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Union County


USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010


98th Year -28th Issue 75 CENTS


Altered parade route for
Veterans Day parade
A Veterans Day ceremony will take place at the Masonic
Lodge beginning at 9:45 a.m. The guest speaker will be Scott
Fisher. A parade will follow, but due to the number of business-
es closed on Main Street, the parade route will be as follows:
Leave Sprinkle Field, go through Lake Butler Elementary
School bus ramp, then head east on S.R. 121 past Lake Butler
Middle School. The parade will then turn right onto Lake Av-
enue and proceed past Union County High School. turning right
on SE 11' Street, past the football parking lot, then turn right
on SE 4 Avenue (at Dekle Cemetery) and return to Sprinkle
Field.

Special band performance
for veterans Nov. 12
The U'CHS JROTC and band will present a special halftime
show tribute to all veterans during the Nov. 12 football game.
All veterans are encouraged to attend this special event. The
football game begins at 7:30 p.m.

Note this!
The Union County Road Department and Solid Waste De-
partment will, be closed on Thursday, Nov. I1, for Veterans
Day. All five collection sites in the county will also be closed.
In addition, the Union County Courthouse will be closed on
this day




Samaritan foils


robbery, assault


Darrell Fowler was enjoying
an average evening, shopping
in Harvey's Supermarket in the
Melrose area on Nov. 2 at ap-
proximately 8:30 p.m. The re-
tired postal worker was in line
to pay for his groceries when a
young girl ran in carrying a baby.
She was upset and yelling some-
thing, but he couldn't understand
what she said.
A woman ran in behind her
yelling that someone was trying
to steal a lady's purse in the park-
ing lot. Harvey's staff called 911
and Fowler asked where the man
was. The woman pointed to the
south end of the parking lot.
He ran out in the direction
she pointed, but couldn't really
see the man, who was 70 yards
away in a dark area of the lot. He
kept running and within seconds
he could see a man and woman
struggling.
The woman saw Fowler and
got out of the way. The man
charged at Fowler and he side-
stepped, causing the man to fall
to the ground. He jumped up and
came at Fowler again.
"I don't really remember what
happened next." said Fowler.
"All I know is 1 wound up on top
of the guy and put him in a bear
hug. He still had the purse and
I kept yelling, 'Let it go! Let it
go!""
The man finally did let go of
the purse and Fowler said he
threw it behind him so the man
could not grab it again. With
both the victim and the purse out
of harm's wa\. "I was done then.
so I just let go," said Fowler.
The man jumped into his car
and sped off. Fowler, who vol-
unteers at the Bradford Count\
Sheriff's Office. got the license
plate number.
Fowler picked up some mon-
ey that had fallen to the ground,.
along with the suspect's shoe and
hat, which had also fallen off in
the struggle. "I don't know whv
I picked up the shoe and the hat,
but I did." said Fowler.
He gave the victim back the
money he had picked up and
went back inside the store to pay
for his groceries.
When BCSO deputies and in-
vestigators arrived, Fowler and
other witnesses provided them


with a description of the car and
the license plate number.
The victim told investigators
that she had left the store and
walked to her car. A man walked
up behind her and grabbed hold
of her purse, causing her to
fall to the ground. She said she
didn't let go of the.purse and he
punched her and kicked her in
the head and the face.
She still didn't let go and he
dragged her across the parking
lot on her back. When Fowler ap-
proached, she finally let go and
got out of the way.
Investigators ran the license
plate number and it was regis-
tered to Larry Anthony Cross-
ley, 51 ,-of Melrose. Because his
residence is in Alacbua County,
BCSO contacted tne Alachua
County Sheriff's Office for as-
sistance.. Crossley was located
at his home and the victim posi-
tively identified him as the man
who had grabbed her purse and
assaulted her.
Crossley was also wanted in
Alachua County for unrelated
charges. Crossley was 'booked
into the Alachua County Jail and
Bradford County issued a war-
rant for robbery. Bond on the
Bradford County charge is set at
$200,000. When he is released
from the Alachua County Jail, he
will be transported to the Brad-
ford County Jail.
BCSO Capt. Brad Smith said
Crossley has a lengthy arrest re-
cord that includes drug charges,
kidnapping and robbery, prosti-
tution. resisting arrest and other
violent offenses. He has spent
time in both county jails and state
correctional facilities.
Capt. Smith said Fowler and
the other bystanders in the Har-
vey's parking lot played a pivotal
role in this case being solved.
Bystanders alerted the people in-
side the store that a woman was
being assaulted. Bystanders got
the license plate number and a
description of the car-which led
directly to Crossley being identi-
fied and arrested.
"Helpful citizens such as Mr.
Fowler and the other witnesses
were able to help us get a bad
guy off the streets and, hope-

See FOIL page 2A


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RMC K-9 Team finds missing person


A Florida Department of Cor-
rections canine tracking team
from the Reception and Medical
Center in Lake Butler successful-
ly located a'missing woman on
Nov. 2, at 4:35 p.m. in Columbia
County.
The Game and Fish Commis-
sion requested assistance from
RMC's K-9 Unit, which con-
sists of correctional officers and
tracking dogs. Those involved in
finding the missing woman are


Sergeant B. Adams, Officer R.
Shuler and canine Patriot.
There are 37 canine teams
located at prisons throughout
Florida, who are on call 24 hours
a day to respond to local law en-
forcements' requests for assis-
tance in locating individuals.

Last year alone, K-9 Units
were called 611 times to assist
sheriff's offices, police depart-,
ments, the Florida Highway Pa-


trol and othes in need-averag- units of their own, or who need
ing close to two calls per day. additional K-9s to assist their


The original purpose of the K-
9 Tracking Teams was to track
(via scent) escaped inmates, but
fewer and fewer escapes are oc-
curring. There have been no es-
capes from a secure perimeter
'since 2006.
K-9 services are now being
used more often by local law en-
forcement who do not have K-9


teams.
The dogs live in kennels on
the prison grounds, and most are
bloodhounds except for a few
beagles. The dogs do not attack
when they find their quarry, but
instead bounce excitedly, which
is why many law enforcement
agencies prefer using DOC track-
ing units to find missing or run-
away children and the elderly.


Worthington Springs gets grant for ramp


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

On Oct. 29, the city of
Worthington Springs held a
groundbreaking ceremony at the
future site of a new boat ramp for
the Santa Fe River.
A $200,000 grant was received
from the Florida Wildlife Com-
mission and includes a river ac-
cess boat ramp, floating dock
and fishing piei. complete with
gazebo parking and picnicking
areas.
The'grant was made possible
through the efforts of Mayor
John D. Rimes Ill wxho has been
working on the project for sev-

See RAMP page 2A


Pictured (1-r) were Worthington Springs.Council Member Bill Holton, FWC Officer Bret
Gill, Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, Worthington Springs Mayor John Rimes
III, Frank Blanco (representative from Sen. Steve Oelrich's office), Council Member
Joan Douglas, Council Member Jim Amwake and Suwannee River Water Management
District Assistant Executive Director Charles Houder.


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Phone (386) 496-2261


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2A Union County Times Thursday, Nov. II, 2010


Veterans Service
Center closed
Nov. 10
The Veterans Sen ice C('en-
ter x ill be closed on Wednes-
day. No\. 10 and \\ill reopen on
WAdncsda\. No\. 17 from 8:30
a.mi.-tnoon. The office is located
on NW I" Street in I.ake Butler.
-For more information, contact
Harbara Fischer at 904-263-
0647.

Enter your
float in the
LB Christmas
parade
The city of Lake Butler is cur-
rently accepting applications for
the annual Christmas parade.
The parade will he held on
Friday, Dec. 10, at 7 p.m. This
year's theme is "Hee-haw Christ-
mas." Either stop by city hall to
pick up an entry form or call 386-
496-3401 to have one faxed to
you. Entry deadline is Monday,
Nov. 29.

Newly elected
officials take
oath Nov. 16
An oath of office ceremony for
the newly elected Union County
and school board members will
take place in the courtroom on
Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m. A
reception will follow downstairs
in the boardroom.

Eastern Star yard
sale set Nov. 13
On Saturday, Nov. 13, from 8
a.m.-3 p.m., the Lake Butler Or-
der of the Eastern Star will hold a
huge garage sale at the Lake But-
ler Masonic Lodge. The lodge is
located at 325 W. Main Street.


FFA students earn honors at national competitions:


Worth

Noting


Game night

at the library

Nov. 13
Come to the Union County
Public Library on Saturday, Nov.
13, from 5-7 p.m. and join in a
Super Smash Brother Brawl
Tournament and other gaming
fun. Enter the tournament for a


Thanksgiving chance to win cash and prizes.
break for Union Admission is free and tourna-
ment entry is $3. IRefreshlnents
County schools
will be the week .. '
of Nov. 22-26. RAMP
Continued from Page 1A


Amazing Acres
fundraiser dinner
and auction
: On Saturday, Nov. 20, at 5
p.m., Amazing Acres will hold a
fundraiser dinner and silent auc-
tion at the Lake Butler Commu-
nity Center.
For $6 a plate, the meal in-
cludes either a barbecue pork
sandwich or a chicken quarter
with baked beans, cole slaw and
bread. The silent auction will be
held from 5-7 p.m.
If you have items to donate
for the silent auction, please call
Kristie Ward at 386-623-1527
or e-mail her at kwardfl@''wind-
stream.net. All donations are tax
.deductible.
Amazing Acres is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to enrich-
ing the lies and experiences of
individuals with disabilities and
their families in Utnion and other
surrounding counties through;
therapeutic horse riding and re-
lated activities.

Farm-City Week
celebration
Nov. 22
SThe annual Farm-C('it Week
celebration \\ ill he held on Mon-
day. Nov. 22. at 6 p.m. in the
Lake Butler Comnmunity Center.
Please plan to bring a covered
dish for your family plus four
more people. The entree and bev-
erages w\\ill be proxy ided.


:UC food pantry
fundraiser
Nov. 30
A group of concerned citizens
is working to open a much-need-
ed food pantry in Union County.
l'he food pantry is designed to
assist families in need with free
food items on a temporary basis.
A fundraiser car wash will
take place on Saturday, Nov. 20.
at Hardee's Restaurant in L.ake
Butler.

See FOOD page 3A


eral months.
In the past three years, Rimes
has successfully acquired $2.1
million in state and federal grants
for improvements to Worthington
Springs. Those grants included
additions and/or improvements
to the Chastain-Seay Park and
upgrades to the town's recre-
ational park
Rimes said that in addition to


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Members of the Lake Butler
Senior FFA Chapter placed 14"'
out of 37 teams participating in
the 2010 National FFA Poultry
Ealulation Career Development
E\ c t.
I lie competition was held in
Indianapolis. Oct. 20-23, during
the 83rd National FFA Conven-
tion. During the event, com-
petitlors were asked to evaluate
production, processing and mer-
chandising phases of the poultry
industry as well as identify vari-
outs industry components. They
also evaluated live birds, pre-
sented oral reasons and placed a
class of ready-to-cook broilers.
The National FFA Poultry Ca-
reer Development Event is spon-
sored by Tyson Foods Inc., the
U.S. Poultry and Egg Associa-
tion and the National FFA Foun-
dation. It is one of 23 different
national events that use the fun
of competition to connect class-
room learning and careers.

Tucker wins
silver at national
competition
Holly Tucker of Lake Butler
recently competed in the Nation-
al FFA Agriscience Fair during
the National FFA Convention,
Oct. 20-23, in Indianapolis, Ind.
Tucker was awarded with a
silver pin for her project titled,
"Which common biomass feed-
stock will produce the most en-
ergy: gallberry or pine straw?"'
There were 580 participants in
the National FFA Agriscience
Fair.


Holly Tucker
Holly Tucker


Holly Tucker was a winner at
the state level before successful-
ly moving up to compete at the
national level.


will be available. For more infor-
mination, call 386-496-3432.

Florida
Gateway to
host Game
Night Nov. 12
All of the hottest video games
will be on display Friday, Nov.
12, as Florida Gateway College
and the FGC Anime Club play
host to Game Night. The event

these improvements, construc-
tion of the new Dollar General
store on..SR. 121 next to Wil-
liams LP Gas will begin later this
month.
"I enjoy seeking out and ap-
plying for grants to benefit the
citizens of Worthington Springs,
and look forward to working with
others who want to improve our
town," said Rimes.
Construction on the new boat
ramp and dock will begin in mid-
November and should be com-
pleted by the end of the year.


THANK YOU


to the citizens
of District 2

o. for your strong
-, -- vote.
As your
county
t commissioner,
S 'I will continue
to be available
to you at all
.:: ... \ -: \ tim es.

Thank you,
Morris, Ramona and Carmen Dobbs
PO. POL. ADV PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY MORRIS DOBBS FOR UNION COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2

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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
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(386) 496-2261
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Subscription Rate in Trade Area
$39.00 per year:
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Time change means 'fall back'

to watering lawn once a week


Under the new
rule, water users
may irrigate their
landscapes only
one day per week
effective the first
Sunday in November.
The time change marks the
start of one-day-per-week lawn
and landscape watering limits for
residents throughout the 15 coun-
ties in the Suwannee River Water
Management District (SRWMD).
Those counties include Alachua,
Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Di-
xie. Gilchrist, Hamilton. Jeffer-
son, Lafayette, Levy, Madison.
Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor and
Union.


will take place from 4-10 p.ni. in
the college's library.
The free event will feature
some of the newest video games
including Street Fighter IV, Call
of Duty: Black Ops, Rock Band 3
and Star Wars: Force Unleashed


FOIL
Continued from Page 1A

fully, headed back to prison,"
said Smith. He .said witnesses
and other people.who are willing
to come forward with informa-
tion to assist authorities in secur-
ing an arrest are invaluable to
law enforcement. Anyone with
information about a crime that
has been committed in Bradford
County can contact BCSO at
904-966-6380. -


In january, SRWMD imple-
mented a rule that places limits
on lax n and landscape irrigation
for all residents within its bound-
aries: Under the rule, residents
can water two days per week in
spring and summer (Daylight
Saving Time), and only one day
per week during fall and win-
ter (Standard Time). Watering
should not occur between 10
a.m. and 4 p.m.
Residents have the flexibility
to choose which day(s) they will
water, with the exception of per-
sons residing within the city of
Alachua, which has adopted its
own ordinance establishing an
irrigation schedule based upon
addresses.
The district's rule applies to


Children under age 13 must
bhe accompanied by an adult.
Free food and drinks will be
available. There also will be a
random drawing for a $25 gift
card to Game Stop. The winner
of the Street Fighter IV contest
also will receive a $25 gift card


residential landscaping, public
or commercial recreation areas'
and public and commercial busi'
nesses. It does not apply to honime
vegetable gardens and there are'
exemptions for establishment of6
new lawns. It does not apply to"
agricultural irrigation, which is
covered by other water-use regu-:
lations.
The rule applies to those with-
private wells and to those using-
public utilities. It applies both
to groundwater (aquifer) and,
surface water (rivers and lakes)
sources. It does not apply to th1.
use of reclaimed water or water
from rain barrels.
For more information, please'
call 1-800-226-1066 or visit
xxvwww.mysuwvanneeriver.com. _


to Game Stop. For more infor-
mation, contact Troy Roberts at
386-754-4247 or e-mail him alt
Troy.Roberts@ fgc.edu.

Got a story or
announcement? -
386-496-2261


OL- Worship i theHoause of the ord...
Somewhere this week!

The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to allttend the church of your choice!'

M JACKSON, BUILDING SUPPLY 11


The Lake Butler Sr. FFA Chapter poultry team were (I-r) Clay Abraham, Kayla Freeman, Kaci Graham, Rachel
Summers and Dustin Bielling along with Tyson Foods representative Roy Brister.


Woman Gets "Thera-Gesick"
Tattoo After Successful Use!
BEXAR COUNTY -Mary Ann W. used Thera-Gesic' on her sore back and was so
excited about the great resLIlts and great value that she got a big "Thenra-Gesic'"tattoo
as a celebration.
When asked where on her body-she got the tattoo, she painlessly I
replied, "None of your dang business!"

S Go painlessly with Thera-Gesic


Russell A. Wade III, P.A.


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7 Attorney at Law
- (386) 496-9656
Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
Now accepting Mastercard Visa Discover and Debit Cards
155 SE 6th Place Lake Butler, FL
(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off of Main Street)


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Thursday, Nov. fl, 2010 Union County Times 3A




It's doggone good therapy for hospital patients


BY GERALD COUTS,
US ARMY RET.
Special to the Times

Around this time last \car.
I went to the Tampa Bay area
for treatment of a medical prob-
lem. Shortly after starting the
treatment, I de% eloped another
problem-a blood clot in mn\
left leg. On Thanksgiv ing day.


Healthy Start
meets Nov. 18
Healthy Start of North Central
Florida will hold a board meeting
on Thursday, Nov. 18, at 2 p.m.
The meeting will take place in the
WellFlorida Council conference
room, located in Gainesville. For
more information, contact Celia
Paynter at 352-313-6500, ext.
118.

NRPLC meets
Nov. 11
The governing board of the
New River Public Library Coop-
erative will hold its meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 11, at 5 p.m. at
the New River Solid Waste facil-
ity located on S.R. 121, north of
Raiford.

Thanksgiving
celebration and
fall festival set
Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church of Worthington
Springs will hold a Thanksgiving
celebration and fall festival on
Saturday, Nov. 20, from 3-5 p.m.
For more information, call 386-
496-2859 or 386-496-4575.

UCHS yearbooks
for sale
Union County High School
yearbooks are now on sale. There
are three packages to choose
from: yearbook only-$50, year-
book with name plate-$60, or
yearbook with name plate and
ycur child's photo on the covper-
$70. These special packages are
only available until Christmas.
After that, the yearbook only
package will be on sale at the cost
of $75. Please see Carla Dicks'at
UCHS for more information or
you can e-mail her at dicksc@
union.k 12.fl.us.

RMC collecting
bicycles for Toys
for Kids event
The Reception and Medical
Center is currently collecting any
new or 'used bicycles to repair
for the annual Toys for Kids/Big
Red Christmas Drive in Union
County.
Anyone who can donate bi-
cycles, bicycle parts or paint,
please contact Lt. Bret Dukes
at 386-623-4952 to arrange for
pickup.

Display your
Tiger spirit
at LBES
Every Friday morning before
school, 'the UCHS Tigerettes
sell Tiger football temporary tat-
toos at Lake Butler Elementary
School. Tattoos are $1 each and
can be purchased at either the end
of the bus ramp, on the sidewalk
outside Mrs. Jones' classroom or
in Mrs. Vandiver's classroom.

Thursday bingo
at the VFW
The Lake Butler VFW Post
10082 holds bingo night ev-
ery Thursday at 7 p.m. The. post
is located off C.R. 231 in Lake
Butler.



FOOD
Continued from Page 2A

Arlee McRae of the Food Pan-
try of Starke, who has helped
many Union County citizens in
the past, will be at the event to


talk to residents and assist with
providing more information.

America is a great country,
but you can't live in it for
nothing.
WILL ROGERS


The great and glorious (and the not)


Week 11
college football
predictions

BY CURTIS MESNARD
Special to the Times

Note: All rankings are BCS
rankings.

No. I Oregon (9-0)
at California (5-4)
Right now, Oregon is like an
F-22 fighter jet. It creates death
from above at a high rate of
speed and with an unbelievable
rate of fire. The handling and
maneuvering, are indescribable,
and it is actually piloted by a
highly intelligent and evolved
velociraptor who has been drink-
ing NOS energy drinks for six
months straight.
On the other hand, Cal is like a
1974 Buick whose driver is tired
after working the graveyard shift
at Denny's.At seems as if Oregon
is a mortal lock for the BCS title
game and that won't change after
the dust settles from this one.
My pick: 52-13 Ducks

No. 4 Boise State (8-0)
at Idaho (4-5) ,
Aside from the' potato festi-
vals, this is probably the biggest
thing that happens in Idaho all


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year. But seriously, is this cven a
rivalry game?
Boise racked up a ridiculous
732 yards on offense against a
helpless Hawaii team last week,
but that's not going to help
them any. The Broncos are up-
set because, once again, they
will probably not be invited to
the party, and rightfully so. Get
over yourselves, Boise. You're
only "for real" because of yourL
weak schedule. Of course, as
long as you keep playing weak
schedules, you're still "for real"
somehow according to the HCS.
Go figure.
My pick: 49-14 Broncos

Louisiana Monroe (4-
5) at No. 5 LSU (8-1)
Here is a scenario that I predict
will happen: Auburn beats Geor-
gia, but loses to Alabama. LSUI
wins out, but Auburn still goes to
the SEC Championship because
they only have to \win one of their
remaining games to qialify for
Atlanta.
.What. we will be left with is an
LSU team who could be ranked
higher than the SEC champions.
The best part is Les Miles piob-
ably planned it all out this \\a\.
',The man is a genius. Either way,
a one-loss SEC team will proba-
bly not be able to play for the Na-
tional Championship this year.
My pick: 35-9 LSU


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Kansas (3-6) at No.8
Nebraska (8-1)
Hey, do you think Kansas
would still go with Turner Gill if
they had it to do all over again?
Me either.
Apparently you can take the
coach out of Buffalo, but you
can't take Buffalo out of the
coach. Don't look for the Jay-
hawks to score 35 fourth-quarter
points on Nebraska like they did
On Colorado last week. Nebraska
on the other hand, will more than
likely play for-and win-the
Big 12 Championship. This
should be a nice intramural-type
scrimmage game for them.
My pick: 47-12 Huskers

Texas Tech (5-4) at
No.16 Oklahoma (7-2)
Oklahoma has now delivered

See MESNARD page 6A


LEFT Gerald Couts and his therapeutic dog Beaugy.


they carved me instead of the
turkey.
All of this resulted in a
lengthy round of hospital stays
for the surgery and infections.
During this time, I met several
dogs in the hospital, dogs used
as therapy dogs. I had never
heard of such a thing. It was
strange to have a nurse come
into the room and announce
,there was a dog outside who
.wanted to visit me.
After returning home to
Union County, I went to visit a
friend in the local hospital and
he mentioned that he wished
that he could see his dogs.
This made me think of my dog,
Beaugy.
Beaugy is an AKC registered
poodle whose full name is Gen-
eral Pierre Gustave Toutant Be-


auregard II. He loves all people
and playing with tennis balls.
I decided that Beaugy would
be the perfect dog to visit those
confined to hospital beds and
sought out getting him the re-
quired ID badge. In order to
have Beaugy approved to visit
sick patients, I produced his
medical records showing he
was healthy and had his shots
up to date along with a letter
of recommendation from a li-
censed veterinarian. Beaugy
new has his own ID badge for
Lake Butler Hospital where
he has visited patients a few
times.
After being established in
Lake Butler, I hope to expand
his services to visiting the Vet-
erans' Administration Hospital
in Lake City.


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TOWN OF WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
2nd Public Hearing for CDBG Grant Application

The Town of Worthington Springs is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) for a grant under the Neighborhood Revitalization category in the amount of $600,000.00
under the Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. The activities for
which The Town of Worthington Springs is applying are: Recreation, Street Resurfacing, and Solid
Waste Disposal.

Town intends to 1) repave approximately 2.5 miles of city streets, 2) installation of sidewalks
alongside town streets, and 3) construct various recreational improvements to Chastain Seay Park.
See below chart for dollar amounts and low to moderate income benefit percentages:
ACTIVITY AMOUNT LMI BENEFIT
Street Repaving $350,000 At Least 51%
Sidewalks $200,000 At Least 51%
Recreation $50,000 At Least 51%
The Town of Worthington Springs plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of CDBG
funded activities in the following manner by avoiding all activities that would cause displacement
of the residents of Worthington Springs. If any persons are displaced as a result of these planned
activities, the Town will assist such persons in the following manner by providing mitigation of
any hardship caused by displacement to the best ability of the Town Council.
A public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application will be held at
6:30 PM on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at Town Hall. A draft copy of the application will be
available for review at that time. A final copy of the application will be made available at upon
request to Megan Carter at (386) 752-5640 ext. 114. The application will be submitted to DCA on
or before November 17, 2010. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the
public hearing, contact Megan Carter at (386) 752-5640 Ext. 114.
The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped
person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact
Megan Carter (386) 752-5640 x 114, at least 7 calendar days prior to the meeting and an interpreter
will be provided. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should
contact Megan Carter (386) 752-5640 x 114 at least 7 calendar days prior to the meeting and a
language interpreter will be provided. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons
(TDD) please call 1-800-955-8771. Any handicapped person requiring special accommodation at
this meeting should contact Megan Carter, (386) 752-5640 x 114 at least 7 calendar days prior to
the meeting.
Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures will be
submitted to DCA with the application. The disclosures Will be made available by the Town of
Worthington Springs and DCA for public inspection upon request. These disclosures will be
available on and after the date of submission of the application and shall continue to be available
for a minimum period of five years.
1. Other government (federal, state and local) assistance to the project in the form of a gift, grant,
loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form of
direct or indirect benefit by source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants involved in
the application for assistance or in the planning or development of the project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with a pecuniary interest in the
project that can reasonably be expected to exceed $50,000 or 10% of the grant request
(whichever is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or others listed in two (2) or
three (3) above which are corporations, or other entities, the. identification and pecuniary
interests by corporation or entity of each officer, director, principal stockholder, or other
official of the entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers of
those funds and the amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all funds by activity and amount.






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Homecoming royal Chelsea Clemons was chilly during the brisk
weather of the parade. She was accompanied by king hopeful, Clay
Renard.


Jessica O'Steen waves to the crowd as she and Colby Andrews
arrive in style for Tiger Growl.


in.UCUCHS royaity..
the homecoming parade are junior princess
ilee Hooten and prince Brett Williams.


Royal court members Lashae Mitchell and
Quentin Johnson.


Sophomore princess Caitlyn Halle and prince
Dylan Clark.


First place float went to this remake of Gotham City by the senior class. Chelsie Hersey is pictured as Robin.


Freshman prince Geordyn Green
Miranda Merritt.


and princess


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LEFT: In the junior's second-place skit, several super heroes faced off in
Olympic games against the evil bad guys. Sometimes the super heroes
won, sometimes they lost, but in the end, the Hulk saved them all. Shown
here, Kelly Gray as Wonder Woman, Kora Seay as Flash, Dorean Sirmones
as Batman, Christina Hunter as Storm, Abby Worthington as Super Girl and
Shane Lang as Spiderman.


Senior
Tigers
Brittani
Adams and
Courtney i
Klein listen
as Joker !
(Kayla
Hardin)
busts in :
on a locker
room pepi
talk by
Coach
Ronny
Pruitt
(Garrett
-- ., McRee).


Junior Gregory Edwards as Dr. Octopus, Morgan Dukes as Queen Bee,
Jaquita Henderson as the Green Goblin, Cat Woman Alana Stevens,
Jaguar Michaela Joyner, Jailon Couch as Lex Luther, Jacob Merrox as the
Hulk and Robert Stoudemire as the Penquin.


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Under Joker's spell, the football players dance it up to "Single Ladies" reminiscent of a recent
episode of the show "Glee." The dancing fools (1-r) are seniors Lindsey Clark, Amy Emery, Emily
Holmes, Teenie Stone, Joker's goon Kaylen Johns, Amanda Spires, Taylor Nettles, goon Jameka
Ruise and Chelsie Hersey.


' The Incredibles were just having a typical normal day in the sophomore skit when
:suddenly Jaguars appeared and challenged them to a dance competition. Left to right
is Allen Burch as Mr. Incredible, Kevin Bradley as Dash, Courtney Walsh as Elastigirl
and Victoria Whiteley as Violet. The Jaguars were played by Ashlyn Harden, Amber
Templeton, Prince Alexander and Staci Norman.


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Tying with the sophomores for third place, the Jaguars tried to take a slushy machine
from the freshman class. They called in Ironman for help, however, his powers were
not strong enough to defeat the Jaguars and the class called in Tae Kwon Do expert
Tiger Sulsona to finish them off. Pictured are Sulsona's trainer Austin Dukes, Tiger
Sulsona played by Taylor Cross and Jaguars Shelby Thomas, Taylor Wilkins, Kayla
Nettles and Haley Libby. Ironman was played by Colten McAlister.


LEFT: School Board members Marsan Carr, Sandra Floyd, George Green, Board
Attorney Dan Webb, Superintendent Carlton Faulk and board member Alvin Griffis.


ABOVE: The Union County High
School JROTC led the way for
the homecoming parade on Nov.
5. Pictured in the front are color
guard members (1-r) Timothy
SChatfield (American weapon),
"Jessica Church (American flag),
Allie Cummins (UCHS flag),
,Xristopher Greene (state flag) and
- Elizabeth Root (state weapon).
RIGHT: Black History Club king
Alonzo Stewart and queen Jacquita
Henderson.


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v ES KIA N RE at Purdue (4-5) My pick: 37-18 Utes
IVI- M D !-X . Michigan's defensive perfor-
Continued from Page3,:, ,rnancJast.week was a complete Georgia (5-5) at No.
a i" d 6 total aberration. There's no 2 Auburn (10-0)
their semi-annual inexplicable' w .ay they would 6nly hold Illi- I'll be honest, I like watching
roa loss. They are completely nois to 65 points 'if they played a car wreck just as much as any-
odtiof the picture in the' Big 12. them again.. body else, so if you're like me.
uriless they can beat No. 10.OkI Denard- Robinson threw .all you'll be tuning into this game
hqma State in the shoVdiwn at, o.v;r-i the Illini, which is ridicu- a few times just to see how bad
thi QK Corral (T. BooneiPicfk I-lous, You have to completely Georgia looks.
ers Stadium). Since they are riot blow" your assignment to have Auburn ranks sixth in total
or.the road, I think they:should-* UMs play action passing game yards (thanks to Cam Newton),
hdV%-t no problem with a Texass beat ..you, 'especially biting on fourth in rushing yards (thanks to
Tt h team who seems to o..>thpossibili.ty of Vincent. Smith* Cam Newton),and sixth in points
in.t'hrough sdme kind-ofidentit~. e ..tiig tie ball.: HJe's going to scored (thanks to Cam Newton).
crs. '. .be tackled. before you even get The Dawgs could completely
:My pick: 36-14 Sooners to him. Why would you bite on shatter Auburn's dreams of both
thv? If .youdo.,you, probably also the SEC and BCS Championship
N~O10 Oklahoma State-,.;. slo' down on green lights know- games with a win in this one. I
(81) at Texas-(4-5) ing 'that elrow. witll be coming said could, not will.
'For the first time since '.,4 s.qn '-. My pick: 33-20 Tigers
arqd for only the second time. My pick: 36.17 Meatchicken
e'er, OK State has to go on th Penn State (6-3) at
road to beat Texas. ' I. ansas State (6-3) at No.11 Ohio State (8-1)
I;see this as another lossp for N. 17 MIssouri (7-2) Congrats to Joe Pa on 400
Texas. What is happening n: Missouri, I wish you. would wins. Now it's time to lose. He
Austin is just comical.That. is just dropout ofthe top25 already and the Nits have to go to the
w h't $5 million a year gets? y so I dori't' have to remember that Shoe where Paterno will prob-
tqjink that with ihe tilenriTexas .yo exist. ably complain about how loud it
his, they could hire someone Yes, .we: know your state's is and that his arm is cold. Some-
like Houston Nutt for much less motto. and all. that.' Congrats. body get him a blanket!
money. Hey, I hear Wad Phil- '.-ey,you know what Michigan's This game is going to be a tidal
lips is available stat motto is? "With Rich Rod, wave of pain. Penn State knows
SMy pick: 37-26 Cowboy -'il things .will probably fail." it's coming, but all they can do to
S .-. '..But.you don't see that on license 'prepare for it is put on those little
Indiana (4-5) at No ...platesor souvenir spoons. Let it arm floatie things. The Buck-
7I Wisconsin (8-1) ..goalready. You were almost rel- eyes should be fresh after play-
-There's never been a Wiscon- evant, but now it's time to walk ing Purdue, Minnesota, and then
sin quarterback that I liked, veri.way. -- '. having a bye week... pretty much
I think they're all just.clones iof :My pick.26-18 Missouri a three-week vacation.
each other. Can you name one' My pick: 44-13 Bucks
Didn't think so. Luckily for Wis No,14 Utah (8-1) at
cTihsin, they rely on their Punish Notre Diame (4-5) No. 20 Virginia Tech (7-2)
iig run game and stingy defense .Tough loss, Utes. I hate to be at North Carolina (6-3)
rnore than they do their QB. the guy who says I told you so, If you hate excitement and
.My pick: 28-7 Badgers so I won't. Utah is bummed just love watching sub-standard foot-
S like.:everyone who foolishly bet ball games while better ones are
No.13 Iowa (7-2) at o'them against TCU, but they
.... on, then after this game the rest
northwestern (6-3) -: will get. the next best thing to of your life will only be a let-
Yawn. :'a: bye this week;so they can re- down... unless UNC can throw
My pick: 21.13 Iowa- : cover The Irish need two wins to all over VT the way they did on
become boI eligible, but they FSU last week. I think Michael
.ichigan (6-3) .:. wo.,vo.:' ..tne Saturday.'. .Vick impersonator Tyrod Tay-


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tAMADAN HAND INTI'TUTE 'the Surplus fr6m the sale, if any, other
.'iis notification is addressed to any than the property owner as of the date
former patients of the deceased Dr. Ofhe L's J endens'must file a claim
wen B.K. Osborne of Ramadan within sixty.(60) days afterthe sale'.
land Institute If you were a patient ZWITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
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Lot 9, Block A of Providence Village .
;Subdivision, as' per .plat(':thereof,.'.: .
'recorded in Plat. Bok 2;,'P .ge- of "' ,' ,':... .. P
the Public Records of Union County, S. AVE
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.NAME IN. WHICH ASSESSED: fEIR
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'Said property being in the County' +
'of Union, State of' Florida.,.Unless '
such certificateshall' be rdeemed .
'according to the faw the' property
described in such certificate wil '
be sold to the highest bidder in tliep F
9"h day of December; 2010:. .
Dated this 27'" day of October, 2010 rC
; '.~ Regina H. Parrish': .
S Clerk of Circuit Court: '.
Union County, FIorida
p;Persons with disabilities requesting
; reasonable accommodations., to- I SI MLOj
participate in this proceeding should .
contact (386) 496-3711., '. OR CA('LL SO-56
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WILLIAM DAVID HOLMES, et at,
Befendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED :.'
FORECLOSURE SALE
!iOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN"'
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated' October '
7, 2010, and entered in Case No..
63-2009-CA-000028 of the Circuit
Qourt of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit.
itt and for UNION County, Florida
therein WELLS FARGO 'BANK,.
SA, is the Plaintiff and -WILLIAM
$AVID HOLMES; BRANDY NICOLE
HOLMES; TENANT #1-. N/K/A
KEATON HOLMES N/K/A KEATON '
IOLMES N/K/A KEATON'HOLMES,
AI/K/A KEATON HOLMES:. TENANT .
42 N/K/A TRISTA HOLMES N/K/A
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IOLMES N/K/A TRISTA HOLMES;
are the Defendants, I will sell to
tae highest and best bidder- for
qash at FRONT DOOR 'OF THE'
MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY
GOURTHOUSE at' 11:00 a.m., on
the 18'" day of November, 2010, the
following described property as set'
forth in said Final Judgment.'
I:OT 22, BLOCK B,' PROVIDENCE
TILLAGE SUBDIVISION, PHASE
1H, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF' RECORDED IN. PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 17, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
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lor will win this gamefor Tech 'sion, which has hurt Bama fans
single handedly, much like he so severely that they are actually
did the Georgia Tech game last bleeding from their ears.
Thursday. They are livid after getting
My pick: 25-20 'Virginia hoodooed by the Mad Hatter and
Tech that doesn't bode well for Mis-
sissippi State. The Bulldogs will
San Diego State (7-2) -come out swinging, but Bama's
at No. 3 TCU (10-0) running game will be the ultimate
Come on, San Diego State! an"taci ,.and will quell any bub-
This is your chance to stare fate., bling up early on. So go ahead,
in the eyes and say, "Please don't cram-pack your faces to capacity
kill me!" Bamna fans. The Tide will beat
With TCU's win over Utahb, .Mississippi:State like,. a happy
they have put themselves in poSi-Spurrier beats an angry,.Fulmer,
tion to pla> for it all if they can My pick: 31-19 Tide
get a little help. San Diego State' :''.. : .
won't be able to move the ball. NO.6 Stanford (841) at
Playing against this .TCU defense ArizQna State(4-5)
is like tunneling through a moun- .least-.ve .only get a couple
tain with your forehead. The best if these'kind of games this week,
part is, TCU is probably perma- as opposed to last week's unco-
nently ranked. ahead of B'dise, ordinated church bake sale where
which to me, is just comedy.. everybody ended up bringing the
wearing a jet pack. '." n, .;i sne variety of cupcakes. .
My pick: 39-6 Frogs My pick: 45-20 Stanford

UTEP (6-4) at No.18 USC (6-3) at No.18
Arkansas (7-2) Arizona (7-2) .. .
Oh, sorry UTEP, this is going USC is still unranked in Lane
to be ugly. Ryan Mallett is going Kiffin's. debut as head coach.
to make it rain and there's north" 'If I remember correctly, he had
ing you can do about it. .. the same success at Tennessee
My pick: 48-10 Razorbacks aind Oakland. When wVill people
S',finally realizedthat he is as good.
No. 25 Texas A&M (6-.:' fo.thgame of football as Tonya
3) at Baylor (7-3) Harding'was. for Nancy Kerrig-
Hey everybody, the Bears and 'ans career,
the Aggies will square, off this Mypick:24-21 Arizona
week for the right to call.them-
selves the second-best team in Noi 21.Nevada (8-1).
Texas behind TCU. I would like at Fresno State (6-2)
to point out that only one of these- Each of-these teams has one
two are ranked. Who would t conference loss and has yet to
tune in to this one? Well,.me for face, the undefeated Boise State
the most part. : : Broncos. The Bulldogs go to
My pick: 23-20 Bears : Boise next week arid the Wolf

No. 19 Mississippi
State (7-2) at NO. : Best nuts fruits -
12 Alabama (7-2): ,
Alabama's loss has .dropped.. l
them to third in their own divi-.. "


11/4 2tchg:11/11 JCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
The Lake Butler Mini Storage "has
scheduled an auction. on Saturday,
November 20, 2010, at 10:00 a.m.
located at 1015 SW 3rd Street,, Lale 0
Butler, FL 32054 (behind :the lakq -
Butler Apartments, Highway 121).
Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the Storage
Facility Act of the State of Florida, the
following units will be foreclosed .
Lazarus Egantoff Unit #77
$184.00 household items : '".
Latrice Smith Watson Unit #15'* :
$138.10 household items
Sabrina Marlin Unit #65
$196.16 household items ,
Donna Flanders Unit #52 '
$213.00 household'items'.
Heather Johnston Unit #13' ;
$107.76- householditems': ,
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Pack host the Broncos the fol-
lowing week. Boise will more
than likely point to these games
as' quality wins while lobbying
once again for a chance at the big
game.
My pick: 41-27 Nevada

Clemson (5-4) at
Florida State (6-3)
I don't care and most of you
don't pare. It's Florida State and
Clemson.
A game that used to be a mar-
quee match-up has now become
your average ACC game that
should only be aired on Game-
plan. The ACC Atlantic is still
up for grabs (shocker) with FSU,
Maryland, and N.C. State each
leading the division with two
conference losses while Clemson
has three. A loss for the Noles
here would almost certainly
eliminate them from ACC Title
contention. I wonder whether
one of these teams will come out
and win this game, or will one of
them simply lose it instead, like
by a missed field goal or some-
thing (zing!).
.My pick: 23-17 FSU

No. 19 South Carolina
(6-3) at Florida (6-3)
Gator Nation is on cloud nine
after winning two in a row (even
though they have yet to beat a
ranked opponent). This game has
huge implications. It is for the
SEC east crown and the right to
get beat in Atlanta.
This is a tough call. It really
depends on which South Carolina
team shows up, and if they have

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Thursday, November 11, 2010
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Special day promotes reading to students of all ages in UC
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BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor
Sccral members of the com-
munit\ participated in Drop E\-
crithing and Read (DEAR) Day
on Oct. 27, \\ hen the\ were asked
to drop c\ cr thing and read for
30 minutes.
There wcre 21 correctional
officers Irom the Reception
and Medical Center along with
a number of others in the com-
munit\ who volunteered to read
to students at Union County
schools.
Those who dropped everything
to read to Lake Butler Middle
School included RMC employ-
ees Cindy Davis, Hollie Hodg-
son. Suzette McRee, Barbara
Zipperer, Tom McMillan and
Tommi Mobley.
Union County High School
senior Jake Carter and school
board member Alvin Griffis also
dropped what they were doing
to read to students along with
Keegan Shuler, LBMS Volun-
teer of the Year Alethea Carr and
Bradford County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Russell Gordon.
After reading, all of the guests
at LBMS were invited to the li-
brary and treated to refreshments
and certificates of appreciation
presented by Principal Jerry
Graybeal and Media Specialist
Sherry Barnett.
At Union County High School,
Stephanie Floyd of the Union
County Public Library visited
students in Spanish class and
read them a book,
Mrs. Floyd read a book, "A
Girraffe and a Half" by Shel Sil-
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Cindy Davis (above) and
Barbara Zipperer (below) of
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See more DEAR Day
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A man can learn only two"
ways, one by reading, and '
the other by association
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL-


Community asked to get involved as new ministry opens


Kristi Overton Johnson (left), the founder of A Cham-
pion's Heart Life Center, and Joanna Merritt Weidon,
founder of Answers, speak during the dedication
ceremony.



Indians eliminated


in first round of


volleyball playoffs

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It is easy to look at the name
and make the connection
between the ministry and
Kristi Overton Johnson. It's
called A Champion's Heart.
Johnson is a champion in- the
sport of water skiing and has a
heart for helping people.
However, A Champion's
Heart is so much more than
Johnson. She told a crowd at
the Nov. 6 grand opening of
the ministry's life center that it


will take many to make the
ministry a success.
"God has called us to do
something," Johnson said.
"God has called you to do
something. If w\e all do that.
then it's not going to be
difficult."
Crafts and food vendors,
antique cars, bounce houses,
train rides and live
entertainment and
demonstrations were part of
the day's activities at A
Champion's Heart Life Center,


which is located at 205
Magnolia Ave. and Azalea
Park (formerly St. Anne's
Episcopal Church) in Keystone
Heights. The center, which is
the former church's sanctuary,
will serve as a chapel where
people of any denomination
can go to pray as well as a
place to hold weddings and
community activities.
A Champion's Heart also
comprises an education center,
that will include a production-
media center and a


multipurpose room heree
various life-skills classes will
be offered, as well as a
resource center in a building
* on Magnolia Avenue across
from where ihe life center is.
Johnson said she believes
that God wants people to walk
with .their heads held high,
making reference to the
Biblical verse Leviticus 26:13.
A Champion's Heart, with its
wide-ranging goals, is a place

See MINISTRY page 10B


The inability to hang onto
leads late in the first two sets
eventually doomed the
Keystone Heights volleyball
team, which saw its season
come to an end with a 3-1 (26-
24, 25-23, 22-25, 25-17) loss
to visiting Episcopal in a Class
3A regional quartert'inal match
on Nov. 3.
Episcopal (14-15 prior to
Nov. 9), which played Bolles
this past Tuesday in the
semifinals, was able to pull out
the first two sets with
Keystone holding 23-21 and
19-15 leads, putting the
Indians into a 2-0 hole they
couldn't climb out of.
"Volleyball's a momentum
game," Keystone head .coach
Belinda Phillips said. "We just
can't lose that momentum and
let it affect us for that many
plays."
The Indians, (25-3) built a
15-9 lead in the first set, but
the Eagles put together a run to
go up by twp. A service error
and a kill by Meghan Zinkel
helped put Keystone back on
top 21-19. The Indians held
serve 'with a 23-21 lead, but
Episcopal's Megan So\w elI
recorded a kill to force side-
out. The Eagles, getting a key
block from Sarah Patterson,
scored two points with Sowell
serving to go up 24-23.
Keystone was able to force
side-out and tie the score.at 24-
all, but could not score a point


Chandler Singletary re-
ceives a serve in the
Indians' 3-1 loss in the
regional quarterfinals.

off of its serve. Patterson
ended the set in the Eagles'
favor with a kill.
The Indians held a 17-14
lead in the second set and went
up 19-14 with Mackenzie
Dicks serving. Sowell forced
side-out with a kill, with the
result being that the Eagles
scored six straight points with
Elena Goebertus serving.
Sowell had two kills during
that span.
It was tied at 22-all with
Chelsea Velazquez serving for
the Indians. A block by
Madyson Maxwell resulted in
a point, but Ma:y Kelley
Moran forced side-out with a

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Benjamin C. Crews graduated
from basic military training at
I ackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio. Texas.
('rex\s coinpleted an
intensive, eight-week program
that included training in
military discipline and studies,


. '
principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits
toxxard an associate in applied
science degree through the
Community ('ollegec of the Air
Force.
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('rews of Starke. and is a 2009
graduate of Bradford High
School.


Wheeler
graduates from
training course
Armx PI t. Russell B.
Wheeler .Jr. graduated from the
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Training course at Fort Sill.
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is designed to train soldiers as
specialists to operate the
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data systems for both cannon
and multiple launch rocket
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critical role, ii the safe,
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support systerns used to


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2009 graduate of U[nion
Count\ Higyh School in Lake
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Checkpoints set
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The Cla\ Count\ Sheriffs
Office and its traffic unit will
conduct a traffic safety
checkpoint from I I p.m.
Saturday. Nov. 13, to 3 a.m.
Sunday. Nov. 14. in the 200
block of Blanding Boulevard
in Orange Park.
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Tornadoes denied playoff spot


with 27-22 loss to Fort White


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sport.s Editor
Quarterback A ustin
Chipoletti gave his team a
chance in the second half,
throwing three touchdown
passes, but the Bradford
football team could not
completely overcome a slow
start in a 27-22 District 2-2B
loss to Fort White on Nov. 5 in
Fort White. *
It v'was ,vin-and-you're-in
game as the winner would be
the District 2 runner-up to
Taylor County and earn a
playoff berth. Bradford (7-3, 3-
2 in District 2) had its chances,
outscoring the host Indians 22-
20 in the second half as
Chipoletti completed 14-of-24
passes for 183 yards. The
.Tornadoes, though, could not
stop Fort White running back'
J.R. Dixon, xwho rushed for
202 yards and '1n I
touchdowns on 27 carries.
The senior transfer from
.Columbia County High School
answered Bradford's first two
touchdowns with long scoring
runs on which he vas virtually
untouched as the Tornadoes
never could recover from a 14-
0 deficit.
"Our defense, I think, played
as well as they can right now'
against a good, bigger,
physical football team,"
Bradford head coach Derek
Chipoletti said. "(Fort White)
coach (Demetric) Jackson does
a great job. They're just more
physical right no\w."
An interception by Fort
White (6-3, 4-1) seemed to
seal the Tornadoes' fate. The
I dians led 27-16 and had the
ball- with 5:12 left to play.
Dixon was able to give Fort
White a first down on a 10-
yard run, but the Tornadoes
forced the Indians to turn the
hall over on downs, holding
Dixon to a 2-yard gain onl
fourth-aind 10.
There \\as, only 2:12 left to


Bradford defenders, including Lyndell Hampton, Tre
Edmond and Keith Baker, gang up on Fort White run-
ning back J.R. Dixon.


two-point conversion
Bradford trailing 27-22.
Bradford attempted


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BHS, KHHS to be represented


at cross country regionals


Bradford boys grab
last regional spot

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional A 5 -'.-rt. Editor
Bradford qualified for the
Region 1-2A cross country\
meet after placing eighth as a
team at the District 2 meet,
which \xas held Nov. 4 in
Jacksonville.
The 1Tornadoes missed out
on a regional berth last season,
placing ninth at the district
meet, but this year's team
earned the last qualifying spot
x\ith a score of 273 and
finishing ahead of ninth-place
Bald\win, which had a score of
290.
Andy Merrill led Bradford
\ith a time of 18:08.21, which
was good for 23a' place. Scotty
Pierce had a personal-record
time of 20:12.27, followed by
lan Waters' (20:34.97), John
Wesley Gillenwaters
(20:34.97) and Cole
Whitehead (22:23.33).
Nease finished as the district
champion with a score of 46,
while host Bishop Kenny was
runner-up with a score of 64.
The Region I finals will be
held Saturday, Nov. 13, at
Sunnyhill Farms in
Tallahassee.
Bradford did not field a full
girls' team, but did have four
runners compete. Amanda Hall
led the way with a 41"-place
finish with a time of 22:38.15.
Deanna Jordan had a time of
25:43.99, followed by Destiny
Trentham (2.6:48.80) and
Hannah Ricker (28:15.53).
Trentham's time was a
personal record.
Bradford coach John Loper
was pleased to note that of the
four girls who ran, three are.
freshmen, while the boys'
team consists of one freshman,
two sophomores and two
juniors.
"Our future looks bright,"
Loper said.
Loper wished to thank all
the people who have supported
the program n is it (.tiili nui.i i .
g row. ..
Saturday will be busy' day
for the Bradford cross country
in general as the Bradford
Middle School teams will


compete at the Florida Middle
School State Championship.


Schaul earns lone
berth for Keystone
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional New.s/Sports Editor
Fmil Schaunl earned a berth
ill the regional finals for the
second straight \car. while
teammate Julia O(-seein just'
'missed out oni qualify 7ing at the
District 3-2A finals on Nov. 4
in D)ade Citl.
Schaul, an eighth-grader, is
the only member of either the
Ke\ stone Heights girls' or
bo s' team l hi o \\ill advance.
She placed si\th will a time of
22:07.69, improx ing upoiin her
10'h-place finish at last year's
district meet.
The top 15 indi ideals, as
\well as the lop i\i teams.
earned spots in the Region 2
meet. which \xill he held
Saturday No\ 13. at ('Chain of
Lakes in lTilus\ ille. Oslcen. a
sc\ enth-grader. missed tul oil
qualify itng i11 on spot. placing
16"' at the district mleel xxith a


which w ill be held i t su:
Fun in I akcland.


time of 23:25.36. S,tiiti i -
Thalia Menifee eirnec tiche 1,
qualil\ing spot with ,l timt e'
23:14.14.
Hanna (rane place 21 -
the race \\ith a ime ,
23:42.26. x while .lulie A\hri
had a timlle of 40:27.5-
Ke\stone. .\ilh it iiii\
runners, did not gLe'c i
points as a team. hut the sc,,
did field a fill tea ii:
boys'" race. missing ou ,
qualify ing for the rcgi
meet bx t\ o places., inisli''.
eighth Out of 12 teain ,
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Crime & Punishment-


Man rams
deputy's cruiser
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office Deputy Tommy Sapp
attempted to make a traffic
stop on the afternoon of Nov. 7
when the vehicle fled from
him. The driver, later
,identified as Joseph Nanza
Gordon, 25, of Gainesville,
sped off when Sapp activated
his lights.
As Deputy Sapp pursued the
vehicle through several turns,
Gordon ran off the road and
wound up with the vehicle's
front end in a ditch. Sapp
parked his cruiser behind the
vehicle in preparation of
making an arrest.
However, Gordon allegedly
threw the vehicle in reverse
and rammed into the front of
Sapp's cruiser. Damage to
Gordon's vehicle caused him
to abandon it and take off on
foot. Deputy Sapp ran him
down and placed him into
custody.
Gordon was charged with
driving while license is
suspended or revoked,
resisting an officer without
violence, aggravated battery on
a law enforcement officer, and
fleeing-attempting to elude an
officer.
Total bond was set at
$36,000 and he remained in
the Bradford County Jail as of
press time.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Ernest L. Bates, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
trespassing. He was released
on his own recognizance Nov.
4.
Eric Ivan Bell, 39, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by BCSO
deputies for battery. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Marcelius Bounds, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 4 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation.
Deven Aaron Bryan, 18, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
David Buzzard, .36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 for two counts of
burglary of a structure.
Eric Delane Bynum, 32, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for fraud-giving
a false identification to a law
enforcement officer, and having
no valid driver's license. Total
bond was set at $1,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Lee Cass, 47, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 8 by CCSO
deptities for violation of
probation.
Patrick Rayburn Crawford,
49, of Hampton was arrested
Nov. 6 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.


Jason Wayne Crews, 22, of
Statke was arrested Nov. 2 by
Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers fbr violation of
probation for an original
felony charge, driving while
license is suspended or
revoked, resisting an officer
with violence and contributing.
to the delinquency of a minor.
Bond was set at $11,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Jorge Alcides Dominguez,
32, of Gainesville.was arrested
Nov. 5 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time. .
Loretta Jenean Dyal, 41, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov.
3 by BCSO deputies on two
counts of violation of
probation for .. .original
misdemeanor charges. She was
being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Angelina Venise Hall, 45, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 1 by
BCSO deputies for fraud-
providing a false statement in
order to obatin unemployment
compensation. She was
released on her own
recognizance Nov. 1.
Jack Harman, 31, of Melrose
was arrested Nov. 3 by CCSO
deputies on a :warrant for
giving a false statement to a
law enforcement officer*.
Dustin Wade Jackson, 25, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 5 by
parole and probation- officers
for violation of probation for
an original felony cahrge. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in the Bradford
County Jail as of press time.
Proviess Maurice Jiles, 33,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
by SPD officers for larceny.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she was released on bond Nov.
3.
Mark Edward Jones, 38, of
Brooker was arrested Nov. 5
by SPD officers for driving.
while license is suspended or
- .revoked and leaving the scene
of an accident with property
damage. Bond 'was set at
$J11,000 and he was released
on bond Nov. 7.
Brandon Scott King, 23, of
Jacksonville was arrested Nov.
8 by .BCSO deputies for
robbery and possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon..
Bond was set at $200,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Krystal Martinez, 22, .of
Melrose was arrested Nov. .3
by CCSO deputies for
burglary.
Joseph Lee Mitchell, 42,
was arrested Nov. 2. by BCSO
deputies for DUI, driving
while license is suspended or
revoked, fleeing and
attempting to elude an officer
and resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set -.at
$26,000 and he remained *in
jail as of press time.
Mathew Michael Murscoe,
50, of Alachua was arrested
Nov. 4 by SPD officers for
larceny. Bond was. set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Nov. 5.
Travis Lee Nelson, 38, of
Starke was arrested Nov. I by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Nov. 2.
Gari Alaina Perry, 21, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by


LPD officers for assault and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$2,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Richard Vondrae Perry. 28.
was arrested Nov. 5 by BCSO
deputies for battery. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond Nov. 6.
Lorrie Rayson. 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for unlawful entry to a
structure.
Shawn Rayson, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for arson of a
dwelling.
Julie Reynolds, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court.
Ricky Edward Seal, 52, of
Florahome was arrested Nov. 5
by LPD officers for violation
of parole, fleeing and
attempting to elude an officer
and on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Heather Still, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 8 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Domingo Torres, 56, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by
BCSO deputies for three
counts of burglary to an
unoccupied dwelling and three
counts of larceny. Bond was
set at $75,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Marion Hershel Waldron,
34, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 4 by BCSO deputies for
trespassing. He was released
on his own recognizance Nov.
4.
Benjamin McKenna, 18, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 5
by CCSO deputies for
aggravated battery.

Narcie McKihney Walker,
37, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. I by BCSO deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling and crimiinal mischief
with property damage. Bond
was set at $30,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jason Wilson Wall, 29, of
Minneola was arrested Nov. 4
by BCSO deputies for
vioaltion of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.


Byron Lee Warren, 26, of
Hockley, Texas, was arrested
Nov. 2 by SPD officers for
loitering. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Joshua Watts, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 2 by CCSO deputies for
retail theft and resisting a
merchant attempting to recover
stolen goods.
Kevin Webb, 42, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 4 by COSO
deputies for grand theft and
resisting an officer without
violence.
Loretta Lynn Westberry, 43,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
by BCSO deputies for burglary
of an unoccupied dwelling and
larceny. Bond was set at
$20,000 and she was released
on bond Nov. 3.
Alexander B. Williams, 37,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 2
on an out-of-county warrant.
He was transferred to the
Suwannee County Jail on Nov.
4.
Johnny Williams, 23, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 3
by CCSO deputies for
burglary.
Joshua Williams, 26, of


Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 7 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for forgery, uttering a
forged instrument and grand
theft.
Jonathan Scott Woodham,
22, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 6 on an out-of-county


warrant. He was trnasferned to
the Polk Caounty Jail on Nov.
6.
Susan Young, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 7 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
failure to appear in court.


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Camp Blanding
celebrates 70th
anniversary
Dear Editor:
Saturday. No\. 13, the Camp
Landing Museum %\ill host a
commemoration of Veterans
Day and the 70"' anniversary of
the mobilization of Camp
Blanding for World War II. Be-
ginning at 9 a.m., re-enactors
will display uniforms, weapons
and vehicles used during World
War II. At 10 a.m., there will be
a special ceremony honoring
veterans. The adjutant general of
Florida, Maj. Gen. Titshaw, will
speak.
Others invited to speak in-
clude Mr. Rupert Metzroth, a
former German POW at Camp
Blanding, and veterans who
trained at the camp. A com-
memorative cake will be cut
following the ceremony. At ap-
proximately 12:30 p.m., there
will be a blank firing demonstra-
tion of many World War II


Bradford County. A plan was
put in motion to begin
addressing the spiritual needs
of the county, including a
monthly meeting of senior
pastors for prayer and
fellowship.
Also, "Celebrate Sunday
Nioht" will kick off at First
Baptist Church of Starke on
Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. God's people
from all churches are invited to
assemble at one location for
worship. Don Thompson,
senior pastor of Lawtey
Methodist Church, will bring
the message. Special music
will be performed, while
programs for children will be
available.
The pastors' work is just
beginning. Please keep them in
your prayers.
Steven Hayes
Senior pastor
First Christian Church

Reply to an irate
government


weapons. .Also on hand for the
day will be Nick Wynne and, union worker
Richard Moorhead, authors of Dear Editor:
"Florida in World War II." This I was a union member (I re-
very interesting book can be main a government worker) for
purchased and autographed by around 25 years, until I read the
the authors. The public is invited Communist Manifesto and dis-
to attend this special event covered they (unions) were cre-
Col. (R) Kent Petelle ated by the communists to bank-
Starke rupt every industry they entered
and bankrupt the states and
country. They are doing a great
Bradford County job of that. They do indeed
benefit the union workers finan-
pastors praying cially. Unions are just one of
many ways the Marxists are
together destroying/bankrupting/ "chang-
Dear Editor: ing" America. .1 highly recom-
Several senior pastors in mend reading the "Manifesto of
Bradford County met Nov. 4 the Communist Party" by Karl
for fellowship and prayer. The Marx, describing how.they "win
camaraderie and vision-sharing the battle of democracy" (get
were inspiring. The prayer was people to vote for them).
anointed and brought comfort I would imagine very, very
and encouragement. few union workers realize who
Ministries no'\ T'iT "~' ee ,, .-.-anfh-d how they
individual ciurchi --- i-agenda .
shared. The pastors were My primary message is: know
encouraged to support each your "isms": capitalism, social-
other in outreach events. A ism, Marxism, communism.
commitment was made to Know each and be able to rec-
undergird community leaders ognize each. Know the incentive
in prayer. for socialism. Know why social-
The common thread of the ism is the transition phase from
meeting was the discernment capitalism to commu-
of the need for revival in nism. Know that Marxism is a


plan of the communists to "win
the battle of democracy." Know
how they win this battle (how
they get people to vote for
them).
There are many anti-
Americans/anti-capitalists in all
levels of our government. There
are many anti-American/anti-
capitalist organizations in Amer-
ica. Know how to recognize
these people/organizations.
If you've been watching the
truth based Fox News Channel
with Glenn Beck on .a regular
basis the last several years, you
have seen a mountain of evi-
dence of what I speak. If
you only watch the mainstream
Marxist propaganda media, then
you'll likely never give a second
thought to what I'm saying.
I'm a "tea party" republican.
I'm not anti-government. I'm for
limited government, not for un-
necessarily and excessively big
socialism government.
I support essential govern-
ment and essential government
workers, military, police,
etc., necessary for a strong, safe,
secure and prosperous free mar-
ket, capitalist country.
Stephen Wall
Starke


INDIANS
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Editorial/Opinion

Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010 Page 4B


kill, allowing Episcopal to
close out the set with kills
from Sowell and Ervonni
Flynn.
The Indians fell behind 2-1
at the start of the third set, but
a service error and a kill by
Zinkel gave them a lead they
would never relinquish. The
Eagles threatened to come
from behind late, holding serve
with Keystone leading 23-20.
A tip by Moran pulled the
Eagles to within 23-22, but a
service error gave the Indians'
Dakota Thacker the serve with
a 24-22 lead. Zinkel had a kill
for the game-winning point.
Episcopal never trailed in
the fourth set, building a 17-'10
lead as the Indians scored only
two points on 10 serve
attempts. Keystone scored two
points with Maxwell serving,
getting a tip that fell for a point
from Chelsea Cravey and a
passing error on the Eagles to
make it 17-13, but that was
one of only three times during
the set the Indians scored
consecutive points.
The Eagles' match-winning
point came on a serve-receive
error.
Zinkel led the Indians in
kills .with 12, while Thacker
had nine. Zinkel also had nine
digs and eight service points,
three of which were aces.
Chelsea Harvin led the team
in digs with 16, while tallying
31 assists.
Episcopal's Marissa


Dakota Thacker sends the ball over the net as team-
mates (1-r) Chelsea Harvin, Madyson Maxwell and -;'7
Meghan Zinkel.


Tandron had--42 assists, while
Ervonni Flynn had a match-
high 21 kills.
"She's good," Phillips said
of Flynn, who is just a
freshman. "She got over our
block a lot."
Flynn is one of five
underclassmen in Episcopal's
starting line-up, but Keystone
will return a lot of players next
season as well, losing only


seniors Cravey, who is a
middle blocker, and Chandler
Singletary, who is a defensive
specialist.
That should help the India'is
make another run next season,
but Phillips points to anotlh r
factor that should help as well.
"For the first time we've got
a lot of girls who are going'to
play club in the offseason," She
said.


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Kirksey, Thomas power Keystone to 48-16 homecoming victory


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bruce Kirksey and Reggie
Thomas rushed fora combined
281 yardss and four scores as
the Ke\ stone Heights football
team o\ ercame a rash of
penalties to defeat visiting
Umatilla 48-16 in a District 4-
213 matchup on No\. 5.
Thomas had three
touchdowns and 176 yards on
29 carries, while Kirkse\
added one touchdown iand 105
yards on five carries as the
Indians (2-7. 2-3 in District 4)
successfully capped
homecoming \\ith a win. Head
coach Chuck Dickinson.
however, \\as disturbed by the
number of penalties assessed
on his team in the first half,.
which included three personal
fouls and three
unsportsmanlike conduct flags,
resulting in one of his players
being ejected from the game.
"Some of the kids lost their


composure at certain times.'"
he said. "Things are going to
happen on the football field.
You've got to play between
the whistles, and you can't get
emotionally involved."
Dickinson said he \was not
only upset by the number of
penalties, but by the types of
infractions, especially the three
unsportsmanlike fouls
assessed.
"'You expect some penalties
if \ou are playing aggressive,
defensive football," he said.
"but the penalties \\e had
tonight were stupid.
Sometimes one guy does
something out there and, of
course, the one who gets
caught is the one who
retaliates. My big talk at
halftime was we are here to
play football. You can't do
those other things and youth
can't get caught up in that
other stuff."
The coach's halftime lecture


apparently worked. The
Indians \\ere flagged only once
in the second half, and that


Bruce Kirksey
makes his way
to the end zone
for a touch-
down in Key-
stone's home-
coming win. He
and Reggie
Thomas had a
combined 281
yards and four
scores. Photo
courtesy of
Tracy Hubbard.


was for holding.
Coming into the game, both
teams had identical records.


t'matilla. under first-year head
coach Rodney Torrance,
returned only 1 I seniors to this
\car's squad after posting an.
0-10 record in 2009.
The Indians got off to a fast
start, opening the game with a
fix e-play, 60-yard drive,
highlighted by four Thomas
runs for 30 yards and capped
with a 10-yard tpumchdownri pass
from Evan Hary.ey to.,,;ri
Later.
The visiting Bulldogs (1-8,
0-5) came right back, povw.ered
by workhorse quarterback Jeff
Hall, who ran for 45 yards and
,passed for another 21, i.n
leading Umatilla from its own .'
36 to the end zone over five.
plays to tie the score at 7-.iai,
Keystone broke out to. Q O
13 points in the next itwo
minutes. After Umatilla's
score, the Indians took over on
their own 40. Two Thomas
runs took the ball to the
Umatilla 44, where Kirksey


took a quick handoff Irot n
Harvey, broke into tIh
Secondary and then broke
*right. The fullback picked up
downfield blocks from latitr
and Quintin (Curti,,. hin
cruised to the goal line.
Kirksey averaged 21 \ard.
per carry for the night.
Dickinson said he thotight
.Umatilla would locus it',
defense on Thomas. IHe was
looking for opportunities to
use the big fullback.
"We would run olff tackle,
they' would start im ning
players to the outside, and then
we would run Bruce again
inside," he said. "That's \\ih\
we didn't run it more than
seven.'..times. We were just
taking advantage of \\hat tlie\
were giving us."
The coach also said hi,,
offensive line did a good job
springing Kirksey on the trip

See KHHS page 7B


Tigers lose homecoming game 20-18 to East Gadsden Jaguars


BY TYLER STONE
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
A late drive into scoring
position ended with
placekicker Carl Alexander on
the ground, no game-winning
field goal and fans wondering
why there was no roughing-
the-kicker call in the Union
County football team's 20-18
District 2-2B loss to visiting
East Gadsden on Nov. 5.
Playing for nothing but
pride, a homecoming win and
at least one .win in District 2
this season, the Tigers (4-5, 0-
5 in District 2) seemingly had
those goals in view, moving
the ball downfield in the final
2:30. Running back .Justin
Tyson led the charge as Union
was in the red zone with less
than 20 seconds remaining.
After two attempts at the end
zone, the Tigers attempted a
field goal on third down.


Alexander set up for the'
kick, but was rushed by three
Jaguars and knocked to the
ground. Much to the dismay of
the home crowd, there was no
penalty, though head coach
Ronny Pruitt said. the referee
admitted after the game the
officials made a mistake in not
throwing a flag.
East Gadsden (5-5, 2-3) was
forced to punt after its first
three plays from scrimmage,
but the Jaguars were able to
continue their opening series
when they recovered their
blocked punt attempt and
picked up a first down. One
play later, they put the [irst
seven points on the board with
a touchdown pass by Austin
Parker.
The Tigers took control of
the ball with less than a minute
in the first quarter and with
their eyes set on the end zone.
A quick. score-a 5-yard run


by Tyson- pulled the Tigers to
within one,7-6.
After an East Gadsden punt,
the Tigers had possession of
the ball on their own 30-yard
line. Prince Alexander kept the
drive alive, fighting for every
yard he could. Tyson was able
to score on a 40-yard run,
giving Union a 12-7 lead.
The Jaguars started the
second half with a strong
passing attack. Thanks to the
athleticism of Walter Bradley
and DJ. Paige, the Union
defense forced East Gadsden
to punt.
Just as he had been doing,
Alexander kept the ball
moving with the help of twins
Justin and Josh Tyson. The
power of Alexander .and the
speed of Justin Tyson were too
much for the Jaguars, as the
Tigers drove the ball all the
way to the 10-yard line. They
were not able to score,


however, and turned the ball
over on downs.
After three plays, the
Jaguars could not get anything
going and had to punt. The
Tigers blocked the punt, wx which
Daquin Edwards recovered in
the end zone to increase
Union's lead to 18-7.
East Gadsden wasted no
time scoring on the next drive,
with a 2-yard touchdown run
by Jarrell Reynolds making it a
four-point difference.
After a big kickoff return by
Bryan Holmes and a block-in-
the-back penalty called on the
Jaguars, the Tigers started off
at their own 30-yard line, but
were unable to capitalize on
the great field position. East
Gadsden again scored quickly
following the change of
possession, with a 3-yard
touchdown run by Reynolds
putting the Jaguars back in the
lead by a score of 20-18.


The Tigers will attempt to
snap their four-game losing
streak and end the season on a
winning note when they host
Williston this Friday, Nov..12,


at 7:30 p.m. Williston (5-4) is
coming off of a 32-27 win over
Newberry, which happens to
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At a time when hundreds of in swar zones, it is very important
thousands of American service men for those of us who remain safe at
and women are risking their lives home to pause and remember their


sacrifices.
Toda\. No\. 11. is the da\ that
\\e honor all veteranss \\ho ha\e
served or are ser\ ing their country.
While w\e should be thanking these
veterans each and every day as
Iwe enjoy the freedom and safety
their service has provided us, Nov.
11 is a day set aside for special
observances to gi\e public thanks
for the sacrifices they have made
on our behalf.
Local men and \\omen have
served our nation in many branches
of the armed forces and in many
theatres of war. They have suffered
cold, heat. hunger, discomfort.
illness, injury and-in all too many
cases-death in order to protect
those of us who remain safe and
comfortable on the home front.
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answered hb mans\-w- whether that
call \\as issued in the Spanish
American War, World War 1. World
War II, the Korean War, Vietnam,
Grenada, Iraq or Afghanistan.
It %\ill also likely be answered
b\ future citizens \who will don
uniforms and march into currently
unknown war zones.
Our local men and \w omen have
always responded to their nation's
call with honor and courage. Most
recently, the Florida National
Guard and Air Guard units
stationed here have served military
tours in war zones with pride and
professionalism. Many other local
individuals have served in all
branches of the American armed
forces and have represented this
area and their country proudly. We
can sleep peacefully knowing that


our country 's s;afel\ stand honor are
in their hands.
Today\ is the da\ that \we need
to search out these fine men and
women and sa\. "thank you," for
pro\ hiding so neccssar\ a service at
such a great personal cost. You \will
not ha\ e trouble finding a veteran.
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peacefully here at home. Man\
more still wear the uniform. but are
home following the end of a tour
of duty. The 631", Maintenance
Company, Starke's local unit, has
completed its tour of duty and its
members are no\\ back at home.
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on Call Street near the hospital.I
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special observance will be held,
there.
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B H scrimmage in the second half
were passes, with Austin
Continued from Page 2B Chipoletti carrying the ball
four times and being sacked
onside kick, which the Indians once to account for the rest.
recovered at their own 44. The Chipoletti led Bradford on
Tornadoes had only one time touchdown drives of 82 and 54
out remaining, which they yards before throwing the 61-
used after a third-and-10 play yard touchdown strike -to
on which Phillip James Harris.
dumped Dixon for no gain "He's turning into a heck of
with 23 seconds remaining. a quarterback," Derek
Fort White punted, giving Chipoletti said of his
the Tornadoes the ball at their sophomore son, who
own 17 with time left for one completed 27-of-38 passes in
play. Chipoletti threw a 13- Bradford's final two games. '
yard pass to Griner, who Clayton, who had 28 yards
promptly pitched the ball back on 10 carries, got Bradford off
to a teammate. The play lasted to a pretty good start, gaining 7
for what seemed like a minute yards on the Tornadoes' first
as players took turns pitching play from scrimmage, but a
the ball to'a teammate, hoping fumble on the next play gave
to get a bit of open field and a the Indians the ball at the
possible long touchdown, but a Bradford 32. Four plays later,
forward lateral eventually Dixon slipped out of tackle
ended the game.. and scored on an 18-yard run.
"These kids aren't going to Fort White put together 35-
give up," Derek Chipoletti and 48-yard drives together,
said. "That's what I've learned but failed to score, but the
about these guys. These guys Indians had a golden
are fighters. They're opportunity after blocking a
scrappers." Bradford punt with
The second half was quite a approximately two minutes to
turnaround for Bradford, play in the first half. That gave
which managed to gain only the Indians the ball at the
49 yards in the first. The Bradford 23.
Tornadoes tried to establish A 17-yard run by
their ground game, and had quarterback Andrew Baker
only one pass attempt in the gave the Indians first-and-goal
first half. Chipoletti said ankle at the 3, but Dixon fumbled the
injuries to running backs ball before crossing the goal
Dexter Clayton and Donelle line on the next play. Bradford
Williams hampered the team. recovered at the 3 to avoid
"They just didn't have that heading into-the half down by
burst they usually have out two scores.
there," Chipoletti said. Baker completed passes of 9
With that in mind, the and 10 yards, and scrambled
Tornadoes abandoned their rtin for 18 yards on two carries as
game in the second half, Fort White took the second
though they trail.d-l-y-7-0 at : half kickoff' and : marched to
the half-. -Ati--bt-five of --Tte-BrhdifrdTS.'D'ixon'iad i'n
Bradford's plays from 1 I-yard run to the 7, setting up


) Ya'keem Griner
gets tackled
after making
one of his four
receptions.
'- Griner, a sen-
ior, scored a
touchdown and
had 57 yards in
receptions in
his final game
as a Tornado.



a 4-\ard touchdiox\n run after
an offsides penalty on
Bradford. Colton Jones' PAT
had Fort White up 14-0 at the
8:15 mark of the third quarter.
On the ensuing series,
Bradford vxas going nowhere.
Chipoletti \\as sacked for a 10-
yard loss on first down. and
the Tornadoes eventually
punted on fourth-and-1 I. A
personal-foul roughing the
kicker penalty, though, kept
the drive going, giving
Bradford a first down at its
ow\n 32.
Chipoleiti responded by
completing consecutive passes
to Harris and R.J. Buxton for
gains of 7 and 13 yards. A 22-
yard completion to Brandon
Thomas set up a first down at
the Fort White 26. An
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty on Fort White moved
the hall 15 yards to the 12
before Harris, who had four
receptions for 89 3ards, caught
his first touchdown of the
night on a 10-yard play.
Spencer Bunch added the PAT
to make the score 14-7.
Approximately one minute
later, Fort White was back up
by two touchdowns. A 27-yard
run by Dixon, coupled with a
15-yard penally on Bradford,
put the Indians on the Bradford
22. '-Dixon scored on a run
from there with 1:13 left in the
third quarter.
Bradford went three-and-out
on the ensuing series, but Fort
White was forced to punt after
just three plays as well. The
snap sailed over the punter's
head, with the ball eventually
getting kicked out the back of
the end zone to. give the
1 ,t riJd-'. .'te', iml-m ,kih,
'-t-e scTore Tf'T9arly ini the
fourth quarter.


The Tornadoes. with a bit of
momentum, scored on a 54-
\ard drive after receiving the
free kick. Ya'keem Griner
made two tough catches.
grabbing a ball over the top of
a Fort White defender for a 25-
\ard gain to the Fort White 19
and hanging onto the ball
\while taking a vicious hit for
an I 1-yard gain to the 8.
Griner, who had four
receptions for 57 yards, capped
the drive, catching a pass one-
handed in traffic and fighting
his way into the end zone for
an 8-yard score with 7:13
remaining. Bunch's PAT .vas
good, making the score 21-16.
Unfortunately for Bradford,
Dixon wasn't done. The
Tornadoes did get a big play'
out of James, who tackled


Dixon for no gain, but the back
followed up the play with a 13-
yard run to the Bradford 45.
On the next play, Dixon was
gone for his fourth touchdown
of the game. Bradford's
Ja'quez Calloway blocked the
PAT, but Fort White led 27-
16.
The Indians finished the
game with 290 yards rushing
and 335 yards total.
Chipoletti, after completing
the 61-yard touchdown pass to
Harris and 13-yard pass to
Griner on the last play of the
.game, finished with 194 yards
passing. Bradford's total as a
team was 239.
Bradford finished the year
'with its just its second winning
record in six seasons, but
Derek Chipoletti felt bad


watching the careers of seniors
Griner, Harris, Williams, John
Clark, Cameron Moore,
Adrian Mosley, Xavier Riles
and Arthur Smith come to an
end.
"They played their butts
off," Chipoletti said. "Thef
gave me everything they've
got. It's going to be sad to see-
them go. There are only eight
of them, but they .are eight
impact players. It's going to be
hard to replace them."
Though those seniors will be
leaving, Chipoletti told his
team that whatever success it
has in the future will be
attributable to that group of
players.
- "Anything we do from now
on is a foundation that they
built," he said.


KHHS
Continued from Page 5B

plays.
Two plays after Kirksey's
score, the Indians got the ball
back when Keystone defensive
lineman Kevin Johns broke
through the line of scrimmage
and stunned Hall as he was
trying to run right. The
quarterback escaped Johns'
grasp, but was quickly
corralled by two more Indians
before reaching the line of
scrimmage. He lost the
football, and the Indians
recovered the fumble at the
Umatilla 25. From there,
Thomas rushed for 9 yards to
the 16 and then for the final 16
to paydirt, boosting the home
team's lead to 20-7 with 4:37
remaining in the first quarter.
The two teams traded
possessions as. the game clock
wound down to the first
quarter's final two minutes.
When Ulmatilla took over on
its on 35 with 2:09 left, the
Indians went on their penalty
binge. A personal foul.' two
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalties and a pass
interference call advanced the
ball to the Keystone 2. From
there, running back Joseph
Huggins scored, closing the
Indians' lead to 20-13.
Keystone put up 14 more
points in the second quarter.
First, on a 26-yard pass from
Harvey to Chase Julius. Then,
on a 3-yard Thomas run.
The Bulldogs kicked a field
goal in the third quarter, and
Key stone tacked on two
touchdowns in the fourth. The
first came on Thomas' 1-yard
run, while the second came on
a 2-yard run by Darein Gilio.
Dickinson praised his
defense, singling out its
performance in the third
quarter in holding Umatilla to
a field goal while the Indian
offense stalled.
Keystone caps the season on
the road against Interlachen
this Friday, Nov. 12, at 7:30
p.m. Interlachen (4-5) is
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ilcSpadden,
Wedding to wed
lNov. 13
The families of Cori
cSpadden and Ward
weddingg announce their
Upcoming wedding on
Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010. The
weddingg will take place at 2
e.nv at Grace Christian
fellowship Baptist Church in
Worthington Springs. All
family and friends are invited
b attend.

lancock,
Pennison to
ned Nov. 27
Connie Hancock and
Richard Dennison, both of
Itarke, announce their
engagement and approaching
kvedding.
Hancock is the daughter of
She late Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
carberry and is a member of
jirace Community Fellowship.
Dennison is the son of Mrs.
|ois Dennison of Starke and
he late Roy Dennison. He is
Ilso a member of Grace
Community Fellowship.
The wedding will take place
on Nov. 2, 2010, at 1:30 p.m.
at Grace Community
Fellowship with a reception to
follow at the church. Family
aid friends are invited to
attend.


When our perils are past,
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Bill Scoggins


Scoggins to
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birthday
Come help the family and
friends of Bill Scoggins
celebrate his 90 years of life
on Saturday, Nov. 20, at the
American Legion, 715
Edwards Rd., from 2-4 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.

Bradford
Republicans
meet Thursday
The Bradford County'
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. in
the Capital. City bank
boardroom at 350 N. Temple
Ave. in Starke.
The outcome of the general
election will be the topic of the
meeting, which is open to all
registered Republicans.
There are currently openings
for committee members in
some precincts. This month is
also the start of the
committee's membership
drive.
For more, information on
being a precinct representative
or becoming more involved,
contact Chairman David
Dodge at 352-222-8609, or
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B-U Cattlemen
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this Thursday
The annual Bradford-Union
Cattlemen's meeting for
members and prospective
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Thursday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. in
Building I at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds.
A meal will be provided, but.
women are asked to provide
desserts.

National Honor
Society groups
to hold food
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The National Junior Honor
Society at Bradford Middle
School and the National Honor
Society at Bradford High
School are hosting a food drive
this Saturday, Nov. 13, from 8
a.m. until 3 p.m. in the parking
lot of Community State Bank
of Starke.
Food collected will be
donated to the Bradford
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Kiwanis of
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The annual Kiwanis Club of
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ribs on Saturday, Nov. 13,
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at
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Each slab, which is fully
cooked, costs $16. Tickets may
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Turkey-call
maker Williams
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18 Crosshorn
meeting
Crosshorn Ministries, a
men's outdoors spiritual group,
will host a meeting on deer,


hog, large-game and fall
turkey hunting on Thursday.
Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. Lamar
Williams, a professional
turkey-call maker and turkey
hunter, will be the guest
speaker.
An "outdoors" devotional
and door-prize giveaways will
also be a part of the evening's
activities. The night's grand
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JObituaries


Catholic Church.
She is stiursicd h[: her sons.
Robert Edwsard (Linda Ratz)
Thomspon of Melrose. Richard
Snowden (Doiina) Thompson of
Jacksonsille. and Stesc Chris
Mosshure of Gaines sille: her
sisters. Nellie Kathleen Greer
(;ailes of West Virginia and
Carolin Elizabeth Greer Melton
of Wiinston Salemi N.C.; fli\e
grandchildren ci and numeiiCrous
nieces and nephewc s.
A memorial service \\ill be held
onl Saturdai. No\. 13. at 10 a.m.
in the Jones Gallagher Funeral
Home Chapel with Father Mike
Williams officiating. Burial will
follow at Eliam C('emeler in
Melrose. Arrangenients are b,
onics-Gallagher Funeral Home of'


Ke\ stone Heights.

Barbara Richey
WALDO-Barbara Jean Richey,
82, of Waldo, passed away on
Saturday., Nov. 6, 2010, at her
daughter's horne. Mrs. Richey was
born on -Feb. 15, 1928, in
Brunsiwick, Ga., to the late
William Edward and Julia.
Robinson Beach and was a
lifelong area resident.
Mrs. Riche\ was a Methodist
b\ faith and a homemaker. She
was preceded in death by: her
husband, Daniel J. Richey Jr.: a
son. Michael Richey: a brother.
Richard Beach: and grandchildren.
D\\iight F. Roberts and Rebecca
Russell.


She is sutir\ ied b : her
daughters, Joyce (Steve) land and
Janet (Ronnie) Russell, both of
Waldo, and Gail (Jerry ) Roberts of
Gainesville: a son. Dann\ (Jane)
Richey of Waldo: nine
grandchildren and 17 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
No\. 10 in the Dewitt C. Jones
Chapel in Starke with Pastor Don
Thompson officiating. Interment
followed in Laurel Gro\c Waldo
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to
Haven Hospice., 4200 NW 90"'
Blvd.. Gaines\ille. FL, 32606.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.


Emma
Statewright
STARKI-Fmma 1).
Statewright, 65, of lSarke, died on
Sunday, No\. 7, 2010,t). at her
residence following an c\tended
illness. She was born in Starke on
June 21, 1946. She attended the
local schools of Bradford C(ounty
and was affiliated \ilt.h Greater
Bethlehem Free,\ ill Baptist
Church of Starke. She was a
homemaker.
Mrs. Statewright is survived by:
a son, Anthony Martin of Starke:
daughters, Sherry McDonald of
Bradenton. and Elliot Smith:
sisters, Luethel Martin, Bobbie,


Jean Franklin, and Doll Burch, all
of Starke: and one grandchild.
Funeral services will be held oni
SaturdaN\ No\. 13, at 2 p.m. in tll
Mt. Morialh C(oiiimuniti\ Church in
Starke with the Re\. Al in Green
as culogist and. Pastor Emmianuel
Kiscr conducting the services.
Internmcnt i \\ill be held in
Oddl'cltow' Cemeter\ under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home
of Starke. Visitation will be on
Friday, Nov. 12, at the Carl 1).
Haile Memorial Chapel with
family hour at 4 p.m. Friends may
visit from 5-8 p.m., and one hour
prior to the service. The family
will meet at the home of Luclhel
Martin on C(rum Street at 1:30
p.m. to form the cortege.


Larry Gill


Larry Gill
HAMFIION-Larry "Blue" Gill,
62, of Hampton, died on
Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, at his
residence with family by his side.
jHe was born in Canton, Ohio, on
iAug. 7. 1948.-to._thelate Robert
Uill and Helen Gill. He was
preceded in death by: his son,
Keith Gill: his brother, Jim Gill;
and his sister, Anna Bender.
Mr. Gill is survived by: his wife
bf nine years, Janet Gill of
Hampton; his children, Mikie Gill,
Tonya Shelton' and Melanie
Nichols, all of Massillon, Ohio;
his brothers, Bob and Gary Gill:
his sisters, Betty Jarvis, Rosemary
Bodkins and Barb Majia; and his
nine grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 7, at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastor John Hodges
officiating. The interment
followed at Santa Fe Cemetery' in
Hampton. Arrangements are under
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Randall Hudson

MlondJJ N,% 21.10i: ai Haven
Hospice Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness. He
was born in Starke on Nov. 24,
1956. He graduated from Bradford
High School in 1975. He then
served in the Army, and was a
truck driver. He was a member of
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church where he served in the
choir.
Mr. Hudson is survived by: his
daughters, Erika Hudson of Starke
and Jessica Hudson of Columbia,
Md.; his father, John H. Hudson of
Starke; his sisters, caregiver
Charlene Hudson and Betty Jean
Hudson; and brother, Charles
Edward Hudson Sr., all of Starke;
and three grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his. mother,
Louise Diggs Hudson.
Funeral services will be held oil
Saturday, Nov. 13, at II a.m. in
the Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church in Starke with the Rev.
James N. Wilcox as eulogist and
the Rev. J.W. Warren conducting
the services. Interment will be in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be on Friday, Nov.
12, at the Carl D. Haile Memorial
Chapel with family hour from 3-4
p.m. Friends may visit from 5-8
p.m., and one hour prior to the
seArice. Famil\ will meet at the
home of his father. 4547 SE 143"'
St., Starke, at 10:30 a.m. to form
the corteoe.


Theresa Merrill
STARKE-Theresa Lloyd
Merrill. 79. of Starke, died on
Friday, Nov. 5. 2010. at E.T. York
Hospice Care Center in
Gainess ille. She was born on Feb.
15, 1931. in Baltimore, Md. to the
late Roy E. and Marguerite Killian
Lloyd and was a longtime area
resident. She was a retired
waitress and formerly worked at
Bradford Furniture.
Mrs. Merrill is survived by: her
brothers, Roy Lloyd Jr. of
Northumberland, Pa. and Joe
Llo\d of Stuart: and her friend and
caregiver. Carolyn Har\ey of
Starke.
Memorial services will be
private at a later date.
Arran gements are b\ Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.

Phyllis Mossburg
MELROSE-Phyllis Greer
Mossburg, 76, formerly of
Melrose. passed away at her home
on Monday. Nov. I. 2010. Phyllis
was born in Charlotte, N.C. on
Aug. 22. 1934, to the late James
and Nellie Greer.
Mrs. Mossburg was a retired
assistant manager and seamstress.
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MINISTRY
Continued from Page 1B

to help people do just that.
"A lot of people, because of
their situations, their
circumstances, their past and
the hopelessness of their
future, their heads are not held
high," Johnson said. "They're
weighted down by the worries
of the world. God said, 'Cast
all your cares on me because I


care for you.'
"Our vision for this place is
for people to be able to come
here and cast their cares on the
Lord and realize, through us
and through you, that He does
care for them."
Johnson talked to the crowd
about how Kristi Overton
Johnson Ministries got its start
with the In His Wakes
ministry, which uses water
sports to help at-risk youth
experience "victory, hope and








9 LEFT: Sisters
Savannah and
Sammi Potter
check out some
of the items for
sale at the
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Jessica Mur-
daugh browses
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display.


purpose" in life. After eight
years, the minister\ has touched
7,000 youth. Johnson said.
Johnson said she was afraid
of serving God at first, not
knowing \\hat He would have
her do or where He would
have her go. God, though. used
her love of water sports, to
reach out to people.
Therefore. Johnson told the
members of the crowd they
could use their talents-
whatever they are-to serve
God.
"No matter what you like to
do,just know that God can use
it to be a blessing to
somebody," she said.
The event was not only a
grand-opening celebration of
A Champion's Heart Life
Center, but also of Answers, a
nonprofit pregnancy resource
center that is leasing space in
the resource building across
the street. Like Johnson,
Answers CEO JoAnna Merritt
Weldon said her center needed
the support of many people to
help make it successful.
"I resigned from a very
successful job I had in
insurance," Weldon said. "God
placed a vision on my heart. I
went, 'God, I can't do this.' He
said, 'You are exactly right.
You can't, but I can, and I will
send the people you need to
fulfill this vision.'
"You are those people,
whether you're just simply
someone who is willing to
pray and just partner behind
the scenes, somebody who
would be willing to volunteer
your time, or somebody who
would be willing to make a
monthly financial commitment
for us to help us keep going
and being able to do this.
"It doesn't matter what your
position is or what it looks
like. You have a part in this. I
encourage you to pray about
what that part would be."
Answers will offer free
pregnancy testing, but Weldon
said that is not the center's
main goal. It is designed to
"share the hope of Christ" and
give women God's answers,
hence the name "Answers."
"It's a place where (women"
can come and get truth,"
Weldon said.
Other intended goals include
providing referrals for free
ultrasound testing, to abortion-
vulnerable women, providing


Anika Henanger was
one of five who per-
formed as part of A New
Voice, an offshoot of
the Lake Region Com--
munity Theater's youth
program.


referrals for affordable medical
assistance, housing, food and
clothing needs, reducing teen
pregnancy by promoting
abstinence, providing
information on the risks of
sexually transmitted diseases,
providing parenting, self-
esteem and adoption
counseling, and providing
abortion recovery support
groups and counseling
services.
The resource center that
houses Answers will, also host
Alcoholics Anonymous
meetings four times a week,
while another part of the center
will serve as a kind of satellite


Rex and Betty Caulk pray during the dedication
ceremony.


office for Clay County
resources that aren't readily
available, to Keystone Heights
residents.
"We've just got such an
array of ministries that's taking
place right in this little center
of our community," Weldon
said. "I encourage you today
just to pray about that and ask


God what it is (you can do)
and how He would fit you into
all of that."


For more
Champion's
the


information on A
Heart, please visit
Web site


www.championsheart.net, or
call 352-478-2098. The
Answvers Web site is
www.findanswersnow.org.


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$700/mo. Call 904-782-
3287 or 904-769-3455
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA,
new carpet, CH/A, $650/
mo. first, last plus clean-
ing fee. 904-964-3595.
4BR/2BA HOUSE ON LAKE
BROOKLYN, Keystone
Heights. $900/mo. First,
last and security deposit.
Call 352-494-3714


2BR/1BA SWMH IN RAI-
FORD on CR 229, $500/
mo.Call386-431-19170or
904-966-1396
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
COTTAGE on Brooklyn
Lake Large rear deck,
semi-furnished, washer/
dryer. $675/mth plus elec-
tric. Call 352-216-8027.
3B SWMH NEAR UCI &
FSP. $450/mo. plus $350
security deposit, CH/A,
lawn included. Call 904-
769-2149 or 904-964-
8025.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS,
3BR/1BA DWMH.Heat &
air. Stove and refrigerator
furnished $450 a month,
$450 deposit Call 386-
496-3253.
2BR/1 BA MH ideal for one
or two people Starke
area, outside city limits.
$475 per month Senior
discount Call 904-964-
8218.
1/1 COTTAGE GAINES-
VILLE (FAIRBANKS).
Custom bath and kitch-
en, heart pine floors, w/d
hook-up, screened porch
and carport. $600/mth,
first and security. Call
352-473-7123 or 352-
214-7411 or 352-258-
5993.
3BR/2.5BA HOME CLOSE
TO Southside Elemen-
tary, $850/mo. Certified
"bed bug free". Owner/
Agent Faulkner Realty,
904-964-5069


2BR APARTMENT $400/mo
Certified "bed bug free".
Owner/Agent Faulkner
Realty 904-964-5069.
2 HOMES: 2BR/1BA in
Keystone Heights $550/
mo, 3BR/1BA in Starke
$650. 10% senior dis-
count offered. Clean, CH/
A, near shopping, free
lawncare/maintenance.
All pets considered. 352-
473-5214.
STARKE 3BR/2BA SWMH
OUTSIDE city limits, CH/
A, $500/mo. plus deposit."
352-235-6319.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A,
$600/mo. plus deposit.
352-235-6319.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on I acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR/
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $750/mo plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
2BR/2BA SWMH, all appli-
ances, CH/A, W/Di:.'on.
4 acres. $650/mo., first,
last and deposit. Service
animals only. 352-473-
0464.
3BR/2BA singlewide, large
front yard, circle entrarIce

at 6376 Antioch Avenue,
$600/mo. plus $250 secu-
rity, call 321-615-8748.
2BR/1BA IN STARKE,
fenced yard, CH/A, $550/
mo. 904-521-2951.


The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
moved into their new building on S.R. 16 at
Conerly Estates. The building they
previously occupied on Church Street by
Wainwright Park is available for rent. Space
for 50+ worshipers and parking available. To
see building, call John at

(904) 364-9022 or (904) 964-6305


19041 964-6305

13521 473-2210

(386) 496-2261


INDEX
51 Lost/Found 63 Love Lines
s Accessories 52 Animals & Pets 64 Business Opp0
r Vehicles 53 Yard Sales 65 Help Wanted
& Campers 54 Keystone Yard Sales 66 Investment Of
S S 55 Wanted 67 Hunting Land
for Sale 56 Trade or Swap 68 Rent to Own
.state Out of Arek 57 For Sale 69 Food Supplem
eircial Property 58 Building Materials 70 Self Storage
Lea~.s. Sale 59 Personal Services 72 Sporting Good
for Sale 60 Secretarial Services 73 Farm Equipmm
le Homes for Sale 61 Scriptures 74 Computers &
ent 62 Vacation/Travel Accessories

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'- rly room that can
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yard double car-
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2- -2BA mobile home
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.be home $500/mo
Sc'd close to prisons
2ii0-431-1197
:' \T NEAR LAKE
-R. small 3BR/1BA
P 'wide After 4p call
.-,v-496-2599
S2BA MH close to town
ut outside of city limits. .
-nust see' $550/mo Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whintemore Realty at 904-
477-6522
33Rq2BA FARM WITH 22-
ac'es and a pool Bring
the family and the anim-
mals' $2,200/mo Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
JWhittemore Realty at 904-
477-6522
:3R/2BA IN HAMPTON on
+ acre Fully fenced with
nice screened front porch.
S550/mo Call Stephanie
at Charnelle Whittemore
Realty at 904-477-6522
33R.2BA BRICK HOME
in nice area on 1+ acre
Home includes large
game/family room
S1,000/mo Call Stepha-
nie at Charnelle Whit-
temore Realty at 904-
477-6522.
4BR'3BA HOUSE WITH
POOL, great neigh-
borhood and includes
weekly pool maintenance!
$1,100/mo Call Stepha-
nie at Charnelle Whit-
temore Realty at 904-
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53A
Starke Yard
Sales
SPECIAL HOLIDAY savings"
for family and friends at
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everything on Monday,
November 15th
BIG MULTI-FAMILY yard
sale Sat 8a-1p, 115
Parker Street. down from
hospital off of SR 230
Furniture, clothing, wash-
er/dryer, dishes. etc

BIG YARD SALE west
on SR 16 turn on CR
233 (Morgan Road) 2nd
house behind Kangaroo
Store Thurs Fri and
Sat (Nov 11.12,13) 9a-
5p, look for signs
MOVING SALE at 996 Col-
ley Road Nov 11,12,13,
Thurs. Fri and Sat 8a-
4p Everything must go'
YARD SALE, NOV 13TH,
rain or shine 7239 NW
CR 229 8a-? Glass show-
case 70"X20", cycle, car,
books, Christmas deco-
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items Not responsible for
accidents
A HUGE 3 FAMILY Garage
Sale. Lots of clothes, holi-
day decorations, beauty
shop equipment dishes,
collectibles. 24582 Grove
Street, Lawtey All day
Saturday and Sunday.
YARD SALE, BABY STUFF,
nascar stuff, clothes, dish-
es, appliances, treadmill.
Fr. & Sat. at 307 South
Church Street, by Jones
Funeral Home

SATURDAY AT 230 East to
SE 17th Avenue. Stuff,
toys, womans clothes 0-7
and misc., canoe (Grum-
man) 19ft., HondaBF2D,
trailer with lots of extras
$3,000. 904-964-9896.
YARD SALE, Nov. 11 & 12
(Thurs. & Fri.) Lots of
good items Follow signs
before Wal-mart. Early
birds welcome! Thelma
& gang.
YARD SALE, FRI. & SAT.,
Nov. 12 & 13, 9a-7, 5
miles north on US 301 at
NW 200th Street.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE, Sat.
8a-4p. Lots of good stuff!
Cheap prices, everything
from tools to jewelry, baby
to adult clothes. 100 East
turn by Kangaroo Store,
take dirt road off curve,
doublewide.on right
(Kilby).
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE,
Friday and Saturday, 8a-
?, SR 100 West (Edwards
Road) look for signs.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE,
Saturday only, 8a-? CR


229 NW 77th Place Men,
women's and children
girl and boy clothing, little
tykes log cabin, game
systems, movies. Vera
Bradley purses, furni-
ture, household items and
much more All must go'
YARD SALE, LAWTEY 1-
mile west of Hwy 301 on
CR 225, Fn & Sat 8a-'.
Christmas decorations,
gifts and more
YARD SALE/INSIDE WARE-
HOUSE' Every Fri and
Sat from now until the
week before Christmas,
except the weekend .of
Thanksgiving. Fri 8a-
1 30p, Sat 8a-2p Beside
the Red Dog Saloon in the
blue warehouse

ALMOST TAMMY'S YARD
SALE/next door at 1004
East Call Street. Friday
11/12 and Saturday 11/13
8a-3p Designer dresses,
leans, Vera Bradley purs-
es & diaper bag, boy baby
clothes 0-18 mo.'s, toys,
household items, wedding
dress, wedding shoes,
tiara, some men's golf
clothes, shoes, tv's and
much much more!
GARAGE SALE, SATUR-
DAY 11/13 from 8a-9
Three families at Conerly
Estates, Hwy 16 West.
Follow signs.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
LARGE SALE, MULTI-FAM-
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household, washer/dryer,
refrigerators, tools, small
-appliances, cookie jars,
ceramics, old baskets and


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glassware Disneyana.
sal: & pepper shakers.
cages and tack You name
it 5950 CR 315C, Key-
stone Heignts (SR 21 to
315C. 1/2 mile on right)
Friday and Saturday, gate
opens at 7a
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE.
Sat Nov 13th 8a-? 450
Nigntingale Street Baby
items and much more'
CHRISTMAS FOUR FAMI-
LIES Rummage Sale Fri
& Sat Dec 3rd & 4th,
9a-3p Ame-ican Legion
Post, 7441 SR 21 North
GARAGESALE, 7190 White
Plains Way, Keystone
Heights (off of Gas Line
Road) Friday, Saturday
& Sunday, 9a-4p Good
women's plus size cloth-
ing

FRI. & SAT 11/12 & 13, 7a-
7 Big family yard sale,
tools, household items,
electronics, clothes and
baby items 7682 El Do-
rado Avenue, Keystone.
NOV 11, 12, 13 (Thurs., Fri
& Sat) 8a-4p. scrapbook
supplies, bedding, truck
topper, '05 Honda VTX
1300S with 5k miles like
new w/ lots of extras,
'89 Dodge 4X4 p/u 1/2
ton, nice truck, low miles,
lots of misc 6859 Deer
Springs Road, Keystone
Heights.
YARD SALE SATURDAY
Nov. 13th, 8a-2p at 280
Berea Avenue, Keystone
Heights.
MULTI-FAMILY Sat. 11/13
8a-4p, Brooklyn Bay
Road. Table saw, 1998
boat with 3 0, guitar, sm1ll
upright freezer, concrete
mixer, barbies & collect-
ibles and many unused
items.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MOVING SALE, THURS.
Nov. 11th through Wed.
Nov 17th 9a-4p at 8686
SW 163rd Loop off CR
231. Antique ice box
$800, big steel desk
$85, big wooden desk
$40., wooden bench $20,


Kubota Tractor 51.000,
2 antique cabinets $50,
over 200 record albums,
take all includes Elvis &
Bing Crosby $250
59
Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
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stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium
siding, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966 Sears.
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CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
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Bldgs Pier Replacement
& alignment We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs Free Es-
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has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles' Will pick
upanywhere. Upto$150
Call 904-219-9365 or904-
782-9822.
QUALITY CLEANING AT
reasonable rates Weekly,
biweekly, monthly Free
estimates. '904-964-
5858.


* 2BR/1 BA middle unit triplex w/lake access
in: Melrose/Keystone $450/ Security $475
* 3BR/2BA SWMH in Hampton, washer &
dryer included $575/ Security $625 (service
animals only)
* 3BR/2BA DWMH in Hampton, washer &
dryer included $600/ Security $650 (service
animals only)
* 2BR/1 BA Lake cottage on Lake Geneva,
wood floors, covered one car carport $595/
Security $600
* 2BR/2BA MH with garage in Town of
Keystone $625/Security $650
* 3BR/2BA SWMH in Hampton, washer &
dryer included $650/ Security $700 (service
animals only) -
* 2BR/lBA HOME located in Post Master's
Village attached covered carport, screened
in back porch, sheds $650/ Security $700
* 3BR/2BA JUST PAINTED AND TILED
apartment unit on end in Geneva Oaks, huge
laundry room, split floor plan, patio area $700/
Security $750
* 3BR/2BA HOME in Keystone Heights $750/
Scurity $800
3BR/2A DWMH in Melrose available
furnished or unfurnished $750/ Security $775
* 2BR/2BA HOME, furnished, on Lake
Lochloosa w/dock $900/ Security $1,000
* 3BR/2BA HOME on Highway 301 with
frontage zoned Commercial $1,500/ Security
$1550
* 2BR/2.5 BA HOME located on Lake Santa
Fe in Melrose, 2 docks and boat house
$1,800/ Security $1,850


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Are you pregnant? A
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secure, married couple
seeks to adopt. Will be full-
time mom & devoted dad.
Expenses paid. Call Mindy
& Rich. (ask for michellei
adam). (800)790-5260. FL
Bar# 0150789.


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for young Call Andy 904-
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Florida.
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN
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cal access hospital seeks
experienced Human Re-
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HR functions Responsible
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benefits, organizational
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drug free workplace
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at 863-450-9929 or 904-
964-7500
ONE-MAN REGISTERED
business received very
good consumer response
to 3 new, innovative prod-
ucts at recent Micanopy
Pall Festival Business
needs financial partner to
'help build a company that
can provide jobs for local
economy Call Peter at
352-219-2464
POSITION AVAILABLE
NOW, Major Appliance
Service Technician. Drug
and alcohol free work-
place Must have own
vehicle and tools We
are a warranty service
for Whirlpool, GE and


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ment Ed's Appliar-e
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Starke, FL 32091
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800/wk Call Today' 866-
457-6236
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SISTANT 1 Bradford
County Bradford County
Public Library is accepting
applications for a full-
time Library Technical
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ment Experience working
with children is required
and some supervisory
experience is preferred
AA degree or some col-


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R November 24, 2010
at 00Op m The county
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boxes. English Dovetail
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12B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010


VETS
Continued from Page 6

the Veterans Memorial Walkwaa.
For further information, call Joan
Jones at 352-473-5450 or Elsie at
352-473-9545.
Ke\ stone American Legion Post
202 %%ill also hold a family da\
open house. The open house will
feature food. a cakewalk, karaoke
and door prizes. with a draw ing for
a woman's hike. Doors to the post
will he opened at 10 a.m. and the
canteen will be open. American
Legion Post 202 is located at
7441 S.R. 21 north in Keystone
Heights.
Lake Butler: The Lake Butler
Veterans Day ceremony will be
held at the Masonic Lodge on Main
Street (S.R. 100) in Lake Butler, on


Nov. 11 beginning a 9:45 a.m.
Pastor Scott Fisher will be the
guest speaker for the ceremony,
which will include music and
laying of wreaths. The ceremony
will be followed by the annual
Veterans Day parade. The route
of the parade will be primarily
along S.R. 121 near Union County
schools.
Camp Blanding: The Camp
Blanding Museum and Memorial
Park, located at Camp Blanding
on S.R. 16 east of Starke, will
hold its Veterans Day ceremony on
Saturday, Nov. 13, at 9 a.m.
This ceremony will also observe
the 70' anniversary of Camp
Blanding as a training facility.
Re-enactors will display
uniforms, weapons and vehicles
used during World War I1. One of
the speakers for the ceremony will


be Rupert Metzroth, a German w ho
spent several years as a prisoner
of war at Camp Blanding during
World War II. Also speaking will
be several veterans who trained
at Camp Blanding and Maj. Gen.
Emmett R. Titsha\. the Florida
adjutant general.
Following the ceremony, a
comemorati" e cake will be cut and
World War 11 weapons will be fired
in a demonstration.
History of Veterans Day...
On the llth hour of the llth
day of the 11th month of 1918, an
armistice, or temporary cessation
of hostilities, was declared between
the Allied nations and Germany in
the First World War, then known
as "the Great War." Nov. 11, 1918,
is generally regarded as the end of
"the war to end all wars."
In November 1919, President


Wilson proclaimed Nov. 11 as the
first commemoration of Armistice
Day with the following words:
"To us in America, the reflections
of Armistice Da\ will be filled
with solemn pride in the heroism
of those who died in the country's
service and with gratitude for
the victory, both because of the
thing from which it has freed us
.and because of the opportunity
it has given America to show her
sympathy with peace and justice in
the councils of the nations..."
Commemorated as Armistice
Day beginning the following year,
Nov. 11 became a legal federal
holiday in the United States in
1938. In the aftermath of World
War I and the Korean War,
Armistice Day became Veterans
Day, a holiday dedicated to
American veterans of all wars.


The day's observation included
parades and public gatherings, as
well as a brief pause in business
activities at 11 a.m. On Nov. 11,
1921, an unidentified American
soldier killed in the war was buried
at Arlington National Cemetery
in Washington, D.C.; the U.S.
Congress had declared the day a
legal federal holiday in honor of
all those who participated in the
war. On the same day, unidentified
soldiers were laid to rest at
Westminster Abbey in London and
at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
On June 4, 1926, Congress
passed a resolution that the
"recurring anniversary of (Nov. 11,
1918) should be commemorated
with thanksgiving and prayer and
exercises designed to perpetuate
peace through good will and mutual
understanding between nations"


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and that the president should issue
an annual proclamation calling for
the observance of Armistice Day.
By that time,27 state legislatures
had made Nov. 11 a legal holiday.
An act approved May 13, 1938,
made Nov. 11 a legal federal
holiday, "dedicated to the cause
of world peace and to be hereafter
celebrated and known as'Armistice
Day.'" In actuality, there are no
U.S. national holidays because the
states retain the right to designate
their own, and the government can
only designate holidays for federal
employees and for the District of
Columbia. In practice, however,
states almost always follow the
federal lead.
From Armistice Day to
Veterans Day...
The American effort during
World War II (1941-1945) saw
the greatest mobilization of the
U.S. Army, Navy, Marines and
Air Force in the nation's history
(more than 16 million people);
some 5.7 million more served in
the Korean War (1950 to 1953).
In 1954, after lobbying efforts by
veterans' service organizations, the
83rd U.S. Congress amended the
1938 act that had made Armistice
Day a holiday, striking the word
"Armistice" in favor of "Veterans."
President Dwight D. Eisenhower
signed the legislation on June
1, 1954. From then on, Nov. 11
became a day to honor American
veterans of all wars.
President Eisenhower issued the
first "Veterans Day Proclamation"
which stated: "In order to insure
proper and widespread observance
of this anniversary, all veterans, all
veterans' organizations, and the
entire citizenry will wish to join
hands in the common purpose.
Toward this end, I am designating
the administrator of veterans'
affairs as chairman of.a Veterans
Day National Committee, which
shall include such other persons as
the chairman may select, and which
will coordinate at the national
level necessary planning for the
observance. I am also requesting
the heads of all departments and
agencies of the executive branch
of the government to assist the
National Committee in every way
possible."
The next development in the
story of Veterans Day unfolded
in 1968, when Congress passed
the Uniform Holidays Bill,
which sought to ensure three-day
weekends for federal employees-
and encourage tourism and travel-
by celebrating four national
holidays ,(Washington's Birthday,
Memorial' DIy,"Veterans Day and
Columbus Day) on Mondays.
The observation of Veterans
Day was set as the fourth
Monday in October. The first
Veterans Day under the new law
was Monday, Oct. 25, 1971 and
confusion ensued, as many states
disapproved of this change, and
continued to observe the holiday
on its original date. In 1975; after it
became evident that the actual date
of Veterans Day carried historical
and patriotic significance to many
Americans, President Gerald R.
Ford signed a new law returning
the observation of Veterans Day to
Nov. 11 beginning in 1978. If Nov.
11 falls on a Saturday or Sunday,
the federal government observes
the holiday on the previous Friday
or following Monday.
Britain, France, Australia and
Canada also commemorate the
veterans of World Wars I and II
on or near Nov. 11: Canada has
Remembrance Day, while Britain
has Remembrance Sunday (the
second Sunday of November).
In Europe, Britain and the
Commonwealth countries it is
common to observe two minutes of
silence at 11 a.m. every Nov.11.
In the United States, an official
wreath-laying ceremony is held
each Veterans Day at the Tomb
of the Unknowns in Arlington
National Cemetery, while parades
and other celebrations are held
in states around the country.
Veterans Day is not to be confused
with Memorial Day-a common
misunderstanding, according to
the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs. Memorial Day (the fourth
Monday in May) honors American
service members who died in
service to their country or as a result
of injuries incurred during battle,
while Veterans Day pays tribute to
all American veterans-living or
dead-but especially gives thanks
to living veterans who served their
country honorably during war.


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or from the office of County
Manager in the North wing of the
County Courthouse.
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