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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke, Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Thousands of letters have been
mailed to Bradford County property
owners regarding changes in flood
maps that could impact their insurance
or development plans. .
According to a press release from the
Suwannee River Water Management
Districttheprocess has involved setting
flood elevations for areas in the county
that are at risk for flooding. The maps
will show some new areas considered to
be at high risk of flooding while other
parcels are now designated as low- to
moderate risk.
The new data. will also determine
. which property owners are required


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Bradford High School Homecoming King and Queen Jonathan Beat and KaItlyn Luke were crowned at
Tornado Whirl last Thursday night. For much more on homecoming week, see inside.



Some want to opt out of uniform requirement


Stay.ieformed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keap in touch. Express yourself. Know ypur community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (904) 964-6305 Fax (904) 964-8628 6 89076 63869 2


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.Commissioners expressed concern
that even media attention and personal
mailings wouldn't be enough to notify
all those affected. They were quick to
point out these are not changes driven
by the county but by the Federal
Emergency Management Agency.
FEMA's goal -is to modernize
outdated flood map information,
and it is working with the Suwannee
River Water Management District to
accomplish this goal.
The county is.Joining with FEMA
and the water management district to
host an open house early next month.
This will give the public a chance to
view the new flood maps and comment
on the changes.
See FLOOD page 12A


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A 13-year-old juvenile was
arrested recently by Starke Police
Department officers after he
broke into a Starke home Oct. 10
and attempted to sexually batter
the resident.
According to SPD Capt.
Barry Warren, the Juvenile is
being charged with burglary,
attempted sexual battery and
false imprisonment.
The 13-year-old allegedly
knocked on the door of residence
at approximately 6:30 p.m. on
Oct. 10. The residence was
occupied by a 25-year-old
female. The juvenile allegedly
spoke to the resident at the front
door and then walked around to
the rear door and gained entry to
the home.
Capt. Warren said the victim
stated that once inside, the
juvenile choked her and struck
her and then attempted to sexually
batter her. The victim fought
back and was able to prevent the
sexual battery. The juvenile then
fled from the residence.

$ee BATTERY page 12A

.
9 burglaries

SOIved with

affeSt
A series of nine burglaries was
solved Oct. 13 with the arrest of
Christopher Wayne Hildebran,
19, of Graham.
According to Capt. Brad Smith
of the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office, Hildebran was already
a suspect in the Graham area

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Office deputy, driving a truck
reported stolen in one of the
burglaries.
Hildebran stopped the. truck
and fled the scene before he
could be arrested, but a juvenile
passenger in the truck was
apprehended. The juvenile
provided information that led
to the positive identification of
Hildebran as the driver, said
Capt. Smith.
Learning he had been
identified, Hildebran turned
himself in to the Alachua
County Sheriff's Office and
was transferred to the Bradford
County Jail on Oct. 13.
According to Investigator
Kevin Mueller, Hildebran has
been tied to the burlgaries of
nine different residences. He
allegedly stole the truck and three
dirt bikes from the residences, ais
well as two.22-caliber riflesone

See BURGLARY page 12A


event, according to the district. The
information is used to determine how
high a home must be built in relation to
those levels.
Buildings where flood elevations havi
changed could be subject to different
buildingrequirementsif improvements
are made to those.properties.
"There will probably be a substantial
amount of questions and concerns,"
County Manager Brad Carter said as
he was briefing county commissioners
on the process last week. He said he
knew commissioners would want every
affected person in the county notified,
so staff has taken that step. -


to purchase flood insurance. It could
also affect homeowners' insurance
premiums.
"This means that some people will
not be required to maintain flood
insurance, while others will," said
KevinWrightofthewatermanagement
district.''It may also result in higher or
lower insurance premiums."
In the first phase of the project,
elevations were set for Lake Sampson,
Lake Crosby and Lake Rowell.Changes
have been made to 3,300 parcels in all,
or 20 percent of Bradford County.
Flood elevations show the leveb
water could rise during a flooding.


Pu mp kin
Escape returns
this Halloween
The Great Pumpkin Escape
wiff take place in downtown
Stake on Halloween night,
Saturday, Oct. 31, from 5-9 p.m.
Organized as a safer alternative
to trick or treating by the
AD wn Bu ine Cornni
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
itractivities.
:The Great Pumpkin Escape
features games, contests,
entertainment, food and, of
course, lots of free candy! Some
of the most popular events
include the Crash and Bash held
by Bradford Salvage and Parts
and the fire departments in
Heilbron Springs and Theressa.
Smash a car for $1. .
There will be live music by
Lock, Stock and Barrel and
guests, and many contests and
prizes. This includes prizes for
pumpkin carving, costumes, pet
costumes and dancing.
The new and improved haunted
house is sponsored by Williams
Jewelry and Katie Site's Clip and
Dip. Admission is just $2 for ages
12 and up, $1 for 12 and under.
Street vendors will have
food on sale, and downtown
restaurants Chrissy's Olde
Fashioned Meeting House,
Mamma Mia's and Whale Tales
will all be open.
Free.candy for children will be
given away from 6-8 p.m.
Proceeds from the event
prodde scholarships in
memoff'of-teloved downtown
businesswoman Nadmi .Herres,
twho helped start the Pumlikin
Escape. These scholarships are
offered to high school students
who have volunteered in putting
on the event and complete an
essay on the importance of
volunteerism.
DBCA is seeking corporate
sponsors to help support the
t.Alisonese laredonations
y, toys, gi
Nftificates, etc. Contributions
can be mailed to DBCA, P.O.
Box 1027, Starke, FL 32091, or
contact Lee Spades at 904-966-
1150, Norma Donn at 904-964-
5582, or Connie Stocker at 904-
806-4191.
The event is sponsored by
DBCA, the city of Starke, Wal-
Mart, DuPont, the band Lock,
Stock and Barrel, Davis Exprelis

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Lawtey
Halloween

Party Oct. 31
The Lawtey Recreation
Department is up to its old
"tricks" again, well "tricks and
treats" that is! On Saturday,
Oct. 31, the Lawtey Recreation
Department will be hosting its
annual Halloween Party.
The event will run from 6- 9
Braband willr beThddbat atum
games, a costume contest as well
as prizes and, of course, candy.
Hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks
will be on sale.
Bring the family down for a
night of safe, Halloween fun!


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD


him to make choices about clothing that
is appropriate, you are restricting his
ability to make these moral choices,"
Vendenheim said.
As a special needs student, she
said he is being denied "inclusionary
opportunities in the least restrictive
environment" because of his choice of
school attire.
"He is being denied these services
because I am teaching him to think for
himself, to self-advocate and to stand as
an individual," she saidadding that she
is also teaching him that children have
rights, too.
. Vendenheim said the school board
is forcing a political ideology on her
family. Still, she did not ask that the
uniform requirement be abandoned-
just that families be given the ability to
opt out. Doing.so would show respect
for her rights as a parent and her child's
individuality and ability to make moral
choices, she said.
Analber parent .joined the call for an
opt-out policy. *


Tammy Holland-Barber used
visual aids to make her point in the
form of two "Wolverine" T-shirts she
purchased for two of her sons, one who
is in middle school and one who is not.
Though in middle school and required
to wear a uniform to school, her older
boy still wanted one of the cartoon
T-shirts, which put her in the position
of saying no and only purchasing what*
was allowed to be worn to school, or
buying both.
Having to buy two sets of clothing
for middle-schoolers undercuts the
argument that the school uniform policy
saves parents money, she said.
"I'm telling you that it does not save
me money, it's restricting my child's
desires, his freedoms, and it does not
sit welbwith me as a parent," Holland-
Barber said.
She .said she understands there are
parents who support the uniforms, but
sheaskedtheboardtoconsideranopt-out

- Sep UNIFORMS page 12A


A small group of parents once again
disagreedabouttheuniformrequirement
at Bradford Middle School during the
Oct. 12 school board meeting;
Michelle Vendenheim said she
had the right to make decisions about
the care, custody and control of her
children.
"I have the right to. determine what
is in the best interests of my children "
she said, including directing their moral
and spiritual training.
She said not only are her fundamental
parental rights being limited, the
uniform requirement is negatively
impacting her child's education.
She said she is trying to teach her
child about diversity, tolerance and
acceptance, and just as he is learning to
respect others' choices, his own choices
should be respected. .
"I believe the uniforM policy teaches
blind obedience. By refusing to allow


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Flood map revisions could affect many


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NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION
OF TAX ROLL

PURSUANT TO SECTION 193.122,
FLORIDA STATUTES, JlMMY ALVAREZ,
PROPERTY APPRAISER FOR
BRADFQRD COUNTY, HEREBY GIVES
NOTICE THAT THE 2009. TAX ROLLS
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY WERE
CERTIFIED TO THE TAX COLI ECTOR
ON TH E 14TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2()09,
FOR THE COLLECTION OF TAXES.

JlMMY ALVAREZ
PROPERTY APPRAISER


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For More Information Please Contact:
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Stake (904) 964-7732 Lake Butler (386) 496-3211
"Prevent...Promote...Protect"


8WtSY fall
eStiVal COming
ap Oct 24
The annual qFall Festival at
Lalytey Community School will
take place Saturday, Oct. 24,
from 4-8 p.m.
coiemiesfavalde ndfea}< esta
dr (1 er[ < {stvi ca On. O
houses. a train ride, bingo, a
cakewalk and much more.
Smoked and fried mullet
dinners will be on sale, and there
will be smoked chicken dinners
as well. '
For more information, please
contact the school at 904-966-
6795.


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/[ has been 15 years since you left us to go to your heavenly
home. Not a day passes without us thinking of what a
wonderful mother you were to us, and how much love you
g8V6 US all of your life here on earth. Time passes so fast, and
,
If Seems as though it was yesterday you slipped away from
us. As long as we live we will never forget what you taught us,
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you". We
have tried to live by what you taught us.
We miss your hugs and kisses so much!

Your loving children,
Doy/e & Mary Ne//, Bea & Vernon, and Ralph & Pam


has a group of eager
developing leaders 1 he
are more than willing to
accept the challenges of
leadership.

Boot Camp held
On Sept. 24-25,
the (R'HS .IROTC
conducted its annual
boot camp at Camp
lilanding.
At thiseventthecader
leaders were allolveti
to plan command
and control all of the
activities. This year,
all cadets who attended
the camp spent most
lith rdissic on CamC
assault training course.
The course consisted of
a 75-foot rappel tower
and rock-climbing wall.
and a very challenging
obstacle course. This
was the first time most
of the cadets had ever
embarked on such
challenges.
"This cent goes a
long way in helping


participated in the
JROTC Annual
invitational Drill
Meet held at St.
Augustine High
School. For the
second consecutive
year, the (ICHS
JROTC brought
home five trophies.
The high school's
JROTC I)rill 'feam
won trophies in
these physical
events: tug of war*
duffle bag shuttle,
physical training
test, dizzy Izzy, and
klackerboard relay.
you r j atea7,
but they are all very
sharp and should
continue to compete
well m upcoming
events," said Col.
Kevin Steverson."I
am especially proud
of the teamwork
our drill team
demonstrated in St.
Augustine-
Ste person
naded that this


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ABOVE: Cadet
of the Camp
Award recipient
Katie Sheppard.
BELOW: Cadet of
the Camp Award
recipient John
Johnson.


Members of the Union County JROTC squad during the unarmed


cade(s improve
their self-
confidence and
team av ork ."
said ('ol. Kevin
Steverson.
Each year at
boat camp. One


male and one female student
is chosen to receive the Cadet
of the Camp Award. The award
is available for cadets who do
not already hold a leadership
position. This year's Cadet of
the ( amp Award recipients
were ('ndct Katic ShcPlused


(freshnitin) and Cadet John
Johnson (sophomore). Also
recognized were three cadets
who successfully made it to
the top of the very challenging
rock climbing wall: Ricky
Mc(iloughlan. Antwon inningsg
and Steve Rollins.


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of his wife. Other evidence
inmentes sels was not the case.
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meeting on Monday, No\. 9. at
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9 a.m.Ihe meetings willtake
place at the count on office
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Te// uls your story--


School board
meets Oct. 27
asste:::
Oct. 27, at 1:30 p.m. in the
district office meeting room,
actueduat 55 SW 6 St. in

Learn about
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UC S fifSt
murder tria
Oct. 26
on Monday. Oct. 26, at
7 p.m., the Union ("m)sinty
Hisitorical Socie disj pay
Reiman is he present a review
held in Union ('ouniv. The
presentation \\ill take (Ince uI
the historical museum building,
located at 410 W. Main St. in
Lake 13utler. Incidentalli. this
building i phe 1,t;ry same pince
,\\here the synty 1,nso sp.,Jei
dial.ci 1mak in..un extkspinee
in 1927. -
Records indicate Brown
killed a man for cussing in front


near the front porch of
the residence. He further
alleged that his 15-year-old
stepbrotherthenpickedupa2-
by-4boardwithaprotruding
nail head and swung it at the
victim, striking him on the
left side of his back.
Atter a verbal altercation,
the victim stated he then
walked to a relative's house
for safe haven. Deputy
Hanlon stated that the victim
appeared to have a mark on
his back consistent with that
of a 2-by-4 board along will'
a shallow puncture wound.
The juvenile suspect was
later contacted at his school
and transported to the Union
County, Jail where he was
.bargpd with a felony compt;,
of aggray.ated battery with a
deadly weapon for his assault
on his stepbrother.


BY TERESA STON E


OnOct.1,atapproximately
9 p.m., Union County
Sheriff s Office Deputy
Carl Hanlon responded to a
dRa e io nee call at a
In his report of the incident,
Hanlon stated that a 16-year-
old male juvenile. victim
had returned home from a
Boy Scout meeting when his
stepfather allegedly began
verbally reprimanding him
after hearing that his stepson
had been seen smoking at
school-
The victim alleged that
he tried to walk away, hTre
his stepfather puen'ipled 7
restrain him, causing the
victim to fall to the ground


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with


Trunk or Treat

Come join us at First Baptist Church
on October 29th for a great time of family fun!!
From 6:00 pm 8:00 pm we'll have carnival booths wl prizes, train ride, hayride, horse rides, inflatable slide,
inflatable bouncers, hotdogs, nachos & cheese, slushies, popcorn, cotton candy, & more!
For more info call (386) 496-3704
195 E Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054

FREE FREE FREE
ALL Rides! ALL Games! ALL Food!
Come one, come ALL!


UC JROTC big winners at drill meet


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of a curve concave to the East and
having a radius of 5762.65 feet, a
chord distance of 142.35 feet to an
iron stake for point of beginning.
Frompointofbeginningthusdescribed,
continue in a Southwesterly direction
along said Westerly boundary and
alohg said arc of curve, a chord
distance of 174.37 feet to a point,
said chord having a bearing of South
31 degrees 0 minutes West, run
thence South 88 degrees 39 minutes
30 seconds West, a distance of 229
feet to an iron stake; run thence North
2 degrees 0 minutes 40 seconds
West, a distance of 147.66 feet to a
point; run thence North 88 de rees
43 minutes East, a distance o 324
feet to point of beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT any. part of
subject lands lying within the right
of way of U.S. 301 as described in
that certain Final Judgment recorded
in minutes Circuit Court Book 13,
Page 465, et seq., public records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
DATED this 15* day of, October,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk Circuit Court
ByLisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the Court's
disability coordinator at (904)966-
6280. If hearing or voice g impaired,
contact (TDD (800)955-8771 via
Florida Relay S stem.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO. 04-2008-CA-245
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff.
vs.
JOHN E. LESTER, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated October
12, 2009 and entered in Case No.
04-2008-CA-245 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
is the Plaintiff and JOHN E. LESTER;
KARISMA LESTER; RIVER ROAD
PLANTATION ASSOCIATION, INC.;
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STAKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:OOAM, on the
12th day of November, 2009, "the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Ju ment:
DESCRIPTION LO 36 A PARCEL
OF LAND CONTAINING 2.54
ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AND
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
21, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCIAL BEING
, SHOWN AS PARCEL 36 ON A
MAP PREPARED BY PATRICK B.
WELCH & ASSOCIATES, INC. AND
RECORDED IN MISC. MA BOOK 1,
PAGE 1 OF THE PUBLIC CORDS
OF 'SAID COUNTY, AL O BEING
DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCEATANIRONRODSET
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 21 AND AUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 18 MINUTES AND
55 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF,
57.31 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE SOUTH 83 DEGREES 49
MINUTES AND 27 SECONDS WEST
345.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 1)0
DEGREES 32 MINUTES AND 37
SECONDS WEST, 926.49 FEET TO
A SET IRON ROD FOR THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
32 MINUTES AND 37 SECONDS
WEST, 312.64 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD SET -ON THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST
1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 06 MINUTES


AND 03 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
355.62 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 32
MINUTES AND 37 SECONDS EAST
310 43 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
27 MINUTES AND 23 SECONDS
EAST, 355.61 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. RESERVING
THERE ROM AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITIES
OVER THE WESTERLY 30,00
FEET OF THE NORTHERLY 50.00
FEET THEREOF ALSO BEING
CONVEYED WITH A RIGHT OF
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER ALE
ROADS SHOWN ON AFORESAID
MAP RECORDED ON PAGE 1 OF
MISC. MAP BOOK 1.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO.
A/K/A 23151 NW 33RD PLACE,
LAWTEY, FL 32058
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty 160) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on October 15, 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa.Brannon
Deputy Clerk
if you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance,
Please contact the Clerk of the Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDAGENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:04-2006-CA-511
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
PLAINT IFF
VS.
YOLANDA CLARK; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF YOLANDA
CLARK 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 ; WHETI-jER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES.
HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS: BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
RE- NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated October 13, 2009 entered in
Civil Case No. 04-2006-CA-511 of
the Circuit Court of the 8'" Judicial
Circuit in and for BRADFORD County,
STARKE, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
LOBBY OF THE COURTHOUSE of
the BRADFORD County Courthouse,
954 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE.
S TARKE, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on
the. 19th day pf, November. 2009
thb" fdildvWh c(eedribed propqrty
as sit forth said Slammary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOTSSIX(6)ANDSEVEN(7),BLOCK
TWO (2) OF LIVINGSTON, TRUBY
AND COMPANY'S ADDITION TO
STARE. AS PER PLAT RECORDED
IN DEED BOOK J. PAGE 232 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUN' Y. FLORIDA.(CU.NC)
Any person claiming 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 60 days afterthe sale
Dated this 15'" day of October. 2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Robin Gay
DeputyClerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION


at the BRADFORD Count
Courthouse at, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via Florid
Relay Service.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BC
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Bradford County Affordabb
Housing Advisory Committee will hold
a meeting Tuesday October 27, 2000
beginning at 3:30 pm at the Bradford
County Public Library located at 450,
West Pratt Street, Starke, Florida
Contact Angela Cooper at (904)966
6388 with questions.
10/22 1tchg-BGT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE
.BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
. REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORID.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations
objections, recommendations ana
cornments concerning a special
exception, as described below, will be
heard by the Board of Adlustrnent of
Bradford County, Florida, at a pubk
heanng on November 2, 2009 at 6:01
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter cyn be heard, in the Counts
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, County Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke
Florida..
SE-09-7, a petition by Floyd F
Marking & Clinton F Mims JR. as
agents for Rayonier Timberlaha
to request a Special Exception be
granted as provided for in Section
4.5.5 (12) of the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations to
allow for solid waste facilities to be
located on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 10
Township 5 South, Range 22 East
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly? described as
follows:
Commence at a nail and disk located
at the Southeast corner of Said
Section 13 and run North 01 degree
43 minutes 04 seconds West, along
the Easterly boundary thereof, 49.37
feet to a concrete monument set on
the Northerly boundary of the right of
way of County Road 125 for the Point
of Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described run South 88 degrees
42 minutes 53 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 936.52 feet
to a set concrete monument; thence
North 01 degree 42 minutes 44
seconds West, 2563.42 feet to a set
concrete monument; thence North 35
degrees20minutesl4secondsWest.
1065.35 feet to concrete monument
set on the Easterly boundary of the
right of way of Jacksonville Electnc
Authority (330'wide); thence North 05
degrees 32 minutes57 seconds East
along said Easterly boundary, 746.01
feet to a set.cpncrete monument,
thence North 88 degrees 42 minutes
S3 seconds East, parallel with said
Northerly boundary, 1432.23 feet to
a concrete monument set on said
Easterly boundary of Section 13
thence South 01 degree 42 minutes
10 seconds East, along said Easterly
boundary. 1574.74 feet to a concrete
monument foubd at the % Section
corner on said Easterly boundary
2612.10feettothePointofBeginnine
Containing 105.21 acres, more or
less:
The public.hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
thatthedatetimeandplaceofany
continuation of the public hearing
shall be ahnounced durin the
public hearing and that no urther
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds.six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced pubbc
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing
all interested parties may appear 10
be heard with respect to the special
exception
Copies of the special- exception
application are available for public
inspection at.the Office of the Director
of Zonin, Planning, and Building
County courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing


Disabilities Act, if you are a person
with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Rm. 137, Starke, FI 32091,
Phone No. (904)966-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice or pleading; if you are hearing
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
995-8770 (V} (Via Florida Relay
Services).
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-269
DIVISION:
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
FINANCE, INC., etc,
Plaintiff
vs.
BRYAN M. WALDORF, et al.
Defendants *
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO
SECTION 45.031(1). FLORIDA
STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant
to the Final Judgment entered on
October 12, 2009, in Case No. 04-
2009-CA-269 of the Circuit Court,
Bradford County, Florida, in which
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance,
Inc., etc., is Plaintiff and Bryan M.
Waldorf, et al. are the defendants, the
Clerk of this Court will sell at public
sale the following described real
property:
Lots 37 and 38, RIVER BEND
ESTATES, an unrecorded subdivision
of Lands in Section 19, 20 and 30,
Township 7 S, Range 21 E, Bradford
County, Florida, per Misc. Map Book
1, Page 7 .
Together with 2001 Redman
Industries, Inc., doublewide mobile
home with VIN #11437601A and
11437601B .
The sale will be held on November 12,
2009 at 11:00 a.m. to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at thh front steps
to the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Ave., Starke,
Florida in accordance with Section
45.031 of the Florida Statutes.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Dated this 15'" day of October, 2009
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF SAID COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8'" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No. 04-2009-CA-000154
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS
TRUSTEEFORSAXONASSET
SECURITIES TRUST 2007-2,
Plaintiff.
vs.
TERRYRATLIFFet.al.,
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order or Final Judgment entered
in Case No. 04-2009-CA-000154 of
the Circuit Court of the 8TH Judicial
Circuit in and for BRADFORD County,
Florida, ivherein. DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY. AS
TRUSTEE FOR SAXON ASSET
SECURITIES TRUST 2007-2,
Plaintiff, and. RATLIFF. TERRY,
et. al., are Defendants, I will sell to
the highest bidder for cash at The
Bradford county Courthouse located
at 945 N TEMPLE AVENUE STAKE;
FL 32091, at the hour of 11:00 a.m.
on the 19'" day of November, 2009.
the following described property:
EXHIBIT "A"
A parcel of land lying in the Northeast
% of Southeast % of Section 6,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida, and being
more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at the intersection of the
NortherlyboundaryofsaidNortheast
W of Southeast % and the Westerly
boundary of the right of way of
State Road 200 and thence run in a
Southwesterly direction along said
Westerly boundary and along the arc


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Ecortornic Council, Inc. Outreach
A SG LLE Officy, industrial Park, 104-4 LM
Gaines Blvd, Starke, Florida 32091.
Please mark envelope "Sealed Bid
for Name of Homeowner". Bids to be
opened and awarded Friday, October
30. 2009 at 12:30 p.m.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
OAD F RDB R ... Inc. has the right to reject any and all
bIds. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
PUBLIC AUCTION 10/22 itchgeBCT
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Facility Act Statutes (Section 83:801, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
83.809). Allen's Attic Mini Storage EiGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
\hill hold a public auction on Friday, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
October 30, 2009, at 11:00 a.m.; at FLORIDA
527 S. Water Street, Starke..Florigh QASE NO:04-2009-CA-451
The following storage units containing NEIL;HARROW and SHARON
personal items will be auctioned off to HARROW,.
tid highest bidder. Plaintiffs,
Unit #11/19: M. Rhue vs.
Unit #18: S. White ESTATE OF PAUL DENNIS
Unit #22: N. Brewer .PENNEL; STATE OF FLORIDA
I;Jnit #28: 1,Inknown DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS
10/15 2tchg 10/22-BOT REGULATIONS DIVISION OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND ,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC NEARING TOBACCOS-STATE OF FLORIDA
the Bradford County School Board will DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE;
Bold a Public Hearing ort November and CHEERS PUB, INC., a Florida
17, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. to present corporation,
Updated Board Policies. Immediately Defendants.
following the Public Hearing, there NOTICE OFSALE
will be a Special Board Meeting to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
approve the Policies presentedduring, accordance with the .Final Summary
the Public Hearing. Judgment of Foreclosure dated
10/15 5tchg 11/12-BOT Qctober 12, 2009, in the above-styled
cause, I, as said Clerk of the Court,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE will offer for sale and sell at public
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sale to- the highest and best bidder
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, for cash at the Bradford County
FLQRIDACIVILACTIQN Courthouselocatedat945NTemple
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-Q00501. Ave;;.Starke, FL 38091, this 17th day
DIVISION: of November, 2009 at 11:00 a.m., the
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA following:1.iquor LIcense Number 14-
Plaintiff, 00034 Series 3CPS.
yp. Dated: October 15, 2009 ,
WESLEA HARREL1,., et al, Ray Norman
Defendantss. Clerk of the Circuit Court
NOTICE OF ACTION Bradford County, Florida
TO: BILLY HARRELL By: Lisa Brannon
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 610 E Deputy Clerk
WALDEN STREET, LA FOLLETTE, if you are a person with a disability
TN37766 - who-needs.any accommodation in
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN order to participate in this proceeding,
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, the provisions of certain, assistance,
ANDAGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMED Persons with a disability who need
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) any accommodation in order to
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE participate should call Jan Phillips,
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAIQ ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
UNKNOWN ,PARTIES MAY CLAIM Cobsthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, Gainesville, FL $2601 at (352) 337-
IbEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER 6237, within TWO (2) working days of
$LAIMANTS ., your receipt of this notice; if you are
14AST KNOWN ADDRESS: nearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
UNKNOWN if you are voice impaired, call (800)
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN 955-8770,
. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to 10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
floreclose a mortgage on the following
property in BRADFORD. County,; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Elorida: THE8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
A PARCEL OF LAND LYiNG IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
(HE. NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE FLORIDA
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION CASE NO.04-2009-CA-229
14, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE WACHQVIA BANK, NATIONAL.
1 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, ASSOCIATION
. ELORIDA; SAID PARCEL -BEING PIalittiff.
MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBSD ve.
AS FOLLOWS: LARRY E: TOMLINSON A/K/A
COMMENCE ON THE NORTHWEST LARRY
CORNER OF SAID NORTHWEST TOlidLINSONETAL
1/4 OF NORTHWEST 1/4 AND RAN Defendants.
NORTH 88 DEGREES 37 MINUTES ;jeQTICE QF SALE PURSUANT
09 SECONDS EAST, ALONG TO ORAPTER 45
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY NOTICE.lSHEREBYGIVENpursuant
THEREQF, 822.98 FEI~T; THENCE to the Summary Final Judgment in
SOUTH 01 DEGREE -01: M(NUTE Foreclosure dated October 12, 2009
07 SECONDS EAST, 448.60.FEET .and. entered in Case No. 04-2009-
TO A SET IRON ROD; THENCE CA-229 of the Circuit Court of the 8TH
ORTH 88 DEGREES 34 MINUTES Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
Q6 SECONDS EAST, 74,77 FEE.T County, Florida, wherein WACHOVIA
IO A FOUND IRON ROD; THENCE BANk, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION is
UTH 01 DEGREE30 MINUTES2,1 i tiff and LARRY E. TOMLINSON
1 CONDS EAST, PAf4ALILEL.WITH Al i.AFIFYYi T blNSON, ET
E WESTERLY BOt'iNDARY OF AL all unknown part claiming by,
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY through, under or against the named
ROAD 225, A DISTANCE OF 48.22 Defendant(s), whether living or not,
FEETTOASETIRONRODFOR andwhethersaidunknownparties
THE POINT OF BEGINNING claims as heirs, devisees, grantees,
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees,
THUS DESCRIBED RUN NORTH pr in any other capacity, claiming by,
88 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 36 through under or against the named
OECONDS EAST, 380.46 FEET Defendant s) are the Defendant(s), I
10 AN IRON ROD SET ON. SAID will sell to to highest and best bidder
WESTERLY BOUNDARY, THENCE. formshatthelNTHELOBBYOFTHE
BOUTH 01 DEGREE 30 MINUTES COURTHOUSE of the BRADFORD
21 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID County Courthouse, in BRADFORD
WESTERLY BOUNDARY 143.00 County .Florida, at 11:00 a.m., on
FEET TO A SET IRON RODE the-12 day of November, 2009, the
[HENCE" SOUTH 88 DEGREES following described property as set
34 MINUTES 36 SECONDS WEST forth in said Order or Final Judgment,
380.46 FEET TO A SET IRON RQD; to wit:
THENCE NORTH 01 DEGREE 30 EXHIBIT "A"
FyllNUTES 21 SECONDS WEST, AparcelofIandlyin intheNorthwest
PARALLEL WITH SAID WESTERLY 1/4 of Sectibn 14, ovynship 6 South,
BOUNDARY, 143.00 FEET.TO THE Range 21 'East, Bradford County,
POINTOF BEGINNING, TOGETHER Flprida; said parcel bding more
WITH A MOBILE HOME LOCATED particularly described as follows:
THEREON AS A PERMANENT Commence at the Northwest corner
HIXTURE AND AN APPURTENANCE qf said Northwest 1/4 of Northwest
THERETO. ID NO: 1143927tA & TI4. and run North 88 degrees 37
1439271B minutes 09 seconds East, along the
$as been filed against you and yqu Northerly boundary thereof, 331.71
are required.to serve a copy. of your feet to a found iron rod; thence South
Afritten defenses within 30 days after 01 degrees 01 .minutes 07 seconds
the first publication, if any, on Florida East, 448.96 feet to a set iron rod;
default Law Group, P.L.; Plaintiffs thence North 88 degrees 34 minutes
attorney, whose address is 9119 .36 seconds East, 322.95 feet to a set
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300, iron red for the Point of Beginning;
ampa, Florida 33634, and file the from the Point of Beginning thus
gnginal with this Court either before described continue North 88 degrees
Service on Plaintiffs attorney n or 3,4 minutes 36 seconds East, 107.65
immediately thereafter; otherwise q feet to.a found iron rod; thence South
default will be entered agaitist you for 01 degrees 01 minutes 07 seconds
We relief demanded in the Q#mplaint Wast, 448.73 teet; thence South, 88
at petition. degrees 04 minutes 36 seconds West,
This notice shall be published once 197.65 feet; thence. North 01 degrees
tiach week for two consecutiveweeks 01 minutes 07 seconds West, 448.73
an the Bradford County Telegraph. feet tp the Point of Beginning.
W, ITNESS my hand and the.seal of Subject to an-easement for ingress
this Court on this 12th day of October, and egress over the Southerly 30 feet
009. thereof. ,
Ray Norman Above described parcel being
Clerk of the Court conveyed with a right of ingress
By: Tasher Allem and e ress over a 60.00 foot strip of
As Deputy Clerk land ng 30.00 feet on each side of
if you are a person with a disability .the lowing described centerlihe:
who needs any accommodation. io Commence at ari iron pipe located at
order to participate in this proceeding, the Northwest corner of said Section
u are entitled, at no cost to )?ou, to 14 and run North 88 degrees 37
e provision of certain assistance; mi es 09 seconds East, along the
lease contact the Glerk of. Gourt, Norther boundary thereof, 331.71
Bradford County Courthouse, Starife, fait to an iron rod; theMe South 01
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2-working degrees 01 minutes 07 seconds East,
'glays of your receipt of this notice;.# 897.69 feet to a concrete monument
you are hearing ok voice impaired, located at the Westerly terminus
call 1-800-955-8771, ;.... of said centerline for the Point of
10/22 Stchg 10$9250T Beginning; from the Point of Beginning
thus described rtiri Worth 88 degrees
PUBLIC NOTICE 34 minutes 30 seconds East, along
This is to inform you that Bradford said centerline, 950.32 feet to an iron
County will hold a pre-bid conference rod on the Westerly boundary of the
And walk-thru for the weathetization right of way of County Road 225 and
tivork of six (6) single-family dwellings the end of said centerline.
In the Bradford County Weatherization 2005 CAVALIER MOBILE HOME


program. VIN # BL05GAO212766A .&
This meeting will be held Tuesday, BLO5GAOS42766B
October 27, 2009, beginning at 8:30 TITLE # 95873189 & 95873294
am at Suwannee River Economic Street Address: 8055 NORTHWEST
Council, Inc. Outreach. .Office, 1818T STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA
Industrial Park, 104-4 LM Gairies 32991
$1vd, Starker Florida, 32091. 'Any person claiming an interest in
The conference and walk-thru the surplysi from the sale, if any, other
Es mandatory, no exceptions, for than the property owner as of the date
tontractorswhoplant I Suwann of tholis pendens, must file a claim
(liver Economic Council, Inc re within sixtir (60) days after the sale.
each contractor to -be p WITNESS my hand and the seal of
licensed, carry general the Court this 15* day of October ,
Insurance of at least $15000, 2099
POI (Pollution Occurrence Insuranc ) RAY NORMAN
and Workers Comp insurance (No By Lisa Brannon
Exemptions) during construction. As Deputy Clerk
Original bids for these units will be This notice is provided pursuant to
due by 12:00 noon Fnday, October Administrative Order No.2.065. In
80, 2009, at Suwannee River accordance with the Americans with


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business hours. .
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decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purposetheymayneedtoensurethat
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!"""s grice a"sane, and f Islowe
cause of a mysterious plague
called Geostigma that has
beset the population.
It won "best anime feature
at the 2007 American Anime
Awards, and the Anime and
Manga Club welcomes everyone
to come see it for free Tuesday,
Oct. 27, from 3:30-5:30 p.m.


bradfordlibrary.ning.com.

Anime film
SCreening at
the library
The Bradford County Public
1,ibrary's (con Anime and Manga
Club will be screening for the
pneral public a 2005 CGI filln
that, as part of the library's.
movie license, it isn't permitted
to promote by title.
However, the library is able to
write that the film is based on the
highly successful 1997 console


is to help bridge the gap between
what one. might have read in
scho and what he or she wants

Discussions are at the same
time laid back and college
preparatory: read the short-
stories, the novel, or the poetry
decided-on by the group, then
kick back with pizza and drinks
for an Ober-short author's
biography and literary context
of the work; finally, just talk and
talk and talk.
Book-lovers wanted, direly.
The group meets next on
ThursdayOct.29,4:30-6:30p.m.
in the Bradford County Public


Library meeting room. Walk-
ins are absolutely welcome, and

lri -Tn is r oenmura 1 o
ofcourse.
A supplemental lit.-pack
actually called "Thinking about
Existentialism etc. through
Poctry :-)"-complete with the
smiley-lace-has been thrown
together and is available at the
Bradford County Public Library:
it is a brief historical and literary
context of the novelwith thirteen
short, thematically linked poems
by authors like E.E. Cummings
and Walt Whitman,
For more information, visit


LOT49 readinG
Crime and
PUniShment'
For readers, the teens at
the Bradford County Public
Library have drummed-up a
no-homework excuse to laud
or shred the greatest pieces of
fiction in our time. Named "Lot
49" after the Thomas Pynchon
havel, they have formed a teen-
and-tiventysomething book club
oriented around "the classics":
must-reads generally taught
In high school and collegiate
English teachers. The intention


TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST AS PER PLAT RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 17 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE EAST 1/2
OF SAID LOT 39.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT
FORINGRESSANDEGRESSOVER
THE EAST 20 FEET OF THE SOUTH
1/2 OF EAST 1/2 OF LOT 39.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A
PERMANENT FIXTURE AND AN
APPURTENANCE THERETO,
VIN NO. FS61S3FB7758GA
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
Default Law Group, P L., Plaintiffs
attorriey, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive weeks
in the Bradford County Telegraph.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 13'" day of October,
2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
Who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Catherine Adams,
9094 NW 219'" St., Starke, FL 32091,
sole owndr, doing business under the
firm name of: Digital Albums, 9094 NW
219'" St., Starke, FL32091, intends to
register said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute. Dated this 20* day
of October, in Bradford County


10/22 1tchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
There will be an auction Saturday,
October 24, 2009 at 10.00 a.m. The
following units will be sold:
1-30 Amy Linham
1-24 Leroy Stoutamire
1-12 Courtney Kelly
2-33 Steven Varnum
2-75JoCollins
Location: Hwy 301 South at C & C
Mini Storage.
10/22 itchg-BCT

*
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
PUBLIC HEARINGS will be held on
Ordinance 2009-491 on November 2,
2009 at 6.30 pm at City Hall, Keystone
Heights, Fl., at which time the City
Council will consider the adoption of
the ordinance. The Ordinance can be
inspected at City Hall during regular
office hours. All interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be
heard. For additional information call
352-473-4807.
ORDINANCE2009-491
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT
PLANFORTHECITYOFKEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
FOR CONFLICT WITH OTHER
ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING AN
IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE.
PLEASE BE ADVISED that ifaperson
decides to appeal any decision made
by the City Council will respect
to any matter considered at such
hearing he of she will need a record
of the proceeding for such purpose,
he or she will need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceeding
is made which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based
10/22 1tchg-LRM

U N10 N
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuantto
a writ of execution heretofore issued
out of the Circuit Court, Seminole
County, Florida, Case No.08-CA-
3679-14L on Septembdr 15, 2009
in the matter of Ronald E. Hobbs
& Constance J. Hobbs, his wife,
Plaintiffs vs. Lawrence Porterfield
& Marilyn M Porterfield. nes wife


defendants. 1, Jerry Whitehead, As
Sheriff of Union County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the defendants) Lawrence
& Marilyn M. Porterfield, to-wit:
Township 4 South, Range 19 East,
Section 31: N V2 Of S V2 Of NW % of
NE % of Union County less Parcel
"A" conveyed to John A. Porterfield
and Beverly Porterfield on February
24, 1999 as recorded in book 146
page 243 subsequently conveyed to
Ibanez Investment Group on July 19,
2004 as recorded in book 208 page
631.
Parcel "A" is described as follows:
Commence at the northwest corner
of the N V2 Of S V2 Of NW% of NE%,
section 31 Township 4 south, Range
19 East, Union County, Florida and
run thence N 89*31'04" E along
the north line of said N V2 Of S V2 Of
NW % of NE %, 688.71 feet to the
oint of beginning, thence continue
89*31'04' E along said north line
209.00 febt, thence S 0*57'17"E,
209.00 feet to the point of beginning.
Containing 1.00 acre, morq or less.
Together with A 30 foot easement
for ingress and egress described as
follows: A 30 foot strip of land 30
feet to the right of a line described as
follows: beginatthenorthwestcorner
of the N V2 Of S V2 of NW % of NE %,
section 31 township 4 South, Range
19 east, Union County, Florida and
run thence N 89*31'04" E along the
north line of said N V2 Of S V2 of NW
.% of NE %, 688.71 feet to the point of
termination.
And on November 19, 2009, at
11:00 a.m., or as soon thereafter as
circumstances permit, I will offer the
above described property for sale
at public outcry and sell the same,
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 participate
in this proceeding shall contact
the Civil Process 8nit at the Union
County Sheriffs Office not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at
55 West Main Street, Lake Butler, FL.
32054 Phone # 386-496-2501.
Jerry Whitehead As Sheri"
Of Union County Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Deputy Sheriff
\pde/8,4tchg 10!29 OT


Attn: Ricky Thompson
P.O. Drawer C
209 N. Thompson St.
Stake, FI 32091
Phone: (904) 964-5027
Fax: (904)966-0584
The owner reserves the right to waive
any informality or to reject any or all
bids.
No bid may be withdrawn for a period
of thirty days after the scheduled
closing time for receipt of bids.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT


testimony and evidence upon which IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
the appeal is to be based. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
10/22 itchg-BCT AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC CIVIL ACTION
HEARING CASE NO.:04-2009-CA-000622
CONCERNING AN DIVISION:
AMENDMENT TO THE WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
BRADFORD COUNTY SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO WELLS FARGO HOME ,
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING MORTGAGE, INC.,
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY, Plaintiff
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE vs.
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA' DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161 CREDITORSTRUSTEESOR
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
as amended, andtheBradford County THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST,
Land Development Regulations, as JAMESJ. WARD, DECEASED, etal,
amended, hereinafter referred to as Defendant(s).
the Land Development Regulations' NOTICE OF ACTION
objections, recommendations TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
and comments concerning the DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
amendment, as desenbed below, will ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
be heard by the Planning and Zoning CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
Board 'of Bradford County, Florida, OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
serving also as the Local Planning THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST,
Agency of Bradford County, Florida, JAMES J. WARD, DECEASED
at a public hearing on November LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
2, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., or as soon UNKNOWN
thereafter as the matter can be heard* CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
in the County Commission Meeting ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
Room, County Courthouse located CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Stake* ANDAGAINSTTHEHEREINNAMED
Florida. INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
S 091007 A, an application by WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
Elbert E. Gowens ill, to amend the DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
Future Land Use Plan Map of the UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
Comprehensive Plan by changing AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
the future land use classification from DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
AGRICULTURtE-2(1 dwelling unit er CLAIMANTS
1.2acres e eDpUasRpirovi cy LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
de ibed, foll on property UNKNOWN
A scr I ofalsand ows: ithin Sect. CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
12 ewnshi 5 utw, Ran e in YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
East, Bradfpord Count F orida foreclose a mort age on the following
Being more particularly d cribed as )roperfy in B ADFORD County,
follo Co at the North st lorida
ws:of mmenceect 1 t we A PORTION QF THE EAST 1/200,
.k6E.T20 feet toon the Pol 150 9 WOODLAWN, SECT ON 1
Beginning, Inence North 87*55'12"'
East $57.90 feet; thence South
17*43'30" West 421.90 feet; thence
orth 76"58'43" West 104.04 feet,
thence North 10*01'23" East 267.96
feet; thence South 87*13'05 West
173.59 feet; thence North 00*34'32"
2 West 199.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 1.66 acre, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future date. Any
interested party shall be advised
ho titnhue ate, mt andupb| ceh ar
shall be announced durin the

Sh n nhh aia Octo
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
aei .The above referenced public
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear
to be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
valuable for public inspection at
e Office of the Director of Zoning,
planning and Building located at 945
orth Temple Avenue, Courthouse
orth Wing, Starke, Florida, during
e a ree5 ss c atn if m
the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
he proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
verbatim record of the proceedings
s made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
he appeal is to be b e2 itchg-BCT TO CTU

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
clTY OF STARK
PROJECT NO: REC 1 FY 09-10
ealed bids, SUBMITTED IN
REPLICATE, WILL' BE RECEIVED
Y THE City of Starke, Florida
Owner) until 3:00 P.M. local
meThursday, November 5, 2009
t the office of Ricky Thoropson.
operations Manager, City Hall, 209
Thompson St., Starke, FI 32091
here at that time all bids will be
pened and read. /
or the construction of the following
described project:
RT 1-CONCRETE BASKETBALL
OURT
ORM, GRADE AND FINISH A
INETY (90) FOOT BY SEVENTY
70) FOOT REINFORCED
A R2%Eo BAPLLA FUOROL
(fORM, GRADE AND FINISH A
THIRTY FIVE (35) FOOT B'i'THIRTY
30) FOOT REINFORCED
CONCRETE PLAY/FOOD COURT
REA.
oth projects shall be four (4) inches
hick, with an eight (8) inch edge.
concrete must be 3500 PSI with a
g h tbrushfinish .

p:.r:t bs nih I bin he F o
ity of Starke supplying the concrete Al
*pnd the 2nd part shall be concrete
figured into the cost of the project.
c aMt ondCtohrep rojectT em at Shte 31
0
*Starke, Florida. SEAL
flans, specifications, and contract
documents will be open to public
inspection at the office listed above or
was be obtained from:
City of Starke


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Live Entertain ment
6.30---7:30
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5pm-8pm


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Not r 01 late Church of God all
*** Muse meeting
n .. ..r 6 111p m
'n g. "
.. tell. a hap and
ru colonents. .Call 90-1 900-2937
for more information.

Sampson City Baptist Church
win host ics annual van restival on
Saturday, Oct.24, from 3-8 p.m.
Children and adults are invited to
take part in the fun and games,
food, and the bonfire'
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church on C.R. 200 B in Lawtey
invites everyone to its annual
Harvest Day program SundayOct.
25, at 4 p.m. Speaker will be Bishop
Alfred Jackson of Brunswick, Ga.
Fore more information, please call
904-964-8436 or 904-782-1646.



Shoot benefits
SCh00)
First Christian Church will
host a sporting clay tournament
will be at Bradil>rd Sportsman's
Em in on Saturday, Oct. 24, to
benefit Starke Christian School.
.
1hose interested in participating
should contact Robert Allen at
904-759-5570
The cost 1/> shoot is $80 per
person, which includes the shoot
shells and lunch.

KH Woman's
Club making

pies
The Keystone Heights
Woman's Club will make your


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Ghost Town and Haunted Trail


Friday, October 3Q;th
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Saturday, October 31st


7:30 PM 10:30 PM
at-

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(Take Hwy. 231 South Past RMC, then follow signs)


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parents or guardians will have to
sign consent forms before their
children are vaccinated. She
did mention the importance of
vaccinating them though.
High-risk groups being
encouraged to seek vaccinations
include pregnant women,
caregivers of Infants less than
six months of age, children and
young adults between the agg of
? and 24, people with chronic
Illnesses between 25 and 64
years'of age at risk of flu-related
complications, and health care
Workers.
Holland said there have been
.
illnesses in the schools and
physicians have been seeing a
number of patients, but because
H INI has become so widespread,
confirmation tests for HIN1 are
only being run on those who
become hospitalized.
Bradford hasn't seen as much
infection as other counties, she
said.
Currently, the health
department is out of vaccine for
seasonal flu, but Holland said
there should be more of that by
November. (There is a cost for
these shots.) Other providers in
the county may also have the
vaccine.
That and other updates will
likely be flashed on the health
department's new electronic
.
sign in Starke. Holland said
the department is excited about
the sign, which should help
inform the community and
raise awareness of the health
department's location on U.S.
301 north of the Bradford Motel.


HINI funding is also paying
for the sign as well as overtime
hours incurred by employees
working the vaccination clinics.
For more information, please
contact the Bradford County
Health Department at 904-964
7732 or the Union County Health
Department at 386-496-3211.

Fighting the flu:
What you should
know
The Department of Health and
Centers for Disease Control has
recommended that, as always,
people with respiratory illnesses
should stay home from work
or school to avoid spreading
infections to others in the
community. -
Avoid close contact with people
who are coughing or otherwise
appear ill. Avoid touching your
eyes, nose and mouth. Wash your
hands frequently to lessen the
spread of respiratory illness.
People with cough, feler any
fatigue, possibly with diarchen
and vomiting, should contact
their physician.
ifyouthinkyouhave influenza'
officials say, call your health care
provider and discuss whether you
need to be seen in their office or
emergency department or stay
home,
.
Swineanfluenzavirusesarenot
transmitted by R>od and a person
cannot get swine influenza
from eating pork products. The
infections are spread from person
to person.


HINI vaccination clinics have
begun at the Bradli>rd and Union
county health departments for
those most at risk liar flu and
flu complications, according
to Winifred Holland, health
department director.
The Starke clinics are taking
place at the health department
on Tuesday evenings froni 6-9
p.m., Thursday mornings from
8-11 a.m. and Saturdays from 9
a.m.-3 p.m.
In Lake Butler, the clinics
are taking place at the health
department on Tuesday mornings
from 8-11 a.m., Thursdays from
6-9 p.m. and Saturdays from 9
a.m.-3 p.m.
(Those with private physicians
should check with their health
care providers.)
Holland anticipates the clinics
will run through February or
March. The vaccinations are
free, paid for completely by the
federal government. The health
department doesn't have to spend
any of its own money on the
vaccination campaign.
The in-school clinics for H IN I,
also known as swine flu, will
not be initiated until November,
because the county hasn't
received enough of the vaccine
yet to go into the schools and
vaccinate students. School health
nurses will be helping coordinate
the vaccinations in conjunction
with the schools.
As Holland said a few weeks
ago, vaccination is voluntary, and













...

James Rowe

ROWS S
Lawtey
I t
council ea,, ,


Sardis Baptist Church or
worthington Springs all celebrale
I11 ,c.2rs esn Sunda\.Oct 25.aI
I ni ).nur tr ..iolic 01.
ch.IJren's church or Rur.Jai et ening
serv ices. I he guest speaker w ill be
Bro. Lewis Cooper.
Full Gospel Church of Jesus
christ, located in Provident'e, will
hold a gospel sing featuring Lil'
Johnny and the Gospel Wonders on
SundayOct.25, at 4 p.m.
First Baptist Church of Keystone
will hold its annual Fall Festival
on Halloween night, Oct. 31, from
6-9 p.m., and everyone is invited.
Fun boots will have candy for
trick-or-treaters, and there will be
free hot dogs and drinks for all'
plus a moonwalk, giant slide and
cakewalk. The church is located
at 550 E. Walker Drive on S.R.
100. Call 352-473-7201 for more
information.
Beulah Baptist Church on S.R. 21
in Green Cove Springs will hold a
Fal Fesdval on Saturday, Oct. 31,
from noon to 2 p.m. It is free and
.open to all with food, hayrides'
'truck or treat, games, a cake walk
and more. For more information'
please call 904-529-9530.
True Vine Ministry will host its
celebrationof20yearsinministry


Oct. 21-25. Weeknight services wilL
begin at 7:30 p.m. On Saturday, Oct,
24, a free community picnic will be.
held at the Thomas Street ParkTrom
noon-3 p.m. Sunday services will
begin at 8:30 and 11 a.m. Pastors
from the Bradford County area will
be honored. Love gifts will be given
away during each service. The
church is located at 422 N. Saint
lie e alFor0mo mf ation,
Believers' Harvest Time
Ministries annual yard sale will
feature a barn overflowing with
items like furniture, appliances,
tools, jewelry and more. All
proceeds go to the India missions
fund. The yard sale can be found
iSn Grsandin in the back fi d at 6 ,
y rig .
The sale runs Nov.5-14 from 9
a.m.-5 p.m. everyday but Sunday.
E-mail the details ofvour
congregation's upcoming spectaL
eydus to editor@ bctelegraph.com.
DEADLINE IS MONDAY AT5
P.M.


fhanksgiving pies. Prepaid
orders (br homemade pumpkin,
pecan and apple pies will be
taken at the Keystone RIrmers
Market every Thursday from
Oct. 22-Nov. 12. Prices are $10-

Pies can be picked up from 9
a.m. to noon on the Wednesday
belbre Thanksgiving at the
clubhouse. 6747 Woman s Club
Drive.
For more information, please
call LaDonna Hartuor Witnda
- Lourcel at 352-473-4165.


anno cement of inter? tt Katie McDavid of Brooker, an independent sa
for Mary Kay Cosmetics, is on the road to su
byMhe smmes L. Rowe. I earned the use of a new Chevy Equinox cr.o
s
result of her outstanding achievements in op
lit]eo in RLawtey Mky vilfeSDor business. The Career Car program is one of th
ng Kay provides both business opportunities and
for 25 years. We both attended to the women it employs. Since 1969, more th
RMa editi h sceheoo ill Baat sales force members have qualified dr requali
of a Mary Kay car, and more than 6,000 suc
ChlulTa tLh eS Nay I served currently on the road. The cars serve as a visi
of success, said Gary Jinks, Mary Kay Inc. s
with the 631" of Starke. I served president of sales. McDavid took delivery of
as aapt a Communit at Beck Chevrolet of Starkes She began her
7 business as an independent beauty consult
College for a while. I retired and, as a direct result of her accomplishment
sonC le aT naften an independent sales director in 2001. As an i
sales director, she chooses to provide education
30 years. and motivation to other Mary Kay consultants
I am asking for your vote Dec.
I and will work for all. products to customers.




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ABOVE: The 2009 Uniort County Tiny Mites football players are (not in order as
pictured) Solomon Jones, Kendal Stainaker, Paden Clyatt, Eli Rogers, John Dekie,
Stands Howard, Blake Bass,'Cameron Bridgman, Marvin Davis, Evan Hall, Ke'andre
Young, Byron Harvey, James Rogers, Skyler Shatto, Hunter Radford, Wesley
Richardson, Dylan-Schaffer, Travis Irwin, Jonathan Nazworth, Jake Worthington,
Willie Findley, assistant coaches Shane Perez, Curtis Clyatt, Tyler Stone and head
coach Jason Stainaker. Not pictured is Landen Jackson.
BELOW: The 2009 Union County Tiny Mites cheerleaders are (front row, I--r) Reghan
Dukes, Laura Park, Ashli Worrell, Kyla Boney, McKenzie Clemons, Harley Seay, Lily
French, Emily Lennon, (middle, I-r) Randa Goodwin, Brooklyn Williams, Makayla
Thomas, Kendahi Green, Kelly Denson, Victoria Paik, Caitlyn Smith (back, I-r)
team mom Bianca French, head coach Ashley Clemons and assistant coach Lacey
Renfroe.


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Lagasse, Priscilla Seay, Kelsey Thornton and Roscoe


Kelsey Charnton (small try
girls) and Roscoe Scuy (Jack
Hennis). ('ombs and Lugusse
b6th won overall high point
awards and hale\vbnsfirst place
160r .(imes-in their respective
divisions.
The (Inthp Odunty riders
competed with like other clubs
fromsurroundingeounties.ilith
a total of 350 riders, ruliging


Fi.ie meinhers of the Union
( ounty Ridino Club were
recipients of the- Hib. Point
Rider Award at the 52 annual
Florida Sheriffs Hays Runch
Show held in Live Oak. .
The Union County winners
and their divisions were:
Brandon Combs (Junior boys),
Brian Lugusse (senior men).
Priscilla Smi ((iracic Allens).

Observe
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I uticr < . une Month t>th I ager
omecomly game,
Pridal. Oct. 23. All donations
and proceeds from the wirite
Our ei ent \\ill help assist loctil
residents and those in need with
eye elums and eyeglasses. 11
\ou are interested in becoming
it member of this sen ice cluh;
please centuct Membership
('hair I)ebble Osborne at (386)
496-2236 or club President
K tron Sutherland at (386) 496-
-
I he Lions Club meets on the
first and third Wednesdal of
each month at 12 p.n}. inside
the fellmiship hall..located
in the back. of First linited.
Methodist Church at 345 W.
Main St. in Lake Hutler.
If _10uitreinncedof assistance


fr fhe his Runch is a
residential group childcare
facility for neglected and
troubled ho}s bettleen the ages
of eight and 18. The Union
County Riding Club is located
on S.R: 121 in Lake Huller.
The\ ride at 7 p.m. on the
second and fourth Saturdal of
et eri month.


Chuck Hold ut.1904) 263-
8152. Your support of the Lions
nos is ureass appreciated nna


\\ill help others
tomorrm .


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Ne I week, Oct. 16-29:
tinism County schools will
celebrate Red Ribbon Week.
This^is a time each year the
schools set aside to promote
healthy and drug-free lifestyles
to Iinion County students. The
week is dedicated to efforts to
educate students aboul Jr n
and pr..Inule: prevention of
substance abuse.
"The mover signed a
proclamation declaring Oct.25-
31, as Red Ribbon Week." said
crent organizer Margic Coburn.
"We are asking everyone-
businesses, churches, law .
enforcement agencies. service


organizations, afid .schools-
to support this endeavor by
participating in hs many of the
activities as possible" Coburn,
said.
The theme this.year is "Reid
Heroes are Drug-Free." AII of
the activities and events oflhe
week live centered around this
theme. with a different dress-
Up theme for each weekday.
In addition, businesses are
asked to show their support by
posting this year's theme on
their-display signs. Everyone
is asked to join in the fun as
Allows:
Monday.Oct.26:Reall rties


give drugs the boot. Wear your
favoritepairofboots.
Tuesdov.Oct.27:Realheroes
focus oil the target. Wimr
camoullage on this du\.
. Wednesday. Oct. 28:
HERO---Help Everyone Reac/
Q/ten. Wear red this day us
the community participates in
DHAR (Drop 1 verything And
Read) time from 9-9:30 a.m.
Thursday. ()ct. 29: Real
heroes team up against (lrugs.
Wear your favorite (cam jersei.
For more information about
upcoming netivities and elems,
please call Margie Coburn at
(3865496-4903. -


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Friday brought the Ashley Fanning.
homecoming parade. Everyone


NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

Notice is hereby given that the 2009 Certified Tax Rolls have been delivered by the Property
Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls are open for collection for all Real Estate, Special

LAssessme T rq;ible a o rmaasdo vfor Bra 0 ,eSo cM SheR DoSlte t
Bradford County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave. Suite B, Starke, FL Telephone: 904-966-6246.
Office hours: Monday through Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Bradford County Courthouse
Officials Watson Center Branch Office at 4150 SE SR 21, Keystone Heights, FL Telephone: 352-
473-4229. Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, except legal holidays.

Notices have been mailed to all property owners or their agents at last known addresses. If your
notice has not been received by November 10, 2009, please notify our office. If your address has
changed please codiplete the enclosed form and return to our main office.

If paying by mail, please furnish a SelflAddressect Stamped Envelope to receive your paid
receipt. Please mail entire notice DO NOT TEAR APART.

If Taxes Paid:

November 4% Discount

December 3% Discount

January 2% Discount

February 1% Discount

March No Discount

April Penalty


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We Care Organization extends a very special
thank you to everyone who has supported
'People Who Have Been Here A Long Time".
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October 24th at 5:00 pm
Parade at 4:30 pm

.
Come and jom us for a great mght. Your children
will love our parade where they get all the free
candy they want. Then walk to our school to start
enjoymg our booths' and sit down for a home
cooked meal and reat sweets. Don't forget to play
a few games of ngo and take a stroll down our
cake walk.


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Bingo Prizes
Seaworld Tickets (2; -"'
Free Pizzas from Little Caesars II
Hippodrome Tickets Tools
Gator Items Home Decor
Restaurant Certificate Many More!!!


Bradford
Democrats
meet Monday
The Bradford County
DemocraticExecutiveCommittee
will meet Monday, Oct. 26,
at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of
the Andrews Center. On the
agenda are reports of the Florida
emocratiDem e inviAe

to r f rd Democrats have
adopted the C.R. 18 between
U.S. 301 and S.R. 227. Members
and other Democrats will be
picking up trash along the road
on Saturday, Oct. 24, between
8 and 10 a.m. DEC members
are asked to continue to bring
nonperishable items for the food
pantry and aluminum cans for
recycling. .
For further information about
being a precinct representative
or about the DEC, contact DEC
Chair Judy Becker at 904-782-
3502, or visit the DEC Web site
at bradfordcountydemocrats.org.

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Becoming a high
school senior gives a
student a sense of vic-
tory. They won; being a
senior means they made
it through the underclass
challenge.
However, being a sen-
iO( 81SO comes with a
cost. High school stu-
dents spend an enor-
mous amount of money
on things such as Home-
comingProm.clubs,
sports, and tests like the
ACT and SAT.
In addition to these av-
erage expenses, a sen-
ior has to pay for senior
dues, senior pictures,
cap and gown, college
application fees, grad
announcements, Grad
Bash, and the attire for
special occasions.
No matter what, the

Sum

Attending school dur-
ing the summer is not
something that most stu-
dents would be thinking
about. However, for
seniors Matthew Gal-
braith and Tim Bowen
spending seven weeks
at The University of
Florida's Student Sci-
ence Training Program
was the only thing on
their minds.
Instead of spending
their summer at home,
Galbraith and Bowen
wanted to continue
learning. "I wanted to do
something meaningful
during the summer and
learn how difficult col-
lege is," Bowen said.
Galbraith agreed, "I
wanted to learn more
about the many sides of
science and get a real
college experience."
At the camp, Galbraith
and Bowen worked
under researchers and
assisted graduate stu-
dents on different sci-
ence subjects. Galbraith
worked in the Materials


minimum amount paid is
around $150. Expenses
can range up to $800
and possibly more.
Senior year is sup-
posed to be the best
year of high school, but
in reality it can be the
most stressful year of a
teenager's life.
In addition to paying
fees, seniors must also
pay attention to the
dates in which things
must be paid. Meeting
the deadlines is crucial
in order to be able to par-
ticipate or receive senior
perks.
Senior fees
$45(no class T-shirt)
Due by Nov. 6
Senior Pictures
$15- sitting fee
Cap and Gown
$28.70-71.70


Announcements
$20-250
Due by spring
Club Dues
$10-20 each
Sports
participating-
Various Amounts
attending games-
$6 each
Homecoming Tickets
$10+
Dance is Nov. 14
Prom Tickets
$35+
Tests (ACT&SAT)
$48 each
College Application
$40 each
Grad Bash
$75
Due by March 5
Yearbook
$50
Due by Dec. 10


KHHS Band prepares to perform before a football game at their home field.

Band Takes The Beatles By
By: Brittany Butler & Leslie Ellegood
in Monday, Septem- ninth and tenth graders perfected
ber 28, the band arrived with very few veterans. 7, when
on the field of Orange There is one senior this Fleming I
Park High School for the year, David Butler, a four (Florida
2009 Pre-Fest. The Sen- year French horn player Associati
ior High Band was the and the band's Master at FBA is
first to perform just as Arms. He said, "For a ing ban
the sun was beginning to band that's really young, that the b
set. The last of the sun- student wise, we're ward to e
light was gleaming doing really well." asked so
across their instruments Most band members bers if th
as drum major, Kenneth liked "Magical Mystery ready by
Brantley, began the Bea- Tour/A Hard Day's Night" we'll be
ties marching show that the best, whether it's be- ready," s
the band has been work- cause of a low brass ford. It's
ing so hard on. solo led mainly by Josh lot of wo
The band performed Lemieux or if it is be- get through
"Magical Mystery Tour/A cause of the step-touch perfect th
Hard Day's Night" and moves that the entire but the
"Yesterday". After ask- band has to do that Matt has been
ing a few members of Bertotto, a ninth grade confidence
the band about how the bass drummer, enjoys hopefully
band was coming along the most. David Butler this year.
so far, some members stated that he enjoys the Th
said that it was doing fast tempo of the song small with
well. "Better then I and its fast pace. Jes- thirty ban
thought it would," said sica Smith, a ninth grade they have
Josh Mefford, a tenth flutist, believes that the their work
grade baritone player. song is much- easier to member
'A-Ipt better than last play than "Yesterday". like they
year," commented Josh The band is also doing e
Lemieux, a ninth grade adding "Hey Jude" to and Th
trombone player. their show. The band is school, th
Most of the band this working hard to get all than read
year is composed of three drills finished and and win a


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by November
they travel to
sland for FBA
Bandmasters'
on).
a major march-
d competition
and looks for-
very year. We
me band mem-
e band will be
then. "I think
more that
aid Josh Mef-
going to take a
rk and spirit to
h the weeks to
ese three drills,
way the band
showing their
e, they will
get "superiors"

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approximately
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much faith in
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pulls together
have been
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ursday after
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dropping your
nations off at
front office.
deadline is Fri-
ember 13th.
TOYS
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markers, coloring'
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By Allison Alsup
Science Department to
develop a better alloy for
the use in a turbine en-
gine. Bowen worked in
the Aerospace Depart-
ment on space satellites.
Every day, the stu-
dents would attend a lec-
ture from 8 to 9:30 am.
Afterwards they would
work in labs on their sub-
ject until 5, pm. in the
evenings they would att
tend another lecture and.
return to their dorms at 9
pm. On Tuesdays and
Thursday, Bowen at-
tended an honors semi-
nar, where he took a
class on cancer studies.
Galbraith also attended
an honors seminar on
stem cell research.
Staying in the dorms
was an exciting experi-
ence for both of .the
boys. "It allowed me to
interact with like-minded
people who were all very
nice and helpful," said
Galbraith. Bowen added,
It was fun being inde-
pendent and having
roommates was great."


Living in the dorms and
researching with the stu-
dents would have been
expensive, but both of
the boys received schol-
arships to attend the pro-
gram. Bowen wrote an
essay to receive his
scholarship while Gal-
braith received a schol-
arship through .former
KHHS chemistry teacher
WendyHelmey-Hadman.
In addition, the boys re-
ceived six college credits
and one high school
credit for their participa-
tion in the program.
Spending seven weeks
out of their summer in
labs was worth it. Bowen
said, "It was a great time.
It really gave me a good
idea of what to expect
when going to college."
Galbraith added, "The
people there were very
nice, and being on my
own was a good
change." From their ex-
periences, maybe doing
schoolwork during the
summer is not such a
bad idea.


Senior Girls Collect

for Christmas Boxes
.
By: Nicole Benafield & Emily Dooley
Sen- stuffers may also be en- simple
nting closed. box or
hrist- By putting together a KHHS'
d the box of your own or even Santa'
anta's just gathering small day, N
ng to- items (e.g. stuffed ani-
dona- mals, coloring books, smal
aking toothpaste, hard candy, s
ng it and hair clips) andlor en- penSCp
ts for closing $7 to cover the crayons
4 will shipping fee, you too can
world become one of Santa's HY
hrist- little helpers. tooth
er. Please don't donate soap
ill be items that are military
chool related, used or dam- Hard c
giene aged, liquids or lotions, gum, T
thes, breakable items, or wat
cking foods that melt. It's as


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For Christmas the
ior Girls Club is gra
wishes.Operation C
mas Child has turne
Senior Girls into S
little helpers, worki
gather to collect
tions. They are m
a list and check
twice. These gif
children ages 2-1
be sent around the
making children's C
mases a little merri
These boxes w
filled with toys, s
supplies, and hy
items. Socks, clo
and other sto


By: Morgan Boettcher & Kaitlin


Sokol
make the attendees feel
welcome. Volunteers will
be needed to set up
tents, take them down,
gate attendance, ticket
booth, children's areas,
petting zooetc.
For more information
on the date and signing
up visit www.nefl-
games com / v oI un -
teers needed.htmi
If it is God's work you
want to do, In His Wakes
is for you. Although other
church duties are not
considered community
service, this is the ex-
ception.
.
For more Information
on community service
projects, contact the
KHHS guidance office.


Many of you are aware
of the Florida Academic
Scholar Award, better
known as the Bright Fu-
tures Scholarship. Al-
though many of our
students get 75% of their
college tuition paid off,
giving only 75 hours of a
sttident's time can get
him/her a 100% scholar-
ship.
Community service is
not only for seniors. Stu-
dents can start commu-
nity service as soon as
they reach their fresh-
man year. All you have to
do is identify a problem
in your community and
plan a course of action to
help out.
There are many things


students can do for com-
munity service as long
as they are volunteering
their time and not getting
paid for it.
For those who like
building things, there is
the Clay County Habitat
for Humanity. No previ-
ous experience is neces-
sary, just be prepared to
have fun. An experi-
enced worker will show
you the ropes. The work
days are: Tuesday-Sat-
urday 8:30 am 3:30 pm
throughout the year.
Construction isn't for
every body. The North
east Florida Scottish
Games & Festival needs
a ,
volunteers that will have
.
a smile on their face to


By:
The Indian Mom Pro-
gram has been encour-
aging KHHS football
players to be successful.
,,
Each "mom (a female
KHHS staff member)
takes time during the
week to meet with her
son to discuss how
things are going in his
classes and help guide
him into a life after high
school. This might in-
clude helping the son
sign up for the SAT or
ACT for college.


Cindy Pridgen & Karen Taylor


Besides the educa-
a
tonal help, moms"
make posters that hang
around the school to
show pride and support
for their sons. On Game
Day, each "mom' wears
a T-shirt with her son's
jersey number on the
back.
Reading teacher, Kim
Jolley has been an in-
a
dian mom" over the
a
years. I love the pro-
gram! It benefits our
football team in a lot of
ways", said Jolley.


.
. Math teacher, Cindy
Loose is not currently an
,,
indian mom but has
been in the past. "I think
it's a good program that
should be carried over to
other sports and activi-
. ..
ties she commented.
Senior football player,
Jonathan Stanley is
proud to have computer
teacher Connie Myrick
on
as his "mom She moti-
vates me to prepare for
college, and I also enjoy
the snacks she gives
me", Stanley said.


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The Keystone Heights Rotary Club is sponsoring a car
show Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. next to
Advance Auto Parts on S.R. 21 in Keystone.
Trophies will be given for the best car, best truck,
best motorcycle and crowd favorite. F ntry fee is
$10. Contact Brian Willis at (352) 478-5485 for curly
registration and more details.


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KHHS plans homecomme fest


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Preacher: Gene Morgan Bible Study: Sunday 9 AM Worship Service 10 am & 6 pm
Ladies' Bible Study: Fri. 3:00 PM Mid-week Bible Study: Wed. 7:30 PM
Bible Ouestioni When Christ comes again, whq will rise nrst and
where will we meet the Lord?
BibleAnswgr: IThessaionians4:16-18 FortheLordHimself will
descend from heaven with a shout, with a voice of an archangel, and
with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we
who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the
clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the
Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words.


PreSents For Pets Support
for Shelter Animals

oNc1atil-landsd Prof onalandPetTheSinNation
Conjunction with the Humane Society of the United
States will Sponsor their annual collection drive to
benefitshelfteranimals.
2009 donations wi//benefit the SPCA of Gainesville Rescue Group.
Abandoned shelter pets need your help!
You can provide for their safety and comfort by donating
Dog & Cat Toys, Adult & Kitten/Puppy Food (dry & can). Cat Litter,
Bowls, Blankets/Towels/Sheets/Bedding, Cardboard Stracthers, Litter
Boxes, Cash Donations (for medical care)
National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week Nov. 1-7, 2000
Drop-off locations: Animal Hospital, The Clipping Corner
Lake Area Animal (Me/rose & Hawthorne), Dog Grooming
Lake Area Grooming For more information on donating or to
schedule a pick up please call 352-473-4.174 or 352-359-0575.


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MONITOR--A-SECTION Oct. 22, 2009


"APH TIMES &


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ago, ivith-by one count-36
vendors and a reported crowd
of more than 200 shoppers on
its first day out.
There were vendors selling
fertile eggs and honey. There
were a fair number of crafts
vendors and a few selling
prepared foods like canned
vegetables or freshly made
bread. Rhonda the goat soap
lady was also on hand. Shady
-c,:=-HeLh
datil sauce, a cross between
barbecue sauce and salsa.
Among the vendors was
market organizer Ed Sherwood,
of Ochwilla Hill Farm, who was
selling a variety of sometimes
esoteric plant products like
luffah gourds and Caribbean
cranberries, mildly (Art seed
pods of a thing that looked
a bit like the tip of a purple
artichoke.
Sherwood said he had several
goals for the Melrose market,
the main one being that he
wanted a market. free of resale
vendors. That is, vendors who
buy products at large wholesale
markets and resell the produce
much as a supermarket does.
"All of the stuff you see
here," Sherwood said, "was
rown or made within about
f 10-mile radius of Melrose, I
\vaded a market where local
people could come and sd
their goods. It's a better way."
Perhapsbut it is limiting. As
winter comes on, the number of
farmers market items available
Irom local farms is bound to
dwindle-
"Ithinkweshouldicarntoeat
seasonally again," Sherwood
said. "Tomatoes don't grow
here in the middle of winter."
Also on -hand was James
Steele, owner of the herb
greenhousesoutsideofMelrose.
Steele features and occasionally
sells clerything from patchouli
to thyme to busil to peppermint.
He supplies fresh herbs .and
spices to the kitchen at the
Blue Water Hay Restaurant in


during school hours. Tickets
ivill also be available at the
. gate for $5.
Due to the current economic
concerns, fireworks will not be
included that evemng.
Friday, Nov. 13, will be
the highlight of homecoming
week when the Indians take
on the Interlachen Rams. Che
game begins at 7:30 p.m. The
halftime show will include the
presentationofthchomecoming
court and the coronation of the
2009 homecoming king and
queen. . . .
Ehe leavities will continue
Saturday, Nov. 14, with the
homecoming dance in the
KHHS cafeleria.


cheerleaders, and the dance
team.
The evening will be
completed with the presentation
of the 2009 homecoming court
comprised of representatives
from the freshmen, sophomore
and junior classes. The senior
class representatives, who arc
all candidates for homecoming
queen and homecoming king,
will also be recognized.
Tickets are discounted to $4
if pre-purchased at the school.
Pre-sold PowWow tickets will
be available the week before
Pow Wow, and Mohday-
Tuesday, Nov. 9-10 (Nov. II
is Veterans Day) and the day of
Pow Wow, Thursday, Nov. 12,


KHHS homecoming 2009
event plans are underway. The
week of Nov. 9 promises to
bring a variety of activities
for the school as well as the
community of Keystone
Heights.
The theme for this year's
homecoming is "Rock the
Rams." The theme was chosen
by the Student Council. .
Pow Wow, the traditional
homecoming pep rally is
scheduled for Thursday,
Nov. 12, at 6:30 p.m. The
event will feature skits by
various classes and clubs as
well as performances by the
varsity cheerleaders, Senior
Sweethearts, junior squad


prodsa Wtor sell F rmm nd ~eer Tee safokdti


McIrose. Once or twice a year
he holds an open house with
vendors selling their related
wares. Usually, a cooking
demonstration is included
during the day.
Local chefs will be glad to sce
Steele show up at the farmer's
market. His greenhouse keeps
very irregular hours and is not
a place you drop by at will to
pick up a little fresh basil.
Walton and Virginia
Smith were selling shiitake
mushrooms.
"I cut them myself, just this
morning,'' Smith said. The
Smiths grow the mushrooms on
a log on Sherwood's farm. At
the farmer's market their entire
hatch of fresh mushrooms was
gone by 6 p.m. A number of
vendors sold out early, Smith
said.
Nearby from Theressa, who was selling
both free range and farm-raised
seafoods. Whitford had two


types of large shrimp, cast net
mullet (which he smokes,)
giant blue gills, sunshine bass
plus catfish he railses .himself,
500 at a time.
"I raise them in cages until
they get to be about one to
one-and-a-quarter pounds,"
Whitford said. "For some
reason, catfish seem to do well
in confined environments."
He raises the catfish and
other fish products in a large
rock-rimmed, spring-fed pond
he built. It comes complete
with a waterfall. His father also
maintains a muscadine--grape
vineyard nearby.
It is Whitford's signs you
see along S.R.100 as you pass
Theressa. Now, you may catch
his fish products at the Melrose
Farmers Market on an on-going
basis.
The market is open from 4-7
p.m. each Friday afternoon at
the. Heritage Park, S.R. 26 in
Melrose.


hundheld devices.
Amnesty day is open to
Clay ( ounty residents only and
,,oper s, was w resseed.
Absolutely no commercial
wastes ,n so acestea- "
more inlarmation, call (352)
473-3711 or (904) 284-6374
and speak to Jamey Wilkes.



KHHS reunion
n n no
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A reunion for KHHS classes
is being planned for Saturday'
Nov. 14.
Classes from 1976 to 198()
are invited to attend. The event
will be held at the Keystone
Heights Lions Club at 9If
Orchid Ave. Tickets are $1->
per person in advance, and $20
at the door. An RSVP by Nov.
I is requested.
Call Joanic Miller Payton at
(352) 473-7410 for more.


Amnesty day
set for Clay
COunty
The Clay County
Commission, the Department
of Environmental Services and
the city of Keystone Heights
are cooperating to provide a
household hazardous waste
and electronics amnesty day
that is open to all Clay County
citizens-
Residents are asked to bring
all household hazardous wastes,
including paint, pesticides,
pool chemicals, oil, antifreeze,
drain cleaner and paint thinner,
to the Clay County Healith
Department in Keystone
Heights on Saturday. Nov. 14,
from 8 a.m..to noon.
Electronic wastes will
also be accepted, including,
computers, monitors, printers,
scanners, keyboards, modems,
cables, cell phones, pagers and


LegiOn 202
.
Seeks items
f0f Sale
The ladies of the American
Legion Auxiliary Post 202 in
Keystone Heights are now
seeking gently used, donated
items.The items will be sold
during the auxiliary's second
annual Christmas rummage
sale on Fridays and SaturdAys,
Nov. 6-7, and Dec. 4-5.
Proceeds from the sale will
buy Christmas gifts for local
families in need.
Sandwiches with French
fries and a bake sale will also
be featured.
Last year, the auxiliary raised
enough funds to buy Christmas
gifts for 32 people. Clothes
remaining after the sale were
donated to the First Baptist
Church's recycle shop.
To contribute clothing, toys or
other household items to the
effort, call Ann Horner (352)
473-6642 or Doris Danson

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Gold Head
Gold Head Associates says
"Be prepared to be scared." The
group's October full moon hike
will be haunted and held on,
Halloween night. Brave.hikers
should meet at the picnic area
of the park at 6:30 p.m. The
hike is approximately two miles
along the Ravine Trail and onto
the Florida Trail by moonlight'
Bring bug repellent and wear
pt7rp itceihi ilnowsedo .oO t
or baby strollers.
Snacks and drinks will be
avaihible before arid after the
hike. Hikers are encourage to
come early to sign in; the gate
closes at dark. T he entry f ee to
get into the park is $5 per car.
The hike is free..

Tell us your story. Call the
Lake Region Monitor at
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The open house will be held
at the Bradford County Public
Library. 456 W. Pratt Street in
Stark. on Thursday, Nov. 5.
People can arrive beginning at 5
p.m. to view the maps and speak
one-on-one. with experts about
their questions and concerns.. A
formal presentation will be made
at 7 p.in.
'Residents can view the maps in
vance by contacting the county
b gilding and zoning office at
9(M-966-6223 or 904-966-6205.
:AccordingtoFEMAfloodsare
the most common hazard in the
linked States, and it encourages
all homeowners to get flood
insurance-because everyonvis af


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policy for those who do not.
Her husband, Michael Barber,
also spoke to the school board,
questioning the motives behind
the uniform policy. He said
when the policy was approved,
die assistant superintendent's
reasons for backing the policy
) luded reduced discipline
( problems, peer pressure and
5 cio-economic tension, as well
improvement in academic
rformance.
When he talked to school
board members individually
about why the uniform pilot
pYogram was being extended, he
pid these were not the answers
he was given. Barber said one
board member commented on
sitodern clothing styles being out
of controlanother reported that
teachers said the uniforms liad
litade a difference. One said there
had been no complaints about the
policyand another that it's "just
best for the kids." One board
diember even remadeed they had
been made fun of for their attire
lii school.


B ER Y
Continued from Page fA -


approval. An appeal is a dispute
of a new or revised basic flood
elevation and must be based on
knowledge or information that
the proposed flood elevations
are scientifically or technically
incorrect.
According to the district's Web
site, when the 90-day appeal
period is, started, a 6-month
compliance period for the entire
county begins. During this
compliance period, local flood
damage prevention ordinances
must be revised and adopted.
The district states that ultimate
the responsibility for managing
floodplain development lies
with local officials. Therefore,
communities adopt flood damage
prevention ordintinces that
-eentais-the minimum standards
for obtaining required permits


few months ago-to include the
current school year as-well. The
superintendent had suggested
that enforcing a dress code would
be sufficient to accomplish the
district's goals, but the school
board wanted more time to
evaluate the program.
There has been no indication
as of yet whether or not the
district will continue to require
uniforms at the middle school in
future years or if the requirement
will expand to other schools.
The middle school is generally
thought of as a special case,
however, because students are at
animportantstageof transition
and because discipline has been
an issue at the school in the past.

Grim outlook
C00tinUSS fOf
School funding
Finance Director Julee Tinsler
presented the Bradford County
School Roardwithaletterfromthe
Florida Department of Education
in which Commissioner of
Education Bric Smith discussed
the state's long-range financial
outlook over the next three fiscal

Step Recovery Bible special
.mentoring by guest speakers and
support group discussions. Help


for all proposed construction or
other development.
More information and answers
to frequently asked questions
is available online at www.
srwmdfloodmaps.com.

. In other business:
The sheriff was authorized
to spend money from law
enforcement and the jail on
animal control capital projects.
Current projects are focused on
weatherizing the facility to keep
animals warm but also reduce
winter utility bills, which in the
past have been as high as $3,000 a
month, according to the sheriff.
The county commission
approved a grant agreement
with the Flgrida Depaitment
of Transportation to resurface
Northwest C.R. 200A near


years,2011-2013.
The information presented
was adopted last monthly the
Legislative Budget Commission.
"Based on currently approved
revenue sources and historical
legislative budgeting practices,
the outlook projects annual
deficits of I1.8 percent for FY
2010-1I, 22.8 percent for FY
2011-2012, and 20.2 percent for
FY 2012-2013," wrote Smith-
Since the Legislature is bound
by the Florida Constitution to
adopt a balanced budget, the
state will either have to reduce
future expenditures, enhance
future revenues.or do some
combination of the two, Smith
informed the district-
"While it is not clear how the
Legislature may address this
situation, a prudent response
at the schciol district level
includes maintaining a healthy
unreserved fund balance and
avoiding decisions that create
future operating costs in excess.
of the current level of funding,"
Smith wrole.
The forecasts are provided to
assist planning and budgeting at
the local level. -


is also made available to family
members of addicts. The group
meets every Friday at 7 p.m. at


Lawtcy (Grove Street) from
U.S. 301 to Northwest C.R. 225.
The project is being paid for
through the County Incentive
Grant Program. The county
was awarded a maximum of
$415,334.
A contract for the removal
and hauling of yard trash and
vegetative waste from the county
dumpsites was awarded to North
Florida Landscape Management
Inc. of Starke for $38.06 a
ton. Towell Trucking of Lake
Butler was the low bidder, but
the county's bidding ordinance
allows a 10 percent difference
for contractors within Bradford
County.


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Fourof thecounty'selementary
schools ha~ve been accepted in
to the Discovery Science pilot
program, according to Assistant
Superintendent I isa Prevatt. It
is a research program evaluating
methods of teaching science.
The chosen schools could
be part of a control group that
continues to utilize their existing
curriculumortheymaybepartof
the experimental group utilizing
the Discovery Science Web site
and teaching resources.
Data collected through pre-
and post-testing will measure
theeffectivenessoftheprogram.
Evaluations begin next month.
Fifth-grade teachers at Starke
Elementary School, Lawtey
Community School, Hampton
Elementary School and Brooker
Elementary School will also be
allowed to continue using the
Discovery -curriculum for the
remainder of the school year free
of charge. Prevatt said.

Grace Community Fellowship
on S:R. 16 in Starke, 904-966-
0404.


risk. Some areas are more at risk
than others, and that is what the
flood maps define.
According to its Web site, the
water management district sees
its mission of increasing public
awareness and minimizing flood
hazards as aligned with FMEA's
goals. Since 1979, the district has-
operated under a nonstructural
floodplain management policy
that prohibits dams, dikes and
other structures. It instead
employs regulatory permitting,
storm water improvement
projects, land acquisition, etc.,
in minimizing the threat of
flooding.
The Suwannee River Water
Management District wants all
of the counties in its jurisdiction
to have updated digital flood
17isufance rate maps. Digital


While one set of reasons
could be bricked up or refuted
by measurable data, the school
board members' responses could
not, Barber said.
"These excuses or reasons are
a shift of focus, and that's what
happens a lot of times when we
don't have the data, we change
thetargetorshiftthefocusfrom
what the goal originally was," he
said.
He asked the board to do away
with the uniform requirement or
publish the data that supports the
original reasons for requiring
uniforms at the middle school.
Barber said some parents
believe in the "magic" of
uniforms, but even under a
relaxed policy, those that like the
uniforms could still choose to
have their children wear them.
Esther Kelly spoke in favor
of uniforms and said they had
solved the problem of her son
wanting to wear brand-name
clothing to fit in. Uniforms keep
the focus on education, she said,
focus her son lost when he moved
to the high school.
'Our goal is to educate our
students, not to dress them," she
said, adding that the pressure

Grace Recovery is a faith-based
support program that assists
those with a desire to be free


maps can be more easily updated
as development occurs, and it
hopes to give communities the
tools and resources they need to
better manage, assess and plan
fordevelopmentandconstruction
in flood prone areas.
The mapsalso known as flood
insurance rate maps, shbw flood
zones ranging from low risk to
high risk. Insurance rates will
vary based on the flood risk.
Property in designated flood
areas must have flood insurance
whenafederallybackedmortgage
is involved.
if you are required to obtain
flood insurance but do notyou're
your lender could force place the
insurance and charge you for the
cost of it. .
. App alsorprotestscanbe-filed
before the maps receive final


can be taken off of kids at that
age to fit in so they can better
concentrateoideathing.
The uniform can help direct
students in the proper direction,
Kelly said,
Jeannie Baker said the problem
is that parents are letting their
children "run the household."
She said there are more
important issues in the lives of
the children than what they are
wearing. ,
"I'm really happy about the
uniforms. I don't see a problem,"
Bakersaidaddingshewouldlike
to see the uniform requirement
expandedtoallof thecounty's
public schools. Some of the
clothing worn is inappropriate,
and kids need to be taught to
dress for success, she said.
."I don't think it's appropriate
forpeopletosay,'Wellmychild.
doesil't like this.' Wellyou know,
who's the boss in your house?"
.
she asked. Parents who say that
should visit the other schools and
see what they look like,"because
it doesn't kx>k good," she said. '
In 2008, the school tx>ard a
approved a one-year uniform
pilot program at the middle
school, which was expanded a

from various types of addiction.
Weekly meetings.. .include
teachings from the 'livelve


Capt. Warren said investigators
developed a suspect and were able
(ganakepositive identification of
the-Juvenife After the positive
identification was made. the
juvenile was interviewed and
allegedly admitted to the
charges.
"For a 13-year-old juvenile
to commit such an act against
person secure in their own
idence, I am proud of my -
investigators for stopping
him now, before he took that
additional step into something
e en more violent," said SPD
ChiefJeffJohnson.
'Most importantly, the
iitnqcent, unsuspecting victim
was not seriously hurt, and she
knows the suspect has been
apprehended," he said.


BURGLARY
Continued from Page fA

.38-caliber pistol, multiple GPS
systems, XM radios, flashlights.
istid numerous other items.
Investigator Mueller also
said Hildebran has now been
tied to two additional motor
vehicle thefts that occurred
approximately two months ago.
Hildebran was booked on three
(ounts of grand theft auto. two
counts of'grand theft, two counts
df armed burglary, one count
of burglary of a conveyance,
itnd one count of attempting to
6nspire.
' Investigator Mueller said two
inbre counts of grand theft auto
die pending in relation to the two
additional motor vehicle thefts
Hildebran has been tied to.
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trip was in a part of Australia
for three weeks. Harrison put
those three weeks to good use,
pretty much surfing every day.
He ventured out at first light at
5:45 a.m. and surfed until 9,
when he ate breakfast. Then it
was back out to the water until
lunch, followed by more
surfing from 2 p.m. until
dinner.
"For a couple of days, it
was the best waves I've ever
gotten- to surf," Harrison said.
Catrell said she wasn't
surprised by her son's devotion
to surfing When he finds
something he likes, he's
committed to it, she said. What
did surprise her was the fact he
wok up sot pric ily not a
morning person," she said.
The trip, though, was not all-
about surfing or working with
n d ndsutchhe ersalias
Zoo. Visiting a village in
Guatemala, for example, to see
how people work and live in
Other parts of the world was
the kind of thing Mike
envisioned for his sons.
"This is what I wanted the
boys to experience," he said.
"This is what we wanted to
experience. It was a defining
moment because you could see


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BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph 9au 0 riter
Mike and Catrell Cooney'
And their three sons, are back
home and close to their family
and fnends in Bradford
County, but the family, despite
logging more than 61,000
miles during a yearlong trip,
seems to have no plans of
remaining settled in the States
for long.
Catrell said it is good to be
home after traveling to more
than 20 countries, but said she
and Mike are eager to go back
out rthe world. to be back
and see family, but anxious to,
as soon as we can, go again,"
Catretlay IT tu
,,
hard aget i Catrell and
sons Morgan, Zach and
\He t nouN le 1 rTal
be bitten by that traveling bug
when they made an appearance
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club on Oct. 12. The family
showed pictures of their trip
and answered any questions
during an event sponsored by
the Altrusa Club of Starke aed
Bradford County's Friends of
the Library that raised more
than $1,000 for the Bradford
County Public Library.
An amount of $1,000'
red to th 55 lajn
Mike said one would get if $1
bills were laid end to end to
cover the total distance the
Cooneys traveled-61,669
miles (not including walking
and hiking).
The trip was broken up into
two legs. The first took the
family to Central America and
South America, while they
visited southern Africa,
southeastern Asia, Australia,
New Zealand and Fiji.
Mike aird Catrell sold all
their material possessions to
make possible a trip, designed
to give their sons real-world
experiences before they went


magazines."
"I think it was pretty much
the best thing we've ever
done," Morgan said.
Morgan and Zach both said
picking a favorite country they
visited woold be like picking a
favorite family member-they
just couldn't do it. They each
talked of the things they liked
about several countries.
Morgan, for example, liked the
landscape of Australia, the
animals of South Africa and
Costa Rica, while Zach said
Costa Rica was the prettiest
country and Nicaragua had the
best waves for surfing.
Zach, like his brother,
enjoyed his animal encounters
dica sighhti ll o helped Soutle
lions to a larger habitat at the
SanWild wildlife sanctuary
and rehabilitation center, for
xas le--whilehebothie d sdt

people. .
We're still friends with a
lot of people from there,
Morgan said.
- In fact, Morgan said he
wants to go back to Brazil so
he can spend more time there
and see the many sights their
new friends were eager to
show them. The most time the
family spent anywhere on its


7


.


Harrison Cooeny (right) chats with Patsy Lawson as


these people and how little
they needed to live, live well
and be happy. They didn't
need all the trappings we think
we have to have in everyday
life.It just wasn't necessary."
Mike admitted he felt his
sons weren't taking in such
moments and truly


appreciating the experiences as
much as he had hoped, but he
discovered after the trip he was
wrong.
"It wasn't until afterward I
overheard them talking that I
realized, 'Yeah, they got it.' It
See TRAVEL, p. 2B


Morgan Cooney
entertains the gathering
by playing a didgeridoo.


off to college. Harrison and
twins Morgan and Zach
expressed their gratitude for
having such an opportunity.
"I felt really fortunate,
obviously" Zach said. "I was
extremely happy. It was
something my two brothers
and I always wanted to do."
Harrison said he enjoyed
seeing such sites as Angkor
Wat and Machu Picchu in
person, adding, "It was just so
great to see all the different
cultures and all the different
places you see in books and


"You're still here?" Not still,
< 8 07,> in 3 aas 1

store.
How did Sears make its way
back to Starke? The
opportunity to open a Sears
Hometown Store came to
Steve Denmark about five
years ago when Sears
approached him about opening
a store. At the time, business at
Denmark Furniture was so
good that Denmark initially
discounted the idea, but as the
economy waned, Denmark cut
the size of his store by one-
third. When an ad in the
Bradford County Telegraph
seeking owners for a franchise
caught his eye, he thought it
was time to give it a go.
Give it a go he did. After
months of negotiations over
location and product, Denmark
and Sears came to an

See SEARS, p. 2B


Grand-opening

6 /teubrrdaat nO (ss t4 for
BY HEATHER JENNINGS
Special to the Telegraph
They say life comes full
circle. That couldn't be truer
for Jo Clark.
Clark's very first job upon
coming to Starke was at the
now-defunct Sears Catalog
Store once owned by Bish and
Wanda Bishop. She spent
more than six years working as
a salesperson there.
Now, after .17 years at
Denmark Furniture, Clark once
again finds herself working for
Sears. This time, however, it's
as store manager for the new
Sears Hometown Store
recently opened by Denmark's
owner, Steve Denmark.
Ironically, some people still
associate Clark with Sears. A
customer walked in the store
just last Wednesday and asked,


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where he wants to do so.
"I think now I know really
where I kind of want to (do
it)," Morgan said. "It would
probably be Costa Rica or
Brazil."
Morgan and his brothers
encourage everyone to thke the
opportunity to travel as theit
family did.
"I think it's the best thing
we've ever done," Morgan
said. "I think anyone can do it
All you need is a plane ticket?
For an extended period o
time, you can live a lot cheaper
than you can in the U.S. You
get to learn so much and see so
many cool things that are
different from here."
"It's such an eye-openine
experience just to see all the
cultures,," Harrison said. "It
changes your view because
you just don't know what's out
there until you see it "
"It was one of the best
experiences I think I could've
had," Zach said
If you would like to read
about the Cooneys' trip, visit
the family's Web site at
www.cooneyworldadventure.c
om. Family members' blogs of
their experiences are archived
on the site.


States and a "normal" life.
"I'm not even sure what a
normal life is anymore," he
said. "Frankly, that's the way
we want to keep it."
Mike said he and Catrell
plan to remain flexible enough
in their lives so that when
another traveling opportunity
presents itself, they can take
advantage of it. Catrell said
she and Mike definitely want
to go back to Mexico and
Brazil as well as visit places
they didn't go such as
Colombia and Ecuador.
Harrison, Morgan and Zach
all want to continue traveling
as well. They each spoke of
wanting careers that would
take them to various places.
Harrison, for example, would
like to do some type of
undercover work that uncovers
animal cruelty on a global
scale.
"That's what I want to do
when I get out of college," he
said. "Take another around-
the-world trip and document
animal abuse around the
world."
Morgan has known for some
time what he wants to do. He
wants to work with crocodiles. *
His travels have just confirmed


Continued from page lB

didn't seem like it at the time,"
Mike said.
Catroll said the trip has
changed the boys. For
example, they have become
extremely thrifty and differ so
much from their friends. Their
friends have predetermmed
plans concerning college,
getting jobs and starting
families, but she said Harrison,
Morgan and Zach say that
while they, too, will go after
the same thmgs in life, they are
not setting definite courses on
how they're going to do that.
"I'm excited to think they
are thinking out of the box,"
Catrell said. "Their thinking is,
'1 have to get an education, but
it doesn't have to be set in
stone the way I do certain
things.'"
The trip had that kind of
effect on the boys, as well as
on Mike and Cantrell. Their
way of looking at life and
moving through it has
changed, which is why Mike
laughs when people talk of his
family returning to the United


Employees at
the Sears
Hometown
Store in Starke
cludeo C)I k
'
Jane Adams
(foreground)
and L.soonan
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all grown up with-the names
we trust.
This trust is borne from
experience.
Clark grew up in a home
where her widowed mother
relied on Sears for purchasing
and repairing everything from
refrIgerators to roofing, and
even msursug her family.
Remember when Allstate
offices were located at Sears?
Itkprobably safe to say that
most of us have some fond
memories of Sears. Denmark
nt wne cskstrna elingwj
his mother as a child many
times to shop at Sears. He also
fondly remembers receiving a
Sears Wish Book near
Christmastime every year from ,
his mother, who told him to
mark the items he wanted.
"For most Americans, Sears
represents a trusted friend; the
place you turn to for the
important things," Denmark
said. "Now that friend .has
come home.
The new store, located next
to. Denmark Furniture on
Madison Street,. promises to
bring a new level of quality
once not available in Starke,
offering the top eight major
appliance brands.These brands
include the classic Sears
Kelinfore line in addition to
other brands such as Maytag,
Whirlpool, Amana, Jenn-Air,
Frigidaire, LG, Maytag,
Kitchen Aid, Bosch, Samsung
and Electrolux. Appliances
include washers and dryers,
ovens, ranges, dishwashers,
refrigerators, freezers and
more, not to mention small
appliances such as vacuum
cleaners and microwaves.
However, the store's
offering is,.not.._limited to
appliances. Home-
sentertainmeailanue,.esuch as
high-definition televisions
from name brands such as
Panasonic, Sony and Samsung
are available, and, of course,
nothing says Sears more than
Craftsman tools, hardware and
lawn and garden equipment.
Yoe lhefindoev rything sfroni
water softeners, lawn tractors
and even outdoor accessories
like gas-powered grills.
toln addition, Sears als itsic"
equipment such as treadmills
and elliptical machines, plus a
small line of automotive
supplies like battery chargers.
All items are available at
Sears' low price guarantee,
and if it's not in the store they


can get it- .
If Sears sells it, we can
have it shipped to the store,
saving the customer any travel
or shipping costs, and helping
us keep it local, Denmark said.
For Denmark, it has always
been about keeping.it local and
giving back to the community.
Following in the steps of his
family, he has always been
active in community service'
whether serving tirelessly for
the Kiwanis Club of Starke,
raising money for scholarships,
po ringfo al3raditord High
utilizing his talents as an
excellent chef at one function
or another. He hopes the
addition of Sears will be a
blessing to the community he
grew up in and loves.
Denmark and the entire Blue
Crew invite the community to
visit the new Scars Hometown
Store for an official grand
opening this Saturday, Oct. 24.
A live radio remote with
WEAG will begin at 10 a.m.
and last until 2 p.m. WEAG
personalities Heather Jennings
and Chuck Kramer will be on
hand, and local singing
favorite Terri Carpenter will
perform.
Sears will be giving away
hot dogs and chances to win
numerous Sears gift cards
worth $25 each and one gift
certificate worth $250.
While the official grand
opening is Saturday, the new
store is already open seven
days a week, from 9:30 a.m.
until 7 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. on
Saturday and from noon until
5 p.m. on Sundays.


agreement that made both
sides happy. The rest, they say,
is history; or it soon will be.
Speaking of history, both
Sears and Denmark are steeped
ih it.vThe Sears and Denmark
names have each been around
for more than 100 yeats, and .
as Denmark has carried on his
family tradition, so will he
with Sears.
If anyone understands
tradition, it's Denmark. A
lifelong Stairke resident, he
grew up in the family business
he heads today, and he's
keeping it in the family.
Making Clark manager of
Sears was an easy decision.
After 17 years at Denmark's
side, Clark and Denmark have
become like family. The new
store has even given Clark's
husband, Bo, the opportunity
to come out of retirement. Bo,
a former investigator for the
state, has been very
instrumental in the opening
and running of the store, from
unloading merchandise and -
stocking shelves to
coordinating deliveries arid
manning the sales floor.
Also on the sales floor is
Jane Adams. Longtime Starke
residents may know her as
"Dr. Adams' daughter."
Rounding out the Sears Blue
Crew, and pitching in from the
Denmark store, are Otis
Milton, Denmark's wife,
Kitten, Margaret "Granny"
DeSue Logan Johnson and, of
course, Steve Denmark. All the
employees in both stores will
be working in sync to create'a
complete home shopping
experience
Together, the Sears
Hometown Store and Denmark
Furniture promise to make a
powerful, combined retail
presence in Starke. Both
Denmark and Clark say they
didn't bring Sears to Starke to
comlpetebus sseany OenxistiN
contrary. They say they're
simply ''finding a niche in a
market in need of easier access
re e produdsy d vin o
of town to a Sears store in
either Jacksonville or
Gainesville. You can't find
Kenmore or Craftsman
anywhere but exclusively to
Sears and Sears brand stores.
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A series of nine burglaries a high school student to leave
was solved Oct. 13 with the the LBMS grounds and return Travis Dean Alvarez, 68, of
arrest of Christopher Wayne to the high school. The student Houston, Texas, was arrested
Flildebran, 19, of Graham. refused to do so. Oct. 12 by BCSO deputies for
: According to Capt. Brad When Deputy Crews carrying a concealed firearm.
imith of the Bradfpr {'ounty-' responded, the'.- Myh school ple w31s released, on his own
sheriffs Offig pgdebrag studget-,re gefutci the high recognizanceOct. 12.
was already a suspect m the school and lieputy Crews
Graham area burglaries when made contact with him there. Cristiria Anne Thomas, 29,
he was spotted, by an Alachua The juvenile refused to comply of Lake Butler was arrested
County Sheriffs Office -with instructions to enter .the Oct. 12 by UCSO deputies on
deputy, driving a truck office and, once he finally did four counts of forgery and four
reported stolen in one of the enter the office, he repeatedly counts of uttering a forged
burglaries,
1 Hildebran stopped the truck
dod fled the scene before he
could be arrested, but a AdVertiSe in over I00 papers
juvenile passenger in the truck
yyas apprehended. The juvenile One Call One Order One Payment
firovided information that led
to the positive identification of
Bildebran as the driver, said WWW.HadOnal-classifiedsicom
'apt. Smith.
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@entified, Hildebran turned Info@national-classifieds.com
himself in to the Alachua
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county Jail on Oct. 13.
According to Investigator
flevin Mueller, Hildebran has Put US to work
been tied to the burglaries of
nine different residences. He FOF VOU!
allegedly stole the truck and
three dirt bikes from the
residences, as well as two .22-
caliber rifles, one .38-caliber
pistol, multiple GPS systems,
XM radios, flashlights, and
numerous other items.
Investigator Mueller also
said Hildebran has now been .
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Stake was arrested Oct. 14 .by
BCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. She was being
held on no bond.
Jeffrey Wayne Morrow II,
28, of Hampton was arrested
Oct. 15 by BCSO deputies on
an out-of-county warrant. He
was turned over to the other
county on Oct. 16.
Melissa Anne Beeman, 41,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 16 by BCSO
deputies on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$1,503 and she was released
on bond Oct. 16.
Cornelius D. Henderson, 18,
of Stake was arrested Oct. 16
by BCSO deputies for
trespassing. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Oct. 17.

Almer J. Deaton, 29, of Live
Oak was arrested Oct. 17 by
SPD officers for driving
without a valid driver's
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Oct. 17.
William Edward Starling,
66, of Graham was arrested
Oct. 17 by SPD officers for
DUL Bond was set at $5,000
and he was released on bond
Oct. 18.
Quinton Maurice Epps, 23,
of Stake was arrested Oct. 18
by SPD officers for failure to
appear in court on bail far an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $325 and he
was released on bond Oct. 18.


turned over to the other county
on Oct. 14.

33 t tarkee darrDso mOon'
14 by SPD officers for failure
to appear in court on bail for
an original misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set at $5,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Florence Erica Keye, 29, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 14 by
SPD officers for possession of
more than 20 grams, of
cannabis (marijuana). Bond
was set at $50,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jesse D. Dashnaw, 29, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 14 by
BCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $4,500 and he was released
, b d Oct. 14
on on .
Freddie Monroe Stephens
Ill, 29, of Starke was arrested
Obt. 14 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and for
violation of probation. Total
bond was set at $11,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Karl Ray Mincks, 33, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
14 by SPD officers for
possession of a controlled
substance, possession of more
than 20 grams of cannabis and
retail theft. Total bon was set
at $32,000 and he remained ip
jail as of press time.

Jennifer E. Pegram, 32, of


instrument. Total bond was set
at $200,000 and she remained
in the Bradford County Jail as
of press time.
Suzanne Pendleton, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 12 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers on
two counts of obtaining a
controlled substance by
for or fraud. She was
released on her own
reco izance Oct. 16
A 17-year-old Brooker
juvenile was arrested Oct. 12
by BCSO deputies on two
counts of criminal mischief.
He was released on his own
recognizance on Oct. 12.
Sheree Renae Jackson, 24,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 13 by BCSO deputies for
failure to ear in court on
bail for an original felony
charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and she was released
on bond Oct. 13.
Nicholas Allen Janowitz, 21;
of Hawthorne was arrested
Oct. 13 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a
charge of dealing in stolen
property. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Raymond A. Williams, 71,
of Stake was arrested Oct. 13
by SPD officers for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond Oct. 14.
Joshua Rshaud Plummer, 19,
of Macclenny was arrested
Oct. 13 by SPD officers on an
out-of-county warrant. He was


vehicle thefts that occurred
approximately two months
ago.ildebran was booked on
three counts of grand theft
auto, two counts of grand theft,
two counts of armed burglary'
one count of burglary of a
conveyance, and one count of
attempting to conspire.
Investigator Mueller sgid
two more counts of grand then
auto are pending in relation to
the two additional motor'
vehicle thefts Hildebran has
been tied to
Total bond ori the charges
was set at $110,000 and
Hildebran remained in the
Bradford County Jail as of
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The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Andrea Michele Bradley, 24,
of Waldo was arrested Oct. 16
by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy John
Gootee for shoplifting,
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Accordmg to Deputy
Gootee's report, Bradley
allegedly removed items from
the Lake Butler Kangaroo
Food Store without paying for
them. When she was
apprehended, she possessed a
cigarette wrapper that
contained two different kinds
of pills, Identified as
Oxycontin and Diazepam.
Bradley did not have a
prescription for either type of
medication.
A 16-year-old juvenile was
arrested Oct. 15 by UCSO
Deputy Leslie Crews and
charged with disorderly
conduct and resisting .an
officer without violence. ,
According to Deputy Crews
report, he was called to Lake
Butler Middle School by
administrators who had asked


refused to cooperate,
Alan Curtis James, 51, of
t. IS arib1)gs UCwaO
Deputy Gootee for possession
of drug paraphernalia and
resisting an officer without
violence.
Wendy Beth Kimble, 40, of
Gainesville. was arrested Oct.
10 by UCSO Deputy Gootee
on an Alaclina County warrant
for failure to appear in court on
an original charge of battery.
Bond was set at $2,000.
Lorraine Lachelle Hyman
20, of Starke was arrested Oct'
10 by UCSO Deputy Gootee
on a Bradford County warrant
for making a false police
report. Bond was set at $2,000.
David Joseph Bridgman, 32'
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 12 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a Bradford
County capias for two counts
of failure to appear in court on
original misdemeanor charges.
Total bond was set at $10,000
and he was released on bond
Oct. 13.
Joseph Wesley Jenkins, 47,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 13 by UCiO Deputy
Mindy Goodwin on a Union
County warrant for fraud-
insufficient fimds checks.
Tracy Kyle Davis, 35, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
12 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
for failure to appear in court on
an original misdemeanor
charge.
Shannon Youngblood, 38, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 15
by Clay County Sheriff s
Office (CCSO) deputies on a
t warrant for violation of
probation.
David Staton, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 16 by CCSO deputies on
two counts of possession of a
controlled substance, one
count of possession of
marijuana and one count of
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Johnny Ray Elixson, 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
12 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for violation of
probation. He was being held
on no bond.


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A 13-year-old juvenile was
arrested recently by .Starke
Police Department officers
after he broke into a Starke
home Oct. 10 and attempted to
sexually batter the resident-
According to SPD Capt.
Barry Warren, the juvenile is
being charged with burglary,
attempted sexual battery and
thlse imprisonment.
The 13-year-old allegedly
knocked on the door of
residence at approximately
6:30 p.m. on Oct. 10.- The
residence was occupied by a
25-year-old female. The
juvenile allegedly spoke to.the
resident at the front door and
then walked around to the rear
door and gained entry to the
home.
Capt. Warren said the victim
stated that once inside, the
juvenile choked her and struck
her and then attempted to.
sexually batter her. The victim
fought back and was able to
prevent the sexu dbatte%. e
juvelntle t en to
resCapnce. Warren said
investigators developed a
suspect and were able to make
positive identification' of the
juvenile. After the positive
identification was made, the
juvenile was interviewed and
allegedly admitted to the
charges.
"For a 13-year-old juvenile
to commit such an act against a
person secure io their own
residence... I am proud of my
investigators for stopping him
now, before he took that
additional step into something
even more violent," said SPD
Chieflefflohnson.
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innocent, unsuspecting victim
was not seriously hurt, and she
knows the suspect has been
apprehended," he said.

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He is survived by: his wife of
nine years, Robin Coffee Thayer;
daughters, Jenny Thayer of
AnaheIm, Calif., Becky Shaw of
Riverside, Calif., and Nicole
Gilliand of Placentia, Calif.;
stepdaughters, Kerri Place of
Cabada, Valerie Place of New
Jersey, and Tracy Place of New
York City; son, Matthew Thayer
of Castai, Calif., step-son, James
Place of Illmois; a sister, Mary
Adamske of San Diego, Calif.,
and 11 grandchildren.
A memorial service ,was held
Oct. 17, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of the
arrangements.


Mrs. Williamson was born in
Theressa on July 28, 1924, to the
late Martin and Malanar Adkins
Hersey Sr. She was a lifelong
resident of Theressa, a member of
Hope Baptist Church, and had
worked for the Council on Agmg.
As a licensed cosmetologist,
she had owned and operated
Gladys' Beauty Salon in Keystone
Heights from 1961 until the
present. Her family will always
remember her as a loving
Christian woman whose greatest
prayer was the salvation of her
family and friends. She also cared
for and loved everyone in her
family and community.
She is survived by: her
daughter, VonCille B'ruce. of
Theressa; son L. Glenn
Williamson of Keystone Heights;
rn a, e tal en CHa 1 ze
of Yulee and Nettie Louise
Tomlinson of Destin;
grandchildren Shana Jerkins,
aan 11 ald aEl isloia Bs
and Ashley Reynolds; and seven
eat-dgrandi i t y h ebrothears
Clyde DeWitt Hersey.
Viewing for Mrs. Williamson
was held on Oct. 18, in the funeral
home. Funeral services were held
Oct. 19, in the Hope Baptist
Church with Pastor Shawn House
and Pastor Don Corbit officiating.
Burial followed at Hope
cemetery, in ne. or nowers, the
family asks that contributions be
made to the Haven Hospice of The .
Lake, 6400 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


Calif. her mother, Carol Sue
Dixon of St. Augustine; stepsons,
Jason Myers, Jeff Myers and
Michael Myers, all of San Diego;
brothers, William C. "Tip" Dixon
of Persidio, Texas, and James W.
"Jimmy" Dixon and Jesse Dixon,
both of .Palatka; and a sister,
Teressa M. (Rickey) Woodhall of
Groton, Conn.
Graveside funeral services were
held Oct. 19, at the Conner
Cemetery near Stacke. Masters
Funeral Home of Palatka is in
charge of arrangements.


for over 25 years. He also was
retired from the U.S. Army
Reserve. He moved to Ocala in
1998.
Mr. Sheddan was a past master
of John H. Pratt Masonic Lodge
#261 and was a member of lonic
Lodge 1/101, both of Jacksonvillc.
He was also a life member and
formerly the chaplain for Fraternal
Order of Police #530 of
Jacksonville. Arthur was a
member of First Presbyterian
ChurchofOcala.
He was a lifelong amateur ham
radio operator, an avid saltwater
fisherman and a competitive pistol
shooter.
He is survived by: his wife,
Hazel Inez Sheddan; son John A.
(Leona) Sheddan of Neptune
Beach; daughter, Carol Slater of
Ponte Vedra Beach; son, Thomas
E. (Aimee) Sheddan of Alachua;
three grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
HiArsmem alFsuen I e i sd
Saturday, Oct. 17, at I1:30 a.m.
med tm aft heedser f n
ex-f rFlecept n Center.
made to Legacy House, Hospice
of Marion County, PO Box-4860,
Ocala, FL 34478 in memory of
Arthur A. Sheddan.
PAID OBITUARY


JameS Thayer
JACKSONVILLE-Dr. James
Scott Thayer, 59, of Jacksonville,
died Oct. 13, 2009, at the Mayo
Clinic after an extended illness.
Dr. Thayer was born in
Waterloo, lowa, living most of his
life in California. He moved to
Jacksonville in 2000. He was
employed with the Department of
Corrections Reception Medical
Center in Lake Butler. He was the
son of the late William Eller and
Marion Bowyer.


ISabelle Kyle
STARKE-lsabelle Kyle, 93, of
Stake, died Oct. I1, 2009.
Further information may be
found at Sylvanabbey.com.
Funeral services were held Oct-
17, at Sylvan Abbey Funeral
Home in Clearwater. Sylvan
Abbey Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangements.

Renee Merritt
LAKE BUTLER-Rita Renee
Underwood Merritt, 42, of Lake
Butler, died Oct. 17, 2009, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice in
Gainesville after a long illness.
Mrs. Merritt was born in
Miami, living her edrly life in
Lacrosse. She graduated from
Santa Fe High School and
attended Santa Fe Jr. College. She
has fived in the New River section
of Bradford County for the last 16
r CShhr1st aans aCh cm of
Butler and a 4-H leader in Union
1 tg ra esu tTuteatea e
serSeral 1 receded in death by
her maternal grandparents Ervin
and Willie Mae Tompkins.
She is survived by: her husband
of 16 years, Randy Merritt;
daughter, Miranda Renee Merratt
of Lake Butler; son, Charles Tyler


Knight of Lake Butler; stepson,
Zedric (Deanna) Merritt of Lake
Butler; grandson. Hunter Merritt;
parents, Charles and Barbara
Underwood of Gainesville; sister,
Robyn Darlene (Richard)
Brewington of High Springs; and
paternal grandparents, J.T. and
Eunice Underwood of Live Oak.
Funeral services were held Oct.
20, at First Christian Church of
Lake Butler. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the
Pine Haver Children's Home, cle
First Christian Church, 155 NW
1 St., Lake Butler, FL 32054.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Teffie MyerS
CALIFORNIA-Terrie Leigh
Dixon IVJyers, 52, of Hemet,
Calif. died Thursday,- Oct. 8,
2009, at her residence following
an xrtendedeillness.born in Orange
Park and was a former resident of
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Ricard.
She is survived by: a daughter'
Terra Jade Myers of San Diego,


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third down of the night. On
third-and-4 from the 34,
Mosley caught the toss sweep
right for 14 yards and a big,
homecoming first. down.
Mosley ran for 10 more yards
to the 10. The senior athlete
would earn six points on a 3-
yard bolt on a sweep right.
Mosley capped the drive with
a two-point run around-you
might have guessed it-the
right side for a 22-6 lead.
Toward the end of the first
quarter, the Blue Wave
inanaged some decent gains,
but needed a pass mterference
call to cross midfield. On
second-and-1 from inside the
Tornado red zorie, James laid.
down heavy pressure on Hunt
and dropped him for his first of
r esacksaonh h ni h Hunt
tbutcou nmove closdertlan
before the quarter expired.
Bradford's defensive
execution was flawless from
the second quarter on. Top to
bottom, the Tornadoes played
tough, ml take-free ball. They
started b blowing the Blue
Wave bac out of the red zone.
9fworpdlsay resnu ted inh ridosasn
19 from the 26. Hunt's pass to
the corner of the end zone to a
well-covered Fields landed out
of the field of play. On forth
down, Thombs had no play for
a touchdown and threw to
Goston, who was stopped after
a 9-yard gain.
Offensive penalties shut
down the Tornadoes' attempt
to shift field position until
fyler Cubbedge punted 34
yards from his own 16-yard
line. A clipping penalty on the

See BHS, p. 96


BY SHERMAN ROSS
Special to the Telegraph
Bradford's bid for a winning
season was ki-pt alive as the
Tornadoes crushed the P.K.
Yonge Blue Wave football
team 44-6 on homecoming
night on Oct. 16.
The Class of '79 members
who were in attendance for a
reunion were treated to the
first totally dominant
performance by the Tornadoes
(3-4) this season as they
dismantled the opposition.
Facing the winless Blue
Wave (0-6), a now healthy
Bradford team looked to
resurge after a close loss (27
22) to Union County last week.
"Most of the players who
missed that game were cleared
ha ca St HoBFrdads I
't'Wheawouldp veedl ejefoirnthhat
week so they could have
gotten some reps in practice."
Spirited play on both sides
of the ball would leave no
doubt the "Big, Red Machine"
was runnmg on all cylinders.
Taking possession first on
their own 35-yard line, the
Tuonrniandoes 3 iorthe ground
Donnelle Williams strong-
armed his way 27 yards
through the center of the Blue
Wave defense. He would
render the Blue Wave
defenseless on the next play,
barreling through the middle
and bouncing left, where he
outran the secondary for a 38-
yard score. The two-play, 64-
yard scoring drive took 56
seconds and put the Tornadoes
up 6-0. A bad snap negated the
extra point. .
P.K. alternated quarterbacks
in a shotgun spread, utilizin8
the scrambling of Carlon Hunt
ana' the arm of Ryan Thombs.
Oli a night where Bradford
defensive end Phillip James
broke a school record for
tackles by a freshman, neither
quarterback had much success
against the Tornadoes.
:However, Hunt's speed kept a
numberofpl yav in ing

$'re ta edbboent thi oon ve3n5t
:out of bounds. On the second
se f dow s, Hunt rolled a
defensive end Auntrell Jones,
eaving the. akup for grabs
Before sacked. Three
:: "rdG n-
intended target-and the ball
was tipped backward right in
the hands of wide receiver
D'ICaras Field, who crossed


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fohnerly of Palatka. She is a
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grandmother is Janice Nichols
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and her grandfather is the late
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She is also the daughter of
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sweep-right cutback run in for
two points, lifting the
Tornadoes to a 14-6 lead with
just two minutes gone in the
first period.
The "Big, Red 1) remed in
on Hunt and his receivers,
forcing a turnover on downs at
the Tornado 42 when Hunt s
pass on fourth-and-3 pass to
Field fell incomplete.-
Now, with their backs facing
the wrong side of the 30-yard
line, the Blue Wave blitz
y llanif jammed up the middle


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the goal line for a 27-yard
score. The Tornadoes blocked
the extra point, keeping the
score tied at 6-all.
CJ. Covington's 40-yard
kickoff return on the home
sideline was a crowd pleaser.
A facemask penalty on the
return earned the Tornadoes a
first-and-10 at the Blue Wave
20. Williams disrespected the
middle linebackers form P.K.,
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BY CLIFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School senior
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last opportunity to qualify for
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se enth-grademphome-schooled
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BY CLIFF SMELLY
- Telegraph Staff Writer
Runnin back Reggie
Thomas ri n for 162 of his 172
yards in the second half, while
quarterback Brantley Lott and
wide receiver Ryan Latner
hooked up for two scores in
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in the second half, helped

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possession but the last, which
consisted of two kneel-downs
by Lott to run the final minute
off the clock. The last scoring
drive consisted of nothing but
runs by Thomas, covering 72
yards in eight plays and
capped by Thomas' 1-yard
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The Villages (2-4) held the
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on offense in the first half,
scoring twice to take a 14-7
lead. Fullback Blake Counts
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the team's success that half,
carrying the ball 21 times for
110 yards and a touchdown.
"I was worried about us
being worn down after the first
half the way they kept us on
the field," Keystone head
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Keystone's defense did have
to make do without -the
services of linebacker Shane
Jennings, who was injured in
the first half, but the Indians
came out in the second half
and forced the Buffalo to go
three-and-out on their first
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committed several costly
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pitch that resulted in a lost of
25 yards on one promising
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posting a score of 91, which
was 14 strokes better than her
score in last year's tournament,
(She had a score of 112 in her
first district tournament
appearance two years ago.)
That left her trailing Oak
Hall's Lauren Gros, who had a
score of 80.
Keystone's Heather Wall
placed fifth for the Indians
with a score of 97. Katie
Strassberger and Ashleigh
. Hampton had scores of Ill
andll5,respectively.


team score of 414 to place
behind Oak Hall, which won
the district with a score of 382.
The top three teams qualified
for the Region 2 tournament,
which will be played Mondays
Oct. 26, at the University of
Florida's Mark Bostick Golf
Course. Santa Fe will join
Keystone and Oak Hall after
its score of 422 earned the
Raiders third place.
Roberts continued her
improvement in district play,


BY ChlFF SMELLY
Telegraph Staff Writer
I obyAnn Roberts finished
as individual runner-up to help
the Keystone Heights girls'
golf team qualify for regional
competition for the third
straight year with a second-
place showing at the District 4~
IA tournament, which was
played Oct. 19 at Turkey
Creek Golf and Country Club
in Alachua.
Keystone finished with a


In all, though, a Keystone
defense that allowed 200 yards
in the first half gave up just 51
in the second. Counts was held
to21yardsonsixcarriesinthe
second half.
"We challenged them at
halftime up front," Dickinson
said. "That's where we were
getting beat."
The Buffalo had scoring
drives of 80 and 73 yards in
the first half. The 73-yard
drive consumed all but five
seconds of the last 8:03 of the
second quarter, consisting of


17 plays, all but two of which
were runs. Counts capped that
drive with a 1-yard touchdown
run that put The Villages up
14-7.
Keystone, despite its limited
production and opportunities
on offense, was still in the
game. After falling behind 7-0
early in the second quarter on a
24-yard touchdown run by
Villages quarterback Aaron
Couture, the Indians tied the
game at 7-all when Latner
See KHHS, p. 9B


had just one par on the front
nine. /
Tate, meAnwhile, will
advance as well after fimshing
with a score of 79. That tied
him with two other players for
second behind Oak Hall's 3.D.
Tomlinson, who had a score of
69-
Keystone coach Ron
Hartman said Tate is naturally
gifted, but added the seventh-
grader has more to offer the
team than impressive skills.
Kyler is not only a great
player, but he is also a great
teammate," Hartman said. "He
nsma svitl1tothe relpwin
and their games. He cheers on
s rarnat s an doeserm et
mannered fis he is good at the
game of golf.
Keystone just missed out on
qualifying as a team, finishing
two strokes out of third place
with a score of 365. The top


three teams advance. Oak Hall
won the district championship
with a score of 311, followed
by Santa Fe (332) and
Chiefland (363).
Bradford placed fifth with a
score of 388. It was a bit of a
disappointment, Davis said, as
each player had his worst day
of the season at the
tournament. He estimated each
player was approximately 15
shots over his average-
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BY CLIFF SMELLY
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The two district games each
team has played up to this
P oint feature an average
margin of six pointsdbut the
difference that is, 1
Bradford is0-2
Bradford, which has won
two of its last three games
e 11 ternh ageta
to Tallahassee to take on the
Florida High Seminoles this
Friday, Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Florida High is 4-2 overall
but both of its losses have
come against Class 4A
schools. The Seminoles lost
16-6 to Lincoln and 34-14 to
Wakulla.
The Wakulia loss was
sandwiched between the
Seminotes' two district wins:
22-13 over East Gadsden and
16-14 over Fort White. Chase
Varnadore had quite the game
for the Seminoles in the win
over Fort White game, which
was Oct. 9 (the Semmoles had
a bye last week). Varnadore, a
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The Villages threatened to
score, driving-with the help
of a 15-yard penalty-to the
Keystone 12. A bad pitch by
Couture, though, backed the
Buffalo up to the 37. A 16~
yard reception by Counts set
up a third-and-14 play on
which Couturc's pass fell
incomplete. On fourth down,
Keystone's RJ. Buxton sacked
Couture for a 12-yard loss.
With 7:41 remaining in the
ame, Lott handed the ball to
homas eight straight times on
what was basically the same
play, Dickinson said. The
Buffalo could not stop
Thomas, however. He had a
pair of ?0-plus-yard runs and
set up his 1-yard score with a
9-yard run.
That basically clinched the
game, leaving a ball-control
Villages offense with just 3:22
to try to erase a two-
touchdown deficit. Keystone's
Winston Kicklighter prevented
the Buffalo from even getting
one score closer as he
intercepted a Couture pass at
the Keystone 19 with 50
seconds remaining.
Though it was not a district
game, the win was huge for a
team looking to get back on
track, Dickinson said. The
Indians, after a 2-0 start this
season, had dropped three in a
row by an average margin of
22 pomts.
"We needed this win no
matter what to get going back
the right way," Dickmson said.
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a 25-yard touchdown from
quarterback Dewayne Harvey.
Varnadore accounted for all
of the Seminoles' points as he
also made a huge impact on
special teams. Not only did he
kick the extra point after his
touchdown reception, ,but he
connected on field goals of 38,
41 and 43 yards. Two of his
three kickoffs were
touchbacks, while he also had
two punts for a 56-yard
average.
For the season, Varnadore
has touchbacks on 16 of his 20
kickoffs, while averaging 40
yards per punt. As a tight end*
he has 10 receptions for 177
yards and four touchdowns.
Harvey has completed 42-
of-84 passes this season for
517 yards, four touchdowns
and just one interception.
Harvey is also averaging 5
yards per rush attempt on 44
carries for 235 yards-
The Seminoles are averaging
151 yards per game rushing,
but suffered a blow early this
season when running back
Kelvin Farmer, who was
averaging 6 yards per carry,
suffered a season-ending
injury.


Defensively, the Seminoles
have allowed 165 yards
rushing per game and 88 yards
passing per game in their last
three games. For the season,
linebacker Garrett Davis has
69 tackles, while defensive
. back Josh Thomas and
linebacker Rodney Trammel
have 55 and 47 tackles,
respectively. Trammel also has
three sacks, while defensive
end Jordan Jackson leads the
teamwith7.5.
Florida High opened the
season with a pair of wins over
Florida A&M University High
School and P.K. Yonge by
scores of 28-0 and 42-6 before
Its loss to Lincoln. Though the
offense was held in check
against Lincoln, the defense
did create two turnovers, one
of which was a 51-yard
interception return for a
touchdown by defensive end
Jack Metz.
The Seminoles created two
turnovers in each of their two
district games.
Florida High is shooting for
its sixth straight playoff
appearance. The Semmoles
went (1-2 last year in reaching
the Class 28 semifinals.


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Bradford's J.R. Spears
just missed out on
regionals as a junior, but
advanced this year.

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Continued from page 88
The Tornadoes had the
third-best score going into the
tournament after osn
undefeated in the regular
season with a 15-0 record.
"It's kind of bittersweet "
Davis said
Still next year shows
promise as well as Spears and
Gary Jones are the team's only
seniors. Of the five who played
at the district tournament, two
were sophomores (Kyle Davis
and Justin Norman) and one a
junior(NickJohnson).
As for the Indians, they
finished the regular season
with an 8-4 record. They lose
only one senior in Stephen
Kennedy. Juniors Michael
Brown, Cory Cox and Adam
Table will rettirn along with a
group of young players led, of
course, by Tate. Tate led the
team this season with a nine-
hole average of 39.
"We have the potential to
have a special year next year,".
Hartman said.


Harley threw three
interceptions .in all, finishing
the game with 108 yards. His
final pack-the score by
Dorcely-occurred with less
than a minute left in the game.
- Prior -to that less, the
Hurncanes lost 35-14 to
district opponent Newbeny.
Harley completed 13-of-23
passes for 202 yards and
touchdowns of 11 yards to
AMn s Brown an 7ha s to
interceptions.
The Hurricanes gained just
47 yards on the ground agamst
Newberry, while Newbeny
rushed for 266 yards-
shLtH Kh ysk>nenMe nt ra
24-12 win over Eustis and a
20-14 overtime win over
1.zesburg. Against Eustis,
Vegas Harley threw
touchdown passes of 20 and 55
yards, while -Jordan Ozerities
scored on runs of 5 and 20


yards." -
Ozerities, who also plays
cornerback and recently
accepted a scholarship offer
from the Unsversity of Central
Florida,. scored the winning
rout:hdown. against Leesburg
on -tin38-yard run. He also
scorg, on a 60-yard pass from
Harley.
The Leesburg game also
featured an 80-yard touchdown
rug Co t lWhi headda
commitment.
After defeating Leesburg,
the Hurricanes lost 24-21 to
Tavares, but bounced back to
defeat Umatilla 40-2.
Keystone and IVIount Dora,
which went 6-4 as a Class 2A
school last year, played each
other in 2003 and 2004. The
Indians lost the 2003 game by
a score of 27-6, but came back
the following year to defeat the
Hurricanes 22-16.


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KHHS
Continued from page 8B

hauled in a pass from Lott
along the sideline and
sidestepped a would-be tackicr
on his way to a 68-yard
touchdown.
That play, though, was the
lone highlight of a half that
saw the Indians gain just 86
yards. The start of the second
half, however, seemed to be a
sign that things were about to
change.
Thomas, who had limited
touches in the first half, fielded
the second-half kickoff at his
own 5-the first time The
Villages kicked deep-and
returned it to the The Villages'
35-yard line. From there,
Thomas carried the ball six
consecutive times, gaining 27
yards to the 8. Two plays later,
Later caught his second
touchdown of the night on a 7-
yard pass from Lott. Darby
Johns PAT tied the score at
14-all approximately five
miriutes into the third quarter.
The Buffalo had good field
position following the ensuing
kickoff, but put themselves in
a first-and-20 situation after
being flagged for illegal
procedure twice. Kyle
Williams held Counts to a 3-
yard gain on first down.
Couture gained 10 yards after
that, but Counts gained just'4
of the necessary 7 yards on
third down, forcing The
Villages to punt.
The kick pinned Keystone
on its own 5, but the Indians
put together a 12-play scoring
drive that consumed
approximately five minutes.
Thomas carried the ball six
times for 60 yards, but had a
15-yard touchdown run
nullified by a holdisig penalty.
However, Latner caught a 25- .
yard touchdown pass from Lott
to put the Indians up 21-14.
ptner caught three passes


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Continued from page 78

return essentially made the
"""'.3 "M'"s""'had
back-to-back solo tackles for
no gain, resulting in a third-
down pass that was thrown out
of bounds on the Tornado
sideline. On fourth-and-10, the
Bradford punt rush got deep
. penetration. Covington burst
through just over the left side
of the long snapper and
launched his body in the
direction of the kicker's boot.
His clean block ricocheted the
ball toward the home side
I ebbac Ms eu Ar
scooped it up for
approximately a 10-yard score.
Cubbedge kicked the extra
%"ggy\61ead.
Second-half scores (11-yard
touchdown run by Covington,
u udc 3o narMnf's d
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game that was, at this pomt, a
.yorsons eonession. senior
fullback Ike Carter and some
Junior varsity tailbacks got a
chance to add to their stat
columns as the playclock
rolled in the fourth quarter.
Hoard, .despite the
convincmy wan, knows his
team can improve.
"I would-grade our game a
'B,"' he said."The kids played
hard. We had some problems
in the kicking game (kickoffs
Oilt of bounds) and we gave up
some big returns.
"Phillip James had a great
game. A lot of players came
back strong like DeSue and
Cubbedge. (Wide
receiver/defensive back) Chris
MejiBS (interception and third-
down .conversion) has shown
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BY CLIFF SMELLED
Telegraph Staff Writer
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County last year, but this
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Bradford (9-3 overpil prior to
Oct. 21) has been a number-
one seed in a district
tournament since 2000. That
(eam also went undefeated
against district opponents
during the regular season.
Bradford locked down the
number-one seed with its 3-2
(18-25, 25-19, 15-25, 25-19,
15-12) win over Keystone on
Oct. 13 in Starke. It was the
first time this season the
Tornadoes came out victorious
in a five-set match.
Tornadoes coach Tara
Tomlinson said Lakia' Bright,
as she has done all year, took
advantage of every attack
opportunity she had, while
Chelsea Jackson proved a
stro ededfenslave resence.job,"

Tomlinson said of Jackson.
Solid defensive play across
the board has not been much of
a problem for the Tornadoes
this season, Tomlinson said,
but what stood out about the
Keystone game was the fact
the team did not rely solely on
its defense. Tomlinson said the
players were more aggressive
offensively, which carried over
to their win over Union


County on Oct. 14 in Lake
Butler,
Though they had already
wrapped up the number-one
seed in the district tournament,
there was no chance of a
letdown against the Tigers,
Tomlinson said. Sure, she and
assistant coach Deac Story did
not tell the players they
already had the number-one
seed, but the fact the opponent
was Union County ensured the
players would be up for
playing. Tomlinson said it was
the type of effort Bradford
always puts forth against
Union, Keystone and Baker
County.
'Going into it, it's always'
We have to win against one of
those (teams),'" Tomlinson
said.

The Tornadoes did not
defeat Baker County the one
time they played the Wildcats
this season. In fact, all three of
Biadford's losses have come
against teams in the north
division of District 4. That is
why the players are so eager to
win two games and advance to
the Oct.29 district finale.
"They're looking forward to
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47 Commercial
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OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SO. FT OR 6,000
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Arsc rooom 83 f d
month, 903 sq. ft. Call
904-964-8272.
DOWNTOWN STARE Pro-
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$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
tieOand more provided.
(904) 364-8395 .

48 HOMES FOR
SALE
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call 904-964-4303 for ad-
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MIMOSA MANOR MH has
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50 For Rent
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a security deposit. Call
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640-1524.
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2005PALM HARBOR Triple-
wide,3000sq.ft.,heated,
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fireplace on 10 fenced
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n rtcWhitte 8$6
3470.
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W E R. DELUXE NOVA
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drawer file cabinet, adult
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n o s 2
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am 5 pm Thomas
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57 For Sale
BEOp- KINtG S ZE Pilb
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372-7490.
BED-OUEEN orthopedic
N npe r rd nsew
plastic with warranty Can
derive Sacr f c8e8 $120

BEBDRL uMcSErT 7 eece
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2nightstands.chestavail
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FOR RENT $450 per
rnonth 307 Country Liv-
ing Circle Melrose, Put
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KEYSTONE MH 3BR/2BA,
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Call904-364-9869
LAWTEY HORSE LOT
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904-769-3893
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IMPORTANT CUSTOMER INFORMATION: SEARS PRICE MATCH PLUS POLICY: RETAIL COMPETITORS: If you Ilnd a lower price on an identical branded item with the same features currently available for sale at another local competitors' retail store, Sears will match that price Plus, give you 10% of the difference. Just bring In
the original advertisement to a sales associate at the tiple of, or within 30 days after, your purchase. ONLINE RETAIL COMPETITORS: For online Prlce Malch Policy please see http://www sears.com/pricematch SEARS HOLDINGS:11 you find a tower price on an identical item (brand and model number) current available for sale
and delivery in yourarea.from.another Sears Holdin s retail format or webslte, Sears will match that price, but wlli not provide the additional 10% of the difference, All other rules for qualification apply. EXCLUSIONS: Sears will not price match.competitors items that are limited in quantity, offered for sala for ess than six hours
during a day or offered for sale during the day after hanksgiving Sears will not price match competitors' bonus or free offers, special offers, bundled offers, rebates, financing offers, coupons, clearance or closeout prices, or prices on used, damaged, returned, open box or display merchandise Sears will not price match services.
Sears will not match typographical errors or Competltors' prices that result from a price match. Photo copies of advertisements or precepts will not be accepted as ve(lfication of competitor pricIng, For other exclusions and further details see store associates or visit www.sears.com/prIcematch SEARS4N-STOCK PROMISE ON
ADVERTISED ITEMS: We try to have adequate stock of advertised items. When out-of-stocks occur, Sears will offer: an equal or better item at the advertised price, or a raincheck for the advertised item. Limited offers, special orders and items not normally available at if Sears store are excluded. ALL ON SALE EXCLUSIONS:
Special Purchases, Great Price items, clearance, closeouts, water heaters, Weber, Glft Cards, and protection agreements. SEARS SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE for errors or omissions. In the event of an error, we will make every effort to accommodate our customers S RS RETURN POLICY: Our goal is that you are completely
satisfied with your purchase. If for any reason you are not satisfied, simply return your purchase in its original packaging, with your receipt within 90 days of your purchase. 30 days for Home Electronics and Mattresses for a refund or exchanoe. If you are not saltsfied with your purchase after these time periods, please let us know.
Your satisfaction is important to Sears. A 15% restocking fee apples on select Home Appliance. Home Electronles, Home improvement. Sporting Goods, Household Goods, Lawn & Garden and Automotlve products not returned In the orlgInal box, unused and containing all original product ackagin and accessorIes. SpeclaI orders
cancelled after 24 hours of purchase are subject to a 15% order cancellation fee. IMPORTANT DEFERRED INTEREST PROMOTIONAL OFFER DETAILS (WHEN OFFERED): FRIANCE.011gl(GES accrue on a promotlonal purchase from the date of the purchase at the regular purchase rate n effect rom time to time and atI accrued
FINANCE CHARGES for the entire promotional patiod will be added to your account if the purchase ly not paid.in full by the end of the promotlanal period or if you default under your card agreement. Making the minimum monthly payment will not pay off your promotional purchase in time to avoId FINANCE CHARGES. With credit
approval, for qualifying purchases made on a Sears card (Sears Commerclat One* accounts excKided) Sears Home Improvement Acc0Unt" valid on installed sales only Offer is valid for consumer accounts in good standing and is sub ect to change without notice. May not be combined with any other credit promotional offer.
Promotional offers of 14 months or more require minimum monthly payments as disclosed in the offer Sears cards: A.Pup to ggAQ%, but if your account has a vanable APji, the APS is up to 10,99% as of 8/3/09 and may vary Lower rates may apply MINIMUM MONTHLY FINANCE CHARGE: $2. See card agreement
for details including when the default rate apples. Sears cards are issued by Citibank (South Dakota) NA Sears Solutions cards are issued by HSBC Bank Nevada, NA Offer is only valid for consumer accounts in good standing See card agreement for rates and minimum payment information applicab so your account. For New
Sears Card accounts: As of 9/11/09, AERfor purchases 2324%; Default AE|12940% (rates may vary) Minimum FINANCE CHARGE: $2 See card agreement for details including description of the minimum payment calculahon and when the default rate applies. Offer is only valid for consumer accounts In good stand ge See cani
agreement for rates and minimum payment information applicable to your account. The Sears Card is issued by Citibank (South Dakota) N.A. Sears Solutions Cards are issued by HSBC Bank Nevada, N.A. Sears is a registered trademark of Sears Brands, LLC. Sale dates as noted above unless otherwise Indicated. This a rtisement
includes many reductions, special purchases and items at our everyday low prices. Outlet stores excluded. Environmental surcharges extra.
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