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Publication Date: October 8, 2009
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Hampton Veterane Memorial Fund's latest event-a chill cook-off and poker run-ralaed $1,500 over
, the weekend. That's enough to finish paying for the veterans monument the group Intends to place at
Santa Fe Cemetery. Above, Roy DeCelle is pictured chopping peppers for the cook-off. For more on the
participants and contest winners, see Inalde.



H ealt hg rou p targets obesity rate


'Dr. Pete' recognized for 20+ years of service


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


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other county in the state, he said.
Winnie Holland, health department
da rector for Bradford and Union
countIes, said more awareness about
food choice is needed. There are ever\
healthy menu options in fast food
establishments she said (ordering fruit
on the side instead of french fries, for
example).
It'sbettertoletpeopleknowwhattheir
real choices are instead of just giving
them a list of things they should and
shouldn't eat, she said. It's not realistic
to tell everyone to eat more fresh fruits
and vegetables, for example, if they
don't have access to those foods.
Having said that, she said there are
a whole lot of people who do not know


IIY MARK J. CRA;WFORD


the basics of eating well, such as portion
control.
If the group wants to have an impact,
Holland said, addressing obesity
with a message that stresses personal
responsibility is an area where a
dramatic impact on the overall health
of the community could be made.
It's too soon for the health group to
have a complete road map for how it
will take on obesity in Bradford County.
The group's first effort will be to pass
out healthy information and snacks at
the Great Pumpkin Escape. It will also
be working to build membership.
At the group's prior meeting a
See OBESITY page 12A


The Bradford County Community
Health Advisory Groupstill in the early
stages of formation, agreed last week to
begin taking on what could literally be
the county's biggest problem-obesity.
Joe Pietrangelo of the Bradford and
Union county health departments said
Bradford County is the fattest county in
the state. Forty-nine percent of adults in
the county are obese, and that does not
includethosiewhoareoverweightbutnot
obese, he said. Include those considered
overweight and the percentage is even
higher.
That's considerably higher than any


even to the point of showing up at accident and other emergency
scenes.
He is universally described as a knowledgeable and dedicated
professional, and many of his co-workers and his supporters were
in the audience as the county commission declared Oct. 5 Dr. Peter
Glanas Day. He was presented with a proclamation to that effect.
Pictured above are EddIe Lewis; Peter Glanas, Maxie Carter, Doyle
Thomas, LIIa Sellars and Ross Chandler.
Carter said the county must have made a wise choice all those years
ago, because Glanasis still on the lob 20 years later.
"Everybody loves him, I've never heard anyone say nothing against
him, so I hope he's here for 20 more years," Carter said.
Bradford-Union EMS Director Allen Parrish said Glanas' presence
is important to a lot of people. "We may not even realize the effect he
has on people's health here in Bradford County, and throughout the
state, so we're very, very privileged to have him," he said.


Dr. Peter Glanas was recognized for more than 20 ears of service
as the county's medical director during Monday's Bradford county
Commission meeting. On hand was Maxie Carter, the former county
commissioner who signed the original agreement with Glanas 20 years
ago, although Glanas said he had actually been acting as medical
director on an handshake six or seven yearq prior to the arrangement
being, formalized. After two decades In effect, the agreement was
renewed Monday and will continue to renew itself annually.
Born in Wellsville, N.Y., Glanas received his bachelor's degree
at Johns Hopkins University and his medical degree from George
Washington University. He was assigned to this area after receiving
his degree and loved it so much that he never left.
As director of the ER at Shands Starke and the county's medical
director, Glanas is Instrumental in working alongside the county's
emergency medical service workers in medical crisis situation as
well as training. He's worked with EMS in Alachua, Clay and Union
countIes as well, working hand-in-hand with paramedics and EMTs,


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injured in
motorcycle

KCaCh eonbt, local teacher
and wife of Judge Johnny
Hobbs, was injured Tuesday
night as she and her husband
were riding motorcycles north
on U.S. 301. The accident .
occurred at the new signal light
at the intersection of 227 in the
northbound lanes. This was the
first full day of operation of the
new signal.
At, 10:45 p.m., a car suddenly.
braked, causing a five vehicle
collision. Hobbs' motorcycle
slid under a trailer being pulled
by an RV in front of her.
She was transported to Shands
at UF with serious injuries.
Judge Hobbs was not injured in
the accident.
Hobbs is a teacher at
Southside Elementary and is
known for her historical tours to
interesting cities and foreign
countries.

Hampton
benefit for
WOman with
08000?
There will be a benefit concert
to raise funds for Marian Moore,
a Hampton resident with cancer,
anHa 1 ICitand reSe en"
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.

Pleasant Grove
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The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will have its regular
monthly meeting on Monday,
Oct. 19, a 7 p.m. in the annex
of the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church at the corner
of Northwest 177th Street and
C.R. 229. Area residents are '
invited to join.


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Cf 8 Shes
Four traffic crashes in the area
claimed three lives and left three
people with dritcal injuries this
week.
2 die in crash with Clay
school bus
Two people died Sept. 29 after
their vehicle crashed into the rear
ofa Clay County school bus.
According to the report written
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper M. Torres, Elisabeth
C. Brand 19, of Interlachen
was driving a 2003 Pontiac
sedan northbound on Blanding
Boulevard. Paul P. Bruchesky,
48, of Melrose was a passenger
in the vehicle.
A 2010 Clay County school
bus driven by Dawn Hingson-
Green of Keystone Heights had
also been traveling northbound
on Blending Boulevard, but had
stopped at the intersection with
Santa Clara Avenue in preparation
of making.a left-hand turn.
The Pontiac failed to stop and
struck therearof the bus.The bus
caught on fire, but all 22 students
were evacuated.
Both Brantley and Bruchesky
:.de tw e en He
one of the students, Samantha
Brantley, 16, was transported to
Stands Jacksonville with serious
injuries. The report said she had
been sitting in the rear of the bus
and had been wearing a seatbelt.
The Pontiac was totaled and
damage to the lius was estimated
.at $20,000.
I.awtey man dies in
i-Vehide CYBSh
Christopher Smith Jr., 21, of
Lawtey died at the st-ene of a
one-vehicle cmsh on Oct. 5.

See CRASHES page 12A



KHHS teen


a nife'afice
Sidney Newman, a 15-year-
old studelit at Keystone Heights
High School was arrested f6r
'battery bn a school employee on
Oct. 1. Newman was arrested
for attacking Vice Principal Roy
Shewchuk as he tried to separate
the defendant and another student
to keep them from fighting.
According to a Clay County
Sheriff's Office report by Deputy
D.D. Eshelman, Shewchuk got
between the two girls to break
up the fight, but thy .defendant
attempted to restart the altercation
and punched Shewchuk in the
arms and chest several times.
Shewchuck held his arms up in
an attempt to shield and block
-the punches.
KHHS Principal Susan Sailor,
guidance counselor Terri Parrish
and a teacher, Wayne Geiger
witnessed the incident. All
three completed sworn written
statements.
State Attorney's Office staffer
Charles Davis said the state
would be interested in pursuing
criminal charges in the case.
On Oct. 1, Eshelman met
with the defendant and her
mother at Keystone Heights City
Hall to explain the potential
consequences of the charges.
The defendant was arrested and
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The county commission
approved a slightly revised
version of its road paying and
resurfacing plan, and set a new
list of priority roads moving
forward.
Per the plan, roads are
prioritized based on the following
criteria:
1. Usage levels/traffic
counts/ number of
residences.
2. Current condition and
maintenance demand.
3.. Availability of alternative
funds and/or sources for
paying.
4. Dust control. .
5. Drainage needs.
6. Cost.
7. Length of time since the
road was established as a
county road.
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that population of those living
on a particular road had not
been adopted as part of the
consideration process. That has
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received CDBG, funding for the
sewer rehabilitation project. The
recreation facility would serve
the entire city, however, and that
makes the 51 percent threshold of
low-to-moderate income families
harder to achieve.
According to .Pusateri,
citywide, only 49 percent of
households fall into either
category.
Pusateri said the city could
survey households instead of
relying on census data to see
how accurate that percentage is.
That would require going door-
to-door to at least 746 homes to
have a high enough number in
the sample to be confident in the
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road paying plan.
Length of time as a county
road is also new to the plan.
The new priority road -list is
laid out in a separate resolution
approved by the board as
follows: '
District 1
Northeast 204th Street (froin
301 to the stop sign)-0.6 miles
District 2
Northwest 7P' Avenue (from
S.E. 229A to C.R. 229)-1.2
miles
District 3
Southeast 144th Street (from
C.R. 100A to Southeast 150th
Street)-1.2 miles
District 4
Southeast 49th Avenue (behind
Hampton school)-0.4 miles;
and Southeast Second Avenue,
Southeast Third Street and
Southeast Fifth Avenue-0.9
miles
District 5
Southwest 104'" Avenue
(from C.R. 18 to Southwest
105'" Street)-0.7 miles; and
Southwest 10416 Avenue (from
Southwest 105'" Street to the
end)-0.6miles


Commissioners can amend
these choices at any time, but
changes need to be reported in
writing to the entire board. Roads
will be addressed as funding
becomes available.
One road remains to be paved
on the existing priority list: the
remainder of 185'" Street (Mark
Lee Starling Road) in District 1.
Commissionersdiscussedsome
additional costs of completing
this and other projects, including
repairs to the recently paved
Southwest 16P' Street, a piece of
which was damaged by a truck
because the road base was not
properly prepared, resulting in a
hole in the road.
There are also striping and
grassing costs for all three roads
in the ongoing paying project,
including Northwest 180th,
County Manager Brad Carter
said those costs were built into
the project budget' when, the
cotlnty decided to fully pave the
roads instead of sticking with
chip seal. A concrete ditch is also
needed to prevent erosion on 16P'
Street, he said.
All told, these finishing


projects could cost around
$100,000, including the $4,000
cost to patch the hole in 16P'.
The commission approved
advertisement for bids on the
above work. .
The road paying and
resurfacing plan sets out paying
standards, which include a 6-inch
lime rock base and 1.5 inches of
asphalt compacted to 1.25 inches.
The county engineer prepares
specifications before a project is
advertised for bids.
The plan calls for bids to
include base and drainage work
in addition unless it is determined
the county road department
can perform the work with a
substantial savings with existing
manpower and equipment.
Otherwise, the road
department's involvement is
to be limited to clearing, ditch
preparation, side drainage and
grassing.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
commented on how stretched the
road department personnel had
while working on the ongoing
paying projects. He said this
impactedthedepartment'sability


to perform maintenance on dirt
roads for the rest of the county.
He said the commission had
to commit to giving citizens
good roads to travel on, and that
cannot happen if maintenance
falls behind while the road
department assists on paying
projects.
Chandler also stressed the
importance of resurfacing
aging paved roads and not just
focusing on paying dirt roads. If
the county loses the roads it has
while paying new roads, it hasn't
accomplished anything, he said.
In other business:
Will Sexton from the county
attorney's office reported that the
One of the properties the county
needs for the paying of Southeast
144th Street is being released
from its lien,.opening the door
for the county to purchase it.
Another property is in
foreclosure, and the county is
trying to work with the bank
to acquire it. The third is being
pursued through eminent domain
proceedings.


Qualifying week in Lawley re-
sulted in two races but only one
incumbent fighting to retain her
seat.
Councilwoman Jeanette Phil-
lips in Seat 3 has two challeng-
ers-Virginia Warner and James
L.*Rowe.
Seat 5 Councilman George
Shuford is not seeking office
again. Instead the seat will go to
one of the qualifiers, Helen Bo-
hannon or Russell Miscally.
Only the incumbents qualified
for the other three offices open
for election, which means Coun-
cilman Jimmie Scott, currently
appointed mayor, will continue
to represent the city, Lisa Harley
will continue to serve as the city
clerk and longtime Chief of Po-
lice Butch Jordan will continue
to head that department.
The election will take place
at city hall on Tuesday, Dec. 1,
from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Books close
on Nov. 2, which means quall-
fied citizens must be registered
to vote by that datein order to
participate in the election.

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Phillips

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The following is an announce-
c ac s tnu tto r" e pu
didate. .
My name is Jeanette Phillips.
I have lived in Lawtey for the
pt sbeaanr
Dan Phil
ny
lips, was em-
tployedit ivith -
Lawtey for 1
32 d
years an q
rednow re-
retired
from Nis- Jeanette
san Motors Phillips
in 1997 and
have beew- involved with -4he-
city for he past 13 years. 1- have

rtve2d000ti5 city council serve on the Lawtey
Recreation Board and was an of-
ficer on the board for five years:
three as chairperson, one as sec-
retary, and one as treasurer.
I have enjoyed working with
the citizens of Lawtey and hope
to continue. I am asking for your
I it(d um e don
the citizens of Lawtey and hope
to never disappoint you.
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Bohannon

annOURC6S

run for city

council
The follo ing is an announce-
ment of intention to run for pub-
offee submitted by the ccindi-

is My nanw
Bohannon,
a ning om ,, ---
city council
Seat 5 in [ --
Lawtey. I
am married I
to Herb
Bnod eTeen Helen
a Lawtey Bohannon
residents. for
We own Bohannon Ranch and
rescue animals, small and large.
macal e e .t dit f Phar
pharmacy as well as a compound-
ing pharmacy. We compound
bio-identical hormones as well as
pet medications and many other
medications.
I also work with Dr. Gilbert
Weise Sr. in Mona Vie. I worked
i'at'ndaand Honda fo nld5d
tor
\\'0 are active members of
Highland First Baptist Church in
M


I a consistent in attending
Lawtey City Council meetings. I
have served on the Lawtey Rec-
reation Board and have served as
board chairperson.
I am asking for your vote on
Dec. I to better serve the citizens
of Lawtey.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
There was no good news
to deliver to the Starke City
Commission last month
regarding funding sources for a
new recreation facility.
Christa Pusateri of Bailey,
Bishop and Lane poke about
grant possibilities during a joint
workshop between the city and
county commissions, although
she acknowledged then there
could be come challenges to
funding based on the rules for
state Community Development
Block Grants.
Sincethenshe'shaddiscussions
with the Flbrida Department
of Community Affairs that
only confirmed that even if the
counitystalghtrecrea nGfacility
it wouldn't be able to spend that
gildiffi-n the cill, tind ice vErsa,
eskii thotigh both city and county
residentswouldobenefit.thecity's

prospects for funding the
proposed recreation facility
through CDBG funding its
half. The news that came next
eliminated it entirely.
CDBG grants are awarded
based on need, and Pusateri said
thenumberoflow-andmoderate-
income households was not
enough to support maximum
funding'
It's easier to receive funding

p rc f lary and rate
income asses is case, to
achieve. This is how the city


to-moderate income households
to achieve funding.
Even with all of t.he additional
footwork and the required 51
percent, Pusateri said the city's
application score would not be
high enough to be fundable.
Unfortunately, I've explored
every avenue that we could
possibly take with this CDBG
grant, and it doesn't look like
it's going to work out for that
citywide activity," Pusateri said.
She will continue to explore
Other options, including USDA
RuralDevelopmentalthoughthat
would likely involve borrowing
and repaying funds.
"Other than that, I'm keeping
my eyes out for anything else that
I can find," she said.
One possibility, a temporary
rise in sales tax approved by


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The system under
consideration-SmartCOP from
CTS America-is one used
by Florida Highway Patrol,
Baker County, Union County
and others. The Eighth Judicial
Circuit "loves it'I and already
has four of its counties using the
system, according to Smith.
Ir) addition to everyone
working from the sam.e system,
there will be enhancements such
as computer-aided dispatch in
emergency vehicles that should
helpreduceresponsetimes.When
dispatch sends the information,
it will pull up the address and
map on thp rescue unit's (or fire
engine s} computer screen, Srnith
said.unified system will also
eliminate the need to enter
data multiple times in different
offices. It will be entered once
and then be available elsewhere
to those who need it.
Smith said the county.would
be saving time and money.
Members in charge of
the Intergovernmental
Communications Fund agreed
to invest in the purchase of the
software. The first-year purchase
installment of $68,000 will be
paid out of IGCF funds.
Smith hopes to use grant or
other funds to pay for the three


subsequent payments and not
draw those yearly payments .
from IGCF. He will budget
for the payments in fines and
forfeitures and use that money, if
necessary, to completely pay fpr
the software.
There is no straintenance cost
during year one. After that,
the system will cost the county
$39,000 annually versus the
$71,000 the county is paying
each year for the current system,
Smithsaid.
Everymunicipalityhasagreed
to the software switch, Smith


said, which means every< law
enforcement agency, fire and
EMS station, and court office
iv ill be on the same system-
The county commission joined
IGCF in agreeing to the purchase
of the new software.
Clerk Ray Norman said a lot
could have been done prior tO
now, but Smith is taking a giant
step to making it happen now. It
will save time and effort for all
agencies involved, he said.
"It's really a big step in the
rightdirection,"Normansaid.


Bradford Sheriff Gordon Smith
told the county commission
Monday that he and his office has
been working with other county
and municipal departments on
a unified records management
system.
"We've got to have something
that's more efficient and a whole
lot less expensive," Smith said.
Smith said the county .has
paid purchasing and annual
maintenance or licensing costs
for software that was supposed to
be used in vehicles and at the fire
stations that was never installed.
haSi en rhetsaid ec y
is records management software
and used only about 60 percent
of it
The goal is to make the
records system paperless, or as
paperless as possible. When an
officer files a report, that report
should be able to be pulled up
in the clerk's office, the jail, the
state attorney's office, the courts,
other law enforcement agencies
in the cotmty, etc.
Currently most are running
on different systems. Even the
jail and sheriff's office are.on
separate sysyms. The result is a
daily paper chase for those who
work in these agencies, one that
Smith hopes to help put a stop
to."Our people weir their legs
out chasing paper every single
da thlet eT\ o iga deal with
one of the current.vendors the
county spends tens of thousands
of dollars with each year, but
couldn't cut a deal that didn't
involve spending thousands
more on software the county had
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enter. One ent per person per .m. on Fridays. Fill in all the
. week please. persons winning lanks with the name of the team
one week are not eligible to you think will win. The person
win again for at least three who picks the most games
weeks. correctly will win $75.00 cash.
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winner will have his or her scored in JACKSONVILLE ame
photograph taken for the paper, this week is the tie breaker. P ease
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birds or other animals are fried
when they come in contact with
the electrified equipment, and
so is the equipment, leaving
nearby customers without power
until workers can address the
problem.
Thompson said the shields cost
around $12 a piece and the city
will be purchasing a few to place
in problem areas like Wilson
Road and Green Acres to see if
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Community Church of
Keystone Heights n ill h
fall rummage sale on Fri
Oct.9, from 9 a.m. until
Dollar-a-hag da\ is Satur
Oct 10. from 9 a.m. unti
noon. The sale is held in
church felloivehili hall, lo
behind Ace Hardware on
100. Call the church offi
352-473-4182 for further
information. -
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New Bethel Baptist Chu
is holding a Fall Festival
Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8
p.m. at the R.J.E. ball fie
Old Lawtey Road. A com
yard sale and grts arid cr
will take place until 3 p.
then until 5 p.m., there w
games, prizes and a hayr
Food will be sold all day
Vendors can rent booths
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Myra McRay at 904-769-
or Alica McMillian at 90
1100. ,

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morning message at 9:45 a.m.
with special music from New
Beginning at II a.m. Dinner on
the grounds n ill follow at 12:30
g a.m.
Brooker Baptist Church w ill
celebrate homecoming on Oct.
11 with the Rev. Daniel Findley
as the speaker. The church
n invites all of its old members
to visit, fellowship and enjoy
a great meal following the
morning worship service.

Blackwelder Memorial
Freewill Baptist Chutch
will hold its 27h homecoming
celebration on Oct. 11 with
Sunday st-hool at 9:45 a.ni. and a
service featuring special niusic
and former Pastor Sid Baker as
guest speaker. Dinner on the
grounds will follow. All.family
and friends are encouraged to
attend this special celebration.

Keystone Heights
Presbyterian Church, 4002
S.E. S.R.21, will celebrate the
20'" anniversary of its founding
on Oct. 18. Everyone is invited


4 p.m. Community Full Gospel
day, Ministry n ill host a gospel sin
l featuring Allin and Geraldine
the Griffis at 6 p.m.on Saturday.
cated Oct. 10. Refreshments will
S.R. follow.Everyone is invited to
ce, attend. For more information,
please contact Charles Anderso
at 904-259-2052. The church
is located nine miles west of
rch Starke on S.R. 100.
this
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ld on Church on Northwest C.R. 225
bined will hold revival Oct. 11-14 at
afts sale 7 p.m. each night. Evangelist
m. From Dr. Kevin Ahrens will-preach,
ill be and there will be special music
ide. by Old Time Way, Simply
Grace, the youth praise band
for $25. and Bayless Highway choir. For
ntact more information, please call
1001 904-964-6340.
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Bethel Baptist Church on
C.R. 230A will celebrate
rch on homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
host 11. Dr. Jerry Gesell, director
ern Joy of missions, will present the


to the worship service, which
begins at 10 a.m., and for lunch
immediately following.

Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church at the corner of
Oak and Ash streets in Starke
invites the public to its annual
triple choir anniversary. Singers
and choirs are encouraged
to call 904-964-5285 and let
the chtirch know if there-is
something they would like to do.
The annual senior citizen gala
for those 50 and up will be Oct.
11 at 3 p.m. Contact 904-964-
5136 for more information.
E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
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IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


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as other very nice gifts that will
be disbursed throughout the
evening. Master of ceremonies
will be everyone's favorite, Terry
Vaughan.
Tickets may be obtained from
.feannie Baker at 904-368-2300,
Vicki Teal at 904-964-7423, or
any Altrusa member. .
Monies raised through
this event are used to support
Altrusa's community service
projects throughout Bradford
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selling tickets to its 18th annual
fundraising gala. The event will
be held at Camp Blanding's post
headquarters on Thursday, Oct.
29. The social will begin at 6:30
p.m. with dinner served at 7 p.m.
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pomts.)
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final. A second tie breaker will .
be used, if necessary. Results
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Bradford County Courthouse, 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT: .
AII persons on whom this hotice is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required to file their
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICEt)R
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is served within
three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBL CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
filetheirclaimswiththisCourtWITHIN
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
Lawtey, FL32058
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,
vp
DONALD B. COWLING; SUSAN 1.
COWLING; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE; Unknown Tenant(s).
Def6ndant(s).
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
cash on the front steps of the Bradford
County ,Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida at 11:00 a.m.
on the 5* day of November, 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 Ea 137.75 fqet;
thence NobtE341 5 fe thence West
11 37 75 feel to the god f begiviniNg,
lying in the Noith 1/2 of the South
1/2 of Section 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 IIs pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60 days after the sale.
Dated this 25 day of September,
2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
10/1 2tchg 1078-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY: FEORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000574
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
NAAC2007-2
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
NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant
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 se(Ito the highest and
best bidder for cash at THE LOBBY at
the BRADFORd Cdqity Courthouse
located atzy45 NQRTH TEMPLE
AVENUE In, 4 FiK Florida, at
11:00 a.m. onthe 22 day of October,
2009 the followingdescribed property
as set forth ithiaid Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:n
LOT 3 AND WEST,1/2 OF LOT 2,


BLOCK 3,,HARDY'S.ADDITION TO
CITY OF STAR ;PLORIDA, 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
thesurplu fromthelddleifanyother
than the ptdfidtty.owfid? as of the date
of the lis pendeas, 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 ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should


publication of this notice and file the
AG SE LL original with the clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately there after;
Otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
L -4 the Complaint.
.. WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 23 day of September,
OFADBR 2009.
RAY NORMAN
Circuit and County Courts
NOTICE OF APPLICATION By: Lisa Brannon
FOR TAX DEED Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
That BEATRICE G. DODD TRUST
Theholderofthefollowingcertificate(s) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
has filed said certificates) for the 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
tax deed to be issued thereon. The AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
certificate numbers) and year of FLORIDA
issuance, the description of property, GENERAL JURISDICTION
and names) in which it is assessed DIVISION
are as follows: CASE NO-.08-CA-101
File Number: 2009-0009 DEUTSCHE BANK, NATIONAL
Certificate Number: 654 TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
Parcel Number: 03239-0-00000 UNDER THE POOLING AND
Year of Issuance: 2002 SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
Description of Property: AS OF MARCH 1, 2006, GSRPM
Lot Three (3) of Block One (1) of A.L. MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-1.
Alvarez's Addition to the Town of PLAINTIFF
Stake, according to the plat thereof VS.
recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 36, JANICE L. BERRY; UNKNOWN
Public Records of Bradford County, SPOUSE OF JANICE L. BERRY,
Florida; said lands lying and being in IF ANY; ANY AND ALL.UNKNOWN
Section 28, Township 6 South, Range PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
22 East. UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
Assessed To: HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
All of the above property is located KNOWN TO BE DEAD'OR ALIVE,
in Bradford County, In the State of WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
Florida. PARTIES MAY CLAIM 'AN
Unless such certificates) shall be INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
redeemed according to Law, the DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
property described in such certificate CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE AND JANE
or certificates will be sold to the DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
H gi hest Bidder at the BRADFORD POSSESSION DEFENDANTS
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STAKE, RR- NOTiCE OF
FL. on the 22nd day of October, 2009, FORECLOSURE SALE .
at 11:00 a.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
RAY NORMAN pursuant to an Ordbr Granting, the
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
COURT dated September 25, 2009 entered
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY in Civil Case No. 08-CA-101 of the
CLERK Circuit Court of the 8th -Judicial
Individuals with disabilities needing Circuit in and for BRADFORD
a reasonable accommodation County, Starke, Florida, I will sell
to participate in this proceeding to the highest and best bidder for
should contact the RECORDING cash at Lobby of Courthouse of the
DEPARTMENT no later than seven BRADFORD County Courthouse, 945
(7) days prior to the proceeding North Temple Ave, Starke, Florida, at
at the BRADFORD COUNTY 11 a.m. on the 22" day of October,
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the 2009 the following described property
individual of a deposition, court as set forth in said Summary Final
date, subpoena, etc, is less than Judgment, to-wit:
seven (7) days, then the individual LOT 16 AND THE SOUTH HALF
should contact the RECORDING (S 1/2) OF LOT 17, BLOOK 3,
DEPARTMENT as soon as possibig IN GAHAGAN SUBDIVISION, IN
after receiving that notice. Telephone: THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
(904) 966-6280, if hearing impaired, OF SOUTHEAST QUARTER
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 6
Service. SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, AS
9/17 4tchg 10/8-BCy SAME APPEARS OF RECORD IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 41, OF THE
IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 8th PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDA; IN THE OFFICE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OF THE CLERK OF COURT.
BRADFGRD COUNTY Any person claiming an interest in
Case #: 2009-CA-000440 the surplus from the sale. if any, other
Division #: than the property owner as of the date
UNC: of the lis pendens, must file a claim
Liquidation Properties, Inc., within 60 days after the sale.
Plaintiff, Dated this 25th day of September,
vs. 2009.
Jimmy N. Morgan and Roberta Ray Norman
MorganHusbandandWife;JPMorgan Ciqrk ofme Circuit Court
Chase Bank, National Association By: Lisa Brannon
flkla The Chase Manhattan Bank flk/a Deputy Clerk
Chemical Bank, as Trustee of IMC IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
Home Equity Loan Trust 1996-2 under AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
the Pooling and Servicing Agreement, ACT,.99Lsons wjth.djqabilitign opqrl!DR.
Dated'as of April 1, 1996; Of11krf6Wn 's speciabraqqommodatiope should
Parties in Possession #1; 4Jnkhews n contact COURT ApMINISTRATION,
Parties in Possession #2; If living, at the BRADFORD County
and all Unknown Parties claiming by, Courthouse at 1-800-955-8771 (TDD)
through, under and against the above or 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
named Defendanf(s) who are not Service.
known to be dead or alive, whether 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
said Unknown Parties may claim an
interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, : Pubile Auction
Grantees, or Other Claimants Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold a
Defendantss. Public Auction on Friday, October 16,
NOTICE OF ACTION 2009 at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
FORECLOSURE Avenue, Starke, FL on, the following
PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTy storage unit containing personal
TO: . items.
Roberta Morgan; ADDRESS #54 L. Jackson
UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE. LAST. 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 416 North
Polk Street, Stake, FL 32091. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Residence unknown, if living,. BRADFORD COUNTY,
including any unknown spouse of FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
the said Defendants, if either has FileNo.04-2009-CP-9
remarried and if either or both of said Division
Defendants are dead, their respective IN RE: ESTATE OF ANTHONY
unknowrr heirs, devisees, grantees, JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
assignees, creditors, Irenors, and Deceased.
trustees, and all other persons NOTICE TO CREDITORS
claiming.by, through, under or against The administration of thesestate of
the named Defendant(s); and thg ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO, .
aforementioned named Defendant(s) deceased, whose date of death was
and such of the aforementioned October 16, 2008, and whose Social
unknown Defendants and such of the Security Number is XXX-XX-7629,
aforementionedunknownDefendants is pending in the Circuit Court for
as may be infants, incompetents or Bradford County, Florida, Probate
otherwise not sui juris. Division, the address of which is 745
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that N; Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
an action has been commenced to $2091. The names and addresses of
foreclose a mortgage on the following the personal representative and the
real property, lying and being and personal representative's attorney
situated in Bradford County, Florida, are set forth below.
more particularly described as All creditors of the decedent and other
follows: persons having claims or demands
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE agaitist decedent's estate on whom
EAST 1/2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF a copy of this notice is required to
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 29, be served must file their claims with
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
EAST, IN THE CITY OF STAKE, 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
CORNER OF AFORESAID EAST All other creditors of the decedent
V2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF and other persons having claims or
NORTHEAST1/4ANDRUNTHENCE demands against decedent's estate
SOUTH 1* 50' EAST ALONG THE must file their claims with this court
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF, WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
A DISTANCE OF 234.36 FEET TO ,DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
AN EASTERLY PROLONGATION OF THIS NOTICE.
OF THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
OF THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF BE FOREVER BARRED.
COLLINS PLACE; RUN THENCE NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
SOUTR 89* 00' WEST ALONG PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
EASTERLY PROLONGATION CLAIM F(LED TWO (2) YEARS OR
AND ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF DATEOFDEATHISBARRED.
235.98 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE The date of first publication of this
FOR POINT OF BEGINNING. notice is October 1, 2009.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING Attorney for Personal Representative
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE THOMAS C. SANTORO, ESQUIRE
SOUTH 89* 00 WEST ALONG 1700 Wells Road, Suite 5
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY, Orange Park, Florida 32073
A DISTANCE OF 100 FEET TO AN PL BAR NO.:0784915
IRON STAKE ON THE EASTERLY 904-278-8713
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGiHT-OF. Personal Representative
WAY QF POLK STREET; RUN MARIE ELENA FALKENBERG
THENCE S 0* 49' 30" EAST ALONG 24103 NW 63rd Avenue


LAST AFORESAID EASTERLY Lawley, Florida 32058
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 87 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
FEET TO AN IRON STAKE, RUN
THENCE SOUTH 88* 39' 30" EAST, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
A DISTANCE OF 100.1 FEET TO AN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IRON STAKE; RUN THENCE NORTH IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
1. 49' 30" WEST AND PARALLEL FLORIDA
TO LAST AFORESAID EASTERLY PROBATE DIVISION
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 91 .. CASE NO.:04-2009-CP-9
FEET TO A POINT OF BEGINNING. DIVISION:
more commonly known as 416 North IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
Polk Street, Strike, FL 32091. ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
This action has been filed against Deceased.
you and you are required to serve a NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
copy of your written defense, if any, The administration of the estate of
upoh, SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP, ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
AttornbysfotPlaintiffwhosdaddcpay deceased. .File Number 04-2009-
is 10004,N. Date Mabry Highway CP-9 is pendingsin the Circuit Court
Suite 112, Tampa, FL 33878 for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
within thirty (30) days after the Tirst .Oivision, the address of which is the


contact COURT ADMINISTRATION, along a chord having a bearing of
at the BRADFORD County North 80 degrees 37 minutes 39
Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800- seconds West; thence North 01
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, degree 36 minutes 44 seconds East,
via Florida Relay Service. 612.02 feet; thence North 61 degrees
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT 02 minutes 08 seconds East, 378,73
feet; thence North 00 degrees 35
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH minutes 17 seconds West, 932.11
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR feet; thence North 89 degrees 11
BRADFORDCOUNTYFLORIDA minutes 31 seconds East, 100.36
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-427 .feet; thence North 00 degrees 54
DOUGLAS P. HARDY, minutes 57 seconds West, 721.49
Plaintiff, feet to the Northerly boundary of the
vs. SE 1/4 of said Section 20; thence
RELLEN H. CLARK, MIDLAND North 88 degrees 32 minutes 00
FUNDING LLC, FIRSTSUN seconds East, along said Northerly
LENDERS, INC. and MOTT BUICK boundary and along the Southerly
COMPANY, boundary of Green Acres Annex; #2
Defendants. and Green Acres Annex as recorded
NOTICE OF SALE in Plat Book 3, Pages 12 and 11
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant respectively of the public records
to a Final Judgment Of Foreclosure of said county, a distance of 429.30
dated September 14, 2009 in the feet to the Easterly boundary of the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the right of way of a 50 foot roadway;
highest and.best bidder for cash at thence South 00 degrees 40 rninutes
the front door of the Bradford County 36 seconds West along last said
Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11:00 Easterly boundary, 234.06.feet to the
A.M. on Thursday, October 15, 2009, beginning of a curve concave to the.
the following described property: West and having a radius of 770.00
A parcel of land lyi in the NE1/4 of feet; thence Southwesterly along said
Section 5, Townsh South, Range Easterly boundary and along the arc of
22 East, Bradfo County, Florida; said curve, 137.08 feet as measured
said parcel being more particularly along a chord having a bearing of
descnbed as follows: South 05 degrees 47 minutes 00
Commence at a concrete monument seconds West; thence North 88
found at the Northeast corner of said degrees 32 minutes 00 seconds East,
NE1/4 and run South 88 degrees parallel with said Northerly boundary,
53 minutes 10 seconds West, along 160 feet; thence South 01 degree 05
the .Northerly boundary thereof, minutes 47 seconds West, 200.00
603.08 feet to an intersection with the feet; thence North 88 degrees 32
Westerly boundary of the right of way minutes 00 seconds.East; parallel
of the CSX Transportation railroad; with said Northerly boundary, 149.54
thence South 16 degrees 15 minutes feet to the Westerly boundary of the
29seconds West, along said Westerly right of way of a 60 .foot roadway;
boundary, 929.13 feet to a found thence North 01 degree 05 minutes
concrete monument for the Point of 47 seconds East, along'said Westerly
Beginning. From Point of Beginning boundary, 570.24 feetto the aforesaid
thus described run thence South Northerly boundary of SE 1/4; thence
16 degrees 15 minutes 29.seconds North 88 degrees 32 minutes 00
West, along said Westerly boundary, seconds East, along said Northerly
455.27 feet to a set iron rod; thence boundary, 60.00 feet to the Easterly
South 89 degrees 08 minutes 53 boundary of the right of way of a
seconds West, 285.92 feet to a set 60 foot roadway; thence South 01
concrete monument; thence South 89 degree 05 minutes 47 seconds West,
degrees39minutes56secondsWest, along last said Easterly boundary,
362.82 feet to an iron rod set on the 560.00 feet; thence North 88 degrees
Easterly boundary of the right of way 32 tylinutes 00 seconds East, parallel
of Lincoln City Road (said iron rod with aforesaid Northerly boundary,
being on the arc of a curve, concave 150.00 feet to the Easterly boundary
to the East and having a radius of of the NW% of SE 1/4 of said Section
3189.49 feet); thence Northeasterly 20; thence South 01 degree 05
along said Easterly .boundary and minutes 47 seconds West along said
along the arc of said curve 435.73 Easterly boundary, 763.23 feet to the
feet as measured along a chord Southeast comer thereof (also being
having a bearing of North 15 degrees the NWoomer of the SE 1/4 of SE 1/4);
22 minutes 18 seconds East, to an thence North 89 degrees 11 minutes
Iron rod set at the end of said curve; 17 seconds East, along the Northerly
thence North 19 degrees 17 minutes boundary said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and
18 seconds East, along said Easterly along the Northerly boundary of the
boundary, 623.91 feet to a concrete SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of said Section
monument set at the beginning of 21 a distance of 1417.45 feet to the
a curve, concave to the West and Westerly boundary of the right of way
having a radius of 843.51 feet; thence of State Road 16; thence South 25
Northeasterly along said Easterly degrees 53 minutes 16 seconds East,
boundary and along the arc of said along last said Westerly boundary,
curve 57.87 feet as measured along 771.05 feet; thence South 89 degrees
a chord having a bearing of North 14 minutes 32 seconds West, 450.32
17 degrees 40 minutes 48 seconds feet to the Point of Beginning.
East, to a set iron rod; thence North LESS AND EXCEPT THE
89 degrees 29 minutes 47 seconds FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
East, 33.59 feet to a found concrete PARCEL:
monument; thence South 02 degrees Aparcel of land containing 1.00 acres,
08 minutes 04 seconds East, 628.82 inore or less and lying in the SE 1/4
feet to a found concrete monument; of the SE 1/4 of Section 20, Township
thence North 88 degrees 54 minutes 6 South, Range 22 East, in the City
12 seconds East, 380.31 feet to the of Starke, Bradford County; Florida;
Point of Beginning. said parcel being more particularly
Any person claiming an interest in desonbed as follows:
the surplus from the sale, if any, other Commence at a railroad spike located
,than the proppoty operas ofthe.date, at the Sout sy,. comer sof said
of the Lis;Bendogs;pipstfig,4. cipirp Sectign 20ph t rdilhN40 degrees,
within 60 days after the safe. 06 minutes ikiid 00 seconds East,
Dated this 15th day of September, along the Easterly boundary thereof,
2009. 839.61 feet to the Northerly boundary
RAY NORMAN of the right of way of a 60.00 foot
Clerk of the Circuit Court road; thence South 89 degrees, 14
By: Usa Brannon minutes and 32 seconds West, along
Deputy Clerk said Northerly boundary, 51.31 feet
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT to the centerline of a drainage ditch
for the Point of Beginning. From Point
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING of Beginning thus described continue
The Bradford County School Board South 89 degrees, 14 minutes and
will be having a public hearing on 32 seconds West, along last said
October 12, 2009 in the Bradford Northerly boundary, 297.51 feet;
County School Board Room #201 thence North 00'degrees, 45 minutes
at 6:30 p.m. to discuss Title X, and 28 seconds West, 150.20 feet
Homeless, policy changes. to the centerline of a drainage ditch;
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT thence South 69 degrees 13 minutes
and 13 seconds East, along said
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE centerline, 49.39 feet; thence North
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 74 degrees, 54 minutes and 02
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, seconds East, along said centerline,
FLORIDA 215.45 feetto an Intersection with the.
CASENO.04-2009-CA-145 centerline of aforesaid drainage ditch;
CAPITAL CITY BANK, thence South 13 degrees 39 minutes
Plaintiff and 27 seconds East, along last said
v. centerline, 190.24 feet to the Point of
STAKE 85, LLC; LAS OLAS Beginning.
HOLDINGS, LLC; and PATRICK B AND
WELCH & ASSOCIATES, INC., A parcel of land lying in the SE 1/4
Defendants. of SE 1/4 of Section 20, Township
NOTICE OF PORECLOSUI5E 6 South, Range 22 East, in the City
SALE of Starke, Bradford County, Florida;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN said "parcel being more particularly
pursuant to the Final Judgment of desonbed as follows:
Foreclosure dated September 23, Commence at the railroad spike
2009 and entered in Case No. 04- locatedatthecornerofsaidSection20
2009-CA-145 of the Circuit Court of and run North 00 degrees 06 minutes
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for 00 seconds East; along the Easterly
Bradford County, Florida, Wherein boundary thereof, 839.61 feet to the
CAPITAL CITY BANK is the Plaintiff Northerly boundary of the right of way
and STARKE 85, LLC; LAS OLAS of a 60.00 foot road; thence South
HOLDINGS, LLC, ahd PATRICK 89 degrees 14 minutes 32 seconds
B WELCH & ASSOCIATES, INC., West, along said Northerly boundary,
are the Defendants, I will sell to the 51.31 feet to centerline of a drainage
highest and best bidder for cash at ditch for Point of Beginning. From
the Front Door of the Bradford County Point of Beginning thus described
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave., continue South 89, degrees 14
Stake, Florida 32091, at 11:00 a.m. minutes 32 seconds West, along
on the 22nd day of October, 2009, the last said Northerly boundary 297.15
following- described property as set feet; thence North 00 degrees 45
forthinsaidFinalJudgment: minutes 28 seconds West, 150.20
A parcel of land lying in Sections 20 feet to the centerline of a drainage
and 21, Township 6 South, Range 22 ditch; thence South 60 degrees 13
East, ih the City of Starke, Bradford minutes 13 seconds East, along
County, Florida; said parcel being said centerline, 49.39 feet; thence
more particularly descrIbed as North 74 degrees 54 minutes 02
follows: seconds East, along said centerline,
Commence at the Southeast corner 215.45 feet to an Intersection with
of said Section 20 and run North the centerline of aforesaid drainage
00 degrees 06 minutes 00 seconds ditch; thence South 13 degrees 39
East, alorig the Easterly boundary minutes 27 seconds East, along last
thereof, 629.51 feet to the Polht of said centerline, 190.24 feet to Point
Beginning. From Point of Beginning of Beginning.
thus described continue North 00 Any person claiming an interest in
degrees 06 minutes00 seconds East, the surplus from the sale, If any, other
along said Easterly boundary, 150.00 than the property owner as of the date
feet to the Southerly boundary of the of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
right of way of an existing 60 foot within sixty (60) days 4fter the sale.
roadway; thence South 89 degrees WITNESS MY HANDiand the seal of
14 minutes 32 seconds West, along this Court on Sept. 29, 2009.
said Southerly boundary, 489.69 feet Ray Norman
to the beginning of a curve concave, Clerk of the Circuit Court
to the North and having a radius of By: Lisa Brannon
1126.15. feet thence Northwesterly, Deputy Clerk
along said Southerly botindary and 10/8 Achg 10/15-BCT
along the are of said curve,. 391.05


feet as measured along a chord NOTICE OF PUBLIQ SALE
having a bearing of North 80 degrees SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
45 minutes 33 seconds West; thence LLC. gives Notice of Foredosure of
South 00 degrees 06 minutes 00 Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
seconds West, parallel with said on 10/28/2009; 10:00 a.m. at 18536
Easterly bouridary,.809.29 feet to US Hwy 301 N, Starke, FL 32091-
the Northerly boundary of the right 0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of way of County Road 229; thence of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
South 89 degrees 19 minutes 14 TOWING AND RECOVERY, LLC.
seconds West, along said Northerly reserves the right to accept or reject
boundary, 1008.71 feet to a jog in any andlor all bids.
said Northerly boundary; thence 5RYO8104X85053606 2008 RKTA
North 00 degrees 40 minutes 46 10/8 itchg-BCT
seconds West, along said jog, 10.00
feet; thence Northwesterly along said LEGAL NOTICE
Northerly boundary and along the TheFirstJobs/FirstWagesCommittee
arc of a curve concave to the North ofFloridaWorkswillholdamdetingon
and having a radius of 2241.83 feet a Thursday, October 15* at 2:00 pm.
distance of 782.29 feet as measured at the Bradford-Union Area* Career


Technical Center, 609 N. Orange
Street, Starke, FL. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions.
10/8 itchg-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE AIR PERlllT
Florida.Department of Environmental
Protection
Northeast District Office
Draft Minor Source Air Construction
Permit
Project No. 7770037-012-AC
APAC-Southeast, Inc.
First Coast Division
Stake Facility
Bradford County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project is APAC-Southeast, Inc.
First Coast Division. The applicant's
authorized representative and mailing
address is: David M. Church, Division
President, APAC-Southeast, Inc.
First Coast Division, P.O. Box 24728,
Jacksonville, Florida.2241-4728.
Facility Location: APAC -Southeast,
Inc. First Coast Division operates
the existing Starke Facility, which is
located in Bradford County at 4105
Southeast 144th Street, Starke,
Florida and 32091. APAC -Southeast,
Inc. First Coast Division proposes the
addition of Bio fuel oil as a permitted
fuel for the Dryer for EU001- Drum
Mix Asphalt Plant. ,.
ProjectThisisthefinalairconstruction
permit, which authorizes the addition
of Bio fuel oil Ms a permitted fuel for
the Dryer for EUOO 1 Drum Mix
Asphalt Plant.
Permitting Authority: Applicaticins
for air construction permits are
subject to review in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F S.) and Chapters 62-4,
62-210 and 62-212 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt from
air permitting requirements and an
air permit is required to perform
the proposed work. The Permitting
Authority .responsible for making a
permit determination for this project
is the Department of Environmental
Protection's Northeast District Office.
The Permitting Authority's physical
address is: 7825 Baymeadows
Way, B200, Jacksonville, Florida
32256-7590. The Permitting
Authority's mailing address is:
7825 Baymeadows Way, B200,
,Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590.
The Pernfitting Authority's.telephone
number is 904/807-3300.
Project File: Acomplete project file is
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00
a.m. to $:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at the
physical address indicated above
for the Permitting Authority. The
complete project file included the
Draft Permit, the Technical Evaluation
and Preliminary Determination,
the application and information
submitted by the applicant (exclusive
of confidential records under Section
403.1 11, F.S.). Interested persons
may contact the Permitting Authority's
project engineer for additional
information at the address and phone
number listed above. In addition,
electronic copies of these documents
are availAble on .the following ,web
site. http://www.dep.state.fl.uslairl
eproducts/apds/default.asp.
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit:
The Permitting. Authority gives
notice of its interit to issue an -air
construction permit to the applicant
for the project described above. The
applicant has provided reasonable
assurance that operation of proposed
equipment will not adversely impact
air quality and that the project will
comply with all appropriate provisions
of Chapters 62-4, 62-204, 62-210,
62-212, 62- 296 and 62-297, F.A.C.
The Permitting Authority will issue
a Final Permit in accordance with
the conditions of the proposed Draft
Permit unless a timely petition for an
administrative hearing is filed under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.
or unless public comment received
in accordance with this notice results
in a different decision or a significant
change of terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Atithority
will accept written comments
concerning the proposed Draft
Permit for.a period of 14 days from
the date of-publication of this Public
Notice. Written comments must be
received by the Permitting Authority
by close of business (5:00 p.m.) on or
before the end of the 14-day period.
If written comments received result
in a significant change to the Draft
Permit, the Permitting Authority shall
revise the Draft Permit and require, if
applicable, ariother Public Notice.'AII
comments filed will be made available
for public inspection.
Petitions: A person Whose
substantial interests are affected by
the proposed permitting decision
may petition for an Administrative
heanng in accordance with Sections
120.569 and 120,57, F.S. The petition
must contain the information set forth
below and mustbe filed with (received
by) the Departments Agency Clerk
in the Office of General Counsel of
the Department of Environmental
Protection at 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station # 35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000
(Telephone: 850/245-2241). Petitions
filed by any persons other than those
entitledtowrittennaticaunderSection
120.60(3), F.S. mtist b4 filed within
14 days of publication of this Public
Notice or recei st of a written notice,
whichever becurs first. Under Section
120.60(3), F.S., however, any person
who asked the Permitting Authority
for notice of agency action may file
a petition within 14 days of receipt of
that notice, regardless of the date of
publication. A petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petitiork to the applicant
attheaddressindicatedaboveatthe
tirfieoffiling.Thefailureofanyperson
to file a petition within the appropriate
time period shtill constitute a waiver
of that person'& rijht to request
an administrative determination
(hearing)under Sections120.569and
120.57, F.S.; or to intervene ih this
proceeding and participate as a party
to it. Any subsequent intervention


(in a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
the presiding officefopod the filing of
a motion io compliance with Rule 28-
106.205, F.A.C.
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Permitting
Authority\ action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The nam4.and address of each
agency affected and eadh agency's
flie or identification numby, if known;
(b)7he name, address and telephone
number of the jietitioner; the name
address and telephone number of
the petitioner's representative. If
any, which shall be the address for
service purposes dudrig the course of
the proceeding; and an explanation
of how the petitioner's substantial
rights will be affected by the agency
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determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner received
notice of- the. agency action or
proposed decision; (d) A statement of
all disputed issues of material fact. If
there are none, the petition must so
state; (e) A concise statement of the
ultimate facts alleged, including the
specific facts the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification of
the agency's proposed action; (f)
A statement of the specific rules
or statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modif ication of the
agency's proposed action including
an explanation of how the alleged
facts relate to the specific rules or
statutes; and, (g) A statement of the
relief sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action the petitioner
wishes the agency to take with
respect to the agency's proposed
action. A petition that does not
dispute the material facts upon which
the Permitting Authority's action is
based shall state that no such facts
are in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as set
forth above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means that the Permitting Authority's
final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this Public
Notice of Intent to issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right
to petition to.become a party to the
proceeding, m accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: edition is not available
forthisproceedin ".".,
10/8 11pd-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Friday, October 9 at 2:30 p.m.
at FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 13m St.,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
10/8 itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE
SESSIONOFTHEAl.ACHUA/
BRADFORD REGIONAL WORK
FORCE BOARD
The Alachua/Bradford Regional Work
Force Board's Executive Committee
d/bla Florida Works("Board") will meet
in an executive session on Friday,
October 9, 2009 at 1:30 p.m., prior
to an Executive Committee meeting
on that day. The Executive Session
will be held at the One-Stop Career
Center located at Florida Works, 4800
S.W. 13* Street, Gainesville, Florida.
The executive session will be
attended by Executive Committee
members: Linda Tatum, Clay Martin,
Ken McGurn, Frank McGeown,
Jim Painter, Cris Andersen, Sonia
Douglas, Patti Breedlove, Lydia
Bush; the. Board's AE, Angela Pate,
and Attorney Marian.B. Rush.
The subject matter of the executive
session is the appeal/grievance filed
by Arbor Education and Training in
connection with ITN#06-02-2009.
The discussions during this session
shall. be confined to settlement
negotiations and/or strategy relating
tolitigationexpenditures.Thesession
will be recorded by a certified court
reporter.
10/8 itchg-BCT,
NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL
PUBLIC MEETING
Clay County will be hosting an
informational public meeting, as
provided for in Section 403.9424,
Florida Statutes, regarding the siting
plication that Florida Po er and
ht has filed with the Department
Environmental Protection for its
proposed EnergySecure Line. The
purpose of this meeting is to further
inform the public about the proposed
natural gas transmission pipeline,
obtain comments from the public, and
assist the County in formulating its
recommendation with respect to the
proposed pipeline. Representatives
from Clay County and Florida Power
and Light will be available to answer
questions regarding the proposed
pipeline. The informational meeting
will be held on Wednesday, October
14, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., in the cafeteria
of McRae Elementary School, 6770
County Road 315, Keystone Heights,
Florida.
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida
10/8 1tchg-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular. scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Commissioners
is scheduled >for October 15 at 6:30
p.m, in the Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse. Agenda is available
online www.bradford-co-fla.org or at
the office of the County Manager,
10/8 1tchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
-CIRCUIT, IN ANQ FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-2000.-CP-93
IN RE: ESTATE OF TERRY C.
MINX,
Deceased,


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head back to Madison, where it
will titrn east, then go north on
Broadway Street, making its way
back to the high school.
S.R. 100 traffic will be
detoured to Edwards Road
(Southwest C.R. 100A).
The Tornadoes will play P.K.
Yonge' that night beginning at
7:30 p.m.
On Saturday night, Oct. 17,
the high school will hold a
homecoming dance for students
in the BHS gymnasium. Tickets
will be $5 and go on sale
beginning Oct. 12,


Pu mp kin

Escape returns
The 16th annual Great Pumpkin
Escape will take place in
downtown Starke on Halloween
night, Saturday, Oct. 31, from
5-9 p.m.
Organized as a safer alternative
to trick or treating, by the


Downtown Business Community
Association, founders say their
goal has been realized as the
event grows in popularity every
year. Its success is based on its .
appeal for the entire family, and
families from miles around pour
into downtown to participate in
its activities.
The Great Pumpkin Escape
features games, contests,
entertainment, food and, of
course, lots of free candy!
Proceeds from the event
provide scholarships in
memory of beloved downtown
businesswoman Naomi Herres,
who helped start the Pumpkin
Escape.
DBCA is seeking corporate
sponsors to help support the
event. Also needed are donations
of candy, small toys, gift
certificates, etc. Contributions
can be mailed to DBCA, P.O.
Box 1027, Starke, FL 32091, or
contact Lee Sparks at 904-966-
1150-


The SHIP loan will be a repayable
loan with no interest. This program is
Jor applicants in the very-low, low, or
moderate category. Preference will be
given to very-low and low classified
applicants. Applications will be taken
from November 8, 2009 until all funds
have been exhausted.
SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING
PROGRAM:
This program will provide partial
funding of the total cost pending
funds availability for the construction
and/or rehabilitation of temporary,
transitional, or long-term rental
housing for special needs groups.
Applicants must be a non-profit
organization. This program is for those
tenants whose income is classified
as very-low or low. These funds are
available as a grant. Applications will
be accepted from qualified non-profit
organizations from November 8, 2009
until all funds have been exhausted.
DISASTER MITIGATION/
RECOVERY PROGRAM:
This program will provide emergency
repairs to victims of a natural disaster
as declared by a government body.
Funds may be used for items such
as, but not limited to, purchase of
emergency supplies, to weatherproof
damaged eligible homes, intenm
repairs to avoid further damage, tree
and debris removal, construction/
repairofwellsandsoftcostsrequired
to process assistance applications.
These funds will be expended as
either rants or loans with no interest
due. his program is for those
applicants whose income is classified
as very-low or low. Funds will not be
allocated to this strategy except in the
case of a federal or state disaster.
SHIP FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED
TO PURCHASE, REHABILITATE,
OR REPAIR MOBILE HOMES.
Clay County, its officers, staff, and
agents disclose that it is unlawful to
discriminate on the basis of race'
"creed:-colorwgesex,-familialstatus,
matitWBitath; riktional origin or
handicap.
Fntz Behring, County Manager
Barbara L. Taylor, SHIP Coordinator
10/8 itchg-LRI
NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL
PUBLIC MEETING
Clay County will be hosting an
informational public meeting, as
provided for in Section 403.9424
Iorida Statutes, regarding the siting
application that Florida ower and
Light has filed with the Department
of Environmental Protection for its
proposed EnergySecure Line. The
purpose of this meeting is to further
Inform the public about the proposed
natural gas transmission pipeline,
obtain comments from the pu IIc, and
assist the County in formulating its
recommendation with respect to the
proposed pipeline. Re resentatives
.from Clay ounty and lorida Power
and Light will be available to answer
questions =fegarding the proposed
pipeline. The informational meetmg
will be held on Wednesday, October
14, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., in the cafeteria
of McRae Elementary School, 6770


County Road 315, Keystone HeIghts,
FlorIda.
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida
10/8 itchg-LRM
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Breton's Lawn
Maintenance, Inc., 6550 Woodland
Drive, Keystone Heights, FL 32656,
joint owners, doing business under
the firm name of: Turf Surfers Lawn
Maintenance, intends to regIster
fictitious name under the aforesaid
statute.
Dated this 5th day of October, 2009 in
Clay County.
10/8 itpd-LRM


subject to ALL prior liens, if any, to
the highest and best bidder for CASH
IN HAND, lus Florida State Sales
Tax, if app cable, the proceeds to
be applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and satisfaction of
the above described execution. In
accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a
special accommodation to articipate
in this roceedin8 sha I contact
the Civil process nit at the Union
County Sheriffs Office not later than
seven days pnor to the proceeding at
55 West Main Street, Lake Butler, L.
32054 Phone # 386-496-2501.
Jerr Whitehead As Sheriff
O Union County Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Depu Sheriff
10/8 4tchg 10 9-UCT


, TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE CDBO PLANNING
Notice is hereb iventhat rsuantto & APPLICATION,
a writ of exech n hereto re issued ADMINISTRATION, AND
out of the Circuit Court, Seminole ENGINEERING SERVICES
County, Florida, Case No.08-CA- The Town Council of Worthington
3679-14L on September 15, 2009 Springs hereby requests proposals
in the matter of Ronald E. Hobbs from qualified individuals or firms to
& Constance J. Hobbs, his wife provide one or more of the following
Plaintiffs vs. Lawrence Porterfiely services for the Town of Worthington
& Maril M. Porterfield, his wife Sprin s'anticipated 2009 Commun
defend ts. 1, Jerry Whitehead, Ag Deveopment Block Grant (CDBG
Sheriff of Union County, Florida, have application or on a continuin
levied upon all the right, title and basis for other s sal projects. 1
interest of the defendants) Lawrence Administration an /or 2) ngineenng.
& Marilyn M. Porterfield, to-wit. Certainfederalandstaterequirements
Township 4 South, Ran e 19 East (such as equal employment
Section 31: NW of Shf NW % o provisions) will apply to the contract
NE % of Union Coun less Parcel for this project. Contracts will be
.A" conveyed to John A. Porterfield issued separately for each service.
and Beverly Porterfield on Feibrua Professional services required shall
24, 1999 as recorded in book 14 be secured in accordance with CDBG
page 243 subsequently conveyed to Re ulationsincluding24CFR, Part85,
lbanez Investment Grou on July 19 an other procurement requirements
2004 as recorded in bopk 208 pagg adopted by the Florida Department of
631 Community Affairs.
Parcel"A" is described agypilows: Projects may include infrastructure
Commence at.the northwestasorner jmproygqentyper dMelp ment,, land
of the NW of SW of NW W of NE % purchase, comMb it or econofflic
section 31 Township 4 south, Rangg development activities, and other
19 East, Union Coun Florida and similar activities as may be identified.
run thence N 89031 04" E along Administration services will include
the north line of said NW of SW of complete management and reportmg
NW % of NE %, 688.71 feet to the for the project to include, but not
int of be inning, thence continue be limited to, the following tasks:
89o31'O49 E alon said north line environmental reviews contract
209.00 feet, thenc S 0o57'17"E development, project/program
209.00 feet to the int of be innin management, financial tracking and
Containing 1.00 ac more or less advisory management monitoring
Together with A 30 foot easement laborstandardsreviewofpoliciesand
for in ess and e ss described as procedures and all other federal or
follow A 30 foest of land 30 state imposed requirements for grant
feet to the ri ht of a linPdescribed as implementation and compliance.
follows: be 9n at the northwest corner Civil engineering services will Include,
of the NHf SH of NW % of NE % but not be limited to, preliminary
section 31 township 4 South, Ran 4 evaluationlinvesti ation, feasibility
19 east, Union County, Florida ad analysis, testing, esign, architectural
run thence N 89031'04" E alo the strategies, cost estimating,
north line of said NH of SH 7 NW permitting, contract and construction
M of NE H. 688.71 feet to the int of management, inspection, and other
termination R similar services. Types of projects
And on November 19, 2009, at anticipated include water,. Sewer,
11:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as roads, sidewalks, etc. with firms
circumstances rmit, I will offer the submitting possessing expertise in
above described rty for sale and registered personnel for projects
at ublic outc anpdos7II the sam of these types.
p ry e, Submittals should include corporate


information, personnel who would
workontheproject, related experience
of those personnel, public entity cnme
form, management work plan showing
milestones and expected timeframes,
firm/personnel workload, and any
other relevant information deemed
necessary. Certified MBE firms are
encouraged to submit certification
documents with their submittals.
Task analysis may be required for
certain contracts therefore proposals
should include proposed tasks to
be accomplished for each service.
Proposals for each service will be
separately evaluated on an equal
competitive basis using the following
critena: (1) experience or ability
to become experienced with the
Florida Small Cities CDBG program
or similar programs (25 Points);
(2) staffing and management (20
Points); (3) technical approach to
local needs including task outIme or
work management plan for proposed
completion (20 Points); (4) familiarity
or ability to become familiar with local
conditions (20 Points); (5) quality of
references and their res nses (10
Points for Administration services/
15 Points for Engineering
services) and (5) fee (5 Points for
Administration Services). The fee
quoted must Indicate a basis for
calculation and submittal. Fees may
be quoted as lump sum, hourly rate
or task completion rate. Engineenn
and other eligible service fees wa I
be negotiated after selection via the
CONA (F.S. 287.055)
One (1) o anal and five (5) copIes
of seale proposals, marked
"SEALED PROPOSAL FOR CDBG/
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES", must
be received by 4:00 p.m. EST on
Wednesday, October 21, 2009, at
the Worthington Springs Town Hall,
11933 SW 36th Dnve (shipping
or delivery only) or P.O. Box 150,
Worthington Spnngs, Florida 32697,
Atto: Pat Barrell, Town Clerk, in
order to be considered. Fax or email
proposals will not be accepted. more formation, contact Pat Harrell
at 386-496-1006 on Wednesdays
or via email at patriciaharrell@
windstream.net. Proposals will
be opened as. soon as possible
after the submission deadline and
evaluation and selection will occur
in accordance with CDBG and other
funding agencies requirements at
a time, an place to be determined.
An evaluation committee may be
appointed and interviews, may be
conducted. Contracts resulting from
the process will be subject-to review
and will be fashioned so as to protect
the Town's interest.
The Town reserves the right to reject
any and all proposals, to waive any
.mformalities or Irregularities m the
proposal process and to award the
contract in.the best interest of the
Town. The services contract is subject
to grant award and release of funds
by the funding a enc
EQUALOPP R UNI EMPLOYER;
FAIR HOUSING, HANDICAP
ACCESS JURISDICTION
10/8 itchg-UCT


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Ter C Minx, deceased, whose
dat of Eleath was August 10, 2009-
is pending in the Ci it Court foI
Bradford County, FISida, Probate
division; File Number 04-2009-CP-
93; the address of which is Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below
AII creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demar\ds against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
un liquidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of .this notice,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF' THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other, creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WII..L BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATM IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF PtRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS OCTOBER 8,
2009.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Larry E. Ciesia
4400 NW 23" Ave., Suite A
we u QAibb jild,7T41/ida32606
3 1(W2)774 1503 (voltay
(352)378-5604 (fax)
.1ciesla@larryciesig-law.com
Florida Bar No. 283533
Personal Representative:
Dudley P. Hardy
403 W. Georgia Street
Stake, Florida 32091
10/8 2tchg 10/15-BCT


1..?% ERE G10 N
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
AFFORDABLE HOUSING
DOLLARS AVAILABLE
CLAY COUNTY S.H.I.P.
PROGRAM
On July 7,1992 the Governor
of Florida signed the William E.
Sadowski Affordable Housing Act
into law. The Act is a comprehensive
funding package for state and local
affordable housing programs. Along
with these programs, this Act created
the requirements that localides adopt
a State Housing initiatives Partnership
(SHIP) Local Housing Assistance
Plan to be eligible to receive the
available program funds. Pursuant to
this Act, Clay County has a Housing
Assistance Plan for 2007/2008,
2008/2009, and 2009/2010. Program
funds will be distributed on both a
competitive and non-competitive
basis depending on program activity
and appropriation. Listed below by
activity are Clay County's Programs.
Eligible participants must qualify
under the income requirements
as listed for each program: Very
low (50% of Median), Low (80%
of Median), or Moderate (120%)
of Median. For further information,
contact the Clay County SHIP office
at 278-4700 or 529-4700. The Clay
County SHIP office is located at 2471
State Road 16 West, Green Gove
Springs, Florida. Please call the SHIP
office for instructions on submitting
applications- No applications will be
mailed or faxed. Office hours are 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
$350,000 FISCAL YEAR 2009/2010
NO FUNDS WILL BE ALLOCATED
FOR ANY PROGRAM UNTIL
NOVEMBER 8, 2009.
OWNER OCCUPIED
REHABILITATION PROGRAM:
Funds will be used in this program
to assist qualified homeowners
whose houses are in need of repairs.
Repairs will be determined by the
SHIP Coordinator. This program is
for applicants with income in the very-
low and low category Repairs will not
exceed $40,000.00 per house. These
funds are available as either grants
or no interest loans. Applications will
be accepted from November 8, 2009
until all funds have been exhausted.
EMERGENCY REPAIR
PROGRAM:
Funds will be used in this program to
assist qualified homeowners whose
houses are in need of emergency
repair. Emergency repair will be
determined by the SHIP Coordinator.
This program is for applicants with
income in the very-low and low
category. Repairs will not exceed
$15,000.00 per house. These funds
are available as either grants or no
interest loans. Applications will be
accepted from November 8,2009 until
all funds have been exhausted..
PURCHASE ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM:
Qualified homebuyers can purchase a
new or existing home with a 1% down
payment. A maximum of $20,000.00
is available for assistance with
closing cost and/or down payment
assistance. Existing or new homes
cannot exceed $247.500.00 in cost.


H omecomin9

events set
Bradford High School's
homecoming week runs Monday
through Saturday of next week,
Oct. 12-17.
Tornado Whirl, the
communitywide pep rally before
the homecoming game featuring
class skits, performances and th@
. crowning of the homecoming
queen, will take, place Thursday
night, Oct. 15, beginning 7 p.m.
in the football stadium.
Bradford High School's
homecoming parade will begin
at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16.
Entries will IIne up next to the
schoolonWestWashingtonStreet
beginning at 11:45 a.m. Once the
parade begins, it will travel south
on Orange Street and turn west
on Madison Street (S.R. 100).
The parade will then ture south
ataEk er on and s attPOa
It will turn north on Orange and







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Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
Attomey at Law
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Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate .
COrporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Co orate Litigation Personal Injury
Now accepting Mastercard Visa Discover and Debit Cards
155 SE 6'" Place Lake Butler, FL
* (Directly behind-Badcock Furniture Store off of Mam Street)

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LEFT: The back of the shirt takes a good-natured jab at
some Tiger rivals. RIGHT: The front of the T-shirt.


A ". go "ge
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Lisa Newberry (left) of Lake City was the winner of the Tim Tebow autographed
football jersey that was given away as part of a fundraiser drawing held by the
Lake Butler Lions Club. Newberry is shown here with Tim Giebeig, owner of
Custom Computer Services, who donated the jersey.


Ralph Courson
Custom Homes

Remodeling Additions
esign and BluePrint Services

FOr III Your BUIIMing Needs
BIG or SMALL


386-406-3873 386-623-7063
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EXQUISITELANDREAUTY
"There's Nothing Like North Florida and"
Residential & I4md Sales/Brokerage
Accredited Luxury Hom4gggidist!
Beautiful Home in LakkButler
Have this brand new 3BR-2BA home built on your land or ours.
Beautiful Homes Only Subdivision located just outside the city
limits of Lake Butler. Only 1-2 miles from local schools. Home
features 15' vaulted ceilings in Living Room and much, much
more. Completion date is Jan.15, 2010. Oplm$150,000
OWNER HOMELAND PACKAGE PLANS TO CHOO E FROM
Angie Hendricks, Realtor
(386) 623-1873 .. . We .
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Donna W. Land, Broker a
(386) 623-5529 .f .
exquisiteland@cox.net
Jessica Worrell, Realtor
(386) 623-7772
jessworrell@yahoo.com


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shirts, which are on order and
are expected to be in next
week.
Be sure to buy your shirt
and wear it to the homecoming
game on Friday, Oct. 23, when
the Tigers meet the Taylor
Cou y Bull T-shirts are
$10 each and can be purchased
at Jhe UCHS guidance office.
For more information, contact
either Jaelyn Steverson at (386)'


MSG Sam Balley, 61, is surrounded by his family (beginning clockwise from Balley's
right) his wife of 37 years, Glenda Balley, granddaughter Chloe Balley, grandson
Chance Balley, daughter-in-law Kim Balley, son Steve Balley and grandson Chase
Bailey.



Bailey returns from Iraq


Union County's MSG
Sam Bailey of the 146th
Expeditionary Signal Battalion
from Jacksonville, returned
home on Oct. I after serving a
one-year tour of duty in Iraq at
Camp Victory,
Bailey served as the
battalion food services non-



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with over 30 additional racing
competitions provided by the
Army.
Bailey was among 250
soldiers who arrived at
Jacksonville Airport and
received a welcome home
escort from a group of Vietnam
veterans to Cecil Field.


commissioned officer, who
was responsible for the cooks,
ensuring that more than
30,000 meals were served
each day during Operation
Iraqi Freedom. Also, while
in Iraq, Bailey participated
in Baghdad's version of the
Jacksonville River Run along


At the end of the 2008-2009 school year,.recently retired Union County school
employees were recognized a school board meeting, receiving plaques for their
many years of service to the students of the district. (L-R) Superintendent Cariton
Faulk with Pam Hendricks (nine years of service), Shirley Dampler (13 years),
J.T. Parrish (19 years), Margaret Williams (20 years), Iris Holmes (11 years), Terry
Stroemer (23 years), Carol Lewis (28 years), Emogene Box (29 years) and Lillie
Mae Godbolt (30 years). Not pictured were Betty Godwin (10 years), Lula Mae
Blidgeman (22 years), Carol Jean Harris (26 years) and Cheryl Howard (27 years).
Photo courtesy of Cathy Sams.


location for the event will be
the Quall Heights Country Club
in,"Frees\'straoon incoonsoon
or to sponsor the tournament,
contact James Redmond at
(352) 494-8081 or email
jamesredmondl@yahoo.com.


a p
Even Money
performs
The Bluegrass band Even
Money will perform at Lake
Cay Community Collegeon
nuetsdeayleOct. a p m;
Center. The show is, part of
LCCC's 2009-2010 Lyceum
series.
Ticket prices are $15 for
adults, $14 for seniors (ages 55
and over) and $13 for Lecc
staff and students, and students
from other schools. For more
inforMation, call the box office
at (386) 754-4340.

U CV F Dgolf
Scramble
feScheduled
ThefirstannualUnionCounty
Volunteer Fire Department Golf
Scramble has been rescheduled
for Saturday, Feb. 20. The new


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celebrate its ho
Sunday, Oct. 25
a.m.-12 p.m. The
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guest speaker
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VOlleyball
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On Wednesday, Oct. 14, the
Union County High School
girls volleyball teams will host
Bradford High School ma Dig
Pink National' Breast Cancer
Awareness Rally.
Dig Pink attendees will
watch the girls compete on
the- court while contributing
to breast health awareness
aTnaki matdtatemi2
junior varsity game will begin
at 4 p.m. followed by the
varsity game at 5:30 p.m. in the
UCHS gymnasium. Admission
will be $5 for adults and $3 for
students.
Before, during and after the
volleyball match there will be
many special events stch as


A portion of the ticket sales
and all donation proceeds will
benefittheSide-OutFoundation,
a national 501(c)(3) located in
Washington, D.C. For more
information about the event,
you can contact Trtidy Andrews
e-mailatAndowsT@ung'
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ABOVE: The 2009 Union County
Mitey Mites football team (not
pictured in order) are Anthony
Hendrieth, Jarrett Foerman,
Chesley Blvins, Jordan Smith, E-
Chase Crawford, Jace Oody, .
Trevor Rogers, Daniel TolidMrud, ,-,g
Hunter Jenkins, Shane Leigh,
Caden Cox, Dylan Teston, Jason :j,
Ferguson, Corey HIII, Gage
Hedricks, Chad Sanders, Cortez
Slocum, T.J. Robinson, Jamarion
Griffin, Aaron Edwards, Dawson .. ..
Johns, Tafflon Cox, Griffin : - ). ,4 ;. ..
Whiteley, Tate Worrell, Trace ;.Pr '!.,9.
Croft, Chase Curtis, Clayton *
Connelly, AI Ouron Williams,
. Dalton Hutchison, Gavin Dukes,
Sidney Johnson, Jason Hedrick,
Joseph Lennon, Lane Lewis,
head coach Jason Johns and ,
assistant coaches J.R. Jenkins, 4
Wesley Lewis, Bret Dukes and
Damon Whiteley. RIGHT: The
2009 Union County Junior Pee
Wee cheerleaders are (not in order as pictured) Morgan Arnold, Kayla Geraghty, Kensley Hamilton, ICyler Herndon, Blakely Jones, Nicole Luke,
Samantha Sardo, KatIe Scott, Mikaela Tench, Sara Waters, Gracie WHder, assistant coach Judy Stegall and head coach Karen Jones.

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also conduct skills testing of
potential employees in more
than 1,000 skills applications
from reading a tape measure,
cashiering and accounting
to numerous office software
applications such as Microsoft
titles and more.
Gladden and Stewart can also
assist customers that come into
the office with how to file for
unemployment compensation
and Social Security benefits,
as well as career development
skills training, resume writing
and access to the largest job
bank in the United States.
They also provide specialized
services such as dislocated
worker's assistance, job
opportunities for adults over
the age of 55 and veterans
employment assistance.
Gladden, who served eight
years in the U.S. Army as a
computer operator, said there
are many services available
for veterans including an
incarcerated veteran transition
program and Project Enable, a
program that assists disabled
veterans with re-entering the
workforce.
"In the incarcerated veterans
program, they are prepared
for the working world, such
as obtaining a GED and
using military skills to match
them with civilian jobs," said
Gladden. "These veterans can
be bonded for $5,000 through
the agency, alleviating potential
employer's reservations about


hiring a former inmate," she
said.
The Welfare Transition
Program provides eligible
families with services that
assist them in becoming self-
sufficient. Services include
Job search, preparation and
placement, education and
training, case management
and counseling, subsidized
childcare and transportation
assistance.
Stewart'added that the One
Stop Career Center offers more
benefits than people realize and
many do not realize it's all
free.
"If a person just can't locate
a job in the area, we can offer
training for a new career field
and sometimes we can provide
relocation assistance," she
said.
InadditionFloridaWorkforce
receives grants throughout
the year to continue providing
various types of training and
programs to the public. Other
support services such as gas
vouchers, uniforms or scrubs,
or tools are provided to those
who qualify.
Classes are also offered
through the job club and include
such topics such as dressing
for success, financial planning,
making a budget, mock
interviews and assistance with
buying professional clothing.
"The biggest thing is just
getting people through the
door," Gladden said.


BY TERESA STONE


Mary Gladden and Yasmine
Stewart said things are picking
up at the new One Stop Career
Center office in Lake Butler,
The office opened its doors
in August, although many
residents may not be aware
they are even there due to the
unique location.
* "What we tell people is that
we are in the office building
with the gazebo behind
Winkler's Appliance Store,"
said Gladden.
Gladden serves as the office's
employeeservicerepresentative
and is in the process of making
contact with area businesses
and inviting them to hop on
board and take advantage of the
many free services offered by
the One Stop Career Center.
Some of the services offered
include the use of the Employ
Florida Marketplace, an online
labor market tool specifically
designedfornotonlyemployers,
but also job seekers. Potential
employers can use the Web site
to post job openings, research
grant funded education and
training programs, search
for employee candidates and
receive automatic notifications
of new candidate matches.
One Stop staffers also
provide employer services
such as pre-screening, taking
applications and interviewing
potential employees. They can


Yasmine Stewart (left) anld Mary Gladden are


City from Cincinnati, Ohio.
She previously worked at a
pharmaceuticalclinicalresearch
company as an administrative
assistant.
The business hours at the
One. Stop Career Center are
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Anappointmentisnotnecessary
but is commended. You can
reach Gladden or Stewart by
calling the One Stop office at
(386) 496-1230,


Stewart was previously
employed as a clinical assistant
at Three Springs at Union, a
secure residential living facility
for male juvenile sex offenders.
She credits Florida Crown with
assisting her after she was laid
off from her former job. A
licensed CNA, she is currently
enrolled in the registered
nursing program 4t Lake City
Community College:
Gladden relocated to lake


.
UC Library haS

preschool garden -
activity ..
At the Union County Pubile Library, children attending
preschool storytime got to plant special bookmarks
containing flower seeds. Storytime is every Wednesday
and Thursday at 10 a.m. at the IIbrary. Parents and
preschool children are welcome. For more information,
please call (386) 494-3432.


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ATTENTION

KEYSTONE BUSINESSES-



E ffect ive N ove mber 1 200 9,


B' Competithorates,
in $
Keystone District
473-4917
AT x. clayelectric.com

Ray's Auto Repair
"study the &st"

7:182 Susuria IHyd.
17:B-:MNlit (NEXT TO HITCHCOCK'S GROCERY)
011ES-Gallagher Funeral Horne
Distinguished Caring Service for Over 50 Years
Joe Gallagher Owner
Stake 964-6200 Keystone Heights 473-3176


Brooker Carqival
October 24th at 5:00 pm -
Parade at 4:30 pm


andoenp ador a eqtt yhtgeToa hh dren
candy they want. Then walk.to our school to start
enjoymg our booths and sit down for a home
cooked meal and great sweets. Don't forget to play
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BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
The Lake Region Pop Warner
program at Little Rain Lake
Park was up and running at the
.end of September, with three
teams playing Alachua County
rivals.
Football parent and volunteer
Bill Curtis said the local kids
had played well, but there
was no word on which team


of butcher paper,
held aloft by team
moms.
Other Pop
Warner staff said
they still lacked
players and
cheerleaders in
two. age groups,
as has often
been the case,
but enrollment is
about the same


ABOVE: Jozee Smith, 5, and Josle A'dams, 7, are
IndIans TIny Mite cheerleaders in the Lake Region Pop
Warner program. LEFT, ABOVE: Gavin Ronquille adjusts
the pads.for Bryan Welborn, 7. Ashley Welborn looks
on. Bryan's Tiny Mites Indians team played the Santa
Fe Raiders.on Sept. 26. The next home games are this
weekend.


LEFT: A Mighty Mites
Santa Fe team waits
to make their dramatic
entrance onto the playing
field.-


parents and fans liked up for
hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas
and other snacks.
The next Pop Warner home
gamesforthethreelittleIndians
teams, will be held at Little
Rain Lake Park, just north of
the Brooklyn Lake Bridge, on
Saturday, Oct. 10. Lake Region
teams will play Union and
South Putnam counties.
Pop Warner cheerleading
competitions are also
scheduled on Saturday, Oct.
17, at Keystone Heights High
School.


this year as it always has been,
despite a down economy.
Curtis said that when boys
apply who don't happen to fall
into the three available teams,
they are usually placed in the
team above or below their
age group, depending on the
prospective player's size,
The program runs on
registrationfeesdonationsahd
income from the concession
stand. The signd was busy two
fall Saturdays ago as players,


won-nobody keeps score. The
Lake Region program features
Mighty Mite, Tiny Mite and
Junior Peeweeteams.
Thenameof thePopWarner
game is skill building and
having fun. The weather was
just right as one opposing
Santa Fe team, sponsored by
Breenan's Machine Service,
lineduptomaketheirdramatic
entrance onto the field. When
the whistle blew, the boys
broke through a large sheet


businesses


Keystone


receive


Busi nesses


will rc ie


sa, visit-


exhibit
Twenty-seven a
show new work i
sculpture and p
at the Bellamy R
through Nov. 1.


pf0gram
On Saturday, Oct. 10,. The
Mercy Network of Clay County
and Evangel Temple Southwest
in Middleburg will hold the
annual community outreach
serving the homeless and low-
income residents.
Free services available will
include clothing, food, shoes,
tents, sleeping bags, blankets,
toiletries and other items. A
children's fun area will be
available and there will be
drawings for prizes.
Available information will
include Crisis Pregnancy Center
personnel, and information
on adult education, veterans'
b fh cohn lons efeer
information and other services.
Round trip transportation
is provided from Keystone
Heights. To arrange
transportation, call (352)
473-3829. For additional
information call Sheila at (94)
291-8999 or Heather at (904)
291-1427. ,


rtss will


"Mirror, 'mirror...Self-
portraits by 27 Florida Artists"
will be curated by George
Ferreira of Ice House Gallery
in McIntosh,
A gala reception is planned
for Friday, Oct. 16, from 7-10
p.m. at 'the Melrose gallery.
Music will be provided by
Gosia and Ali of Gamesville.
On Sunday, Oct. 25, Eleanor
Blair will demonstrate oil-on-
canvas self-portraiture from 3-
5 p.m.
Bellamy Road is open Friday
through Sunday from 1-6 p.m.
and by appointment.
The gallery is located at
5910 Hampton St. in Melrose
on S.R. 26. For farther
information, call (352) 475-
3435 or cell phone (352) 283-
9700. Visitors may also e-mail ,
bellamy roadeve nts@ gmail
cont or kbollum@comcast.net.


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Benefit
concert
planned
Ke stconceHnei tsk (1tthe
Fire Department is planned for
Saturday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. The
event will be held at the KH
Lions Club, 915 Orchid Ave.,
.in Keystone Heights. Midlife
Crisis, The Hot Flashes and
Hot Rod Lincoln will perform.
Aminimumdonationof $5is
asked. Door prizes, a drawing,
hamburgers, hot dogs and soft
drinks will be sold.
For further information,
contact. Tony Breedlove at
(352) 475-3159 or Jeff Miller
at (352) 478-6081.

MGI f0 Se
farmers
market to
open soon
A Melrose Farmers Market
will begin on Friday, Oct. 9,
and be held every Friday from
4-7 p.m. at Melrose Heritage
Park. Local vendors will sell
local products only. To reserve
a space call (352) 339-4718.


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Monitor Editor
B ne A ssa ook halanst 3hn

days at Community Christian
School. You can tell it's the
br oTtt sdhoosda d oth:
tropical d6cor inside.
Alsabrook is new to the
w 6 tt cl P r tso hsi
year, she had been a stay-at-
home mom~
She studied childhood
education at St. Johns
Community College for about
t years, adqtoo ainon
Pensacola A Beka, a curriculum
seminar required for teachers in
private schools-
She was not at all nervous
t I stht rn:5 Gr teade 3 for
class, Alsabrook said.
I was very excited and
couldn't wait to get to know the
children and their personalities,
and how to work with those
personalities," she said.
One thing she has learned
since that first day, she added, is
that no lesson or class exercise
ivorks for every student."
You have to teach them as
individuals," she said, "and not
as a class."
the tr o pe pere anr
to explain things in a different
way, or treat the material
differently until all the students
I ady, the students in her
classes have covered addition
and subtraction up to "the 12
family" she said. Some of her
students don't necessarily get
an abstract subtraction problem
on a white board, but do
understand the concept when
she (and they) use balls to
illustrate more or fewer.
By the end of the year, the
students will.be able to write
thumbers up to 200; they will
know the difference between
even and odd numbers; they
will be able to count mixed
coins; and they will have
conquered a spelling list and
phonics. They will have read
10 reading.lesson books.
Alsabrook is originally from
Palatka and moved to Keystone
Heights when she married. She


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Oct. 8, 2006


epleeebdr its

history and

community

BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
The Speedville community along S.R.
21B celebrated its own renaissance with
its first annual homecoming last Saturday.
There were almost as many people in the
parade as there were spectators standing
along Speedville's new.sidewalks, and the
newly resurfaced, expanded S.R. 21B.
It was-clear the homecoming event had
achieved the desired galvanizing effect.
"Back to the Future" was the theme for
the day.
The procession began with a Bradford
County Sheriff's Office patrol car, siren
blazing, followed by an engine from the
Theressa Volunteer Fire Department.
Next came two young men holding a sign
that proclaimed the event as Speedville's
first annual homecoming.
.
Next was Melvin and Janice Byrd, mayor
and mayoress of Speedville for the day, and
the parade's kmg and queen, Lousse Harris
and Rufus Hutcheson.
There were kids wearing orange arid
blue Gator colors being pulled in a boat;
kids riding on four-wheelers, a float that
celebrated the community's past and its
future. Finally, there was a large flotilla
of classic and tricked out cars from
the Gathering Harvest Auto Club in
Hawthorne.
Bm mm r at so nd ev n
and Patsy White organized the event.
n Afttee rddsethebcommun tendgathered for
e krythingnd of to pocket h
was a DJ. The organizing committee


ABOVE: Last 2 e
Saturday, 9 .
Speedville
celebrated its
first annual
homecoming .
with a parade .
down S.R. 21B,
followed by a
celebration and
auto show in -
Speedville Park.
Riding behind
the banner
Carried by
Jordan Session
and Jerry Tucker, are Speedville's mayor and spayoress for the day, and
the parade's king and queen. RIGHT: As Glorlds Brown, left, and Gloria
Hutcheson's T-shirts say, "Back to the Future," was the theme for the day.
Speedville residents were encouraged to take pride.ln their past and plan
for the years ahead.


Marvin Graham from Graham Farms in Brooker takes a
breather between customers. Graham Farms features
potted flowers, plants and vegetables, and also offers a
variety of jams, bellies and pickles


MISP 5 = =
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gave certificates of appreciation to senior
citizens over 65.
The celebration was held:at Speedville
Park, a shaded playground recently.
reclaimed from drug dealers whose
presence and influence many SpeedviNe
residents hope is on the wane.Ford sasd this


week that the community is watching and,
indeed, the park seems to stay clean. Part
of that is due to the fact that the community
gave the park to Bradford County. Now,
Ford said, shady characters know they can
be picked up in the park for loitering.


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farm in nearby Theressa.
The Keystone Height
farmer's market opened for th
fourth successful season las
Thursday, with 14 vendors.
Coordinator Sandy Roger
said she was pleased to not
that only three or four wer
crafts vendors this year. To
many crafts merchants was
standard complaint when th
market first opened Roger
pointed out that the market ha
always closed in the black a
the end of the year.
The Keystone Height
farmers market will be ope
each Thursday, behind city hal
from 4-7 p.m. through June o
next year.


By 6 p.m. last Friday, the
Crab Cake King had sold out
nd was packing up to leave.
Frank the baker was winding
down with only three chocolate
pies, one plate of peanut butter
cookIes and a few loaves of
bread. Rosie was still going
strong with customers lining
(Ip for squash, okra, tomatoes
and eggplant; but all her
cantaloupes was gone, even the
samples. Rhonda the goat soap
lady was back. The culinary
arts students from Keystone
Heights High School were also
on hand with jams, jellies and
the last of the hummus. New
this year is fresh farm niullet,
shrimp and catfish from a fish


Bridget Kelly and storyteller
Herb Hiller. Lake Butler's
Wayne Roberts will display
hand-crafted whips, and
Grandin's Wanda Weintrau
will show handmade saddles.
Tractor-drawn hayrides for
children and adults will
highlight the Clay ranch.
This year, PLC has


permanently preserved more
than 1,200 acres of sensitive
land for Putnam County's
future.
Tickets are $25 for adults,
$15 for children under 12.
For further information, call
(386) 336-5400 or visit www.
PutnamLandConservancy.org.


to attend.


work can also be


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s 11 *
s as "I I t's as .
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s
n October at Melrose Bay Art
l, Gallery features a .two-part
f. exhibit by Gary Some; "QILth
Edge-Adventures -in Spiritual
Realism." Borse's foctis is on
the energy and spiritual eilseirce
of the landscape..
A retrospective of works
- by Borse will be shown from
-- Saturday, Oct. 3,-througly
=: ... .
from Saturday, Oct. 16, through
sq""1". is open on
. weekends only, Saturdays 10
a.m. until 6 p.m. and Sundays
Apre ption for the artist will
rm Do n


seen at the Winter Park Autumn
Art Fest1val, Oct. 10-11 in
Orlando. His work is on the
Web at www.garyborse.
com and www.melrosebayart
gallery.com.

Putnam
COnSerVanCY
PlanS
fundraiser
The ~ Pummd Alad
,R pan th ic C
Family Ranch in Grandin on
(SatSur y, Oct. 10, hom noon
Barbecued pork or chicken,
. sweetpotatoesandbakedbeans
pre red bay RickeSta it ,wl 11


t 3iw be fe i pdes


Elaine Alsabrook


and her husband, Kenny, have
two boys, one of whom is eight
and ,the other is three years
old.
The new teacher said that
Ireaadydih Tnewpjeobph g v
child rearing and how her own
children are taught.
"Largely, it has taught
me structure and different
approaches to discipline with
my own children!" she said.
Alsabrook said that while
she hasn't, encountered
complete classroom meltdown,
yet, there are naturally times
when childhood chatter spreads
through the Jungle room -
. How does she handle it?
re"I've11eart ethatda possidG
are behaving instantly produces
better behavior from those who
are not."
be obr11 s," p peesr slips hoad
the first graders can exchan e
at the school store for pencil,
erasers, toys, candy, puzzles or
books.
She originally thought that
she would like to teach older
students, maybe eight or nine
years old.
"Now, I really love this age
group," she said. To the parents
of her students, she added,
"Thank you for this opportunity.
I want to let parents know
how much I am enjoying their
children."
She sees all of her students'
parents on a daily basis as the
children are dropped off and
picked up again at the school.
"I love (teaching,) yes," she
said. "I feel like this is where
God intended for me to be."


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Daniel T. Taylor, 38, of Starke
was driving a 2006 United
Diesel TT eastbound on 1-295
east of Phillips Highway in the
center lane. Due to wet roadway
conditions, Taylor lost control of
the vehicle, traveled through the
left lane and onto the median.
The vehicle overturned
several times; ejecting Smith, the
passenger, before coming to rest
on its roof.
Smith was pronounced dead at
the scene. Taylor was transported
to Shanks Jacksonville with
critical injuries.





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number of areas of concern
were listed, many of which were
weightrelatedincludingdiabetet;
prevention and self-management,
nutrition and personal health
responsibility. Even hunger can
be related toobesityJudy Perkins
oftheUniversityofNorthFlorida
pointed outsince those who may
not know where their next meal
is coming from may overindulge
when food is available or.make
poor quality food choices,
Other concerns included


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Accordingtothereportwritten
by FHP Trooper D. Currier III,
charges are still pending. Neither
Taylor nor Smith were wearing
seatbelts. Damage to the vehicle
was estimated at $8,000.
Hampton man critically
injured in crash
Lucian P. Bradley, 29, of
Hampton was critically injured in
a crash Sept. 30 on C.R. 1471.
Bradley was riding a Huffy
bicycle northbound on C.R.
1471 and Brenda S. Yeomans,
53, of Hawthorne was driving
a 2002 Chevrolet was traveling
northbound behind the bicycle.
According to the report written
by FHP Trooper Shannon Levy,
Yeomans entered the southbound



thental health, awareness of local
resources, the need for more
interagency communication, and
access to medical care for the
uninsured-another big issue
for the county. The 2007 needs
assessment study performed in
Bradford concluded that more
than 21 percent of the population
was uninsured, which exceeded
the state average.
Member Ross Chandler
wondered out loud what effect
the group could have on locally
on the uninsured. It's really
something government has to
take on, he concluded. Referring
to a recent town hall at which


lane in an attempt to pass the
bicycle. However, Bradley also
attempted to cross to the other
side of the road at the same time.
The bicycle crossed into the path
of the vehicle and Bradley was
struck and then hit the windshield
of the car.
He was transported to Shands
UF with critical injuries.
Damage to the vehicle was
estimated at $2,500.
1 CritlCSily 10Jured in
Alachua County crash
A Gainesville man was
critically injured on Oct. 5 on
S.R. 121 when his vehicle struck
the rear of a vehicle being driven
by Nicholas A. Watts, 29, of Lake
Butler.



everyone seemed to be opposed to
a public health option, Chandler
said its ridiculous leaders whose
health care is publicly funded
cannot stop playing politics long
enough provide health care for
all Americans.
In the end, however, the group
voted to tackle obesity with the
idea that doing so would improve
Other areas of concern as well.
Darrell O'Neal, Steve Futch
and Amy Davis were chosen
to serve as officers. Lindsey
Michaels of Well Florida Council
facilitated the meeting. She has
worked with the committee on
establishing its bylaws, structure


MarkRoche,55,ofGainesville
was driving a 2006 Meit Moped
south on S.R. 121 in Alachua
County and passed a vehicle
traveling in front of him.
Watts was driving a 2000
Honda two-door ahead of the
vehicle being passed by Roche.
According to the report written
by FHP Trooper R. Brewington,
Roche's moped struck the rear of
Watts' car, casing Roche to be
elected from the moped. Roche
'ns transported to Shands UF
with critical injuries.
Damage to the moped was
estimated at $5,000. Damage
to the car was estimated at
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and setting its mission.
WellFlorida helps develop
critically needed programs and
secure funding through grant
writing, helps assess health needs
in communities and.serves as an
umbrella for other organizations
like Healthy Start and the Rural
Health Partnership of North
Central Florida.
The Bradford County
Community Health Advisory,
Group will meet again on Oct.22
at 6:30 p.m. at the public library.
Anyone interested in getting
involved is encouraged to attend.


COR9Cti0n
Bill Schirrmacher is the
current chair of the Bradford Soil

IW reservation Distric
treasurer. We apologize for the
error.


Sheep, soat


topic of


as well.
For more information, please
contact the school at 904-966-
6795.
_ _

School board

planS SGVeral
workshops
The Bradford County School
Board has scheduled several
workshops before its next
meeting on Monday, Oct. 12. At
4:30 p.m., the board will discuss
Versatrans software and will
follow that ivith a workshop on
board policies at 5 p.m. At 6
p.m. the board will discuss its


liability insurance requirements
forcontractservices.
At 6:30 p.m. a public hearing
will be held on revisions to the

hril omnmee san la bey and
by the board's regular meeting.
All of this will take place in the
boardroom at the district offices,
501 W. Washington St. in Starke.
For more information, please call
904-966-6018.


Union Swine Assousation will be
heldOct.12at7p.m.atSouthside
Elementary.
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Guardian ad Litem needs your

helpbVol nTeer tto advocate for
neglected children in the court
system.
N l l b k d i


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Workshop
The Bradford, Union, and
Alachua County Extension
Officeswillholdasheepandgoat
management workshop from 6-8
p.m. on Oct. 13 at the Alachua
County Extension Office. ,
Sheep and goat producers will
have the opportunity to see first-
hand the basics of small ruminant
management. Topics will include
a hands-on hoof trimming
and dehorning demonstration,
pasture management and toxic
weed identification and control.
To register for this program,
contact the Bradford County
Extension Office at 904-966-.
6224 by Oct. 9. Registration is
$6 and will include all printed
materials and your'meal ticket.
The complete agenda is available
at bradford.ifas.ufl. edu.
For individuals with
disabilities requiring special
accommodations, please contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at least five working days
prior to the program in order for
proper consideration to- be given
to the request.


Library book
sale set
The second annual Bradford
County Friends of the Library
book sale will be held at the
library Wednesday-Saturday,
Oct. 14-17.
On Wednesday, all hardbacks,
VHS tapes and DVDs will be
sold for $1, and paperbacks for
50 cents. On Thursday, all items
will be half price. On Friday, all
items will be reduced again to
25 cents. Finally, on Saturday
patrons will be able to fill a bag
for $1, with the library providing
the bags.
All proceeds raised during the
book sale will be used to support
the library. Please call the library
for more information at 904-368-
3911.


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'4-H has a long history in
Florida-100 years in fact-and
it began in Bradford County.
Bradford was one of the three
original counties in Florida-
along with Alachua and
Madison-where 4-H clubs
were founded in 1909 by J.J.
Vernon, the University of
Florida's dean of agriculture.
To this day, 4-H's mission is
to create supportive
environments for diverse youth
and adults to reach their fullest


potential. Florida 4-H aspires to
be the leading youth
development program that
creates positive change in youth,
families and communities.
4- H's motto: "To make the
best better."
Those four H's stand for head,
heart, hands and health as seen
in the pledge made by every 4-H
member: "I pledge my head to
clearer thinking, my heart to
greater loyalty, my hands to
larger service, and my health to
better living. For my club, my
community, my country and my


world."
Each letter H focuses on a
different area of development.
Head-Mental Development.
Deeper knowledge and
reasoning
Heart-Emotional Develop-
ment. Developing interest,
appreciation, and wholesome
attitudes.
Hands-Skills Development.
Ability to do, skill in doing, and
habit of doing.
Health-Physical ,Develop-
ment. Understanding and
appreciating a growing and
changing body.
The four H's are also reflected
in the organization's emblem,
one of the most recognized
symbols around-a green four-
leaf clover with a white H on
each leaf. The color white
denotes purity, while green,
common in nature, represents
life, youth and springtime.
The first design was actually
a three-leaf clover, introduced
by O.H. Benson in the early
days of the program. The first
three H's represented Head,
Heart and Hands. A four-leaf
clover design appeared around
1908, although that fourth H
originally had a different
designation. Benson referred to
it as Hustle, or the readiness to
serve.
O.B. Martin is credited with
suggesting that the H's signify
Head, Heart, Hands and Health.
Approved officially in 1911, the


ers' experienes in the beaut;;ifulsuroudigs f a~mp Cherry Lake become


4-H emblem was patented in
1924, and Congress passed a
law protecting the use of the 4-H
name and emblem in 1939,
slightly revised in 1948.
See 4-H, p. 6B


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The Florida National Guard
is preparing for its largest
deployment overseas' since
World War II.
Florida's 53" Infantry
,Brigade began six weeks of
pre-mobilization training at the
Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center this week in preparation
for its deployment in JaIiuary.
Approximately 4,500 troops-
with the inclusion of the 164*
Air Defense Brigade from
Orlando-are training at Camp
Blending. It is anticipated
daytime firing-range activity
war lebe be n, while ,9:
minimally. There may be some
evening activities, but it was
not anticipated large weapons
systems will be involved,
according to recent
information supplied to the
Flonda National Guard Pubhc
Aff es OFI cr a Guard will
deploy 2,500 troops in January
to Iraq and Kuwait. These
soldiers will guard
transportation routes and
protect convoys and facilities
throughout Iraq and Kuwait as
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medical and legal processing,
aird three weeks of small-unit
combat training during which
the soldiers will practice
convoy security, detection of
explosive devices, crowd
control in a combat zone and
medical extraction simulations
among other procedures. After


Infantry Brigade is scheduled
to arrive in Kuwait late
January and stay for a year.
Of the 2,500 Guardsmen
heading to the Middle East,
approximately 1,000 will be in
Iraq on security detail and to
guard the Kuwait border.
Another 300 will be in Kuwait,
while 1,200 will be in both
countries as they guard
convoys going back and forth
across the border.
The pre-mobilization


each phase of training, all
soldiers and units are graded
based on a pass/fail
system. The brigade must pass
each phase of training to be
considered fully qualified for
deployment.
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STARRE-Myrtle Lee Bmwn,
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her residence following a brief
illness.
She. was born in Raiford on
Sept. 7, 1960. She was an LPN at
Bradford Terrace and a member of
True Vine Ministry Church of
Stake. She served in' the U.S.
Navy and attended the local
schools of Union County.
? She is survived by: her
husbandEzekielBrownofStarke;
laughter Kurtiza Browrf,
Sabquelyne Brown and Monique
Brown, all of Starke; sisters, Lillie
Mae Herman'ackah of Silver
Springs, Md., Juanita Brown of
Vemmasee, S.C., Vernestine
McClod of Tallahassee, Deloris
Sathcock of Jacksonville;
brothers. Dewitt Hathcock Jr. of
i\popka and John Hathcock of
Longwood; and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
ro\ awillde hle0d 2 p.m n
Vine Ministry Church of Starke
vith Elder Ross Chandler
conducting the services.
Interment will be held at Mt.
Olive Cemetery in Green Cove
Springs under the direction of
Haile Funeral HAme, Inc. of
Starke. Visitation will be held on
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Loulse Gallop
JACKSONVILLB-Louise
Elizabeth DuBose Gallop, 96, of
Jacksonville and formerly of
Keystone Heights, died Oct. 6,
2009, in the Regents Park of
Jacksonville Care Center
following ain extended illness.
A native of Jacksonville, Mrs.
Gallop was the daughter of the
late Alphus David and Lula,
Elizabeth Haltiwanger DuBose.
Prior to retiring, she, worked for
severg.ygars in the general
accotmting division of the city of
Jacksonville, ---She. ...enjoyed
volunteer ivork, was an active
member of the Jacksonville
Garden Club, and enjoyed
spending time playing the piano
and gardening.
Mrs. Gallop is survived by: her
son, Marshall C. (Kathy) Gallop
Jr. of Jacksonville Beach; two
grandchildren and one great- .
grandchild. She was preceded in
death by her husband, Marshall C.
G i cD nd@ a bte ra
A.D.DuBose.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Gallop will be conducted
ThursdayOct.8,at4p.m.inthe
chapel of the Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home with Dr. Roy
Martin officiating. Interment will
follow in Memorial Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at
the funeral home one hour pnor to
the service. .
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the chanty of
your cho ce.
Ann n ne- isunderamthe
Funeral Home of Lake City.

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Treasa Knepper and David Dyal
of Pensacola, David Knepper of
Cocoa Beach, Larry (Hai)
Knepper of Austin, Texas, and
Francis Knepper of Gainesville;
and his six grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
PAIDOBITUARY


Courtney .
CarlSOR
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Infant
Courtney LeAnn Carlson was
born and died ost Sept. 18, 2009,
at Stands University of Florida
Hospital in Gainesville. '
Courtney is survived by her
parents, Tim and Michele Carlson
and her big bather, Colton
Carlson, all of Keystone Heights.
She is also survived by: her
matemal grandmother, Billie
Waters of Melrose; paternal
grandparents, Tami Lanter of
Lawley and Charles Someillan of
Keystone Heights; matemal great-
grandmother, Alma Jordan of
Lake City; patemal great-
grandparents, George and Lynette
Krohn of Mt. Zion, III; several
auntsuncles and many cousins,
A graveside service for
Courtney was held on Monday,
Sept. 28, at the Keystone Heights
Cemetery with the Rev. Bill
ClaAton officiating are under the
care of8Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary COok
LAKE BUTLER-Mary
Kilpatrick Cook, 61, of New River
section of Bradford County, died
Oct. 3, 2009, at the North Florida
Regional Hospital in Gainesville
after a brief illness.
She was bom in Mobile, Ala.,
living most of her life in
$2%"to?"issum
until she retired.
She was the daughter of the late
Cleveland Kilpatrick and Mary
Lois Halford. She was of the
I)aptist faith.
She is survived by her daughter

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brother, Bobby (Margaret) Adams
randcM dison, ad Miss g to
grandson.
Funeral services were held Oct.
7 at Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. Burial will be at a later
date at Dekle Cemetery.


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Bryan Berw George Cromy
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Our family would like to George Phillip Camer, 82, ,of
extend the deepest Keystone Heights died
gratitude and 'W erdMaTeSdpd. 3 2 toth
appreciation for the love in Starke.
and support we have Mr. Cromby was a member of
received from our family, the Hope Baptist Church and was

r nat rve 2 y ab> N n or a .
lae signs posted outside daughters, Debra Griffis and
o local businesses, to Pamela Cromer all of Keystone
te truly wonderful Heights; sisters, Martha Bauers'of
articles in the lycal IPetersbSrpgnand Ma CBryant of
papers, t'o placing hands grandchildren and four great-
over hearts and saluting, grandchildren.
the respect shown to Memorial services were. held
Bryan hak been Oct. 5 in the Hope Baptist Church.
Bunal will be at a later date.
overwhelming. There are In lieu of flowers, the family
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23, 1919, in Melrose to the late
George Thomas and Mattie Joiner
Torley and was a lifelong area
resident. She was a member of
Eliam Baptist Church, retired from
the Florida Department of
Corrections as a secretary, and
also worked in Shands at the
University of Florida in the
payroll and dietary departments.
She was preceded m death by
her husband, Arthur W. Tuskey.
She is survived by: children,
Barbara Renfro of Hilliard,


Allen Methvin
STARKE-Allen Kirby Methvin,
55, of Stake, died Wednesday,
Sept. 30, 2009, at Baptist Medical
Center in Jacksonville after a brief
illness.
Mr. Methvin was born in
Macon. Ga. and moved to
Middleburg with *his family in
1966. He moved to Starke seven
years ago. He was the son of the
late Shedrick and Frances
Simmons Methvin. He was also
preceded in death by a sister'
Jenny Johnson and a brother'
Richard Methvin.
He is survived by: sons, Jason
Methvin and Jeremy Methvin'
both of Orange Park; sisters, Fran
(Tom) Gross of Starke, and Pam
(Terry) Mohan of Macon, Ga.;
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Oct.
3 at Madison Street Baptist
Church. Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler was in charge of
arrangements. In heu of flowers,
the family requests donations be
made to the Madison Street
Baptist Church Building Fund,
900 W. Madison Street, Starke,
FL 32091.


at 10 a.m. at Crosby Lake
Cemetery, S.R. 100 West, Starke,
FL 32091.
In lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made to the
Jacksonville Humane Society at
\vww.jaxhumane.org.
Arrangements are under the
care and trust of Hardage Giddens
Funeral Home.
PAIDOBITUARY

ack Porter
STARKE-Jack Wayne Porter,
75, of Starke, formerly of
Camemn W.Va., died Friday, Oct.
2, 2009, in the Haven Hospice of
Northeast Florida.
He was born March 13, 1934,
to the late Willis Herman and
Hilda Belle Blake Poner. He was
a truck driver, a coal miner at the
Ireland Mine, and a U.S. Army
Korearf War veteran. He was a
member of the American Legion
Postdl8ofCamemn.
He is survived by: his wife, G.
Kay Johnson Porter; sons, Mark,
Richard, and James (Edna), all of
Stake, and William (Gail) of
Camemn; a sister, Juanita Simonis
of Oregon; brothers, Willis of
Cameron and Rodney Paul of
sKe nd ildgrandchiladrenstehfee
great-grandchildten.
In addition to his parents, he

5ser Im nTe er o
brothers, William, Franklin and
Charles.
A memorial service will be held
Friday, Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. at the
Cameron Baptist Church, 62
SquirM Alley Ln.,-Camemn, with
Pastor Ron McCoy officiating.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Haven Hospice, 4200
3N2 O'" Blvd., Gainesville, FL

JOe Prevatt
STARKE-Joe Alan Prevatt, 44,
of Stake, passed away Monday,
Sept. 28, 2009. He was a native
andlifelong resident of Starke.
He is survived by: his mother,
Kay Starling; wife, Crystal
Prevatt; daughter, Edria McIntire;
stepchildren, Jared and Knightly
Rice, and one granddaughter.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Lester Prevatt; bather,
J.T. Prevatt; sister, Brenda Kay
Rhoden; and aunt, Martha
Coleman.
A memorial service will be held
at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10, at
Ee Church of Christ in Starke,

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He retired from Mayflower
Furniture after 45 years of service.
He was also a veteran of the
United States Army and served in
World War II.
Mr. Race was preceded in death
by his wife of 17 years, Kathleen
C. Race, a brother, Wallace Race
and sister, Lillian Race.
He is survived by: daughters,
Lynn Murray of Starke, Nancy
Gatti of Wiscasset, Maine; and his
nieces and nephews, Peggy and
Mark Sturtevant of N.Y., Roz
Watt of Daytona Beach, and Peter
Relyea of Ariz. He is also
survived by eight grandchildren,
15 great-grandchildren and 13.
great-great-grandchildren-
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Christopher .
Smith Jr *
LAWTEY-Christopher Smith
Jr.,"Raool", 21, of Lawtey, died
Oct. 5, 2009, in Duval County
following an automobile accident.
He was born in Nurburg,
Germany, on May 10, 1988. He
s titnicka rive nd d
the local schools of Bradford


County.
He is survived by: hf mother,
Clarissia Fayson of Lawley; his
father, Christopher Smith Sr. of
Homewood, Ill.; sisters. Latonya
Hernandez and Brittnee Smiley,
both of Lawley, LaTrice Watson
of Lake Butler and Camyrn Smith
of Homewood, a ll.; brothers,
Christopher J. Smith of
Homewood, Ill. and Jamie L.
Mobley Jr. of Lawtey; and a
grandmother, Rose Smith of
omewoodl J
Funeral services for Mr. Smith .
will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, ;
Oct. 10, at the Bradford High
School auditorium with Elder.
Ross Chandler conducting the
eulogy. Interment will be held in
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home ofStarke.
Visitation will be held on i
Friday, Oct. 9, at Haile Memorial
Chapel, 802 N. Oak St., Starke.
Family may visit from 1-2 p.m.
Friends may visit from 3-8 p.m.
,
Mattie Tuskey
STARKE-Mattie "Doris
Today Tuskey, 89, of Starke, died
NO i 280009 at Bradford
,
Mrs. Tuskey was born on Oct.


Billy Miles.
JACKSONVILLE-Billy F-
Miles, 80, passed peacefully on
Sept. 27, 2009, in Jacksonville.
Mr.Miles was born iIi Hollywood,
Fla. on July 26, 1929, to Earl and
Sue .Miles. He was' raised and
4ttgnded elementary school. in
Vienna, Ga. during the
Depression. His family then
moved to Starke during WWII
where he attended and graduated

d H h e
Fome and served in Morocco
during the Korean War where .he
remembered setting up a radar


& W ic heo
completion, became a laboratory
and x-ray technician. He took a
job at the newly opened Ed Fraser
Hospital in Macclenny in 1956 as
the first lab and x-ray tech at this
little hospital. In 1960 he became
the administrator of the hospital
and stayed in that capacity for the
next 20 years during which time
he obtained the certificate of need
for Baker County Nursing Home
and was one of the first NH
administrators in the state of
-Florida to obtain his nursing home
license.
Mr. Miles moved to
Jacksonville as the administrator
of Cedar Hills Nursing Center in
1980 and remained in that position
until his retirement at the young
age of 71 in 2001. He served on
the board of directors -for the
FNHA, especially those meetings
held at his facility with his famous
barbecue. Bill was a family man
and enjoyed spending time on his
yard, golfing, watching all sports
on TV and reading.
He is survived by: his living
wife of 51 years, Ann; daughter,
Christina "Tina" Miles (Vince)
Wyatt of Niceville; son William
"Billy" Miles; and grandson,
Nicholas Miles Wyatt.
Visitation took place Oct. 2
from 7-8 p.m. at Hardage Giddens
Mandarin Chapel, I1801 San Jose *
Blvd., Jacksonville. A graveside
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Willard Race
STARKE-Willard Howard
Race, 96, a six-year resident of
Stake, passed away peacefully at
home on Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.
Mr. Race was born in Albany,
N.Y. on Feb. 9, 191.3, to the late
Ernest C. Race and Alice Algeo
Race.
Mr. Race loved the greyhound
and horse races and was an avid
card player. He also enjoyed bird
watching and feeding the
squirrels. Mr. Race always
enjoyed spending time with his
family and grandchildren and
looked forward to their annual
family gathering at their cottage in
Maine which he was able to attend
for 33 years.
Mr. Race was a truck driver,
hauling furniture for many years.


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BY VIRGINIA DAUGHERTY
Monitor Staf Writer
The 4-H clubs nationwide
are groups of young people
and adults who meet on a
regular basis for fun and
learning.
Most clubs hold monthly
meetings attended by members
and parents. The members
elect officers who lead
periodic meetings. An adull
club leader advises the
officers.
Meetings usually last two
hours or less, with time equally
divided between club business,
recreation and education
programs.
The clubs are designed as an
informal, practical program for
youth. In North Central
Florida, they are part of the
Florida Cooperative Extension,
a program of the University of
Florida.
The mission of the group is
to use a learn-by-doin8
approach to enable youth to
develop the knowledge,
attitudes, and skills they need
to become competent, c2iring
and contributing citizens of the
world.


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Club Name Leader Project Meeting Day Place Time
BRADFORD COUNTY 904-966-6299
Alligator Creek Lisa Holtzendorf Horse Euphoria Stables 5:30 p.m.
Brooker 4-H Lisa Holtzendorf General 3rd Monday Lisa's House 6:30 p.m.
Clay Busters Len Eaves Advanced Shooting Sports Every Wednesday Keystone Shooting Range 3:30 p.m.
Clover Blossoms Kay Androlevich General 1st Tuesday Exension Office 4 p.m.
Green Acres Jodie Brewer & Linda Brown Swine 3rd Monday McKinny Church 6:30 p.m.
GRITS > Lisa Tatum General 2nd Thursday Starke Golf & Country 3:30 p.m.
Hidden Oaks Lloyd Webb Beef 1st Friday Extension Office- 6:30 p.m.
Hoof Beats Kim Wilson Horse 2nd Saturday Bradford Riding Club 3 p.m.
Lucky Charms Michelle Duncan Swine 3rd Monday Extension Office .6 p.m.
Northside Clovers Glenda Parrish General 2nd Monday Northside Baptist 6 p.m.
Shooting Sports Nancy Pearson Shooting 2nd Monday Bradford Sportmen's Farm 3 p.m.
Sampson City Critters Terrasa Woods General 4th Monday Extension Office 630 p.m.
Southern Roots Jill Fulgham General 2nd Friday Sampson City Church of God 4 p.m.
Country Clovers Stacie Starling General 4th Monday Lawtey NA
Outdoor Adventurers Debbie Nistler Camp Counselors Varies Exension Office 6 p.m.
Creative Clovers Kim Griffis General 3rd Friday Exension Office 6 p.m.
4-H Firecrackers Brittany Bradley General NA NA NA
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 904-284-6355
Treasure Seekers Patti Crawford General 1st Monday Trinity Baptist Church 10:30 a.m.
Achievers Lisa Roland General NA NA NA
Show Stoppers Donna Leopold Livestock 2nd Monday Cyoup Membersilouse_ 6-3(Lp.m.
Liberty Riders Clody H..:k;. Horses NA e rN a 4 NJ
UNION COUNTY 386-496-2321
Sportsman Duke Emerson & Donna Harris Outdoor Activities Varies Varies Varies
The Groves Brandy Tomlinson & Sara Owen Community Service 4th Tuesday Harmony Free Will Baptist Church 6 p.m.
Explorers Amanda Rhodes Civic Activities- 1st Wednesday Lake Butler Elementary 3 p.m.
Livestock Randy Merritt Livestock 3rd Monday First Christian Church 7 p.m.
Science Colan Coody Science Fair Projects Every Thursday Extension Office 3 p.m.


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youth. Capabic, interested
adult volunteers are always
needed to lead clubs and assist (
with activities. Orientation and 1
training is provided,
Volunteers are supported by pe,
professional staff, including -a
county 4-H agent. who is a
faculty member of the
University of Florida.
For further information on
any ofthe Lake Region clubs,
contact Stephanie Conner or
Christine Marsh at the Clay
County Extension Office,
(904) 284-6355, or visit
www.clay.ifas.ufl.edu.
In Bradford County, call
904-966-6299 and speak to
Debbie Nistler, or visit
www.bradford.ifas.ufl.edu.
In Union County, call 386-
496,2321 and speak to Colan
Coody, or visit
www.umon.ifas.ufl.edu.


ABOVE: Colan Coody (standing, second from right)
lets students try out a John Deere tractor during a
career day event at Lake Butler Middle School.
RIGHT: From livestock to the legislature, to science
and the arts, 4-H'ers learn a little, or a lot, about
everything, including playing the guitar, as Adam
Wilson is pictured doing.


4-H is for participants from
all walks of life. From farms to
city folk, there is a club for
everybody. The focus of clubs
can range from horses, to
decorating, to theater arts, to
studying the State Legislature.
Student not interested in the
categories nearby may benefit
from neighboring counties in
some cases. There is
paperwork involved, but for
the most part, extension agents
want the children to be
involved rather than observe
geographic boundaries. .
4-H clubs and their members
usually concentrate on one or
more projects like gardening,
woodworking, small animals,
food and nutrition, livestock or
photography.
To be involved in 4-H, the
.child must be between grades
of K-12. The cost in most
cases is minimal. In some
clubs there is no cost at all and
in others there is a small fee to
cover supplies.
in Florida, 4-H has been
around since 1909. This year is
the organization's centennial
birthday
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providing 4-H programs for


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BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Clay County's 4-H
Legislature program is headed
by Lake Region resident Liz
Burris.
From January to the end of
June legislature 4-H students
create and practice speeches,
while mentoring new 4-H'ers.
Students must participate in
other 4-H areas like livestock
or consumer judging, activities
they need to qualify to attend
the legislature session.
The students perform
community service projects,

putting away equipment
brought back from the polling
places.
The students hear speakers
in their meetings, from
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office ,spoke on what, a
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But the highlight of the year
is when Burris takes students
to Tallahassee for a weeklong
mao hategis1 ensess nse
bills and debate them, lobby
for the bills they introduce and
then vote. At the end of the
program, awards are handed
out.
Last year, Burris's
Legislature Program received


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Students at Lake Butler Elementary School watch as Union Co(mty 4-H program
assistant Colan Coody adds the "magic" ingredients for making butter.


Volunteers keep 4-H going

inUn lon ye at afe r year


Lexy Nordin heads to a session to lobby for her bill.


of the 4-H Explorers .program
for elementary school-aged
children. This month the
ex lorersCwillbbe E gen/
Medical Services employees
who will show the inside of a
rescue vehicle and teach the
students when to use 911
service.
In the Livestock Club with
Randy Merritt, the main focus
of the club is readying 4-H'ers
and their show animals for the
arm I BradCfo Countyd airthe
7
weekly meetingH of the sc.nence
their upcoming science : fair
projects.
Volunteers, we cannot do all
ce air th utmCuisSom Ine
than when he is on his knees to
hel a child That statement
avap just as true then as it is
now.


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During the past year, Union
County 4-H School
Enrichment programs have
continued to grow and expand
with -projects such as
environmental programs and
Florida Project Learning Tree.
Lake Butler Elementary
School was recently chosen as
one of six schools in the state
oa dHf n free et
teachers to investigate
en ironmenetal co ity and
service learning projects that
create reen and healthy
lew i ooonp nt ely with
Lake Butler Elementary
School teachers and Kimberly
Shaw of Lake Butler Middle
School, we haver added
tremendously to the overall
education of our students.
Through various hands-on
activities, classroom skills,
responsibilities and life skills
our students have been taught
to make better decisions when
it.comps (9our environment.. ._
.Daiting the pagt year, 4-H
School Enrichmenthso add d
history, science and literacy as
a major part of its extremely
diverse program. .
4-H summer programs were
a hoot! Union County 4-H'ers
along with 4-H'ers from
Hamilton County completed
the Florida. Hunter Safety


program, canoed the Suwannee
River form *Ellaville to
Dowling Park (what a day)!
HaAjI n n nionn c aker
explored Troy Springs and the
S R' In Jul 31
Uuivalui untive .ouths h an
silent t e at the 4-H Ca
Fheerr La in North Madismp
Count
OurT traditional 4-H clubs
enjoyed a year of community
les acnivit r
County Fair, cookouts and
ddi ap UI nty he
clubs are lead by adult
volunteers in the community.
E 1 h full
ti e obol u nd m ly, yet
they give freely of their time
and resources to ensure our 4-
H youth have a positive
experience.
Sportsman Club volunteers
Duke Emerson and Donna
Harris involve 4-H'ers in
outdoor activities such as
orienteering and environmental
issues. 4'l-I'ers are engaged in.
map reading and determine the
animal habitat.- <*
A'91ulgeers Braudy
Iomhnson .md -bra Owen
lead community service based
activities such as food baskets
for the needy or assistance for
the elderly such as visiting
nursing homes and singing
Christmas carols and baking
cookies,
Amanda Rhodes is in charge


the Nancy Stewart 4-H
Educational Program Award at
the annual 4-H awards
banquet.
Burris was presented the Co-
Founder's award for 2008 and
the Flonda 4-H Legislature
outstanding 4-H volunteer


Partner.
The 4-H Legislature
Program is open to youth 14 to
18 (or seniors in High School)
For further information on the
4-H Legislature program,
contact Burris at (352) 473-
4198.



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Christina
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A numbei- of volunteer
opportunities exist, and those
interested should call their 1-
extension office visit
florida4h.org onbne.
The publication of "Florida 1
H: A Century of Youth Success"
commemorates the
organization's centennial by
detailmg its history. Since the
edrly 1900s, Florida 4-H has
impacted the lives of youth
through lifelong learning'
leatlershipr skills the
development o es ohfidencK-
This 8.5-by-ll-inch hardc.ever
volume celebrates the people
and history of 4-H from the past
100 years.
Books are now available.
Purchase your copy today for
$55, plus shipping. Special
edition leather bound books are
available for $90 per book. An
online order form is available at
florida4h.org. -s-
The proceeds will fund a
Florida 4-H scholarship
endowment. .
Florida 4-H is also planning a
formal celebration of its
centennial with a gala on
Saturday, Nov. 14, at 6 p.m. at
the Embassy Suites-
Baymeadows, 9300
Baymeadows Road in
Jacksonville.
Florida 4-H will recognize


those who have impacted and


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Lakia Bright did what she
could to propel the Bradford
volleyball team to a win in the
idini it ameBofk the Cth
rallied to defeat the Tornadoes
s2202)5onl 25,5.25-21, 25-
This was Bradford's third
match to go five games, with
the Tornadoes having now lost
every one. Bradford won the
first two games of the match,
but the Wildcats then won two
straight to force a fifth game.


Bright helped put the
Tornadoes up 7-3 with three
kills and two service aces.
Four straight points by Baker
tied the game at seven-all.
nter withhthe oreak otted at
tharses1ng a cCrr Bradford
The Wildcats scored the last
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Bradford led throughout
most of the first game, though
Baker never trailed by much.
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As 4-H has grown wider, the
scope of what kids can learn and
the programs they can.
participate in has grown larger,
and continues to grow. Around
the state, 4-H'ers participate in a
wide variety of activities that
take them from farm to fair,
from stage to the state Capitol.
In 4-H, kidFlears by doing.
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Activities inclinde public
speaking, ho@es, computers,
rocketry, theater arts, show dog
training, fashion design and
construction, environmental
education, and much more,
Whatever the activity clubs are
almost universally involved in
community service.
While extension offices have
been around nearly as long as 4-
H clubs and play an important
role in supporting those clubs
and providing other important
services to their counties, 4-H
wouldn't be possible without the
assistance of an untold number
of volunteers who lead clubs,
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across the ocean to form a new
colony and a new way of life.
Performances will be held at
th6 First United Methodist
egoven sFqdk 00daN,
Nov. 20-21, at 7:30 p.m. and
Sunday, Nov. 22, at; 4 p.m.
Donation prices are $15 for
adults, $12 for senior citizens
(55-up) and $10 for children
(12-under). Group rates are
available.
' For reservations and ticket
sales, or for more information,
visit the box office at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke, call (352)
226-4082 or send e-mail to
Irct09@embarqmail.com. All
tickets must be purchased and
picked up prior to performance
dates.


COrn maze
Open in
Bradford Co.
Bradford County has its first
Corn maze, which is 5 acres
with sections for young
children and older, more
adventurous wanderers.
The maze is open Monday-
Saturday through Nov. 30
from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. It is
located 3 miles north of the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
on U.S. 301. (Look for the
black and yellow sign.) -A $2
donation at the gate is
requested to benefit either the
Bradford County 4-H
Foundation or the county's
Master Garriener's program.


please call Hampton House
Child Care Inc. at (352) 468-
ag).

Local theater
to present
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Tickets go on sale Monday,
Oct. 12, for- the Lake Region
Community Theater's
production of Jack Stella's
"Once Upon a Villagg," a
musical pageant that covers thd
early years of' this country's
forefathers and how their
belief in God brought them


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Wa o onor
H h bl
fight against
.
CYStic fibrosis
A walk in memory of Lynne
Waters Hannah is scheduled
for Saturday, Oct. 17, in
Hampton at 9 a.m., following
registration at 8 a.m. The walk
is set to start at Hampton
House Child Care Inc., with
the route still to be determined.
All donations will be given
to the Adult Cystic Fibrosis
Center of Jacksonville, which
helps adults with cystic
fibrosis and their families
during hospital stays.
Hannah, who died in~ late


March, was the director of
Hampton House Child Care
ene.co.,s years.sne was won
known in the community and
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disorder that is usually fatal,
affecting both the lungs and
pancreas. People with cystic
fibrosis tend to have serious
breathing problems and lung
disease. It is usually diagnosed
at a young age and can create
problems with nutrition,
digestion, growth and
development.
At present, cystic fibrosis is
incurable, but there are hopes
for a future cure.
For more information,


Bryson Hudson

BrySOn Hudson
Adam and Christi Hudson of
Stake announce the birth of
their son Bryson Cole
Hudson, on Aug. 25, 2009 in
Gainesville
Bryson weighed 7 pounds
13 ounces and measured 20


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Stake and Chester Hudson of
Chiefland. Paternal great-
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Aiden Waters
Kenneth Waters and Megan
Szeinan of Starke announce
the birth of their son, Aiden
Joseph Waters, on Sept. 4,
2009 in Gainesville.
Aiden weighed 8 pounds, I
ounce and measured 20 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Richard Szeman and Robin
Szeman of Jacksonville and
Teresa Szeman of Middleburg.
Matergeat-grandparents
a mL dtia ValleDaof Canadae
Jacksonville, Constance and
David Horton of Green Cove
Springs and Lori and David
LaGrua of Clearwater.
Paternal grandparents are
Kenneth Waters and Mary
Waters of Starke. *

Karsan Lane
Ga7i f S eaannndou =
birth of their son, Karsan
Damian Lane, on Sept. 28,
2009 in Gainesville.
Maternal. grandparents are
Linda and Mariozi Gatlin of
Stake, Paternal grandparents
are Donna and Mike McElroy

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27-16
the Raiders to punt from their
own 10.
Backup fullback Ike Carter
and the Tornado offense,4 sure up the Homecoming
defeat, punishing the Santa Fe
defense for more than six
minutes on a drive capped by
Carter's 8-yard touchdown run
off right tackle. Up eleven
points, 27-16, with less than a
minute to play, Bradford's
bench prepared for a festive
homecoming of its own.
Clark, who was 7-of-11,
received high praise from his
teammates after the game.
"I loved his play tonight,"
Harris said. "His timing was
perfect. All I tried to do was
run perfect routes and get out
of my breaks."
Speaking about the speed of
the game, Clark said, "I had
butterflies on the first play, but
after that the game slowed
down beautifully. I have
played with these guys since
middle school. They know the
thing I do well and the things I
don't do so well."



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Spears each shot a 41 as the
Bradford boys' golf team
remained undefeated on the
season, topping both Branford
arid Ridgeview Oct. I in
Stake.
Bradford had a team score of
172 to inipidv8 (0' 9-0. '
Branford was second at 186,
while Ridgeview had a score
of 192.


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homecoming, wi
down sneak to make the score
16-14 in favor of the Raiders.
It would be the last score of
,r'~ the night for the homecoming
team. The Tornadoes wasted
no time in answering with a
scoring drive, using just two
minutes of, the clock. The
major damage was. done by
Williams. He took a handoff
from Clark and blasted through
the Santa Fe line for an
f untouched, 45-yard, go-ahead
4 touchdown.
,- Williams, who rushed for
105 yards on 16 carries,
described the scoring play after
the game.
"It was '35 down,'" he said.
"All the offensive line blocks
down. All I saw was a big
hole." .
Clark's pass on the ensuing
two-point conversion was
incomplete, leaving Bradford
up 20-16.
The Raiders offense
imploded on its answering
drive. The dnve, which began
is just misses out on a at the Santa Fe 21-yard line,
conversion attempt. qu ilt tioP nalsi samro "'

n ndb o

two minutes left m the third
period, the Tornadoes lined up
in punt formation. The snap SR-230 E (2 miles eas
came in too low for Cubbedge
and he was swallowed up at
his own 28-yard line. a
Santa Fe, aided by a pass-
interference call, managed to g ,
move the ball to the Toritado
1-yard line at the start of the 0811
final period. Snead twisted his
way to a score oil a fourth-


Tremaine "B.B." Harris.
d b
Cll-hir is oriteproa et th
night, would keep the drive
alive a few plays later on a 19-
yard reception on fourth-and-7.
Williams capped the drive with
a 9-yard touchdown burst up
the middle. Tyler Cubbedge's
PAT was good for a7-0 lead.
The Raiders" answer came
in the form of a 43-yard circus
catch by down to the Bradford
10. Bradford's defense held
with Marcus Ardley stuffing a
third
running play for al s aklers
led b J.aCovi ton, ivin '
up just 3 yards on fourth down,
forcing a turnover on downs at
the 4-yard line.
A major miscue, though'
th the sn don a fopr7s
Cubbedge scrambling to scoop
P the ball on the first play of
pun ngthe tisecond peeioBtadf rrdeald3
t ketmeadbeal th g t
back of the end zone, giving




Quarterback Frank Snead
showed off his legs and his
arm, scrambling 17 yards on a
fourth-and-1 play imd capping
the drive with a raindrop pass
on second-and-goal from the
14.to Lane Presnell for a 9-7
Santa Fe lead. __ --------
Bradford, with 7:55 left in
the half, took over on its own
20. The drive would go the
distance, featuring four third-


B Y SHERMAN ROSS
Special to the Telegrap/r
The Bradford football team
ruined homecoming for Santa
Fe Friday, Oct. 1, lighting ul5
the scoreboard to take home a
27-16 victory.
in a game where momentum
and the lead changed
throughout, it was the error-
free, balanced offensive effort
of the Tornadoes that was the
deciding factor. After last
week's lost to district foe
1'aylor County, head coach
Steve Hoard said Bradford (2-
3) would go back to the
drawing board. That board
must have been covered from
edge to edge, but somewhere
on it was the decision to start
third-string quarterback John
Clark. All the junior did was
a convert long, third downs,
throw for more yards (118)
than this season's previous
games combined and take
advantage of his opportunity.
The Tornadoes received the
b t Raa er ( )d,2


he th

Donnelle Williams, countered
with an eight-man front that
briefly stalled the drive. On
third-and-10 Clark took a
three-step drop, looked right
and pulled the trigger. Well,
squeezed the trigger (as they
teach at the shooting' range) is a
better description of his style
of play. He is no loose cannon.
The result was a gain -of 16
yards on the catch-and-run by


TigerS Suffer
big loss at .
hands of
New be rr Y
BY CLIFF SlifELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Host Newberry scored the
first 32 points of the Same en
route to handing the Union
County football team a 52-20
loss on Oct. 2.
The Tigers (3-2) got solid
performances from wide
receiver Quentin Johnson, who
had 10 catches for 167 yards
and one touchdown, arid
quarterback Chris Alexander,
who was 21-of-38 for 267
yards and two touchdowns.
(Alexander also had a rushing
touched .) Holvev usUnir:
rushing and did not get on the
scoreboardas (in e thPan
defeated the Tigers for the
fourth straight year.
Newberry (2-2) scored four
touchdowns in the first half.
Three came on runs by Bons
( 5 ya sr s) Ya d
Demetrius Debose (11 yards),
while Enoch added a
touchdown pass of 28 yards to
Chris Gill rd. 32-0 before
Alexander scored for the
Tigers on a 23-yard run.
Newberry, however, answered
with two touchdowns on a 4-
yard run by Enoch aind a 60-
yard punt return by Caleb
Robinson.
Alexander threw tivo
touchdown passes of 57 yards
to Johnson and 26 yards to
Kendall Wright to cap the
scoUin n hosts district
opponent Bradford Friday,
Oct. 9, at 7:30 p.mte: Sta,

a mt ces edentedot elr
coverage of this game.


Bradford's Tremaine Harr
catch on a two-point c

m

Tornadoes up 14-9 yvith 1:01
left in the half.
"They changed their strategy
and started havmg .their best
(defensive back) follow me all
over the field," Harris said.
Williams intercepted a
Snead pass with 3.2 seconds in
the half to end any chances of
a late score.
Bradford's offense struggled
in the third quarter. The


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Spears, a senior, has posted
the team's lone score in every
mot'"aks ar. H sa ni
season, with a low of 37
against Union County Sept. 8
and against Union and
Madison County on Sept. 24.
Norman, a sophomore, is
averagii1g 44.8, followed by
sophomore Kyle Davis (45.2),
senior Gary Jones (48.5),
Junior Nick Johnson (4818),
sophomore Chase Lee (54.5),
sophomore Tyler Yowell
(62.8) and freshman Dustin
Swain (68).
Against Branford and
Ridgeview, Davis finished at
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indians return
to football .
field Friday *
The Keystone Heights
varsity football team, after a
bye week, returits to action
Friday, Oct.9,at7:30 p.m.In a
home game agaiiast district
opponent Ocala Tnmty
Catholic.
Trinity (3-2) is coming off
of two straight wins, including
list week's '44-7 dismantling
of South Sumter. That
followed a 31-7 district win
over Newberry.
The Celtics' only Toiises
have come against -Clast?'4A
Gainesville, which is 4-1 and
ranked ninth in the state, and
fellow Cass 2B team Tampa


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will be conducting driver's
license 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,
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Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177'" St., S.R. 231,
C,.R. 235, SW75'" St.
Union County-C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R.231.

-Starke man

charged for
WitnOSS
retaliation
Ike Norman Bradford, 40, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 29 by
Stake Police Department
Officer :Ricky Crews for two
cotints of aggravated assault
nta ar al iapon and one
witness.
According to the report,
Bradfdrd allegedly contacted
the victim at a local
convenience store and
attempted to start an
altercation. The victim is a
witness m several cases
involving pending charges
agamst Bradford.
- The victim left the
convenience store, but
Bradford allegedly drove past .
him later and pointed a gun out
the window of the vehicle,
yelling racial slurs.
Bradford also allegedly went
to the home of the victim and
pointed a gun out the window
fthe clarthaetirthem ct h idr
as the family stood in their
rd
fro 2daford was arrested and
booked into the- Bradford
County Jail.,Bond was set at
$300,000. He remained in jail
asofpresstime.

SUB TED
affOStS
h
Cal namne GainP2 ngf
Savilitiath;" (ic, aggi arretre"d'
Sept 75EbyBWBTED. ThV
Bradford, Union, Starke
Taskforce for Eradicating
Drugs.
Gains was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute, possession
of ammunition by a convicted
felon, possession of a
controlled stibstance
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession
f 1 th 20 f
oanna s (m ijuana)grams o
According to Capt. Braid
Smith of the Bradford County
Sheriff'sonOfficea 1 en

ifuninodf sajpe t dd powder
baGs fssuls1 ted andna gital .
scale and clear plastic Ziploc
bags in his pocket.
rou dpst. ofS mu id n seven
found in one of Gains'
pockets. A background check
was conducted and authorities
found that Gains was a
co tt It said Gains was
d of I h
sui ec tent t tra li r e
cocaine to a subject in Starke.
Total bond was set at '
$67,000 and Gains remained in
jail as of press time.


of Jack a Uk was arrested
Sept. ? in licadford County
Ir 2n 0 and ag
was set n $10000 und he
remoned in jail as of press
tune.
Kenneth Lainar Jenkins, 37,
of Stacks was arrested Sept. 24
by SPD officers for non-
suppon. I he charge may be
purged by pa ing $2,700. He
remained in ail as of press
time.
Mark le w ne K mg, 38, of
Covington. Ienu, was arrested
Sept. 24 by UChu deputies for
being a fugitive from justice.
lie was held on no bond anti
ivas turned over f or out-of -
state extradition on Sept 20.

Colin Kely Parrisher 65. of
Ikandon was a rested Sept. 24
by HPD oilian on an out of
county wanual. Rond was set
at $2,000 and he was released
on ball 91


controlled substance.
Mikki Covert 33 of
stone He2 as sd
assau it
Shawn Lindemuth, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. I by CCSO deputies for
contempt of court-child
support.
Amber R nes, 28 of
Keystone Heig is was arrested
Oct. 5 by CCSO deputies for
being a habitual traffic
offender
.
June Yvette Watson, 41, of
Hawthorne .was arrested in
Bradford County Sept. 21 fol
non-support. She purged the
Zhar3ge on Sept. 26 by paying
Sean Matthew Wells, 20, of
Stake was arrested in
Bradford County Sept. 21 on
three out-of-county warrants.
He was turned over to the
other county on Sept. 24.
Monte Allen Austin, 24, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 21 by
Stake Police Department
(SPD) officers for sexual
battery, simple battery and
resisting an officer without
$1o71ence. Tota onds le e
on bond Sept. 22.
William Lewis Henderson,
61, of Lawtey was arrested
Sept. 21 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
disorderly intoxication,
trespassing and resisting an
officer without violence. Total
. bond was set at $6,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time
Virginia Wright Wanton, 39,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 21
by SPD officers for grand theft
and dealing in stolen property.
Total bond was set at $10,000
and she remained injail as of
press time.
Jamar '.Howard, 18, of
Clearwater was arrested Sept.
21 by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers for
having no valid driver's
license. He was released on
cash bond of $500 Sept. 21.
Robbie E. Reid, 24,,of
Stake was arrested Sept. 22 by
Bradford County Sheriff s


Office (BCSO) deputies on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
"esdetoater o0,t0h oanedr
on Sept. 23,
Stacey Michelle Harvey, 18,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 22
by SPD officers on an out-of-
dounty warrant. She was
..turned over to the other county
on Sept 23.
a
Robert A. Thomas, 21, or
Stake was arrested Sept. 22 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Sept. 23.
Maxie Steven Williams, 21,
of Jacksonville was ari-ested
Sept. 23 in Bradford County
for failure to appear in court on
bail for an original felony
charge. Bond was set at
$20,000 and he was released
onbondSept.23.
-
Charles Eugene Smith, 47


Burgess and Brinson were
charged with battery.
R eewa of caojb la"
an injunction against repeated
violence. Ridgeway was
required by the injunction to
leave the area when Burgess
was present and she did not.
Bond for Ridgeway was set
at $15,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 30.
Bond information was not
available for Burgess or
Brinson.
Arresting officers were
Deputies Leslie Crews and
Carl Hanlon.



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Bradford
*
Clay or Union
.
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
Bar dfenforcem tn officersCI
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Thomas Lee Stokes, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 4 by
Union County Sheriff's Office
f rCrS2ti t
violence. Deputy Shane
allegedly found Stokes sitting
in the passenger seat of a car
that was running, but was
parked on the side of the road.
Deputy Shane made
repeated attempts to get Stokes
to exit the car, but he refused
and refused to show Deputy
Shane any identification.
Dwight Delano Parker, 34,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 30 by UCSO Deputy
John Gootee for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. '
Henry Jackson, 21,.of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 3 by
UCSO Deputy Shane for
battery after he allegedly threw
the victim to the ground,
pushed her into the wall and
slapped her in the face. -
Rodney Puckett, 49, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 30 by
Clay county sheriff's Office
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Stake man

charged.
drugs, assault
Charles Jackson Jr., 50, of
Stare was arrested Sept.26 by
Stake Police Department
Officer Paul King and faces an
array of charges including
aggravated assault, battery,
child abuse and drug
possession.
According to the report
written by Officer King, the
victim came to the police
department and reported that
Jackson had struck her in the
head multiple times before
leaving the room and returning
with a black handgun.
Jackson then allegedly
repeatedly hit the victim on the
head with the gun while the
victim was carryso, an 's-
month-old child. He also
allegedly pointed the gun at
the victim and the child and
grado Gm idn
climb out the window and
esca e
Wphen Officer King
responded to the residence, the
victim also pointed out a metal
nahien r line n nd
white substance that field
tested positive for cocaine. A
search of the residence
revealed a black .380 caliber
pemi-automatic pistol
concealed on a shelf under
some clothing.
Jackson admitted to arguing
with the victim, but denied
striking her. He also denied
ownership of the gun and
drugs.
Jackson was charged with
aggravated assault, simple
battery, child abuse,
possession of a weapon by a
convicted felon, possession of
ammunition by a convicted
felon, possession of more than
bshrams of and contr I
(
imprisonmen .
$6TO% a Mhe r asead
on bond Sept. 28.

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Three Unign County women
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arrested followmg tlie
altercation that allegedly
involved unarmed fightmg,
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revoked. Bond was set .at
$1,000 and he was released on

bo r a Annette Mincer, 50,

ct.Gainesvi D 6 arrested
disorderly intolxi0cation. dBond
e ai d n jail as prese
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ofM lwOas re edR3,ctPi
by SPD officers for aggravated
assault. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he was released
on bond Oct. 3.
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. Oct. 3 by SPD officers on an
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Alphonso Covington, 49, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 3 by
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Total bond was set at $20,000
and he remailied in jail as of
press time.


John Edward Taylor, 40, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 3 by

p neput es forb lilute to
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t me.
Timothy Allen Fugatte, 33,
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olat CS $fr 0 n
remained in jail as of press
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I y dep ti fdai u
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an r ginnalcounmsosdemean
char e. Bond was set at $4,000
a)nd e was released on bond
Terry Francis Paul, 31, of
Stake 1/vas arrested Oct. 3 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Oct. 4.


remained in jail as of press .
time.

El arrest ct?21 Bt k
deputy le edgrand t it.oHn
recognizance Oct. 1.
Wayne Guetti, 67, of Lake
City was arrested Oct. I by

ral mpi aergae
Bond was set at $4,000.and he
remained in jail as of press
time

Adrian Shelton Mosely, 37'
of Stake was arrested Oct. I
by BCSO deputies for criminal
mischief. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remalised in jail
as of press time.
Glenda Fay Richardson, 35,
of New Smyrna was arrested
Oct. 2 .by SPD officers for
breach of the peace and
trespassing. Total bond was set
at $2,000 and she remained in
jail as o press time.
. Shawn Danrion Warren, 29,
ef Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 2 by BCSO deputies for'
petit theft, burglary, forgery
and uttering a forged
instrument. Total bond was set
at $21,900 and he remained in
ja as o press time.
Lisa Marie Lutz, 48, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of a controlled substance and

p ronnalia. To I bond
set at $16,000 and she was
d b d
release on on Oct.3.
Herman Floyd Crews, 58, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for grand theft.
H 1 d h
recogn zar %et.26n as own
'
Barbara Ann Dey, 53, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
apMe et atc Con ail eBond
releasedootondOct.2.
Johnny C. Gunter, 36, was
arrested Oct. 2 by FHP
troopers for driving while
license is suspended or


failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
7:nn har0 1 anT that
g ined in jail as of press
Chad Eric Boatwright, 32, of
wtePyDwas arrest rS 2
while license is suspended or

d h2e wBonddwasesletoat $500
ep .
Willie T. Coleman, 20, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 27
by BCSO deputies for grand
theft, burglary of an
unoccupied structure and
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling. Total bond was set at
$15,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Robin Suzatine Black, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 28 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation. She was
being held on no bond.
Cindy Marie Flint, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
28 in Bradford County for
failure to appear in. court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor, charge. Bond
was set at $4,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 28-
Johnathan Mikell Nelson'
24, of Orange Park was
arrested Sept. 28 by SPD
officers on an out-of-county
warrant. Cash bond was set at
$167 and he was -released on
bond Sept. 28.
Latrice Orlean Watson, 20,
of .Lake Butler was arrested
Sept.28.byUCSOdeputieson
two out-of-county warrants.
Total bond was set at $6,000
and she was released on. bond
Sept. 30.
. David Michael Parrott, 26,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 28
by SPD officers for simple
battery, Bond -was set at
,0d0 antd2he was released on
Joshua A. Sumner, 23, of
StarkeivaisarrestedSept.28by
HPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. He was being
held onno bond.
Stephanie Elaine Starling,
38, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 29 by BCSO deputies on
an out-of-county warrant. She
was released on her own
recognizance Sept. 29.
Lattimore Williams, 20, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 29 by
SPD officers for two counts of
petit theft. Total bond was set
af$1,000 nd he was refeiisecl
on bond Sept. 29.
Dinner Hamilton Strong, 52,
of Lawtey was arrested Sept.


29 by BCSO deputies for
possession of more than 20
nunceofedsang noro
w oultievioleen es asnpdendr mg

rSev ed. Tdots bond wals s ead
on bond Sept. 30.
Kristy Ann Sauls, 26, of
K st tf r

g
offender. Bond was set at
$2,500 and she was released
on bond Oct. 2.
Maurice H: Fisher, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
30 by LPD officers for being a
habitual traffic offender. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Andres Antonio Cuka, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept.
30 by HPD officers for drivmg
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Sept. 30.
Willie James Perry, 26, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 30 by
. BCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he was released.
on bond Sept. 30.
Steven Andrew Nugent, 26,
of Hampton was arrested Sept.
30 by BCSO deputies for
dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Oct. 1.
Joshua Randell Hayes, 19,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 30
bySPDofficersforpossession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis. He was released on
his own reco nizance Sept. 30.
Andrea Michelle Bradley'
24, of Waldo was arrested Oct.
1 by SPD officers for retail
theft. Bond was set~at $1,000
and she was released on bond
Oct. 1,
Mark Tolin, 27, of
Macclenny was arrested Oct. 1
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court on bail for
an original felony charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he


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MS. CORBETT who had a
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Stake, call Virginia C. Im-
portant, 352-284-0440.
42 Motor ,
Vehicles &
ACC9880fl98
2008 KawasaklVulcannice
ride. V-twin. Only asking
pay off of $5,200.Call
904-769-6674 or 904.
964-6387.

43 RV'aand
campers
GEORGIA BOY 2006cruise-
master RV w/Ford V10
gasengine.LessthanSK
miles, fully loaded. Asking
AnK non At Starke KOA'


25 ACRES IN PROV
DENCE on CR 241. $5K
ari acre. Call 380-755-
0927.

47 Commercial
Property
NEW PROFESSIONALOF-
FI6ES at 417 West Call
Streetforlease.idealfor
Medical, legal, account
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
andtaxesorall4offices
for$290eachplusutilities
an xes' to Call 352-275-
531doday for a walk
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE'
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
Arkl3ra o Ind r
h b Smith & Smith.
R Ity, 4-964-9222.
48 Homes for
Sale
EXPERIENCETHECHARM
& HISTORY of down-
town Starke by owning a


DOLLAR ON A DEED can
get you a 2010 4BR/2B4
for only $380 per month.
Call 904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
fa3 R7/2 mo
forfree.Only$36,900,Call
904-7834619.
ZONE IIDOUBilt WIDEap.
prox. 1700 sq. ft. $1.500
,down.only$275/mo.CaI(
904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4BR/2BA, will move for
free, only $46,900, Gall
904-783-4619.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3
to 4 bedrooms to fit ur
budget. Call 904-773-
4619torinformation.
NO MONEY DOWN new
USDA Govemment prio.
s Min. $ 2 02m n
Call904-783-4619
Re t tON nHEitnTib
financing. Remodeled
2BR/18A, on big lot With
bigtrees,$39,000. Own
er352-473-5745.


BR/38A, 2-story home
on Historic Wainut St.
Home has been remod-
eled and has 2900 sq. ft..
high ceilings, new carpet,
fiftilebflo>riIa
deck. $165,000, soiler
is motivated & willing to
negotiated Dont miss out
on the first time home
buyers tax credit. Call
904-887-8451.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Stare, $55,500, Call
352-745-0009.
CUSTOM HOMG BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson
Construction Co., Inc.
dhe 1 Cl
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
B lo2m532 00003344,
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. -4BR/2BA, new
metairoofnewelectrical,
plumbing, A/C, floorIrig
& Cabinets. 660 Epper-


son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
NEW 3BR/29A HOME un-
der .construction. Clay
county av dr easd.3 2ll
258-4187.tfn 48
8BR/2BA i472 SQ FT.492
acre. Blocklbrick garage,
no central heat or air,
two window up..s, ghs
heat.6matiocation.close
to schools and town,
$145,000. Call Tamara
* t 352-473-5157 or 352.
a .
258-3744.
49 Mobile
Holneafor Sale
RENT TO OWN 2/2 MH Iow
down, no banks, Lake
er. Call 904-382-

2 1 mBA B
DOU 3 E 20103BR/
2 rwm n a
783-4019


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under the age of 18 living
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tody of children undbr
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertisingforrealestate
which is in violation of
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are y rme
all dwellings advertised
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I Lost/Found
I Animdis & Pets
5 YardSales
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5 Wanted
5 Tradd or Swap
F For Sale
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40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's&Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out ofArea
C anm cid Proeperty
48 HomesforSale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50-For Rent


63 Love Lines
64 Business Op rtunity
65 Help Want/
66 InvestinentO nortunity
67 Hunting Lan for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
Self ora coods
73 rm uipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


Call904-537-0997.
45 Land for Sale
5 WOtODEDniACRESnity .
on S.R. 100. Homes or
mobile homes. Owner
financing availa e.$995
down payments $325
month. 386-365-8765.


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Recent
affeSts in
Bradford,

Clay Or Union
Eddie Allen tidentleld, 49,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 24
by SdP30ff cornsa $n5

Tina Marie w aggins, 35, of
Lawte was arrested Sept. 24
by F orida Highway Patrol
troopers for being a habitual
traffic offender. Bond was set
at $5,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 26.

ofSo an ames Benner s2e7d
Sept. 25 by SPD officers -on
two out-of-county. warrants.
He was turned over to the
other county on Sept. 28.
Stephen Wade Crews, 18, of
Lawtey.was arrested Sept. 25
by BCSO deputies for
aggravated battery. Bond was
set at $15,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Travis T. DeSue, 20, of
Stake was arrested Sept. 25 by
SPD officers on two counts of
being a fugitive from justice.
He was being held on no bond
to await extradition to another
state.

32 mbe Bu rMwaD n
Sept. 25 by SPD officers on an
out-of-county warrant. Cash
bond was set at $549 and she
was turned over to the other
county on Sept. 28.
Randys Scott Wethy, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
25 by HPD officers on an out
fo-county warrant. Cash bond
was set at $356 and he was
releasedonbondSept.25.
Steven Page, 20, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 25 by
BCSOdeputiesentwocounts
of failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance Sept.211.
Bi-ittany Leigh Hipps, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 25 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court on
fo I
m demea For c arge.ors unad
was set at $5,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 25.
Georgia Yevette Franklin'
44, of Starke was Artested\
Sept. 25 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 25.

stK thlan neMSan 520 f
BCSO deputies for simple
battery. Bond was set at
$1, OdTedpt. .was released

Kerry Lamb, 23, of Starke
w'as arrested. Sept. 25 by
BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 26.
Robert John Rigby, 23, of
Middleburg was arrested Sept.
26 by Game and Fish
Commission officers on three
out-of-county warrants and for


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With 10% DOWN
Keystone Heights, FL
4 Bed 2 Full Bath on 5 acres
Renov o a Home.
New Roof. Hardwood Floors.
Out Buildenced/Elect
StateMa\ anedRo
A" Schools
352-473-0230
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Walk to Schools, grocery, drugstore. Close to everything!
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COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
brand new microfiber
suede set. Still in pack.
age with warranty. Stain
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59 Personal
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nings, nights and week
ends. Call 904-364
6591.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE*
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam'
aged wood & sills. Level'
Ig & Ing ou9e
& a nt.7re ti.
mat anny (Buddy)
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BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titlest Will pick
anywhere. Upto$125.
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BRd at C
is now taking applica-
tions for a full time insti-
tutional cook. Experience
required. Must be sincere
& dependable. Apply in
person at 808 -S. Colley
Rd., Starke, FL. 32091,
904-964-6220, D FWP,
EOE.
71 Farm
Equipment
ROT TILLER 5 horse,
Troybilt, like new, $350.
Call352-473-2442.


n mor tees t
FR S ce A & 10th.

c e e
wishing wells, lawn mow-
er, new lawn sprinkler
pump 1.5 HP

BI AO9S1A0
from Gam til noork Plenty
ofeverythingclotheslin-
ens, books, toys, kitchen
wares, crafts, electron-
ice. Dollar bag day, Sat.
Community Church of
KeystoneHeights(behind
Ace Hardware). ,

57 For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillow top
mattress and box spring
with manufactures war*
p sjBC8annddneewest
yo4r 200. Call 352-372-
3PIECE LANERECLINER
home set. fricludes 2
walihuggerreclinersand
middle Console for stor-
age.Reclinershavedrink
holders! Like new condi.
tion. Fabric Material is
tan/wheat. Asking $1,000.
Call352-468-2860.

E)ED-OUEEN orthopediC
Pillow top mattress and
a ti w
Call 352-372-8588.
BEBDR Mc rTryq eecni
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2nightstandschestavail-
able, dovetail construc-
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MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE clothing, house.
wares, exercise equip.
n120
wood Plape, Starke.
GIGANTIC YARD SALEl
Sam til 2pm. Sat. Oct
10th. Pleasant Grove
17810 NW 59th Ave '
Stake. Sal ment'
home interim ,eTtihping al)
sizes. Other household
goods, you must see!
SAT OCT 10th. 11049 SW
92th St. in Grahamb Furd
ni ure, to s, name ran
anadn IUlt cloth
notscomeanseel8amtil
YARD SALE FRL & SAT.
8amtil71805RaifordRd.
Misc items, microwave. 2
pair of ladies boots size
g-
4 FAMILY SALE KINGS-
LEY Lake area. Sam til
? Sat. onlyl Johnston off
230. Wood bumping stove,
scrubs, children's items.
household goods.
BIG TI SALE Frixo ly
Christmas decorations
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and ch r nddmTsh
mntkeleftonto8CR225
go 1 mile on right.
53 B Keystone
Yard SaleS
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Danny Clark at -545-
5241 for free estimate,
on cARE OPENING IN

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hour to PR
& FirstAidecortified. Call
386-495-106$
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THANK YOU ST JUDE for
prayers answered, ~
S.S.
65 Hel Wanted
.CAREGIVE / CNA and or
a yre expenenou wo.k.ng
witholderlyordisabledcil-
ents. 2/3daysperweek.
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porqh, CH/A quiet area,
r am nm plu d .
3 s 3 bA

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th Call904-284-
per mon 05-8287

D e00stp
everything, including
furniturewasher, dryer
and CHIA. Call 352-473
3669.
UNFURNISHED 2BR/1BA
framed house, fronts US
301 in Highland. 1 to 2
people. $500 per month
Vlith a $300 deposit. Call
904-289-7876.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
28A DW fireplace, new
sidebysidearefengeHator
w emm deposit.
HOallE3L52-R MS FOR
. RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax.
To see the rooms, go
to the Managers apart-
ment on Wainut Street*
across from Post Office
at Magnolia Hotel, or cal
904-964-4303-
51 Lost/Found
LOST SHELTIEDin at
125& Truman e 81

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the Office Shop in Starke
II StosOnly "a75,
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SA4 50NC r90 day th, ,'
Stake. From 8am til ?
Clothes, furniture, and
SAo m mtilHou
hold items, home interior,
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BU%lHOs &ericee


School boys' and girls' cross
country teams to second-place
finishes at the Bradford
Invitational, which was held
Sept. 29 at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
Thompson and Rodgers each
finished third and had times of
21:23 and 23:13, respectively.
Bradford had 68 points to
finish behind Oakleaf in the
boys' team standings, while
the girls' team had 45 points to
finish behind Lake City. Lake
City's girls' team had 24
points, while Oakleaf and
Williston had 51 and 75 points.
Oakleaf's boys' team had 28
points, while Cedar Key and
Williston had 87 and 88 points:
Boys' results: Zachary Davis
(fifth place, 22:18), Evan
Coleman (15th, 24:29, PR),
Wyatt Griner (25'", 26:13),
DeQuan Pace (32"", 28:34),
Elijah Jeffery (33 28:55,
PR), Alet Harden (35"', 29:01),
Jason Griffis (41"', 31:51, PR),
Trent Clemons (42na, 33:56,
PR), Juwan Crum (43' ,
35:32), Sebastian Curtner (49th
Cody Varnes (50'"
Girls' results: Amanda Hall
(fifth, 23:20), Deanna Jordan
(ll ", 25:14, PR), Tiana
ield(2 228TO442)), Raocnh
McCormick (23' 29:28), Erin
Phinney (35'", 33:48), Lauren
Williams (38'", 35:53) and
Destiny Trentham (39t*, 36:34,
PR).




Continued from page 8B

43, followed by Johnson at 47.
The Tornadoes opened the
season Sept.8 by defeating
Union- County 170-205, with
Norman, Davis and Jones
following Spears with scores
of 43, 44 and 46. On Sept. 10,
Bradford played its first road
match, Defeating -'Branford
195-198. Spears shot a 41,
followed by Norman (49),
Johnson (52) and Davis (53).
In the team's first tri-match
of the season, Bradford had a
team score of 172 to defeat
Chiefland (193) and Union
(197) on Sept. 14 in Starke.
Spears shot a 41, while Davis
and Norman each shot 43.
Jones finished at 45.
Spears came close to
matching his season low
against Suwannee, finishing at
38 in a 175-195 win Sept. 15
in Live Oak. Davis finished at
45, followed by Johnson and
Norman at 46 each.
On Sept. 24, the Tornadoes
had a team score of 174 to


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Emily Schaol posted a Sept. 29 at the Starke Golf and
in favor third-place finish to help the CountryClub.
with Keystone Heights girls' team Kayla Garlo led the girls'
Jenkins phice second out of four teams team, finishing fourth with a
y Baker at the second annual Keystone time of 25:32. The Tornadoes
but the Heights H{gh School Cross had a team score of 23 to
o away. Country Irivitational, which finish ahead of Fort White (41)
ing 24- was held Oct. 3. and Williston (56).
t finally The Indians had 76 points, The rest of the girls' results
finishing behind Clay, which are as .follows: Nicole Miller
s not so had 60 points. (fifth place, 26:15), Rachel
a si Schaol had a time of 22:58, Baler (seventh, 27:50), Hannah
nts with followed by teammates Ricker (eighth, 28:09) and
serymg- Ochessa Hall (14t*, 24:43), Grace Dennison (ninth, 28:15,
, while Mandy Frazier (18'", 25:47), PR), Taylor McCormick (22" ,
as the Liz Wheeler (19t*, 25:57) and 38:42)-
8 lead. KaylaSheffield(22na,26:14). On the boys' side, Bradford
points Keystone's boys team had runners finish in second,
serving placed third out of five third and fourth place to top
ins had schools, but Nathan Buchanan the four-team field with a
, while topped all runners with a time score of 33. Fort White had 60
ll. of 16:44 as Keystone finished points, followed by Cedar Key
ermined with a team score of 77. Clay (61) and Williston (74).
ore the had46pointsandTrinity64. Boys' results: Andy Merrill
when Other Keystone boys' (second, 18:18), Johnathan
a 24-14 results: Brandon Gambill (15'", Johns (third, 19:55) and
ack and 20:22), Luis Rodriguez (16'", Rowdy Rensberger (fourth,
like a 20:28), Josh Jimmeson (22nd, 20:14, PR), lan Waters (eighth,
Jackson 21:02), Tyler Greenhaw (23", 20:31, PR), John GillenwaterS
with a 21:11), Dustin Corbitt (42nd th, 22:02), David Weeks
rnadoes 25:05), TJ.. .Chirico (43"', (19'", 24:10), Thomas Nguyen
25:05) qnd Andrew Rowe (22nd, 24:41), Dustin Corbitt
into a (44*, 27:37). (24'", 24:46), Nicholas
gaine, Bradford's Andy Merrill Hernandez (27*, 25:24) and
t. They finished fourth among the Scott Thomas (30'", 27:02,
game, boys' runners with a time of PR).
s with 18:14, which tied his PR imd
uple of helped Bradford finish fourth
one by in the team standings with a B MS teams
radford score of 111. A 4**5 a
t the Other Bradford boys' $$CI I LO
could results: Rowdy Rensberger
swho (19'",20:33),lanWaters(26*, Secondat
21:34), David Weeks (28' ,
in the 21:55, PR), Thomas Nguyen home meet
ildcats (34th, 22:20) and John .
up 18- Gillenwaters (35th, 22:21). Marcus Thompson and
trailed Kayla Garlo earned a top-10 Autumn Rodgers each
ord did finish for the Bradford girls' recorded a personal record in
team, placing 10th with a PR of leading the Bradford Middle


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24:18. She was followed by
Nicole Miller (12thb 24:21),
Christina Jordan (16' 24:55),
Hannah Ricker (25"' 26:34,
PR), Rachel Baier (26'', 26:38,
PR), Grace Dennison (30"',
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Bradford finished fourth in
the team standings with a score
of 107
Amanda Hall placed first
with a personal record of23:03
as Bradford topped Oakleaf in
the girls' middle school
portion of the race.
Bradford had 14 points to
Oakleaf's 33.
Bradford girls' results:
Autumn Rodgers (third,
25:05), Deanna Jordan (fourth,
25:37), Tiana Sheffield (sixth,
26:29) Kaylen Chitty
(seventh, 26:38, PR), Rachel
Ricker (eighth, 26:42, PR),
Ronda McCormick (ninth,
27:30 PR) and Lauren
Williams (18th, 35:29, PR).
On the boys' side, Bradford
got a third-place finish from
Zachary Davis, finishing third
tdf three teams with a score
Davis had a PR of 21:38
followed by Wyatt Griner'
(14th 23:49, PR), Nicholas
Hea an ma8th 228t5427:p
Juwan Crum (31s' 28:44, PR)
Scott Thostras (32nd 28:56) and
Sebastian Curtner (39th, 35:27,
PR)
Keystone had three in the
race: Eli Dahlman (26"',
27:04), Logan Evans (376
31:44) and Clayton Hill (40m'
37:08)

Bradford High
teams win


Tornadoes' season
already memorable
despite recent loSS
One win was all Bradford
experienced last year. Things
bre going much better for the
Tornadoes this year as they
had a 6-3 record (not including
tournament play) going into
this past Tuesday's match with
Interlachen.
However the season ends,
the future looks bright as the
varsity team is composed of
just one senior.
"We have a very young team
with a lot of athletic ability,"
head coach Tara Tomhnson
said.
Two of the team's big
contributors are
underclassmen. La'Quisha
Williams is a junior who is the
team's leader in saves and a
"phenomenal" player,
Tomlinson said. Lakia Bright
is the go-to player for kills,
Tomlinson said, adding that
she is an "MVP kind of
player," despite the fact she's
jusBr i host Keystone
Heights Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 6
p.m. The Tornadoes then travel
to Lake Butler Wednesday,
c5 310 .t play Union County
Those who plan to attend the
Union County match are
encouraged to wear pink as a
show of support of the fight
against breast cancer. The
match is part of the Dig.Pink
National Breast Cancer
Awareness Rally, with a
portion of the admission costs
going to the Side-Out
Foundadonr r acsh cmi:::
rch
resea '


defeat Union (190) and
Madison (194). Spears' 37 led
the way, with Davis shooting a
43 and Johnson and Norman
each shooting a 47..

UC HS
VOileyball
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team tO dig
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pr
breast cancer
Union County's Wednesday,
Oct. 14, varsity volleyball
game against Bradford will be
part of the Dig Pink National
Breast Cancer Awareness
Rally, which thousands of high
school and college teams
throughout the country will
participate in,
Many special events, such as
survivor recognition, are
planned prior to, during and
after the match, which is


scheduled to begin at
approximately 5:30 p.m.
following a junior varsity
match at 4 p.m. Attendees are
encouraged to wear something
pink
Admission is $5 for adults
and $3 for students, with a
portion of the proceeds going
to the Side-Out Foundation, a
nonprofit organization that
raises funds for breast cancer
research through volleyball
tournaments, clinics and
rallies.
For more information
please e-mail Trudy Andiews
at AndrewsT@union.kl2.fl.us
or call her at (352) 494-4602.
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Keystone
b "
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tO 8-1 in aolf
BY CLIFF SMELLY
h Write
Telegraph Staff r
Keystone Heights suffered
just its first loss this season in
boys' golf in a match with
Bishop Snyder and Clay Sept.
29 at the Magnolia Point Golf
and Country Club.
The Indians' Kyler Tate was
the medalist with a score of 39,
but Bishop Snyder edged
Keystone by two strokes, 187-
189. (Clay had a score of 206.)
Stephen Kennedy had a 45
average, followed by Michael
Brown (51), Adam Tabler (54)
and Parker Dykes (54).
' Keystone (8-1) opened the
season at home agamst
Suwarmee, defeating the
Bulldogs l94-213. Tate led the
way with a score of 39,
followed by Kennedy (47),
Dykes (54) and Brown (54).
K ston g tT38roadm atcihn
defeating Hilliard 197-211 on
Sept. 15. Brown had a score of
48, followed by Grant Bostick
(54)aandhCol n3SM helle D kes
and Kennedy each shot a 45 In
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and Bostick each had a score
of 50.
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(b47)PB s ck a d) dleBmwen
shot a 50.
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Sept. 28, Tate shot a 36 as the
Indians won 184-214.
Kennedy shot a 46, followed
by Brown (50) and Tabler
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Wildcats would not g
Baker held serve trail
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gave Bradford the win.
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Ashley Johnson
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