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Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke, Fla
Publication Date: October 1, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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CO m mand er s
Night t0nig ht.
VFW Post 1016 Commander
Brian Wyatt invites local
military members and vets to
Commander's Night-a night of
chili, hot dogs, chicken wings'
snacks, music and conservation
tonight, Thursday, Oct. 1, at 6
p.m. The post home is located
on North Bay Street in Starke
behind New Method Cleaners on
U.S. 301.

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Bradford
4-H auction
is Oct. 2
OnOct.2,theBradfordCounty
4-H Foundation will be hosting
its annual fundraiser auction
and dinner. All proceeds go to
support 4-H youth in Bradford
County-
Community members may
support this event by bringing
items to the extension office to
be part of the auction as well as
attending the dinner. Tickets are
$6 at the door.
. "inobk a9unc nedd mcilug
rock, Florida Gator yard art,
two Halter broke show heifers,
one show pig, Vera Bradley
purses, lighted yard art, three
certificates for three yards of
mulch, fireworks, a Gator mail
box, a tree stand and more.
For more information, please
contact the extension office at
904-966-6224.
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Star ke Elem *
fall feStival

Stake Elementary School will
be holding its annual Fall Festival
on Saturday, Oct. 3, from 4-7
p.m. The fun and inexpensive
evening for the entire family will
include activities like bingo, a
cake walk, a cotintry store, a hay
ride, games, sand art, a haunted
house and much more.
Food on sale will include
chicken and rice dinners
hamburgers, hotdogs, fries and
drinks. Local band Steel Country
will be providing entertainment
Pr include a $200
Wal-iMeagiveawaysrd d
year inemb rsh^ to ainas I
Targe Ra e rO V I is
located at 1000 Weldon Street.
Come and enjoy an evening of
great family entertainment, food
and fun!



South side
fall feStiVal
Sat u rd ay
Southside Elementary will.
hold its Fall Festival Saturday
Oct. 3, from 5-8 p.m. There will
be live karaoke in the cafeteria
a cake walk, animal walk, huge
bounce houses, a giant slide, sand
art, games and much more,
Festival-goers will also be able
to grab a hot dog, hamburger '
chips, cotton candy, a snow cone
or a drink. Drawing tickets to
win a Nintendo Wii will be sold
for $1
Advance festival tickets will be
sold at the school five for $1. At
the festival, tickets will be four
for $1. Bring the entire family
for an evening of fun and help
support Southside Elemeritary
School. .


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Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009


130th Year 10th Issue 75 CENTS


shots at the detective.
Mueller sought cover while returning
nes ons, to realize moments later that
Prevatt had fallen to the ground at
the doorway of the residence. He was
pronounced dead at the scene when
Bradford County EMS responded to
the residence.
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement investigators are assisting
with the shooting investigation. It was
unknown at first whether, the shot to
the head that killed Prevatt came from
Mueller's gun or his own weapon.
An autopsy later found the.25-caliber
bullet fragment was from Prevatt's gun.
Mueller was firing a .40-caliber Glock
handgun.
"FDLE's investigation continues
Into the shooting with intentions of
discovering if this was an intentional
or accidental act by Mr. Prevatt, Smith
said.
Also in the home at the time of the
shooting was Regina Kay Starling, the
suspect's 72-year-old mother. His other
survivors include his wife, Crystal,
daughter Edria McIntire, stepchildren
Jared and Knightly Rice, and one
granddaughter.
See SHOOT page 10A


BY MARK J.. CRAWFORD


A suspect
in a weekend
robbery was
shot and killed
in a str gle
with Nlaw
enforcement
at his home
north of Starke
on Monday
afternoon.
An autopsy
Tuesday
concluded the
shot that killed


at
a


Prevatt


44-year-old Joe .
Alan Prevatt was self-inflicted.
According to Bradford County
Sheriff's Capt. Brad Smith, two officers
were pursuing a lead at that Prevatt was
at his home at 19813 N.W. 37h Ave.
BCSO Detective Kevin Mueller and
Stake Police Department Investigator
James Hooper arrived at the residence
around 2:30 p.m. and observed the
suspect exiting the mobile home.
They made contact and asked Prevatt
to step outside, but he refused and
retreated indoors, attempting to close


Investigations of the robbery and shooting incidents continue.


town hall Crowd speaks out against health bill


' Stake was a final stop on a north
Florida town hall tour in which Rep.
Cliff Stearns met with constituents to
discus health care and the economy.
Though the Republican congressman
may have faced some opposition
elsewhere, bne could say he was
preaching to the choir in Starke if not
for the fact that the vocal crowd did
nibst of the preaching. A
The crowd's statements at Saturday's
town hall were full of indignation over
attempts to pass a "socialist" health care
bill and frustration over their perception
that no one in the nation's capital seams
to be listening them.
Stearns began with a presentation
that litcluded whittling down the
number of uninsured Americans to a
mere few million, saying many of the
much higher number publicized are
noncitizens, self-insured, temporarily
uninsured or eligible for existing public
programs they don't know about.
Stearns spoke positively of certain
aspects of, health care reform likg
preventing insurers from denying
coverage based on preexisting
conditions, but said the government
didn't need to pass "an omnibus
government health care program" for
only a few million people. He was


PaIr charged
With 28
COUntS Of
,
animal cruelW
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staf Writer
Two Union
County
females were
arrested on
Sept. 28 for
28 counts of
animal abuse
and cruelty.
Taken into
custody were
Jean nette Bro n
Lynn Brown,
52, and
Tina Marie
Vetterlein,38,
who reside
together on
Southwest
ggs Run,
located off of
C.R.238.
The arrests
stem ,from VetterleIn
a month-
/ long investigation candfleted
by the Union Coimty Sheriff's
A teuland t w E ee
following reported allegations of
severe animal cruelty.
An investigation began on
Sept.7, when deputies first went
to the property with information
that a horse on the farm had been
shot.it was revealed that the shot
horse had possibly been dead for
several days. Yet another horse
carcass was found on the farm,
.leadirig deputies to conduct
a thorough uppedion of .the
property.
Deputies met with Department
Agriculture investigators
the following day and it was
discovered thist numerous
animals were in severe danger
from malnutrition and lack of
water..
Department of Agriculture
investigators and sheriff's
-
deputies seized the remaining
animals and delivered them to
a veterinarian in Gainesville for
immediate medical tivatment.
The athmals removed from the
farm included 10 horses,. one
donkey, a goat, a bull and two
.>dogs.
BrownandVetterleinwereeach
charged with 14 felony counts of
aBimal cruelty and an additional


Rep. ClIff Stearns discusses the immensity of H.R. 3200.


, .
critical of aspects of reform that would
penalize individuals and employers for
notobtaiIiingcoverage.
He quickly turned the floor over to an
audience eager to tell big government to
stay out of their wallets and out of the
health care business. When one speaker
said he was concerned with the socialist
direction the co rywi hasataking, t


amens.
. Another business owner worried
he would be thmwn in jail for not
providing health coverage asked,"Once
they turn amund and mandate this
health prograni, what's to stop other
constitutional rights from being taken
away in a very similar way?"
See STEARNS page 10A


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Robbery suspect dies during shoot-out near Starke


Autopsy clears BCSO detective


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Important to reach out
than ever, anti Miss Florida
Rachael Todd is spreading
that message as she
travels the state speaklhg
with groups IIke the
' students at Hope Christian
Academy. Todd visited
the school this week to
talk about the importance
of giving to help the
hungry and homeless, and
while she was there she
recognized fellow title-
holder Victoria Denmark for
fundraising on behalf of the
ChlIdren's Miracle Network.
for more on event, so
Inside.










Page 2A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Oct. 1, 2009


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor . . n .,,;-4...
For one of the cotmty's
lesser-known boards, the
Bradford County Soil and Water
Conservation District has been ,
busy. I '
Pam Whittle, former board a J
chair, told the county commission .
that the board has been able todo 18
some amazing things, much of it
involving youth education and .
volunteerism.
"It's always good when you
can educate the next generation,"
Whittle said. As a farmer she's
even beeh able to utilize the
information in her pastures. She
said she's learned a lot being ..
a part of the group and invited
commissioners to attend a
meeting and learn some things
as well.
While Whittle did most of : c ..-
the talking on behalf of the
Soul and Water Conservation .
District, the information before ey. ,, . .
the commission was prepared by
the current board chairman, Paul a variety of invasive plants found
Still. in Bradford Count\. particular[\
They're particularly proud of around the Alligator Creek -
the trash cleanup and ifwasive wetlands west of U.S. 301 w here
plant work that have been 15 differing kinds of invasite
undertaken, plants were found to grow. .
Local Scouts removed litter The board applied to the
from thd boat ramp between National Fish and Wildlife
Rowell and Sampson lakes. Association for a nearly 518,000
Olderdicouts used their canoes grant to map and treat intasite .
to remove litter from along the plants in Bradford County with
banks of Alligator Creek from an emphasis on the areas long /
Lake Rowell to the city of Starke Alligator Creek. That funding
spray fields. was disbursed in April of the
Other volunteers performed current year.
cleanup at the Cypress Run and in addition to working with
Lake Santa Fe boat ramps. youth, the Soil and Water '.
The Soil and Water Conservation District has .
Conservation District has also been working to educate the e
sponsored cash awards for land community at large, conducting ,
judging team members from workshops on waterway and -
Bradford County and held a lake patection featuring .
conservation poster contest presentations fam a number
that awarded cash prizes to the of partner agencies, from fish ,
winners and the cliss with the ahd wildlife and forestry to the
best participation, water management district and Local Scout
The board also sponsored University of Florida.
youth fair activities with a Financial support from
contribution to the Bradford- Suwannee River Water the Bradford C
Union Cattlemen's Association, Management District helped Office.

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availability in the basin to meet The water supply plan for the
water demands over the next 20 Upper Santa Fe River Basin is
years. scheduled for adoption by the
Carlos Herd, SRWMD water SRWMD governing board in
supply project manager, said the December 2010. The state's five
district is concerned with future water management districts are
water supply in the basin based statutorily required to have plans
upon the district's established,.in place to meet water supply
minimum flow and level for the demands over the next 20 years.


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almost $80,000.
The board also tries to keep
Bradford farmers and fores
owners aware of USDA cos
share programs for forestry ant
agriculture practices. In 2007
08 two.EQIP cost share contract
were signed with USDA NRCE
totaling nearly $7,000, making
for five active contracts witt
USDA NRCS in Bradford Count)
< worth a combined $425,636.
The Florida Department o:
Agriculture and Consume:
Affairs also supports Bradfore
farmers and provided $50,000 it
2007-08.
The Bradford Soil aric
Water Conservation Distfic
was organized in 1954 undel
the provisions of the Florids
conservationo n Act of 1937 anc
amendedbytheSoilConservatior
Act of Florida,. Chapter 582. Ir
2000, the board was reorganized
after years of inactivity.
The board consists of five
elected supervisors who develop[
and implement a district work
plan. It operates on an annua
budget around $6,000 plus an)
grant.funds it obtains for specific
projects.
Other supervisors for the time
period covered by the annual
report included Schirrmacker
Donald Harris and Wayne
Parrish.
Supervisors receive support
and guidance from staff frorr
several agencies including
Donna Hopwood of the USDA
Natural Resource Conservatior
Service, Hugh Thomas andJohr
Stubelfield .from the Floride
Department of Agriculture anc
Consumer Services, Nicole
Howard, Bradford Counts
forester, and DeValerio.
The Bradford Soil and Watel
Conservation District meets or1
the first Tuesday of the month
at 9 a.m. in the Bradford County
Extension Office, and meetings
are open to the public. For
additional information about
the board or its programs please
contact Still at 904-368-0291, or
e-mail stillpe@aol.com.

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the accompanying photos.


s have been instrumental in cleanup that have taken place, clean waste
from in and around waterways and wetlands. '
ounty Extension County extension staff handled
the irrigation part of the grant. Nearly $2,000 of the 'board's

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the lakes part County cuension agenr. Jim weik were contracted toa-private
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District adopts .
$56 million
budget
The Suwannee River Watet
Maila ment District ted its
ge adop
final budget and work plan at its
cond public hearing on Sept.

He Fiscal Year 2009-10
budgetsetat$56millionreflects
ae 's ru tde ea ojIrol t
village rate, which was set at
0.4399 mills, is 6 percent less
than the rollback rate of 0.4654.
This marks the 20'" consecutive
year the district has not raised
the tax rate.
Under a 0.4399 rate-43.99
cents for every $1,000 0f assessed
property value-the owner of
a home assessed at $100,000,
claiming $50,000 liomestead
exemption, would pay $22 in
property taxes to the district.
Property taxes paid to the
District fund numerous services
to the liublit*. This yeat's budget
and work plan includes the


following:
0 The Suwannee River
Partnership-the, program
provides cost-share funding to
localfarmersforimplementing
best management practices to
help protect water resources.
0 The Ichetucknee
Partnership-the partnership
works with farmers and
landowners to protect the river
and springs inthe Ichetucknee
Springshed.
a The RiskMAP
Prograin---the project involves
updating digital flood meips
and establishing flood
elevations. It will provide the
public better access and data
to view which properties are
located in a flood zone.
a Land acquisition and
management-the program
allows the district to purchase '
property for the purpose of
flood control, water quality
protection and natural
resource conservation. Lands
are also open to the public for
recreational use
a Hydrologic,


groundwater and surface water
monitoring-the network
allows the district to monitor
water levels and quality and
to track rainfall and flooding
conditions. The figures are
available to the public through
the district's Web site
a Water Supply
Assessment-the initiative
will allow the district to assess
water availability in order to
develop a water supply plan
for the Upper Santa Fe River
Basin.
To view a copy of the district's
Fiscal Year 2009-10 budget and
work plan or for more Information
about the above programs visit
www.mysuwanneeriver.com.


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Water SUpplY
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The Suwannee River Water
Mana ement District will hold a
workshop on Oct. 8 in Bradford
County to addresswater supply
e In er B itheThUe b sinS
ivithin the SRWMD and includes
portions of Bradford, Baker
P olumbia, Union and Alachua
counties.
The meeting will be held froth
5:45-7:45 p.m. at the Bradford
County Public Library, 456 W.
Pratt St. in Starke. The public is
invited to attend.
The workshop will provide
details about the combined
efforts between the SRWMD
and thy Siz Johns River Water
Mgnagemeat District for the
\\tater supply planning process
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supply plan for th? Upper Santa


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MissT~C Flrd nouae iing at Hope Christia


Harvest, .has a reduced food
supply, meaning the Food Pantry
has had to purchase more of its
supplyand that's been a hardship.
Donations f food to thehministry

during this difficult time.
The Food Pantry is located at
321 Andrew St. in Starke. For
more information on how to help,
please call (904) 964-3984.
Lake Area Ministries, located
at 330 S.E. Palinetto Ave, in ,
Keystone Heightscan be reached
at 352-473-2846.


Sunday Oct II 10 a.m.-Until
The Rev. James "Jim".Norman will be bringing
the worship message. He attended MRBC all his
young life. He is now the pastor at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church in Mountain City, Tenn.
Rushing Wind, a great vocal group, will be
perfOfming. hinner Will be served after the
orphip service. Conie join us.
Everyone welcome.


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lit///ty CUStomerS CBD 3/So pick up free light bulbs!


it simply needs to be left curbside
.where city workers will drive by
and pick it up according to the
following schedule.

District 1
(Commissioner Danny Nugent)
Oct. 5-9

District 2
(Commissioner Carolyn Spooner)
Oct. 12-16
District 3
(Commissioner Travis Woods)
Oct.19-23

District 4
(Commissioner Tommy Chastain)
Oct. 26-30

District 5 .
(Commissioner Wilbur Waters)
Nov. 2-6

Consult your voter registration
card if you're not sure which
district you live in, or call city
hall at 904-964-5027.
The only items not eligible for
pick up during Beautification
Montli are tires and materials that
would be considered hazardous
like old paint, oil, chemicals,


propane eqnisters, etc. The
landfill pcnodically promotes
a special amnesty program at
which those items can be dropped
off for proper disposal.
Citizens can go the extra mile
in beautifying the city with
some paint and a little elbow
grease by carrying out simple
home improvement projects that
will increase curb appeal and
brighten their neighborhoods.
Likewise, volunteers can conduct
trash pickups along streets or in
cityparksorhelptheirneighbors
beautify their yards.
And don't forget the
landscaping. Beautify your
property by trimming back trees
and bushes. Leave the trimmings
curbside for the city to pick up.
Then, fertilize lawns, trees and
flowerbeds, or even plant new
Ones.
Stake utility customers should .
also be consulting city hall for
something else. Beginning this
month, utility customers can
pick up a package of six energy
efficient light bulbs absolutely
free of charge.
The light bulb giveaway is an .
incentive to help customers save


If trash and debris have been
piling up in and around the house
and you happen to live in the city
of Stake, October is the month
you can get rid of it all.
The city commission has
declared that October will be
cleanup month in Starke, and
each week city employees will be
combing the streets and picking
up all that extra garbage at no
additional cost to the public.
Mayor Wilbur Waters was
inspired by Lake Butler's example
(and some prodding from his
wife). For years Lake Butler has
been promoting Beatification
Month, a chance for residents
leave all that extra garbage on the
curb and have the city come and
pick it up. "
"We figure that this is the best
way for people to dispose of items
that are often left outside," said
Lake Butler City Manager John
Berchtold. "It helps eliminate
blight."
Every now and then, the city
of Stake would promote district
cleanup days as well, but this is
on a different level. It's really
time to get rid of everything,
including that old clunker that's


been on blocks out back.
That's right. Doyle Thomas
at T&M Towirig has offered to
haul away junk cars absolutely
free of charge during the month
of October. Stake residents just
need to call T&M at 904-964-
5611 to make arrangements.
As for other trash and yard
debrisfrombomesandbusinesses,


money on their electric bills Agency.
while encouraging them to do To get their free light bulbs,
more to be energy efficient. customers need pay their next
The city purchased thousands bill tiy*visiting city hall. It's that
of bulbs with around $10,000 simple, and Operations Manager
from its power provider, the Ricky Thompson said there are
Florida Municipal Power plenty to go around.


Reigning Miss Florida
Rachael Todd brought more
than her smile to the kids at
Hope Christian Academy-she
helped them .understand the
importance of lending a helping
and nonjudgmental hand-to those
in need.
Todd's public platform is help
for the hungry and homeless,
and her appearance served as
a food drive for the Bradford
Ecumenical Food Pantry in
Stake and a fundraiser for Lake
Area Ministries in Keystone
Heights.
Her platform was influenced
by her nethers nonprofit wofk
in central Florida.
"Its through my work with
her foundation that I came face
to face with the people who are
receiving those services," Todd
said.
Moreandmorefamiliesasking
for help for the first time because
of the current economy. Many
are ashamed they have to ask for
help at all, she said, adding can
be heartbreaking to see.
"We know that's not the way
it's supposed to be, because we
"
should be helping everybody,
e
Id t idlo ke students. t"W
people who come across a hard
time, because it could be any of
us right now."
No one should be embarrassed
to ask for help either, because it
takes a lot of courage to do so '
ishe added.
Giving just a little bit can help
so much, said Todd. At a time
when donations are.going down,
need for assistance is going up.
It wasn't long ago her mother's
organization was serving 75
families a month. Now it is more
than 1,000 each monthshe shid.
"Things yvill get better,.but
right now we really need to
reach otit to our neighbors and
dur friends and offer a helping
hand," said Todd, who will be
competing for the Miss Ainerica
titdr tedanawardta
Victoria Denmark for raising
the most money for Children's
M racle Ne work a s or

program. Students and the school
helped raise the money and one
class was awarded a dessert party
for its effort
Gary Walker, assistant
principal and dean, said Hope
Baptist started the school in 2001
and will graduate its first class
this year. The "Christ-centered
program, he said, now schools
more than 200 stridents. In
addition to academics, the school
has a sports program, band
nod chorus. The chorus, uilder
the direction of Beth Vincent
performed during the event.
Chip Wester from Lake Aree
Ministries said the organization

sgrvesa'"drts Ahch tadf rn
has for 20 years. The ministry
purchases food for families on a
monthly basis to help them make
it through the tough times, he


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Miss Florida shook hands, hugged necks and gave high
fives to students at the end of her presentation. At right,
McKenzIe Bradley, Nathan Carlton and Maddison Perkins
settle in as the program begins.


said.
LAM will serve 13,000 or

m e it a ai tryW
growing every day, which is why
it is raising funds to buy or build
a larger building in which to
operate.
In honor of its 20* birthday,
Wester -said LAM is planning
a big celebration on Qct. 24 at
Keystone Beach that will be fun


for kids and adults alike.
Tom Jones spoke for the

dr vhicEhTms en arFood
for 21 years. The organization
helps providefood to as many
as 800 people each month from
Bradford and Union counties as
well as Waldo.
Recently' obtaining food has
been a strug le, Jones explained.
A major food source, Second


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SECONDS EAST FOR 340 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES, 57
MINUTES AND 50 SECONDS EAST
FORi28.10FEETTOTHEPOINT
OF BEGINNING, EXCEPTING
THEREFROM ANY PART LYING
WITHIN THE COUNTY, ROAD
RIGHT OF WAY.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
1981 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, BEARING IDENTIFICATION
NO. FDGA4BX1240 AND
FEDGA4BUl240. A/K/A7352 203RD
WAY, STAKE, FL 32091
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 60 days after the sale,
Dated in Bradford County, Florida this
15m day of September, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Albertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
(813)221-4743
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Reasons wity ggyability who"nedd
any..accommodation ,in order to
participate 4hoTald call Jan Phillips,
ADA Coordinatory, Alachua County
Courthouse, 201 E. UniversityAve.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337-
6237 within two (2) working days
of receipt of this notice; if you are
hearingimpairedpleasecalli-800-
955-8771; if you are voice impaired,
pleasecalll-800-955-8770.
9/24 2tchg 10/1-BCT
IN THE CIRCUITOF THE 8th
JUDICIAL CIRCt.)IT
OFFLORIDA,1NANDFOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
Case#:2009-CA-000440
Division #:
UNG:
Liquidation Properties, Inc.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
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13MINUTES40SECONDSARADIUS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE OF 580.00 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 174.39 FEET AND A CHORD
INANDFORBRADFORDCOUNTY, BEARING AND DISTANCE OF
FLORIDA NORTH 03 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
CIVILACTION 44 SECONDS WEST, 173.74 FEET
CASENO.:04-2008-CA-000688 TO AN IRON PIPE; THENCE RUN
DIVISION: NORTH 04 DEGREES 51 MINUTES
HSBC BANK USAAS TRUSTEE 06 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
FOR OMAC 2005-4, WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,
Plaintiff, 427.68 FEET TO 'AN IRON PIPE;
vs. THENCE RUN NORTHEASTERLY
KAROLY HENICS, et al, ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-
Defendant(s). OF-WAY LINE WITH A CURVE
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT CONCAVE SOUTHEASTERLY,
TO CHAPTER 45 SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ANGLE OF 03 DEGREES 42
Pursuant to a Final Judgment of MINUTES 42 SECONDS, A RADIUS
Foreclosure dated September 14, OF 500.00 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH
2009, and entered in Case No. 04- OF 32.39 FEET AND A CHORD
2008-CA-000688 of the Circuit Court BEARING AND DISTANCE OF
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and NORTH 06 DEGREES 42 MINUTES
for Bradford County, Florida in which 27 SECONDS EAST, 32.38 FEET-
HSBC BANK USA AS TRUSTEE THENCE RUN NORTHEASTERLY
FOR OMAC 2005-4, is the Plaintiff ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-
and Karoly Henics, Tracy Henics, OF-WAY LINE WITH A CURVE
Mortgage Electronic Registration CONCAVE SOUTHEASTERLY,
Systems, Inc., as nominee for SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL
Opteum Financial Services, LLC, ANGLE OF 17 DEGREES 29
are defendants, I will sell to the MINUTES 32 SECONDS, A RADIUS
highest and best bidder for cash in OF 559.46 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH
Bradford County, Florida on the 15'" OF 170.80 FEET AND A CHORD
day of October, 2009, the following BEARING AND DISTANCE OF
described property as set forth in said NORTH 17 DEGREES 18.MINUTES
Final Judgment of Foreclosure: 34 SECONDS EAST, 170.14 FEET;
LOT,11, OF SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT THENCEBUNAIORTI-42&DEGREES
NO.7,ANUNRECOROFDMAPOFA 03 MINUTESi20 SECONRSEEAST,
SURVEYOFLANDSINFRACTIONAL ALONG SAIQ.WESTERLY BIGHT-
SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, OF-WAY LINE, 39.28 FEET TO AN
RANGE.-22 EAST, BRADFORD IRON PIPE AND THE POINT OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS SURVEYED BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
BY JOCFPH G. KNAPP, REG. LAND NORTH 26 DEGREES 03 MINUTES
SURVEYOR; SAID PARCEL BEING 20 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBED WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE,
AS FOLLOWS: 100.00 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE;
COMMENCE AT A. CONCRETE THENCERUNNORTH66DEGREES
MONUMENT AT THE SOUTHEAST 56 MINUTES.53 SECONDS WEST,
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 12, 216.58 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
AND RUN NORTH 06 DEGREES AND A CANAL; THENCE RUN
22 MINUTES 43 SECONDS EAST, SOUTH 25 DEGREES 49 MINUTES
ALONGTHE EAST LINE OF SAID 43 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SECTION 12, A DISTANCE OF SAID CANAL, 100.00 FEET TO AN
814.56 FEET TO A CONCRETE iRON PIPE; THENCE RUN SOUTH
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN SOUTH 66 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 12
89 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST, 216.18 FEET TO
SECONDS WEST, 1,016.08 FEET THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOTHEWESTERLYRIGHT-OF-WAY .A/K/A 658 S.E. 4TH AVENUE,
OFA60-FOOTROAD;THENCERUN MELROSE, FL32666
NORTH 14 DEGREES 47 MINUTES Any person claiming an interest in
.00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG the surplus from the sale, if any, other
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT-OF- than the property owner as of the date
WAY LINE, 520.63 FEET- THENCE of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
RUN NORTH 05 DEGREES 22 within 60 days after the sale.
MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST, Dated in Bradford County, Florida this
ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT- 15*dayof September, 2009.
OF-WAY LINE, 408.24 FEET TO A Clerk of the Circuit Court
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE Bradford County, Florida
RUN NORTH 20 DEGREES 33 By:LisaBrannon
MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST, Deputy Clerk
ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT- Albertelli Law
OF-WAY LINE, 439.90 FEET TO A Attorney for Plaintiff
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE P.O. Box 23028
RUN NORTHERLY ALONG SAID Tampa, FL33623
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY (813)221-4743
I.,INE WITH A CURVE CONCAVE If you are a person with a disability
WESTERLY, SAID CURVE who needs any accommodation in
HAVING A CE'NTRAL ANGLE OF order to participate in this proceeding,
32 DEGREES 54 MINUTES 20 you are entitled, at no cost to you,-to
SECONDS, A RADIUS OF 355.00 the provision of certain assistance.
FEET, AN ARC LENGTH OF 204.09 Persons with a disability who need
FEET AND A CHORD BEARING any accommodation in order to.
AND DISTANCE OF NORTH participate should call Jan Phillips,
04 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 36 ADA Coordinatory, Alachua County
SECONDS EAST, 201.29 FEET TO A Courthouse, 01 E. University.Ave.'
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE Gainesville, L 32601 at (352)337-
RUN NORTH 12 DEGREES 22 6237 within two (2) working days
MINUTES 34 SECONDS .WEST, of receipt of this notice; if ou are
ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT- hearing im aired,.please cal 1-800-
OF-WAY LINE, 19.01 FEET TO A 955-8771; f you are voice impaired,
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE please cali l-800-955-8770.
RUN NORTHERLY ALONG SAID 9/24 2tchg 10/1-BCT
WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE WITH A CURVE CONCAVE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EASTERLY, SAID CURVE HAVING A EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CENTRAL ANGLE OF i7 DEGREES IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,




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9/24 2tchg 10/1-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTHJUDICIALCIRCUITIN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDACIVILACTION
CASENO.:04-2007-CA-0225
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
AS OF DECEMBER 1, 2006,
FREMONT HOME LOAN TRUST
2006-E
Plaintiff
Vs.
FRANK W. KROL, et al.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosureor
Order dated
September 14, 2009, entered in Civil
Case Number 04-2007-CA-0225,
in the Circuit.Court for BRADFORD
County, Florida, wherein HSBC BANK
USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE UNDER THE .POOLING
AND SERVIC)NG AGREEMENT
DATED AS OF DECEMBER 1, 2006,
FREMONT HOME LOAN TRUST
2006-E is thePlaintiff, and FRANK
W. KROL, et al., are the Defendants,
I will sell the property situated
in BRADFORD County, Florida,
,dger pd 49
A p&cel of land I in the West
1/2.oftheJgly,1 -the--SE 14 or
Siiction 36, To'wiship S"otith, Ran e
21, East, Bradford County, Flori a;
said parcel being more particularly
desenbed as follows: Commence at
a found 3" X 3" concrete monument
locatedattheSEcorneroftheWest
1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 for
Point of Beginning. From Point of
Beginning thus described run South
89 deg 47 min 26 sec West along
the Southerly.boundary-of said West
1/2 for a distance of 326.65 feet
to a set 1/2" rebar located on the
Easterly boundary of the right-of-way
of a.county maintained graded road
known as NW 71st Avenue; thence
run North 02 deg 20 min 14 sec West
and along said Easterly right-of-way
for a distance of 217.07 feet to a set
1/2" rebar located at the beginning
of a curve concave to the Southeast
and having a radius of 211.64 feet
thence run Northeasterly along the
arc of said curve as rpeasyred along
a chord having a bearing of North 25
deg 54 min 45 sec East for a chord
distance of 200.35 feet to a set 1/2"
rebar located at the end of said curve;
thence run North 54 deg 09 min 46
sec East along same.Easterly right-
of-way for a distance of 293.97 feet
to a set 1/2" rebar located on the
Easterly boundary of the West 1/2 of
the NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4; thence run
South 00 deg 58 min 16 sec East
along the Easterly boundary of said
West 1/2 for a distance of 568.09 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at Bradford County
Courthouse, 925 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, at 11:00
* a.m. on the 15th day of October, 2009.
Any person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the Its pendens must file a
claim within 6(fdays after the sale.
, Dated this 15th day of Se t., 2009
a Nonman
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Apt, persons in
need of a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding shall,
within seven (7) days prior to any
proceedingcontacttheAdministrative
Office of the Court, Bradford Couhty
Courthouse, 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL32091, telephone
904-966-6280, TDD 1-800-955-8771
Srel-i800-955-8770 via Florida Relay
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Appreciation
GVOnt f0f
,,
dIsabled boy
Anappreciationandcclebration
event for little Joshua Roth, his
family and an all of those who
have helped them will take place
at Powell's Dairy Freeze in
Stark on Saturday, Oct. 3, from
8 a.m.-4 p.m '
This free event will include a
Moonwalkn aft snolvai

dobr prizes, and music from D.J.
Rockin Rosco. There will also be
a special guest at 2 p.m. as well
as community yard sale and bake

saleo Roa a lot boy from
Melrose born with four birth
defects and little expectation for
survival who has beaten the odds
and touched many lives. ,
It
UI 9FS

helping faiSS

MOney Or

cystic fibrosis
If you would like to take part .
in the "Great Strides for is Cure"
cystic fibrosis fundraiser being
organized by Katelyn Sims but
are unable to walk, some local


g'g;s have the perfect project
A group has set up a quilt in
the community meeting room at
Capital City. Bank, and anyone
Willing to donate some of their
time to help hand stitch the quilt
is welcome to jdin. The quilters
are meeting on Fridays from 9
a.m.-1 p.m., but may reserve time
on other days if more convenient
for you as lefig as the room has
not been reserved.
For more information, please
contact Sue Loper at 904-368-
2001 or 352-468-2473.
Tickets will be sold and a
drawing for the quilt will be held.
Money raised will be donated

r ip. find a cure for cystic


DA R meets

MOnday
The Colonel Samuel Elliert
Chapter of the National Society
Daughters of the Am'erican
Revolution will hold its first
meeting of the 2009-2010 year
on Monday, Oct. 5, at 10:15 a.m.
at the Western Steer Steak House
on U.S. 301 in Starke.
The program this month
will be by Bobbie Powell of
the Alachua County Library
System. She will be speaking
on genealogy research and the


nea blr sources the library
Following the meeting, those
who wish may stay and enjoy
lunch and a time of fellowship.
All women \'vbose ancestors
aided in achieving American
Independence are cordially
invited to attend. Come learn
about the National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution and its historical,
educational and patriotic
activities.
For more information, please
contact Pat Poppell at 352- 473-
3980 or Susan Lucas at 352-235-
6439.


Hampton
benefit for

WOman with

There will be a benefit concert
to raise funds for Marian Moore,
a Hampton resident with cancer
at Hampton City Park. Several
bands will play and there will be
chicken dinners for sale.
The benefit will start at noon
on Saturday, Oct. 10, and run
through 6 p.m. For further
information, call Jane Hall at
352-468-1582.


Evergreen Baptist Church.C R
125 an Lawley, a Ill host Daniel
Crews and Caltars's unce on
concert on SunJ4.Oct --1.at 6
pm Refreshments will be serted
Iollowing the concert. Eteryone is
ma sted

s adwi dC i nC t htivill
churches on Sunday, Oct:4,from
2-3 p.m. Supporter will line up in
front of the church for a peaceful
prayer gathering representing a
united stand against abortion.

I',2,cqm.cgeqrhLake
Evangelist Jib Book, Sunday
through Tuesday, Oct.4-6, at7 p.m.
each night, Everyone is welcome.A
nursery will be provided. For more
information, please call 386-496-
3956.

Brooker Baptist Church will
celebrate homecoming on Oct. 11
with the Rev. Daniel Findley as the
speaker. The church invites all of its
old members to visitfellowship and
enjoy a great meal following the
morning worship service.

Keystone Heights Presbyterian
Church,4002 S.E. S.R.21, will


celebrate the 20" annilersary of
its founding on Oct 18 Everyone
as imited to the worship serance,
which begins at 10 a.m., and for
lunch immediate(\ following.

Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church at the corner of
tas h I iitn ru I triple
choir anniversary. Singers and
choirs are encouraged to call 904-
964-5285 and let the church know if
there is something they would like
do. The annual pemor ti n Tla

at 3 p. contact 904-964-5136 for


Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
will begin its Super Wednesday
Bible studies on Oct.7. Bilbig study
classes will be offered along with a
traditional prayer service. Groups
include Mission Friends, Team Kid,
youth, two ladies classes, and two
men's classes. All groups begin
at7 p.m. and are finished by 7:45.
For more informatiork, contact the
church office at 904-533-2018
Fresh Start Fellowship is holding
a recycled treasures sale, on Friday,
Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., and
Saturday, Oct 3, from 9 a.m. until


noon. Fresh Start Fellowship js.
located at 7191 S.R. 21 N.

Keystone United Methodist
Church youth ministry will host
a fleal 90e r3t bme sa 0,

dre r edo g ur r
information, call 352-473-3829.
An Elvis tribute concert with.ilm
Reese will take place that night
from 5-8 p.m. to raise money for
Peru missions. Tickets are $10 at
AMalla sk Chi ini's and Laketh
rea ery ghts or $ at
door. Popcorn is frpe, and drinks
and hot dogs will be on sale.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming,7pecmL
rents to editor@ bctelegraph.com.
DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT 5
P.M.


FLORIDA
,CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:.04-2009-CA-000050
DIVISION:
WELLS F'AliGO BANK, NAAS
TRUSTEE, .
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRENDAG. HIGHSMITH, et al,
Defendantss. s
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUE ST
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to a Final Judgment of
ForecIosure dated September 14,
2009, and entered in Case No. 04-
0009-OA-000050 of the Circuit Court
6f the Eighth.Judicial Circuit.in and
for Bradford County, Florida in which
Wells Fargo Bank, Na As Trbstee, is
the Plaintiff and Brenda G. Highsmith,
ace defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best -bidder for cash in
Bradford County, Florida on the 15m
day of October, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
COMMENCE AT NE CORNER OF
SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, AND RUN
SOUTHERLY ALONG SECTION
LINE 210 FEET FOR POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTHERLY 130 FEET, THENCE
WESTERLY PARALLEL TO NORTH
diiEGFION LINE 660-FEET THENCE
INORTHERLY::340 FEET, TilEflCE
-EASTERLY 450 FEET, THENCE
SOUTHERLY 210 FEET, THENCE
EASTERLY 210 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. BEING
IN NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4, SECTION
2, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SAVE AND EXCEPTING
THEFOLLOWING:
COMMENCE AT THE NE CORNER
OF SAID SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE21 EAST, AND RUN
SOUTH 87 DEGREES, 57 MINUTES
50 SECONDS WEST FOR 531.90
FEET ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 2, TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH
0 DEGREES 00 MINUTES AND 10
SECONDS WEST FOR 340 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES,
57 MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST,
FOR 128.10 FEET THENCE NORTH
0 DEGREES, 00 MINUTES lo


IS A l""ff
9 #*4 F 4,#
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That BEATRICE G. DODD TRUST
beholderofthefollowingcertificate(s)
has filed said certificates) for the
tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate numbers) atid year of
issuance, the description of property,
nd names) in which it is.assessed
are as follows:
ile Number: 2009-0009
Certificate Nuinber!654
ParcelNumber:08239-0-00000
Tear of Issuance: 2002
Description of Property:
Lot Three (3) of Block One (1) of A.L.
Alvarez's Addition to the Town of
Stake, according to the plat thereof
recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 36,
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; said lands lying and being in
Section 28, Towriship 6 South, Range
22 East.
Assessed To:
TITOMASEDWARDCAMPElilL "
All of the above prbperly eg fatit.d
in Bradford County, in The State or
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
COUNTYCOURTHOUSESTARKE,
L. on the 22nd dayof October, 2009,
at 11:00 a.m.
-* RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY
CLERK
individuals with disabilities needing
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
pOURTHOUSE. If notice to the
Individual of a deposition, court
date, subpoena, etc, is less than
seven (7) days, then the individual
shotJId 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.
9/17 4tchg 10/8-BCT
3
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed
Bids will be received by the Bradford
County School District Purchasing
Dept., 501 W. Washington St., Starke,
FI, until 2:00 p.m., Oct. 9, 2009, for
the furnishing of all materials, labor
and equipment for the following
project:
Bid # 10-1009-1 District Office
Complex-Shingle Replacement.
Plans and Specs may be.obtained
from NGI Reprographic, 3239 SW 47
Avenue, Suite 300, Gainesville, FL;
(352)371-5772 for the cost of printing
and shippirig. Partial sets will not be
issued. There is a mandatory pre-bid
Fri., Oct. 2 at 2:00 p.m. at the Maint/
Facilities, 519 North Orange Street
West, Starke, Florida; Richard Sapp, .
Director (904)966-6752. If you have
any questions, please contact Paul
Stressing Assoc., Inc., (386)462-
8407. The owner reserves the right
to waive any Irregularities and minor
technicalities or to reject any and all
bids.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: The
Bread sdits tuonTom7yh hthDds ic
Rights Act of 1964 (PL-88-352).



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All other creditors of the deceident and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
filetheirclaimswiththisCourt WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. .
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is October 1, 2009.
Attorney for Personal Representative
THOMAS C. SANTORO, ESQUIRE
1700 Wells Road, Suite 5
Orange Park, FL 32073
(904)278-8713
Personal Representative
MARIE ELENA FALKENBERG
24103 NW 63rd Avenue
Lawley, FL 32058
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-462
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs
DONALD B. COWLING; SUSAN 1.
COWLING; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC; JOHN DOE and
JANE DQE; Unknown Tenant(s).
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .that
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure, dated September 25,
2009, in the above-styled cause, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cashontheffontstepsoftheBradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
on the 5m day of Novembers 2009 the
following described real and personal
property;
Commence at the NW corner of
the SE1/4 of the SW% of Section
18, Township 6 South, Range 22
East; run South 693 feet for point of
beginning; thence continue South
346.5 feet; thence East 1137.75 feet;
thence North $41.5 feet; thence West
1137.75 feet to the polite of beginning,
lying in the.North 1/2 of the South
1/2 of Settion 18, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, All lying and being in
Bradford County Florida
Together with that certain
manufactured home more specifically
described as:
1999, Fleetwood (16 x 76) with Serial
Number GAFLWO7A43694BB21. .
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.
Dated this 25m day of September,
2009.
Ra Norman
Cler of Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deput Clerk
10/1 2tchg 10 -BCT
REQUSST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bradford Coun S.H.I.P. Program
will receive seaed-bids until 10:30
a.m. October 19, 2009 at the
Bradford County Office of the County
Clerk located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 for the
following:
Renovation of residence located at:
.B.4050tahStr64t, Starkh
C. 556 N. Cherry Street, Starke
D. 14615 SE 44th Avenue, Starke
E. 4206 SE 95th Terrace, Hampton
F. 21729 NE 10th Avenue, Lawtey
A mandatory walk through is a
requisite to a valid bid. All interested
bidders will meet at 8:15 a.m. on
Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at the
Community Development Office
located at 925-E North Temple
Avenue in Starke, Florida.
AII contractors must have proof of
Residential or General Contractor's
License, proof of liability insurance,
roof of Workers' Compensatibn
insurance (or Exemption Card), a
statement of non-discrimination,
and at least two references from
reviousI completed jobs.
ids will o ned at 10:30 a.m. on
October19,2 Sorassoonthereafter
as possible in the presence of the
Clerk or his designee, Community
Development staff, and all interested
persons in the Bradford County
Commission Meeting Room.
The opened bids will be read into


highest and best bidder for cash at 1 A Il Ph E' I ft Al
the front door of the Bradford County 1.J=\PL (15" IV IN
Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11:00
A.M. on Thursday, October 15, 2009, NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
the following described property: Personal property of the following
A parcel of land lying in the NE1/4 of tenants will be sold for cash or
Section 5, Township 7 South, Range otherwise disposed ofto satisfy'rental
22 East, Bradford County, Florida; liens in accordance with FloIida
said parcel being more particularly Statutes,. Self Storage Facility Act,
described as follows: Sections 83.806-83.807.
Commence at a concrete monument Auction will be held on Tuesday,
found at the Northeast corner of said October 13, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. at
NE1/4 and run South 88 degrees Melrose Mini Storage, 827 N. SR21,
53 minutes 10 seconds West, along Melrose, FL 32666. Phone (352)475-
the Northerly boundary thereof, 5000. All items may not be available
603.08 feet to an intersection with the on the date of the sale.
Westerly boundary of the right of way Terrance Mason
of the CSX Transportation railroad; Unit#50, household
thence South 16 degrees 15 minutes 9/24 2tchg 10/1-=LRM
29 seconds West, along said Westerly
boundary, 929.13 feet to a found LEGAL NOTICE
concrete monument for the Point of Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Beginning. From Point of Beginning to a petition filed by Georgia S. Wolfe,
thus described run thence South Matthew P. Tyre (Power of Attorney
16 degrees 15 minutes 29 seconds for Martha 8.. Tyre), to close that
West, along said Westerly boundary, portion of a 20' Alley Way between
455.27 feet to a set iron rod; thence Andromedia Lane and Orrie Street.
South 89 degrees 08 minutes 53 A portion of 20 foot alley lying between
seconds West, 285.92 feet to a set Block 14 and Block 15 of the Town of
concrete monument; thence South 89 Brooklyn, as per plat thereof recorded
degrees39minutes56secondsWest, in Plat Book 2, Page 15 of the public
362.82 feet to an iron rod set on the records of Clay County, Florida and
Easterly boundary of the right of way being more particularly described as
of Lincoln City Road (said iron rod follows:
being on the arc of a curve, concave Be in at the most +Jortherly corner
to the East and having a radius of of lock 14 and run Southerly along
3189.49 feet); thence Northeasterly the Westerly ling of said Block 14 a
along said Easterly boundary and distance of 330 feet, more or less,
along the arc of said curve 435.73 to the Center-line of Orrie Street
feet as measured along a chord (now closed); thence deflect 90 deg
having a bearing of North 15 degrees 00 min 00 sec to the right and run
22 minutes 18 seconds East, to an Northwesterly 20 feet to the Westerly
iron rod set at the end of said curve; right of way of an alley; thence run
thence North 19 degrees 17 minutes Northeasterly along said Westerly
18 seconds East, along said Easterly right of way line 330 feet more or
boundary, 623.91 feet to a concrete less to the Southerly right of way
monument set at the beginning of line of.Andromeda Lane; thence run
a curve, concave to the West and Southeasterly along said Southerly
having a radius of 843.51 feet; thence right.9f way, 20 feet to the Point of
Northeasterly along said Easterly Beginning.
boundary and along the are of said The Board of County Commissioners,
curve 57.87 feet as measured along Clay County, Florida held a public
a chord having a bearing of North hearing on said petition on Tuesday,
17 degrees 40 minutes 48 seconds September 22, 2009 at 2:00 P.M. or
East, to a set iron rod; thence North as soon thereafter and adopted a
89 degrees 29 minutes 47 seconds resolution dated September 22, 2009
Easts 33.59 feet to a found concrete closing the above described road.
monument} thence South 02 degrees 10/1 1tchg-LRM
08 minutes 04 seconds..East, 628.82
feet to a found concrete Monument; NOTIQE OF MEETING
thence North 88 degrees 54 minutes CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
12 seconds East; 380.31 feet to the CQMMUNITY
Point of Beginning- REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Any person claiming an interest in AND HERITAGE COMMISSION
the surplus from the sale, if any, other The Community Redevelopment
than the property owner as of the date Agency (CRA) will hold a meeting on
of the Lis .Pendens must file a claim Monday, October 5,-2009 at 6:00 p.m.
within60daysafterthesale- TheHeritageCommissionCommittee
Dated this 15th day of September, will hold a meeting .on Tuesday,
2009. October 13, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. All
RAY NORMAN meetings will be held at City Hall, 555
Clerk of the Circuit Court S. Lawrence Blvd, Keystone Heights,
By: Lisa Brannon Florida,.32656. Please call 352-473-
Deputy Clerk 4807 for more information
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT Each person who decides to appeal
any action taken at these meetings
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO is advised that person will need a
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME record of the proceedings and that
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Rorida accordingly, the person may need to
Statutes, notice is hereby given that ensure that a verbatim record of the
the undersigned, Jessica Hadley- proceedings is made, including the
McGlon, 12845 N.E. Hwy 200A' testimony and evidence upon which
Sparr, Florida 32192, sole owner, such appeal is to be based
doin1 business under the firm name 10/11tchg-LRM
of: Hadley Funeral Home, 2030
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida NOTICE OF PLANNING &
32091, intends to register fictitious ZONINOBOARDailEETING .
name under the aforesaid statute. City of Keystone Heights
Dated this 23" day of September, October 14 2009
2009 in Bradford County. at 6:3D .m
10/1itpd-BCT ThePlanning&ZoningpBoardwillhave
* 'se a we' .a meeting on Wednesday,-October
OFICIE QP 1 TENTIOld TO 14,2009at6:30pm, toreview:1) Use
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME by Exception application submitted
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida by William & Helen Dixo 350 S
Statutes, notice is hereby iven that Lawrence Blvd., Keyston Heights
the undersi ed, Richat Vemon FloridaoperateanicetreamParlor
Goodwin an Lowell Jason Roberts, and 2) Use B Exception application
322 S. Walnut Street, Starke, Florida submitted by arby Bloodgood, 190
32091, joint owners, doin business S. Lawrence Blvd., Florida, to operate
under the firm name of: R J cycling, a Caf6: Additional information can be
322 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fionda obtained by contacting City Hall at
32091, intends to register fictitious 352-473-4807
name under the aforesaid statute- PLEASE BEADVISEDthatifaperson
Dated this 24* day of September, decides to a al any decision made
2009 in Bradford County. by the Plan g and Zoning Board
10/1 itpd-BCT with respectto any matter considered
J at such hearing, he or she will need
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING a record of the proceeding for such
The Bradford County School Board purpose, he or she will need to
will.be having a public hearing on ensure that a verbatim record of the
October 12, 2009 in the Bradford proceed is made which record
County School Board Room #201 Pncludes he testimony and evidence
at 6:30 p.m. to discuss Title X, u n which the at is to be
Homeless, policy changes- b ed, appe
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT 10/1 itchg-LRM


the stirplus from the sale. if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale,
Dated this 25th day of September.
2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of me Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
Public Auction
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold a
Public Auction on Friday, October 16,
2009 at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL on the following
storage unit containing personal
items.
#128 A. Collins
#33 C. Pinckney
#54 L. Jackson
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
NOTICE OF PROPOSED
ORDINANCE OF
THE CITY COMMISSION OF
STARK, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the proposed Ordinance, whose title
hereinafter appears, will be brought
up for READING and ADOPTION
Tuesday, October 6, 2009, at the City
Commission Meeting commencing
at 7:00 p.m., at Starke City Hall,
209 North Thompson Street, Starker
Florida. A copy of said Ordinance
may be inspected by any member
of the public at the Office of the City
Clerk at City Hall, in Starke, Florida.
On the dates above-mentioned, all
interested parties may appear and be
heard with respect to this proposed
Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2010- 0632
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING
SECTION 70-31 THROUGH 70-
38 OF THE CITY OF STARE
CODE OF ORDINANCES TO
CLARIFY THE ADVISORY
ROLE OF THE RECREATION
BOARD; ESTABLISHING
MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS;
DELINEATING FUNCTIONS
AND RESPONSIBILITIES;
REQUIRING THE DEPOSIT OF
REVENUES INTO A RESTRICTED
ACCOUNT; ESTABLISHING
MEETING REQUIREMENT
AND SUBCOMMITTEES; AN
PROVIDING AN IMMEDIATE
EFFECTIVE DATE.
10/1 itchg-BCY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
FileNo.04-2009-CP-9
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF ANTHONY
JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
deceased, whose date of death was
October 16, 2008, and whose Social
Security Number is XXX-XX-7629,
is .pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 745
N. emple Avenuediitarke, IFidrida
32097t.eThWERFnet'4hdraddresses the portondPr@re8@htative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
personshavingclaimsorderriands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required| to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decadent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 1, 2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative
THOMAS C. SANTORD, ESQUIRE
Orla 0 a a7


MARIEP r 3N
La I lorild88320

IN THE CIRCUITUC RATL C UCRUTTH
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CA6ERNOO OT42 -SC -N
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF DIVISION:
ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINo
Deceased.
NOT s rA MINI RATjeO
d THONd e NPmbePIOOMBIONO
CP-9 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is the
aomd Cotmtnufo rthkouseFlo
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
arLeLsj EdREbS oEd PERSONS AF)E
NOTIFIEDTHAT
All persons on whom this notice is
, rd d whoheha idi bje tio th t
the qu lifications of the persona)
r tvev uri


i f r
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLIC T NDOFSTHI ENROTICE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
A SeN oT OeNd eEd tandlother
ntsdha Isaimssa dendm
a copy of this notice is served within

r ta hnCo c ed
A ERA RO THORFEETHMEOFNTSS
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.


public record and preserved in
the custody of the Community
Development Department.
Bids will not be valid unless received
by the bid deadline and in a sealed
envelope marked, "Sealed Bid,
S.H.I.P" and received by 10:30 a.m.,
October 19, 2009.
Questions may be answered at the
Community Development Office by
Angela Cooper at (904) 966-6382.
The County reserves the right to reject
all bids when in its best judgment they
are too high or when it is determined
to be in the best interest of the County
that the bids be re-advertised.
Itisthe policyofthe Countyto promote
equal opportunity to obtain adequate
housing by all persons, regardless
of race, color, religion, sex, familial
status, handicap, or national origin.
10/1 itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000574
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
NAAC 2007-2
PLAINTIFF
VS.
SUSAN ARMSTRONG; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUSAN ARMSTRONG
IF ANY; VICTORIA .S. CASE;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VICTORIA
S. CASE IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; KATHRYN TRUTH;
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated September 18,
2009 entered in Civil Case No. 04- -
2008-CA-000574 of the Circuit Court
of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORD County, STAKE,
Florida, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at THE.LOBBY at
the BRADFORD Count Courthouse
located at 945 NOR H TEMPLE
AVENUE in STAKE, Florida, at
11:00 a.m. on the 22" da f October,
2009 the following deson d property
as set forth in said Summary Final
Jud ment, to-wit:
LO 3 AND WEST 1/2 OF LOT 2,
BLOCK 3, HARDY'S ADDITION TO
CITY OF STAKE, FLORIDA, AS
PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 56 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF .
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if an other
than the property owner as oft e date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 21st day of September,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy
IN ACCORDANCERWITH THE
AMERICANS WITH f)(SABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service.
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORI A
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-427
DOUGLAS P. HARDY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RELLEN H. CLARK, MIDLAND
FUNDING LLC, FIRSTSUN
LENDERS, INC. and MOTT BUICK
COMPANY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
to a Final Jud ment Of Foreciosure
dated Septem r 14, 2009 in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the


Jimmy N. Morgan and Roberta
MorganHusbandandWife;JPMorgan
Chase Bank, National Association
flkla The Chase Manhattan Bank f/k/a
Chemical Bank, as Trustee of IMC
Home Equity Loan Trust 1996-2 under
the Pooling and Servicing Agreemeht,
Dated as of April 1, 1996, Unknown
Parties in Possession #1; Unknown
Parties in Possession #2; If living'
and all Unknown Parties claiming by,
through, under and against the above
named Defendant(s) 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
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY
TO:
Roberta Morgan; ADDRESS
UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 416 North
Polk Street, Starke, FL 32091.
Residence unknown, if living*
including any unknown spouse of
the said Defendants, if either has
remarried and if either or both of said
Defendants are dead, their respective
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, creditors, lienors, and
trustees, and all other persons
claiming by, through, under or against
the named Defendant(s); and the
aforementioned named Defendant(s)
and such of the aforementioned
unknown Defendants and such of the
aforementioned unknown Defendants
as may be infants, incompetents or
otherwise not sui juris. .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action has been commenced to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
real proper lying and beln and
situated in radford County, F orida,
more particularly desonbed as
follows:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
EAST 1/2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 29,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST, IN THE CITY OF STAKE,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA'
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF AFORESAID EAST
V2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4AND RUN THENCE
SOUTH 1* 50' EAST ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF,
ANDISETAASNTCEERLOF 4dL60NG dN
OF THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
COLLINS PLAC RUN THEN E
SOUTH 89* 00' WEST ALONG
ENSTEARLLONG SAPDROI.OO GHAETRO
BOUNDARY A DIS ANCE OF
2305R98 FOENTTTOOAFN IB MSNTIANKGE
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS E
SOUTH D8 CBEWESCONATLINN
SAl SO R
A DDSTANCUETHOEF 00 FBEO NDOAR
BROOUNNDSTAKE OOFN TTHHE GS
WAY OF POLK STREE RUN
THENCE S 0" 49' 30" EAST ALONG
LAST AFORESAID EASTERLY
EOEJNDTAORY.NAIR SNTTTCEEOER
THENCE SOLITH 88 39' 30 EAW1.
A DISTANCE OF 100.1 FEET TO AN
IRON STAKE RUN THENCE NORTH
1* 49' 30" WEST AND PARALLEL
BOOULADSATRAFORD AdDNE SOER
FEET TO A POINT OF BEGINNING
olrkeScomm ly knoFwLn s 4116 North
Th h tm fil
is action as en ed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy ofHyo Rwntten defense, if any,
upon S O & SHMAN, LLP,
Attorneys f PDad iffMwhose address
u 00412 Ta abrFL Hi2wa8y,
w rty (3 ysithin thi mpa, after the firsi
public tior hof t Iscnotice ad file the
o in bef the erk o slain%
el er ore service on s
a orney or i mediate tbbere after
o erwise a t w e entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 23rd day of September,
2009.
. RAY NORMAN
Circuit and Count Courts
By: Lisa cannon
Deputy Clerk
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT


'"sTDH RU DC3R C
GENERAL JURI D


EU CHOMPBNNKAS NRTUS AE-
UNDER THE POOLING AND
SEROF MGROGR1E)E EON GDSARTPE
MOA GAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-1
JVA ICE L. BERRY; UNKNOWN
SFPON ;EANOF ANADNIACLEL bN NW
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
D NDANTNTEWHO INADRIVIDNU
WNH HNE'O BSA EAD UONRKNOWEN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
DOAEIMAASNTdKNO NDOTEdN JSA
POSSESSION DEFENDANTS
FO LNOOST RE OFALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
n vils tseem ,-C2AO- 01ente d
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial
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Herb Hiller. Lake Butler's
WayneRobertswilldisplay
hand-crafted whips, and
Grandin's .Wanda Weintrau
wn'efoh abandmade seasddle
children and adults will
highlight the Clay ranch.
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BY CHERYL KING
Special to the Monitor
The Garden Club of the Lakes,
Inc.FFGC "Yard of the Month"
for September is the Faith
Presbyterian Church located on
S.E. SR 21, Melrose, Florida.
As each member of the
"Yard Birds and Chicks" was
introduced you could see the
pride in Reverend Marla Jones
face. -
"This is part of the
congregation who care for the
grounds."
At some time all the members
have helped maintain the
gardens. A repair needed to
be done, so the grass had to be
This year, PLC has
permanently preserved over
1,200 acres of sensitive land
for Putnam County's future.
Tickets are $25 for adults,
fu hchi ennat cla2(
(386) 336-5400 or visit www.
PutnamLandConservancy.org.

DISaStar
preparedness
EXpOr planned
Prepare your family for
disaster before it strikes.
An preparedness expo will
be held at the KH Lions Club,
915 Orchid Ave. Saturday, Oct.
10, noon until 5 p.m.
The event is free and
open to residents of Clay,
Bradford, Putnam and Alachua
Counties. .
Information on fires,
hurricanes, floods and other
.disasters will be provided.
agRe ponseill Ted recover%
discuss disaster preparedness
for you and your family.
The disaster preparedness


replaced. Nine pallets of sod
were delivered. Withm an hour
or so all the grass was down.
From teens to seniors, members
showed up to get the job done,
each grabbing a piece of sod.
A Memonal garden is planted
with multicolored zinnias, pink
begonias, agapanthus and tea
roses with loropetalum lining
the walkway. Abench is seated
under.a. dogwood tree with
grasses and flowers.
A pink St. John vine, red
tea roses and deep purple
lorapetalums line the fence.
There is a table and bench along
the pathway to the church doors.
On either side of the doors are
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An invitational tea will be held on Saturday, Oct. 10 at Champions Heart Center,
275A Lawrence Blvd., in Keystone Heights. Shown above (I-r) are Peggy Dixon,
Joan Vaughn, Cherl Cox, Bobble Johnson and Sue Plaster. The event is designed
to begin a new chapter of.the Beta Sigma Phi sorority. For more Information, call
Plaster at (352) 473-9385.


windows. A yellow allamanda
grows against the building as
well as a pmk jocabinia, mondo
grass, lantana, caladium and so
much more.
As we walked by a row of
crepe myrtles, a green tree frog
jumped into the hair of one of
the ladies.
If anyone in the Melrose,
Keystone area would like to
-nominateabusinesssynagogue,
churchor home (even your own)
for "Yard of the Month" please
call Cheryl (352) 473-1387 or
Deirdre (352) 281-3026.




Grandin.
fall feStiVal
planned
A wine and art festival is
Bann in dn n turd
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Vineyard located on S.R. 100
in Grandin. The festival begins
at.9 a.m.and ends at 6 p.m..
Thirty Palatka Art League
artists will be on hand to
g;:gatg's
jewelry, whid chimes,
embroidery, photography, glass
paintings, stained glass, jams
and allies, oat cheese and
moreT
Blue rass and old time
music ill be featured all day
Hotdogs and hamburgers will
be available.
For information on becoming
a-participatingvendorcall
(385) 659-1707 or (386)
659-1707 or isit wivw.
tangledoaksvineyard.com.


expo is sponsored by the City
of Keystone Heights and the
Keystone Heights Volunteer
Fire Department.

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KH HS reunion
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A reunion for Keystone
Heights High School. classes
is being planned for Saturday,
""ia'is wrwww
-
are invited to attend. The event
will be held at the Keystone
Heights Lions Club at 915
Orchid Ave. Tickets are $15
per person in advance, and $20
at the door. An RSVP by Nov.
I is requested-
Contact June Redfearn
Carroll at 8461 Nittany Dr.
in Melrose, Fl. 32666 or call
JoanieMillerPaytonat(352)
473-7410.


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Palmetto Cottage in Keystone Heights on Sept. 12. Friends, family, and passers-
by attended to demonstrate their support for the national march on Washington,
held that day."The theme," Phil said, "was that the government should now act
like citizens do when in financIal crIsla. That is, stop spending." Signs to that effect
demonstrated the tea-totaIllng sentiments*


M0t0fCYCle
Day planned
at Lake Swan
0 Pam
FriendsofLakeSwancampis
planning its annual Motorcycle
Day on Oct. 3, from 8 a.m. until
2 p.m, Funds raised support the
camp and its kids programs.
Events include the 3rd annual
motorcycle ride, $10 per bike,
with registration beginning at
8 a.m. and stands up at 10 a.m.
Lunch is at 11 a.m., and ticket
sales for the grand prize etid
at 12:45. Door prizes, a silent
auction of motorcycle-related
items and a drawing for the
grand prize are included.

Mc Rae plan s

Mel aeFEeeSmtntary chool
hasTschr ledOat st val
until 7 p.m. Student armbands
will be $10; armbands for kids
fi and und amre5.a mT
$
ae da ynpt cae
houses, an obstacle course, and
venA Ill o sa eld.nclude
burgers, hotdogs, popcorn, sno.
cones and cotton candy.
For more information,
contact McRae Elementary at
(352) 473-5686.


,
KH Farmers
Market opens
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The Keystone Heights
Farmers' Market re-opens for
its 4th season on Thursday
Oct. 1, at 4 p.m. The Market
will orice again be held in the
park behind City Hall every
Thursday from 4 until 7 p.m.
through June,-2010. Some of
the area's favorite vendors are
returning, such as the "Crab
CakeKing",Fralikthebakerthe
KHHS Culinary Arts students.
Josey's Honey Farm and Rose's
Produce. Graham Farms from
Broker will be back after a
year off with vegetables,
plants, jelly and fresh produce.
Plenty of parking is available
at Keystone Beach. Foi further
in1f rmation, call (352) 473-

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4 P
Barbecued pork or chicken,
sweet potatoesand baked beans
drepre:d bay Rick Stalls ,with
vegan fare will be featured.
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assignments each week. If they
*,nojutgthe coursse or3find it
grace period where students can
exit the course without lia'ving it
goFonVtheibre ly free. By
working at home without
distractions some students find
they can get more done. When
students have questions in any
p. their classes, the teacher is
only a phone call or a mouse
click away
Teachers can also help
in the virtual classroom by
showing problems on a virtual
whiteboard. In some classes the
teachers send materials (some of
which must be returned) to use at
home, for free. The teachers are
certified public school teachers
and are in contact with students
and their parents on a regular
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time an lace an ath
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psychology. New courses are
being added all the time. L
FLVS recently began
offering class s for middle 1
school and elementary 1
students as well as, summer 1
school.
As the graph at right t
illustrates, enrollment has
increased as well as student
completion of courses.
Even students w ho are
homeschooled can still have
virtual interaction with other
students and.people. Lack of
direct social interaction has
been an issue for many critics
of home schooling.
offFlorkl h t e he b o
newspaper, science c ,
model UN clubs, and more.
The Newspaper club writes
articles for the FLVS student
newspaper "News in a Click".
The Model UN holds exactly
what the name implies, model
UN meetings, where students
can gather and debate current
issues. Science club holds the
annual Science fair and Science
Olympiad.


FLVS Completion Hiistory (As of July 1st, 2009)


BY TYLER BROWN
Special to the Monitor


The school year is in full
swingnoweveryonelsback.But
what about those who wanted
to home school their children?
What about those who want
classes in addition to current
public school classes, but don't
know how to find classes? What
about the cost of homeschooling
or other courses?
Well, there is an answer:
Florida Virtual School. FLVS,
is an "... online K-12 e-learning
solution." FLVS has been
around for twelve years and its
enrollment has only increased
One advantage of FLVS is
that you can learn any time
you like, day, night or weekend.
Many students use the program
in addition to public school for
extra credits or to get a class not
offered by their school.
Whatever course students
are looking for, -Florida Virtual
School will probably have the
course they want. The program
offers 95 courses ranging from


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do the course: regular pace
and assignments, accelerated
pace and regular assignments
or extended pace and regular
agigapplats. There are ago


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honors assignments in some
classeswhichstudentscancover
in any of the above speeds.
To begin FCVS students make
an account on the Web site and
follow the instructions. Next
they pick the classes they want,
such as computer programming,
geometry or Spanish.
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that must be downloaded to
complete the course. Afte
registration, students wait for
teacher to approve the request
Teachers then give the student
a welcome telephone call to
review course requirements an
what is expected.
As students begin, they mus
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fire, but when."
A Community Wildfire
Protection Plan is being
drawn up. Annaleasa Winter,
information officer with the
Department of Agriculture's
Division of Forestry, said there
were already I2 such regional
plans in place across the state
and more in process.
YThe plans are now required
by the State of Florida, given
the risk and the cost of fighting
wildfires. There is also a move
afoot to withhold FEMA and
Other federal disaster recovery
funds from areas that lack a fire
mitigation plan..
Thirty to 50 regional
representatives will meet
occasionally until the plan is
done. Bradford's Brian Jones
provided a count of homes
and residents in the designated
Bradford region. Justin Slater
and Chip Ware from KH's
Station 10 are providing lists
of known water sources. KAA
Chair Noel Thomas provided
maps of the airport; Clay
Electric will provide data on
the populations and household
numbers, School District rep
Bruce Harvin provided maps of


area schools and emergency .
shelters.
Once all the data is
assembled, according to
Harrell, the information will
be assembled to create a plan .
of attack, not once a wildfire
begins, but before it stalTs. ar
Using satellite Information -
and a computer program, the
plan will show the urban/
wildlands interface over the
four countIes, wherp houses
have been built at the edge of
and in woodland forests.
More recently, the urge to
move from cities back into:
nature has prompted more
building in the most fire prone ublic officials from four counties are creating a
areas, Harrell said. Community WHdfire Protection Plan which will help
The CWPP will address combat fires before they start.
that issue by planning for -prepare in advance. Brush, trees complete. The CWPP
controlled burns, mechanical and landscaping should be kept about six to nme mo
removal of undergrowth and a minimum of 30 feet from the prepare.
even fostering grazing. house. Mulch and ornamental
Education of the public is plants should be chosen
also absolutely essential, carefully, with the possibility
Harrell said. Firewise seminars of fire fuel kept in mind.
are planned, including one to Lake Region residents can
be held in Keystone Heights on expect to hear more, and may
Oct. 10. be asked to help prepare the
Evertwhenaforestfiresweeps plan. All will be encouraged
through. Harrell added.--homes to'takeicholi once thd lah.is .. 2,'
can to -spared if-"hbbicon ners :--* v A-


part of a state effort to combat
wildfires.
Departments from Putnam,
Bradford, Clay and Alachua
Counties would like. to be a
little better prepared when
wildfire strike again-which,
they were told, would happen
eventually.
Division of Forestry
Consultant Jim Harrell told the
crowd, "It's not a question of
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BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Afonitor Editor
Fire personnel, county and
cityofficialstheschooldistrict,
Clay Electric Cooperative,
members of the Keystone
Airpark Authority, members of
sheriff's departments, residents
and state parks workers all
convened at Gold Head Branch
State Park in mid-Seotema


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J.L. Miller, Fred Pitts and Chip Ware consult at the


Park. Local vendors will sell
local products, only. To reserve
a space call (352) 339-4718.


Clay Budget/
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FinanCO tO

The Clay County Budget
and Finance Committee will
meet on Monday, Oct. 5, and
Monday, Oct. 19, at 2 p.m. in
the BCC Meeting Room, Fourth
Floor, Administration Building,
477 Houston St. in Green Cove
Sp s. me n o
persons are invited to attend


COmmissioner
Stewart in KH
Oct. 10 .
Clay County Commissioner
Chereese Stewart will keep
office hours at Keystone Heights
City Hall on Saturday, Oct.
10, from 10 until 11:30 a.m.
Clay residents are encouraged
to discuss concerns and issues
at that time.
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market to
Open
A Melrose Farmers Market
will begin on Friday, Oct. 9
and be held every Friday from
4 to 7 p.m. at Melrose Heritage


air during the WTLY NBC
12 newscasts, online at www.
firstcoastnews.comandhonored
at a special awards reception on
Oct. 8.
"Bettye simply did what
needed to be done to bring
hospice services to her
community," says Moore, "and
continues to be a role model for
so many. She was and continues
to be an inspiration to me and
countless others she has touched
with her kindness.


You don't meet many people
like Bettye Zowarka. Her
compassion, care and giving
spirit are what define her. and
to a great extent, she shines for
Haven Hospice 4
A Haven volunteer liaison
in the Keystone Heights and
Melrose area, Zowarka has
won one ,of the "12 Who
Care" Community Service
Awards created more than 20
years ago by WTLV NBC 12
ri cpk j ho re ce rate
difference in their communities
through their volunteer efforts.
Zowarka was the driving force
in making hospice care available
intheKeystoneHeights/Melrose
area.
Inspired by her father's
experience with a hospice in
Nashville-and amazed by
the nurses and volunteers who
drove through sleet and snow
to care for him- she began
volunteering with Haven,
formerly known as Hospice of
North Central Florida, in 1984.
Determined to brir)g hospice
care to Keystone Heights and
Melrose, more than 20 miles
from a hospital, Zoyarka
contacted Patti Moore, RN,
MSN, who was then executive
director of Hospice of North
Central Florida, and began


working in the organization's
small office at Alachua General
Hospital.
She talked to local
organizations about hospice care
and led a steering committee
to help promote the program .
in the area. The committee
organized numerous fundraisers
and even held garage sales at
patients' homes to pay for their
medications. Its members were
constantly trying to raise money
to hel atiees blushing hospice
care was a real necessity for the
outlying area," Zowarka says.
"It's one of the most rewarding
things I've ever done."
Today, Zowarka works
directly with Haven's patients
b'y interviewing them to
determine which of their needs
might be met by a volunteer.
She conducts monthly team
meetings with Haven staff and
volunteers and keeps abreast of
Haven's progradis by attending
meetings. She also attends
educational programs and
networks with other volunteer
liaisons. And as a member of
the Haven Speakers Bureau'
she educates local community
groups, organizations and
volunteers about Haven
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'Voice of the Tigers'


for the
Times
During
the 2007-
2 0 0 8
football
season
Sweat
wasn i oa
year at Zach Sweat
Union
County
High School, where he began
working as a sideline reporter
for WUCR 'during football
games. After graduation, he
took over for David Harris as


BY TERESA S'IONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
.
MeetZachSweatthefamiliar
voice heard on WUCR 107.9
FM during Union County High
School Tiger football games.
Sweat has now taken his
love of Tigers football one step
further. He is in the midst of
an internship as a writer for
the popular sports Web site'
FlaVarsity.com, somethmg he
said he expects to continue
'doing for the rest of the season.
More recently, Sweat has also
provided coverage of a few
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the play-by-play commentator
alongside color commentator
Charlotte Emerson.
"After graduation, I helped
out on the first two games of
the next season, then, on the
third game, Mr. Harris asked
if I could take it over," said
SwS at first found he had a
knack for radio broadcasting
when he was in the eighth grade.
He debuted as the weatherman
with the Tiger Network News,
providing on-air morning
announcements with a few of
his classmates.
See VOICE, p. 9A


FCCD Chapter V will
hold a Texas Hold'em poker
tournament on Friday, Nov. 20,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club. There is a $30 donation
to play that will .go towards
assisting FCCD in their many
community service projects.
Seating begins at 6:30 p.m.
and the tournament starts at 7
p.m. Light refreshments will be
provided. The top five players
will receive prizes. Tickets are
available in advance and at the
door.
To .obtain a ticket, contact
Chkistina Crews at (386) 496-
6109, Julie Crews at (904) 368-
3346, or Rob Lingis at (352)
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The Early Learning Coalition
of Florida's Gateway will
hold its executive committee
meeting on Monday, Oct. 12,
at 3 p.m.
The coalition's regular board
meeting will take place on
Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 9 a.m.
at the coalition office, located
at 1104 SW Main Blvd. in Lake
City.
The Coalition oversees the
state and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age five for the following
counties: Columbia, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Suwannee, and
Union Counties.
Community participation and
input is welcome. For more
information, contact Stacey
Nettles at (386) 752-9770.


SREC now
se rvi ng
breakfast
The Suwanhee River
Economic Council announces
that the nTeal site located lit^
855 SW 6m Ave. is now open
'orbr tm=
reservations, contact Lala
Redmond at (386) 496-2342.

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14, from I 2 p.m. in the
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Last week, five of the district's
17 new teachers were introduced
to the conununity. This article
is part two ofthe new Union
County teacher profiles.


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Carey Zegart UCHS
boy's basketball
COach
Zegart holds a bachelor's
degree in psychology from
the University of Kentucky
and a master's degree in sport
science from Micht gan State
University.
inc siono chUrCHdSth boan
basketball coach. Pr or to
Ut ke k id e hd
then Vanguard High School in
Ocala
Ze d the 1 of th
gartsai h ove
competition andit e opportunity
to impact he ivesh hou
motivatedWit t b skeoisaln
team he said he wants to
establish a stron foundation in
the fu d nta of th name e game
hand see hlat the team represents
eZsc wed h bl d
egart sai e is esse
ven ye a ardn nnera
current ESPN analyst and
former three-time NBA all-
star

NanCY MClinOS
- UCHS 9th grade
English
a
Nanc y
McInnes of
Gainesville
received
h e r
bachelor's
degree in
education
from Drake
University Mcinnes
Nifle o
teach reading K-12, elementary
education 1-6, and holds an
ESOL endorsement.
Co otr, cItj t g reU
and English for eight years in
Hillsborough County and spent
one year at Bradford Middle
School as an English teacher.
McInnes said she truly enjoys
the company of children and
n toc hi orhh fhu7
"I would like to see my
students develop a love for
writing and I hope to assist
them with expanding their
vocabularies," she said.
whMcIrm grew up in Maine
newspaper when she was a
senior in high school., She was
also a former felony parole
officer and Eucharistic master
who brought communion to
nursing home residents. She has
two children of her own who
attend school in Gainesville.

Doreen DiMauro
.
-first grade

Doreen
DiMauro
attended
n ers o
where she .
a eeldor'a "
degree in
deum @ DIMauro
lowahulrdo
a reading
certification and ESOL
endorsement. She is currently
cl r 1 firstagra h I Lake
emen ry .
CoPu to coming to Urnoa
paraprofessional for four years
at Einstein Montessori Charter
School in Gainesville where
she worked with children with
learning disabilities. She also
nmplet ean internship atd
Ga 52, said it was a
lifelongdreamofherstobecome
ateacher.Sheloveschildrenand
wanted a meaningful, fulfilling
c eer where she could make a


'My goal is to help my
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spanning 100 years and


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com's message boards. It was
there that he responded to an
==-7. :e
articles for Florida high school

:ib rd b n posting npl
for the position. I told them
about doing the radio show
and the fact that I had first-
hand knowledge of the Tigers
footbaH team and they gave me
a shot, Sweat said.
After writing his first article,
thepublisherMichael Langston
g e huneda call and said he was
He said he was considering
hiring me as a staff writer
inaabecou ec er n ne
the North Florida area," said
sweat.
When: asked which Tigers
football game he recalled as the
best, Sweat was quick to say it
was the 2003 state semi-finals
game against Florida High
School. He was in the eighth
grade at the time, and it was the
last year thq.Tigers headed to a
state championship.
Watching the game from
behind the end zone, Sweat
saw consecutive touchdowns
on a run by Jeremy Brown and
then an mterception return by
CJ. Spilled, giving the Tigers
a 47-40 lead over Florida High
School. With the Seminoles
in possession of the ball, they
had a chance to either tie or
win the game with just seconds
remaimng on the clock.
"The Tigers made a goal line
stop with just three seconds left
in the game," said Sweat. "It
was intense."
If you can't make it out to
a.Tigers football game, live
pre-game coverage on WUCR
107.9 begins each Friday mght
at 7 p.m. You can also listen
online by following the link
on WUCR's Web site, www.
UnionCountyRadio.com.
Archivesofpreviousgamescan
be heard by visiting the Web
site www. orsdaCast.com.Del
and Deneen Sweat. He is
.currently attending Lake City
Community College, and
plans to, transfer next summer
to the University of Florida's
agricultural communications
program. He hopes to minor in
history and continue a career
path in broadcasting and sports
.journalism.


chronicling the life and journeys
of her beloved grandmother, a
turn of the century immigrant.
She is the mother of two
daughters, one son-in-law and
three grandchildren.

Je anna Hannon
- first grade
Jeanna Hannota i or f'
received her
bachelor's
degree in
elementary
education
f r o m
Saint Leo
University.
Han non
completed
internships in
Hannon kindergarten,
first second
and third
grade classrooms, and is now
a first grade teacher at Lake
Butler Elementary School.
When asked what motivated
hertobecomeateacherHannon
said it wasn't a "what" that
motivated her, but a "who."
"My third grade teacher,
Nadine Faulk, is the reason
I'm a teacher," Hannon said.
"When I transferred to LBES
halfway through the third
grade, Mrs. Faulk made me feel
at home right away. L loved her
and she made me love coming
to school. I decided I wanted to
be like her." .
Outside her first grade
classroom, Hannon enjoys
reading, scrapbooking and
dancing.


Miller said she hopes to instill
a love for math in her students
and to develop a good rapport
ivith not only the students,
but also with faculty and staff
members. In her spare time,
Miller enjoys spending time
with her family and friends,
scrapbooking, traveling and
learning new things.


Jenkins-Chohan said she
loves fafnily gatherings and
spending time with her two
daughters, Chloe and Natalie.
She also enjoys reading and
traveling. *
"I am glad to be an educator,
and to be a part of the Union
County school system, she
said.


Zach Sweat during a
Ilve broadcast from
the ag department at
UCHS In 2007 -


BI g
VI * '
continued from p. 8A
Through his agriculture
communication classes during
high school, Sweat also covered
a few high school baseball and
basketball games and wrote a
number of sports articles for
the school newspaper. Where
he really wanted to be was on
the football field playing the
game, however, a knee injury
back in the seventh grade ended
his football career. Reporting
the games became the next best
thingforhim.
"I especially enjoyed this
my senior year," Sweat said.
"All my friends were out there
playingandalthoughIcouldn't
be on the field with them, I was
able to do the mdio show."
Andrew Zow was the Tiger's
new head football coach during
Sweat's first season sporting
with WUCR.
"Thatfirstyear with Zow was
a very frustrating season for the
Tigers, but I've seen them grow
over the past three years. Each
week, I continue to be more
impassedbyquarterbackChris
Alexander and have enjoyed
watching him master the game
s his sophomore year," he

Being a substitute teacher
in the Union County school
district, Sweat is also able to
get to know personally some
of the up and coming Tiger
players.
SevemlyearsagoSweatwho
possesses a broad knowledge
of the game of football, began
postingcommentsonFlaVarsity.


Lindsa y
Clyatt, 23, of
Lake Butler
graduate ]
from Liberty
University in
.. Lynchburg
VA. She is
currently
teaching
sixth grade
math at
clyatt Lake Butler
Middle
School.
Clyatt said she was motivated
to become a teacher by her
desire to positively impact the
lives of children.
"I want to see each of my
students grow in every area of
their lives. Though they will
not all grow the same amount
or at the same level, I want to
see them grow as individuals,"
Clyatt said.
In her spare time, Clyatt
enjoys traveling, working in her
church and bargain shopping.

Lat0nya COnnelly
- 5th & 6th grade
inCIUSIOR

, utonya Connelly moved
Keystone
Heig h ts
to Union
Count 4
wher 7
she now
teaches
fifth and
sixth grade
reading '
ag u Connelly
arts inclusion
a Tutle Middle School
C 11 33 du d
fromnTai2 Leo ve ie
with a degree in elementary
education. She is certified in
exception student education
and holds ESOL and reading
endorsements.
While attending college,

Cdohnn is Ik da ee
County.
She and her husband, Dale,
have two children, Melanie, 11,
and Clayton, age 7. The family
attends First Baptist Church of

e h g is a profession that
is rewarding in so many ways
and I am glad to be a part of the
profession," Connelly said.

Lisa Miller UCHS
algebra and math


SpLi s m n ted c oh
and also served as a substitute
teacher in'Columbia County
before joining the staff at
UCHS as an Algebra 1, liberal
arts math and remedial math
teacher.
6 S)heU veasi ad ttle opfec
certifications > in middle
e math and a reading


math
David Hardin attended the
University of Florida where
he received
a degree in
statistics.
Prior to
.99 be comin 3
a sixth
eighth
grade roath
teacher at
Lake Butler
Middle
School ,
Hardin was
Hardin a substitute
teacher at
P.K. Yonge
in Gainesville.
Hardin said he has always
been involved with working
with young people and has
previously coached baseball,
basketball and chess. '
A favorite hobby of Hardin's
is teaching and playing chess
where he also competes in
tournaments, fle hopes to be
able to start a chess program at
* the middle school.
"Chess is great for kids.
It teaches them to think and
plan:' Hardin said.

Amy Roberts LBES

Amy Roberts, 33, of Lake
- Butler, as the new art teacher
at Lake Butler Elementary
School. Her previous teachmg
experience includes a fourth
gmde Internship, Pre-K, first
grade and kmdergarten.
-- n Ttheh oe
five said
that she
chose an
edaucaetion
because
she wanted
a job that
would
inyol ve
her own
Roberts child trhe n

connected even th couldhe wbe
working.
Although Roberts said she is
proud to live in Union County,
she enjoys traveling with her
fam plan a few trips each
year just to see all the beautiful
places there are in the country,"
said Roberts."
She hopes that give each of
her students at LBES a rich art
experience.


Belinda Buchanan, 39, of
Fort White, attended Florida
State University. She has joined
the staff at Lake Butler Middl9
School as a seventh and eighth
grade inclusion teacher.-
Buchanan said she knew
from childhood that she wanted
to become a teacher.
Her prior
and
includes
-7 10 years
in Alachua
ed""
in Gil hrist
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and thre?
years in
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owned a small red car similar
to the one King had chased.
Detectives were, however, unable
to locate Prevatt that night.
On Monday morning, the clerk
from King's Produce was shown
Prevatt's picture among others
in a photographic lineup. She
positively identified him as the
man who had robbed her, Smith
said.
It was at that time that Mueller
and Hooper drive to Prevatt's last


people run them. And if they
fail, let them fail," she said.
"Profits are not, bad. CEOs and
golernmenii. That-steal them-
are."
She went on to address
perceit ed threats to freedom and
said the president was turning the
U.S.A. into the "S.S.A." She told
Stearns to get to work and to tell
the president to stop apologizing
for America. She received a
standing or ation from much of
the roomand said the people
would be watching for lies from
Washington. ., n
Stearns' presentation also
included notes on.* high .rates
of unemployment and negative
growth. He said he is concerned
with government bailouts,
preferring to give businesses
incentives to create jobs.
Other topics discussed with
Stearns included veterans
.
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immigration, cap, and trade,
the fate of Social Security, and
supportfor the Fair Tax. .
.A local educator talked about
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Stearns mentioned the stimulus


perimeter around the area while
deputies from Jacksonville
searched from the sky via
helicopter. The search.was called
off when night fell and the suspect
had still not been apprehended.
The investigation into the
robbery continued that night,
and Starke Police Department
Officer Mark Lowery developed
information that began pointing
to Prevatt as a possible suspect,
including the fact that his mother


known address and came upon
him preparing to exit the trailer.
The resulting confrontation
occurred within moments of the
-
initial contact, Smith said.
BCSO is continuing the
robbery investigation and is
exploring the possibility that
the same suspect may have been
responsible of other robberies
and burglaries.


convictions for grand theft,
burglary,.motor vehicle theft and
lewd and lascivious assault on a
child under 16.
Prevatt was being sought
for questioning in the Sept.
26 robbery of King's Kountry
Produce north of Starke. An
armed suspect matching Prevatt's
description walked into the stand
arotmd 5 p.m. and demanded
cash while holding the clerk at
gunpoint.


At the same time the suspect
was leaving the produce stand,
theownerTommy Kingreturned
and drove after the suspect,
pursuing his small red car to
the county line on east. S.R. 16.
During the chase, King was shot
at several times by the suspect.
The suspect fled into a mining
area near Camp Blading and
escaped, although two dozen
deputies from the Bradford and
Clay sheriff's offices formed- a


package and she told hini it was
a joke.
"What little bit we got here
in Bradford County was used to
keep people from getting fired,"
she said. To add insult to injury,
she said what is being taken from
education is being sent to the
prison system.
"What's more important-that
we continue educating small
minds that need togrow into
future leaders or do we continue
housing the'criminals?" she
asked.
Stearns agreed that if children
aren'teducatedthefutureleaders
would turn into tomorrow's
inmates.
Saturday's town hall wasn't
all about being heard, however.
Steants also asked the audience
to observe a moment of silence
for slain airman Bryan Berky
of Melrose who was killed in
battle in Afghanistan two weeks
before. Stearns said he driver
met Berky but has heard many
good things about him, offering
his condolences to the airman's
family.


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Speaking to the Gainesville
Sun, his wife and daughter said
Prevatt had moved in with his
mother to help take care of her
and he was in the process of
applying for disability.
His long history on the wrong
side of the law included serving
four prison terms resulting from


STEA
Continued from Page fA

Stearns agreed large
pvertiment spending initiatives
represented a socialization of
the country that would result
it dimithished freedom. The
government is not sympathetic,
he saiddescribing it as ravenous
affimalhungryforpower.
"We're going to end up like the
EuropeanUnion,"hesaidwhich
hesaidwashighinunemployment
and low in productivity because
the populace relies too muctr on
social programs.
Spending and new programs
aside, one woman saw signs of
socialism elsewhere.
"What are we going to st all
the Massists.in this country that
are being promoted as czars?"
she asked. Stearns joined her
in complaining of the number
of so-called-ezars and what he
*saw as a lack of accountability,
The 4pdience member said she
wanted the czars put on a leash
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BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
An event that was already
emotional finally took its toll
,on Leisa Sims as she witnessed
how the community in which
she lives rallied around her
daughter and took steps toward
finding a cure for cystic
fibrosis at the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation's Great Strides
walk Sept.26 in Starke.
Sims, the mother of 18-year-
old Katelyn Sims, who has
cystic fibrosis, watched as the
event began, with walkers
filing out of the Shands Starke
parking 'tot and taking to the
sidewalk along S.R. 230. The
line of people stretched as far
as she could see.
"That just brought tears to
lie es because it made me
that many people who really
ebouust an u e do e
busy lives to care About
sonfebody else," Sims said. "I
just want to say thank you."
Claudia Werner, the
executive director of the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation's north
Florida office in Jacksonville,
which organized the event,
estimated there were 250
involved, either as members of
the 21-22 fundraising teams or
volunteering their services. It
was quite an eye-opener
considering this was the first
Great Strides event to be held
in Biadford County.
'I have some established
walks that don't have 21 or 22
teams," Werner said. "That is
just incredible."
The event raised $15,370,
which was impressive-
considering that many people
are not givirig as much as they
normally would because of the
economy, Werner said. Not
bad for an event Werner's
office did not originally budget
for.
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Werner said three drugs are
currently in advanced phases
of research that the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation believes
will benefit up to 99 percent of
the people who have the
disease.clo believe it's possible
to cure this disease," Werner
told the crowd at the Great
Strides event prior to the start
of the walk. "We are currently
doing research in phase two
and three trials that indicate it
is possible to fix the defect.
We're told by the heads of the
(Cystic Fibrosis) Foundation it
may be three to five years
before we can deliver this to
patients.
"By virtue of the fact that
you're here today, this
research is able to continue.
These are the absolute best of
times in terms of our
knowledge of CF and where
we are in pursuit of the cure."
See STRIDES, p. 3B


ABOVE RIGHT:
Walkers,
u nhaa
Padgett, who is
7, leave the
Stands Starke
parking lot.
RIGHT: Brian
and Emily
Woodall walk
with their
daughters
Hadley and
Avery and their
baby son; Ben,
who is barely
visible, but is
there, perched
upon his
father's back.


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economy to have a group of
people want to come together
and have an event," Werner
said. "It has added money to
the bottom line and helped
offset some of the hits we've
taken on previous events."
Katelyn Sims' goal for the
event was to raise $15,000. In


that regard, the event was a
success. However, Werner said
any amount the event raised
could've have helped. Every
dollar Adds up, she said, which
is extremely important now
because of current research
that looks very promising as
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A memorial
was set up in
remembrance
of Benjamin
McCollum and
Lynn Waters
Hannah, both of
whom died in
March.
McCollum and
Hannah both
had cystic
fibrosis.


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helping to serve food and
drinks.
The support was such that
Leisa Sims was almost at a
loss for words after the event.
"I am in awe, absolute awe,
she said. They just rallied
around not..onLy my daughter,
but the cause, period. I am so
impressed with everybody.


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signs placed along the 2-mile
loop. They especially thanked
Hardee's for providing
breakfast, Cowboys for
providing lunch, Sonny's for
providing drinks, Madison
Street ,Baptist --Church for,
providing tables and chairs and
cadets of the Florida Youth
ChAllenge Academy for


possible for others. ,
Werner said Sims'
determination and selflessness
are inspiring.
"She's fighting for (Hannah
and McCollum) because
they're not here to fight any
longer," Werner said. "She's
fighting for the kiddos who are
being born today so they won't
ever have to fight in the same
fashion."
That is \vby when Sims
handed out several awards
following the walk, including
one given to the top
fundraising team, she said the
"Going the Extra Mile" award
was the best one to receive.
That award will be given out
Monday, Oct. 5, in recognition
of whoever raises the most
money for the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation during the week
following the Great Strides
event.
"It just proves that you're
really committed and that you
really care about the
community and the people you
share your life with," Sims
said. "I encourage everybody
to continue raising money."
Sims and her mother
expressed their thanks to
everyone who helped make the
Great Strides event a success,
including all those who walked
and raised funds and those
who sponsored directional


memorial with their
photographs was on display in
the Shands Starke parking lot,
"It's more important to
focus on them so we realize
this can happen to anybody
with CF," Katelyn Sims said.
"It's important to get the
money so it doesn't happen to
anyone else."
Sims wants to do whatever


she can to help find a cure for
cystic fibrosis. As she put it in
a story that was published in
the Aug. 27 edition of the
Telegraph-Times-Monitor, it is
not important to her whether
she's still around to take
advantage of any drug that
may help her. What is
important is that she has some
part in making such a drug


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she jogs the
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better known
as "Cooter
Bob," is a
member of the
Rotary Club of
Stake, which
provided water
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Such optimism was
tempered, though, in light of
those who are no longer alive
to see such a cure. A couple of
families who lost loved ones to
CF were participating in the
Great Strides event in Starke-
Werner said it was hard not to
feel like the foundation failed
those families. It weighed
heavy enough on her heart that
her first words to the
assembled crowd were
apologetic.
"We tried so hard to get (a
cure) here in time for your
loved ones, but we won't
quit," Werner said. "We are
completely dedicated to
:getting to our goal."
Katelyn Sims has been the
face of the inaugural Great
Strides event in Bradford
County. She is the one who
rked with the Cystic
I rosis Foundation to create
such an event in her
community. She preferred,
though, to deflect the attention
away from herself to twp
special people: Benjaimn
McCollum and Lynn Waters
Hannah, who both died in
March following
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, Help our CitY In these trying times, from
Dear lklitor: Washington to small towns the
After reading the articles in trend is and has been for
the Telegraph the past two several decades to grow
weeks concerning the City of government bigger. I challenge
Sturke, it luis confirmed my this City Commission to go
age 4B bc 'in edm t bc against tdhat trenddand trs zi
of running the City of Starke government. Let's make our
has outlived its usefulness and city the shining example on the
it is time for the citizens, hill of how it can be done.

happen :,::.r..s,=-.,-:,,a: .=:dirnake Starkemabusiness
city to remake it. environment that attracts
boarded and -exited the bus for Currently the City of Starke business and job instead of
two hours. finances itself primarily running them off or scaring
Drew and Ada walked through the purchase and them from coming in the first
approximately a mile to the resale of electrical services. place. This will not be easy but
bus barn and waited. And This results in all homeowners it can be done or should I say it
waited. Buses came and went- in effect facing double has to be done. If not the
Drew despaired, but Ada said taxation. First to the County in public will continue to be
she never lost faith that things property taxes and secondarily taxed more and more and I'm
would work out, although the through oppressive utility bills. not sure we will be able to bear
odds were quite long. These extremely high utility it. We need to take back our
After approximately a two- rates affect not only those who city and make it better than it
hour wait, a bus pulled in. As reside inside Starke proper but has ever been.
the driver got out, Drew all the citizens who claim Frank Crews
exclaimed, "There he is. That's residence work or spend
the driver." A company money in Bradford County. Let YOUr VOiCO
attendant \baited with Drew Every business in Starke has
and Ada. As the driver to account for these utility be heard
alighted, the three rushed over rates. It is added into the price
to him. He knew nothing of the of what the consumer pays. I Dear Editor:
purse, but told them to go look spoke with one owner of a Last week two events
for themselves. The four business last week who pays in occurred in our county that
rushed to the bus and looked in excess of $10,000.00 a month aPlieared parallel to'each, but
the seat immediately behind in utility bills. You pay for this in fact was- more*alike; than
the driver's seat. Lo and every time you buy a can of what might appear at first
behold, there lay the purse, peas, have your hair done or flush.
unmolested, with all the eat out. The FRIENDS OF THE
contents intact. Our Schools have to factor NRA met Thursday at the
The purse had lain on a these high rates into their Starke Golf and Country Club.
vacant seat mear the entrance budgets and it is considered-by And about two hundred
door, where riders had gotten your commissioners each year citizen's and tax payers met
on and off the bus for two when they have to reluctantly Saturday at the Johns
hours and not one person had raise your millage rate. Conference Center.
picked it up. What are the odds I know of several businesses Some thought that they were
that the incident may happen a who have either closed their going to get a report on the
second time? A million to one? doors and left town, taking nature and condition of the
Coincidental? Call it what it jobs with them, or who will government. They were
really was, a MIRACLE, not not come into the City due to wrong. These people knew
likely to be replicated any time the outrageous rates a business about the nature and condition
soon. has to pay. of the government and we
Recently my son was could smell it everywhere.
moving from where he lived. The people who were
The story had a happy He found a beautiful, never Friends of the NRA and the
ending, the tour/cruise. lived in home inside Starke protesters at the Johns center
continued land the two City limits. He also found a were brothers and sisters
Bradford County couples had nice home in Keystone for expressing their disgust at the
an interesting and pleasant roughly the same amount of way government is trying to
journey. Drew and Ada paid rent. The deciding factor was i subvert their rights.
for tourist seats, but flew first the extra one to two hundred At the friends of the NRA
class. Elzie learned an dollars he would pay in Starke meeting we were reminded
expensive lesson, subjects of a for utilities each month. He about parts of our constitution
future story about their and his wife now reside in that we know but tend to
expenences- Key stone and a local builder forget. Our Bill Of Rights is
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph has a home he invested in being subverted and infringed
editorialist sitting vacant. on like no other time in the
We can complain or we can short history of our nation. The
find solutions. One solution is so called health bill, if-passed,
to have the City of Starke get will take most of our rights and
and that they will work out of the utility business. freedom away from us. We
together to engage our Imagine what our schools and cannot let that happen?!!-
children, inspire them to learn, log busi" .Recently ..there. .was.. a-
encourage.- -them to apply- *(he unds massive gatW6ting.of patriotic

tB cdo vitn e nty is in the util t*w'rADmerip sti theWashin on
good education is important business and they seem to way the federal government is
toasuccessful future manages their budgets fine. going. The newspapers played
If you'd like a glimpse of 'fhere is nothing the City of down the size of the gathering,
\M shall's blaa e m, yo a Sh tdt11e pro idesc ford cititz o nthat it was jusitoa ef"
start by going to his website. We need a much smaller City independent estimators gave a
www.marshalllscience.com. Government We need to conservative number as One
His lectures are on line. His Sonsolidate the City and and a Half Million.
bbjati ch(heis 1%erT ti s. al"need emo haAnyonee witohuldofn tahnad
teaching and a website that his local business owners a break that number of people do not
students can access from home allowing them to raise wages go to the nut house that is
is a winning one. Best of all, invest in their business and mside the beltway just to hang
the ones who win are our actually show a profit. We sout and admire all the wasted
children. need to help the school taxpayers money that is thrown
Thank you, Mr. Marshall' budgets. With what they saved outaroundthere.
for your many years of service in utility cost perhaps we could I believe that very soon there
at BHS...especially, this year stop cuttmg music programs. will be another. gathering in
pnd tweodyears a ,e wh y Perimp thembeTdnd tcr j a tntg nprot st md byanhd
-children. I will be forever pay our teachers better or have previous one and a half million
grateful.
LornaReddish
Parent


and I believe that group will
be in the neighborhood of five
million.
I would hope that everyone
within the reach of these words
and who thinks that our bill of
rights is worth defending will
b letting their voices be
Malcolm Hill
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fOr animals
Dear Editor:
To those that are not aware,
there is a local individual who
dedicates a tremendous
amount of her time and efforts
towards saving and finding
homes for abused, discarded
and homeless pets. Kristie
. Dickens of Bradford County
Paws is this individual.
Bradford County Paws was
created in January of 2006. It
is a non-profit organization
formed to help the homeless,
unwanted animals in our
community. Krisite has put
conn many errorts to save
many animals in our area, as
well as surrounding areas.
Kristie does*so-much work that
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. As mentioned, Bra.dford
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Organization. Kristle and her
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During the year, various
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that benefit pet owners as well
as homeless pets. The most
recent was their Scrub-A-Dog
wash held in July. Currently,
Bradford .County Paws is
running a Pet Food'Bank. This
is bemg done to help out those
in need during the tough times
to provide food for their pets.
The pet food bank is a
donation supplied operation.
Bradford County Paws has two
sponsors that are assisting with
this pet food bank, Katie Sue's
Clip & Dip and Cequent
Performance Products. These
two businesses are accepting
donations of various pet food
items that can assist Bradford
County Paws in their goal of
assisting those in need.
For all the hard work Kristie
Dickens and her various
volunteers put forth,' I would
like to ask those that are able
to help out her group to please
do so. Without- their efforts,
many pets/animals would
Toish u secessar ylecteither
starvation. For many people,
pets are part of the family, so
you can relate. So if you can, I
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passengers were few, climbed
the stairs to the. upper deck
again so they could enjoy the
view. When the bus neared
their hotel, Drew and Ada
went down the lower level and
stood near the driver. F6r
whatever reason, Ada laid her
purse on the vacant seat behind
the driver. They exited the bus.
The bus pulled out of the
station and was soon lost in
traffic. Drew and Ada walked
about half a block when Ada
asked, "Do you have my
purse?"
They stopped and looked at
one another as the enormity of
the situation was realized.
Ada's purse contained their
passports, airplane tickets,
credit card, transfers from the
hotel to Dover, where they
were scheduled to board the
tour ship, "Norwegian Jewel,"
$600 in cash and tour tickets to
complete the trip.
There they stood on the
sidewalk in London with only
the $600 in Dreiv's wallet,
sans essential items to contmue
the tour, pay the hotel bill
and/or return home. They
immediately returned to the
bus station attendant and told
him of their plight. He asked
them the number of the bus.
They didn't know. Would they
recognize the driver? Ada said
"No." Drew said he
remembered the driver and
would recognize him if hb
were seen again.
The attendant said the only
alternative was to go to the bus
barn and wait for the bus to
come in, and if the driver
hadn't been relieved, perhaps
Drew would recognize him.
Even though they might be
able to identify the driver, the
chance of the purse being
found on the bus was slim to
none as other passengers had


This story is about a miracle
in the lives of Drew and Ada
Reddish that ended well, but
appeared to be heartbreaking
for a time while visiting
London. It is part of a larger
story about a European
tour/cruise enjoyed by two
Stake couples-Elzie and
Sandy Sanders along with the
Reddishes-that will appear in
a subsequent article.
The bi transcontinental
airliner ifted off the
LaGuardia runway in New
:York when the ground speed
reached 80 mph, headed east
over the Atlantic Ocean for the
eight-hour flight to London,
The flight left at approximately
midnight and arrived in
London at approximately 9
a.m. London time, crossing six
time zones. Elzie and Sandy
Sanders went to a commercial
hotel, while Drew and Ada
went to a separate hotel that
offered discounts to retired or
active military personnel.
After Sunday lunch, Drew
and Ada decided to take a
guided tour of the city and
bought tickets. They boarded a
a London bus and went up the
stairlyay to the upper deck to
better see the city. (London
buses are unique in that they
have two levels.) The tour was
flexible, allowing participants
to exit a bus, visit places of
interest and get back on
another bus, which Drew and
Ada did. They rode the
London Eye, a Ferris wheel
froda which they could view
the Thames River and much of
the-city as their swing reached
its zenith. They visited the'
queen's palace, Big Ben,
Tower of London and other
places of interest before
quitting the tour.
Upon boarding the bus,
Dreiv and .Ada, since


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Consider having additional
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Smoking: If you smoke,
smoke outside; wherever you
smoke, use deep, sturdy
ashtraysfirefighters and fire
safety educators, fire
prevention is always on our
mmds. We hope that you use
the checklist and home fire
prevention tips to put your
safety first dunng Fire
Prevention Week, and year-
round.
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Thank you 5
Mr MafShall
Dear Editor:
'Guess what? There's
something good happening at
Bradford High School. In fact,
it's so good; rt's great. It's not
only happening now, it's been
there, impacting the lives of
Bradford County students, for
many years. It's not really an
it; it's a teacher. A great
teacher.
This teacher, for many
years, has been taking students
who don't want to go, care to
go, or believe they can go to
the next level. Sure, some of
them go kicking and
screaming, but because of the
masterful skills and continual
efforts of this teacher, he
engages them in learning, and
they go.
Once they are engaged, they
then begin to understand that
they must think, they must try,.
they must believe, that they
can learn. They just have to
listen and give'honest effort.
A complimentary letter like
this one might best be saved
for this teacher's retirement
party. 13ut there is no time to
waste
This extraordinary teacher
almost retired over the
summer...almost decided not
to impact the lives of another
year's worth of students at
BHS. Thank goodness, and
lucky for me, Greg Marshall
returned to teach another year.
There are other great
teachers who returned to teach
at BHS and the Career Tech. I
hope they will decide that
teaching at Bradford High
Shcx)I is their purpose in life


Be pf0active
to keep your
em::,
family Safe
Dear Editor:
How many times.have you
left the house m the morning
ad wondered, d outru uos
lives, the safety of our homes
and families are sometimes
rel gated to the back of our

F p an afterthou t e
The Union County
Volunteer Fire Department
wants you to make sure that
Ge stove burner is turned off
9 r the damaged electrical cord
eu've:beenmeaning to.fix is
ur top priority during Fire
prevention Week, October 4-
The theme of this year's
gmpaign, "Stay Fire Smart!
Don't Get Burned," focuses on
feventing the leading causes
of home fires cooking,
41eating and electrical
equipment, and smoking
materials in addition to burn
prevention.
According to the latest
statistics from the nonprofit
94ational Fire Protection
Association, there were an
estimated 399,000 reported
home structure fires in 2007,
resulting in almost 2,900
civilian deaths.
While the statistics are
daunting, most home*fires are
easily preventable when we
jiarrow our focus and take
personal steps to increase our
safety. One way to do this is
by proactively combing
through each room in your
lqme to find signs of danger
afid fix them.
The Union County
Volunteer Fire Department is
elicouraging Union County
(eilidents and their families to
put their safety first by
performing a home hazards
Inspection during Fire
EPoevention Week. You call
"pick up a checklist at UCVFD
tuitionon 3 in Worthington
Springs and station 5 in Lake
3Mttler. You can also download
One from'
vww.firepreventionweek.org.
There are also a number of
imple steps that you can put
liko action to keep youi home
afe from fire:
Burns: Bath and shower
vater should be no higher than
00 degrees.
Cooking: Stay in the kitchen
hen you are frying, grilling,
or broiling food. If you leave
She kitchen for even a short
Period time, turn off the stove.
Heating: Keep all things that


Editorial Bias
Dear Editor:
I enjoy your paper every
week and have done so for
nearly twenty years. I believe
it does a fine job of reporting
local news and issues. The
advertisements inform me of
local places to shop, as I prefer
to support our community.
However, I do feel
compelled, to my chagrin, to
write you concerning your
Editorial/Opinion page. It
seems as though it is an
ongoing column for Mitchell
Brown to spout his views of
our country. He has an
obvious contempt for our
elected president. His memory
seems void of past mistakes by
the previous Commander in
Chief and-the misdeeds of his
administration.
It seems as though you
entitle Mr. Brown to several
paragraphs each 19eek. Mr.
Brown feels obliged to invoke
God's name in every letter he
submits. I respect his belief an
the supernatural, though I
think it should be limited to a
religion section.
Maybe a column should be
designated to Mr. Brown's
soapbox opinions and labcI it
for what it if, pght-wing,
religious fanatic, conspiracy
theorist muckraking.
At least then it would have
to go through the. normal
editorial processes of
correcting poor grammar.
Brean Grant
Keystone Heights


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commitment to each other-
This blessed event will take
ace on Saturday, Oct. 10, at
5 p.m. at Grace Christian
Fellowship Baptist Church. A
reception will follow at
.Harmony Free Will Baptist
church. No gifts please. Casual
dress.


BIR TH S
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Dalton Morris
Ronnie and Tabitha Morris
of Stake announce the birth of
their son, Dalton Lane Morris,
zon Aug. 14, 2009 in
Gainesville.
Dillon weighed 9 pounds 4
ounces and measured 20 0
inches in length. He joins two
sisters Haley and Ashlyn.
Maternal grandparents .are
Aaron and Rene Willingham
pfqStarke. Maternal great-
dparents are James and
Mary Hall of Lawtey and Paul
and Glenda Willingham of
Lake Butler. Maternal great-
great-grandfather is J.D. Clark
of Starke-
Paternal grandparents are
Lamar Sanford of Starke and
Marilyn Bleyins of Georgia.


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DAR to meet
The Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National Society,
Daughters of the Amerienn
Revolution will hold its bral
meeting of the 2009-2010 1,.0 on
Monday, October 5, 2M.I.S .:1
so:..... no moans on a
held at the Western Steer steak
House, Highway 301, starke.
FL. A program on genealays
research will be presented hi
Bobbie Powell of the Aluchua
County Library System.
Following the meetmg. those
who wish niay stay and enri
lunch and fellowship.
All women whose ancestors
aided in achieving Amencan
Independence are invited to
attend.
For further information, contact
a c sa t ( %0 or

Pet Adoptions
planned in
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Puppy Hill Farm is planning a
. pet adoption event on Sunday..
Oct 4, from noon until 4 p.m.
The event will be held at The
Clipping Corner 2638 State Road
21SouthatMidway.
lu pin f tatrh9smatlao
homeless animals and finds them
a'2namen e $tnintitom
homes, none are euthanized. All
animals are spayed or neutered,
yet checked, heartworm tested
(and treated if positive), and are
current on vaccinations and
preventatives.
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complete his post-graduate
medical training in New York.
He practiced there until joining
Ramadan Hand Institute in
1984. He also held medical j
staff privileges at several area
hospitals. At the time of his
passing, he lived with his wife
in Micanopy. They have four
adult children.
Lake Butler Hospital/Hand
Surgery Center and Ramadan
Hand Institute were blessed to
have Osborne on staff for 24 ;
years.He was-one of the first


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For more information,
please call Diane at the
Bradford County Public.
Library at (904) 368-3911 or
Dimple Overstreet at Dimple's
Style Shop at (904) 964-5780.

Stake church
IS regiStering
fOr Upward
Basketball
Madison Street Baptist
Church of Starke is currently
accepting registrations for its
Upward Basketball program'
which is offered to children m
K-4 through sixth grade. Early
registration through Oct 22
.cos 0 h e pm
shorts are included in
registration costs.
A Cross-Court league for
seventh- and eighth-grade boys
is also being planned, wi*
applications available at the
church office.
Registration forms inay be
picked up and returned at. the
church office between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.in. Monday-Thursday.
Practices begin Dec. 8, with
the first games scheduled for
Jan.9.
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Communities in Schools of
Bradford County Inc. is
hosting its third annual- golf
tournament tills Saiurday, Oct.
3, from 7:30 a.m. until 6:30
p.m. at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
The captain's choice
tournament will award prizes
for first ($240), second ($120)
and third ($80) place.
A $100 chipping and putting
contest will be sponsored by
the Bradford High School golf
programs while goodie bags
and door prizes will be
presented to all players. There
will also be a 50-10 drawing.
Lunch will be provided.
Players or teams may sign
up at the country club the
morning of the event or by
calling(904)964-7776.


practicing hand surgeons in the


treatment of hand trauma.


Austin Thomas
Katie Williams
Williams.
Thomas to
wed Oct. 10
Katie Lee Williams and
Austin Joseph Thomas
announce their upcoming
marriage on Saturday, Oct. 10,
2009.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Doyle and Melissa
Williams and the
granddaughter of Page and
Yvonne McGill and Walter
and Mary Virginia Williams,
all of Lake Butler-
The groom-elect is the son

infee:1,";n n nnd ee
Butler and Harry and Rhenda
no nas o'shnes He nd h
Arnold of Lake Butler.
Williams is a 2007 graduate
of Union County High School
and is attending Lake City
Community College. She is
currently employed at
Williams L.P. Gas and is a
member of Sardis Baptist
Church of Worthington
Springs. Thomas is a 2007
graduate of Union County
High School and a graduate of
Basic. Fire Control Trainitig
with the Division of Forestry.
He is currently employed at
New River Division of
Forestry. He is also a
volunteer firefighter for Union
County, and a member of the
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler.
All family and friends are
invited and the couple would
like to extend a special
invitation to the Union County
High School" Class of 2007 to
join them in this celebration,
The wedding will be at 6
p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Waters. Directions
otp the Waters residence from,
LakeaButlerapitasefoMbws: go<.
west on S.R; 100 and turn left
on Waters Road, first house on
left. The reception will be
held immediately following
the ceremony at the same
3aTo d ame.Tv
.
COOney family
tO app68f at
BC library
fundraiser
The Altrusa Club of Starke
and Bradford County's Friends
of the Library are sponsoring a
meet-and-greet with the
Cooney family, with all
proceeds going toward the
library, Monday, Oct. 12, at
the Starke Golf and Country
Clubreomolla.m. till2em.
Catrell, who are both Bradford
sCounty motivesewilldshare theil
traveling arourid the world for
the past year. b They will be
joined by their three sons:
Harrison and twins Morgan
and Zach.
Tickets are $15 and may be
purchased at the library or at
Dimple's Style Shop in Starke.


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a a
Golfer with local ties
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ShIROS at amateur event
ndh BI ndhe hi aw fn a d reg nia
front of the Starke Wal-Mart Supercenter, placed
nd inAth ha nNsah nd is ann i h n La
Quinta, Calif. Bolen, who is married to the former
Ashley Denmark, is an electrician trade, but aspires
to become a professional golfer. His brothers- and
sisters-in-law are Dustin and Lindsey Denmark and
Victoria and Preston Denmark. His grandparents-in-
Iaw are Meriam and H.M. Denmark of Melrose and
Patti and the late Neil Crawford. His great-
granparents-In-law are Christine and the late Jim
Lawson.


Jackson
McDaniel
Jamie and Chelsea
McDaniel of Hampton
announce the birth of their son,
Jackson Allen McDaniel, on
A ds0d inhGlaine s,
2 ounces and measured 19 v4
inches in'length.
Maternal grandparents are
Shawn and Tracie Brown of
Keystone Heights and Randy
nJ ce Alvare of Key on
grandparents are Don and Dot
Denton of Keystone Heights
and Owen and Julia Alvarez of
Stake
Paternal grandparents are
James and Becky McDaniel of
mdpterisPJ km cDgre
of Hampton.

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all persons either applying for or submitting a passport
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probation.
Robin Black, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. ?'5 by CCSO deputies for
resisting an officer without
violence and obstructing
justice,
Michael Lane, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 25 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court-child support and for
possession of a controlled
substance.
William Lynn, 50, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 28 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for bemg a fugitive
from justice. _ .
John 1)avid Caines, 26, and
Carrie Deanna Thompson, 29,
both of Starke, were arrested
Sept. 20 by BCSO deputies for
battery. The charges against
both of these people were
rolled by the state attorney's
office, meaning the charges
were dropped.


law enforcement officers in
Union or Clay (Keystone
Heights area) counties:
Willie Robinson, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
23 by Utiion County Sheriff's
Offtee Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on a Union County
warrant for violation of
probation. Bond was set at
$2,500.
Patsy C. Bennett, 21, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
17 by UCSO Lt. Garry Seay
on a Columbia County warrant
rceny. Bond was set at
-
Timothy Gene Malone, 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 16 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on an Alachua
County capias for voyeurism.
Bond was set at $500.
Bert Duane Smith, 51, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
24 by UCSO Deputy John
Gootee for battery after he
allegedly struck the victim in
the mouth, grabbed her by the
throat and choked her.

or?"iso an wauo";seoi
Sept. 28 by UCSO Deputy
Brett Handley for battery and
cruelty to children. Watson
allegedly punched and slapped
the victim in the face and head
while he held a young child in


hisarms.
Jason Allen Collett, 25, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
Sept. 20 by UCSO Deputy
Donnie Jones for disorderly
intoxication after he was
allegedly drinking and playing
music very loud at a home in
Lake Butler. Collect was
warned by officers to keep the
music down after neighbors
d epeadtedl complained, but
'
Tony Eugene Jordan, 29, of
Providence was arrested Sept.
24 by UCSO Deptity Gootee
for possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription and possess hile
drug parapherna ia.
Ise i raD pt tGootea
questioned Jordan who then
allegedly dropped a plastic
baggie containing two 60mg
Oxycontin capsules. Jordan did
not-have a prescription for the
medication.
erry o 7, Jer me Roberts 2 of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
23 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
on an Alachua County capias
!!"ndburashuTao 5,a0 .ructure.
Jerry Ryan Jones, 36, of
Lake Butler turned himself in
on Sept. 23 to UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson and was booked on
a charge of violation of


probation.
Vinson O'Brian Wintons,
19, of Lake City was arrested
Sept. 22 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a Union County
capias for burglary of a
dwelling and grand theft.
Robert Todd Sheldon, 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
28 by UCSO -Deputy David
Shane for driving while license
is, suspended or revoked-
habitual.
K le R dall Will 21
of Lake C tn was arreiamsSept
23 by UCSb Cagit. Tomlinso/
on a capias for two counts of
burglary, three counts of theft,
two counts of grand theft of
firearms and one. count of
crintinal mischief ivith
property damage.
Brandon Broadwell, 24, of
Keystone.Helghts was arrested
Sept. 22 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office deputies for
burglary, of a dwelling and
grand theft. Charges related to
a warrant for violation of
probation were added against
,Broadwell on Sept. 23.

Hei tess Hus stof Keysto
by CCSO deputies for burglary
of a dwelling and grand theft
auto
Sean McNamara, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 24 by CCSO deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
structure, burglary of a
ony e and two counts of

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process, child development,
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The-Florida Highway Patrol
11 be conducting driver's
ense and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and
Union counties:
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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.Re
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S.R 731, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
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Drive a car,

help a school ,
Bradford High School will receive | |
fggy $6,000 as part of the Ford Motor
Company's Drive One 4 UR School
program, which was hosted by
Stake's Town and Country Ford ,
Mercury on Sept. 24. AII one had to
do was go to the school and test
a p drive a vehicle. This was the third
such event Town and Country Ford
Mercury has hosted at Bradford
High School in the last 13 months,
raising a total of $18,000 for the
school. Buddy Irby of Town and
Country Ford Mercury said, "We, as
a Ford dealer, appreciate Ford Motor
Company having a program like
this." Kathy Griffin (right) was
appreciative, too, as she took a
drive in a truck to her liking.


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total offense and an undefeated
record on the line, the Union
County football team fell 21-
18 to the Fort White Indians
21-18 in the Digrict 2-2B
opener for both teams.
The Tigers (3-1) matched
Fort White touchdown for
touchdown, but failed to make
any of their conversion
attempts following those
-scores. That proved to be the
difference as Fort White (2-2)
came out of the game with the
1-0 district mark.
in a back-and-.Cort): slugfesty
Jumor runnmy -back- Justifr
Tyson led the way for the
Tigers with 121 yards and
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Failed conversions

doom Tigers in

21-18 district loss


and 54 yards receiving on four
catches. Senior quarterback
ChristAlexander went ll-of-19
for 182 yards, with no
touchdowns or interceptions.
Fort White senior
quarterback Alex Gilmer
directed the Fort White attack,
going 5-for-8 for 84 yards and
one touchdown. The lone
touchdown reception of the
evening was hauled in by
sopho ore receiver AJ.
Legree.
The Indians landed the first
blow in the contest when, after
receiving the opening kickoff,
they marched down the field
with -relati,4ggse, burning up
- more- than- ex-minutes of-the
first period. Gilmer capped the
See TIGERS, p.12B


Bradford High School student Shanon Kiser prepares


92 yards to the Union 8. That


Sun's small-school defensive
player of the year in 2008.
White has already been offered
a scholarship to lowa State
University.
The Panthers, who were the
Class 2B runners-up in 2007,
are aimin for their third
straight tri to the playoffs as
well their fourth straight win
err'sUef t laEt ynear d
not prevent the Tigers from
losmg to the Paonthers. since
graduated, outrushed the entire
Newberry team in last year's


meeting, which the Panthers
won 21-18. Perry gained 188
yards on 22 carries, scoring on
two touchdown* runs of 2 yards
apiece and on an ll-yard pass
from quarterback Chris
Alexander:
The Tigers went for two
points after each touchdown,
failing on each conversion,
heApedht ePan nio lay
the first possession of the
e rr h 0-ydr velinte b
Tay Ross intercepted an
Alexander pass and returned it


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Both teams dropped their
district openers last week, but
Newberry.is trying to do more
than bounce back from that
loss. The Panthers, who host
Union County Friday, Oct. 2'
at 7:30 p.m., are lookmg for
their first1win s 1- 4e
over Santa e.
ofNewbaer3ryl 1 i cT n
Cittholic, last season's Class
2B state runner- .dtt mr md
Newberry opponents have
=e "We'd3e0fe n
last week, handed the Panthers
a 3 21dlo s on pt. Inetrius
Debose has not gotten off to .
the same slow start as his
team. Debose, the half brother
of former Newberry standouts
Antawn Ivey and Antwan
Ivey, has surpassed the 100-
yard rushing mark (n each of
ludon ha 1 ght 55 mre
in the losing effort lastweek.
Debose is averaging 145 yards
perR mi g the ball is what
Newberry, which employs an
d b I
oh ron s e es e 14
win over Santa Fe the
n Gul sfor 481 r

st, n
Enbch.
Enoch, one of eight
retulping starters on offense,
was granted a fifth year of
eligibility by the Florida High
School Athletic Association
after a hardship hearing related
to timebmlissled ncshchbool
School as a sophomore. Enoch
has three touchdown runs to
Debose's four. He rushed for
111 yards and two touchdowns
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In Memory of
Dusty Marr
March26,1986-Oct.1,2008

bNo farewell words were
spoken, no time to say
goodbye, you were gone
before we knew it, andonly
God knows wh
We lo ve you.
Mom, DadandKailey

a

The family of Maurice
(Pops) wants to say
thank you to each and
every one that helped us
to celebrate his life.
hWhatablesbinitiobknow
e is remem ere y so
magy friends an our tim
of sorrow and grief
Thank you for the moral
d d
support, vasets, an
for just being ere for
us. A special thanks to
Bradford Sheriffs
Ofice, Rescue, Shands
Up & Of
Bra ounty School .
System, Jones-Gallagher
and Rev. Mike Moore,
ao w th M hdodist
bless.
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and sehices. The flowers
and plants are go cous,
the food was simp
delicious, the ca are
encouraging and
inspiring and the services
were exceptional.
Michael (Mickey) was ,
taken from us suddenly
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KEYSTONE HEIGl-ITS-Mr.
William Eugene "Mac" Mcintyre
Jr., 64, of Keystone Heights,
passed away Wednesday, Sept. 23,
2009, at Malcom Randall V.A.
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Mr. McIntyre was born in
Washington, D.C. on March 2,
1945, to the late William Eugene
McIntyre Sr. and Ann McKay
McIntyre, and moved to Keystone
Heights in 1996 from Stephens
City, Va. Mac was a member of
Orange Heights Baptist Church,
the Boy Scouts of America, and
J r edni oH hi i ason
He served in the United States
Navy from 1964-1966, and retired
m 1996 as a customer service
representative for Washington
Gas.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, R." Juanita Pierce
Mcintyre. He was the loving


father of his children, Michelle
Maurcen McIntyre and
Christopher Erik Mcintyre, both
of Keystone Heights. He is also
survived by his siblings, Steven
McIntyre and Karen Stewart, both
of Virginia, and Tyry Ann
Callaban of New Hampshire.
The family will receive friends
at the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel,
514 E. Nona St., Starke, FL, on
Monday, Sept. 28, 2009, from 5-7
p.m. Funeral services will be on


Tuesday, Sept. 29, at 11 a.m. in
Orange Heights Baptist Church
ivith the Rev. Lonnie Broome
officiating. "
Interment will follow in Hope
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made in
honor of Mac to the local animal
society or the Goodwill of your
choice. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Stark.
PAIDOSITUARY


born and, died on Sept. 18, 2009,
at the Shands University Hospital
in Gainesville.
She is survived by: her parents,
Tim and Michele Carlson and her
big brother, Carlton Carlson of
Keystone Heights; maternal
grandmother, Billic Waters of
Melrose; paternal grandparents,
Tami Lanter of Lawley and
Charles Somelllan of Keystone
Heights; maternal great-
grandmother, Alma. Jordan of
Lake City; and paternal great-
grandparents, George and Lynette
Krohn of Mt. Zion, Ill.
A graveside. service for
Courtney was held at Keystone
Heights Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights. *

IleanE l..0WIS
GAINESVILLE-IleanAtkinson
Lewis, 78, of Gainesville, passed
T YMr o pi 8 C i
Gainesville.
Mrs. Lewis was born on Aug.
25, 1931, in Brooker to the late
Carol and Minnie Hodges
Atkinsoh and was a longtime
resident of Gainesville. She
retired from the State of Florida
Probation Department as a clerk
and was a meniber of the Church
of Christ in Ocala.
She is survived by: a daughter,
Reeda Ilean Lott of Wiggins,
Miss.; a son, Randy Lewis of
Alachua; sister, Joyce Castlen of
Gainesville; grandchildren, Linn
Lott of Mississippi, Beth Pittman
Yarbrough of Tampa, .Denise
Pittman Moore of Starke and
1f gTo ith us
of Broker, and four great-
grandchildren.*
She was, preceded in death by
her husband, Reed Emery Lewis,
and daughter, Debra Arin Pittman,
Funeral services for Mrs. Lewis
will be Thursday, Oct. 1, at 11
a.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel with Pastor Frank Starling
orticiating. Interment win tonow
in Crosby Lake Cemetery. The
family will receive friends at the
chapel one liour prior to services.


Dusty IMary


Audrey Blake
HAWTHORNE-Audrey Love
Blake, 84, of Hawthorne, passed
away Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, at
ne in H en .Hospice Care
She was a waitress andhostess
for restaurants. She attended
Florahome Living Hope Family
Worship Center.
She is survived by: a son, Hawy
James Shiflet of Franklin, Wis.;
brothers, Earnest, Harold and
Jerry Shiflet, all of Speedwell,
Tenn. and Joe Shiflet of Monroe, .
Mich.; sisters, June Allen of
Hawthorne, Ruth .Welch and
Wilma Carter, both of Speedwell*
Tenn., ,and Madeline Roe of
Kokomo, Ind.; a granddinghter,
Jimmie Marie-Adams of Tpledow
Ohio. Audrey lived with her niece
(paregiver) starla arinson of
Hawthorne for the last four years.
AG miede e e w elda)
flowers donations maybe made to
Roberts Hav6n Hospice Care
Center, 6400 st. \Johns Ave**
Palatka, FL 32177. Arrangements
were under the care pf Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose"

COUdity
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On 4-0 streak -
in volleyball
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A win over Keystone
sleights sparked a perfect week
for the Union County
volleyball team, which also
earned a. win Sept. 28 to
improveto7-3.
The Tigers' win over
Keystone Sept. 21 (covered in
last week's issue) was the first
of four straight wins. The most
recent win-3-0 over
Baldwin-was the -second
straight sweep recorded by
Union.
A.1so, by winning all three of
'their matches last week, the
Tigers improved to 3-1 iri
district play.
Carson Mize had 37 assists
for Union in a 3-1 (25-19, 19-
25, 25-20, 25-23) win over
Crescent City on the road Sept.
22. Brianne Clyatt had 16

5, : -"' h so f w il
Tucker contributed nine kills.

sq 2 e uned oE
Jordan Spitze as they swept
Interlachen .3-0 (25-20, 25-13,
25-13).
Six of Spitze's points were
aces. She also led the Tigers,
along with Linsey Clark, with
nine kills.
Tucker added seven kills,
while Clyatt had 16 digs.
Unioil kept up its winning
waysswhen it hosted Baldwin
Sept.*28, winning 3-0 (25-21,
25-20, 25-22). Jordan
Windham and Clark had 11
and eight kills, respectively,
while Clark and Mize each had
four service aces. Mize had 18
assists.
The Tigers played district
opponent -Bradford this past
Tuesday and will travel to
Japser tonight, Oct. 1, to play
Has'nilton at 6:30 p.m. On
Monday, Oct. 5, Union travels
to Callahan to play West
Nassau at 6:30 p.m.

Buchanan
takes fifth at
Bob Hans Inv.
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Tekgraph Staf Writer
-
Kbystonemerglurcompetect
in the annual Ridgeview Bob
Hans Invitational Sept. 26,
with Nathan Buchanan earning
a fifth-place finish out of a .
field of more than 140 boys'
runners.
Buchanan had a time of
17:09 to lead Keystone, which
also got a top-100 finish from
Luis Rodriguez, who was 78*
with a time of 20:08.
Rodriguez was followed by
Brandon Gambill (20:56),
Tyler Gieenhaw (22:47), Josh
Jimmeson (23:13), T J. Chirico
(23:21) and Colton Mathis
(24:18).
Racitsel Doty-O'Kelly earned
a 50*-place finish for the girls'
team with a time of 23:20.
Emily Schaol and Kimberlay
Brown earned top-100 finishes
also out of the field of more
than 120 runners, finishing 77*
and 84 respectively. School
had a time of 24:58, while
Brown had a time of 25:17.
Also competing for the girls'
team were Liz Wheeler
(27:48), Ochesa Hall (27:52)
and'Mandy Frazier (27:55).

Bradford's
IVierrill tops
boys' field at
invitational
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staf Writer
Andy Merrill, a member of
the Bradford High School
cross country team, placed first
out of more than 140 runners
in the junior varsity portion of
the annual Ridgeview Bob
Hans Invitational, which was
held Sept.26 in Orange Park.
Merrill finished the race
with a time of 18:44 to help
Bradford place fourth overall
out of 15 teams.
Johnathan Johns placed 21"
with a time of 21:07, while


three other Bradford runners
earned top-50 finishes. John
Gillenwaters was 35 with a
time of 21:53, lan Waters 38*
daR nmber r 6wiahnd
time of 22:04.
David Weeks earned a 64'-
place fimsh with a time of
23:01, followed by teammates
Thomas Nguyen (27:35),
Dustin Corbitt (25:49) and
Scott Thomas (28:57).
On the girls' side, Bradford
>laced eighth out of IT teams
n the junior varsity race. The
tornadoess were led by Rachel


a win after it had finished as
runner-up in its first meet of
the season. Bradford was one
of five schools competing.
It was a very good effort by
all of the girls," coach John
-oper said.
Tiana Sheffield ran atime of
27:35, followed by two
teammates who rim personal
records: Autumn Rodgers
(27:40) and Rachel Ricker
(28:18). Deanna Jordan had a
time of 28:34, followed by
RondaMcCormick(28:50),
Shaina Harden (29:37), Erin
Phinney (34:47) and Lauren
Williams (37:18). McCormick,
Phinney and Williams
established PRs.
The boys' team took second
See BMS, p. 12B


Baier, who placed 62nd out of
approximately 160 runners
with a time of 27:33. She was
followed by Christina Jordan
(28:01), Nicole Miller (28:25)
Kayla Garlo (29:01), Taylon'
McCormick (29:58), Hannah
Ricker (30:03) and Grace
Dennison (31:04).
Coach John 'Loper said he
and the program's other
coaches were happy with the
results considering the teams
competed in a meet two days
prior to the Bob Hans
Invitational.
Loper wished to express his
thanks to coaches Harden and
Urfer for all of their hard work
as well as to those who have
been helping out when they
can to make the program grow
and be successful.


80til teams win
Williston meet
Almost every member of the
boys' team ran a personal
record to win tl e Williston 5K
run, while the girls' team came
out. on top as well despite
fielding just five runners-
"We had exactly the amount
of runners needed to score as a
team," Loper said of the girls
team. "We had no depth in the
race. Two of our runners were
out.(Thegirls)steppedup."
Garlo ran a personal record
(PR) of 25:09 to help the girls
top the five-team field. She
was followed by Miller
(25:28), Baier (27:45),
McCormick (29:18) and
Ricker (29:41). McCormick's
time was also a PR. .


Nine of the .'ll who
competed for the boys' team
established PRs, including top
runner Merrill, who had a time
of 18:14. The next four
finishers for Bradford all had
PRs: Johns (19:42),
Rensberger (20:42),
Gillenwaters (20:50) and
Waters (20:51).
Weeks and Nguyen had
times of 23:27 and 23:42,
it l followed b four


throughout the season on his
goal toward running under 18
minutes."

BMS teams
plaCe fifSty
Second at
W11' t-n meet
I IS tr


pser ec ve y, y
more PR-runners: Nicholas BY CLIFF SlWELLEY
Hernandez(24:09),Corbitt TelegraphStaffWriter
(24:17), Thomas (28:54) and Bradford Middle School
Sean Phmney (34:03)- runners established 10
"Johnathan Johns, Dustin personal records as the girls'
Corbitt and John Gillenwaters team placed first and the boys'
were surprises," Loper said. team second at a SK run in
"We were very proud of our Williston Sept.24.
boys' team. Asidy Merrill will Amanda Hall ran a time of
continue to improve 24:20 to lead the girls' team to









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running back dive to the
speedy, but fumble-prone,
tailback Tony Jackson, who
obliged and put the ball on the
ground with 3:16 remaining in
the first period. Bradford's
offense piled up the laundry on
two illegal-procedure penalties
and was knocked back by the
Bulldog defense and forced to
punt.
The Tornado defensive line
and linebackers responded by
forcing the Bulldogs to go
three-and-out. A 9-yard punt
led to the Tornadoes taking-
over on offense at midfield.
Bradford picked up another
penalty for illegal procedure
before C J. Covington took a
toss sweep right, made one
would-be tackler miss m the
backfield, and, after benefiting
from a block, cut back between
the hash marks to the Taylor
35 before being corralled by a
group of defenders. The
j t ws
eyeballing a 45-yard field goal
n oa n


Williams got called up the gut

a rarpdplay.theAl9gr ,
more than enough, but
Williams, going down with
tacklers draped all over him,
had the ball stripped from his
hands.
With the ball and the mojo,
the Bulldogs mixed the run
and pass t( down the


field. Taylor, looking fro a go-
ahead score at the Bradford 3-
yard line, substituted
quarterback Ty Crowley for
the quicker Jackson, Jackson
took the shotgun snap arid was
met head-on at the 1-yard line,
where he spilled the ball into
the end zone for his second
fumble and a Tornado
touchback.
Bradford, after failing to
reach midfield, punted the ball
back to the Bulldogs. Taylor's
offense, going into hurry-up
mode with 8:16 left in the half,
gained an edge on Bradford,
catching defenders out of
position on a pass up the left
seam for a big gain and
suckering them offsides on a
third-and-3 that kept the-drive
alive. The drive, which started
at the Taylor 17, took up the
rest of the half but the
Bulldogs ran out of gas at the
Bradford 13-yard line. A 30-
yard field-goal try with 3.2
seT 1 dw o o Sense
cam out on the field in the

)rnd uart tt widnd

bllocking.TThe Bullbd gs, after a
fro a his own 17ge pook
advantage of a short field. A
pass and quarterback keeper
moved them from the Bradford
48 to the 19. From there.
Jackson took an inside handoff
and ran up the back of his right
guard. He was able tp slip to
the right sideline, however,


and find a path to the end zone.
Managing to hold onto' the
ball, he used his speed to
outrage Tornado safety Seth
Upthegrove for what would be
the only score of the night.
Bradford's special teams
stopped the extra-point try
after the snap was muffed by
Crowley.
The Tornadoes answering
drive took four minutes off the
clock with key runs by
Williams and a Rodney
Mosley pass to Trettfaine
Harris. The drive stalled after a
dropped toss-sweep pitch on
first down sent the yards-to-go
stick backward 5 yards. Faced
with a fourth-and-11 at the
Taylor 28, this 45-yard field-
goal attempt couldn't be
passed up. Bradford coaches
say Cubbedge has the leg
power to make them from 50
yards. On this night, however,
Cubbedge, who is hobbled by
a leg injury, had the accuracy,

n whp i elkk
yards.

edontily otuw sed3
attempt and did not return to

The Bulldogs' Jackson gift-
wrapped another ball for the
Tornadoes when he missed a
handoff in the fourth quarter.
Yakeem Griner's recovery-
the Tornadoes' third of the
night-led to another
squandered opportunity as the
offense failed to capitalize.


BY SHERMAN ROSS
Special to the Telegraph
An outmanned Bradford
football team took a 120-mile'
one-way road trip to Perry
attempting to win its District
2-2B opener, but instead was
handed a 6-0 loss by Taylor
County on Sept. 25'
Taylor (2-2) boasts a roster
laden with 28 seniors, which
equals the number of Tornado
players who dressed out for
, Friday's game. This week'
offensive guard Keith Walker
and defensive end Phillip
James were added to the tally
of Bradford walking wounded
and could only lend moral
. support in this district contest.
Also out was starting center
Dylan Manning, who will be
missed the rest of the season
with an ACL injury.
"Injuries have been
devastating this season," said
Bradford head coach Steve

Ho o lho 1
season we had here that was


,hoh obad e ndef s
Bulldogs' version of the spread
of e.s'The defe e w inge

winning the turnover battle
with three fumble recoveries.
Bradford's offense never
possessed the ball inside the
Taylor red zone.
Out of the spread formation,
the Bulldogs ran the
quarterback option and


.*.t Darby Johns
kicks an extra
01nt for
eystone in its
loss to
WIIIIston. He
scored the
indians' first six
points ort field
goals of 38 and
31 yards.






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Indians in 41 -28


10SS to Red Devils


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
TelegraphStajJWriter
Host Willistori scored three
touchdowns in a span of
approximately six minutes to
pull away from Keystone
Heights and defeat the Indians
41-28 Sept.25 in Williston.
Williston (4-0), which
rushed for 381 yards,. scored
eight seconds before halftime

E=" gad ns sD n
of the second half, including a
75-yard touchdown run by DJ.
King, to essentially put the
game away as Keystone's
offense was forced to resort to
catch-up mode.
Keystorie (2-2) was poised
to go into the half up by a.
point in the District 4-2B
opener for both teams. Spencer
Crews recovered a snap that
sailed over the Williston
punter's head into the end zone
to put the Indians up 13-12
with 35 seconds remaining
before halftime. Welch,
though, broke free for his long
scoring run, which was one of
four Williston touchdowns that
covered at least 45 yards.
Welch, who finished with
132 yards on 12 carries, had
the Devils moving on their
first possession of the second
half. He had a 24-yard run to
the Keystone 33 and followed
that up with a 25-yard
touchdown. Welch was
hemmed up by several
defenders at the 21 along the
left sideline, but reversed field
and scored down the right
sideline.
"We went in there
sometimes to make a tackle
and didn't lock up," Keystone
head coach Chuck Dickmson
said. "We just tried to knock
him off his feet. He s too good


a back for that."
Willistonhadmoreweaplons
in its arsenal than e ,
though. King gained 127 yards
on just four carries, while
Brandon Preston and
quarterback Dalton Edwards
combed for 118 yards. Kmg
put Williston -up 33-13 on a
75-yard touchdown run on the
Devils' second possession of
e ndh b ns::


rushing attempts m the second
half. .
"We had to start throwing,"
Dickinson said. "It just
beconies a time thing.
Quarterback Brantley Lott'
who was 18-of-36 for 182
yards (12-of-24 for 149 yards
in the second half), helped the
Indians make it a 12-point
game with a 26-yard
completion to Ryan Latner.
That, coupled with a 7-yard
run by fullback Shane
Jennings, set ReggIe Thomas
up for an 8-yard touchdown.
run as time in the third quarter
expired.
Lott's run on the two-point
conversion pulled the Indians
withm 33-21, but Brandon
Preston returned the ensuing
kickoff 76 yards for a score.
King's run on .the two-point
conversion put Williston up
41-91.
**we Knew going in they had
speed and they were gomg to
have some big plays," '
Dickinson said.
With that in mind, it was
important for the Indians to get-
into the end zone when they
had a chance. However, after
gaining first downs at
approximately the Williston
20-yard line on their first two
See INDIANS, p. 12B


against the Raiders this season.
Santa Fe is coming off of a
two-point loss to Suwannee
last week. Two touchdown
passes from Frank Snead to
Keenan Ford, ,t e. second of
which followed a successful
onside kick, pulled the Raiders
to withm 21-19 late in the
fourth quarter, last.that's how
the score would stand ,when
the final seconds ticked off the
clock. ?
Snead is one of four
returning starters on offense
Besides the two touchdown
tosses in the last week's game,
Snead had a 6-yard touchdown
pass to Lane Presnell in a
season-opening 41-14 loss to
Newberry.1-a game thift was
just 14-6 at the half-Ed a 25-
yard touchdown pass to Chris
Shaeffer as well as a 6-yard
touchdown run in a 41-23 loss
to Gainesville on Sept. 18-a
game in which Santa Fe led
14-13 it the half.
Santa Fe's offehse-was shut
out in third week of thi season,
but the result was just a 10-0
loss to Eastside on Sept. 11.
That was a 3-0 game until
Eastside found the end zone in
the final minute of the third
,quarter.
Two starters return on a
defense that has been


vulnerable against the run.
Newberry rushed for 486
yards, while Suwannee gained
approximately 300 yards.
Though wins have been hard
to come by in the last 15 years,
the Raiders did come out on
top the last time they played
the Tornadoes, winning 32-3
in 1998. The game was only 7-
0 at the half, with Aaron
Tetstone cutting Santa Fe's
lead to four with a 33-yard
field goal in fhe third quarter,


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe has something it
has not ex erienced since
2005--a headpcoach returning
from the previous season. Still
Shea Showers' Raiders are still'
seeking their first win when
the host the Bradford
Tornadoes Friday, Oct. 2, at
7:30 .m
Thp Raiders (0-4) won twos
state championships ill the.
early '90s, but have not
enjoyed much success since
winning a title in 1994, 'going
22-54. Last season's three
wins were the most
experienced by the Raiders
since 2004 when they went 7-
5 Santa fe went to the
playoffs that year- their only
postseason trip since winning
that state title in 1994.
Showers, a Santa Fe High
School alum, told the
Gainesville Sun he was
expecting his defense to be
better this-frear after opponents
averaged 37 points per game
against the Raiders last year.
There has : been an
improvement, though
Newberry and Gainesville
each scored 41 points against
Santa Fe. Opponents are
averaging 27 points per game


The Raiders responded by
scoring four touchdowns, two
of which covered more than 60
yards.
Though Bradford was held
to 130 yaids of offense, senior
running back DeWhitt
Betterson rushed for 126 yards
in his last-ever game at
Bradford, which game him a
school-record 3,041 career
yards. That record stood until
2007 when James Jamisort
achieved 3,128 career yards;


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an Indians rushing attack led
by Blake, the Tigers regrouped
and held on third- and fourth-
down rushing attempts.
The Tigers, after regaining
the ball on downs, set the stage
for a final comeback with
approximately four rui'nutes
left in the contest. After no
luck on the first two downs
and a sack on the third,
Alexander and company faced
fourth-and-19 yards deep in
their own territory. An
excellent spiral down the
middle of the field found
junior Quentin Johnson fpr a
30-yard gain to keep the drive
alive.
Just a handful ofsplays later,
the Tigers were in prime
scoring position at the Fort
White 5-yard line. On a third-
and-goal, Alexander rolled to
his right, where he was hit by
several Indian defenders,
. causing the only fumble on the
evening for the Tigers. A Fort
White recovery sealed the fate
for the Tigers when Gilmer
took a final knee to end the
contest
The Tigers kept their penalty
problems to a minimum this
week with only four
infractions for 28 yards, while
the Indians had four for 35.

.

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the scoring for the home team,
the Indians put one more on
the board with a 52-yard drive.
A 24-yard run by Thomas
resulted in a first down at the
Williston 29. Lott completed a
17-yard pass to Latner before
finding Julius in the end zone
for a 9-yard touchdown.
Julius finished the game
with five receptions for 71
yards, while Latner caught
seven passes for 99 yards.
Thomas rushed for 90 yards
on 19 carries.
Keystone is off this week
before hosting district
opponent Trmity Catholic
FridayOct.9,at7:30p.m.




Continued from page 9B

. for the second straight meet,
led by Marcus Thompson, who
had a time of 22:58. He was
followed by Zachary Davis
(24:02), Wyatt Griner (25:41),
.Evan Coleman (32:25), Alec
harden (32:31), Juwan Crum
(33:51), Sebastian Curtner
(36:28) and Jason Griffis
(37:00). Coleman, Harden,
Crum, Curtner and Griffis all
ran PRs.
.
Hall sets record in
SeaSOn-Opener
Bradford got the season off
to a great start with Hall
being a school record and
oys runners ompson an
Davis establishing high school
. marks as well at a 2-mile run
at OakleafdSept. 18. rls' t
e gi eam,
which placed second, with a
time of 13:42 to better
Samantha Steffan's previous
school best.
Every girls' runner set a PR:
Rodgers (14:16), Sheffield
(15:16), Jordan (15:22), Ricker
(15:59), McCormick (16:00),
Williams (21:54) and Phinney
(22:05).
Likewise, every member of
the boys' team, which also
placed second, ran a PR, led by
Thompson's time of 12:43.
That time ranks as second-best
in school history. Davis was
not far behind with a time of
12:54, which is the third-best
time in school history.
Griner had a time of 14:25,
- followed by Coleman (14:59),
Harden (16:13), Griffis
(19:27), Crum (19:39), Curtner
(20:39) and Cody Varnes
(22:09y.


Tucker Bracewell catenes
a pass for Keystone*

warmed up as he sacked
Harden for a 6-yard loss on the
next play. That was the first of
twoconsecutivesacksasBrian
Reeder and Daniel Williams
teamed up for one on third
down, forcing the Tigers into a
fourth-and-21 play from the
Keystone 31. Logan Stanley
broke up Harden's fourth-
down- pass as the Indians
thwarted a Union scoring
opportunity.
The Tigers had another
chance to score before halftime
when they blocked a Keystone
punt, which gave them the ball
at the Keystone 21 with 2:09
remaining in the half. After an
incomplete pass on first down(
Alexainder was held to no gain
by Luke Prezkuta. Harden
tossed another incomplete pass
before being sacked by Beard
on fourth down.
Union turned in a few
standout plays defensively as
well. Thomas Webb had two
sacks, while Alexander
intercepted two passes.
Alexander led the Tigers
offensively with 63 yards
rushing on 14 carries.
However, they finished the
game with just 102 yards,
including being held tpl yards
rushing in the second half.
Gonzales rushed for 115
yards on 16 carries as the
Indians finished with 187 total
yards.


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drive off on a third-and-long
play when he found Legree in
the back of the end zone for a
19-yard touchdown reception.
Following a bobbled kickoff
return, the Tigers started their
initial possession on their own
11yard line. Converting several
third downs throughout the
drive, the Tigers answered the
bell just a few seconds into the
second quarter when Tyson
scampered into the end zone
from 5 yards out. A missed
PAT by Devon Geer left the
Indians with a one-point
advantage after a 99-yard
Tiger drive.
The Indians responded
quickly, marching back down
the field into Tiger territory
before the Tiger. defense
btickled dawn. Facing fourth-
and-short, junior Alexis Blake
took a simple handoff and
turned it into a 36-yard
touchdown run, extending the
Indians' lead. A successful
PAT by Fort White senior
Edward. Alexander put the
score at 14-6.
Refusing to be outdone, the
Tiger offense showed it could
stretch the field just three plays
later when Tyson took a
double handoff 65 yardsfor
his second score of the
evening. An attempted two-
point conversion would have
tied the game, but its failure
left the Indians in the lead, 14-
12-
After forcing a turnover on
downs, the Tigers had one
chance to take a halftime lead,
but came up short as time
expired.
The Tigers turned the ball
over on downs on the first
drive of the second half. The
Indians .responded by going-
into power running mode,
burning up most of the third
quarter by the time they
capped the drive with an I1-
yard touchdown run by
Blake. Another successful
PAT gave the Indians a two-
score advantage, 21-12.
Just as they had done the
two previous times, the Tigers
answered, drivmg the distance
of the field and giving it to do-
it-all back Tyson, who ran off
left tackle for a 2-yard
touchdown. Another failed
two-point attempt left the
Tigers trailing -by.three points
just a few minutes into the
fourth quarter-
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series of the game, the Indians
had to settle for two Darby
Johns field goals.
"I thought that hurt us,"
Dickinson said.
Keystone's first opportunity
occurred -- on the game's.
opening possession. A 5-yard
run on third-and-mches by
Thomas resulted in a first
down at midfield. Thomas
later had an 11-yard reception
to set up third-and-3 at the
Williston 29. Lott was able to
draw the Williston defense
offsides to pick up the first
down. Two straight runs by
Thomas resulted m just 3
yards, while Lott's pass on the
resulting third down fell
incomplete. Johns kicked a 38-
yard field goal for a 3-0 lead
approximately four. minutes
into the game.
Welch's first touch on the
ensuing series was good for 16
yards to the Keystone .38. He
later had a 14-yard run,
resulting in a first down at the
16. A snap over Edwards'
head, though, pushed the
Devils back to the 45. The.
resisting second-and-39 play
was no problem for Preston,
who scored on a 45-yard
touchdown run with 2:37
remaining in the first quarter.
The PAT was no good, so
Williston's lead was only three
points.
Thomas returned the ensuing
Williston kickoff 31 yards to
the Keystone 40. Two straight
runs by Thomas gained 10
yards, resulting in a first down
at midfield, while a 10-yard
run by Jennings earned
Keystone another first down at
the Williston 36. Lott's 17-
yard pass to Chase Julius put
the Indians at the 19-yard line,
but the drive stalled at the 14.
Johns connected again, this
time from 31 yards out, tying
the game at 6-all at the 10:44
mark of the second quarter.
Williston -needed just three
plays to regain the lead.
Edwards had a 72-yard run to
the Keystone 1, setting up his
own 1-yard touchdown and a
12-6 lead.
The Devils threatened to
increase that lead when a short
punt gave them the ball at the
Keystone 43. A 16-yard run by
Edwards resulted in a first
down at w the, .16, while
Edwards' 5-yard pass set up
first-and-goal at the 7. A
dropped pass that could've
been a sure touchdown was
- dropped on first down, while
the Keystone defense dropped
Edwards for no gain on
second. A fumble on third
down resulted in a loss of 5
yards. Edwards, on fourth
down, almost found the end
zone, but he tripped at the 3-
yard line, giving Keystone the
ball with 4:47 .to play before
halftime.
The next time the Devils had
the ball the Kheuy onleaydsefense
Jonathan Stanley. Stanley
dropped Edwards for a loss of
5 yards on first down and then
tripped him up for a 1-yard
loss on third down after he had
eluded one tackle. That forced
Williston to punt, but the
Devils never got the chance to
attempt the kick when the snap
sailed over the punter's head,
rollizig into the end zone.
Crews fell on the loose ball for
Keystone's first touchdown of
the game. Johns' PAT gave the
Indians a one-point lead before
Welch's 61-yard run gave
Williston the lead for good.
After Preston's fourth-
quarter kickoff return capped


Keystone
.
Unl0f VafSity
defeats Union
COUnty 6-0
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telearash Staff Writer
Its offense has not put up
many points, but with the way
the Keystone Heights junior
varsity football team's defense
is playing, it doesn't have to.
The Indians have shut out their
first two opponents, including
a*recent 6-0 win over visiting
Union County on Sept. 24.
The lone score of the game
occurred on the Indians' first
possession of the second half.
:They put together a 71-yard
Irive that featured four carries
for 50 yards by running back
Alex Gonzales. A 29-yard run
by Gonzales on fourth down
resulted in a first down at he
Union 7-yard line. Quarterback
Chandler Mann and receiver
-9ucker Bracewell, who had
hooked up earlier in the drive
for aT2-yard gain, connected
on a 7-yard pass play for a
touchdown with 4:16 to play in
the third quarter.
After that, it was up to the
Keystone defense, which held
the Tigers to two first downs
and 31 yards in the second
half. The Indians were all over
quarterback Austin Harden,
who was-sacked four, times in
the second half for a loss of 17
yards and intercepted once by
Joey Willis.
Keystone head coach Lantz
LLowery said the defensive
front seven, which is
comp sed of almost all
solihomores, is the strefigth of
the team.
"The main reason (Union)
couldn't throw the ball was we
were getting to _. the -
.qukrterback," Lowery said.
For the game, Keystone
sacked Harden seven times for
a loss of 31 yards. Two of the
Indians' biggest sacks
-occurred in the secondquarter.
Union, following a Prince
Alexander interception, started
a drive at its own 27. An 8-
yard run by Harden resulted in
one first down before .
Alexander, after reversmg
field, broke free for a 19-yard
,rup to the Keystone 39. A 15-
yard pass from Harden to
Cody Tice moved the Tigers to
the20-yard line. ,
Alexander, who up to that
lxtint .had gained 58 yards on
six cares, was then dropped
for a 2-yard loss by Dalton
Beard. Beard was just gettilig


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