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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: October 30, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


County


Thursday, October 30, 2008


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96th Year 29th Issue 50 CENTS


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Veterans

Day

ceremony,

parade set
The Union County High
School Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corps
(JROTC) will host a Veterans
Day ceremony on Tuesday,
Nov. I1.
The ceremony will begin
at 9:30 a.m. at the Veterans'
Memorial site located on
the grounds of the Masonic
Lodge at 325 W. Main St. in
Lake Butler.
The UCHS band will
conduct a patriotic music
performance and members
of the JROTC will post the
colors and perform honor
guard duties. The JROTC
drill team will conduct the
ceremonial laying of wreaths
at the memorial site and
.render a 21-gun salute to the
playing of "Taps," performed
by Nicholas MeSweeney of
the UCHS band.
The guest speaker will
be Colonel Eric Nelson, the
brother of UCHS Principal
Alex Nelson.
A parade will follow at
11 a.m. The parade route
will begin next to the
courthouse on Lake Avenue
and proceed west down
Main Street, turning left on
S.R. 231 and crossing S.R.
121, then heading through
the bus ramp at Lake Butler
Elementary School. The
parade will exit LBES and
travel down S.R.'12 -past the
Lake Butler Middle School
gymnasium, turning left on
Lake Avenue and ending at .
Lakeside Park.
For parade participation
information, contact Colan
Coody at (386) 496-2321.

No school
this Friday
Friday, Oct. 24, is set
aside as a teacher workday.
There will be no school for
students. The UCHS Tigers
football team will host a
game against Dixie County
at 7 p.m.

Union

Depot open

house set
Oct. 31
Come out and take
a tour of the new Union
Depot Pavilion at the city
of Lake Butler's dedication
ceremony on Friday, Oct.
.31, at II a.m. The pavilion
building is located next to
city hall at 200 S.W. 1st
St. Refreshments will be
served.

Babe Ruth

to meet
The Babe Ruth Association
will meet today, Thursday,
Oct. 30, at 6 p.mn. at the O.J.
Phillips Recreational Park to
select officers and go over
the season's schedule. For
more information, contact
Richard Wright at (352) 494-
7123.

Important

notice!
The Union County School
district has modified the date
of the 2009 spring break.The
week school will be closed
for spring break has been
changed from March 23-27
to March 16-20. Please make
a note of this.


Candidates racing to the wire


The last date for early voting
in the Nov. 4 General Election
is this Saturday.
As of Monday, Oct. 27, the
Union County Supervisor of
Elections' office reported
that more than 500 registered
voters had taken advantage of
easily voting for the Nov. 4
General Election. There are
a total of 7,289 registered
voters in the county, made up
of 4,802 Democrats ard 1,966
Republicans. Another 521
voters are other party affiliated.
Early voting continued at the
elections office through this
Saturday, Nov. 1,'from.8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. each day.
SAlso for the General Election,
more than 1,300 absentee
ballots have been requested by,'
Union County registered voters-
Of that number, 531 ballots
have already been returned to
the elections office. Absentee
ballots .may still be dropped
off or mailed to the elections
office-however, they must be
received by 7 p.m. on Nov. 4


for the votes to be counted.
In addition to the vote for
a new U.S. president, several
constitutional amendments are
on the ballot this year. Last
week's edition of the Times
presented a rundown of the
amendments to be voted on
during this election. Also on
the ballots this election is the
District IV representative.
Candidates for this office
include Jay McGovern (Dem)
and incumbent Ander Crenshaw
(Rep).
Voters will also be asked to
decide .whether Supreme Court
Justice Charles T. Wells should
retain his office as well as the
following First District Court of
Appeals judges: Judge Robert
T. Benton,Judge Marguerite H.
Davis, Judge Joseph Lewis Jr.,
Clay. Roberts and William A.
Van Nortwick Jr.
State House District 12
Representative candidate Janet
Adkins (Rep) faces write-in
candidates. Damon Fernandez
and Robert Scott Ziefel. If a


voter chooses one of the write-
in candidates, the selected.
choice must be hand-written on
the ballot where marked.
Local offices on the
ballot
As for local government, two
offices are on the ballots. All
7,289 registered Union County
voters will decide the office of
property appraiser and District
3 voters will decide their next
county commissioner district
representative.
Running for the office
of property appraiser are
incumbent Steven Saunders
(Dem) and Bruce D. Dukes
(Rep).
In a questionnaire completed
by 'Saunders for WJXT-
Channel 4 news in Jacksonville,
Saunders stated that he feels he
can help voters being the only
candidate with both knowledge
and experience in the field of
real estate appraisal.
He stated that through his
See ELECT, p. 2A


Halloween happenings in UC...


Tombstone Ghost
Town
Tombstone is the nearly
four-acre replicated town of
Tombstone, Ariz., with a little
catch. It's completely haunted!
Run by Kevin Kirby,
Tombstone can be found by
following the signs posted
throughout the city. The final
weekend showing hours of
operation are Halloween
evening, Friday, Oct. 31, and
Saturday, Nov. 1, from 8 p.m.
until ...?
Admission price is $2 per
person, or a $5 wristband lets
you return to Tombstone all
night long.
A kiddy carnival and treat
street for trick-or-treaters
sponsored by the Lake Butler
Rotary Club will be open for
one night only: Saturday. Nov.
I,from 6-10 p.m.


BRCD haunted trail
held over one more
day
Do to popular response, the
Big Red Christmas Drive's
haunted house will be opened
one more day, Saturday, Nov. 1,
from dusk until the last person
leaves.
The haunted trail includes
a slaughter house, hospital,
maze, cemetery and much,
much more.
To get there, go east on S.R.
100 toward Starke and turn
right on C.R. 237 (about one
mile on the left). Admission
price is $2 per person, or $5
for an all-night entry ticket.
All proceeds will beqefil the
Big Red Christmas Drive. For
more information, call (352)
258-2641.


Trunk-or-Treat at
First Baptist
First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler's second annual
Trunk-or-Treat Fall Festival
will take place Thursday, Oct.
30 (today), from 6-8 p.m.,
there will be free food, candy,
games, hayride, moonwalks-
and lots, lots more. The church
is located at 195 E. Main St.
next to Roberts Insurance. For
more .information, call (386)
496-3704.

VFW treats for
Halloween
On Saturday, Nov. 1, the
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Ladies Auxiliary will hold a
Halloween festival from 5-8
p.m. There will be games, a
See SPOOK, p. 3A


Apparel

building

grant

still iffy
BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
In early 2006, Kim Bailey,
owner of Little Rainbows
Learning Center, entered into
a lease agreement with the city
of Lake Butler for the former
Lake Butler Apparel Factory
building. Bailey renovated the
front offices of the building to
house two pre-K classrooms.
Under former city manger
Richard Tillis, the city received
a grant in the amount of
$106,500 from USDA Rural
Development to add five
additional pre-K classrooms
and a kitchen area. The city
received the grant based on
job growth, as it helped Little
Rainbows expand and add five
jobs in the rural community.
The lease agreement with the
city gave Bailey the option, to
purchase the building within a
year of the contract date.
On Oct. 2,2007, shortly after
John Berchtold was hired as
city manager, the $106,500 in
grant monies was electronically
transferred by USDA into the
city's bank account, and then
abruptly withdrawn without
authorization the very next
day.
The closing on the sale to
Little Rainbows was set to take
place on Oct. 10, 2007, but
Berchtold was told by a USDA
representative that they were not
informed the property would be
See GRANT, p. 2A


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858 89076 63869


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Ice cream and kids naturally go together, but thanks to a program recently presented to second graders
by a Union County 4-H member, a generous dollop of education was also added. In this photo, Jakira
Cobb laughs as she keeps the ice cream mixture rolling during the program. For more on the fun and
delicious learning experience, please see inside.
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Obviously the poster boy for the Lake Butler
Volunteer Fire Department's "Safety First" ads,
Charlie Cook has a little fun at a training exercise.
Being a firefighter is hard work, but there is still
time for occasional levity. For more on the LBVFD,
see inside.


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hometown very well,delighting
the home crowd as he threw
for five touchdowns, showing
great poise, arm strength and
leadership abilities as his
team picked apart the Dolphin
secondary.

UCHS 2008 graduate Aaron
Dukes, the son of Bruce and
Kelly Dukes, also of Lake
Butler, played very well
defensively for the Dolphins,
sacking Roberts once, making
eight tackles and blocking
his second puii of the season
leading to one of JU's only two
touchdowns.


esients' The occasion calls attention
Residents. to the fundamental rights of
Rights M month Florida's frailest elders to
Rights Mh be treated with dignity and
d lar d by respect, and to have a say in
declare d y decisions affecting their care.
Omb d man Long-term care residents have
Ombud man state-mandated rights including
Today, more than 160,000 fair and courteous treatment,
Floridians live in nursing privacy, control over financial
homes or similar long-term care matters, and--of particular note
settings and many are unaware this year-the right to vote.
of their rights and the resources The ombudsman program is
.-available to protect and defend a government-funded resource
them. available io help, defend
Every October, Florida's residents' rights and ensure
Long-Term Care Ombudsman their safety and well-being.
Program partners with the office Sadly, a volunteer ombudsman
of the governor to proclaim is sometimes the only visitor or
Residents' Rights Month. voice a resident has.
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GRANT:

Continued from p. 1A

sold immediately following the
..grant-funded construction and
that furthermore; USDA was
'entitled to a recapture of the
funds.
According to USDA, selling
the property right after receipt
of the grant was considered a
pass-through grant-a grant to
Little Rainbows and not the
city-and the grant monies
should be returned.
However, Berchtold contends
that USDA was well aware:of
the fact.that the building.would
likely be sold soon.
"They had the lease-purchase
agreement sent to them back
when this was all started," he
said.
Seeking advice from
Congressman Ander
Crenshaw's office, Berchtold
asked USDA for permission
to place the grant funds in an
escrow account so the sale of
the building could take place,
and USDA agreed to do so.
Days later, a review of
the city's bank statement
revealed the funds had not
been transferred back into
the city's account. Berchtold
immediately telephoned Peggy
Johns of USDA who informed
him the agency had forgotten to
re-transfer the-funds.
Fortunately for the parties
involved, the city's account did
not get overdrawn during this
time. The closing took place,
with Bailey paying the city
$282,144.20 for the building
now worth $515,000.
Further discussions led the
city to believe USDA would
call for reimbursement of a
fractional share of the increase
in value of the property.
To determine the fractional
share amount, USDA required
the city to obtain comprehensive
pre- and post-improvement
appraisals of the property to
obtain a fair current property
value: -'
Appraisals ..performed by
Lee Hardenbrook established
a before and after value to the
property. Prior to renovations,
the property value was
$470,000,and after renovations,
it was valued at $515,000.
Hardenbrook felt that even
though $106,500 was provided
with the grant, it only resulted
in an increase of $45,000


in property value. USDA
concurred with these figures,
then provided a breakdown
of contributing ..shares- 81.53
- percent of the total land value
of $515,000, to belong to the
city, with USDA being entitled
to a recapture of the remaining
18.47 percent, or $95,120.50,
nearly 90 percent of the total
amount granted.
What the city offered USDA
was as a check in the amount of
$5,962, which is 18.47 percent
of the $45,000 increase in land
value per the appraisal, not the
full -land value of $515,000,
less 50 percent of the cost to
perform the appraisals USDA
requested.
Berchtold arrived at this
calculation by recommendation
from Senator Bill Nelson's
office.
"Certainly,thecity would have
never done these improvements
if they thought they were going
to have to pay all this money
back a month later," Berchtold
said. "Essentially, what USDA
is trying to say is that they just
gave us a loan, not a grant."
City Attorney John Maines
said that USDA admitted
they had the lease-purchase
agreement, but that the law
prevents passing the grant on'
to Little Rainbows, known as a
pass-through grant.
"1 even tried the angle of
saying the only amount of the
grant that passed through was
the amount that increased the
value of the building which was
$45,000," Maines said, "but
they wouldn't do that either.
We got nowhere."
Commissioner Ray Crawford
asked, "So in other words.
they messed up and'somebody
dropped the ball on their side
because they gave us the grant
and now they want us to pay'if
back?"


ELECT:

Continued from p. 1A

many years of community
service las the county property
appraiser he has developed a
relationship of both devotion
to-and trust from-the
citizens of the county.
"As an elected official, I have
always attempted to base my
decisions on Christian values
of both honesty and fairness,
often at the expense of personal
sacrifice," he said.
Being a self-employed land
surveyor in Union County,
Dukes said he believes that
affords him the ability. to
connect with landowners and
,have an understanding of their
concerns.

"Having spent many years in
community service as a Florida
professional surveyor and
mapper, I do not think anyone
can question my love for Union
County and my dedication to
the good people here," Dukes
said.
In his professional
experience, Dukes said he
has gained a great deal of
knowledge concerning land.
Dukes' surveying company was
the contractor who developed
the GIS base parcel maps for
the Union County Property
Appraiser's office.

Only those voters living in
District 3 will see the office of
District 3 County Commissioner
on their ballots.There are 1,737
registered voters in District 3,
consisting of 1,367 registered
Democrats, 597 registered
Republicans and 146 other
affiliated party voters.
Incumbent Melaine (Red)
Clyatt is retiring as the
Worthington Springs District 3


As Florida celebrates
Residents' Rights Month,
community members are
encouraged to visit someone
they know in an assisted living
facility, volunteer in a nursing
home, participate in Residents'
Rights Month events, or inquire
about volunteering with the
ombudsman program.
The parents, grandparents,
veterans, former doctors and
teachers who are in long-term
care need to know they have
not been forgotten.
For information of Florida's
Long-Term Care Ombudsman


Commissioner Scott Cason
asked to be brought up to speed
since this all took place before
he came into office.
"Seems like Mayor Jimmy
Beasley, Berchtold and Maines
have already got things in
order and approached USDA
properly," Cason said.
"We need to just hope for the
best and prepare for the worst.
What are they going to do if we
don't paV them? Are they going
to put us in federal prison?" he
asked.
Berchtold answered and said,
"What they've done in the'past
is that they just took the money
right out of our account."
Berchtold said what USDA
is now demanding is radically
different from what was
presented earlier and never
in a million years would the
commissioners have authorized
the expense of the appraisals if
they had known this would be
the outcome.
Cason asked Maines if he
knew of anybody who had a
situation like this that they
could follow the example and
beat the issue.
"It's a political issue," Maines
said. "I don't know if the mayor
had any observations, but he
was there with us the whole
*time."
Mayor Beasley only
responded by saying, "He was
definitely against us."
Cason said.they needed to call
in all of their favors. "We don't
want to step on Mr. Nelson's
toes since we already got the
USDA mad at us," he said.
To bring some kind
of resolution, Berchtold
recommended the board
authorize any appeals, waivers
and negotiations on this. A
motion was made on the matter
and carried 5-0.


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Editor: Teresa Stone-irwin
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelly
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Sylvia Wheeler


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping,


Earl W, Ray
Melisa Noble
Kathl Bennett


commissioner. Vying to replace
him are James Tallman (Rep)
and Doyle Williams (Dem).
Williams said that as a
lifetime resident of the county,
he would like to see the county
grow and add small businesses
in the area.
Williams stated that as a
taxpayer and landowner, he is
interested in being a member of
the county commission because
he wants to make sure citizens'
tax money is spent wisely and
efficiently.
"I seek this job not for
personal benefit, but for the
well being of District 3 and
Union County. 1 will actively
work to keep our community
a place where people want to
work and live," Williams said.
Williams worked in the
operation of his family-owned
Williams LP Gas Company.

Tallman attended Lake City
Community College and the
University of Florida's College
of Agriculture where he received
a dual bachelor's degree. He is
the owner/operator of Tallman
Farms.
Tallman said that the great
community he lives in is what
motivated him to run for
office.
"I would like to preserve and
maintain the way of life we
have enjoyed for so long in the
county," said Tallman.
"I realize that growth is
inevitable; but through proper
leadership and good decision-
making, the commission board
can monitor this growthwhile
at the same time sustaining
progress."

' ny particular office for
which a voter does not have
an opinion and does not wish
to vote, can be skipped on the
ballot, with voters selecting
only those offices or individual


Program, please call (800) 831-
0404 or visit the Website at
ombudsman.myflorida.com.


Red Ribbon

Week

continues
Union County public schools
continue celebrating Red
Ribbon Week through Friday,
Oct. 31. The overall theme
this year is "I Elect to be Drug-
Free."
The schools alse. ask-eaeh -
business and.qhurch. that has a
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Bruce Dukes


amendments he or she wishes
their vote to count for
For those who are unable
to take advantage of early
voting at the elections office,
the precinct offices will be
open on'election day, Tuesday,
Nov. 4, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


marquee sign to please display
the theme on it during the
week. As always, the schools
thank all the business partners
and community members who
support the schools in all the
prevention activities planned for
students and the community.

Early voting is

under way
Early voting for .the General
Election is taking place through
Saturday,, Nov. 1, at the Union.
County EtectionsOfficee from-'
8 ;a.m. :toj;'5 p. .i-each 'day,-'
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Registered voters must go i8
his or her assigned precinct to
cast their vote.
See the election results by
visiting the Union County
Supervisor of Elections' Web
site at www.unionflvotes.com.


Monday through Saturday. The
office is located in room 106 in
the Union County Courthouse.
For more information, please
call (386) 496-4253.

Too often we underestimate
the power of a touch,
a smile, a kind word, a
listening ear, an honest
compliment, or the smallest
act of caring, all of which
have the potential to turn a
'life around.
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Aaron Dukes and Austen Roberts.


Former teammates


meet again on field


Doyle Williams James Tallman


On Monday, Oct. 20, more
than 40 Union County residents
traveled to Georgia to watch
two former Union County High
School football teammates
square off .against each other
as junior varsity college team
rivals in the Valdosta State
Blazers' 44-14 victory over
the Jacksonville University
Dolphins.
Representing Valdosta State
was 2007 UCHS graduate
Atsten Roberts, the son of
Avery and Twyla Roberts of
Lake Butler. As with the Tigers,
Roberts plays as the Blazers'
S. quarterback. He represented his


USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
SPaid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
n.ro Aron John M. Miller, Publisher


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October 30, 2008 TIMES Page 3A


Tuesday, Nov. 4
Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
unless otherwise dictated by
the state


Precinct 1A &1B:
Lakeside Community Center




Precinct 3A.-
WS Community Center



Precinct 4A:

Providence Com. Center
S.R. 238 in Providence


I Precinct 5A & 5C:
White block building on right
side of S.R. 100, 7 miles west
of Lake Butler


Precinct 2:
Raiford Community Center
S.R. 121 in Raiford



Precinct 3B:
Union County Housing Auth.
S.R. 231 in Lake Butler



Precinct 4B & 4C:
Union County Housing Auth.
S.R. 231 in Lake Butler


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Precinct 5B:
Lakeside Community
Lake Butler


Center


Be safe on Halloween with these tips


Stop any UC Sheriff's Office
deputy for a free glow stick
while supplies last.
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
advises motorists and residents
to "BOLO" (be on lookout) for
area children during the annual
Halloween activities set to take
place on Saturday, Nov. 1, from
6-8 p.m.
The county will be
observing this fall event on
Saturday evening in the
various communities. Several
area churches and other
private organizations will
also hold various events for
kids throughout the week and
UCSO wants to make sure that
everyone uses caution when


New River
sets sing, fish
fry Nov. 1
New River New
Congregational Methodist
Church; located on C.R. 125
in Union County, will host a
gospel sing and fish fry on
Saturday, Nov. 1.
The meal will be served
beginning at 5:30 p.m. The.
gospel sing will begin at 7 p.m.
with the featured group being
Southern Joy.
Everyone is invited to attend.
For more .information, call
(386) 431-1536 or. (904) 964-
3583.

Pastor's 5th
year to be
marked
New Beginnings Holiness
Church, located on S.R. 100
west, invites everyone to

SThere is no end to
education. It is not that
you read a book, pass an
examination, and finish with
education. The whole of life,
from the moment you are
born to the moment you
die, is a process of learning.
Jiddu Krishnamurti
1895-1986, hidian
Theosophist


operating motor vehicles on the
roads of the county as well as
the city streets.
Whitehead said he would
like to remind all motorists to
turn on their vehicle headlights
even prior to dark so children
walking will be aware of your
presence. Remember to give
right of way to people walking
across city streets as they move
about. Whitehead stated that
deputies will be in all areas
where trick or treating is taking
place.
Also, Whitehead said
residents can stop any Union
County Sheriff's Office deputy
on patrol to be given a free
bright orange light stick that


attend the fifth anniversary
of Pastor Samuel A. Jackson
and First Lady Mary Jackson.
The celebration will be held
at the Lakeside Community
Center on Saturday, Nov. 1, at
7 p.m. and continue on Sunday,
Nov. 2, at 4 p.m. For more
infwmatijq,, plpam all sister,
Shaion-,T;homas, Jackson.i at
(386) 496-0004.


Old
Providence
sets fall fest
Old Providence Village
Baptist Church, located on S.R.
245, just north of S.R. 238 in
Union County, is having a fall
festival for the young and old,
including toddlers to teens and
beyond, on Saturday, Nov. 1,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
There will be games, face
painting, cake walks, a photo


can be carried while walking
Saturday evening. This light
stick will be an added safety
measure for parents and/or
children. Residents can alsd
come by the sheriff's office on
Friday afternoon and pick up a
light stick early since supplies
are limited.
Whitehead offers these
"Halloween Safety Tips" for
children and parents:
Parents
1. Know the route your
children will be taking if they
are of age and you are not
accompanying them.
2. State a time for your
children to return home and
make sure they have a number


booth and more. Everyone is


booth and more. Everyone is
invited to attend.

Pine Level
hosts fall
festival ...
Pine Level. Bapiist,.Church
is holding a fall festival on
Saturday, Nov. 1, from 4-8:30
p.m.
The event will include a chili
cook-off, outdoor games, cake
walk, hay ride and much more.
Everyone is invited to attend.
The church is located on S.R.
100 West, approximately 3.8
miles from U.S. 301.

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bazaar set
at COG
Do your Christmas shopping
a little early at the Lake Butler
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where you can be reached.
3. Know the type of costume
they are wearing.
4. Inspect any candy brought
home by children. Anything
that looks suspicious, discard.,
Trick-or-Treaters
1. Approach only houses that
are lit.
2. Carry a flashlight or other
type of light such as glow stick
with you.
3. Walk, do not run.
4. Stay on sidewalks if
available.
5. Obey traffic signals.
6. Stay in familiar
neighborhoods.
7. Do not cut across yards or
fences.


bazaar on Saturda3. No\ 8.
from 8 a.m -3 p.m.
The ch urch is located at 480
S.W. 3r Si in Lake Butler.
The bazaar "\ill be inside the
fellowship hall. For more
information. please call I386
496-3659.


8. Do not approach homes
that have a dog outside that you
are not familiar with.
9. Wear something reflective
on your costume.
10. Stay away from animals
you do not know.
Homeowners.
I. If giving out candy, make
sure your house is lit up.
2. If you decorate your home,
make sure there are no open
flame decorations that can
catch a costume on fire.
3. Animals should be secured
if you are inviting trick-or-
treaters to the door.


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As this campaign, draws to a close I have kept my promise to visit with as many of
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service to Union County is in the hands of you, the voters. I am humbled to have
served as your Oroperty Appraiser these past 16 years. and if elected I will continue
to provide Ho~nest, Fair, and Dependable service to you the good citizens of Union
,County. Your vote is not only important to me and my future, but also to the future
of Union 6uoun'ty and the generations that are, to follow. Your vote and support will
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fortuneteller, hot dog roast and
treats for the kids.
All children must be
accompanied by an adult. No..:
drop-offs.A party for the adults
will be held following the
children's festival.

UCPL Halloween
event
On Thursday, Oct.30,from 6-
8 p.m., the Union County Public
Library will host a Halloween
event to include food, games
and crafts. All ages welcome
to attend this free event. For
more information, call (386)
496-3432.

LBES fall carnival set
Nov. 8
The second annual Lake
Butler Elementary School
PTO Fall Carnival will be held
Saturday, Nov. 8, from noon to
4 p.m. This year's carnival will
include activities such as bingo,
a dunking booth, cake walk,
bounce houses, games, prizes,
contests, food and much more.
All proceeds from the
carnival will go toward the PTO
playground project to replace
and/or improve all playground
equipment at LBES.
The PTO needs volunteers,
single-wrapped candies and
prizes for the upcoming event.
To volunteer or to donate items,
please call (386) 496-3047.


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LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE of the Southeast '/ of Southeast '/
NOTICE is hereby given that of said Section 8, and run South
pursuant to a Writ of Execution 87 degrees 07 minutes and 00
issued in Circuit Court, o. Marion seconds West, along the South
County, Florida, on the 29t day of line of said Section 8, a distance of
April, 2008. In the cause wherein B 667.62 feet to the Southeast corner
& M Equipment Rental & Sales, Inc. of the West /2 of said Southeast
the plaintiff and James D. Johns '/4 of Southeast V/ of Section 8,
and Johns Site Prep & Sheet Metal, said point also being the POINT
Inc. the defendant, being Case No. OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
08-1013-CA-G, in said Court. described parcel of land; Thence
I, Jerry Whitehead, As Sheriff of continue running South 87 degrees
Union County, Florida, have levied 07 minutes 00 seconds West,
upon all the right, title, and interest continuing along said South line
of the defendant, James D. Johns of Section 8, a distance of 888.39
and Johns Site Prep & Sheet Metal, feet; thence run North 02 degrees
Inc. in and to the following described 35 minutes 56 seconds West, a
personal property, to-wit: distance of 1134.82 feet; thence
19f91 Mack 600 DM600 Dump run North 87 degrees 09 minutes
Truck 02 seconds East, a distance of
VIN: 1M2B197C8MM008934 220.77 feet to the intersection with
I shall offer this property for sale, at the West line of said Southeast /4
8806 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, in of Southeast '4 of Section 8; thence
Union County, FL, on November 13, run North 02 degrees 35 minutes
2008 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. Or 56 seconds west, along said West
as soon thereafter as possible. I will line of Southeast 1/4 of Southeast %/
offerforsaleallthesaiddefendant's, of Section 8, a distance of 125.49
James D. Johns & Johns Site Prep feet to the intersection with the
& Sheet Metal, Inc., right, title and Southerly prescriptive right of way
interest in the aforesaid personal line of a County Maintained Graded
property, at public auction and will Road; thence run North 88 degrees
sell the same, subject to taxes, 20 minutes 17 seconds East, along
all prior liens, encumbrances and said Southerly prescriptive right
judgments, if any to the highest and of way line, a distance of 236.44
best bidder for CASH IN HAND. feet; thence run North 87 degrees
The proceeds to be applied as far 26 minutes 28 seconds East,
as may be to the payment of costs continuing along said Southerly
and the satisfaction of the above- prescriptive right of way line, a
described execution, distance of 175.07 feet; thence run
SJerry Whitehead, As Sheriff Of North 85 degrees 59 minutes 39
Union County, Florida seconds East, continuing along
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson said Southerly prescriptive right of
Deputy Sheriff way line, a distance of 255.54 feet
Contact the Civil Process Unit 24 to the intersection with the East line
hours prior to sale for information of said West 1/ of Southeast % of
concerning the sale and/or Southeast 1/ of Section 8; thence
cancellation. Phone #386-496- run South 02 degrees 37 minutes
2501. 45 seconds East, along said East
In accordance with the Americans line of the West 1/2 of Southeast
with Disabilities Act, persons with '/ of Southeast '/ of Section 8,
disabilities needing a special a distance of 1259.15 feet to the
accommodation to participate in this POINT OF BEGINNING.
proceeding should contact the Civil SUBJECT TO a 20-foot American
Process Unit at the Union County Telephone and Telegraph Company
Sheriff's Office not later than seven Easement as recorded in Official
days prior to the proceeding at Records Book 5, Page 160, Public
55 West Main Street, Courthouse Records of Union County, Florida.
Rm.#102, Lake Butler, FL 32054 TOGETHER. W.IH a 20.00 foot
Phone# 386-496-2501. easement for ihgress, egress and
10/9 4tchg 10/30-UCT public utilities over, across and
along a parcel-of land lying, being
NOTICE OF PUBLIC and situate in the aforesaid Section
.AUCTION 8, Township 6 South, Range 18
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has East, Union County, Florida, more
scheduled an auction on Saturday, particularly described as follows:
November 30, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., COMMENCEattheSoutheastcorner
located at 1170 SW 6t Street, Lake of the Southeast 1/ of Southeast %/
Butler, FL 32054, behind the Lake of said Section 8, and run South
Butler Apartments, Highway 121. 87 degrees 07 minutes and 00-
Pursuant to Chapter.83 of the Self seconds West, along the South
Storage Facility Act of the State of line of said Section 8, a distance of
Florida, the following units will be 667.62 feet to the Southeast corner
foreclosed: of the West /2 of said Southeast /4
Danette Belcher-Unit #71-$282.30 of Southeast % of Section 8; thence
Sarah Bennett-Unit #27-$186.77 run North 02 degrees 37 minutes
Jenny Melvin-Unit #29-$162.00 45 secondss West, along the East
Amanda Lane-Unit #72-$219.00 line of said West H of Southeast
Michelle Neal-Unit #31-$205.48 1/ of Southeast 1% of Section 8, a
Curtis Perry-Unit #28-$306.00 distance of 813.51 feettothe POINT
Matthew Thornton-Unit #6-$249.00 OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
10/23 2tchg 10/30-UCT described 20.00 foot easement;
Thence continue running North 02
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, degrees 37 minutes 45 seconds
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA West, continuing along said East
CASE NO: 63-2008-CA-0071 line of West 1/2 of Southeast 1%
LEWIS WILLIAMS and _.. L .Souit L,. _8
;RRIE WILLIAMS. distance of thence
I-iubarnd and Wife. n rti. d
Plaintiffs, 42 second' Easf b diance of
vs. 401.87 feet;-thence run North 02
ROBERTO BECERRA, degrees 38 minutes 40 seconds
Defendant. West a distance of 177.51 feet to
NOTICE OF SALE the intersection with the Southerly
NOTICE is hereby given that, prescriptive right of way line of a
pursuant to A Final Judgment of County Maintained Graded Road;
Foreclosure in the above-captioned thence run North 85 degrees 47
action, I will sell the property minutes 17 seconds East, along
situated in Union County, Florida, said Southerly prescriptive right of
described as: way line to a County Maintained
A parcel of land containing a total Graded Road, a distance of 20.01
area of 25.0 acres, more or less, feet to the intersection with the
lying, being and situate in Section East line of the West '/2 of East 1/2
8, Township 6 South, Range 18 of said Southeast '/ of Southeast
East, Union County, Florida, more 1/4 of Section 8; thence run South
particularly described as follows: 02 degrees 38 minutes 40 seconds
COMMENCEattheSoutheastcorner East, along said East line of West
1/2 of East 1/2 of Southeast 1/1 of


Southeast /4 of Section 8, a distance
of 187.66 feet; thence run South 48
degrees 38 minutes 42 seconds
West a distance of 427.51 feet to
the POINT OF BEGINNING
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the Union
County Courthouse, south door,
Lake Butler Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 20th day of November,
2008.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER A SALE.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this Court this 23rd day of October
2008.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 2tchg 11/06-UCT


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING
AN AMENDMENT TO THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA, SERVING AS THE
PLANNING AND ZONING BOARD
OF THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA AND THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, comments, objections
and recommendations concerning
an amendment, as described
below, to the City of Lake Butler
Land Development Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, will be
heard by the City Commission of the
City of Lake Butler, Florida, serving
as the Planning and Zoning Board
of the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
and the Local Planning Agency of
the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
at a public hearing on November
10, 2008, at 5:15 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be
heard. The public hearing will be
conducted in the City.Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall, at 200
Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida.
LDR 08-1, -an application, by the
City Commission to amend Article
Eight entitled, Flood Damage
Prevention Regulations, of the
,Land Development Regulations in
its entirety to comply with Federal
Emergency Management Agency
regulations.
This public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of this
public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that
no further notices concerning this
matter will be published, unless said
continuation exceeds six calendar
weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear t,-tbe heard-wiirn respect
to the .amendmenthoathsti Landl';.
Developrfnt.t-Regulatinrts ,* .:,,
A copy of the amendment to the
Land Development Regulations is
available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Manager in City
Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which
record includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.


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-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: 63-2006-CP-0037
IN RE: ESTATE OF
A.B. KEITH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(formal notice by publication)
TO: Kendrick Keith, address
unknown
Xavier Keith, address
unknown
All Unknown Heirs and
Devisees of A.B. Keith
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the
following have been filed in the
above-captioned estate:
* Petition to Determine Homestead
Status of Real Property
* Inventory.
* Final Accounting.
* Petition for Discharge.
* Notice of Hearing on Petition
to Determine Homestead Status
of Real Property and Petition for
Discharge.
You are required to serve a copy of
your written response to it, if any, on
petitioner's attorney, whose name
and address is:
Sam W. Boone, Jr., 605 NE 1st
Street, Suite E, Gainesville, FL
32601
on or before December 12, 2008
and to file .the original of the written
defenses with the clerk of this court
either before service on petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter.
Failure to serve and file written
responses as required may result
in a judgment or order for the relief
demanded, without further notice.
Signed on October 27, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kimberlie Riggs
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 4tchg 11/20-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2008-CP-0007
INRE: ESTATE OF
TRUBIE KEITH,
Deceased
Adversary Proceeding No.
PATRICIA A. CARMICHAEL
Petitioner,
vs.
THE HEIRS OF TRUBIE KEITH,
Respondents.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(formal notice by publication)
TO: McKenley Derome Keith, 5030
W. Mountain Street, Apt. 23, Stone
Mountain, GA 30083
Kendrick Keith, address unknown
Xavier Keith, address unknown
All Unknown Heirs and Devisees of
Trubie Keith
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the
following have been filed in the
above-captioned estate:
* Petition for Establishment and
Probate of Lost or Destroyed Will
and Appointment of Personal
Representative; and
* Notice of Hearing on Petition for
Establishment and Probate of Cost
or Destroyed Will and Appointment
of Personal Representative.
You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to it, if any, on
petitioner's attorney, whose name
and address is:
Sam W. Boone, Jr., 605 NE 1st
Street, Suite E, Gainesville FL
32601
onor before- December~1, 2008,
and to file the original of the written
defenses with the clerk of this court
either before service on petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter.
Failure to serve and file written
defenses as required may result in
a judgment or order for the relief
demanded, without further notice.
Signed on October 27, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kimberlie Riggs
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 4tchg 11/20-UCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
ON APPLICATION
FOR SETBACK VARIANCE
LDR APPLICATION LDR 08-12
The Board of Adjustment of the
City of Lake Butler will hold a public
hearing on Monday, November
10, 2008 to receive comments on
an application for a request for
a variance to meet required set
backs.
A request to authorize a VARIANCE
to meet the front yard setback


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prevent fire


Union County Emergency
Management and fire officials
are urging residents throughout
the county to check their
heating appliances, smoke
detectors and chimneys in
preparation for significantly
colder temperatures that will
plunge into the state this week
behind an arctic cold front.
By taking basic safety
precautions, residents can
reduce their chances of fire,
property damage and loss of
life.
"Record cold temperatures
for late October will be possible
on Tuesday and Wednesday
nights statewide," said State
Meteorologist Ben Nelson.
"Freeze advisories will likely
be issued by the National
Weather Service for Tuesday
night for most of north Florida,
and wind chills may drop into
the 30s as far south as interior
south Florida. To ward off these
winter-like temperatures, many
residents may be turning on
heaters and using fireplaces


for the first time this fall and
we are urging them to do so
safely."
Residents should check the
operation of their smoke alarms
and carbon monoxide detectors,
making sure to replace the old
batteries. Electrical extension
cords need to be in proper
condition and correct rating
for the heater. Persons should
not overload wall plugs and
individual circuits with multiple
appliances.

Emergency management
officials remind everyone that
you and your family should
have a plan in place. Ybu may
make your own family plan
by visiting the sheriff's office
-emergency management Web
site at www.unionsheriff.
us. Click on the link labeled
"Emergency Management"
and select special needs. You
can click on "FAMILY PLAN"
and fill out the information and
print-it out for you and your
family.


Behavior 91 1Parents and can learn such
things as how to behave in
for parents ways that encourage positive
f parent behaviors from your child,
All interested parents are how to calm yourself to help
invited to attend a free seminar your child learn, how to stay
with guest speaker Cindy connected with your child and
Lanzer on Thursday, Nov. 13, how to clarify your focus on
from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Union positive behavior.
County School Board district
office meeting room.


requirement of 25 feet and rear or as soon thereafter as possible.
yard setback requirements of 15 This hearing will be open to the
feet. The property is Union County public and all interested persons
tax parcel # 30-05-20-11-035-0010- are encouraged td attend and be
0 with a street address of 880 SW heard. The application is on file in
1s' Way, Lake Butler. the office of the City Manager at the
The hearing will be held in the above address.
City of Lake Butler Commission John D. Berchtold
Chambers, 200 SW 1st Street, Lake City Manager
-Butler, and will begin at 5:15 p.m. 10/30 1tchg UCT





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ABOVE: Students in Mrs. Deloach's second-grade class rolled the ice cream
mixture around inside a coffee can as they told silly stories. These students
said chocolate ice cream is the best! LEFT: Pictured left to right are Anaston
Jenkins, Nate Hobson, Dylan Waters and Grace Wilder.


Making ice cream is silly fun


BY TRISTYN STONE,
a .10t grade student at UCHS
On Friday, Oct. 17, 1 went
with Colan Coody of Union
County 4-H to Mrs. Deloach's
second grade class at Lake
Butler Elementary School to
show the students how to have
fun making ice cream while
learning at the same time.
After laying out all the
ingredients, I asked the class
to identify them. Using a
measuring cup and spoons to
add the right amount of each
ingredient, I told the students
how much was needed of each
one and had them signal when I
had poured the correct amount.
All of the ingredients were
to be poured into a small
metal coffee can that would
be inserted into a larger coffee
can. I had the students identify
large and small, and then sealed


the small can inside the larger
one.
Then the fun began. The
students gathered in. a large
circle on thefloorand we played
a game called Silly Stories while
rolling the can back and forth
around the circle. The whole
time we were,playing the game,
the students continued rolling
the can around, which actually
acted as a quick freeze method
for hardening the ice cream.
With Silly Stories, I began
with a student naming a type of
animal and as I rolled the can
to .another, that student would
add the animals' color, shape,
size and other silly stuff. After
getting a few silly answers from
the class clowns, we opened the
can and revealed the creamy
treat.
Vanilla ice cream was created
first and then chocolate.They all


seemed to enjoy the ice cream
very much and understood
how the process of what we
mixed together came out as ice
cream.
While the class was settling
down after eating their ice
cream, I went to the front of
the class and started a game of
hangman on the board. Each
student guessed a* letter and
announced that they knew the
final phrase-"Ice cream is
good!"
After cleaning up, Mr. Coody
and I said goodbye and the
students were reminded by Mrs.
'Deloach to say thank you. I was
very happy to get a few hugs
from the little girls and -boys
who each told me they liked
me very much and wanted to
play with me again. I was even
invited to a birthday party. I had
a very, good time with the boys
and girls making ice cream.


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at (386) 754-4340.

Chili dinner
and auction
set Nov. 21
The Big Red Christmas Drive
will hold an all-you-can-eat
chili dinner and charity auction
on Friday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m.


at the Lakeside Community
Center. Donated items for the
auction are now being accepted.
For more information, please
call (352) 494-3320.

A gentleman is the one who
never hurts anyone's feelings
unintentionally.
-Oscar Wilde


Re-flect ~ ~


Steven A. Saunders:

Property Appraiser
Your Vote and.Support Nov. 4th will be greatly appreciated


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Saturday, Noviember 1, 2008
6 p.m. 10 p.m.
(Trick-or-Treat Night)

At Kirby Farm Lake Butler
(Take I-Iwy. 231 SIouth Past RMC, then Follow the Signs)

Games and Prizes for All Ages
Most Games $1.00, Children's Games $.50

Barbehue, Ho Dogs, Ppcornu and More

Moonwalks and Treat Street for Little Ones

lamntt l Trail Only lWeview Nights
Oct 24, 25, and 31 at 7 p.mn.

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Lt. Dennis Whaley and firefighter Frankie Ray look for a suspected liquid chlorine leak during
a training exercise. RIGHT: Charlie Cook has just helped extinguish a house fire in Lake Butler.
BELOW: Samuel Jackson and Frankie Ray fight a vehicle fire on SR 100.


LBVFD
The LBVFD
generally holds
between four
to five training
drills a month in
Lake Butler with
an average of
8-12 volunteers
in attendance.
Volunteer Fire
Chief Michael
Banks, along
with Michael
Cairel, Frankle
Ray and Charles
Cook, three
volunteer
firefighters
from Lake
Butler, recently
attended a four-
day, 40-hour
training course
on hazardous
materials in
White Springs.
They joined
Other fire
departments
from Lake
City, Georgia,
Mississippi,
Oklahoma
and Nevada to
receive training
on hazardous
materials
emergency
response for
rescue fire and
leak control.


LEFT: Volunteer firefighter
Lindsey Kirkland pauses
to wave for the camera
duringda training exercise
on flammable liquids
and dry chemical fire
extinguishers.

Learn more about the
Lake Butler Volunteer
Fire Department by
visiting them on the
Web at lakebutlervfr.
com.


There are 30 members of the LBVFD. They are Chief Michael
Banks, Asst. Chiefs Kevin Clark and Jerry Howell, Lt. Dennis
Whaley, Training Capts. Ron Gore and Murray Chappell, Lt.
Brian Fritz, Safety Officer Lori Ash, Chaplain Samuel Jackson,
Charlie Cook, Juanita Barton, Lonnie Norman, Frankie Ray,
James Jordan, Jerry Bryan, Lindsey Kirkland, Hardy Clyatt,
David Androlevich, Randall Crawford, Randy Jenkins, Cal'
Steward, Cody Douglas, Paul Bennefield, Ricky Jenkins,
Michael Cairel, Allyson Howell, Chris Rainey, Matt Fritz,
Timmy Bryant and Sunny Howell.


Woman Digs Tunnel From
Her House to Grocery Store
|.- BEXAR COUNTY- After applying Thera-Gesics to her
sore shoulders, Mary Ann W. dug a 3,927 foot tunnel
from her house directly to the entrance of her favorite
grocery store. When asked by curious onlookers why she
didn't just drive her car there, she "-
painlessly replied, "None of your
dang business!"
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TAX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD
County of Union
Tax Year 2008

Members of the Board
Karen E. Cossey, Board of County Commissioners, District No. 1
M. Wayne Smith, Board of County Commissioners, District No. 4
Alvin A. Griffis, School Board, District No. 2
Sal A. Perez, Business Owner Within the School District
Elery Griffis, Homestead Property Owner

The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meets each year to hear petitions and make decisions relating to property tax
assessments, exemptions, classifications, and tax deferrals.

Type of Poperty Reduction in
Number of
CountyTaxable Shift in Taxes
Parcels
Value
Reduced Withdrawn or Requested
Exemptions
Assessments Resolved Assessment
Change

Residential 21 24 1 14 12 $683,781 $12,885

Commercial 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Industrial and Misc 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Agricultural 14 14 0 0 0 1,220,754 22,683

High-Water Recharge 0 0 0 0 0 0
Historic Commercial or 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nonprofit
Business Machinery 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
and Equipment
Vacant Lots & Acreage 0 0 21 3 24 131,250 2,734
TOTALS 35 38 22 17 36 $2,035,785 $ 38,302


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Sixth grade Positive Tigers were (I-r) Michael Bryant, Tide Molina, Justin Schaeffer,
AJ Baker and Kierstin Jenkins. Edward Bernas was also a Positive Tiger, but is
pictured with the seventh grade students. Not pictured is Positive Tiger Madison
Ellis.

Fifth grade Positive Tigers were (left to right) Latia
Jackson, Iris Riveria, Austin Harden, Nick Thompson,
Robert Trueblood, Darian Robinson, Karsyn Jenkins
and Kindsey Norman.


BELOW: Eighth grade Positive Tigers were (back, I- .
r) Amber Regar, Dalton Southerland, MC Vinci, Billy
Tench, (front, I-r) Alexis Benefield, Kavia Bradley and
Garrett Thornton. Positive Tigers not pictured were .
Kevin Bradley and Jessica Loznicka.


Seventh grade Positive Tigers were (back row, I-r) Trevor Richardson, Josh Mabry,
Zorria Corbitt, Rico Lee Jr., Zach Green, James Suttles, (front, I-r) Jacque Husted,
Breanna Moppert, Jenny Thurman and 6th grader Edward Bernas. Positive Tigers
not pictured were Quadry Jenkins, Brittany Ferguson, Daquin Edwards and Brittany
Bryd.


UC band
director
thanks
community
Dear Editor:
I would like to say a great big
THANK YOU to the citizens
of Union County for all their
encouragement anchsupport for
the band prograiN 'k
Last Saturday, the Tiger Band
hosted the District IV Marching
Band Music Performance
Assessment (MPA) on the
UCHS campus. This is the
marching band version of the
FCAT during which each group
is evaluated by six judges
against a standard of excellence
outlined by the Florida
'Bandmaster's Association.
We had 15 bands in
attendance, totaling more than
1,000 performing students along
with. more than 200 volunteers
and nearly 1,000 spectators.
This was a huge event that
transformed our stadium and
campus into a fairground-type
atmosphere.
Everywhere I looked, people
seemed to be having a terrific
time. In fact,, the majority of
people that had only volunteered
for one shift opted to stay all
day because they were having
fun.
Many of the band directors
commented that this event
was the best one they had
attended and marveled at how


smoothly everything went. With
They were amazed at the level they
of community involvement they
We could not have put this and ei
outstanding event together
on such short notice without
the help of so many people
in the community. There were
countless hdurs spent toward The n,
planning and working the the
MPA.pro
I was amazed and delighted
with the many, individuals
inhtPiMt"ifl'"rrrw (ota ilW"'buTr'*
program who volunteered to 18
jump in and help. Of course,
I must recognize pur own band
parents for their tremendous
efforts toward our success.
They are awesome people who
love their kids and want to do
whatever they can to help them
be successful.,
1I have said since the day I
came to Union County five
years ago that this place is all
about their children. As an 2.16
educator, that means a great
deal. As a parent, it means 4.02'
everything! I knew from .
the instant I arrived here this 5.10"
was where I wanted to raise 5.19
my family. My children are
now in LBES and loving it 6.103
there! The last six weeks of 6.23
planning the MPA was simply 6
a confirmation of how great 1 6.242
know this county to be and how 6.37
much I love being a part of this
extraordinary community. 6.39
Thank you Union County for 6.40
truly being God's country!
Kelly Dorsey, Director 6.51
Union County Bands 8.17


Congress, every time
make a joke it's a law,
very time they make a
law it's a joke.
WILL ROGERS

action is prosperous on
whole, but how much
sperity is there in a
hole?
WILL,,.RQGES.
79-1935, American
Humorist, Actor
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SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES TO BE APPROVED FOR ADVERTISING
AT OCTOBER 28, 2008 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING


POLICY NO.


1
i (NEW)

3

2
(NEW)
(NEW)


(NEW)


POLICY TITLE
Prohibiting Discrimination, Including Sexual and
Other Forms of Harassment
Physical Education
Bullying and Harassment
Student Records
Appointment or Employment Requirements
Personal Leave
Family and Medical Leave
Professional Ethics
Report of Misconduct
Violation of Local, State, and/or Federal Laws
Complaints Against Employees
Bus Emergency Evacuation Drills


Fa ll Fes t iva l with

Trunk or Treat
Come join us at First Baptist Church on
October 30th for a great time of family fun!!
From 8:00 pm 8:00 pm we'll have carnival booths w/ prizes.
train ride, hayride, horse rides, inflatable slide, inflatable
bouncers, basketball, a boxing rink, hotdogs, nachos 8 cheese,
snowcones, popcorn,
cotton candy, 8 live music! Then, at 8:00 pm we will have
"Trunk or Treat." This is the time for the children to go'
trunk to trunk for candy, candy, candy!!
ALSO... every family who registers will be entered
to win a family 4 pack of tickets to..
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party R
Disney World!
For more info call (388) 496-3704 .
195 E Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054



FREE FREE FREE
ALL Ri s! ALL Games! ALL Food!
Come one, come ALL!


To ALL Union County Citizens,
This is the last opportunity to address you before the November 4th election. I
would like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for allowing me to visit with
you the past several months. Thank you for sharing your concerns and needs with me.

If.elected as YOUR District 3 County Commissioner
0 I will voice YOUR concerns and issues
0 1 will actively work to keep our community a place
where people want to work and live.
0 I want YOUR tax money spent wisely and efficiently
0 I will be unbiased rnd open minded
01f elected I will .ik- i'r strive to be readily available for
your pr'Hkun, and concerns. 352-745-6015


YourVOTE


onTUESDAY

Would Be
Greatly
Appreciated!
Doyle

Thank you for your
support in advance.


Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for and approved by Doyle Williams, Democrat for County Commissioner, District 3.









October 30, 2008


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40 automatic, cold air, excel- 48
lent condition. $2,495, Homes for Sale
Notice call 904-504-3802. Homes or Sale
EQUAL HOUSING OP- BAD CREDIT CAR LOANS HANDYMAN SPECIAL
PORTUNITY. All real CALL JERROD to find 3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
estate advertising in this out why with $500 down, St. Starke, $55,500. Call
newspaper is subject to creditdoesn'tmatter. Call 352-745-0039.
the Federal Fair Housing 904-964-2277. HANDYMAN SPECIAL
Act of 1968 which makes .2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
it illegal to advertise "any 45 St! Starke, $49,500. Call
preference, limitation, or Land for Sale 352-745-0039.
discrimination based on PRICED FOR QUICK SALE $69,900 3/2 WITH APPLI-
race, color, religion, sex 1.75 ACRES, BEAU- ANCES BUILT ON YOUR
or national origin, or an in- TIFUL HIGH AND DRY LOT Goto www.dugard-
tention to make any such PASTURE LAND. Mobile construction.com or call
preference, limitation or homes and horses al- 904-259-5008.
discrimination." Familial owed. Asking$25K.Call BEAUTIFUL HAMPTON
status includes children Marena Palmer at Smith LAKE NEIGHBORHOOD
under the age of 18 living & Smith Realty,904-422- with paved roads and
with parents or legal cus- 0470 or 904-964-9222 restricted development.
todiahs, pregnant women (owner/agent). 3 large bedrooms and
and people securing cus- STARKE/LAKE BUTLER 2 baths, 2,358 total sq
tody of children under AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4 ft, built in 2004. Bonus
18. This newspaper will acre lots with pond and 1/2 bath in double ga-
not knowingly accept any river. Granddaddy oaks rage. Approx. 1.5 acres,
advertising for real estate and rolling hills. Call 386- high and dry. A steal at
which is in violation of 496-0683 or 352-284- $189,900. Online pho-
the law. Our readers 7608. tos: http://home.alliel.
are hereby informed that FOR RENT FURNISHED net/williamskd/. Call 352-
all dwellings advertised 2BR MOBILE HOME. 468-2312.
in this newspaper are Shed, patio, large fenced 49
available on an equal yard. Very clean, service M bile Homes
opportunity basis. To animals only. $650/mth M bile H
complain of discrimina- plus security. 10 miles for Sale
tion, call HUD toll-free at west of Starke. Call 3Q6- HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
1-800-669-9777, the toll- 496-0683. SALE Own your own
free telephone number home From $499 to
for the hearing impaired 47$575/mth. Flexible fi-
is 1-800-927-9275. For Commercial nancing. For more infor-
further information call rpert Rent .. action, call Hidden Oak
SFlorida Commission on al, Pr"- Mobile Home.Park at
Human Relations, Lis" LteaSerSat"' ... :-86-496-8111.
Sutherland 850-488-7082 NEW PROFESSIONAL OF- RENTTOOWN, PAYMENTS
ext#1005. FICES at 417 West Call FROM $385/MTH. For
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS- Street for lease. Ideal for details, call Hidden Oak.
ING should be submitted medical, legal, account- Mobile Home Park, 386.
to the Starke office ine ing or business offices. 496-8111.
writing & paid in advance $350 including utilities
unless credit has already and taxes, or all 4 offices
been established with for$290eachplusutilities ROOMS
this office. A $3.00 SER- and taxes. Call 352-275- OR EN
.VICE CHARGE will be 8531 today for a walk FOR REN
added to all billings to through. Economy Inn
coverpostage&handling. OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF SPACE FOR RENT Late, FL
CANNOT BE HELD RE- 3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS- SQ FT. Bradford Indus- Low Daily & Weekly Rates
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED trial Park. $800/mth for Daily Rm Service
ADVERTISINGS TAKEN each bay. Smith & Smith Microwave Cable/HBO
OVER THE PHONE. Realty, 904-964-9222. Refrigerator- Lcal Phone
Deadline is Tuesday FOR RENT: COMMERCIAL
it 12 noon prior to that BUILDING, 2 miles north (904) 782-3332
Thursday's publication, of city limits on 301. Ap-
'.iinimum charge is $9:50 prox. 1800 sq ft, enclosed
for the first 20 words, with 20' roofed frontage.
then 20 cents per word 20'x30' Separate building
thereafter, included. 3 bays with
42 garage doors. $750/mth, l/l Mobile Home w/lA
first and last required
Motor Vehicles with $500 security de- secunty.
1998 F150 FORD PICK-UP posit. Call 904-964-96-3370 21 T x
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Apartments

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2, 3 and 4 Bedrooms
Starting at $579.00/Mo.
W/D hook-ups Pool
*Computer Room Fitness'Center*
Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

Call 904-368-000,7


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
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Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
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TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
know about or don't
plan for? Then buy my
2009 28x80 for $68,700
or my 28'W 2009 3BR
for $47,700. Includes
permits, well, septic and
power ole, all hook-ups,
set-up, A/C, skirting and
steps. No impact fees
included. Call Bruce or
Lynn at 386-344-3908.
NO MONEY DOWN 100%
FINANCING for veterans,
VAfinancing and 100% for
land owners. FHA loans.
Call 352-378-2453, Bruce
or Lynn at Gene, .Jim and
Roy's Westgate Homes.
50 years in business.
ATTENTION! QUALITY
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of Merit, Town Homes,
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ake access $450/mo &


;ess. $500/mo & security


* 1/1 Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo &
security.
* 1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
unfurnished in Melrose area $650/mo & security
* 3/2 MH in Hampton $675/mo & security.
* 3/2 Home in Melrose, Clay County $850/mo &
Security.
*3/1.5 Home in Keystone $900/mo & security
* 2/1 Cottage in /Earleton $925/mo & security.
* 4/2.5 Home on Bedford Lake $950/mo &
security
*4/3 on Lake SantaFe $1,500/mo & security.


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homes without calling
352-378-2453, ask for
Bruce or Lynn. Guar-
anteed lowest prices in
Florida.
SUPER BUY NEW 2008
3/216X80-SET-UP AND
DELIVERY. $29,942, ap-
pliances included. Call
Bruce or Lynn at 352-
378-2453.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME 3/2, $4K OBO.
Outside in good shape,
inside needs work. Must
move. Call 352-468-
3238.
BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
3/2 ON ONE PRIVATE
ACRE. Close to town,
one block off SR21, large
decks. Call 352-475-
3975.
BRAND NEW 2009 FLEET-
WOOD 32X80, $69,900.
Delivered, setup, skirting
and steps installed. Call
904-259-8028.
2009 SCOTBILT 28X72,
$79,900. 2x6 exterior
walls, tape and textured
throughout, delivered,
setup, A/C, skirting and
steps installed. Call 904-
259-8028.
MUST SELL- BRAND NEW
2008 28X56 FLEET-
WOOD, $35,900. Call
904-259-8028.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 acres, one mile road
frontage. $6,000peracre.
Call 904-259-8028.
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE-
WIDE DELIVERED AND
SET-UP, $37,900. Land/
home packages starting
at $650/mth. Reposavail-
able., Call Homemart at
352-307-2244.
BANK REPOS START-
ING, AT $5,000. Call for
current inventory, save
thousands. All makes.
and models. Call Allstar,
352-622-9910.
50
For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
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Smith & Smith Realty

;Sheila Daugherty,
Realor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2BR/IBA, Corer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED....$59,500
* 3BR/IBA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Seller will
pay up to $1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....
.....................................................$99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lot on
canal at Crosby Lake ....................$37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
.............................REDUCED $29,950
* Two I-Acre lots in Ci of Starke
Each ........... ............. ........... 17,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.R.16 E. Starke MUST SELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212 sq. ft. Starke ............. $147,200
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq. ft. Starke....................... 149,900
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Ask About The New $7.500 First Time Homebuver Credit!


Refinance &
Purchases
- FHA- VA
~ Conventional
~ New
Construction
- Home Equity
Loans
- Mobile
Home/Land


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Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BRORLAKEFRONT2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at
$579. W/D hook-ups,
fitness center, computer
room, pool. Pets wel-
come. Whispering Oaks
Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STUDIO APARTMENT -
UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$400/mth. First and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/1 WITH CH/A, VERY
NICE, ONE MILE from
Super WalMart in Starke.
Washer and dryer includ-
ed. Call 386-562-3408,
KEYSTONE RENTAL- 3/2.
$750/mth rent plus $800
deposit. Trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus $800
security deposit. Trash
and pest control included,
service animals only. Call
352-47p-8055.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS'
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security. Call 904-964-
4303.
2/1 IN RAIFORD ON CR229.
$500/MTH, FIRST AND
LAST plus $500/dep. Call
386-431-1917 or 904-
966-1396..
BRADFORD ST., STARKE
3/2 CLOSE TO STARKE
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KEYSTONE 2/1.5 ON
LITTLE LAKE GENEVA.
Paved road, lakeview,
large lot. $450/mth, $500/
sec. Call 352-475-2830.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
3/1 with heat and air,
stove and refrigerator,
furnished. $575/mth,
$400/dep. Call 386-496-
3253.
KEYSTONE 4/2 WITH CA-
THEDRAL CEILINGS,
CH/A, remodeled, carpet,
wooded lot, close to bike
path. References, $795/
mth. Call 352-317-5880.
KEYSTONE 2/1, CH/A,
HOUSE ON HALF MOON
LAKE. 2 acres, 12x24
shed, partially fenced.
References, $595/mth.
Call 352-317-5880.
2/1.5 MOBILE HOME
WITH FRONT SCREEN
PORCH AND UTILITY
ROOM. $500/mth, many
extras, senior discount.
Call 904-964-8218.
WALDO VILLAS 1 & 2BR
APARTMENTS AVAIL-
ABLE. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.


4/2 COUNTRY HOME -
SOME PASTURE. Lo-
cated in Providence/
Worthington Springs
area. CH/A, $925/mth:
Call 386-496-2354.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT 3/1 IN CITY LIM-
ITS. $500/mth, $500/dep.
Also, 3/2 on SR121. Ref-
erences required, call
904-364-8535.
HOME FOR RENT 2/2
NEAR STARKE COUN-
TRY CLUB. $550/mth,
includes laundry room.
Call 904-769-9616.
COVE APARTMENTS 1/1
FOR RENT. Call for de-
tails, 904-891-6779.
STARKE 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME WITH
CH/A. $600/mth plus'
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
4/4 HOME ON 1.3 ACRES
LOW 100'S near Starke
Country Club. Also,
builder's lot, 1.25 acres,
$29,500. Call 904-769-
9616.
3/2 MOBILE HOME ON 1.5
ACRES. Nice country
setting, fenced-in yard


pump, new windows,
carpet and wood floors.
Family safe neighbor-
hood. Big, open back
yard for privacy. First, last
and deposit. $750 each,
references required. Call
814-257-9825.
FOR RENT BY OWNER
2/2 on 1/2 acre. Also,
1997 SWMH and DWMH,
3/2 starting at $7,000.
Call 352-318-9262.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
EXTRA CLEAN MOBILE
HOME. Available No-
vember 20. Safe, quiet
lakeview near town.
S$550/mth plus deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-5214. Senior
discount.
FLORAHOME 1/1 WITH.
DEN, KITCHEN AND
ELECTRIC A/C, cable
TV, front and side porch.
$600/mth, call 904-759-
5873 or evenings at 386-
659-1621.
STARKE 2/2 OLDER
HOUSE WITH COM-
PUTER ROOM/OFFICE.
CH/A, appliances. First,
last and security. Credit
and background check,
$625/mth. Call 904-259-
4126.
MOBILE HOME 3/1 ON
LAKE, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS (Clay County).
$550/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-494-0057.
2 GREAT HOMES ONE
IS 2,900 SQ FT, 4/3 on
historic street. The other
is a beautiful lakeview
custom home, remodeled.
Both $1,100/mth OBO.
Call 904-887-8451.
LAKE HOUSE FOR RENT
2/1 ON SILVER LAKE.
$550/mth plus utilities.
Deposit is first month' and
last.month. Call 352-


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* with tile floors. $700/mth,
call 352-494-1028.
LARGE MOBILE HOME
3/2, ALL ELECTRIC,
CH/A. $550/mth, call
904-964-6445.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKE FRONT 3/1.5
HOUSE in quiet country
setting. CH/A. Kitchen/
living room combina-
tion with full brick wall
fireplace. Washer/dryer
hook-ups and attached
storage shed. Water,
septic, security lights and
outside mowing included.
$700/mth, first, last and
security. Call 352-475-
3440.
2/1 HOUSE WITH LAKE
VIEW/LAKE ACCESS to
Smith Lake in Keystone.
Washer/dryer included.
$625/mth plus $800/dep.
Call 904-614-7170.
3/1 HOUSE IN STARKE
WASHER/DRYER
HOOK-UP. $675/mth
plus $825/dep. Call 904-
614-7170.
LEASE OR RENT TO OWN
CLEAN 2/1 SWMH on
75'x120' fenced lot close
to shopping in Starke.
Safe, quiet "all houses"
neighborhood. $550/mth
plus deposit. Senior dis-
count. Consider small
pet. Call 352-473-5214.
MOBILE HOME 2/1 IN
MELROSE Nice, open
layout. $450/mth plus
$300 security denosit.
Call 352-475-2761.
12X70 TRAILER, 2/1.5 -
VERY CLEAN. $500/mth,.
$400/dep. First and last
month's rent required.
Call 904-782-3380 or
904-782-3367.
3/1 HOME DOWNTOWN
STARKE. Quiet, nice
neighborhood, all appli-
ances. $825/mth, call
786-525-1116.
HIGH END STUDIO LOFT
APARTMENT Stainless
steel appliances, washer/
Sdryer, wood floors. $725/
Smith, call 786-525-1116.
3/2 CUSTOM BUILT HOME
WITH CH/A. Modern,
Clean on Lake Sampson
with deck, dock, canal,
boat slip and much more.
$1,100/mth, call 904-964-
4005.
3/2 WITH CH/A AND ALL
NEW APPLIANCES.
Very clean, in good area.
S$575/mth, call 904-368-.
0832.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE
SACRE- CH/A, deck, quiet
Area, service animals only.
$625/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-284-3310.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE WITH CH/A. Ser-
-vice animals only, $485/
:-mth plus deposit. Call
.;352-284-3310.
DOWNTOWN KEYSTONE
:;ON LAKE KEYSTONE,
2/2 with new carpet, paint
:.and tile. $950/mth plus
:$500 security deposit.
^Service ean
'340 Magnolia Ave ,
:-Genesis Fitness. Avail-
able now, 352-284-5753.
2/1 MOBILE HOME WITH
::A/C, GAS HEAT. Lake
.,Geneva area, $450/mth,
.-first, last and $500 secu-
'rity. Service animals only.
-Call 386-336-5617.
32 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
SHOME $575/mth, first
-.month rent plus security/
-cleaning deposit. Country
setting. Call Monday-Fri-
.day, 3:30pm-9:00pm only
.or weekends, 9am-9pm.
7Call 904-964-6997.
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2/2 with garden tub,
shower and walk-in closet
in master bedroom. On
paved road, $550/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-1288 or 352-473-
6462.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
FQR SALE WOLF HY-
BRID, REGISTERED.
Had shots, 9.mths old,
$150 OBO. Call 904-
966-6466.
SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
HUND MIX PUPPIES,
$150. Chihuahua and
Dachshund mix puppies,
$150. Wood for sale, $75/
load, oak and pecan, you
pick up. Also, full blooded
Siamese kittens, $100
each, male and female,
parents on premises. Call
386-431-1404.
PEEK-A-POO PUPPIES
ALL SHOTS AND
HEALTH CERTIFIED.
Very cute and cuddly,
$375. Chihuahua pup-
pies, 1 long hair, 1 short
hair, $300 and $200.
Shots and health cer-
tificates, call 352-468-
3910.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE AT 515 ALTON
RD. Saturday, November
1st, 8:30am-?
LARGE 2 FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 8am-3pm.
Clothes and tools, pets
and supplies, aquariums.
Hampton, CR325 across
from Su-Els, 9995 Pros-
pect Ave.
YARD SALE NOVEMBER
1, 8:30AM. Hampton,
SR18E next to Macedo-
nia Church. All types of
items.
BIG YARD SALE FRIDAY.
301N to Morgan Rd., one
mile, blue vinyl house.
Furniture, lots of items
very cheap.
SATURDAY, 8AM 12036
SE 21STAVE. Like new
wall mounted gas heater,
ventless propane fireplace
with tank, lots more.
MOVING SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, No-
Vember 7th and 8th,
8am-2pm. 6337 Semi-
nole St., Kingsley Lake.


Large wooden playset,
household items, clothes,
children's games.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
1ST, 7AM-?. Misc. items.
Hwy 301N, left at 183rd
St., follow signs.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
POSTMASTER VILLAGE
8157 MERRIAN RD.
Housewares, clothes,
toys, CDs, books and
more. Friday, October 31
and Saturday, November
1st, 8am-4pm.
POSTMASTER VILLAGE
8157 MERRIAN RD.
Housewares, clothes,
toys, CDs, books and
more. Friday, October31
and Saturday, November
1, 8am-4pm.
RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, Oc-
tober 31 and November
1, 9am-4pm. American
Legion Post, 21N, across
from Sabos.
COMMUNITY YARD SALE
IN ASHLEY LAKE Hom-
eowners Association, fol-
low signs. Lots of good-
ies, household items.
Saturday, 9am-3pm.
GARAGE SALE SATUR-
DAY, NOVEMBER 11,
8AM-? 598 SE 4th Ave.,
Melrose. Misc. items.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
LOTS AND LOTS OF
children's'clothing from
birth to 4 years old. Lots
of name brands and
other household items.
Wednesday through Fri-
day after 9am till dark.
5565 CR352.
LARGE MULTI FAMILY
YARD SALE. Furniture,
metal file cabinet, chil-
dren's clothes and toys,
household goods. All
nice condition. Saturday,
November 1 and Satur-
day, November 8. Take
E CR214 to Monongahela
to 5499 Jefferson St (fol-
low signs).
55
Wanted
WANTED -10-12 BIG LAY-
ING HENS and one roost-
er. Call 904-504-3802.
NEW CONSIGNMENT
STORE OPENING on
US301 South in Starke.
A New Leaf is now tak-
ing consignments. Call
904-964-LEAF for ap-
pointment.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-


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*Land Cleprning *Demolition
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16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091


ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
COMPUTER NEW DELL
2-GIG XP PENTIUM 512
MB, 2 speakers, wireless
mouse and keyboard. 17"
LCD screen, many extras
with 4yr warranty, $900.
Call 386-496-0016.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL WASHERS and
dryers, new type $95
and up each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
"BEAN BAG" CHAIR AND
FOOT REST- BOUGHT
AT COURDUROY'S at
the mall less than a year
ago. Have no room for
it. Dark brown suede.
Inside seat is queen size
bed, and inside foot rest is
queen size pillow. Excel-
lent condition, washable.
Paid over $500, asking
$100 OBO. Please call
386-431-1741, leave
message. Great Christ-
mas gift!l
FARM FRESH GREENS,
ALL KINDS. For informa-
tion, call Wayne or Suzie
at 904-964-5456.
PRO-FORM EXERCISE
BICYCLE, $100. Life
style cardio fit machine,
$75. RCA 20" TV, $50.
Allegro VCR, $25. Call
904-964-5748.


16FT EQUIPMENT TRAIL,
dual axle, fold down
ramps, $900. Call 386-
659-2173 or 386-916-
6585.
AMPLIFIER: AMPEG SVT
4-PRO HEAD with 8x10
classic cabinet. Guitar:
Ibanez SRX 700 sound
gear 4 string bass with
hardshell case and boss
RC50 loop station. All
in great condition. Best
offer accepted. Raiford
area, call Terrence at 904-
796-1116.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has.money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or notl Will pick
up anywhere. $125 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. All
hours, all ages. CPR and
first aid certified. Call for
info, 386-496-1062.
JP'S DIRT AND TRACTOR
WORK. We haul, fill dirt,
hardpan, topsoil, gravel,
rock, slag. You need
it, we can get it... .Call


904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
LOVING CHILDCARE IN
MY HOME. Newborn
.and up, $80/wk. Monday
through Friday, referenc-
es available. Please call
352-473-4556.
PRIVATE CAREGIVER -
RUN ERRANDS, doctors
appointments, can do live-
ins. Excellent references,
25 years experience. Call
Mrs. Billie at 352-475-
3900 or 352-328-1883,
Lake Area.
64
Business
Opportunities
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
VERY BUSY CARRIER
100% O/0. Pull vans,
flats or tanks in Florida
SE, Midwest and West,
out and back. Paid empty
and loaded, fuel card, no
fees, paid, fuel tax, home
weekends. Call 904-781-
0457 or 800-606-8344.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
all shifts. Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
Rd., Starke, FL 32091,
904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-


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* Crushcrete Masonry Sand
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Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
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AUCTION!


Gigantic Benefit Auction

Friends Helping Friends, Inc.
Helping Thousands of People That Can Not Help Themselves
This is the first auction in this location. We take donations of most anything. This is a good
auction to buy your choice of merchandise at your price. All merchandise in excellent condition.
NO JUNK!
Items for sale, but not limited to are as follows: BR suits, LR suits, DR suits, Bedding, Chests,
LR tables, Dinettes, Exercise Equipment, Freezers, Washers & Dryers, Ranges, A/C, Lawn &
Garden, Mowers, Power Tools & Hand Tools, Generators, Air Compressors. So much more,
and too much to list. Also, several antique pieces of furniture, glass and china, etc.


Location of Auction:



Time of Sale:


3 miles north of Starke on US 301
Behind the Old Trolley Factory

7 pm, Saturday, Nov. 1
Thereafter same location, EVERY 1st and 3rd Saturday night of
every month. Doors open at 6 pm for your review of merchandise.


Attn: Dealers & Public invited. Bring your largest truck. Come early and plan to stay late. This
is a very large sale.

Terms of sale: Cash, cashier check or good check. 10% Buyer's Premium will to applied to
every sale. Same as all other auctions.
For more information, call 904-504-3802


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efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
ADVERTISING SALES
PERSON NEEDED for
online news magazine.
Large percentage com-
missions available. Pos-
sible $400-$800 every
2 weeks. Bradford and
Alachua counties and any
appropriate web based
businesses. Call David
at 904-894-2052.
SALES CONSULTANT -
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening for
sales consultant. Position
offers competitive com-
pensation and benefits
package. Apply in per-
son at 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
POSTAL JOBS $17.89-
$28.27/HR NOW HIR-
ING. Paid training is pro-
vided. For appointment
and free government job
info, call American As-
sociation of Labor at 913-
599-8226, 24hrs, emp.
serv.
POSTAL JOBS TO $18.45/
HR AND WILDLIFE JOBS
TO $21.80/HR. For ap-.
pointment and exam infd,
call 800-354-0351 ext


fi103, federaljobservice.
com.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED IN
STARKE Family practice
for front desk person.
Part or full time. Must
be friendly, have good
people skills, be a team
player, able to verify insur-
ances on ability and able
to make excellent collec-
tions from patients. Must
have these qualifications
to apply. Fax resume to
Office Manager at .904-
964-1884.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CLASS A OR B CDL.
Clean record. WCC Site
Development, 352-485-
2779.


RANCH NEEDS STRONG,
HEALTHY WOMAN to
help with chores in ex-
change for private room,
bath and board. Light
housekeeping, some
cooking. Other jobs ok as
long as it doesn't interfere.
Owner is senior. Call
352-478-9546 or 352-
478-4556.
RN NEEDED FULLTIME.
Every other weekend.
Must be a team player
and pass FDLE back-
ground. Apply in person
at Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab, ask for Sharon.
FELLER-BUNCHER OPER-
ATOR NEEDED Excel-
lent pay, 904-796-0610.


CNAs

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SThe Union County
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35 W. Main St. The offiCe is
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Kirby Pharmacy.


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UCHS marching band' during
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The clinic will begin
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p.m.
Monday, Nov. 3,from 9a.m.-
7 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m.
until the election returns.


Project grad
meeting set
Parents of seniors in the class
of 2009 are urged to attend the
next Project Grad meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 13, in Marcie
Tucker's classroom at Lake
Butler Middle School. Several
volunteers are still needed for
the event.

UCHS '93
sets reunion
The Union County High
School class of 1993 will hold
its 15-year class reunion on


Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at
the Lulu Community Center.
The cost is $15 per person.
Please RSVP to uchs1993@
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(Hundley) Park at (904) 334-
2741, Tiffany (Davis) Roseke
at (386) 623-1393 or George
Green at (352) 214-5512.

Hunter family
reunion set
The William Miles Hunter
family reunion will be held
Saturday, Nov. 1, at 11 a.m. in
Nelle Bly's Kitchen located at
the Stephen Foster Memorial in
White Springs.
The Hunter family arrived in
Hamilton County around 1923.
Prior to that, they migrated from
Valdosta and Lake Park areas.
If you are (or think you may
be) a relative, you are cordially
invited. For more information,
contact Jim Martin at (386)
- 365-3666.


Swine Assoc.
to meet
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet Monday,
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Southside
Elementary School in Starke.
All meetings are mandatory
in order to participate in the
swine show at the Bradford
Fair.


Health Fair
rescheduled
for Nov. 14
The Union County Health
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from 9 a.m.-l p,m. at Lake-,
Butler Hospital. There will
be free screenings, prizes and
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Section B: Thursday, October 30, 2008



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


Sitting in front of the quilts they made are Windsor the quilts, but also making plans as to what family
-Manor residents (from left) Thelma Griffis, Lettie Smith members or friends would eventually receive them.
and Peggy Kirk. These ladies not only enjoyed making They think of it as creating new family heirlooms.



Putting talented fingers to work


Residents of
Starke's Windsor
Manor resume use
of their lifelong,
artistic skills
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Peggy Kirk has accumulated
items throughout her life that
have special meaning and \ill
be passed along to family)
members. That makes her no
different froima lot of the other
residents at Windsor Manor
Nursing Home in Starke.
However, Kirk and several
residentS: hate pur their artistic


talents to work to not only
keep themselves busy, but to
create new family heirlooms.
Six Windsor Manor
residents spent the past year
working on quilts, and the
activity has brought back a
flood of memories as well as
giving them something to look
for%.ard to during the day. As
Kirk put it, the act of quilting
makes her feel good, happy
and content.
"It's my treasure," she said.
"I love it. I think it's fantastic
for people to sew with their
hands." ,----
It is Kirk's intent to give her
quilt to her great-
granddaughter. but not yet.


Kirk fiercely proclaims the
quilt will stay with her at the
nursing home while she's still
alive.
She's proud of her work, but
she's not the only one. Elaine
Taylor, the activities director
at the nursing home, said the
Windsor Manor employees all
have to stop and look at the
quilts when they pass by them.
"They could put a price on
these quilts, and they could sell
them," Taylor said.
Taylor said credit goes to
Debbie Beck for being the
spark 'that jumpstarted the
quilting approximately a year
ago. It was a way of giving
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something to do with their
hands in between scheduled
projects. The ladies wanted to
busy themselves, and they took
to the project with joy,
employing skills they were
quite familiar with, but which
are not quite so prevalent
today.
"It's almost a lost art," said
Kirk, whose grandmotlier
'taught.her to quilt when she
was 3. "The average woman
nowadays wouldn't think of
sitting down and doing
something like that."
The skills used in quilting
were once a necessity, Taylor
said. Now, though, the act of
sitting down and using those
skills again has brought about
reminisces from those bygone
days, which Taylor has
enjoyed. She has heard the'
ladies talk about various topics
See TALENTS, p. 12B


Community honors

Reddish, supports

education


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Becky Reddish was a true
professional. She was a true
friend.
Some of the people who
knew Reddish well and
worked closely with her said
as much, but a tribute to the
late Bradford County schools
administrator was more than
an opportunity to say kind
words. It was a chance to raise
funds for the recently
established Becky Reddish
Memorial Scholarship, which
will be made available from
Santa Fe College to Bradford
County students.
"I think it is fitting that we
are here to honor Becky's
memory with a scholarship for
education," said Scott Roberts,
who worked with Reddish
during the formation of the
Bradford County Education
Foundation as well as with the
teacher incentive program.
"This combines her love for-
and importance (she placed
upon)-education with her
love for the community and
the people in it."
"A Tribute to Becky" was
held Oct. 17 at Madison Street
Baptist Church in Starke.
Approximately $7,000 was
raised for the scholarship fund
as guests enjoyed breakfast
before listening to the
memories of six people who
said they were truly honored to
have the opportunity to talk
about Reddish.
"The last time I spoke on a
.microphone, I was standing
next to. Becky as she honored
me," said Donna Tew, .the
reading coach at. Bradford
High, School. "Now, it's my
privilege to. be. able.to hojor
her."
Tew said' Reddish was her
role model-one she misses
every day. Reddish was killed
in a March' 18 automobile
accident.
Prior to the accident,
Reddish called Tew and left a
message on 'her answering
machine. Tew returned the


call. Reddish invited .her to
lunch, saying she had some
good news to tell Tew.
"I asked her for a hint," Tew
said. "She wouldn't give me
one. I'll never know for sure
what her good news was. I just
know that I'd give anything for
one more lunch date or
shopping trip with her, or even
one more meeting because
each time I was with her,
either personally or
professionally, I learned from
her because she had so many
gifts."
Tew said Reddish had five
gifts: she was able to choose
one sentence to say to
someone that would make that
person feel as if he or she was
the most important person on
the planet; she could utter a
phrase to someone that would
change a person's
circumstance, day or life for
the better; she lived by
example; she was able to put
things in perspective; and she
was able to make a positive
difference in people's lives.
Carlton Faulk, the
superintendent of schools in
Union County, worked with
Reddish when he was principal
at Bradford High School and
she was assistant principal. He
spoke of Reddish's traits,
which matched those gifts
mentioned by Tew. Faulk said
Reddish made a person feel
important when she talked to
him or her, while also
possessing a knack of finding a
way to make positive things
happen for students and'staff.
"To know Becky was to be
enriched and made better by
her," Faulk said. "She truly
was a people person."
Reddish was a..professional
at all times, but was caring in
her interaction with students,
Faulk said. She was..fair and
consistent, he said, and made
his job easier.
"I never had to second guess
any decision she made," Faulk
said. "That was a comfort to
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..SPD tasked
with school
audit report
Investigation
The report of an independent
auditor charging
misappropriation of funds at
Starke Elementary School has
been made available to .the
Starke Police Department.
The findings indicate written
evidence of missing funds of
approximately $5,100 from
the school's bookkeeping
department.
The district became involved
when vendors called to say
they had not received
payments, according to
Superintendent Harry
Hatcher. All internal accounts
throughout the district are
examined at the end of a fiscal
year, and that includes groups
like the PTOs, Hatcher said.
The independent audit
includes the fiscal year and
the time period in question
from July 1-Sept. 25, 2008.
A criminal investigation will
be conducted by SPD.

Two crashes
on Saturday
on U.S. 301
A 22-year-old Maxville man
was arrested Oct. 25 after his
1999 Chevrolet rear-ended a
... vehicle stopped in traffic on
U.S. 301 south of Starke.
Justin Lee Thomas was
charged with reckless driving
with property damage,
according to Starke Patrolman
Sliawn Brown. Thomas was
seen.swerving in and out of
traffic prior to the crash near
the Commercial Circle
intersection at 10:47 a.m.,
Patrolman Brown said.
Estimated damage was
$2,000.
Thomas was released from
custody when a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.
A 50-year-old Starke man
w.. was charged with driving
under the influence after his
vehicle struck another vehicle
Oct. 25 on U.S. 301 at C.R.
100A.
David Bruce Harper was
arrested by Starke Patrolman
Shawn Brown. Harper's 1991
Dodge pickup was traveling
60 mph in a 35 mph zone at
2:40 p.m., Patrolman Brown
said. Harper's blood-alcohol
j evel was .21 percent at the
time of his arrest. Estimated
damage to the vehicles
involved was $1,000 each,
Patrolman Brown said.
Bond for the DUI charge
was set at $5,000.
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Santa Fe College plans for


inaugural barbecue event


Monster trucks like "Nail It," pictured above, will be
part of a free event in Starke the weekend of Nov. 7-
8 at the Bradford County Fairgrounds.


Faith-based
group to
bring monster
trucks to BC
Monsters on a Mission will
be hosting a frec monster-truck
event at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 7-8, at 7 p.m.
each night.
The event, referred to as an
extreme faith-based
motorsports event, is designed
to encourage community unity,
provide free family
entertainment and share the
message of salvation. Gates
open at 5 p.m. Seating is
limited, but people will be
allowed to bring la\vn chairs.
As a faith-based
organization, Monsters on a
Mission is looking for the
support of businesses and
churches. Joey Stathas of
Monsters on a Mission said
members of churches, for
example, can help with
counseling, registration,
parking, etc. It's a way, Stathas
said, of churches of different
denominations to work
together toward a common
goal.
If you would like to help
with this event or would like to
learn more about Monsters on
a Mission, please call Joey
Stathas or Melissa Stathas at
(352) 812-3024. You may also
log oito the Web site


www .monstersonamission.
com.

Swine
Association
to meet
Nov. 10
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet Monday,
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Southside
Elementary School in Starke..
All meetings are mandatory.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe College is hoping
people's love of barbecue
results in bucks- Pig Bucks, to
be exact.
The college has replaced its
annual fall festival in Bradford
County with Bradford Fest, a
series of events scheduled to
take place between November
and February. The main event
is a barbecue cook-off called
Boots-N-BBQ, which will be
held Feb. 20-21 at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The event, which will feature
professional and backyard
Divisions, is being sanctioned
by the. Florida Bar-B-Que
Association.
"We want this to be the
premier event in north Florida
for years to come," said
lDennis Schmitz, a
representative of the' Florida
Bar-B-Que Association.
The event is :not only a
competition, but a chance for
civic organizations, church
groups, etc., to iaise money
and a chance for! the general
public to enjoy some good
food and entertainment.
Admission for the general


public is $3. Once inside the
fairgrounds, people will be
able to purchase Pig Bucks-
the only currency that will be
accepted at the event. -
Pig Bucks and the event in
general were described to city
of Starke officials and
supporters of Santa Fe College
at a dinner at the Starke Golf
and Country Club on Oct. 27.
The dinner included-of
course-barbecue, which was
prepared by Steve Denmark.
Schmitz, who pledged to do
everything in his power to
make the inaugural event
Successful, stressed the real
key is to get the community
involved. People like
Denmark, he said, must
participate. Though the event
does have a professional
division, which could draw as
many as 10-15 teams from
outside of the area, Schmitz
said, a backyard division will
allow anyone to compete for
cash prizes, trophies and
ribbons.
The problem, Schmitz said,
is many people are intimidated
about entering such cook-offs,
fearing their barbecue is not
good enough. However, people


love eating barbecue, he said,
and there is nothing that
someone cooks that won't be
enjoyed by someone. Plus, the
Florida Bar-B-Que Association
will conduct a seminar for
backyard teams, instructing
them on how to compete in
such an event.
Kathryn Lehman, Santa Fe
College's coordinator of
cultural programs, said she
hopes the division attracts
teams from churches, civic
groups, law enforcement
agencies, fire departments and
businesses. It's an opportunity,
she said, for Bradford County
to showcase some of its talent.
"I really believe Bradford
County has some of the best
cooks in north Florida,"
Lehman said.
People who attend the event
will have the chance, of
course, to eat barbecue.
Schmitz said at least four of
the professional teams will sell
their food to the general public
(many teams will prepare food
for judging only), while those
who compete in the backyard
division may sell their food-as
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me."
Faulk said Reddish was
placed in charge of the high
school's Golden B award,
which had lost some of its
luster over the years, by former
principal Wayne McLeod.
That award, he said, became
prominent again and sought
after by students because of
Reddish's efforts.
"Becky saw the need to give
this award new life, and she
did it," Faulk said.
Faulk counted it a blessing
to have had Reddish as his
assistant principal while at
Bradford High School.
Another principal in the
county, Brooker Elementary
School's Lynn- Melvin, said
she was blessed to have had
Reddish as a part of her life, as
well. She said Reddish came
into her life for a reason, a
season and a lifetime.
"Becky was truly put into
my life for a reason when I
first became a school
principal;" Melvin said. "You
see, when you become a
school principal, they don't
give you a manual. Becky was
my manual and, most of all,
my mentor. I could call her
anytime, and she always had
the time to listen and help me
with any problem that I had."
Melvin said Reddish entered
her life for a season when
Reddish became the district's
director of curriculunr. It was a
time, Melvin said, to share,
grow and learn. Reddish
shared her love of education
and passion for learning, while
her leadership qualities helped
Melvin grow as an
administrator. Melvin said
Reddish still inspires her to


this day.
"Through her walk, talk and
actions, she exhibited in every
sense the true meaning of
professionalism," Melvin said.
Reddish entered her life for
a lifetime when she became a
true friend, Melvin said.
Reddish, she said, was
supportive, loyal, honest and
Loving.
Melvin said she still finds
*herself wanting to pick up the
phone and call Reddish for
.advice.
"I then reflect on her actions
and words~of encouragement,"
Melvin said. "It is then that I
know that she was a lifetime
friend, having taught me
lifetime lessons and using what


I have learned in all other
relationships and areas of my
life."
Paula Barton, the
superintendent of schools in
Baker County, got to know
Reddish on a professional
level, but her relationship with
Reddish was more than that.
When they first met each other
in 1989-Reddish was
working in adult and
community education, while
Barton was the community
education coordinator for the
Baker County school district-
Barton said their "hearts
locked and we became instant
friends." Barton said she and
Reddish both looked forward
to seeing each other at the


annual Northeast Florida
Educational Consortium
meetings.
"It was like a family reunion
where we could really spend
quality time outside of the
demanding meetings to catch
up, especially on a personal
level," Barton said.
Barton had always heard
people speak so highly of
Reddish, but she said she was
amazed when she went to
Reddish's visitation to find so
many people lined up outside
the church waiting to pay their
respects to the family. While
she was waiting in line, Barton
was able to listen to other
people's memories of Reddish:
"I heard one precious story
from a young lady regarding
'Ms. Becky,' as she called
her," Barton said. "That story
spoke volumes of the person
and educator Becky was. The
young lady's words went like
this: 'If it hadn't been for Ms.
Becky giving me more than
one chance; and genuinely
loving me the way she did, I
would have never graduated
from Bradford County High
School.' What a tribute to Ms.
Becky."
If it had not been for
Reddish, another young person
may not be teaching in the
Bradford school system right
now. Chad Farnsworth, who
grew up in Bradford County, is
a teacher at Bradford Middle
School. He said Reddish
inspired him to further his
education so that he could help
children in Bradford County.
In fact, Farnsworth said there
are not enough words to
describe how much Reddish
impacted not only his life, but
the lives of everyone she came
in contact with.
Reddish hired Farnsworth as
a teacher at Bradford Middle
School and became his mentor.


Farnsworth said she did
everything by the book, but
she was also able to use
compassion while still
maintaining a sense of
professionalism.
He never had the chance to
thank Reddish for all she did to
help him, but Reddish was not
one who looked for thanks,
Farnsworth said. Furthering
education, he said, is what
Reddish was concerned with.


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With that in mind, the
creation of the Becky Reddish
Memorial Scholarship makes
perfect sense.
"As the years go on, and
students receive this
scholarship, they may or may
not remember Becky, but the
meaning and importance will
remain the same," Roberts
said. "That, I know, will be all
that Becky would ever want."


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Response to
Pop Warner
article
Dear Editor:
My name is Rick Welch. I
am one of the five Mighty
Mites coaches who help coach
Joe Gordon. Let me begin by
saying-that there -are-ittdei
three coaches who have sons
who play on this team, myself
included.
It is discrediting, to say the
least, to these young men to
say they get the opportuii.tyo
play more because we are me
coaches. The fact is that they
play more because they do
attend practice and work their
hardest and have earned every
minute of playing time that.
they get. To me, being a coach
means looking out for every,
child on my team as if they
were my own and I believe
that anyone who knows me
knows this to be true,
Mrs. Garlo's son, Matthew,
was a pleasure to work with,
however, he was very
apprehensive of contact with
the other players which could
easily have gotten him hurt. He
played a minimum amount of
plays for the interest of his
protection only. Myself and all
the other coaches thought'he
had gotten all of his plays, but
as Mr. Britt had stated in his
letter, it is debatable. As for
coach Joe Gordon, any child
who has had the privilege of


playing for this man is better
off for it. As for Mrs. Garlo's
letter about taking her child
somewhere else to play, if your
child is apprehensive about
contact sports, then perhaps
flag football is the best
decision.
..iek Welch

'Yes' to
Amendment 2
Dear Editor:
S-"Reently a woman wrote in
the Gainesville Sun that
Amendment Two was "cruel
tyranny." She also stated that
she is a lesbian. She came
from a New England state that
allows same-sex marriage. She
said that she lives in Florida
but she and her mate have lost
their civil rights. I think they
have most more than that.
SIf this kind of lifestyle is
right, why did God create male
and female? Even the wild
animals know better than this.
Have you ever seen two
animals of the same sex
making love to each other? If
people would observe nature
more they would know what
God intended for us to abide
by. In the Bible, in Leviticus
the 1!h chapter and the 22"d
verse, it says "mankind shalt
not lie- with mankind as
womankind." The Bible says
it's an abomination. This same
woman who is mentioned
above lives in Gainesville and


works as a
professional.
she give mental
she needs ment
Let's not ha
with this kind
pray for them
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Amendment T
America.

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My mother was just in the
.. hospital two weeks ago, and
the nurses or doctor would not
tell me anything about her
0a condition, because my sister
was the designated person to
receive that information. I was
not the designated person.
Amendment 2 will:
SDefine marriage as the
union of one man and one
-mental health woman.
What help can Allow the people of
il patients when Florida and not activist judges
al help herself? to decide how marriage is
,te these people defined.
of lifestyle, just Not take away any existing
S-to -change:-1 rights or benefits from anyone.
vote "yes" on Protect children
wo. God bless Give children the best
chance for both a mom and a
Mitchell Brown dad.
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2.


vote yes on
Amendment 2
Dear Editor:
Contrary to the ads that have
been aired against Amendment
2, this amendment makes no
changes in the present law. It
will just make the law a part of
the Florida State Constitution.
We must make this move to
keep the activist judges from
changing the laws, as they
have done in many other
states. Their job is not to
change the laws, nor make the
laws.
There is a law today in
Florida that says neither two
men, nor two women can live
together and call it marriage.
On Nov. 5, the law will say
the same thing. Marriage
is between one man and one
woman only.
As far as hospital visitation
is concerned, where there is an
issue, one has to be designated
by the patient in order to get
information about the patient.


Laura Finley


Honor our vets
on Veterans
Day Nov. 11
Dear Editor:
Veterans Day for 2008 will
be Tuesday, Nov. 11. The
celebration of this special date
will be conducted by local
veterans and supporters in
Starke and Bradford County
and the public is invited.
To ensure our country
remains free and that citizens
retain their rights-particularly
the right to decide how we are
'governed, countless veterans
have served at home and
abroad to secure and preserve
these rights. If you are a
registered voter in Bradford
County, please remember to
cast your vote on or before
Nov. 4.
It is important that we
celebrate and honor all of our
veterans and serving military


personnel. I am proud to
remind the citizens of Starke,
Bradford County, and the
surrounding area of the events
scheduled for this important
day.
American Legion Post 56 in
Starke will host several events
on Veterans Day, beginning
with the annual breakfast from
7:30-9 a.m. at the American
Legion Post Home on Edwards
Road (across from the National
Guard Armory). All veterans
and their family members in
this area are welcome.
Annual ceremonies will be
held at the Charles J. Schaefer,
Sr. Veterans Memorial Park on
East Call Street (near Shands.
Starke) beginning at- 10 adm.


The entire community is.-
cordially invited to attend. :, :
Veterans of Bradford
County continue to be proud of '
the many expressions of
patriotism, and the support for
our nation and its many
heroes-both civilian and
military.
Please remember that the
purpose of this day is not just
another holiday but
specifically to honor military
service members and veterans
of our community, state and
nation.
Thank you for the continued
support of all of our veterans
and their families.
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Cecil Adkirns
LAKE BUTLER-Ce cil Adkins,
80, of Lake Butler dii !d Sunday,
Oct. 26. 2008 at his home
following a brief illness:.
Born in Huntington, W.Va., Mr.
Adkins lived in Lake Elutler since
1971. I-e was a retired master
sergeant with the U.S;. Marines
where he served in Wo rid War II,
the Korean Conflict arid the Viet
Nam War. He also retin::d from the
Department of Corrections, Lake
Butler and was of the Ba;ptist faith.
Mr. Adkins was preced, d in death
by his wife, Diana Adki ns.
Survivors include; three
daughters Cassie Johns on of Lake
Butler. Martha Reed of Raiford
and Sandra Crews of L awtey; two
brothers, Harry L. Adkins of
Panama City and Jame's Adkins of
Ocala; five grandchild ren and six
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at a
later date. Arrangemenl.t! are under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


Loretta Baret:ela

Loretta
Baretela
STARKE-Loretta Mtae Schrock
Baretela, 86, died a t Windsor
Manor Nursing Home Sunday,
Oct. 26, 2008,
'Born in Connellk\ lll:, Pa., Mrs.
Baretela liked in Flon !a most of
hdr lile in both the Gainesville and
NmHrke areas She W:as of the
Catholic laith and a homemaker.
NMrs. Baretela "as pri ceded'in
death b\ her husband o' 36 years,
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children: t o sons. Join Baretela
ol1 Siarke and Dennis IPlaretela of
Hbrseshoe, N.C.; four daughters,
Donna Dignam of Heisth, Texas,
Debbie Waters of Gainesville,
Loretta (Lori) Thomas of Raiford
arid Patricia Roddemnberry of
Keystone Heightis; 15
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L'r ndt hi itlcn. .
Fun-tie~B~ icr\ice w. II be held
Thursday, Oct. 30, at 21:30 p.m. at..
Williams-Thomas i Downtown
Chapel, 404 North 'lain Street,
Gainesville. Burial vill be in
Evergreen Cemetery, iGainesville.
In. lieu of flowers, the family is
requesting donations Eire made to
the Alzheimer's Asso'ciation, 988
Woodcock Road, :Suite 200,
Orlando, FL 32803. Williams-
Thomas Downtown Cf lapel.


Kathleen Kuntz

Kathleen Kuntz
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Kathleen Joan Kuntz of Keystone
Heights passed away peacefully
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008,
surrounded by her family and
pastor. She suffered through a
long illness for many years.
Mrs. Kuntz was-preceded in
death by her mother Laurene M.
Kirkpatrick and her father
Teleford J.' Kirkpatrick, both of
West Catasaqua, Pa. She was born
in Allentown, Pa. and resided in
.West Catasaqua until meeting her
husband, raising their family in
Allentown.
Mrs. Kuntz was employed as a
nurses assistant at Sacred Heart
Hospital and Allentown General
'Hospital for over 30 years, where
she was well respected and well
loved for her caring and loving
approachh .toward patients and
families. After winning the
distinguished Florence
.Nghtingale Award, "Kitten", as
she was known to her co-workers,
retired in December 1995 and
moved to Keystone Heights. Her
passions in life were her family,
the ocean, singing, dancing and
making people laugh. She was a
member of Friendship Bible
Church in Keystone Heights.
Survivors include her husband,
Wilbert M. Kuntz of Keystone
Heights; daughters Lori Ann
Kurtz, wife of Richard D. Kurtz of
Winnsboro, S.C. and Colleen Joan
Reese of Keystone Heights; two
grandchildren, Matthew R. Kurtz
and Lindsay A. Kurtz of
Winnsboro. Mrs. Kuntz was a
proud great-grandmother to Dylan
P. Kurtz and Trinity L. Kurtz. She
is survived by a brother, Dale
Kirkpatrick and two sisters, Janice
Gurgick,and Donna Sook and a
succession of family and friends.
A memorial service will be held
Thursday, Oct: 30, 2008, at 1 p.m.
at the Friendship Bible Church
with the Rev. Paul Coleman
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
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Evelyn Gill
MIDDLEBURG-Evelyn Lee
Gill, 46, of Middleburg died at her
home Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008.
Born in Richmond, Ind., Mrs.
Gill moved to Middleburg in 1994
from Jacksonville. She was an
insurance analyst for HCA in
Jacksonville and was of the
Christian faith.


Survivors include her husband
of 15 years. Gary Gill and their
children. Ian and Nicolette Gill, all
of Middlcburg: her parents
Richard and Carolyn Barton: and
three brothers, Timothy Barton,
Steven Barton and Anthony
Barton, all of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Funeral services for Mrs. Gill
were held Friday, Oct. 24, in
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
chapel with the Rev. C.W. Butler
officiating. Burial was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Lindy
Boatwright
COLQUITT COUNTY, GA.-
Lindburgh Lindy Eugene
Boatwright, 73, of Colquitt
County, Ga. died Friday, Oct. 24,
2008.
Born in Moultrie, Ga., Mr.
Boatwvright lived most of his life
in Keystone Heights, moving back
to Moultrie in 2000. He was
preceded in death by .his mother
Ethleen (Ethel) Wilkins
Boatwright; his father John
Thomas Boatwright; his brothers
John Wallace Boatwright, Charles
Vernon Boatwright and a sister,
Lonie Sanders.
Survivors include two
daughters, Marianne Palmer of
Pensacola and Elizabeth Glotfelty
of Chesterfield, Va. and a son, Lin
Boatwright of Chicago, Ill. and
four grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
Friday, Oct. 31, at The Paulk
Funeral Home, Fitzgerald, Ga. In
lieu of flower, memorials may be
made to The Colquitt County High
School Athletic Department, 1800
Park Ave., Moultrie, Ga. 31768.


Georgella Miller'
NEW YORK-Georgella
McDonald Miller, 87, of
Rochester, N.Y. died Sunday, Oct.
26, 2008, following an extended
illness.
Born in Raiford, Mrs. Miller
moved to New York from Raiford
in 2005. She was a member of
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford. and employed
by The Green Thumb as a
transporter of Lake Butler and. a
community leader of Raiford and
Starke. She was preceded in death
by her husband, James Miller Sr.
Survivors include three sons,
Charlie Crosby of Lake Butler,
Nathaniel .Frazier, arid.: James
Miller Jr. of Raiford; two
daughters Margaret Hall of Starke
and Gloria Heard of Rochester;
granddaughter Emma Dean of-
Starke; a sister Florine Copeland
of Raiford; a brother Henry
McDonald of Raiford; 30
grandchildren, 67 great-
grandchildren and 24,greap.ireat-
griaPyighytef5,F Shjfiifiuriiyigd by-.
a special, devoted friend, Lillie
Mae Reeves of Raiford.
Funeral services will be held at
I p.m. Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, in
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford with Pastor
George Lott presiding. The Rev.
Henry Ortiz is eulogist. Burial will
be in Five Sapline Cemetery of
Raiford under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home of Starke.


Visitation will be held at Haile
Funeral Home, Oct. 31, 2008;
family hour is from 4-5- p.m.;
friends from 5-8 p.m. Visitation
will also be one hour prior to
services, 12 p.m., Saturday, Nov.
I.


Wayne Morton
LAKE BUTLER-Wayne David
Morton, 62, of Lake Butler died
suddenly Monday, Oct. 27, 2008
at his home.
Born in Green Cove Springs,
Mr..Mortonlived in Lake Butler
for the past nine years. He served
in the U.S. Navy for 21 years; was
a members of the VFW and
American Legion. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Espy Morton and Irene Sweat
Morton.
Survivors include his wife of 22
years Kristine M. Morton; a
daughter Leslie Snyder of Lake
Butler; four sons Jim Cook of
Jacksonville, Jon Cook and Jeffery
Cook and Seth Daughtry, all of
Lake Butler; a brother Harry
Morton of Green Cove Springs;
two sisters Theda Williams of
Georgia and Donna Frasicr of
Texas; and 10 grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
Friday, Oct. 31, at I1 a.m. in the
Church of Christ of Lake Butler
with Bro. Scott Fisher officiating.
Burial will be at a later date.
Family will receive friends after
the services at the church Friday
morning. Arrangements under the
care of .Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Arlene Murray
STARKE-Arlene Vivian
Murray, 74, of Starke died Friday,
Oct. 24, 2008 at Haven Hospice
E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born in Leroy, N.Y., Mrs,
Murray moved to Starke in 1980
from Dade City where she was a
housewife. Mrs. Murray was
preceded in death by her husband,
Carl E. Murray and a son, Carl E.
Murray Jr.
Survivors include a daughter,
Edith Manning of Keystone

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Mr. Crosby was retired from the Luzon, Phillipine Islands: received
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and the Florida National Guard, with two bronze stars; Good
and the Florida National Guard. Conduct Medal and the World
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parents Effie and Ruby. Raleigh War II Victory Medal He as a
Crosby; a sister Haven Crosby member of the VFW Post 4360
(Bateman) and a brother, Gerald and AmVets Post 86. Mr. Garvey
Crosby. mov4 to Keystone Heights from
Survivors of Mr. Crosby Lake Worth in 2000.
include two daughter, Sharon Survivors include a son, Scott
Nichols of Tallahassee and Gina Garvey and a daughter, Karen
Yarbarough of Jacksonville; his Fairbanks; a brother Tom
caregivers and brother-in-law, Schanrock; two stepsons, Doug
Ronald and Anita Crosby of and Gary Vidra; and four
Starke; four sisters, Lucille Spry grandchildren.
and Glenda Stanley of Starke, A celebration of Mr. Garvey's
Frances Callahan of West Palm life will be held Saturday, Nov. 1,
Beach and Elaine Fry of at the Faith Presbyterian Church
Tallahassee his grandchildren and 2738 SE State Rd. 21, Melrose, at
a lifelong friend, J.L. Alvarez.. 2 p.m. Arrangements are under the
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Patricia Edenfield

Patricia
Edenfield
LAKE BUTLER-Patricia Ann
Thomas Edenfield, 46, of Lake
Butler died Friday, Oct. 24, 2008
at her the home of her mother
following an extended illness.
Born in Ft. Lauderdale, Mrs.
Edenfield lived most of her life in
Lake Butler. She was a graduate
of Union County High School; a
CNA, working at North East
Florida State Hospital and in
home care. She was a member of
the Body of Christ Assembly
Church and a teacher with the
Children's Church in Lake Butler.
Mrs. Edenfield was preceded in
death by her father, Eddie
Thomas.
Survivors include a daughter,
Christina Sirmones and a son,
Christopher Edenfield, both of
Lake Butler; her mother, Doris
Thomas and her grandmother
Gladys Sirmones both of Lake
Butler; a brother Lynn Thomas of
Lake Butler and three sisters,
Shonda Johnson and Demetrise
Thomas, both of Lake Butler, and
Hope Sneed of Gainesville.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Nov. I, at 2 p.m. in the
Union County High School
Auditorium. Elder Jocob D. James
and Elder Abraham Perry Sr. will
officiate. Burial will be in Ft. Call.
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
There will be no visitation at the
funeral home. Family is gathering
at the home of Doris Thomas. The
procession to the auditorium will
begin at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.

Henry Starling
JACKSONVILLE-Henry Lee
Starling III of Jacksonville died
Friday, Oct. 24, 2008.
Mr. Starling was the son of
Henry. Lee Starling Sr. and Irene
Melvin Starling. He loved to fish.
hunt and was a mechanic. Mr.
Starling was preceded in death by
R hisTif6ther Irene Melvin Starling
handca'brotlir, Billy Starling.
Survivors include his wife of 25
years Elaine Peeples Starling;
three sons, Robert A. Key Jr.,
Henry Lee Starling IV and
Benjamin Daniel Starling, all of
Jacksonville; his father, Henry Lee
Starling Jr. and step-mother Ellen
Starling.
Graveside funeral services were
held Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Long
Branch Cemetery with the Rev.
Donald Tate and the Rev. Bill
McLeod officiating. Arrangements
were under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services.

Louis Karalby
MELROSE-Louis Stephen
Karably Sr. of Melrose, loving
husband, father, grandfather and
friend, passed away peacefully
Saturday, Oct. 24, 2008 at Haven
Hospice in Gainesville.
Mr. Karalby was retired after a
career of distinguished service for
the U.S. Air'Force, retiring as a Lt.
Col. and the Central Intelligence
Agency. He was an amateur
Golden. Gloves boxing champion
in Cleveland, Ohio, and graduated
from the University of Idaho
where he also boxed. He attended
the Army Language .School 'in
Monterey, Calif. and earned a
masters degree from Boston
University.
Mr. Karalby traveled the world
extensively in the service of his
country and played important
roles in operations that were
essential to the U.S. victories in
the Pacific (CBI) theatre (WWlI)
Sand the Cold War. In retirement,
he enjoyed spending time with his
wife, children, grandchildren and
dogs at their home in Melrose. He


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and also assisted in the formation
of the Melrose Water Association.
He was predeceased by his infant
brother, Julius; a newborn son
Stephen; his father Aloysius; his
mother Theresa; a sister Elizabeth
and a daughter, Theresa "Tess"
Giolma.
Survivors include his wife,
Rachel and his children Louis, Jr.
(Karen), Deborah (William),
David (Jeanne), Kenneth
(Wendy), and a son-in-law Paul
Giolma; eight grandchildren,
Kristen, Benjamin, Matthew,
Joseph, Hannah, Sawyer, Kyle and
Bridget; and two great-
grandchildren Evelyn "Ellie" and
Marcus.
A special thanks goes out from
the family to the caregivers from
Oak Hammock and Comfort
Keepers, the staff of Haven
Hospice and Dr. David Black.
A private memorial service will
be held by the family. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made
to Haven Hospice, 4200 NW 90"'
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.
Arrangements were under the care
of Moring Funeral Home,
Melrose.
PAID OBITUARY


A memorial to
our native son
Seeber Troy Fowler was
born in Lake Butler on April 2,
1923, and passed away on
Sept. 27, 2008, at his home in
Salt Springs.
As a child, Seeber showed a
keen and inventive mind by
making his own camera and
building a dark room. He also
invented games and toys such
as "The Slide Wire," "The
Holy Hose," and the modem
abacus game "Play N' Learn,"
making learning arithmetic
simple and fun.
Seeber traveled around the
world, where he met many
prominent people' such as
Franklin D. Roosevelt while
riding on his plane near the
North Pole. During his visit to
India, He was fascinated by its
architectural marvels and
culture.
After World War II, Seeber
returned to Lake Butler where
he opened a photography
studio. However, the peace and
tranquil beauty of Salt Springs
inspired his move there when
his talents expanded and grew.
His paintings, photographs and
etchings of historical building
and homes and natures scenes
are treastui'e of local
individual and museums.
During the Bi-Centennial of
1976, Seeber assisted the Lake
Butler Woman's Club in
publishing "People and Places
of Union County," containing
more than 600 photographs.
Later, he assisted the Union
County Historical Society in
transferring these photographs
to a CD. These CD's are now
available to the public at the
museum. More recently,
Seeber wrote the book, "My
First 83 Years," recalling his
interesting and amusing life
experiences.
Members of the First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler are
indebted to his talents in
restoring a cerftury-old
painting that now hangs in its
Family Life Center.
As Seeber's health
deteriorated, it saddened his
many local and world-wide
friends who will always
remember his cheerful
personality and genuine
friendship. May he rest in
peace among his family who
preceded him and lastly,
receive his just reward.
Fowler was preceded in his
death by his parents Henry L.
and Aura King Fowler, his
brothers Harold and Henry Jr.
and his sisters Vivian, Nettie
Mae and Alva. He is survived
by several nieces and nephews.
Friends of Seeber Fowler
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Kaylann Allen and Kasey Eaves received the
annual scholarships from United Methodist
Women for 2008. Kaylann of Starke is a student at
Santa Fe College. Kasey of Lawtey is a student at
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plans for the annual fall
bazaar. The event will be
held on Thursday, Nov. 20,
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the
fellowship hall. Crafts,
decorations, homemade
goodies, canned jelly and
jams, knives and stained
glass ornaments will all be
available.
The members are
participating in a fund raiser
during October. Wrapping
paper and candy may be
ordered during the month.
The members began the
summer activities with UMW
Sunday in June. A former
missionary shared
experiences of her work
during the morning worship..
President Eugenia Whitehead:
presented the highlights of
membership and mission
projects and announced the
2008 scholarship winners,
Kaylann Allen and Kasey
Eaves.
The annual salad supper
was themed, "Souper, soapy,
salad supper," and was
enjoyed by approximately 35
members. Always in mission,
the members collected $500
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200 pounds of soup/fod for-
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awarded for games played
involving soup, soap operas,
etc.
In September, the mission
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Oleeta Hardenbrook, Debra
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The annual district meeting
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Andrea Waterhouse and
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the Starke unit was
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It seemed possible that host
Bradford could end a tough
regular season on a positive
note after its play early in the
match, but Keystone Heights
won three straight games en
route to a 3-1 (21-25, 25-20,
25-19, 25-14) win over the
Tornadoes on Oct. 23 in
Starke.
Keystone (17-8 prior to Oct.
28) dropped the first game of
the match, then pulled out a
close second game-25-20-
after scoring five straight
points with Katie Easton
serving. The third game started
out as a back-and-forth affair
as neither team could score
consecutive points until the
Indians' Katie McCollum held
serve with her team leading 9-
8. Keystone then scored six
straight points, getting a kill
from Easton and blocks from
Easton and Morgan Maxwell.
The Indians were able to
maintain a lead the rest of the
way in the 25-19 win.
The fourth game, again, was
a close affair early, but the
Indians turned an 8-6 lead into
one of 18-6 after scoring 10
straight points with Maranda
Gibbs serving.. The run
included two tips by Catie
Taylor that fell for points and a
kill by Maxwell. Keystone
would go on to win the game
25-14.
The win sent the Indians into
the District 6-3A tournament


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having won eight of their last
10 matches;. (The Indians
played Cre;,cent City in a
semifinal ga me on Oct. 28.)
Bradford, meanwhile, won just
one game Ij:bis season, which
ended when the Tornadoes lost
3-0 (25-11,. 25-12, 25-11) to
Santa Fe in the District 3-4A
tournament on Oct. 27. Still,
the Tor nadoes, after
recognizing their seniors-the
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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:
Jerone Parks Jr., 24, and
Rickey Gainey Jr., 21, both of
Starke, were arrested Oct. 26
by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown. Parks was charged
with assault after he
threatened Gainey with
violence. Gainey was charged
with battery after he bit Parks
on the chest, Patrolman
Brown said.
David Carlton Ginn, 42, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 by Clay
Deputy P.M. Reid for
aggravated assault,
aggravated battery and
shooting missiles into an
occupied dwelling. Ginn was
charged with firing a pellet
gun at the victim's home and
at the victim, striking her in
the lower leg. Ginn also fired
in the direction of the deputy.
The victim refused medical
treatment, Deputy Reid said.
Larry Edwin Robinson, 48,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct.
26 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.W. Starling for aggravated
assault domestic. Robinson,
was charged with threatening
to strike the victim with a
claw hammer.


Sunday Ann Anderson, 30,
of Florahome was arrested
Oct. 21 by Starke Sgt. Matt
Watson for six counts
possession controlled
substance. During a traffic
stop and search of Anderson,
who was a passenger in the
vehicle, the officer found
three pill bottles containing
multiple drugs, including
Xanax and Oxycontin, Sgt.
Watson said. Bond on the
charges was set at $25,000.
Monica Denise Thomas, 21,
of Hampton was arrested Oct.
25 by Hampton Chief John
Hodges for possession of a
controlled substance.
Thomas' vehicle was stopped
for speeding on C.R. 221. Her
mannerisms indicated alcohol
or drug use, Chief Hodges
said. During a search of the
vehicle, a pill bottle
containing an Adavan pill was
found. Thomas does not have
a prescription for the schedule
four controlled substance,
Chief Hodges said. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jerry Robert Purser, 61, of
Clearwater was arrested Oct.
21 by Hampton Patrolman S.
Donaldson for possession of
cannabis. Purser's vehicle was
traffic stopped on U.S. 301
for switching lanes, which
almost resulted in several
crashes, Patrolman Donaldson
said. Four pieces of marijuana
were found on the seat of the
pickup truck. Purser was also
charged with traffic citations:
no seatbelt, careless driving,
improper passing and busted
windshield. Bond was set at
$1,000. Purser was released
on his own recognizance.


Cheryl Lynne Birk, 45, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 21
by Lawtey Patrolman Kelly
M. Brown for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer without violence. Birk
was seen lying on the
shoulder of the road with her
legs in the roadway of
Truman Avenue. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and her speech was
slurred, Patrolman Browdi
said. Birk tried to pull away
as the officer applied
handcuffs, Patrolman Brown
said. Surety bonds totaling
$2,000 were posted for her
release from custody.
Cheryl Diane Willingham,
42, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 24 by Starke Patrolman
Brad Smith for retail petit
theft. Willingham was
charged with removing two
comforters from Wal-Mart
without paying for them.
Value of the merchandise was
$186.53. The merchandise
* was recovered, Patrolman
Smith said. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Lonnie James Douglas, 47,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 23 by Starke Patrolman
James M. Stutler for retail
theft. Douglas was charged
with leaving Island Food
Store without paying for a can
of beer that was in his front
pocket, Patrolman Stutler
said. Bond was set at $1,000.
Richard Walters, 33, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 for failure of
sexual offender to update
address on license within 48
hours. Walters was registered
as living in Gainesville.


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Keith Jennings, 43, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 22 for contempt
of court failure to pay child
support.
Douglas Wilkins, 45, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 24 by Clay
Deputy Matthew E. Marvel
on a warrant for lewd and
lascivious behavior. The
warrant arrest violated his
parole from Lee County, 21
years for second-degree
murder. Wilkins was charged
Oct. 27 with the violation.
Phillip Karlton Czarowitz,
35, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 20 by Bradford Deputy
R.E. Pollard for violation of
probation on a charge of
possession of cannabis. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Herbert Sweat, 49, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 23 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
contempt of court child
support.
Laura Beth Moore, 22, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 20 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for failure to appear on a
charge of possession of
cannabis. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Anthony Randall Arnett, 26,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 26
by probation officers for
violation of sex offender
probation for lewd lascivious
battery. Arnett violated his
curfew, a condition of his
probation. He is considered to
be a violent felony offender.
Charles C. Thompson, 28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 23 by
Bradford Deputy Keith
Mclnnis for violation of
probation burglary of
conveyance with no bond.
Katherine Elizabeth
Hayeswalz, 38, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 24 by Starke
Patrolman David Schlofman
on a warrant from Broward
County for grand theft.
Hayeswalz was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted.


Jamie Cook, 27, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 25
by Clay deputies for failure to
appear on a charge of child
neglect from Alachua County.
Gregory Brooks Davies, 40,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 25 for violation
of probation with no bond.
Bobbi Lynn White, 19, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 26 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation petit theft with no
bond.

Traffic
Susan Semoneit Green, 43,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 25 by Patrolman
Schlofman for driving under
the influence (DUI). Green's
blood-alcohol level was .20
percent when her vehicle was
stopped on U.S. 301 just after
midnight, Patrolman
Schlofman said. Bond was set
at $2,000.
Abigail Rudine Rowe, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
25 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper K.M. Boatright for
driving while license
suspended or revoked
(DWLS). Rowe was found as
the driver at fault in a traffic
crash on S.R. 100 at Southeast
205th, Avenue. Rowe's license
has six suspensions on it.
Rowe failed to observe an
approaching vehicle driven by.
Brandi Weitman as Rowe
attempted a left turn. The
vehicles collided. Weitman
was transported to Shands
University for observation.
Damages wee estimated at
$17,000. A $500 surety bond
was posted for Rowe's release
from custody.
Jennifer Janna Robinson, 25,
of Cape Coral was arrested
Oct. 20 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.P. Gillick for DWLS with
knowledge. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.
John Eric Bridgeman, 28, of
Ocala was arrested Oct. 21 by
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was posted for his release.
Kelvin Bolton, 42, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct.
26 by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for no valid
driver's license (NVDL).
Bolton has never been issued
a license, Sgt. McKenzie said.
Bolton was released from
custody after a $500 surety
bond was posted.
.William Todd, 52, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 21 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation DUI.
William Rodgers, 30, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 26 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
failure to appear DWLS.

Lake Butler
man arrested
in Gainesville
A Lake Butler man was
arrested Oct. 27 in
Gainesville, allegedly using a
gun while robbing a food
delivery person.
Damian Bradley Beamus,
18, was charged with robbery
with a firearm for the Sunday
night incident.
According to Gainesville
Police Officer Michael
-Schentrup, a delivery person
was making a delivery at The
Oaks apartments at 7:25 p.m.
Sunday. The deliveryman told
police he was robbed at
gunpoint by a man wearing a
brown hooded sweatshirt.
The robber allegedly took
about $60 in cash and the
food the man was preparing to
deliver.
Beamus admitted to robbing
the deliveryman and said he
had used a large black pellet
gun to commit the robbery.
The gun was reportedly found
in the apartment, where the
witnesses said Beamus had
been visiting them before and
after the robbery.
Bond for Beamus was set at
$100,000. He was being held
at the Alachua County Jail.


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BIRTHS


Cunninghams celebrate 60th
Shedding anniversary
The children, grandchildren and great
Grandchildren, would like to announce the
celebration of Jack and Georgette Cunningham'!
; 60 years of wedded-bliss and 90 years of life on
November 1, 2008. Jack and Georgette ar
Residents of Park of the Palms in Keystone
Heights.


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Tyres celebrate 50th wedding
anniversary with family


Hubeart and Ruth A. -Tyre
celebrated their 50th wedding
Anniversary with a gathering of
family and friends at their
home recently.
The Tyres were married Oct.
22, 1958, in Glen Burnie, Md.


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festival set
l The annual Lawtey
Community. School. Fall
Festival will take place
Saturday, Nov. 15, from 4-9
p.m. at the school campus.
iThis year's theme for the
annual festival is Pirate and
Princess. All church leaders,
businesses, and any others


Following retirement after
serving 23 years in the U.S.
Army, the Tyres settled in
Lake Butler in 1973.
They have one son and two
grandchildren who also reside
in Lake Butler.


interested in booth space or
volunteering will need to
,submit an application to the
school or contact the Lawtey
Elementary PTO President,
Christina Ford, at (904) 563-
6578, or Lawtey -Elementary
School principal David Tew
at (904) 782-3639.
A smoked mullet or
chicken dinner for $6 will be
available. Hamburgers and
hot dogs will also be
available. Children's games,
hayride, bingo, and a pig race
will round out the festivities.
Any and all participation is
welcome as this is the largest
fundraiser for the school of
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born. Sept. 24, 2008 in
Gainesville. He weighed 8
pounds 3 ounces and was 20
inches in length. He joins a
sister, Scarlet Rose
Schirrmacher.
Maternal grandparents are
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s Smith of Orange, Maine.
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pounds and was 21 inches in
length.
Maternal grandmother is
Nancy Reid of Anthony.
Paternal grandparents are
Tombo and Ingrid Smith of
Starke.

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were inadvertently left out in
the following announcement.
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staff and faculty of the '70s,
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the Starke Golf and Country
Club immediately following
the football game Friday night.
Come dance to your favorite
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High, Lawtey Elementary,
Lawtey Community School),
their families and friends are
invited to a reunion set for
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2008, at 6
p.m.
A covered dish supper
(bread and beverage provided)


will be held at the Starke Golf
& Country Club, 15501 N.E.
14th Ave., Starke.
For additional information,
please call 904-782-3690 or
904-782-3674.

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to sponsor
food drive
The Starke Woman's Club
will sponsor a Food Pantry
food raiser Saturday, Nov. 8, at
6 p.m. at the clubhouse.
Bring five food items for the
Food Pantry and enjoy some
great entertainment. Musical
participants include Ginny and
Megan Starnes, Charlee
Munford, the Martin girls,
Jessie Mae Berry group and
Joyful Noise Makers, plus
others.

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The Rotary Club of Starke donated $25,620 toward its scholarship endowment at
SantaFe College on Oct. 1. With matching funds from the state, the club's total
endowment will exceed $100,000, allowing Rotary to fund one new scholarship
and one renewal each year. Pictured (l-r) are Rotary Club and Santa Fe College
Endowment Corporation board of directors Freeman Register III and John Miller,
Rotary president Charlene Gathright, Chuck Clemons, Santa Fe's vice president
for development, Cheryl Canova, the director of the Santa Fe College Andrews
Center, and Mike Curry, Santa Fe's director of development services.


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The Kiwanis Club of Starke donated $5,000 toward its Santa Fe College endowed
scholarship on Sept. 16. The club has donated more than $55,000 to the college,
since'the fund was started in 2003.-The total will exceed $110,000 with matching
funds from the-state. Kiwanis Club of Starke scholarships have supported eight
students since 2003. Cheryl Canova (far.left, front), the director of the Santa Fe
Andrews Center, accepts a check from Bear Bryan (far right, front), who was
president of the club at the time. Other Kiwanis members pictured (in alphabetica
order) are: Mary Carver (second vice president), Warren Carver, Brenda
Farnsworth, Steve Futch, Winnie Holland (current president), Phillip Johns, Jeff
Johnson (president elect), Grady Overstreet, Ed Rensberger, Colleen Scott-Hall,
Cliff Smell evy -i ia Tatum, Terry Vau han.Barry Warren (first vice president),
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Kiwanis slab
of ribs sale
The Kiwanis Club of
Starke's annual sale of slabs of
ribs will take place Saturday,
Nov. 15, at Community State
Bank in Starke.
Slabs are $16 and will be
available for pickup between
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased at Sporting
S.Chance, Denmark Furniture or
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well. People, for a fee, also
have the opportunity to be
judges in the people's choice
division.
The event is more than
barbecue, however. Groups
will have the opportunity to
sell other food items (the
Rotary Club of Starke, for
example, can sell its funnel
cakes as it does at other
community events), while
various forms of entertainment
will be made available. There
will be activities for children,
including a youth art contest,
which was a staple of the fall
festival.
Lehman hopes to get the
marching bands from local
schools involved as well as
other bands that have local and
regional followings. Starke's
own Steel Country, for
example, is sure to be a
participant. The River City
Band of Jacksonville will
perform its brand of Dixieland
jazz as a result of a State of
Florida Cultural Affairs grant.
Several grants will fund the
event. A requirement of
receiving a cultural affairs
grant through the state, though;
requires an event to benefit the
community in some way,
Lehman said.'Therefore, the
Boots-N-BBQ event will
showcase Bradford County's
efforts to promote literacy.
Information on those programs
will be available in Building I
at the fairgrounds. Other
information on such topics as
health will be made available
as well.
Boots-N-BBQ is just one
part of Bradford Fest. A
performance of "The
Nutcracker" by Dance Alive!
on Nov. 22 at Bradford High
School officially kicks off the
event. A golf tournament at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
will be held Feb. 20, while a
S concert by the Gainesville
Chamber Orchestra and
recitals and concerts in the
Santa Fe College Cultural
Center are also in the works
Chuck Clemons. the \ire
president of de elopment at
Santa Fe College. said
Bradford Fest came about
because of the fall fest'\al's
dwindling attendance. The
festi% al, because of the time of
year it \as held. competed
against other established
festivals a. wc ll ari-Tcollege
A major e ent held in
February ensured that the
weather \%as not too hot and
did not interfere "ilh man\
people's actionsn. Clemons
said.
A lot of ideas were
generated "hen it came to
deciding \hat to replace the
fall festival \with. Clemons
H said. but one common theme
kept popping up-food and
music. That led to the idea of a
barbecue cook-off, which
resulted in Lehman and
Denmark researching the
possibility of hosting such an
event b\ tra cling to other
S such events and talking with


those involved in them. DollUJs for Scholars fundraiser
Lehman and penmark me .., q. py. studentss who
Schmitz at such an evlt, i:-'9n r 'f -". scholarships
Tavares. r-.'fg ieh college ha'e to be
Schmitz said there is one turned awa).
common thread among events "There are needs in Bradford
sanctioned by the Florida Bar- o: Cg.ity th. t ie don't have the
B-Que Association: "We are, resoprpes for," Clemons said.
associated with events that d0p The college will, receive 20
something for the community." percent of the money vendors
One such event sanctioned receive at ;te o.ots-N-BBQ
by the Florida Bar-B-Que event.
Association is Pig on the Pond With- community\
in Clermont. .The a nual involveement,i Schmitz said
March cook-off is a fundraiser BootsN-BBQ can be a
for approximately 20 non- successful event.
profit organizations, raisin g :y"M1k it a fun, family -
approximately $70,000 each .rit~j eent, then get the
year. for scholarships and 'woj.r'qur,"he said.
education in the South Lae- -Forr iorpg information on
community. : BoI. ,B Q or Bradford
That's good news as far as F-s ii general, call Lehman at
Santa Fe College is concerned. (352) 395-5355, or e-mail her
The college is in the midst of a at Kathrn.lehman@'slcc.edu.

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Union's William Henderson
Tig ers shut and Cameron Gipson each
out Blue W ave intercepted a pass in the
second half, while Paige
for first capped the scoring with a 9-
yard touchdown run.
district win The Tigers return home this
Friday, Oct. 31, to host Dixie
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN County (3-5) at 7:30 p.m.
Times Staff Writer
Even with several players Tornadoes
excluded from play in the first
half due to disciplinary action take sting out
and a few others away at a in
national FFA competition, the of Hornets in
Union County football team .w
shut out P.K. Yonge 38-0 district in
during the Blue WaVe's
homecoming game on Oct. 21 BY ARNIE HARRIS
in Gainesville. Telegraph Staff Writer
It was the first District 4-2B Tough defense and a strong
win of the season for the offensive showing featuring
Tigers, who improved to 4-3 252 rushing yards enabled the
overall. P.K. Yonge, which Bradford football team to beat
turned the ball over nine times District 3-2A opponent Yulee
and fell to 2-5, is still winless 33-14 on Oct. 24 in Starke.
in the district. The Tornadoes (2-5, 2-3 in
One of those turnovers District 3) got a season-best
occurred on the first series of performance out of its
the game when Bryan Holmes offensive line, according to
came up with an interception, their head coach.
A handoff to Randy Randolph "It was our most complete
resulted in a 35-yard run and game of the year," Steve
the Tigers' first touchdown of Hoafd said.
ihe game. A bad snapon the Hoard said it helped the
PAT left the score at 6-0. team immensely that injured
SLess than a minute later on players such as Jamelle Dell
PK's second drive of the game, were able to return to the
a Blue Wave pass was thrown lineup.
directly to. Union's Kendall "It allowed us to go back to
Wright, who returned the ball our wing-T offense with which
39 yards for another score to we've had a lot of success,"
put Union, with the two-point Hoard said.
conversion, up 12-0. The Tornadoes struck' first
The Union defense was at it after their swarming defense
again as the Blue Wavemade forced Yulee (3-4, 2-3) to punt
it three straight possessions deep from its own territory.
Sixth a turnover. This time, it After a 17-yard punt return set
was ,a fumble, but the Tigers Bradford up at the Yulee 23, a
could not take advantage of the pass from quarterback Trey
opportunity, turning the ball Winkler to tight end Scott
over on downs' Crews covered 22 yards and
P.K. Yonge did manage to put the Tornadoes on the
hold onto the ball during, the Hornets' doormat at the 1.
ensuing series, but was forced After three attempts with goal
to punt the ball to the Tigers, to goal, Bradford moved 3
who responded with their third yards in the wrong direction
score after DJ. Paige's long before Winkler swept wide on
run into Blue Wave territory. a' quarterback keeper and
Najeeb Smith, on a foarth-and- carried the ball into the end
5 play, scored on a 7-yard run zone. The PAT was no good,
to put the Tigers up 18-0. but Bradford was ahead 6-0
That was the only score of with 1:38 to play in the first
the second quarter, though:the quarter.
Tigers had two interception Yulee quarterback Petty
returns for touchdowns Conner was intercepted on the
nullified because of penalties, team's next series by. Adrian
P.K. Yonge's miscues Mosely, who carried tacklers
continued in the second half. A with him as le fought 20 yards
fumble in the third quarter led: :down to the Yulee 13. Carries
to Union's fourth score--a 59- by Donelle Williams and
yard catch-and-run by LonIiie Rodney Mosely moved the
Gosha on a Chris Alexander" 'Tornadoes to the 3, from
pass. _,_ veWJio eJbard-.-.,
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Tigers. Union eventually mark of the second quarter.
scored from 2 yards out when Bradford, led 12-0 after the
Justin Tyson found the end failed two-point conversion.
zone on a double handoff. The
STigers made their only extra Yulee's offense came to life
points after a touchdown when on the ensuing series as
the PAT was blocked but Conner connected with
recovered by Jimmy Simmons, receiver Derrick Peterson for a
'who crossed ihe goal line for 71-yard& pass. The Hornets
tivw points, making the score closed Bradford's lead to 12-7.
32-0. Bradford upped its lead to


19-7'with 4:39 to play in the
half. Rodney Mosely had a 37-
yard run two plays before
scampering 18 yards for a
touchdown and a 19-7 lead.
The Hornets, on their next
drive, marched from their own
34 to Bradford's 11 behind the
strong running of Kentral
Edwards, Jonathan Knauss and
Jeremy Deberry. At that point,
the Tornadoes' defense
toughened up and forced the
Hornets to turn the ball over on
downs.
Unable to get anything
going offensively deep in their
own territory, the Tornadoes
called on punter Tyler
Cubbedge, who unleashed a
60-yard punt that set the
Hornets back at their own 39.
An attempt by the Hornets to
lessen the Bradford lead before
the half ended was thwarted by
an interception by defensive
back Charles Jones, his sixth
of the season.
The Tornadoes increased
their lead to 26-7
approximately a minute into
the fourth quarter when
Tramaine Harris picked off a
Yulee pass and raced 60 yards
to paydirt.
Yulee brought the score to
26-14 after taking advantage of
a recovered fumble, which put
the Hornets at Bradford's 45.
Conner connected with
Peterson for 36 yards, placing
the ball at the 9. On the next
play, Conner hit receiver Matt
Malone for a touchdown.
An onside-kick attempt by
the Hornets was thwarted
when Ryan DeSue sure-
handedly fielded the ball at his
team's own 49. Behind the
running, of Ike Carter and
Gerald Goodman, the
Tornadoes moved the ball to
the Yulee 22. Adrian Mosely
scored on a run from there to
cap the scoring with 3:55 to
play.
Hoard was pleased that the
win occurred on senior night.
"It was for all the seniors in
the school, but we especially
wanted the, seniors on the team
to feel good about the win,"
Hoard said.
Bradford will go\, for its
second straight win when it
hosts winless Interlachen for
homecoming this Friday, Oct.
31, at 7:30 p.m. Interlachen is
a district opponent.

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With teammates (background, I-r) Jennifer Smyth, Shamira Smith and Brittany
Bostic looking on, Bradford's Christina Stocker receives a Keystone serve.


FINALE
Continued from page 6B
whole team minus Ashley
Johnson, who was recently
moved up from the junior
varsity team-came out
against Keystone and took the
first game of the match 25-21.
The winning point came on a
service ace by Brittany Bostic.
The Tornadoes trailed 8-6 in
the second game, but took a
12-8 lead with Bostic serving.
Bostic had two aces, while
Ariel Wimpy had a kill.
Wimpy and Jennifer Smyth
also had blocks during the run.
Keystone would retake the
lead, but could not build a
large one. The Tornadoes tied
the game at 17-all and took a
brief 20-19 lead on a service
ace by Christina Stocker. A
kill by Easton, though, forced
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Indians get
shut out by
Ribault
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Visiting Ribault scored
touchdowns on two
consecutive possessions in the
second half en route to
handing the Keystone Heights
football team a 21-0 loss that
eliminated the Indians from
contention for second place in
District 3-2A.
Keystone (2-5) squandered
three scoring opportunities
after driving inside the Ribault
30, including a drive inside the
Ribault 10 in the first quarter.
The Indians, though, were
outgained by Ribault 316-174.
The Trojans scored: two
second-half touchdowns on
runs by Taren Wilson and Paul
Maple, while Keystone was
held to 21 yards-after gaining
61 on its opening drive of the
second half.
Ribault (5-2) is currently in
second place in the district-
Bolles has wrapped up the
district championship--with a
4-1 record. Even if the Trojans
lose their remaining; two
district games and Keystone
wins its two against Yulee and
'Bradford, the Indians,' who
have a 2-3 district record, will
be left out of the picture for the
runner-up spot in the district.
In such a scenario, the runner-
:up spot would go to
Fernandina Beach.
The Trojans wasted little
time getting on the scoreboard,
with receiver Javon Bell
providing the spark. Bell
returned the opening kickoff
34 yards to the Keystone 47.
He then caught a 12-yard pass
from Malik Jackson on the
first play from scrimmage.
Bell and Jackson hooked up
again for a 22-yard completion
on a fourth-and-3 play' That
put the Trojans at the Keystone
6, which set Wilson up for the
first of his two touchdown
runs. Keystone found itself
down 7-0 approximately four
minutes into the game.
Keystone was aided iby a
couple of Ribault penalties on
its first drive, the biggest of
which was a personal foul that
was committed after the
Indians were, forced to;l punt.
That set Keystone up \rith a
first down at the Ribault 37.
From there, the Indians
promptly moved to tie 11
when running back Marcel
Robisoa s*r-, pass
from RJ. Buxton and turned it
into a 26-yard gain. Robinson
followed that up with a 2-yard
run to the 9, but on second
down, Keystone was flagged
for pass interference.
The Indians committed-just
five penalties in the game, but
the pass interference call
resulted in a loss of downs and
pushed the Indians badk'to the
24. They had to settle for a 41-
yard Tim Frysinger field-goal
attempt, which .was no! good
with 1:59 remaining in the first
quarter.
Keystone's Kevin villain
thwarted a Ribault scoring
threat when he intercepted a
pass at his own 5-yard line
early in the second quarter.
Despite being backed up close
to their own end zone, the
Indians put a promising drive
together. Runs by Robinson
and Thomas Ricketts resulted
in first downs, as did facemask
and personal-foul penalties on
Ribault. The personal-foil call
put the Indians at the Ribault
30. Robinson had a 6-yard run
to the 24, but a holding call
backed Keystone up to the 36.
The Ribault defense
;tiffened, stuffing Roblinson


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for no gain on the ensuing
second-down play and then
sacking Buxton for a loss 4
yards, forcing the Indians to
punt.
Keystone received the
opening kickoff to start the
second half and gained three
first downs. A 10-yard run by
Shane Jennings got the drive
off to a good start, while a 29-
yard reception by Ryan Latner
on second-and-25 resulted in a
first down at the Ribault 41. A
13-yard run by Robinson
gained another first down at
the 22, but the drive stalled at
the 19. A 36-yard field-goal
attempt by Frysinger fell short.
That was the last serious
threat posed by the Keystone
offense, while the Trojans
scored on their first two
possessions of the half.
Following the missed field
goal, Ribault moved
downfield, gaining first downs
on two receptions of 17 and 18
yards by Bell and runs of 9 and
10 yards by Wilson. Bell's 17-
yard reception put the Trojans
at the Keystone 24, from
where Wilson carried the ball
practically untouched into the
end zone. That run, with the
SPAT, put Ribault up 14-0 with
2:47 left in the third quarter.
Bell, who finished with five
catches for 84, had another key
grab-a 15-yarder-on the
Trojans' next drive, but it was
the running of Wilson and Paul,
Maple that carried them to
their next score. An 11-yard
run by Wilson resulted 'in a
first down at the Keystone 25.
Maple promptly followed that
up with a 15-yard run. Two
more carries by Maple were
good enough to get Ribault
into the end zone. Maple's 5-
yard scoring run gave Ribault
a three-touchdown advantage
with 8:04 to play.
The Indians will attempt to
break their two-game losing
streak when they travel to play
district opponent Yulee (3-4,
2-3) this Friday, Oct. 31, at
7:30 p.m.

BHS fields 2
full teams at
Middleburg
Classic
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It has been approximately
four years since Bradford High
School has been able to enter a
full girls' team into cross
_--c nntry fxompethbad abf ar e .
Tornadoes were able to do so
Oct. 25 at the Middleburg
Classic.
The girls' team wound up
finishing just 10'h out of 11
teams in the junior varsity
race, but every member either
recorded a personal record or
ran her best time of the season.
On the boys' side, Andy
Merrill bettered his personal
record by 50 seconds in


helping lead the Tornadoes to
eighth place out of 13 teams in
the junior varsity race.
"We ran very well," coach
John Loper said. "It was our
best meet of the year."
Merrill, who was sixth
individually, finished with a
time of 18:19. The two
teammates who finished
behind him notched personal
records as well: James
Ramseur (20:58) and lan
Waters (21:06). Andrew
Warren ran a season-best time
of 22:03, followed by David
Weeks (22:26) and Thomas
Nguyen (21:14, personal
record).
Christina Jordan led the girls
with a season-best time of
24:09, which was three
seconds off her personal
record. She finished 39"'.
Following Jordan were
Jesika Robinson and Hannah
Ricker, who each had season-
best times of 26:16 and 27:19,
respectively, Kayla Garlo, who
had a personal record of 26:10,
and Sarah Swords, who had a
season-best time of 31:53.
Loper said it has been a very
successful season for both the
high school and Bradford
Middle School programs. The
boys' and girls' middle school
teams are composed
completely of t first-year
runners, while the boys' high
school team has four freshmen.
Loper said special thanks go
to the programs other
coaches: Ben Urfer and
Sabrina Harden.

Griffis misses
out on top-50
finish for KH
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kelsey Griffis led the
Keystone Heights girls' cross
country team and just missed
out on finishing among the 50
best runners out of a field of
more than 140 at the
Middleburg Classic on Oct. 25.
Griffis ran a time of 22:39,
which was good for 57th place.
Teammates finishing behind
her were Raquel Doty-
O'Kelley (24:12), Allison
Alsup (25:37), Leann Dye
(26:01) and Mandy Frazier
(29:32).
In the boys' race, Alec"
Meston led Keystone with a
time of 20:05. Josh Jimmeson
had a time of 21:30, followed
by Parker Rollins (22:30), TJ.
Chirico (22:41) and .Jacob
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The girls' team placed 181'
out of 22 teams, while the boys
were last in the field of 26.

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their homes to what they did
when their husbands went off
to war.
"We remember how they
have seen the first of so many
things," Taylor said. "Think
about it. They've seen the first
refrigerator, the first TV, the
first car and the first loaf of
bread that ever came sliced."
Quilter Lettie Smith said she
just enjoys her time with the
other ladies. Kirk agreed.
"It just makes us feel good
all over," Kirk said.
It is a time to laugh and cut
up, Taylor said, but don't think
the ladies don't take their
quilting seriously. One of the
ladies, Thelma Griffis, did not
start on her quilt as early as the
others because of her health.
Yet when she did start, she
went to work in impressive
fashion.
"She worked faithfully on
it," Taylor said. "Actually,
hers was done quicker than
most of them. I would never
have believed that she would
have been well enough to even
have done this."
Griffis said she looks
forward to starting work on
another quilt. The one she
recently finished will be a
Christmas present to a special
friend of hers.
"She does so much for me,"
Griffis said of her friend.
Taylor said it has been
touching to hear the ladies talk
of what will become of their


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quilts.
"They're so proud," she
said. "They already know who
they're going to give them to.'"
Griffis and Kirk are a part of
a larger group of ladies at the
center who simply enjoy
making something nice with
their hands. Taylor said the
ladies are responsible for
decorating for the holidays and
for special events at the center,
and they are currently making
items, including edible
goodies, for the center's fall
festival, which is being held
today, Oct. 30.
"We love to decorate, and
we had so many pretty things
the last time at our festival;"
Griffis said.


Taylor said the ladies'
festival items are quite
desirable as Windsor Manor
employees have already zeroed
in on what they want to buy.
"We have probably the most
gifted and talented senior
citizens here that I've ever
seen," Taylor said.
Kirk said the quilting and
crafting activities are a good
way to spend part of the day.
"It gives us something to do
besides sitting and doing
nothing," she said.
Griffis loves meeting with
the other ladies. If her health
allows it, that's where you'll
find her.
"If I'm able, I'm here," she
said.





Shirley Jones
Hitchcock (left)
and Peggy Kirk
were two of the
ladies who
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Sto work on fall
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Thelma Griffis works on a craft project for the
Windsor Manor fall festival.




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