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Republicans
meet Sept. 12
The Bradford County
Republican Executive Committee
will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday,
Sept. 12, in the Capital City Bank
boardroom located at 350 N.
Temple Ave. (U.S. 301) in Starke.
The guest speaker will be Leslie
Dougher. Leslie is a lifelong
Republican inspired by President
Ronald Regan. After moving
to Clay County in 1995, she
wasted no time getting involved
in her community and the local
Republican Party. In 2008, she
was elected as chairman of the
Clay County Republican Party.
In 2012, she was elected as the
chairman of the RPOF County
Chairman Caucus. -
In addition to politics she
served as the government affairs
chairman of the Clay County
Chamber of Commerce, which
advocates for local businesses.
Dougher's professional career
includes banking, human
resources, economic development
and real estate. She will be
speaking on ways to have a
successful fundraiser in a small
rural county.
The Bradford County
=Republican Executive Committee
represents the Republican voters
of Bradford County. If you are
[ a registered Republican, you are
invited to join. There are openings
for chairmen in some precincts.
Volunteers are needed to help
with upcoming events. Also, if
you are interested in helping to
pioneer a Young Republican Club
and are 18-40 years of age, get in
touch with the REC.
For more information please
contact Chairman David Dodge
at 352-'222-8609 o j oin the
Republican Party of Bradford
County Facebook page for
updates.



Diabetic foot
wellness topic
of luncheon
Mark your calendars for the
:Diabetic Foot Wellness Clinic and
Luncheon hosted by the Bradford
County Senior Center Tuesday,
Sept. 17, at noon. A board certified
pedorthist will be providing lunch
and information concerning
foot problems associated with
diabetes.
Get a foot assessment and
information on shoes and foot
care for those with foot issues due
to diabetes. Please call 904-368-
3955 to reserve your spot for the
luncheon.
Need help understanding your
Medicare or prescription plans?
Every Wednesday from 1-3 p.m.,
a SHINE representative will be
available at the senior center
to assist you with choosing the
correct plan or any other questions
you may have about Medicare.
Now that programs have moved
back to the senior center building
and the center has extended its
hours, Chair Yoga and Tai Chi
class is now available every
Tuesday from 1:30-2:30 p.m. and
every Thursday from 10-11 am.
Are you an artist or craftsman
and would like to share that talent
with others? Become a volunteer
at the senior center. Learn how by
calling 904-368-3955.
Bradford County Senior Center
is located at 1805 N. Temple
Ave in Starke. If you have any
questions or would like further
information on activities or
events, please call 904-368-3955.
A calendar of events can be found
at www.bradfordcountyfl.gov.


THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


Starke guardsman killed in roa<
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


A Bradford County soldier was killed in a
tragic automobile accident over the weekend as
he was on the way to training.
The accident took place around 7:17 p.m.
on Sept. 8 on 1-10 near Monticello, east of
Tallahassee. Staff Sgt. David Stone of Starke and
Capt. Tecari Czarnecki of St. Augustine were hit
while trying to assist another motorist.
The pair was part of a caravan from the Florida
National Guard, 11 members from the 44th
Civil Support Team at Camp Blanding. The two
vehicles were en route to a training facility. One
blew a tire and both pulled over to the shoulder of
the road. A car behind the convoy was struck by
debris and pulled into the grass median.
Stone and Czarnecki went to check on the safety
of that third driver. According to the Florida
Highway Patrol report, as traffic on the highway
began to slow, another car steered into the median
to avoiding hitting a braking vehicle. That 2009
Nissan Sentra driven by 22-year-old Shiv Patel
of Tallahassee instead hit Stone and Czarnecki.
At an estimated 70 mph, Patel continued across the


David Stone and his young family.

median and the eastbound traffic lanes, coming to a
stop at the tree line on the southern shoulder of the


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highway.
Patel sustained minor injuries, but the
guardsmen's injuries proved fatal and they
were pronounced deceased later at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
Just 30 years old, Stone is survived by his wife,
Katie, and their young son. His mother is Layne
Stone, a former city councilwoman in Hampton
where Stone grew up, and his father is David
Stone Sr. He also leaves behind a sister, Amanda,
and a brother, Daniel.
Both Stone and Czarnecki worked full time
for the Guard. Maj. Gen. Emmett Titshaw was
quoted by WJXT saying they were just doing
what comes natural to service members-helping
out others. The loss to the team is substantial, he
said.
A procession of law enforcement officers and
family returned Stone home Tuesday evening.
Community members who heard about the
procession stood on the side of the road with flags
and signs to honor Stone and express support for
his family.
He was taken to Archie Tanner Funeral Home
south of Starke, but memorial plans had not been
released as of press time.


Community members turned out to pay their respects to Staff SgL David Stone as he was returned home Tuesday evening.


Starke votes to end red light camera discussion


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
..Telegraph Editor..
Red light cameras are dead in
Starke, at least until the next time the
city commission decides to revive the
issue.
Four of five commissioners voted to
end pursuit of a camera contract when
some proposed changes to a contract
with American Traffic Solutions were
rejected by the company.
Starke's former attorney, Terry
Brown, appeared before the
commission Sept. 10 to share
information from discussions he,
the mayor and operations manager
had with the company and its legal
representation.
SBrown had been asked to look at
the contract ATS had with Orange


Park and make changes that would be
advantageous to the city. Of primary
importance was the concept of cost
neutrality. According to Brown, the
contract technically included cost
neutrality protection for the city when
certain cameras did not generate
revenue as expected, but only because
revenue from the cameras that were
performing well would be used to
cover those losses.
In this way, Brown said, the system
citywide would be cost neutral, but
he changed the language so that each
camera location was expected to be
cost neutral, with the rational being
that it was the camera company
that was recommending where to
install cameras based on expected
performance. If they didn't work
correctly or didn't produce the


projected amount of revenue, the, city
shouldn't be expected to lose revenue
to the camera company.
Brown said he wasn't hopeful that
ATS would change its position on
neutrality, but one area the company
was immovable on was the penalty for
contract cancellation. If signed, the city
could leave the contract with or without
cause, but if it did so without cause, the
agreement called for a $2,000 a month
payment to ATS per camera for each
month remaining on the contract.
This is the company's attempt
to cover the cost of removing the
cameras as well recoup its investment
in purchasing the cameras. Even if the
company is spending $120,000 per
camera, Brown said, ATS is getting the
cameras back. Why should the city pay
for them? Brown had offered instead a


single $2,000 payment per camera to
cover the cost of removal, but that's all.
While it was flexible on some other
proposed changes in the contract,
based on his discussions with the
company, Brown said ATS would not
budge on this.
Wary of the possibility of owing
the camera company anything, the
commission voted to end the discussion
of red light cameras. Commissioner
Wilbur Waters, a vocal proponent of
the cameras, made the motion to that
effect after hearing what Brown had to
say.
Commissioner Carolyn Spooner
argued that there were other companies
that might offer the city an acceptable
contract, but she was alone in voting
against an end to camera discussions.


Prescription drug ring busted


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Nine were arrested on drug-related
charges by the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office Drug Task Force in
a bust appropriately called Operation
Walking Dead.
According to Capt. Brad Smith, the
Sept. 6 and 7 operation was part of a
lengthy undercover investigation of the
illegal purchase, sale and distribution
of prescription narcotics.
"During the investigation agents
discovered that numerous people living
in Bradford and Union Counties would
obtain prescription pills by fraudulent
means and either use or sell the pills
for profit" Capt. Smith said.
With Dyal Cemetery in western
Bradford County as the setting for
the operation, the task force used
several confidential informants and
undercover agents to purchase and sell
the illegal prescriptions.
"This investigation stems from a
prescription pill epidemic that has
swept across the state in recent years:'
said Sheriff Gordon Smith. "Numerous
deaths have been attributed to the
misuse of prescription medication and
some of these suspects looked like
zombies when we arrested them."
Drug dealers usually obtained the


drugs from patients to whom they were
legally prescribed. They then turned
around and sold the drugs for a profit.
Arrested were:
Paul A. Jones, 43, of Starke. He was
charged with drug trafficking.
Christopher A. Sangster, 55, of
Starke. He was charged with synthetic
narcotic distribution. He was released
on Sept. 10 on $50,359.52 bond.
Felicia N. Swafford, 21, of Starke.
She was charged with drug trafficking.
She remains in jail with bond set at
$100,000.
Peggy D. Sweat, 41, of Hampton.
She was charged with drug trafficking.
She,, remains in jail with bond set at
$100,000.
Jamie Prevatt, 22, of Starke. He
was charged with drug trafficking.
She remains in jail with bond set at
$100,000.
Brandon D. Smith, 21, of Lake
Butler. He was charged with drug
trafficking. He remains in jail with
bond set at $100,000.
Larry E. Dobbs, 42, of Raiford.
He was charged with drug sale and
possession. He remains in jail with
bond set at $50,000.
Albert J. Andrews, 42, of Lake

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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The first days back for students
of Starke Elementary couldn't have
gone more smoothly, according to
Brian Graham, the school district's
community relations coordinator.
"We could not have asked for better,"
he said.
"I was expecting to have a few more
bumps in the road," Superintendent
Chad Farnsworth said, "but we've just
handled each little issue as they came
up, and it's been really smooth."
Circumstances forced Starke
Elementary students into a one-
week hiatus from their classes while
teachers, staff and administrators
planned to move the various grades to
new sites around the district.
Farnsworth closed the Starke
Elementary campus after a report on
several classrooms found elevated
levels of mold and other contaminants.
Graham said a subsequent air quality
study has been performed on the entire
school, but the results will take a few
weeks. In the meantime, architect
Paul Stressing and other experts have


been brought in to evaluate the outside
air infiltration and temperature and
humidity levels that are the heart of the
problem.
"We're just trying to figure out where
they (the moisture issues) are coming
from:'" Graham said, calling Stressing
an invaluable asset to the district.
The air quality studies and building
analysis alone promise to be costly.
The design and implementation of a
solution are expected to be much more
so. Graham said while the district has
reserve funding, it is also required to
keep a percentage of the money on
hand.
"We have to be careful with depleting
the reserve funds because we're
required to have a 3 percent minimum,
so that's going to be a challenge:'" he
said. "We really have no way of telling
yet how much this is going to cost."
The state hasn't been approached
yet for financial support. Graham said
that would not happen until the district
has a better handle on the final cost.
However, the Florida Department of
Education has had facilities experts

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2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


Veterans
'office closing
announced
SThe Bradford County Veterans
,Service Office will be closed on
Friday. Sept. 13. Veterans Service
Officer Barbara Fischer's normal
office hours are Wednesday
from 2-6 p.m.: Thursday from 8
a.h. to 5 p.m.: and Friday from
'8 a.m. to noon. Tuesday hours
vary, so please call ahead at 904-
966-6385.

Helmets and
car seats at
Safety Day
: Bradford County Sheriff's
Office invites the community to
Public Safety Day at the EMS
building next to the sheriff's
office. There will be free bicycle
helmets and fittings for children
(child needs to be present, for
fitting).
Workers will also be
conducting car seat checks to
ensure property installation. If
you are in need of a car seat, they
will be available for $20 per seat.
The event will take place
Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 9 a.m. to
4p.m.

Class of 1964
planning
reunion
A Bradford High School
-Class of 1964 reunion planning
meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday, Sept. 18, at 1 p.m. at
Granny's Restaurant in Starke.
Cone help make plans, for the
50th anniversary reWuion.

Garden Club
-meetings
return
Alligator Creek Garden Club
plans to spend this year learning
about wildflowers and other
:native plants.The public is invited
to attend the meetings, which are
held ,on the third Thursday of
.each month, September through
May, at the Bradford County
Extension Office in front.of the
fairgrounds. Members often have
plants to give away or raffle, so
you won't leave empty handed.
-This month's speaker is Jim
DeValerio who will talk about
from seeds and cuttings: That's
1Thursday, Sept. 19, at 6:30 pm at
i:'the extension office.
SFor more information, please
..all Pat Caren at 352-485-2666.

.Tourney raises
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j:Tournament is coming up
ZSaturday, Sept. 21, at the armory
7bn Edwards Road. Play begins
_at 5:30 p.m. and teams can
;register through Sept 20. for $40.
-Registration as the door is $45.
j'he top-ranked team can win
-$200.
- FFA is also selling chicken and
rice dinners. Call 904-966-6779,
352-258-6961 and 904-966-6787
for more information.


School board approves 'tight' budget


More than $500,000
available for raises
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Bradford County School
Board has approved what finance
director Julee Tinsler called
the tightest budget she's ever
prepared.
Tinsler's comment came
during one of the board's two
public hearings during which
she pointed out that the district'
fund balance for next year has
dropped, and that was before the
district found out it was facing
unknown costs for mitigating
a mold problem at the now
shuttered Starke Elementary
School.
The school board's 7.599-mill
property tax rate includes the
required amount to participate in
the state student funding program
as well as the maximum allowed
rate for discretionary operating
uses and capital improvements.
The total tax rate is down from
7.735 mills for 2012-13, and is
being levied on a reduced taxable
value amount-$893.9 million
down from $896.7 million.
The general fund includes
$27.4 million in expenditures,
with $43,658 in unreserved
funds left over. That's down
quite a bit from the 2013 budget,
when the $27 million in general
fund expenditures left more than
half a million dollars available in
unreserved funding. This is true
even though estimated revenue
from local, state and federal
sources is up from $23.4 to $24.4
million.
State funding for students
alone is estimated to be up more
than a million dollars, from
$11.96 to $13 million, although
this will be adjusted based
on actual enrollment, which
is projected to be down. The
district is also being helped out
by two technology-related grants
worth more than $152,000.
Step pay increases given last


year have helped boost spending
in the general fund on salaries
and benefits, and the district's
required retirement contribution
is also up. The 2014 budget
contains nearly $552,000 more
for personnel.
Tinsler said the pay raises also
had an impact on the district's
fund balance. This past year the
district had more than $4 million
in fund balance revenue to carry
forward, $2.8 million of which
was unreserved. In 2013-14, the
fund balance amount is dropping
to just over $3 million, $1.8
million of which was unreserved.
"One-hundred percent of the
raise that was given to employees
last year came out of fund
balance," Tinsler said, "Once
fund balance is spent, it's spent,
so just be aware."
Purchased services are up
from $1.6 million, to $1.66
million and the cost of energy
services is up from. $1.21 million
to $1.25 million. The amount for
supplies is up almost 82 percent
to $1,31 million because of more
than half a million dollars in
workforce development money
that is being carried forward, and
capital outlay expenses in the
general fund were up 146 percent
to nearly $340,000 because of
new technology grant money.
The $27.4 million in expenses
includes more than $25.5 million
in actual appropriations, and
nearly $1.86 million in reserves
for specific purposes like self
insurance, potential additional
class units and the district's
contribution toward McKay
scholarships. One of those
categories is the nearly $522,000
of the state funding increase that
has been set aside to increase
salaries in 2014.
It also includes a 3-percent
revenue set-aside for
contingencies, which amounts
to nearly $733,000. This is what
the district says it is required to
reserve by the state.
The general fund was left with
$43,658 in unreserved 'funds,
but Tinsler said spending that


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amount won't be a problem with
the unexpected and unknown
expense presented by Starke
Elementary.
The capital outlay fundi based
on sales of motor vehicle tags
increased by another $21,200,
making more than $177,000
set aside there for building
replacement at Southside
Elementary School, although
priorities can be changed. There
is also more than $500,000
set aside for Southside in the
$2.85 million local capital
improvement fund. Other major
expenses here include more than
$463,000 for reroofing school
buildings, nearly $302,000 for
HVAC replacement, nearly
$214,000 for property insurance,
more than $183,000 for
instructional materials hardware
(new technology), plus money
for telephone replacement,
new buses, rewiring, wireless
connectivity, etc.
The school food servicee fund
is up slightly to nearly $1.66
million. Federal reimbursement
for lunches has increased, while
the local amount collected for
meals dropped from $448,440 to
$378,000, which in part reflects
the increase in the number of
free and reduced-price meals
being served. The fund is also
spending more on salaries next
year and less on food.
The special revenue fund for
federal grant dollars that help
pay for serving economically
disadvantaged and disabled
students is down from $2.78
million to $2.6 million, but it does
,include more Title I funding. The
majority of this money is spent
on personnel costs.
Finally, there is more than
$243,000 left to spend from
the Race to the Top Grant,
which is primarily available, for
teacher bonuses. The district
has requested an extension on
spending that money since the
evaluation information won't be
available before it is time to close
out the grant. Tinsler said


From left, Waldo Public Works employees Randy Hall,
C.J. Smith and Oscar White install new writer meters.

SRWMD replacing Waldo meters


The Suwannee River Water
Management District is providing
about $76,836 in cost-share funds
to assist with replacing water
meters for the 'city of Waldo as
part of the district's Regional
Initiative Valuing Environmental
Resources (RIVER) program.
The funds will pay for the
installation of 543 water meters
that are outdated and. no longer
functioning properly. The
new meters will provide more
accurate readings, which will
better detect leaks within the
system. These efforts have the
potential to save nearly 5 million
gallons of water per year.


The district set aside nearly
$1.5 million in cost-share funds
for Fiscal Year 2012-13 to assist
local governments with water
conservation, alternative water
supplies, flood protection,
ecosystem restoration and water
quality improvement projects
as part of the RIVER program.
Waldo was one of 14 local
governments that were approved
for the funding through a ranking
process based on various criteria,
including the effectiveness of
the proposed project to protect,
conserve or restore water
resources.


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- __ THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3A


Hope Academy
welcomes new
* staff members
Hope Christian Academy
welcomed seven new staff
members for the 2013-'14 school
year.
,Tiffany Thomassen instructs
junior and senior high science
and the HCA praise team. She
graduated SFCC (now SFC) and
SLU with a bachelor's degree
,in psychology. She grew up in
iBradford County and said, "1
am very excited to be at Hope
Christian Academy and look
forward to all the blessings God
has in store for us this school
year.
Tyler Hildebran is a graduate
of Baptist College of Florida
with a Bachelor of Arts degree
in history and social studies. He
instructs junior and senior high
English and Bible at HCA. He
said, "I have served three years
in the Florida Army National
Guard and returned in April
from my first combat tour to
Afghanistan. My goal this year
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Chelsea Albrecht teaches third
grade at HCA. She graduated
Pensacola Christian College with
a bachelor's degree in elementary
education. She said, "God has
given me a love and a passion for
teaching." She is engaged to Sam


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Continued from 1A
in town to see that the district is
being taken care of, Farnsworth
said.
"Our teachers, all of our staff
members, our students, the
parents-everyone worked very
well with the transition," said
Graham. "Everything went off
without a hitch."
Starke Elementary students,
faculty and staff will be relocated
for the indefinite future, with
classes split between Southside


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Misty Hogue holds a
bachelor's of social work degree
from Union University and is
teaching junior and senior high
math. She and her husband have
been married for eight and a half


and Lawtey elementary schools,
the Santa Fe College Stump
Center, and the school district
offices. Both Starke and
Southside preschoolers are at
Madison Street Baptist Church.
"The students don't seem to
mind at all. They seem to be
having a great time wherever they
are, and we have to commend the
teachers for facilitating that:'
Graham said.
The school district is providing
transportation, although those
students are being picked up
earlier because of the additional
time needed to shuttle them to
the various sites.
Farnsworth said as the days
progressed, they have been able
to trim time off of the more
complicated transportation
scheme. When it comes to pickup
and drop-off, separate areas have
been designated at Southside
Elementary. He said the purpose
is to reduce congestion.


years and are blessed with two
children: Kaylee, 5, and Elijah, 3.
Casey Mueller instructs
and oversees health, physical
education and study hall. She
said, "I am very excited to be at
(HCA) and am thankful to be a
part of this wonderful ministry."


Therewasamiscommunication
about the availability of physical
education at Lawtey Elementary,
but that, too, was taken care of,
according to the superintendent.
"They are getting the same
educational experience as what
they were getting before," he said,
commenting on the availability
of music classes as well.
"Anytime something changes,
until people get used to it, we will
have a few people complaining.
For the most part, all of the
feedback I've gotten from
parents has been really positive,"
Farnsworth said.
How the school will handle
special programs such as the
annual fall festival has yet to be
determined. The goal is to make
sure Starke Elementary has all
of the same opportunities. For
example, each site will soon have
its own open house for Starke
Elementary families.
The superintendent said the


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Rachel Morgan serves as the
HCA administrative secretary.
She is married to Pastor Aaron
Morgan, and they have three
daughters: MaKena, Lydia,
and Clara. Rachel said, "God
has blessed me with many
opportunities to serve Him and


school's student count is holding
steady. Other than a few students
who were attending Starke
Elementary out of zone and have
transferred to the school they are
zoned for, the school is not losing
students, he said.
"That's a testament to our
Starke Elementary teachers
really communicating with
our parents, letting them know
everything is business as usual,
just at a different location,"
Farnsworth said.
School board members took
turns Monday applauding the
community and the school
system for its response to the
situation.
"That's what's being a small
community is all about," School
Board Member Randy Jones said
of those who had stepped forward
to offer alternative instructional
space.
. School Board Member Roman
Alvarez thanked the school
personnel, adding that the
outstanding response must be
ongoing. "It's going to continue to
be a burden," he said, adding that
the effort is neither unnoticed nor


I am truly grateful for HCA and
the opportunity here!"
Margaret Hyatt teaches K3
and says she feels "very blessed
to be a new member of the HCA
family." She and her husband Jay
have two children: Collin and
Hannah.


unappreciated by the board.
"I'm glad to see us back up
and running," School Board
Member Elbert Hersey said
after commenting on the effort
involved in moving everything
necessary from Starke
Elementary to the various sites.
"Everybody has a really good
attitude," said School Board
Chair Stacey Creighton, adding
she was thankful everyone has
been so supportive.
On Sept. 9, the school
board hired a firm to perform
construction management and
design services on a continuing
basis for Starke Elementary
School. It was declared an
emergency matter to bypass
normal purchasing policy
procedures.
The district is piggybacking
on a contract between the
Hillsborough County School
District and Kenyon and
Partners Inc., a construction
and engineering firm based in
Tampa.
Work won't actually be
performed until a work order is
approved by the board.


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Butler. He was charged with drug
sale and possession. He remains
in jail with bond set at $50,000.
Justin K. Rogers, 27, of
Raiford. He was charged with
synthetic narcotic distribution.
He remains in jail with bond set
at $50,000.
In addition to the arrests, the
task force seized six vehicles
used in drug trafficking. The
investigation is ongoing, and
other arrests and seizures are
likely, according to the sheriff.


Mary W. Bridgman


Bridgman
elected chair
of mental
health board
Mary W. Bridgman of
Kingsley Lake was recently
elected chair of the Florida
Board of Clinical Social Work,
Marriage and Family Therapy
and Mental Health Counseling.
The board evaluates applications
for licensure and examination,
handles disciplinary matters and
oversees continuing education
requirements for the three mental
health professions.
Gov. Jeb Bush appointed
Bridgman to the board in 2005.
Bridgman, a lawyer, retired from
Blue,Cross and Blue Shield of
Florida in 2009.


Margaret Hyatt and Rachel Morgan.
Margaret Hyatt and Rachel Morgan.


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The City of Hampton has tentatively adopted a Budget for
fiscal year 2013/2014.


A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION will be held on
Tuesday, September 17, 2013, at 7:00 p.m.
in the
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5784 Navarre Avenue, Hampton, Florida.
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Circuit announces

judge applicants


BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


The following individuals Charles Daniel Sikes
have applied with the 8th Isabel "Cissy" Skipper
Circuit Judicial Nominating The 8th Circuit Judicial
Commission for nomination to Nominating Commission
'the county court in Bradford encourages and seeks comments
County in the 8th Judicial regarding the qualifications of
Circuit: these applicants from the public
James M. Bessinger Jr. and members of the bench and
S Jodi Helene Cason Bar. Any comments may be
John Steven Cooper addressed to Marcia Davis,
Richard B. Davis Jr. Chair, Judicial Nominating
S Greg Thomas Forhan Commission, P.O. Box 1860,
SSherrie Bowen Galambos Alachua, Florida 32616.
Darrell R. Hill Any comments must be
SFrancis A. McGill received before Sept. 19, 2013,
Milan "Bo" Samargya in order to be considered by the
Curtis Alexis Sanders Judicial Nominating Committee.
M. Paul Sanders

SRJE alums gather for

celebratory weekend


Approximately 175 former
students from the former RJE
High School gathered for a
three-day alumni reunion Aug.
30-Sept. 1.
On Aug. 30, an alumni
basketball game was played
between the old-timers (The
STigers) against a group of young
Smen from the area, with the
Former Tiger team coming out
Son top. .As sock hop was held
A. afterwardd at the fairgrounds.
; On Saturday morning, a parade
through downtown Starke began
at 10 a.m. and circled the former
RJE School, ending at the old rec
building on' Pine Street, which is
now owned by the RJE Alumni
Association. A meet and greet
was held. Old ph tos and class
pictures were on display, stories
Shared and pictures taken. A
special guest, Mamrna R. Weston,
a, coordinator of African-
SAmerican history and research
Sat the University of Florida, was
on hand to video some events,
record some of the history and to
Record the group as they closed
... singing the school's Alma song,
; "Dear Ole RJE."
S On Saturday evening, everyone
Sin their Sunday best enjoyed
... a social hour at the Bradford
fairgrounds, and at 7:30 p.m., the
. banquet began. A delicious meal
-prepared by Western Stgier was
enjoyed by all. Afterward,' class


roll call began, with the Class of
1947 being the oldest class with a
,member in attendance. The Class
of 1969 had the largest number in
attendance (17) as they were the
last class to graduate from RJE
before the doors were closed. The
Class-of 1970 was the first class
:in which everyone had to attend
Bradford High due to integration.
.A dance followed and was
enjoyed by all. On Sunday at
noon, The New Bethel Baptist
Church and the Rev. Everett
Brown open the doors to the
reunion for the Rev Alvin Green,
a member of the Class of 1969,
to give a powerful soul-stirring
message. The alumni choir also
,sang several soul stirring songs,
and a very moving memorial
was. given for the deceased class
members, staff and faulty.
The weekend concluded with
a delicious barbecue meal and
picnic at the fairgrounds. Games
were playedand a 50/50 drawing
was held with the winner being
a member of the Class'of 1967,
Sammie Perkins of Jacksonville.
The Class of 1967 sponsored a
trip,to Destin from Sept. 3-6 that
was enjoyed by all who attended.
The school reunion is held
every two years on Labor Day
weekend. Everyone left excited
and looking forward to 2015.
Submitted by Linda Hampton.


Target grant helps ELC's

book bag project


" Furthersuppod
needed
The Early Learning Coalition
of North Florida's Book Bag
Project program, which provides
bags filled with books for three-
year-olds, was awarded f6r
the second consecutive year,
a $2,000 grant from Target
Corporation.
This grant will help provide
more than 1,000 bags to the
children of Baker, Bradford,
Clay, Nassau, PUtnam and St.
,.' Johns counties.
"Last year, Target's grant
., program helped us achieve our
S.goal of increasing early literacy
S'through' sharing resources to
our local children,'" said Early
; Literacy Coordinator Joan
Whitson. "'With support from
Target and hopefully other
businesses in the community, we
will be able to surpass last year's
reach:'
The grant is part of Target's
efforts to build strong, safe and
healthy communities across
thIe country. These efforts
include Target's long history of
giving 5 percent of its income
S, .


to 'communities, which today
equals more than $3 million
every week. As part. of this
commitment, Target is on track
to give $1 billion fop education
by the end of 2015 to help kids
learn, schools teach and parents
and caring adults engage.
The Early Learning Coalition
of North Florida coordinates
services that allow children to
enter kindergarten healthy and
ready to learn. Its mission is to
serve parents, caregivers and
educators of children aged from
birth to pre-kindergarten by
managing and evaluating early
child care and early childhood
education programs through a
quality school readiness delivery
'system in Baker, Bradford, Clay,
Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns
counties.
To become a sponsor to the
Book Bag Project or learn more
about the ELC, visit www.
eicnorthflorida.org.
The Early Learning Coalition
of Clay, Nassau, Baker 'and
Bradford counties recently
merged with The Early Coaltion,
of Putnam and St. Johns Counties
to form Early Learning Coalition
of North Florida.


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animal control unwanted animals. Take them to
an.....l "nthe shelterduring working hours.
To prevent the proliferation of .The shelter is open. Monday
stray, nuisance and dangerous through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to
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At least once a month, children aged 8 to 14 will meet
at the Bradford County Public Library to exercise their
Imagination, experiment with artistic techniques and
take creative risks. On Sept. 3, colorful wax crayons were
melted onto 13-by-13-inch canvases to produce works of
art. On Sept. 5, permanent marker. and fabric paint were
used to personalize canvas tote bags. Above, Domlnlque
Carter concentrates on drawing a small butterfly onto
Hello Kitty's dress. The next art,project Is scheduled for
after school on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Submitted by Bradford
County Public Library.


Chloe Keenan shows her school spirit by putting a lion;
on her tote bag.. .


Taylor Vansuckel and Ciera Rowell used dimensional
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BUDGET SUMMARY

Bradford County Board of Commissioners
__Fiscal Year 2013-2014
,BUDGET SUMMARY a
Bradford County Board of County Commissioners Fiscal Year 2013-2014
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF BRADFORD COUNTY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ARE 4.9% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING
EXPENDITURES.

GENERAL FUND 6.9065
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2.2704
GENERAL SPECIAL CAPITAL TOTAL ALL
ESTIMATED REVENUES: FUND .REVENUE PROJECTS FUNDS
Taxes: Millage Per$1000 '
Ad Valorem Taxes 9.1769 6,676,456.00 1,833,170.00 7,409,626.00
Sales & Use Taxes 2,045,000.00 2,045,000.00
Licenses & Permits 103,500.00 ..103,600.00
Intergovernmental Revenue 2,866,453.00 5,330,832.00 635,000.00 8,832,286.00
Charges for Services 16,500.00 2,638,350,00 2,664,850.00'
Miscellaneous Revenues 75,422.00 640,775.00 716,197.00
Fines & Forfeitures 133,600.00 13,000.00 .148,600.00
Other Sources 41,000.00 41,000.00
Less Reduction / '(430,647.00) (329,439.00) (31,750.00) (791,838.00)
TOTALSOURCES- $ 8,382,284.00 1 12,171,688.00 $ 603,260.00 li21,167,222.00
Transfers In -"$ $ 6,569,012,00 $ 6,69,012.00
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets $ 4,385,666.00 $ 3,565,193,00 $ 3,147,623.00 $11,098,482.00
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS &"
BALANCES $ 12,767.950.00 I $ 22,306,893.00 I $ 3,760,873.00 I $ 38.,824,716.00
EXPENDITURES *
General Government -$ 5,490,447-00 $ 225,787.00 $ 5,716,234.00
Public Safety 832,691.00 10,618,172.00 11,60,863.00
Physical Environment 267,230.00 1,580,646.00 1,847,876.00
Transportation 4,53t,165.00 3,750,873.00 8,284,038.00
Economic Environment 85,405.00 1,241,612.00 1,327,017.00
CulturetRecreation 87,139,00 1,986,431.00 2,073,570.00
HumanServices 701,258.00 81,078.00 782,336.00
Other
CourtRelated ,, __ :112,6,00,00 461,170.00 ,,6___ f73,770.00
TTALEXPNDITURES $, 7.676,770.00 $ 20,92e,6 1,800 $ ,60,87300 3A;W 04.00
Transfers Out $5,191,180.00 $ 1,377,832',0 $ ; 6,569,012.00
SFund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets
TOTAL. APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES'' '' "--"-
TRANSFERS, RESERVES & BALANCES $ 12,767,960.00 I $ 22,306,893,.00 I 3,750,873.00 I $ 38,824.716:00

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON RFILE IN THE OFFICE OFTHE
ABOVE MENTIONED.TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD..,


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING


The Bradford County Board of County Commissioners has tentatively '
adopted a budget for fiscal year 2013-2014. Public hearingto make a
FINAL DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be held on:.
Monday, September 16,2013
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5A


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Readers who wish to pose gardening question
:should forward them to Mary Bridgman at jtd
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SHow long do the eggs of a yellow-bellied slid(
turtle incubate before they hatch?
; \ ~ Pat Clar
Hampton Lal
SMy husband and I recently watched a lar
Syellow-bellied slider turtle cross our lawn, short
Before sunset. It stopped under our orange tre
Near the house and began digging a hole with i
rear feet, working from one side to the other. T]
'-'-turtle kept at it until after dark. I checked
on its.progress several times and spotted .
:.one round, white egg as it was deposited i
i fn the nest. We put a few bricks around .j^
the patch of bare earth to mark the site,
but if I hadn't seen the turtle myself, I
never would have known the eggs were
;T there.
SYellow-bellied sliders mate in the
water during any season except winter.
iThe females usually .lay six to 10 eggs at
; time, although larger females can bear more. TI
--eggs incubate between two and-three months, ai
hatchlings will usually stay with the nest throuj
:the winter, feeding on insects and spiders. T1
nest I'm watching is fairly exposed, so I imagir
predators will get most of the young, if tht
Haven't already found the eggs-I noticed a sma
Shole several weeks after they were laid.
; My sister used to get up early on summ
--mornings to try and catch small yellow-bellii
-sliders at Kingsley Lake. We loved to keep the
.--as pets; they were a lot more fun to play wi


Methodist
Men hosting
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SThe men of United Methodist
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Sa fishi dinner sale on 'Saturday,
: Sept. 21 from 11 aem, to 3 p.m.
: at the parking lot of Community
| State Bank of. Starke on us 301.
- Delicious fish dinners will also
;iinclude'..grits, slaw and. hush
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'; Dinners can be purchased
"|; on, site' and tickets can ,also be
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: office. Net proceeds will benefit
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f than the snapping turtles
e. that seemed to be more
ns prevalent at the lake in
@ those days.
The yellow-bellies
looked very much like the
er red-eared sliders that were
for sale in pet departments
k, of stores like Woolworth's
ke and Sears back then. The
ge release of those nonnative
ly red-eared sliders into
xe, Florida waters, eventually Mary W. Bridgman
its led to a ban on their sale in
he order to protect native yellow-bellied sliders from
interbreeding.
MASTER Adult male yellow-bellies reach 5 to 9
GARDENER inches in length, but females can reach
from 8 to 13 inches. The carapace or
; upper shell is brown and black with yellow
Stripes. Skin is olive green withprominent
Patches of yellow along the neck and
etp legs. As the name implies, the plastron or
,11UIVERSIT. bottom shell is mostly yellow with black
hFAsotes spots along the edges.
These omnivorous turtles feed in the
he morning and frequently bask on the shore, on logs
nd or while floating during the rest of the day. I've
gh seen up to five yellow-bellies at a time sunning on
he a handrail next to the steps that lead from our dock
ne to the water at Hampton Lake.
ey BabX yellow-bellied sliders can be kept in a
ill fairly small tank but require more space after
they reach about three years of age. However, it's
er probably best to leave them where nature intended,
ed at home in Florida's plentiful lakes, ponds, rivers
m and creeks.


the ministries of the United
Methodist Men.

Support
4-H through
auction
On Friday, Oct. 4, 2013
the Bradford County 4-H
Association will be hosting
its annual fundraiser auction
and dinner. All proceeds go to
support 4-HI-,youth in Bradford
County.
Community members may
support this event by bringing
items to the extension office to


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as attend the dinner. Tickets
are $5.50 at the door. For more
information please contact the
extension office at 904-966-
6224.

Help track
local rainfall
Help the Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation District
and the University of Florida
accurately track rainfall in
Bradford County. Volunteers are
needed to measure rainfall 'at
home and record the data on a
user-friendly Internet site.
Email Laurie Compton
(lcompton@ufl.edu) to schedule
a short consultation and to
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Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Church Will celebrate its
pastor's anniversary on Sunday,
Sept. 15, at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
with the Rev. Rudolph Lennon
from Morning Star Baptist
Church in Gainesville as guest
speaker. The public is invited.
Email the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
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Get reserved
seat football
tickets
Reserved seat tickets fc
Bradford High School varsity
football are on sale now for $4
each. Tickets are good for al
regular season varsity fo6tbal
games. Call Nancy Odom at 904
966-6086 for more information.

Open
houses set
There will be an open house
for families at Bradford Middl
School on Thursday, Sept. 12
at 6:30 p.m. beginning in th
gymnasium.


Southside Elementary School
has an open house scheduled for
Monday, Sept. i6, from 6-7:30
p.m. Parents can meet with
teachers in their classrooms first,
and then proceed to the cafeteria
to meet with administrators.

Get your 2017
T-shirts
The Class of 2017 is selling
parent T-shirts for $10 as a
fundraiser. You may order your
shirt by seeing Nancy Odom at
Bradford High School. This is a
great way to show school spirit
and parent support at any school
event or activity. Parents make it
happen! Go Big Red!
Visit www.facebook.com/
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games will be ready to play as
soon as school ends for the day.

Share your fa-
vorite apps
Nowadays there' seems to be
an app for everything. Wherever
you are, whatever you are doing,
there is an app waiting. tq. help
you.
Share your favorite apps and
learn about ones you haven't dis-
covered yet at Bradford County
Public Library's App Show and
Tell.
Teachers, this is a great oppor-'
tunity to share educational tools
with your peers. App Show and
Tell begins at 6 p.m. on Monday,
Sept. 16.

Trivia nigjit
Feel like a champion of Jknowl-
edge at the BCPL Trivia Night
on Thursday, Sept. 26. This is a
team competition so bring your
friends or come alone and be
placed on a team. Light refresh-
ments will be 'served at 5:30 p.m.
as we organize into teams. The
competition begins at 6 p.m. and
is expected to last an hour.

Craft show will
warm your heart


,. mat. ora uuru n "Utl, ,-Find heartwarming holiday
lic Library is located at 456 W. gifts for the special people in
Pratt St. in Starke. For a full your life, decorative items to
schedule of events, pick up a cal- bring color to your holidays, and
Sendar from the front desk today, useful housewares to deck out
You can also get the latest BCPL your corner of the world at the
news and event notificationson second annual craft show hosted
Facebook at wwwfacebook. by the Friends of the Bradford
com/bradfordlibrary. For more County Public Library.
information on these programs Vendors from neartand far
or other services, please call wil be on hand with displays
904-368-3911 or visit www.bc- of handcrafted items that you
or plibrary.com. are sure to enjoy. There will be
y jewelry of every color, purses
5 Donate books, to suit every personality, baby
i help library items that bring comfort, jellies
B r C t to spread on your morning toast,
4- Bradford County Public Li- and so much more!
Sbrary is accepting donations of While you're browsing, you
books for the annual book sale .can stop by and check out the
that is taking place from Oct. 10- Camp Blanding Military Mu-
12. It doesn't matter if the books seimrn exhibit and the interesting
are hardback, paperback, fiction items that the local historical so-
or nonfiction, as long as they are city will have on display.' The
e in good condition. \ local chapter of FAITH Riders is
e Proceeds from the sale benefit scheduled to show their motor-
2, the library, cycles at the event as well. For
e the children, there will be games
Have stuff to sell? to play and prizes to win.
-Bradford County -Public Lil- .Ue ,eyent is at the,,Bradford
is hosting a County Public Library on Satur--
brary hs acommunty day, Sept. 28.
yard sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. ay p
on Saturday, Oct. 12. Outdoor
spaces are available. To reserve An added convenience
a space at .this event, sign up at New River Public Library Co-
the library's circulation desk and operative and its member librar-
make a $10 donation. Items for ies now provide the ability to
sale should be in good, working securely pay fines and fees on a
Condition. .custo meUr hrsai, ,,.r'rvnt , Aoa.f_


The laughs are free
What do Spencer Tracy, Mil-
ton Berle, Sid Caesar, Buddy
Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey
Rooney and Jonathan Winters
all have in common? They are
all Hollywood stars who appear
in the comedy classic showing at
the library at 10 a.m. on Tuesday,
Sept. 17.
Enjoy cameo appearances by
Don Knotts, Jerry Lewis, the
Three' Stooges and others. Find
out why this film was nominated
for six Oscars when you see it
with us on the big screen. Re-
freshments provided.

School out early?
Head to the library
When school lets out early,
some parents get surly, but never
fear, BCPL is here. Every month
on early release days, our chil-
dren 8 to 14 have games to play.
We have two Xbox consoles and
one Wii, and fun games fe all
three. The next early release'day
in on Wednesday, Sept. 18. The


uUbuifcvFy~ bj *r nate via credit or debit card using
Smart Pay.
You'll need your. library card
and PIN numbers to log in to
Smart Pay from the library web-
page, www.newriver.lib. flus/k
You can see your balance, select
items to'pay, and securely charge
your credit card.

Click for listening
enjoyment
OneClick Digital media man-
ager is a free software available
at the library allowing patrons to
listen to audio books on their por-
table devices. Patrons can create
an account, install the OneClick
Digital media manager, search
for content, manage checkouts,
and download/transfer audio
books to listening devices.


Thanks!
would like to #iank Team Totura for
their support and'hard work during my
run for city commission and Will also
take this opportunity to Congratulate.
Tommy on behalf of my teamn.-We.will
support you 100% and work with you
to accomplish your goab for our city.
-My sincere apologies for the wrong',
telephone'number that a in the
last issue of the Telegraph. My correct
home number is 904-796-2166. Sony for any inconvenience
this may have caused .
Let's all continue towork together to make a better city.
:. *.. Thank you,
P- Pd -.:, Jacquelyn Totura
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through this campaign. Whether it was
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ground... It took the entire team to win.
I, again, would like to Thank You for
your "Vote" of confidence on Sept. 3rd.
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6A .,BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


Landfill revenue protected

by Alachua contract


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A new agreement between
Alachua County and its waste
hauler could help protect future
revenue collection at the New
River Regional Landfill.
SAlachua Public Works
Assistant Director Sally Palmi
told the board that the county is
in the final stages of negotiation
with WCA fora five-year contract
extension for its curbside hauling
Service.
The county is attempting to
guarantee control of its waste
stream through the contract.
Both Alachua and the landfill
lost a great deal of revenue when
WCA diverted waste to its own
transfer station.
"It was a million dollar lesson,"
said Darrell O'Neal executive
director of the New River Solid
Waste Association about the lost
revenue and the pressure since
placed on Alachua County to
obtain flow control.
Palmi said WCA is willing to
agree to a restriction not to put
class 1 waste through that facility,
using it instead for construction
and demolition debris.
WCA is also adding a
compressed natural gas filling
station that will serve its fleet
of trucks, and it is partnering
with Lewis Oil to create a public
filling station.
"That will be the first one in
this part of Florida" Palmi said.
Everything is moving toward a
quick conclusion to negotiations,
shd added.
"Thei good news is we're going
to wrap up that transfer station, I
hope, once and for all so it won't
be a threat to either one of us
anymore," Palmi said.
Once all of the class 1 garbage
is routed away from WCA's
transfer facility, that trash will
come back to Alachua County's
facility and then to the landfill,
which will increase disposal
rates. This has slowly been
taking place already. The county
expects to purchase new trucks
and add staff to handle the
increase, Palmi said.



It's Florida

Preparedness

Month
While September. is the
historical peak of hurricane
season, Florida also experiences
natural hazards such as extreme
Seat, thunderstorms, tornadoes,
wildfire, floods and drought.
There is no better time than today
to get a plan for your family or
business.
"Florida Preparedness Month
serves as a reminder to Florida's
residents and visitors that a
disaster can happen any time
and' the best way to recover
is by preparing'" said FDEM
Director Bryan Koon. "Take
the time to review your family
and business plan. Ensure your
disaster supply kit is complete
With the recommended items. Do
S not wait until a disaster happens


Alachua Count is not one of
Alachua County is not one of
the original member of the New
River Solid Waste Association,
but its contract has been vital
to the growth and profitability
of the landfill. The landfill has
also been trying to negotiate a
contract extension with Alachua.

Surcharge added
to UC waste
Union County Commissioner
Wayne Smith said his board
recently added an additional
$7 surcharge on solid waste
services. The New River Solid
Waste Association subsequently
approved the surcharge and will
begin collecting it on behalf of
the county as of Oct. 1.
Union County will also be
saving money, Smith said, as the
city of Lake Butler has agreed to
pay for its own tipping fees 10
months out of the year.

In other business:
O'Neal said they are still
in negotiations with Landfill
Energy Systems over the contract
for the gas-to-energy project, but
he was positive they would be
complete shortly, at which time
the board will be able to review
the terms and make its final
decision.
While permitting was
completed in record time, the
project to modify the slopes of
an existing disposal cell using
waste from the class 3 landfill
could,, take much longer than
expected-as long as five years,
according to O'Neal.
The landscaping and
construction debris in class 3 is
being moved to make room for
the next major class 1 disposal
cell. This will delay the need
to expand the footprint of the
landfill onto 300 additional acres
acquired from the state. That
expansion will require costly
infrastructure improvements.
"I may be over stating it a little
bit, but it's going to be a slower
process than a year," O'Neal
said.




to confirm your plans."
Created in September, 2004,
National Preparedness Month
recognizes the events that
occurred on Sept.11, 2001, and
encourages all Americans to
prepare. Florida Preparedness
Month serves as a reminder to
all Floridians to remain vigilant
about the threat -of natural
hazards, but also man-made
disasters.
All Floridians should take
personal responsibility and
develop a disaster preparedness
plan based upon their own
needs, and an emergency supply
kit to sustain themselves and
their family for up to 72 hours
after a disaster by visiting
FloridaDisaster.org. Kids can
also build their own disaster
supply kit at KidsGetAPlan.
com. Students, parents and
teachers can also obtain safety
information, books and learning
tools to be better prepared.


Many violate
school bus
road rules
With' the 2013-14 school
year underway, the Florida
Department of Education
reminds motorists throughout
the state to practice safe driving
around children and near school
zones, and to be extra aware
around school buses.
The results of the 2013
National Stop Arm Violation
Count show that more than
85,000 vehicles nationwide
illegally passed stopped school
buses on a single day.
Florida was among 29 states
participating in the survey
conducted by school bus drivers
recording how many times
motorists passed their buses
while displaying the flashing red
lights and stop arms. In Florida,
bus drivers observed nearly
12,000 illegal passes while
loading or unloading students.
"School buses are one of
the safest ways to transport
students," said Commissioner of
Education Pam Stewart. "Florida
motorists can do their part to
keep students safe by being
aware of children and obeying
traffic laws. The survey results
are an important reminder for
drivers to use caution in and
around school zones."
Special construction,
passenger seating and crash
protection keep children safe
while on the school bus. Federal
regulations require that each
school bus .undergo a stringent
inspection of all mechanical and
safety systems at least every 30
school days. Additionally, school
bus drivers must meet rigorous
training and qualifications before
they can transport students.



Gardenfest a gardening
extravaganza
District IV of the Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs and
the St. Johns County Extension
Service will sponsor the eleventh
annual Gardenfest on Saturday,
Oct. 26, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It will be held at the St. Johns
County Extension Office at 3125
Agricultural Center Drive in St.
Augustine (near 1-95 and S.R.
16).
The program, is chock full
of great information for the
Florida gardener. Topics include
"Growing and Cooking with
Herbs ,""Gardeni ng in Containers
to, Conserve Resources,"
"Trendy Succulents," and "Care
and ,Benefits of Trees." Plants
and more will be available for
purchase at bargain prices.
Speakers are extension agents,
Master Gardeners and a certified
master arborist. (Master
Gardeners should check with
their particular county agent
regarding number of CEUs)
Registration is only $10.
Morning refreshments and
drinks for lunch will be provided.
You may bring your own lunch or
a lunch will be prepared for you
for only $5 more. Preregistration
is needed to be assured of lunch.
To register or for more
information, please call the
registrar, Rachel Wilson, at 904-
272-4252, or the event chairman,
Art Burnet4, at 904-282-4981.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED RESOLUTION

BY THE CITY OF LAWTEY

Notice is hereby given that proposed resolution #13-01 whose title
appears below, will be considered for enactment by the City Council
ofLawtey, on September 17, 2013, at 6:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter
that may be heard at City Hall, Lawtey, Florida. A copy of the
proposed resolution may be inspected by any member of tle public at
City Hall, Lawtey, Florida.
Anyone wishing to be heard should attend the meeting.
A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE TAX LEVY FOR THE CITY OF
LAWTEY, OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA FOR FISCAL
YEAR 2013-2014.


NOTICE OF PROPOSED RESOLUTION

BY THE CITY OF LAWTEY

Notice is hereby given that proposed resolution #13-02 whose title,
* appears below, will be considered for enactment by the City Council
of Lawtey, on September 17,2013, at 6:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter
that may be heard at City Hall, Lawtey, Florida. A copy of the
proposed resolution may be inspected by any member of the public at
City Hall, Lawtey, Florida.
Anyorin wishing to be heard should attend the meeting.
A RESOLUTIO ADOPTING THE BUDGET OF THE CITY OF
LAWTEY OFp 'RADFORD COUNTYJFLORIDA FOR FISCAL
'EAR6-.i---Y .4.


School Safety Tips
For motorists:
Be alert and .,dtch for
children at all times, especially
near schools, bus stops, school
buses and in school parking lots.
Obey traffic laws and speed
limits.
Do not text or use a cell
phone while driving.
Stop when a school bus
displays stop arms and red lights
are flashing.
Watch for and obey signals
from the school crossing guards.
Observe lower speed limits in
school zones and at crosswalks.


For parents and students:
Discuss safe behavior while
at school, the bus stop and when
entering or exiting the school
bus.
Wait for the bus to make a
complete stop and for the driver
to signal that it is safe to cross the
road or board the bus.
If you drop something, tell
the bus driver. Do not try to pick
it up first as the driver may not be
able to see you.
Do not walk behind the
school bus or run after the bus.


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Thank you City of Starke District 1,
District 2, District 3, District 4, District 5 and
all Absentee Voters for electing me, Ricky
Thompson as your City of Starke City Clerk.
I sincerely appreciate your vote and support
during the election. I feel very honored and
blessed to be allowed to serve City of
Starke Citizens for the next 4 years and be
assured I will work hard for every citizen in
this great city.

Together we will make Starke better for
everyone who lives and works here. Thank
you again God Bless You and God Bless
our Country! .... .


Ricky Thompson
City Clerk-Elect


4"i7f PD. POL. ADV. PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY RICKY THOMPSON FOR CITY CLERK


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BUDGET SUMMARY
CITY OF LAWTEY
FISCAL YEAR OCTOBER 1,2013 THRU SEPTEMBER 30,2014


ESTIMATED REVENUES:

TAXES: MILLAGE
AD VALOREM 1.6786
Franchise Fees
Licenses and Permits
Intergovernmental Revenue
Charges for Services
Fines & Forfeitures
Misc. Funds
Fund Balance
Total Estimated Revenues
And Balances


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES
General Governmental
Services
Public Safety
Physical Environment
Transportation
Culture & Recreation
Debt Services
Economic Environment
Total Expenditures/
Expenses
Total Appropriated
Expenditures & Reserves


GENERAL
FUND

$25,154
33,000
0
$157,000
0
$150,000
0
$77,364
$442.518


$79,745
$253,682
0
$99,091
$10,000
0

$442,518

$442,518


WATER/SEWER
REVENUE FUND

0
0
0
0
$187,200
0
S $1,866,630
$24,960
$2,078,790


0
0
$2,021,959
0
0
$56,831
0

$2,078,790


$2,078,790
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TOTAL


$25,154
$33,000
0
$157,000
$187,200
$150,000
$1,866,630
$102,324
$2,521,308


$79,745
$253,612
$2,021,959
$99,091
$10,000o.
$56.831
0

$2,521,308

$2.521.308


THE TENTATIVE ADOPTED, AND /OR FINAL BUDGETS ARON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF
THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD


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NOTICE OF FINAL BUDGET HEARING


The City of Lawtey has tentatively adopted a

budget for fiscal year October 1, 2013, through

September 30, 2014. A public hearing to make a

FINAL DECISION on the MILEAGE AND

BUDGET will be held on Tuesday, September 17,

2013 at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall, City Commissioners

meeting room, Lawtey, Florida.


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


111111911 r<

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
JUVENILE DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-2012-DP-72
IN THE INTEREST OF:
M.C. DOB: 01-15-2C02
D.C. DOB: 04-09-2004
MINOR CHILDREN
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF
ADVISORY HEARING FOR
'TERMINATION OF PARENTAL
RIGHTS AND GUARDIANSHIP
STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: RICHARD CLINE (ad-
dress unknown) .
WHEREAS a Petition for Termination
of Parental Rights under oath has
been filed in this Court regarding the
above-referenced children, a copy of
Which Jis on file with the Clerk of the
Court,'
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED
TO APPEAR before the Honorable
Phyllis M. Rosier, Circuit Judge, at
the Bradford County Courthouse,
Starke, Florida, on October 7, 2013,
AT 09:00 A.M., for a Termination of
Parental Rights Advisory Hearing.
SYOU MUSTAPPEAR ON THE DATE
AND AT THE TIME SPECIFIED
HEREIN.
***"""FAILURE TO PERSONALLY
APPEAR ATTHIS ADVISORY HEAR-
ING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO
THE TERMINATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS TO THE CHILDREN.
IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE
-DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU.
MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO
THE CHILDREN NAMED IN THE PE-
TITION ON FILE WITH THE CLERK
OFTHE COURT**""
"Pursuant to Sections 39.804(4)(d)-
and 63.082(6)(9), Florida Statutes,
you are hereby informed of the avail-
ability of private placement with an
adoption entity as defined in Section
63.032(3), Florida Statutes."
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
_.rt at Starke, Bradford County,
SoP0rida, on the 1' day of August
; 1D13. Clerk
SCircuit Court
S By: Robin Gay
Deputy Clerk
Department of Children and
family Services
ancine Tumey, Esq.
orida Bar No. 0495190
Children's Legal Services
50 Andrews Circle
Srke, FL 32091
(4)964-1566
ler the American with Disabilities
i:fif .ou are a person with a disabil-
Who needs any accommodation in
erto participate in this proceeding,
Share entitled, at no cost to you, to
provision of certain assistance.
.ase contact the ADA Coordinator
K352) ,337-6237, at least 7 days
are your scheduled court appear-
e. If you are hearing or voice im-
ed. please call 711. If you are deaf
Sardof hearing and require an ASL
trpreter or an assisted listening
ice to participate in a proceeding,
Ise contact Court Interpreting at
S erpreter@circuit8.org
8122 4tchg 9/12-BCT
N.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
: FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,


FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-000145
DEUTSCHE BANKAJATLONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLD-
ERS OF MORGAN STANLEY ABS
CAPITAL I INC. TRUST 2004-HE8,
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2004-HE8
Plaintiff,
vs.
TUROSIA E. BRIGHT, A/K/A TURO-
SIA EVETTE BRIGHT
A/K/A TUROSIA B. BRIGHT; ESAU
BRIGHT, A/K/A ESAU BRIGHT, JR.;
DON O'KEEFE BRIGHT; JORRIE E.
BRIGHT; LYNDELL BRIGHT,
A/K/A LYNDELL L. BRIGHT; NOVA
BRIGHT, A/K/A NOVA B. BRIGHT
A/K/A NOVA BURNS BRIGHT; UN-
KNOWN TENANTS) '
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY given pursu-
ant to an Order or Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated'Aug. 16, 2013,
and entered in Case No. 04-2012-
CA-000145 of the Circuit Court of the
811 Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford
County, Florida, wherein DEUTSCHE
BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPA-
NY AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CER-
TIFICATEHOLDERS OF MORGAN
STANLEY ABS CAPITAL I INC.
TRUST 2004-HE8, MORTGAGE
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2004-HE8, is the Plaintiff
and Turosia E. Bright, A/K/A Turosia
Evette Bright A/K/A Turosia B. Bright;
Esau Bright, A/K/A Esau Bright, Jr.;
Don O'Keefe Bright; Jorrie E. Bright;
Lyndell Bright, A/K/A Lyndell L. Bright;
and Nova Bright, A/K/A Nova B. Bright
A/K/A Nova Burns Bright, are the De-
fendants, the Clerk of Court wll sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
in the Lobby of the Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 North Temple Av-
enue, Starke, FL 32091, at 11:00 a.m.
Eastern Time, on Dec. 19, 2013, the
following
described property set forth in said
Order or Final Judgment, to wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, PAR-
CEL OF TRACT OF LAND, SITU-
ATE, LYING AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
THE SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF
SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA AS PER THAT
SURVEY DONE BY WAVERLY J.
RAY & ASSOCIATES, REGISTERED
SURVEYOR CERTIFICATE NO, 707.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
A 30.00 FOOT STRIP OF LAND LY-
ING 15.00 FEET ON EACH SIDE OF
THE WEST BOUNDARY OF THE E
1/2 OF THE E 1/2 OF THE NE 1/4
OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4, AND
THE NORTH 30 FEET OF THE EAST
179.89 FEET, AND THE EAST 30
FEET OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE SE
1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4.
IF YOU AREA PERSON CLAIM-
ING A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAIN-
ING AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST
FILE A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK OF
COURT NO LATER'THAN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO
FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE
ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING
FUNDS. AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY


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THE OWNER OF RECORD AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MAY CLAIM THE SURPLUS.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs aoy accommodation in or-
der to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator
at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court appear-
ance. If you are hearing' or voice im-
paired, please call 711.
f you are deaf or hard of hearing and
require an ASL interpreter or an as-
sisted listening device to participate
in a proceeding, please contact Court
Interpreting at interpreter@circuit8.
org
DATED at Bradford County, Florida,
this 23 day of August, 2013
Ray Norman, Clerk
Bradford County, Florida
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Weitman, Weinberg & Reis Co.,
L.P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
550 West Cypress Creek Road
Suite 550
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone # 954-740-5200
Facsimile# 954-740-5290
9/5 2tchg 9/12-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2012-CA-000598
DIVISION- 20
UCN: 522012CA000598XXCICI
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC, A
FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY
COMPANY AUTHORIZED TO DO
BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
Plaintiff,
HARRY W. TISON II A/K/A HARRY
WILLIAM TISON II; SHARON
e.) TISON; JOHN DOE N\K\A MAT-
THEW WARREN;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
PURSUANT TO THE JUDGMENT
OF FORECLOSURE ENTERED IN
THE ABOVE CAUSE, I WILL SELL
THE PROPERTY SITUATED IN
BRADFORD COUNTY,. FLORIDA,
DESCRIBED AS:
Exhibit "X'"
Parcel 1
A parcel of land lying in the North 1/2
of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 and the North 1/2 of the South-
west 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Sec-
tion 31, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida; said
parcel being more particularly de-
scribed as follows:
Commence at the SW Corner of the
North 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the NW
1/4 (also being the SE corner of the
North 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the NW
1/4) of said Section 31 for the Point of
Beginning. From the Point of Begin-
ning thus described run South 89 de-
grees 02 minutes 12 seconds West,
along the South line of said North %
of SW 1/4 of NW 1/4, for a distance
of 40.88 feet to the Easterly R/W line
of County Road 100-A located in a
curve concave to the West and hav-
ing a radius of 5769.58 feet thence
run in a Northeasterly direction along
the arc of said curve, and along said
Easterly R/W line of County Road


100-A, as measured along a chord
having a bearing of North 03 degrees
41 minutes 28 seconds East for a
chord distance of 111.25 feet; thence
run North 89 degrees 02 minutes
12 seconds East, parallel with said
South line of North 1/2 of SW 1/4 of
NW 1/4 and said South line of North
1/2 of SE '/4 of NW 14, for a distance
of 700.00 feet; thence run North 63
degrees 12 minutes 32 seconds East
for a distance Of 725.61 feet to the
East line of said North 1/2 of SE 1/4 of
NW 1/4, thence run South 00 degrees
05 minutes 59 seconds West along
last said East line, for a distance of
170.60 feet to the Northwesterly R/W
line of C.S.X. Transportation Rail-
road; thence run South 54 degrees
23 minutes 42 seconds West, along
last said Northwesterly R/W line, for
a distance of 451.12 feet to the South
line of said North 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW
1/4; thence run South 89 degrees 02
minutes 12 seconds West, as a ba-
sis of bearings, along last said South
line, for a distance of 946.96 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
The above described parcel lying
East of County Road 100-A and
Northerly of said Railroad.
Parcel "1 a"
A parcel of land lying in the North 1/2
of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest
1/4 of Section 31, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida; said parcel being more par-
ticularly described as follows:
Commence at the SW Comer of the
North 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4
of said Section 31 and run North
89 degrees 02 minutes 12 seconds
East, as a basis of bearings, along
the South line of said SE 1/4 of NW
1/4, for a distance of 1122.88 feet to
the Southeasterly R/W line of C.S.X.
Transportation Railroad for the Point
of Beginning. From the Point of Be-
ginning thus described run North
54 degrees 23 minutes 42 seconds
East, along last said Southeasterly
R/W line, for a distance of 234.52 feet
to the East line of said North 1/2 of
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4; thence run South
00 degrees 05 minutes 59 seconds
West, along last said East line, for
a distance of 133.33 feet to the SE
Comer of said North 1/2 of SE 1/4 of
NW %; thence run South 89 degrees
02 minutes 12 seconds West, along
the South line of said North 1/2 of
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4, for a distance of
190.47 feet to the Point of Beginning.
The above described parcel lying
Southerly of said Railroad.
INDEXING INSTRUCTIONS
Southeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
and the North 1/2 of the Southwest
1/4 of tho Northwest 1/4 of Section
31, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida
AT PUBLIC SALE, TO THE HIGHEST
AND BEST BIDDER, FOR CASH,
ON October 24, 2013, AT 11:00
AM AT THE EAST FRONT DOOR
OF THE COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
TEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY AC-
COMMODATION IN ORDER TO
PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEED-
ING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO
COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVI-
SION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE.
PLEASE CONTACT 'Jan 'Phillips,
ADA Coordinator, AlahULa 'County
Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601, (352) 337-
6237 AT' LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS
BEFORE YOUR 'SCHEDULED
COURT APPEARANCE, OR IMME-
DIATELY UPON RECEIVING THIS
NOTIFICATION IF THE TIME BE-
FORE THE SCHEDULED APPEAR-
ANCE IS LESS THAN SEVEN (7)
DAYS; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR
VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711.
DATED: August 28, 2013.
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
VESCHIO LAW GROUP, LLC,
2001 W. KENNEDY BLVD.,
TAMPA, FL 33606
(813)254-6666
9/5 2tchg 9/12-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 2013-CA-000389
CHAMPION MORTGAGE
COMPANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN, HEIRS, BENEFI-
CIARES, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTH-
ERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST IN THE ESTATE OF
LILLIE ETHEL PARRISH A/K/A
ETHEL GAINEY PARRISH A/K/A
LILLIE E. PARRISH, DECEASED,


et.
al.
Defendant(s),
NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: DEBORAH HENDRICKS and
THE UNKNOWN, HEIRS, BENEFI-
CIARES, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTH-
ERS WHO MAY CLAIM AN INTER-
EST IN THE ESTATE OF LILLIE
ETHEL PARRISH A/K/A ETHEL
GAINEY PARRISH A/K/A LILLIE E.
PARRISH, DECEASED
whose residence is unknown if he/
she/they be living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown defendants
who may be spouses, heirs, devi-
sees, grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by, through, un-
der or against the Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or alive,
and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the
property described in the mortgage
bein foreclosed herein.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage on
the following property:
Exhibit "A"
The North 550 Feet of the following
described property:
A parcel of land in the SE 1/4 of the
SW 1/4 of Section 27, Township 6
South, Range 22 East, in the City of
Starke, Bradford County, Florida, and
being more particularly described as
follows:
For point of reference commence at
the SE'ly corner of aforesaid SE 1/4
of SW 1/4 and run thence North 89
18' West along the S'ly boundary
thereof, a distance of 800 feet; run
thence North 00045' West, a distance
of 443.5 feet, more or less, to the N'ly
boundary of the ROW of SR No. 230,
also known as Call Street, for the
POB; said POB being the Sw'ly cor-
ner of a parcel of land described in
Deed Book 71, page 157 et seq., of
the public Records of aforesaid coun-
ty. From the POB thus described,
continue North 00045' West, along
the W'ly boundary of last aforesaid
parcel a distance of 849.44 feet to
an iron stake on the S'ly boundary of
the ROW of a county road; said road
being known as the Bessent Road;
thence run South 89047' West, along
said S'ly boundary of Bessent Road,
a distance of 125 feet to an iron
stake; thence run South 00045' East,
a distance of 817.23 feel to the N'ly
boundary of the ROW of said SR No.
230, said N'ly boundary being along a
curve concave to the North and ,hav-
ing a radius of 11,359.2 feet; thence
run in a SE'ly direction along the arc
of said
curve, and along said N'Iy bound-
ary, a chord distance of 129.3 feet,
said chord having a bearing of South
7550'01" East to said POB.
- a/k/a 1498 BESSENT RD, STARKE,
FL 32091
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to It on coun-
sel for Plaintiff, whose address is
6409 Congress Avenue, Suite 100,
Boca Raton, Florida 33487 on or
before Oct. 12, 2013, (30 days from
Date of First Publication of this No-
tice) and file the original with the clerk
of this court either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition
filed herein.
WITNESS my-hand'-and th'e-'eat OT
this Court at County, Florida, this 4
day of Sept., 2013.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Lisa Brannon
DEPUTY CLERK
ROBERTSON, ANSCHUTZ,
AND SCHNEID, PL
ATTORNEY,FOR PLAINTIFF
6409 CONGRESS AVENUE,
SUITE 100
BOCARATON, FL 33487
9/12 2tchg 9/19-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 13000216CAAXMX
CitiFinancial Services, Inc. d/b/a
CitiFinancial GENERAL JURIS-
DICTION DIVISION Equity Services,
Inc., an Oklahoma corporation
Plaintiff,
vs.
Billy Joe Sanford; Unknown Spouse
of Billy Joe Sanford; Janice M. San-
ford n/k/a Janice Mildred Tetstone;
Ford Motor Credit Company LLC;
United States of America; Unknown
Tenant #1; Unknown Tenant #2 .
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: Billy Joe Sanford and Unknown
Spouse of Billy Joe Sanford
Last Known Address: 1160 Southeast
94th Street, Starke, FL 32091
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property in .Bradford
County, Florida:


A PARCEL OF LAND SITJJATED
IN THE SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF
SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AT THE SE CORNER
OF SECTION 26 AND RUN N 00 04'
56" W, ALONG THE EAST LINE OF
SAID SECTION 26, A DISTANCE OF
670.23 FEET TO AN IRON PIPEAND
THE 'POB; THENCE CONTINUE. N
00 04' 56" W, ALONG SAI" EAST
LINE 670.23 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT ON THE NORTH LINE
OF SAID SE 1/4 OF THE SE 1/4;
THENCE RUN S 89 39' 57" W,
ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 166.66
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT; THENCE RUN S 00 04' 16"
E, 669.92 FEET, TO AN IRON PIPE;
THENCE RUN N 89 46' 15" .E,
166.79 FEET TO THE POB:
TOGETHER WITH MOBILE HOME
VIN NO. FLFLK70A17447CH AND
FLFLK70B17447CH
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of our
written defenses, if any, to it on Rob-
ert A. McLain, Esquire, Brock & Scott,
PLLC., the Plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 1501 N.W. 49th Street;
Suite 200, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 33309,
on or before October 12, 2013, and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on the
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
DATED on September 4, 2013.
Ray Norman
As Clerk of the Court
By Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
9/12 2tchg 9/19-BCT
NOTICE
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday Septem-
ber 20, 2013 @ 10:00 AM at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the fol-
lowing storage units containing per-
sonal items.
#115 Belonging to C. Layne
#31 Belonging to J. Martin
#13 Belonging to C. Forsyth
#118 Belonging to K. McKinney
#50 Belonging to P Gaskins
#125 Belonging to T. Perry
#108 Belonging to S. Demps
9/12 2tchg 9/19-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled Sep-
tember 19, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in the
Commission Meeting Room located
in the north wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Ave., Starke, FL. Acopy of the Agen-
da may be obtained, six days prior to
meeting, from the Bradford County
website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov or
from the office of the Bradford.County
Manager located in the north wing of
the Bradford County Courthouse.
9/12 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE ,'
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of Direc-
tors on Monday, September 30, 2013;
7:00 P.M. at the Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc., Senior Cen-
ter located at 1171 Nobles Ferry Rd
NW in Live Oak, Florida.
9/12 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ordinances, which titles hereinafter
appear, will be considered for enact-
ment by the City Commission of the
City of Starke, Florida, hereinafter
referred to as the City Commission,
at public hearings on September 24,
20,13 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereaf-
ter as the'matters can be heard, in the
City Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson,
Street, Starke, Florida. Copies of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the City Clerk, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinances.
A ORDINANCE NO: 2013-0693
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED,. RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, S 130627 A, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN' SECTIONS


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163.3161 THROUGH 163.3248,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMEND-
ED; PROVIDING FORA CHANGE IN
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM MEDIUM DENSITY, RESI-
DENTIAL (2 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
ON CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABIULITY; REPEAULING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013.-0694
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF 'LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, S 130627 B, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3248,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMEND-
ED; PROVIDING FORACHANGE IN
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM MEDIUM DENSITY, RESI-
DENTIAL (2 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
ON CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILTY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0695
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF


STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, S 130627 C, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3248,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMEND-
ED; PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION
FROM MEDIUM DENSITY, RESI-
DENTIAL (2 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
ON CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEAULING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0696
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN
MAP OF THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS
AMENDED, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, S 130627 D, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION, UNDER
THE AMENDMENT' PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3248,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS AMEND-
ED; PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN
THE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION


FROM MEDIUM DENSITY, RESI-
DENTIAL (2 TO 8 DWELLING UNITS
PER ACRE) TO COMMERCIAL
ON CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearings may be contin-
ued to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any con-
tinuation of the public hearings shall
be announced during the public hear-
ings and that no further notice con-
cerning the matters will be published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at the public hearings, they will
need a record of the proceedings and,
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal isto be based.
Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodations
to participate in this proceeding
should contact 352.463.3169 (Voice
& TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
9/12 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCES BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
ordinances, which titles hereinafter
appear, will be considered for enact-


meant by the City Commission of the
City of Starke, Florida, hereinafter
referred to as the City Commission,
at public hearings on September 24,
2013 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereaf-
ter as the matters can be heard, in the
City Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida. Copies of said
ordinances may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office of
the City Clerk, City Hall, located at
209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
parties may appear and be heard with
respect to the ordinances.
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0697
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
CODE, RELATING TO THE REZON-
ING OF LESS THAN TEN CONTIGU-
OUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, Z 13-02, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; PRO-
VIDING FOR REZONING FROM
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) TO COMMUNITY COMMER-
CIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORI-
DA; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0698
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY


OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
CODE, RELATING TO THE REZON-
ING OF LESS THAN TEN CONTIGU-
OUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPUCATION, Z 13-03, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; PRO-
VIDING FOR REZONING FROM
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) TO COMMUNITY COMMER-
IAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORI-
DA; REPEAULING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0699
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA. AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
CODE, RELATING TO THE REZON-
ING OF LESS THAN TEN CONTIGU-
OUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, Z 13-04, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; PRO-
VIDING FOR REZONING FROM
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) TO COMMUNITY COMMER-
CIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORI-
DA; REPEAULING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-0700
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
OF STARKE LAND DEVELOPMENT
CODE, RELATING TO THE REZON-
ING OF LESS THAN TEN CONTIGU-


OUS ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT
TO AN APPLICATION, Z 13-05, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; PRO-
VIDING FOR REZONING FROM
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) TO COMMUNITY COMMER
CIAL (B-2) OF CERTAIN LANDS
WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORI
DA; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES
IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearings may be continr
ued to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, lime and place of any cone
tinuation of the public hearings shall
be announced during the public hear-
ings and that no further notice conr
cemrning the matters will be published:
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to .apeal any decisions made
at the public hearings, they will need
a record of the proceedings and
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim-record of thi
proceedings is made, which record
inudes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based:
Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodaticns
to participate in this proceed<
should contact 352.463.3169 (Vce
& TDD) or via Florida Relay Seri*
800.955.8771.
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Wings of Dreams rescues Hubble mockup


Wings of Dreams added
to its growing collection of
historic space artifacts with the
acquisition of the Hubble Space
Telescope mockup, used to train
astronauts for Hubble servicing
missions.
Davis Express, based in
Starke, played a critical role
by donating the transport from
Houston to Keystone Heights
Airport.


In July 2012, during the
loading of the remaining space
shuttle guidance and navigation
simulator components, the
Wings of Dreams team spotted
the disassembled Hubble
mockup in an outside storage
area at the Johnson Space
Center's Sonny Carter Training
Facility. Susan King, Wings
of Dreams co-founder and
managing director, immediately


queried the NASA property
disposal officer and discovered
what it was and that it was slated
to be scrapped within the month.
Despite the daunting task
of moving the oversized
components of this large artifact,
the team unanimously agreed
that this artifact represented an
important chapter of America's
space program history
and deserved to be saved,


reassembled and put on display.
King proceeded to go through
the channels to convince, NASA
to allocate the Hubble mockup to
Wings of Dreams. Five months
later, the dream became reality
when King was notified by
email that the Hubble mockup
would be transferred to Wings of
Dreams.
DavisExpress,alsoresponsible
for sponsoring the transport of
the shuttle simulator from the
Johnson Space Center in 2012,
agreed to send two trucks and
trailers on a 1,000-mile journey
to Houston to transport all but
one oversized component, which
will require special permitting
and escorts.
The all-volunteer Wings of
Dreams team, made up of King,

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Pictured In front of the aft shroud, the bottom
component of the Hubble Telescope mockup, are (i-r)
Davis Express'dulvers Kelly Clem and John Dempsey
and Wings of Dreams logistics team members Wes.
Hoy, Bob Oehi (Wingsof Dreams executive director),
Travis Ashley, Adam Ashley and Greg Ashley.


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Astronauts prepare for a Hubble Telescope servicing mission in the Johnson
Space Center buoyancy lab under the supervision of safety divers. The Hubble
Telescope mockup pictured Is now at Wings of Dreams.





TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals were
arrested recently by local law
enforcement officers in Bradford,
Union or Clay (Keystone Heights
area) counties:

Keystone
Lucas Salyers, 35, of Melrose
was arrested Sept. 3 by Clay
deputies for possession of less
than 20 grams of cannabis and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Daniel Seypura, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 4 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear.
Jeffery Sydenstricker, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 4 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.
Robert Mosher, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 5 by Clay deputies for
battery.
Brandon Hall, 21, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 6 by Clay
deputies for a probation violation.
Christopher Harrelson, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 6 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
Sherry Davis, 52, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 7 by Clay
deputies for DUI.
Shawn Robbins, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 8 by Clay deputies for
disorderly intoxication.

John Bennett, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 9. by Clay deputies for
fleeing and eluding, driving
with a suspended, revoked or
disqualified license, and reckless
driving.
SChad Freeman, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept 9 by Clay deputies for seven
probation violations." .
SThomas Recard, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 9 by Clay deputies for
burglary and grand theft.
c

radford
SBrandon Michael Akins, 20,
,of Starke was arrested Sept. 5 by
Starke police for battery.
SAlbert Jefferson Andrews,
42, of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 6 by Bradford deputies
for possession of opium or
derivatives.
Jonathan Tyrone Bass, 31, was
arrested Sept. 4 by Starke police
for vehicle theft and dealing in
stolen property.
Timothy Delancie Bass, 29,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 4
by Starke police for larceny,
vehicle theft, dealing in stolen
property, fraud, and fraud by
impersonation.
Cecil Ronnie Carter, 54, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 5 by
Starke police for larceny.
Lafayette N. Chandler, 49, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
Stake police for possession and
selling of cocaine.
Willis Jamard Chandler, 42,
of Gainesville was arrested
Sept. 9 by Bradford deputies for
probation violation.
Timothy Wayne Chastain,
28, of Hampton was arrested
Sept. 7 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana and drug
equipment.
Samuel Dewayne Coe, 45,
of Stake was arrested Sept. 9
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Lany Earl Dobbs, 42, of
Raiford was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for selling
opium or derivatives.


Matthew Justin Ellis, 27, of
Brooker was arrested Sept. 6
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Felicia Deanna Grace, 23, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept. 3
by Bradford deputies for an out
of county warrant.


Janeka Breanne Greene, 24,
of Starke was arrested Sept, 5 by
Starke police for larceny.
Brett Jorden Hale, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
7 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana and
drug equipment.
William Joseph Hallam, 32,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 6
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation, two
failures to appear, larceny and
burglary.
Jack Chances Hodges, 44, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 7


by Bradford deputies for two bribery, moving traffic violation
out-of-county warrants, and possession of marijuana.


Earl Johnson, 20, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 9 by Starke
police for contempt of court.
Justin Wade Jones, 30, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Richard Louis Miller, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 7 by
Starke police for battery.
Benjamin Chad Mishoe, 36,
of Wesley Chapel was arrested
Sept. 5 by Waldo police for


Adrian S. Mosley, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
Bradford deputies for battery
and kidnap/false imprisonment.
Mary L. Pate, 53, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
4 by Starke police for larceny.
Jamie Renee Prevatt, 22, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.
Justin Kyle Rogers, 27, of
Raiford was arrested by Bradford


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deputies Sept. 6 for distribution
of synthetic narcotics.
I
Christopher Alexander
Sangster, 55, was arrested
Sept. 6 by Bradford deputies
for distribution of synthetic
narcotics.
Stephanie Jean Shirey, 35,
of Lakeland was arrested Sept.
9 by Bradford deputies for
possession and selling of drugs.
Brandon Dewitt Smith, 21, of
Starke was arrested Sept, 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.


Felicia Naomi Swafford, 21,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.
Clara Denne Tedder, 47, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
6 by Lawtey police for a traffic
offense.
Sherecia Thomas, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
3 by Starke police for probation
violation.
Pamela Ann Toti, 55, Jof
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
7 by the Florida Highway Patrol
for a traffic offense.


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.Joining Dr. Mohamed Foda (third from right) and nurse midwife/nurse practitioner
Chris Rhoden (second from right) at the Aug. 27 ribbon cutting to open the Women's
Center of Florida are (1-r) Pam Whittle, Andrea Waterhouse, Rhonda Sherrod, Scott
.Roberts and (far right) StarkeMayor Travis Woods.

Women's Center of Florida:

PB-Gyn office comes to Starke


IBY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-7Times-
S. '. 'Monitor
t Women. 'in the Starke area
i'ill no longer have io drive to
Sainesville or Jacksonville tore-
eive specialized gynecological
r obstetric care. Dr. Mohamed
[oda and Chris Rhoden, a cer-
fled nurse midwife and nurse
ractitioner, are now seeing pa-
efits at the Women's Center of
lorida at 1546 A S. Water St. in
tarke. They also have offices in,
!elrose and Lake City.
Foda, who resides in Starke
4ith wife, Nada, and 9-month-
Id daughter, Lily, grew'up in
airo, qgypt, and went to medi-
al-school there. He came to the
United States in 2008 and has
received training at the Univer-
ity of Nebraska and Marshall
University in West Virginia.


Ring bells
Sept. 17 for
freedom,
constitutionn
NVeek
The Col. Samuel Elbert
chapterr of the National Society
daughterss of the American
evolution encourages
immunity members to help it
i remembering the framers of
he U.S. Constitution and all the
ien, women and children who
iade sacrifices for our freedoms
urihg Constitution Week (Sept.
7-23).
The Daughters of the American
tevolntien invites churches,
police departments, schools,
tc., to ring bells for freedom on
uesday, Sept. 17, at noon.


"I'm so excited about com-
ing to Starke because I know
that Starke has been missing an
OB-GYN for a long time," Foda
said. "In fact there was'a GYN
physician here in the past, but he
was just doing GYN and no OB
care."
Noting that Starke is a small.
but growing community, Foda
said, "Our scope is to cover the
area between Gainesville and
-here." : ".
One advantage to women who
choose to receive their medical
care in Starke is reduced wait-
ing time, said Foda. His practice
provides pregnancy, infertility,
gynecological procedures and
care, and cancer screening.
Rhoden graduated from high
school in Newberry :and lives
in the-Gainesville area. She re-
ceived her nurse's training at


Starke
Rotary golf
tournament
is Sept. 27


The Rotary Club of Starke
will host its 'annual fundraising
golf tournament Friday, Sept. 27,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club at 1 p.m. (Registration is at
noon.)
The four-person scramble costs
$50 per person. That includes
cart, green fees and a meal after
the tournament, courtesy of ihe
Downtown Grill. Participants
wiJl also have the chance to' win
door prizes..
SThere will be putting, longest-
'drive, closest-to-the-pin and
chipping contests.
Proceeds will benefit local and
international Rotary' projects,


Santa Fe College and her gradu-
ate training at the University of
Cincinnati.'
"I'm very excited about com-
ing to the Starke office," Rhoden
said.
She's happy to offer local
women the option of having a
female OB-GYN provider if that
is their preference.
"I look forward to working
with Dr. Foda," Rhoden said.
"Our goal is to create a safe
and happy environment for the
women of this area."'
Although Starke OB patients
will need to go to Shands Lake-
shore in Lake City for labor and
delivery, Foda hopes that Shands
Starke will ultimately be able to
offer that service.
"That wiil depend on the OB
numbers," he said.


as well as the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation.
For more information,
please contact Jesse Gathright
at 904-545-6403 or jesse@
americandreamflorida.com, or
Jessie Myers at 904-955-8699 or
jmvers 1220@gmail.com.


Arc of Bradford employees step

up to weight-loss challenge

h.* BY CLIFF SMELLEY M.r-,.W,,.-1 I i


Regional News/Sports Editor
SBy being the biggest loser,
Kay Starling was the biggest
winner, but in reality, she and
five of her co-workers were all
winners.
Most people are familiar
with the TV show "The Biggest
Loser." Employees at. the Arc
of Bradford County decided
to have their own weight-loss
competition, and Starling won
the $100 pot that was composed
of $1 fines participants paid for
gaining weight. Starling said she
lost 22 pounds and has noticed
an increase in her agility and
endurance as a-result.
"I think it went great," she
said. "It was fun."
Sherry Ruszkowski, the Arc
of Bradford executive director,
said she and some of the Arc
employees discussed making
changes in their lives in order
to lose weight and get healthier.
The discussion became a reality
as several Arc personnel-
including Ruszkowski-
participated in a three-month
exercise program led by Arc
employee Mark Williams.
Williams admitted he expected
a lot out of the participants. He
said, "My mantra to them was,
'Suck it up, cupcake. You're in
fitness training now.'"
Starling, who had quadruple


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(top, center),
who acted as
physical trainer,
is pictured with
(clockwise from
top right) Sherry
Ruszkowski,
A.J. Dommon,
Christina
Rosbeck, Krystal
Hall and Kay
Starling. Not
pictured: Becky
Baker.


bypass surgery five years ago,
remains active, though the
weight-loss competition has
ended. She said she works out
4-4:30 a.m. with the use of a
Nintendo Wii and fitness board.
She's also making dietary
changes.
"I quit eating fast food every
day," Starling said. "I gave up a
lot of processed foods."
While the competition was
going on, participants weighed
in every Tuesday. They would
have to pay $1 for every pound
gained, with that money going
into the prize pot.
"I spent it all on clothes,"
Starling said of her winnings,
with Williams adding, "A lot


smaller clothes."
Krystal Hall, who lost 15
pounds during the competition,
said, "I was very happy for
(Starling). She overcame a lot of
things working out. We saw her
accomplish a lot."
It. was actually a close
competition between Starling
and Becky Baker, who proved to
be dedicated. Williams said he
doesn't believe Baker missed a
single workout.
Though he wasn't part of
the weight-loss competition,
Williams said he got as much out
of it as the participants.
"For me, it was seeing them
grow and do what they thought
they couldn't do," he said.


Great Strides event returns Sept. 28


The fifth annual Bradford-
Union Great Strides, a
fundraisirng walk for the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation, is scheduled
for Saturday, Sept. 28, starting at
Shands Starke Regional Medical
Center at 9 a.m. (Registration
begins at 8 a.m.)
Lunch will be provided to
participants of the 3-mile walk
by Gator Domino's.
Money raised during the
Bradford-Union Great 'Strides
event- has increased each
year. Last year's event raised
approximately $23,000, which
prompted Lawtey native Katelyn
Sims, who helped start the event,
to set a goal of $25,000-$30,000


this year.
Sims, 22, was diagnosed with
cystic fibrosis at the age of 4.
For more on the Bradford-
Union Great Strides event or
Great Strides in general, please
visit the website www.cff.org/
greatstrides. You may also


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event online'.
SYou may also contact the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's
Claudia Werner Foxworth for
more information. ,She can be
reached at 904-733-3560 or
cwerner@cff.org.


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Jira09Emama

Gulf accident
survivor says
thanks to many

Dear Editor:
To my friends and family,
thank you for your prayers.
cards, meals, special visits, good
listeners and all who have gone
opt of their way to help me laugh
and have made me feel loved. I
.wanted to inform you of my
latest news. Alice Harris and
Tom Morrison's daughter, Anna
Summerford, have both wanted
for me to try to be my old self.
This is part of my healing-
to share this information. I
have attended the attended
the memorial service of Glen
Harris, my friend of 40-plus
years. I attended Tom Morrison's
memorial service, and I have
now met the people who were
responsible for saving Frank
and me. I will always remember
forever that tragic day on June
15, and being rescued on June 16,
Father's Day.
Michele, my daughter, Erika,
my daughter-in-law, Kim, my
granddaughter, Peyton and
grandson, Chance, had the
opportunity of a lifetime to
meet the pilot and co-pilot of the
C-130, located out of Air Station
Clearwater, who spotted Frank
and me on June 16,2013.
The pilot, Lt. Daniel DeAngelo,
took the controls from Lt. Natalie
Moyer (who was on her first
rescue mission) when he spotted
a larger than normal wave (a
huge wave that sent me once
again into the water). He banked
lefft'and spotted one person: me. I
was standingon the upside down
gunnel, and Frank was sitting on
the ladder platform. Both of us
had been holding onto a yellow
rope, that was tied from the
bow to the stern, for the last 22
hours. Lt. DeAngelo told me he
had another 15- minutes left to
search. Just by chance, from his
peripheral vision, he basically
spotted a needle in a haystack.
I wrote a letter 'of
recommendation to their
commander, Capt. Lorenzen,
requesting thatthe pitoteBd~erew
be awarded a commendation,,,.
It was a true miracle that Frank
and I were spotted. (I have not, to
my recollection, ever witnessed
a miracle before.) It was the best
feeling I've ever had-to meet
the pilots who were responsible
for saving our lives, and to share
this with my family.
Later that afternoon, we were
invited to Command Center
Sector in St. Petersburg to meet
'the entire team who used the
information of our last known
coordinates provided by, Capt.
Brett Selph. This information,
as well as Michele's call to
thpm (which began immediate
coordination of resources-
people on land and sea, boats,
helicopters and planes), enabled
the Coast Guard to narrow its
search and rescue efforts around
11:30 Saturday night. Michele's
Scall provided the names of the
people on board, description of
the boat and motor, boat number
S and how many miles we were


going to fishing holes.
We had a meeting with
Capt. Case, his staff and Lt.
Kathleen Sullivan and Mr.
Kevin Coyne (search and rescue
controllers), who were on outy
and stayed in contact with
Michele throughout the night.
*They directed the boats and
airplanes to the grids to search.
In the command center, they
replayed our exact computer map
and grid pattern, which was used
in the search. Their computer
program is the only one like
it in the United States. The
technology was amazing, the
response was quick (Semper
Paratus-always ready) and
the level of professionalism
was awesome. Not only was a
Helicopter H-60 searching most
of ,the night (the night vision
goggles were useless because
there was no light with no
moon), but the Hercules C-130
was sent up before dawn, and at
first light switched from a radar
search to an "eyes" search. The
rescue boat, The Alligator, was
also used to search for Glen
Harris and Tom Morrison.
In addition, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission had boats out all
night. After the C-130 spotted
us, they radioed to the FWC boat,
and we were picked up about 30
minutes later by Investigator
Larry Ayers and Officer Jordan
Hillard.
I also wrote to the commander
of Command Center Sector-
Capt.' Case-requesting that
an award or- commendation
be presented to Lt. Sullivan
and Mr. Coyne. I have drafted
a letter to the FWC Captain
recommending that Investigator
Ayers and Officer Hillard be
recognized for their efforts
leading to our rescue.
My deepest, most heartfelt
thanks to the following:
1. To God for an answered
prayer from. myself, many
friends and relatives.
2. The United States Coast
Guard pilot Lt. DeAngelo
(without him we would not be
alive).
3. The United States
Coast -Guard-, Seaveh and
Rescud&, Controllers, especially'
Mr. Coyne, who was
professional, honest and kind
to Michele. He employed
his expertise and many years
of hands-on experience, which
led to our rescue. Lt.
Sullivan was also in contact
with Michele. In addition, she
coordinated the entire visit
with the pilots at ihe airfield,
allowing us to actually go
inside the aircraft and arranged
-meetings with the commander


of the Command Center Sector
and the other members of the
sector, as well as a tour of the
Command Center Sector. It was
this group of individuals and
equipment that provided ie
information to those on the land.
the sea and in the air. which led
to our discovery.
4. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission. Investigator Ayers
and Officer Hillard searched
throughout the night and
recovered us after the C-130
pinpointed our position.
5. The charter boat captain,
Brett Selph. He passed us soon
after we had turned back, and
he had the initiative to note our
general coordinates. After he
returned late Saturday afternoon,
he noted that the boat trailer and
vehicles were still at the boat
landing. He attempted to call us
by radio, used his boat to search
for us and then contacted the
Coast Guard and supplied them
with that information.
6. My wife, Michele, for
contacting the Coast Guard
at 11:30 Saturday night with
our names, boat number, boat
size, engine, etc. She stayed
in constant contact with the
Coast Guard and Alice Harrris
throughout the night until we
were rescued.
7. George Leath, who
came to our house late Sunday
evening with the potentially
life saving information about
rhabdomyolysis. After many IVs,
my levels returned to normal.
8. Dr. Franson for initially
treating my wounds, starting
two IVs and directing me to
go immediately to the hospital.
9. Roger Lloyd, a fitness
coach that I credit for getting
my legs strong. (Without strong
legs and arms, and a will to live,
I could not have made it.)
10. A yellow, nylon, braided
rope that we held onto from the
bow to the stern on the keel:.
It stretched and stretched, but
never broke. (Without this rope,
our chances of survival were
zero.)
12. My size 13 shoes. I could
not have stayed on the gunnel
with ritJheete erEv'th.ttnnis
shoes, I had a very large blood
blister; Is-till have nerve- damage
in both big toes.)
13. My sunglasses-
protection from the sun and
saltwater. (My face and lower
back'had a total sunburn peel;
my lower lip was my biggest
concern.)
14. My eyeglass holder.
When thrown from the boat, it
held my glasses around my neck.
Tom Grant


People of
Union County
will persevere

Dear Editor:
1 wish Forrest Gump's mom
lived in Union County.
We could all use a bit of the
aown-home wisdom sh c shared
with her son. None is more
memorable than when she told
Forrest, "Life is like a box of
chocolates; you never know that
you're gonna get!" }
On Saturday morning, Aug.
24, you reached into your box of
chocolates and withdrew a piece
that you didn't want. A piece
nobody wanted. The question
is, "Now, what do we do with
a repugnant piece of hurt that
nobody desires? A piece that is
so bitter that we cannot chew,
so disgusting that we cannot
swallow?" Our first impulse is
to stuff it back in the box, but,
regrettably, that is not possible,
nor acceptable. If this piece is
something we don't want for
ourselves, then we certainly don't
want to foist it on someone else.
Our only other option is to
deal with what life has handed
us quietly ana privately. For
the past nine years, I have been
geographically ,removed from
my favored Union County.
Nevertheless, I understand that
my many friends there have
performed admirably these
past few weeks. Although you
have grieved together as the UC
family does so well, none of
you-even family members most
affected by this heartache-
have dealt with this in lock step.
Individually, you have taken
your own necessary measures
to privately triumph over this
heartbreaking event.
Several years ago, a farmer
friend of mine was putting up
fence wire. Nothing exceptional
about the day; he expected to
staple up one last pull and go
home. With one end of the wire
attached firmly to a corner post,
he attached the other end to a
tractor and pulled it taut. This
150-yard stretch was perfect
until my friend noticed that the
opposite end of the single strand
of barbed wire was laying a bit
out of line, caught by a tuft of
small weeds. Too fari to walk
back.*wahOtisouw tmk thee
\ i re -fftf I ,'V'bbh~hd1M' and
gave it'a heirty lip. He'hoped
to send a spiral wave down the
line, causing the wire to hop off
the offending clump and lay back
in place-a common practice by
those who do fencing.
As planned, the wave rolled


down tne wire, but somewhere
about midpoint, before being
set free from the weed, the
wire broke and came screaming
back through his hands like a
NASCAR chainsaw. With both
hands still firmly gripping the
fence, and before his release
instinct could kick in, in a flash,
his palms were shredded like
hamburger meat.
Looking back, we could chide
my friend for not using gloves,
and rightfully so. But I've
discovered in life that sometimes
we do things in the simplicity of
the moment. We never do all we
might to prevent what we don't
expect to happen. We get up and
go to work; we finish work and
we go home. Tomorrow, we do
the same thing, and perhaps add
in a T-ball game or a trip for
milk and bread. All the while,
we are flipping the fence of life


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to keep it out of the weeds.
Your Saturday morning was
a non-exceptional day. Nothing
to warrant special precautions.
-That's why you all had your
hands on the fence and none
were wearing gloves. No gloves
because not one of you expected
the wire to break. But it did and-j
it sliced through the hearts of
everyone in the community. It
wii require much time before"
those gaping wounds healE-P
However, I suspect that soom
someone will be heard yellirnv
along the streets of Lake Butler,
"Run, Forrest, run!" And y'atl
will. Broken fence wire can'-ti
slow Union County folks downi, -i
Respectfullyr,,
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Jacob Wyatt McCord

Birth: Jacob
Wyatt McCord

:kandy and Gina McCord of
Graham announce the birth of
their son. Jacob Wyatt McCord,
on.Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. Jacob,
was born at North Florida
Regional Medical Center at
12:53 p.m., weighing 7 pounds,
6 'ounces, and measuring 20.25
inches in length. He joins a sister,
Bella, and a brother, Zach.
.Maternal grandparents
ate James and Cindy Griffis
of Graham. Maternal great-
gandparents are Julia T. and
tl late James "R.G." Griffis of
GQtham and the late Clyde and
L.ona "Ma Boots" Brown of
Slarke.,
"Paternal grandparents are
ltndy and Kathy Armitage
oj 'Gainesville, and Randy and
Pptricia McCord of Starke.
lPternal great-grandparents
ale Norma and the late Edward
row of 'Waldo, Betty and the
late Alva McCord of Raiford and
aeary Armitage of Gainesville.

78 BHS
lass to host
October
reunion
5The Bradford High School
(lass of 1978 is planning a
5t"'. ..reunion for Oct. 26 at
the Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast. Organizers are in
need of class members' mailing
addresses.
S Please contact Barbara
S enckowsky Palko at 386-496-
1755 or via the "Bradford Couinty
lIigh School Starke Fl Class of
78 Reunion" page on Facebook.
,.*


Allison Durrance and
Patrick Hartley


Durrance,
Hartley to
wed Sept. 14
Allison Diane Durrance of
Starke and Patrickr Hartley
of Fort White announce their
engagement.
Allison is the daughter of
Frank and Charlotte Durrance
of Starke. She is a 2002 graduate
of Bradford High School and a
2008 graduate of the University
of Fl9rida. She is employed at
Bradford Middle School as an
Ag. Ed teacher and attends First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Patrick is the son of Pat and
Tammy Hartley of Lake City. He
is a 2006 graduate of Fort White
High School and a 2011 graduate
of Tulsa Welding School. He is
employed at DuPont and attends
SFirst Baptist.Church of Starke.
The wedding and reception are
planned for Saturday, Sept. 14, at
6 p.m. at Santa Fe River Ranch
in Alachua.


Pamila Carter and Kenneth ..n
Higginbotham i I
Phillip Lazenby and
Carter, Amanda Reed
Higginbotham Reed, Lazenby
to wed Sept. 28 plan Oct. 19
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Barbara and Edward Carter of
Lake Butler announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Pamila Myri Carter, to Kenneth
Edward Higginbotham, son of
Katherine and Edward
Higginbotham of Callahan.
' The bride-elect is currently
employed as a music instructor at
Lake Butler Elementary School
as well as the assistant band
director at Union County High
School.
The groom-elect is employed
with Beaver Street Fishery in
Jacksonville.
The wedding ceremony will
take place on Saturday, Sept. 28,
at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler. A reception
honoring the newlywed couple
will follow.
After a brief honeymoon in
Savannah, Ga., the couple will
reside in Raiford.
Though no local invitations
are being sent, all family and
friends are ,invited to attend this
joyous occasion.


wearing
Amanda Reed of Starke and
Phillip Lazenby of Hampton an-
nounce their engagement.
Amanda is the daughter of
Charles and Shari Reed of Starke.
She graduated from Bradford
High School and the University
of Florida, and is a member of
Kinglsey Lake Baptist Church.
Phillip is the son of Scott and
Linda Lazenby of Hampton.
He graduated from Bradford
High School and the University
of Florida, and is a member.of
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
The wedding is planned for
Oct. 19,2013, in Gainesville.

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Dempsey R. and Margie B. Sapp

Sapps celebrate 70 years


Dempsey R. and' Margie
B. (Beckham) Sapp of Lake
Butler are celebrating their 70th
wedding anniversary. They
were married in Arlington, Va.,
on Sept. 17, 1943, while he was
serving in the U.S. Navy.
Dempsey and Margie are the
founders of Florida Pest Control
and Chemical Company.
They have four children: Kay


(Don) Frowick of St: Petersburg,
Deborah Wise (deceased),
Dempsey R. (Diane) Sapp Jr. of
Lake Butler and Angelia (Don)
Dickey of Knoxville, Tenn.
They have seven grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
To honor this special occasion,
they *are having a celebration
dinner with family and friends.


Brewer, Jackson wed Aug. 17


John Waters and Goldie
Turner

Turner, Waters
celebrate Oet.
26" 'wedding
Goldie Dawn Turner, daughter
of Sheila Turner and niece of
Gary and Gail Coleman, and
John Russell Waters, son of
Dennis Waters Sr. and Donna
Waters, will be celebrating their


Donna Patray Brewer and
Jeffrey Blake Jackson were
united in marriage on Aug.
17, 2013, at First Presbyterian
Church of Starke. Officiating
the ceremony was Rev. Dr. Don
McGarity. Attendants for the
couple were Susan Nichols, best
friend of the bride, and Edward
Jackson, brother of the groom.
Guests included Minnie Lou
Patray, mother of the bride, and
Brenda Jackson, sister-in-law of
the groom. Also in attendance
as, ,.photggjap~hers,,,wy.e Ma rik
Patra). brother. of ihe bride, and
his son Jacob.
Afterward, family and friends
met a. Cedar River in Starke for
dinner. A two-tiered wedding
cake and the groom's chocolate
cupcakes were monogrammed
with the letter "J". The delicious
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ATf 1UME


Marjorie Alligood
ALACHUA--Marjorie Dees
Alligood, 95, of Alachua died on
Wednesday, Sept. 4. 2013, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice Care Center,
She was born on May 21, 1918.
in Union County to the iate waiter
and Lois Nesmith Dees. She was a
member of New Oak Grove Baptist
Church, was a homemaker and was a
licensed beautician.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband. Turner Alligood:
Sisters Lucille Buhl and Willa Mae
Johnston; brothers B.W., J.L., Tom
and Charlie Dees: and granddaughter
Tammy Alligood O'Steen.
She. is survived by: daughter,
Yvonne A. (Carey) Kwiatkowski
of Alachua; sons Jerry (Teddy)
Alligood, Billy, (Dianne) Alligood.
and Bruce (Debbie) Alligood, all
of Alachua; five grandchildren six
great-grandchi'ldren; and one great-
great-grandson.
Funeral services were conducted
on Sept. 9 at New Oak Grove Baptist
Church, with Rev. Eddie Blalock,
Rev. Darwin Griffin and Rev.
Terry Elixson officiating. Interment
followed at the church cemetery. .
In lieu of flowers, the family
asks that donations be made to E.T.
York Haven Hospice, 4200 N.W. 901h
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606. '*
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.

Jean Delo
A memorial service honoring the
life of Jean Delo will be. held at 11
a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, at Trinity
Baptist .Church in Keystone Heights.
Delo passed away on July 15,
2013, in Falls Church, Va. She was
86.


Irene Parrish'
PROVIDENCE-Irene Harriett
Vanzant Parrish, 92, of Providence
died Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, at
Suwannee Valley Maven Hospice
Care Center after an extended
illness.'
She was born on June 18, 1921,
In High Springs to the late Jarvis
and.'Willie Vaughn Vanzant. She
lived most of her life in the 'Union
County area and was a member of
Philippi Baptist Church. She worked
for Copeland Sausage Company as a
vendor for many years. .I
S She was preceded in death by: her
'husband, G.W. Parrish; and, a .on,
,Tony Bielling.
S She is survived ,by: daughter,
Mickey Pens of Newberry; sons
'Tommy (Barbara) Bielling of Fort
'White and Toby Bielling of Santa
'Ana, Clif.; stepdaughters Linda
'AndreW 'J(eff) Scott of'Pr6vidence
:and Charlotte (Ra)) Townsend of
Providence; stepsons, George '"Bud"
!Parrish of Lake Butler and Don
'XPatricia) Parrish of Pirovidence;
Sister, Idgll Holder of Lake City;
31 grandchildren; 51 great-
grandchildren; and 12 great-great-
!grandchildren.
SFuneral services. will be
*conducted on Friday, Sept. 13, at
10:30 a.m. in the chapel of Archer
-Funeral Home, with Elder Herman
;Griffin officiating. Internment will
follow at Elzey- Chapel Cemetery.
The family will receive friends on
Thursday, Sept. 12, from p.m. until
8 p.m. at the funeral home.
SArcher Funeral Home of Lake
iKtler is in charge of arrangements.


Marie Scheer
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
IMarie Agnes-Scheer, 99, of Keystone
!Heights passed away Tuesday, Sept.
t3, 2013, at Windsor Manor Nursing
Home in Starke.
'She was born on Sept. 1, 1914, in
St. Louis, Mo., to the late George
!and Catherine (Hack) Kelly. Prior
Ito retirement, v'Mrs. Scheer/ was .a
,laborer in a calendar warehouse in
IMissouri before moving to Keystone
',Heights in 1993. She jpas a member
of St. William Catholic Church and
SMelrose Woman's Club, and was an
avid bowler and bingo player.
She was preceded in death by her


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husband. William Ray Scheer. in
1983.
Mrs. Scheer is survived
by: her son, Richard (Evelyn)
Scheer of Keystone Heights; two
grandchildren. George "Tony"
(Karen) Scheer nf Keystone Heights
and Donna (Jay) Smith of Merritt
Island: and two great-grandchildren.
Courtney (Bo) Sheridan of Merritt
Island and A.J. Scheer of Keystone
Heights. Also surviving are: two
step-great-granddaughters. Heather
Browvn and Stephanie Brown, in
addition to several great-great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
Saturday, Sept. 21, at 10 a.m. in
the JonesGallagher Funeral Home
chapel, with Father Mike Williams
officiating. The family will
receive friends at the funeral home
following the'services. The burial
will take place at Jefferson Barracks
National Cemetery in St. Louis at a
later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


Margie Schaefer
Margie Schaefer
STARKE-Margie Lovada
Schaefer, 87, a lifelong resident of
Starke, died Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013,
at Shands at North Florida Regional
Hospital. I ,
She was born on March 11, 1926,
to the late Gen. Lee Kersey and
Lena Woods-Kersey.
SMargie was Rreceded !in death by:
her husband, Charles Schaefer Sr.;
six brothers; and four sisters.
She is survived by: her children,
Charles (Dona) Schaefer Jr.' of
Starke and Nora S. (John A.) Tabah
of Lake Butler; brother, Earl Kersey;
si\ grandchildren; five' great-
grandchildren; and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will beheld on
Thursday, Sept. 12, at 11 a.m. at
Crosby Lake Cemetery, with Pastor


Roman Alvarez officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


Sandy Schmldt
Sandy Schmidt
STARKE-Sandy M. Schmidt,
56, of Starke died Thursday, Sept.
5, 2013, at E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
She was born on July 15, 1957, in
Starke to the late Charles D. "Mac"
and Lois (Hixson) McCullough. She
was a professional crafter and ran
several online businesses. She was
a member of First United Methodist
Church of Starke.
She is survived by: her husband
of 27 years, Todd Schmidt of
Starke; daughter, Samantha (Chris)
Flanders of Starke; twin sister,
Cyndy (Arnold) Weeks of Keystone
Heights; Todd's parents, John
and Verna Schmidt of Starke( a
granddaughter; two brothers-in-law;
and one sister-in-law.
A memorial service was held
Sept. 10 at First United Methodist
Church, with Pastor Mike Moore
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
are requested to be made to the:
AmeriFan Cancer Society, 2119 S.W.
161h St., Gainesville, FL 32608, or
Sthe American Red Cross, 1425 N.W.
Sixth: St., Gainesville, FL 32601.
SArrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.

Alfred Turner
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Reverend Alfred "Shelton" Turner,
86, of Green Cove Springs died
Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home.
He was born in Henagar, Ala.,
on Oct. 29, 1926, to the lateReuben
and Velma (Yarbrough) Turner, and
was raised around Sand Mountain,
Ala. He was the manager for
Deaton Truck Lines in Houston
and, .following Bible college, he
later became'.the associate pastor for


Congregational Holiness Church in
Green Cove Springs.
He was preceded in death by his
wife of 22 years, Betty Turner.
He is survived by: son, Jeff
(Misty) Turner of Starke; and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sept.
10 at Congregational Holiness
Church, with Rev. Ronnie Surrency
officiating. Burial followed .at
Hickory Grove Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Helm-Gallagher Funeral Home &
Cremation Services.




We would like to say a huge
"THANK YOU!" to everyone
that loved John Colson Rimes.
Thank you for all the food that
you brought to the house for the
family and all the love and hugs
that come along with it. Thank
you for all of your prayers that
you have said for us and with us.
Thank you for all of the flower
and cards sent showing your
care and love. JC, Colson, Little
John, Daddy, Two Daddy, Dad-
dy John, what ever you called
him, was a great man who had
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LAWTEY-Katherine Wright
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the University of Florida.
Born in Aikens, S.C., she later
moved to Lawtey. She was a
member of True Gospel Mission
of Chiefland. She was employed in
dietary with the, Bradford County
School System'anid Camp'Blanding.
She is survived by: three sons,
Thaddius Williatns, Alien Lee
Williams and Jery Lee Williams,
all of Lawtey; daughter, Stephone
Harper of Lawtey; brother, Willie
James McNeal; sisters-in-law
Mamie Ross and Clemetine White,
both of Lawtey, Barbara McNeal and


Francis Williams; 10 grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren,.
Funeral services .will be held
at 11 a.m. on Sat1rday, Sept. 14,
at Truevine Outreach Ministries,
with Pastor Ruth Scott (presiding)
and Pastor Robert Sott( (eulogist)
conducting the services, 'ntefment
will be held at Peetsville Cemetery '
in Lawtey under tihe direction off
Haile Funeral Home jnc. of Starke.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
Sept, 13;. a 6t. :th C4l D. Haile
Memorial Chapel. Family hour is,
from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. Friends are
welcome from 4 p'm. until 7 p.m.
The cortege will line up at the!
home of Thaddius Williams at
21513 N.E. 13-h .AV. if lMwtey at
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Tigers ride 4th-quarter rqaly to 13-10 win over West Nassau


BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN
Times Editor
This is the stuff that Frida.
night.football is made of. The
Union County High School
Tigers, down 10-0 at the hall'.
attacked the West Nassau
-igh School Warriors with 13
unanswered points-all in the
fourth quarter-to win the game
S.13-10 on Sept. 6 in Callahan.
Two touchdown runs in the
-final 7:56 by Phillip Lillie put
the Tigers' record at 2-0 so
far and showing that they can
/ handle adversity-as much as
you can throw at them.
Afterward, head coach Ronny
Pruitt told his team, "You guys


grew up, I don't like growing' up
that way. but I'll take it."
The Class 4A Warriors (0-
1) scored with a field goal on
their first set of downs after
recovering a fumble by the
Tigers on the first play of the
game. Fortunately, that was not a
sign of things to come-though
it took till the end of the game to
discover tha(.
Union County. which
ascended to the top bof the state's
Class IA poll this week. then
marched it down the field; but
just could not score, with one
pass knocked down and another
one incomplete.
Both teams committed


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Alexander
cat9ohea' a pas.
from Caleb Cox
before, running
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ha('" r 'pred again-this time
pf 1 ii9 llchdown run by their


quarterback halfway through the
second quarter. He was helped
two plays earlier by a roughing-
&he-passer call against Jacquez
Warren. Officials moved, the ball
half the distance ,o the goal-the
Tigers' 3-yard-line.
But after that touchdown and
Sa successful extra-point attempt,
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West Nassau would have no more
points to show for its efforts.
Union linebacker Austin
Dukes was again strong this
game, getting sack in late in the
first half. Other key defensive
plays were made by Lillie. Casey
Driggers. Princeton Alexander,
Kel Galloway' and Joseph
Merriex.
Of course, some of these
players excel on both sides of the
ball.'
Throughout the third quarter,
things did not pick up for the
Tigers even after a trick play.
Alexander took the snap for
a punt, but then tossed it to
quarterback Caleb Cox, whose
pass was intercepted. Alexander
was a bit shaken up after the
play.
Cox had a good night, with
his passing game picking up
speed with the pace of this new
season. During the game, Cox
sustained a small gash to the
top of his right/throwing hand.
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that Pruitt could inspect it. Pruitt
thought Cox would be OK. (This ;
week, a player said Cox received
stitches.) .
The quarterback's first .pass'
in the fourth quarter was tipped '
three times before nearly being
picked off, but he and the team.
successfully marched it dowv,,
the field to get their first score of
the game-a 1-yard touchdown'i
run by Lillie-at the 7;5- mark,
in the fourth. .
The defense then forced a
turnover with a fumble recovery,
after the Warriors got it back, .
After working it doWn thp,
field again, starting at the Tigers'-.
45-yard-line, Isaiah Jdhfsoil
made a 9-yard run, but came up.-
just short of the first down it
the Warriors' 14 after officials;
brought out the chains just to
make sure. '
On a fourth-and-inches play,,

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8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013



Defense is dominant in Indians' 19-0 road win over Wildwood


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Alonitor Editor
Keystone Heights High
School's defense held Wildwood
to 30 yards, allowing the visiting
Indians to outscore the Wildcats
19-0 in a weather-delayed
\arsit\ football garner in Sumter
.C('ount on Sept. 6.
Sam Anderson notched seven
tackles and six assists. Four of
Anderson's stops resulted in lost
,yardage for the Wildcats. Josh
Knight had five tackles and three
assists, Darein Gilio had five
tackles and 10 assists, and Chase
Musselmnan had two tackles and
eight assists. Musselman also
recovered three fumbles.
Kickoff, which was scheduled
for 7:30 p.m., was delayed
until approximately 8:30 due
to lightning. Light rain, which
continued to fall throughout the
first half, contributed to seven
fumbles between the two squads
in the first two quarters.
Wildwood took possession on
its own 47 to start the game, but
the Indian defense pushed the
home team back to its own 20.
From there, an errant punt
gave the Indians the ball on


the Wildvwod 30 for their first
possession. Runs by Anderson,
Michael Carroll and quarterback
Blake Valcnzuela took the ball to
the 10. From there, Valenzuela
found Micah Brown in the end
zone for the game's first score.
The Keystone quarterback
staved on the field to hold for J .J.
Schofield's extra-point attempt,
but the snap slipped through
Valenzuela's hands. Valenzuela
tried to improvise a two-point
conversion, but Wildwood
defenders tackled him before he
could find an open receiver or
open field.
Keystone's next score came
in the second quarter after a
Wildwood fumble gave the
Indians the ball on the Wildcat
47. Two consecutive Valenzuela
passes-one for 29 yards and
one for 12-to Brighton Gibbs
put the ball on the Wildwood 6.
After and incomplete pass and
an Anderson run that gained
no yardage, Valenzuela went
airborne again, finding Kyler
Teague in the end zone.
The visitors then attempted
a two-point conversion, but
Valenzuela's throw feH short,


resulting in a 12-0 Indian lead
with 36 seconds left in the half.
Keyslone threatened again
to start the second half with
a 10-play drive starting on its
own 43. The series consumed
nearly half of the third quarter.
Runs by Anton Noble (7, 6,
7, 7 and I11 yards), Carroll (9
yards) and Anderson (8 yards)
took the ball to the Wildwood
14, but a fumble, which the
Indians recovered, and a sack
pushed Keystone back to the 23.
On fourth-and-20, Valenzucla
completed a 13-yard strike to
Teague, but Wildwood took over
on downs from its own 10.
The Indian defense then
pushed the Wildcats back 2
yards, forcing the home team to
punt from its own 8.
A 16-yard punt gave Keystone
the ball on the Wildwood 24.
Runs by Gilio, Carroll, Noble
and Lane Blanton took the ball
to the 8. From there, Knight ran
in for the touchdown. Schofield
added the extra point for a 19-0
final.
Valenzuela ended the game
with nine rushes for 11 yards.
He also completed 6-of-8 passes


Sam Anderson drops a Wildwood player for a loss.
Photo by Tonya Gibbs.


for 82 yards, two touchdowns
and no interceptions.
Gibbs led the team in
reception yardage with 57 yards
off of two catches. Brown had
one catch for 7 yards, which was
a touchdown. Teague caught
two passes for 18 yards and one
touchdown.
Noble led the Indians in
rushing with 89 yards on 13
carries. Carroll ran for 43 yards
on 12 carries, and Anderson had
21 yards on 12 carries. Gilio ran
for 14 yards on four carries.
After the game, head coach


,Chuck Dickinson said his
defense improved over last
week's game in which the
Indians gave up 14 points to
West Nassau in 20 minutes.
"We didn't blow the
assignments this week that we
did last week, and we played
with more intensity," he said.
"Offensively, we've just got
to finish drives," he added. "We
had two or three drives down in
their red zone and didn't get any
points out of them. We moved
the ball well until we got within
the 10, and then we would have


a missed blocking assignment or
we would fumble it."
On Friday, Sept. 13, Keystone
travels to Lake Butler to take
on Union County at 7:30 p.m.
Union, the top-ranked team in
Class 1A, is coming Qff of a
come-from-behind 13-.-I.0 win
over West Nassau in which the
Tigers scored all of their points
in the fourth quarter.
Union (2-0) opened the season
with a 34-0 win over Potter's
House Christian Academy-a
game that was called at the half
due to inclement weather.
Last year, the Indians held
a 7-0 fourth-quarter lead over
Union, but lost 8-7 when the
Tigers scored a touchdown and
added a successful two-point
conversion in the game's final
8:49. Keystone's defense held
Union to 77 yards before the
Tigers' game-winning drive,
which covered 86 yards.
The Indians were held to 92
yards, but a fumble inside the
Union 20-yard line set them
up for their lone score-a
3-yard touchdown run by Alex
Gonzales.


Tornadoes can't slow down rival Baker County in 43-6 loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Baker County quarterback
Jacob Scott and wide receiver
Michael Boone hooked up for
a 68-yard touchdown on the
second play from scrimmage,
and the Wildcats never looked
back in handing the Bradford
High School football team a 43-6
loss on Sept. 6 in Macclenny.
Scott, who would later throw
another 68-yard touchdown pass
to Boone, threw four touchdowns
in all as the Wildcats rolled up
approximately 370 yards. Four
of Baker's touchdowns covered
21 yards or more.
The Wildcats (1-1) were
seemingly in the Bradford
backfield all night, sacking
quarterback Jacob Luke eight
times and recording a total of
15 tackles behind the line of
scrimmage for a total loss of
approximately 80 yards.
Bradford head coach Steve
Reynolds said his players need to
do a better job of executing their
assignments and avoiding the
mistakes that lead to disastrous
results.
"We've got to do a better job
as coaches of getting our kids
ready and understanding how
big a mistake can be," Reynolds
aid.
The -Tornadoes (0-1) were
playing their first game after their
Aug. 30. season opener against
Suwannee was canceled due to
the weather. Reynolds admitted
it 'wvould've benefited Bradford
to have played that game, while
adding the team would've also
benefited from having several
players 100-percent healthy.
"We've got to get some guys
back and healthy," he said.
"That's going to help out a little
bit."
Baker received the opening
kickoff, and after a couple of
penalties-one on each team-
lost 2 yards on a bobbled shotgun
snap. That was one Qf the few
mistakes the Wildcats made as
the next play saw Boone taking
a pass from Scott and turfring it
into a 68-yard touchdown one
minute into the game. Scott
added the PAT to make the score
7-0.
Luke, who was 9-of-14 for
173 yards, completed a 15-yard
pass to Kenny Dinkins to gain a
firstdown on the Tornadoes' first
series of the game, but tackles


yard run by Dalton Dyal and
a facemask penalty after the
play gave Baker a first down
at the Bradford 24-yard line.
Defensive back Keaaris Ardley
did make a tackle for a 2-yard
loss, but Dyal broke free for a
26-yard touchdown run at the
first quarter's 6:29 mark. Scott's
PAT put the Wildcats up 14-0.
Baker's next series took a
little longer, but the result was
the same. Dyal, who finished
with 80 yards on 13 carries, had
two runs for first downs on the
I 0-play, 65-yard drive, which he
capped with a 2-yard touchdown


Bradford's Tra'von Thomas makes a play on special
teams, tackling punt returned Michael Boone.


for losses by Baker's Shaquan
Griffin and Cece Jefferson
eventually forced BradfQrd to


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Three plays later, the Wildcats
increased their lead. A 12-


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second quarter. With Scott's
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An unsportsmanlike conduct
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Bradford start the ensuing series
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Hunting with,
dogs, outdoors
outlook, Lake
Butler tourney


results
Some people fish just to be
on the water, while some people
hunt or fish just to take their
kids.
Then there are some people
who will go hunting just to watch
dogs hunt. It is understandable
when you realize how attached
people can get to their dogs,
but. it is also understandable
from a performance perspective.
Retrievers are a great asset to
duck hunting or dove hunting. A
quail hunter, who is a rare
breed today, would be greatly
restricted without'V a pointer
or other bird dog. Hounds are
a great asset to deer hunting,
but are limited today by the
constricting boundaries and
limited acreage of hunting land.
Hog hunting would be almost
impossible without\dogs, unless
you only used traps.\
Dog hunting is also
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outlasted her physical abilities
and she would go down without
the ability to continue running or
walking. Bradley would many
ti~es walk long distances into
the woods, pick her up and carry
her back to the truck.
Human athletes will no
demonstrate that kind of effor
even when performing on
national television.
Many people continue to
keep a good number of hunting
dogs. Robert Lee maintains
good number of Walker hounds
for deer hunting. Walkers are fas
and can push a deer over a lot o
land. Ernest Grider supports
large pack of hounds-Florida
curs-and one American bulldog
for hog hunting. Justin Denunzi
maintains Catahoula leopard
and' Blackmouth curs for hog
hunting. Wesley Moody and hi
children continue to run hounds
Many of today's hog hunter
prefer alternate breeds-


especially the curs-to pit bull
terriers. The pit bull gameness
i often misdirected to fighting,
which leads to management
difficulties and injuries from
the hog fights. Curs are less
inclined to hold the hogs, but
will nonetheless bay them.
Curs are most often bred
from an old line of cattle dogs
that were in demand during the
Florida rancher's heyday when
free-range grazing was common.
The United Kennel Club and
other minor kennel clubs-as
opposed to the more popular
American Kennel Club-
registers most of these dogs.
Many dogs serve double duty
as hunters and pets. Labs are a
Good example. Jimmy Prevatt
has owned several Labs and
readily' proclaims their assets
as pets. While he does not duck
hunt, he has spent much time
training and exercising his dogs.
When it comes to retrieving,
Labs are as game as any hound
is for trailing. k
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Russell terriers that are popular
as pets, but they will trail, go
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Bobby Fretwell
and Zack
Smith with the
winning catch
at the Sept. 6
Lake Butler
Open Bass
Tournament


Jonathan Nash
and Richard
Kingsbury with
the big bass
and second-
place catch at
the Lake Butler
tournament


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to this coming hunting season's ;'
adventure, take your dog hunting. 1

Outdoors outlook
The University of, Florida
IFAS indicates that the following
are due in September:
Hawk migration begins at-
St. Joseph Peninsula in Gulf
County;
Bald eagles return to next
sites and begin courtship; ,,
Deer breeding begins in,
south Florida flatwoods;
Gray bats migrate to
Alabama caves for winter
hibernation;
Atlantic sturgeon begin fall.-
migration from the Suwannee to
the Gulf of Mexico.
'Pan fish are small, but bass aret
available. It is also too early for
crappie unless you know Wvhere,,,
they, congregate around debp-.
water cover. ,..
Bull reds are being caught in"'
the St. Johns, but remember that'
27-plus inches must be released.-'
Mullet are now with roe.
Small to medium shrimp ar,:
now in the St. Johns, and the.
catfish and croaker bite is good,;
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Lake Butler tournament
results
The Lake Butler Open Bass'.
Club held its Sept. 6 tournament
at Sampson Lake. Zack Smith:
and Bobby Fretwell took first'
place, while Jonathan Nash and,
Richard Kingsbury took seconds
and the big bass award. ;
Tight lines until next week.-

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Sept. 14, archery season-.
opens;
Sept. 19, full moon; .
Oct. 12, squirrel by gun;
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IUCHS
'Continued from 75

,.Cox handed the ball off to Lillie,
;who ian it all the w4y into the
Send zone to push Union County
>overithe top.with 1:57 togo.
A failed extra point wouldn't
smatter as-the Tigers showed their
grit on a hard-fought battle on
$the gridiron.
f The Warriors. desperately
tried to win back the game, but
i the Tigers shut them down and
finally intercepted the ball at the
Tigers' 45 with 39 seconds to go.
SThey took a knee to run out the
i clock to win the game in front of
a stunned West Nassau crowd.
I Dukes' sister' Morgan was so
[excited she came up after the
game and gave her brother a
-big hug to congratulate him on
%his performance and a stunning
Rwin by the whole team. It's the
:kind of thing coaches, players,
-students, alumni, supporters and
fans live for every Friday night
come fall.
SBefore the team kneeled to
pray after his usual after-game
I talk, Pruitt said, "Luck is when
preparation meets opportunity:'
I Looks like they were ready to
Nhit the mother lode.
R Union will host Class 4A
,Keystone Heights on Friday,
4Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. The Indians
'(l-O) are coming off of a 19-0
:win over Wildwood.


Keystone played West Nassau
in. its season opener, but that
game was called, because of the
weather, in the second quarter
with Yest Nassau leading 14-0.
Last year, the Tigers trailed
Keystone 7-0 before Geordyn
Green, a current senior, scored
,. 'on a 49-yard run with 8:49 to
play. Prince Alexander's run on
the two-point conversion gave
the Tigers an 8-7 win.
Union was held to 77 yards
before its game-winning drive,
which covered 86 yards.
The Tigers were stout
defensively, allowing Keystone
to gain only 92 yards. A Union
fumble inside its own 20, as
well as a personal foul penalty
on a field-goal attempt, set the
Indians up for Alex Gonzales'
3-yard touchdown run in the
thifd quarter.

Hall of Fame festivities
rescheduled
The Union County Hall of
Fame nigh, which was scheduled
to take place during this Friday
night's game against Keystone,
has been rescheduled for the
Tigers' Oct. 18 game against
Newberry.
-Murray Ford Night activities
will continue to take place as'
scheduled during the Oct. 18
game during halftime.


it was a quick three-and-out,
H with running back Jarvis DeSue
SContinued from8B, being tackled behind the line of
1- --- "-scrimmage twice and Luke being
pass in stride along the sideline sacked.
'for a 68-yard touchdown. The Boone would cap the scoring
--PAT put Baker up 28-6. with a 36-yard touchdown
Runs by Dyal, as well as reception at the 5:20 mark of the
a personal foul penalty on third quarter. Scott's PAT was no
Bradford, had the Wildcats good.
threatening again with a first- Bradford did threaten to score
and-goal at the 7. Bias, though, whenArdley's 24-yard reception
made a tackle for no gain, while gave the Tornadoes a first down
Jameaze McNeal, dropped Dyal at the Baker 17. The Wildcats.
for a loss of 3 yards. Baker would end the drive with their
settled for a 23-yard field goal third interception.
by Scott, which put the Wildcats DeSue finished the game with
up 31-6 with 56 seconds left in seven carries for 54 yards, while
the first half. Dinkins caught three passes for
Things didn't get any better for 47 yards.
Bradford to start the second half The Tornadoes will host fellow
asthe first play from scrimmage Class 4A school Fort White on
rbs'ulted7-_in BakervsA-nitioH-i'Y "'Fnday, Sept.. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
James intercepting a pass that The Indians (1-0) are coming off
deflected off of the intended of a 38-16 win over Newberry
receiver. Getting the ball at the in which'senior running back
Bradford 25, the Wildcats took Tavaris Williams rushed for 226,
six plays to find the end zone yards and two touchdowns on 23
Again. Scott threw a 9-yard carries. The defense allowed 149
,touchdown pass to Brandon rushing, yards and 21 passing
Miller' with 6:37 remaining in yards, intercepting Newberry
the third quarter. Bradford's three times.
Shawn Aaron blocked the PAT, The Indians went 6-4 during
Making the score 37-6. the regular season in 2012 and
The Tornadoes hung onto lost a first-round playoff game to
the ball on their next series, but 'First Academy.


HUBBLE
Continued from 1B
Bob Oehl, Greg Ashley, Adam
Ashley, Travis Ashley and Wes
Hoy, was responsible for sorting
out and providing solutions to
the complex logistics involved
in the disassembly and transport
of the Hubble mockup. The same
team is also presently working
out the logistics involved in the
pending transport of a 154-foot-
long space shuttle external tank,
which will be moved from
Green Cove Springs to Keystone
Heights Airport this fall.
The purpose of the Hubble
Space Telescope mockup, a
precise, full-scale model, was


to train and prepare NASA
astronauts for the Hubble Space
Telescope servicing missions.
The mockup was use. in the -
Johnson Space Center' Neutral
'buoyancy Lab, a 6.2 million-
gallon water tank at the Sonny
Carter Traitning Facility, which
provided an environment closely
replicating the weightlessness
of space. The crew, wearing
pressurized spacesuits, practiced
how to position their bodies,
maneuver and perform ."on-
orbit" tasks under the watchful
eye of safety divers. /
NASA 'astronauts performed
four servicing missions, with
the first visit (STS-61) to the
bubble telescope in December
1993 and the fourth and final


mission (STS-125) in May
The space shuttle fleet reti
2010: ,
Wings of Dreams, a 501
*charitable orgapization,has
than 60 historic space ar
that will be used to hig
the history of America's
program and inspire yoi
pursue educational progr
science, technology, engin
and mathematics (S$
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to help preserve and r
these artifacts and -cot
the construction of a f
to display them and pro'
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2001 CHRYSLER VOY-
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looks new. 7 passenger.
20-24 mpg. White with
gray & black trim. $2,600.
904-964-6350.
47
Commercial


Property ( Rent,
.Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.


ATTN STATE PROPERTY
MANAGER, we have a
two-story building, 9 olic-
es, dual A/C system, etc.
Will modify for long term'
contract. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305. i
FOR RENT: Suite of offices.
Reception area, 3 offices,
break room, 2 bathrooms.
$550/mo. For more Infor-
matior call Mary Johnson'
at 904-964-6305.


FOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE. 1.500
sq.tl.- $1,000/mo up to
3.000 sq ft contiguous
$2,000/mo Warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty.
904.964-9222.
49,-
Mobile Homes
For Sale'
COUNTRY, but city is close.
1.85 acres cleared onf
paved road. Easy corn-


mute toworkw/3BR/2BA.
$475/mo. Call Brady 386-
418-0435.
MINI RANCH, on 5
acres. Country living-w/
, 4BR/2BA. 2 living areas,
short drive to store. $575/
mo. Call Mike 386-418-
0438. '
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remodeled on 1 acre.
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10B


2009. nationwide, recently select.'
hired in from'a pool of more than 4D00
S candidates, to receive 'a- NASA
(c)(3) mini-grant for an after-school
s more STEM pOrogram. The program
tifacts sessions will be taught 'by.
ghlight Wings of Dreams volunteer Dr.
space Francisco Reyes, 'University
uth to of Florida Department of
ims in 'Astronomy associate scientist
peering and director of the UFteaching
TEM). observatories, with the support
seeking of the University of Florida
stance Department of Astronomy-.
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aon fenced lot
'$51o0/m. Cal Brady38-
A-418-0435.
dfOOD, LITTLE. OR NO
SCREDITm We finance 575
,.dt score wtlo%down.
,Zaro for land owners, or
ownerflneance. 13thstreet
'Homs, 3886-418-0424.
PUSH. PULL, OR DRAG
.,lt Have atle. wel deaL.
"'Huge demand for used
'omes-Top dollar. 13th
Stret Homes. 386.418-
.,0424.
FISHERMAN'S DREAM. I
3R 2BA. on 1.25 awes.
dose to river. Complete
wlappc. heating & air.
$495WAo. Cal Mke 380- I
c,418-0424.
EX-LARGE DW. ON 2/3
acre. Fireplace, new
Metal roof-AC-rugs. To-
I tally refurbished. Owner
financing. 352-74540094
ATENTIONIlWe buy used
,moblehomeI Singles or I
Sdoublewides. Call Rusty
at North Pointe Homes,
0 352-872.56M.
IJEW.201328x52- 3/2 I
Jacobsei. only 1 left.
$45.900. hinc delhet-AsC-
sldrting. and steps. No
'gmnkkst North Points.
Homes, Galnees; 352-
j872-556. Free aedl by
phoneut 9pm
NORTH POINT HOMES
tin Galnesville has the
Largest selecdon of New
Jacobsen Homes In Fr- At-
:da. AN at Faclty Oulet
Priosel We also have 10
idptymodels being sold
at cosL North Point Hwy.
'441 N. Gaiesvlle 352-
872,56M
13 x 80- 3BRR BA. Only
: $250mo. 904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TMITLED-
3BR12 BA. Wll move &
i stforfreordy$375kno.
1904-783-4619.
I2x80 PALM HARBOR
S4BR2BA. $2.000 down,
$445io. 904-783-4619.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
iM cdean. cose to pi-
San.rL Cd 352-468-132.
NICE MOBILE HOMES
Si Lae Buller & St91ce.
18x80 2BR/2BA. DW
3BR2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
v gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
,'678.435.4M8 I
MOBILE HOMES FOR.
RENT starting at $525
i per monlh. Hidden Oas
j:Lake Butler. Call 386-
498-4111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
Sfor ret at the Magnola
Hotel. Both refrigerator
Sand microwave. Spedal
S rates, by Ihe month. Cdl
904-964-4303 for more
I formation.
~50
SForRent
I;AKE BUTLER APART-
SMENTS, Accepting ap-
Spillxons for HC and nan-
HC. 1A3,&4BFLR.Equal
houn opporaty. 1005
1 SW mh t. Lake Buem.
S32054. TDDITTY 711.
1 Cal 386496-3141.
KEYSTONE HTS. 12 BR re-
modeled mob. Cenrl
I"hAal&ar.bg eSeor
Sdiscot posuFq $490.
9 352-473-5745.
Upstairs apertmert by
'-allroad. Starke. $450
jo. plus deposit. Call
._04-364-9022 or 904-
y 964-6305.
SIARKEaros from Coun-
r taClub. Available Oct
;.-1st. S3 IBA. house,.
,omple. renovated. New
Fcet, vInyl. ap-
5*plencesog1MS ace,hin-
ludes lawn care. Service
animals only, no smok-
i. rng. eeences. $700'mo.
$700 depoelL medMate
-ocm4cy. kieal for smad
----mlof couple.Cd 904-
:262-3735 please leave
Anese I no answer.
FOR RENT. HOUSE: 3BR/2
..A, LR, DR- Kitchen, utl-
-;Ay 1 carport, CHA.
W-4irdng distance to down
.town. $7h. First and
l'ast month rent. Service
-animals only. 904-964-
6718. '
2BRI 1 BA. CH/A. VERY
",,cdean. Quiet area. Wa-
e ,,sr & lawn maintenance
,rovidend. $495tAno. Plus
Sdeposi 90 64-64135.
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TAGE. Smith Lake Area.
$425/mo. 1 month de-
poet. For appointment to
e call 904-794677.
3BR/1.5 BA Block House on
290 E. CH/A. MIN binds
and carpet throughout
Very dean rent Includesm,
refigertor, stove, dish-
washer, washer, dryer,
micro-wave, 3 calling
fans gage, fIn&edya
storage shed. No pets.
Rent $850.00per moCnt
1s lst. $300 securyde-
post. Cld 3864534944.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke. free uiMes and
Direct TV. Call Wayne.
352-258-3039.
LAKEALTO ESTATES MO-
BILE HOMES, 2BR/1IBA.
$5251mo. 3BRI2BA.
$6S50h/mo. Newly updat-
ed, washerldryer hook-
ups. storage sheds. nice
porhes. Service animals
only. 317-748-7912.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condton. For morn
Ionnationcfl. 904-290-
0083 OR 904964-S50.
KEYSTONE Rentals,
2BR/1BA CH/A house.
$00mano. 2BR/1Ba mo-
bile homes. $475-$550
me. AllN on small spring
fd akendy bea
Cat for more Innation.
* 352-22654
52
AnImalns & Pets
AKC REGISTERED BEA-
GLE pupples for sale.,
$300. 10 weeks old.
shots upto dat. Looking
for loving homes. Call
904-364-7121 or 904-
263-3410.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE, Fri. SaL 8am.-
3 pm. S.R. 100 & S.E.
6th StL Look for signs.
Furniture, Handl-House
shed & much more.
COME ON OVER to 14272
Cole St. In Wsido (across
from library), on Sat.
8-3. Kenmore Convec-
tion Oven. Old Table &
chair set, pine single
bed. spie pimanp. cloth-
Ing, nmps, books & lots
of Misc. Were ready to
make adeaL
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. Sat. 7am.-? 1598
NE R 16. ( rnis east
on SR. 16). Household
mis. ghrsdoig sizes
-64 boys dohng toys,
ook, DVDs, lots more.
YARD SALE. 1352 S.


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Water Street, Starke
8 am till 3 pm. Sat-
urday & Sunday
I have women's and
man's clothes glassware.
furniture, kids shoes/toys,
antiques, golf balls and
much morn.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
YARD SALE RAIN OR
SHINE- 2 family. 8 a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 14 at
6984 Eo Road keystone
(off Gasline). .French
doors; baby equipment
toys and gl clothes hnant
2T in great condition;
house wares, new bed-
ding, framed pictures,
collectible. etc.
FIR. SAT 8AM.-PM. 7225
Pleasant Point Rd. Key-
stone. Tools, lumber,
household. Jet sid, frni-
ture, antiques, appliano-
as. boating accessories,
electronrics.
HUGE Community YARD
SALE for Benefits for
local children being held
Salurda. September 14
2013 at Moring Funeral
Home inMesa starting
at8,00amtE= 2.'m and
may go longer Thore
wll be a Licensed Stylst
giving hair cuts for $&00
each. Hot Dogs, drLnk.
and etc. foId items will
be sold also. There will
be toys and clothes for
allagesfor boys ghs. ba-
bies aid adults and other
bItms such as household
itmns., washing nma d.
tools, furniture and etc.
ALSO ALL DONATIONS
WOULD BE GREAT-
LY APPRECIATED.
PLEASE COME CHECK
USOUTI f you would ike
to make a donation but
Scant come to the yard
sale. pa call Moring
Funeral Home (352475-
2201) for Instructions.
This Is the second one
we have held and the first
one was a great success
duestothe ommnuniy car-
ing for these local young
chldre in need.

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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


BHS, KHHS
place 2nd,
3rd in boys'
golf match

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Cameron Chadwick and
Hayden Balkcom had scores of
41 and 43, respectively, to help
the Bradford High School boys'
golf team place second in a
three-team match also including
Keystone Heights and Palatka on
Sept. 3 in Starke.
The Tornadoes, who were
participating in their first match
of the season, finished with
a team score of 181, while
Keystone had a third-place score
of 193. Palatka won the match
with a score of 174.
Also participating for Bradford
were Zach DeWitt and Timothy
Craig Jr., who had scores of 46
and 51, respectively, as well
as Preston Sheppard and CJ.
Adkins, who had scores of 57
and 60, respectively.
Grant Bostick and CoryTaylor
led the Indians with scores of
45 and 46, respectively. Nolan
Julius shot a 49 for Keystone,
while Shaw Fuller and Brandon
Taylor each shot 53. Brandon
Ludwig had a score of 68.
SThe Tornadoes played Clay
and Orange Park on Sept. 9 in
Orange Park, losing to both
schools with a score of 213. Clay
won the match with a score of
170, while Orange Park finished
with a 186 score.
Chadwick led Bradford with
a score of 46, while DeWitt
and Balckom shot 52 and 53,
respectively. Adkins had a score
of 62, followed by Sheppard (67)
and Chris Padilla (70).
Bradford (1-3) will travel to
play Palatka on Thursday, Sept.
19, at 3 pmn.
; See related story for more on
Keystone.

Indians fall
to Buchholz
in golf

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Buchholz kept the
Keystone Heights High School
boys' golf team looking for its
second win as the Bobcats posted
a score of 150 to the Indians'210
on Sept. 5.
Tyler Mundorff led the Indi-
ans (1-5 prior to Sept. 10) with a
score of 51. Brandon Taylor and
Nolan Julius had scores of 52
and 53, respectively, while Shaw
Fuller and Cory Taylor each shot
a 54. Brandon Ludwig shot a 62.
SKeystone opened the season
by placing second in a three-team
match on Aug. 27 in Gainesville.
The Indians had a score of 187
to finish ahead of Santa Fe (191),
while Buchholz won the match
with a score of 151.
SGrant Bostick shot a 41 to lead
the team, while Mundorff and Ju-
lius shot 46 and 47, respectively.
SFuller had a score of 53, while
Jennings Wilkes and Pierson
Lewis had scores of 58 and 60,
respectively.
On Aug. 29, the Indians trav-
,eled to Gainesville to play
Gainesville. The Hurricanes won
the match with a 171 score, while
Keystone finished at 219. Bos-
tick led the Indians with a score
of 49, followed by Julius (56),
Wilkes (56), Fuller (58), Lewis
(61) and Mundorff (61).
The Indians played a match
this past Tuesday in Palatka and
will host P.K. Yonge and Rid-
geview on Thursday, Sept. 12,
at 3:30 p-m. Keystone will host
Clay and Palatka on Monday,
Sept. 16, at 3:30 pan. and travel
to play Ridgeview on Tuesday,
Sept. 17, at 3:30 pmn.

BHS falls to
1-3 in district
in volleyball


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting P.K. Yonge defeated
the Bradford High School
volleyball team 3-0 (254,25-9,
25-9) in a District 54A match on
Sept. 9.
The Tornadoes (2-3, 1-3 in
District 5) got two kills each
from Jaci Atkinson and Tiana
Sheffield, while Jordan Davis
had a block.
Bradford opened the season
with a pair of 3-0 losses to district


opponents Keystone Heights on
Aug. 27 and Santa Fe on Aug.
29. The team then defeated
district opponent Interlachen
3-1 on Sept. 3 before defeating
Chiefland 3-2 on Sept. 5.
Sheffield is leading the team in
blocks this season, while Lainie
Rodgers is the leader in kills.
The Tornadoes will host West
Nassau on Thursday, Sept. 12, at
6 pmn. before traveling to Lake
Butler to play Union County on
Monday, Sept. 16, at 6:30 pmn.
The junior varsity team will play
at 5 pn. prior to each match.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17,
Bradford travels to Citra to play
North Marion at 6:30 pmn. The
junior varsity team will play at
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KHHS moves
to 2-1 in
volleyball

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keerston Skinner had 11
kills, while Hanna Crane had 14
assists to help lead the Keystone
Heights High School volleyball
team to a 3-0 (25-19,25-12,25-
12) win over Palatka on Sept. 5
in Palatka.
Keystone (2-1 prior to Sept.
10) also got seven service
aces from Crane, while Miriah
Maxwell tallied six kills. Caiylen
Gonzales had six digs, while
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The Indians played District
5-4A opponent Santa Fe this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Interlachen on
Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 6 pmn.


UCHS loses
1st district
match
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Williston swept the
Union County High School
volleyball team 3-0 (25-17, 25-
16, 25-21) in the first District
7-1A match for the Tigers on
Sept. 5 in Lake Butler.


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The Tigers (2-3 overall prior
to Sept. 10) got six kills, six
service points and four digs
from Kayla Andrews, while
Kaylan Tucker had six service
points, three aces and one block.
Taylor Joyner added a block as
well, while Lilly Combs had five
service points. Kayla Nettles had
five kills and four assists.
It was the second time this
season Union attempted to put
two wins together after coming
off of a 3-0 (25-14, 26-24, 25-
16) win over Hamilton County
on Sept. 3 in Jasper. Nettles had
15 service points, seven aces and
10 assists in the win over the
Trojans, while Andrews had 16
points, nine aces, seven digs and
four kills.


Tristyn Southerland added
six kills, six digs and one block,
while Tucker had 11 points
and three aces. Lilly Combs
had seven assists, while Joyder
added a block.
The Tigers played distrt
opponent Chiefland this
past Tuesday and will hWt
district opponent Newbenrry i
Thursday, Sept. 12, at 6:30 pw.
On Monday, Sept. 16, Union
hosts Bradford at 6:30 prm.
before traveling to Cross City
to play district opponent Dixie
County on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at
6:30 pmn.
The junior varsity team will
play prior to each match at 5
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