
2pm for Doris Denson &
Carias Norman, at 6551
NW CR 225, Starke. All
contributions greatly ap-
preciated & proceeds to
benefit Doris & Carias.
YARD SALE 1412 Debra
St. (green acres) Fri &
Sat, 8 to 1pm. Size 18
clothes and lots of misc
items.
YARD SALE Sat, 8am to
2 pm. 532 .South Street
Starke: Misc, clothing
and house hold items.
FRI & SAT, 8AM TO 2PM,
Bayless Hwy, look for
signs. Lots of miscitems,
clothes, toys, household,
furniture. Cancel if rain.
YARD SALE, 8am to 4pm,
Fri & Sat. 1221 Bradford
St. Household goods,
various items including 4
reclining chairs, like new
priced to sell. 1221
Bradford St.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale, Fri, 8am to 4pm
and Saturday, 8am to
noon. Luggage, totes,
S small appliances,
kitchen items, books,
clothes, and many more
items. 1300 Pratt St.
YARD SALE, Fri & Sat,
8am -5pm, 1..5 miles
East of hospital. Dodge
truck $3500 OBO, furni-
ture and misc items.
100 FT CHAIN LINK fence,
includes posts, top rails


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and hardware. Also one
set of double gates,
$150. Call 904-364-
6882.
MOVING SALE, Fri & Sat,
Country Club area. Fur-
niture, some tools,
flower arrangements,
plants, xmas items misc.
nice stuff.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE,
Sat, 8am-2pm.
Theressa Community
Center off 100 near Fire
Dept & Theressa.
Children & Tots clothes,
toys & infant items, lots
of misc, hot dog & coke
$1.50. See you there.
FRIDAY ONLY 8am to?,
*5861 NW 216 St.
Crawford RD. Work Sta-
tion Desk, artificial fire-
place, CD player, rims
for a 98 Honda Civic,
baby clothes, lots of
misc items. Call 904-
964-8890.
STREET WIDE YARD
SALE Redgrave Street,
Fri & Sat, 8am til ? Fur-
niture, porlaie daish-
: washer, boys jeans &
coats up to size 12,
kitchen items, house-
hold goods, washer/
dryer, dinette set, baby
items, couch/love seat,
nascar items, 16 foot
trailer.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY-
6032 SW 150th St, 100
W to 100-A turn right on
1st road, 3rd house on
left. Fri & Sat, 8am-?
Furniture, linens, Christ-
mas decor, kitchen
items, children's, teens,
women and mens
clothing, formals, tools,
lots of toys & books,
movies & more.
FRI & SAT, 8:30am-
3 30pm rain.or'shine,
SrIeld over. Prices
slashed, new stuff
added. Dinette plus 6
cushioned chairs, Christ-
mas lots more. 1303 W.
Pratt St.
3 FAMILY SALE, 1403
. Debra St. off SR16. Fri
& Sat, 8am-? Clothes,
kid items, house hold
items.
MULTI FAMILY, garage
sale, Saturday, 9am to ?
Across from KOA at
Nelson Lark Buildings.
937 S Walnut St, look for
signs, rain or shine.
SATURDAY ONLY 9am to
2pm, 635 N Church St.
Baby stuff and more.
FRI & SAT, 8AM TO 2PM,
738 Alton Rd. Clothes,
VHS movies, table, mat-
tresses, couch, toys.
Very cheap!
FRI & SAT, 9AM TO? Multi


family sale, South end of
Griffis Loop (100-A) fol-
low signs.
GALVANIZED WATER
1 tank, 100 gal, used 6
months, mint condition,
$100. 904-966-0631
leave message.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
XINU NAPPASORORITY-
Garage Sale, Sat. 8am -
12 noon. Lake Geneva
Estates. 428 SE 28th
Loop. House hold items,
clothes, and misc items.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE,
lots of good gifts.
Clothes of all sizes,
christmas decorations, 4
blocks off of 100 E in
High Ridge Estates. Fri
& Sat, 8am to 4pm.
RUMMAGE SALE AND
christmas spectacular,
Fri 9am to 4pm and Sat-
urday, our "Dollar a Bag"
day, 9am til noon. Com-
munity Church and Fel-
lowship Hall behind Ace
Hardware,
YARD SALE, Sat 8am ?
Singleton PI. off of CR-
214 (Gizmo'. Rd" 1;.5
miles down'lIeft hand
side. Misc ,lemu appli-
ances, cr mpuler.
washer, dryer, fridge,
.CHRISTMAS 'BAZARFri;'
9am-4pm. Sal 9am 12
noon. Lunch, cralts &
gifts at Fresh Start Fel-
lowship, 7191 SR21N
GARAGE SALE. Fr, & Sal.
lO-4pm ana Sun 12,
noon-4pm 61-15 CR
352. Keystone
YARD SALE 740 SW'
Jasime Ave Sal. 9.5
ciomting. Iir cages ex-
ercise equip Call 352.
473.8179
53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE. Sat, Nov
,12. 7arn-l-pm Re-man/
Wnitehead Homes. SW
iln Si Dy me Iopjfall
teid'Dekle Cememtery
Everything you can
imagine and nMore-all
clean- furniture, toys.
cnildrens clones. mens/
women clomtes, linens
oeautiul books ..dishes.
kitchen sluflf. stroller.
rocking horse-many
unique items. Too many
to list- ramin or shine
55 Wanted
LAND WANTED 25 to 250
acres, some wetlands
okay. Must close before
12/15/2005. Fair price
paid. Call 904-608-5239.


57 For Sale
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.. -
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, ful 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-
7173 or 904-964-3888
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Sho1.
First then compare Full
piliowlop sets $299,
queen pillowlop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
36x 72 DOOR with built in ,
venetian blind. $125
OBO. Riding Electric
Scooter 3 wheels $300
OB0. Call 904-964-
5751.
FOR SALE- A.O Smith gas
water heater, 30 gal, tall.
$50. Call 386-496-3297.
BIG RECLINER. BEIGE in
color, cloth, good condi-
tion, Starke. $75. Call
904-964-2292.
59 Personal
Services
HOUSE OR OFFICE
CLEANING services.


Honest and dependable. vices, 7200 SE US HWY
Reasonable rates, flex- 301, Hawthorne. Call
ible schedule. Call Leisa 352-481-0008.
Jackson at 386-661- KING HOUSE INN RES-
2238 or 904-229-8967. TAURANT now taking
BUSINESS & Commercial applications for servers,
loans arranged, 50K and prep cooks, grill cooks,
up, also receive cash for and one kitchen super-
owner financing mort- visor. Experience pre-
gage notes. For more ferred, but not
information write to: PO necessary. Full time
Box 263, Raiford FI, and parttime positions
32083 or call 352-283- available. Please come
6S11m by 105 SE 1stAve, Lake
LOSE WEIGHT FOR THE Butler, for an application
last time Free samples or call 386-496-8295 for
904-346-1127 or more Information.
www.StartANEWYOU.com BUSY CHRISTIAN Pre-
CLARK FOUNDATION school now accepting
REPAIRS, INC. Cor- applications for full &
reaction of termite & wa- part time positions. Exp
ter-damaged wood & and 40 hour childcare
sills. Leveling & raising certificate preferred. Call
dHouses/Bldgs. Pier Re- the Childrens Farm at
placement & alignment. 352-473-7031 for more
Free Estimates: Danny information. 65
(Buddy) Clark, (904)- HEAVY EQUIPMENT op-
284-2333 or 1-800-288- erators.and site foreman
0633. needed. Call 904-964-
CHAIN LINK FENCE 8859. -
Free estimates. Handy- CARPET CLEANING tech,
man Fence Co.; owner FT/PT, needed for local
Tommy Reddish. 904- tile & carpet cleaning
964-8559. company. Reliable with
PRESSURE WASHING, clean appearance, good
CLC home exterior driving record. No exp
cleaning. Roofs, siding, necessary. Call for more
decks, driveways, side- information 904-964-
walks. Free estimates, 1800.
call Curtis,. 904-964-, PARTTIME HELP D warned.
4940. various tasks, wil irakn,
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION Apply at Crawfords Cus-
has money to lend for tom Meats or call 386-
M.H. & land packages. 496-2276.
1-800-284-1i44. LAND SURVEY help.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn & .. wanted. Instrument per-
Landscape, customized son. Call 904-626-0902
lawn care, sod. Irim. or 352-473-4333.
ming. landscape desgn 65 Help
Reasonable rates tree
estimates Commercal Wanted
& residenlai. Licensed NEEDED SOMIEOrjE'
and insured. Call 386- WITH experience in
496-2820, if no answer sheet rock work,, for
please leave message. ,home renovation. Call
LEGAL FORMS- Bank- 904-964-8875.
ruptcy, divorce, wills, OTR DRIVER NEEDED,
contracts, deeds, corpo- home most weekends,
ration, notary and many small family operated
others. Call Tom at 904- business. Call Ryan for
964-5019 or 352-235- details at 352-494-6723.
4350. RN POSITIONS Available:
J & P HOME SERVICES, full time & PRN variable
home repairs, painting shifts available, FL Li-
tree trimming & more. cense required, BLS/
Local references avail- ACLS required, mini-
able. Reasonable rates. mum 1 year exp re-
CalilJohnny or Pam at qmuired Ciompeirive
352-473-2344. salaries & iernerns avail-
63 Love Lines able. Appiy/ at Sranas
61 YEAROLD white male Starke Hospllal, 922 E
looking to meet single Call St' Sniarke F
female, 45 to 60, to do 32091 904.368-2346
Stings with. I like sports Online at: Shands.Org
and short outings. If you EPE/M/F/DN.
, wouldliketo-have dinner LICENSED CDL DRIVER
please call Donald at and Equip. Operator
904-964-9719. needed for local busi-
965 Help- ness. Monday Friday.
6 Celp all Ford's Land Clear-
Wanted ing, Inc at 352-468-
AVON REPS WANTED! 2338.
Need extra $ for MED/SURG NURSE man-
Schristmas or entire year. ager position available.
Good pay. Fun and ben- Establish a leadership
efis Call Maggie at 352- role in the development
473-930?, .. of. professional nursmi
LPN:S. ,RN..& QNA GS ,p cc pallcie. ,rad9 .d.
n8bde6 1oTlI`hlftf.'1br -. .irrj-ive 6u deriaro &
payt Call 866-485-4220 suppon staff Accouni-
or 904-221-3151. able for strategic pian.
NOW HIRING, construc- ning. implementation
lion helpers needed. Ap- evaluanonirevision of
ply In person at Aumho- systems to support rurs.
prized Construction Ser- ing vision & organ-za.


DAVIS: EXPRESS
INC. a refrigerated
carrier with 125 truck
fleet, operating
throughout the
southeast from their
terminal at Hwy 301
South, Starke, FL
now has openings for
the following

* Customer Service
Representative
Receptionist/Log
Clerk/Safety
Assist.
Parts/Inventory
person for shop
railer Mechanic

BCBS, 401k,
Dental, Life, Disability
Ins. Experience in
trucking industry
desirable, but not
required.

Resurpe can be
faxed to
904-964-5419,
emailed to
Diane(aDavis-
Express.com
or apply in person.
Nlo phone calls
please.
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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,


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Needed for Keystone Heights branch office.

Barker & Barker, P.A.

of Jacksonville
A Jacksonville-based Real Estate and Transactional Law Firm
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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, CQI processes,
nursing care and bud-
getary processes. Call
904-368-2346 or apply
at Shands Starke Hospi-
taj, 922 E Call St.,
Starke, Fl 32091. On line
applications at: hands
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DFWP.
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
esential. 'Knowledge of
library operations desir-
able. valid'Florida driv-
ersplicense required.
Must be a resident of .
Baker,Badfor ord or Union
Counties. part time, M-
F, 8am to 12 noon, $8.75
per hour. Occasional
Saturday hours may be
required. Apply in person
at: New River Public Li-
brary Cooperative, 110
N Lkae Ave., Lake But-e
ler, Fl 32054. EOE. Ap-
plications close on Tues-
day, November 15,
2005. i
ENTRY LEVEL- American
Access Technologies is
now accepting applica-
tions for our Keysione
Heights location. Will
rrair, Wmir grear potential
for advancement. Train
Il be a punch operator.
rrakr 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-
S4984, .
THE CITY' OF STARKE
ill1 Dbe accepting appl.-
cations lor an Animal
Control Officer This is a
coniraci position with no
City benefits. Must have
experience working with
animals. Person se-
lected for the day today
operation of the animal
shelter to include clean-
ing, feed and water. Ani-
mal Control office'will be
on call 24 hours a day, 7
days a week and will be
dispatched by the Starke
Police Department to
haroale armrral corpilaint
"c-is "r".'I' ve valid
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icen'se. Must succesfi4lly
complete ne 4o 0 hour
minimum standards
training course for Ani-
mal Conrol Officers and
obtain cenitication within


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is selling her entire Christmas displays, inside and outside, Lights, Sleds,
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Classified Ads -where one call does it all! 473-221R
., .,496-2261 ,


190 days after date of.
hire. Applications may
be picked up and re-
turned to the Bradford
Career Center located at
609 North Orange street,
Starke Fl. Applications
will be accepted thru the
close of business on Fri-
day, November 11,
2005. The City of Starke
is an EOE.
THE CITY OF STARKE Is
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
public the requirements
of Growth Management
and Land Use Catego-
ries, specific zoning dis-
tricts and determinations
ol lane uses permitted.
Maintains update of Zon
ng and land use maps
Meels and deals withn he
public ana others in situ-
atins which require tact
discretion and courtesy.
Responsible for the en-
lorcement of the Land
Development
Regualtions, Junk ve-
hicle ordinance, litter or-
dinance and sign or,.
nance This includes vis
ils to the site to deter-
mine it ilitere is a viola-
tion, contacting the per-
son or persons respon-
sible, and if necessary, .
preparing and present-
ing the code violations to
the Code Enforcement
Board. Seeks and gives
out information and in-
terpretation of policy, or
procedures Which re-
quire considerable
Knowledge of zoning
codes, regulations. etc
Performs other duties as
assig..tsu. experience in
Zoning/Code Enforce-
ment or a related field is
acceptable Applications
may be prcKed up and
returned to the Bradford
Career Center located atr
609 N Orange, St.
Starke, Fl. Applications
will be accepted thru the


close of business on Fri-
day, November 11,
2005. Teh 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, electrt-
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
training. Call Snerry at.
904-964-8851.
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ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-.
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, full
time 40 hours week. Ap-
ply in person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR 325
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
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
lor sales consultant. Po-
slion otters competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niure, 835 W Walnut St.
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
Wil De contacted. EOE.
DELIVERY/WARE-
HOUSE career opportu-
nir/. We are looking for
dependable, sell moti-
valed people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warenouse position
if you have a valid Onv-
ers license, can meet the
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than


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di'j,rTmc, fun atmosphere
that offers cornpetiive pa'/, great benefits,
promotion 1om. .vithin arid a fise-day workweek
with Sunda',s off, ,'.. could be the employer.
for you' Come Join The RentWay Family!


Account Representative


We're seeking professional, career-minded
individuals to manage our customers' rental/
purchase accounts, handle customer inquiries,
deliver mercharidise,,poublesQaot,&Unts
promote iew rentflsaind manage castnand
record keeping
Opportunities are available In Starke, FL
Get In on the ground floor of our "new"
0 store. Interested applicants, please call:
" (904) 772-0600.
We proacivel, promote inclusion in our workplace
and are an equal opponunir,' employer


To learn more abour us visit
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RENTWAY


10,000 Ibs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material Up to 100
Ibs, 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.
REGIONAL DRIVERS
NEEDEDI Lease/ own-
ership program. Home
daily Great payl 800-
252-3182.
CUSTOMER SERVICE &
production personnel
with good attendance
and punctuality records
needed. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 .N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS'
DRIVERS- Comany &
Owner Operators: Top
earnings! Guaranteed
Home-timel CDL-A w/
Hazmat. 800-362-0159.
wwwLCTransportation.com
DRIVER DEDICATED re-
gional, Coastal Trans-
port, Home every week-
end guaranteed 65%
preloadeo/prelarped.
average $818-$896
week. Part time opening
available! Jacksonville,
Fl Terminal. CDI-A re-
quired 877-428-5627.
wwwcldnvers comr
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
Drug-free workplace
S, with benelis 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:


UNDERGROUND utilities/
pipe foremen w/laborers.
Drug-free workplace
with benefits. Apply
within Andrews Paving,
Inc., 386-462-1115. Ex-
perience a must.
SURVEY PARTY CHIEF-
Drug-free workplace
with benefits., Apply
wiinin Andrews Paving.
Inc.. 386-462-1115. Ex-
perience a must.
LABORERS- Drug-free
workplace with benefits.
Apply within Andrews
Paving, Inc., 386-462-
1115.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASST
Good benefits Apply
within Andrews Paving.
Inc 386-462-1115
DFWP.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF-
to10 work witn develop-
mentally disabled inai-
viduals in group homes
in SlarKe. Requires Hign
School Diploma or GED
& Valid FL Dnvers Lic w/
good driving record. $7
per hour plus benefits.
EOE call 904-964-1468
or 904-964-8082
HELP WANTED MEDICAL
full time for dialysis cen-
ter, exp. preferred, on
the job training provided.
We offer an excellent'
benefit package Includ-
ing time off' health and
dental insurance and
401K Apply at Starke
Dialysis Center, 444
West Madison ST. 904.
964-8822
LAWN WORKER needed.
I or 2 months exp pre-
feried. but will train a re-
liable nard worker. Call
Larry at 352-473-2542.
NEED EXTRA CASH don't
want a 2nd job? With
avon set you hours,
great pay and benefits
Call Tara at 904-368-
8123.


WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 h6ur mini-
mum per week. Gator 2
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Representative Wanted.
Full-time Customer Ser-
vice Representative for
REDD Team Manufac-
turing, a Division of
Alcoa. locate in Key-
stone Heignis, FL Tne
incumbent will cooidi-
nate sales and quotes
for the Sales Team.
Must be organized, mo-
tivated, and team ori-
.ented. Must be proficient
in Microsoft Office and
Including MS Excel, MS
Word, and MS Outlook.
College degree desir-
able but not essential. 3-
5 years of experience in
customer service. Excel-
'ent verbal and commu-,
nication skills. Salary
$10.00 -$12.00/ hr.
DOE. Please fax or
e-mail resumes to
BridgetBryant@alcoa.com
or fax to 352-473-1850.
No Phone calls please.
DFWP. EEOC. Visit our
w:e b s i t e :
www.reddteam.com or
wwwaicoa corn
JOIN AS A! LABORER
become a Welder. Ma-
chine Operator. Malenal
Handier. or a Saw Op-
eratorl REDD Team
Manufacturing. a Divi.
slqn of Alcoa. located in
Keyslone Heignts. has
immediate openings for
Laborers. We oiler a
staning hourly pay rate
ofl $8 24. After a com-
pleting an iniroductory


period the newly hired
laborers can begin paid
on the job training. Upon
successfully completion
of training and testing
the Laborers can be pro-
moted to a Level 1
Welder, Level 1 Machine
Operator, Level 1 Mate-
rial Handler or a Level 1
Saw Operator. A High
School Diploma or GED
is preferred. We have an
excellent flexible ben-
efits package effective
the first date and growth
potential. Hours: 7:00
am -3:30 pm Monday
through Friday with pos-
sible overtime. A pre-
placement drug screen/
physical are required.
Candidates must pass a
background check. Ap-
ply, In person 8:00 am -
5:00 pm, 6599 State
Road 21 North, Key-
stone Heights, FL. No
phone calls. DFWP.
EEOC.
WELDERS LEVEL 3 and
Level 4 Wanted. REDD


Team Manufacturing, a
Division of Alcoa, lo-
cated in Keystone
Heights, has immediate
openings for Welder
Level 3, and Welder
Level 4. Salary: $11.07
-$12.36/ hr. A welding
test will be given to de-
termine competencyand
level. A High School Di-
ploma or GED Is pre-
ferred. We have an ex-
cellent flexible benefits
package effective the
first date and growth po-
tential. Houi's: 7:00 am -
3:30 pm Moriday through
Friday with possible
overtime. A pre-place-
ment drug screen'/physi-
cal are required. Candi-
dates must pass a back-
ground check. Apply in
person 8:00 am -5:00
pm, 6599 State Road 21
North, Keystone Heights,
FL. No phone calls.
DFWP. EEOC.
HORSE STABLE, Key-
stone area, needs some-
one with transportation to


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.


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Senior Staff Assistant needed
within Teacher Preparation
!r iAcademy. 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.lakecitvec.edu -. -
Inquiries: Human sourcee
Development
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
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help part time. Must like
to work with animals. Call
Charles James at 352-
473-2511.
FULL TIME ADMIN ASST
for vibrant United Meth-
odist Church, admin and.
people skills a must. Re-
sumes must be received
by Dec 9,2005 at FUMC,
PO Box 157, Starke, FL
32091. Salary nego-
tiable, send inquires:
firstunitedmeth@
earthlink.net.
STRUCTUAL STEEL erec-
tion foreman, excellent
pay, benefits, vehicle
provided. Call 904-707-
8262
BABYSITTER-PART
TIME, 5 yr old girl, 1:30-
5:30 In Starke. Call 352-
514-9775. ';


SEEKING A MOTIVATED
experienced profes-
sional to work for an. en-
vironmental consulting
firm. Highly organized
and detailed oriented In-
dividual needed. Must '
have experience in oral/
written communication,
good customer service
and advanced computer
skills. Must have knowl-
edge of wora, excel and
acrooat are essential
Pleasant work environ-
ment. Competitive pay
for reliable person witn
good work history.
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resume to: AASI, 106
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LAKE CITY
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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.
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
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Certified w/2 yrs exp or 5 yrs total exp in
SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, GTAW & pipe
joint welding
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Certified HVAC technician w/2 yrs exp or
completion of HVAC training
& 4 yrs exp.
Contact Dennis Tarkington
(386) 754-4230 or
tarkingtond@lakecitycc.edu
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required. Application available on the
web at: www.Iakecitycc.edu
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Douglas

McRae and Douglas have
gulfside wedding ceremony


Rened McRae of Keystone
Heights and Ed Douglas of
Starke were ,married in a
gulfside ceremony at Cedar
Key on Aug. 13, 2005.
Freddie Davis performed the
sunset ceremony which had a.
tropical theme.
The bride wore a white
cotton summer dress. Maid of
honor Kristina Nappy wore a
lime green sundress while
bridesmaid Jennifer McRae
wore a white sundress accented
with tropical flowers. Flower.
girls Dajah and Jadah
Donaldson wore white-


sundresses with coral and lime
green accents.
The groom wore white linen
pants and a white shirt. Best
man was Blake McRae and
ringbearer was Koko Douglas.
A reception was held
gulfside following the
ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Cobina Sills of Cedar Key.
The groom is the son of Eddie,
Douglas and Marion Sellers,
both of Starke.
After a honeymoon trip to
Tennessee, the couple resides
in Keystone Heights.


The groom-elect, is a 2000
graduate of'Bradford County
High School. He earned an
associate of arts degree in 2002
.from. Santa.- Fe Community


Aaron Keith Tetstone and
Kaci Nicole Anderson

Anderson and
Tetstone to
wed Nov. 19
Danny and Denise Anderson
',f Lake Butler announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Kaci Nicole
Anderson, to Aaron Keith
Tetstone, son of Keith and Joy
Tetstone of Starke.
The bride-elect is a 2001
graduate of Union County
High School (UCHS). She
graduated from Santa Fe
Community College with an
associate of applied science in
dental hygiene in April 2005.
She is employed by Dr. George
Weeks inT-acclenhy.


Sifphysical educiti6n in April
2005 from the University of
North Florida. He works at
UCHS where he teaches and
coaches football.
The bride- and groom-elect
are both members of Madison
Street Baptist Church.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, at
4 p.m.. in Madison Street
Baptist Church. ?
Family and friends are
invited.

Fire victim's
family needs,
assistance
The family of John
McCauley, who died in a
house fire Oct. 30. is in need of
items to help restore order to
their lives. Ceremonial
Fireworks near Lawtey has
donated some linens and
clothing and is asking other
community members to provide
assistance as well.
Donations of clothing and
household items, or money, can.
be dropped off at Ceremonial
Fireworks on U.S. 301 north of
Starke or at the Micanopy
branch on S.R. 234.
All donations will be passed
on to the family.


Butler-
Calloway to
wed Nov. 26
Brenda Butler of Lawtey and
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Butler Jr. ol
Gainesville announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Charisma LaShaur
Butler-Calloway of Lawtey, to
Martea Calloway, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Martea Calloway ol
Crawfordville.
The wedding will be held-at
Mt. Pisgah AME Church of
Starke on Saturday, Nov. 26,
2005, at 3 p.m. The reception
will follow immediately at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
on U.S. 301.
The bride-elect graduated
from Bradford High School
and Santa Fe Community
College and is employed at
Bradford Preschool.
The groom-elect is owner of
Charisma's Car. Care in
Lawtey.
Family and friends are
invited.

I IRTHS


Mattox Kevin
Burgin
Shaun and Katie Burgin of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Mattox Kevin
Burgin, on Oct. 20, 2005, in
Gainesville;.
.Mattox weighed 7 pounds, 6
ounces and measured 19 inch-
esin length.
Maternal grandparents are
Tim and Pat Meek of Melrose.
Paternal grandparents are Billy
and Brenda Burgin of Raiford.

Visit library
for Children's
Book Week..
November brings Children's
Book Week, a time to focus on
reading as an essential skill in
today's society and just, as
.important today as itever was.
First observed "in 1919;
Children's Book Week
connects young people to
authors, illustrators and books
in schools, public libraries,
homes and bookstores.
Parents and caring adults are
encouraged to help young
people discover the complexity
of the world beyond their own
experience through books.
Children's Book Week is
observed this year during the
week of Nov. 14-20. This may
be one week for formal
recognition, but your public
library wants children to keep
reading year round. .
Visit your public library.
Staff there will be happy to
assist you in finding many
good books for children of all
ages.

Quilt show to
be held
Everyone is invited to the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Quilt
show, set Tuesday, Nov. 15, at
7:30 p.m. in the quilting room
at the Family Service Center
located on the comer of Orange
and West Weldon streets in
Starke.
Former students of instructor
Minnie Redding are invited to
come at 6:30 and display a


quilt, made during quilting
classes. For more information,
call (904) 966-6764.


Bradford Lodge No. 35 F&AM, at
the corner of Orange and Call
streets, in Starke has slated commu-
nicationson the second and fourth
Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m.
and a covered dish dinner on the
second Monday at 6:30 p.m.


Mae Baumgarner


Local woman
celebrates
100 years
: Mae .Nrphy Baumgarner of
Starke will be celebrating her
100th.birthda) on Wednesday,
Nov. 16.
Born in 1905, she is
currently resident of Bradford
Terrace Care Center in Starke.
Mrs. Baumnigarner is retired
from Sunland Training Center
in Gainesville.
She was an active member of
Johnstown Baptist Church in
Lake Butler 'for most of her,
life. She recently said her
greatest accomplishment was
raising seven children and
assisting with the care of her
numerous grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.
She loves to sing and
although she is now confined
to a wheelchair, her family'
members said that she
continues to wheel around.the
care center singing to the other
residents. She also loves to
sew.
Morning Star Lodge #26 of
Starke urges all members and past
members to attend on the first and
fourth Monday evenings at 7. The
lodge is at 709 E. Brownlee St. in
Starke. Call 904-964-8474.


Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer opportuni-
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. -, --'' Continued from p. 7B
of each year, they have a
reunion in Kissimmee. At 82,
Mobley is called the "baby of
the bunch."
,Even with his injuries he
i' .^ mwould'still highly recommend


the paratroopers, even above
the Marines and otherunits., ..
Mobley received., p Purplqe
Heart, a Rifleman's Badge, a,
Bronze Star and other good
conduct badges during WWII.
A special detailing his story
..and-the-lOlst Airborne will-be"
aired on the History Channehl
on Sunday, Dec. 18.


.


The puppets, placed
in shadow boxes, can
be viewed at the
Andrews Center.


Rod puppets
on display at
Andrews
Center
Examples of an interesting
and unusual folk art form are
currently on dispPa) at the
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center on the corner
of U.S. 301 and Call Street in
Starke. They are called
Javanese rod puppets from
Indonesia.
The Republic of Indonesia is
located in the Malay
Archipelago. which is the
-world's largest archipelago. The
Mala. Archipelago refers to the
vast group of islands located
between mainland Southeast
Asia (Indochina) and Australia.
These islands constitute the
territorN of Indonesia, the
Philippines. Brunei. the
-Malaysian states of Saraw'ak
and Sabah along with the
Federal Territor) of Labuan,
East Timor and Papua New
Guinea.
Location has made Indonesia
a center of cross-cultural
exchanges for centuries. The
religions of Hinduism and
Buddhism and related artistic
expressions came through
India. Later the ideas of Islam
came over from Arabia.
European influence, from the
16th Century on. came
primarily from the Dutch,
- .Spanish and Portuguese. These
external influences combined
with native traditions to create
a rich artistic and cultural
tradition within the Indonesian
cultures.
Throughout its long and
complex history. Indonesia has
developed many remarkable
artistic traditions. One of the
most. famous of the folk
traditions, is that of puppetry.
Puppetry in Indonesia can be
viewed as both a performance
art and a % isual art in terms of
the' puppets themselhes,,Puppet
theatre, called Wayang, exists
in three main traditions:
wayang kulit (shadow
-puppets). wayang golek
(wooden rod puppets) and
wayang klitik (flat wooden
puppets). Wayang literally
means shadow or ghost. Our
exhibit focuses on the wayang
golek. the wooden rod puppets.
Wayang golek puppets are
gracefully carved from wood
Sand then painted in bright
symbolic colors. They are then
clothed in printed fabric. Real
jewelry. set with glass stones,
is added to the assemblage. The
style of the puppets %aries by
region as well as by the stories
which they will enact.
Puppet making is a
traditional family skill passed
down from generation to
generation. The master puppet
maker is responsible for
making the head, as it is key to
the personality of the puppet. It
s not uncommon for religious
Ceremonies or offerings to be
made by the puppet maker as
he creates a deity or demon
puppet.
SWay ang golek are used to
tell stories based on traditional
myths. historic events and
religious writings. The most
frequently performed narratives
are based on the Hindu epics of
the Arjuna Sasra Bahu and
Rama.ana cycles, which
concern the affairs of the noble
Rama himself and his
ancestors
SFavorite stories include
Rama's marriage'to Sinta, their
banishment to the forest
together with his brother ,
Laksmana, Sinta's abduction by
the monster king Rahwana, and
her subsequent rescue w ith the
aid of the monkey king.
Visit the Andrews Center
and take at a look at this "
interesting art form.


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Mobley worked at Huckings have been dead over a year hIep y U IforI Additionally, Lions Club
Yacht, as a crossing guard.at ago," he said. Tykes members will be handing out"
Southside and Bradford Mobley and his wife have a those certificates from 5-9 p.m.
Middle School and Jones total of nine children from Pizza Hut is once again each Wednesday and
Funeral Home. previous marriages and 82 helping the Starke Lions Club providing fun activities forZ
*A couple of years ago, he grandchildren and great- raise money for the annual children like face painting andS
married his 'wife, Clara. grandchildren. He also says Toys for Tykes giveaway by balloon giveaways. Come ouv,
Mobley told her, "You might Gene and Faye Murphy are donating 10 percent of its to enjoy a fun-filled family:-
-be marrying, a dead man," "very dear friends"-of the .Wednesday sales to the cause. evening and help out less--
because he was so ill at the family. Certificates to dedicate 10 fortunate families. in the-
time. Clara stuck by him Mobley has been a member percent of your bill to Toys for community at the same time. -
anyway' of Bible Baptist Church, but Tykes lfre available at Pizza --For more ways to help out-
Mobley got down on his 80- now is a member of Evergreen Hut irr Starke and will' be Toys for Tykes, contact. Ljons_
year-old knee and proposed to Baptist. He tries to attend both honored- .al.- day -each Cluib President Angel Hill at,
Clara- at.--Laredo's.' The when he can. Wednesday through Nov. 23. (904) 964-7574.
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Section C: Thursday, November 10; 2005 Telegraph Times Monitor


Hunters using dogs on private lands must register


This year, hunters
dogs to pursue deer on
lands in Florida must r
for .the 2005-06 h
season.
This new statewide, r
registration program
mandatory during any
deer-hunting season
.taking deer with dc
permitted. The rule
applies during the de
training season, which
concluded in most of the
The deer-dog hunting
(general gun) on private
runs Nov. 12-Jan. 22
Central Zone, which in
Bradford, Clay and
counties. The season
South Zone has already
and runs through Jan.
season in the Northwes
is Nov. 24-27 and De
Feb. 15.
Hunting clubs, land
or anyone wishing to hu
with dogs on a particles
of land can registt
completing an applic
available from all re
Florida Fish and W
Conservation Comm
(FWC), offices an
MyFWC.com/hunting
.applicant may be
landowner or, a
representing a group (i
club) leasing the lar
hunting.
Proof of land
permission or a copr
written n lease agreement
accompany) the appli
along %ith a general n
the property) sho ing bo
lines and legal descriptio
After processing


Starke Rec.
Dept. is now
registering f
basketball
Registration is curr
under way for the
Recreation Department's
basketball program,
starts its season on Mo
Dec. 5.
. Players may register th
Wednesday., No\. 30, fc
program, %which is divide
four leagues by.age group
7. 8-10. 11-13 and
determining date for a
Dec. 5).
Games are played upset
the old armory and their
be clinics for each age
prior, to the siart of the s
on Tuesday. 'Nov. 29,
Thursday, Dec. I. The
clinics .will be 2:45-3:15
foltowed- by the 8-10 clin
3:15-3:45 p.m., the-'
clinics at 3:45-4:15 p.m
the,14-17 clinics at 4:15
p.m." '
* Two games will be p
each %week of the season,
on Monday. Tuesday
Thursday. No games w
scheduled during sc
holidays. Schedules and
information can be obtain
Dec. 1.
Players must wear
with rubber soles,.
recreation department
provide pennies to wear d
games. T-shirts will n(
ordered.
The fee for participate
$10, which must be pa
Nov. 30.
For more informa
please call the S
Recreation Departmen
(904) 964-6792:


FWC spring
turkey quot
hunt apps
now availab
Hunters looking to do
turkey hunting on Floi
wildlife management
during the 2006 spring t
season need to apply for
hunt permits.
Q'uota hunt pC
worksheets are available
Florida Fish and Wi
Conservation Commiss
(FWC) Web site
MyFWC.com/hunting
"Quota Hunts." Works
also are available at count
collectors' offices and
FWC regional offices.
Spring turkey quota.
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using
private
register
hunting
no-cost
m is


application, the FWC will
issue the applicant a unique
registration number, and that
number must be affixed to the
Dollars of all dogs used to
pursue deer on that registered


property. Where a group or
hunting club is hunting the
.same- tract of land, one
registration number will be
issued for all dogs used on that
property or hunting lease.


Any individual engaged in
hunting'or training deer-dogs
on private lands must.possess a
copy of their registration while
doing so and must not allow
their dogs off the registered


property, whether intentionally
or negligently.,
This new rule- doesniot apply-
for hunting or training deer
.dogs on public lands and
wildlife management areas.


For more information of|-
how to register for deer-dog|
- hunting on private lands or ti'
Follow r i "-- te-registoraio
process, call (850) 488-3641 or
visit MyFWC.com/hunting. ,


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Abby Johns, a K-4
- student, receives a little
help from Kelly Thomas
in getting her costume
topped off with a chef's
hat.


First-grader Garrett Thornton may be too young for a
driver's license, but he looks comfortable enough in
this big truck."


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Sports and a whole lot more


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
You may not consider
n', il f to be an athletic
person, or none of your
child cit may play team sports.
Still, that does not mean
Starke'\ Sporting Chance does
not have something to offer
you, Just give it, well, a
sporting chance. I
"It's just so varied what we
do," said owner Carolyn
Carver. "I realized right .after
we opened the store, 'OK,
we're not going to make a
living just doing sports things.'
That's not going to be enough
in a town this size."
Embroidery machines,
operated by Carver's sister,
Kathy Tedder, can personalize
any item. The same goes for a
relatively new laser engraving
machine Carver purchased,
which will work on just about
any type of material, whether
it's wood, glass, acrylic,
crystal or quartz.
"It's evolved from just
sports," Carver said of the 15-
year-old business.
It has also been an evolution
for both Carver and Tedder.
Carver admits she didn't even
know how to push a button on
a cash register when she
purchased P.J.'s Sports and


Carolyn Carver opened Sporting Chance 15 years
ago, but there is more to the store than just sports.


transformed it into Sporting
Chance. Tedder, a seamstress,
had never even seen an
embroidery machine prior to
working at Sporting Chance.
Carver.. worked previously
for Container Corporation,


which was a "wonderful" job,
she said. However, a:decision
was made to move her office
to Summerville, Ga. Carver
said she was not at a point in
her life when she could make
that move.


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What she did was accept an
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located off of U.S. 301 just
south of town. Carver said
since 'her husband, Warren,
had a good job with a good
salary at the time, she decided
to buy the store, which was.
then renamed and moved to its
current location-in the strip
mall off of S.R. 100 adjacent
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CARVER
Continued from p. 3C

"I could afford to open this
|__ And_L-not-make--any"noney7"
Carolyn Carver said. "I could
afford to do that for a couple
of years."
Tedder began working at
Sporting Chance in 1992
simply because her sister asked
her to.
"I wouldn't have done it if
not for her wanting me to,"
Tedder said.
"Tedder said she bought her
first embroidery machine,
used, from somebody in
California.
"When they shipped it to
me, I had to call (the previous
owner) on the telephone and
ask her to talk me through
threading it," Tedder.said.
Tedder soon found out how
popular embroidery is. She
visited a woman in. Ocala who
.told Tedder the story of how
people were lining up outside
her. embroidery business
before it was even open. The
woman said she told those
waiting that she was not open
yet and she did not even know
how to operate her embroidery
machines yet.
That did not matter to those
waiting, however. They still
wanted to leave their items so
they could be "first in line."
The woman told Tedder she
has never caught up with the
workload' since she opened.
Tedder thought the woman
was exaggerating at first, but
now admits she was telling the
truth.
"I have never ever gone
home with all my work done,"
Tedder said.-
Tedder has more than
50,000 stock designs at her
disposal and more than 150
fonts for monagrams. She said
it's probably one of the largest
collections in the 'area, which
is a necessity because of the
diverse work she does. Yes,
Tedder works on T-shirts and
caps for ball teams, but she
also works on apparel for
churches and various
businesses.
Carver recalls a large
-job---2,b' -l00.t00T for denim
embroidered shirts-the
business did because of her
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Chance is also behind-the T-
shirts worn by waitresses and
busboys at Western Steer
Family Steakhouse and has
also embroidered lab coats for
Shands Starke employees.
The largest printing job the
business has done-10,000
duffle bags-was for the
Mianii-D ade Transit
Authority.
With the recent addition 'of
the laser engraving machine,
Carver said Ihe jobs her
business can do are limited
only by her .imagination. She
said she wants to make good
use of -the machine this
Christmas, engraving gifts and
personalizing ornaments, for
example:
Of course Sporting Chance
still produces items for sports
teams, whether they be
uniforms or end-of-the-season
trophies. Spring is an


Kathy Tedder prepares to start an embroidery job at Sporting Chance. Tedder has
worked there since 1992 at the request of her sister, store owner Carolyn Carver.


especially busy .time of the
year because the business fills
orders for 125-175 T-ball 'and
all-star teams in Bradford
County, Union County,
Keystone Heights, Waldo,
Middleburg, Jacksonville and
Orange Park.
"This year, Orange Park
Argyle. had a T-ball
tournament at the end of the
season," Carver said. "They
had 80-some-odd teams in
their .tournament and we did
trophies for that. Every child in
the tournament got a trophy."
It takes the help of others to
pull off such a job, as. well as
everything else the store does.
Besides Tedder, Carver is,
joined at the store by ,her
husband, who is now retired,
Courtney Cummings, Brenda
Jones, Lisa Paladinop and
David Reynolds. Carver also
wanted to mention Carol,


Smith, who did work at the
store until just recently, and
her aunt, Beverly Tyrrell, who
comes from Jacksonuille to
help,out when things are really
busy.
Carver has also received
help from those in the
community.
"I've had baseball moms
come in here at 6:00 at night
and. help make uniforms,"
Carver said.
A few years ago, Sunday
Elasik saw how busy -Carver
was and she helped out at the
store for a week.
It's that type of behavior that
makes Starke a great town,
Carver said.
"You're not going to be
stranded d on the side of the road
longer than five minutes,"
Carver said. "Somebody's
going to stop. If you need help,
you're going to get it."


Sporting Chance has given
Carver a chance to meet even
more of those helpful people in
Starke. That has been the
,biggest surprise for her in her
15 years as owner of Sporting
Chance.
''Since I've lived here since I
was 12, I thought I knew a lot
of people," Carver said. "There
were so many people'who I
didn't know who would come
in here and they've turned into
friends."

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FWC's Total Licensing
System (TLS). Applications
are no longer accepted by mail.
You may apply via Internet at
wildlifelicense.com or turn in
your completed worksheet to
any tax collector or license
agent, and they will submit it
for you.
Applicants must apply by
11:59 p.m. (EDT) Nov. 11 to
be included in one of two
random drawings. All
applicants, regardless of when
they apply, have the same
chance of being selected as
long as they are turned %in
within the application period.
Hunters, who were included
in the random drawing last year
and not issued a quota hunt
permit, will be included in this
year's first drawing, known as
the preference drawing.
"When you submit your
application, there is no need to
attach any rejection notice
received last year to be
included in this drawing. The
TLS knows who was rejected
last year and who is eligible
this year." said Eddie White,


FWC's quota hunt coordinator.
"When you submit your
application, you will receive a
receipt showing the hunts you
have applied for and youi
preference status. If you are
eligible for the preference
drawing, your receipt will
indicate 'Preference: Yes.'
Those not eligible for the
preference drawing will be
included in the second
drawing."
Applicants will receive, by
mail, either a spring turkey
quota hunt permit or a rejection
notice prior to the beginning of
Phase 2 of the selection
process, on Dec. 14. Rejected
applicants will 'be eligible for
the preference drawing the
following year and may reapply
in Phase 2 for any hunts that
were not filled during the
random drawings.
Hunters also may apply as a
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group leader must apply first,
and the group's number will be
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Motivate Tigers close regular season with road win


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On Friday night, the Union
County Tigers traveled to
Rutherford High School in
Springfield with nothing on the
line.
The team's win against P.K.
Yonge two weeks earlier had
.guaranteed them a playoff
berth. Their loss to Ocala
Trinity Catholic last week left
them as the District 4-2B,
runner-up. The only thing
really on the line was 'the
difference between a 6-3 and a
5-4 regular season record.
With nothing hanging in the
balance, some teams might
find it hard to find motivation
for a meaningless, game, but
not this Tiger team..
According to senior running
back C.J. Spiller, the Tigers'
offensive unit met Wednesday
and found the motivation it
needed. The team decided it
wanted to honor its head
coach, Buddy Nobles, with not
only a win, but a show.


The Tigers did just that with
their 50-34 victory.
"We wanted to do
something for coach Nobles
because we feel he's had to
deal. with lots of stuff this
year," Spiller said.
Individually, Spiller's
contribution was tremendous.
The.Division I prospect carried
the ball nine times .for 352
yards and five touchdowns. It
was the most yardage gained
and touchdowns scored in a
game this season for Spiller.
'The rushing performance
helped him eclipse the 1,500-
yard mark for the second
straight season.
While Spiller was putting on
a .rushing clinic on .the
offensive side of the ball,
several of the Tigers'
defensive players were taking
the Rams to school. Seniors
Kevin Alexander and Willie
Oliver had the Rams'
quarterback scrambling all
night. The Tigers' pass rush.
collapsed. the pocket on a
consistent basis.
One Union player who


showed up on both defense
'and special teams was senior
Brendan Odom. Along with
his linebacking duties, Odom
returned some kickoffs and
punts. While not a speedster,
he made his way through
several tackles to give the
Tigers excellent field position.
The contest began with the
Tigers winning, the coin toss
and deferring their option to
the second half. Rutherford (2-
8) went three-and-out on its
first series' when Odom
dropped the Rams' running
back on a third-and-3 play.
Union, after receiving the
punt at its own 21-yard line,
came out with a surprise. The
offense, lead by junior
quarterback Austei- Roberts,
worked out of the shotgun
formation from the very first
snap. An even bigger twist was
,thrown in by Nobles when the
offense then went with no
huddle as well.
Roberts hit senior tight end
Kasey. Nobles for 19 yards on
the Tigers' first play from-
scrimmage. The Tigers would


continue to work out of the
shotgun set until Roberts was
intercepted.
On the Rams' next series,
they got their offensive unit
moving. They marched down
the field with several third-
and fourth-down conversions.
It appeared the Rams would be
the first to score, but Union's
*Aaron Dukes made a tackle on
fourth-and-2 from the Union
26-yard line to force a tunrover
on downs.
Spiller put the Tigers on the
board first on the next play
when he took a double handoff
77 yards for. a touchdown.
Junior Sylvester Fernandez de
Castro would add the extra
point to give the Tigers a 7-0
lead. It would be a lead they,
would relinquish only once.
The teams exchanged scores
throughout the first half. The
Rams answered Union's score
five plays later when the
Rutherford quarterback
connected with his receiver on
a fade route. A missedJextra
point left the Tiger s with a :7-6,
lead
After both teams had three-
and-out possessions, it


in for a long night. Spiller
fumbled at his own 28-yard
line and the loose ball was
picked up by the Rams and
returned for a. score. The
successful two-point
conversion gave the Rams a
14-7 lead.
Spiller lost the handle on the
ball again on the Tigers' next
series, but instead of the Rams
recovering it, the ball bounced
right back into Spiller's hands.
He promptly traveled 67 yards
for the Tigers' second score.
Coach Nobles decided to go
for two and Oliver plowed a
hole that Spiller shot through,
giving the Tigers a 15-14 lead.
Spiller later added a 64-yard
touchdown run to give the
Tigers a 21-14 halftime lead "
Spiller would begin the
second half right where he left
off in the first. Four plays, into
the Tigers' opening drive of
the half, Spiller went 40 yards
to paydirt. The extra point
gase the Tigers a 28-14 lead'.
Roberts would then add to
the Tigers lead after the Union
defense stripped the a
Rutherford running back and


Odom returned the fumble 40
yards. Roberts hooked up with
Kasey Nobles for a .1.6-yard
touchdown pass.
The. thlree-touchdown lead
put the Tigers in control of the
contest. While the Rams would.
answer with scores of their
own, the Tigers would add a
few more of their own as well.
Spiller went 85 yards for a
touchdown and the Union
defense added two points by
recording a safety. .
In the Tigers' final offensive
series, they showed they could
be a ball-controlling offense.
They took more .than four
.minutes off the clock in 11
plays, driving down the field
toward junior Josh Mitchell's
eventual 16-yard touchdown
.scamper. That score gave the
Tigers a 50-27 lead. .
The Rams, not rolling over,
put together a drive of their
owvn RuItherford scored on the
last play of the game to cut the
final margin to 16 points.
Overall, the Tigers had 27
carries for 417 yards. They
also managed 100 yards
through the air.


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Tigers travel to play


Conquerors in first round CHEVROLEI

B -CLIFS-,---- points per game. In a 38-35 346 yards, including 267 oq
By CLIFF SMELLEY loss to St. Petersburg Catholic, the ground. P.K. Yonge had,
Telegraph Staff Writer Kevin: Albers returned an touchdown runs of 12, 47, 50 t


:If you're a fan of watching
powerful rushing attacks, then
the Region 2-2B semifinal
game between the Union.
County Tigers and the Trinity
Christian Conquerors Friday,
.No'.. II, at 7-30 p.m. in
Jack-onville should be your
cup of tea.
Every one who follows
ixth-ranked Union knows all
about the Tigers' ground
game, which is led by senior
running back C.J. Spiller. who
has 1,552 ards and 25
touchdowns. The Tigers, as a
team,'have rushed for 2.,642
yards for an average of 294
yards per game.
Trinity Christian (6-3),enters
Friday's game-having rushed
for 2,742 yards"' this
season-an average of 305
yards per game.
The Conquerors are led by a
pair of sophomore backs:
Mloniel Harris and Jamie
* Harper. Harper has 1,027 yards
and 13 touchdowns on 108
carries, while Harper has 629
yards and seven touchdowns
on 59 carries. The duo
Combined for 231 yards on 15
carries in Triniut's 42-12 win
over Evangel Christian last
week.
Trinity has used as many as
Seen running backs in a game
a 40-15 win over Florida
High). including Antonio
Lenton, another sophomore. -:
Quarterback Ray Jackson
ha< not passed much this year
as the Conquerors have only
305 passing yards in nine
games.
Despite being one
dimensional, the Conquerors
are averaging 31 points per
game.
Some of those points have
come from a defensive unit
that returns eight starters from
last year and is giving up 14


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P.K. Yonge is the one
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The Conquerors rushed' for 255
yards against the Blue Wave.,
led by Harris' 152 yards.
Harris had a 68-yard
touchdown run, but the Trinity
offense turned the ball over
five times.
Defensively, the Conquerors
allowed P.K. Yonge to gaini
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yards passing. The Blue Wave
scored-touchdowns..on a 56-
yard run ana a 90-yard pass
play. as well as adding a 40-
yard field goal.
Union defeated P.K. Yonge
34-26. The Tigers rushed for
283 yards. led by Spiller, who
scored touchdowns on runs of
I and 45 yards. Josh Mitchell
added a 41-yard touchdown
'run. "
'The Union defense gave up


and 67 yards.
Special teams provided a
boost for the Tigers in that win
as Spiller returned a kickoff 99
yards for a touchdown and
Rodencia Austin returned a
punt 53 yards for a score.
Trinity has played just two
teams this year with losing
records: fellow District' 3
opponents Baldwin (2-7) and
Episcopal (4-6). The
Conquerors went undefeated in
their district, defeating
Baldwin 38-0, Episcopal 32-
10, Florida High 40-15 and
Hamilton County 42-6.
The Conquerors went 6-5
last year, losing 36-20 to
.Blountstown. in a state
semifinal game
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Trinitflyas ih-"2000, with.tie
Conquerors winning 42-0. The
Conquerors, who were ranked
second in the state at the time
of that matchup, scored 35
points in the first quarter. .
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Nobles is seeking his sixth
playoff win. The Tigers are 5-2
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Indians defeat Hawthorne 22-6 for


By ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer

Hawthorne was literally run
over by Michael Williams, Wil
Breton and Greg Taylor as the


Keystone Heights Indians
flattened the visiting Hornets
for a 22-6 homecoming win on
Nov. 4.
This final victory brought
the playoff-bound Indians'
record to 7-3, matching last


year's mark.
Staying mostly on the
ground-quarterback Blake
Lott attempted only 6
passes--Keystone relied on
their running back troika of
Breton, Williams and Taylor to


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despite the nimble-footed
efforts of quarterback Jeremy
Dixon and several razzle-
dazzle reverse plays,
smothered by the Indians'
defense. Meanwhile, huge
chunks, of ground grabbed by
the Hornets on big plays
turned to little more than sand
Strickling though their fingers
as the Keystone defense
defiantly dug in .and denied
them the end zone.
The Hornets (5-5) caught the
Indians by surprise with their
second play from scrimmage, a
halfback option pass,, with
Charlie Cook connecting with
receiver Julious Scott for 58
yards down to the Keystone
17. But, as would happen
repeatedly throughout the
-contest, the Indians' defense
stubbornly stonewalled ,much
more progress.
Apparently lacking a reliable
placekicker, the Hornets went
for it pn fourth-and-7 and were
stopped.
The Indians then
commenced an 87-yard
touchdown' drive, helped a
great deal of the way by a 32-
yard scamper by Taylor.
Breton carried the ball the last
15 yards to paydirt at the 4:45
mark of the first quarter. A
pass from Lott to, Breton
successfully completed the
twb-point conversion and put
Keystone up 8-0.
On the next possession, the
Hornets again drove deep into
Keystone territory, from their


By ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Staff Writer

On Friday. Nov. 11, the
Keystone Heights Indians will
be traveling to Bushnell to face
the South Sumter Raiders in a
Region 2-2A semifinal game at
":30 p.m.
Keystone is making their
first playoff appearance since'
1998. The Raiders, however,
are making their ninth straight
playoff appearance.
The Raiders lost their first
game of the season to East
Ridge, currently the top-ranked
team in Class 6A, by one,
point. They have since gone on
to win the rest -of their games
to bring a 9-1 record into
Friday's game.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson called the Raiders
"a well-coached, very talented
team."
South Sumter, which is the



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Walker

advances

to state

SBy CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer .
Kestone Heights Jr.-Sr;. .
High" Schrol eighth-grader
Mar'garet 'Walker his earned"a
berth in the Class 2A Florida
High School Athletic
Association Finals after her
performance at the Region 2
cross country finals on Nov. 5
in Lecanto.
The top 15 runners at the
state's various regional meets
ad% ance to the FHSAA Finals.
Walker placed 15B' out of 86
runners with a, time' of.
21:32.10, finishing ahead of
Bishop Moore's Monica Lugo,
'%who had a time of 21:36.62.
Key stone's girls' 'team as a:
% whole competed at the regional
meet, but none of the other
runners ltiallfied for the state
meet. The Indians' next-
highest finisher was Liz
Wheeler. who was .43'.with a .
time of 23:15.86. 'Juiie Rund
placed 50""' with a .time.. of
23:49.69.
Also competing for-
Keystone were Jordyn Davis
(25:07.67), Rachel Fonvielle
(28:03.44) and. Stephanie
Hoffman (36:52.21).
Lake- Highland Prep's
Jessica Prendergast won the
Region 2 championship with a.
time of 19:44,77, while
Astronaut's Devin Spoerle was
runrier-up with a time of
19.51.01.
Bishop Moore won the team
championship and Astronaut

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fifth-ranked team in the state,
has defeated opponents this
year by an average score of 46-
11. The Raiders have really
been in just three close games:
the loss to East Ridge and wins
over Lake Highland Prep and
Fort Meade, the third-ranked
team in Class A.
The Raiders defeated Lake
Highland 'Prep 35-24, but
trailed by three points late in
the game. Lake'Highland was
actually driving for another
score with the ball at the South
Sumter 4-yadr line before
failing to convert on a fourth-
down play.
Three plays later, South
Sumter. quarterback Jarrod
Fleming connected with Tony
Smith for.a 77-) ard touchdown
pass to put the Raiders ahead.
Against Fort Meade, the
Raiders scored both of their
touchdowns in the first half en
route to a 14-10 win. Carlos
Everett, the brother of
University of Florida
linebacker Earl Everett, had
both scores, including one on
an interception return.
South Sumter's offense,
which has 11 returning seniors,
is led by Fleming, a senior
who passed for 1,540 yards
last year, and fellow senior


Everett, who had 24 receptions
for 456 yards and eight
touchdowns last season.
Fleming and Everett had one
game-a42-8 win over
Citrus-in which they hooked
up for touchdowns of 34, 60
and 66 yards. Everett also had
two touchdown receptions in a
63-6 win over Mount Dora and'
three touchdowns in a 56-14
win over Umatilla.
Other offensive players to
keep an eye on are fullback,
Richard Kelly and receiver
Tony Smith.
Defensively, the Raiders are
obviously good at holding their
opponents out of the end zone
(only three opponents 'have
scored more than 14 points).
They are also good at forcing
turnovers and creating scoring
opportunities. In the win over,
Mount Dora, the' defense
scored twice and the Raiders
came up with four
intereceptions in the win' over
Umatilla. ,::
In a 49-0 win o\er Crystal
River, Fleming returned a.
fumble 63 yards for a score
and defensive back Tratis
Hutcheson recovered two
fumbles, returning one 40
yards for a touchdown.
(Staff writer Cliff Smelley
contributed to this story.)


homecoming

own 19 to Keysto,' 16. The the contest car
highlight of the drive was a 34- in the gar
yard run by Cook, but again connected wi
the drive hit a brick wall called 18-yard touch
the Keystone defense, and the was the culm
Hornets went out on downs. yard drive tha
Keystone's next touchdown yard recepti<
came with 1:48 remaining in Maurice Cook
the second quarter when run by Charlie
Williams culminated a 65-yard Dickinson
drive by carrying the ball 25 offensive line
yards into the end zone, blocked, allc
increasing Keystone's lead to running backs
15-0., running roe
Keystone head coach Chuck complimented
Dickinson said Williams "ran the way in wh
his best game of the season." and shut do'
Keystone took a 22-0 lead when 'they w
with '3:13 left in the third range.
quarter when a 60-yard drive, The only
featuring hard-nosed running sounded by E
by Daniel Crapse, Breton and how the team
Williams, ended with the latter foot with pen
taking it in from the 2-yard on one drive
line. otherwise res
Hawthorne's only score of score.


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ne as Dixon
th Scott for an
down pass. This
nation of a 98-
it featured a 26-
on by receiver
and an 18-yard
Cook.
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owing Keystone
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om. He also:
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wn the Hornets,
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)ickinson was on
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Tornadoes can't dig out of an early hole, lose 41-28


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Several first-half scoring
opportunities were wasted and
the secondary was victimized
by Sebring wide receiver Sam
Robinson as the Bradford
Tornadoes ended their season
with a 41-28 loss to the host
Blue Streaks on Nov. 4.
Bradford (3-6) scored on its
first play from scrimmage
when running back James
Jamison broke free for a 70-
yard touchdown run, 'but the
score was nullified by a
penalty. That pretty much
summed up the first half for
the Tornadoes, who also failed
to score on two trips inside the
Sebring 15-yard line.
Meanwh-ile, Robinson
caught six passes for 186 yards
and three touchdowns to stake
Sebring .(4-6) to a 24-0
halftime lead. Robinson scored


on receptions of 8, 48 and 38
yards.
The Tornadoes' offense
finally showed some life late,
scoring three touchdowns in
the fourth quarter and pulling
to within 14 points at one
point.
. Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said the uneven play
by the Tornadoes was typical
of the how the season went-a
.season that Bankston was
ready to put behind him.
"It's been up and down all
year," Bankston said. "We
finally put a close to a season
where we arguably lost one of
the best athletes ever to strap
up in Bradford,County and that
was (quarterback) Chris Smith
(who died during the summer),
*but I'm-proud of these kids for
coming back out 'and
participating all year."
Bankston was proud of the
effort put forth by the players,
in the second half. He was also


pleased to see some of the
team's younger players
contribute, such as quarterback
Antwan Brown, who had two
. touchdown passes in the fourth
quarter
"We just kept plugging
away," Bankston said.
"Unfortunately, we dug
ourselves such a big hole. It
was hard to come back, but we
had some positive things go on
and some young kids made
some plays. I was very pleased
with that. We've just got to
build on that."
Bradford did not appear as if
was going to score on its,
opening possession of the
second half when a long pass
by J.R. Petteway was tipped
away from intended receiver
Jamison on a third-and-10
play. However, Shauntell
Carter hauled in the deflection
and carried it to the Sebring 4-
yard line for a 60-yard gain.
That set up Dejor Hill's I-yard


touchdown run with 8:47 to
play in the third quarter.
Sebring came right back
when quarterback Chris
Welborn tossed his third
touchdown of the game to cap
a five-play, 57-yard drive.
The Blue Streaks looked to
increase their 31-6 lead on
their next series, driving to the
.Bradford 13 after an
interception. Bradford's
Chuckle Covington stopped
the threat when he intercepted
a Welborn pass at his own 3.
Sebring would capitalize on
another Bradford turnover,
which gave the Blue Streaks
the ball at the Bradford 22.
They had to settle for a 33-
yard field goal, though, when
Robinson, who appeared to
have his fourth touchdown
catch, had the bar jarred loose
by Covington in the end zone
on a third-down play.
The Tornadoes scored their
second touchdown after
starting a drive at the Sebring
32. It took just two carries by


Z 1," 1,'IJamnison. the second of which
Dinner Raines and 'Fort White. The defeated the Tigers 20-8. was .a 147yard jaunt into the
D IIIIne Hurricanes scored 36 points Jawan Jamison had two end zone. That run pushed
d for twice against Keystone (36-0) touchdown runs in that win Jamison past DeWhiti
p ne for and. Fort/ White (36-8) and and C.J. Covington had a BeJerson as Bradfords career
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provided. Players and their teams at the Region 2 meet finals. He placed 27"' out of 83
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touchdown to made the score
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game.
Bradford's defense forced
Sebring to punt from inside its
own 5-yard line for the second
straight series. That, along
with a 15-yard penalty,
allowed the Tornadoes to start
their next drive at the Sebring
26. Brown hooked up with
Carter for a: 1,9-yard gain,
setting up Brown's 5-yard
touchdown toss to Barron
Warner that made the score
34-20. .
Sebring running back T.J.
Williams added his team's last


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He carried the ball on all six
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Williams' 10-yard touchdown
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Bradford's D.J. McBride
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kickoff for a touchdown. He
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everybody when he slipped at
the Sebring 4 1-yard line.
McBride did not get the
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one play when Carter hauled in
a 41-yard touchdown pass
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The festival needs actors,
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Dancers, acrobats, jugglers and
fencers are i welcome. ,
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Oct. 29 proves
to be a 'double
deer day,


By JOHN WHITFIELD
Contributing Outdoors
Editor
"Ain't it great when a plan
comes together?"
Yes, it is.
,My hunting partner and
friend, Bruce Strube, said these
words a couple of %ears ago.
%\hen m> youngestt son. Caleb.
got his first deer. It was.a great
day for all of us. Opening day
for muzzleloadming season this
,ear %was Saturday, Oct. 29.
and it was the coming together
of another plan with my oldest


son, Johnny.


Anticipation
After having several close
encounters during archery
season-but no harvests-both
Johnny and I were ready to
bring home some venison from
our first 2005 muzzleloading
hunt.
Johnny wvas to use my
scoped 50-caliber Traditions
and I was using a borrowed,'
open-sighted 54-caliber TCA.
which is a percussion cap,
round ball firing blackpo%.der
rifle, with an octagon-shaped
barrel and an old flintlock-
looking hammer. I was a little
apprehensive about the old
open-iron sights, but the
pioneer spirit that pumps my
See FINS, p. 9C


On opening day of muzzleloading season in Central
Florida, John Whitfield (left) and his son, Johnny,
harvested these two deer 30 minutes apart and
approximately 300 yards apart with 54- and 50-
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FINS
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pistons talked me in to trying it
out.


pictures and headed back out
to the road.

Wow!
I was only about 100 yards
down the road when I saw
Johnny and Chad dragging a
odlr tn the truck A big deer. A


Opening day very big deer. With a big rack.
!It was finally Saturday A big, wide rack.
morning. Opening day. Up real I, focused on the horns.
early. Coffee was set on a Unbelievable, for Florida.
timier. Alarm off. Jump up. Wide, like a good 6 inches
Thiow on the camos, grab a outside the ears. And, the
cup and head out the door. I biggest grin I have ever seen
always want to be sitting in my on a guy's face!
stAid one hour before sunrise Johnny said, "I got him!"
oripening mornings. And I broke out in a fist pump
-ohnny, my 29-year-old and circle boot dance right in
sofn, Chad Caulk, my the. middle of the dirt road.
daughter's 19-year-old Guess I made a victory scrape
boyfriend, and I .(ageless) got right there.
to the woods right on time. I Johnny and I hugged, Chad
.put Johnny in the best stand, was almost speechless and, we
on an edge of some pine trees just stood' there ogling that
just above a creek bottom great deer, He weighed 150
along a well-traveled deer trail. pounds and had a gorgeous,
Chad, who wasn't hunting, but wide, 17-inch rack,
wanted to do some nature It was a Double Deer Day.
photography, grabbed- the And, before 9:00, it was all
second stand, next to the creek, done.
aal I went on down to a stand Johnny's story continues as
clse to a palmetto patch six days later, on Nov. 4, he'
were can see the dirt road, in harvested his second deer, a
cage something comes across nice six-point.. Yes, Johnny
th9 road and heads through the has 'now been handcuffed to a
w~ods. tree in the swamp and we will
?Ready. let him go after the season IF
he agrees not to remove the
Tie hunt duct tape!
love those early morning
routines in the woods. A hoot One year 0ago
o l. Then a .few cardinals. A Ironically. one year ago, on
sc rrel starts rattling leaves Nov. 4, 2004, I took my first
around and a woodpecker gets buck from the same stand that
going on an old dead tree. Johnny was in, with the same
Nature is a beautiful sound rifle, at about the same
show in that low morning distance.
light. Like father. Like son.
At just about sunrise, I heard Only. Johnny's was bigger.,
something slap the palmettos Much bigger. Two rolls of film
and tear through the woods bigger..
about 30 yards out. I turned to And. by the way, this week
see a small-spike buck in also marks my first year
overdrive. I wondered what writing the Fins, Fur & Tales
had scared him so badly. My column.
question was soon answered. What a great anniversary
I heard another rustle in the celebration. Two deer. An 8
edge of the palmettos and an II1. My son's first buck
approximately 15 minutes (and his second). And a "Dad's
later. I did a slow deer-look, Lifetime Memory."
left head turn, and looked right. A special thanks to our
down on.a nice deer. I saw outdoor readers-the hunters,
horns. Forked horns. And I fishermen and outdoors people
went in to the slow-motion who have submitted their
"pull-up-and-shoot" mode (I stories and photos, and shared
never look back at the horns their adventures. Much
after identifying that I have a appreciation. It has been a
shooter; I don't need any more great, fun year.
adrenalin at that moment). "Ain't it great when a plan
After drawing down," I' comes together?" Yes, it is.
clicked offt'.He'pte ttigg'- '""' efiiig"dl'ay 'fi'r"geieral gui
breathed in and let out about season is Saturday.
ha4f a breath, aimed at the Let's go hunting. Be safe.
sweet spot and then touched
h~ioff. Share your outdoors
*1 heard the sound and saw
the smoke, but f- don't stories and photos
remember the noise. I suppose If you have an outdoors
focusing on the target so much story or photos you would like
waives the concussion effect. to share, please e-mail .John
:The deer dropped on the Whit field at
s ot. huntfishwriter@aol.com.
'Done. Twenty-five yards. Photos may also be submitted
,Exhilaration! at the offices of the Bradford
;l heard more movement in County Telegraph, the Lake
the bushes and saw a doe Region Monitor and the Union
talking. around, and then 1 County Times.
caught a glimpse of another
1lrge-bodied buck, with his
head up in the bushes. I
couldn't see horns, but his
bidy was bigger than the one ne ieP ri
oh the ground. Ent erpris
.1 reloaded, thinking I might Solutions
possibly get off another shot.
bilt both deer walked off 352-248-1010
tbfore I was done. ,
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Waiting it out iAoaoft
;l decided to just wait it out. r E T ED r n
as we had all agreed to try to 24-Ho
h'nt until 9 a.m. I binoc'd my
deer and saw three points on ....
ohe side, but the. rest of the
head and rack were obscured:. I
couldn't count points until I SI
got down.
3Then, a shot rang out, about Ol9 & Co
300 yards away. Johnny's Gof & Co
blackpowder went off at 8:21. Banquet Faciliti
I really hoped that he got one,
as this was his first-ever rifle A BEAUTIFUL & RELAXI
:I waited 15 more minutes, MEMBERSHI
got down from my stand, NOINIT
removed the percussion cap, FAMILY-SENIOR-SEASON
arid then I paused to thank our
Creator for His wonderful Gift VISIT 0
creation and for His lab V 1
providence. n 904-9
Then walked oer and 904-96
counted points-eight, a R2 m
beautiful Florida apple-basket SR-230 E (2 miles
rapk. I took a couple of


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General gun season starts Saturday


By CLIFF SMELLEY.
Telegraph Staff Writer

This Saturday, Nov. 12, one:
half hour before sunrise, all
will be quiet-a sharp contrast
to the hustle and bustle of
activity that probably took
place, and is still taking place,
during this week as area
hunters are prepare for the start
of general gun season.
General gun (antlered deer
and wild hog) .season starts
Saturday and runs through Jan..
22 in the Central Zone, which
includes Bradford, Clay and
. Union counties. The season is.
already under way in the South
Zone and runs through Jan. 8.
Northwest Zone dates are Nov.;-
24-27 and Dec. 10-Feb. 15 and
South Zone dates are
Hunting is allowed as early
as a half hour before sunrise
and as late as a half hour after
sunset.
The goal of the hunter is to
remain quiet, attracting as little
attention as possible. However,
the same cannot be said for
stores that sell hunting items.
Mike Bradley, who works at
Terry's Huntin' and Fishin' on
U.S. 301 north in Starke, said
the week prior to the start of
each hunting season is "gang
busters." Whether it's
ammunition or tree stands,
deer lures or corn, or even
ThermaCell to keep those
pesky mosquitoes away, his
store is selling it, Bradley said.
"They're buying just about
everything we have for sale in
here," Bradley said. "We're
really primed for a big
season."
One popular product that
Terry's Huntin' and Fishin'
sells is Real-P Doe Estrous,
which is produced by Whitetail
Galore Game Farm in
Baldwin. It is bottled doe urine
that is collected every fall. The
product prompted -Terry
Bradley, Mike's brother who
began the business in
Macclenny, to write, in the
Oct. 30, 2002 edition of the
Baker County Standard, that it
was the best lure he had ever
used.
"It continues to be very
popular because it's so
successful," Mike Bradley
said ...... .
Nlo matter what type'of lure
you use-if you decide to use
one-there is plenty of time to
use it as the general gun season
runs through Jan. 22. It is legal
to take deer having one or
more antlers at least 5-inches
in length visible above the


hairline and wild hogs with a
shoulder height of at least 15
inches in areas where hogs are
legal game.
The daily limit for deer is
tw6o aid the possession limit is
four. Regardless of season, sex
or number of permits, it. is
illegal to harvest more than
two deer per day. '
. Hogs have a daily limit of
one and a possession limit of
two.
Other upcoming seasons are
antlerless deer (Central Zone
Nov. 19-25, Northwest Zone
Dec. 17-23), fall turkey
(Central and South zones Nov.
12-Jan. 8, Northwest Zone
Kc: Nv.24-27 and Dec. 10-Jan.
15) and quail and gray squirrel
(Nov, 12-March 5 statewide). ,
Legal to take during
antlerless deer season are deer
of either sex (except spotted
fawn) in those areas open to
antlerless deer season. The
daily bag limit is one buck and
one doe or two bucks.
During fall turkey season,
only bearded turkeys 'or
gobblers ,may be taken, and
only one bird may be
harvested per day. There is
also :a two-bird fall-season
limit, which means hunters can
bharlest just two turkeys during
the archery, muzzleloading
gun and fall turkey seasons
combined.
Quail and gray squirrel
season has a daily bag limit of
12. for each.
Please remember that
regulations on wildlife
management areas may differ.


Mike Bradley, of Terry's Huntin' and Fishin' in
Starke, displays the Real-P Doe Estrous lure, which
has proven to be quite popular with hunters.


Also, it is unlawful to hunt
deer or to accompany another
person hunting deer on public
lands unless each. person is
wearing a minimum of 500
square inches of daylight-
fluorescent orange material as
an outer, garment. Such
clothing must be worn above
the waistline and can include a
head covering (this rule does
not apply during archery
season)Y.


Anyone wishing to hunt,
who was born on or after June:
1, 1975,f must successfully-
complete' a hunter safety
course prior to purchasing a:
hunting license.
A good source of
information concerning:
, hunting can be found at the-&
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission-
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