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Annual Raiford Day Festiva enjoyed by many
The annual Raiford Day Adults also enjoyed meeting and Member Alvin Griffis welcomed
Festival was a great success. greeting new and old friends. everyone and recognized the
Held on Oct. 19 this year, a The 10th Masonic District many volunteers who helped
great day of fun and games was Child ID team provided a free make this day a success.
enjoyed by young and old. The identification DVD for parents to The Raiford Day committee
kids enjoyed train rides, bounce safeguard our children. Many of thanked businesses and
house, face painting, merry- the families present participated, individuals who donated money,
ago-round, cotton candy, snow Mayor Channing Dobbs and items and time for the day to be
cones and many other activities. Union County School Board a success.
LEFT: Children of all ages had a good time on the playground and participating in
activities. RIGHT: Union County Judge Bo Bayer and Raiford Mayor Channing Dobbs.
YOUR KING & QUEEN
Homecoming capped off by district football win
Van Zant: Gambling, Medicaid
will be biggest issues in next
p. year s legislative session
nBY DAN HILDEIBRAN. and others -that have bought or
Monitor Editor leased buildings all around the
Capitol," he said. "We have the
State Rep. Charles E. Van gambling people that have hired
Zant Sr. told a Keystone Heights lobbyists from Las Vegas, Reno
group Nov. I that attempts to and all the way from Asia,"
expand Medicaid and casino Van Zant predicted that if
........gambling will dominate-the 2014 casino gambling expands in
legislative session in Tallahassee. Florida, the state may put at risk
Van Zant represents District 19 its family-friendly brand and
which includes all of Bradford, suffer losses in sales tax revenue.
Union and Putnam counties in- "My preference is that we keep
addition to Clay County south Florida the family-friendly state,"
of Middleburg, Lake Asbury and he said. "Visitors pay about one-
Fleming Island. third of Florida sales tax. Many
Last year, the legislature did not of them bring their families to see
BpVE231ndMedicsaid, makaingyFlorida the mouse and Sea World,. I am
M one of 24 states that did not extend for keeping it that way."
Queen Miranda Merritt and coverage to more low-income He claimed that expanded
King Geordyn Green. families. Medicaid expansion casino operations will inevitably
LEFT: Freshmen won the was a principal component of bring more crime.
float and skit competition the Affordable Care Act, widely "Statistics. show 'that when
this year. Seniors won known as Obamacare. gambling comes in the crime
dress-up days. The legislature's action kept goes up," he said. "So if you
BELOW LEFT: The Spirit $51 billion in federal aid out of have a community that expands
of Union County Tiger the state and' will leave over 1 gambling, then you've got more
.Marching Band performed million Floridians without health costs for police officers, sheriff's
music and a skit at halftime coverage, on Jan. 1. officers and expansion of yourjail.
Sduring Friday night's In a bill he filed earlier this You've got more prostitution and
football game, featuring year opposing the Affordable human trafficking. You have more
UCHS Asst. Principal Btig Care Act's implementation in dope and alcohol sales. You have
Cross as Batman, Principal Florida, Van Zant wrote that more crime by far. Crime is huge
Mike Ripplinger as Robin the measure restricts individual wherever gambling expands."
(Boy Wonder), band freedoms and that Floridians Van Zant also said that families
alumnus James Brown as should be free to accept or reject and local businesses will be hurt
the Joker, band member any insurance plans they choose. by toe diversion of household
Wesley Smith and Aaron Van Zant said he anticipates income toward gaming and away
Horn as Williston Red Devil another push next year to expand from other purchases.
Henchmen #1 and #2, and the program. He added that he "For every cdsino gambling
band members Breanna opposed the proposal earlier this dollar that the state receives in
Bryan, Sierra Ferguson and year and is still opposed to the idea. taxes, there is six dollars left on
Bethany Rose as victim "Obamacare, of course, was the table that somebody had to
#1-3/sign holder. the big issue last year," he told the pay:' he said. "For the poor, who
Keystone Heights Rotary Club. are most affected by gambling,
BELOW RIGHT: Isaiah "I personally filed a bill to prevent that means that if the state collects
Johnson runs in a TD pass healthcare exchanges in Florida $100 from that casino, that poor
from quarterback Caleb because I think Obamacare is family lost $600. That is $600
Cox. The Tigers won, 28-10, egregious and I think in the end that didn't pay the rent, didn't
to make it into the playoffs. it will prove out to be that way." pay the light bill, and didn't buy
(See full story, 7B.) More Van Zant said the Affordable shoes for the children. It didn't
homecoming photos,,3A. Care Act is a boon to the health put gas in the car or make the car
insurance industry, payment or put tires on the car or
"The health insurance any of those other needs that the
Nemesh, McGill' agofromTexasand lived in Lake on S.R. 121 and go in front of and speeches across the nation. companies love it because family has."
t City for nine-and-a-half years the Lake Butler Middle School. A national ceremony takes place they get to raise your rates and
to speakat and then moved to Union County The parade will then take a left at the Tomb of the Unknowns at produce less services in the long
nine-and-a-half years ago. on Lake Avenue and head back Arlington National Cemetery in run even though Obamacare says ABOVE: Van Zant speaks
Veterans Day He worked at the Lake City to the lake, but the marching Virginia. they can't deny you coverage for at the Rotary Club of KH.
cV.A. Hospital for three years. He band and ROTC will take a right On Sunday, Nov. 10, the New this, that and the other," he said. BELOW: On Oct. 31, Van
ceremony was commander of the Military and head back to Union County DirectionsVeteransChoirgraces The District 19 representative Zant and State Sen. Charles
Order of the Purple Heart High School. the Gainesville community with said gaming interests are gearing S. Dean Sr. came to Lake
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN Chapter 772 in Lake City for the Sam Jenkins is the VFW an afternoon of soulful vocals, up to push for legislation that Butler to hear from the
Thmes Editor last four years and remains a life commander. For questions about The nationally acclaimed choir would allow expanded casino public and officials such as
member of the order and of DAV the parade or to participate, call mixes the best of doo-wop, soul, operations in Florida. Health Department Admin.
The annual Veterans Day (disabled military veteran). Barbara Fischer at 904-263-0647. traditional gospel .nd popular "We have the Seminole Indians Joe Pietrangelo.
ceremony begins at 9:30 a.m. Bill McGill will also present, Veterans Day originated as hits. The group has performed
on Monday, Nov. 11, at the Lake remembering local veterans he's "Armistice Day" on Nov. 11, for the U.S.- Congress, "The
Butler Veterans Memorial. known who have passed away. 1919, the first anniversary of the Donny and Marie Show" and
Spirit of Union County Tiger A parade will follow the end of World War I. Congress the 2000 Democratic National.
Marching Band will be on hand ceremony, starting at 11 a.m. passed a resolution in 1926 for Convention, although in 2010 it
to perform music in the morning ,The route is as follows: Set up an annual observance, and Noi'. received national attention after
and then march in parade. at the Butler Lake and go down 11 became a national holiday participating on NBC's hit show
The guest speaker is Michael J. Lake Avenue, take a right on beginning in 1938. President "America's Got Talent.'
Nemesh, retired 1SG U.S. Army. S.R. 100, go down S.R. 100 Dwight D. Eisenhower signed They'll perform. at University
He enlisted on June 7, 1964 and to the traffic light at C.R. 231 legislation in 1954 to change the Auditorium on the Campus.
retired onFeb. 1pI985, receiving and take a left (diagonally from name to Veterans Day as a way Tickets are $25 and can be
many awards during more than Spires IGA), then cross SR. to honor those who served in-all purchased on ticketmaster.com
two decades of service, 121 and go through Lake Butler American wars. The day honors by calling the UF Performing
He moved, to Florida 20 years Elementary School, take a right military veterans with parldes Arts Box Office at 352-392-2787.
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United Methodist and New Jerusalem more. Everyone is invited to attend. Saturday, Nov. 9, at 6 p.m.
SW O R T H in WS hosting gospel sing, Nov. 8 The church is a half-mile west on S.R. 18 off of S.R. 121. The church is located at S.R.229 and Sapp Road just nofth
of county line. For more information, call 904-275-3787.
O TN 0 4 UnitedMethodistChurchinfellowshipwith New Jerusalem New River Baptist fall festival, Nov. 9
N O I N G Full Gospel Church in Worthington Springs is hosting a Fellowship Baptist Church in Raiford
gospel sing on Friday, Nov. 8, at 6 p.m., featuring Southern New River Baptist Church in Brooker is hosting its fall Clothes Closet open, Nov. 9
Gospel music. Refreshments will be provided afterwards. festival on Saturday, Nov. 9, beginning with dinner at 5
Schedule your annual 'Everyone is welcome to come. Call 386-496-1461. p.m. and games and activities from 6 to 8 p.m. Fellowship Baptist Church in Raiford opens its
women's health The church at 16703 SW 144th Ave. Call 352-485-1246. Clothes Closet once a month, providing free clothes -to'
appointment today Morning Star Baptist fall festival, Nov. 9 anyone in need. it is open tne second Saturday of each
Sanderson Christian concert, Nov. 9 month from 9 to 11 a.m.
October is Breast Cancer Morning Star Baptist Church in Worthington Springs The church is located at 12790 NE 221st Court,: a
SAwareness Month. The is hosting its fall festival on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 2 to 6 Sanderson Christian Revival Center in Macclenny couple of blocks north of S.R. 121. For emergency
ACORN Clinic offers a range p.m. They will have games, a cake walk, a hay ride and is hosting a gospel concert by the Singing Echoes on clothing needs, call 386-431-1066.
including referrals for FREE
mammograms. According to UC holds TEFRA (those earning 60 percent or-less Nabors, Giblin & Nickerson, favor of the project, like others would not be financially liable.in
the Arnerican Cancer Society, of the area's median income). P.A., then appeared before the have said as well. any way. Maggi Wetzel with Lake
every woman over 40 should hearing for ALF Because those units are set-aside commissioners with details on County Attorney Russ Wade Butler Senior Living, LLC said that
have a mammogram at least for that purpose, the project the bond process. said the county is asked to be assurance would all be in writing.
Sonce a year. Early detection is Commissioners table bond qualifies for tax credits. His firm wvill act as bond involved with this in name only, "We do need the facility," Dobbs
critical. resolution approval request "It's called four-percent counsel for the transaction and it but does have to do the financial said. "There's one sitting out there
Make your annual health from Lake Butler Senior tax credits that are issued by does not represent the proposed. due diligence for findings that agreeing with me. I can think of
exam appointment today by Living to do more research the government through the borrower or Zimmerman or' Mustian mentioned. He said several elderly couples who've had
calling 352-485-1133. The state housing corporation:' any of the other parties to the earlier that no government entity to leave home who would have
ACORN Clinic is located at BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN Zimmerman said. "But you transaction. Mustian will act has ever been sued over that, been tickled to death to stay here."
23320 N.S.R.235 inBrooket. Times Editor cannot get tax credits unless as the attorney for the county though Wade had concerns. Even though there were things
there is tax-exempt financing, throughthis process. "What .(Lake Butler Senior presented at the, meeting that
SHINE worker Before the Union County tax-exempt bonds that are issued "There's a provision in the Living, LLC is) asking you to do were news to him, Dobbs said,
available at ACORN Board of Commissioners' by a government entity." (state) statutes, under chapter 159, tonight is pass a resolution that "It's going in the right direction,
The ACORN Clinic has regular meeting on Oct. 21, it That's where the county that allows local governments to basically just approves this for and I'd like to see it happen."
a SHINE (Serving Health held a TEFRA meeting for the commission comes in. issue bonds and pledge a security purposes of this hearing. And Wetzel said she already has
Insurance Needs of Elders) assisted living facility planned "So your role that we're for the revenues of a private party what that does is let us go get an a waiting list of 10 'people for
worker available every Tuesday for Lake Butler. requesting you consider, is to be and loan the proceeds to them allocation from the state for these the ALF, "who are having to go
and Wednesday. SHINE is a TEFRA is the Tax Equity that government entity to issue for certain types of projects, types of bonds, because you have outside the county.
free program offered by the and Fiscal Responsibility Act bonds:'" Zimmerman added, Mustian said. "That's what this is'." to have that to issue these bonds," "This facility will provide 35
Florida Department of Elder of 1982, which was created in "which we submit are not based He said there have been Mustian said, reiterating what he to 45 jobs, revenue wiii come into
Affairs and your local Area- order- to reduce the government's on your full faith and credit, you're thousands of them done inthe and Zimmerman had said. the community and it will be an
Agency on Aging. SHINE can budget gap by generating revenue not pledging any revenues to it, but state of Florida. Mustian's done "It doesn't obligate you to issue important place" Wetzel added.
assist you with your Medicare, through closure of tax loopholes enables the tax credits to be sold." them for 30 years in many places. them. They have to come back "Just bear with us and just please,
Medicaid, andhealthinsumce and introduction of tougher That would bring $2.3 million "It's designed for the people and get a second approval-just please think about working with
questionis by providing enforcement of tax rules, as into the project. that buy the bonds understand so you're clear on what's being us. We would deeply appreciate it."
one-on-one counseling and opposed to changing marginal "It's not a loan.. That money that they're taking the credit asked of you tonight." Cossey added, "Well we're
information. SHINE services income tax rates. It was born out of is not paid back:' he said. "That of these people and not you:'" Zimmerman echoed this, all for it. We've just got to think
are free, unbiased, and concern over the budget deficit due money is earned, every year, for Mustian told the commissioners, telling the commissioners, about our taxpayers."
confidential. Open etollment to a short-term fall in tax revenue 15 years, as the developer offsets "The bond itself will have "Before you are asked to issue Dobbs said the board of directors
tlgins October 15 through during an ongoing recession. his income by applying a portion in capital letters, this is not an bonds, there would be presented speaks well for the project.
December 7. The county board conducted of those tax credits." obligation of Union County, you to you, the USDA commitment, Board members are Dr. Wayhe
'Formoreinformationcall the hearing to obtain public input Zimmerman told the can't ever go after the assets, that the commitment from the tax Sinclair, Wetzel's business
352-485-1133. The ACORN on the proposed bond issue for commissioners, "Your role as the taxing power can't be called syndicator to buy the tax credits, partner; Cassa Neta Herndon,
Clinic is located at 23320 Lake Butler Senior Living, LLC far as issuing bonds, then, is for upon to pay the debt back:'," as well as the take-out bank. executive secretary; Dr. Marvin
iNorth S.R. 235 in Brooker for purpose of constructing a 60- construction financing. Because, Mustian assured them. "That would all be identified Johnson, chairman; Dr. Bill
o | 25 ii.B.^'i|. unit assisted living facility at 930 also, when the time comes for "And you may ask, well, before you would be asked to Lennon, executive director;
Medicare enrollmen-t SW Sixth St., Lake.Butler (on the you to issue bonds, we should what happens if something issue bonds. .Union County Sheriff Jerry
-Sil^^^^ property directly west. of Lake have the commitment'from the goes wrong? And things do -go "We're not asking you to issue Whitehead; Spires IGA Owner
Medicare annualenollment Butler Elementary School on U.S. Department of Agriculture to wrong," Mustian admitted. "And bonds tonight:'," Zimmerman Tommy Spires; and Smith.
is ile Nov.2ind Dec. S.R. 121). guarantee 60 percent of the loan so some of these things default." said. "This (TEFRA hearing) is The meeting went over and
2to4mpu iat the NewtRiver NevinJ. Zimmerman, Esq. with and a commitment for the other 40 He shared an example over in the second step of at least a three- ran into the regular county
Ci munii y Health S 1iter Burke Blue Hutchison Walters percent from a bank to pay off the Liberty County in the Panhandle step process of coming back to commission meeting, but the
-i' 'Lake Bter. SHINE & Smith, P.A., who appeared bondsaftertheendofconstruction. for a project with a similar you:' which includes approving commissioners still took a few
(Serving Health Insurance before the previous county board "So it's a temporary thing, but structure. A not-for-profit project a resolution for purposes of this comments from the public. The
Needs of Elders) provides meeting vhen the project was a critically viable and important where bonds were issued, but the public notice. citizens who spoke said they
ifree nbiased counseling presented, started out by quoting aspect for you, that we're asking state contracts "kindpf got fouled "Then once that's were all for the project, with a
on Medicare benefits, so the main section of the resolution you to do as far as today, just to up:' money .got delayed and the accomplished, Nabors, Giblin few brief concerns mentioned.
you l an maket nformed before the commissioners: hold the TEFRA hearing." bonds went into default. "Liberty can go and get an allocation At the end of the hearing,
health care choices Annual He said that when the pieces County's marched right on:' which would enable the part iest Zimmernp ,., asked the
enrollment S:.~ timeo The'County, ridntb and com fiet 'laitter on, they,. Mustiai Ifthast fected then e nt comm si to,: adopt the
review your benefits.toe if in accordance- wifh' Section wdufd c66rie '5ack to ask the their credit. And that's what the tobuyt e taxcred resolution.
you needto makechages in 147(f) of the (Internal Revenue commissioners to issue the bonds. statute's designed to do." In answer to Smith's concerns Tallman said he was not'
your prescription or health Cdde of 1986), hereby ratifies The owner of this project is If the commissioners decide about oversight and making comfortable passing the
plans. the holding of the public hearing a local not-for-profit, 501(c)(3), to go forward with. this, they sure everything being told to the resolution. "I need to research
Call Kay foranppointment referenced above and hereby Lake Butler Senior Living, Inc., are required to make .certain county board is true, Commission this more, I feel"
with SHINE Counsel y approves the issuance of the which is the managing member of findings the statute requires in Chairman Jimmy Tallman said, "I feel like we need to table
nleeand Bonds solely for purposes of the a. single-asset LLC, Lake Butler order to issue the bonds. "It's our job to protect the county. this," Cossey said, till they do
leaveCode. Such approval does no Senior Living LLC. Community "And one of those is that these A lot of times when things more research:'
Medicarecommit the County to issue the members comprise the board. people have the wherewithal to seem too good to be true, they It was discovered that Tallman
will be ored on Nov. 14, Bonds or otherwise make the After the tax credits are sold, a pay the bonds back," he added. are. I hate to put it so bluntly, was reading the wrong resolution,
10' a 'm t County liable or responsible for for-profit member comes in and "This is a fairly well-trod but that's' where IFm sitting as a the one to be approved in the
ptat the Su ee River repayment of the Bonds, which will own 99 percent of the LLC, path," he concluded. "There have 'co0mmission4r. This is new to us. next step.
c ic council at 855 SW will be secured by revenues but the not-for-profit will remain been a whole lot of these done." ... We've never issued a bond. Regardless,Tallman said, "I'm
FifthAveinakeButler derived from the Borrower, but is the managing member. It's similar to how the state "We want. to make sure that not comfortable with it."
undertaken solely for purposes "So the local people that have or federal government handles every 'T' is crossed and 'I' dotted:" The board tabled the resolution
leaveamessage. of the limited approval required started this will stay involved as grants on construction projects. Commissioner Morris Dobbs till the next county commission
under the Code. managing member," Zimmerman In the resolution, Lake Butler asked for assurance that the county meeting.
WS ba sale and said. "After 15 years, when the Senior Living, LLC proposes that
fulfalSe, Nov. 9 ,"This is another step along the tax credits are paid, that not- the county issue First Mortgage
The Worthington Sngs way as far as involving the county for-profit once again owns 100 Revenue Bonds, Series 2013, not
Seor Cize Acvity commission:'," Zimmerman said. percent of the entity." exceeding $10 million, and loan
"There are a lot of other playgrs He finished 'by saying, that to the LLC which will use it
at Spires IGA on Saturday, to this particular financing." "Our request is to colsider the to finance the ALF.
Nov.B9, aml o il He prepared a "talking points" information," Zimmerman told the Commissioner Wayne Smith got
They ar also doing a handout about the project's board, "take public input, which is confirmation that the county would UNIVERSITY
fiuidriser fr i iilds financing that was distributed what (this meeting) is for and to not deal with money, sign checks,
..need nions Mne and was published in the Union adopt the resolution which would etc. Smith is on the board of Lake Lake City Center
n foodcnbl pp County Times. enable bond counsel to then go Butler Senior Living, LLC. SPRING TERM tREGISTtRATION
thbk sale.Mak ce ou He added that the decision for -seek an allocation from the state:' Commissioner Karen Cossey
oiSardis Baptist Chchiindi the board.on whether or not to Mark T. Mustian, Esq. of assured everyone-that she is in N OW through Jan 6th
t F id. issue the bonds would actually Located on the campus of
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THURSDAY, Nov. 7, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A
TOP: 127 little Tigerettes,
30 seventh-graders and
25 alumni joined 100
band members to put on
the largest participating
performance in its history.
LEFT: 2012 Homecoming
King Garrett William
Worth, 2013 King Geordyn
Jacquez Green, 2013
Queen Miranda Renee
Merritt and 2012 Queen
Courtney Ann Walsh.
Class of 1963 celebrates at homecoming
The Union County High School class of followed,puton byGlendaMoore(Marvin), Martin
1963 celebrated their 50-yea reunion during Griner, Charles Rahn, and Mary Ann Miles Merz,
homecoming weekend. Their activities this past with Gale Langley Cales acting as instructor. Also
Friday included a gathering to watch the parade, a worth noting: Medford Kelley demonstrated "The
barbecue and reserved seating at the football game. Wiggle" while Glenda Whitehead Webb looked on
ABOVE: 2013 Strawberry Queen Kelsey On Saturday the day began with a sausage in disbelief.
HArrIE: 2 WStrawberry Queen Kelsey gravy and biscuit breakfast prepared by Mike Other class of 1963 members at the event were
-Harrison with her brother, Carson. and Gale Hewlett followed by a tour of the Linda Ann Ash Norris, Sharon Crews Berry,
Marjorie Driggers Museum hosted by Bill Wayne Harris, Linda Bivins Kent, Virgil Mercer,
RIGHT: Molly Parker and Shelby Thomas McGill. After which the group enjoyed a bus Ronnie Williams, Paulette Thomas Griffis,
of the homecoming Court with senior tour around town and then traveled to the Barbara Maines Devoe, Jeanne Dukes Davis,
sponsor Anna Castillo in the middle. Chastain-Seay Park in Worthington Springs for Beatrice Archer Dukes and Sandra Langley Tyre.
BELOW: Tigerette co-captain and 2013 a stroll on the boardwalk. Earlene Hollingsworth Green, Eddie Roberts and
Strawberry Princess Alexa Park. At 7:00 p.m. the class of 1963, along with Charles Floyd, who were classmates in elementary
spouses and friends, gathered at the Lake Butler school, were alsd present.
Community Center for an evening of festivities Attendees were honored by a visit from Bill and
including a steak dinner and music provided by Lonita McGill, beloved faculty members.
"Wanda" of Orange Park. Cheerleaders from high The class wishes to extend their thanks to
school days, Joy Dance, Wanda Larkin Bennett, all who made thisevent so enjoyable, especially
Neilia Brown Murphy, Mary Lee Johns Osteenand the reunion committee, the Marjorie Driggers
Jessie Parrish Starling led the crowd in the popular Museum, the City of Lake Butler and UCHS
cheer, "2-Bits:." A hula hoop "demonstration" administrators.
UCT Legals 11/7/13 al Representative and the Personal tate, including unmatured, contin- File No. 63-2013-CP- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN The administration of the Estate of
Representative's attorney are set gent or unliquidaed claims, must file Division: THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN INGRID M. SCHENCK, deceased,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH forth below. their claims with this COurt WITHIN IN RE: ESTATE OF SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI- is pending in the Circuit Court for the
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR All creditors of the Decedent and oth- THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE JAMES QUALLS DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR- Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for Union
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA er persons having claims or demands DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION Deceased. EVER BARRED. County, Florida, the address of which
PROBATE DIVISION against Decedent's estate, including OF THIS NOTICE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME is 55 West Main Street, Lake Butler,
CASE NO.: 63-2013-CP-0010 unmatured, contingent or unliquidat- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL The administration of the estate of PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY FL 32054. The names and addresses
IN RE: ESTATE OF ed claims, on whom a copy of this BE FOREVER BARRED. James Quails, deceased, whose date CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR of the Personal Representative and.
ANNIE RYTH WELCH DUKES, Notice is served must file their claims NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME of death was September 18, 2013, is MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S the Personal Representative's attor-
Deceased. with this Court WITHIN THE LATER PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY pending in the Circuit Court for Union DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. ny are set forth below.
NOTICE TOCREDITORS OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR County, Florida, Probate Division; the The date of first publication of this no- All creditors of the Decedent and oth-
The, administration, of the Estate THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI- MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S address of which is 55 West Main tice is October 31, 2013. er persons having claims or demands
of ANNIE RUTH WELCH DUKES, CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR- DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. Attorney for Personal Representative: against Decedent's estate, including
deceased, :is pending in the Circuit TY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF The date of first publication of this No- The names and addresses of the Susan L. Mikolaitis unmatured, contingent or unliquidat-
Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO'- tice is October 31, 2013. Personal Representative and the Attorney for Petitioner ed claims, on whom a copy of this
in and for Union County, Florida, the TICE ON THEM. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REP- Personal Representative's attorney E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Notice is served must file their claims
address of which is 55 West Main All other creditors of the Decedent RESENTATIVE: are set forth below. Alt. E-mail: email@example.com with this Court WITHIN THE LATER
Street; Lake Butler, FL 32054. The. anc other persons having claims or Russell A. Wade III All creditors of the decedent and oth- Florida Bar No. 676284 OF THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
names and addresses of the Person- demands against Decedent's es- Florida Bar No. 251460 er persons having claims or demands Marvin W. Bingham, Jr., P.A. THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
firstname.lastname@example.org against decedent-s estate on whom a P. 0. Box 1930 CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIR-
275 West Main Street copy of this notice is required to be Alachua, Florida 32616-1930 TY (30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
W here Your Autho? .P. Box 172 served must file their claims with this Telephone: (386) 462-5120 SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO-
SLake Butler, FL 32054 court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER Personal Representative: TICE ON THEM.
Telephone: 386.496.9656 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME Helen Green All other creditors of the Decedent
su Joy D. Gardiner THb DATE OF SERVICE OF ACOPY 10/31 2tchg-11/7-UCT tate, including unmatured, contin-
doing these things? And who gave You this authority?" 12705 Nathan Lane OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. gent or unliquidated claims, must file
(Matthew 21:23). It is important for us to examine whether the Herndon, VA20170 All other creditors of the decedent -NOTICE their claims with this Court WITHIN
21:23). d t is impor tat or ustot exm ine whe 10/31 2tchg 11/7-UCT and other persons having claims or Lake Butler Mini storage has sched- THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
things e do are authorized by God or not (Colossians 3:17). demands against decedent's estate uled an auction for November 9, 2013 DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
On occasion, you may see or hear of. some church having a IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT FOR must file their claims with this court at 10:00 AM, located at 1015 SW OF THIS NOTICE.
UNION COUNTY, WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE 3RD Street, Lake Butler, FI 32054 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
social function such as a homecoming, fall festival, or social FLORIDA DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION (behind Lake Butler Apartments, Hwy BE FOREVER BARRED.
meal. Sometimes these things are done without any PROBATE DIVISION OF THIS NOTICE. 121) The following units will be fore- NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
meal Soetme the tg closed: PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
consideration of where the Bible authorizes the church to do Unit #20-5x10, CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
then~ However, 'to act without authority is to commitS SH Stgatin Unit #34 10x10, MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
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will do things in His name but end up condemned because they FEED AND SEED Unit #62- 10x15, tice is October 31, 2013.
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encourages any interested citizens
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St o Rn Ela ,,,,.on,,, the preparation of the Union ounty
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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, Nov. 7, 2013
LBMS and 4-H learn fun, inquiry-based ways to teach a hands-on program that allows for
W .O R T children about the environment. Jones students to use science inquiry to
teach at UF and Emerson played Forest Jeoparay aetermine lesson outcomes. The
ONll t I N with the 20-plus participants. There training session was a huge success
*N u ul N ALISON JONES & COLAN COODY were eight different categories about the for everyone. Educators went away
Special to the Times forest and how we use the byproducts with some great tools to use to share
from the forest. with students about the environment.
Football game On Oct. 26. at the University of In addition, Jones presented "Every Additional presenters were Joe
scheduled for Thurs. Florida Department Of Forestry, Drop Counts," an activity that shows Mackenzie, Forester; Mary Bahr, retired 1
environmental education branched out. you how much fuel you use daily and science teacher; and Tracy Jenner,
The last football game Alison Jones, a fourth grade teacher how to conserve, it through purchasing middle school teacher in Yankeetown.
of the regular season is 'at Lake Butler Elementary School, more fuel-efficient cars and carpooling. Being asked to chair and facilitate this
scheduled for Thursday, along with Case Emerson of the 4-H These lessons were designed by PLTprogramisapositivereflectionofthe
Nov. 7. Make your calendar! Shooting Sport Club and Colan Coody, Project Learning Tree (PLT), which is great things that happen in Union County
Union County 4-H Program Assistant, an environmentally based curriculum that make our students successful. The
Christmas parade worked with educators to teach lessons for students in kindergarten through school system is committed to educating
application available about using trees as tools to teach secondary grades. This program our students. Also, Union 'County 4-H
for download environmental education. fits the needs of educators because provides leadership for our youth and Case Emerson and Alison Jones teach by
The theme for this Jones, Emerson and Coody facilitated it is aligned to the New Generation the opportunities for them to teach other playing Forest Jeopardy.
year's annual City of Lake several lessons to help these educators Sunshine State Standards. PLT is educators from across our state. playing Forest Jeopardy.
Butler Christmas parade is,
"Christmas in Paradise."
The parade will ,start at
6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 14.
For 'those' wanting to inl
participate, an application
is available for download
at the city's website:
Ubrary events for
children and teens,
Nov. 7 and 16 The Pritchett Family '
On Thursday, Nov. 7, the0
theme for the Union County
Public Library's preschool s ial
Irogam is."Red, White & 'pital 000.00-0.00
.You.." Patrons planning to XMand
attend are encouraged to
wear red, white and blue.
The -" Junior Friends o'y o0 r. PritchIett P ritchetts hostu First
S-Mustache Bash"l on Christian at Rolling Oauks
Satu mrday Nov 16 froiml 5 Just like the late Marvin Pritchett did every year for his
1to 7ym. Teens and p weans congregation, First Christnan Church of Lake Butler, .
w years old and upr ai the Pritchett family hosted the chuch for Its an hual
fwelcome to come Entry iod fall festival on Oct 27 at Rolling Oaks, one of the sites
oeat prizes l ndl-o Kelly and Jon Pritchett (center) and their family present a $1 milliqn dollar check to Rwhere fatal shootings occurred on Aug. 24hat claimed
lotes, p s ha.n i otainil Horst and Luisa Ferrero during Noche de Gala, The Sebastian Ferrero Foundation's the life of Pritchett ahhtwo employeesall killed by"'
s n !aices ;;ei:ii annual fundraising event, on Oct. 26, at the Besilu Collection in Micanopy. The mission a friend and fellow employee who then committed
iasture grass tasI(k of The Sebastian Ferrero Foundation is to advocate and fundraise fok a children's sucide. Here, church members play flag football.
f I.rc. meeting, Nov.i13 ; hospital in Gainesville. (Elizabeth Hamilton/The Gainesville Sun) ' 'i'
TheA uF ty Eftens Pritchett familyo on the grounds of the Besilu pediatric emergency room. and -
Alachuaa ac ti o e o s tsru dtgergnys.a'k Collection horse estate near pediatric oncology department, Erectile Dysfun ction
hu donates $1 Orange Lake. and now, as you pass the children's
f"ie meeiigonWed. Nov do a $I Pritchett owned the 300-truck hospital on Archer r6ad, you will Drugs May Be Dangerous ToYour Health
.1 romanc o 6 d8. hay million to Pritchett Trucking company see construction underway on the FREE book by doctor reveals what the
prodcers are invited to hospital fund and Nextran Corporation with beautiful new lobby and atrium." drug companies don't want you to know!
discuss any issues they 14 heavy-truck dealerships. The Horst and Luisa. Ferrero Dr, Kevin Hornsby, MD will mail the pay the postage and handling, If
ma be havin wih 80-year-old man was one of three started the foundation in 2007 first 37 men that respond to this ad. the popular pills don't work'for ou,
maSy b hai t STAFF REPORT people fatally shot by a former, after receiving an '$850,000 a free copy of his new thirty dollar regardless of your age or. medical
perennial grass pastures. The Gainesville Sun employee near Lake Butler in settlement from Shands book "A Doctor's Guide to Erectile. history (including diabetes and
IFAS specialists Dr. Lynn August: HealthCare following Dysfunction," He's so sure this book prostate cancer) you owe it to your-
Slleberer and Dr, Nick following the will change your life he will even self and your lady to read this book.
Dufault il be on hand to Two months after his untimely His children and.their spouses, death of their. 31year-old son, Call T.oll Free.(800)960-4255_
io i : death,thefamilyofUnionCounty Jon and'Kelly Pritchett, Phillip Sebastian, as the result of a
ocs so~cted at trucking company founder and Emily Pritchett, and Robin medication overdose and other
2800 N.E 39th Ave. in Marvin Pritchett announced a $1 Pritchett presented a check to the preventable medical errors. The A AI
Gainesville. To registerI, call million donation in his name to foundation during the gala. Ferreros, who ewn Tioga Town
ite the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation "Our father was energized by Center, have since raised several
402 b Nov. 11 during the sixth annual Noche his work with young people, and times more than, the settlementA
Sat"as com n de Gala black-tie fundraiser he would be so impressed with amount in donations to the effort
~ O ii Saturday night. the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation to build the children's hospital.
tRafr Nv30 The Pritchett donation was one and excited with the progress of "The Pritchett family
Join Santa fori breakfast of two major contributions made the UF Health Shands Children's has demonstrated amazing
on Saturday, Nov. 30,. Saturday night. The other was a Hospital," Jon Pritchett said in generosity and leadership -
from 8:30 to II a.m. at the second $1 million contribution a news release. "We are proud through their gift," David
Raiford Community Center, from Charles and Linda Brink of to continue his legacy of giving Guzick, senior vice president
S menu will be $3 for Tampa. back and helping to make a -for health affairs at UF and 1 iS
children, $5 for adults, "And that's the power of lasting difference for children for president of UF Health, said Tack Store Paddoc pa dro Home wit
and will include country: Noche de Gala," Horst Ferrero, decades to come." in a news release. "This will Swimming Pool HotTub Stocked Ponds
style grits, egg scramblers,; founder of the Sebastian Ferrero UFHealthis bringing pediatric significantly impact our mission Frontage on Hwy. 4 INCOME PRODUCING
coutry sausage gravy, Foundation, said Saturday night. services under one 'roof by to achieve the highest possible U o
bttery b4cuits, juice and, Including the Pritchett and turning an existing facility into patient safety and quality in
coffee and condiments, Brink donations, this year's a 200-bed, four-story children's an environment dedicated Barn Shelter CoastalBer a Hay
Purchase meal tickets at oasis-themed gala took in excess hospital, to optimal care for children.'
the door. of $3 million worth of cash The project has an estimated We are deeply grateful to the NVME2
Santa will join you and donations, in-kind services, cost of $130 million and $50 Pritchett family and to the SELLS REGARDLESS.,OF PRICEI NO MINIMUMS NO RESERVES
read a special holiday book. ticket sales and a silent auction, million of that must come from Sebastian Ferrero. Foundation, FREE BROCHURE: 1-800-445-6597 or (256) 547-3434
Phot opportunities will be with contributions from 120 private sources such as the Horst and Luisa Ferrero, and so THE NATIONAL AUCTION GROUI~ INC.
lable. : "' sponsors and 300 volunteers. Sebastian Ferrero Foundation. many in our community who AP.O. Box 149 Gadsden, AL 35902 .
here 'wil al be The Sebastian Ferrero "The Sebastian Ferrero advocate tirelessly on behalf of a .w..Nackona1lA-onAU_.
urprse giveaway. Foundation raises funds for the Foundation was founded to do our youngest citizens."
~Thir fuzndraiser is UF Health Shands Children's exactly what's happening right
~ponsoid by the Town of Hospital, and its gala is one of now:' co-founder Luisa Ferrero
ford and aUl proceeds the largest fundraising events in said Saturday. Inafewshortyears,
to the Raiford Building, the region with more than 900 we have seen great advancements
-.nd. people attending each year under in patient safety, the construction
a 24,000-square-foot main tent of a dedicated, state-of-the-art
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B Section Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013 FEATURES
REGIONAL NEWS OBITUARIES
R IB EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
Historic group's Veterans Day event returns to downtown Starke
BY CLIFF SMELLEY begin at noon, while the annual Waters Street. "This is a community event," games for children and a tent At approximately 7 p.m., a
Regional News/Sports Editor parade will begin at 2 p.m. The Totura encourages more said Totura, adding that several erected for veterans and their fireworks display will bring a
Patriotism will reign in parade will begin at Shands people to become a part of the prizes will be awarded to parade families, colorful close to the day.
downtown Starke-otism wi n the Starke Regional Medical Center, parade, especially children. entrants, such as recognizing the As a way of honoring veterans, If you would like more
ground and in the sky-with traveling west on Call Street, Children can walk or ride their best decorated cars, bicycles, they and their families will be information about the event,
in andin te s north on Church Street, East bicycles. motorcycles and horses. able to enjoy free hot dogs, apple or would like participate in the
the third annual eterans ayon Bridges (circling the Chales Basically, it's an opportunity There will be more than 20 pie and tea. parade, please call Totura at
event presented by Bradford Schaeffer Memorial Park) and for anyone to show off their vendors and artists present at The Clay County Swing Band 904-964-6603, or email her at
County Historic Preservation finally proceeding south on patriotism. the town square. There will be will take the stage at 5 p.m. email@example.com.
This year's "Honoring as T, A
Patriotism" event will start at
11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 11, in
the downtown square located
off of Call Street. A parade,
performance by the Clay County
Swing Band and participation
of Florida Youth Challenge Your Fiber Optic Otoscope exam ay
this year's eventas usual, but reveal such common problems as:
something new has the Bradford Excessive ear wax
County Historic Preservation D m g e to youre i
Society's Jacquelyn Totura reaally m e e.u a eardu
excited-a red, white and blue Fluid accumulation of your middle ear
fireworks display that will "rain Other conditions which may make it
down over the town of Starke difficult for yo to hear clearly
"How cool is that?" Totura Hyo u .
ased.ognition of Veters Day Fiber Optic Otoscope exams are held for
in Starke will actually startwith one week only and th are FREE
a 10 a.m. ceremony at Charles a 4 M- '
Schaeffer Veterans Memorial
Park, presented by the local '
American Legion. -
Then, the Bradford County
Historic Preservation Society
event will begin at 11 am. *
with the traditional moment To acitually see inside your ear canal it
of silence. The Florida Youth
Challenge Academy color guard would be fascinating, wouldn't it?
will post the colors, followed by But more importantly, it may help you to understand why you are experiencing problems like
rendition of the national anthem. .Hearing the sounds, but not being able to distinguish certain words.
A colorful part of past Frequently askingpeople to repeat themselves.
events has been Florida Youth Having difficulty understanding when two or more people are talking.
Challenge Academy cadets T Turning the TV louder than normal.
wearing antebellum gowns. The
young ladies will participate in a NowWith state-of-the-art Fiber Optic Otoscope technology, you can find out what's happening
tatingsthe significanceC of the inside your ear...Iiterally. This procedure is completely painless.
dresses they are wearing. Individual experiences with hearing aids will depend on the severity of hearing loss, accuracy of evaluation, proper fit and ability to adapt to amplification
This year's featured guest
speaker-and parade grand At a
marshal--is Col. Richard Elam
(director, deputy chief of staff,
logistics), a 1983 Bradford High
School graduate who enlisted
with the Florida Army National
Guard's 631" Maintenance ,
Company following high school you e m ss
Musical entertainment will .a computerized digital hearing
-_ instrument so small it hides out-ot-sight,
Frecnetwhile it performs millions of precise
Free concertcalculations per second to give you the
to highlight highest range of comfortable hearing.
dedication of . o... o= ..... - - - -, --- - --
Hear conversation. but caret understand the words. U 0 If M.S.R.P on a set of Digital I
BHS sound Haw trouble understanding with background noise. O Hearing Instruments
sHave trouble hearing while on the telephone TO (2 Hearing aids)
system q of Mpon. us --pu so. No other offer or discounts apply.)
Several musical and dance
performances will highlight the
dedication of MITED TIME- CALL NOW!
open to the public, will feature We need 15 people with hearing loss to try new digital hearing aids! A major name brand hearing aid
members of the BHS band and manufacturer wishes to field test a remarkable new digital hearing instrument. Call today because
chorus, as well as 2013 Bradford
Fest Talent Showdown winners We have to limit this initial offer to the first 15 people who contact us!
Sondra Hunt and Shelby Clark.
Modem dance and piano
performances will also be
featured by Santa Fe College fine
arts students and faculty.
Sparked by the efforts of the
Bradford County Education
Foundation, $39,000 was raised
for purchasing the new sound
system, with variou oups and Small just got Just Imagine...
individuals contributing to the sUnallero
cause. "r ROPT SPWRCH tR MADE LOUDER
A revohitionary hearing For those who have difficulty hearing and
A d said featuring the latest in understanding when there Is background noise.
cAntere tooffenanotechnology. 8IOT VOLUME ONThOL TO ADJUST
Center to offer stslip it comfortably into your ear and listen
career change Presenting: ....TNY DITAm ComPUTR
workshop ThM NIeW A OF NeARIN@ AIDtS o.frequhemeenng
The Santa Fe CollegeAndrews .. AUTOMAiC ROUND ADJUSTMENT
Center in Starke will be hosting *Pt@M & M J @-I As your sound environment changes, your
a "Resume Writing For Career Individual results with amplification will vary digiteily programmed hearing Instrument
Changers" workshop, designed depending on duration and seventy of loss. adjusts Itself ... l
for ages 50-plus, on Friday, Nov.
15, from 10 a.m. until noon.
The workshop, which is free,
offers the chance to learn the
latest techniques in resume
presentation, including paper
submission versus online posting.
Participants should bring a copy
of their current resume or work/
Please call the Andrews Center
at 904-964-5382 to reserve your
2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 2013
SCrowder, 6554 Sharron Road,
Green Cove Springs, FL. Bring
a covered dish and a lawn chair.
prooseMeat will be provided. Bring any
old photos or memories!
... through Nov. 7 .
Matthew Stroud and Renee The annual First United a d
Dowell Methodist Church of Starke's 'Ax M en, m eet Bradford
SDowellannual bazaar, hosted by the
Dowell, Stroud United Methodist Women, lasts County's Ax Womanw
to wed in 2014 until 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov.
6, and is 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Bradford County's Katelyn Sims will be featured on
Matthew Douglas Stroud Thursdavailable for purchase,7 the History Channel's "Ax Meni" which airs Sunday
proposed to Renee Michelle Items available for purchase, nights. The season 7 premiere is this Sunday, Nov. 10;
Dowell on May 11, 2013 at the which would make great u se at 9 p.m. The opportunity for Sims came about when
Dowell on May 11, 2013 at the dh iou me geat uni
same location where they had s,' 'tos, she was seen at the Suwannee River Jam and it was
their very first date. Renee aprons, kitchen towels, stands, learned she worked in the logging industry with her
is the daughter of Tony and crocheted hats,o jewelry, candy, father, David. Now, she is a member of the DreadknotI
Sondra Dowell of Clay County, mixes, stained glass, angels team, which was looking for a replacement. Sims', '
Carolyn and Alen Parrish Florida. She is the youngest of and United Methodist Women teammates include Clint Roberts and Dave "the
Carolyn rithree children. Matt is the son of and United Methodist Women Kraken" Stone. The Downtown Grill in Starke will
Bobby and Pamela Stroud and is cake auction will be held host an open premiere party on Nov. 10, though Sims
ly the oldest of their two children. A cake auction will be held and her family will be attending a premiere party in
Caro ln, Allen Parrish celebrate the oldest of their two children. Wednes .
They plan to exchange their vows Wednesday night. Georgia. For more information on "Ax Men," visit
2 5 th w e dd-- a n n iv eg---i- Lunches and dinners are also ....
25th wedding anniversary in the winter of 2014. available. Sandwich and soup/ www.history.com. Photo by Breck Warwick.
Allen and Carolyn Parrish are Shannon)--live in Hope, Ark., chili combos are available for a
celebrating their 25th wedding Brittney McGee (her husband Belmore $4 donation from 11 a.m. until
anniversary. They were married Travis)--live in Lake City, Kyle 2 p.m. on both days. A dinner Li k
on Nov. 5, 1988 at First Christian Parrish (his wife Taylor)--live in reunion is of smoked pork/chicken, baked Like s on
Church of Lake Butler. They live Lake Butler, and Seth Parrish-- potato, green beans and roll will
in Lake Butler and are members lives in Hope, Arkansas. They Nov. 9 be available for a $10 donation
of First Baptist Church of Lake have one grandchild--Gracelyn from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Nov. F. I's ,
Butler. They have four children, McGee. Nov. 9th at 11:00 am at 6.
Branden Parrish (his wife the home of Gary and Nancy
Let's take a trip down today's U.S. 301 Florida Twin Theatre
Editor's note: This is the seventh I timberland. Above I-10, you,
part of an eight-part series. don't notice the regimented pine-
'trees-in-rows syndrome quite so
BY JAMES WILLIAMS S much as in Bradford and Alachua Chris Hemsworth in Owen Wilson in
Special to the Telegraph-Times- counties.
Monitor Bradford residents may recall
that U.S. 301 was four-laned
Dianne Booth, manager. of a through Bradford County 50
Flash Foods shop in Folkston, A o years ago. It's a little surprising Fr 700, 915 PG-13 Fri, 710, 9:10
Ga., said 'her, shop on U.S. 301 At Wildwood's tr 7 :15 Sat 05, 71 9:10
sees a large number of out-of- Florida Citrus thm, 4, 7:00 50, 7:10
state visitors on their way to and Center, Leroy See 301, 3B Wdhur, 7:30
from Florida. Johnson cuts,
"Oh, I've been here since be- chills and serves
fore 1-95 went ine;"opth Widf.'I fresh oranges ., .. .in r s
used' t beawyattres a thej ," I U* .US-3 i wn t t ica CeteCa ee
ardJohns6"s. It's closed iw:w". motorists. 'i W a a s teetrI h
Asked what portion of the pre-
1-95 t Mrafc volume she saw now, -.
95 tf vumehe m saweno Dem and and Excellent Pay
Boothsaid, "Oh, I'd say we still 2a D man ? Exne n.
get about 50 percent of what we
used to get. People like to see the -
rural. scenery and how the old-
timey people live."..
If you are a tourist at the Geor-
sota area, you, can expect the to take about five to six hours of The journey from Folkston
Florida leg of your U.S. 301 trip driving time, assuming you obey to I-10 might be a revelation to
the speed limit. It may take Ion- some Bradford residents, many
ger if you stop for gas or food, of whom have never visited the
or take in local- sites; which you small towns north of the east-
will be tempted to do. It's true, if west interstate. Those would
you are on the interstate, thetrip include Baldwin, Callahan, Hill-
may take only about three hours. iard and Boulogne. (The locals
But if you choose U.S..301, pronounce it "Bah-loan.") Bald- Evening Course
and you leave Folkston early- win and Cdalahan are nice little Program 2014-2015
to mid-morning and you time towns that might remind you of
fo it right, the traffic piles up only Starke, but without the 1-10 to at the
during the last hour and a half. 1-75 truck traffic.
Tampa, especially, and from of 1-10 almost looks like old-
fi Sarasota. or original-growth forests, not Technical Center
At the Comer Market .o o aS FuuPROa wo ks
Antiques and Collectables MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11'
in Belleview, T.J. Peckmore 0 0
shop's business IsOS ar
motorists driving along C O Entrance tests/assessments must be passed by
301. Truck Wash o* DECEMBER 18, 2013
0Ou 30 years experience Owner, Ben Cooper _in order/toapply. forthe program.
We thank everyone, Only 4 testing dates are left for the TABE and CTE tests
who had part in. at the BU Tehnical Center
making the 26th S EN at B Th l eAY
HodgesFallFestival "Visit www.BUTC.edu
the best ever -F
especially the cook, IAO/ 11 for information on the
Gene Murphy. Thanks 0 iViD a U oI o i
to tlie musicians and Practical Nursing Program
the250who werein Located in Waldo on Hwy 301 0 and the required EntranceTests.
attendance. 15704 N.E. US 301 e
We thank you Lord 0 0 (904) 964-6769
for.holding the rain'. (352) 468-1282 '
Henry Hodges a Emtnaih: firstname.lastname@example.org a
THURSDAY, Nov. 7, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION. 3B
again in about a hveek."
Florida's navel oranges were
just starting to come in. Johnson
added. Inside, the Florida Citrus
Center looks as if it ships the
Christmas boxes of Florida or-
anges northern residents get from
friends and relatives who take
Florida vacations. On the shelves aI N
are stacks of the same boxes of w Y 'E
chocolate-covered coconut pat-
ties, same tasty oranges. and even
tethe same jars of jams, honey or
00 Farther south in Dade City, e
Tis- srt of U.S 30 through Smittv's Smoke House and Grill
This stretch of U.S. 301 through Nassau and Duval Counties is just now being four- ("We serve breakfast 24 hours
laned. A little farther south, the same road was four-laned through Bradford County a day") manager Cheryl (she
more than 50 years ago. wouldn't give her last name)e
served the day's special-chick- You will see at least two working Florida drive-in
013Millions of en and dumplings,and iced tea- theaters along U.S. 301.
301 American while she echoed DianneBooth's and national brands.
Continued from 2B motorists riding views in Folkston. and national lbrands c try ago.
along U.S. "Oh, sure, we get people in You will learn the secret of There isn't any danger to the
are just now getting around to 301 have seen here all the time driving down McDonald's golden arches that romance of U.S. 301-if it has
making U.S. 301 a divided, four this or similar 301 instead of. taking the inter- can be seen from far up the 'oad any-that the road will fall into
lane highway from the Georgia signs between states. A lot of those customersin contrast to inviting mom-and- disuse. The greater danger to
line to 1-10. The signage has got- Folkston Ga., live here part of the year. Oth- pop restaurants that are already U.S. 301's charm is that it will
ten better, but north of Callahan, and Bologne, Fla' ers we know by sight, but only behind you before you know becomeso used by local residen-
there is as et no real informationThey're mostly they're there. tial and by tourism traffic that it
there is asyet no rtel informdaton They've made it s satMany people who fondly re- becomes indistinguishable from
on roadside hospitality just down to Florida. snowbirds ...and live~in the se- m e oper wh frondlyerte- rbs istingushablen fro
the road in Bradford County. i nior housing parks. This time of memberU.S.301tripsfromtheir the urban streets or even the
(Chamber and, motel owners take year (September), though, it's childhood may take pleasure in interstate many of its travelers
note.) rsstill a ghost town." the likelihood that U.S. 301 will hoped to avoid.
The 17 miles of four-laned, di- In the off-season at least, not die; at least not in Florida.
vided U.S. 301 will be complet- lucky motorists may encoun- It'will continue to change and Next: Preserving, the past;
ed in 2014. The chances are 301 ter no traffic jams or significant evolve, as it has since it was first facing the future of U.S. 301
traffic- especially Starke's- oslowdowns. If you're taking the announced, now over half a cen-
will' increase at least slightly drive down U.S. 301, it might
when the job is finished. ral Even in be best to travel midweek, have
With the exception of the rail- overdeveloped no urgent appointments, stick to
road/truck stop complex at 1-10, South Florida, the speed limit and feel no need
the towns and roadsides are so foryou may still to pass slow pokes on two-lane B
bucolic north of the Bradford line see bucolic stretches of the highway. It is
that by the time you get south of landscapes along possible to make the trip and be
Lawtey, Starke seems a surpris- U.S. 301, like this stopped by only one train, one
ing metropolitan beehive. After' scene between school bus and maybe a half doz-
40 miles of rural calm, you real- Sarasota and en traffic lights. In return, along
ize how large and urban Starke Tampa. the way there is little of the in-
actually is. "R, terstate frenzy. And whether it's A
Pam Whittle, director of the true or not, it just feels safer.
North Florida Chamber of Com- Unlike Bradford County, you
merce in Starke, said recently won't see many well-preserved,
that U.S. 301-is still a very im- classic mom-and-pop motels
-portant component of the Bred- below Ocala. The land values Auto Accidents
-ford economy. and taxes are too high; 12- to Work Injuries
"Well, the FDOT says that that it's practically ground zero Especially enjoyable are small 16-unit facilities find it hard to Headaches Dr. Virgil A. Berry
-31,000 automobiles are on 301 for U.S. 301 motel preservation Florida towns many of us have survive. For many U.S 301 tray- Neck and Back Pain CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
each day; and Bradford has a in Florida. never visited or even heard of. elers to South Florida, once you Serving the ara for 2ears.
population of. 28,000," Whittle The Sleepy Hollow, Temple, Quaint, Southern Florida towns get there, you're home. A motel H E T
:said."I'd say those are fairly im- El Rancho and other extant mo- like Belleview, Coleman, Dal- is not needed. In South Florida,
portantfigures." tels date back to the 1940s and las, Summerfield, Sumpterville there are plenty of motels, to be
The chamber doesn't keep 1950s. They learned early the and Oxford line U.S. 30!-all sure, but not alongU.S.301.
motel and tourist statistics, but value of a swimming pool. The worth a drive around while look- Like the interstate, you will
Whittle said they can tell quite Whispering Pines Lodge dates ing for that perfect caf6. see 301 stretches with that cer- 601 E. Call St.
a bit aboui what chamber-spon- from' mid-201h century and is At the Corner Market An- tain sameness of strip malls,
Bsored events like Bike Fest or now a small RV park south of tiques and Collectables in Bel- shopping centers, big-box stores Hwy. 230, Starke 964- 0 1
the Strawberry Festival mean to Starke. leview, staffer TJ. Peckmore
tourism.. Heading down U.S. 301, be- said at least 50 percent of their
.Last year, Whittle said, she low Ocala's 1-75 on-ramp, mo- customers drop in because they T w
in early October, asking for sug- by the prevalence of recreational spot the antique shop's colorful TH E A CHI 1ISIN A G E
gestions for rooms elsewhere, vehicles and mobile homes. exterior. The other 50 percent of
because all Bradford rooms were They are planted in dozens of their clientele lives in the area, PRESENTS
taken for, Bike Fest, normally sales lots, RV and mobile home especially in The Villages near-
scheduled during a summer parks and communities along by.
month. The implication was that U.S. 301. There are large open At the Florida Citrus Center
bike visitors had just attended an lots for RV storage, RV repair in Wildwood, Leroy Johnson
August event and wanted to book shops and parts houses. said his shop very much de-
early for the following year. It is definitely snowbird cen- pends on snowbird and U.S. 301 tit
She said she believes the num- tral all the way down the state traffic, and he, too, cited a large
'ber of be41 units in the county is until U.S. 301 ends at Palmetto. number of customers who drive
somewhere betwpen 300 and 400 After a while, you can't help but down 301 to avoid the Interstate
(down from 664 in 1950), and think it wasn't corporate chains and the Florida Turnpike.
the average occupancy rate is 50 that did in mom-and-pop motels In early September, Johnson
percent of capacity over a year's after all-it was the RV industry. was cutting oranges in halves
time. There is still plenty of scen- and putting them on ice. "Right M AIN S TREL
Jim Farrell, Starke's finance ery and a number of state parks now," he said, "it's a little slow, -
director, said around 2007, and' attractions along U.S. 301. but they'll start showing up ET
Starke's bed or tourism tax
jumped from 2 percent to 4 per- :.R 5. E F
cent, which is where it is today.
Taking into account this dif-
ference, revenue rose each year
be ginning in 2004, reaching a
$1 00,000 in revenue. During
the Great Recession, revenue
dropped by around 10 percent per
year until,2012, when it dropped ... '..
only about 2 percent below .the
prior year. Farrell predicts ttpt Celebrating
this year the total will go up by Veterans
,around 4 to 5 percent over last
year's revenue, for a projected
$84,000 in bed-tax revenue.
Whittle said, that by state
mandate, the bed tax is allotted to
promote tourism in the area from
which it came; the money cannot
purposes other than for promot- G TN
ing tourism..The funds go to such Ridge Manor retiree Larry Stewart collects and H
line items as the chamber and its refurbishes discarded fishing gear, then sells It at the -- ._i
events, county promotions and corner of U.S. 301 and Cortez Boulevard, He said he
occasions like the Bike.Fest and does as much business as he wants and stays in his
the Strawberry Festival, spot until it's time to pick up thedgrandkids. 89 KTK
Using Farrell's figures, we ______
can crudely estimate that motels i tTHE GATOR
alone bring around $2.1 million
into the Bradford economy each t
year. Using rough estimates of lE
mine that Bradford has approxi- l I RE PAI R
mately.20,000 to 50,000 visitors SALES Rm
at its motels each year.
Unfortunately, Bradford & INSTRIIATION
County is now. nationally known 90G HuiJING SuPill.S, I T97. NEWS TA K
as a dreaded speed trap, from
Lawtey to Waldo-a negative WILDUFE IDTAGS We also carry FM Amateur 'I
reputation some feel justly de- MAGNUM CUT.EAR ar
served. Othels disagree. QUwCtvCK COON LIGHTS Radios & accessories buch s:
Bradford should be known Icom Kenwood* Yaesu
instead for its events like the JOHNSON MAGNETS
Strawberry Festival, farmers GARNIN OPS O-RINfS
markets,-its rural and small-town 'RI-TbONICS MANTMtdAS ;
9atmosphpre, hunting, fishing and *
boating, its churches and the fact LEASHESl
4B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 2013
America is ,was tough on my family, it was legacy of America. That's what it not let you drown. What are the W hy don't number of clerics and prominent
rough physically and it took an is all about. I am asking you to odds of me, opening that book to members of Islam should be
WOrth the emotional toll......but I believed join me in this important effort, that page??? MIVuslims speak screaming from the rooftops,
a then, as I do now, that America May God bless you. May God This man floike started to cry something like. "These people,
saCrifice is worth it. bless our great community and like a child.. and then he had me out against are not followers of Islam: they
Many of, our brothers in arms school system. and may God crying. I don't write this letter for are traitors to our beliefs."
Dear Editor: have given limbs and many even continue to bless the United my glory, but the Glory of God terrorism? Again, I ask. "Why doesn't
I'm honored to have the their very lives because they States of America. and those that are not .believers this happen?"
opportunity to speak on a subject believed America was worth Clay County Superintendent in our Luird Jesus. God bless you Dear Editor: I; it. possible that these
that I am personally passionate it....and I know you here and the of Schools Charlie Van Zant Mike, you prompted me to write I'm sure that there are many violent proponents of jihad are
about. One that is so vital to our community also still believes this letter. people of Islam who don't actually Islamic, heretics? I don't
future as a nation. America is America is worth it. W onderful Frank the Baker support or approve of the know. So I hereby challenge
a great nation, its foundations We still believe our children's thousands of acts of terrorism any Muslim who reads this to
unique in history. Its institutions, futures are worth the sacrifice. memories that have been committed by respond. Does Islam call for the
and the values we hold dear, are The 56 signers of the Lifelong Muslims, but, to any son or death of nonbelievers'? Is this.
not something to be taken lightly. Declaration of Independence Dear Editor: daughter of Islam wh opposes global violence in opposition
Many of you here today were willing to devote their Recently the sweetest man residents enjoy such things, I must ask, "Why to true Islamic teaching? Is it
know this, not only because it lives, their fortunes, and their on earth left my family and I aren't you condemning and 'justifiable to lie, kill, etc., in the
is something you've read about sacred honor to the ideals of a after three years of caring for look back at disavowing these criminals?" name of "converting" others to
in a book. but because it is new nation life, liberty and him, he is now in the hands of U| S 3 I never see or read anything Islam?
something you have lived. Many the pursuit of happiness. They God enjoying an everlasting life. U.n. U I b a Muslim that calls these Where is the truth?
of you here are veterans. And fought at Lexington and He passed away peacefully at D felons out for their atrocities. If Leonard C. Young
whether it was World War II, Concorde, Saratoga and Trent. Roberts Care Center & Haven Dear Editor, these cowards are not following Keystone- Heights
Vietnam, Korea, Desert Storm, They froze at Valley Forge, and Hospice on Saturday, Oct. 19th, We. have immensely enjoyed Islamic teaching, then any
Iraq or Afghanistan, we know persevered at Yorktown. Their 2013 as I held his hands in mine the articles about the history of
what it means to defend America legacy of sacrifice calls out from and felt his last breath. U.S. 301. We've lived here all our
abroad. We also know it's vital to history to us today. It's a call to We miss him dearly, along lives and watched the changes MAR ARE A N RSON
stand up for her here at home. stand up and stand strong. with many relatives and over the years (especially the last. IM MUH JlT UEROU
Encouraging our students and For us, the struggle is not on friends. We would like to thank 50-60 years). Family Law & Will Preparation
our children to love, respect, a battlefield. The struggle is to each and everyone for the many Charlene was working for
cherish and value America isn't ensure our children are taught condolences that were sent by Dr. Calvin J. Houpt/Doctors 30 years experience
a partisan issue. It is informed a true account of American emails, by cards, telephone Hospital when the road w Margaretwillcontinuetoserveclients
patriotism. I want everyone to History. A history where the calls and visits. These were rerouted in downtown Starke, in Alachua County as well as
know I will always stand up and stories of bravery and sacrifice overwhelming, but, I want to resulting in that hospital being Bradford & Union counties
be willing to advocate for that in are remembered and revered, not thank the generous, anonymous taken out. The facility relocated
our community! pushed aside. In this endeavor, donor who paid his entire North a couple of blocks to an 1011 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL
It shouldn't be a controversy, we aren't suggesting anyone cremation, it is a gift that I will old hotel building. Charlene (US 301 North)
but the fact is, it is a symptom of ignore the failures we have had never forget, I wish I could thank was living in a cottage owned 904-368-0687 ph _- -. c
the problem. as a nation. But the failures you in person but I will never by Mrs. A. E. McKinney, whose 904-368-0689 fax
I've heard that a select few should be shared in a context that know, thank you from the bottom home was between Doctors
members of a certain board inspires in students not shame, of my heart and my family. You Hospital and cottages. The Shell D R G R EG O RY A
disagree with.the idea of teaching but a belief that we, as a nation, must have loved Larry very much station presently occupies the
an unapologetic appreciation can overcome as we continue to do this golden deed for him area where the McKinney home ID G E O AL
of America, and at first I admit to move towards a more perfect Thank you again and God bless stood, and.the cottages were just Pain R f Dentures Partial
I didn't understand why. But union, you, whom ever you are........ to the rear and west of her home. Relief I D
maybe, just maybe, it's because Teaching history is also about Joan Jones and family of We lived there after we were CrBridge N CHARGE
they don't fully grasp how our local history, here in Clay Keystone Heights married in July, 1962, until Crown Bridges CONSULT tl
special a nation we have. There County. We have an extremely moving North between Starke TEETH PULLED i u o
are those who unfortunately are rich and unique history. This and Lawtey on U. S. 301 in nn TE T iU'Ls
uncomfortable when we talk history is preserved in several Don't keep January, 1966. At the time we $1/10 to $1857
about the greatness of Ameri'ca. museums that highlight both moved, only 2 lanes of U. S. 301 ADA# 7140 7210/
Maybe it's because they don't our military and community the faith- were open to traffic. They were DENTURES SURGICAL
know what it's like without history. In addition, we are working on the new northbound 9 TURES SURGICAL
freedom. also fortunate to have several paSs it on roadway, which soon made the $395 to $895
I've seen firsthand, I know historical societies and heritage highway 4 lanes as it is today. ADA# 510 5130
what it's like to be in countries foundations. This community Dear Editor: We really appreciate Mr.James DA TIA
where freedom isn't cherished, gets it! They understand the Monday afternoon of this Williams' efforts in sharing so PARTIALSIFLIPPERS A352).
free speech isn't allowed, or importance of history. past week, I was coming from much historical information. $395 to $695 473 8
where freedom is only something During my first year in office Ormond Beach on State Road Ralph and Charlene Martin ADA 5820 5211 473-8988
hoped for. Yet thankfully, as I as your Superintendent of 100. I saw a man hitchhiking,
look out here today, I realize there Schools, I have had the privilege and passing him, I stopped,
are still many who understand, to meet with many of these fine backed up and drove to him, as
Many who still believe that folks who run these organizations he ran to me. i
teaching an informed patriotism dedicated to the important work As he sat in the car he said
iswvital to our future success as a of. preserving history. We have "God bless..yo...Brother., I .hpe..
community anid as a country! been looking for natural ways to you are a Christian." I told him ...
Some may say I have taken collaborate. I. was, and he had no idea how -
a hit personally for hosting Let's join togetherin this effort much God blesses me. He told
this conference on American as a community because.... me his name was Mike..
history, and attempting to I believe, and I know you do I told him that on June 14'", this
promote the ideal of American too, that America, although not year, a boating accident took two
Exceptionalism. However, I took perfect, is still a shining city. on of my friends. He told me he had
an oath 25 years ago to defend a hill. Our best days are ahead if read the story in the newspapers.
the constitution of this great we are willing to live up to the I told him that three times the
nation both abroad and here strength and sacrifice of those waves had knocked me off the
.at home. Thinking back, there great Americans who came boat, and under it. Two days after
wasn't a tlause in the oath that before us. were home, a fiend of mine, Sue
said... to only defend when it If we resolve to put a renewed Plaster, bought me a book on
was'convenient, or when it was emphasis on American History Psalms. I just opened the book S sANTA FE COLLEGE
easy, or only if it's personally, and its importance fronm with not knowing what page
beqeficial, the dining room table to the would come up. At the bottom
There have been many times classroom, we will pass on a rich of the page were these words "I
I've been clled to stand up for heritage to our children, one that saw the. waves pounding you, I For 27 years, in recognition of Women's History Month,
America when it cost a lot. It inspires them to build on the heard your prayers, and I would
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and so is his hunting buddy,
he I t Joe Bruce, who is a retired
resident of Keystone. They
shoot skeet during the summer,
but during the first part of
utdoors hunting season, both are ardent
Outdoors 7 crow hunters. The activity Sawyer Maxwell
provides them some hunting Sawyer Maxwell
td l.o ts t diversification and allows them took this 8-point
rotin g to extend the hunting season. buck at Hog
crow hunting iCrow bunting in Florida Creek Hunting
has a noteworthy history, and Club outside of
The Institute of Food and Mattox and Bruce's involvement Waldo on the
Agricultural Sciences at the illuminates some interestingly morning of Oct.
University of Florida tells us related factors. The Florida 5.
to look for the following in Fish and Wildlife Conservation
November: Commission has long provided a
Cedar waxwings migrate -season to hunt crows. The birds A a i.
south; are also classified as migratory,
Peak of deer rut time; but they do not qualify as game
Ornate chorus frogs begin birds; therefore, they do not
calling; receive protection under the
Downy, hairy, red-bellied, Federal Migratory Bird Act.
and red-headed woodpeckers are The birds are also predatory
visible; 4 in nature and probably kill
Bald eagles perform aerial more songbirds than hawks.
courtships for mating; The crows, however, inflict
As water temperatures get their damage upon the songbird
colder, manatees move into population during the nesting
spring waters. season by consuming as many
1eggs and fledglings as possible.
Outdoors outlook Wayne Mattox in front of his blind with a day's kill. It also happens that many of
Center fire rifle season started the northern crows do migrate
last Saturday, so the number whitetail p9pulation-provides the robins arrived, southward to our area as the
of deer harvested will take a a six-month hunting season with Good catches of over slot reds weather begins to cool. This also
dramatic jump for a short period. a bag limit of two per day and are reported on the east and west happens to be the time that local
Tl)e 'deer sightings, however, four in possession for each day coasts, and this time of the year pecan, growth is in a critically
will begin to drop off with all the of the six months, is about as good as you will get development period, which is
activity. The fall fish bite continues for the red drum. unfortunate for the pecan groves
Bob McNally recently to provide good catches. Joey This is also a great time of in Keystone and Melrose..
bought attention to the huge Tyson of Bald Eagle Bait and the year for flounder and mullet The previous hunting season
increase in the deer population Tackle in Keystone Heights fishing. Both fish spawn during for crows corresponded with
o er the past 60 years and notes reports that several crappie this time of the year, and both are regular hunting season when ,
that most biologists attribute the catches from Santa Fe Lake have readily available and cooperative Bruce and Mattox first got Grant Wiggins,16, the son of Jane and Greg Wiggins
irirease to the elimination of been reported. once located. involved. After recognizing the Grant Wiggins, 16, the son of Jane and Greg Wiggins
screw worms during the 1940s. Last year, the specks started poor timing, they brought the of Boulder County, Colo., and the grandson of Connie
Ee Florida-not known for t congregating in their winter issueto t he attention of the FWC. Wiggins and the late H.F. Wiggins of Starke and Ray
schools abouti the same time thatCrow hunting with Acknowledging the value of the and Peggy Stanwix-Hay of Hampton Lake, shot this
Wayne Mattox and Joe suggestion, the FWC changed bull elk on Oct. 12 with a .270 Remington. He and
Bruce the crow season to August and his father tracked the elk for more than four hours
Bruc October so the pecan growers through snow at an elevation of 11,000 feet.
Wayne Mattox lives in could benefit from the added
Orange Park, but works at Clay protection. community, the men have tried men use Mallardtone Calls,.
Electric in Keystone Heights. In an effort to be good to eat the birds, but indicate which are purchased from the
He is an active wing shooter, stewards of the hunting that they are extremely tough. Crowbusters website. They.:
They do, however, continue to do find it necessary to use
serve the grove owners' need camouflage and blinds in order
by shooting the crows. Mattox to outwit the birds.
indicates that they dispose of Tight lines and safe hunting
,"Enjoy Big Game on the Table" the carcasses where predatory until next week..
SS wildlife consumes all of the
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died Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 at the Arrangements entrusted to Keystone. of the Order of the Eastern Star, St. of Keystone Heights, passed away
Good Samaritan Hospital of West Combs Funeral, Home 292 NE A graveside service for Harris Mark's Episcopal Church, and a Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013. Brooke was
Palm Beach. Born in Starte. and Washington Street, Lake City, wili be held on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 member of St. Marks Alter Guild. born Aug. 17, 1997 in Scottsbluff,
later moved to Palm Beach where FL, (386) 752-4366. "The Caring at 11:00 a.m. at the Pine Grove In addition to her parents she was Neb. to Rodney L. Thurman and
she was a member of Trinity Professionals" Congregational Methodist Church preceded in death by her husband Kathi L. Hudnall Bracewell. She
Pentecostal International Church. PAID OBITUARY Cemetery. Arrangements are under Julian E. McRae. enjoyed big trucks, cowboy boots.
She attended the local schools of the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral She is survived by:. her children, and her dogs. She loved spending
Bradford County and received Home of Keystone Heights. Mary Gardner (John) Kegley of The time with children, the elderly and
an Associate Degree in physical Villages, Judy McRae (Marvin) her family. Brooke attended Grace
therapy. She was employed with Brown of Starke. Cherrie McRae Community Fellowship.
the Staten Island Developmental (Plen) Gnann of Theressa, feffrey Brooke is survived by: her mother,
Center.. S. (Jan) McRae of Crystal Lake; Kathi Bracewell of Keystone
? She issurvivedby: daughter,Delia sister, Marcia G. (Hamilton) Rice, Heights: her father, Rod Thurman of'
(Bobbie Ray) Hamilton of West nine grandchildren; and 13 great- Scottsbluff; sister, Kelsey Thurman:
Palm Beach: three grandchildren: grandchildren. and nephew, Weston Moody both
and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held of Keystone Heights; grandparents,
SFuneral services will be held at Sunday,Nov. 3,2013intheDWittC. George and Sheila Anderson of
11:00 a.m on Saturday, Nov. 9th in Jones Chapel. Interment followed in Starke, Lynn and Lynette Hudnall'
the Truevine Outreach Ministries a .. Hope Cemetery with Father Dennis of Cape Coral, Jerry and Sharon-
Church in Starke with Elder Ross O'Neill officiating. Arrangements Thurman of Scottsbluff; aunts and:
Tracy Abourezk Chandler onducting the' services. are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral uncles, Mike (Sherry) Hudnall of
acy b ntermet will be held in Oddfellow Home of Starke. Gainesville, Kelly (Theo) Schultz,
Cemetery. Services are under the Karen (Bill) Hight all of Gering,
Tracy Abourezk direction of Haile Funeral Home Neb., and Beverly Strahler 6f
Inc of Starke. Viewing will be held Atlantic Beach. Brooke is also-
HAMPTON-Tracy H. Wilson at the Truevine Outreach Ministries survived by numerous cousins and
Abourezk, 62. of Hampton, passed Church on Friday, Nov. 8. Family many friends.
away reacefully, at her home on hour will be from 3-4:00 p.m. for. A memorial service will be held
Monday i Oct. 28 2013. Sheon was family and friends 4-6:00 p.m. The in the DeWitt C. Jones chapel of
born in St. Augustine on May 9 Cortege: will form at the Church Dorothy Gonzalez Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home at.:
1951 to Henry Clay Wilson and Saturday at 10:4 a.m. Viewing 2:00 PM on Thursday, Nov. 7, With
Janie B. Wilson. She graduated from also held I hour pror to services on Dorothy Pastor Greg Pusateri officiating.
Gainesville High School in 1969. Saturday at the Church. Dorothy In lieu of flowers contributions
Trac worked for many years as an n ale J Fred Johnsonmay be made to www.gofundme.
administrative, assistant in the real o nzae J Fred Johnson may ^v^Iofnd m
astate and mortgage industry, and coin/530r2k. Arrangements are by
estate and mortgage industry, and BLAIRSVILLE-Mrs. Dorothy Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
was loved dearly by all those who Gonzalez, age 86, of Robert Hull J Fred Johnson Starke. On-line condolencesmay be-
kspirit anherd as always the aloving Lane, Blairsville. Ga. passed away KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-J Fred Brooke Thurman left at www.jonesgallagherfh.com
Sand pwas wh o ee sfirst to Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 at her home8.of t oe ihs PAIDOBITUARY'
offer a helping hand to death by following an extended illness. She Johnson, 81, of Keystone Heights
boffer at helping han paefollowing an extended illness. She died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013 at
need. She was preceded in death by: as born Oct. 29 1927 in Tampa, Shands at UF in Gaines ille. He Brooke Thurman
hedr parents her daughter, Amber to the late Orland E. Kruse and has lived in Keystone Heights since
Abourezk; and brother, Elbert Caroline (Higgins) Kruse. Dorothy the early 1980's. He served in the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Arther Evans. wmoved here in 1993 from Keystone rU S Army and as Camp Directr t Brooke LaRae Th rman, age 22,
She is survived by: her son, Walter Heights. She was preceded in death S Arm and as Camp Director at
Adan, Abourezk; and grandson by her husband Richard Gonzalez Camp Montgomery.
Austin Abourezk of Bradenton; d by her husband, Richardl Gonzalezd, He is survived by: his daughter,
Austinhe Abourezk of Bradenton;and and a son Paul Gonzalez. She was Juliette Johnson of Keystone W 9g ay ta ed
her grandson, Noah S. Abourezk of a member of St. Francis of Assisi- Heights: and sons. Jim Johnson I
Hampton Lake. Catholic Church. Heights and sons, Jim Johnson III
Tracy was blessed to have a large Survivors include: her children, and Jay Johnson both of Texas.
loving'family and is survived by: her Karen and Roger Davis of Powell, A memorial service will be
sisters, Rebekah (Gene) Crawford, Tenn., Virginia and Father Daniel held at 11:00 am on Saturday, Nov.
Jenny (J.D.) Mann, Annette (Terry) Jones of Delta. Colo., nd Richard 23, at Montgomery Presbyterian
Hamilton, JoAnn (Steve) Cox, S. Jr. and Linda, MaGuireoGonzalez onference Center in Keystone
Darlene (Bob) Godwin, all of the Carlos Ford, Sr. of West Palm: brother, Elbert Heights and officated by family.
Hampton Lake area, Velma (Buddy) "Buddy" and Barbara Kruse of Arrangements are under the care of
Roarke, Carol (Buck) Wright of St. Car raBlairsville Ga. six grandchildrenl Home of Melrose.
Augustine, Elaine (Berry) Dykes of (W and seventeen great-grandchildren.
ensacola and her brotherRonnie Funeral Mass was held Nov. Nita McRae
an) Wilson, of Jacksonville. Tracy Ford, Sr. 6 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic
il be truly missed by the any Church. Interment was in St. Clare's STARKE-Nita Elaine Bitgood
ieces and nephews who were such STARKE-Carlos Robert Ford, Haven at St. Francis of.Assisi. In McRae, 88, of Starke died Thursday,
big part of her life. Sr., passed away on Thursday, Oct. lieu of flowers the family suggest Oct. 31, ,2013 at Windsor .Manor
A private "Celebration of Life" 31, 20131 He was the son of the late memorials be sent in Mrs. Gonzalez Nursing Home.She was born on May
as held by her family to honor Learantine Cuffee and Willie Ford memory to the U.S.O at www.uso. 8, 1925 in Hope Valley, RI. to the
er, and a graveside service will b trke and was born on Nov. 11, 1947 org/donate or to St. Francis of Assisi late Robert E. and Leona (Wright) Happy Birthday on November 1211 to our
cal community who wish to share School in Bradford Coupty. He was Cat Churc Bitgood ad wasa rSidenof Stake "Baby Girl" Shannon Lyn D lock
a cm mnh ity. He was 4Mountain View Funeral Home for over 54 years. She was a member Grn l" Lyn
moment in her memory, a small preceded in death by; daughter, of Blairsville is in charge of the
athering is planned for Saturday, Sabrina Evans; grandson, Jarvis arrangements. You may si November2,1983-November23,2010
ov. 9th at 1:00 pm at the City of Reed; grandmother, Marie McGee; aangeent sn This year you would have been 30. It's so hard seeing all your girlfriends
ampton Veteran's Memorial Park. and brother, Zurney Ford. condolences to the family on line at agve tting mared, having babies, etc. But, we so much better S
The family would like to say a Left to cherish memories: sons, Pe off not having to go through day to day issues like we do. Dad is having a
ecial.thank you to Haven Hospice Berar Ree, Alphonso Gree, mountai nview funeralhomecom really hard time this year, amongst other things (but you already know this).
Gainesville for the care and Carlos H. Ford,Carlos R. Ford, Jr.AID OBITUARY We decorated your grave in a pink high heel this year. You would be proud.
upporL they provided durin& her and Car!os,.Ford; daughters, Carla Life will never be the samep. ip ,w. buwe are kg krestshot.o
Ines lin lieu of flower oiaai6ns t(Lamar) Jones, Lasherio Ford. Calvin Harris 15070 US Hwy 301 S* Starke FL We haveso manbappy emnowe 9you whics rkeepus going t
an'tVi'ade to the American Cancer Quechanna Ford, Trevette Green I'm sure. You'd be happy to know Samba is runnin Twit'Liio and Stitch
ociety for Lung Caricer Research, of Perry, and Chasity Ford; sister, KEYSTONEHEIGHTS-Calvin quitewell. She is one happy"pug". Until we meet again one day, we know
r to an organization of your choice Sylvia Jefferson; brother, Ancil James Harris, 56, of Keystone 904 9644810 that God is definitely keeping His eye on you. Oh by the way. Dad wanted :
at provides help to those trying to (Burnette) Ford; grandchildren; .Heights died Sunday, Nov. 3,2013 at this picture in this year.
top smoking. great-grandchildren; host of nieces, the Robert's Care Center in Palatka. Mon-Sat 9-6 All our love,
PAID OBITUARY nephews, and other relatives and He was born in Starke on March 25, o
friends. 1957 to the late William and Irene Wrangler Levi I ,w
Funeral services for Mr. Carlos (Williams) Harris, and had' retired Boots Hats Buckles d", 0, J odr .
Robert Ford, Sr. will be 12:00 P.M. from M & I Electric Industries of
ames Colombo Saturday, Nov. 9, at Church of God Keystone Heights where he was a We do
LAKE BUTLER-James Purnell by Faith, 730 Old Lawtey Road, shop laborer. He was of the Baptist
olombo, 70, of Lake Butler died Starke. faith. Layaways!
ednesday,'Oct. 30,2013 of natural Viewing for family and friends He is survived by his sister, Betty
auses. from 5-8:00 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, at (Earl) Rhoden of Hampton; and
He is survived by: wife, Sherrie Church of God by Faith. his companion, Tamnimie Sloan of
Cololubo of Lake BVtler; . .
aughter, Deb (Scooter) Haase of
hprata, Pa.; son, James Colombo I F IS W AIvK 'I R FI: I uN.s
f Lancaster, Pa.; two grandsons; LEWIS WALKIER ROOFING I .
o granddaughters; and one great- T flhe
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Indians win district title with 21-20 win over Tornadoes
BY CLIFF SMELLEY "Unbelievable," Gilio said, drive to o'pen the second half, Dickinson said, "but they play Keystone for their hard work." over at their own 49-yard line
Regional News/Sports Editor "We worked all year-ail but held Bradford to 57 yards hard and get after people. I can't Keystone's rushing attack, following a punt, the Indians
Mi.hal through high school-just to the rest of the \va\. The Indians say enough about them." which generated 6 yards per needed just three plays to score
Michaeld Carroll s 4-vard have this moment right here: made several huge plays late For Bradford, it was a carry (40 carries for 246 yards) the game's first touchdown.
touchdown run--followed by That's what it's about." in the game. including Gilio's chance to win its first district was effective from the game's Valenzuela got loose on a 43-'
J.J. Scholfield's successful As the district .champ, tackle of Bradford's Cody Bias championship since 2004, but opening drive, with Sam yard keeper that put Keystone up
PAT-with approximately seven Keystone will host a first-round for a 4-\ard loss on a fourth- a botched, extra-point attempt Anderson and quarterback Blake 7-0 at the 3:46 mark of the first
minutes left in the game gave the regional playoff game on Frida\. and-5 pla\ from the Keystone proved costly. After Jarvis Valenzuela moving the team quarter following Schofield's
Keystone Heights High School Nov.-15. against Bolles. 31. DeSue's 20-yard touchdown run into scoring position. Anderson' PAT.
football team "its first district "That's a big plus for us. to be After Ke\stone took the lead, on the first series of the second and Valeunzuela gained 25 and Valenzuela, who finished
championship ind 16 years as able to play in front of our fans.", Bradford marched 35 yards to half, the snap on the PAT was 38 yards, respectively, as the the game with 73 yards on 12
Brthe Indians d efeated visiting Keystone head coach Chuck the Keystone 45 before Josh low. Kicker Chris Barron was Indians marched form their carries, rushed for 88 yards in
Bradford 21-2 on Nov. Darein Dickinson said. Knight sacked quarterback forced to, pick the ball up and own 31 to the Bradford 6-yard the first half. The Indians would
Linebacker/fullback Darein As the District 4 runner-up. Jacob Luke for a 5-yard loss. try to run it in for two points. He line. Bradford's Keaaris Ardley, run more of their conventional
Gilio sealed the win for the Bradford (3-5. 3-1) will travel to Two plays later. Knight and R.J. came close to making it, but was though, would break up a pass. offense in the second half.
Indians (5-3, 4-0 in District Jacksonville to play Raines. Harvin'teamed up for a 10-yard held up near the goal line. in the end zone on a third- "(Bradford) made some
4-4A) when he aintercepted a pass The Keystone defense, which sack, forcing the Tornadoes into "The boys were very tough down play. Keystone's Schofield adjustments at halftime to take
with 2:45 left and then gained gave up only two of Bradford's a fourth-and-25 play that ended and played hard," Bradford missed a 23-yard field goal. away that stuff," Dickinson said
5: yards on a third-and-four three touchdowns. allowed the with Gilio's interception. head coach Steve Reynolds said, Bradford went three-and-
play that allowed the Keystone Tornadoes to score on a 65-yard "The defense isn't very big." "but you've got to commend out on its initial series. Taking See DISTRICT, 10B
offense to run the clock out.
Tigers celebrate homecoming with 28-10 win over Devils
BY VINCENTALEX BROWN As runners-up, theTigers (8-1 'the team with 20 tackles, with the locker room because Union sported number 19 -during Green's regular jersey was sent
Times Editor overall) head to the playoffs for six for a loss of yardage. He even County came out with a score to the game instead of his usual
Spite of numerous penalties, the third year in a row, put two sacks under his belt, start the second half, putting it number 13. Pruitt said that See TIGERS, 10B
In spite of numer C ounty H igh School In defeating Williston (6-4, while Siofa Robbins got another up 14-0 at the 8:37 mark of the.
the Union County High School 0-4),. Union County put up what one. 'third quarter.
ootllis teaon m Red theviho g might be a record number of Dukes had 16 tackles. Williston finally scored with
game for a 28-10 District 7le penalties: 13 for a total of 105 The defense ,shined as the a 37-yard field goal at the 1:49
yards. When pressed on the quarter opened by mark after a long drive.
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Parkside Assisted Living: providing a home atmosphere
BY TRACY LEE TATE He works to satisfy everyone as
Special to the Telegraph. Times far as possible and the majority Administrator
and Monitor of the residents seem to agree he Cathey Pitts
does a good job. Cathejoys spending
A Jittle more than 10 years "I like to see people happy enjoys spend talking
ago, a local businessman saw a Margaret Peek with their meals, especially som e time talking
need in the region for a facility with her personal when they aren't able to do for .
which would fill the gap between caregiver Kim themselves," Strong said. "I
home and nursing home. He Broward. Peek. know I've done my.job well about his days as
envisioned a place where people said she enjoys when I look into the dining room a pilot.
could bring much of their home said she enjoys when I look into the dining room:
environmedt with them that the comfortable and see happy people."
could become a temporary, or s ize of Parkside. The residents
permanent, home for them; The residents of Parkside are
seeking to allow them to keep as
much of their individuality and a diverse and varied group, with
independence ands their physical many life stories and reasons for
circumstances would allow. ending up at the facility. While .
The result of this vision as they are too numerous to feature
opened for business 10 years ago them all, a few examples will "
and is called Parkside Assisted Pitts first became interested fact that they have more freedom illustrate why there such a rich
Living. While still a work in in the care of the elderly when in this sort of environment. atmosphere where friendships
progress, constantly adapting her mother was diagnosed with Sellers said that now she are easil formed. ty, a
to changes in regulations and cancer. cannot imagine working in any from her native to with her
residents'needs, innovator John "I knew I wanted to take care other type of setting. She said h wh he was
Miller is pleased with the results of her, but I really didn't have a she enjoys all aspects of her husband, Eddie, when she was
of his work. clue how" Pitts said. work, but looks forward to one- AnTSferrred tohacsn e b
Located in the old Bradford She went to classes to become on-one time with the residents AT&T. She worked there for
County Health Department a certified nurses aide and did most of all; from helping them 34-plus years as a telephone
building on Church Street in care for her mother until the end get up and ready for their day to opera li Wn t hemoy hoa
Starke, Parkside currently has a of her life; in the process finding moments of quiet conversationing t h lv a ..r in a orm bu
capacity for 24 residents. The the work which she now feels about their lives. eventually ended up buying a
building was built in the 1940s she was born to do. "When I first started as a park model. f
by Ernest Treist Construction of Pitts said her job is 24/7 as caregiver I always kept in my KOA Campground in Starke Ed Strong serves each resident personally, with a
Keystone Heights and has seen needed, but as a rule she works mind the thought that one day when Edi had a stroke; going made-to-order eal. resident
complete restoration, having first shift. She sees her job not it could be me needing care," wn i a n arsnt hoke goi
been totally gutted and then as a boss but as a facilitator who -Sellers said. "I work.very hard firs into a nursing home. least 27. TV in the common area until
refitted and remodeled with a is a working part'of a team, so to see that the way I treat the madebout the change to Parksid "I like it here at Parkside breakfast hits the table at 7:3
full fire detection and sprinkler it is not unusual to find her out residents is the way I will want about three years ago and said "I like it here at Parkside breakfast hits the table at 7:30
system, metal doors and a new of her office helping get patients to be treated when the -time she has never regretted her becaus people I have a private of me and The residents are escorteda.m.
decision. people .take good care of me and Thehe residents are escorted
roof. Individual rooms with ready to start the day or doing a comes." "I really love it here" Beattie because all the girs are really en masse to the dining room,
private baths were created load of laundry. Pitts said that A large part of the quality of apretty Marsh said. where they are assisted to their
so each resident could have a one of the biggest aspects of her care at Parkside comes straight said. "I have more freedom to pretty' Marsh said. where they are assisted to their
priyate space to call their own. job is preventing problems and, from the kitchen of Edward come and go and to do things Margaret Peek loves her room regular places at the tables.
A second building has been failing that, analyzing a problem Strong, the man responsible for at my pace, when I want to do at Parkside, where she spends Their morning coffee, or other
added recently once the home that has happened so that it will meeting the culinary needs of a them." much of her time in the company beverage of choice, is poured,
of'the Public Health Division of neverrrecur. diverse group of the residents Beattie enjoys the less of her personal caregiver, prepared to their individual
thehealth department aionnd has "I want our residents' families Strong has an extensive structured environment at Kim Broward. She moved to desires, and waiting for them
a rs "I want our residents' families Strong has arf extensive aBradford County in 1955from when they arrive at the table.
.also received the full refit and to be able to go home at night background in institutional Parkside, which allows her Bradford County in 1955 from when they arriveatthe table.
remodel to create an additional and sleep soundly, knowing that cooking ranging from jails, the time to go shopping with a Georgia. Strong, who has already
six rooms with their own theirloved one is safe and cared prisons, schools and hospitals. friend, spend time crocheting She was a teacher.for many queried the residents as to their
common area. The emphasis in about here," Pitts said. "When Although he said he enjoys and cheering for the Florida years, mostly in he fourth choice of breakfast for the day,
Sboth buildings is one homelike, people come here they become cooking, most of his past work Gators grade. In her youth, she was a serves each plate himself and
friendly environment, not an' part of our family and I want has been in more ofa supervisory Rosetta Stumpf originally world traveler, visiting Europe the residents tuck in. Afte
institution. to make sure they are treated as or management role. He is well hails from Kentucky, but was 30 times with her husband. breakfast, the residents leave the
"We offer a place for people such, with dignity, caring and versed in providing special and married to a military man, so She said Switzerland was her ning room either individually
to live which can be a home compassion every minute of the restricted diets from his work a she has lived in many places. favorite county because she or intosmall groups foractivities,
for them" Miller said. "These day." Alachua General Hospital and She moved to Parkside when loves mountains. She said she like taking walks, watching
are people who are unable to Pitts is assisted in her work Shands. she could no longer live with her lo'ed the food best in Germany the morning news shows on
dpoaaughterwhosejobrequiredbey and the least in France. The television orjust spending a little
live alone, but yet who do not by an able staff, headed up by "I've been here since day one daughter whose job required ber le also traveled to the Holy quite time on their own.
require 24-hour monitoring and assistant administrator Susan and I remember the first meal I to be away from home much of couple also traveled to the Holy quite time on their own.
care. We are not a warehouse Sellers. cooked here hamburgers and. the time. Land and Japan. While the residents are
operation. We offer people a Sellers started out as a dietary french fries:' Strong said. "I've Stumpf fills her time with a "My husband always took a. enjoying their breakfast the
plae to live where they are aide and did not, originally, been at it ever since. NASCAR fan; an avocation she "I always enjoyed showing them supervising the meal swing into
fed well, given as much care as think she was equipped to Strong said that working at CA f on students when the were action to clean and straighte
they need'to maintain quality of handle the role of caregiver. But Parkside is the roughest job he picked up from her grandson. to my students when they were action to clean and straightei
nghandle the role of caregiver. But Parkside is the roughest job he w studying about the different rooms for the day and do
life and an environment which she decided to try and, in the has ever had, but also the most "He knowsbe all the driver studying about the different rooms for the day and t o
facilitates social interaction" process, found what she calls satisfying., names, numbers and statistics, countries. .1 think it made it laundry. They strive to get as
S. her "call ing." "Thisjobis a great challenge:' right off the top of his head;' more interesting for them." much done as possible before
eMak"aint o. g h hasThsorked asStrog jbisa greajt h about Stumpf said. "'He picked up When she could no longer breakfast ends so that they are
,iSt ysa-r,. abg i k ., ..--i "a lonffned now d1"and t talancd .. the4ove-of sring b' fd e he was live on her own, she first tried available to meet residents other
Parkside the success ,t is. and finds she still looks forward nutrition. I've had to get to even school age, and I caught the a conventional nursing rhome, needs as they aise.
Administrator Cathey Pitts to coming to work each day. know these people, to learn their bug from him." but found it to bShe too big and she fChurch services a re held2 p.m. on
has been at the facility since the She did, however, say that she personal likes and dislikes. I'm When not vatching the races impersonal. Shide a much more Wednesdfrom 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. onducted by
beginning; starting out as a floor does enjoy the assisted living mainly a Southern cook, but on television, Stumpf loves to finds Parkside a much more Wednesdays, conducted by
supervisdr and working her way environment more than that of a we have, people from all over watch science fiction movies comfortable size. Springside Biaptist Church, and
upter current position. nursing homen. here, as welhv as spome who have and to read almost anything. "I love this place:' Peek said. on Sunday mornings by Eliam
upto her current position. nursing home. here, as welleas some who have She said she is an avid fan of the "It's just the right size and I- can Baptist Church.
S"This job is truly a labor "I really like working in traveled outside the country. I S a Te s ei f th jus thigs a d e Luh dis srh t 12
of love for me" Pitts said. "I assisted living more than the have to adapt what I do for each original "Star Trek" series, with have all my things around me. Lunch is served at 12 p.m..
believe that geting old is snota aslternative for many reasons. one. It does no good to cook her favorite episode being "The This is my home and I love it" and is basically a repeat of
punishment, but a priveledge, There is more of a sense of home food that they don't like." Trouble WithTribbles She also Ralph Chesser originally breakfast, with Strong serving
and it is my job to see that our here, the atmosphere is more Strong cooks two, sometimes', admits to having a weakness for .comes from Bessmer, Ala. He each resident a meal custom
residents yare cared for With this laid back and theresidents seem three meals a day, adding variety cowboys, as evidenced by the was an automotive mechanic by crafted to meet their likes and
residents are cared for wit h this l aid backppier and to enjoy the toa relatively light evena dayadding meal.riety calendar displayed in her room. trade. He came to Florida about needs. After lunch, there are
attitude in mindevery day:' Much happier andto enjoy the to a relatively light evening meal. "Parkside is my home" she three years ago because he liked often afternoon activities which
said bluntly. "I can't and won't the weather and his brother lived the residents may participate
even entertain the idea of living in the state. in if they wish. On weekends;
anywhere else. 'I am treated as He- came to Parkside with many residents get together to
a person here and that means a his wife because he realized he cheer on the Gators (or other
lot." needed the services provided by favorite teams) in the common,.
Eulene Powell is fairly new an assisted living environment. area; complete with popcorn and
to Parkside; living in the new "I like everything about this other tailgating fare.
building. She originally comes place:' Chesser said. "The food Dinnerat5 p.m. is a light meal,
from Aniston, Ala. and moved to is excellent and I'm very happy'." sometimes salads or soup and
Florida to be near her daughter. Faith Richards was born in sandwiches and sometimes one -
One of her fondest memories Churubusco, Ind., but has spent of Strong's special efforts. After
is playing basketball in school, most of her life in Florida; dinner a variety of activities
where she "could shoot a goal mostly in Tampa and Bradenton. may take place, depending
from the middle lane." She comes to Parkside because on the night and the residents.
She came to Parkside because her son, Jim, lives in Keystone wishes. Karaoke,movie nights,
she has friends among the Heights and it lets her be near bingo and arts and crafts often
residents and said she loves him. fill the evenings. The staff also
everything about it. She worked for General sometimes declares a ladies
Lg"This is a wonderful place Electric before she married, then niight when female residents can
Lou Wainwright, Building Two caregiver Elaine Searfoss and Eulene Powell enjoy to come," she said., "I love the shifted into mostly volunteer receive manicures if they wish.
passing the time before lunch, attitude here. No one acts like work with scouting and church Bedtimes are largely up to the
they are better than anyone else. projects. She taught Sunday residents, but te'nd to be early.
It doesn't matter what any of us school for over 50 years. She Evening-shift workers make"
have, orhad, orwill have. We're makes her own clothinig and frequent checks on residents.
all just plain people." quilts as well. She has a quilt to see that all is vi'll and no
John Marsh was born in on her bed which she completed one heeds help with anything.:
Georgia, but has spent much of when she was 90. She also loves Snacks are always available
his life in Florida as his parents to cook and bake as well. for late-night munchies and'
moved here while he was stil.l a "I love .the staff here at company for those nights when
baby. He said he moved around Parkside," Richards said. "I love sleep comes slowly is always-
a lot within the state, working as having a private room and bath available.
a pilot, among other things. He and wonderful food. I feel cared "What we stress here is for.
came to Parkside from the VA about and totally satisfied with the residents to never forget
Hospital in Gainesville. my life:' who they are:" Pitts said. "That
In the past, Marsh has spent a is one of the great things about
great deal of time flying model A day at Parkside the smaller size of Parkside ap:
aircraft. He was a member of The day at Parkside begins opposed to some other facitilites.
the, Suwannee Valley Flying early, with patients rising No one beconmes a fixture or a:
Club and he still proudly wears between 6 and 6:30 a.m, Some number. We come to know them;
a cap from the club. Now he has dress themselves, while others and then never let them forget.
discovered a talent for drawing. get help as needed from staff who they are."
He refuses to disclose .his true members. After dressing they Pitts adds; that the size ofi
age, but he will claim to be at may stay in their rooms or watch the facility also allowed anr
environment which is not fully
structured; allovs both freedom:
and spontaneity in- the residents
Margaret lives .and activities.
Peekwith "This'is their home:' Pitts
her personal, said. "I work hard to always
caregiver Kim respect that and see ,that my
Broward. Peek staff does as well. These people
said she enjoys deserve the best we' can give,
the comfortable them. Age is not a valid reason
size of Parkslde. not to have a full and satisfying
10B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, NOV. 7, 2013 -
BHS caps Nazworth and Greg Kersey, who improved to 2-0 in District 5. 1st 2 matches The Keystone boys'soccer team opens
were 8011h and 84'", respectively, Trimble and Hanna Crane scored Keystone opened the season with 3-3
crOSs ountry out of 116 runnersTNazworth had in the 28'" and 34'h minutes, with an 8-0 district. win over with 3-3 tie and goes 1-0-1 in preseason.
crossy .. time of 19:24.90. while Kersey respectively, to give Keystone a Newberry, but then fell 3-2. to Seenext week's issue for more.
season at 'fliad a time of 19:28.85. A 2-0 halftime lead. Trimble scored Ridgeview.
Also competing for Bradford 17 minutes into the second half Rachel Lee scored three goals
region meet were Thomas Hales (20:58.64), off of another Colaw assist, while in the Oct.28 win over Newberry
Kristopher Padgett (21:17.88), Colaw scored the final goal off in Keystone. Two of Lee's goals some field, quarterback Caleb
R.J. Martin (22:47.59) and Taylor of a Crane assist. came in a five-goal first half T IG E R Cox hands it off to Edwards, who
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Sanders (25:14:35). Keystone's overall record is that also saw the Indians get Continued from 78 plows through the other team's
Regional News/Sports Editor 2-2 after visiting Orange Park scores from Colaw, Trimble and Continued from 7defense like a freight train,yet
Bradford High School scored three second-half goals to Julia Osteen. Crane, Osteen -and sometimes spins this way and
runners competed in the Region KHHS girls defeat the Indians 4-2 on Nov. 4. Morgan Gibbs each had an assist off to be repaired and would t gain an etra yard or 2
2-2A cross country finals in Colaw and Crane each scored a in the first half. "hopetully" be back in time for. that t ain y
Brooksville on Nov. 2, but none im prove to goal to give Keystone a 2-1 lead Lee added a second goal in the the next game. completing 7-of-13 passes.
earned the right to advance to the at the half. second half off of a Gibbs assist. Either way, Green's number His one touchdown pass was a
state finals. 2-0 in district The Indians will travel to Moriah Combass scored the final was on all night long. rt 50-yarder to Isaiah Johnson to
The top 15 individual runners Starke Thursday, Nov. 7. to two goals off of assists from At the end of the third quarter, put the Tigers up 28-3 at the 6:37
Farned the right to advance. SQoccer play district opp6nent Bradford Osteen and Haley Arzie. as aways, the Spirit of Union putof the fourth quarter.
Bradford's Tessa Ricker placed at 6 p.m. and then travel to On Oct. 29, host Ridgeview County Tiger Marching Band mar k of the Red Devils put up their
4PS out of 100 runners with a BY CLIFF SMELLEY Gainesville Friday, Nov. 8, to scored the first two goals en pl to e scool's alma mater final points with a 30-yard
time of 22:25.56. BY CLi FFSMELLEY play P.K. Yonge at 5 p.m. On route to handing the Indians a evertouchdown pass over halfway
Sarah Frederick, the only other Regional News/Sports Editor Tuesday, Nov. 12, Keystone will 1-goal loss in Orange Park. Dee Daquin "Buddy" Edwards had through the fourth quarter.
Bradford runner to compete in Ketone Heights got two travel to Green Cove Springs to Dee Taylor scored a goal for 137 total yars, th 19 carrie This week, in order to
he girls' race, placed 53rd with a goals from Raychel Trimble play Clay at 5:30 p.m. Keystone off of a Gibbs assist in for 125 averaging 6.58 accommodate the University of
time of 22:53.67. and three assists from Madison the 39"h minute to make the score yards each time he got the bal Florida's homecoming Gator
Bradford had a full team in the Colaw in defeating visiting P.K. Earlier results. 2-1 in favor of the Panthers at the He's a force every opponent Growl, the Tigers will play on
boys' race, but placed last out of Yonge 4-0 in a District 5-2A half. Crane scored the final goal as to ec w since es Thursday, Nov. 7, hosting Eagle's
15 teams, with the top six earning..girls'soccer match on Oct. 31. of the match off of an assist from averaged more than 6 yards per View Academy at 7:30 p.m.
he right to move on to state. The Colaw assisted on the first Indians split season's Combass in the 75'" minute. car hthro h t take against winless Eagle's View.
Ininadsoessereimedinute.t Indians W hen tTigers need to take against winless Eagle's View.
Sornadoes were led by Alec. three goals as the Indians
D j T IhT hooked up with Ardley for .an down before DeSue ripped off A short punt in the latter stepped in and picked up another said. "If the ball bounced here or
D I 18-yard gain to the Keystone 37. a 12-yard run to the Keystone stages of the third quarter had first down on two carries netting there, (Bradford) could've easily
Continued from 78 A holding penalty would again 42. Luke then gained 12 yards the Tornadoes starting a drive II yards. won the game."
put the Tornadoes into a long- before a 10-yard run by DeSue at the Keystone 48. Dinkins Bradford defenders Ardley Gilio said it was still a little
n rear to sin Valenuel yarige sitton, but Bradford moved the Tornadoes to the 20. picked up 9 yards and a first and Clayton Woods tackled hard to believe his team had just
no regan desingd runszuel "That's would get anoter first down, DeSue, who finished with 98 down on an end-around play, but Valenzuela for a 3-yard loss that won a district championship, but
many designed runs. That's ower thanks to an &-yard scramble by yards" on 20 carries, scored a a run by Luke to pick up another forced the Indians into a third- added the season's not over.
hy e went more ." to ou Luke and an 11-yard reception touchdown from there, turning first down was negated due to and-9 play. Brown, who had "We've got to go back to
Penalties hurt the Bradford by Ardley. the corner and making his way a holding penalty. Facing third- three receptions for 66 yards, work," Gilio said.
ffense on its first three series. Gilio recorded yet another down the sideline to cap the 65- and-18, the Tornadoes did gain caught two straight passes from For Keystone, that means
ffhe seon i ts first t hree series tackle for a loss, dropping yard drive two minutes into the 13 yards on a Luke-to-DeSue Valenzuela' (3-8-1, 66 yards)- preparing to play Santa Fe in
hreecoand se-out affair while Thomas 4 yards behind the second half. However, the failed pass play, but Gilio tackled the second a gain of 9 yards to the regular season finale on
Sholdire penalta fforced the line of scrimmage. Bradford conversion attempt left Bradford Bias for a loss of 4 yards on the convert a fourth-and-2 play. A Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m.
rnholding penalty forced o the eventually had to convert a up by only six points, ensuing fourth-down play. 6-yard run by Gilio on first-and- in Alachua. Santa Fe (5-4) is
ornad backintohe first-an fourth-and-14 play, and the The Indians. had. a great Keystone took over at its own goal set Carroll up for the 4-yard coming off of a 35-30 win over
lay, backing them up after Tornadoes did just that as Justin opportunity to get a score in 35 to start the fourth quarter, touchdown run to tie the game. Eastside.
the first time. Wide receiver Williams took a pass to the the third quarter when Fitts Anderson, who led all rushers Schofield's successful PAT put Eastside (4-5) will be
Kenny Dinkins had a 13-yard 3-yard line. That set up Thomas' recovered a fumble at the with 130 yards on 16 carries, the Indians on.top by one. Bradford's opponent on Friday,
'reception to move Bradford eventual 1-yard touchdown run Bradford l 1-yard line. Bradford's had consecutive carries of 6 and "We were fortunate to come Nov. 8, at Citizens Field in
back into Keystone territory, but as Bradford took a 14-7 lead Thomas would end the threat 21 yards to move the Indians to away with a victory," Dickinson Gainesville at 7:30 p.m.
running back Tra'Von Thomas with 1:19 left in the first half. when he intercepted a pass in the the Bradford 38. Anderson was
was dron ed for a 5ard loss b Keystone's Brighton Gibbs end zone two plays following the shaken up after the second carry
ilios befora tandJohnnie returned the ensuing kickoff turnover, and left the game, but Carroll
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newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all billn to cover postage nd handlin. All d amenities. They include even 6 bedroom homes 2006 Honda Accord EX Fits any budgetl.............................$8,900
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40 itenon to make any of the law. Our readers ci needs f acility. For emodeled low down 2005 Toyota Camry Nicest inGainesville:......................$7,5p0
E sN tion or discrimination. all dwellings advertised 904- -9 2 Sharon, 386-418-0435. 2007 VW Beetle Cute andFun...............................$9,500
PORTUNITY. All real children under the a vailable on an equal acre. Fireplace, new 3BR./2BA. on 1 ac 2008 Hyund Entourage Reduced to sell..............................$9,00
.newspaper is subject to or legal e istodians complain of discmina- tally refurbished. Owner $600/mo. ca Mars, 2012 Chevy Malibu Like new......................................$10,980
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THURSDAY, Nov. 7, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION' 11B
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STARKE .acrgss from Sat Nov 9 8am 2pml2036 axle Ford dump truck w/ store, safeguard and be' obtained from the 964-7767 ance, paid vacation & outpatient SA.AM, and 2843 or e-mail to jishla.
Country Club. Immediate SE 21st Ave StarkeLook equipment trailer. 12 distribute materials and Bradford County Road Asset Preservation Coor- holidays & promotional MH treatment program. italflorida,..o.m
occupancy, 3BR/1BA. for signs ft. Jon boat. Table saw, supplies. Must perform Department, 812 B North dinatorMust have excel- opportunities. Interested MUST BE LICENSED Drivers -CDL-A 2 yrs veri-
house, complete reno- Fri & Sat 9 am 5 pm Furni- Fert. spreader, Wurlitzer- duties as needed.Must Grand Street, Starke, FL lent computer skills with applicants should ap- IN THE STATE OF fiable tractor trailer exp
vated. New carpet, vinyl, ture, home goods, cloth- Melville-Clark spinet have a valid Florida Driv- 32091 or county website extensive knowledge in ply in person Monday FLORIDAI Master's de- min 23 YOA. Good MVR
cabinets, appliances, on ing and much morel9084 piano, Hammond spinet ers Class B with pas- www.bradfordcountyfl. Outlook, Microsoft and through Friday 8 am until gree and minimum of 24 & Job history. Operate
1/2 acre, includes lawn NW SR 16 organ L-133 has LES senger endorsement. gov. The deadline for ac- Excel. Must be depend- 3:30 pm at the front office months experience re- out of our Lake Butler &
care. Service animals Home Estate SaleSat. Nov LER speakers. Call 386- Must have high schooi cepting applications is able and be able to work Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On quired. Bdckground and Palatka terminals. Tim-
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ences. $700/mo. $700 301 South Hampton, Fl- pass a physical and Nov. 14, 2013. The per week plus some sistent Freight, Great requited. Work hours: tom & Dump positions:
deposit. Immediate oc- Contact Donna Parado drug test.Background Bradford County Road overtime when needed. Miles on This Regional to be determined, 8-30 Apply online: pritch-
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leave message if no an- Country Club just follow cabinets Includes 2 Works, 819 S. Walnut call 904-966-6243. www.rowepp.com LMHP. LMHC,LCSW
swer. the signs. Household glass front, one is a cor- St., Starke, FI 32091. EXPERIENCED SURVEY Gilman Building Prod- OR LMFT responsible
2,3, and 4 Apartments now items baby items clothes ner carousel unit, asking 904-964-8092. Job DRAFTSMAN, full time ucts Company is ac- for counseling and as-
available. $89 movgs you and lots more! $399 Need to sell Ken- closes noon on Novem- employment opportunity. cepting applications for sessing youths in an
in, free Nov. rent. Income GOING OUT OF BUSI- more top of the line dual ber 15.2013. The City of Apply to Patrick B. Welch Storeroom Clerk at the
restrictions apply. Call or NESS Sat Nov 9 16 fuel range. Has S gas Starke is an E.O.E & Assoc. Inc. P.O. Box Sawmill located in Lake
stop by today. 904-368- Nov/1319859 US High- burners & convection THE BRADFORD COUN- 809, Starke Fl. 32091 .Butler This position is N
0007. 900 S Water St. way 301 N Starke oven. Like new, $375 TY Road Department is 904-964-8292. second shift receiving. __ _
Starke, FL 32091. Fri Sat Sun 9 am 3 pm- Call 352-519-2400 or currently accepting ap- LOOKING FOR POSI- inventorying and issu- ACCEPTING
3BR/2BA.Doublewide. Wether permittingl/4 352-226-6461. plications for a Heavy TIVE, HIGH energy, de- ing parts. A high school
South of Starke. Nice, mile past the Gizmo on BANANA TREES. Plants Equipment Operator at pendable staff to work diploma or equivalent is APPLICATIONSiunr
extra clean. Large screen SR 100 East are approx. 3 ft tall. $10 a pay rate of $11.00 per in Starke area with in- required. We have com-
porches. Fenced yard. each or 3 for $25. Lo- hour. A required field dividuals with Develop- petitive rates and 401K, Southern Villas Alaeus/8'radfwd *A CIenm.lly Prtntrhlp
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mo. plus deposit, Call 53B 796-0781 heavy equipment will be possess a High School of Starke&a C r'
u dconducted during the Diploma/GED, 1 year
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nice neighborhood 1015 Sales Personal ing this test is required. field, DL, vehicle, and 801 South Water Street $199 Move In Special U Ig U L
W Pratt Street $750.00/ The Great Recession Yard Applications along with ability to pass Level 11 Starke FL 32091 1&2 BR Apartments HC &
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year leaseCall 904-964- 7197 Pembroke St Key- ROOF & GUTTER CLEAN- arid requirements may PT $8.00 hr. to start. 904- 904-964-4214 non-HC Units, CentalACI www.FloddaWork$Oni-ne-com
8073 stoneSome new items ING. Call Ryan 352-478- 711 Heat, on-site laundry,
EFFICIENCYAPTS. South great for Christmas: 0082. Let us clean your TDD playground, private, quiet
of Starke, free utili- Household, collectibles, Leaves. Raking & clean Accepting Applicationsl atmosphere. Eui p O
ties and Direct TV. Call toys, fishing poles tos, up. NDATION RE- Rental Assistancel Gaston's Tree Service is accep ng applications for an Experienced
VERY clean, beautiful and dryer. Lots of miscel- PAIRS, INC. Correction OPEN SEASON 1,2, & 3 bedroom HC & Located on 8R-16, Heavy Equipment Operator. This ncludes the operation of cranes,
area 2BR/1BA CH/AN- laneous items. of termite & water-dam- knuckle booms, bobcats, and bucket trucks. For full time year
ice for family fresh paint Sat & Sun 8 am -?Multi aged wood & sills. Lev- BEST DEALS OF THE YEARI Non-HC accessible 1001 Southern Villas Dr. around work with great benefits in an established company and a
$475.00/mo. Plus de- family sale, clothes, eling & raising Houses/ apartments. Starke, FL great team.
posit 904-364-8135 knickknacks, lamps, Bldg. Pier Replacement Saturday 9/28/13 10am-4pm Tis insution is an equal Call 904-964-7295 Experience in tree work is a plus
2 BR/1/BA 14 wide remod- misc furniture, pictures & alignment. We do all Must have a valid Class B CDL with air brakes
eled on private fenced lot & much moreSR 21 to types of tractor work, opportunity provider, and employer. TDDMfY 711 Must have a valid Class B Col withair brakes
paved road CH/A $500/ Gasline Road FOLLOW excavation and small 'E andny "Equal Housing Opporuy Equal Housingprtunit1 Mst be willing to leave town on occasion for emergency storm
mo $400 depositcall SIGNS demolition jobs. Free Es- Mwork
904-219-0684 MOVING SALE 525 Night- timates: Danny (Buddy) Must workwellwith others
,ATARKE 2 BR/;]BA SW out- ingale KeystoneFri & Sat Clark, 904-545-5241. Subjected to background checks and random drug tests
side city limits.$500.00/ Inoor, Furniture, Appli- FLORIDA CREDIT UNION F Send resume to JoAnn Phillips
mo plus* $500 deposit. ances, dishes, clothing,, has money to lend for REFRESHMENTS & PRIZES! A agphillipvery.com
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its$700/mo plus $500 chanic/Electrician for 2nd
deposit call 352-235- 53C /3rd Shift Maintenance CLAYTON
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experience. We are an 6021 BLANDING BLVD
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Animals and SW CR 18A Insurance, paid Holidays/ 904-772-8031 CO LLEG E
Pets man Building Products,
Miniature Dachshund pup- 54 6640 CR 218, Maxville,
pies certificates $250.QO Produce FL 32234 or fax resume ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
& up2 Miniature Donkeys PECANS. Buy, Sell, or to (904) 289-7736 Older 2BR/1BA singe wide on 210'acres, w WATER RESOURCES
$750.00 for both Minia- Crack. Tues, Sun. 65 Old heat & A/C in need of some repairs. Can be WATER RESOURCES
ture Mare $300.00Please 12:00- 6:00. Closed Wantedheat C n n 1 Duty Days to Commence
call 352-546-1174 Monday. 904-964-4399. EtfHelp i Sa lived in with minimal repairs. Has well, 1 Das
2 miles East of Starke TH ising for the p septic, and Elect. Several storage bldgs, & Spring 2014 Semester
53A tion of Inmate Squad A =I A T livestock pen wlwater.. Teach Water and Environmental
Yard Sales Science Technology courses in Water-
FRI. & SAT. 8am-5pm. Gas Keep it Safe Lock it Up! 2 Wastewater Operator Technician
heMany oter items going Santa Fe Storage- Starke & Waldo 9 licensing, A.S. Environmental Science
t.cheaPrke1671 S. Walnut Technology courses, and/or B.A.S.
SAT. 7:30am.-4pn 1 mile cu. rscoues in Water Resources
west of 301 CR.18 Management. Requires Doctorate
low signs. Chain saw, SELF STORAGE YoUr ome? pIlusourelooking tomvyurobe Management. Requires Doctorate
shop dust collector w/ home pu a a bil, degree plus 18 graduate hours in
t tools, water pump,, SKW Were t Environmental ngineering/Science,
compressor, misc. We oo al i r
2926 NW CR 225. 1 mile Soluto R al Agricultural/ Biological Engineering,
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off 30 Friday Chrst- annW. are he a a hel! eology, Hydrology, Water Science, or-
mas decorations and unitS available,
lots of other items. mnh for =reat -,- NO OWNER FINANCE Agricultural Systems (Water specialty),
F:riday fo atP ,, ,tNO RENT F, Publicd irth,:or a related areaO OF
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Keystone Heights was arrested Starke was arrested Oct. 30 by Starke was arrested Nov. by was arrested Nov. 1 by Bradford
in Bradford, Oct. 29 by Putnam deputies for Bradford deputies for an out-of- Bradford deputies for failure to Antonio Antwayn Lott, 20, of deputies for probation violation.
producing drugs and resisting an county warrant, appear. Starke was arrested Oct. 31 by
Clay or Union officer. Strke police for vehicle theft Albert James Vangorder, 42, of
Chuckie Detroy Covington, Lynn Lydell Glo, -i and Nov. I by Starke police for Graham was arrested Nov. 1 by
The following individuals Bradford 24, of Starke was arrested Nov. 2 Starke was arrested Oct. 2 driving without a valid license. Bradford deputies for battery.
were arrested recently by Wesley Wilford Bischoff, by Starke police for aggravated Bradford deputies for drivg
localwere law enforcement officers 36, of esleyWistlforne Heights was assault with a weapon while license suspeded or ennifer Lynn McCaulley, 35, Marion Hershel Waldron, 37,
n Bradford, Union or Clay arrested Oct. 30 by Bradford revoked. Starke was arrested Nov. 2 of Starke was arrested Oct. 31 by
in Bradfrd, Union or Clay arrested Oct. 30 by Bradford Loretta Jenean Dyal, 44, of Starke police for probation Bradford deputies for possession
(Keystone Heights area) deputies for battery. Starke was arrested Nov. 3 by William Gra> er. iotion. of marijuana and possession of
Robert Ira Blake. 24, of Starke police for battery. Starke was arrested i drug equipment.
Madison was arrested Nov. 1 Bradfod deputies for batter. -,; 1 Robert Mark Mirsky, 20, was
Keystone/Melrose Mason was arrested ov. Kevin Roy Eldridge, 24, production of marijuana. arn ested Oct. 31 by Starke police Andrea Jacques Wanton, 42, of
Jannet Brown, 58, of Melrose by Bradford deputies for lewd of Starke was arrested Nov. 3 for vehicle theft. Keystone Heights was arrested
was arrested Oct. 31 by Putnam lascivious behavior and obscene by Starke police for battery, Rabinon Jermaine Hankerso. Oct. 30 by Starke police for an
deputies for failure to appear. communications, criminal mischief-property, 34, of Starke was arrested Nov. Elizabeth Ilene Montgomery, out-of-county warrant.
Ashley Lynn Chamberlin, 26, damage and trespassing. 1 by Starke police for faiiure to 37. of Deltona was arrested
Abel Cowart, 31, of Starke was a appear, possession of cocaine Nov. 2 by Bradford deputies for Virginia Christine Wanton, 43,
arrested Oct. 29 by Clay deputies of Starke was arrested Nov. to Deseree Jacqueline Evans, 30, and selling cocaine, possession of drugs. of Starke was arrested Nov. by
for a probation violation. by Starke police for failure to of Starke was arrested Oct. 31 Starke police for possession of
appear. by Starke police for battery. Brittany Jo Lee Helton. 23, Randall Rufus Prevatt, 48, of cocaine.
was arrested Oct. 31 by Bradford Lawtey was arrested Oct. 29 by
deputies for battery. Bradford deputies for disturbing Union
Heriberto Herediathe peace. Gregory Steven Gibson, 52,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Houston was arrested Oct. 3 by Donald D. Ritter, 30, of Nov. 1 by Union deputies for
o cNov. I by Union deputies for
Bradford deputies for possession Callahan was arrested Oct. 29 byy intoxication,
of marijuana. Bradford deputies for failure to b urglary, disorderly intd battery,
aggravated assault and battery,
appear, an out-of-county warrant and resisting on officer
George Holland, 47, of Starke and driving while license
was arrested Oct. 30 by Starke suspended or revoked. Jeraldo Castanes, 31, was
police for larceny and resisting arrested Oct. 31 by Union
an officer. Jason Matthew Sapp, 30, of deputies for resisting an officer.
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
Carlos Leonard Jones, 20. of Bradford deputies for burglary Hector Garcia, 23, was
SStarke was ariested Oct. 31 bo and larceny. arrested Oct. 31 by Union
Starke police for battery. deputies for operating a motor
Katie Marie Sherwood, 29, of vehicle without a valid license
Randy Paul Kilby, 35, of Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by and resisting an officer.
Starke was arrested Nov. 2 by Bradford deputies for battery.
Bradford deputies for larceny Nancy Denise Mitchell, 41,
of Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
29 by Union deputies during an
W D Beck, Agent That's when you can count 30 5(2mileseast of US-301) investigation for resisting an
7380 State Road 21 on State.Farm. officer.
Keystone Heights, FL 3265 kow life doesn't come with a AffordableG f Stephen Christopher Kirkland,
Bus: 352-473-7272 w aM b 25, of Lake Butler was arrested
email@example.com schedule. That's why at State Farm Membershis Oct.29 by Union deputies during
you can always count on me for AvailabI an investigation for resisting an
whatever you need 24/7, 365. Banquet Hall Driving n officer.
GET TO A BETTER STATE.. Vinson O'brian Wintons,
T cellent Driving Range Golf Lessons by Appoint, t 23, of Lake City was arrested
CALL ME TODAY. Pro Shop-,Gift Certificates Professionally Run Touameg' Oct. 29 by Union deputies
for trespassing, two counts of
Home of the Strawberry invitational, disorderly conduct and battery.
Tl Christopher Edward Edenfield
A StateFarm (904) 964-5441 24, of Lake Butler was arrested
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