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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 2009
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Review: The first issue of this ongoing weekly was issued July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph LCCN: sn95047402, published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian, a staunch Democrat and an experienced newspaperman. He had previously worked for a newspaper in Tallahassee (FL) and had published newspapers in the Florida cities of Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key and Pensacola. After publishing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph LCCN: sn95047403 and reversion back to the Florida Telegraph LCCN: sn95047404, the name was changed to the Starke (FL) Telegraph LCCN: sn95047405. In 1887, Sterling Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed the name to the Bradford County (FL) Telegraph LCCN: sn95047406 in 1888. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in the Florida cities of Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who then sold his interest to Matthews in 1898. Eugene S. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for forty years. During this time, he was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University's School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father's record of forty years as publisher. On his retirement in 1973, he sold the paper to his sons-in-law, Bobby Ferguson and John Miller. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to be published ca. 2007 by John Miller, who also publishes the Lake Region Monitor LCCN: not known to exist and the Union County (FL) Times LCCN: sn95047168. Mark Crawford is the editor. Source: Bradford County Telegraph, July 26, 1979, centennial issue. The Lake Region Monitor is not known to exist and has not been described by any other source.--E. Kesse, University of Florida Digital Library Center.
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format from the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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USPS 062-700 - Two Sections - Starke, Florida


Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009


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130th Year - 7th Issue - 75 CENTS


631st soldiers will be ready for upcoming deployment


Members of the 631st Maintenance
Company are at Fort McCoy, Wis.,
preparing for a deployment to support
Operation Iraqi Freedom.
I Since their arrival at Fort McCoy in
July, soldiers from the 631", an Army
National Guard unit with its home
station in Starke, have participated in
extensive training on equipment and
procedures to learn skills they will
need to be successful in their mission
overseas.
Company Commander Capt. Maria
Garcia said, "The unit's soldiers are
from various cities within Florida as
well as different states and, during our
mobilization training, have become one
big family. Our soldiers' training has
developed them to be team players and
resilient."
"Our training has been both
physically and mentally challenging
for our soldiers," Garcia said. "Having
the support from their spouses, families
and friends has allowed them to focus
on their training. It cannot be expressed
how important it is to have the support
from the ones you love."
While at Fort McCoy, the unit planned
and executed training to provide them
with specific combat, survival and
warrior skills.
This training is the cornerstone
for priming soldiers for deployment.
Soldiers train in an environment and in
situations that replicate, as realistically
as possible, those they will experience
overseas.


Senior info
ready for
BHS parents
Letters are available to be
picked up in the Bradford High
School media center during
Ihe school day for parents of
high school seniors. The letters
contain information regarding
senior ads for the 2010 yearbook,
information from the senior
sponsors, and an estimated list
of activities and expenses for the
year.
Seniors need to pick up a letter
for their parents.
Also, a help session workshop
for senior ads in the yearbook
will be held Tuesday, Sept. 15
from 5-7 p.m. in the media
center. Anyone interested in
helping with their senior ad may
come during that time.
You can also. contact Mrs.
Torode by e-mail for more
information at bhstorode@
yahoo.com.
Sheriff's
office plans
bake sale
The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office is hosting a bake sale
on Friday, Sept. 11, beginning
at 8:30 a.m. in the lobby. All
proceeds'will be donated to the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.


A group of 631st Maintenance Company soldiers gather for a quick photo following an exercise on a Fort McCoy,
Wis., training lane. The 631st is mobilizing to deploy in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (U.S. Army photo)
Soldiers lived in tents in a field posing as civilians on the battlefield or The list of required training is
location for a portion of the time they opposing forces. extensive. The 631" participated
were training at Fort McCoy. The The training is repetitive, and its in training related to weapons
training area was surrounded by intensity increases with each iteration, qualification, Army warrior training,
concertina wire, entry control points The ultimate goal is to have soldiers physical fitness, leadership, combat life
and guard towers. Soldiers traveled in respond intuitively to threats and saving, improvised explosive devices,
convoys. They encountered role players situations they encounter, mounted combat patrol operations,



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(L-R) Miss Purple and Gold Marian Jackson, Miss RJE Centennial Glory Jackson and Miss Tiger Ruby
Ghent, all former RJE queens, were crowned anew for the alumni's 100-year celebration.
For more, see inside.


Some T.H.E. tenants are scrambling for homes


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


Minnie Edmunds lives in T.H.E.
Apartments. So does Kalista Morgan,
Priscilla Dinkins. Tammy Williams
and Angelique Steele.
All of them believe they will be
living somewhere else, sometime
around Oct 5. HUD representatives
from Jacksonville and Georgia came to
town and told them they would have to.
Edmunds'. Dinkins', Williams' and
Morgan's names are on leases at T.H.E.
All three are middle-aged or older
women with children.
As such, they represent the population
of leaseholders at T.H.E. Apartments,
but not necessarily the population of.
tenants. Most additional tenants listed
on their leases are their children, friends
and family members.


Few men hold the lease at T.H.E.,
but that doesn't mean there aren't men
around. Sons of lease holders, husbands,
ex-husbands, boyfriends, boyfriends of
other family members or other hangars-
on also move in and out of the public
housing project with some frequency.
Now, everybody--leaseholders, family
and hangers-on-are,being asked to
leave.
Because it failed to meet HUD codes,
T.H.E. Apartments-Bradford County's
first public housing project-has lost
its certification. In a letter to T.H.E.'s
owner, Harris Millman of North Miami
Beach, HUD stated that it would make
no further subsidy payments for T.H.E.
tenants after Sept. 1. Tenants are still
there.
HUD may or may not have given
the housing project something of a
reprieve, but that, too. is unclear. The


U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development isn't talking much and
tenants have been told not to talk to the
press.
After an Aug. 5 meeting, when they
were told they had to move, T.H.E.
tenants went home and put their
belongings in piles of cardboard boxes,
stacked up inside their homes. As of last
week, they were still living out of the
boxes.
Edmunds has been told she and
her two daughters will be leaving her
ground-floor apartment and going to
Whispering Oaks Apartments, a HUD
approved facility, also in Starke.
As of last week. none of the other
four women knew for sure where they
would be living next. To an extent. it's
been left up to the tenants to find their
next home. Morgan \\as sure she and
her two children would find housing


but she wasn't sure where.
Edmunds was raised in Starke's Reno
district, across S.R. 16 from T.H.E.
She said a few years ago she lived in a
second-floor apartment, but getting up
and down the stairs got difficult and shr
was moved to a first-floor unit.
Now, she has been, assigned to a
second-floor apartment at Whispering
Oaks, which has a community center
and even a swimming pool, but no
elevator.
Edmunds said she will miss having
her family nearby, since Whispering
Oaks is on the other side of town. Other
T.H.E. tenants have applied to move
into public housing units as far away as
Keystone Heights and Lake Butler.
Edmunds worked for the Bradford
County School District until retirement.

See T.H.E. page 12A


urban operations, entry control point
operations, motor vehicle operations
and maintenance, protective mask
familiarity and confidence, detainee
operations, hand-to-hand combat,
reflexive fire, grenades, culture/
customs/ language, land navigation, and
much more.
The 631V's training culminated in
an Army Training and Evaluation
Program, which incorporated and
tested all aspects of the individual and
collective training they had received.
Prior to deployment, the unit will
receive additional military occupation
specialty training and will be
validated.
Garcia said, "For the past year, the
631st has planned, prepared, and trained
for our deployment in Support of
Operation Iraqi Freedom. We built the
unit into teams to train on their specific
missions while in Iraq."
"Each team worked' together for
all missions to increase functionality
and build unit cohesion," Garcia
said. "All team leaders were given an
opportunity to lead their soldiers during
training events. Once completing
our culminating Mission .Readiness
Exercise, the 631" officers and non-
commissioned officers are confident
their soldiers are fully trained,
equipped and ready for their upcoming
deployment."

See 631st page 12A



Starke

budget aims

to stabilize

rates,

raise fees

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The $20 million budget the
Starke City Commission is set
to approve later this month is a
much different document than
approved in the past.
Aside from employees that have
been shifted to departments that
can afford to pay them, the city
garage has been absorbed into
the general fund, while recreation
has been broken out into its own
special revenue fund. Impact
fees are also accounted-for in a
new fund, separate from general
government expenditures, as is
the Community Redevelopment
Agency.
The changes are almost all
a result of recommendations
coming from the audit of the
city's 2008 books.
Before commissioners could
become acquainted with the
new budget format, however,
the board had to discuss money
available for the stabilization of
electric bills.
After all planned expenditures
were budgeted for, there was
$54,000 remaining to use toward
rate stabilization-funds that
will be used to help reduce
customers' electric bills should
costs unexpectedly spike. While
it was simple enough to dedicate
the surplus revenue for that
purpose, Commissioner Tommy
Chastain wanted to know what
had. happened to the $200,000
for rake stabilization the city
borrowed .from the Florida
Municipal Power Agency and
why it wasn't reflected in the
budget.
Chastain wanted the amount
to show in the budget so the
public would be aware for what
the commission was doing to
about electric costs. Of course,
this isn't money the city is giving
back to customers-it's money

See BUDGET page 12A


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100 years and still Tiger strong


RJE celebrates

its centennial

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Alumni of the former Robinson
Jenkins Ellerson High School
crowned a new queen...,and
kicked off several day's" of events
in celebration of the school's
centennial with her coronation last
\\e'ek.
The evening was hosted by Bob
Williams, community service
manager for WCJB in Gainesville,
and Valara (Jenkins) Petteway,
president of the RJE Alumni
Association.
During the evening, staff,
alumni and community members
\\ere honored, and there were
also special presentations, like a
recitation of the poem "The Bridge
Builder" by Donnie Jackson,Jason
Major and Montrez Ellerson.
Recognitions included Alex
Cummings, the first black officer
in the Florida Highway Patrol
from Bradford County, and the
Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County for its role helping to
preserve the RJE facilities after
the school was closed.' Edward
Hamilton currently serves .as
president of the organization, which
has been active in the community
for more than 30 years.
"When our school closed and
was in shambles, and when the
ceilings were falling, and when
the grass was growing tall, there
was this group of people who got
together and said, 'This is ours.
We love it. We're going to preserve
iti' And from that day until this,
Concerned Citizens has been
keeping its word," Petteway said.
,The school may have closed,
but RJE still stands for a legacy of
education in the black community.
It's remarkable just how many
former RJE students and graduates
went into the field of education,
spending their lives teaching
youngerr generations or serving
as school support staffers. Today,
scholarships funded- by the RJE
alumni are also helping students
pursue their higher education
goals.
Shirley Hudson presented
scholarships to tw6o recipients
ci.. ,,.L l .KJE AJju
Scho,:farship Committee. First las
Ashiey Boswell who graduated
Fleming Island High School
with a 3.0 GPA and no" attends
Santa Fe College. She has earned
her certification in earlN child
development and will continue her
studies at Floria A&M University.
Ashley wantseo be a kindergarten
teacher and operate her own
daycare center.
Anjulique Steele was awarded
the second scholarship. The
Bradford High graduate earned a
3.5 overall GPA infiigh school and
now studies at Santa Fe Collge.
She is certified as a nursing
assistant, and she has set her sights
on becoming a physical therapist.
Olivia Scott said they were both
lovely young,women, inspiring and
very deserving of the scholarships.
Though the spotlight was on RJE's
centennial, Scott took a moment
to recognize other black schools
in Bradford County's past and
the students who attended them,
including Water Oak Elementary
in Pleasant Grove, Thurston
Elementary School, Anderson
Junior High School in Lawtey, and
Hampton Training School.
Former RJE staff honorees
included Maurice White, daughter
of RJE founder A.O. Jenkins.
White served as an educator for 42
years and continues to volunteer
to help children. She is a 1949
RJE graduate, who received her
bachelor's and master's degrees in
1954 and 1954 from FAMU.
The evening's program called
her a living example of the advice
"Do all the good you can, while
you can."
White said the event was a
historic one that would live on
in the hearts and minds of those
present. She thanked the alumni
association and presidents for
working to keep the spirit of RJE
alive.
Looking around, she said she
saw so many faces of children
she had taught, and they were all
required to learn the Gettysburg
Address, one of the things that
earned her a reputation as a tough
but dedicated teacher. She said it
was up to the community to throw
its arms around its children and
help them be all they can be.


Other honorees included Olivia
(Thompkins) Scott who earned
a degree in library science from
FAMU and was not much older
than her students when she began
her five years at RJE. She went on
to, and retired from, a long career
in the Bradford school system.
Inez (Butler) Diggs' salary was
less than $200 when she began
teaching at RJE in 1953, but


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Glory Jackson, Miss RJE from


1963, was moved when crowned anew by Olivia Scott
and Valara Petteway.


Marian Jackson and Ruby Ghent


that didn't keep her from using
a portion of her income from
buying supplies for her students.
The science and P.E. teacher
counts coaching basketball among
her fondest memories. Though
officially retired, she still serves as
a substitute when called upon by
the county.
Finally, there was Lonnie
Johnson, who taught English from
1966 until the school closed. He
went to Bradford High when the
schools were integrated before
moving on to teach out of county.
He retired after 42 years, but still
remembers sponsoring a senior
class trip to the Bahamas.
Joan (Jenkins) Hoffman and
Vivian (Wheeler) Dawson spoke
for the classes of 1959 and 1969.
The latter was the final glass to
graduate before desegregation.
Dawson recited a poem that
acknowledged that they remain
"rip roaring Tigers way down in
our souls."
One-by-one, the former queens I
and sweethearts of RJE had been
brought in earlier by 'procession,
escorted by a family member or
friend. They were now called to
the front of the room.


All former royals had been
given a chance to participate in the
fundraiser, and 10 chose to do so,
said Linda Hampton. Of those 10,
the top three fundraisers earned
titles based on their efforts and the
efforts of their supporters. Third
highest fundraiser was named Miss
Tiger. Second highest fundrasier
was named Miss Purple and Gold.
The top fundraiser was named
Miss RJE Centennial and received
the queen's crown and cape.
In total almost $7,000 was raised
for scholarships.
Royals present (some coming
from out of state) included Bessie
(Clark) Lee, 1947 representative;
Clara (Moore) Walker, Miss
RJE 1953; Melenese (Barber)
Hamilton, 1955 representative;
Rose Bud (Kittles) Stokes, 1957
representative; Emma (Kelly)
Strong, Miss RJE 1958; Rochelle
Williams, Miss R.JE 1959; Rosalee
Simmons, 1959 Sweetheart; Ruby
(Tisdale) Ghent, Miss RJE 1960;
Mary (Tyson) Walker, Miss RJE
1961; Mary (Jenkins) Brown,
1962 Senior Sweetheart; Glory
(Cummings) Jackson, Miss RJE

See MORE page 3A


All former royals had an escort, but when RJE educator Maurice White was presented,
she had escorts to spare.


1953 Queen Clara Walker
and School Board Member
Jesse Moore present the
crown and cape.


Robinson
Jenkins
Ellerson


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Event committee members Cynthia Ross, Linda Hampton and Odessa Hamilton with
.. . WCJB's Bob Williams.


Ashley Boswell and Anjulique Steele were presented RJE scholarships by Shirley
Hudson and Valara Petteway.


Vocalist Jimmy Jenkins
serenaded the royals,
whose fundraising efforts
earned them their titles.



MORE
Continued from Page 2A

1963; Ruby (Revel) Jenkins, Miss
RJE 1964; Gwendolyn Robinson,
1964 Senior Sweetheart;
Winifred (Sherman) Major, 1965
representative; Marian (Jenkins)
Jackson, Miss RJE 1966; Frankie
(Jackson) Jerido, Miss .RJE 1967;
Brenda (King) Butler, 1967 Senior
Sweetheart; Regina Jenkins,
Class of 1968; Esther (Bright)
Kelly, Miss RJE 1969; Shirley
(Cohens) Brathwaite, Miss Tiger
1968; Shirley (McDougald) Ford,
Miss RJE 1968; and Betty (Davis)
Aaron, Class of 1970.
Ruby Ghent was crowned Miss
Tiger. She fondly remembers
traveling to Fernandina Beach with
her class and has made traveling
a part of .her adulthood, visiting
countries overseas and spending
time iitsland settings. She wenton
to marry her husband, Johnny, and/
they had two daughters, Lillian
and Kimberly. She is also a proud
grandmother to her grandson,
Christopheri,
Marian Jackson was crowned
Miss Purple and Gold. She said at
RJE, students learned to conquer
the world and give back for what
they received. She graduated
valedictorian and* went on to be
crowned Miss Florida Memorial
College. Today, she lives inLlinois
with her husband, Coy." Together
they are the proud parents of two
boys, Joseph and Coy.
'Finally, Glory Jackson was
crowned .Miss RJE Centennial.
Though back in the day she
dreamed of having 20 kids,
she settled for two, Johnny and
Hope. She calls her time at RJE
a "blessed experience" where she
was introduced to relationships
that are still a major part of her
life. She is retired from a support
position in the Bradford school
system, has an active community
and church life.
Jackson said winning brought
back memories of winning the
title in 1963, particularly since
Olivia Scott was there for both
coronations. She thanked those
who helped sell tickets for her
fundraiser, in which three luck
people won a total of $600.
Jackson circled the room at the
fairgrounds where the event was
held, then took her place on the
throne, flanked by the other two
queens. They were serenaded by
vocalist Jimmy Jenkins.
WCJB'sBobWilliamspersonally
congratulated the queens and-other
alumni on achieving the centennial
milestone. He encouraged them
to continue remembering and
celebrating their history because
doing so would build a foundation
for the future.
"You may not think events
like these are necessarily all that
important, but when you look at
the lives you have touched through
the scholarships, through bringing
the children and other relatives
to see what it means to be one
w..rnhesive unit. one cohesive family
inii ,.iL.'r...n,c their time together,
you have made a difference in the
future of our community."
Petteway thanked those
individuals and businesses who
supported the event and members
of the event committee.
The centennial celebration
continued after Thursday night
with additional events, including
a parade, banquet and even a
Mexican cruise.


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The history of RJE and its founders


In 1913 three members of'
the local black community
spearheaded the effort to improve
the educational opportunities in
theircommunity.The Rev. James
W. Robinson. A.O. Jenkins and ' '
R.M. Ellerson were the leaders -'
of the effort to build one of the
first black high schools in this
area. It was called RJE High
School in acknowledgement of
their efforts.
Jenkins was a highly respected
educator and long-time principal
of the black school in Starke. He
.was a spokesman for the project
and also helped to actually
build the school. Robinson, who
acted as both a minister and
an undertaker, supervised the The original RJE school still
project. and Ellerson. a partner and Florid
with Robinson in the undertaking
business. served as treasurer and meeting facilities offered
for the limited funds that were by the gymnasium. This year
available, it has served as the site of the
All three men worked hard to communitywide Martin Luther
raise money for the project. Land King Jr. Day celebration and
and materials were purchased and the home of the city of Starke's
local citizens-volunteers who summer recreation children's
worked tirelessly-finished the program.
building in 58 days. This frame A fire, thought to have been
building which was. opened in intentionally set, did a lot of
1914 on Pine and Florida streets damage in 1977. Vandalism and
still stands today. The two-story other incidents of fire in the
frame building served as a high unused .parts of the school had
school for the black community also taken their toll. Due to the
in Starke until 1945. when it high estimated cost of renovating
became obvious that it was too and maintaining insurance on
small, the buildings, the school board
Community members went to decided to tear the school down
the school board with a request in 1977.
for a new school, but the board
told the citizens the district did RJE buildings saved by
not have the money to buy the citizens
needed land. Not content to sit Since the buildings represented
and wait, the community group a piece of history for the African-
decided to raise the money for American community, a group of
the land themselves. In June of citizens banded together under
1945, the group had only $54, the leadership of the Rev. Levy
but they met frequently under Lennon, Theresa Holliday and
Jenkins' guidance and continued Elizabeth Walker to form the
to raise funds. Concerned Citizens of Bradford
Donations as small as 50 cents County. This group leased the
andaslargeas$200werereceived. complex- from the school board
The larger amounts came mostly and paid for the insurance on the
from the fund raising efforts of buildings.A slow metamorphosis
church congregations. County then began. Head Start continued
elementary school children and to use one portion of the complex
students at RJE High School and in the early 1990s the school
took up collections for donations board renovated approximately
to the fund. Individual citizens half of the complex to house
made sacrifices in their own the pre-kindergarten program.
financial situations in order to At that time -the school board
donate to the cause. took over responsibility for the
Only one month later, in July complex, with the exception of
1945, the group purchased the the old gymnasium.
land on Pine and Jenkins streets
-for $-1,000. with i,,'alance ,,, Desegregation along-ath to
S$1,000 due by November pfib-Iread F a ,' 'h ..
'1947. I6 July 1948" the" land-' 1'-" hen desegregation firstinade'
was deeded over to the Board headlines in the 1950s, local
of Public Instruction by "A.O. stories stressed that both white
Jenkins, George Little and C.A. and black leaders didn't favor
Crum as Trustees of Colored changes in the school system. It
School District No. 3 of Bradford was more likely that black leaders
County" for the sum of $10 and feared that what eventually did
other "valuable considerations." happen would happen-black
The school board then built the schools would be closed.
new school. The new brick RJE High
School that the community had
'Fess' Jenkins a legend in worked so hard for had been
Starke's Mack community completed only a short time
Professor or "Fess" Jenkins. before this, constituting' the


as he was often called by his
students and friends, began his
life as the son of a Georgia slave.
The family name was actually
Black, but it was customary at
that time for slaves to adopt the
name of the owner, so Jenkins
became the family name. Jenkins
rose out of the chains of his past
to go far beyond merely obtaining
his freedom. He was described
as a "man with education in his
blood, who taught everything-
practical things like how to
bud and graft trees, as well as
academic subjects like Latin and
higher math."
Jenkins was also known as a
man with high moral standards
and integrity. He had the complete
confidence and respect of both
the black and white communities.
When he was not teaching school
or plowing his own land. he
was repairing electrical wires
or power lines for the county
or playing his sousaphone in a
band. His talents were varied and
comprised a wide range-from
weaving simple baskets from
wiregrass to drawing building
plans and building schools.
Robinson. in addition to being
a highly dedicated minister, was
the first black insurance agent
in Starke and-with Ellerson-
was the first black funeral
director in the area. Ellerson was
something of an entrepreneur
and was involved in a number
of businesses in the Starke
area-including his ownership of
a popular soda fountains located
at Oak and Brownlee streets and
a small grocery store located on
Brownlee Street.
When the new brick RJE
High School was built in the late
1940s. it served the educational
needs of the black community
in Starke until black schools
were closed in 1970 as a result of
desegregation. The building then
served in a number of capacities,
including the long-time housing
of the Head Start program, a
preschool program aimed at
giving at-risk children a "head
start" on school.
The community also takes
advantage of the recreational


stands at the corner of
la streets.
culmination of a longtime 4
Students and teachers who
the schools they worked
not want to suddenly go
new environment. Chang
fearful thing for everyone
matter what race he or
born into.
These early stories shou
be understood to say tha
African-American leader
not want an equal educati
their children-that has
been one of their pi
concerns, as the story of
birth illustrates.
It was June of 1965
the dust from all the m
legal battles had settle(
31 African-American st
registered to attend prev
all-white Bradford school
the time, the desegregation
allowed students to register
school, but did not require
students to attend previous
white schools.
Of the first 31 student
crossed the racial lines, I
to Bradford High Schoo
went to Starke Elementar
went to Southside Elem
and three went to what
Lawtey Community S
Thurston Elementary Scho
only other black school-
than RJE in Starke and An
Junior High in Lawtey-
remained in operation
county, was closed in 19
1966, 118 black student
registered to enter pre%
all-white schools. That
year. five black teachers
asked to teach in school
were previously all whi
five'%vwhite. :teachers were
to teach in schools tha
previously all black.
In 1969 RJE High
and grade school in Star
Anderson Junior High
,in Lawtey were still op
and had only black st
The county's other school
still predominantly white.
the courts had been ha
let' the school system a
desegregation by leaving
the parents of the school c
to decide where they


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- attend school, it is a known truth
; that people will likely want their
' children to attend a school in
their own community rather than
travel even short distances to
another school.
The riots that were occurring
in other; places throughout the
country, and which were making
headlines all the time, also had
parents afraid to place their
children in that type of danger.
No violent incidents occurred in
this county, however-although
there were rumors of impending
riots from time to time.
Since allowing people to make
. their own decisions on the matter
had not accomplished the goal
Pine of the courts, the county was
still listed in 1969 as being in
noncompliance with the court
dream. order to desegregate the school
loved populations. Since the school
in did board was faced with bringing
into a the schools into compliance or
e is a losing thousands of dollars of
ne-no federal school funding, the board
she is closed RJE and Anderson Junior
High in 1970. All students then
uld not attended the other-previously
t local all-white-schools in the county.
rs did Anderson Junior High wvs
ion for eventually bought by the state
always and is now Lawtey Correctional
primary Institution.
RJ E's
before
national RJE Principals
d and 1909-1923 Prof. A.O. Jenkins Sr.
udents 1923-1924 Rev. Albert Emanuel
piously
los. At 1924-1938 Prof. A.0. Jenkins Sr.
in plan 1938-1941 Prof. E. T. Evans
rat any 1941-1942 Prof. Edwin Norwood
e black 1942-1943 Mallie Meeks Hunter
sly all- 1943-1949 Prof. A. 0. Jenkins Sr.

is who 1949-1964 Prof. Eddie Thompkins
8 went 1964-1969 Mr. C. Clark/
I., nine Prof'. Anderson


1945 Land is purchased for school
expansion as a result of the second
building program. The land is later
deeded to the school board. whici
undertakes construction of ; the
school at Pine and Jenkins streets.

1950 The school was accredited
by the Florida State Board of
Education,


1917 RJE's first football team plays. 1956The new school is dedicated.


1937 First PTA organized with Ida
Hankerson as president.
1940 A school lunch program was
initiated.

1943 A countywide play day is held
for the first time.


1961 The board authorizes
construction of the gym and
additional classrooms.

1969 The last class graduates at
RJE.


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w e Lo e 'oe o"l
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Or tallying the years,
Contemplate your blessings now,
As your birthday nears.
Think about the memories
Passing years can never mar.


Experiences great and small 7
That have made you who you are.
Another year is a happy gift,
So cut your cake, and say,
"Instead of counting birthdays,
I count blessings every day!"'


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Important dates
1901 Jenkins becomes head of the
school that will eventually he named
RJE in honor of him. Robinson and
Ellerson.

1913 Building program begins and
Fannies King suggests the RJE
name. The Literary Society selects
the colors purple and gold. Flossie
Keller wrote the school song.


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L Church .fWews


St. William Catholic Church
Women of the Knights of
Columbus will meet Monday,
Sept. 14, at 7 p.m. at the Fran
Ables home. Ladies are asked to
bring a covered dish to share.

Love Grows Pentecostal Temple
will sell rib and chicken dinners
to raise money for its building
fund on Saturday, Sept. 12 and 19,
beginning at 10 a.m. at Pleasant
Grove Park on C.R. 229. Revival
with Bishop James Wooten of
Spirit Filled International in
Georgia Sept. 23-25 at 7:30 p.m.
For more information, contact
Elder Samuel Newell at 904-964-
6936.

New Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church, 901 Keller St. in Starke,
will hold it annual Family and
Friends Day on Sunday, Sept. 13,
at 11 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Trinity Baptist Church vill host
Bob Tebow, Tim Tebow's father,
on Sunday, Sept. 13, at 8:30 and I
a.m. Tebow will speak in the main
auditorium. The church is located
at 2.5 miles south of Keystone
.Heights on S.R. 21. All are invited


to hear this powerful preacher.
Call 352-473-7261 for further
information.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights will host its
fourth annual wild game dinner
Saturday, Sept. 26, at 6 p.m. Enjoy
a taste of the wild outdoors with
guest speaker Glenn Chappelear
and musical guests The Backwood
Boys. A night of food, fun,
giveaways and inspiration. Cost
is $10 per person. For more
information, contact the church
office at (352) 473-7201.

Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford will present
an evening of gospel plays to
raise money for its building fund
Saturday, Sept. 26, at 6 p.m. at the
Columbia County School Board
Office in Lake City on Hwy. 90
across from the China Buffet.
Tickets are $20. For tickets, call
386-431-1658 or 386-431-1273.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming cia
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BRADFORD
!'.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
8h" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No. 2008-CA-718
HSBC Bank USA, N.A., as Trustee
on behalf of ACE Securities Corp.
-llome Equity Loan Trust and for the
gistered holders of ACE Securities
eorp. Home Equity Loan Trust,
Series 2006-ASAP2, Asset Backed
Rass-Through Certificates,
'Plaintiff,
a*~ren S. Smith, and Unknown
parties claiming By Through, under
or against John C. Smith, Jr.,
deceased, whether said claim as
spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, creditors, trustees or
other claimants
DefendaN; jt l

through, under or against John C.
Smith, Jr., deceased, whether said
claim as spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, creditors,
trustees or other claimants
If living: if dead, all unknown parties
claiming interest by, through,
under or against the above named
:lefendant(s), whether said unknown
parties claim as heirs, devisees,
girantees, creditors, or other claimants;
and all parties havipg'orclaiming to
have any right, title'or interest in the
property herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
described property in Bradford
County, Florida:
THE WEST 1/2 OF LOTS 7 AND
8 BLOCK 9, CITY OF LAWTEY
ACCORDING TO'PLATTHEREOFAS
RECORDED IN PLATBOOK C, PAGE
a; OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
'BIADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Street'Address: 1823 Monroe Street,
Lawtey, FL
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Steven J: Clarfield, Esquire, Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 500 South
Australian Avenue, Suite 730, West
Palm Beach, FL 33401, within 30 days
after the date of the first publication of
this notice, and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court, otherwise, a
default will be entered against you for
Ithe relief demanded in the complaint
pr petition.
Dated on August 28, 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of said Court
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
9/3 2tchg 9/10-BCT
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION:
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CP-0070
IN RE: Estate of
/VNILLIAM BALLARD WILSON, JR.,
Aleceased.
1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Testate)
The administration of the estate
,of William Ballard Wilson, Jr.,
deceasede, is pending in the Circuit
Court of Bradford County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 945 N. Temple Ave., Starke,
FL 32091. The estate is intestate.
The names and addresses of the
'personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below. Any interested
person on whom a copy of the notice
of administration is served must
object to the qualifications of the
personal representative, venue, or
jurisdiction of the court, by filing a
petition or other pleading requesting
relief in accordance with the Florida
Probate Rules, WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
'OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THE
NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING
.PERSON, OR THOSE OBJECTIONS
;ARE FOREVER BARRED.
*Any person entitled to exempt property
,under Section 732.402, Florida
Statutes, is required to file a petition
for determination of exempt property
,WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY
.LAW OR THE RIGHT TO EXEMPT
PROPERTY IS DEEMED WAIVED.
Any person entitled to elective share
is required to take elective share


WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
C. William Curtis, III
Florida Bar No. 018805
Jaime Council
Florida Bar No. 0015951
Law Offices of Curtis & Associates,
. P.A.
701 Market Street, Unit 109
St. Augustine, Florida 32095
(904) 819-6959
Fax (904) 819.6936
Personal Representative:
Ruth Dana
PO Box 165
Colburn, ID 83865
9/3 2tchg 9/10-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-282
COMMUNITY STATE BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY ANN WILLIAMS,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a
Final Judgment Of Foreclosure dated
August 17,.2009 in the ove-styled
ca se, I will sell toltlighest and
be t atl Iront 4loor
a Co . durtho se,
Starke, Florida at 11:00 A.M. on
Thursday, September 17, 2009, the
following described property:
West 12 of Lot 1, Block 16, Lincoln City
as per map or plat recorded in Deed
Book I, Page 177, public records of
Bradford County, Florida of South
V1/2 of Southeast /4 West of Railroad,
Section 32, Township 6 South, Range
22 East.
ALSO
Lots Five and Eight of Block Five in
Lincoln City, according to plat of same
on record in Deed Book 1, Page 177,
public records of Bradford County,
Florida.
TPN: 04329-0-00101 and 04318-0-
00500
Dated this 18'" day of August, 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
9/3 2tchg 9/10-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That HAROLD E. WATERS & ALICE
FAYE WATERS
The holder of the following certificates)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-0005
Certificate Number: 167
Parcel Number: 00880-0-00315
,Year of Issuance: 2003
Description of Property:
A parcel of land containing 1.00 acre,
more or Less, and lying in the SW
1/4 of the NW 1/4, of Section 12,
Township 7 South, Range 21 East,
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Southwest.corner of said
SW 1/4 of NW. 1/4 and-run North 88
degrees, 16 minutes and 43 seconds
East, along the Southerly boundary
thereof, 60.00 feet; thence- North 01
degree, 18 minutes and 18 seconds
West, parallel with the Westerly
boundary of said SW 1/4 of NW 1/.4 a
distance of 264.00 feet to a found iron
rod for the Point of Beginning. From
Point of Beginnihg thus described,
continue North 01 degree, 18 minutes
and 18 second West, parallel with
said Westerly boundary, 201.79 feet
to a set iron rod; thence North 98
degrees, 33 minutes and 12 seconds
East, 44.82 feet to a set iron rod;
thence South 14 degrees, 57 minutes
and 37 seconds West, 80.08 feet to
a found iron rod; thence North 88
degrees, 33 minutes and 12 seconds
East, 307.61 feet to a found iron rod;
thence South 01 degree, 10 minutes
and 18 seconds East, parallel with
said Westerly boundary, 123.39 feet
to a found iron rod; thence South 88
degrees, 16 minutes and 43 seconds
west, parallel with said Southerly
boundary, 330.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Above described parcel being
conveyed with a right of ingress,
egress and utilities over the following
described parcel: The Westerly 60.00
feet of said SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying
South of County Road 225.
Assessed To:
LOUISE NEWMAN ESTATE, A. J.
NEWMAN JR. '"-'
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of


Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of Octo!br 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
- RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc, is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT


property described in such certificate
or, certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc, is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING'
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
SNOTd FPA0UCATION *TH'a'1ENTOIMIE" 'I '* I
'' EE IVEN -. -bas -filed' said, certificates) for the
That DENTON II LLC tax deed to be issued thereon. The
Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s) certificate numbers) and year of.
has filed said certificates) for the issuance, the description of property,
tax deed to be issued thereon. The and name(s) in which it is assessed
certificate numbers) and year of are as follows:
issuance, the description of property, File Number: 2009-D008
and name(s) in which'it is assessed Certificate Number: 697
are as follows: Year of Issuance: 2007
File Number: 2009-0006 Parcel Number: 04302-0-00000
Certificate Number: 306 Description of Property:
Parcel Number: 01599-0-00000 Commence at the Northeast corner
Year of Issuance: 2007 of the Northwest Quarter of the
Description of Property: Southeast Quarter, Section 32 (thirty-
The North 110 feet of Lot 4, of Otts two), Township 6 (six) South, Range
Subdivision, as per plat, recorded 22 (twenty-two)' East and run West
in Plat Book 1, Page 8 of the public 420 (four hundred and twenty) feet;
records of Bradford County, Florida thence South- 315 (three hundred
Assessed To: and fifteen) feet to iron for starting
HOLY UNION CATHEDRAL OF point: thence West 54 (fifty-four)
FAITH INC. feet; thence South 105 (one hundred
All of the above property is located and five) feet, thence East 39 (thirty-
in Bradford County, In the State of nine) feet to 'West right of way line
Florida. of State Road 200 (two hundred)
Unless such certificates) shall be thence North 50 (fifty) degree WVest
redeemed according to Law, the along said West right of way line of


State Road 200 (two hundred), 163.4 Parcel Number: 02487-0-00000
(one hundred sixty three point four) Year pf Issuance: 2007
feet, thence West 116 (one hundred Descfiption of Property:
sixteen) feet to Point of Beginning and Commencing at Northwest comer
lying in the Northwest Quarter of the of land owned by Elmira King on
Southeast Quarter, Section 32 (thirty- East side of Railway and run East
two),Township 6'(six) South, Range at right angles to Railway to: East
22 (t wenty-two) East and lying West line of Section 21, thence North on
of State Road 200 (two hundred), said Section line to Center Street in
Bradford County, Florida. Temple's Subdivision, thence West
Assessed To:' on Street to Railway, Thence South
BISHOP TURNER DONALSON, along railway to beginning in East
WINNIIE C DONALSON Half of Northeast Quarter Except
All of the above property is located such lots or pieces as have been
in Bradford County, In the State of heretofore.been deeded Section 21,
Florida. Township 6 South, Range 22,,East,
Unless such certificates) shall be Bradford County, Florida.
redeemed according to Law, the' ,Assessed To:
property described in such certificate :MANDY ASHFORD ESTATE
or certificates will be sold to the All of the above property is located
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD in Bradford County, In the State of
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE, .Florida.
FL on the 8th day of October, 2009, Unless such certificates) shall be
at 11:00 a.m. . . redeemed according to Law, the
RAY'NORMAN property described in such certificate
BRADFORD COUNTY CLE1RK OF or certificates will be sold to the
. COURT Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
CLERK . FL on the 8th day of October, 2009,
Individuals with disabilities needing at 11:00 a.m.
a reasonable accommodation. RAY NORMAN
to participate in this proceeding BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
should contact the RECORDING ' COURT
B RAMENW1.i/ tgha ih sev6 ''..""'.BYRISA BRARiON, DEPUTY
(7) days prior to the kWxfe-diir)q ", lr;;,''j1 -- t ) i. Wio,. DLERK
at the- BRADFORD -"OUNTY-' Individualshwith ,disabilities,'needing
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the a reasonable accommodation
individual of a deposition, court to participate in this proceeding
date, subpoena, etc, is less than should contact the RECORDING
seven (7) days, then the individual' DEPARTMENT no later than seven
should contact the RECORDING (7) days prior to the proceeding
DEPARTMENT as soonr as possible at the BRADFORD COUNTY
after receiving that notice. Telephone: *.OURTHOUSE. If notice to the
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired, 'individual of a deposition,, court
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay date; subpoena, etc, is less than
Service. -seven (7) days, then the individual
9/3 4tchg 9/2.-BCT should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
NOTICE OF APPLICATION after receiving that notice. Telephone:
FOR TAX DEED , (904) 966-6260, if hearing impaired,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN '1-800-955-8770 (v). via Florida Relay
That DENTON II LLC Service.


Theholderofthefollowingcertificale(s)
has filed said certificates) fori the
tax deed to be issued -thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which .it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-00 '
Certificate:Number: 506


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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That WINDER VI LLC


See LEGALS page 6A


II.


DENMARK
FURNITURE
It's a fact, you can do better at
DENMARK'S.
434 W. Call St.
1 964-5827 1


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First Presbyterian
Church
921 E. Call St., Starke, FL
904-964-7937
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship J







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LEGALS
Continued from Page 5A

The holder of the followingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number 2009-0012
Certificate Number: 932
Parcel Number 06041-0-00301
Year of Issuance: 2007
Description of Property:
Beginning at a concrete monument
marking the South Half of the Northeast
One-Quarter of the Northeast One-
Quarter of Section 26, Township
8 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
County, Florida; thence South 363
feet to a concrete monument thence
West 153 feet; thence North 363 feet;
thence East 153 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Assessed To:
DEVELYN MATHEWS, DEVELYN
MATHEWS SMITH
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, in the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc, is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That WINDER VI LLC
The holder ofthefollowingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-0013
Certificate Number: 865
Parcel Number: 05383-0-00000
Year of Issuance: 2007
Description of Property:
A parcel of land located in Section
2, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows;
Commence at the Northeast comer
of the Northeast Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of said Section 2,
Township 8 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford Country, Florida, thence run
West:, along the North line of said
Section 2, a distance of 376, feet. to a
point; thence run South parallel to-the
East lin6 of said Secti6n 2',a distance
of 235 feet to a point; thence run
East, parallel to the North line of said
Section 2, a distance of 190 feet to
the Point of Beginning for the parcel
herein described; thence continue
East, parallerto the North line of said
Section 2, a distance of 186 feet to
a point on the East line of Section 2,
thence run North, along the East line
of said Section 2, a distance of 235
feet to the Northeast corner or said
Section 2; thence run West, along
the North line of said -Section 2, a
distance of 186 feet to a point; thence
run South, parallel to the East line of
said Section 2, a distance of 335 feet,
more or less, to the Point of'Beginning
for the parcel described herein.
Subject to the right of way of State
Road 100 and SE 38th Avenue.
Assessed To:
NANCY SHAW
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE.
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the
RECORDING DEPARTMENT no
later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE. If notice
to the individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc. is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone;
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That TARPON IV LLC
Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
*certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and names) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-0007
Certificate Number: 477
Parcel Number: 02297-0-00300
: Year of Issuance: 2007


Description of Property:
Commence at the Southeast comer
of the West Half of the Northeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Section 18, Township 6 South. Range
22 East, and run North 0 degrees
24 minutes 30 seconds West for
459.69 feet to Point of Beginning;
Thence South 89 degrees 35 minutes
30 seconds West for 208.72 feet,
thence South 0 degrees 24 minutes
30 seconds East for 208.72 feet,
thence North 89 degrees 35 minutes
30 seconds East for 208.72 feet,
thence North 0 degrees 24 minutes
30 seconds West for 208.72 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Containing
1.0 acre more or tess.
Assessed To:


CAPE INVESTMENT GROUP, INC.
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than sever
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc. is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired.
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That DENTON II LLC
The holderofthefollowingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-0015
Certificate Number: 379
Parcel Number: 01872-0-01100
Year of Issuance: 2007
Description of Property:
Lot 11, except right of way in
Peetsville, in Section 35, Township
5 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
County, Florida.
Assessed To:
LEDARION ALSTON
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
By LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
* CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
A reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding


or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
- RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc. is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That CRYSTAL I LLC
The holderofthefollowingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of property,
and name(s) in which it is assessed
are as follows:
File Number: 2009-0017
Certificate Number: 545
Parcel Number: 02672-0-00000
Year of Issuance: 2007
Description of Property:
Commence at Southwest corner of
Northwest �/ of Southwest 1/4,. run
East 510 feet for Point of Beginning;
North 200 feet, East 50 feet, South
200 feet, West 50 feet to Point of
Beginning. All being in Section 22,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida.
Assessed To:
TERRIES JACKSON
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNT*.LkERK OF
* "COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court


Assessed To:
BRENDA ADAMS, KENNETH
ADAMS
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT no later than seven
(7) days prior to the proceeding
at the BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the
individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc, is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
should contact the RECORDING
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible
after receiving that notice. Telephone:
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired,
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay
Service.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Executive Committee'of Florida
Works will hold a meeting on Tuesday,
Sept. 15 at 2:00 p.m. at Florida
Works, 4800 SW 13"1 St., Gainesville.
Contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
5148 with questions.
9/10 1tchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING ON A PROPOSED
RESOLUTION VACATING
LEWIS STREET, AND TO
CLOSE AND ABANDON LEWIS
STREET, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
You are hereby notified that the City
of Starke will hold a public hearing
at 7:00 p.m. on Sept. 22, 2009 to
consider a request to vacate the
platted road, Lewis Street, and to
renounce and disclaim any right of
the City of Starke and the public in
Lewis Street.
You are further notified that the City
of Starke will consider the adoption
of a resolution vacating said Road
and abandoning the above-described
street at - its regularly scheduled
meeting on Sept. 22, 2009, at 7:00
p.m. at the Starke City Hall in Starke,
Florida.
A copy of said resolution may be
inspected by any member of the public
at the office of the Clerk of the City of
Starke at City Hall in Starke, Florida.
On the date above-mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to this-proposed
resolution.
9/10 2tchg 9/17-BCT


hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-0630
AN ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE FUTURE LAND
USE PLAN MAP OF THE CITY OF
STARKE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,
AS AMENDED; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, S 090722 A, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDASTATUTES, ASAMENDED;
PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM COUNTY COMMERCIAL TO
CITY COMMERCIAL OF CERTAIN
LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE
LIMITS OF THE CITY OF STARKE;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;.
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matters will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and,
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
9/10 itchg-BCT
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
,Bids will be received by the Bradford
County School District Purchasing
Department, 501 - Washington
St., Starke, until 2:00 p.m., Sept.
24, 2009, for the furnishing of all
materials, labor and equipment for
the following project:
Bid No. 10-0924-1 Bradford County
School District reroofing of the
District Office Building No. 3 and
Multipurpose Building. Plans and
Specs may be obtained from NGI
Reprographics, 3239.SW 47 Avenue,
Suite 300 Gainesville, FL;' (352) 371-
5772 for the cost of printing and
shipping. Partial sets will not be
issued. There is a mandatory pre-
bid Tuesday, Sept. 17 @ 2:00pm
at the Maintenance Facilities, 519
North Orange Street West, Starke,
Florida; Richard Sapp, Director (904)
966-6752. If you have any questions
please contact Paul Stresing
Associates (386) .462-6407. The
Owner reserves the right to waive any
irregularities and minor technicalities
or to reject any and all bids
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:. The


at the BRADFORD COUNTY date, subpoena, etc, is less than NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Bradford County School District
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the seven (7) days, then the individual Spratlin Towing & Recovery, LLC., pledges itself to comply with the Civil
individual of a deposition, court should contact the RECORDING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien Rights Act of 1964 (PL-88-352).
date, subpoena, etc, is less than DEPARTMENT as soon as possible and intent to sell these vehicles on 9/10 2tchg 9/17-BCT
seven (7) days, then the individual after receiving that notice. Telephone: 09/28/2009 at 10:00 a.m. at 18536
should contact the RECORDING (904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired, US Hwy 301 N, Starke, Florida 32091-
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay 0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78 U NI0 N
after receiving that notice. Telephone: Service. of the Florida Statutes. Spratlin -
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired, 9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT Towing & Recovery, LLC. reserves NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay the right to accept or reject any and/ CONCERNING A SPECIAL USE
Service. NOTICE OF APPLICATION or all bids.
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT FOR TAX DEED 1FTYR44U03TA47142 PERMIT FOR A BORROW PIT
NOTICE16-HEREBY-GIVEN ' 2003 F1 p -- ------ ---;-- Er
" NOTICE OF APPLICATION Tnat E..LGI.B.LC .P.. ..-., - G1 H
FOR TAX DEED Theholdertriner llo ingcerltc.lei,~ . 1991 Che..e. c, .- "F-T"ID -' A. ' SERINr
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN has filed said certificates) for the 9/10 tchg-BCT AS THE PLANNING AND ZONING
That CRYSTAL I LLC tax deed to be issued thereon. The AS T PA"NNG ADZONN
Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s) certificate numbers) and year of NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF BOARD OF UNION COUNTY^
has filed said certificates) for the issuance, the description of property, .ORDINANCE FLORIDA AND THE BOARD OF
tax deed to be issued thereon. The and name(s) in which it is assessed BY THE CITY COMMISSION ADJUSTMENTS FORI - UNION
certificate numbers) and year of are as follows: OF THE CITY OF STARKE, COUNTY, FLORIDA. NOTICE IS
issuance, the description of property, File Number: 2009-0014 FLORIDA ThaEt pursuant to SectionsN 163.316
and names) in which it is assessed Certificate Number: 171 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that That pursuant to Sections 163.3164
are as follows: Parcel Number: 00868-0-00132 the ordinance, which title hereinafter ths-amrougnh 163.3215 Florida onSt Coatutes,
File Number: 2009-0011 Year of Issuance: 2007 appears, will be considered for Land Damendedr and the regulations asou
Certificate Number: 617 Description of Property: enactment by the City Commission amended, hevereinafter referred to. as
Parcel Number: 03255-0-00000 Description-Parcel 32 of the City of Starke, Florida, amended, hereinafter referred to.as
Year of Issuance: 2007 The South 132.00 feet of the North hereinafter referred to as the City the Land Development Regulations,
Description of Property: 264.00 feet of the West 330.00 feet Commission, at a public hearing on objections, recommendations, and
Commence 367.5 feet East of of the NW 1A of the SW �/4 of Section September 22, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., or comments conde scribed below, will
Northeast corner of Broadway and 11, Township 7 South, Range 21 as soon thereafter as the matter can use permit, as desbed below, will
Hoyt Streets, North 105 feet, East East, Bradford County, Florida, be heard, in the City Commission be heard by the Board of County
52.5 feet, South 105 feet, West 52.5 containing 1.0 acre, more or less. Meeting Room, City Hall, located at Commissioners of Union County.
feet to Point of Beginning. Lying in Reserving there from an easement 209 North Thompson Street, Starke, Florida, serving as the Planningt
Section 28, Township 6 South, Range for ingress, egress and utilities over Florida. 'Copies of said ordinance and Zoning Board of Union Coustment
22 East, Bradford County, Florida. the Easterly 15 feet thereof. Above may be inspected by any member forUnionCoud thy, BardofAdjusat a public
Assessed To: described parcel being conveyed with of the public tat.the Office of the City hearingion oSeteb 212, 009. @tc
MALLORY THOMAS, LEORA a 30.00 foot easement for ingress, Clerk, City Hall, located at 209 North h6:5ea0 p.mring on epteas ber 1, 2009t
THOMAS, SANDRAGRIFFIS, egress and utilities over the following Thompson Street, Starke, F orida, thereafter as
ROBBIE CRAVEN described parcel: The Northerly during regular business hours. On the matter can be hear, in the Board
All of the above property is located 30.00 feet of the Westerly 1040.00 the date, time and place first above Room, County Corthmmissioners Meetinged
in Bradford County, In the State of feet and the Easterly 30.00 feet of the mentioned, all interested parties may West, Maintrt, La
Florida. Westerly 345.00 feet of the northerly appear and be heard with respect to at 55 West Main Street Lake Butler
Unless such certificates) shall be 1238.00 feet of said NW 1/ of SW NA. the ordinance. sP-o Florida.
redeemed according to Law, the Above described parcel also being SP-09-01, an application by.New
property described in such certificate. conveyed with a right of ingress and ORDINANCE NO. 2009-0631 River Solid Waste 'Association, to
or certificates will be sold to the egress over the following described AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF request a Special Use Permit for
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD 'parcel: Commence at a concrete STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING a borrow pit operation pursuant to
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE, monument located at the Northwest THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY Section 14.7 Special Permits for Land
FL. on the 8th day of October, 2009, corner of the NE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT and Waterills,Dredn xcavation
at 11:00 a.m. Section 10, Township 7 South, Range CODE; RELATING TO THE and Mining, Lan Development
RAY NORMAN 21 East and run South 00 degrees, REZONING OF LESS THAN\TEN Regulations, ona parcel of land lying
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF 07 minutes and 19 seconds East, CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND, within Sectons22and 23,Township4
COURT along the Westerly boundary thereof, PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, Z South, Range 21 East, Union County,
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY 157.72 feet to the Southerly boundary 09-11, BY THE CITY COMMISSION; Being m Florida. particularly described as
CLERK of the right of way of County Road PROVIDING FOR REZONING Being more particularly described as
Individuals with disabilities needing"-,225 (formerly State Road S-225); FROM COUNTY COMMERCIAL A portion of the SE ws of the NE
a reasonable accommodation thence South 77 degrees, 14 minutes INTENSIVE (CI) TO CITY lyportion of thwesterly and adjacentE
to participate in this proceeding and 19 seconds East along said COMMERCIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN lying southwesterly and gradacent
should contact the RECORDING Southerly boundary, 405.77 feet to the LANDS WITHIN THE CORPORATE to NE 271h Avenue, a ounty grade
DEPARTMENT no later than seven centerline of an existing road for the LIMITS OF THE CITY OF STARKE, road and thirty feet southeasterly of
(7) days prior to the proceeding Point of Beginning (said road being FLORIDA; REPEALING ALL the centerline of NE 262" Avenue,
at the BRADFORD COUNTY 60 feet in width and lying 30 feet on ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND a portion of thvate grade road, alon withf the SE allin
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the each aide of a centerline described PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Seortion of the Nhip 4 Southe S, all inge
individual of a deposition, court as follows). From Point of Beginning The public hearing may be continued 21 East. 2 T wnthr with a4 ll of SW4 ofng
date, subpoena, etc, is less than thus described run South 00 degrees, to one or more future dates. Any h1eWast ehe ttwth, htofW �o
seven (7) days, then .the individual 07 minutes and 19 seconds East, interested party shall be advised the SW 4 subject to the.Right ofW.y
should contact the RECORDING parallel with the Westerly boundary that the date, time and place of any of NE 2616' Avenue, a county grade
DEPARTMENT as soon as possible of said NE 1 of NE �, a distance continuation of the public hearing road, along with a portion of the NW.
after receiving that notice. Telephone: of 378.18 feet; thence South 15 shall be announced during the /4 of the SW N/4yinsouthwesterly
(904) 966-6280, if hearing-impaired, degrees, 15 minutes and 41 seconds public hearing and that no further and adjacent to NE 271s Avenue, at
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida-RFelay West, 374.65 feet, thence South 20 notice concerning the matter will be county grade road, and subject to
Service. degrees, 44 minutes, and 49 seconds published: . the Right of Way ofNE 261 Avenue,
9/3 4tchg 9/24-BCT East, 333.96 feet to the end of said 60 All persons are advised that, if they a county grade roadalong with a
foot road and the beginning of a road decide to appeal any decisions made portion of the tSWl of the NW 'A
NOTICE OF APPLICATION 20 feet in width and lying 10 feet on at the public hearing, they will need lyin southweiterIy of and adjpbant
FOR TAX DEED each side of said centerline; thence a record of the proceedings and, toa E 271 Avenue, a county s rade
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN continue SoOth' '20 degrees, 44 , fbr such purpose, they may need to roadall in Section 23 ip 4
That CRYSTAL I LLC minutes and 49 seconds East, along ensure that a verbatim record of the south, Range 21 East. All said lands
Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s) said centerline,,,30.88 feet; thence proceedings is made, which record containing 130 acres,' more or less.
has filed said certificates) for the South 21 'd'rees,' 12 minutes and includes the testimony and evidence Any interested party shall be advised
tax deed to be issued thereon. The 57 seconds East, 438.28 feet to a set upon which the appeal is to be that the date, time a ndplice of any
certificate numbers) and year of Iron rod; thence South 21 degrees, based. continuatio f the public hearing
issuance, the description of property. 22 minutes and 11 seconds East, 9/10 Itchg-BCT shall be announced during the
and name(s) in which it is assessed 330.29 feet to an intersection with the public hearing and that no. frther
are as follows: centerline of a road 30 feet in width NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF notice concerning this matter will be
File Number: 2009-0016 and lying 15 feet on each side of the ORDINANCE BY THE CITY published, unless said continuation
Certificate Number: 244 following described centerline; thence COMMISSION OF THE CITY exceeds six calendar weeks from the
Parcel Number: 01207-0-00000 South 42 degrees, 52 minutes and 49 OF STARKE, FLORIDA date of the above referenced public
Year of Issuance: 2007 seconds West, 274.13 feet to a set NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that hearing. At the aforementioned public
Description of Property: iron rod; thence South 17 degrees, an ordinance, which title hereinafter hearing- all interested parties may
The N V/2 of the W '/2 of Lot 39 of 50 minutes and 25 seconds East, appears, will be considered for appeiar to bUse heard with respect to the
Woodlawn in Section 14. Township 418.91 feet to a set iron rod (last said enactment by the City Commission of Special Use Perm .
5 South, Range 22 East as per plat iron rod being 15.00 feet Northerly the City of Starke, Florida, hereinafter Copies of the special permits
recorded in Plat Book 1. Page 17, of the Southerly boundary of the SE referred to as the City Commission, application are available for blicr
of the public records of Bradford 'A of NE '/ of said Section 10 when at public hearing on September 22, inspect at the Office of the board
County, Florida. Subject to a 100-foot measured at right angles therefrom); 2009 at 7:00 p.m., or as soor thereafter of County Commissioners located
easement for a FPL power line. thence South 89..degrees 53 minutes as the matter can be heard..in the City at northeast 1 Street, Lake Butler,
Assessed To: and 43 seconds'East, parallel with Commission Meeting Room, City d ngregu ar b'uis ht if thhr
JAMES J. WARD last said Southerly boundary. 686 05 Hall, located at 209 North Thompson All persons are advise d that if theyision
All of the above property is located feet to an iron rod set on the Easterly Street, Starke. Florida Copies of said decide to appeal any decision
in Bradford County, In the. State of boundary of said SE 'A of NE % and .ordinance may be inspected by any made at the above reference public
Florida. the end of said centerline (last said member of the public at the Office of hearingoceed the will need tha record ofsuch
Unless such certifijqte(s) shall be iron rod being located 15.00 feet the City Clerk, City Hall, located at the purpose, theding, and that, ,foenr sure that
redeemed according to Law, the Northerly of the Southeast corner of 209 North Thompson Street, Starke. purposethemayneedtohensurethat
property described in such certificate said SE ' of NE '/4) Florida. during regular business ver atim r.cord oh dnn ,the pong


and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
9/3 2tchg 9/10-UCT:

NOTICE OF AUCTION
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
September 19, 2009 at 10:00 a.m.
located at 1015 SW 3rd Street, Lake
Butler, FL 32054 (behind the Lake:
Butler Apartments, Highway 121)a
Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the Storage.
Facility Act of the State of Florida, th.
following units will be foreclosed: .
Ray Conner- Unit#56 $561.99 !
Bart Clemens - Unit#68 $328.10
Steve Jones - Unit#58 $363.00
Anna Stewart - Unit#41 $170.00
Ursula Marlow - Unit#61 $308.60
Bennie Alexander - Unit#44 $204.50
Ivan Green- Unit#14 $167.00
9/10 2tchg 9/17-UCT;
PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
5.04 * Student Attendance
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To update;
Board Policies
SUMMARY: To update Board
Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office.
of the Superintendent of Schools, 551
SW Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida;
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. ano
4:00 p.m.
If a hearing is requested within 28;
days of this publication in accordance
with section 120.54 Florida Statutes:
it will be held on October 13, 2009,:
in the School Board Meeting Rooml
A complete text of this proposed ruled
may. be viewed in the Office of thd
Superintendent of Schools, 55 S.W4
6"h Street, Lake Butler, Florida.
9/101 tchg-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 63-2008-CA-000116
-DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
IRICHARD D. BROWN, et al,
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to .an Amended Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated Sept. 2, 2009
and entered in Case NO. 63-2008-
CA-000116 of the Circuit Court qf
the EIGHTH judicial Circuit in and
for UNION County, Florida whereih
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the
Plaintiff and RICHARD D. BROWN;
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
RICHARD D. BROWN N/K/A SUSAN
MADLUNS; THE
.UNKNOWN 'HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES,- ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS,CREDITORS,TRUSTEES,
OR OTHER i
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST,
CHARLOTTE B. MITCHELL,
DECEASED; TARRI K. MADLUNG-
SERGI A/K/A TARRI KATHRYNI
SERGI, ASAN HEIR OFTHE ESTATE
OF CHARLOTTE B: MITCHELL,
DECEASED; KENDALL RAYMOND
WOODLAND, AS AN HEIR OF
THE ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE B.
MITCHELL, DECEASED; KRISTEN
DANIELLE WOODLAND, ASAN HEIR
OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLOTTE
'B. MITCHELL, DECEASED"T' ANY
AND ,- ALL...,UNKNOWN' .PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,-,TFHROUGH, rFNDEfiR,
AND AGAINSTTHE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID.
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM:
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,:
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; TENANT #2 N/K/A
.JOHN DOE are the Defendants, I.will
*sell to the highest and best bidder
for. cash at FRONT DOOR OF THE
MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00a.m., on the
15"1h day of OCT, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT1iOFCREEKSIDESUBDIVISION.
AS PER UNRECORDED PLAT
THEREOF, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
AND:
A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST
1/4 OF THE NORTHEAST 174
OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP !6
SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA; BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER QF SAID SECTION
30 AND RUN THENCE SOUTH
01 .DEGREES 03 .MINUTES 43
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE EAST
BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION
30, A DISTANCE OF 63.59 FEET,
TO A POINT ON THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT-WAY-LINE OF STATE ROAD
NO. 18 (100 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY);
THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES 14
MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
WAY-LINE, 52.00 FEET TO TWE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
14 MINUTES 08 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-
OF WAY LINE, .183.63, FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 01 DEGREES
03 . MINUTES 43 SECONDS
EAST, PARALLEL TO SAID EAST
BOUNDARY, 320.00 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 88 DEGREES 14 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST PARALLEL
TO SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY .LINE, 183.63 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 01 DEGREES 03,MINUTES
43 SECONDS WEST PARALLEL TO
SAID EAST BOUNDARY, 320 FEET,
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE,
HOME LOCATED.THEREON AS A*
PERMANENT FIXTURE AND AN
APPURTENANCE THERETO. VIN
'NUMBERS FLHMLCB135917728A
AND FLHMLCB135917728B


A/K/A CR18 RR2 PO BOX 693, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054 '
Any person claiming an interest: in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on Sept. 3, 2009.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities . Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in"
this proceeding should contact (904)
496-3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD)- or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
9/10 2tchg 9/17-UCT


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Equine
workshop
Sept. 22
The University of Florida/
IFAS Bradford County
Extension Office in conjunction
with the Northeast Florida Beef
and Forage Group will hold an
Equine Management Workshop
titled "Controlling Your Horse"
from 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 22.
This program will provide
educational presentations on soil
testing, nutritional management
of metabolic disorders and bit
selection.
A sponsored meal will be
provided so reservations are
required. A registration fee of
$5 will be collected to cover the
costs associated with this event.
Contact the Bradford County
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224 by Sept. 21 to reserve your
spot at this exciting event. The
complete agenda is available at
brad ford.ifas.ufl.edu.
For individuals with
disabilities requiring special
accommodations, please contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at least five working days
prior to the program in order for
proper consideration to be given
to the request.

Focus on
the future
If you are 35 years or older and
have lost financial support, the
Displaced Homemaker Program
can help you make the transition
to the job market.
Free classes and workshops are
offered monthly. The next classes
start Oct. 5. Register by Oct. 2.
Develop self-sufficiency andc
confidence, learn job search and
interview skills, create a master
application and resume, and gain
basic computer skills. Finding
supportive friends is a plus.
Special topic workshops are
also offered covering health,
legal and employer issues.
Call the Displaced Homemaker
Program at Santa Fe College at
(352) 395-5047 to make an intake
screening appointment.


o LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL


LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL


WEIGHT


LOSS & WELLNESS CLINIC

Dr. Cindi Larimer
Board Certified Family Practice


Dr. Larimer.Before


Dr. Larimer After


~ Medically Supervised Weight Loss
* 3 Diet Plans Available: 1 natural and 2 medical prescriptions.
* Diet plans are based on client's health needs & desires.

~ Effective Medical Therapies for a Healthier, Happier Life
* Anti fatigue hormonal balancing.
* Post menopausal hormonal balancing. .
* Preventative strategies to lessen the effects of aging...
~ Community Lectures by Dr. Larimer - 5:30pm at Hospital:
S 't 1 7th Winht Loss SI cc trate ics


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* Sept 24th: Thyroid


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Speedville
plans
homecoming
The Speedville community is
planning a homecoming Oct. 3
that kicks off with a parade at 9
a.m. Entrants must fill out a form
to participate. The parade is
open to cars, motorcycles, bikes,
wagons, walkers and steppers.
The parade will feature the
homecoming king and queen,
mayor for the day and president
of the association, and will
recognize a chosen senior
citizen.
Homecoming will take place
at Speedville Community Park
and feature a car show (best car
wins a prize), games, music and
a variety of food vendors. Booth
and food vendors need to fill
out an entry .form and pay the -
application fee.
For more information, please
call Patsey White at (352) 475-
2157 or (352) 246-4725.

Participants
wanted for
Life Chain
Life Chain 2009 will take place
on Oct. 4 from 2-3 p.m. This is
an international hour of prayer
for the nation and a peaceful,
legal and' compassionate public
witness on behalf of the unborn
at risk of ekctive abortion.
Life C-hain participants will
stand and pray on the sidewal ks of
major roadways in cities across the
nation and Canada. Participants
will hold professionally printed
signs that proclaim, "Abortion
kills Children," Aqdoption 'Is
a Loving Option" and "Jesus
Forgives and Heals."
Life Chain is looking for
people who will be contact
persons for their church or
organization. Also. needed are
people to make phone calls. For
more information or to volunteer,
go to LifcChain.net or contact
Laura Finley at (904) 966-2498.


I CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT |
386-496-1878
235 SW 4th Avenue * Lake Butler, FL 32054
_I sandratyre@windstream.net


* Oct 1 st: Amino Acid Supplements & Weight Loss,
* Oct 8th: Abdominal Fat & Why It Is Killing You

Evening Appointments Available
For More Info. or To Schedule Your Appointment Call
(386) 496-1922
www.LakeButlerHospital.com


LOW COST RABIES

VACCINATION CLINIC

Lake Butler - Route 100
Across from the Union County Courthouse
.next to Puppy Luv Babies
Community Veterinary Services and
Dr. Cindy Rosenfeld will be in Lake Butler
with a mobile veterinary clinic.

Saturday, September 12th, 10AM to 1PM
Rabies vaccinations $10
(free exam)
Please have all cats in carriers and dogs: must be on a leash.
No credit or debit cards please
For moec information call (352) 485-2520


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Firefighters from Starke Fire-Rescue, including Bryan Stephens (above), Jerry Waters
and Derrick Dowdy (inset), along with personnel from Brbdford County Emergency
Medical Services, surpassed their fundraising goal and beat their personal record over
the weekend with their boot drive in support of the Muscular. Dystrophy Association.
Starke wanted to raise $2,600 for the organization this year, but actually raised $3.325,
according to MDA's Ericka Hatch. On a prior weekend, Hampton Volunteer Fire
Department also broke its previous record, collecting more than $850. Funds raised
by these agencies gives MDA the means to continue providing direct services to North
Florida children and adults with one of the 43 neuromuscular diseases covered by
MDA.


Preschool
and family
story times at
the library
Altrusa International of Starke
will begin evening story times


at the Bradford County Public BHS
Library on the third Tuesday of
each month at 6:30 p.m. Mary homecoming
Powell will conduct the first .,e o in
program on Sept. 22. vl a S
The Starke Kiwanis Club will parade apps
be sponsoring a family story .ik|lIe
time hourat 6:30 p.m.-on the first ,
Monday of each month beginning The Bradford High School
on Oct. 5. homecoming parade will be
Evening .programs 'are for held on Friday, Oct. 16, at I
kids in preschool through fifth p.m. Anyone interested in
grade. These story times are participating in the parade may
approximately 45 minutes and .pick up an entryform at Bradford
irfl&s -Zafft SYit atsd m andu - 'b,4SAR oot. rm .8 a in.-:':1i
refresh s. ien must be p.m. Pease contact Mrs. -uice
accompanied by an adult.
Visit the library at 456 W.Pratt at (904) 966-6075.
St. for a complete schedule of. The deadline to turn in forms
events, or call (904) 368-3911 for will be Wednesday, Sept 30,Q at
more information. 3:30 p.m.



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Much


-I


oved educator retires after 37 years


IBY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

Geraldine Griffis, 66 years
Soung, is best described as a
young \woman wvho's ne\er
been happy just to sit still.
She is the daughter of
Andre\\ F. Varnes and Mollie
Moore Varnes. She was born
and raised in Baker County,.
w here she attended school until
the seventh grade. Her father
worked at a Baker County
sawmill for a number of years
and was also a bus driver before
getting a job offer in Lake City
as a welder in a machine shop.
Griffis attended eighth grade
in Lake City then started the
ninth grade at Lake Butler
School when, she said. "the
old Mr. Tom Tatum of Tatum
Brothers in Lawtev found out
w\\here daddy lived and came
to see him, offering him a
head position at his mill." The
family moved again, this time
to Bradford County where
Griffis finished her ninth-grade
year and started the tenth grade
before she fell in love and
got married to her husband of
nearly 51 years, Alvin Griffis.
"When we were living in
Lake City, my dad was a
minister at Pine Grove Church
and he went around to the little
country areas and held home
prayer meetings. One family
involved in the prayer meetings
was Alvin's parents, Calvin
Griffis Sr. and Ruby Rachel
Thornton Griffis.
Although the families had
known each other for quite
some time, Geraldine and Alvin
had not exactly noticed each
other just yet.
One day after church,
Geraldine's parents decided to
stop by and visit the Griffises.
While there, Alvin showed up
with a couple of his friends
and this time, Geraldine took
notice.
"I took one look at him and
I thought he was the most
handsome thing in the world.
This was in the 50s now, and


he had this hairdo like Elvis,
had the white belt, white shoes,
.and, man, he was cool," she
said with a laugh. "From there,
I could never get him out of my
system."
Alvin was a senior in
high school and Geraldine a
freshman. He started going to
church to see Geraldine and
they started dating a little.
Alvin graduated from Lake
Butler School and was working
in the maintenance department
at the University of Florida
and Geraldine was in the tenth
grade when the two married.
"I was 15 years old, but that
\\as kind of normal back then.
He came from a good family
and my parents liked him."
Starting out, the couple lived
with Alvin's parents for a time
where Geraldine said she was
treated as if she were their
very own daughter. Geraldine
said .that growing up, she had a
wonderful mother who taught
her all the normal things a
woman should do around the
house. She was cooking by age
10 and helping with the other
household chores.
"I remember ironing daddy's
shirts with the old heavy flat
iron you heated on the stove,"
Geraldine said. She took what
she had learned at home and was
able to help her new mother-in-
law around the house.
She had her first child at the
age of 16, Randall Alvin Griffis
Sr., who is now 50. Soon after,
they moved in with one of
Alvin's sisters in Baker County.
To better support his family,
Alvin found a construction job
and they were able to rent a
place of their own.
Along came baby number
two, Gary Franklin Griffis,
now age 48. The family moved
to Raiford when the boys were
four and two years old. They
settled in a house that was on
the very same road where they
still live today.
Around the time Geraldine
was 21 or 22, Gary and Randall
were both in school and began
coming home with this new


math she wasn't familiar with.
She decided to take a night
course in math so she could
better understand the new math
and help the boys out. Once in
night school, Geraldine said
she realized that if she wanted
to continue to help her children,
she needed to further her own
education.
Perhaps at the age when most
are just about to complete their
college education and begin
thinking about a career and
settling down, Geraldine was a
married mother of two, working
a full-time job during the day,
and attending school two nights
a week at Union County Adult
School.
While working on her high
school diploma, Geraldine said
some of her teachers began
encouraging her to go to
college.
"In night classes, if someone
didn't understand s thing,
I would help th,' out. A
couple of my teac ers really
liked my work ethi and started
encouraging me to go to
college." Geraldine said.
This was something she had
not even thought about before.
She really didn't think she could
even afford to attend college,
but with the full support of her
husband, now a school board
member in Union County, she
decided that after she received
her diplom.i. she would check
into her options at Iake City
Community College.
There, she applied for a
number of grants and found
out about a program that, if she
were to go into education and
agree to remain in a rural county
as an educator for kumber of
years, the state would pay for
her to attend college.
She earned her associate's
degree then transferred to the
University of Florida where,
in May 1972. she graduated
with her bachelor's degree in
elementary education.
"I've been blessed beyond
measure." she said." because
it just so happened that one
of the second-grade teachers


Union County Superintendent of
Schools Carlton Faulk presents
Geraldine Griffis with an award for her
years of service to the Union County


School District.

in Lake Butler was going on
maternity leave during the last
two months of the school year.
so I had a job by April."
During hercareer in education
in Union County, Geraldine
taught second, third, and fifth
grade, exceptional student
education in grades 6-12. and
was a guidance counselor at
the high school. While,teaching
fifth grade. Geraldine furthered
her education by receiving her
certification in exceptional
student education, then her
master's degree in K-12
guidance. She was.then certified
in administration and returned
yet again-to the classroom for a
reading endorsement.
In addition. 12 years ago. she
graduated from cosmetology
school in Lake City.
"Even before cosmetology
school. I was cutting my own
hair and that of my children and
cutting hair and giving perm's to
my other family members and


if she would .consider taking
a full-time position as student
services coordinator while. still
allowing her to maintain her
part-time evening counseling
job there.
A month into her ne\\ job.
and Geraldine was asked to fill
in for Bradford High School's
guidance counselor who had
taken a leave of absence. After
completing the school year. she
returned to the career center
and then later transferred to a
, guidance counselor position at
Southside Elementar) School.
'Geraldine then went back
to Union County when a new'
' position came available. Under
a grant program, she took the
job of occupational specialist
at Union County High Schojol
before later becoming the
school's guidance counselor for
more than six years.
She was then given the
position of reading coach before


friends. I love
doing hair almost
as much as I
love educating
children," saidL
Geraldine.
She purchased
a salon on S.R.
121 in Raiford,
where she
continues to
work part time.
While she
was a guidance
counselor at
Union Count\
High School, she
. also began a two-
n i g ht - a - w c k
part-time job as
a counselor at the
Career Center in
Bradford County
which eventually
led to nine years,
in the Bradford
County School
District.
At the time,
the director at the
Career Center.
Millard Brown.
was impressed
by her and asked


Attention

UC fair

exhibitors
If you would like,., shqwy,
an exhibit in the-next-Bradfor,..
County Fair, the deadline date
to join the Union County 4-H
is Sept. ?0.
You can join 4-H at the
Union County Extension
Office, located at 25 NE 1st
St. in Lake Butler, Monday-
Friday, 8 a.m.-.4:30 p.m.
For more information,
contact the Union County
Extension Office at,.-386)
496-2321.


Join the

Junior

Friends of

the Library
Attention high school
students! Are you looking for
a fun way to make a positive
impact on your community
and earn volunteer hours'?
Join the Junior Friends of the
Library.
Become a member for $5
and spend a year playing video
games, watching movies,
helping out at the library and
much more.


'The Junior Friends meet
every school early release
Wednesday at 1 p.m. (all
(386) 496-3432 for more
information.

SREC now
serving

breakfast
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that the meal site located at 855
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or to make reservations, contact
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her last position as education
coordinator at Three Springs
of Union County, a juvenile
residential facility for male
sexual offenders aged 12-19.
Geraldine stayed there for
just over a year before deciding
to put in for retirement.
"I got things in order at -the
juvenile facility and started
thinking about the fact that
in addition to seven years at
the clothing factory. I' had
accumulated 37 years in
education." Geraldine said. "I
figured I needed to go ahead
and do some things I had
always wanted to do while I
was still physically able to."
Geraldine, who has i nine
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. said she plans
to spend a lot . more " time
with them, volunteering
at their schools. She i. also
devoting more time to helping
with the youth program is at
her church. New River New
Congregational Methodist
Church. More recently, she and
Alvin just returned from an
Alaskan cruise.
Not one to be able to stay
away from educating children.
Geraldine was right "there
among the teachers returning
fpr their first day of school
after the summer break.,,
"It was .so refrehin_' it. see
them. I felt a bit of sadness that
I was not going to be ap.lgrt of it
anymore," said Geraldin'e. "My
love is the children f'" I Inion
County. I appreciate the parents
of Union and Bradford County
for giving me the pleasure of
being a part of their children's
lives all these years."
Reflecting back. Geraldine
said there was never a time
When the children in her care got
on her nerves, and she always
treated students as if they were
her very own children. She's
not gone, .for good and plans to
be around from time to tii'ne as
a volunteer.
"I loved every single minute
of my 37 years. I have loved
those kids and they knew I
loved them," she said.


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Sept. 10, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 9A



Austrian students visit forme

foreign exchange host family in LB
U,,.


What's up at the UCLibrary this fall?
Programs begin on Wednesday, Sept. 16., at 10 a.m. and are held at
the same time each Wednesday and Thursday through Dec. 10.


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Sept. 23-24
Let's Grow Things
Sept. 30-Oct. I
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Oct. 7-8
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Oct. 14-15
Counting the 5 Senses
Oct. 21-22
Mice are Nice
Oct. 28-29
Hey, It's Halloween!
Nov. 4-5
I Want to Be an Indian


Nov. 11
No Program
Veteran's Day.


Thursday, Nov. 12
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Nov. 18-19
Thanksgiving is for
Family
Nov. 25426
No Program
Thanksgiving Holiday
Dec. 2-3
It's Christmas Time
Dec. 9
Let's Jingle Our Bells
at the Library
Dec. 10
No Program


Pre-school story time is
free and open to the
public. For more
information, call
(3.86)496-3432.


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Sardis Baptist . and offer.free items to the
accepting community. Don tions such
as cookware, clothing, books,
donations tools and anything that would
On Saturday, Oct. 17, from be appropriate for a garage
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Sardis Baptist sale will be placed on tables
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and schedule
wasthesame
every school
day. Not so
back home
in Austria
where high
school
consists of
14 different
courses
per school
year, with
fluctuating
times, dates
and classes.
While
attending
U n i o n
County High
School ,
Panzl said
her chosen
electives
were pottery
c la ss ,
ph y sical
education
and a
medical
class ,
where she
remembers
a big class


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During this past summer,
Lake Butler residents Richard
and Dale Tillis were treated to
a return visit by an exchange
student they hosted several
years ago.
Eva Panzl, now 19,came from
Austria to Lake Butler during
the 2005-2006 school year as
a foreign exchange student
through Rotary International.
During her reunion visit with
the Tillis family, she brought
along Paul Richter-Trummer,
20, who had also once come
to the United States as an
exchange student, staying with
a host family in Maine.
Now a couple, they decided
to take a vacation, or as they
say in Austria, "go on holiday"
to the United States, with
planned stops to see their host
families. Trummer described
his foreign exchange student
experience through American
Field Service as something that
matured him.
"Being able to get away from
home at age 17 matures you,
and changes your life forever,"
he said.
Back iri 2005, Panzl said she
lived with Sandra Gass for the
first half of the school year, then
.went to live with Richard and
Dale Tillis for the second half
of the school year. "I never had
pets before," she said. Sandra
had a cat and the Tillises had
a dog.
"The first thing J remember
about Dale is that Wftpq she saw
me, she turned and looked and
Richard and said, "You didn't
tell me she was a redhead!"
Panzl described her stay with
the Tillises as being with a host
family that was always busy
doing something.
"Family dinners were a big
deal with their children coming
home at least once a week for
a meal together," she recalled.
"The Tillis family) was happy
and carefree, and I felt a strong
sense of family there."
Both Panzl and Trummer are
ver fIluent in English, even
though German is ihe language
spoken in Austria. In Austria,
English is a required course that
_students begij i' elementary
school. '
Trummer said that what he
liked most about high school
in the United State was that
he could pick the courses he
wanted to take and that the hours

Swift Creek
Church
,homecoming
Sept. 27
The ,historic Swift Creek
Church in Hamilton County
north of White Springs, will
hold its annual homecoming on
Sept. 27.
Descendants of any pioneer
families who were involved in
the church are encouraged to
attend the homecoming event.
Services will begin with singing
at 10:45 a.m., followed by a
sermon delivered by the Rev.
Ed Dinkins, a retired United
Methodist Church pastor.


Women's
luncheon set
Sept. 17
The third annual Hats Off to
Women's Health luncheon will
be held on Thursday, Sept. 17,
from I1 a.m.-l p.m. at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
There 'will--be free food,
door prizes And lots of .fun.
The guest speaqlrs will be Dr.
Cindi Larimer of Lake Butler
Hospital, who will discuss
osteoporosis and hormone


replacement therapy. Also
speaking will be Dr. Joelle
Simon of Shands Medical
.Group, who will discuss
diabetes and hypertension,
and Courtney Smith of the
American Cancer Society, who
will provide information on
services offered through the
American Cancer Society.
This event is sponsored by
the UC Health Department and
Lake Butler Hospital. For more
information or to RSVP. contact
* Brenda Berchtold at (386) 496-
3211 or Liz Croft at events@
lakebutlerhospital .com.


project requiring students
to make a cell out of food.
Panzl said she found the idea
somewhat childish, considering
her educational background.
In Austria, school attendance
is compulsory for nine years
(generally to the age of 15),
then what is known as primary
education lasts for four years.
Primary education consists
of two main schools based
upon a student's grades. The
Gymnasium is offered for
gifted students and leads to the
Matura. a requirement to attend
a university. The Hauptschules
prepares students for vocational
education.
In Austrian schools, students
study subjects such as German.
English, French, mathematics.
physics, chemistry, geography,
biology, religion, history and
social sciences. Two foreign
language studies are required.
Educational differences
aside, Panzl said she found
another part of the high school
classroom quite different than
what she was accustomed to.
"It .was wveT?~~t3at you have
to 'aVk'lo o ffrflnrt pass
during class," she said. "In
Austria; if a student needed to
take a bathroom or cigarette
break,, they just got up and
went. If they missed something.

Dinner on the grounds will
--follow the church services.
Founded in 1822 by the
Methodist church, Swift Creek
Church is believed to be the
second oldest Protestant church
established in Florida,following
the acquisition from Spain in
1821. Swift Creek Church has
not been an active church for
more than 30 years now.
For m ore information about
the homecoming event,, please
contact Marjorie Fiske'at (352)
419-5066.
Submitted by Marjorie
Fiske.


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Paul Richter-Trummer, a former foreign exchange student from Austria,
with Richard and Dale Tillis of Lake Butler and Eva Panzl. Panzl, also
of Austria, stayed with the Tillis family four years ago as an exchange
student.


they missed it. The entire class When attending school jn
wasn't interrupted or stopped Lake Butler, Panzl said she
because of one student." was shocked to find so many
At UCHS, Panzl joined the girls discussing and having
girls weightlifting and track premarital sex at a young age
teams.Becauseshe wasenrolled and chalked it up to-the' same
as a tenth grade student, Panzl thought shared by many'others:
was required to take the writing there is nothing else to do here,
FCAT while here. no distractions.
She scored a Level 6, the Panzl and Trummer are
highest score possible on the both enrolled in college back
test. "I did better than the home in Austria. Traditionally.
students Ithat took .the test in a college education is free in
their, native language," Panzl Austria, but that free education
said.. is paid for by a sales tax rate
She remembers tihe writing of 20 percent, or 10 percent for
promrpt was whether or not she labor only services. Corporate
feltthe voting age in the United tax is around 24 percent and
States should be lowered to age individual income tax is 21-50
16. Panzl wrote her essay based percent.
on a "no" argument because, it.
doesn't make sense to her that During daily college classes
a person can begin driving at in Austria. students stay in
age 15 or 16, become legally the same room all day and
responsible for their own affairs the teachers switch out. Each
at age 18, then become of legal day is different, some with
drinking age at 21. classes lasting six hours, or
"In Austria, at the age of 16, even sometimes eight to 10
a person can legally purchase hours. Outside high school or
beer, wine and cigarettes.Then, college, Panzl said students
they can drive at the. age of do not generally work because
17 and buy hard liquor at age there is no time. There are also
18," Panzl said. "It makes more no sports programs offered
. ,,;eng -t-alsv when "you turn ' through the colleges.
1IFto nawte i arne" de results'' " *" lPanziffsstuidyiygiinifigement
of alcohol because you've in' business and the Russian
been legally drinking already, language. Trummer said he
whereas in the U.S., you drive wants to become a CEO in
at age 15 or 16, then introduce either sales and marketing or.
legal drinking at age 21." banking and finance.


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Garden Club of the Lakes members honor Ace Hardware Manager Kelly Thomas.
Shown are (1-r) Toni Dressier, Thomas, Cheryl Owen, and club President Zaire
Ankeney.




GCL surprises member


Last week, members of the
Garden Club of the Lakes
surprised Kelly Thomas at his
workplace with gifts and a
birthday cake. Thomas is lawn
and garden manager at Bryan's
Ace Hardware in Keystone
Heights.
But he is also a member of
the garden club, and was the
first token male allowed to join
around 26 years ago. At the
time, men were not allowed to
join and few cared to.
The club ladies thought it best
to let Thomas in because of his
position at the hardware store


and because, as some ladies
said last week, "We always
need someone around to pick
up heavy things and dig."
Thomas said he got interested
in gardening when his Georgia
grandmother, a midwife, taught
him about medicinal plants
and which plants to touch and
which to leave alone.
His own Putnam County
yard, he said, is a sort of
tropical jungle by design. The
yard is dormant now, he said,
and there's not a lot to do to
it but cut back the overgrowth
around his property.


Thomas said he enjoys his
role as a gardening teacher and
advisor while on the job at Ace
and often discusses plants and
gardening with his customers.
"I tell my customers, 'If your
yard doesn't look good, I don't
look good,'" he said.
These days, there are a
number of men in the Garden
Club of the Lakes, including
Thomas. When cl *jnembers
finally voted to allow males
into the club, he said he voted
against it. At the time, it was
one of few places women
could go to get away from their
husbands, he reasoned.


Public housing in


perspective: A timeline


BY JAMES WILLIAMS 1954
Monitor Editor ~ " :..The- Housing Ace of 1954
Public housing in Ihe"uT^rS ,,,, 'I -?fTnlT' al
was born during the Great 1958
Depression. Since then, public Two Cabrini extensions built,
housing has grown to become a reflecting the "urban renewal"
cabinet-level issue with a $30- approach. The buildings are
billion to $60-billiori dollar multi-story high rises.
budget. ? . 1962
The timeline below illustrates William Green Homes opened.
how national and local public 1965
housing has influenced life in The Public Housing
Bradford and the surrounding Administration, the U.S.
counties/, and.across the U.S. Housing Authority and the
1929 '" House and Home Financing
Stock market crashes. "Hobos" Agency become the U.S.
"Oakies," make )-4< their Department of Housing and
appearance. "Hoovervilles"- Urban Development. President
shack communities-spring up Lyndon Johnson makes HUD a
all over the U.S. Government cabinet level post.
estimates the U.S. homeless 1970
population at 1.5 million, about Sociologists determine
two percent of the population. substandard housing not the
1934 problem: it's the proportion of
The National Housing Act of a family's income needed to
1934 was designed to stem bank pay market rates for adequate
foreclosures on family homes; rental housing. HUD creates
prop up the mortgage and subsidies to help families pay
construction industries. NHA rent. Measure also designed to
also compounds segregation increase the inventory of private
and promotes suburban sprawl sector low-income housing.
1935 1972
In New York City, First Houses In Starke, THE apartments
is- dedicated by Mayor Fiorello built.
LaG'uardia and First Lady 1974
Eleanor Roosevelt on Lower Housing and Community
East Side. Development Act of 1974
1936 passed. HUD introduces
"I see one-third of a nation ill- Section 8 rental subsidies or
housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished," certificates to help pay rent
said Franklin Delano Roosevelt to private sector landlords. St.
in his second inaugural address. Louis dynamites its Pruitt-Igoe
Concept of public housing was project. No more high-rise
born. federal public housing is built.
1937 1976
The 1934 housing act's 'In Starke, single-level units,
companion piece this year Pine Forest Apartments, are
creates the Federal Housing built. Rents are based on
Administration and the Federal income. Some people pay lower
Savings and Loan Insurance amounts, others pay full price.
Corporation. 1981
1942 Housing and Community
The Frances Cabrini Rowhouses Development Act of 1981
are built in Chicago, integrated, establishes 30 percent of family
but largely populated with first income as rent level. Public
and second generation Italian housing entirely occupied by
immigrants. Many tenants households with half or less
worked in factories nearby. of the local median .income.
1949 Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne
The Housing Act of 1949 funds moves into Cabrini Green, says
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based on income. Some people
pay lower amounts, others pay
full price.
1985
In Starke, Bradford Village
Apartments built. Rents are
based on income. Some people
pay lower amounts, others pay
full price.
1986


Rotary gives to kick off


LAM fundraising in KH


After a presentation by
LAM Co-Directors Chip
Wester and Paula Buckner
last Friday, Rotary President
Harold Gilstrap presented a
club contribution to kickoff
the food pantry's building fund
campaign.
Gilstrap said he hoped the
contribution would encourage
other businessness, civic
groups and others to contribute
as well.


LAM has launched a drive
to raise $300,000 by the end
of the year, all of it to go
toward a new building. Costs
of building a new facility have
ranged as high as $600,000,
however, LAM already has
resources available to complete
the project.
A coalition of Lake Region
civic groups are planning the
Bob Canady Memorial Golf
Tournament on Saturday, Oct.


3, at the Keystone Heights Golf
and Country Club as part of the
effort.
A community Beach Bash is
planned later in the day, with
food, games, music and more
on the fundraising lineup.
Information will be available
on flyers in the area between
now and October. For further
information, call Ken Buckner
at (352) 478-2616, Chuck
Willis (352) 473-3886, or Sara
Matukaitus at (904) 699-2221.


Keystone Village Apartments
built in Bradford County near
Keystone Heights. Lawtey
Apartments built. Rents are
based on income. Some people
pay lower amounts, others pay
full price.
1992
86,000 public housing units
pronounced uninhabitable.
HUD announces plans
to disperse crime-ridden
communities and help residents
find private landlords in safer
neighborhoods. In Cabrini-
Green, seven year old Dantrell
Davis shot..,by -sniper as he.
-..holds manrn s hand.on'.way
to school. One Cabribi-Green
building demolished.
1995
Entire board of Chicago
Housing Agency resigns,
leaving control to federal
government. In Starke, Country
Club Woods, single-family
housing units are built. Rents
are based on income. Some
people pay lower amounts,


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others pay full price.
1996"
Florida Republican Rep. Clay
Shaw introduces The Personal
Responsibility and Work
Opportunity Reconciliation Act
of 1996, ,a shift in America's
concept of .the welfare state.
Bill Clinton says new law to
"end welfare as we know it."
1997
Nine-year-old girl found in a
seventh-floor Cabrini-Greene
stairwell after being raped,
beaten, choked, poisoned with
insecticide and scrawled on with
gang symbolsShe.survived but.
, as-blinded---- --...... ...
1998
HUD budget $32.8


billion. Clinton signs the
Quality Housing and Work
Responsibility Act. Allows one
pet per household and requires
non-exempt welfare recipients
to perform community service.
2002
President Bush stresses minority-
home ownership.
2005
HUD budget $31.3.billion.
President Bush committed to
adding 5.5 million minority;
homeowners by the end of the;
decade. HUD seeks legislation'
for no-down-payment:,-
Smortgages to purchasetheir first *
home, (.FHA required athre.a
See PUBLIC, p. 11A0


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Gallery opens


2 new shows


Melrose Bay Gallery artists
were busy over the summer,
tidying up and trimming the
walls of the gallery as well as
creating new paintings to put
on view.
The first exhibition of the
season opened last weekend,
with a one-woman show in
the front room and a group
show in the back.
Both shows are lovely, fresh
and highly accessible.
Ellen West. a former school'
principal, is one partAmerican
sculptor Judy Chicago. who
made a big splash with some
feminist dinner plates. Unlike
Chicago, however, West seems
to have no socio-political


PUBLIC:
Continued from p. 10A
percent down payment.) HUD
also stressed American Dream
downpayment initiative ($200
million) and Home Investment
'Partnerships Program ($2
.billion). Freedom to House
Initiative allows public housing
authorities to use local rather
'than national market rent rates.
SMore than one million minority
homeowners added since 2002.
In Starke, three-story
Whispering Oaks apartments
'built. Rents are based on
income. Some people pay lower
amounts, others pay full price.
,2007
'The chronically homeless with
extended or repeated episodes
of homelessness falls from
175,914 in 2005 to 123,833.
2009
Responding to , subprime


agenda. Another part of her
work nods to French Dadaist
Marcel Duchamp, who
first envisioned readymade
sculpture, incorporating
found, industrially made
objects into his work.
For this show, West
handpicked dinner and
service ware and epoxied
them, adding odds and ends
to give the plates and dishes
a new life as a decorative art
object. Everything from lead
type to Hershey's Kisses to
the caps off dog tick spray
cans to beads and seeds and
mirrors become part of the
mix. Sometimes, she includes
short poems that allude to or
are the intent of the piece.


mortgage crises * and
problematic economy, Obama
administration submits a $46.3
billion HUD budget in fiscal
year 2010, an increase of 10.8.
percent over the 2009 budget of
$41.8 billion.
Additional housing stimulus
funds, designed to prop up
construction and mortgage
industries, bring total housing
budget to more than $60
billion.
All of Cabrini-Green project
has been demolished except
original townhouses. Those are
remodeled and sold as luxury
housing. Most. former tenants
now dispersed around Chicago
and its suburbs.
In Starke,city council approves
Strawberry Fields Apartments,
more than 200 apartment units
in three floor structures. Rents
will be based on income. Some
,people pay lower atnounts,
A.others will pay full price.
Today
Approximately 3.5 million


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West's work will be on
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Soccer Club
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club has extended signups.
The registration fee is $60.
A uniform, jersey, shorts and
socks are supplied. Players
may register Monday through
Saturday 9 a.m. until 5 p.m., at
Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
Especially needed to fill up
teams are players ages six. to.
nine. McRae, Lake Butler, and
Starke students can be grouped
by team for easy carpooling.
Applicants should also ask
about scholarships when
needed.

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Transportation and
Infrastructure Committee will
meet on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at
I p.m., and on Tuesday, Sept.
29, at 1 p.m. in the meeting
room of the board of county
commissioners on the fourth
floor of the Clay County
administration building in
Green Cove Springs.
The meeting is open to the
public and all interested persons
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said. "The training \\e have
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BUDGET
Continued from Page 1A

customers are paying up front to
offset high bills down the road.
Customers have been paying
back the $200,000 loan through
their bills, and will continue to
do so through October.
Given that the city is short of
money to pay bills, City Clerk
Linda Johns, who said the
city only had around $8,000
remaining at the end of last
month, suggested the loan money
be used for that purpose. .
Chastain, however, insisted the
money be used for its original
purpose and given back to
customers through the process
of lowering monthly electric
bills. That didn't take place in
April, May and June as expected
because costs were milder than
expected during those months,
Operations Manager Ricky
Thompson said.
Even though customers are
currently payingback the FMPA
loan, costs should continue to be
lower over the next few months
as FMPA credits cities for the
excess reserve funds and long-
term gas purchasing contracts
come to an end, he said.
With no cost spike predicted in
the near future, that would leave
the $200,000 rate adjustment
funding available to be used at
a future date. Commissioner
Carolyn Spooner suggested the
winter months might be the time
to use that money to lower bills.
As for Chastain's request that
the $200,000 be reflected in the
budget, Finance Director Herb
Green said the money shouldn't
be shown in the budget. It has
been set aside as reserve cash,
but until customers have finished
paying back the loan in October,
it remains a liability for the city,
he said.
Ultimately, however, the
money was added to next year's



T.H.E.
Continued'from Page 1A

Even with stacked boxes in the
front room, her apartment was
livable and neatly, kept. She
tended a thriving.'-philodendron
on the walkwayrighi outside her
front door.
Edmunds said she had' not
been given written notice to
move. After HUD representative
Dave Madden..came by and told
her to pack up,'she filled out
the Whigpering Oaks housing
application.
She has been told that she's one,
of 17 families already accepted at
the newer, more upscale, HUD-
approved housing development.
She's been told which apartment
she'll be living in, though as of
last week, she hadn't ever seen
it.
Dinkins, Williams and Steele
represent three generations of
women "who live in the public
housing development. The three
sat in plastic chairs outside
Dinkins' apartment last week,
chatting with friends. Inside,
more piles of boxes could be seen,
waiting to be moved somewhere
else. In their case, though, the
three women had no idea where
they would be going next
Steele, representing the
youngest of the three generations,
wore a medical uniform and
works as a nursing aid at a Starke
senior care facility. She said she
was getting a little nervous about
where she. her mother and her
grandmother would go next.
The 20-something woman said
they had been to other area public
housing developments and filled
out an application. So far they
haven't been accepted anywhere.
They had been told there were no
units available.


"It's like everybody's scared of
us. They stereotype people who
live at T.H.E., like we're going
to cause trouble or tear up their
apartments."
When an application for HUD
subsidies and housing is reviewed.
families may be accepted. turned
down or put on a waiting list,
sometimes for years. Reasons
for turning an application down
include having a criminal record,
having a problematic credit
history or individuals or families
making too much money.
Kalista Morgan has two


our young soldiers to make
independent decisions when
necessary. Also, the training was
very valuable to the cohesiveness
and mission capability of the unit
for the upcoming deployment.
Our company will be in two
locations in Iraq, but. as a
company. we're 'One Team One
Fight."'


budget since Chastain seemed
concerned that the matter would
be forgotten and the money would
never be used benefit customers.


Most will pay
more for rec
With no financial support
pledged by the county, the city
commission is raising fees for
recreation participants who live
outside the city limits.
The approved fee schedule
for city residents is $300 for the
summer day camp, $75 for Babe
Ruth spring baseball and softball,
$50 for Babe Ruth fall baseball
and softball and $45 for"summer
youth softball.
County residents would pay
$40 more for most programs,
bringing the cost of the summer
day camp to $340, Babe Ruth
spring baseball and softball to
$115, Babe Ruth fall baseball
and softball to $60 and summer
youth softball to $85.
Other program costs are not
being affected.
The additional fee amounts are
based on the amount of money
the city was not collecting to
cover the costs of providing those
programs. Less is being charged
for the fall baseball and softball
programs, however, as they may
return to a more instructional
format with only a handful of
competitive games near the end.
- They higher fees had got been
included in the budget reviewed
at the workshop because
Thompson was going to speak
with the county one more time
about making a contribution to
recreation. Nothing changed in
terms of county government's
contribution, so the new fee
schedule was approved Tuesday
night.
The city commission claims
it's unfair that Starke taxpayers
partially shoulder the burden
of providing a rec department


children and once worked for the
prison system in Union County.
After a stroke, she could no
longer hold down the job.
"Let me tell you, I need a
job and I've been out looking
for work. People think all these
people in public housing have
to do is get a job and that will
solve everything. To have a job,
somebody has to hire- you first.
There just aren't any jobs out
there, and I've tried," she said.
Morgan has been in the housing
development only a few months
and now, she too must move
again. She's not sure where she
and her children will go next.
"If I didn't have a place in
public housing, me and my two
kids could be homeless," she
said.
HUD's action to cut subsidies'
to T.H.E. makes Morgan worry
about some of her neighbors. She
looks around the large housing


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for all participants when county
taxpayers pay nothing toward
recreation, particularly when 70"
percent of more of participants
live outside the city limits.
To spread the cost burden, the
city will charge county residents
more than those who live inside
the city.
Commissioner Travis Woods
said he hates being put in this
position. On the one hand he said
he doesn't want rates to be set so
high that some families will not
be able to afford to send their kids
to these programs. On the other
hand, the county isn't helping the
city pay for these services.
"The bottom line is, they're
not going to help us in any way,"
Woods said, and that means.
parents will have to make up the
difference through higher fees.
Spooner said she heard the
county commissioners say they
would be willing to help down
the line if they could, but Woods
said they've.been saying "if" for
a long time.


Budget

breakdown
Of the total recreation budget,
$396,000 is being transferred
from the general .fund and
$128,000 represens.A grant
'funding. The remaining $90,500
will be raised through fees
charged to participants. The total
rec budget amounts to $614,502,
(These amounts do not reflect
the higher fees just approved
for county residents, which will
result in additional revenue.)
The general fund comes in at
$3.8 million. Of that amount,
$1.27 million is earmarked for
administrative costs, $88,500
for the city garage, $1.56
million for law enforcement,
and almost $902,000 for the fire
department.
Salaries are not increased
for city employees under the


project's quadrangle.
"Many of these women have
never worked a day in their lives.
Many of them are old, they can't
work. Some have children. What
are they going to do? I worked
most of my life, I've got skills.
If I can't get a job, what are the
chances they can?


Garden club

formed in

Bradford
On Aug. 13, members of the
new Alligator Creek Garden
Club met at the Bradford County
Extension Office and passed
their bylaws..
Art Burnett, of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs,
installed the club's new officers:
President' Pat --Caren, Vice
President. Sylvia Stevenson,
Treasurer Jim Davis and
Secretary Jim DeValerio.
FFGC District IV Director
Carol Waters, President Zaire
Ankeney, Membership Chairman
Cheryl King and other members
of the Garden Club of the Lakes


proposed budget, but firefighters
will get more money if the
commission and union sign new
a contract as expected.
The street department fund is
set at $727,500, and impact fees
are projected at almost $142,000.
No more money is flowing into
the CRA, leaving available funds


also attended the installation
ceremony.
Founding members of the
club include Art Burnett. Shirley
Burnett, Pat Caren, Brian Davis,
Jim Davis, Jim DeValerio,
Jackie Host, Sylvia Stevenson,
David Stevenson, Paul Slit-l,-Ed
Valentine and Joan Valentine.
Garden club members
traditionally share garden tips,
plants and seeds at their meetings.
Other benefits members plan
to enjoy include' horticulture
programs about growing all
kinds of plants, landscape design,
flower ' arranging and other
related topics.
Vegetable gardening is of
particular interest to many of the
new club's members. The group
also plans on having field trips to


for redevelopment at-just under
$3.600.
The utility department budget
is $14.5 million, $10.3 million
of that is for electricity. More
than $1 million of that will
be transferred to the general
fund and street department.
The revenue also makes up for


Guardian

program needs

volunteers
Guardian ad Litem needs your 'elp.
Volunteer to advocate for the best interest
of abused and neglected children in the


The Bradford County Hlistoric Preservation Society would like to -thank the
following businesses and individuals who made our inaugural fund raiser the
"Sheriff Gordon Smith Roast" successful. We raised over three thousand
dollars and 94 meals for the food pantry. Who can we "Roast-" next year .?


American Paper
Autozone
Advance Auto Parts
Bradford County 1.1brary
Capital City Bank
Chamber of Commerce
Cherries Gnann
Chrissy's Restaurant
Cooter Bob
Community State Bank
Cowboys Steak House
CYS Pharmacy
Dana La Follette
Della Rosenberg
Denmark Furniture
Dotty & Doyle White
Dimples & Grady Overstreet
Florida Works
Hippodrome State Theatre
Hi'tchcock's Food Store
Julia's Florist
Katy Denmark


Lawtey Supermarket
Merle Norman
Monterey Wasdin
Office Shop
Rob & Kathie Pater
S & J Fitness
Starke Country Club
State Farm Insurance
Sonny's Restaurant
Teal Tile & Carpet
Telegraph Newspaper
Thomas Auto Parts
Totura's Hair Salon
Totura's Body Shop
Town & Country Ford
US Army Recruiters
Unik's Fashions
Walgreens & Mrs Fhurman
WEAG Radio Station
Western Steer Restaurant
Wha-te Tales Restaurant
Winn Dixie Food Store


Sheriff Gordon Smith

Fryers;

Barry Warren
'Dan Sikes'
Jimmy Smith
Judge Pierce
Sue Willingham

Servers;
Brenda Fortig
Ben Boulet
Carol Berry
Christine Peace
Dave Peace
Jackie cMrrow'
Jerry Williamc
Nichole Sweaton
Shelby Crowder
'Veronica Ol'iver
,Ia Fry * tickets


A special thanks..to all ho purchased tickets and became charter members of
the preservation society and to DJ's Boogie Knights for the musicc and ,ound.
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botanical' gardens ana nurseries.
Club goals are to promote
gardening, civic beautification
projects and conservation in the
Bradford County area.
The next meeting will be held
on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 7 p.m.: at
the Bradford County Extdnsion
Office. . Anyone interested
in joining the garden club is
encouraged to attend. Club
meetings will usually include a
.brief business meeting and an
educational program. This month
there will be a guest speaker,
Debbie Parmenter of Bradford
Middle School, who will speak
about her school's garden project.
For more information contact Pat
Caren by phone at (352) 485-2666
or e-mail pmrc423@aol.com.


revenue shortfalls in water and
sewer, which are budgeted at
$878,350 and $2.45 million,
respectively. The gas department
has a $927,000 budget.


court system.
In Bradford, Baker and Union counties,
there are over 90 children in the child
welfare systern..Help ensure these children
are heard. and'not forgotten.
No legal . background is necessary.
Training classes wilr begin Oct. 19.
Call (904) 966-6237 or go to www.
guardianadlitem.org.


BUDGET
Public Library
FY 2010


ESTIMATED REVENUE
State Aid
Local
LSTA grant
Interest
Misc Income
USF Reimbursment
Cash Carryover
Total

ESTIMATED EXPENSES
Salary Director
Wages Other
FICA
FRS
Health
Legal/Contractual
Audit
Office Rent
Communications
Supplies
Workers Comp'
Insurance
Travel
Repair & Maintenance
Fuel & Maintenance
Contingency
Automation
.Program Support
Advertising
Dues'
Equipment
'.Library Materials
Budgeted Reserve
Total


Cooperative



$319,000
$20,000
$28,284
$250
$500
$20,000
$21 9,000
$607,034


$49,522
$72,915
$9,369
$13,834-
$17,688
$44,905
$8,000
$T2,000
$34,000
$10,000
$4,500
$7,600
$5,400
$2,500
$2,000
$8,000
$3,000
$5,000
$2,500
$1,100
$4,560
$22,000
$54,100
$212,541
$607,034


The tentative, adopted and/or final budget are or
file in the above office. The public hearing to
approve this budget will be held on Thursday,
September 10, 20.09at 5pm at the office of New
River Solid Waste Facility.SR1 21 north of Raiford.


Pictured are (front-back, I-r) Pat Caren, Sylvia Stevenson, Jim DeValario, Jim Davis,
Brian Davis, Art Burnett, Shirley Burnett, Jackie Host, Carol Waters, Joan Valentine,
David Stevenson, Paul Still and Ed Valentine.


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



World-traveling family to help

raise funds for BC library , r


* BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Teleglpl/h Stiff Writer
The Cooney family--Mike,
Catrell, Morgan, Zach and
Harrison-have lots of stories
to tell, having traveled
throughout the world for
approximately a year.
Therefore, it is fitting the
family Nwill be part of an event
in Starke that will raise money
for the Bradford County Public
Library, which, of course, has
many stories to tell through the
books on its shelves.
Mike, the son of Harry and
Marianna Cooney, and Catrell,
the daughter of Grady and
Dimple Overstreet, will be
present along with their three
sons at the Starke Golf and
Country Club Monday, Oct.
12, from 1 1 a.m. until 2 p.m.
as part of an event presented
by the Friends of the Library
and the Altrusa Club of Starke.
Tickets for the event are $15


and may be purchased at the
Bradford County Public
Library or Dl)imple's Style
Shop.
Robert Perone, the director
of the Bradford County Public
Library, will schedule a
Friends of the Library meeting
before the event to determine
how the funds raised will be
used.
The event at the Starke Golf
and Country Club will be, in
essence, an adventure story
come to life. The Cooneys sold
all their possessions to take the
trip, an opportunity to give
teenagers Morgan, Zach and
Harrison a real-world
education and unforgettable
experiences before they go to
college. Their trip began in
Central America and has taken
them to New Zealand, where
they are currently located.
Travel blogs posted online at
www.cooneyworldadventure.


com have kept anyone
interested posted on the
family's experiences, but the
October event in Starke will
give people the chance to meet
and talk personally with each
family member and, perhaps,
pick up a few tips if you're
considering any kind of travel
abroad. Mike will give a brief
presentation on his family's
travels, while picture slides
will be shown continuously.
Following Mike's
presentation, each family
member will be located at
various locations at the country
club. Twins Morgan and Zach
\will show off their skills on the
didgeridoo, while Harrison
will play the guitar. Harrison
will probably also give a
demonstration of his culinary
skills.
For more information on the
See WORLD, p.'3B


The Cooney
family-
Morgan,
Harrison, Mike,
Catrell and
Zach-are
pictured at
Angkor Wat in
Cambodia.
They are
wrapping up a
yearlong trip
around the
world and will
visit Starke,
where Mike and
Catrell's
parents live, to
help raise
funds for the
Bradford
County Public
Library.


Lake Region

schools show


president's speech


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
At least three of the four
Lake Region schools aired
President Barack Obama's
speech to school children last
Tuesday.
At Melrose Elementary
School, Principal Montez
Wynn said Tuesday morning
the speech was to be aired,
live, at noon, on television sets
in all classrooms.
Parents were given the
option to have their children-
sent elsewhere during the
speech.
Nationally, some parents
and politicos stated the speech
was politically charged. Critics
especially pointed to study
materials that asked students to
write an essay stating how they
could help the president
achieve his educational goals.
White House staffers and the
president said the speech was
designed to be an
encouragement to study hard.
and stay in school.
Administration spokespersons
called the study materials
"inartfully prepared."
On Facebook, some Lake
Region parents responded to a
poll, stating that they did not
want their children to watch
the speech.
Wynn said parents of only
two Melrose students called to
say they wanted their children
to opt out. Both sets of parents
called back later to say they
had changed their minds and
did want their children to see
the speech. Wynn said she
would not be sure how many


parent would actually opt out
until noon.
The Melrose principal she
had not seen the study
materials, which were
available online. A study area
outside the classrooms had
been set aside for students who
had been opted out, Wynn
said.
It was a'similar story at
other schools.
At Keystone Heights
Elementary, Principal Mary
Mimbs said a form had been
sent home last Friday for
parents who wanted their
children to be opted out.
Parents of about 30 of the
school's students returned the
form, asking that their children
not watch the speech. There
too, some parents called back
to say they had changed their
minds, and wanted their
children to see the speech.
Since the speech had been
scheduled to be presented live
at noon, Eastern Time, Mimbs
said to avoid-the lunchtime
rush, KHES would tape the
speech and play it at 2:30 p.m.,
just before students left for the
day.
At Keystone Heights High
School, the speech was carried
live, but shown on cafeteria
TV monitors as well as in
classrooms. One KHHS staffer
said parents of about 25
students had opted to have
their children sent to the
reading room during the
president's speech.
There was no word from
McRae Elementary by press
time.


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Grouper Gregg's:


seafood and more by Kinglsey Lake store


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
T'Iliegraph Staff" Writer
People pumping gas at
Strickland's Store on S.R. 16
.,,\ find themselves overcome
A i[i aI sudden urge to enjoy a
: of fresh seafood or cut into
. certified Angus Beef steak.
liunger pangs can strike
llic and anyplace, but this
. has more to do with
:.t that many people who
)p to get gas or shop at the
,.mvenience store discoveri:a.,',
restaurant, Grouper Grcrgg'. is
located in the same building as
ihe convenience store.
"We get a lot of customers
who just find us by accident
and then become regular
customers," "said Gregg
Oebler, the executive chef of
Grouper Gregg's.
Oehler has worked in the
restaurant business since
graduating from high school.
He has been a certified chef-for
more than 30 years, so he
seemed like a good candidate
xven Owen Hilchey, who
,.wns the property, was
cookingg for someone to operate
a restaurant.
I.; first, Oehler, who was
working as a chef at Aerial's
Steak and Seafood in
Miodleburg, wasn't sure he
was interested. The more he
thought about it, however, the
more it made sense. A
restaurant would do well at
that location, he thought..
"I felt good about it,
kno, ing that if we had good
food at a reasonable price,
good service and a clean place,
we would do well," Oehler
said.


Early indications are good
after the restaurant opened in
late May.
"We're getting quite a few
repeat customers, which is
great," Oehler said. "We get a
lot of positive responses. We
(also) get some people who
want to give us constructive
criticism. I always welcome
that and act upon it."
Oehler listens to any
suggestions or criticism
...because .in the end, it's -all
,,ab.o.t. serving diners the best
way possible.
"We want people to come in
here, have a good time and
have a good meal," he said.
As advertised, Grouper
Gregg's offers seafood and
Certified Angus Beef steaks.
Seafood is offered in a variety
of combinations, as well as in
pasta dishes, and cooked in a
variety of ways. Oehler strives
to use fresh seafood from local
outlets. He added the grouper
the restaurant sells is indeed
real grouper bought from
reputable suppliers.
The menu also consists of
sandwiches, salads and soups,
with all salad dressings, soups
and sauces made on the
premises.
Plus, throw in appetizers and
homemade desserts, such as a
triple-layer ice cream pie, and
one would be hard-pressed to
not find something to order.
S"We.'e got something on
the menu for everybody,"
Oehler said.
Preparing menu items is
something Oehler is
experienced at and something
he has always found


Gregg Oehler, the executive chef of Grouper Gregg's, is pictured in the dining
or, om of the restaurant which opne n ae Ma.


interesting. In high school in
Jacksonville, he worked as a
dishwasher at a restaurant and
was fascinated to see the work
that went on in the kitchen. He
enjoyed watching the cooks
prepare steaks and seafood,
and especially enjoyed


watching them take 'rawvl: cooking meats, cooking steaks
ingredients and transform them and how to make things from
into soups and sauces. Oehler scratch, like soups and stuff,"
decided that's what he wanted Oehler said.
to do. He got a job at Mr. D's Oehler went through a
in Jacksonville. culinary arts program and
"I learned how to do the became certified by the
basic cooking there as far as American Culinary Federation.


Since then, he has worked at
many restaurants-mostly in
Jacksonville-but he does, not
know all he wants to know. He
has learned new ways of
preparing food from people he
worked under or from people
who worked under him. He
comes across recipes on the
Internet he'd like to try, or sees
something on a cooking show
that appeals to him.
"I learn stuff all the time,"
Oehler said.
Right now, he's still learning
the trends of the area where
Grouper Gregg's is located.
What day of the week is
busiest and at what time? How
is business on certain
holidays? Does it make sense
to remain open on those
holidays? What menu items
tend to be popular?
Those questions have no
answers when a restaurant is in
the planning stages, which.
leads to a bit of trepidation
prior to opening.
"You don't know what the
business is going to be like
because you don't have a
history yet," Oehlar said.
Grouper Gregg's does not
have much of a history yet,
having been open only three
months, but Oehler and a staff
of 10 full-time and part-time
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Around the world
The Cooney family has had
many enjoyable experiences
throughout its trip, which
began in Central America and
now has the family in New
Zealand, but something the
family could have done
without are the travels they
have had to take by bus, or
vehicles passing as buses.
Mike, Catrell, Morgan, Zach
and Harrison have opened up
their lives to anyone wishing
to follow their journey via
blogs they have posted on their
Web site. They have included
the good and the bad, and
judging from several blogs, the
bad includes bus travel, which
prompted Mike to address the
situation in a June 9 biog.
"I am sure you are asking
yourself, 'Why do they keep
taking bus rides if they're as
bad as he says?' The answer is
there are not many other
options. Flying is out of the
question because of cost, and if
(God forbid) there's a crash, I
want to be closer to the
ground. We had planned to
hire a taxi to drive us to one of
our destinations, but it cost
twice as much as the bus, plus
four of us would have been
crammed in the back seat for
three hours. A van was twice
as much as the taxi.
"So where did that leave us?
Another bus."
Mike wrote of one bus ride
the family took to Phnom
Penh, Cambodia. It was a
bumpy ride that featured the
almost constant sound of the
horn blaring. Mike said
Morgan calculated the bus
driver blew the horn more than
1,000 times in six hours.
"The reason fop the horn
blowing was because the road
was so narrow that two
vehicles could barely pass,"
Mike wrote. "In addition,
countless mopeds piled the
road in every direction, and it
was a courtesy to let them
know they were about to
become tire fodder. It was
literally a move-it-or-lose-it
scenario."
-Speaking- -of..- ,-countles's-.
mopeds, the family saw, plenty,
of those vehicles during their
stay in Ho Chi Minh City,
Vietnam.
"Ho Chi Minh City is home
to 'nine million people and


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Zach Cooney is pictured petting a kangaroo at
Australia Zoo, where he and brother Morgan worked
as volunteers.


almost as many mopeds, and at
any given minute at any given
hour on any given day, all the
mopeds are on the streets at the
same time," Mike wrote.
"That's along with the buses,
trucks, cars, taxis, cyclos (the
three-wheeled bike carts that
peddle people from point A to
point B) and bicycles."
.S.uch,, traffic would seem
sure to bring out the road rage
in all of us, but Mike wrote it
did not affect the Vietnamese,
whom he described as the
"most placid and unflappable
people I have ever
encountered."
"Although they do blow
their horns incessantly, it
almost always means, 'I am
approaching you at a high rate
of speed, and this is fair
warning that I won't hit you if
you don't hit me.' They never
get angry, use rude gestures or
yell at each other," Mike
wrote.
From the many mopeds,
incessant honking -and the
absence of any recognizable
traffic laws in Vietnam, the
family went to Australia,
where Mike wrote of scary
encounters with what
Australians call "road trains."
Road trains are over-the-road
trucks pulling three and
. rmctimes four. trailers full of_.
everything.from "cattle to fuel,,
to cotton balls," Mike wrote" .,
Signs posted in the Northern
Territory warned that road
trains can be up to 53.5 meters
in length (approximately 175


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feet), while signs in
Queensland warn that road
trains can be up to 50 meters in
length (approximately 164
feet). The camper van the
Cooneys were driving through
Australia was approximately
15 feet in length.
"The trucks are very
intimidating as they approach,
and I brace myself every time
they pass," Mike wrote. "The
force of the wind created by
the truck is bad enough, but
the three or four trailers that
follow create a shock wave
that feels like the van will be
blown off the road."
Maybe Mike had one of
those road trains on his mind
when he missed the turn-off to
Brisbane as the family was
driving to the Austalian coast.-
Zach actually asked his father
if the family had just passed
the road it was supposed to
take to Brisbane. Mike assured
him that wasn't it. Turns out,
Zach was right.
However, sometimes a
blunder can lead to an
unexpected opportunity.
"My driver status soon went


From nitwit to genius when it
was discovered the new route
took us through an area where
we might be able to see
platypuses in the wild," Mike
wrote.
Seeing a platypus in the wild
has been a goal of Morgan's.
Platypuses have been his
favorite animals since he was
6, he wrote, so he did not mind
the family's new travel route,
which took them to Broken
River.
"Once we arrived at Broken
River, I ran over, stopping at
the bank," Morgan wrote. "I
sat down and waited quietly. It
was only a few minutes before
I saw bubbles and ripples, and
then my first platypus. I was so
excited I could hardly stand
still. Within the next few
hours, we saw several popping
up every three to five
minutes."
Missing. the road, though,
had the family traveling 1,000
additional miles. It helped
bring the total mileage traveled
through the Australian
Outback to 5,2824 miles.
Mike's original estimate was
3,348 miles.
Also, Mike estimated the
family would spend $500 for
fuel.
"The grand total after 30
days of driving was $1,165.72,
more than twice my original
estimate," Mike wrote.
Australia was the most
expensive country the family
traveled through. With an
exchange rate of $1 U.S.
currency to $1.2 Australian
currency, what the family saw
on the sticker was close to
what they were actually
paying, but items there cost a
lot more than in the U.S. Mike
wrote that a case of Coke cost
approximately $12 there as
opposed to approximately $4
here, while a bag of ice there
went for $4.
"A restaurant in Darwin
advertised a lunch special for
$17.50 U.S. dollars," Mike
wrote. "We are more the $3.50
to $5 kind of people."
Mike wrote the camper van
the family was driving
averaged 22 miles per gallon,
but that gas went anywhere
from $4 to $5 per gallon. Fuel
in the Outback cost $7 jer
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It was quite different from
Vietnam. Vietnam was the
country with the highest
currency ratio (17,800 Dong to
$1), but it offered the cheapest
overall costs. The family was
able to reduce its daily budget
while in Vietnam, helping
recover from . higher-than-
expected costs., in southern
Africa. " . ''
As for the costs in Australia,
Mike wrote, "Let's just say
there will be a lot of 'Cup-a-
Soups' in our future. On
second thought, we may be
using cold water instead of
boiling water since the four-
pound tank of propane costs
$18 to refill. Cold soup,
anyone?" ..
Not all of the family's eye-
opening experiences have been
the result of nervous moments
on the road or price-sticker
shock. Morgan wrote of the


family's visit to Angkor Wat,
the temples in the jungle
outside of Siem Reap,
Cambodia. Morgan described
the temples as something you
would see in an Indiana Jones
movie.
: "In the' many years. since
these temples were built, they
now look as if they are part of
the jungle, complete with
massive fig and silk-cotton
trees growing from the
towers," Morgan wrote.
"While no people live in the
temples, there are plenty of
animals that are happy to make
their home in the ruins.
Monkeys, bats, lizards and
snakes are the temple locals."
It's no surprise Morgan
would write about the animals
living among the temples. He
and Zach love animals and
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GROUPER
Continued from page 2B
employees are working to
create that history. Oehler also
gets some assistance from his
wife, Debbie. She has a full-
time job as a bakery manager
for Winn Dixie in Middleburg,
but drives to the restaurant
after work to help out most
nights. Oehler laughed and
said, "I give her a couple of
nights off," but the reality is


Debbie can't be at the
restaurant every night because
she's involved in other
activities, such as barrel racing
and taking the couple's
German shepherd to agility
classes.
Oehler, though, you can find
at the restaurant every day. He
feels it is important for him to
get to know his customers and
try to create the best dining
experience possible.
"There are a lot of places to
eat. I know that," Oehler said.
"There are plenty of choices.
When they think about where
to eat, I want them to go,
'Let's go see Gregg over there.
We know him. We know his
wife. He's got a -good staff.
He's got good food. He's got a
nice little place.' That's being


there (every day) and gelltin
that rapport with customers."
Grouper Gregg's is open 10
a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-
Thursday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
Saturday and 8 a.m.-3 -p.m.
Sunday.

Lake Region
blood drive
planned
LifeSouth will hold a blood
drive on Saturday, Sept. 19.
One bloodmobile will be
located at Hitchcock's on S.R.
100 and a second one will be
at Harvey's on S.R. 21. The
blood drive will take place
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.


Nicula-Griffis
announce
engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicula
of Lawtey announce the
engagement of their daughter
Laura Ashley Nicula, to Dustin
Rodney Griffis, son of Rodney
Griffis and Kim Landry of
$tarke.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Bradford High
School, 2007 graduate of Santa
Fe Community College and is
currently enrolled in the Lake
City Nursing Program where
:Ne is scheduled to graduate in
ay 2010. The groom-elect is
2004 graduate of Bradford
,,gh School and is currently
'1ployed at GRU in
gKainesville.
* Nicula is the granddaughter
bf Mr. and Mrs. George
thuford and Mr. and Mrs.
1ick Nicula of Lawtey.
Jriffis is the grandson of Mr.
tnd Mrs. Merrill Griffis, Mr.
and Mrs. Sonny Tenly and the
great-grandson of Mrs. Viginia
hannon, all of Starke.
i The wedding is planned for
May 21, 2010, at Madison
Street Baptist Church in
Stake.

Douglass
family
reunion set
i The Frederick Douglass
fmily reunion will be held
Sunday, Sept. 20, at the Lake
Butler Community Center, 155
IW Third St., Lake Butler
ufom 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
In Lake Butler, off S.R. 100,
tm north on Lake Avenue at
the courthouse. The
community center is at the
lake. You are invited and
everyone is asked to bring a
covered dish to share.

theater needs
fingers,
..tors for
November
reduction
The Lake � Region
community Theater is seeking
-1hoir singers and actors for its
production of Jack Stella's
rOnce Upon A Village,"
which will be performed in
:-ovember.
.c The musical pageant covers
Ahe early years of this
country's forefathers and how
their belief in God brought
her across the ocean to form
I new colony and a new way
Rf life.
For more information,
lease call the Lake Region
community Theater at (352)
26-4082, or send e-mail
inquiries to
5rct09@embarqmail.com.

),ead with
Trees at Gold
,Head Park
Z The Keystone Public
-Library, the Melrose Public
,Library and Gold Head Branch
.State Park have pooled their
resourcess for an afternoon of
familyy literacy in a "cowboy
$.nd cowgirl" event at Gold
IHead Branch State Park on
Sunday, Sept. 13, from 2-4'
?m.
- Entrance to the park is free
vhen you show your library
ard, or with a donation of a
pew or gently used family-
1riendly book.
� There will be cowboy and
ovowgirl campfire stories,
crafts, music and snacks. Miss
jhris from the Keystone
Public Library will lead the
Florida Wild Turkey Dance.
The park rangers will lead a
special program. Melrose
librarian Sheree Simms will
elp children create a craft to
take home.
SGold Head is located at 6239
.R. 21 in Keystone Heights.
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I OBITUARIES


Willie Lee Cohens, Sr.

In Memory of
Willie Lee Cohens, Sr.
Sept. 25, 1951-Sept. 9, 2008

Mv husband, my best friend,
ntot a day goes by,
that I don't think of you.
I will forever love you.
The children, grandchildren,
family and friends
all miss you dearly.
Love always,
Your wife


Miranda Brown

Miranda Brown
LAWTEY-Miranda Grace
Brown, I. of Lawley, passed
away on Saturday, Sept. 5, 20090,
at E.T. York Hospice Center. She
was born in Gainesville on July
28,2008.
She is survived by- her parents,
Lawrence and Angela 13rown of
Lawtey; her sister, Alexis Brown;
her brother, Devin Brown; and her
grandparents, Edwin and Mary
Smith of Punta Gorda, and
Lawrence and Laurie Brown of
Sebring.
Funeral services for Miranda
will be held on Thursday, Sept.
10, at 2 p.m. at Archie Tanner
Funeral Services. The family will


receive friends one hour prior to
service.
Interment will follow at Santa
Fe Cemetery in Hampton. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests that
you make donations to Haven
Hospice, 4200 NW 90"' Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606, in
Miranda's name.
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archic
STanner Funeral Services, Starke.

Zachary
Crawford
TWIN CITY, GA.-Zachary
Crawford, 74, of Twin City, Ga.,
passed away Aug. 31, 2009.
Mr. Crawford was a born in
Starke on Sept. 1, 1934. He
retired from Brown and
Williamson Tobacco Company
after 32 years of services. He ewas
a member of the Eastwood Church
of God in Swainsboro, Ga., and
was a member of the Masonic
Order of the Blue Lodge #350 in
Gainesville.
Mr. Crawford is survived by:
his wife, Rebecca Lee Crawford
of Twin City, Ga.; daughters, Julie
Ann Douglas of Grovetown, Ga.,
Linda Dec Shaffer of Augusta,
Ga., and Brenda Lee Brantley of
Twin City, Ga.; a son, Thomas
Zachary Crawford of Starke;
brothers, DeWitt Crawford,
Rudolph Crawford and Anthony
Crawford, all of Florida; a sister,
Elizabeth Pierce of Orange Park:
14 grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, I.onnie Lonzo and
Annie Burney Crawford; brothers
Donahue Crawford, Lonnie L..
Crawford Jr., Neil Crawford and
Glen Crawford; and . his
stepdaughter Joni Marie
O'Shaugnessy.


Funeral services for Mr.
Crawford were held Sept. 2.
Interment followed in Coleman
Cemetery. Arrangements are
under the care of Tomlinson
Funeral Home Directors in
Georgia.


Clayborn
Driggers Jr.
LAKE BUTLER-Clayborn H.
Driggers Jr., 93, of Lake Butler
passed away on Thursday, Sept. 3,
2009, at Still. Waters Assisted
Living of Lake City after an
extended illness.
Mr. Driggers was born in Lake
Butler where he lived all his life.
He attended the University of
Florida. He retired in 1981 as a
compliance officer with the U.S.
Department of Labor. He was a
U.S. Coast Guard veteran of
WWII. He was a member of
F&AM Lodge #52 of Lake Butler,
the Shriner's Morocco Temple of
Jacksonville and the American
Legion. He was a lifetime and
active member of the First United
Methodist Church of Lake Butler.
He was the son of the late
Clayborn H. Driggers Sr. and
Ruby Robarts Driggers. He was
preceded in death by his brother,
Robert A. Driggers.
Mr. Driggers is survived by: his
wife of 73 years, Irene Marguerite
Spires Driggers of Lake Butler;
one daughter, Marguerite (Wayne)
Larkin of Gainesville; one son,
Clay (Cassie) Driggers of Lake
Butler; six grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Sept. 7 at the First United
Methodist Church of Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of
arrangements.


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STARKE-Charlecs D.
McCullough, 82, of Starke, passed
away on Wednesday, Sept. 2,
2009.
Mr. McCullough was born in
Molehill, W.Va., on Jan. 14, 1927,
to the late Charles McCullough
and Alice Darnell McCullough.
Mr. McCullough retired from
DuPont after many years of
faithful service and was a member
of the Seventh-Day Adventist
Church. He is preceded in death
by his wife of 56 years, Lois R.
McCullough.
He is survived by: his children,
Cyndy (Arnold) Weeks and Sandy
(Todd) Schmidt, both of Starke;
and his grandchildren, David
Charles Weeks and Samantha
Lynne Schmidt.
A memorial service honoring
the life Mr. McCullough will be
held at a later date.
.Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services, Starke.

John Ryan Sr.
LULU-John P. Ryan Sr., 76,
of Lulu, passed away on Saturday,
Sept. 5, 2009, at his home after an
extended illness.
Mr. Ryan was born in Lake
Butler, living in Lulu for the last
58 years. He was the son of the
late Elzie C. Ryan and Norma'P.
Tolar Ryan. He graduated from
Union County High School and
was in the U.S. Army for 22 years
before he retired. He owned and
operated Olustee Creek Nursery
for many years. He-and his wife
had the Annual Day Lilly Show
every Memorial Day. He was a
driver for Swannee Valley 4 Cs
Transportation until 2005. He was
a member of the Military Officers
Association and a, member of the
Lulu Advent Christian Church.
He was preceded in death by
three brothers: Dennis, Ewell and
Rupert Ryan; arid five sisters:
Edwina Moody, Yvonne Nieland,
Venny Wheeler, Hazel L'Engle
and Norma Jean Lyons.
He is survived by: his wife of
58 years, Quinelle Croft Ryan;
three daughters: Sherry Ryan
Shane of Lulu, Valerie Raymond
of Tampa, and Amy Fernandez of
Lulu; one son, John P. Ryan Jr. of
Lake City; one brother, Kent Ryan
of Bangkok; one sister,
Gwendolyn Baumgardner of
Perry; II grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services we're held
Sept. 8 in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of
arrangements.


George Julian Scott

George Scott
STARKE-George Julian
Scott, 57, of Starke, passed away
on Friday, Sept. 4, 2009.
Mr. Scott was born in
Gainesville on Oct. 14, 1951, to
the late Julian Daniel Scott and
Edna Markham Scott. He was a
member of Bradford Baptist
Church. He was preceded in death
by: his brothers, Edwin.Scott, T.D.
Scott, and Bruce Scott; his sister,
Julia Dee Hooten; and eight nieces
and nephews.
He is'. survived by: his wife of
20 years, Liz Ann Scott of Starke;
his children, Shawn William
(Shawna) Scott of Columbus, Ga.,
Marie (fiance David) Manning
and Robert (Terri Lynn)
Doughman of Starke, and James
(Corrina) Vaughn of Lake Butler;
his 'brother, Neil Scott; his sister;
Edwina Willis; and 11
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on
Sept. 8 at Bradford Baptist Church


I


Wanda Taylor


Wanda Taylor
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Wanda Jean Taylor, 59, of
Keystone Heights, passed away
Sunday, Sept. 6, 2009, at Haven
Hospice Roberts Care Center
following an extended illness.
A native of Jacksonville, she
had lived in Keystone Heights for
the past three years after coming
from Las Vegas, Nev.
Mrs. Taylor grew up in
Callahan butt moved all over while
working as a power line inspector
and was a member of IBEW, the
International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers.
. She was preceded in death by.
her father, Thomas -.Marvin
Brandies Sr., and a sister, Sandra
Lee Austin.
She is survived by: her mother,,
Wylene Brandies of Keystone,
Heights; three sons, William'
Wright of Baxley, Ga., Raymond'
Wright of Baldwin, and Bart
(Jennifer) Brandies of Keystone
Heights; a daughter,: ' Prisila
Brandies of Keystone Heights; a
brother, Thomas., Brandies of
Callahan;' two sisters, Sally
(William) 'Linion'f fhd Ceiea 1
(Jimmy) Andrews, both of
Keystone Heights; and eight,
grandchildren.
Private family services will he,
held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that memorial donations
be made in her memory to Haven
Hospice Roberts Care Center,
6400 St. Johns Avenue, Palatka,
FL 32177.
Memorials and condolences can
be sent to the family at
www.JohnsonOverturfFunerals.co
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Arrangements are under the
direction of Johnson-Overturf
Funeral Home in Palatka.





The family of Florence
Bright Williams would
like to express their
thanks to all relatives,
friends, neighbors and the
Community of Lawtey.
We would like to thank
everyone for the cards,
phone calls and flowers.
You helped to make a very
difficult time easier May
God bless each of you in
a very special way.
The Family of Florence,
Bright Williams


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Esther Slasor
MELROSE- Esther Slasor, 86,
of Melrose passed away at her.
residence on Monday, Sept. 7,,
2009.
Mrs. Slasor was born in Port
Washington, Penn., on Oct. 22,
1912, to the late Albert and Mary,
(Sausser) Craig.
Mrs. Salsor was a homemaker.
and resident of Melrose since
1971. She was preceded in death
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Sept. 10, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR Page 7B


FHP sets

checkpoints
The Florida High\\ a Patrol
will be conducting dri\cr's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the follow inC
locations in Bradlord and
Union counties:
* Bradford County-C.'R.
230, C.R. 100A. C.R. 231,
C.R. 225. C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16,
C.R. 227. Speedville Road,
Market Road. C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177"' St.. S.R. 231,
C.R. 235, SW 75'" St.
* Union CounLt -C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R. 231.

Minor injuries

in BC crash
A two-car collision on Sept.
3 resulted in only minor
injuries to one of the drivers.
According to the report filed
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper K.M. Boatright Jr., a
2002 Saturn sedan was being
driven by Judith C. Hayes of
Starke at about 8:30 a.m.
eastbound on C.R. 225 near
the intersection of S.R. 16.
A 1999 Ford pickup was
being driven by Robert C. Polk
of Starke northbound on S.R.
16. Hayes allegedly failed to
see the approaching Polk and
pulled into the intersection.
The front of Hayes' vehicle
struck the left rear of Polk's
vehicle, spinning it around and
flipping it onto its roof.
Polk sustained minor
injuries and was transported to
Shands UF. Hayes was not
injured. Damage to the Saturn
was estimated at $2,000.
Damage to the Ford was
estimated at $5,000.
Hayes received a citation for
violation of the right of way.

Recent
arrests in
Bradford,

Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone. Heights area)
counties:
Christopher James Williams,
19, of Starke was arrested
Aug. 31 by Bradford County
Sheriffs . Office , (BCSO)
4IOpMthis in, 4,.\ (Pounty,
warrant for having no valid'
driver's license. Bond was set
at $1,006 and he was turned
over to Clay County Sept. 1.
Henry Wimberly, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 4 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies on warrants for
burglary of a structure and
petit theft.
Jason Raper, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 6 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court.
Anthony Beard Tyson, 38,
of Starke was arrested Aug. 31
by Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
two counts of possession or
sale of illegal substances, one
count of battery and resisting
an officer without violence.
Total bond was set at $56,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time;
Thomas M. Britton, 34, of


Forked River, N.J., was
arrested Aug. 31 by BCSO
deputies on two counts of
larceny with damage to a
utility and two counts of
criminal mischief. Total bond
was set at $40,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Rachelle Leigh Rooks, 26,
of High Springs was arrested
Sept. I by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
burglary of a dwelling and
dealing in stolen property.
Total bond was set at $20,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Sean Christopher Smith, 31,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 1 by parole and probation
officers on an out-of-county
warrant. He was being held on
no bond.
Annie Ruth Miller, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
I by BCSO deputies for grand
theft. Bond was set at $5,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Gordon Chris Crawford, 51,
of Starke was arrested Sept. I
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 2.
Sara Lisa-Marie Fulgham,
19, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 1 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 2.
Shandah Michelle Crawford,
35, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 1, by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 2.
Wellestely Daniel Madurie,
34, of Clewiston was arrested
Sept. 2 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. He
purged ' a charge by paying
$400 on Sept. 2.
Wesley Bailey, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 2 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 2.
Jeremy Jason Wideman, 20,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 2
by BCSO deputies on an out-
of-county warrant. He was
released on his own
recognizance Sept. 2.
Herbert Quinn Gatment, 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 2 by BCSO deputies on
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Jason Wayne Crews, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 2 by SPD officers for
lewd or lascivious act on a
victim 12-15 years old. He was


also arrested on a Bradford
warrant for failure to appear in
court on bail for an original
misdemeanor charge and on an
out-of-county warrant. Total
bond was set at $305,502 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Douglas Lewis, 51, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 2 by
SPD officers for retail theft
and resisting a merchant. Bond
on the theft charge was set at
$500. He was being held on no
bond for the resisting charge.
Willie Clifford Hill, 44, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 2 by
SPD officers for vioaltion of
probation. Bond was set at
$2,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Yontekwa Marel Albritton,
21, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 2 by BCSO deputies for
battery on a police officer and
resisting an officer with
violence. Total bond was set at
$5,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 3.
Robbie E. Reid, 24, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 3 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Sept. 8.
Jason Dwight Kirk, 24, otf
Bryceville was arrested Sept. 3
by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers on
an' out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $1,503 and he
was released on bond Sept. 3.
Lawrence Dale Parrish, 45,
of Baldwin was arrested Sept.
3 by Florida Highway Patrol
troopers for DUI. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he was released
on bond Sept. 4.
David Lee Morris, 47, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 3
by HPD officers for possession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis, driving while license
is suspended or revoked and
having an expired driver's
license for more than four
months. Total bond was set at
$3,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.

James William Lewis, 40, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
3 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail for failure to
appear in court on an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance Sept. 4.
Gerald William McPeak, 41,
of St. Augustine was arrested r
Sept. 3 by BCSO deputies for
burglary of an -unoccupied,,-
structure, grand theft and
criminal mischief. Total bond
was set at $45,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
David Charles Woods, 34,


of Starke was arrested Sept. 3
by BCSO deputies on two
counts of aggravated battery.
Total bond was set at $20,000
and he was released on bond
Sept. 4.
Misti Dawn Lawson, 39, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of drug paraphernalia. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 4.
Leslie Edward Jackson, 41,
of Hampton was arrested Sept.
4 by BCSO deputies for
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis. Total bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond Sept. 4.
Ronald N. Cooper, 55, of
Melrose was arrested Sept. 4
by BCSO deputies on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $15,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Danny Laymon Tunstall, 46,
of Bartow was arrested Sept. 4
by SPD officers for stalking.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 6.
Charles Eric Arnold, 55, of
West End, N.C., was arrested
Sept. 4 by SPD officers for
trespassing. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Ricky Lamar Faulkner Jr.,
30, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 4 by BCSO deputies for
non-support. He purged the
charge by paying $385 Sept. 4.
Edward Dean Baker, 30, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 4
by BCSO deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance and sale of a
controlled substance. Total
bond was set at $200,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Tressen Keith Risby, 18, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Sept. 5.
Linda Sue Walker, 47, of
Melrose was arrested Sept. 5
by BCSO deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond Sept.
5.
Joseph Kevin Cordell, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 5 by BCSO deputies for


driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond Sept. 5.
Anthony Scott Payne, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 5 by BCSO deputies for
operating a vehicle without a
license plate. He was released
on his own recognizance Sept.
5.
Kirwin N. Houseman 111, 24,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 5
by BCSO deputies on 'an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $1,504 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Tyeoka L. Lewis-Adkins,
22, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 5 by BCSO
deputies for filing a false
police report. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 7.
Christopher Adam Franssen
Sr., ..,27, of Melrose was
arrested Sept. 6 by BCSO
deputies for battery. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond Sept. 6.
Alexander Bernard
Williams, 35, of Starke was
arrested Sept. 6 by BCSO.
deputies on three out-of-
county warrants. He was being
held on no bond.
Kathleen Olga Cline,.35, of
Melrose was arrested Sept; 6
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond Sept.
6.
David Wayne
Higginbotham, 49, of'
Worthington Springs was
arrested Sept. 6 by BCSO
deputies for burglary and
grand theft. Total bond was set.
at $15,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Brandon Scott Wynne, 27,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 7
by BCSO deputies for
burglary. Bond was set at
$2,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Richard Dewayne Tyler, 43,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 7
by SPD officers for violation
of probation. He was being
held on no bond.
Dwight Edward Emery,. 49,
of Brooker was arrested Sept.
7 by BCSO deputies for grand
theft, grand theft of a -firearm,
possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, exploitation of
the elderly and driving while


license is suspended or
revoked. Total bond was set at
$50,500 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Willis Ferrell Melton, 57, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept.
7 by FHP troopers and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
for DUI. He was being held on
no bond.
Edward Arnold Eldredge,
35, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 7 by SPD officers for
disorderly intoxication. He was
being held on no bond.
Heather Rose Strickland, 21,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 8
by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis. She was
being held on no bond.
Thomas Wayne Powell, 31,
of Lake Butler was arrested
rSept, I by Union County
Sheriff's Office (UCSO)
Deputy John Gootee for
resisting a law enforcement
officer after allegedly refusing
to comply with instructions
given by Gootee.
Teavon Williams, 18, of
Lake Butler was arrested Aug.
26 by. UCSO Deputy Leslie
Crews for -two counts of
burglary of a structure or
conveyance and one count of
petit theft.
* Kimberly Marie Kuligowski,
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Aug. 26 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on an Alachua
County warrant for failure to
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felony offense. Bond was set at
$10,000.
Henry Jackson, 41, of
Gaineville was arrested Aug.
25 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a writ of bodily
attachment for contempt of
court-child support. He may
purge the charge by paying
$680.
James Barney Dowdy, 44, of
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Tigers score 20 unanswered points to beat Forest 27-24


Just bh lore the llnion
('oinlt\ I'oothi all team ran onto
the field, a clip of the movie
'300" \\s played on the
scoreboard replay screen-the
scene \\ here the Spartan
warrior r tells the tale of the
brave 300.
No one could have imagined
ho\\ prophetic that clip would
be as the Tigers fought to a 27-
24 come-from-behind victory
O\er Class 6A Ocala Forest
Sept. 4 in Lake Butler.
Facing a huge size
disadvantage on the line of
scrimmage, the Tigers, led by
big tackles from linebacker
Mason Dukes, managed to
stall the first Forest drive at the
Union 13-yard line. Chris
Veron easily booted a 30-yard
field goal to give the Wildcats
a 3-0 lead.
Bryan Holmes brought the
ensuing kickoff to the 40-yard
line, where he was run out of
hounds by the kicker, Veron.
Holmes would quickly get
another chance to showcase his
return skills after the Tigers
offense was stopped and Forest
got into the end zone on a I-
yard plunge by James Reid
over right guard to give the
visitors a 10-0 lead with just
over 2 minutes left in the first
quarter.
The Tigers' offensive and
defensive units took a
pounding in the first and
second quarters, with the
majority of the hits coming
between the hash marks.
"Early on, I was worried.
Those guys are so doggone
big", Union head coach
Andrew Zow said.
Down 17-0 after a I-yard
sneak by Forest quarterback
Zack Welch, Holmes took a


Union County linebacker Mason Dukes (right) chases down a Forest player.


daredevil-styled kickoff return
across midfield, giving the
Tigers prime field position.
The Union offense went to a
spread formation and mounted
its first drive deep in Forest
territory, but a tipped Chris
Alexander pass at the 3-yard
line resulted in a 77-yard
interception return, erasing the
scoring chance.
With Forest and the ball at
the Union 20, the 12th man (the
fans in purple in gold) shouted,
"defense," and rang cowbells
in hopes of rallying the
defense to a stop in the red


zone. The defense obliged,
forcing a three-and-out and
even pushing Forest back to
the 24. Veron's 41-yard field-
goal try had the distance, but
was wide right all the way.
The Union offense took the
field with just seconds left in
the half.
On first-and-10, a long
screen pass and run, from
Alexander to Holmes, was
called back, leaving the Tigers
'facing first-and-15 on their
own 15 with 1.3 seconds
remaining on the game clock.
Alexander took the next snap


from center, sprinted right and
launched the ball to the 50-
yard line, where an open
Quentin Johnson snagged the
pass. Johnson outran the Forest
secondary to the end zone as
the first-half buzzer sounded
for the Tigers' first score of the
night.
When, play resumed, the
Tigers' halftime adjustments
seemed to make a huge impact.
Dukes and defensive end
Lonnie Gosha led the defense
in holding Forest to one more
score the rest of the evening.
The Wildcats' troubles were


Union set to play Hamilton County...again


BY CLIFF SMELLEY DJ. Paige had a 45-yard
Telegraph Staff Writer scoring run.
The Union County and Defensively, the Tigers
Hamilton County football allowed 66 yards and no scores
teams should be plenty in the first three quarters.
familiar with each other by It was another stout effort by
now. The Tigers and Trojans the starting defensive unit in
played each other in the spring the preseason classic played
and met just a couple of weeks Aug. 28, which the Tigers won
ago in a preseason kickoff 36-0. Hamilton gained just 66
classic. yards.
Now, the teams are set to While the defense was doing
meet again, but this time the its job, Alexander tossed
game will count when the' touchdown passes of 11 yards
Tigers host the Trojans Friday, to Holmes and 13 yards to
Sept. I 1, at 7:30 p.m. Quentin Johnson in the first
If therecent past is an ind half Ca'on returned a punt 41-
of i".-.~. , r m , f,-,t r another first-half
quarterback Chris Ale\ander score. - '
could be in for a heck of a Paige and Larry had second-
game. In five quarters of play half touchdown runs of 4 and
in a spring classic and 27 yards, respectively.
preseason kickoff classic, The Trojans, who dropped
Alexander completed 17-of-23
passes for 407 yards and five
touchdowns.
The Tigers defeated the
Trojans in the spring 42-6,
with, Alexander connecting S h a t o
with Bryan Holmes for Heating & Air, Inc
touchdowns of 50 and 79
yards, while Adam Cason
caught a 60-yard touchdown Ca
pass from Alexander. That
game also featured touchdown For All Your Hea
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Dontrell Larry and Keaton Sales & Service
Reynolds, respectively, while Sales& Service


their opener 28-7 to Suwannee
last Friday, are coming off of a
1-9 season-their third straight
losing season. The Trojans'
lone win last year .was 26-12
over Bishop Snyder. They did
not come real close to winning
a second game, as their closest
loss was 17-6 against Baldwin.
The team's remaining eight
losses were by an average
score of 41-7. Six opponents
scored more than 40 points on
the Trojans.
One of those opponents was
Union, which defeated
Hamilton 40-7. The Tigers got
three touchdowns from
graduate Deven Perry, while
Alexander had touchdown
passes of 17, 44 and 58 yards.
Union's defense held the
Trojans to 34 yards, including


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compounded when two
offensive stars (Welch and
running back Donald Webb)
left the game with injuries.
Alexander shone in the
fourth quarter as he rushed for
a 13-yard touchdown, then
connected with Holmes on a
35-yard scoring strike under
pressure to pull the Tigers
within three points of Forest at
24-21.
The Tigers' heroics
continued when their backs
were against the wall. With
under three minutes to play
and facing fourth-and-12 on
their own 1, Zow made the
call to leave the offense on the
field. Alexander took the snap
and was under immediate
pressure. He danced left, faded
right and high-stepped out of
the backfield before throwing a
dart to running back Justin
Tyson for about a 20-yard
catch-and-run play.
Alexander's next two throws
and run moved the ball down
the Forest 9. With 1:14 on the
clock, Tyson took an inside
handoff over right guard and
raced through a slim hole to
the end zone as the crowd at
Tiger Stadium roared.
After the defense stopping
Forest on four straight pass
attempts, Alexander and the
offense took the field once


more, this time in victory'
formation.
"Ahooh! Ahooh! Ahooh!"
Afterward, Alexander-talked
of the team's time in the locker
room at the half.
"I told them don't give up,
we'll come back," Alexander
said. "They looked in my eyes
and truly believed it."


Score By Quarter
FHS 10 7
UCHS 0 7


7 0-24
0 20-27


Scoring Summary
F: Veron 30 FG
F: Reid 1 run (Veron kick)
F: Welch 1 run (Veron kick)
U: Johnson 85 pass from
Alexander (Geer kick)
F: Welch 1 run (Veron kick)
U: Alexander 13 run (kick
failed)
U: Holmes 35 pass from
Alexander (Johns pass from
Alexander)
U: Tyson 9 run (kick blocked)


Team Statistics
F
First Downs 11
Rushes/Yds. 38-159
Passing Yds. 83
Passes 4-7-0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1
Penalties 8-65


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964-4111.
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with carport. Lake Ge-
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leave message.
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apt. CH/A, Washer &
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town Starke. $650/mo..
call 904-964-4303 for ad-
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bath, in Starke, utilities
included, $700, call 904-
626-8488.

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proximately 800+ sq. ft.,
quiet neighborhood, large
side/back yard. Recently
remodeled, 2BR/1BA,
living room, kitchen/ap-
pliances, ceiling fans,
CHIA, W/D, window cov-
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lease $500/mo., first, last
& $575 security. Dixon
Rentals 352-588-0013
information/application.
STARKE APARTMENT,
wall-to-wall carpeting.
2BR (1 small, which can
be used a office), 1BA,
very large living room,
kitchen/appliances, ceil-
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dow coverings, 2nd floor.
Enclosed Florida room.
Year lease $425/mo., first,
last & $450 security. Call
352-588-0013 for infor-
mation/application.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/'
A with all kitchen appli-
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efficient home. $950/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
2 RENTALS 3BR/28A DW
on one acre, DW, $600
per month plus deposit.
4BR/2BA DW, new ap-
pliances and carpet, DW,
$675 plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA SW on one acre,
CHIA, quiet area, service
animals only, $450 per
month plus deposit. 352-
468-3221.
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town Starke, 4BR/3BA,
2-story home gn Historic
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305-8287.
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966-2545.
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1 year lease & deposit.
apply at 1013 W. Pratt
St., 904-964-8073 or 904-
545-6096.
2 & 3BR SWMH'S. Close to
all prisons. Deposit& 1st
month rent. References
required. Call 904-364-
8535.
KEYSTONE MH 3BR/2BA,
heat & air, fireplace, $750/
mo. 1st & last to move in.
Call 904-364-9869.
STARKE 2 MH'S for rent.
Outside city limits, CH/A.
3BR/2BA DW, $550 per
month. 2BR/2BA SW,
$450 per month. Call 352-
235-6319.
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TOWN $550 per month,
fenced yard, close to park.
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904-964-4303.
52 Animals and
Pets
DOG TAGS - DOG TAGS -
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to choose from. Call
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information.
PEACOCKS AND TUR-
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male, $15.2 Turkeys. Call
352-745-2221.

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2269.
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Edwards Rd. 1 mile from
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Sat. 8am til ? Antiques,
collectables, porce-
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collection, 1/2 price of
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original boxes. HWY 100
E., 2nd trailer on left after
Edwards Grocery.
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Sept. 12. 8am til 1pm.
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HUGE SALE Theressa
Community Center, Fri &
Sat. Sept. 11 & 12, 8am til
3pm.
57 For Sale
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
up, each. Electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
3 PIECE LANE RECLINER
home set. Includes 2
wall hugger recliners and
middle console for stor-
age. Recliners have drink
holders! Like new condi-
tion. Fabric Material is
tan/wheat. Asking $1,000.
Call 352-468-2860.
SUNRISE SHOWER CHAIR
$30, Guardian model,
great condition. Call 352-
468-2860.
59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-2333 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.


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JERRY'S HAULING - WE
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or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $125.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
ALL.TYPES OF TRACTOR
WORK & small exca-
vating lobs. Bush hog,
finish mowing & acreage
mowing. Under brushing,
dirt hauling & removal,
grading & finishing. Call
Danny Clark at 904-545-
5241 for free estimate.
DAY CARE OPENING IN
MY Lake Butler home
Registered with HRS.
30+ years experience, all
hours. Great rates, CPR
& First Aide certified. Call
386-496-1062.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
Looking for housekeeping
work 1 to 2 days a week,
can submit a background
check. Please call Tina at
904-964-5092.
. 65 Help Wanted
SECRETARY ASSISTANT
proficient in Word, must
type 50 words plus per
minute. Send resume to
P.O. Box 1088, Starke FL,
32091.
CAREGIVER / CNA and or
2 yrs experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
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LOG CABIN SALE ON
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with lakefront on
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recreational lake. Boat
to Gulf of Mexico.
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CRIMINAL RECORD?
MISDEMEANOR,
FELONY? Have them
expunged for $99.95,


ing for client for approxi-
mately 30K, willing to pay
10% Secured by home in
Jacksonville Call Elaine
Gouin 904-966-2937.
IN HOME CAREGIVER for
a 13 year old disabled
female. Starke area. Ap-
prox 15 hours per week.
$8.50 per hour. Must have
1 year experience with'
disabled or elderly. Must
pass a level 2 background
check. Call Kim at 352-
374-7927.
ENTRY LEVEL MANAGE-:
MENT 24 hour restaurant,'
5 day/50 hour work week,
2 weeks vacation/insur-
ance, meals/uniforms.
Experienced food service.
manager, outgoing, cus-
tomer orientated, career
minded, Starke area. Fax
resume to 1-877-200-
4192 or 912-270-2862.
65
EXPERIENCED BODY'"
MAN needed, Waldo.
Call Harold Minnix at 352-
468-1234.
BRADFORD TERRACE a
skilled nursing facility is.,
now accepting applica-,
tions for a full time RN for
the 3/11 shift. Applicant
must currently posses a
state of Florida RN license
ad CPR certification. Ap-
ply in person at 808 S
Colley Rd., Starke, FL
32091, 904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.


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Tornadoes were forced to go
three-and-out, muffed a punt.
The Tornadoes' Yakeem
Griner fell on the loose ball at
the Bradford 45.
A 13-yard run by Ike Carter
and a 28-yard reception by
Griner of a Mosley pass
moved the Torndoes
downfield, with Griner's
reception putting Bradford at
the Keystone 19. An 8-yard
run by Tremaine Harris set up
first-and-goal at the 6. Dexter
Clayton scored on a run from
there approximately three
minutes into the second
quarter. Another bad snap
prevented Cubbedge from
attempting the extra-point
kick, leaving Bradford trailing
14-6.
Keystone's Thomas, a
transfer from Bradford,
returned the ensuing kickoff 32
yards. A personal foul penalty
on the play by Bradford tacked
on another 15 yards, giving the
Indians the ball at the Bradford
43. A 10-yard run by Thomas
gave Keystone a first down at
the 25, from where Lott and
Latner hooked up for their
second touchdown of the
night. Johns' PAT gave the
Indians a 15-point lead.
Clayton and Donnelle
Williams gave the Tornadoes a
spark on the ensuing
possession. Williams had an
11-yard run to start the drive,
followed by two Clayton runs
that were good for 26 yards.
Clayton's second run set up a
second-and-inches , at the
Keystone 24. Carter picked up
the first down, followed by a
14-yard run by Harris to the 8.
Bradford got as far as the 3-
yard line, but the two
consecutive delay of game
penalties pushed them back to
the 13. Mosley, who played
quarterback the majority of the
game, picked up 2 yards on
third-and-goal before throwing
an incompletion on fourth
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:'play, eluded -a' defender and
made his ~J\ intm ihe end
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PAT gate the Indijan a 2.-6
.lead.
"He had a little more husile
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LaIner. who caught , pa'j
between lmo Braidl'rd
defenders to set up the
touchdown plaN
Not much happened in the
third quarter offensi' el as the
two teams combined for 29
yards. Bradford. although. had
its opportunities.
-- Following an interception bh)
Harris at the Bradford 27, the
.Tornadoes gained a first down
at the Keystone 45 following a
personal dfoul call on the
Indians, Keystone's Johns
made a tackle for a loss of 4
yards on first down, while
SMosle) fumbled the ball on
second .down. Mosley
recovered, but the Tornadoes
-eventuall had to punt.
, Bradford's defense forced
the Indians to punt on their
next series, which resulted in
the Tornadoes starting a drive
at the Keystone 35. Spencer
Crews though, would intercept
a pass to end the threat.
A sack by Bradford's
Lombel .helped force another
Keystone punt, which Mosley
returned 25 yards to the
Keystone 34. Runs of 10 and 6
yards by Mosley and Williams,
respectively, along with a
penalty on Keystone, gave the
Tornadoes a first down at the
14. - Bradford, though, was
backed up on a holding
penalty, facing a third-and-22.
Ryan DeSue gained 16 yards
n .a reception of a Mosley
pass, but Keystone's Nick
Verschaeve tackled Mosley for
a 2-yard loss on fourth-and-6
from the Keystone 10.
The Indians still struggled
on offense in the fourth quarter
until'Lott. threw a perfect pass
to Lattner, who was streaking
down the sideline, for a 50-
uyard touchdown with 4:13 left
-to play. Johns added the PAT
for a 35-6 lead.
S1CJ; Covington returned the
.ensuing kickoff 90 yards to the
Keystone 3. Thai set up a I-
yard touchdown run by
Williams that capped the
scoring...
When it was all over, Latner
and his teammates celebrated
their fourth straight win over
Bradford. Latner said it felt
good to get a win over their
neighboring, rival, but he and
his teammates don't want the
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season as the\ attempt to
rebound from a 3-7 season ....
"\\c're .just trying to get
heater." Lainer said "It's the
lirst game of the season.
We't e got a lot of work to do."
Hoard said his team has a lot
of "ork to do as well. He
JJmilied the Tornadoes, \'ho
al,' "ent 3-7 last Near, lack
i things the Indians have-a .
stable coaching staff and a
commitment from the players
to spend a lot of time in the
\%eight room. The Bradford
staff has changed e'ery year
since Hoard "as named head
coach in 200", whilee the
weight room at the high school
is in need of some much-
needed upgrades., (Cpmmiuity
donations, including $8900b
from the Kiwanis Club of
Starke, are helping address the
weight room needs.)
Bradford is also dealing ith
the inconsistent play that c4n- .
hamper teams with young arid
inexperienced players. Hoard
talked of his team's experience
this summer at a Fellow ship of
Christian Athletes camp, when:
the players would go out one
day and defeat every school it
scrimmaged against, including
many bigger schools, onlI to
go out the next day and lose to
smaller schools. Ultimately,
though, it is the responsibility


of Hoard,".andl the- staff to
Slinti'rleIc 5Acri inconsistencies.
..' '.efir�~' you have a loss
-lik" Ills, yoouhpve to'look at it
.as Q ghes 'nd say. OK. what
are .( fing? Why are our
kid pi performing?' We.have
to-put it-on ourselves. I do a
better job of preparing opr
kid." Hoard said. "We hate to
play with more heart and more
charwi'e.i.~t's my job to gel
it dori.n '
- Score Jy Quarter
, K ~I.14 14 0 7-35
Pes ,6 0 0 6-12
,-.cong Summary
K: Thpmas 3 run (Johns kick)
:Latner 13 pass from Lott
t*lJpns kipo)
B Bffilayton 6 run (run failed)
K:4.Ltnpr 25 pass from Lott
(Jdlons Ikici)
.p Latperv14 pass from Lott
: (4ohns kIck)
K: Lart j 50-pass from Lott
: ( lJohns kIck)
R: 1liams 1 run (pass failed)


Team Statistics
First Downs 13
Rushes/Yds. 32-79
Passing Yds.- 206
Passes 8-10-1
Fumbles-Lost 4-1
Penalties 7-55


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BHS looks to
rebound on
road against
Fernandina
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford's defense has the
chance to try to rattle a
sophomore quarterback with
one game of varsity
experience, but judging by last
Week's game, Fernandina
Beach's Tim Roszell did just
fine in leading his team to a
season-opening 12-6 win over
Hilliard.
The Pirates, who host
Bradford Friday, Sept. 11, at
7:30 p.m., got touchdown
passes of 56 and 73 yards from
Roszell, who finished the night
8-of-13 for 202 yards and no
interceptions.
Roszell may be a varsity
newcomer, but he has
experience lined up behind
him with returning senior
running backs Tahj Kimble
and Tai-Rhan Alford. Though
the duo was held in check
against Hilliard (they
combined for 52 yards on 16
carries), Kimble and Alford
were the recipients of
Roszell's touchdown passes.
The duo combined for 153
yards on four catches.
Overall, Fernandina rushed
for 74 yards on 20 carries,
while Hilliard rushed for 198
yards on 46 carries. The
Fernandina defense allowed a
total of 276 yards and 13 first
downs, but forced two
turnovers.
During last season's 6-4
campaign, the Pirates scored
an average of 26 points per
game while opponents
averaged 18 per game.
Fernandina and Bradford were
in the same district last year
and played six common
opponents: Bolles, Interlachen,
Keystone Heights, Ribault,
West Nassau and Yulee. The
Pirates defeated Interlachen
14-7, Keystone 20-17, West
Nassau 20-0 and Yulee 40-7,
while losing 55-13 to Bolles
and 42-25 to Ribault. The
Tornadoes defeated
Interlachen 28-6 and Yulee 33-
14, while losing 48-6 to
Bolles, 14-13 to Keystone, 27-
6 to Ribault and 16-8 to West
Nassau.
Bradford, though, defeated
the Pirates 19-17 last year as
its defense forced five
turnovers, three of which
occurred in the fourth qcjiatlieri
after the Tornadoes scored the
game's final touchdown.
The defense was
instrumental early as well.
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punt and a fumble gave the
Pirates the ball at the Bradford
15- and 16-yard lines.
Bradford forced the Pirates to
settle for a field goal on one
possession, while Tremaine
Harris intercepted a pass on
the other.
Bradford took a 13-10
halftime lead after putting
together two sustained drives.
Rodney Mosley capped an 81-
yard drive with a 20-yard
touchdown run, while Harris
caught a 16-yard touchdown
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a 72-yard drive.
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tic the game late in the third
quarter, but missed a field
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