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Bridlle Leanna Darby, 5, and
Felicitiy Rose Darby, 5 months.
Photo provided by Lauren
Wright.

.OCOVery,,

010Uming fOllOW

fatal accident:

BY DAN~HILDEBRAN
S. Stalr~eJourrali.com, Editor

The 5-rear-old girl critically injured
in a Nov. 7 crash on west Madrlison
Street continues to recover. One of the
youngster's relai~t s. L~auren Wright,
w\rote that Brielle Leanna Darby made
it through a three-hour procedure. last
Thursday to straighten t ertebrae and
niuldsdoindgreat, Wright vrot on
Starkelournal.com's Facetbook profile.
nSh acuallic r\alr ha3 ~ S is 3L
.Meanwhile, the child's family is still
coin withethe ~eath of S5-rnoth-old

also hurt in the' collision. According
to a Florida High\\ al Patrol report, th
baby was pronounced dead Nov. 8.
That same report stated the car both
children wecre in~driven by their mother.
30-year-old Danielle: Marie Florence-
Darby~, w\asj traveling westbound on
State Road 100 at I 1:35 a.m. last Mon-
da. The: driver lost control of the 2006
Kia and traveled across the eastbound
lane of S.R. 100, jumped a concrete
curb and traleled along the sidewvalk.
The car then tracked back across the
high\\ al onto the north shoulder \r here
it struck a1 street sign. fence and tree be-
fo~re shopping.
In~testigatorj added~ that all three of
the \t hic~le s occupants wetre weanng
seat hells.or wetre restrained, and thal
charges related to the crash are pendf-
.ing.


u I^ARK J. cRAWYFORD
Te~legra~ph Eduor L

Bradford County School Sufperin-
tendent Beth Mqore' told the school
board Nov. 14 that she wo~uld continue
to fight the city of Stark~e ot~er the dis-
trict's electric bills.
A previous comparison of rates
shared w~ith the city showed the school
district could hale sated 621.8,000 in
one year bi being serierd bly another
power provider. After beirig told costs
were coming down, the district ran an-
other arialysis and found it still paid the
city of Starke $193,000 more than it
would have paid another proviider over
the last,1ear.
The city has refused to charge the
school distrier Jess than the commercial
rate for power and has refused to re-
lease the school district to another pow- .
er pro\ i err. Instead. M~oore said the city
fabricatedJ information about ho\\ mtich


7


SBY MARK J. CRAWFOdRD
TL7,S'gh' h Editor .

American Legion Post 56 Command-
er Roy Miller opened the 20 11 Veterans
Day Ceremony .in Starke ah~d welcomed
Steven Salyer as the guest speaker.
Salyer, CEO of Shands Starke alid a
former Marine Corps captain, recalled
the 10'h anniversary of the Sept. I1,
2001, terrorist attacks. After being at-
tacked, being at w\ar for. 10 years, and
the struggle of economic recession, the .
couintry is tired, Saly:er said. It's more
important than ever that Amnericans
honor veterans bqcausty of proposed
budget cuts that wpuld neg~atherl ijm-
liact 'active duty service memlbe~rs .inJ
t erlerns. That includes cuts t oe'duca-
tion benefits, retiredi~ent benefits, medi-
cal benefits, etc.
Salyer said history has shoxn when
the country~ is tired facing financial dif-
ficulties,.an ariti-military sentiment can
rear its head, so be asked the' crowd to
be cautious that doesn't happen now\.
"There's no greater need in hiiptory
than now for the support of our military


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Man sentenced in DUI manslaughter case

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Holiday means
early deadline
TLhe Thanksgiving edition of the
Bradford County Telegraph for Nov.
24 will be printed a day early so it will
be a\ailable prior (0 the holiday Dead-
line for submissio-.ns \\ill be mor ed to
:Monday at noon, and classified ads for
that week will be due .by .Monday at 3
p.m. The paper will be available for
purchase Tuesda) afternoon.and it wll
be in mailboxes on WLedlnesda\.
The schedule will return to normal
the followiing week, with submissions
Idfe by M~onday at 5 p.m. and' classified
.ads by Tuesday at noon.
The oFfice will be closed on Thuri-
day~i~ and Fr~iday, Nov. 2-l' and 2 .




Co~me b~y a nd
.WiSh theri7 well
The community is invited.,to` conie
out and support the Bradford High
Sch-ool foojtball team before plaie~rs
lease for their playebff game at Raines
Hiigh Scho~ol on Friday, Nov. 18. The
buse$ will arrive on campus around.
4.30 p.m., and Principal Rick Stephens
has invited, everyone out to give the
team the proper send-off.`
The c~ommunity,is also encouraged
to support the team at the game, which
willl begin at Raines, 3663 Raines Ave.
in.Jacksonl ille, at 7:310 p.m.




Bus~ accident
training Set fOr
~ Thursday
Multiple agencies will be partici-
pat ng hIn a train ng z~rcise involvi g
eme ency r sponders this \jr f'sOf -

fice. Bradford Count! I mergenc\ Ser-
3ices, local fire departments, and the
Bradford Count\ School Board is in-
\colled in the exercise: that will be con -
ducted on Thursday. No\. 17. starting
at: 10 a.m. The scenario invol\ es a roll-
oveterash of a school bus with multiple
injuries. The objecti\ es of the exercise
include on scene response,' communi-
car ions, responder and patient safety,
mutual aid assistance and ex aluati'ng
thie~mergency procedures of the jchool
.board and public saftel agencies.
E~ie exercise will play /out off Stlte
Road 230 at the dri \er tram i ng complete
near the Bradf~ord-Cla.1 counr\ line -
H'hile the exercise will be. in an iso-
laned area. driters along S.R. 230 east
of Starke \ ill see an increase in emer-
getncy vehicle traffic on Thursday.
FIBeth the Brad~ford County Sheriff's
Office and Bradford County Emer-
g~ency Management want residents to
k~no!\ that in spite of the appearanceodf
emergencies vehicles that the training ex-
ercise is being conducted under specific
condition and obsertr aiion- to enhance .
t cunts's response to the major-in-
:; ht
:For more' information, contact PIO r
TM'ihael Heeder at 352-7415-1600 or
904-3275;6336




Come learn about
S~lar energy
The city of Stark 'will be hosting a
"Giben Celebration" on Friday. Dec. 2,
from, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. to demonstrate
:the firy statiori's ne~w.solar PV system.
IThe e\ e'nt \\ill be held outside the fire
station. Everyon'e is invilted to attend to
learnl more about the new sy.stem. Re-
freshments w\ill be served.


The man \\ho?
hin an AT&r em-
ployee on State
Road 100 East,
near Hope Baptist
Churrch.in Feb-
ruary, killing the
worker, was sen-
tenced to 15 years
with the D~epart-
mnent o~f Correc-,


tions Monday .af- Whdit6
ternoon,
David Michael Whiie, 50, pleaded no
contest, to DUI manslaughter,
According to the Florida Highway
.Patrol and thet Bradf~ord County~ Sher-
iff's Office, While \\us dri\ ing a i000
PI) mouth vati eastbo~und when .he
drpve off the road and struck Jason D.
Wisham of Palatka. Wisham was work-
ing at. the base of' a unilit; pole when ht
vas hit. Emergenc! w\orkers transport,
ed the 29-year-old~ to Shands UF where
he wvas pronounced dead.
'Proseculors original! charged the
50-year-old wvith \ehicular homicide,
w~ith DUI marnslaughter and\ with gare-
less driving w\ith a suspended license
resulting in death. In e\change for his
plea to DUI manslaughter, the State
Attorney 's office dropped the other
two charges. After Judge Y~sleta W.
Mcaonald accepted White's plea, she'
could have sentenced White to between
four and 15i years. But before she pro-
npunced White's punishment, the vic-
tim's family addressed ~the judge.
Debra Wisham, the~victim's mother,


I~ijbrai Wisham, the mother cif Jason Wisham, said after David
White's sentencing that she didn't think White felt remorse over
killing her son, its a car crash, Feb. 4*


asked the .jtidge to impose- the maxi
mum 15-year term. ~She told ~McDon-
aid about her life after her son's death.
While. Debra Wisham spoke, White sat
ul a \yheelchair with his face burried iri
his hands.
"Our lies we~re shu~ttered because of
the choices Dal id While made," she
said. .
"'For Jason's .30th birthday," she con-
tinued, "we had to visit his gravesite."
"I find my self in the store," she said,
"t~rying to finld somelone: who looks like
SJason. Arid then I follow\ him, just try-
.ing to get a glimpse of Jason again."
Other family members also asked
McDonald to i mpose t he~ maximum sen-


tence, and said the defendant showed a
lackc of remorse. They cited his three:
prior DUI convictions to support their
Sretquest for the 15-year term.
White's mother also spoke to Judge
McDonald, and asked for leniency.
"I1 can't defend my son," said Sylvia
Allison, "but I can ask for mercy."
Finally, it was David White's turn to
speak.
"I'd.Iike the Wisham family to know
that I do have remorse," he said. "I'm
terribly sorry. If f~could take it back, I
would. I hope that they will forgiite the
someday."


djie school district was costing the city.
Moore sltid the ciLy 5 socoalledc luel
adjustment should really be called a
cost adjustment because the city is not
recovering the cost of energy but as-
sessing customers an additional amount
to help pay for the cost of general goir-
ernment.
Moore said the school system is paid
for by taxpayers within the city and also
,'many who live outside of the city. S~e
said she doesn't understand hol ex-
pecting non-city taipaierj to- pay for-
city government is jusifIiable.
"Until somebody tells me I'm wrong,
I'm going to continue to pursue and see
if we can't save this $200,000 a year in
one way or another," she said.
School board attorney John Coo-
per said he is lookirig at the legality of
the city passing on a fuel adjustment
.charge to the` schooll district,. and the to
' the county, too, for that matter. Cooper
said


"Cities are j1ust like counties and just
Ilke school districiig. They can only levyi
those charges- authorized by statute,".
Cooper said. "I think if we could showv
the city of Starke is using this fuel ad-
justment jurcharget as a general revepue
source-and I think clearly-that's what
it is--it constitutes an imnlawful tax.
That could be .true not uolh for
~schools, but residents, tooi, .Cooper
said.
Legal ~or not, almost all of the mu-
nicipalities wvithi electric utilities list
some amount offuel or cost adj ustment
on top of their rates. and elen in\.estor-
owned utilities and cooperai~tes show. v
some- kind .of costl adjustmemt on their
bills.
PAfter approaching the city commis-
sion more than once and I'eceiing no
relief, Moore appealed to~ the local ley-
islative delegations last month. \ which
voted to support a resolution ca3llinl! for
a state audit of the city *


and our veteranss" he said.
~Sal~yer likewise challenged every
veteran in attendance to be of greater
service to their country and their fel-
low veterans than when they when,they
wvore thie unify orm.
"tYou ~hale to t.ake action where
there'8inaction," he said. "We need to
stand up for our veterans, stand up for
our acti ve duty service menibers."
That includes joining one of the
.many~ vo~ileans gi-oilps5 that exist, giving
financiallS:.to the~charities that benefit:
them, speaking ivell' of them and pray-
ing for them.
Salyer is the' son of Burke and Polly
Salyer, anid his father w\as a Marine
Corps captain:.He .is 'married to Katy'
Salver, and they hav~e three daughters,
Ellie, Evie and Emma.
According to his bio, Salyer is a 2000
graduate of East Tennessee State Uni-
versity wvho entered ~Marine Corps Of-
ficer Candidate School arid w\as sworn
in to the Urnited States Marine Corps
as a second lieutenant by his f'ather in
July of the same ycar. Following basic
school, he w\as assigned to Camp Pend-


American Legion Post 56 Chaplain Billy Nix and Commander Floy
Miller pray at the commencement of the Veterans Day ceremony in
Starke.


leton. Calif'., as an aviation supply of-
ficer. He joined the 3'' Mar~ine Aircra~t


See VETS page 3A


Phone (904) 964-6305


*Fax (904c) 964-8628.


MOOTO vows to keep fighting electric costS


Support urged for

081100 s military veterans


689076 6"3869


Deadline Monday 5 p.m~. before publication *





2A Bradford County Telegraph Thuwrsday, Nov. 17, 2011


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SReg'ional News/Sports Editor
;Postseason play' forl the Brad-
for~d and Ulnion County. football
teams begins Friday, Nov. 18,
\ ith the Tornadoes taking to the
rbad and the Tigers staying home
to Play within the confines of the
Jungle.
SUnion, the top-ranked team in
Class IA and champion of Dis-
stict 7, ivill host the Wildwood
Wildcats at 7:30 p.m Wildivood
(ij-4 ivas in the running for the
District 8 championship until
losing 28-14 to the Villages oil
Nov.4.
The Wildcats put. together
three straight wins'after a sea-
spn-opening, 35-0 loss to Class
43A South Sumter'. They defeated


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*Neck & Back. Pain We're. cheering for you!


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Bradford Tornadoes
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,Congrat Bradford Tomnadoes!!!:
BOSI Of LUCk in the playoffs:
and we'll cheer you _
: t ~AI The Wayto State!

.Bradford County School Board
Beth Moore ~ Superintendent


GO BIG REDI!!


8Bradford Tornadoes.Wshn t
,Ith6e best in the playoffs!

"T~he Undisputed Price Leader!"


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Southeast Division'
Champion GIANTS
salute the BRADFORD TORNADOES football:
team on making it to the state playoffs
.JOin the GIANTS for our exciting Season 2 opener
On Dec. 3 at Jacksonville Veterans Arena @ 7 pm.
More info at www.jacksonvillegiants.com.


Brooksville Cergral 52-0, Eustis
.35-21 and Crescent City 35-6.
Wildivood also has w\ins ov;er
Lecanto, Pierson TIaylor and Or-
angeivood Christian. Aside from
Soulth Sulmter and the Villages,
losses have come against Bel-
lev'iew and Williston,
Williston is the one common
opponent Wildivood and Union
have played. Wildwvood lost to
Williston bjy a score of 375-28,
w~hile~ Union defeated the Red
Devils 45~-22.
The Wildcats are scoring an
.alerage of 30 points' per game.
Quarl~terbck Sean Hensley has
bcn' a big part of the offense.: In
the wvin or er Central, he rushed
for 104 yards on 10 carries and
completedj eighi: of 13 passes
for 130 lard~s and a touchdown,


The players and coaching staff of the ~2011~ Bradford High Tornado football team.
while against Crescent City, he toauciidolits. He had a 195-yard Wi~llistpn.
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John Coojper Board Attorney


viviian chappell Chairpergon
Randy Jones Vice Chairman
Archie Kettles Board Memnber


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,Thursday, Nov.17, 2011* Bradford County Telegraph


AT RIGHT: Speaker Steven L4
~-~ Salyer talks about the .
~importance of standing up ~ ~ i
for veterans.


Wing,Marine Av.iation Logistics Itk
squadronn 39, to support Marine ~
kit Group 39.
SIn January 2004, he was as- .
signedd to the 1 I'" Marine Ex;-
~editionary Unit, which wvas
reassigned to support military y
Operations in Iraq. Salyer was
(assigned as the assistant aviation
jupply officer, and the unit sup-
ported 12 flying squadrons.
I Salyer \\as promoted to cap-
iain and assigned to headquar-
brs upon returning from Iraq and
earned his MlBA from the New
Ycirk- Institute of Technology.
We left active duty',and joined.
~ealth Management Associates S
$ a hospital administrator. In U
.gme 2006, he became COO for.
Jarton Regional Medical Center
iETullahoma, Tenn., and was
promoted to CEO of Shands traditional laymig of the \wreaths.
Stake Regional Medical Cen- each from a local organiza-
lpr in October' 20 10.` He recentl) tion including Daughters of the
.1pined the Alachua-Bradfordl American Revolution. United
Spunty Workforce Board. Daughters of the Confederac~.1
a Bill Dampag..ggymanderand~ American Legion-,Post. 56 and
~i Post 56: aI~hd some veterans its Ladies Au~iliatr\. VFW Post
i~ar visible r~gfis~f th r service 1016 and its Ladiei, Autiliar),
nd others do not, but saying a Woman's Club olStarke,the city
imple thank you to someone of Stark~e manager, the Down-
who has served can mean more towvn Girls of Starke Relay for
t% rhem~ thlan all of the awards ife team. Dow nlow~n Business
tigSY were_ ever presented. He Communit\ Association.and the
also encouraged veteranis''family citizens of Bradford Count\ .
tzhemers to talk to them about Sean Jones playedl taps, while
their experiences in service. JROTC member Cod) Hanker-
: Boy Scout Troop 70 and son read the w ords.
Itnights Templar carried out the '


Bradford High School JROTC members participating
included (at top) Jennifer Lewis, Emily Potter, Julia
Dyals, (beneath them) Ben Jackson, Matt Norczyk and
(top left) Cody Hankerson.


CO rili t to bei ng
Bobacco~-free
iToday, Thursday, Niov. 17,
rharks the 36th Great .Ameri-
jan Smokeoul spo~nsored by the
.)merican Cancer Society. The
1)radford -County Tobacc~o-Free
Partnership. the Florida Depart-
rji'ent of 'Health and Tobacco
17@@ Florida are celebrating this
event by encoliraging ~Floridians
to Commit to being tobacco-free
fipr 2-1 hours on Thursday.
; The ~Great American Smoke-
c@~challenges smokers to plan
ip Advance to quit smoking that
clay, or to use the day to make
a! plan to quit. A comprehensive
quit plan is an esjential parr of a
successful quit attempt.
IThe event raises awareness
about the clangers of smoking
and the many effective resources
a ~ailable to successfully quit.
Tobacco use is the leading
preventable cause of disease and
- remature death in' the' United
Stf~tes. Cigarette. use alone results
ill an estimated 28,700 deaths
in _Florida each year. Despite.
the known dangers of smoking,
retire than 2.5 million Florid-
ia ,. or 17.1 percent of the adult
oyulation, are current cigarette

sm kt tere's good news. From
2:007 to 2010, the smoking rate
foS adults in Florida decreased by
1:8 6 percent, resulting in nearly
50),000 few\ei smokers. About
60- percent of adults in the state
who have ever smoked have quit
and there are more former smok-
ets in Florida than current smok-
er-s.
i Seven out of 10 adult smok-
e-s. report that they want to quit
completely. In 2010, 52.8 per-
cent of cigarette smokers in Flor-


ida made a qurl auermpt. Those
\\ho wetren'r successfully should
continue using becaujre most
former smokers make several
attempts befioret finally quitting
permanently. In fact', the average
smoker attempts to quit between
Eight and 11 times before ulti-
mately quitting for good.
STobacco Free Florida offers a
number of, free and ~convenient
resources to help smokers quit.
*Phone: Call the Florida Quit-
line at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW to
speak with a Quit Coach w~ho
will help you assess youlr addic-
'tion. and help you create a per-
sonalized quit plan.
Online: Enroll in the Web
Coach, which will help you~ cre-
ate ~your own web-based quit plan
that's right for you. Visit www.
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Experts tapped for self-defense class
:BY MARK J. CRAWFORD! ening enough to en- 4 ;j~~~
STelegraph Editor courage anyone t i -nr a .


Two classes of primarily
omenn learned the basics of how
i look out for themselves, avoid
eisky: situations and protect them-
sel\es in a physical confrontation'
with an attacker.
9: The class was led by Milton.
lirinson and Travis Baird as part
~f the teen and adult program of-
(eri'ngs at the Bradford County:
Public Library. Both wvork for
Ehe~ Florida Department of Cor-
igotions, and Brinson also works
hith the Starke .Police Depart-.
inent. Both me~n are certified in-
Sstructors in defensit e tactics and
firearms.
.0 H -our one: of the two-hour class
w as spent ~talking about- how~ to
Sstay out of trouble bi being aware
Of` .our en\ irnment and pmrtect-
ing lour personal information.
Brinsorn said that knowledge can
keep you out of situations \\ here:
4ou need physical self-defense,
and that's always preferable.
Brinson said the state has most
than 100.000 inmates at any tim~e;
many of them violent, arid of
those who are released.one-third
of them n ill reoffend. They seek
out easy~ targets, so it's im~portant
:not to be an easy target.
'One's 'appearance and habits
can give away ~a lot of informa-
tion, but people also leavi: infor-
mation in their car or post it on:
social networking sites without
protecting it fam praying eyes.
Facebook and similar sites have
simplified stalking in some
ways, and there are additional
web sites where criminals can
find out public information about
yoau home or vehicle. Even dated
gicery .store receipts can tell
someone` where and` when you
go shopping, not' to mention how
much you spend.
;No one~ is going to take care
of ou like you will, Brinsort
said, aird it's y~our responsibility .
Be ~aware of your surroundings.:
When you go somewhere, your
awareness should increase;when
you pull into the parking lot.Park
aw~ay from vehicles. particularly
dstipicious ones wvith individuals
waiting inside. If possible, avoid
going to grocery stores and malls
after sundown n hen more crimes
take place.
You can tell a lot by observing
pb~ople's body language, so it's
important not to unintentionally
Iet criminals kinow\ yo' Ai
bie: carring something oflirillie,
Likewise. y~ou should pay atten-
tion to those you see around you
in public to see if y you're being
watched or followed.
SIf you carry a weapon, train
With it, Brinson said :Situational
aswareness carr also help yotrfitad
ar'weapon of opportunity like a
set of keys or, at home, a sharp
picture frame.
Lock your home and. vehicles
when- you're away ~from home~,
and when you're at home. Crim-
inals -look for places thej,'don't
have to break ini to, Brinson said,
so don 1 be an easy target.
Never go any\w here n ilh an at-
tacker. he stressed. The statistics
Aln't good, Brinson said, add-
rg he would rather someone ~he
j1 ~ed be killed on the spo~l than
e~n some hetre they might
j.er be found. If someone tries
tc~ake yoFu, you should claiv,
~ck and scream--anything it
a jes to get aivay;
:While Biinson spent most
pl his time discussing defense,
Baird told students more about
i\Ihat they have to be afraid of.
.aird has worked on death row
tid spent time with killers like
panny Rolling. To emphasize'
how\ dangerous some criminals
can be. he talked about how :
Rolling stalked his \iclims,
made e~ntr into their homers. hid '
;n their ~losers and n~aikd until
tihey n\ere asleep to mlurderr thjem.
Though he said he toned it dow\n,
the information was still fright-


"We are very fortunate: to have
these two certified instructors in
our community. Officer Milton
Brinson and Officer Travis Baird
have a genuine concern fror the
well-being of oth~ers. For them',
law enforcement isn't just a job;
it s all about serving' the comniu-
nity." '
Not only did they offer their
expertise for free, Paddock said',
bjut they came out off a Saturday
as well,
She hopes to bring them back
to the library for future classes,
including it class on the~ safet han-
'dlidg of weapons.
The 'laiss n\\as by no means
comnpre~hnsite. but served as
an introdue~ion f~or f`Iuture work.
For more infontiation on self-
Jel~~enle classes, anyone can coin-
Lactl Brinson at 3752-226-5261 or
.the: World Marital Arts Academy


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~i iwanis Terrific Kids at Hampton Elementary School for the first nine weeks were
r recently named. Pictured above with Principal Brenda Donaldson and Kiwanian;
0,eff Johnsori are Tessa Caulk, Sabrina Almodovar, Brinley Carter, Denelle Williams,
!Kristine Williams, Kiera Hymes, Kyndel Bowers, Ryan Jones, Mia Thomas, Gavin
iSwan, Elile Salyer and Madison Mitzel.


I hope everyone had a relax-
ing three-day weekend. Af-
ter this week we have a long
Thanksgiving break. Be careful
if you ~are planning'on hunting.
Safety comes first! Don't forget
to give thanks on T'hanksgiving
Day also. We often forget how
blessed we are in America.
The football team will be go-
ing to Jacksonville this Friday
for their playoffs game. It will
take place at Raines High School
at 7:30 p.m. The boys need as
much support as they can get.












JOin -Sarifia for
brea kfast
Start the Christmas season
off right by attending Starke EI-
ement~ary School's Santa Break-
fast on Saturday, Dec. 3, fr'om
8:30-10 a.m. Breakfast includes
pancakes, sausage or bacon,
fruit, and milk, juice or coff~ee.
It's $4 for adults and $3 for chil-
dren through age 12.
In addition, Santa Claus will
be available for pictures for $2
each, and the Santa ~gift shop will


Try and make it out to the game
if you can!
Wednesday is early release.
School will get out at 1:10! E~-
ery~ early release is .different.
Each month the classes you go
to switches. This month's early
release is periodls i", .3", and 5Ph.
Next month's classes w\ill be 2nq
I'h. and 6th periOd. Make sure you
are going to the correct classes
each month!
If you have forgotten, See You
at the Pole is still being held evi-
ery Wednesday morning in the


be open for shoppers.
Purchase tickets for chances
to win a vacation. Each $1 ticket
comes with three chances to win
family fun days in St. Augustine,
Jacksonville or Wild Adventures.
Door prize tickets for additional
prizes are 50O cents for adults and
25 cents for children. You don't
need to be present to win any of
t:he drawings ~
Fo~r more information, filease
all 904-966-604~.









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Greater Bethlehem Free
Will Baptist Church. I 101
Ash St. In Starke. Is hosting an
inaugu~ral gojpel celebration
on No-\. 19 at h.30 p.m. L ilh
performances by Compan! of
Praise: of` Gainest ille, Pastlor
Sims of St. Augustine, Dorsett
Chapel Ulnited Church of
Spencer, Nr.C., Sold Chyld and
A&A Mightly Tones of Starke,
and many more. All aIre invited
to the celebration.

Pine Level Baptist Church
w~ill host the David Warren
family, which will minister in


music~ on Sulnda~. No 20. al
I I a.m. E\ ern on is im\ ited.
For more Infocrmation,, plea3se
contact 904,--964-6490.

St. Mlatthew Free Mlethodist
Church \\ ill hate celebranron
of life in honor of Rebanner
Jackson on Sunday, Nov. 20,
at 3 p.m., and everyone is
invited.

Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
will hold a men's day program
Sulnday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m.
with special guest minister
Videll Williams from Faith


Bible Church in Sanderson.
All are invited.

E-mail thze details of your
congregation's upcoming
spedanl events to editor@
bctele-graphz.com. DEADLINE :
IS MONDA Y AT 5 P.M.


courtyard. It starts at 8:45 a.mJ.
Everyone have a splendid
week at school, and an awesoth'6
Thanksgiving break! Try not'thj
miss me too much. I know, :it
would be hard for: me, too. Jaig
kidding! Don't forget to eat lIt~s
of turkey!
SQuote~ of the week: "Let us re-:
member that, as much has begis
given us, much will be expected
from us, and that true homage
comes from the heart as well as
from the lips, and shows itself in
deedss" -Theodore Roosevelt''


Library's third annual Senigr
Reading Tree offers an opportu
nity for patrons to spread sort@
holiday cheer., Visit the library
and pluck a tag from the Senior
Reading Tree. Each tag will have
the name of a senior citizen froin
a local nursing home along with
their Christmas wish list.
Gifts (new, not used) shotild
be turned in at the library tiiji
wrapped by Dec. 9, then, thle
library elves will take it frorii
there, sorting and wrapping ihe
gifts, which will be delivered to
the weekof Dec. 19.
Help the library give the gift of
:reading. Monetary donations~iin
support of the' program can also
be mailed to or dropped off at the
library, For more information,
.please call 904-368-391 1.


Comcast, Berkowitz, Dick, Pol-
lack &r Brant, Pollo Tropical and
Florida Lottery.
To learn how you can support
Take Stock in Children of Brad-
ford County's Strides For Educa-
tion SK walk/run as a participant,
volunteer or sponsor, please call
9(M-964-7776 or visit give.take-
stockinchildren.org. .


ClaSS Of '87

plan Ring feUn100
The Bradford High School
Class of 1987 will be hosting a
reunion planning meeting this
Saturday, 'Nov. 19, from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Western Steer
Steakhouse. All interested par-
(ies are welcome to attend. Feel
free to email amunsona@aim.
<'comn 'S.:yolandihank~erson@> a-
hoo.coi~for more details.


VWM meets

tOnight
VFW Post 1016 will meet
Thursday, Nov, 17, at 7 p.m. at
the post home. Commander Bri-
an Wyatt will preside
Membership information is
available at the post home, locat-
ed on North Bay Street in Starke
behind New Method Cleaners on
U.S. 301 '


~ake Stock success."
~nno nces walk Take Stock in C~hildren aims to
nnO~COS alk have a few thousand participants
~o rise undsstatewide as a part of tilis first-
O fai~ fundsever fundraising effort, which
~Of Students will raise much needed funds to
jjTake Stock in Children -of >roijde college scholarships for
Bradford County will be one of low-mncome students. With ris-
ay programs across the state ing tuition costs and significant
presnt ts naugralStrdesincreases of other college-related
rEducation 5K walk/run at expenses, children throughout
a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19, at. Florida are struggling more than
hand StrkeReginalMedcalever to achieve their dreams of a
Center. college education.
The event is part of a statewide Tk tc nCide' Ki.
effort to raise college funds for open to all individuals, families,
Florida's low-income and at-risk companies and local organiza-
(outh. Take Stock in Children's tions, and will feature family-
Itrides For Education will Itake friendly activities, giveaways and
lpace simultaneously in Bre- much more.'Registration is $35
'vard, Collier, Escambia, Frank- Per person or $10 for students,
ilib, Immokalee, Lake, Lee, Mi- ivith all proceeds to benefit Take
f4m~i Q~~,anezmalm Beach Pine~llaj. Stock in Children,' a statewide
Earsol'a Asntes. hrlpipfdfit:: ttaga nization witffit
-~T~e' 'StrkIiir)l"ii Club has 16 year history of helping low-
~olunteered to provide a pancakeinoeada-skyuhrak
tbeakfast to all Bradford County the cycle of poverty by providing
participantss following the finish scholarships, mentors and hqpe.
pf te Strke ace.Take Stock mn Childreri of
"Take Stock in Children's Bradford County currently serves
trdes For Education 5K is the more than 27 students in grades
perfectt way to ~involve the local 6-12 annually.
Community in our efforts and Tk tc nCide s
help raise funding foi- oui-schol- currently seeking participants'
iais who desire to earn a postsec- VOlunteers and sponsors for this
oyldary education," said Carol statewide effort. .As an official
T-homas, program coordinator at 5K sponsor, you can join a host
Take Stock in Children of Brad- of major companies who sup-
fbrd County. "Our goal is to con- port the mission of Take Stock
t~inue growing our program each in Children amd help students
ypar soathat we may support even achieve their college dreams.
inore students along the path to Sponsors to date include the
Hellos Education Foundation,


terrific Kids at Hampton Elementary


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6A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Nov. 17, 201l


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AS FOLLOWS; COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
NORTHEAST !% OF SOUTHEAST
'. AND RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS, ALONG
THEl EASTERLY BOUINDARY
TH-EREOF 54600 FEET TO A
1-OUNn CONCRI-TE MONUMENT:
THEIINCE SOUTrH 87 DEGREES
18 MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST,
4111 18 FEEF TO A SET IRON ROD,
THI-NCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST,
PARALLEL WITH TH-E EASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST
'.. OF SOUTHEAST '/, A DISTANCE
OF 113.34 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST,
PARALLEL WITH LAST SAID
EASTER LY BOUNDARY. 26.09 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROD; THENCE
SOUTH 79 DEGREES 10 MINUTES
52 SECONDS WEST, 144.39 FEET
TO A FOUND IRON PIPE; THENCE
SOUTH 75 DEGREES 33 MINUTES
07 SECONDS WEST, 435.60 FEET
TO AN IRON PIPE FOUND ON
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE ROW OF COUNTY ROAD,
FORMERLY STATE ROAD 16;
THENCE NORTH 35 DEGREES
05 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG LAST SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY. 29.60 FEET TO A
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE NORTH 76 DEGREES
39 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST,
596 73 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING
A/K/A 5300 NW 196 WAY, STARKE,
FL 32091
Any person claiming an Interest In
the surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Iis pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on October 27. 2011
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 provisions of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL 32091, Phone No (904) 966-6280
within 7 working days of your receipt
of this notice, If you are heanng or
voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2011-CA-559
SUNSTATE FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION,
Plaintiff.
vs
THE NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA
YdMCA. INC.. A Florida Not For Profit
Corporation; SUNTRUST BANK, a
Georgia Corporation,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
STO CHAPTER45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
pursuant to the Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
October 27. 2011, entered In favor
of SunState Federal Credit Union,
Plaintiff, In this cause In the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit. I
will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, In the lobby of the Bradford
County Courthouse in Starke.
Flonida at 11:00 am on thle 8" day
of December, 2011. the following
desenibed property as set forth In said
Summary Final Judgment. to wit
As shown on Exhibit "A" attached
hereto and Incorporated herein by
reference
EXHIBIT "A"
PARCEL 1
A parcel of land lyingIn the Southeast
W of Northwest !0 of Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, In
the City of Starke. Bradford County,
Florida. said parcel being more
particularly described as follows.
Commence at an Iron rod found at
the Intersection of the Southerly
boundary of the right of way of Adkins
Street (a 60 foot right of way) with
the Easterly boundary of the right of
way of State Road #200 (U.S 301)
(a 74 foot right of way) and run South
18 degrees 43 minutes 37 seconds
West. along said Easterly boundary,
328 94 feet to a found concrete
monument; thence South 72 degrees
33 minutes 53 seconds East, 99.64
feet to a found Iron rod for the Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus desenibed, run North 17 degrees
33 minutes 22 seconds East, 110.06
feet to a found Iron rod, thence South


thnc~ice Smu11Iit /6 egrees 01 minutes
Eaist, a distance of 10057 feet,
thence South 4 degrees 53 minutes
West, a distance of 215.55 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
AND
A parcel oi land lying In the NW %/ of
the NE Wn of Section 33, Township 6
South, Ranige 22 East, In the City of
Starkte, Bradford County, Florida, and
being more particularly described as
follows.
Commence at the NE corner of said
NW W4 of NE '/ and run thence South
89 degrees 58 minutes West, along
the Northerly boundary thereof,
156.67 feet to a concrete monument;
run thence South 2 degrees 00
minutes East, parallel to the Easterly
boundary of said NW %/ of NE '/,
344.5 feet to a concrete monument,
run thence South 89 degrees 58
minutes West, parallel to aforesaid
Northerly boundary, 360 feet to a
concrete monument; run thence South
2 degrees 00 minutes East, parallel to
aforesaid Easterly boundary, 199.99
teet to a concrete monument for a
Pointi of Beginning.
From point of beginning thus
described, continue South 2 degrees
00 minutes East, 107.51 feet to a
concrete monument, run thence North
89 degrees 58 minutes East, parallel
to aforesaid Northerly boundary,
193 98 feet to a concrete-monument,
runl thence South 2 degrees 00
minutes East, parallel to aforesaid
Easterly boundary, 119.64 feet to
a concrete monument; run thence
North 89 degrees 28 minutes West,
708.99 feet to a concrete monument
on the Easterly boundary of the right
of way of SR-100; run thence In a
Northwesterly direction along said
Easterly boundary and along the
arc of a curve being concave to the
East and having a radius of 2814 78
feet, a chord distance of 234.41 feet
to a concrete monument, said chord
having a beaning of North 14 degrees
03 minutes 52 seconds West,- run
thence South 89 degrees 28 minutes
East, 570 71 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, online at
www duval realforeclosure.com on
December 27, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. for
the property located at 6031 Beach
Blvd.. Jacksonville, Florida 32216
and February 28, 2012 at 11:00 a.m.
for the property located at 710 Water
Street. Starke, Flonida 32091. Any
person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a
claim with 60 days after the sale.
DATED this 1"' day of November
2011
Jim Fuller
CLERK OF THE COURT
By Robert Smykowski
As Deputy Clerk
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT (ADA) NOTICE
Individuals with disabilities needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate In this proceeding should
contact the Court Administrators
Office. as soon as possible If hearing
Impaired, call 1-800-995-8771 (TDD);
or 1-800-955-8770 (V) via Flonida
Relay Service
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO 04-2011-CA-000-496
PNC BANK<. NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION. SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO NATIONAL CITY
MORTGAGE. A DIVISION OF
NATIONAL CITY BANK,
Plaintlff,
vs
KITTY ANN POZO. UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF KITTY ANN POZO.
DAWN C HO3FMAN: UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DAWN C HOFMVAN;
IF LIVING. INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS. IF REMARRIED
AND IF DECEASED. THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS. DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. CREDITORS
LIENORiS. AND TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY. THROUGH ,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS. UNKNOWN
TENANT #1,. UNKNOWN TENANT
#2,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF A\CTION
TO: KITTY ANN POZO, DAWN C.
HOFMAN, IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED. AND IF DECEASED.
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES


ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS,ANDTRUSTEES.ANDALL
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
Whose residence are/is unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
your answer or written defenses, if
any, in the above proceeding with
the Clerk of this Court, and to serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
attorney, Law Offices of Daniel C.
Consuegra, 9204 King Palm Drive,
Tampa,. FL 33619-1328, telephone
(813) 915-8660, facsimile (813) 915-
0559, within thirty days of the first
publication of this Notice, the nature
of this proceeding being a suit for
foreclosure of mortgage against-the
following described property, to wit:
Lot 1, Block 1, original survey of the
Town of Starke, Florida, the same
being in the South V/2 Of Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
according to plat recorded in Plat
Book "N", Page 759, Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida; and also
all of the portion of Northwest %/ of the
Southeast '4of Section 28, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, lying between
the East line of Lot 1, Block 1, original
survey of the Town of Starke, Florida,
and the West boundary line of Church
Street in said Starke, Florida, as now
located.
The entire land herein described
consisting of said two parcels, being
bounded on the north by Lot "C" of
said Block 1 and on the West by Lot 2
in said Block 1.
If you fail to file your response
or answer, if any, in the above
proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy theory
upon the plaintiff's attorney, Law
Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204
King~ Palm Dr., Tampa, Florida 33619-
1328, telephone (813) 915-8660;
facsimile (813) 915-0559, within
thirty days of the first publication of
this Notice, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
DATED at BRADFORD County this
25'" day of October, 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
(ADA) REQUESTS FOR
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR NOTICE
OF COURT PROCEEDINGS:
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 Ms. Jan Philllps,
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
Family and Civil Justice Center,
201 East University Avenue, Room
410, Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)
337-6237 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days; if you are hearing or voice
Impaired, call 711. If you are deaf or
hard of hearing and require an ASL
interpreter or an assisted listening
device to participate in a proceeding,
please contact the Court Interpreter
Program at interpreter~icircuit8.org.
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
ITEM I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids for roadway construction
on:
CR230A
will be received by Bradford County
Commission at the office of the Clerk
in Starke until 4:00 p.m. Daylight
Savings Time, December 8, 2011.
Bids will be opened and then publicly
read aloud.
The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS,
consisting of Advertisement for Bids,
Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid Bond,
Agreement. General Conditions,
Supplemental General Conditions,
Payment Bond, Specifications. and
Addenda may be examined at the
following locations:
Owner: Bradford County Courthouse
Clerk's Office
945 North Temple Avenue
Starke, Florida 32091
Phone: (904) 966-6339
Engineer. DRMP, inc.
4110 SW 34'" St.. Suite 8
Gainesville. Florida 32608
Phone: (352) 371-2741
Fax: (352) 372-4318
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be obtained at
the office of the Engineer located
at 1900 SW 34:" Street. Suite 204.
Gainesville. Florida, 32608. upor
payment of $50.00 for each set~
No refund will be made for the
CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.
Construction trme Is 150 days BASE

See LEGALS page 7A


!J of Section 14,. fownshilp 6 South.
Range 21 East. Bradford County.
Florida. said parcel be-inig more
particularly described as follows
Commeznce at the Northiwest corner
of said Northlwest ',of Northwest
'J and runI Northl 88 degre~S 37
minuiites 09 seconds East, alongl the
Northeliv b~oundarl y llthereo f,31 7 7 1
1( footl nto lll i a fou Iron Ilod, lC thenceSouth
N 01 deg!irees 01 mllllinute 07 seconds
SEaist. 44896 feet to a set 11ron tod,
A\ then:Ice North1 88 degrees 34 mInulltes
N 36 seconds East. 322 95 feet to a set
A Iron rod for thee Point of Beginnrlng,
from thle Point of Beginning thus
described continue North 88 degrees
334 mInutles 36 seconds East. 107 65
feet to a found Ironi rod, th~ence South
01 degrees 01 minutes 07 seconds
East. 448 73 feet, thence South 88
degrees 34' m In utes 36 seco nds West,
107.65 feet, thence North 01 degrees
t 01 minutes 07 seconds West. 448 73
e feettothe Pointof Beginning.
n Subject to an easement for ingress
eand egress over the Southerly 30 feet
lI thereof.
SAbove described parcel being
Sconiveyed with a right of ingress
and egress over a 60 00 foot stnip of
A land lying 30 00 feet on each side of
Sthe following described centerline
SCommence at an Iron pipe located at
Sthe Northwest corner of said Section
t 14 and run North 88 degrees 37
Minutes 09 seconds East, along the
SNortherly boundary thereof, 331.71
feet to an iron rod, thence Sout~h 01
Degrees 01 minutes 07 seconds East.
897.69 feet to a concrete monumnent
Located at the Westerly termrlinus
tof said centerline for the Point of
Beginning;from the Point of Beginnlng
thus described run North 88 degrees
:' 34 minutes 36 seconds East, along
said centerline, 950.32 feet to an Iron
rod on the Westerly boundary of the
right of way of County Road 225 and
the end of said centerline.
2005 Cavaller Mobile Home
VIN# BLO5GAO212766A &
BLO5GAO212766B
TITLE #95873189 & 95873294
Street Address: 8055 NORTHWEST
18157 STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA
32091
Any person claiming an Interest In
the surplus from the sale, if any, Other
than the property owner as ofthe date
of the lis pendens, must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the Court this 3'6 day of November,
2011.
RAY NORMAN
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
This notice is provided pursuant to
Administrative Order No. 2.065, in
accordance with the Americans with
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. FL 32091,
Phone No. (904) 966-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice or pleading; If you are hearing
Impaired, call 1-300-955-8771t (TDD);
if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
955-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
Services).
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
- CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 04-2008-CA-000323
DIVISION
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR MORGAN STANLEY ABS
CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2007-HE2
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-HE2,
Plaintiff,
vs. -
JOSEPH WOODEN, et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated October
27, 2011 and entered in Case No.
04-2008-CA-000323 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit
in and for BRADFORD County,
Florida wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE FOR MORGAN STANLEY
ABS CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2007-
HE2 MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-
HE2, is the Plaintiff and JOSEPH
WOODEN; GLORIA WOODEN;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE HER EIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: are the Defendants.
The Clerk of the Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE. 945
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11.00 a m., on
the 8'' day of December. 2011, the
following described property as set
forth In said Final Judgment~
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST '/ OF
THE SOUTHEAST %/ SECTION
6. TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST. BRADFORD COUNTY.
FLORIDA. SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
NORTHEAST % OF SOUTHEAST
'/ AND RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE 'EASTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF 546 00
FEET TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY 138 64 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 34 MINUTES
01 SECONDS WEST 351 64 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 79 DEGREES 10
MINUTES 52 SECONDS WEST.
60 21 FEET, THENCE NORTH


00 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 22
SECONDS WEST. PARALLEL WITH
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY
139.43 FEET. THENCE NORTH
87 DEGREES 18 MINUTES 35
SECONDS EAST. 411 18 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING CONVEYED WITH- AN
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS.
EGRESS. AND UTILITIES
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST '/ OF~
THE SOUTHEAST W SECTION
6, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH. RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY.
FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED


72 degrees 31 nillnutles 02 seconlds
East, 120 53 feet to found 11on1rod,
thence North 17 degrees 34 minutes
00 seconds East, 110.17 feet to a set
Iron rod, thenlce South 72 degrees
30 minutes 12 seconds East, 25.56
feet to a set Ir~on r-od; thence South
17 degrees 34 minutes 00 seconds
West, 220 20 feet to a found Iron rod,
thence North 72 degrees 31 mninules
28 seconds West, 146 07 feet to the
Point olBegrnning Containing 18.892
square feet, or .0433 of an acre, more
or less.
Together with an easement for
ingress and egress over the following
described parcel:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of above described parcel for the
Point of Beginning and run North 18
degrees 17 minutes 32 seconds East,
109.43 feet to the Southerly boundary
of the right of way of Adkins Street,
thence South 72 degrees 58 minutes
42 seconds East, along said Southerly
boundary, 20.00 feet; thence South
17 degrees 55 minutes 16 seconds
West, 109.59 feet to a found iron
pipe; thence South 17 degrees 56
minutes 03 seconds West, 110.16
feet; thence North 72 degrees 31
minutes 02 seconds West, 20.00 feet
to the Easterly boundary of above
described parcel; thence North 17
degrees 34 minutes 00 seconds East,
along said Easterly boundary 110 16
feet to the Point of Beginning.
PARCEL: 2
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast
% of the Northwest %/ of Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, In
the City of Starke, Bradford County,
Florida, said parcel being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at an iron rod found at the
Intersection of the Southerly boundary
of the right of way of Adkins Street (a
6'0 foot right of way) with the Easterly
boundary of State Road #200 (US
301) (a 74 foot right of way) and run
South 18 degrees 43 minutes 37
seconds West, along said Easterly
boundary, 108 53 to a found Iron
rod for thle Pornt of Begilnning From
Point of Beginning thus described
run South 72 degrees 30 minutes 12
seconds East, 215.69 feet to a set
Iron rod, thence South 17 degrees
34 minutes 00 seconds West, 110 17
feet to a fond Iron rod, thence North
72 degrees 31 minutes 02 seconds
West, 120.53 feet to a found Iron
pipe, thence South 17 degrees 33
minutes 22 seconds West. 110.06
feet to a found Iron rod, thence North
72 degrees 33 minutes 53 seconds
West. 99 64 feet to a concrete
monument found on said Easterly
boundary; thence North 18 degrees
43 minutes 37 seconds East along
said Easterly boundary. 220 41 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Contalnrng
34.736 square feet or 0 797 of an
acre, more or less
DATED this 31' day of October.
2011
CLERK OF THE COURT
By LISa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DUVAL COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.. 2011-CA-004177
DIVISION FC-D
Fidelity Bank of Florida, N A .
Plaintiff,
vs
Joel Zuckerberg. IF LIVING. AND
IF DECEASED. HIS UNKNOWN
SPOUSES. HEIRS DEVISEES.
GRANTEES. CREDITORS. AND
ALL OTH-ERi PARTIES CLAIMING ;
BY, THROUGH. UNDER OR
AGAINST HIM, JOHN DOE #1 and
JANE DOE #1. JOHN DOE #2 and
JANE DOE #2. AND ANY OTHER
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
WHOSE REAL NAMES ARE
UNCERTAIN,
Defendant
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
Notice Is hereby given that. pursuant
to an order or a final judgment of
foreclosure entered In thle above-
captioned action. I wil sell the property
situated in DUVAL and BRADFORD
County, Florida, described as
Exhibit "A"
That certain tract or land being a part
of the Richard MIII Grant, Sectioni 52,
Township 2 South, Range 27 East.
being more particularly desenibed as
follows
Beginning at a point In the Northerly
line of Beach Boulevard (formerly
Hogan Road), said point being
North 71 degrees 27 minutes Wilest.
a distance of 413 feet from~ the
Intersection with the Westerly line
of Hickman Road (a 50 foot road),
thence along the Northerly line of said
Beach Boulevard, North 71 degrees
27 minutes West, a distance of 99 8
feet; thence North 4 degrees 15
minutes East, a distance of 208 feet,


.~: LEGALSS





IN THE CIRCUIT COUR17 O- TH1
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCl~ill lr
AND FO7RBRADFO7RD COUINTY
FLORFID,
CIVIL ACTION)
CASE NO I0-000304-C,
DIVISION
BANK OF AMERICA NA .
Plaintlff,
vs ,
KATHERINE E HAYES, et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuan
to a Final Judgment of Mortgag~
Foreclosure dated and entered ir
Case No. 10-000304-CA of th~
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicia
Circuit in and for BRADFORD County
Florida wherein BANK OF AMERICA
N.A. is the Plaintiff and KATHERINE
E. HAYES: JOHN DOE N/K/~
CHRISTOPHER MALLINSON, and
JANE DOE N/K/A SUE MALLINSON
are the Defendants, The Clerk of the
Court will sell to the highest and bes
bidder for cash at the FRONT HALL
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 AM, on
the 15m day of December, 2011, the
following described property as sel
forth in said Final Judgment:
SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST A PARCEL OF
LAND CONTAINING A TOTAL AREA
OF 2.06 ACRES MORE OR LESS,
LYING, BEING AND SITUATE IN
THE SOUTH V;2 OF SOUTHWEST '/
OF SOUTHWEST '/ OF SECTION
22, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNERS OF SAID SOUTH V/2 OF
SOUTHWEST%4OF SOUTHWEST% '
OF SECTION 22 AND RUN SOUTH
89 DEGREES, 52 MINUTES AND
50 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
22, A DISTANCE OF 135.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREIN AFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND: THENCE
CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH 89
DEGREES 52 MINUTES AND 50
SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE OF
SECTION 22. A DISTANCE OF
135.00 FEET THENCE RUN NORTH
00 DEGREES, 39 MINUTES AND
01 SECONDS WEST. PARALLEL
WITH THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SOUTH V/2 OF SOUTHWEST % 4
OF SOUTHWEST %/ OF SECTION
22 A DISTANCE OF 665.94 FEET
TO THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
SOUTH V2 OF SOUTHWEST %
OF SOUTHWEST '/ OF SECTION
22; THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES, 55 MINUTES AND 20
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTH V/2 OF
SOUTHWEST '/ OF SOUTHWEST
%/ OF SECTION 22. A DISTANCE OF
135.00 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES, 39 MINUTES AND
01 SECONDS EAST. PARALLEL
WITH SAID EAST LINE OF THE
SOUTH V/2 OF SOUTHWEST % 4
OF SOUTHWEST %/ OF SECTION
22. A DISTANCE OF 665.85 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
SUBJECT TO A PRESCRIPTIVE
ROAD EASEMENT FOR A COUNTY
GRADED ROAD ACROSS A
PORTION OF THE SOUTH AND
THEREOF.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 2004 FOREST MANOR
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
WITH VIN #'S FLHML2F181728113A
& FLHM L2Fl 81 7281 13B
A/K/A 3015 NW 223RD ST., LAWTEY,
FL32058
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 fle a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on November 7, 2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Llsa 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 Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
11/10 2tchg 11/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8T" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 04-2009-CA-229
\NELLS FARGO BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
WACHOVIA BANK, NAT40NAL
ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LARRY E. T'OMLINSON A/K/A
LARRY TOMLINSON, ET AL
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to the Summary Final Judgment In
Foreclosure October 12. 2009 and
entered in Case No 04-2009-CA-
229 of the Circuit Court o~f the 8T
Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County. Florida, wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO WACHOVIA
BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Is
Plaintiff and LARRY E. TOMLINSON
A/K/A LARRY TOMLINSON, ET
AL all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under or against the named
Defendant(s), whether living or not,
and whether said unknown parties
claims as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees,
or In any other capacity, claiming by,
through, under or against the named
Defendant(s) LARRY E TOMLINSON


A/K/A LARRY TOMLINSON, RACHEL
ETIENNE A/K/A RACHELLE
ETIENNE; LATRICE ENTERPRISE,
INC.; SHIRLEY ETIENNE, JOH~N
DOE OR ANY OTHER PERSON IN
POSSESSION, are the Defendant(s),
I will sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash IN THE LOBBY OF THE
COURTHOUSE of the BRADFORD
County Courthouse, In BRADFORD
County, Florida, at 11:00 a m, on
the 8'" day of December, 2011, the
following described property as set
forth in said Order or Final Judgment,
to wit:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
EXHIBIT "A"
A parcel of land lying In the Northwest




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The girls of the GRITS 4-H' club assembled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child:~
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center in Lawtey and from there will be shipped to Boone, N.C. From North Carolinal
the boxes will be sorted and sent to locations all over the world. The shoeboxes
filled with toys, school supplies and personal hygiene products will be given to
needy children for Christmas. Each month, the GRITS members choose a different ~-
community service project. They collected books for the library book sale in Octobe'r
and are planning to volunteer at the Food Pantry in preparation for Thanksgiving. The
girls will collect food for those in need in Bradford County in December. Pictured are'
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Telegraph Editor

Sylvia Tatumu. pIresident of
the Bralfor~d C'ount\~ Educa~tion
Founidation, talked some about
the history~ of' the organization at
the Nov. 14 school board meet-
infd and updated the board on the
organization's current activities.
The group has been active
in raising money for education
since 1990. Tatum said the goal
is to use the funds in wvays that
benefit the greatest number of
students.
Sometimes that means the
money goes to teachers, who ap-
ply for minigrants to pay for in-
novative programs they want to
bring to their students. A total of
$.10,000 was available to teach-
ers applying for funds this year.
Sometimes the money goes
directly to elementary students
in form of $5 certificates, for ex-
ample, that purchase books in the
annual scholastic fair--Tatum's.
favorite event since it means
every child gets to purchase a
book. Then there are the much
more valuable college scholar-
ships awarded to deserving high
school graduates.
Every step of the way, there is
accountability for the money the
foundation gives out, Tatum said.
Minigrant recipients must, for in
stance, report back to the founda-
tion board on the results of their
programs--in other words, what
students got out of the programs.
The board members are all
volunteers who donate their time
and talents to organize fundrais-
ers for education ~throughout the
year. Tatum extended invita
tions to participate in events like
the Bradford County Education
Foundation annual spelling bee
and bingo night. The foundation
also gets involved in events or-
ganized by others, such as Boots-
N-BBQ and the annual chamber
of commerce banquet, where


Superintendent Beth Moore with Brad Bishop, who was
recognized for is work on the education foundation's
business partners program.


money is raised through thb auc-
tion of donated items.
Tatum encouraged Ipeople to
purchase the Florida education
specialty license plates that are
available as the additional fee
paid comes back to the educa-
tion foundation. District staff
also contributes to the education
foundation through payroll d'edi-
cation.
Tatum said when people think
of the Bradford County Educa-
tion Foundation, she wants them
to think of those who are giving
of themselves and know they
will do everything they can for
the children of Bradford County.
"We want to do the right thing
by the most students \ve can,"
Tatum said.
Particular gratitude w~as shovn
to Brad Bishqp for his work rei-


magining the education founda-
tion's business partners program-
Superintendent Beth Moore said
Bishop had worked hard devel-
oping a program that encourages
businesses to get involved help-
ing the schools but also rewards
them wvhen they do so.
"So many times in the past \ve
felt like they wvere giving, giving,
giving, but \ve were never shar-
ing anything back," Moore said.
T~he new\ business partners pro-
gram corrects that with incentives
for donating. There are three le'-
els of fi nancial partici pation. The
$500 Silver level w\ill place a link
to the company's w\ebsite on the
school district wvebsite, get the
business periodically advertised
on the school lunch menu, re-
serve a space for the business at
the annual business partner cele-


poinsettias in another annual
fundraiser that supports students
and teachers,


bration, provide the business rec-
ognition before the school board
and reserve the business a space
at the annual back-to-school ven-
dor fair.
The $1,500 Gold level will
provide all of the above and the
company's name' will be dis-
played at the school district of-
fice, plus advertising literature
w:ill be distributed to district em-
ployees once a year.
Becoming a Platinum pat-
ner with a $2,500 donation will


provide all of the above. an addi-
tional distribution of advertising
literature to school employees,
plus recognition of a businesses
commitment on WEAG and in
the Bradf'ord County Telegraph.
Moore said B~ishop had done
a great job putting together the
program and soliciting business
participation.
You can read up on the edu-
cation foundation at avivi.br-ad-
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property;
A parcel of land lying in the SE %/ of
Section 7, Township 7 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida, and
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of SE %/ and run thence South
~88045'30" W~est a~ distance of 120.0
feet for the point of beginning, thence
run South 0030' East a distance of
355.3 feet to a point; thence run South
88043'30" West a distance of 120.00
feet to a point run thence North 0030'
Wet aard tanc of33 feet hoa
point of beginning, together with right
Toet er witnhdt crtain single wide
mobile home, Vin #BM6159 and Title
#5266400
Tax Parcel No. 04756-0-02000
tAhsuper nrclaitmn gal ifnterestthg
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Daed this 7'" day of November,
RAYj NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Cou t

11/17 2chg ut r BC
SNAOTTC EOF GUBRCECSAVLEEY
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
U ie Od 01ten to S sellah es ve ls

of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves thel ri ht to accept or reject
2 33TD56 12H2 6791
2002 CHRYSLER
P177793


BID includes constructing 0.80 mile
of asphaltic =conerete r~oad widening
and resurfacing, ea~rthwork, guard
rails, testing, surface course, stnpmig,
9.rassing and signage. Bidder shall
visit site prior to submission of bid to
gain understanding of the extent of
work. 11/17 2tchg 12/1 BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
CIRCUFTLOINRNA FRTBHRAUD RAD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-477
MICHAEL I. WELLS.
Plaintiff,
ESTATE OF TED M. MALLICOAT;
UNKNOINN HEIRS, DEVISEES'
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
COREDRTORSSLOEINOCR A NDGALL
BY, THROUGH, OR AGAINST
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UNDERSO45.TO3i,EFLORIDA


dated November 7, 2011, in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the
th f ontad or of th Bdr df rrdc hon
Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11:00
a.m. on Thursday, December 15**
2011, the following described real


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1-ampton writes more speeding


tickets than much larger cities


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Starkelournal.comz Editor

The city of Lawley may get
the publicity, but Hampton is-
sued more speeding tickets
in Bradford County during
2010 than its northern neigh-
bor.. Chief John Hodges' de-
partnlent wrote 4,973 citations


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

When less of Alachua Couln-
ty's garbage ends up at the New :
River Regional L~andfill, the
landfill loses mone?. so it came
as unwelcome new s th~at work on
a project to achieve solid waste
fldj~v control would be delayed.
Sally Palmi, solid waste di-
rector for Alachua County, told
t~k New River Solid Waste As-
sociation Nov. 10 that concerns
over the county s attempt to hire -
an-architectural and engineering
film to begin the work had led
the Alachua County Commission
to reject proposals and issue a
new advertisement
'On Oct. 25, Dr. ~Mark Gold-
steid, a citizen representative on
the~ committee' formed to evalu-
ate architectural and engineering
proposals, informed the Alachua
commission he believed there
werei problems with the process
used to develop the ranking.
.The request for proposals ad-
vertised was for architectural and
engineering services for the de-
velopment of future solid waste
projects. The three specific
cAmponents advertised were the
conversion of the county's solid
waste transfer station to a ma-
terials recovery facility, the es-
tablishment of an organic waste
recycling facility and the devel-
opment of a resource recovery
park.
A':1s Goldstein put it, the RFP
touched on everything related to
thie future of that county's waste
stream.
The commission had originally
approved the ranking submitted
by staff from the evaluation com-
mittde on the consent agenda, but
turned around rescinded that ap-
proval, instructing staff to meet
again to address concerns -and
return with a recommendations at
thefollowing meeting.
At the Nov. 8 meeting Larry
Sapp, purchasing manager for
the county, said staff was only
recommending awarding the ma-
terials recovery project. Because
all three components were origi-
nally. advertised, Commissioner
Susan Baird asked if unbundling
the first component would have
changed submissions since what
was being discussed was one
jifioject as opposed to three.
"-In response to sentiment that
all proposals be rejected and the
pores r egu alyan dCommis
e~d-o hear good reasons to delay
approval before doing so. Com-
pisision Chairman Lee Pinkoson
Said by starting the process over
and advertising just for the ma-
tefiials recovery conversion at the
transfer station, the county could
fiod the firm most suited to that
paiticular project. He said, he
wanted the best facility -possible.
"`rKnowing that we're spend-
in someone else's money, .1
i~ould like to know that we have
the ~best MRF facility possible,"
Pinkoson said. Baird agreed, but
Byerly dotibted the delay would
result in a significantly different





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part of the rushing offense as
well. He had 144 yards on 13
carries in the win .over Central
and I 16 yards in the win oier
Lecanto. Gooden has ev4'n had
:good efforts in losses, w\ith 101
yards on 18 carries against the
VYillages and 166 yards on 17car-
ries against Belleariew .
,As a team, Wildwood rushed
.for 400 yards iri the loss to Wil-
li ston .
O.-pponents are: averaging 17
.points per game against the
SWildcats. .
As the runner-up in District 4
SinClass 4~A, Bradford must travel
.to Jacksoniville to take on District
.3 champ Raines at 7:3() p.m. on
SFriday. Raines, like Bradford, is
-coming off of a loss, which gave
the Vikings a 7 3 record.
.Raines w\on its district by go-
.ing undefeated against Bolles,
Jackson and Ribault.The Vikings
defeated Jackson and Ribault by
.scores of 38-6 and 39-7, respec-


tively,while rallying in the fourth
quarter to defeat Bolles 26-21.
Raines scored three touchdowns
i~n the final seven-and-a-half
.minutesV f te wit rwishae

come against Lee, Mandarin,


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production can't touch that
of another well known North
Florida speed enforcer: Waldo.
That municipality cranked out
8,5410 citations between its flea
market and First Baptist Church
during 2010, more than the cit-
ies of Tallahassee (6,100), Ft.
Lauderdale (5,262) and St..Pe-
tersburg (7,285).


transfer station to a materials re-
covery facility where tr~ash will
be sorted for recycling is a way
to require that waste collected in
the county be bitought to a county
facility.

Single fee for '
White gOodS
Rather~ than charging for the
disposal of appliance like refrig-
erators, water heaters, etc. (so-
called white goods) by weight,
New R iver- Solid Waste Asso-
cdation followed Director Dar-
rell O'Neal's recommendation
that the process, be simplified by
charging per unit. A fee of $7.50
per unit was established, which
O'Neal said would cover the
landfill's post regardless of the
market for recovered materials
from the appliances.

SIn other business:
*Old balers used during the
landfill's formererecyglithng pro-
gram were doae ote o-
ilda Department of Corrections,
which intends to try to repair and
use them or use them for parts.

*In lica of a contribution of
public money, to the Florida
Sheriffs Youth -Ranches, the
Board may consider contracting
\vith the Union County Sheriff's
iOffice for security services and
compensating the agency for the
responses it makes each year to
the landfill. The item was placed
on the agenda, but O'Neal asked
that the recommendation be con-
sidered at a future meeting.


last year, compared to 4,662 by
Butch jordan's crew.
Starke, by comparison, only
wrote 326.
In 2010, Hampton, with a
population of441W, issued more
speeding tickets than Orlando
(4,466 tickets) or West Palm
Beach (4,310 tickets).
But Hampton's and Lawtey's


materials recovery facility pro-
posa .
Richard Hedrick, director of
public works, said staff remained
comfortable with the original
evaluation process that took place
and the original ranking recom-
mendations, but in deference to
Goldstein's concerns, recom-
mended proceeding with aw~ard-
ing only one-third of the adver-
tised project while readvertising
the remaining components.
in addition, Attorney David
Wagner explained less is known
about how, or even where, the
county will proceed with organ-,
ics recycling, or how to pay for
it. The university is involved ~put-
ting together all of the possible
alternatives, arid there is some
confusion about what the role
of the chosen architectural and
engineering firm would be. The
same is not true of the updating
at the existing transfer station
'The work at the transfer station
is the essential component since
it is the one related to establish-
ing control over the flow of the
county's waste'.That is important
to New River because it means a
private hauler can't undiprmine
the delivery of Alachua Waste
the landfill in Raiford and disrupt
revenue as it has iri the past.
Wagner suggested the com-
mission move forward. with the
materials recovery award and.
rebid the other projects or reject
all iiproJsil arid begin again.
Bair favredstarting over as the
cleanest approach since the alter-
native would require altering the
scope o~f work, advertised. She
said the county should advertise
the materials recovery facility
work alone this time.
In the end, that's what the ma-
jority of th'e commission decided
to do, and Palmi told the New
River Solid Waste Association
on Nov. 10 that would delay
achievement of flow control by
at least another three months.
Actual construction work
wasn't set to begin on the trans-
fer station until the end of 2012.
The chosen firm must first evalu-
ate and design the most cost ef-

New River has waived a sur-
charge resulting from the re-
duced amount of waste coming
to the landfill through March of
next year, but consideration of
extending' that waiver is based on
Alachua County making progress
to\ ed Aa a Cony tract
is a lucrative one for the landfill,
providing revenue that for the
growth and future closure of the
facility as well as keeping waste
disposal costs for the citizens of
the three founding counties from
increasing over time.
Hedrick also told his county
commission that every day the
transfer station continties under
the current business model is an-
other day a hauler could choose
to: pull its waste out of the facil-
ity, which also impacts Alachua
County solid waste revenue.
Alachua County has been ad-
vised that conversion of its waste



White and Forrest, while they
have lost to Providence, First
Coast and Atlantic Coast. First
Coast is an undef'eated Class 7A
team, while Atlantic Coast is a
Class 6A team that went 7-3.
Raines scores an average of 29
points pei- game, averaging 1415
yards rushing per game and 162
yards passing pecr game.
Several backs have contrib-
uted to a ground gamne that has
produced 17 touc~hdow\ns, while
a .tw\o-quarterback system 'in-
v:olving Da'vonte Austin and
DeAndre Thomas has produced
241 touchdowns. Austin, wvho has
:passed for most of Raines' 1,6241
yards, has 16 touchdown passes.
He and Thomas have combined
to throwv seven interceptions add
areaveraging 15 yards per com-
pletion.
Jamal Dozier has .six touch-
dow~n receptions.
Opponents are scoring an aver-
age of 18 points per game. Tfhe
Raines defense is allowing 121
yards rushing per game, hold-
ing opponents to a 3-yards-per-


carry average, and 124C passing
yards per game. Opponents hav;e
scored 13 touchdowns on the
ground and eight through the air.
The Vikings have- intercepted
al ofsth e206 passes attempted


try is $10 per bike, $5 per rider,
and that includes lunch. Non-
participants can get a-birbecue
lunch for a$5 donation.
T'he run will go to Red Dog,
Oasis, Howling Wolf, Keystone
Saloon and return to Timbuktu.
There will be dodr prizes and a
50/50 drawing.
Father and son Ben and Cody
Ellison are both struggling with
cancer-related illnesses. Money
raised wvill go toward their medi-
cal expenses,

Solid waste
COllectlOn Sites
ClOSingS
All six solid waste collec-
tion sites will be closed Thurs-
day. Nov'. 24, in observance of
Clhanksgiving. All sites will re-
open on Friday, Nov. 25.


Enter Christmas
chill cook-off
The second annual Christmas
on the Squlare event in downtown
Starke will once again include a
chili cook-off that competitors
can enter now.
The event will take place Sat-
urday, Dec. 37, and ~teams c'an be-
gin setting up at the downtown
square on East Call Street at 10
a.m. T'he entry fee is $25S, but
first place winner will take home
$100. There will also be a $50
~prize for the best booth decora-
tions.
: Entrants can also raise money
for their group by selling their
chili throughout the day. Christ-
mas in the square will feature
craft and other endorse. and
Starke's annual lighted Christ-
mas parade will travel by the
square at 6p.m.
T'he annual Christmas TIree
lighting ceremony will take place
at 7 p.m.
Contact DeAnna at the North
Florida Regional Chamber of.
Commerce, 904-964-5278, f'or
more information.


Decision further delays control


of waste flow to landfill


Learn to
landscape with
natiVe plants
Come learn which plants are
native to the area and why and
how to use them in your land-
scape. Everyone is invited to join
the Alligator Creek Gjarden Club j
on Thursday, Nov. 17. begin-
ning at 6:30 p.m., at the Bradford
County Ex~tension Office, locat-
ed at 2266 rNk.1emple Ave. (U.S.
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call the extension office at 904-
966-6299.

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dlay. Novd\. 1'9, beginning at Tim-
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NEWS FROINI BSRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION






28 Telegraph, Times 8t Monitor B Section Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


BY BUSTER RAHN
Sp'ecial to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
Gov. Rick Scott removed
two Madison County elected
officials last week for their
participation in voting
irregularities: Supervisor of
Elections .. Jada Woods
Williams and school board
member Abra Hill "Tina"
Johnson.
The two officials and eight
other' Madison County
residents were arrested in a
voting scheme to assure the
election of Johnson to the
School Board.
Last November, the Florida
State Division of Elections
notified the Florida
bDepartment of Law
Enforcement ,and the FBI
regarding possible fraud in the
District One school board race,
in which Johnson was the
winner. The irregularity
consisted of an excessive
number of absentee ballots cast
for Johnson, which tipped off
.voting officials.
SIn addition to the two
elected officials, the eight
other participan ts arrested
were :
Judy Ann Crumitie, 51,
charged with four counts of
fraud and one count of
providing false information,
Laverne V. Haynes, 57,
charged with two counts of
fraud, two counts of perjury
and one count of providing a
false report to law enforcement
officials.
Ora Bell Rivers, charged
with seven counts of fraud'
three counts of perjury, and
one count of providing a false
report to law enforcement
officials.
Raven Simona Williams, 20,
charged with two counts of
fraud, two counts of perjury
and one count of providing 'a
false report to law enforcement
officials. .
Shalonda Michaelle Brinson,
36, charged with nine counts
of fraud, one count of
providing a false report to law
enforce neiUBicas ~
SErnest~~l 7 hasoste Jr ;
4'5, huS~i~ of" AL~ra Hill ~
Johnson, charged with 11
counts of fraud, one count of
corruptly influencing voting,
and one cotyntof perjury.
Charges were lodged against
deposed officials as follows:


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organizations coerced' the
individuals with threats' of
punitive action if those
charged did not cooperate. In
response to the charge, the
Florida Department of Lawi
Enforcement and the FBI have
issued the following statement~:
"The FDLE and the. FBT'
,conducted athorouglY
objective and unbiased
investigation. At no time were
any subjects or witnesses
threatened or intimidated in
any manner; As' this case is
pending prosecution we. cannot
provide further comment;
However, we are confident
that when the records become
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Chevrolet
pickup. earned
the top prize at .
a car show held
..Nov. 5 as a
.. fuindraiser for
Sthe Relay for
Life. BELOW
RIGHT: Baker ~i
accepts his
certificate from '
show organizer -
Mitchell Gunter. -



:Bradford Relay 1
for Life tea m

awards cars,
faiSOS fURS .
The Downtown Girls, a
'fundraising team for the Relay 1 n
for Life of Bradford County,
raised approximately $700 at a
car show in downtown Starke
_on Nov. 5, bringing the team's.
~fundraising total so .far this
year to approximately $3,000.
All types of vehicles ranging
from rat rods, Impalas, early-
,model coupes, Lou Galli's
drag-racing Mustang and the
~asphalt race cars of the local
$Nickel and Dime team were '
~parked along Call Street.
-Trophies were handed out for
first- through third-place, with certil
'harlie Baker and his 1970 dona
~Chevrolet pickup claiming the Chev
-top. prize. Scott Burch and his ~Starl
t1967 GTO took the the Flow
second-place trophy, while SCT
W.C. Rhoden and his 1934 and
:Ford coupe took third. Melr
Daniel Salyers of Reddick
rold event organizer IVlitchell
%unter he had so much fun he
couldn't wait to return next
Fyear.
-The event also featured a
Kids' Choice award, that was
voted on by 16 children. That I
award went to Shawn Davis
itd his rat rod coupe.
SBeck of Starke showed off
its cars and helped sponosor
the eveht with vouchers for car
details and oil changes, while
the Kiwanis Club of Starke
sold dinners and held a 50/50
dying. The person who won
mie drawing donated the
winnirigs back to the Relay for
Life.
SGunter and Chrissy Allen-
Thompson handed out door -
p~rizes to those who entered Mil
vehicles consisting of hats, aw
shirts, Gator purses and gift


Abra "Tina" Hill Johnson,
43, was charged with 10
counts of fraud, two counts of
absentee ballots and voting
violations.
Williams, 34, was charged
with 17 counts of neglect of
duty and corrupt practices for
allowing the distribution of
absentee ballots, contrary to
Florida State Statutes.
According to investigating
officials, Ernest Johnson Jr.
and. his wife sought out
prospective voters and
questioned them about voting.
If so, the individual would be
asked to sign an absentee
ballot request form.
The scam went something
like this: The Johnsons sought
out would-be voters and
volunteered to help them vote
an absentee ballot. The would-
be voter legally signed the
form. The Johnsons would
then change the return address
so that the ballot would be sent
to a third person rather than to
the voter. The Johnsons would
mark the ballot and return it to
the supervisor of elections.
Obviously, the -- -altered
ballots were all sharked for
Abra Hill "Tina" Johnson. The
preponderance of absentee
ballots marked .for Johnson
indicated a situation calling for
an investigation.
The NAACP has entered the
case--all participants charged
are African Americans-
saying the investigative


ficates. Prizes were
:ted by sponsors Beck
Irolet and Chrysler of
ke, Summit Racing,
master, RockAuto.com,
COMPP CAMS, JEGS
Leather and Lace of
ose.


Gunter thanked Vicki
Tucker, Chrissy and Ricky
Thompson, the city of Starke,
Niki Dever, all the vendors and
show judges Emmett Craig Jr.,
Frank Patterson and Terry
Vaughan for helping make the
event a success.


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Hoffct on No.8 r das oi
of-county warrant: .He was
released Nov. 8.
.Kenneth Wells,=20; of: Starke
was arrested Nov: l? on- an
out-of-county warrant by SPD
officers. He was released Nov.
,12.
C'atherine Ann Wi'lburghanif
41, of Waldo was .arrested
Nov. 8 by BCSO deputies- for a
misdemeanor probation
violation. She was released
Nov. 13.


was released on Nov. I 1.
Christopher Lee Malone, 23,
of St. Cloud was arrested Nov.
8 by SPD officers for giving
false in rmnation to a lw
enforcement officer during an
investigation. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he was released
Nov. 12.
Coy Martin, 34 of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 9 by
CCSO deputies for burglary.
Charlil Sharief McCastle,
15, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 9 by UCSO deputies for
larceny and burglary.
John Moore, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
on Nov. 14 by CCSO deputies
for DUI alcohol or drugs and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Thomas Oliver Morrison,
52, was arrested Nov. 9 by
Florida Highway Patrol (FHP)
troopers for possession of
narcotics equipment. Bond
was set at $1,000. He
remained in jail as of press
:time.
Cristena N. Pauls, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 9 by BCSO deputies for


larceny. Btond was set at
$5,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Jeffery Redding, 52, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by
SPD officers foray
misdemeanor probation
violation. He remained in jail
with no bond as of piess time.
Sandra panielle Stemm, 23,
of Hampton was arrested Nov.
10 by SPD officers on an oult-
of-county -warrant. \She was
released Nov. 10.
Shawn Tracy, 24, of
Keystone Helghts was arrested
by CCSO deputies on Nov. 12
for disorderly intoxication.


57, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 12 by SPD officers for
possession tof cocaine.aBnl30
re aine dn jail as of press
time.
Allen Grimes, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 13 by CCSO deputies for
simple battery. .
Charles Lamont Henderson,
34, of Starke was arrested by
SPD officers on Nov. 13 for
kidnapping-fals'E Tifijisonment
of an adult, battery, and
aggravated assault. Bond was
set at $210,000. He remained
in jail as of press time.
Darius Alexander Jackson,
16, of Lake Butler was arrested
by UCSO deputies on Nov. 9
for larceny, burglary and grand
theft '
Sandra Elaine King, 57, of
Starke was arrested by BCSO
deputies on Nov. 14 on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $30,000. She remained
in jail as of press time.
Zarah Elizabeth Lut~z, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 1.1 by
SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set ,at $500. She


set, at $5,000 and she remained
in jail as of press time.
Brandon Jos~eph Croft, 26, of
Lake Butler was strrested by
UCSO deputies ori Nov. 8 for
contempt of court.
Robert Lee Crews, 21, of
Stake was arrested Nov. 11I by
SPD officers for possession of
narcotics equipment. He was
released Nov. 12.
Dwayne Versallies Dale, 28'
of Jacksonville was arrested ~by
`Lawtey Police Department
qpfficers on Nov. 8 on an out-
of-county warrant. He was
released Nov. 8.
Steven Tyler Deason, 20, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by
SPD officers for disorderly
conduct. He was released
'Nov.. 12.
Bruce Eric Dickson, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested on
Nov. 8 by UCSO deputies for
fraud-false statement.
Kimberly Dickson, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
UCSO deputies on an out-of-
county wYarrant for contempt of
court and for driving, while
License suspended or revoked-
habitual offender. Bonfd was
set at $1,060. As of press
time, she remained in jail. .
Lakaem Hllani D on, 4,oof
14 by UCSO deputies for
burglary and battery.
Kendrick Lamar Edwards,
39, ofdSioux Fa l, S.D. ws
officers on an out-of-count
wai-rant. He was released Nov.
15 .
Vernon R. Goodwin, 38, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
SPD officers for dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set
at $`10,000. .He was released
Nov.l 10
Cornelius Charles Griffin'


Recent arrests
lib Bradford,
CElay or Union
1The following individuals
vere arrested recently by local
Iwaw enforcement officers in
LZradford, Union or Clay
bkeystone Heights .area)
counties:
;t Glenda Dawn Ashby, 33, of
Green Cove Springs was
arrested on Nov. 14 by
BRradford County Sheriff s
Office (BCSO) deputies on an
.4ult-of-county warrant. She
Whas released Nov. 15.
';Ular C. Banks, 52, of Lake
Sutler was arrested Nov. 9 by
Union County SheriffS Office
JCSO) deputies for felony
probation violation.
Robert 'Beall, 21, was
arrested Nov. 12 by Clay
County. Sheriff's Office.
(CCSO) deputies for
possession, of a controlled
substance iyithout a
prescription.
,Marcus Kevin Bradley, 55,
bf Starke was arrested Nov. 8
by Starke Police Department
SPD) officers for violation of
lobaion, battery, and
~ipnapping-false imprisonment
~ 0n adul' fond wa st a
gTil as of press time.
1Ronda Kimberly Bryant, 38,
~f Starke was arrested Nov. 8
~y BCSO deputies for escape.
he was released on Nov. 8.
Tracy Nicole Bryant, 35, of
Sbtarke was arrested Nov. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
jipear on a mis'demeanor
Schia~rge. Bond was set at.$5,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
STiffaney Rochelle Burch,
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SNov. 11 bty SPD officers for
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..:


It was an electric atmosphere
.x the Uinlon County High
School oymnaslum. but the

offense on track mna 3-01 (25-
22. '5-'1, 25-17 I loss to
Crescent Clty inl a Class IA
t olles ball regional
championship marlch on No\.
Thle Tigers (18-10) w~ere
actuall~ m good position to
w\in the f~irSt two sets. but
strug ld trou houtl the maidi

opportunities. Union had 20
kills for the ensure march
"~'e had a lot ofsets that
were going close to the net that
girLs couldn't make plays on.
assistant coach Angela Griffii
sald. "'The other *team w as
comiing oler and putting It

c2 reuut kil etohstadrt t:
third set. but the Raiders 122-6)
rolled to a '1-9 lead before
w in lju t Iplaed flat Urnion


rea fo rh ir eJ AngM \<

sraiah cs.Ltr i a

17-17ut gaewThhe Tigers te
Lindse) Hanson serve Ing. A in


and a kill by Harden helped
Union budld a 19-17 lead.
Harden had a kill on the
defenslie end toj force a
sideout w~ith the Tigers up 21-
IS passing error by
Crescent Cit\ made 11 22-18
before the7 Raiders' Kaishla
Brajd\ forced sideour writh a
kill. Crescent Chi then scored
six points we Ith V:ickitoria
Wi'ilhams sen Ing; to wein 25-'2
Brad\ had a kill and a block of
Union s E~mily Ak~ridge durno~
Bhe r inna ur~ rclhhile

"h Ti rs had a 12-7 lead
in the second set after scoring
three points w~ith W'orrhington

led liionsecorear a ree pint
w~ rth Spitze ser~ ing.
After forcing sideout. the
Raiders scored eight points to
tIkr t i -19) I d lidvha
span.bhut e tersI other poilne \ras
the result of a Union error.
The Tigers held serve in ice
after the. Raiders'. run but
could not score. Crescent Citl
closed out the set wilth Zhane


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de~finirre(\ pushed to try' and do
so.
M~errill came the closest to
qualify ing for state for
Bradford writh a ~27"'-plalce
finish and time of 17:19.45.
Thomas Hales anid John
Gillenwaters placed 52nd and
56'", respectively, for Bradford
writh imesj of 18:09).31 ~and

3hieh63d nd r~i
CpelalJd hadd times52.lot
respectively. Hales and
Copeland set PRs.
For the girls' team,. Hall had
a PR of` -71 03.881 to place~ 34'".
Sara3h Frederick was not far
behind, placing 39"' with a PR
of 21.3j.15.' Rlc~hael Ricker
had a timer of 23:418.04l, while
Autumn Rodgers and Destiny
Trenthaml had times of

e55 eel el\. "dRic~kel6:2 3n~d,
~Trentha~m both set PRs.
Both Brldfordl rea s placed
121'' in the teamn standings. with
the boys -omlpillng a sc~ore of
305 and the girls finishing w~ith
a 307 s~core. Bishop Kenny
won the boys' championship
with a score ofII 58. n hile
Bolle~s won the g'irls'
champiornship wr Ith hscore~ of


56,
Loper ~aid it was ro~ugh
wratchin g M ~rr II. ;1 srniosr. nr.~t
qlualif\ o tt esl
M~errill, in escence. has been
thez face of the program duritig
his limle of partic~ipation.
--It wras he~arbre-akine
'because wre wanted to. see
Andy go out the irayi hel

cet~nr da ay h pen, LopZ

solierrill. though. ii not done
:running, asj he \w 1ll take part in
.the South Regilonal of the
Footllocker:r Cross Count~r?
*Chamipionships on Stra
Nv.26in Char-lone.NI~.C.
"Hej s sull training right ndw
to run at that o~n hiS oin'.
Loper said.
Overall. though. Loper saidl
it was a great 5season. and one
that's asolmde soo oeh h

Lo-per thanked all Ihosez w hu.
co~ntriburced or sljippoitcJ the
program" in some \ a, and
esjpecialll thankej thle parent~
wh odid so.
"Without them, we don't
hale a t~eai," Loper saidL
'rTh~ey were very goodj to us
this pear.


.Ishley~ Heltling wais 'the top
Irunne, \r us, a time of 18:31~.55.


Bradford caps

Se~aSbn in croSS

COUnltr( at

Yeg Onal mOS

Re CI.F S Both~l Bradflord bois' and
girls' icrss co)unItr teams
compe 2A {as plonslp m neet
on 1ov. 1I:I nLukeClr,with
Andy; M)errill and ~Arranda
Hall leading the waly for their
respective teams.
The top 15 runners in ~ach
race earned, the right to move
onto themslta ainalj Thout h
mot\ ingf on, coach John Loper
Saidl it wasn't for a lack of
effort as six c.llnners from the
two teams recorded personal-
recoid timle?.
Loper said the effort he and ,
coch~~l Scout Weispfennig
witnessed made the meet7 a joy
"-The\! just ran as hard as
they\ could." Loper saidl of the
runncrs, adding~ that though all
didn't' set' PRs, --They


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mSl~rSO~S OsUt On

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BY 'CLIFF SMEIILLE.Y l
Reysonal NHeig p ts Edior
cour son nerH aistn nC oss

th tteofqinaosnby lu b.pligce a
the Reionl 2-Class A
championship meet on Nov. 12
Thn 1c~ 0ll5. runners at the
met~~ uill mor~e on to state.
Cola\ placed 16"' with a time
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Victoria Baker of PaSio, who
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Key~ stone7's girls' team
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Schaul placed -14' wr Ith a time
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.-\ljo, Erika Dingman had a
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Bihop Moore Cvon the
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;Mrdal i e bl
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~I sCrescent City in
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Crescenr CIts feI~tlll beln 2-0
mn theZ third jEt on Spnze's` two,
kills. but scoized 2-1 of ahe neot
r31.\points to go up 2-I-9. The
Tipers madje rhmps~ Iinerestrin
w~ith Hlardn srrt ing. scouring
seern pomas~ Ha~lrdn had an
ace, while rlhe R edrs
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points,. inc~luding pajjin errors
onl two f~reec balls.
The Ra3iders finallY gn
match point wFith Mlala1shia
Ro sie'~ kill.nihdtemth

with 11 ser\lce points. three
aces. 12 digis and se\Cen kills.
while Spitzet had file kills and

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Obituaries


hle family Ofthe /lat
KwcEiumbea N. Stron?
viourld like to give heart-
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ocf kindness during our
time of bereavement. We
de rh nkful for all the
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:bod items, jiowers and
sitst. Each act oylqe is
greatly appreciated. Spe-
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Police Department an d'
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Of~ice. Again, words can-
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during ihis time.
The ,Stro family


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A~c very~ heartfelt "thank
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IAN KSGIVIN


He is survived by: his wife, San-
dra E. Hutson; his mother, Mary
Hutson; sons, Gary Hutson II, Jason
Corbett and Jesso H-ylton; daugh-
ters, Mylea (Brian) Dutcher, Sara
Hutson, Stacy (Joseph) H-arracks
and Jessica Hylton; brothers, Char-
les Hutson, Michael (Gail) H-utson,
Stephen Hutson and Phillip (Susan)
Hutson; and six grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
on Thursday, N~ov. 17, at 11 a.m. in
:Lake Hill Baptist Church with Pas-
tor Jim Snell conducting the serv-
ices. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone. Heights. Online .
condolences may be left at
wwwjoonsgalragherfh .com

Anzie B. Mead
MELROSE Anzle' B. Mead
passed away at her Melrose home at
the age of 99 on Wednesday, Nov.
9, 2011. She was born on May 19,
1912,.in Worchester, Mass., to
George Butler and Louise Easton
Smith.
She was raised in Manhattan and
Waccabuc, N.Y., and Ormond
BeacS. ce ,Otn hBeachp Hstori-
history interview, recently docu-
mented her memories of her time in
Ormond Beach.
. As a young woman, Anzie at-
'tended boarding school in Germany.
She developed a lifelong love of a
travel, especially camping. She
toured extensively in the U.S. and
Canada and as far away as.New
Zealand and Australia.
Farni 1948 until 1976, Anzle re-
sided in Vero Beach. As owner of
Mead's Store, she designed, manu-
factured and marketed original shell
jewelry pieces all over the Southern
U.S. It was in Vero Beach, at the


age of 62, she took an interest in
painting and became a prolific artist.
A sample of her art was recently
displayed in the Melrose Library
and her art is in homes and busi-
nesses across the U.S. and Canada.
In 1976, she sold Mead's Store
and retired to Melrose. As a rancher,
she raised cattle and a menagerie of
Other animals. At Santa Fe Mead-
ows, Anzie also boarded horses, the
animals she came to love as a young
girl. She learned to ride at a young
age ~and rode well into her 60s. An'-
zle provided a retirement home for
agegd horses on her Melrose ranch
and horses became a favorite sub-
ject in her art.
She also loved bridge and played
regularly with her Melrose and
Keysfone Heights friends. She was
quite the chef and loved picnics and
entertaining close friends. She was
well read and discussed books until
the end. She was a great storyteller
and entertained her friends and fam-
ily with tales of her life and travels.
She is stirvived by: a son, Gjeorge


Studwell (Gisele) Mead; a surrogate
daughter, Wanda Beth Weintraub: a
tiephew, Perry Butler; a niece, Lou
Douglas: a surrogate nephew, Tony
(Sue) Gilyard; surrogate nieces,
Diane "Dee Dee" Hopper and
Yvonne Gilyard; additional family,
and a vast network of loving
friends.
She was preceded i'n death by her
grandfather and namesake, Col.
Fergus Anzie Easton, a Civil War
officer in the 6th N.Y. Cavalry, and
his wife, Jean C Easton; her pai-ents;
her sister, Louise "Chub" Smith
Butler; and her surrogate nephew
Kent Gilyard.
Her family and friends will cele-
brate her life at her home with. an
open house on Saturday, Nov. 19,
from 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Arrangements are under the care
of Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
Downtown. For further information,
call the funeral home at 352-376-
7556.
PAID OBITUARY


a.m. in the Keystone Heights
Church of Christ with Daniel Har-
din and Robert Hatton conducting
the services. The family will receive
friends at the church beginning at l0
a.m. prior to the service, Interment
will follow' in Crosby Lake Ceme-
~tery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be. made to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32`606. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke. Online condo-
lences may .be left at
www.jonesgal lagherfh. com.

Papi Domintguez
.KEYSTONE HElGHHTS-Diego
"Papi". Dominguez, 69, of Keystone
Heights passed away suddenly at his
home on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011. .
Mr. Dominguez was born in
Cuba on June 1, 1942, to the late
Reinerio and Susanna Dominguez.
He was a master mason of the
Grand Lodge of Cuba and the His-
panic American Uniott Lodge of
Cuba 1965-
Mr. Dominguez retired as a car-
p en rismsurieu dyhcisa me of 34
years, Consuelo; children, Grisell,
Connie, Nancy and David; siblings,
Delma, Daisy, Digne anc1 Dio; eight
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild. -
SFuneral services for Mr. Domin-
guez were held on Nov.` 11 in the
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
chapel with Donald Fitzgerald con-
ducting the services. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones"
Gallagher Funeral Home of Key-
stone Heights.

Gar Hutso~n
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-- Gary
Edward Hutson, 56,. of Keystone
Heights passed away iPriday, Nov.
11, 2011, at the Orange Park' Medi-
cal Center.
Mr. Hutson was born on Aug. I1,
1955, to William and Mary Brant
Hutson in Jacksonville. He was a
carpenter and wvas a member of the
Woodiawn Baptist Church.


PrOva Amburgey
'WALDO--Prova Jamnes Ambur-
gey, 68, of Waldo passed away on
Saturday, Nov.*l2, 2011, at E.T.
SYork Haven 1-ospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Mr. Amburgey crame to
Gainesville in 1966 and~ worked in
the dry cleaning business. In 1976,
he .moved to Lynchburg, Va., to
attend Liberty Baptist.College and
was commissioned as an officer in
the Salvation Army in 1983. He
retired due to poor ~health in 2006
and moved back to Alachua County.
He was active with the Child Evan-
gelism program.
Mr. Amburgey is survived by: his
wife of 49 years, Helen Adams
Amburgey; children, James Rodney
(Brandy) Amburgey- of Sultan,
Wash., Jarod Benton "Jay" (Kelhl)
Amburgey of Keystone Heights,
and Dana Sloan (Tom) Polk of Al-
bany, Ga.; siblings, Jerry W.
iEvalea) Amburgey and Patricia
(Jim) Adams, both of Gainesville;
arid six grandchildren-
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Provi! and Mabel Ambur-
eF~uneral Services for Mr. Ambur-
gey were held on Nov. 16 at Coun-
tryrside Baptist Church with pastors
Bill and Gene Keith conducting` the
services. Burial followed the sely-
ices at Countryside Cemetery.
In liesi of flowers, donations may
be made 'to the Cou~ntryside Baptist
Church building fund at 10926
N.W. :39t" .Ave., Gainesvhle, FL
.32606; or Child Evangelism of
North Centi~al Florida.
A Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home -of
hyelrose.

Louise Bell
M~ELROSE---Louise Edwards
Bell, 97, of Melrose passed away
Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011, at Windsor
Manot Nursing Home in Starke.
Mrs,. Bell was born on Feb. I1,,
1'914, in Starke to the late William
Mitchel and Delceta Cellon Ed-
wards- and was a lifelong area resi-
dent. She was a homemaker and a
member of Keystone Heights
Church of Chrst.
She was preceded in death by her
husband of 62 years, Jack Bell.
She is survived by: her son, Rob-
ert H. (Carolyn) Bell of Melrose;
her granddaughter Joy Carol Bell o
Melmose; and. two great-
grandchildren.
Funera;;l services for jAls. Bell
will be Satuiday, Nov. 19, at 11


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the Full Gospel Assembly in Lake
Butler.
He is survived by: his parents,
Carl Clifton Sumaner Jr. of Keystone
Heights and Deborah Tomlinson
Swilley of Melrose; a sister, Kristi
Sumner of Starke: his maternal
grandmother, Frances G. Tomlin'son
of Melrose; paternal grandparents,
Carl and Gloria Sumner of Key-
stone Heights and Lettie Faye Jef.
fers of Starke.
Mr. Sumner was preceded in
death by his aunt, Tammy Olive, his
grandfather, Wilbert Tomlinson,
and his cousin, Toni Lynn.
Funeral services were held Nov.
15 at the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home in Keystone Heights with
Marvin Sellers conducting the serv-
ices. Burial followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery. Arrangements
IGa daer Fu ralc Hme of e-
stone Heets.


fiberglass sculptures on display at
Universal Studios, Islands of Ad-
venture, and throughout Gai~nesville.
She enjoyed watching court shows
and Lifetime and traveling to St.
Augustine Beach. Theresa loved her
family and her pets dearly, espe-
cially her dog. Chloe.
She is survived by: her loving
husband of 23 years, Ronnie Tew of
Lawtey; her children, Hollie Tew of
Jacksonville, Winston Dcale
(Heather) 'Herring of Lawtey,
Amanda (Beth Peeples) Newman of
Kingsland, Ga., and Jeremy Tew of
Lawtey; her brothers, Wiley, Steven
and Matthew Brewer; her sister,
Lori Bosarge; her brother-in-law,
Larry W. Tew; her nephew, Robert
KyleBenton; and her dog, Chloe.
A private memorial visitation was
held on W~ednesday, Nov. 16. from
5-7 p.m. at Archie Tanner Funeral
Servee ritneStarkeandA~rrn ments
Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
Visit *
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PAID OBITUARY


Charlotte Wallace
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Chariptte Oliver Wallace, 86, of the


9, 2011.

12,M 95, al Paet, WVa. toonhe= l
Merle and Hazel Mooney Oliver Sr.
She had been a resident of the Post
Master's Village since 1991, after
moving there from Ansted, W.Va.
She was also involved with the
Lighthouse Global Ministnies in
Waldo. Prior to her retirement, Mrs.
Wallace was a post master for the
United States Postal Service in West
Virginia.
She is survived by: her husband
of 68 years, Charles William
Wallace Jr.; a daughter, Ann (Ed)
Perry of Keystone Heights; a son,
David (Debra) Wallace a of Holden,
W.Va.; siblings, Merle Oliver Jr.
and Lois (Ronald) Cottrell, all of
Pratt, W.Va.; three grandsons, two
step-grandsons, and six great-


grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Wallace
were held on Nov. 12 in the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home chapel
with Pastor Joe Murphy conducting
the services. Burial followed at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers the family is
requesting contributions be made to
the Alzheimer's Research Founda-
tion, 4510 N.W. Sixth Place, Suite
100 B. Gainesville, FL 32607. Ar-
rangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Cedric Wildes
BALDWIN--Cedric Wildes, 86,
of Baldwin passed away Friday,
Nov. 11, 2011, at the Jane Adams
House Assisted Living in Fer-
nandina Beach following an ex-
tende Wi s was bomn in Way-
cross, Ga., but lived most of his life
in Lake Butler and Baldwin. Prior to
retirement, he worked withi Hercules
Powder Company and the U.S.
Postal Service. He was a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II and wag a
member of Free and Accepted hMa-
sons Lodge #217 in Baldwin. He
was also a member of the First


United Methodist Church of
Baldwin.
He was preceded in death by his
first wife, Barbara Andrews Wildes,
and a daughter, Faye W. Todd.
Mr. Wildes is survived by: his
wife, Rosie Driggers Wildes of
Baldwin; a son, Lamar (Jennifer)
Wildes of Femnandina Beach;' a
stepdaughter, Melanie (Dan) Davis
of Raiford; brothers, Edward Wildes
of Orlando and Grady Wildes of
Waycross, Ga.; 10 grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, Nov. 17, from 6-7
p.m. at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.


A memorial service will be held
on Friday, Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. at the
Baldwin United Methodist C3hurch.
A graveside service will ~follow at
2:30 p.m. at Dekle Cemetery in
Lake Butler with the Rev. Dan
Search conducting the services.
The family requests that, in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to the
Baldwin United Methodist Church
building fund, 51 Chestnut St.
South, Baldwin, FL 32234-1800 or
to Community Hospice of Northeast
Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jack-
sonville, FL 32257.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archer Funeral Home.


Charles Parrish
LAKE BUTLER-Charles
Melvin Parrish, 52, of Lake Butler
passed away on Wednesday. Nov. 9-
2011, at his home near Providence
in Union County-
Mr. Parrish was bomn in Jackson-
ville and I~ved most of his life in
H-(igh -Springs. He lived in Lake
Butler for the past three years. He
was a brick mason and attended the
Church of God.
Mr. Parnish was preceded in
dbath by his brother. Carlton Par-
rish, and his sister, N~ancy Ruth
Oilar. ..
Mr. Parrish is survived by: his
Wife of 26 years, Barbara Heath
Parrish; his parents, Curtis and
,N~omi Grace Parnish of Lake City:
a .daughter, Samantha Wamner of
Like City; a son, Curtis Melvin

tes hit y Wck of Brfrd
and Angela Howard of Ohio; a
b:6ther, Terry Allen Parrish of Ft.
White; sisters, Nelda Jean Waldron
of.Lulu and Helen Annette Beavins
o~f: Lake City; and eight grandchil-
dfen.
funeral services were held Nov.
I~lat Archer Funeral Home in Lake
BUtler with the Rev. Rosanna Bar-
nett conducting the services. Burial
fo lowed n Elaey Chapel Cemetery.


ABBEVILLE, Ala.--Eddie Lee

die tSudy a4No 6 .AP 1 atA t
Henry County Health and Rehabili-
ftation Center in Abbeville following
:an extended illness.
':Mr. Smith was born in Tampa on
May 2, 1962, and lived most of his
!life in Bonifay before moving to
.Alabama. He was a veteran of the
;U.S. Army, who spent 19 years
:serving with the 153'd Brigade. He`
:also served in the Gulf War. He was
~of the Baptist faith.
'Mr. Smith was prec,ed d in death
~by his father, Eddie Lee Smith Sr.
: He is survived by: his mother,
Mblay H. Smith of Tamp~a; his for-
~mer wives, Maggie Woodham and
Tqrresa Pittman; his wife, Tina
*CBek; daughters, Shelley Marie
(Victor) Abrams of Michigan, Amy
Mv~ichelle (Joel) Nornfan of Raiford,
bridc Dana Michelle Pritchard of
~G orga ,ans,t Cohris opkhseonv lee
IP~die Lee Smith III of Eufaula,
Aia:, and Ryan (Heather) Cook of .
lacksonville; sisters, Diana Vickers,
flazel Lynn, Theresa Marshall,
Catherine Moody and Debbie Stone;
brothers, Richard Moody, Chuck
Smith and Randy Smith; 22 grand-
phildren and one great-
;granddaughter.
SFuneral services were held Nov.
Y1 at Pine Grove Congregational
'Methodist ~Church near Raiford with .
(Foel Norman and the Rev. Larry
Finley conducting the serviced.
burial followed at Pine Grove
Cemetery.
::Arrangements were under the .
%are of Archer Funeral Home of
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Following an incompletion,
Nick Verschaeve sacked Fields
for an 8-yard loss. Verschaeve
then made the tackle on a fake-
punt attempt, which resulted in
a loss of 8 yards.
Keystone was in scoring
position quickly following the
turnover on downs. A 27-yard
run by Gonzales and
subsequent personal foul
penalty gave the Indians a first
down at the 8-yard line. The
Indians lost a yard on the
following play, but Harvey
tossed a touchdown pass to


Julius on second 'down-.'
McLean's PAT' put the Indians
up 35-7 with 1:07 left in the.
half.
Keystone's defense closed.
out the half with Verschaeve~
getting another sack and ~
Holden Huggins mnterceptmng a
pass.
The Indians forced five
turnovers in all--one of which'
occurred on the opening drive:
of the second half when John
Brown recovered a fumble to'
give his team the ball at its
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scooting down the sideline for
a 22-yard touchdown with 2:21
to play in the first.
P.K. Yonge quarterback
D'karas Fields scored on a 55-
yard run to make it a 14-7, but
the Blue Wave would not
score again until the fourth
quarter.
A 20-yard run by Gonzales
and personal foul penalty on
the Blue Wave had Keystone
on the mooe again. Gonzales
had five carries on the drive,
gaining 50 yards and scoring
on a 13-yard run early in the
second quarter.
.Dalton Beard recovered a
P.K. Yonge fumble on the
ensuing series, giving thle
Indians the ball at the Blue
Wave 24. AI 10-yard reception
by Matthew Dickinson
resulted in a first down at the
10 before Gonzales eventually
soed frm 5 yards out at the
Fields moved the Blue Wave
downfield with a completion
of 17 yards and runs of 11 and
14' yards. P.K. Yonge had a
first down atthe Keystn r34,


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights rolled up
more than 400 yards of
offense--with Alex Gonzales
rushing for 175 yards and four
touchdowns--as the Indians
put a successful .cap on a
turnaround season with a 56-
14 win over visiting P.K.
SYonge on Nov. 10.
The Indians (6-3) also got
two touchdowns and 74 yards
from fullback Bruce Kirksey in
improving upon its 2-8 record
in 2010.
Head coach Chuck
Dickinson admitted he didn't
know how his team would play
having not only played in a
districtt shootout on the
iMonday before the game,
which gave the Indians only
two full days to prepare for the
'Bue Wave but toinghi to

and missing out on a playoff
berth,
Any concerns were erased
~early with a game-opening, 79-
:yard tuhdown drod eelng
coming in tonight," Dickinson
Said, "but the kids came out
and played card."
Keystone scored on all five
of its first-half drives-minis
Sa one-play possession that had
SquarterbackEvan Harvey take
a knee going into the half-
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ur scores. have 17 seniors on this team.
as a junior, is They committed to having a
or excitement successful year."
next year's team, The turnaround had
,n said this year's Keystone in the mix for a
will be missed. He playoff berth, but it didn't
e players with this quite happen as the Indians,
ound. tied for second mn District 4-
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have nothing to hang their
heads about.
"I think they can take solace
in the fact they beat three
teams this year that~are in the'
playoffs," Dickinson said.
Keystone's first scoring
drive was dominated by
Gonzales, who picked up two
tighten. first downs with, runs before
natthewJulius' 20-yard reception gave
atthewthe Indians a first down at the
)ickinson P.K. Yonge 20. Gonzales had a
lakes a catch 13-yard run that set up- his 7-
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n the season- mark of` the opening quarter.
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oint win over the first of his six PATs to
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The Blue Wave went three-
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Keystone, upon getting the ball
back, responded with a lI-
pa,65-yard scoring drive.
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21 yards, while Gonzales
capped the drive by taking a
pitch from Harvey and


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10 digs. Worthington had 11
assists to go along with 14
idigs, seven service points and
Four aces.
Though the loss was
disappointing, Andrews said
.'nothing could be taken away
From what her~ players
accomplished this season. The
i istec tchamp osip a wr
:one win away from advancing
:to the state semifinals for the
first time in school history.
"We're extremely proud of
them," Andrews .said. "We've
:had ea' tremendaoc o seshoe
somethi h no othen teamnha

County. Tonight, we just
:couldn't get in a groove, but
.hey, .our season has been
tremendous."


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celebrate 60th
The children and grandchil-
dren of Bryan and Jeanette Hen-
dricks invite everyone to attend
the celebration of the couple's
60th wedding anniversary.
The event will be held on
Sunday, Nov. 20, from 3-5 p.m.
at the Lak6 Butler Church of
Christ fellowship hall.
You presence would be their
treasured gift.


Births

Ethan Griffis
Kristin and Billy Griffi~s of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Ethan James Griffrs,
on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, in
Gainesville. He joins a sister,
Laney Griffis.
'Maternal grandparents are
Janine Manning of Brooker and
the late Bruce Manning. Mater-
nal great-grandparents are Mary
Sue Willingham and Otis and
Dee Tetstone, all of Brooker.
Paternal grandparents are
Sheila and Mitchell Griffis of
Lawtey. Paternal great-gran -d
parents are Gennell Starling of
Starke and the late U.L. S'tar-
ling.



Words cannot describe
what being a part ofthis
.wonderful town means
to us. We would like to
thank all ofLake Butler
for all oftheir support
and prayers. While we
still have a long road to
go (after the accident)
with God by our side and
all ofyoti, we knowr wle
can rpake it. We are truly
blessed tobe part ofthis
comniy z
Amy, Brian, Clay,
Deanna, Eric and Brett
Abraham. Isaiah 41l:10.


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Pretty in pink and oh so
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to her cute little feet! Spike and '
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birth of their daughter, Cali Re.-
nee, on Thursday, Nov. 3 2011, .
at North Florida Regional Med-
ical Center at 8:34 a.m -
She weighed 7. 12 pounds and
was 20.5 inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Cindy and Hanny DeJesus and
Henry and Laurie Turner. Pater-
nal grandparents are Carl and
Sara Bedford. Maternal great-
grandparents are Rosa and the
late Leon Griffis and Don-and
Alice Turner. Paternal. great-
grandparents are the late Ella
and Joseph Bedford and the late
Paul Allen.
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Koleson Andrew Lee


Koleson Lee
Timothy and Jolee Lee an-
nounce the birth of their son,
TXoleson Andrew Lee, on Thurs-
day, Nov. 3, 2011.
He weighed 8 pounds, 13
ounces and measured 20.5 inch-
es at birth. Hie jomns a brother,
Cayden, 3.
Maternal grandparents are
Jana and Jerry Revels Jr. of
Starke. Maternal great-grand-
parents are Barbara and Thom-
as Whaley of Starke and Bar-
bara and Jerry Revels Sr. of
Tampa. Maternal great-great-
grandmother is Fannie Revels
of Tampa.
Paternal grandparents are
Danny Lee and Linda Lee of
Starke. Paternal great-grand-
parents are William ~and Betty
Lunn Of Highland and Louise
Lee of Starke.


Mr. and Mrs. Jiohn Pietklewicz

Riddick, Pietklewicz are married


bride's father gave her in mar-
riage. Music was provided by
Mary Dennison and Brandi and
Ariel LeVasseur.
The maid of honoer was Jerrica
Revels and bridesmaids were
Chasity Whitaker, Jessica Best,
Holly Tew, Katelyn Guinrsler,
Kate Pietkiewicz and Anne
Pietkiewicz,
The best man was David Piet-
kiewicz and groomsmien were
Clayton Riddick, Sieron Dottin'
Justin Ortagus, J.P. Clark, Chris
Ryan, Adam Tidal and Andrew
Lockhart. Ring bearer was Judah
LeVasseur.
The couple honeymooned in
Long Boat Key and now resides
in Winter Park.


Kelly. Riddick and John Piet-
kiew~icz were married on Aug. 6,
201 1, in the First Baptist Church
of Starke
The.bride is the daughter of
Danny and Sheryl Riddick of
Hampton. She graduated from
Bradford qigh School and Fla-
gler College, where she received
a bachelor's degree in business
administration.
The groom is the son of Stan
and Kathy Pietkiewicz of Winter
Park. He graduated from Winter
Park High School and Flagler
College, where he also received
a bachelor's degree in business
adm in istration.
~The -ceremony was performed
by Pastor Rodney Coe and the


Starke Rotary
gOlf tourney is
Set for Friday
The Rotary Club of Starke
w:iill host its annual golf
tournament on Friday, Nov.
18, at the Starke Golf and

Prizes will be awarded to
first-, second- and third-place
.te m. There wil lzaso be d e

longest drive and closest to the
The cost to enter the
tournament--a four-person
scramble format that has a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.--is
$50 per person. Cart and lunch
are included in the cost. A
beverage cart will be made
available during play.
Fiele sponsors are still
nee d. To sponsor or register
to, play, please call Jesse
Gathright at 904-545-6403,or
send email to
jesse@ ameri candreamflorida.
com.
All proceeds will help the
Rotary Club of Starke fund
local and international
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Department to
host turkey
shoot Saturday
The Brooker Volunteer Fire
Department will host a turkey-
shoot fundraiser on Saturday,
Nov. 19, at 8 a.m. across from
th'edaycare center in Brooker
on'S.R. 231.
'Bring a shotgun.
Ammunition will be provided,
:Gina will be serving her
famous chicken and rice.
,For more information,
please Fall 352-682-6972.

B~radford Co.
'Ed ucation

Foundation
~insettia sale
?i~ UrnS
jhe Bradford County
E nationn Foundation's fourth
annual poinsettia sale returns
th~year, with plants priced at
$ jj$each
8i you live in the local area,
fo idation members will
'delter the plants to you on
Thursday, Dec. 1. Otherwise,
thk plants may be picked up at
Capital i''ity. Bank in Starke on
Fryday, Dec. 2, beginning~ at 9
a.m .
Contact any Bradford
C unty Education Foundation
member or Julee Tinsler at the
school district office (904-966-
6023) to order your
I~insettias .

EnjOy hun in
talk, chili a't

*Thursday



Th se Trs ay, Nov: ry,
dro~sshorn Ministries will host
a meeting that will serve up
chili and cover all things
hunting at the Starke Golf and
:Country Club at 7 p.m.
inTh einteracive nmeiln wH l
various hunting topics, tips,
strategies and ideas you can
:use for your next outdoors

qeti-n d as erw sesio naa
well as a show-and-tell session
that has been renamed the
1"Dr g (It In) and Brag"
You may bring your recent
deer antlers and tell a quick
version of your story. .
Chili and the fixin's will be
provided, but you are
:encouraged to bring snacks,
desserts and/or drinks.
Crosshorn Ministries is open
:to male's of all ages, providing
a forunf for outdoors talk,
~fellovl ~p. and. Bible study.
IFor ricinformation, please
Ivisfit ~lthe~ website www.
:crosshohniministries. org, or
corigat John Whitfield by
calling 352-475-1904 or
Ise;-iding '' '-mail to
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needed for
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annual holia frdraiser i e
to begin, and volunteers are
still needed to help ring the
bl nt sBradford and Union
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will be held every day except
Sunday through Saturday, Dec.
24, from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. at
the following locations:
Walmart (both entrances) and
Winn Dixie. In Lake Butler,
the campaign will be held on
Saturday, beginning Dec. 3.
Volunteers are usually
asked for a two-hour
commitment.
If you are interested in
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drive to theC Ba;ker 14 before
Singlleoni initerceplte a pRss
for thle Wildetlcs. IBaker drove
76i yards before getting a 37-
yard~t f~ield goal from
WYanlamaker to go up 41-17
la\te in the fourth quarrer-.
Chipoletti, who finished the
game with 19 completions on
37 attempts for 210 yards,
completed three straight passes
on the ensuing drive as the
Tornadoes moved downfield
from their own 39, with
Clayton's 32-yard reception
resulting in a first down at the
Baker 15. Chipoletti eventually
scored on his third touchdown
run of the night-a 9-yarder
with 1:28 Icft in the game.
Smith's PAT cappecd the


scoring.
D~erek Chipoletti was
disappointed in the fact his
team finished 0-3 against rivalf~
Baker County, Keystone
Heights and Union County;
though the Union game was a
preseason game that didn't
count. However, his team~;
accomplished one of its goals~
this season in earning a playoff
berth.
"We're in a process. cil
building a program," said
Chipoletti, who's in his second::
year as coach. "It comes ih
steps. Last year, the goal was::
to have a winning season. This
year, it was to make the
playoffs. Who know? Thie.
sky's the limit after that."


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thet r~egular-sea~sonr finale for
bo~thi tcarms onl Nov\. 1 I.
T~he WVildcats amassed 469
\pr~swith ost of that
commull froml Sirkl, who
comlpl ted 29 of 36 passes for
354 vards.
"Thev\'re bigger,. stronger
and1~ faster than us right now,"
Bradtford head coach Derek
'C'hipoletti said. "That's all
there is to it.'
It w\as a 10-all game, but the
WVildlcats scored twice in the
final 4:47 of the first half to go
inlto the locker rooml up by 14.
Tfhe score that broke the tie
w\as set up by anl interception
aIt the Bradford 37-yard line.
Bak-er added to its lead by
sco~rinig less than three minutes
into the third quarter.
'"We could've gone in tied at
hlalftime,. and we throw a pick
thlat olves them good field
positi n," Chipoletti said. "It '
snowrballed after that."
TIhe Wildcats struck first
after receiving the opening
kickoff. They weret facing a
se~cond-and-28 from their own
10 after a holding penalty, but
Sirk was1 able to hook up with
Kendrick Singletoni along the
sideline, w'ith the receiver
sprinting his w'ay toward a 90-
yarld touchdown that put the
Wildcats up 7-0 after Jeremy
Wannamaker's PAT.
A 19-yard reception by
Brandon Thomas gave the
Tornadoes a first down at the
Baker 35 on their first series of
the game, but they were
eventually forced to punt.
However. the offense got the
ball back when the defense
forced the Wildcats to go three
and out.
The ensuing punt had
Bradford start g its second
drive at the Baker 45. A 5-yard
run by quarterback Austin
Chipoletti was followed by his
23-y'ard pass to Kenny
Dinikins. A personal foul
penalty on Baker one play later
put the Tornadoes at the 8-yard
line. A 7-yard reception by
Deantre Burch set up
Chipoletti's 1-yard touchdown
plunge. Nate Smith's PAT tied
the game at the 3:58 mark of
the first quarter.


Wildcats in thec redton w~~ic \iti a

Hloweve\r, Hker hadl to settle
for a~ 2-yarld fickil goall by '

inl thle opening quarter.
A .32-yard kickloff' retlulrn by
Isaiah Jamisoni put tle
'Tornladoes inl goodl field
position for their next series at
their owVn 42. A 13-yard
reception by Clayton -wh< led
Bradford with seven receptions
for 65 yards-resulted int a first
down at the Baker 45. A
personal foul penalty on the
Wildcats then moved the
Tornadoes to the 28. Thomas,
who finished with four
receptions for 49 yards, had a
catch good for 17 yards to the
11 to help set up an eventual
25-yard field goal by Smith.
The kick tied the score at 10-
all five seconds into the second
quarter.
Bradford's defenlse forced
the Wildcats to punit onl the
next series. The TIor-nadoeas,
backed up at their own~l 14,
were able to get a fi's t don
on a 10-yard r~cep~tionl by
Thomas, but turned thle bhil l
over on an interception by
Baker's Rolandl Gaskinis thiat
gave the Wildcats the ball at
the Bradford 37. Five plays
later, the Wildcats scored on
Sirki's 17l-yard touchldowni pa;ss
to Singleton.
The Tornadoes dr-ove p~ast
midfield on the ensuing
possession, with Chipoletti
gaining 11 yards on a run and
the Wildcats being hit with an
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty. Bradford had aI first
down at the Baker 34. but t~o
sacks of Chipoletti re'suIlted in
a total loss of 17 yards. T~he
Tornadoes punted, giiving tle
Wildcats possession at their
own 14 with 2:03 left in the
half.
Baker picked up first downls
on Falon Lee's 21-y-ard run
and Singleton's 24-yard
reception. Malone Halle~y took
a pass from Sirk, broke sevtr~al
tackles and scored onl a1 9-
yard play that sent the
Wildcats into the locker room
up 24-10.
Bradford got the ball first to
open the second half, but tle
Tornadoes were hlurt by a
holding penalty andi an 8-yard
sack. A quick kick traveled
only 12 yards. writh Hake~r s
Kyle Alexander catching: the
kick and returning it 2-0 yarlS
to the Bradford 2,1. A dead-ball


Bran on
Thomas runs
II! after making a
Catch in the
Tornadoes'
loss to Baker
: County.
Thomas had
four receptions
for 49 yards "








yards to set up, Chliplecltti s 1-
ya~rd touchdtownl runr withl 7:02
to, pla~y in thec thiird quarter.
Smith addetl d the PAT'.
Baker`I nleeded just five plays
to go back~ up' by 21. A .33-yard
catchl and( run b)y Hal~dley set up
first-anld-goal at the 3.
Brnd for~d s KeAlr~is Ar-dlcy
:made a tackle for a loss of 5
yairds. but thec Wildcatts found l
the end zoneL w\ithl Sirkl anld

anr 8-ya;r~d score tha1 p~u t Baker.
up' 58-17.
Two\~ rccrptionr s by Claytonl
andt a 14-yalrd r~ccption by
M~ar-tin had the T`ornadoe s on
the move. Thiey w~ere able to


s
'


per'Sona1Il ful penalty moved
thle ball to thle I 1. Twoo p~lys
later, Sinlgletlon caughllt iis

the~ Wildecnts ledl 31-10 at the


wvith a 68-yard scoring drive. A
19-yard reception by
Demelctriou~s Mar-tin anrd
subsequent personal foul
pena'lty oni Bakecr gave
~ra~dford a1 first down'r at the
Bakehr 37. Another catch by
Martin, whoII~ finished~ w\ith 46
ya~rdts onl three~t recep~tionls.
mloved the Tornl-adoes to the
241. Dester Claytoni had
consecutive runs of 12 and -II


Bradford
quarterback
Austin
Chi oletti
completed 19
passes for 210
yards and ran
for three
touchdowns.


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Belinda
Daniels, a
member of
American
Legion Post 56,
touts the
importance of
the day to
those who
gathered to
watch the
parade.


A parade, military displays,
hot dogs anti apple pie, mudc
and dancing were a few of the
features of an inaugural


ABOVE: Della
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parade.


Dancing to the
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Clay County
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Harli Mosley
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45
Land for Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oai~
trees, ready for home dr
mobile home. Keysto~f
Heights area. Askir~
$6,500. Call 904-63-
33SAC4RES, asking $22.001)
or 1.75 acres, askint
$12,500, high and dr).
cleared, ready for hor
or mobile home. Cpl
Marlena Palmer at SmiR
72 mithR ea ty. 9 4-422


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HORPE& TACTAUCTION,
Dec. 3. 12 noon, 2358
NWI CR.225A. Lawtey.
Consignments welcome.
Cash only, for more infor-
mation call 904-591-4191.
AB#199, AU#429.
42
MOtor VehicleS
& Accessories
BUCKET TR UCK. 1991




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51 Lost/Found
52 Animals &: Pets
55 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
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653 L~ove Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help W~anted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Car et Cleaning


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'1 AND 2
BEDROOM~ APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court~- Starke, FL
C811 for HIOI" IRfo
904-964-6216
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WeedEat/ng
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Care at a Great Price!


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.Owner: Kerry Whit/o~rd

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Set Right Mobile Homes
Spciarlizing Inr Relocationrs, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Roded (. tnn mhel Own" 904-364-6383

Licnsed Bonded Insurred Uc# III/10ZS656


Heights, CR 238, Lake
Bullet. Roaster, plus size
clothes, scrap booking
items, toys, household
items. Items too numer-
ous to mention. Don't
miss
54
Produce
PECANS. I buy pecans 2
miles East of Starke on
SR 16, 12-6 on Tues.
Thur. Sun. Closed Mon.
We how crack pecans.
904- 964-4399.
55
Wanted
BAHIA OR BERMUDA
FIELDS. Paying top dol-
larl Small or large tracks
for sod. Call 386-365-
5355.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free plck up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
LARGE FAMILY SIZE MI-
CROWAVE,$35, kero-
sene heater $35, wooden
bunk beds $75, large
Marilyn Monroe picture
$20, glass top shelves
$3, China Closet $30,
quilting stand $20, mini
94-d966 747 esecal
73'x16' DUAL AXLE TRAIL-
ER. No Gate. $750 obo.
Cal 904-364-3678.

POFSOnal

YARD AND ROOF WORK,
Iawn mowing weed de ati
removal, roof pine straw
and leaves removal,
gutr atnd xdpo n sp u
censed, and fully insured.
Call for free estimates
904-966-3017.


47 FORECLOSURE 2008
SCOmmercial 32x80 on 8.61 Acrs Mint
Property (Rent cntonOhdprh.
~j Lease, Sale) or ad99 do n/$ 900 o
SOFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq ft. Call 904-259-4663
$3.000/mo. or3,000 sq.ft. MANAGER SPECIAL, only 1
$1.500/mo. Warehouse, atti rc!Hg 28
3.000 sq. ft. $800/mo. atBthiset u ndud li32rx 0
Office and warehouse $44,900. Call Jared o
3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo.or
:(Smith & Smith Realty. Greg @ 904-259-4663.
DONONTRE~904-964-9222. BANK REPO 1999 3BR
DOWNOWNSARKEro-DWMH. Great shape! Set
::fessional Offices for rent. up and delivered $29,900.
: $315permonth. Confer- Call Greg @ 904-259-
Sence room, kitchen, utili- 4663.
ties and more provided. NO MONEY DOWN.When
S904-364-8395. you own your own land,
'N ICE OFF IC E/R ETA IL no money downI Call 904-
S.SPACE on Walnut St. 259-4663.
down from Post Office. WAYNEFAIER MACCLEN-
Call 904-364-9022 to see NY new location. Exit
or for more information. 336 off 1-10. Doublewides
OFFICE BUILDING WITH 2 $29,900. Only factory
OFFICES. One main work outlet in North Florida.
area for multi workers. In- Call 904-259-4663.
eludes kitchen, two bath- 50 O~e
rooms, shower, 12-14d Fp r en
vaCeupnatFrkinfrsition, LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
call 904-364-9022. Rent HOME PARK, Keystone
is$500/mth. Heights. For rent 2/BR
COMMERCIAL OFFICE mobile homes.$400-
SPACE for lease. Close $500/mo. First month,
to Bradford County and security. Call Rick at
Courhous. Cal 35- 352-235-0506
Co5u0t039us. Cal32 VE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
RETAILSPACE n busy MH~ clean, close to prison
sRETiL SPCenE in00 bsy~ Call 352-468-1323
"it. scSn h1,HOWO s3 SPECIAL MNeTw R No
frontage, across from the vated 2ie & 3l BR mobie
KOA Campground and homes in Sta rke/Lae
n tt to Lig tning5Pawn. hom 46i Str e Lk


BHo~mes fcor Sa E MuOBTstHrOi ESt $50R
BLOCK HOME for sale. per month. Hidden Oaks'
2,81s q h t. .tot 1.5 AO k 6-1utler. Call 386
glass/screen enclosed VEFRURN SEOENDE PERSON
Florida room, front I~v- FRIH 'P o
ind g rom diti reo Bi c n sLaakde Poss ble
wood flooring, marble erences required. For
fireplace and built in wood information all 352-473-
sh el and c bnets 2 779 AI meA

ups, 2 storage sheds, Covered parking, washer/
tlag itir acre with dryr37dcable3 (60/mo
east of hospital on CR 2BR APT. down town
230 (Call Street), great Starke. $450/mo. Will
area for kids and recre- wOkndu npayme t pC n
ation, close to town and *Jo' ialnd 904-9 ty 3 fo
shopping. $198K obo, Ja 0-6-3 fr
ceae me sge iews by1R A WA HRR-
Sappointment only. ER Nce up tirs ap .
2BERL1ANWYRMD e45p/o. Wilwr

745-0039. 964-4303.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
49 MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St
Moble Homes Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
For ale711.Rentalassistancefor
KEFSONro HelGHTS 3BR/ 8 R Cad ion-HC
2BA, 1200 sq.ft. Built in 03 accessible apartments.
on nicely landscaped acre Laundry facility and play-
o had tree 0il oar- gr egpr vid d 'h
RTO/Oce at$329/m0. o.Callr institution is an equal
904-589- $39585 al opportunity provider and
:FORT WHITE. This lovelya 3emp44loyqr "~all 386-496-
S3BR/2BA would grake-- PEn rxlFi91T ~ROOlyS
anyone a perfect starth for rent at Lne Magnolia
beem bl n 9i Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
is located on very shaded rates, by the month. Call
1 ascr kot ad i riWe 90-6-4303 for more
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*Full carpeting and vlny'l iloxonng
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*L~ovely landsca mng Patios &: Po-rches ~or o~uldoor lit Ing
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2RBR/1 A696 Epperson St.
In S arke. 4700/mo. 352-
745-0039.
UPSTAIRS 1BR APART-
MENT wi washer/ ry~er
mth Cail 904-964-4303
for information.
HOUSE FOR RENT' 33B1R7
28A with garage* 31
Redgrave St. Starke.
$800/mo. plus deposit.
Not HUD applicable. Call
904-742-5985
STARKE 4BR/3BA, 2052
sq.ft. Built in 04. This
home is equipped.with aill
the amenities you could
want on a secluded 1.5
acre landscaped lot close
to shopping. Wili consider
an RTO/OF at $595/mo.
Cali 904-589-9585
MIDDLEBURG 4BR/3BA*
2079 sq ft. Meticulously
clean living Rm/D~en/Bo-
nus Rm with a dream
kitchen, front and back
deck. Fenced, tediously
landscaped 1 acre yard,
built in 06. Shows brand
new. Will consider RTO/
OF at$590/mo. Call 904-
589-9585.
MOBILE HOME & HOUSE
for rent. In good condition
For more information call
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959-
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1 8A snlewiel ter
4BR/2BA HOME, fenced
lot. $900/mo. Located in

FURRY FHDC 2R/1B tA I

vdr ,In eNno dmo
ing. Se vice animals only
Adls onlyu $0/olu .
386-496-0683.
2 MOBILE HOMES. 3BR/
rBA ChA,w o 1
and fire place. Just set
up, completely renovated

ance Beatiu t es
Country Club off 230
Nonasmokni, erib
Dec.1Ist. Only serious ap-
plicants, apply references.
$750/mo. plus $750 secu-
rity. 904-662-3735.
2BR/1BA SINGLEWIDE
MoOmBI HoOdMEpost14 e '
& Dollar General, $500/
mo. Call 3 6- 31-1917
NICE CLEAN 3 BR/1 BA
home, Starke. Newly
renovated. $650/mo. first,
Iast. Call 904-964-3595.
HOUSE KEYSTONE walk-
Aaila IT c cst.1 h lI
2BA, CHIA $700/mo. plus
$700 deposit. Fenced
mad bCall 3o .oe nor-
2BR/28A MOBILE HOME
available November 15th,
i~n small park K~eystone
Heig ts area. Garbage
rn dawn manenapng
$450 deposit. Call 352-
235-0020
KEYSTONE & STARKE
080 tSA r~en as front'
apee needed drom

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INRAAIFORD 3BR/2BA MH.
Front and back screen
porches, CH/A, service
animals only, no drinking,
no smoking. $450 per
month + $450 deposit
Call 386-431-1568.
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BACHIA.
water sof tener. $750/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.-
Call 904-364-9869
2BR/1BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME $400/
mo. 22515 NW 53rd
Ave., Lawtey. Fenced
in yard, service animals
only. Garbage service
and lawn service includ-
ed. Call 904-796-0501
or 904-796-0177.
2BR/2BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME $500/
mo. 22515 NW53rd Ave.*
La~utey Fenced in yard,
service animals only.
Garbage service and lawn
service included. Call
904-796-0501
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
for one or two people
$575/mo. plus $575 secu'
rity. Service animals only.
Call 904-964-9719
2 MOBILE HOMES- 2BR/
2BA, Hampton Lake'
$800/mo. 2BR/2BA, Law'
tey, $600/mo. Call Terri for
details 352-339-2054
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME-
Hampton Lake brea. Wa-

porch, ready to move
in. $400/mo. Call Debby

381B / & RG ESW H
onldd odreth t2S ges
$600/mo., first, Iast, $300
3/BdR tDOU6 9E6 ID4 on
wooded Iot CH/As, deck.

$2535o.6p8us deposit.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA single wide on

Cal35m2 Su 639 H
STARKE 3BR/1.5BA
SWMH outi~dmity li
deposit. 352-235-6319
2BR/2BA HOME with lare
enclose porch, laundry
room near Starke Country
Club. $595/mo. Call 904-
M RSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
pe rnontho iith $300 s -
475-6285.
MELROSE 38R/1BA inquiet
community, $42S/mo. with
$300 deposit. Call 352-
475-6285


CLARK FOUNDATION RE.
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam.
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
'has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles Will pick
upanywhere'. Upto$200,
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
ing and hedging. Great
pricesI Call Johnathari
904-364-6888.
DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062.
63
Love Lines
SINGLE MALE, wishes to
meet a nice single fe-
mle, 38 or oder. Pes
453-0837.
65

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NO DEPOSIT l
Equal housing
oprfun'y Th~is
Institution is an .
eqU8/Opportunity
provider &
Omployer.
CalNiaa
352-468-1971


Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468*2619.
WANTED 4 Licensed Hair-
'styllists, 2 Nail Techni-
cians, Certified Skin Care
Tech., and a Massage
Therapist. Call 904-964-
2225.
LOOKING FOR 1 sales
associate for franchise
dealer in Starke.. Ben-
efits include 5 day work
week with flexibithours
available, onsite train-
ing, weekly pay, commis-
alonsupto40%,401kand
health insurance avail-
able. Sales experience
preferred. Please call
Reece today at 904-964-
7500 for interview.
CUSTOMER SERVICE &
PRODUCTION person-
nel with good attendance
& punctuality, records
needed. Please respond
by fax 386-752-4918 or
by email atSales~abar-
sales.com.
PICK UP PECANS. Wyill
split proceeds or pecans
at 50/50. Call 904-904-
6516.
NEED SOMEONE with ix-
tensive experience on
Ebay. Good communi a-
tion skills (grammar, s 11l-
ing, etc) and knowledge
of shipping desired. Cl
904-964-6516.







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Available


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Cheveux
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comer of call a walnut st..
Starke, FL
19**>964-5900
DaFies WodrPlace;


dining room table with 6
chairs and much morel
FRI., SAT., SUN., 8am -7
CR 18, Lake Hampton
Plants, pottery, home
goods, holiday gifts, U
Create gift baskets.
BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE
Sat., 8am.-2pm. At sub.
divisions across from
Wal-Mart. 13948 SE48th
Ave
3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Sat.,
8am.-12pm. Adult and
children's dothes, house-
hold items. Too much to.
list. Follow signs, behind
Southside Elem. Colley
St. to Geiger St.
FRI. & SAT., 8am-4pm. CR
229 toward Raiford, 9
miles, follow signs. La-
dies clothes, 4-8, Christ-
mas items, home interior,
candles and greenery,
shoes, household items,
too many to list.


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
SAT., 8AM.-3PM. SR 100,
right across from Hitch-
cock's
VINTAGE BAR ITEMS. Fri.
& Sat., 8am.- 4pm. Fur-
niture, old school desks.
out oor urnituresclo krs
6859 Deer Springs Rd
EVERYTHING MUST GO



toutsnidedors, houig as
Rmx. nn q e 0ubad85

Commercial Circle, Key-
stn.Look for sg.
FU n nAIE DO s eprsa
ing money for cancer
tr atment. Fri. & Sat ,
sam. rom Bae god
ILewis Smith, multi family
STems -PM4 R CR
214.


530
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SAT., 8AM.-12PM. 9970
SW 150th Run, Cumorrah


SotenVillaspf
Starke Apts.
$190
Mlove-In Special
1 & 2 BR HC & onH
patet.Central a/-

qetatmosphere. Located
onSR-16, 1001 Southeml
VilsDr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295..,. TDD/TTY/
711. "This institution is an
opportunity poie
employer.


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Trailer Park

Clean, friendly
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Michael at
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52
Animals and
netS
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
Beautif ul gray tiger striped
kitten. Great early Christ.

352-473-4793
53A
Yard Sales
THUR. & FRI., 8am.-7
One mile off 301 on 225
West
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
Open every day intil Dec
18. Everything in house
must go. Household furni-
ture, antiqs and much
more. 157 leW 161ST
St., Starke. In Country
Club.
THUR., FRI., & SAT, 9am.-
2pm. Raiford on 121, 1/4
mile from Post Office,
Look for signs. Christ-
mas items, etc., clothes
SAT. 8sUN. 8am.-7 100
West towards Lake Butler
before New River Bridge.
SW 132nd Ave. 91 Ford
Pickup, looks good, runs
great-302 V-.8 many new
prts. Fec i, ga s
ware, line wir, cohs-
shos male table 8
oecais, maprtbl
cairsetcotTor ma Ih t
iT. Cancel if rain.
Ar.&SMP.9aA- DScrubE
bbm cloth s, house ho
cose rom Fl lving

14132 SE CR 100A.
SA2RDAY ONLY Bham -
Starke off of 100 East.
Knives, children & adult
clothes, books, CD's &
MULTI FAMILY, very large.
Sat., 8am.-3pm. FRK


904-364-6269.
MOVING'SL.S t zune
clothing and new scrubs.
furniture, glass tables,
antiques, beautiful bed
room set, computer desk.
house holds other misc.

sv.rig~ht bin~d Hap
ton Elem. School. Any-
thing and everything. All
must go. Price to sell.
YARD SALE Sat. Bam.-i
1pm. Near Starke Country
Club, follow signs. Baby
items, household items,


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Meghan Zinkel signs her letter-of-intent as parents Ronald and Kimberry look -on.
The signing ceremony was held Nov. 1.


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Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9. 13 12 11--45
BHS:- `18 5 15 13--51
Ke stone (5: Hamilton 10,
Leitheiser 9, Jiasmine Pernell 4,
Strassberger 10, Zinkel 12. 3-
pointers:- Pemell. Free
throws: 8-21.



KH HS
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A 21-yard run by Tra'Von
Thomas and a pass
ineree';ce penal td n apd
the I1. Kirksey scored on a run
from there on which he was
virtually untouched. With the
PAT, Keystone led 42-7.
..Garrett McGee came up with
tha\next turnover, intercepting
Fiel s. on heenextd sries as the

Keystone territory. Two plays
later, Kirksey bulled his way
into open field and scored on a
45-yard run. Logan Stanley
kicked -the PAT this time to
make it 49-7 with 4:18 to play
in the third quarter.
tT'he BluewW veaanlswered
touchdown pass from Fields to
Evan Cunningoham, but the
Indians had the final score of-
the ght hms o
finished the Toma with 5
yards on six carries, had runs
Key ton da rst swntoat te
P.K. Yonge 37. Josh Knight
dhmas p cky dup first d n
with at 2-yard carry .to the 18-
yard line. Two consecutive
runs 0,, Knight gained 10
yards before Lane Blantoni had

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Keystone recovered
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Telegraph, Times at: Monitor 8 Section Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights seniors
~Chelsea Harvin and Meghan
:Zinkel will not only get the
chance to continue playing
volleyball, but will get the
chance to do so together ns
Both received scholars ips
`from St. Johns River State
~College.
"I'm so glad I get to go with
someone else," Harvin said at
a.tNov. signing ceremony. "I
Could handle it if I was going
Iby myself, but it's so much
'beter going wNith a best friend,
a teammate."
She and Zinkel have played
~many big games together, and
that big-game felling, Harvin
said, was the only thing that
could compare to how she felt
~abolit getting a scholarship.
"It's just exciting," she said-
Zinkel admitted she was
speechless before finding~ the
jighi -words to describe her
xcite'ment.
. "I: never played volleyball
mntil seventh grade," Zinkel
said; "I just showed, up for
tryotats hoping to make it. I'm
hovct gettng a cholarship It's
.inc ibe.


Trying out for the junior
high team was really a way of
finding something to do' and
getting .involved in the school,
Zinkel said. Qver the years,
she became one of the varsity
team's most reliable outside
hitters .
Keystone head coach
Belinda Phillips, said Zinkel
drove herself to play to the
best of her ability. .
"She wants to be the best.
She pushes to be the best,"
Phillips said. "She will spend
hours and hours working to be
the best.''",
Harvin began attending
volleyball camps in fourth
grade and continued to do so
until she could begin playing
for the school's junior high
team.
Eventually, Harvin became
the varsity team's setter and a
player that teammates fed off
of
"She basically leads the
team," Phillips said. ."If she's
up, the team's up. If she's
down, she's really got to watch
herself because the team will
ge t down, too. She carries.the
team on her shoulders and
turns the team around. She selts


the pace."
Though playing setter in
high school, Harvin may move
to defensive specialist at St.
Johns.
"I think she's going to be
absolutely. amazing in that
regard," St. Johns head coach
Scott Conkling said.
Harvin said the; request
surprised her at first, but site
began practicing nrrore on her
passing skills to make that
position switch if ithappens.
"I do like being a defensive
specialist," she said. ."You
always get the first pass, just
like the setter gets the second
ball. I like that."
Conkling said Harvin
already knows how to dig and
pass. What she'll have to
adjust to is not playing right
side, where a setter would,
adjusting to different angles
'and being the team's primary
passer.
"She'll have to learn to be
more aggressive about taking
first balls," Conkling said.
As for Zinkel, Corikhing said
she'll have to adjust to playmrg
against bigger players, which
means bigger blocks.
"That's something she's
going to have to work on-
learning how to use the block
and hit around the block,"
Conkling said.
Conkling said the two
players are '"top-notch"
athletes who are coachable and
have the .attitude he looks for
in players. They're both good
students, too, he said.
"I- know for a fact they're
both going to be outstanding


leaders," Conkling said.
Zinkel, who is interested in
studying cardiovascular
ultrasound, said she may play
two years at St. Johns and then
transfer to another school and
focus on her academics.
Harvin, who wants to go into


nursing, does not rule playing
beyond St. Johns.
"I would love to play two.
more years after St. johns,"
Harvin said. -
Whatever the future holds
for Harvin and Zinkel,
Conklingn and Phillips don't


have any doubts about thq,
players making a successful
transition from Keystone
Heights High School to St.
Johns River State College.
''They will strive to be- the
best," Phillips said. "T~hey will
push themselves."


center midfielder Juan
Grimaldo redirecting the ball
past Blue. wave keeper
Brandon Poindexter in the 19'
minute. Approximately a
minute later, forward Zac
Hawkins sent a pass to
Grimaldo on a breakaway, that
ended with a tap-in by the
keeper and a 2-0 Keystone
lead. -
Logan Stanley added the
third goal of the half where he
broke nopenldw c ve rig
from Grimaldo in the 38th
minute.
Keystone had several
scoring opportunities in the
first half until finally
capitalin in tbheea58' miune
and scored on ian adssist 'from n
Zac Holman.
A Keystone defense of
Hawkmns, Wyatt Graziano,
Brandon Hannah, Tucker
McLean and Eric Webb shut
dthoat ad g neat ned a af nlse
goals mn wins over Gamnesville
and Santa Fe..Keystone goalie
Eric Wood stopped 23 shots,
including two breakaway
attempts.
Prior to playing P.K. Yonge,
the Indians opened the season
ashsaa on ov. ino raahat
Hawkins scored first,
drilling ah shot from 15 yards
out after receiving a pass from
Grimaldo in the sCdventh
minute. In the 19'h minute,
Grimaldlo intercepted ~a goal
def.s anbdeat etndNas a
goalie Matt Nichols for a 2-0
hatdin sored the first two
goals of the second half off of


assists from Grimaldo and
Hawkins. Webb headed a cross
to Matt.Crane, who blasted a
shot under the crossbar, while
Grimaldo capped the scoring
in the 78th minute, taking a
through ball from Holman.
The Indians travel to play
district opponent Interfachen
on Friday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m.
before traveling to play
'Fernandina Beach on Monday,
Nov. 21, at 6 p.m.

BrOnSOn
defeats

)eyS Orne girls
in baskettaII

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Three players scored in
double figures,- but the
Keystone Heights girls'
basketbalfrotean couldn't

quarter deficit, `losing its
season opener 51-45 to
Bronson on Nov. 14 in
I$ronson .
Meghan Zinkel scored 12
points to lead the Indians,
while also grabbing a team-
hihtl2 rebounds. Hanni
Strassberger each sedred 10
points, with Hamilton also
adding four assists.
Jordan Leitheiser had nine
points.
The Indians, who played
Mil dle urg thisidpast Tuesdaon
Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7:30
Ga esyi In MnM y, Noto
21, to play St. Francis at 7 p.m.


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Keystone, which playbd
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against P.K. Yonge on Nov. 14
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'in the first half to get the win.
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