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Tornado fans
asked to,
'red out' the

stadium Friday
Bradford High School football
fans are asked to wear red in
recognition of "Drug Awareness
Month" during the Tornadoes'
game against Wakulla this Friday,
Oct. 1I, at 7:30 p.m.




October ,is
Breast Cancer
Awareness
Month
October is Breast Cancer
Awareness Month. Be sure to
make an appointment with your
health care pro% ider for a women's
health checkup and screening.
ACORN Medical Clinic provides
FREE mammograms for low-
income, uninsured "omen hodo
not qualify foranN other program.
-Contact 352-485-1133 for more
information.




Join the
Veterans
Day parade
SVeterans Day parade and vendor
forms are available at Starke City
Hall for the third annual Veterans
Day Celebration, USO Dance.
Parade and Fireworks Finale at
the town square, M6Widfi, Ndv:
1 I., or by contacting the Bradford
County Historic Preservation
Society at 904-964-6603 or
tbchps@centurylink.net.
This is a free community
event, and everyone is invited to
participate. There will be cash
prizes for the best decorated
entries. Walkers, bicyclists, cars,
motorcycles, horseback riders
and floats from all clubs and
-organizations are encouraged to
participate.




Play poker
for FFA
Help the Bradford FFA Alumni
Association send FFA members
Sto the national convention and
play poker with your friends at
the same time. There will be a
Texas Hold'em tournament at the
Starke Golf and Country Club on
Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Registration begins at 6:30 p.m.
and play begins it 7 p.m. The
buy-in is $50, with additional"pot
increase opportunities. available
during the first hour. First- and
second-place receive a guaranteed
pay out. The more who play, the
more places that pay!




New Guardian
ad Litem class
starting
*Advocate and mentor an abused
and neglected child. No special
'background needed. Legal and
staff support provided. The next
class starts Nov. 4. Call 904-966-
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Caught in the act: Cousins arrested on pot charges


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office has arrested two more family
members on drug charges, but this
time they weren't in business together.
According to Capt. Brad Smith, the
cousins were nabbed after investigators
caught one steeling marijuana from the
other.
BCSO Detective Sgt. Bennett
*approached Adam Douglas Nettles, 39,
at his home on Oct. 1, saying Nettles
had been named as someone who might
have knowledge about a marijuana
grow they were investigating. He
admitted to Bennett he had come
across some marijuana plants while
putting out corn with a friend of his.
Bennett then asked the suspect if he
ever hunted with a crossbow, and Adam
Nettles admitted that he did. He was
then informed that the sheriff's office
had a picture of him in the woods with
a crossbow cutting down marijuana
plants from the grow and placing them
in a black plastic bag.
Adam Nettles admitted to cutting
the plants doun and told officers he
would take them to where he stored
them. Initiall) he said that %as in the
woods, but he then admitted to.keeping
the plants in shed on his properly. :
Inside the shed, the officers found
several marijuana plants hanging
upside down to dry and other pieces
lying around. In the corner was tne
black garbage bag used to transport the
plants..


Caught in the act: Evidence against Adam Douglas Nettles included photographs like this.


Detective. Crews arrested Adam to' planting the plants in April,


Nettles and he was taken into custody,
charged with marijuana production
and possession as well as possession of
drug paraphernalia.
The next day, officers approached
Michael Edward Nettles, 54, at his
home. He was questioned and admitted


beginning with approximately 50
plants in trays. The operation may have
contained as many as 70 plants in the
end, he said, also informing officers
how he cared for the plants and how
much pot he expected the operation to
yield.1


The annual See You at the Pole event at Hope Christian Academy took place Sept. 25. The HCA
Praise Team sang, Aaron Morgan delivered a brlef'message, and students representing various'
grades at HCA prayed during the event. Hope Christian Academy has an enrollment of more than
330 students, infants through 12th-graders. Submitted by Virginia Denmark.




New River HC has insurance counselor


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD /
Telegraph Editor
New River Community Health
Care Center, located in the health
departments of Bradford and Union
counties, has its own counselor for
individuals shopping the Health
Insurance Marketplace established by
the Affordable Care Act.
Staci Griffis says she can meet with
individuals face to face and assist
them in their use of the marketplace.
"As health reform implementation
continues, consumers will need
to understand new programs, take
advantage of consumer protections
and navigate the health insurance
system to find the most affordable
coverage that meets their needs.


They may need assistance. I am the
assistance," Griffis said.
The assistance includes:
Receiving education about
affordable coverage options.
Setting up a profile in the portal.
Filing affordability assistance
information.
Receiving an eligibility
determination.
.* Enrolling in affordable health
insurance.,
SAs. a Certified Application
Counseling Organization, New River
Community Health Care Center will
play a vital role in helping people
obtain health care ,coverage. In
utilizing the center's services, they
can. be confident their interests are


being served. ,
"We have screened staff to ensure
that consumer's identity has been
verified, and they are trained to
protect privacy and security of any
personally identifiable .information
that will be disclosed to them,":' Griffis
said. Counselors have undergone
specialized training and passed
multiple exams.
. "To be sure that New River is
providing this information in the
best interests of each consumer, we
must inform consumers about, the
full range of qualified health plan
options and insurance affordability
programs for, which they are
eligible:' Griffis said. "By 'insurance
See HEALTH,.4A


Crews also arrested Michael
Edward Nettles, and he was charged
with marijuana production. The
judge released him Oct. 3 on his. own
recognizance.
Adam Douglas Nettles was released
on Oct. 2 on a $46,000 bond.


No agreement

on interlocal

'requests
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD.
Telegraph Editor
Starke won't concede to any of
the county commission's financial
requests as a part of a new interlocal
agreement between the two boards.
Bradford Count) : had already
ruled out a requested reduction in thel
surcharge the 'city of Starke pays on
garbagedisposal, but at the same time,
the county wanted more than $67,000
to help cover the costs of providing
zoning, animal control and medical
director services to the city.
Starke commissioners' held a
workshop on Oct. 1 tofurther consider
the ,county's 'request, but quickly
decided to either reject each request or
try to negotiate a better deal. '
The first request considered was,
the $31,345 for zoning. Commissioner
Carolyn Spooner said the city %%as not
prepared to open its own Zoning office,
but she was alone in that sentiment.
Commissioner Tommy Chastain said
it would be simple with the help of
the North Florida Regional Planning
Council, to which the city already
pays dues for technical assistance. If
there is a question, all the city has to
do'is pick up the phone, he said.
As for building services, he said
there are building, inspectors the city
could contract with to work with
builders.
The county's request did not include
the city taking over building as well
as zoning. Mayor Travis Woods said
that is because building "is where the
*money isat." .
Ricky Thompson as the new city
clerk said the city has people'who are
capable of handling the work with the
exception of the inspections.
"With the planning council's help,
I don't see any problem:' Thompson
said.
Spooner said inconsistencies and
conflicts were created in the past
when the city performed its own
zoning work, whichA is one reason
the county was allowed to take over.
She also didn't. think the North-
Florida Regional Planning Council's'
consultant work covered the scope of

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2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013


Dramatic cost

Scut making new

shelter possible


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Sheriff Gordon Smith thinks
the county may have found a
way to invest in a new animal
control shelter without breaking
'the bank.
As sheriff, Smith has the
responsibility for animal control,
which is overseen by his staff
and supported by inmate labor.
For years, the shelter site
provided by the city of Starke
has been recognized as woefully
inadequate to properly shelter
the stray and abandoned animals
housed there, many of which are
available for adoption or rescue
for a short time before being
destroyed.
Smith and his staff have been
looking at solutions, including
having an architect draw up
some plans based on a shelter
in a neighboring.county. The
sheriff had to report to the county
commission recently that while
he and his staff weren't going
to stop working on the issue,
the estimate to build the type of
facility they were looking at was
around $650,000.
,Siiith said last week, however,




AGREE
Continued from 1A
what the city would 'be asking it
to do.
There was no indication
that anyone had contacted
the .planning council about
expanding its role in city zoning.
The planning council did not
return a request for comment by
press time.
Spooner was outnumbered
on the zoning issue, but all of
the commissioners were on
the same page when it came
" to animal control. Other than
: providing the shelter and helping
Spay for utilities, the city was
not interested in paying nearly
$21,000 a year for animal control.
The city commission
previously asked if not agreeing
to pay a share of animal control's
costs, based on the city's
population really meant the
county would stop responding
to calls in the city. The county
commission said that's exactly
what it would mean, and later,
Sheriff-Gordon Smith, whose
office oversees animal control,
Agreed. Unless some danger to
the public is indicated, Starke
won't receive animal control
services.
The city was more flexible on
the $15,200 request to help pay
for the county medical director,
in part because the commisison
was told it would wind up paying
much more' for things like
employee physical if it lost the
medical director's services.
After further discussion,
however, the city commission


that they have made progress
and realized after all that a
s prefabricated metal building
could work for them. A smaller,
Steel building with a concrete
floor and climate control would
Actually serve their needs very
Swell, he said.
He also believes they have the-
f site sewn up. Smith said they are
looking at locating the shelter
behind the Sampson solid waste
e collection site on Southwest 7511th
Avenue. The county already
Y owns the property and may
Seven buy an acre from Rayonier.
s Occasionally they have to seize
Shores or livestock that have not
been cared for, and they want a
Place to board those animals as
well, Smith said.
S Because the site already has
a well, a septic tank and power,
p the sheriff said the cost for the
. shelter has been cut to around
y $100,000.
S Given the amount of unused
reserve funding that was recently
Made available in the fines and
Forfeitures budget, it looks like
there should be money available
to finally replace a shelter that
even the sheriff has openly said
is deplorable.


Officials take oath, mayor appointed


Starke's new city clerk, Ricky Thompson, was sworn into office Oct. Carolyn Spooner was also sworn Into office :
1 alongside his wife, Chrissy, by Sheriff Gordon Smith. The four-year standing beside her daughter, Kishanna.
term Is his first time in elected office, although he has an extensive Spooner represents District 2, and later that
service history with the city, Including serving as its operations night the commission appointer her to serve
manager, as mayor for 2013-14. This is her third time
serving in that position.


didn't want to pay the county / ,,,' lMB l'
outright what it was asking, \\\\ \\
Instead, the commission wanted : '\vH\\\>
to negotiate, seeing value in the
response its, fire department, .
provides to the county.
Insurance, Medicaid or
Medicare, and even property K
taxes help support the county's
emergency medical- services
department, But when the city
fire department assists on a.
medical call, the city receives no
compensation. Evelyn Chastain held the Bible for her husband, Tommy,
"If they collect on the rescue who was re-elected commissioner for District 4.
run, then why shouldn't we get
some portion of that collection?"
Chastain asked.
Woods said the city was being
taken advantage of, claiming the
fire department was often first
on scei'e trating patient so
they are ready to go. when the .
ambulance rolls up to transport
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Lu1CII1.
"The county gets all the money.
We don't get any,"'he said.
Fire Chief Tom Rowe
suggested the city commission
negotiate with' the county
commission to offset the medical
director's costs. If the city
charged the county $50 for each.,
emergency response from its fire
department, then the' thought
is that should quickly equal -or
surpass what is owed for the
medical director's services.
City commissioners felt that
might be a possibility, so they
will approach the county with
that deal. The county is asking
the city for financial assistance,
so the city can do the same,
Woods said.


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THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH


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Wade gets job at landfill

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD planning agencies and county .
Telegraph Editor .,. commissions i'n several counties. '
4At the special noontime'H as litigated in such agency 'J
:meeting called by the board Proceedings and in state and '"
Q' the New River Solid Waste federal court. n"
Association Oct. 3, Russell Wade H Pne Pdhi actic i Lat
)t~~~~~~ Bh o ttebadsat utler in. 2004, and in addition to
'&t the job at the board's attorney ,. reenaton .
h-ost by default. h,,:is government representation,
bdewau oft e h 'conducts corporate and
Wade was one o three h.
^ Wae wa oneof tree tract work, civil litigation
applicantss to be interviewed for cotat ewark, tCani tsation
;the position, but attorney Paul and real estate tranactions. He
z ... a te ins represented Union 0County
SSanders had already accepted ep no n, on ty
a poitin fom he ityof'since 2008 and recently began
position from the city of-;,,
court.kept a "ry work i ng for the town of Raiford.
'Starke, andcourt.kept He said his goal is to bring
.r Am Taylor of Keystone Heights ohisticated a level of
from making the interview as sophisticated a level of
appointment. service to his rural clients as the
Wade serves as the attorney for clients he served in Miami and
: .. is onJacksonville". .. .EW
:,the Union County Commissi-on', Ja -o"i ,. '
aR'ather than interview Wade,
,:and has served before as interim Rather han nteew Wade
attorney or the landfill board... oard took the chance to put ...
His solo practice in Lake Butler, i im on the spot and quickly
the town where he was born and negotiated a $20 reduction in his
raised, handles private as well as hurly rate. r
government clients. .
S Wade earned a business Counties get money
degree with high honors from the from construction fund
University of Florida,'graduating .' a o
in 1996. He attended law school The board once againtook up
there, too, graduating with high. the issue of additional money for _
honors' in 1999 and joining the member counties. Union County .
Florida Bar in 2000. :. Commissioner Wayne Smith
He began receiving experience had proposed taking $100,000 ." 4
iJn local government while per county Out of. escrow for
r-epresenting developers and Bradford, Baker' and Union
landowners around the state, counties. '
bringing land use issues to local See LANDFILL, 4A


James Wanton gives Nahshon Haywood some advice on the ring toss while Adell
Wanton and other participants look on.


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Bradford County, Florida, Financial Project ID: 208001-1.

The project consist of providing a new four-lane limited access highway to route through
traffic around the-more developed and congested segments of US 301 including the City of
Starke. The recommended Rural Alternative begins on existing US 301 1.5 miles south of
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origin, disability or family status.

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Halloween
party
The Kingsley Lake Property
Owners Association invites
everyone to a Halloween dinner
featuring soup and salad by
Townsend Strickland at the
Kingsley, Lake Civic Center,
6110' Kingsley Lake Drive, on
Saturday, Oct. 26, at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner will be followed by
"Scary Sitcom Night," featuring
The Addams Family and The
Munsters on the association's
big-screen TV. Hotdogs and
goody bags will be provided
for kids, who are encouraged to
wear their Halloween costumes.
There will be a'prize for the best
costume.
Persons who wish to attend
should make reservations
by calling, Dub Murphree at
904-533-2325, .or mailing
kingsleyklpoa@embarqmail.
com.
The Kingsley Lake Property
Owners Association is a
nonprofit organization dedicated
tb .meeting the social needs of
the community and preserving
the beautiful and unique lake
for which it Is named. The
association is also planning
a Christmas party for Friday,'
Dec. 6. All attendees will be
requested to bring donations
of food to benefit the Bradford
Ecumenical Ministries Food
Pantry.


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4A BRADFORD'COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013


Learn all about
wildflowers
The public is invited to the
monthly meeting of the Alligator
Creek Garden Club on Thursday,
Oct. 17. The speaker will be
Dick Bush, who is the vegetation
management specialist for
the Florida Department of
Transportation. He will speak
'about planting and growing
wildflowers.
The meeting is held at the
Bradford County Extension
Office (in frontof thefairgrounds)


at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will First Methodist
he served.


Pleasant Grove
group meeting
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will hold its quarterly
meeting on Monday, Oct. 21, at 7
p.m. in the annex of the Pleasant
Grove United Methodist Church.
The main topic of discussion will
be election of new officers for
2014. All concerned citizens are
invited to attend.


hosting
Pumpkin Patch
Nothing brings out the spirit
in the fall season like a pumpkin
patch! Once again this year, the
First United Methodist Church
of Starke will be hostipg the
Pumpkin' Patch daily from 9
a.m. until 8 p.m. at the church
parsonage located on 1307
Raiford Road (S.R. 16) in Starke
from Oct. 18-31.
Pumpkins of all sizes will be


on sale, and there will be food,
arts, crafts, children's games,
hayrides, entertainment and lots
of festive fun.
Everyone is invited to visit The
Pumpkin Patch and experience
fall fun!

Costume ball,
haunted hike
at Gold Head
Mike Roess Gold Head
Branch State Park will host a
Haunted Moon Light Hike -on


Saturday, Oct. 19, presented by
the Gold Head Associates Inc., a
nonprofit, citizen's support group
for the park. All proceeds will
directly benefit Gold Head State
Park.
This event is well attended
by thrill 'seekers and families
alike. Although the haunted
trail is family friendly, parents
of young or sensitive children
should be advised that this is a
scary event. Pets and strollers
are prohibited. Please wear
appropriate footwear; the hike
will last approximately one mile.
Insect repellant is suggested.


Gold Head is introducing a .
costume ball this year ,with a
DJ dance party lasting'until 11
p.m. A costume contest will take, '
place, and a king and queen will."A
be crowned. .
The cost to attend the evenf'
will be $5 per person per hike,
and $5 to attend the 'costume ball
for the entire evening. .
Refreshments for sale will!
include barbecue, cheesy.nachos,';:
soft drinks and more. ,
For additional informationitq
contact the park at 352-473-4701-
or visit www.floridastateparksv;
org/mikeroess/events.cfm.


HEALTH
Continued from 1A
affordability programs,' we
mean public programs like
Medicaid and CHIP (Children's
Health Insurance Program),
as well as premium assistance
through advance payments of the
premium tax credit and out-of-
pocket cost savings through cost-
sharing reductions.". .
Griffis will travel between the
health departments in Bradford


and Union counties to assist
consumers in both communities.
That does not, however, include
submitting applications on
anyone's behalf or choosing a
health insurance Ilan for them.
She will do everything she can to
help people. get to that point, even
if it means finding additional
assistance for them.
"If I am unable to provide
all the assistance available for
the consumer's situation, I will
refer the consumer to a navigator
or a marketplace-authorized


assistance personnel,"' she
said. "Consumers who want
instruction on which plan to pick,
may contact agents or brokers
who are licensed to sell health
insurance."
Griffis' services are free, and
in addition, consumers without
access to a computer will have
one made available to them.
"There is no fee. I am just
trying to connect the uninsured
with affordable insurance," she
said.
Personal information will be


disclosed during the application
process. Information you will
need at the time of application
includes:
Employer and income
information for every household
member who needs ,coverage
(from pay stubs or W-2 forms).
Social Security numbers
(or document numbers for legal
immigrants).
Policy numbers for any
current health insurance plans
covering members in the
household.


A completed employer
coverage tool for every job-based
plan you or someone in your
household is eligible for.
The public may call 904-967-
7732, ext. 1603, in Bradford
County and 386-496-3211 in
Union County to schedule a


meeting.
In addition,


scheduled to be at the Bradfor'd"'
County Library on Tuesday, Oct.!'
22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and"
the Union County Library on,;:
Wednesday, Oct. 30, frbm 9 a.rni"
to 1 p.m. "
To explore the Health'-
Insurance Marketplace yourself;'


visit www.healthcare.gov.
Griffis is


LANDFILL
Continued from 3A
Information provided to the
board showed how much money
the landfill had in each of its
accounts as of Oct. 1 so members
could see how much impact the
$300,000 would have. Taken
from the set-aside for future
cell construction, the deduction
would lower the percentage of
total funding available for the
project from 70 to 06 percent.
Smith moved to distribute the
$300,000 to the counties, and his
motion was supported, by Union
County Commissioner Morris
Dobbs.;
Bradford County
Commissioner. Eddie Lewis
asked;Executive Director Darrell
O'Neal if there was anyway
to be sure they could make up
that money by the time it was
needed for construction. O'Neal
said there are no guarantees.
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shows, however, that the landfill
has been able to carry out
construction and save money,
with no need to borrow funds.
If the landfill needing the
money is a concern, Smith said
the counties could commit
revenue from the upcoming
landfill gas-to-energy project to
replace the construction funds.
Cell 7 will be constructed in
about five years, which the board
felt \was sufficient time to make
up the money, so the payout to,
the counties was unanimously
approved.

Lingering questions
about energy project
There is still no contract ready
for the landfill gas-to-energy
project. New River engineer Joel
Woolsey said developer Landfill
Energy Systems has deviated
from its original proposal to pay
the landfill a flat fee for the gas
it usesr:toQ. generate electricity,


which it would then sell to power
companies. Now it wants to
offer a percentage of the revenue
earned from the sale of that
power.
That would basically put
the .landfill in business with
LES, Woolsey said. Responses
to requests for additional
information from the company
are slow in coming, however.
"We've asked for some of that
information. We've received it
in bits and pieces, and we still
don't have all of the information
that we feel is necessary to really
evaluate that deal appropriately"
he said.' The revenue is not
guaranteed, O'Neal pointed out,
and they haven't been provided
certain cost information, such
as the. wheeling charges for
transmitting the electricity.
The landfill has countered
with a guaranteed revenue deal
that exposes the landfill to less
risk. It could be that the expenses
for the landfill outweigh the
revenue under the other scenario,


O'Neal said.
The alternative might also be
true, however. Smith said New
River could be tied down to an
annual fee while LES makes
more and more on the sale of the
electricity.
Commissioner Doyle Thomas
suggested a possible compromise
in which the landfill agrees to
LES' percentage for a short
period to see how much that
actually generates. Woolsey
said language approved by the
Washington, D.C.-based attorney
representing the landfill would
allow New River to exit the
contract or financially penalize
LES if revenues fall short of
projections.
Thomas said the longer the
two parties go without a contract,
the more the landfill loses in
potential revenue.


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The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a
measure to amend the use of property tax for the capital outlay
projects previously advertised for the 2008/2009 2013/2014
school years.





New Projects to be Funded:.'
SMaintenance, Renovation, and Repair


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Amended Projects to be Funded ;
Maintenance, Renovation, and Repair
Countywide Reroofing
Countywide Lighting and Paving
Countywide Wireless Connectivity
BES Septic Replacement,,:

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Projects to Deleted:
Construction and Remodeling i
SSE Building Replacement;:
Maintenance, Renovation, and Repair
Countywide Drainage
Countywide Fencing"
Motor Vehicle Purchases '
School Bus Purchase :

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on Monday, October 14, 2013 at 5:30 p.m: in the Bradfordlj
High School Media Center, 581 N.:Temple Avenue, Starke, FL. j
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Across the Garden Fence is a column sponsored
by, the Bradford County Extension Service.
Readers who. wish to pose gardening questions
should forward them to Mary Bridgman at jtd@
ufl.edu.


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they pupate. The pupal
stage lasts only seven to "
nine days. The adults live
just long enough to mate,
feed, disperse and deposit
a batch of eggs, about three


By the time this piece goes to press, we'll to four days. i-"j
probably be rid of the biannual horde of lovebugs Due to their abundance
that invades Bradford County. I've swept up piles and mobility, lovebugs
"pf'the pesky insects, which managed to infiltrate cannot be controlled
my home on Hampton Lake. Our vehicles are effectively with poisons
plastered with them, too. It made me wonder if or repellents. The flies do
there was anything we could do to stem the tide of serve a beneficial purpose, Mary W. Bridgman
Sthe swarms we contend with year after year. helping to decompose
One thing I figured out on my own was that dead plant material. And, we are lucky that they
window screens help keep the critters don't bite or carry any infectious diseases
o&. We removed the screens from the MASTER harmful to humans or livestock.
lakeside windows on our home so that .t GRN Lovebugs are poor fliers that can be
wv could better enjoy the view, thinking "" ,_ kept out of a building by creating positive
it ,wouldn't be a problem since we never Bs r pressure with an air-conditioning fan.
open them. It isn't, except during lovebug .. A fan can be used outside near work or
season. Because lovebug; pairs fly 1 j. recreational areas to keep lovebugs away.
across the wind and are blown against More information about lovebugs is
obstacles, the prevailing windward side Ij,'l ii5D available at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in694.
ofi a building-like the lake side of my ihsiAEi This publication debunks many myths
h'qme-is particularly vulnerable": about lovebugs that I've heard all my life,
Lovebugs are swarms of little black flieswith including the tale that they were introduced to
red thoraxes that fly as pairs of males andfemales Florida by University researchers.
in. tandem. Although lovebugs, have two distinct The truth is that this insect extended its range
generations per year in Florida (spring into from Louisiana and Mississippi after 1940,
s mmerand summerinto fall), adults can be found reaching Florida in 1949. It became firmly
d ring most months. established in north Florida in the late 1960s; and
An adult female deposits an average of 350 eggs: moved southward nearly to the end of peninsular
u[der decaying vegetation in a grassy or weedy Florida and'northward to South Carolina in the
a ;a with adequate moisture. Eggs hatch within : 1970s. Its. movement may have been accelerated
t o to four days, producing larvae that live 120 by prevailing winds, vehicle traffic, sod transport,
d ds in the summer, or 240 days in the winter. The' increased habitat along highways and expansion of
I vae feed on decomposing leaves and grass until. 'pastures.


Blackwelder Memorial Free
Will Baptist Church, S.R. 121
in Worthington Springs, will
host its annual homecoming
service Sunday, Oct. 13. Sunday
school is at 10 a.m., morning
worship at 11 a.m. Curtis
Aligood from Georgia will be
the guest speaker. Dinner will
follow in the fellowship hall. All
family and friends are invited.
Brooker Baptist Church will
celebrate its 1131 homecoming
on Sunday, Oct. 13, with Bro.
Paul Samson as speaker. Sunday
school will begin at 9:45 a.m.,
and morning worship begins
at 11 a.m. The church invites
present and past members to
visit, fellowship and have a great
meal following the service.
Bethel Baptist Church, C.R.
230A in Starke, will hold
homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
13, with morning worship at
10:15 a.m. James Croft will be
the guest speaker. Special music
begins at 11:15 a.m., followed by
dinner on the grounds.
Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship at the corner of Pratt
and Christian streets in Starke
will hold a homecoming Sunday,


messages from Cook and the
Rev. Mark Green.
Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church will be celebratingilts
63rd church anniversary and 1011
pastor's anniversary on Friday,
Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. and Sunday,
Oct. 20, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Everyone is invited to worship
during this occasion.
Love Grows Pentecostal
Temple will host its second
annual Women's Conference
on Oct. 19 at 3 p.m. with the
Four Sisters as speakers. All
women are invited to come
and be blessed. Colors for the
occasion are red and black. For
more information, please contact
Mother Zephaniah Cummings


Church, 1822 Madison Street
(C.R. 225) in Lawtey, will
celebrate its 12511h homecoming
on Sunday, Oct. 20, at 11 a.m.
Previous pastor Don Thompson
Jr. will officiate, and the
traditional dinner on the grounds
will follow the service. Everyone
is invited to this historic
occasion.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries will be honoring the
Rev. Isaac P. and Sis. Rosemary
Brantley on Sunday, Oct. 25, at
3 p.m. Mt. Carmel Missionary
Baptist Church of Gainesville
will be in'charge of the service.
Dr. Kevin McBride will be the
speaker. The public is invited.
Grace Community Fellowship,
2246 NE S.R. 16 in Starke, has
announced the third annual
Starke Worshipfest. This 24-
hour event will begin Friday,
Nov. 1, at 6 p.m. and feature
more than 120 different artists
performing on two stages.
The free, nondenominational
event is supported by a number
of area churches. Find out
more at www.facebook.com/
GCFWorshipFest.
Email the details of yor
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uct. 13, witnn me Kev. Konal ana at yu4-4yo-oyi1 or Minister congregation s upcoming
Tonya Cook. Bring dinner and Tanglier Newell at 904-964- special events to editor@
join a day of celebration. The 7095. bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
homecoming revival will follow IS MONDAYAT5 P.M.
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et ready y forthe week, including the annual begins at noon on Washington north on Orange and head back Fall Festival
: parade oi Friday, Oct. 25, at 1 *,Street. Once the parade begins, to Madison, where it will turn
parade Wil [..:i onIFriday ,I ....... LaI1 D A, ,1


homecoming
I Bradford High School will cel-
rate homecoming with a vari-
4y of activities starting Monday,
(ct. 21, and running throughout
I


p.m. Any groups or organiza-
tions wishing to take part in the
parade should get in touch with
the school .now.
The homecoming parade will
follow the familiar route. Lineup


At will travel suitn on.iuI .ig
Street and turn west on Madison
Street (S.R.. 100). The parade
will then turn south at Epperson
and east at Lafayette, making its
way back to Orange. It'will turn


eias, LmIeIn guo IUI Li Uno DIUnaway
SStreet, making its way back to
the high-school. S.R. 100 traffic
will be detoured to Edwards
Road (Southwest C.R. 100A)..


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Hampton
Hampton Elementary School's
annual Fall Festivar will take
placeFriday, Oct. 18, from 5-8
p.m. Come out for-food, bingo,
booth games and a cakewalk.
The school is selling drawing
tickets to win a television, Kindle
Fire or a $100 Walmart gift card.
The class that sells -the most
will win a party, arid the three
students who sell the most.will
win gift cards.
Buy your game tickets at the
school now. You can get five
for a $1 instead of four for a $1
at the festival. Any student who
donates a new 2-liter soda will
recei% e four free game tickets.

Brooker
Brooker Elementary School's
Fall Festival will begin at 5 p,m.
on Saturday, Oct. 26, following
the annual parade to the school,
which begins at 4:30 p.m.
There will be a haunted
trail, Sweet :Shoppe, bingo,
a humongous cakewalk and
carnival games. Stay until 8 p.m.
playing and enjoying concessions,
including chili, French fries,
pulled pork sandwiches, hot dogs
and more.
Tickets are five for $1 in
advance and four for $1 at the
festival,

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A message about more glorious things:
Take time to care, take time to smile,
For you, too, may linger for just a while.

Your smile, laughter and your endless love of family,
friends and life can never be taken. We are so very thankful
for your children and humbled by the amazing blessings of
your life.
"There are in the end, three things that last...and the greatest
of these is love." 1 Corinthians 13:13
We love and miss you Baby Girl!!
Mom, Madison, Chandler, Kinley, Piper Mae and your entire
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NOTICE OF SUSPENSION ACT. If you area person with a dis- call 1-800-955-8771
TO: Susan R. Hosay Case ability who needs any accommoda- 10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT
No:201302574 tion in order to participate in this pro-
SA Notce of Suspension to suspend ceeding, you are entitled, at no cost IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
your license and eligibility for licen- to you, to the provision of certain as- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
sure has been filed against you. You distance. Please contact the ADA Co- IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
have the right to request a hearing ordinator at (352) 337-6237, at least 7 FLORIDA
S pursuant to Sections 120.569 and days before your scheduled court ap- CASE NO.: 2013-Ci-63
120.57, Florida Statutes, 'by mail- pearance. If you are hearing or voice IN RE: The Estate of:
ing a request for same to the Florida impaired, please call 711. If you are ALBINAJ.-PREUSSE,
SDepartment of Agriculture and Con- deaf or hard of hearing and require an Deceased.
Sumer Services, Division of Licens- ASL interpreter or an assisted listen- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ing, Post Office Box 3168, Tallahas- ing device to participate in a proceed- The administration of the estate of
see, Florida 32315-3168. If a request ing, please contact Court Interpreting ALBINA J. PREUSSE, deceased,
for hearing is not received by 21 days at interpreter@circuit8.org whose date of death was June 21,
from the date of the last publication, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 2013, is pending in the Circuit Court
the right to hearing in this matter will By: Lisa Brannon for Bradford County, Florida, Pro-
Sbe waived and the Department will Deputy Clerk bate Division, the address of which is
dispose of this cause in accordance DefaultLink, Inc. 945 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Florida
with law. Attn: Publication Department 32091. The names and addresses of
9/26 4tchg :10/1-7-BCT 13800 Montfort Drive, Suite 130 the personal representative and per-
S; "* Dallas, Texas 75240 sonal
S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Fax: (866) 230-3766 representative's attorney are set forth
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Email: DLIPublictions@defaultlink. below.
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, corn All creditors of the decedent and oth-
FLORIDA. 10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT er persons having claims or-demands
CIVIL DIVISION against decedent's estate on whom
SCase #: 2012-CA-000404 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE a copy of this notice is required to
SJPMorgan Chase Bank, National EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND be served must file their claims with
Association '.: FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, the court WITHIN THE LATER OF
Plaintiff, ."-.. ... FLORIDA 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
-vs.- -.' ".. CIVILIACTION THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
George P. Roth and Charlpitte P,'-. CASE-NO.: 04-2011-CA-000369 NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
Roth a/k/a Charlotte J Roth; His- DIVISION: DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
band and Wife. et al : BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Defendant(s). LP, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME All other creditors of the decedent
NOTICE OF ACTION FORECLO- LOANS SERVICING, LP, and other persons having claims or
SURE PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY Plaintiff, demands against decedent's estate
TO: Charlotte P. Roth a/k/a Charlofte vs. must file their claims with this court
J. Roth; ADDRESS UNKNOWN BUT JASON MALLICOAT, et al, WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
WHOSE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:, Defendant(s). DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
S 1504 Raiford Road, Starke, FL 32091 NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED OF THIS NOTICE.
.. Residence unknown, if living, includ- FORECLOSURE SALE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
ing any unknown spouse ofthe said NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
Defendants, if either has remarried ant to an Order Rescheduling Fore- SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
Sand if either or both of said Defen- closure Sale dated Sept. 23, 2013 DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOR-
dants are dead, their respective un- and entered in Case NO. 04-2011- EVER BARRED.
known heirs, devisees, grantees, CA-000369 of the Circuit Court of the NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PE-
assignees, creditors, lienors, and EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for RIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
trustees, and all other persons claim- BRADFORD County, Florida wherein CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
ing by, through, under or against the BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
Named Defendants) and the afore- FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
mentioned named Defendant s) and SERVICING, LP, is the Plaintiff and The date of first publication of this no-
such of the aforementioned unknown JASON MALLICOAT; GERTRUDE tice is October.3, 2013.
,Defendants and such of the afore- MALLICOAT; TENANT #1 N/K/A Date: September 27, 2013
mentioned unknown Defendants as RANDY KILBY are the Defendants; SHARON W. EHRENREICH,
may be'infants, incompetents or oth- The Clerk of the Court will sell to ESQUIRE
erwise not sui Juris. the highest and best bidder for cash Florida Bar No.: 259251
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that at FRONT HALL OF THE BRAD- 304 State Road 26. Suite 1
San action has been commenced to FORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE, Melrose, FL 32666
!foreclose a mortgage on the follow- 945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, Tel: (352) 475-1611
g ing real property, lying and being and STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 Fax:(352)475-5968
Situated in Bradford County, Florida, AM, on the 14 day of November, Attorney for Personal Representative
more particularly described, as fol- 2013, thefollowing described proper- NICHOLAS T. CAMPBELL
lows: ty as set forth in said Final Judgment: 2350 S.W. 17th Circle
LOT 6,, OF CASA DEL FOREST, AC-, A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SEC- Delray Beach, FL 3344.5
CORDING TO'THE PLATTHEREOF, TION 26, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, 10/32tchg 10/10-BCT
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFORD
PAGES 56, OF THE PUBLIC RE- COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CORDS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. BEING DESIGNATED AND SHOWN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
FLORIDA. AS LOT 14 OF AN UNRECORDED FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
more commonly known as 1504 Ral- PLAT, AND SAID LOT BEING CON- COUNTY
ford Road, Starke, FL 32091. VEYED WITH PERPETUAL RIGHT GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI-
This action has been filed against you OF INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER SION
andyou are required to serve a copy AND ACROSS ROADS, EASE- CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-000505
of your written defense,' if any, upon MENTSAND CANALAS SHOWN ON BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST
SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE, SAID UNRECORDED PLAT. SAID COMPANY,
SLLP, Attornmeys for Plaintiff, whose ad- PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICU- Plaintiff,
dress is 4630 Woodland Corporate LARLY DESCRIBED IN DEED AND vs.
SBlvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33614, ILLUSTRATED ON SAID UNRE- MASUD U. CHOWDHURY, et al,
within thirty (30) days after the first CORDED PLAT, A COPY OF WHICH Defendant(s)
publication of this notice and file, the BEING RECORDED IN OFFICIAL NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Original with the clerk of this Court RECORDS BOOK 598, PAGE 44, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
either before service on Plaintiffs at- PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD ant to a Summary Final Judgment
tomey or immediately there after; COUNTY, FLORIDA. ALSO BEING of Foreclosure entered September
otherwise a default will be entered DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: A PAR- 16, 2013 in Civil Case No. 04-2012-
against you for the relief demanded in CEL OF LAND LYING ICSEQT ON CA-000505 of the Circuit -Court of
the Complaint. 26 TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE the EIGHTH'Jud Til Circuit in and
WITNESS my hand and seal of this 21 EAST' BRADFORD COUNTY for Bradford County, Starke, Florida,
Court on the 19 day of Sept., 2013. FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING wherein BRANCH BANKING AND
Ray Norman KNOWN AS LOT 14 AS SHOWN ON TRUST COMPANY is Plaintiff and
Circuit and County Courts A MAP RECORDED IN MASUD U. CHOWDHURY, UN-
S.By: Lisa Brannon OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 926, KNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION
Deputy Clerk PAGE 265 OF THE PUBLIC RE- 1 N/K/A KENDRA BUTLER, UN-
S-If you are a person with a disability CORDS OF SAID COUNTY; SAID KNOWN SPOUSE OF MASUD U.
who needs any accommodation in or- PARCEL BEING MORE PARTICU- CHOWDHURY N/K/A NADIACHOW-
: der to participate in this proceeding, LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: DHURY, are Qefendants, the Clerk of
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST Court will sell'to the highest and best
S the provision of certain assistance. CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST bidder for cash at Bradford County
: Please contact the ADA Coordinator; 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF Courthouse, 945 North Temple Ave-
S201 East University Avenue, Room SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, nue, Starke, FL 32091 in accordance
410, Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) RANGE 21 EAST OF SAID COUNTY with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes
S e491-4490 at leat 7 days before your AND RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREES on the 31o day of October, 2013 at
S; scheduled court appearance, or im- 16 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST 11:00 AM on the following described
mediately upon receiving this notifi-, FOR A DISTANCE OF 889.71 FEET; property as set forth in said Summary
cation Of the time before the sched- THENCE RUN SOUTH 69 DE- Final Judgment, to-wit:
uled appearance is less than 7 days. GREES 28 MINUTES 30 SECONDS The South 68.67 feet of the West 100
If'you are hearing or voice impaired, EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 1378.88 feet of Lot 2, Block 12, Gaskins Ad-
Scall 711.' 1 0 FEET TO THE WEST, LINE OF edition to Starke as perplat thereof
S: 10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT SAID SECTION 26; THENCE RUN recorded in Deed Book J, Page 147
NORTH 59 DEGREES 48 MINUTES of the Public Records of Bradford
S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND 50 SECONDS County, Florida, all lying and being in
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 864.18 Section 29, Township 6 South, Range
*-' : FLORIDA FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 22 East.
S CASE NO: 2013-CA-000081 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 00 SEC- Any person claiming an interest in
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, ONDS EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF the surplus from the sale. if any, other
; N NATIONALASSOCIATION 60.12 FEET; THENCE 'RUN SOUTH than the property owner as of the
Plaintiff, 87 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 00 SEC- date of the Lis Pendens, must file a
vs. ONDS EAST FOR A' DISTANCE claim within 60 days after the sale.
KIMBERLYJ. HOWARD; UN- OF 200.00 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2 Dated this 30 day of September,
S KNOWN SPOUSE OF KIMBERLY J. FEET IRON PIPE LOCATED AT 2013.
HOWARD; UNKNOWN TENANT I; THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF Deputy Clerk
UNKNOWN TENANT II; MITCHELL SAID LOT 14 FOR THE POINT OF CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BROWN; JAMES E. BROWN, and BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT OF As Clerk of the Court
any unknown heirs, devisees, grant- BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED BY: Lisa Brannon
ees, creditors, and other unknown CONTINUE SOUTH 87 DEGREES MCCALLA RAYMER, LLC,
Persons or unknown spouses claim- 42 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
ing by, through and under any of the' FOR A DISTANCE OF 100.00 FEET 110 SE 6TH STREET
abpve-named Defendants, TO A SET /2 FEET IRON ROD; FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301
Defendants. THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DE-" (407)674-1850
NOTICE OF ACTION GREES 16 MINUTES 00 SECONDS If you are a person with a disability
TO: EAST FOR A DISTANCE OF 274.80 who needs any accommodation in
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF KIMBERLY FEET TO A FOUND 1/2 FEET IRON order to participate in this proceed-
J. HOWARD N/K/A JESSIE HOW- PIPE; THENCE RUN NORTH 87 DE- ing, you are entitled, at no cost to
ARD JR. '' GREES 42 MINUTES 00 SECONDS you, to the provision of certain assis-
1455 MIDDLEBURG ROAD WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF 100.00 tance. Persons with a disability who
LAWTEY, FL 32058 FEET TO FOUND INCHES IRON need any accommodation in order to
OR PIPE; THENCE RUN NORTH 0 1 participate should call Jan Phillips,
4755 BALBOA ROAD DEGREES 16 MINUTES 00 SEC- ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
CRESTVIEW, FL 32529 ONDS WEST FOR A DISTANCE OF Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS STATED, 274.80 FEET TO THE POINT OF BE- cGainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337-
CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN GINNING. SAID LOT BEING CON- 6237 within two (2) working days of
And any unknown heirs, devisees, VEYED WITH PERPETUAL RIGHT your receipt of this notice; vf you are
grantees, creditors and other un- OF INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
known persons or unknown spouses AND 'ACROSS ROADS, EASE- if you' are voice impaired, call (800)
claiming by, through and under the MENTS AND CANAL AS SHOWN 955-8770.
above-named Defendant(s), if de- ON PLAT RECORDED IN OFFICIAL 1,0/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT
ceased or whose last known address- RECORDS BOOK 926, PAGE 265
es are unknown. OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that SAID COUNTY: TOGETHER WITH EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
an action to foreclose Mortgage cov- THAT CERTAIN 2008 DESTINY FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
ering the following real and personal MANUFACTURED HOME, SERIAL FLORIDA
property described as follows, to-wit: NO.: DISH03351GAA/B. CIVIL DIVISION
PARCEL 1: THE_.AST 1/2 OF THE A/K/A 8109 SW 155TH TERRACE, Case No.: 04-2012-CA-000565
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- STARKE, FL 32091 U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA
ERTY: COMMENCING AT' THE Any person claiming an interest In TION AS TRUSTEE FOR RAMP
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT the surplus from the sale, if any, other 2006RZ5
10 IN EAST LAWTEY, FLORIDA than the property owner as of the Plaintiff,
AND' RUNNING NORTH 210 FEET; date of the Us Pendens must file a v.
THENCE EAST 105 FEET; THENCE claim within sixty (60) days after the PETER R. WARD; ETAL
RUN SOUTH 210 FEET; THENCE sale. Defendants,.
WEST 105 FEET TO THE POINT OF WITNESS MY HAND and me seal of NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
BEGINNING. BEING IN SECTION this Court on Sept. 23, 2013. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
23; TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE Ray Norman ant to a.Final Summary Judament


22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, Clerk of the Circuit Court dated Sept. 23, 2013, entered in
FLORIDA; By. Lisa Brannon Civil Case No.: 04-2012-CA-000565,
has bedh fildd-against you anrd you Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court of the EIGHTH
are required to serve a copy of your Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. Judicial Circuit in and for BRAD-
'written defenses, if any, to it on Tlimi- RO. Box 250.18 FORD County, Florida, wherein U.S.
sha J. Brooks, Butler. & Hosch, P.A., 'Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 BANK NATIONAL ASOCIATION AS
3185 South Conway Road, -Suite .E, **See Americans with Disabilities Act TRUSTEE FOR RAMP 2006RZ5, is
Orlando, Florida 32812. and ,file the If you are a person with a disability. Plaintiff and PETER R. WARD; JN-
original with'the Clerkof thie above- whoneeds any accommodation in or- KNOWN SPOUSE OF PETER 'IR.
styled Court on br before'30 days der to iarticipate in this proceeding, WARD, are Defendants. '
from' the first publication,- otherwise you are entitled, at no cost to you,, to RAY NORMAN, the Clerk of Court will
a Judgment may be entered against the .provision of certain assistance.-" sell to the highest bidder for cash in
Syou for the relief demanded in the Please contact' the Clerk of Court, the lobby'of the Courthouse located
.Complaint. Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
'. WITNESS my hand and seal of said FL. t 904-964-6280 within'7 working. FL,32091 at 11:00 a.m. on the 5 day
Court on the 20 day of Sept., 2013. days of your rQcelipt of this notice; if -of December, 2013 the following de-
,.AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES you are hearing or voice impaired, scribed real property as set, forth in


said Final Summary Judgment, to wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LAND SITUATE
IN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
VIZ:
LOT 44, GENEVA LAKE ESTATES,
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3,
PAGE 36A-36B, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF BRADFORD COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
This property is located at the Street
address of: 215 SOUTH EAST 28th
STREET, MELROSE, FLORIDA
32666
If you are a person claiming a right
to funds remaining after the sale, you
must file a claim with the clerk 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 the owner of record as of the
date of the lis pendens may claim the
surplus.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the court on Sept. 27, 2013.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A.
350 Jim Moran Blvd. Suite 100
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954) 354-3544
Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, if you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accommo-
dation in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact Ms. Jan
Phillips, Human Resources Manager,
201 East University Ave., Gainesville,
FL 32601, at (352) 337-6237, within
2 working days of your receipt of this
summons. If you are hearing or voice
impaired, call (800) 955-8771; if you
are voice impaired, call (800) 955-
8770.
10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2012-CA-000093
WELLS FARGO BANK N.A., AS
TRUSTEE, FOR CARRINGTON
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST, SE-
RIES 2006-NC1 ASSET-BACKED
PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BEVERLY A. SHEA, ETAL.
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to a Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated September 12, '2013,
and entered in'Case No. 2012-CA-
000093, of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
.BRADFORD County, Florida. WELLS
FARGO BANK N.A., AS TRUSTEE,
FOR CARRINGTON MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2006-NC1.
ASSET-BACKED PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES (hereafter "Plaintiff"),
is Plaintiff and BEVERLY A. SHEA;
FREDERICK B.
ARNOLD; SEMINOLE RIDGE
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC. N/K/A SEMINOLE RIDGE BOAT
'RAMP ASSOCIATION, INC.; EN-
POWER', INC.''tUNKINOWN TENANT
#1 N/K/A WENDY HAUKLAND, are
defendants. I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in.the LOBBY
of the Courthouse; 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, at 11:00 a.m., on the
5 day of December, 2013, the follow-
ing described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to wit:
A PARCEL' OF LAND LOCATED
IN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER
(SE 1/4), OF SECTION 12, TOWN-
SHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
LOCALLY REFERRED TO AS LOT
FOUR (4) OF AN UNRECORDED
PLAT OF SEMINOLE RIDGE, UNIT
,NO. 3; ACCORDING TO SURVEY
MADE BY JOSEPH G. KNAPP, REG-
ISTERED LAND SURVEYOR NO.
2061 ON MARCH 1, 1969, AND,
.ACCORDING TO SAID SURVEY,
SAID LOT FOUR (4) IS DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCAT-
ED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP
9 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST AND
RUN THENCE NORTH 06 DEGS.
22'43" EAST A DISTANCE OF 814.56
FEET TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT; THENCE RUN SOUTH 89
DEGS. 55'00" WEST A DISTANCE
OF 1016.08 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 14 DEGS. 47'00" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 520.63 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
RUN NORTH 05 DEGS. 22'46" EAST
A DISTANCE OF 342.16 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT LO-
CATED AT THE SOUTHERLY IN-
TERSECTION OF TWO ROADS;
THENCE RUN NORTH 05 DEGS.
22'46" EAST (ACROSS A ROAD)
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
LOCATED AT THE NORTHERLY
INTERSECTION OF SAID) TWO
ROADS'; THENCE RUN NORTH 83
DEGS. 32'01" WEST A DISTANCE
OF 279.86 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID LOT 4 FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM THIS
POINT OF BEGINNING CONTINUE
NORTH 83 DEGS. 32'01" WEST A
DISTANCE OF 127.96 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
LOT 4; THENCE RUN NORTH 24
DEGS. 18'39" EAST A DISTANCE
OF 1V39.33 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID LOT 4; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 88 DEGS. 22'27" EAST
A DISTANCE OF 70.0 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
LOT 4; THENCE RUN SOUTH, 00
DEGS. 04'39" WEST A DISTANCE
OF 139.40 FEET TO THE CON-
CRETE MONUMENT AT THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
AND
PARCEL D
A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE


1/4) OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP
9 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, BRAD-
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING
A PORTION OF LOT THREE (3)
OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT OF
SEMINOLE RIDGE, UNIT NO 3,
ACCORDING TO SURVEY MADE
BY JOSEPH G. KNAPP, REGIS-
TERED LAND SURVEY NO. 2061
ON MARCH 1,1969, BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: -
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, AND RUN
THENCE NORTH 06022'43" EAST


A DISTANCE OF 814.56 FEET TO A in and for Bradford County, Florida, : ;
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court
RUN SOUTH 89055'00" WEST will sell to the highest bidder for cash
A DISTANCE OF 1016.08 FEET; on 26th day of November, 2013, at :-
THENCE RUN NORTH 1447'00" 11:00 a.m. in the Lobby of the Brad-
EAST A DISTANCE OF 520.63 FEET ford County Courthouse, 945 North
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT;' Temple Avenue, Starke; FlOrida o-.
THENCE RUN NORTH 0522'46" 32091, in accordance with .Chapter ,.
EAST A DISTANCE OF 342.16 FEET 45 Florida Statutes, 'relative to the'f1- .
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT lowing described prOpertyass66t forth '.L
LOCATED AT THE SOUTHERLY in the Final Judgment, to wit: :" :,..
INTERSECTION OF TWO ROADS; PART OF THE WEST 1/2-OF THE
THENCE RUN NORTH 05022'46" NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SOUTH- "'
EAST (ACROSS A ROAD) TO A EAST 1/4 OF SECTION 18, TOWN-: i;
CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCAT- SHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
ED AT THE NORTHERLY INTER- BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SECTION OF SAID TWO ROADS; AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY r:
THENCE NORTH 3921'34" WEST DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: irj
A DISTANCE OF 253.03 FEET TO A COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST -.
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE CORNER OF..THE NORTHEAST,.
RUN SOUTH 78006'41" WEST A 1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 SAID
DISTANCE OF 120.00 FEET TO A SECTION 18,.TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, -;
CONCRETE MONUMENT AND THE RANGE 22 EAST,.. BRADFORD-
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN
RUN SOUTH 00004'39" WEST A NORTH 89 DEGREES 10 MINUTES CV.
DISTANCE OF 139.40 FEET TO A EAST ALONG THE NORTHERLY Lw,
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE BOUNDARY 'THEREOF, 631.91.
RUN NORTH 07053'08" EAST A FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
DISTANCE OF 81.46 FEET TO AN DEGREES, 24 .MINUTES, 30 SEC- .i;
IRON ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH ONDS EAST, 619.29 FEET TO THE *
1057'19" WEST 59.80 FEET TO POINT OF 'BEGINNING; THENCE
THE POINT OF BEGINNING. RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 35 MIN- *,
If you are a person with a disability UTES, 30.SECONDS WEST, 208.72
who needs any accommodation in FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DE-
order to participate in this proceed- GREES, 24 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS
ing, you are entitled, at no cost to WEST, 208.72 FEET; THENCE RUN
you, to .the provision of certain assis- NORTH 89 DEGREES 35 MIN-
tance. Persons with a disability who UTES, 30 SECONDS EAST, 208.72 Ll
need any accommodation in order to FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 8
participate should call Jan Phillips, DEGREES, 24 MINUTES, 30 SEC- '"*
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County ONDS EAST, 208.72 FEET TO THE 5q
Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave., POINT OF BEGINNING. -'
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337- Any person claiming an interest in r"
6237 within two (2) working days of the surplus from the sale, if any, other '-'
your receipt of this notice; if you are than .the property owner as of the
hearing impaired call (800) 955-8771; date of the Lis Pendens must file a
if you are voice impaired, call (800) claim within 60 days after the sale. '"
955-8770. ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH DIS- ,
Dated this 25 day of September, ABILITIES
2013. If you are a person with a disability
RAY NORMAN who needs any accommodation in or- .
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT der to participate in this proceeding, >/
*BY Lisa Brannon 'you are entitled, at no cost to you, to,
As Deputy Clerk the provision of certain assistance. Ov
Van Ness Law Firm, PLC Please contact: .*
1239 E. Newport Center Drive ADA Coordinator ;
Suite #110 Phone: (352) 337-6237 '
Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442 Please contact at least 7 days before *
Phone (954) 571-2031 your scheduled court appearance; or
Fax (954) 571-2033 immediately upon receiving this noti- -;,
Pleadings@vanlawfl.com fiction if the time before the sched- 'A
Any person claiming an interest in uled appearance is-less than 7 days; ^
the surplus from the sale, if any, other if you are hearing or vision impaired,:
than the property. owner as of the please call 711. If you are deaf or-
date of the Lis .Pendens must file a hard of hearing and require an ASL."'
claim within 60 days after the sale. interpreter or an assisted listening '7
10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT device to participate in a proceeding, '?
1N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE please contact Court Interpreting at".
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND interpreter@circuit8.org O R!.
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, DATED AT STARKE, FLORIDA :
FLORIDA THIS 2 DAY OF October, 2013 :c
CASE NO.: 2009-CA-000774 Lisa Brannon't
SEC.: Deputy Clerk- ..
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, RAY NORMAN ,'
LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT:
LOANS SERVICING LP, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Plaintiff, MORRIS/HARDWICK/SCHNEIDER,
v. LLC, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF,
JAMES D. ADAMS; ANY AND ALL 5110 1EISENHOWER BLVD; SUITE
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING 302A, TAMPA, FL 33634 :
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND MORRIS/HARDWICK/SCHNEIDER,
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED LLC, ATTORNEY-FOR PLAINTIFF,
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO 9409 PHILADELPHIA ROAD, BALTI-
ARE NOT KNOWN-TO BE DEAD MORE, MD 21237
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID 10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
ANINTEREST, PLS PUBLIC NOTICE ,,.. .
MtThe regular scheduled maetiRla,.oio
OR OTHER'CA1MANS; MORT- .. the Bradford County Board of County_.
GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTOA- Commissioners is scheduled October'
TION SYSTEMS INC. AS NOMINEE 17, 2013 at,6:30 p.m. in the Commis-
FOR COUNTRYWIDE HOME sion Meeting Room located in the
LOANS, INC. north wing of the Bradford County
Defendant(s). Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
NOTICE OF SALE Starke, FL. A copy of the Agenda
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- may be obtained, six days, prior to
ant to an Order on Plaintiffs Motion to meeting, from the Bradford County
Reset Foreclosure Sale dated Sept. website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov or
23, 2013, entered in Civil Case No. from the office of the Bradford County
2009-CA-000774 of the Circuit Court Manager located in the north wing of
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for the Bradford County Courthouse.
Bradford County, Florida, wherein the 10/10 ltchg-BCT
Clerk: of the Circuit Court .
will sell to the highest bidder for cash NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
on 5th day of Dec. 2013, at 11:00 .SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
a.m. in the Lobby of the Bradford LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
County Courthouse, 945 North Tern- Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
pie Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, in on 10/22//2013, 10:00 am at PO BOX
accordance with Chapter 45 Florida 314 STARKE, FL32091-0314, pursu-
Statutes, relative to the following de- ant to subsection 713.78 of the FIlr-
scribed property as set forth in the ida Statutes. SPRATLIN TOWING .&
Final Judgment, to wit: RECOVERY,.LLC. reserves the right
Lot 3, Block 4, Shady Oaks Subdivi- to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
sion, In The Town Of Brooker, As Per 5NPET46C27H235745 2007 HYUN-
Plat Recorded In Plat Book 3, Page DAI
29, Of The Public Records Of Brad- 10/10 ltchg-BCT
ford County, Florida Lying And Situ-
ate In Section 8, Township 7 South NOTICE OF SALE
Range 20 East, Bradford County, Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Florida. to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Any person claiming an interest in Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
the surplus from the sale, if any, other Santa Fe Storage of Waldo; Will
than the property owner as of the sell for CASH to the highest bidder
date of the Lis Pendens must file a at 15540 NE US HWY 301, Waldo,
claim within 60 days after the sale. County of Alachua, FL, at 12:00 pm
ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH DIS- on Wednesday, the 23rd day of Octo-
ABILITIES ber, 2013 and continuing day to day
If you are a person with a disability hereafter until sold: the household
who needs any accommodation in or- goods and misc. contents of the fol-
der to participate in this proceeding,, lowing: '
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to UNIT A023 ULinda F Woolwine
the provision of certain assistance. UNIT B010 Jessica Smith
Please contact: 10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT
Ms. Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator
Alachua County Courthouse NOTICE OF SALE
201 University Avenue Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Gainesville, FL 32601 to the Florida.Self Storage Facility Act
Phone: (352) 337-6237 Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
DATED AT STARKE, FLORIDA, THIS Santa Fe Storage of Starke; Will sell
26 DAY OF Sept., 2013 for CASH to the highest bidder at
Lisa Brannon 1630 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
RAYNORMAN County of Bradford, Florida; at 1:30
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT PM on Wednesday, the 23rd day of
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA October 2013, and continuing day to
MORRIS/HARDWICK/SCHNEDER, day thereafter until sold, the house-
LLC, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF hold goods and misc. contents of the
5110 EISENHOWER BLVD, following:
SUITE 302A, TAMPA, FL 33634 UNIT A011 CLINTON B JENKINS,
9409 PHILADELPHIA ROAD, JR K
BALTIMORE, MD 21237 UNIT B005 TORY D HUNTER
10/3 2tchg 10/10-BCT UNIT C004 NA'ASHA S SMITH
UNIT G008 PATRISE SMITH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JACKSON
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND 10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT..,
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA NOTICE
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-482 Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
SEC.: Act Statute Sec. 83.801-83.809, NO-
CITIMORTGAGE, INC., TICE; A Public Auction will be held
Plaintiff, on October 26, 2013 @ 10:00 A.M.
v. at C & C Mini Storage 1670 S. Wal-
DONALD C. PORTIS ; PATRI-: nut Street, Hwy 301 South in Starke,
CIA PORTIS ; ANY AND ALL UN- Florida.'The following units contents-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, will be sold to the highest bidder, afld


THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST continuing day to daiy thereafter until
THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL sold. .
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT 1-s50 G. Logan
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, 1-81 C. Rdmnan
WHETHER $AID UNKNOWN PAR- 2-32 Y. Aaron .
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST 235 A. Roberts .
AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DVISEES, 2-42 M. Hosklns
GRANTEES, OR OTHEaICLAIM- 2-45 G. Kwarteng
ANTS; -73,L. Gatlin
Defendants). 2-81 J. Heinz .
NOTICE OF SALh 10/10 2tchg 10/17-BCT.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu- .
ant to an Order on Plaintiffs Motion to, .
Reset, Foreclosure Sale-dated Sept.
30, 2013, and entered in Civil Case
No. 04-201 I-CA-482 of the. Circuit .
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit See LEGALS, .next page


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013


6A







THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


Pumpkin
.Escape is

spooky, ,

Safe fun
The Great Pumpkin Escape
returns to downtown Starke
Saturday, Oct. 26, from 5 to 9
p.m. Everyone from Starke and
thq surrounding communities is
invited to take part in this safe
alternative to trick or treating.
The festival features
entertainment, games, costume
contests, food and free candy.
Plus, downtown restaurants and
the movie theater will be open
for dinner and a show.
The Pumpkin Escape is
sponsored by the Downtown
Business Community
Association, the city, of Starke
and others.


Groups wishing to become
involved in the events, and
potential sponsors can contact
Lee Sparks at 904-966-1150,
Chrissy Allen at 904-964-9253
or the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce at 904-
964-5278 for more information.
Donations are needed to
purchase candy. Checks can be
mailed to DBCA, P.O. Box 1027,
Starke, FL 32091.

Family
Halloween

in Melrose
The Shake Rag Culture
Center in Melrose is hosting A
Shake Rag Family Halloween
on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 2-5
p.m. at 882 N. S.R. 21. The
event promises ghoulish games


and freaky fun, including face
painting, balloon animals with
The Magic Man, an eyeball hunt
with prizes, costume contests for
kids, adults and dogs, and more.

Making sense
of Medicare
Medicare open 'enrollment
begins Tuesday, Oct. 15. Need
information about Medicare or
a prescription plan? Unhappy
with the plan you have now? Get
all the information you need at
the Medicare 101, Tuesday, Oct.
15, at 10 a.m. A representative
from SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) will
explain what you need to know
about Medicare.
There will be a free
digital photography class on
Wednesday, Oct. 16. Learn some


tips and tricks about using your
camera, and how to get those
pictures from your camera to the
computer.
The Cards Group has changed
the day and time they meet to
every Friday at 10 am. Hand and
foot is the game of choice. Don't
know how to play? Members will
teach you-it's an easy game to
learn. Come jbin in the fun! This
is great way to get out and meet
new friends.
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.


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worker available every Tuesday
and Wednesday at ACORN
Clinic (23320 N. S.R. 235; 352-
485-1133.)
SHINE is a program offered
by the Florida Department of
Elder Affairs and your local Area
Agency on Aging. SHINE can
assist you with your Medicare,
Medicaid and health insurance
questions by providing one-on-
one counseling and information.
SHINE services are free,
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MASUD U. CHOWDHURY. et al.,
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Defendant(s)
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
Statutes, notice is hereby given NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
that the undersigned, Michael Kop- ant to a Summary Final Judgment
pert P.O. Box 143 Lake Geneva, FL ,of Foreclosure entered September
32160, sole owner, doing business 16, 2013 in Civil Case No. 04-2012-
under the firm name of: Michael's CA-000505 of the Circuit Court of
Motors 843 S.E. S.R. 100 Keystone the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit 'in and
Heights, FL 32656, intends to register for Bradford County, Starke, Florida,
said fictitious name under the afore- wherein BRANCH BANKING AND
said statute. Dated this 8th day of Oc- TRUST COMPANY is Plaintiff and
tober, 2013, in Bradford County. 'MASUD U. CHOWDHURY, UN-
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1 ,N/K/A KENDRA BUTLER, UN-
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: KNOWN SPOUSE OF MASUD U.
Notice is hereby given that on CHOWDHURY N/K/A NADIACHOW-
10/312013 at 9:00 am the following DHURY, are Defendants, the Clerk of
vehicles) .will be sold at public auc- Court will sell to the highest and best
tion for monies owed on vehicle re- bidder for cash at Bradford County
pairs and forStorage costs pursuant Courthouse, 945 North Temple Ave-
to Florida Statutes. Section 713.585. nue, Starke, FL 32091 in accordance
The lienor's name, address and tele- with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes
phone number and auction location on the 31st day of October, 2013 at
are: STARKE TRANSMISSION AND 11:00 AM on the following described
AUTO REPAIR, LLC 1460 B SOUTH property as set forth in said Summary
WALNUT STREET STARKE, FL Final Judgment, to-wit: ,.
32091, 904-368-9925. Please note, The South 68.67 feet of the West 100
parties claiming interest have a right feet of Lot 2, Block 12, Gaskins Ad-
to a hearing prior to the date of sale edition to Starke as per plat thereof
with the Clerk of the Court as reflect- recorded in Deed Book J, Page 147
ed in the notice. The o.vner has the of the Public Records of Bradford
right to recover possession of the ve- County, Florida, all lying and being in
: hidcle without judicial proceedings as Section 29, Township 6 South, Range
pursuant to Florida Statute Section 22 East
559.917. :Any proceeds recovered Any person claiming an interest in
from theo.sale of the vehicle over the the surplus from the sale, if any. other
amount of the lien will be deposited than the property owner as of the
with the Clerk of the Court for disposi- date of the LUs Pendens, must file a
tion upon court order., claim within 60 days after the sale.
1D4GP24RX6B621745 2006 Dated this 30 day of Sept., 2013,
DODGE Deputy Clerk
S10/10 ltchg-BCT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
As Clerk of the Court
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BY: Lisa Brannon
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF As Deputy Clerk
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD MCCALLA RAYMER, LLC, ATTOR-
COUNTY' NEY FOR PLAINTIFF
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVI- 110 SE 6TH STREET
SSION FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33301
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Service learning and

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BY DEBBIE NISTLER
Bradford County 4-H Agent
Every September, 4-H clubs
begin their year by setting their
calendar and planning activities
for the upcoming year. One
important component of every
.4-H club experience is the
community service project.
This service experience
provides youth an opportunity
to connect with where they live.
Project experiences are as diverse
as the youth who complete them
and are reflective of the needs of
their community.


Youth spend time selecting
service projects that they feel
are relevant and needed in the
community and will be engaging
and fun. Service projects might
be simple like collecting food for
the local food bank or more time
intensive like sewing blankets
for cancer patients. Each project
allows the youth to interact with
community members, learn 'how
their, community works, build
relationships in the community
and better understand how
they can be citizens in that
community.


The community also benefits
from 4-H service projects.
Community members receive
needed assistance and support
through the service project
and have the opportunity
to interact with youth and
gain an understanding of
youth ,and community needs.
Communities also benefit by the
network building that happens
during these service, projects;
recipients and youth both build a
commitment to their community
and want to help it grow.
Last year Bradford County 4-H


4-H:

best
clubs completed an estimated -1:
community service projects. 4-H
members in Bradford County
dedicated more than 1,500
hours of service to Bradford
County. These members wil!
have up to 13 years to participate
in 4-H throughout youth, and
the average 4-H member will
contribute more than 200 hours
of service to the community.
Youth with this commitment
to their community begin adult
life with the skills necessary
to continue that service for a
lifetime.


It's 4-H Week,a time to celebrate all things 4-H and
everything the age-old and yet still Innovative program
does for the community and its youth. From summer
camp to the fair, from district and state competitions to
holiday food drives, 4-H provieds activities that build
character and life experience and helps kids make
lifelong memories and friends. Pictured above is with
her fair entry Is a very confident Kaitlin Griffis.
RIGHT: Bradford County 4-H'ers all win blue rosettes at
4-H district events. Pictured (front to back, left to right)
are Saige Whitaker, Ella Dinkins, Hannah Beauregard,
Elizabeth Whitaker, Angela Flournoy, Courtney Paul,
Madison Bennett, Stephanie NesSmith, Lauren Cromwell
and Emily Beauregard.


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RIGHT; Ty Morgan takes
aim competing at the state
4-H shotgun match.

BELOW: Bradford Clay
Busters 4-H Club at the
state shotgun match
Include Kassldy Morgan,
Courtney Paul, Leader
Len Eaves, Randa Wilkins,
'Klaltlin Griffis, Palge
Eaves, Madison Bennett,
Ty Morgan, Leader Benji
Bennett, Colton Cromwell,
SLeader Kim Griffis and
Preston Strickland. Not
.pictured: Beau Nistler.


GRITS-4H members say thank you to community members who help them and 4-H
throughoiUlthe year. Pictured (I-r) are Faith Crawford, Lauren Cromwell, Krislynn
Faulkner, Ellen Reddish, Dana Stevenson, Stephanie NesSmith and Ella Dinkins.


Conner Coleman and Alisha Lester showing pigs at the Bradford County Fair.


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celebration
yard sale
Stop by and support 4-H at the
Oct, 18 yard sale in the extension
office parking lot. The yard sale
* will begin at 8 a.m., and they will
also have hotdogs and drinks for
sale.
.All proceeds support the
local 4-H program. 4-H is
accepting items for donation to
the yard sale as well. For drop
off information, please call 904-
966-6224.

4-H fundraiser
drawing
Enter for your chance to
win a picnic., table donated by
Pride Enterprises of. Florida or.
a Veterans Day trip to Vilano
Beach. Tickets are $5 for the
table and $10 for the trip. The
winning tickets will be drawn at
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Liz Whitaker, Hannah Nistler, Molly Zimmerman, Trevor Zimmerman, Saige Whitaker
and others-are prepping for a scienceexperiment at camp.
Camp, makes
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'.,4-H 'Camp Cherry Lake in.
t Madison County was host' to
33 Bradford County youth on
July 22. Youth spent five days
and four nights swimming,
meeting other youth, developing
"skills such as independence and
cooperation, learning about their
environment, and most of all,
having a great tithe.


Tim Ansell and Allison Berry teach healthy lifestyles and
outdoor cooking at camp.


Starke Christian, School 4-H Club is one of the newest club In Bradford County.
Pictured (front to back, left to right) are Angel Carroll, Preston Tyre, Amber Padgett,
Tessa Walker, Ella Dinkins, Libby Bennett, Leader Tamara Dinkins, Ricky Walker,
Charles Padgett, Larissa Brown and Maggie Glisson.


STeen counselors prepared for
this event for several, months
prior to participating. They
attended a weekend certification
program and a series of meetings
throughout the spring. Campers,
ages 8-12 were assigned to cabins
with at least one trained teen
counselor. All youth learned a
great deal about getting along
with others, making decisions,
working as a team and being
responsible.


There were eight college-aged
resident staff that provided camp
structure and enthusiasm. Staff
led songs, taught activities and
monitored the flow of the week.
They also played a critical role as
mentor and friend.
Many youth attend camp
as the first experience away
from home. and at some point
during the week become a little
homesick. Counselors and
staff are. trained and prepared


to make sure campers have the
best experience possible and
"survive" homesickness.
At the end of the week,
they celebrated their success
with a special candle lighting
ceremony. Youth and adults are
excited about all that they have
accomplished and were sad to
be leaving new friends behind; .'
Memories of camp Cherry Lake
will last a lifetime for Bradford
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N..EW FDNOA L EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Oct. 26 car
show to benefit
Relay for Life
The third annual car show
benefiting the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life of
Bradford County will be held at
the Bradford County Fairgrounds
, h Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m.
until 3 p.m,
There will be a best-of-show
aivard, and prizes will also be
awarded for best Chevrolet,
best Dodge, best Ford,. best
race car, best import, best truck.
Ibest paint, best interior and best
custom.
Children can participate in
judging as well with the Kids'
Choice award.
The entry fee for vehicles and
vendors is $15.
:For more information, please
contact Mitchell Gunter at 904-
S966-1386 or mitchellgunter@
-ihoo.com.

Kiwanis of
Starke rib sale
is Nov. 9
The Ki%\anis Club of Starke
will be holding its annual sale of
slabs of smoked ribs on Saturda,,
No. 9. .
"Slabs cost $18 each and
'May be picked up on. Nov.
9- at Community .,State Bank
ginning at 10 a.m. '
SPlease see a Kiwanis Club of
'Starke member to purchase your
:slbbs in advance.
'Proceeds will be used to
benefit the youth of Bradford
County.


and final term as president
of the Florida Federation of.
Republican Women, the oldest
and largest statewide political
organization for women in
Florida. She is also serving her
second term as Republican State
Committeewoman of Duval
County.
At the Republican Party of


Florida State Committee, Graves
has the honor of serving as Chair
RPOF411h Congressional Caucus.
Graves was just elected to office
at the National Federation of
Republican Women to serve a'
two-year term on the 10-member
national leadership team as an
NFRW member at large.


Support Shop
With a Cop
Helping to make Christmas a
happier time for many children
in need in Bradford County,
the Starke Police Department's
Shop With a Cop event returns


Wednesday, Dec. 18, allowing
children to shop for $100 worth
of items at Walmart of Starke
and accompanied by a member
of a law-enforcement agency.
If you 'would like to assist in
this year's ninth annual event,
you may mail a payment in the
form of a check made out to
-'Starke Police Department-Shop


With a Cop" to Starke Police
Department, 830 Edwards Road,
Starke, FL 32091. Please' put
to the attention of Capt. Barry
Warren.
You may also. contact Warren
at 352-494-3326 (cell), 904-964-
5400 (office) or starkepdlo@
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Terrence Slocum

Slocum
awarded with
scholarship

"Terrence Slocum, the son
of Martin and Sherry Slocum
Of Starke, 'is the recipient of a
$2,500 scholarship assistance
at: Florida A&M University of
Tallahassee.
Slocum is an hbnor-student
wvho has made the dean's list
several times. He is majoring in.
business administration.
.- This scholarship was
f6iunded by Lillian Heizer, LCH
Consulting, Vienna, Va, in honor
of her grandmother, Ida Tisdale
of Lawtey, to assist a deserving
student who is trying to make a
difference in his or her life.

Correction
SKatelyn Sims was incorrectly
identified as Leisa Sims in a
photograph of the Bradford-
Union Great Strides event in the
Oct. 3 issue.
We apologize for the error.

Talk show
host Graves to
visit Bradford
Republicans
Conservative talk radio host
Cindy Graves will. be the guest
speaker at the Thursday, Oct.
10, meeting of the Bradford
County. Republican Executive
Committee, which will take
place at-7.:p.m. at Capital City
Bank of Starke.
Graves will be speaking about
hosting her show-"Cindy
Graves Show: Politics, Business
and Mayhem"-and ways to
Start a Florida Federation of
Republican Women's Club in
SBradford County.
Graves is serving her second







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When U.S. 301 met Bradford County ,


The longest journey
begins with the 1st step

Editor's note: This is the third
part of an eight-part series.

SBY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph-Tnmes-
Monitor
According to Walter Liddell, a
consultant with Florida's Depart-
ment of Transportation, the Flor-
ida Road Department renumbered
ifs roads using a grid system in
1941. However, it was wartime,
and materials were in short sup-
ply. Although the roads had been
renumbered, new signs couldn't
be put up until 1945 and 1946.
When they went up, roads run-
ning diagonally across the state
were given "XOO numbers." Flor-
ida State Road 28 became State
Road 100 and ran from Lake City
Through Starke and on to Bunnell.
Florida Road 200 would now run
from U.S. 1 at Yulee to Callahan,
and to Baldwin, Starke and south
to Ocala. It ran, in other words,
along Road 13 through Bradford
County.
However, S.R. 200 would not
go to Gainesville as it had in its
former life as Road 13. Instead,
200 cut away in Waldo and head-
ed straight south to Ocala and ul-
timately to Heitnando. Stare Road
24 would now; take you on your
way to Gainesville and Cedar Key.
In 1947-just a few years after
the change in road numbers-the
U.S. government's Department
-of Commerce announced that it
wanted selected Florida roads for
its Federal Highway System in a
post-war era of concerns about



Whispering

Pines open

to public
Whispering Pines Lodge and
-the Tourist Court Restaurant,
: owned and operated by Mr. and
Mrs. T.R. Connell, are now open
to the public, and dinner is served
Search evening from 6 to 8 o'clock.
. Mr. and Mrs. Connell are lo-
Scattd 3 1-2 miles south of Starke
off U.S. 301, State 200, and in-
Svite the public to drop in for an
after-theater snack of Southern
fried chicken or a Sandwich Ori-
,pntal, -.
.; Reprinted from theDec. /9,..-
'-1947edition of the Bradford
:County Telegraph.


homeland defense. Building the
new systems was also a boost to
the economy and would put demo-
bilized GIs back to work. The feds
would rename the national high-
way "U.S. 301," and it would run
from Baltimore to Tampa.
The Aug. 26, 1949, Bradford
County Telegraph ran a somewhat
blasd item under the headline:
"301 Boosters Want Route Ex-
tended to St. Petersburg."
The article read: "TheiTobacco
Trail Association favors a move
to extend U.S. Highway 301 from
Tampa, where it now terminates,
to St. Petersburg. The association
is made up of representatives from
cities along 301 and has as its pur-
pose the publicizing and promot-
ing of the popular route, which
follows S.R. 200 through Starke
and is bringing increased tourist
traffic through here."
By November, the Telegraph
was more intrigued. "Road 200,
Hampton to Maxville, Will be Re-
surfaced," ran a headline. A new
program would resurface 22.92
miles of S.R. 200 (U.S. 301) from
Maxville to the Hampton cutoff.
Construction bids were to be let
at a meeting in Miami on Nov. 12.
Contractors would be asked to bid
on $6.5 million worth of work on
300 miles of road .and 2,500 feet
of bridges in 31 counties. It was
to be the biggest batch of highway
and bridge construction and repair
bids in the history of the State
Road Department.
"The three projects to be includ-
ed for Bradford County are as fol-
lows," the Telegraph said, "Road
no. 200... between north intersec-
tion of Hampton cutoff and Road
No. 228 at Maxville. Work to con-
: sist of resurfacing sections with a


bituminous mineral seal coat and
bituminous, retread surface."
County offices and the Tele-
graph were excited enough to send
people all the way to Miami to at-
tend the November meeting. By
its Dec. 1 edition, the Telegraph
was almost giddy. "Starke Occu-
pies Strategic Position at Cross-
roads of North Florida....Traf-
fic through here will be further
increased with early completion
of fast new route to Miami Thru
Middle Florida," the headline and
sub-headline read.
Northern travelers were grow-
ing disenchanted with S.R. 1 and
even U.S. I down the coast; it was
getting too crowded. First, and
not the least of a motorist's prob-
lems, was negotiating Jackson-
ville. By 1949, S.R. I (now AlA)
wasn't continuous and was run-
ning through many sizeable beach
towns. Besides, some tourists
wanted to go to the Gulf of Mex-
ico, not the Atlantic Coast. Now
they would travel faster through
rural areas with less traffic in the
middle of the state-even if they
were headed to Miami.
The new federal highway
would run squarely through
Starke, which excited some Brad-
ford County business owners,
while others were cautious.
During the most recent world
wvar, Starke had fairly exten-
sive national press exposure as a
"boom town" when Camp Blan-
ding went utip almost overnight.
Some of that exposure had been
negative.
The flood of soldiers into the
rural town was not entirely posi-
tive either. While it was good for
patriotic spirit-and business-
the downtown area became a mot-


"When was the last time you enjoyed a nice, relaxing
shuffleboard match?" asked Brian Patton on his Facebook
'page. Starke'ds Whiseirig Pines Motel advertised its
* locatlonon both U.S. 301. and on S.R. 200 as highway
numbers changed. This indicates the postcard probably
dates from 1947 to around 1953. From the Brian Patton,
Columbia, S.C. Facebook Collection.


ley jumble of outof-town vendor
stalls hawking everything from
fortune telling to games of chance,
farm produce tent dime stores and
what-not shops. Public drunken-
ness and crime went up.The rate of
venereal disease went so high that
Camp Blanding authorities threat-
ened to put Starke off limits. The
sheriff began to ship local prosti-
tutes to what the Bradford County
Telegraph called a "concentration
camp" in Ocala.
But World War II had ended,
and the big Camp Blanding circus
tent suddenly folded.
As the 1940s ended and the
1950s began, hundreds of thou-
sands, of GI veterans were going
to college, buying homes and cars
and getting jobs. Long-distance
leisure travel to Florida and else-
where had once been reserved for
the Henry Flaglers of the world
and their ilk. Now it was suddenly
available to the middle and work-
ing classes.
Starke began billing itself as
"A Very Friendly Town," but its
friendliness didn't extend to every-
body. The chamber of commerce
president was the only one in the
country who, in the national press,
told tourists to stay away.
Chamber of commerce or not,
the announcement's impact on
Bradford County was immedi-
ate. The Telegraph's Dec. 8 edi-
tion announced that a new motor
court was under way. The El Ran-
cho Motel was to be built by Ray
Strong, a Canadian living in Mi-
ami, who was just passing through
Starke on his return from Jackson-
ville to Lake City. Strong had been
looking for the right spot to build a
motor court and liked the looks of
sleepy Starke. The motel site was
surveyed; the El Rancho was built
and opened to the public only two
months later.
Two months after that, two ex-
isting "tourist courts" in Starke
announced plans to upgrade and
expand.
The Jan. 6, 1950, Telegraph ran
a story of another new business
opening on Temple at 101th Street:
the most modern gas station in
Bradford County. Lacy Conway
would own the new station and
said he also intended to sell bus
tickets, as he had been doing all
along. The American Oil Com-
pany had loaned $100,000 to have
the station built, Conway said; and
it came with its own grease rack.
Not all of the promise of the new
highway would be so rosy, how-
ever. A December 1949 edition of
the Telegraph also carried a front-
page story about a Jacksonville
African-American who had been
convicted of manslaughter after
killing a Bradford County woman
in an auto accident. The -star wit-
ness at the trial was a woman who
had seen the whole incident from*
her front porch, along what was
now being called U.S. 301.
Beginning ifi 1952, Dinah Shore
prompted Americans from their
black-and-white. television sets to'
see the USA in their Chevrolets.
It was the dawn of the 1950s, and
all. of America was about to hit the
roads.


State Road 200, formerly Road 13, approaches downtown
Starke on March 8, 1955. The view is looking north toward ,
the intersection of Walnut and South streets. By this time,
S.R. 200 was already in transition to become U.S. 301. Photo,,;
from State Archives of Florida, http//floridamemory. corn/
Items/show/104121


At the Starke city limits, June 8,1955. The view looks east
toward the end of a project that resurfaced the former Road
28 as It became S.R. 100. Photo from State Archives of
Florida, Florida Memory, http://florida memory.com/ items/
show/104127.
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Tigers off to 0-1 start in district after 30-12 loss to Bears
"Y VINCENT ALEX-BROWN later, Dixie County quarterback victory.
Times Editor Aaron Thomas tossed a corner Even running back Daquin
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,Dixie County capitalized on
twvo fumbles and defeated the
Union County High School
football team 30-12 in the
Tigers' District 7-1IA opener on
Oct. 4 in Cross City.
-The Tigers (5-1) lost their
top spot in the state's Class IA
rankings,falling to fourth. Dixie
(5-!0), which improved to 2-0 in
District 7, moved up from third
to second, with. Blountstown
taking this week's top spot.
"We've got a lot of young
guys that have now tasted what
tire's like'," Union County head
football coach Ronny Pruitt
said. "We are'asking an awful
6t from some guys that have
(fever been in the fire. Tonight,
they saw it. We can go back,
hopefully watch some film
apd earn from it, but it's more
important to understand what
penalties and putting the ball on
the ground can do to you.
"Bottom line is, they took
advantage of two fumbles and
put two scores on the board."
The first one was when Union
County fumbled the ball at its
own 19-yard line at the 3:13 mark
in the first quarter..Four plays


pass to Shiq1i1m1 ivlnt rnioinU ) a(
21-yard score. The Bears capped
that off with the first of three
straight two-point conversions.
The second fumble, which
the Bears returned for a score,
came about halfway through the
third quarter after a quarterback
keeper by Union County's Caleb
Cox on the Tigers' own 25-yard
line.
The Tigers' defense had
their hands full dealing with
the Bears, though they made a
strong showing. Austin Dukes
had a big night as lead tackler
again with 16 tackles against
Dixie County versus 12 against
Hamilton County last week.
Alden McClellon was close
behind with 11 tackles against
Dixie County versus just six
against Hamilton County.
In contrast, the Bears' defense
pushed the. Tigers back when
they were at the 2-yard line near
the end of the first half, fighting
for a much-needed score that
wouldn't come till the fourth
quarter.
This just wasn't the Tigers'
year against-the Bears, having
beaten them for several years
including last year's 28-14.


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to only seven carries for 10
yards (an average of 1.43 yards
per carry). He also had one .22-
yard pass.
That was way below last
week's game and even a fraction
of his average so far this season.
Last week against Hamilton
County, Edwards had 26 carries
for 150 yards, averaging 5.77
yards a carry. He's averaged 83.6
yards a game.
As a result, he was visibly upset
after the game, just shaking his
head. Earlier, during the game,
he walked down the sideline
calling on his teammates to step
up their game.
Offensively, Geordyii Green
led Union County, rushing for 40
yards and catching three passes
for 51 yards and one touchdown.
The bright spot of the game
for the Tigers came when they
rallied midway through the
fourth quarter with their first
score, thanks to a completion by
Cox to Green. And the Tigers
quickly added another one
during the Bears' next set of
downs after Dairon Alexander
scooped up a fumbled punt
attempt and ran it in.


ornadoes hang on for 14-12 dinm

BY CLIFF SMELLEY____________________
,. Regional News/Sports Editor


I" A touchdown off of a fumble
Tecovery in the end zone
Ey' Interlachen made things
FIteresting with approximately
Uvo minutes left in the game,
Wlut the Bradford High School
Ifotball team hung on for a 14-
l2 District 5-4A win on Oct. 4 in
RThterlachen. '
= The Tornadoes (2-3) built a
4 i4-0.lead, thanks to wide receiver
Kenny Dinkins who had two
touchdowns and 265 receiving
yards the first half. Bradford's
offense, though, did nothing to
help itself in the second half. The
Tornadoes barely gained 20 yards
and was plagued by fumbles on
the quarterback-center exchange,
one of which was recovered by,
the Rams in the end zone for a
touchdown with 2:16 left in the
game.
"Fortunately for Bradford, the
Rams' pass attempt on the two-
point conversion that would've
tied the score was incomplete.
The Tornadoes. iMproved to,t
2-0 in District 5, bi t Nad c6acA'
Steve Reynolds was visibly
frustrated afterward..
S"Obviously, we've got a lot of
improving to.do," Reynolds said.
"I've got to a better job as a head
coach getting us prepared and
ready to play football."
It was the best effort by the
Bradford defense,.this season',
which finally held an opponent to
less than 300 yards. (Interlachen
finished with 257 yards.) The
Tornadoes, after giving up an
80-yard'touchdown drive before
halftime, forced Interlachen to
go three-and-out on its first two
possessions of the second half,
while later forcing the Rams to
turn the ball over on downs.on a
-drive into the red zone.
Bradford also had two
Interceptions in the first half.
5 "I guess when they.needed to
make a play, they made one,"
,.eynolds said.
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long gain on a reception.


Tornadoes would be involved
in a tight, low-scoring affair.
Dinkins took a short pass
from Jacob Luke and turned it
into a 76-yard touchdown on
the game's second play from
scrimmage,.Chris "Barron's PAT
put.Bradford up 7-0.
Interlachen (1-5, 0-1), after
going three-and-out on. its
initial series, put together two
promising drives-one of which
took the Rams to the Bradford
14. The Tornadoes ended both
drives with interceptions-
Holden Piuggins making a one-
handed pick while falling over
backwards on one and Tra'Von
Thomas making the other on his
own 1-yard line.
KeaarisArdleymadea big play
prior to Thomas' interception,
tackling Interlachen running
back TJ. Strickland for a 6-yard
loss.
Bradford didn't have. much
success on its second and third
possessions, but Thomas got
the Tornadoes off to a good
start on their fourth with runs
of 5, 6 and 10 yards. A holding
penalty backed, the Tornadoes
up, but Dinkins displayed his


playmaking abilities again,
catching a pass and doing
most'of the work with his feet,
sprinting his way for a 75-yard
touchdown with 5:41 left in the
second quarter. Barron's PAT
put Bradford up 14-0.
SThe Rams, responded with
their best drive of the game,
marching 80 yards for a score.
Quarterback Dominique Oliver
had three runs for 24 yards and a
30-yard pass to Elijah Nelson on
a fourth-and-11 play. The long
pass play gave the Rams a first
down at theBradford 15 with
25 seconds left on the clock.
Bradford's Thomas broke up a
pass at the goal line, but Oliver
and Nelson would hook up again
fora 15-yard touchdown with 15
seconds left in the half.
The Tornadoes' Roderick
Broomfield then made what
eventually turned out to be a
huge' play, blocking the extra-
point kick, which left the Rams
trailing 14-6.
Bradford actually had a
chance to increase its lead before
the half ended. With time left for
one play from scrimmage, Luke
threw a pass to Dinkins, who


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Union's
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a move on
a couple of
Dixie County
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the Tigers' 30-
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When the Dixie County got
the ball back, they couldn't
convert, but neither could Union
County. Cox had four incomplete
passes, though the Bears were
called for pass interference on
the first one.
Cox was only 12-of-28 for 118
yards.
Against Hamilton County,
Cox was a perfect 5-of-5 for 99
yards.
Just when it looked like fans
had a game on their hands, the
scoring run was over as quickly
as it started, and the only thing


strict win


again looked as if he was on his
way to what would be a 57-yard
touchdown. Dinkins lost his
footing'near the Interlachen 20
and would eventually be brought
down at the 15.
It turned out to be the last
reception for Dinkins, who
finished the game with four
catches for 205 yards.
Despite the explosive plays
by Dinkins, Bradford's offense
never mounted any sustained
drives. The Tornadoes' first
possession of the second half-a
six-play drive-would be their
longest, and it only netted 14
yards.
Barron, stepping in for injured
punter Huggins, would get off a
perfect punt on that first drive
of the second half as the ball hit
at the 10-yard line and rolled to
the 1 before being downed by
Thomas. That would lead to the
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, awaiting everyone but the Bears
was a long ride home.
"We learned a lot of lessons
tonight:" Pruitt said.' "I do
want to say, that's a good Dixie
County team.... They deserved
a victory tonight:'
After the game, Pruitt told a
young, devastated team, "If you
don't do anything else out of this
loss, you've got to learn from it.
"Now, we've won with class,
for two years. We will lose with
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"It's hard to recover when
you've lost a game. You've got
to recover. This game is over. It
will go down in history. You'll
never get it' back. But are you
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sweet strawberry, unlike the strawberries being hogs) on
sold in grocery stores today that are larger and land of th
prettier than the strawberries of old, but without land each
taste, in the sea:
Strawberries are still being grown in Florida, but In conseq
the industry moved to Plant City for two reasons. Bradford-
Weather conditions are more favorable farther habitat.
south, with bloom-killing frosts non-existent, or I A few
springtime occurring earlier, providing a wider through
window of productions and sales. South Florida counties.
also has access to migrant workers, brought in truck crop
from the islands to work in sugar cane and citrus and empty
industries. grazing a
Bradford County growers could not compete Brooker
in the rough and tumble world of competition in independe
attracting workers. Brooker ii
Prior to strawberries becoming a money crop a painful
'for farmers in Bradford County, farm families town was
depended on cotton for dependable cash income, everyoneI
although Bradford County never saw the vast The fie
fields of cotton found in Columbia County, with with greer
its large acreage cleared by slave labor prior to the areas shot
War Between the States. (Historians and Yankees It's diff
call it the Civil War.) around B
The boll weevil came up from South America of the bes
in the late 1800s and moved into. Florida in'1920- area, whe&
21, destroying the industry across the Southland. abundance
S In the 1930s, after having lost the growing of in Bradfoi
cotton for a cash crop, farmers turned to tobacco sandy soil
and planted bright-leaf cigarette tobacco, with that agrici
most small-farm operators growing 5 acres. The cut
Throughout the early years, tobacco growing was 1933, whi
a family affair and labor intensive. Five acres ground fo
Swas all a family could grow and gather. Then, near Broo
too, a curing barn, required in the growing and land in A
curing process, could accommodate 5 acres, and from Broc
additional acreage required additional curing with a 6
space. Once the tobacco was processed, it then powered 1
had to be graded, leaf by leaf, and packed for the were cut,
market. .. stacked ir
Many of us remember the drive in recent the butt,
years to get people to quit the use of tobacco hauled to
because of health reasons, arid the drive was quite every step
successful. In fact, it all but destroyed the tobacco Today,
industry, and today the growing of tobacco in before thi
Bradford County lives only in memory. Where producers
next will area farm owners find a cash crop with 'a devices, a
guaranteed market? circular sa
Before World&War II, farm tractors were few in with a 20-
: this area, with the bulk of farming-even those could be
operations with large acreage-done with mules, timber, th
Manufacturers saw agriculture as a massive tree into b
market after the war and geared up for production. of saws
of tractors and related equipment, striking a gold picked up
mine. Even small, one-horse farmers had to have cut, elimir
a small tractor for turning land and cultivating-"1 'to'be&"back
crops, enabling them to increase the amount of 'oncewas.
land in cultivation and also the production per In the
acre. capable of
A few years following World War II, land mills could
Sowners thought they had found the key to riches time to tir
wvith 'the raising of broilers and lying hens, and on hand. II
built long, screened houses that are now rusting more pape
away. Chicken and eggs make up the mainstay of the 1960s,
the American diet, but neither the chickens nor ofcompute
eggs are produced in this area. The rusting metal Whatev
roofs of long buildings are a testament to a failed pulp for th
industry. never endi
Former Gov. Fuller Warren stifled a livestock promising
industry in Florida by outlawing animals on the
,highways. While the legislation saved lives and


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and cows), .it destroyed.the income of
il men that ran hundreds of cattle (and
open-range land without owning any
eir own. Cattle owners also burned the
year to allow grass to spring up early
son, to feed cattle during cold weather.
uence, there was no deer or turkey in
Union Counties because of the lack of

weeks ago, I had occasion too drive
Brooker and Union and Columbia
The Brooker fields, once teeming with
ps, tobacco, corn and peanuts, are bare
y except for grass. There is no livestock
.nd the farming scene is depressing.
farms were once a showcase for
ent farming operations. Having known
n' its heyday, the fields lying fallow are
reminder of the days when everyone in
ifivolved in agricultural pursuits, and
had spending money.
Ids in Union and Columbia were lush
n corn and vegetables, looking like farm
uld look at that time of year.
icult to understand the situation in and
3rooker, more especially since some
;t land in the county is in the Brooker
re fields of potatoes and beans grew in
e. In truth, there is little productive land
rd County. The redeeming feature of the
is that it grows pine trees, and it is there
ilture is most promising.
ting of pulpwood began iri this area in
en American Tung Oil began clearing
r ,the tung oil trees in Bradford County
ker, and China Tung Oil began clearing
lachua County, across Santa Fe River
oker. In the early days, workers cut trees,
-foot, cross-cut saw-'a back-breaker
by two men. Trees (yellow pines only)
then sawed into 4-foot lengths and
n pens. The blocks, some 30 inches at
were loaded on single-axle trucks and
the rail head--back-breaking labor at
p in the process.
timber is cut with a chain saw, but
s improved saw came on the market,
experimented with other labor-saving
mong which was a 36-inch to 48-inch
.w mounted on two wheels and powered
*horsepower, gasoline engine. The saw
turned 90 degrees for cutting standing
en returned to vertical for cutting the
'locks. The chain saw made other types
obsolete, and pulpwood blocks were
and loaded on trucks, where they were
eating the penning process. It continues
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Dear Editor:
Regarding the recent quote
from the St. Johns Water
Management District that "the
adopted MFLs in the Keystone
Heights area are not achievable,
even if there were no groundwater
withdrawals," is a self-serving
public relations statement
at best. It clouds accurate
scientific assessment and,
avoids responsibility for known
cumulative adverse effects of
JEA and other withdrawals,
presuming a condition for
comparison that will never exist.
Every resident of our area is
well aware of the long history
of the failure of the district to
expeditiously adopt prevention
or recovery on our lakes, or
to implement other readily
available and effective protective
measures.
Our lakes, aquifer and
economy continue to suffer
from a continuing bias that has
allowed and accelerated the
accumulative adverse effects of
water withdrawals which the
"pumps-off" model attempts
to minimize; this in support of
the district plan to significantly
lower levels on lakes in recovery
and suffering from lack of water
to make more withdrawals
possible.
The district is, in effect,
creating a "paper"' water
supply,, in part because it
ignored a worsening situation.
over more than 20 years, now,
finding itself, as the water
utility consortium gleefully
chastised, in the precarious
position of not being able to
"maintain current MFLs (lake
levels)."
Terry Brant
Legislative chairman
Santa Fe Lake
Dweller's Association
Melrose

Parent, staff v
relationship
important in
child care
Dear Edibr" '" "' rs ""' 'h""' -
Parents, have. placed great
confidence in Tigers Den by


form that are in the best interest'
of the child. The parents who ask
questions want to join us in the
growth and development of their
child. A parent who demands
from us is being an advocate for
theirchild.This requires our staff
to be patient, use their education
and be open-minded. The child,
teacher and parent need to work
together as a team so that the
child can reach milestones and
be successful.
No other field has the
responsibility of caring for
and educating a young life like
we have in early childhood
education. Therefore, we owe
parents the respect they deserve
for the trust they have displayed
in choosing us to care for and
help shape their child's life.,
Cynthia Box
Director, Tigers Den

Tillie's story

Dear Editor:
I first met Tillie in the middle
of 2011. She was hanging out at
a home near the public library
and had given birth to some
kittens. She, unfortunately, was
not being a good mother, and
she wouldn't feed them. So the
residents called me. I went by to
check it out and saw three tiny
kittens that were hungry and
Tillie. I took the kittens to my
place. I washable to take Tillie to
a foster home.
While I bottle fed the kittens
and struggled to keep them
alive, the foster home didn't have
a good report about Tillie. It
seemed she didn't like to be
around other cats and was not
a real friendly cat either. She
also had another problem. She
wasn't a pretty cat. Part of her
face was orange tabby, and the
other half black..The rest of her
body was a mismatch of color as
well. Given her temperament and
her appearance, we despaired of
ever finding Tillie a home.
B3ut in early 2012, a young
woman answered a newspaper ad
we had placed about Tillie. When
the woman arrived to visit with
Tillie, I made the comment that
Tillie might not come up to her
at all. So imagine mysurprise
when Tillie came right up to this
woman and let her pet her. The
woman seemed to like Tillie, and
Tillie seemed to like her. The
woman said Tillie picked her.
After a short time, we delivered
Tillie to this woman's home in
Gainesville, and, as in all of our
adoptions, we kept in contact to
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which consume mountains.of paper, question us, demand answers and
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wfacture of paper is insatiable and goes on with their child's daily
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a call from .this woman that shea
had fallen and broken her legi
and had to move .in with a friend
until she could recover. She hadg
remembered that I had..told herj
that if she ever needed help with-1
Tillie to call me. She couldn't
keep Tillie with her right now, butJ
wanted to put her i ih someone..
she trusted until she could. Shei
called Tillie her compamion,.So I'
drove to Gainesville and pickedj4
Tillie up and placed her in ourk
sanctuary.
As this woman struggles to, -
heal, return to work and find,
stable housing, I ha~e been able
to assure her that Tillie is doing
well and is safe. I can hear when
I talk to her that she truly\ mnissesi
Tillie.
Supporters of Sheltered
Animals is helping her, a.- mucd
as possible, get back on her
feet to be ready for Tillie to go
back home to the person %ho
loves her. I wish all animals had
someone who loved them. "
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11 T'FIIIIn 1Alllil Indians fall 16-12 on homecoming


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
Eustis High School's defense
scored nine points and gave its
offense the ball on the Keystone
9-yard line, resulting in seven
more points in the Panthers' 16-
12 win over Keystone Heights
during the Indians' homecoming
on Oct. 4.
After the two teams swapped
possessions following the
opening kickoff, Eustis' Grant
Reynolds pinned the Indians on
their own 9 with a 47-yard punt.
The Indian offense lost the ball
on a fumble during its first play
of the series, giving the Panthers
the ball on the Keystone 9.
Three plays later, the visitors ran
in from the 3-yard line, giving
Eustis (2-4) a 7-0 lead with 5:35
left in the first quarter.
The Indians (2-3) bounced
back with a drive of their own,'
covering 72 yards in 9 plays,
but two consecutive incomplete
passes stalled the drive on the
Eustis 9 and forced Keystone to
settle for a 24-yard J.J. Schofield
field goal, bringing the score
to 7-3 with 2:54 left in the first
quarter.
In the second quarter,
Schofield struck again from
31 yards, bringing the Indians
within one point of the lead.
Following Schofield's score,
the Indian defense held Eustis to
a three-and-out.
After a shanked Eustis punt,
Keystone took over on the
Panther 37.
On third-and-9 from the 36,
Blake Valenzuela scrambled to
avoid a sack and saw a receiver
downfield, but as his arm began
its forward passing motion, a
Eustis lineman hit the Keystone
quarterback, popping the ball
into the air, where another


--u u -- KHHS suffers

HOTDOGS 2/$1 3rd district
volleyball loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY,
SUNSET FARM Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Santa Fe swept the
BUN SiZiE Keystone Heights High School
BON SIZE'-______

HiOT or MILD UCHS

.S lOKED Continued from 3B
i SAUSA E *rest of your season?
"If you do, then shame on
:-SU S E you. We've got to get better.
Understand that. We have got to
learn from bur mistakes."
\ -After a bye week, the
$1999 Tigers host district opponent
S Newberry-their "nemesis," as


GRADE A BHS
FE HF RBEBVER Continued from 3B
SBradford defense forcing the
Rams to go three-and-out for the
L E G nerasecond straight time.
Interlachen drove into scoring
QA| RTE position i'n the fourth quarter,
|showing an ability to overcome
UA H completed a 22-yard pass on
$9 O a first-and-15 play and a 10-
$ 9 yard pass on a second-and-12
9 play, setting up a manageable
U third-and-2, which the Rams
1 converted. On a fourth-and-14
play from the Bradford 44,
AIM I R Dff Oliver completed a 29-,ard pass


Michael Carroll breaks free
during Keystone's only
touchdown drive. Photo
courtesy of Tonya Gibbs.
Panther defender ran by, grabbed
the ball and sprinted to the end
zone. Reynolds added the extra
point for a 14-6 Eustis lead with
6:31 left in the second quarter.
On Keystone's next possession,
Michael Carroll ran for 36 yards
on two rushes before Anton
Noble broke a 43-yard run for a
touchdown. Keystone failed on
a two-point conversion attempt
to leave the score at 14-12 with
4:57 left in the second quarter.
Eustis drove 73 yards to start
the second half, but the Indian
defense stiffened in its own
red zone, forcing the Panthers
into a fourth-and-1 from the
7-yard line. The fourth-down
pass attempt fell short, giving
Keystone the ball.
Two plays later, Valenzuela
hit Darein Gilio for a pass
completion, but an official
flagged an Indian player for
holding. Since Valenzuela was in
his own end zone at the time of


volleyball team 3-0 (25-12, 25-
20,25-17) on Oct. 3.
SThe loss evened the Indians'
District 5-4A record at 3-3.
Keerston Skinner and Morgan
Gibbs had seven and six kills,
respectively, with Skinner also
adding five service aces. Alexa
Born had 16 assists, while
Caiylen Gonzales had eight digs.
Keystone (6-4 prior to Oct. 8)


Pruitt calls them-on Friday,
Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m. It will be the
second of four straight District
7 games, which will decide the
Tigers' playoff hopes;:
The Newberry game. will, also!
be Murray Ford Night and Hall
of Fame Night-activities that
were originally scheduled for
Sept. 13.

Correction


to Nelson.
With a first down at the
Bradford 15, the Rams picked
up 7 yards on two runs by
Strickland. Oliver, though, threw
two straight incompletions as
the Rams turned the ball over on
downs.
Bradford running back Jarvis
DeSue appeared to have taken
the Tornadoes out of the shadow
of their end zone with an 11-
yard run to the 19, but a holding
'penalty backed the Tornadoes up
to 5. A fumble on the following
play rolled into the end zone,
with Interlachen's Nicholas
Zagami pouncing on it for a
touchdown.


the infraction, the referee ruled a
safety, giving Eustis its final two
points of the game, resulting in
the final score of 16-12.
Keystone ended the game ;
with 242 yards rushing and 61 ;
yards passing for 303 total yards.
Noble ran for 198 yards, and ;
one touchdown on 24 carries.
Carroll rushed for 44 yards on
five runs. Valenzuela completed
5-of-15 passes for 61 yards.
Eustis rushed for 67 yards ;:.
and passed for 124, totaling 191
yards of offense.
Lane Blanton led the Indian ,
defense with 10 tackles and 12
assists, including one tackle for
a loss. Gilio had nine tackles and ,,
six assists, including one tackle
for a loss. Gilio also caused a
fumble. Carroll had four tackles
and one assist, with one tackle
for a loss and one caused fumble.
Grant McGee had one tackle and
four assists. He also recovered a ':
fumble. Sam Anderson had four
tackles and seven assists. Austin
Hogg had an interception.
After the game, Keystone
head coach Chuck Dickinson
said his players must concentrate
on details. :
"We gave up nine points
tonight offensively," he said. "I
told the kids it's the little things
that wins the games. We've
got to do a better job Monday
through Thursday preparing and
focusing on those little things."
The kids played hard," he
continued. "The kids are giving
the effort. We have just got to
eliminate those little mistakes.
We keep shfiooting ourselves in-
the foot."
Keystone has a bye this week
before returning to action Friday,
Oct. 18, in a District 5-4A game
at the Villages at 7:30 p.m.


played Baker County prior to the.
Santa Fe match, defeating the'
Wildcats 3-0 (25-16, 25-19, 25-
17) on Oct. 1 in Glen St. Mary..
Skinner had nine kills and four:
aces, while Hanna Crane had 24
assists and three aces. Gonzales.
had eight digs, while Shelby
Skelly had two blocks.

See KHHS, 12B

In last week's game story,:
it was reported that Hamilton
County was the first team this.
season to prevent Union County
from scoring in the first quarter
and-the first team to score.first
against the Tigers. However,
West Nassau actually shut out
the Tigers for the first three
quarters on Sept. 6, though the
Tigers rallied by back in the,
fourth to win 13-10.


With the failed two-point play,
the Tornadoes were able to run
the clock out on a victory that
kept them as one of two District
5 teams without a district loss.
(Keystone Heights is the other.)
Lukefinished the game 4-of-9
for 205 yards, two touchdowns
and one interception.
Running backs Thomas and
DeSue gained 39 and 34 yards,
respectively, as Bradford gained
76 yards outside of Luke's
completions to Dinkins.
The Tornadoes host Class 5A
Wakulla on Friday, Oct. 11, at
7:30 p.m. The War Eagles (5-1)
are coming off of a 53-12 loss to
Godby.


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* THURSDAY, OCT. 10, .2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 7B


Hurricanes
have eyes
on another
SMAC title
game berth

SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
' -Could this be the year the
Suwvannee Middle School
Athletic Conference football
championship trophy gets held
aloft by a group of Hurricanes?
Bradford Middle School
s looking to advance to the
SMAC championship game for
the second straight year, and
Sthe Hurricanes were looking
pretty 'good going into this
past Tuesday's game 'against
SLake Butler. Bradford took *a
4-1 record into that game,-with
one of those four wins coming
against Williston, a team that
won ito lopsided contests
against the Hurricanes last year.
: If the Hurricanes defeated
L4ke Butler this past Tuesday
and go on to defeat P.K. Yojnge
on the road on Tuesday, Qct. 15,
they would then host the SMAC
championship game on Tuesday,
Qcl. 22, at 6 p.m.
The Bradford offense is
ipwered by a strong running
game. Charles Strong is the
leading rusher, with head, coach
William Brewington guessing
Strong probably had 900 yards
or more on the season prior to
playing Lake Butler. ,
Brewington said as good as
Strong is, a lot of his credit goes
to an offensive line composed of
J cob Alvarez, Jacob Hake, T.J.
[ oudermilk, Jordan Luke and
icquez Mosley.
Bradford's offense, which
lso features key player


Bradford's
Dakota Mathews
outruns a Fort
White player for
a first down in
the Hurricanes'
40-0 win on
Sept. 17. Photo
courtesy of
Patricia Cook.


Dakota Mathews-the team's
quarterback-averages between
250 and 300 yards a game,
Brewington said. Yet it may be
the defense that is the team's
strength. Brewington said
that unit is probably holding
opponents to an average of 150
yards per game.
The Bradford defense has
given up just four touchdowns
in five games and entered the
Lake Butler game off of a 41-0
win over Keystone Heights-
the Hurricanes' second shutout
of the year.
Brewington said the defense is
led by such players as lineman
Gerald Smith, linebackers
Aundre Carter and Joe Gorden,
and safety Caleb' Patray.
However, it sometimes seems
the entire team is on a play.
Brewington said the Hurricanes
fly to the ball, and after one
player makes an initial hit, three
or four more soon follow.
In .fact, when asked who
recovered a fumble in the win
over Keystone, Brewington
admitted he wasn't sure, saying
the entire defense was there.
It was Ashton Jackson, by
the way, who had the fumble
recovery, which led to a 60-yard


louchdo% n by Tally Chandler on
a screen pass from Mathews.
Chandler finished with two
touchdown receptions against
Keysl;one, while Strong had three
touchdown runs. One of Strong's
scoring runs covered more than
30 yards, while Cummings had
a 5QA-jdlis touchdown run.
qBraidford opened the season
with ai 22-6 loss to Baker County,
though Brewington said it was a
gamiet the Hurricanes could've
easily won. The Hurricanes,
who ;actually led 6-0 at the half,
comlinitted seven turnovers, one
of which Baker turned into a
touchdown.
"Ill my mind, there's no doubt
we ,i;hould be 5-0 right now,"
Brev'ington said prior to the Oct.
8 Lake Butler game.
The Hurricanes bounced back
in a Ibig way, defeating Chiefland
47-6':. They followed that with a
40-01 win over Fort White.
Then came Williston, which
defeated Bradford in last year's
SMAC championship game. The
Hurricanes hosted Williston on
Sepl. 24, and the two teams were
tied 8-8 at the half. Williston had
a chance toward the end of the
game after Bradford turned the
ball over on downs with more


than a minute to play. Bradford's
defense stepped up, though,
tackling a runner for a 10-yard
loss on first down. After an
incompletion on second down,
the Hurricanes gave up a yard on
a third-down running play.
That left Williston facing a
desperate situation on fourth
down. Bradford's Chandler
sealed the 16-14 win for the
Hurricanes when he pulled
down an interception in a jump-
ball situation.
It was a good feeling for the
Bradford head coach, who grew
up in Williston.
"It was a great feeling
and a well-celebrated win"
Brewington said.
This year's Bradford team
is composed of the following
players: Alvarez, Carter,
Chandler, Cummings, Gorden,
Hake, Jackson, Loudermilk,
Luke, Mathews, Mosley, Patray,
Smith, Strong, Noah Abourezk,
Dalton Baker, Trace Barber,
Holden Bell, Dakota .Betterson,
Cody Bowen, Charles Brown,
Taurus Coleman, Gabe Cook,
Paul Davis, Tylan Davis,
Murphy Dyess, Ryan Fishburnm,
Joshua Griffis, Brandon King,
Walker Knight, Cayden Martin,
Kyle Plasters, Brandon Ruis,
Peyton Welch, Dallin Wood,
Micah Wright and Tavi'en
Young.
Assistant coaches are Joe
Gorden, Rodney Mosley,
Charles Strong and Paul Tubley.
Sponsors for this year's
Hurricanes are Murray Ford
Superstore, Gator Domino's,
Florida Credit Union, Tony
and Al's Deli, the Downtown
'Grill and Let's Do It Video
Productions.
If you'd like to keep up with
on the team on Facebook, enter
a search for "BMS Hurricane
Football."


Tigers improve
to 11-5 in
volleyball

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Lilly Combs had 18 service
points- 11 of which were aces-
and 10 assists to help the Union
County High School volleyball
team defeat visiting Branford 3-0
(25-11,25-23,25-19) on Oct. 7.
Combs also had two blocks
and six digs for the Tigers (11-
5 prior to Oct. 8). Kayla Nettles
had 10 assists as well, while
Kayla Andrews had nine kills,
six points, five aces and eight
digs.
Taylor Joyner and Kaylan
Tucker each had six kills, with
Joyner also adding eight points,
two aces and three blocks.
Tristyn Southerland had five
kills and 14 digs.
The Tigers played five matches
prior to the Branford match,
starting with a 3-2 (25-21, 11-
25, 23-25, 29-27, 15-9) win over
District 7-1 A opponent Newberry
on Sept, 30 in Newberry.
Combs had 22 service
points- 11 of which were aces-
and 16 assists, while Andrews
and Tucker had 11 and 10 kills,
respectively. Andrews added 16
digs, while Tucker had eight digs
and three blocks. Southerland
had 15 digs and seven kills, while
Joyner and Nettles had three and
two blocks, respectively. Nettles
also had 10 assists.
On Sept. 24, the Tigers took a
3-0 (25-21, 25-15, 25-17) road
win over Branford. Combs had
12 points, eight aces and 11
assists, while Andrews had 15
kills and 16 digs. Nettles had
13 assists to go along with two
blocks, while Southerland had
six kills, nine points and 10 digs.


In a 3-1 (21-25, 25-21, 25-
11,25-18) road loss to Crescent
City on Sept. 26, Nettles had 10
assists, 11 points and six aces,
while Combs had six assists, 12
digs, 10 points and seven aces.
Andrews had 13 digs, while
Tucker and Southerland had nine
and eight, respectively.
Southerland and Tucker added
six and five kills, respectively
while Joyner had two blocks. |
The Tigers improved to-5-l!
in District 7 with a 3-0 (25-18j
26-24, 25-21) win over visiting
Dixie County on Oct. 1. Andrews
had 11 kills, 12 points, four
aces and 14 digs, while Nettles,
Southerland and Tucker each had
seven kills. Nettles added nine
assists, while Southerland had
nine points, five aces and nine
digs. Tucker had seven points
five aces, two blocks and six
digs.
Joyner and Combs had nine
and seven points, respectively,
with Combs adding 15 assists
On Oct. 3, the Tigers traveled
to Fort White, defeating the
Class 4A Indians 3-1 (14-25,25-
19,25-19,25-15).
Andrews, Southerland andi
Tucker each had eight kills
Andrews added 10 points'
three aces and 12 digs, while
Southerland had four aces and 12
digs. i.
Joyner had seven kills, fivd
aces and two blocks, while
Nettles and Combs had 13 and
10 assists, respectively. Comb4
added 10 points and six aces. i
Union played district opponent
Chiefland this past Tuesday,
and will travel to play district
opponent Williston on Thursday,
Oct. 10, at 6:30 p.m. The Tiger
travel to Starke on Monday, Oct
14, to play Bradford at 5:30 p.m
before then traveling to Glen St
Mary on Tuesday, Oct. 15, tc
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--TUXRIES A


Brantley Mason
Arnold
DO1( iLASV I.I.IF, (6A.-
Brantley' Mason Arnold. 8 days
old, of Douilasisville. (;ai., died on
Saturda\.Sept. 28, 2013
He was horn in Doiuglas\,llc on
Sept. 20 to,.lohnn\ Rohertson and
Melissa Dawn Arnold.
He., is stirvi\cd h, : parents.
SJohnny Robertson and Melissa
Arnold of Douglasville; brother,
..Elijah Robertson of' Dallas, Ga.:
and sisters Alena Beitlcr. Christina.
Beitler and Ashle\ Bcitlcr. all of
Keystone Heights.'
I Funeral services were held Oct. 4
at Keystone Heights C'emetery, with
Pastor Penny Goldman officiating.
.Arrangements are 'under.the. care
and direction. of Archic Tanner
Funeral'Services.

Harvey Batton
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Harvey Glenn Batton, 69, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
S Oct. 1, 2013, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center.
He was born on June 23, 1944, at
St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonv'ille
to the late'Harvey Green and Lilla
Mae (Cox): Batton. He was a driver's
license examiner with the Florida
Highway Patrol, in 19,66. In 1967, he
was a deputy constable with the city
of Jacksonville and later became a
deputy sheriff with the Jacksonville
Sheriff's 'Office, from 'which he
retired. He was a member of Trinity
Baptist Church. : '
.,He is survived by: his wife of 50
years, Carolyn Ann (Free) Batton;
children Ward (Lindaj Batton of
Bronson, Martha (David) Fachko of
Ytilee and Charlene (Kyle) Beebe of
Marianna; sisters Sylvia Adams and
JoAnn Taylor, both of Jacksonville;
10 grandchildren; and mother-in-
law, Barbara Mae Kemp. . "
Funeral services' were conducted
on Oct' 5, with Pastor James Peoples
and Rev7 Jim Hubbard officiating.
The burial followed at. Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
The family has requested that'
in lieu of flowers, contributions
be made to Trinity Baptist Church
C6mdagt"-.inistries. P.O: Bo\ 1099.
Keysfcine Heigh.s, FL'32656,
A.&.' A ements are unrier the care
?f'Jpo;a. l aer Funeral Home.:
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Kenneth Carmichael
Kenneth
Carmichael...
'' '.STARKE-Kenneth "Kenny'
Carfni-chael- -.4' of Starke wen
hom ltI -.'With the Lord on Frida\
OM.. 4' 20bl3' at Shands at tih
. Uir'ersitv of Florida
'. He "was born in Gaine\,ille
onr Dec& 25, 1978, to Kenneth Lee
Carmichael and the late Margare
Marine Griffis' Kenn. "as a li felony
resident of Bradford Count%
qnd- a. longtime member of Bili
Baptist .Church. He enjoi,ed hi:
12-5ear career :is a fabricator and
instafier for All Purpose Glass ii
',acksonyille. Kenny was known as
jokester, always joking with others
Kenny enjoyed good. cooking
-hunting, fishing and spending time
with his family..
Kenny was preceded in death
.by: his maternal grandparents., San
'and'Dorthy Griffis; and his paterna
grandfather, Gilbert Carmichael.
J, Kenny is survived by: hi
loving wife of 12 years, Amand;
Carmichael of Starke; sons Jonathat
Carmichael and Conner Tyliczka
,both of Starke; his father, Kenneth
.J.Leed Carmichael of Interlachen
his paternal'grandmother, Norma
-


Roush of Hampton: brothers Tyler
and Dustin Carmichael, both of.
Interlachen: and sisters Amber
(D)u.\id) Ballinger of Starke and
Brenna Carmichael of Interlachen.
Funcc:al services were held
Oct. 8 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Ser ices, with Pastor Roger Worten
officiating. Initerment followed at
(Crosbv Lakc Cemnietcry.
A rrangcmcnts are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
\\ \\\\.archietianierftineralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
hook. t ,
PAID OBITUJARY

James Clark
L, AKE3 BUTLER-Jamnes Wesltey
Clark,' 76, of Lake Butler, died
on Tuesday, Oct. I, 2013,.at his
residence after a brief illness.
He was born.on Sept. 12, 1937,
in High Springs to Frank Clark and
Aletha Lee Parrish Clark. He was
a street and highway maintenance
man in Jacksbnville.
He was preceded in death by:
parents, Frank and Aletha Clark;
and sisters Shirley Clark, Gloria
Clark, Sylvia Clark and Linda
Clark.
He is survived by: sisters Lisa
(David) Finley and Margie Leasure.
Memorial services were
conducted on Oct. 5 at Little
. Rainbow Learning Center in Lake
Butler.
Archer Funeral Home. of Lake
Butler is in charge ofarrangements.


Eric Cowart
Eric Cowart,
HIGH SPRINGS-Eric Andrew
Cowart, 36, of High Springs died on
Friday,Oct. 4, 2013.,
He ,was born in Gainesville
on Jan;. 8,1977, to Charles Bryan
Cowart and Deborah Lynn Johnson
SSapp. He wvas a resident of Bradford
Cuunt) andwas a metal fabricator.
..,*: --. ,Wq u-prft#d0d (# deqtjjj
by:. his .i rnate.rnal grandfatherr.
.-. Wi;lliam"Jdhfnadfri,"Ah'f' lhi~ttternatl"
grandparents; Charlie' and Dessie
Cowart.
He is' survived' by: father,
Charles (Laura) Cowart of Starke;
mother. Deborah. (David) Sapp
of Starke, fharcde, Tina Bolto'n of
'High Springs; sister, Tina (Denver)
Kelso of Deland; and maternal
grandmother, Alberta Crawford of
k :, -Starke.
", -- Funeral ser ices till be held
t Thur;daN. Oct. 10. at .11 .a.m. at
Archie Tanner. Funeral Services,
Swith Brother Glenn Sandquist
officiating Interment will follow at
CrosbN Lake Cemetery. The family
e will receie friends on Oct. 10, one
t hour prior to the funeral. .
g Arrangements are under the care
. and direction of Archie .Tanner
e F u neral Services"'of Starke.
s." '' . : .- "

i Guy Haimmon Jr.
S STARKE-Guy T. Hammoni Jr.,
53, passed away on Friday, Sept. 6,
e at Shands UF.
He'was born in .Charleston, S.C.,
h but lived most of his life in Starke.
n Guy is survived by: his mother,
i Lena B. O'Neal; three brothers;
six sisters; and several nieces and
s nephews.
a : He was preceded in death by: his
n sister, Barbara A. Harrington; and
, brothers Buck L. Kight and James
h 'Benny" Kight.
; Many lives are being blessed and
a. saved .through Guy, who was an


organ donor.
Arrangements and services have
been under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home, and a private
memorial will take place at a later
date.
PAID|OBITUARY

Maeola Hunt
LAWTEY-Maeola B. Hunt, 79,
of Lawtey died on Saturday, Oct.
5, 2013, at Haven Hospice Center
Gainesville.
She was a member of Macedonia
Missionary Baptist Church and later
became a member of Good Hope
Missionary Baptist Church. She
attended and graduated from the
schools of Bradford County.
She is survived by: daughters,
Brittney Mitchell of Lawtey and
Carol Hunt of California; son,
Dan'ny Hunt of California; sisters
Mercedes Coleman of Starke and
Alma Scott of 'St. Petersburg;
brothers Tedrick rBrown of
Hampton, Charlie Brown of Lawtey
and Dozie Brown of St. Petersburg.
Funeral services will be held
at I1I a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12,
at Macedonia Missionary Baptist
Church in Hampton, with Rev. J.B
Richardson conducting the services.
Interment will be held at Hampton
Cemetery. Visitation will be held on
Friday, Oct. 11, at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial chapel. Family hour is
from 4 p.m. until 5 p.m. Friends are
welcome from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
Viewing will also be held one hour
prior to the service at the church.
The cortge will line up at the
church at 10:50 a.m. on Oct. 12.
Arrangements are under the
direction :of Haile Funeral Home
Inc.

William Johnson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
William "Will" Christopher
Johnson, 35, of Keystone Heights
died on Wednesday, Oct. 2,2013, at
his residence.
He was born in Jacksonville on
Dec. 22, 1977. He was a carpenter
with Bradley Construction.
His father, Michael Johnson,
preceded him in-death.
He is survived by: son, Connor;
mother, Patricia (Hutson) Johnson
of Keystone Heights; sisters Tina
Marine (Carlos) Urbizo of Pembroke
Pines and Brandi (Carlos Holguin)
'Suco' of Keystone Heights; and
maternal grandmother, Mary
Hutson of Keystone Heights.
S A memorial service will be held,
at I p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12, at
First Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights, with Rev. Daniel Findley
officiating. In lieu of flowers, the
family has requested contributions
please be made to the Salvation
Army, 2795 ,C.R. 220, Middleburg,
FL 32068. .
Arrangements are undetthe care
bf Jones-Gallagher Funeral: Home
of Keystone Heights.


I


We the Carter family would
like t6 express our kindness
to every family, church
Sand friend for the food,
prayers, cards, flowers,
smiling faces and visitors
that came and sat with us.
It made a big difference
in our lives knowing that
so many people cared. We
personally can't thank you
enough for all you did in
this time of bereavement.
A very special thanks to
Hospice of the Nature
Coast, Starke C.O.G. by
SFaith Baptist Church,
Harvest of Christ Century
Church and Greater B.
Freewill Baptist Church all
of Starke. May God bless
everyone for being so kind.
The Carter Family


David C. Proffitt
LAKE BUTLER-David C.
Proffitt, 56, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, Oct. 3,2013, from injuries
sustained in a motorcycle accid ent.
He was born on July 3, 19,55, to
Ilene and the late Gilbert Proffitt
in Connersville, Ind. He resided in
Union County and was a sergeant at
Union Correctional Institution. ,
SHe was preceded in death by: his
father; and his son Randy Profi'itt.
He is survived by: his wife of
30 years, Barbara Burch Proffitt;
daughters Angie and Tonya Pnroffitt;
son Mark Crawford; mother, Illpne P.
Price; and three grandchildren;..
Funeral services were held Oct. 7
at Archer Funeral Home.


Margie Tidier
Margie Tidier-
TEXAS-Margie, Mat hews
Tidier was born Nov. 14, 1923, in
Philadelphia. 'She went to be' with
the Lord Saturday, Sept. 28.2013. at
the age of 89. She was loved and; will
be terribly missed by her family and.
many friends. .
She was preceded in death by
husbands William (Billy) Dovling
and Burton E. Tidier; parents 'Roy
and Dell Mathews; two. broilhers,
Roger Mathews'and James'Math ews;
and one sister, Martha. Mathews
Hood.
She is survived by: five chilcjren,
William Dowling. James (Delbbie)
Dowling, Margie '(Randy) Daliton.
Nancy (Gary) Kinard and Mairian,
(Randall) Crawford; three
stepchildren, Richard (Nelia) Ti.dler,
Bettsy Charlest Wermine anid 'Sara
(Charles) Crew. si\ grandchilcllren,
two great-grandchildren: and one
brother. Edward iCharliei Maihot.s.
She attended Bradford County
High School and was an active
member of the Bradford Co unt%
community. For many years,.M.irgie:
was the dIt -,, ector and Eldeor of
First Presroyteri'aChurch of St:irke
She owned and operated Dowiling
'Produce Market and was known
by many as their "'first emplo'er."
She 'authored' an autobiogriphN
titled "Privileged Childhc.od.'
Additionally, she traveled
throughout the United States as well
as other parts of the world. W<% all
enjoyed the wo,-nderlul stories or her
adventures. First and foremost, she
remained true to her faith in Jesus
Christ and will always remain a
beautiful testament of that God can
do if one gives Him ;heir life.
A memorial service was helix on
Oct. 3 at Schertz Funeral Home, %ith
a reception at the Arm, Residnce
Comnrunity in San Antonio. The
family requests that any memorials
be made in Margie's namet.,ot firsi
Presbyterian Church in Starke. '..
You are in\ ited to sign the
electronic guestbook at .www.
schertzfuneralhome.com . .
Arrangements are withSchiertz
Funeral Home.
PAID OPITUIARY

Tina Yeauger
STARKE-Tina Marie Yea'iiger,
40, of Starke. sent home to be with


t(i Invt ulang care 'oy' rputienis.


TimothN (Uyen) McFadden,
(imberl\ McFadden, Scott
McFadden. and Daniel (Vickij
MlcFadden. .%
A rosary and a celebration mass,'
vas held on Oct. 9'at St. William
Ca'holic Church, with FatherMike
WVilliams Presiding. Burial followed
at Keystone Heights Cemetery. P
In lieu of flowers, contributions,'
:an be made to Boys Town Nebraska, i
200 Flanagan Blvd., P.O. B..x. 6000Q
Boys Town, NE 68010.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights; .

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he Lord on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, 1
it her residence surrounded by her
ami!N
She, as born in Columbus, Ohio,
on Feb. 10., 1973, to the late Richard
Conkey and' Rosemary Sheehy-
Conkey. Tina attended Sampson (
City Church of God and enjoyed
spending time t ith her family
Tina was preceded in death bN:
heicr parents. and sisters Cher) (
Adkins and Diane Boers.. ,
Tina is survived by: her loving
husband of 22 years, Jason Yeauger
of Starke; her children, Steven
(Emilie) Yeauger of Starke and l
Whitney Yeauger of Starke; her
brother, Richard (Kim) Conke%
of 'Columbus;. her sisters Darlene
(Chuck) Jones of' -Daytona, Rita
Conkey of Columbius, Becky
(Kenny) Scott of Athens, Ohio, and
May (Rick) Gaddis of Lakeland;
and her grandson, Jayden Michael
Goodman.
Funeral services were held Oct. 4
at31 Archie Tanner Funeral Ser'ices,
with Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Interment follo%%ed at Santa Fe
Cemetery
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanqer
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
wvww.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

David Whitcomb
DELAND-Dasid M. Whitcomb,
47, of DeLand, and formerly of
Keystone Heights, died on Sunday,
Sept. 29,2013. follow% ingan extended
illness.
He was born in Cleveland on
May 6, 1966. He received his B.A.
in economics from Florida State'
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Sin Bradford,
Clay or Union
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were arrested recently by
local alaw enforcement officers
-in :Bradford.. Union or Clay
(Key stone Heights area)
counties:

Keystone/Melrose
Thomas Boyland, 52.
of Key)stone. Heights was
rested Sept.' 25 by Clay
tputles for possession of a
controlled substance without
a prescription, manufacturing
methamphetamine or
phencyclidine in a structure
Smith a person 16 years oldor
younger in the structure and
possession of 28 grams or more
of phencyclidine.

Helene Holland, 44. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 25 by Clay deputies
for.-selling, manufacturing or
delivering, or possessing wilh
intent to sell, manufacture, or


deliver, a controlled substance.
She was also charged with
possession of a listed chemical
with the intent to unlawfully
manufacture, a controlled
substance.
Quentin Leonard Cooper.
29. of Melrose was arrested
Oct. I by Putnamrn deputies for
possession of a weapon by a
felon or delinquent.
Tornmmy Falana. 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 7 by Clay deputies for
aggravated assault with a deadly,
weapon and battery.

Verna Foley, 31, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 7
by Clay deputies for driving.
with a suspended,- revoked or
disqualified license.

Allen Grimes, 22. of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. I by
Cla. deputies for a probation
%iolation.

Cady Holland. 22.of Ke. stone
Heights was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies for petit thefl't.


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Daniel Kelley, 36, of Keystone
Heights w8as arrested Oct. 3 by
Clay deputies for DUI.
Benjamin McKenna, 21, of
Keystone Heights w'as arrested
Oct. 7 by Clay deputies for
possession of less than 20 grams
of cannabis.
Lena Mossuto. 23. of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies for petit theft.

Robert Von Roberson, 47, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 1 by
Putnam deputies for battery.

Jessica Ross, 22,' of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 6 by
Clay deputies for grand theft.

Kyle Shepard, 20, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 6 by
Clay deputies for allowing an
.open house party where alcohol
was possessed or consumed by.a
minor.

John Tetstone, 41, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies for a probation
violation.
Tony Willis, 21, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 2 by
Clay deputies for aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon,
domestic battery, 'trespassing
and criminal mischief.


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Adam Edward Adkins, 34, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.

Rickie Louis Bingham, 59, of
Orlando was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke police for trespassing.

Cheryl Lynne Birk, 50, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 2 by
Lawtey police for driving under
the influence, driving with a
suspended/revoked license and
resisting an officer.

Ciara Shawnetta Bradley,
24, of Hawthorne was arrested
Oct. 4 by Bradford deputies for
failure to appear.

Thomas Moab Bradley, 50,
of Hampton was arrested Oct.
7 by Bradford deputies for
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revoked license, driving under
the influence, possession of
drugs, probation violation and
smuggling contraband.

Rick Roy Bumpus, 55, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 3 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.

Charles M Chason, 40, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 6 by
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Joe Luis Cirerol, 28, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 3 by
Bradford deputies for battery
and for a weapon offense.
Valarie Christa Cox, 33, of
Homosassa was arrested Oct. 3
by Bradford deputies for battery
and for a weapon offense.

Bo James Dampier, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 6
by Starke police for disorderly
intoxication, two charges of
resisting an officer and criminal
mischief-property damage:

Walter Shane Davis, 23, of
Waldo was arrested Oct. 1 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.

Houston James Fender, 21,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 2
by Bradford deputies for illegal
hunting/possession of wild game
and possession of a weapon by
a convicted felon: He was also
charged with five counts of
probation violation by Probation
and Parole.

Earl Bernard Green, 41, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of cocaine and possession of
drug equipment.

Allen Tereal Grimes, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 3 by Bradford deputies for
probation violation.

Maurice Donelle Hankerson,
33, was arrested Oct. 6 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana..

James J. Harn, 45, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 3 by Bradford
deputies for withholding child
support.

James Ray Harris, 27, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 1 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation and an out-of-county
warrant.

Jenna Lynn Langtry, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oci. 4 by Bradford deputies
for "fraud-insufficient funds in
checking.

Patr ck Laverne Marks, 42,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.

Carl Frances Mckinley, 33, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 5 by
Starke police for larceny.

Shawn Jason Mckinney, 33,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies 'for driving
with a suspended/revoked
license.

Jeffery Wayne Morrow, 32,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended/revoked license.

Adam Douglas Nettles, 39,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 1 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana and drug equipment
and for production of marijuana.

Michael Ed.vard Nettles, 54,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies for production
of marijuana.

Shawn Daren Nettles, 47, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.


Obiora M. Nwokedi, 48, of
St. Petersburg was arrested Oct.
4 by Lawtey police-for driving
with a suspended- or revoked
license and expired license.

Pamela Padgett, 56, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 2 by Starke
police for larceny.

Randall Rufus Prevatt, 48, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 7 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
intoxication, battery and criminal
mischief-property damage.

James Martin Rulevitch, 47,
of Waldo wasarrested Oct. 1 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear.

Chase Benjamin Smith
Starling, 23, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 5 by Starke police
for driving under the influence.

Deon Anthony Smith, 37, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
7 by Lawtey police for driving
with a suspended or revoked
license,

Traver Lane Tetstone, 21, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies for probation
violation.
Edwin Glenn Vickery, 28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 7 by
Starke police for battery.

Corey Jeron Williams, 30, of
Orlando was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford deputies on four out-
of-county warrants.

Stephen Paul Winston Wilson,
50, Of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 2 by Lawtey police for a
driving under the influence and,
resisting an officer. ,
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Felicia Lynn Settles, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
17 by Union deputies for battery.

Kimberly Jean Moran, 49, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 2
by Union deputies for battery.

Jessica Clark, 28, of Lake City
was arrested Oct. 2 by IUnion
deputies for an out-of-cointy
warrant.

Ricky Lamar Legree, 21, of
Lake City'was arrested by Union
deputies Oct. 7 for charges
stemming from a robbery and
drug deal in April of this year.
He was charged with attempted
felony murder, robbery, larceny
and battery.

Christopher Paul Leach, 32, of
Green Cove Springs was arrested
Oct. 7 by Union deputies for an
out-of-county warrant.

Jerry Alan Johnson, 38, of
Lake 'Butler was arrested ,Oct.
7 by Union deputies for driving
while license is suspended/
revoked, possession of narcotic'
equipment and an out-of-county
warrant.

Joseph S. Gravitz, 28, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 6
by Union deputies for disorderly
intoxication.;

Christopher Edward
Edenfield, 24, of Lake 'Butler
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Outdoors

outlook,

sharpening-

knives with
Jim Faltz
The University of Florida's
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences tells us that .we can
took for the following during the
month of October:,
Northeast Florida: Look for
migrating Peregrine falcons in
natural areas, especially along
the coast as they follow the
shorebirds;
Warbler migration peaks
early this month;
Monarch butterfly
migration nears its peak along
Florida's Gulf coast;
Sandhill cranes that nested
in more northern latitudes move.
down to join our resident birds;
Flying squirrels will be
moving into pecan groves as the
nuts ripen.
Do not miss out on this
wonderful fall weather and
your favorite outdoor activities
because fish and wildlife
recognize the beauty of it as
well. The cooler weather has
stimulated the bass bite, panfish
are still being caught and some
people are catching specks to our
south. Additionally, the inshore
saltwater bite is also producing
good results..
Colten and Zach Griffis
launched their boat at the Vilano
Beach Ramp in St. Augustine
last. week and walked away
with five keeper trout and two'
reds. The most ex6fting part of
the catch was the fact they used
top-water lures as their bait of
choice. Apparently, the action


Jason McClellan displays
a 10-point buck he brought
down bow hunting.

was frequent and explosive.
Tate Williams, taking after
his dad, Justin Williams, and
his granddad, Lamar Williams,
is making his own mark'as a
hunter. As a matter of fact, he
was able to bring down the buck
in the attached photo with his
bow.
Jason McClellan is proving
that he is as good of a hunter as a
fisherman. With his bow-hunting
outfit, he brought down the nice
buck in the attached photo.
Like true hunters and
fishermen, neither Williams nor
McClellan were very detailed
with their hunting locations.

Jim Faltz: honing a burr
The lull between summer
fishing and hunting season is
a great time to round up all
your knives and renew their
edges to the point that they
will shave hair and cut paper.
Jim Faltz has sharpened knives
for 25 years, and for the last
23 he has displayed his knives
and sharpened knives in the
Knife Shack at the 'Waldo Flea






Tate Williams
Displays a buck
that he brought
down with his
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Market. During the remainder
of his work week, he operates
out of a fully supplied mobile
vehicle that will travel to where
the business is. Faltz actually
uses powier-bench sanders and
electrical grinders mounted with
paper-based wheels to sharpen
his knives. All of his wheels
are supplemented with the
appropriate chromium polish to
prevent heat and produce a scary
sharp edge.
He does, however, know how
to do the same job by hand and
enjoys providing directions for
those who are interested. The
first job on a new knife is to
start with a coarse whetstone
or diamond block to set or
reinforce the current 22-degree,
single-sided beveled edge on
the knife. Holding the knife at a
steady and consistent 22 degrees
to the flat sharpening block
makes the 22-degree beveled
edge. When that same edge is
made on both sides of the knife,
the total beveled edge of the
knife will be 44 degrees.
Faltz says that it is very
important in the initial
sharpening process to form a
burr on the sharp edge of the
knife blade. As the knife is
stroked across the coarse stone
at a 22-degree angle, metal is
microscopically scraped from
the blade, and this forms a
rough, wiry edge on the blade tip
that can be felt on one side or the
other. This burr that is formed
from the sharpening strokes will
actually fold slightly to the side
opposite the sharpened side. The
burr can actually be felt by softly
rubbirfg a finger flat against
the blade with the fingertip
encroaching, but not against, the
cutting edge.
Make sure that the fingertip
moves outward from the cutting
edge as it runs along the side of
the blade to prevent a cut. If no
slightly rough edge is detected,
move to the opposite 'side of
the blade and repeat the action.
When the -burr is detected, you
should use a lighter sharpening
stroke, alternate blade sides and
use a sharpening block or stone
that is of increasingly finer
material,,Ceramic, sticks,, are
'finer thaqT.mrst stones.*
SLastly, you should finish the
process with a leather strop.
The burr will become less
noticeable until it is totally
honed and polished away,


Jim Falz working with knives at the Knife Shack he has worked in for the past 23
years.


producing a sharp edge. Not
following these directions could
easily result in the burr being
popped off, returning the blade
to a dull edge.
If these directions prove to be
too boring and monotonous, you
can always take your knife to the
Waldo Flea Market on Saturday
or Sunday, and Faltz will put
that desired edge on it in a few
minutes.


Tight lines and safe hunting
until next week.

Outdoors calendar
Oct. 12, squirrel by gun;
Oct. 19, deer and turkey by
muzzleloader;
Oct. 24, Crosshorn
Ministries meeting,7 p.m. at the
Starke Golf and Country Club;.
Nov. 2, deer and turkey by
legal gun;


Nov. 3, new moon;
Nov. 17, full moon. ~

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41 Auctions 52. Animals & Pets
42 Motor Vehicles & Accessories 53A Yard Sales,
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44 Boats &ATVs 53C Lake Butler Yard Sales
45 Land for Sale 54 Produce
46 Real Estate Out of Area 55 Wanted
47 Commercial Property 56 Anti ues
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48 Homes for Sale 58 Child/Adult Home Care
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 59 Personal Services
50 For Rent 60 Home Improvement


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Classified Ads


(9041964-6305

(3521473-2210

(3861496-2261


11B



SWhere one call

does it all /


STARKE across from Coun-
try Club. Immediate occu-
pancy, 3BR/1BA. house,
complete renovated, New
carpet; vinyl, cabinets, ap-
pliances, on 1/2 acre, in-
cludes lawn care, Service
animals only, no smok-
ing, references. $700/mo.
$700 deposit. Immediate
occupancy. Ideal for small
family or couple.Call 904-
6,62-3735 please leave
message if no answer.
DOUBLE WIDE TRAILER.
3"BR/2BA. For rent. $800/
mo. $1000 deposit, newly
remodeled. .
2,3, and 4 Apartments now
available. $89'moves you
in. Income restrictions ap-
ply. Call or stop by today.
904-368-0007.900 S Wa-
ter St. Starke, FL 32091.
KEYSTONE Rentals,
2BR/1BA CH/A house,
$600/mo. 2BR/1BA mo-
-.bile homes, $500-$600/
.mo. All on small spring
'lfed lake, sandy beach.
'-Call for more information.
_352-226-6226.
2BR/ 1 BA. CH/A. VERY
.,clean. Quiet area. Wa-
'ter & lawn maintenance
provided. $495/mo. Plus
...eposit. 904-364-8135.
MOBILE HOME. for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call,.904-290-
0083 OR 904-964-5006
DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/2BA.
Extra clean, fenced yard,
Iront and back porches.
'service animals only.
$575/mo. plus deposit,
.south of Starke. Call 352-
1468-2674.
2FR/1 BA. Single-wide' be-
.tween Raiford & Lake
.Butler. CH/A. 14 ft wide.,
'$300 deposit. $550/mo.
904-305-8287. 904-263-
.3999. .
3BR/2BA,, SWMH. (off Gei-
ger Rd.). $,75/mo. Call
0352-485-1956 or 352-
.497-3934, leave mes-
*,sage .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
'Roll id handicap
"shower, plus bath # 2
,double wide, fully
:fenced yard, Florida
Room, $650/mo, Se-
.nior discount available.
* 352-473-5745. P
?BR/1BA. Mobile Homes,
SCH/A. new carpet, new
.*stove, on land. $600/mo.
S$500 deposit. $150.non
refundable pet deposit.
SCall 386-631-6381..
$535/MO. SPACIOUS
1 BR/1 BA. 904-234-6481.


-52
,Animals and
Pets
COOKING FOR DOG
CAGE It someone has a
Sdog cage I will gladly take
Sit. 904-769-8077.


REGISTERED GERMAN
SHEPHERD puppies.
$425: Now taking depos-
SIts. 904-631-9441.
BASIC .Dog' Obedtence
STraining II interestea
,please send email to.,
Happy Tails @ LIljnI-
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53A
Yard Sales
HUGE WEST CALL
STREET SALE RE-
TURNS Friday & Satur-
day. Tools, house hold
goods, kitchen wares,
toys, sporting goods,
furniture- bedroom, din-
ing, living room, electron-
ics, linens & clothing.
much more & PRICED
TO SELL. 524 West Call
Street (near Winn Dixie).
AVIS'S ATTIC 50% off sale.
322 S Walnut St. Starke,
Fl. Moving to Keystone
Nov. 1, 2013. New loca-
tion. 322 SE SR 100.
Suite A Keystone. 904-
964-9596.
FRI. & SAT. 8am.-5pm. All
kind of items, ceramics,
toys, truck tires, wrestling
memorabilia of all kind.
Check for large sign on
side of road. 8 miles S. of
Starke on 301. Go past
Highway 18 on 301 S.
FRI. & SAT. 8am-? SR 100
West (turn on to 100A).
Follow signs. Furniture,
clothing, tower tools, etc.
2 FAMILIES Sat. 9-1.15604
SW 161st St. (New River
Brooker). Tools, appli-
ances, other household,
& misc.
FRI. SAT. Hospital, turn
left at 1ST Pres Church.
go 1 mile, follow signs
Exercises equip Lots of
house hold it ems, doing
and baby items, :
FRIDAY ONLY, 8am.-? 224
Bradford Drive, across
from hospital. Variety of
items.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE,
Thurs. 8am.-3pm. Fri.
8am.-lpm. Hwy 301- turn
on road by Old Kuckle-
draggers, follow orange
signs. Lots of good stuff.
964-2369..
FRI. SAT: 8AM'-4PM. 10332
NW CR 225, Starke. Rid-
ing mower, household
items, much more. Every-
thing must go.


53B
KeystoneYard
Sales
GARAGE & FURNITURE
SALE, Fri. & Sat. 9am.-
2pm. Lochmond Drive,
Keyslone Heignis Corn-
puler & cabinet, dining


room set, coffee tables,
pictures, Etc. Price to Go.
YARD SALE Sat, 8am.-
2pm. SR. 21 to Gas line
Rd. Keystone, follow
signs. Misc, furniture,
: chairs, lots of knicks
Snacks, pictures, clothes
Would like offer'on all
to go.


55
Wanted
.CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352,.-
445-3909.


57
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Trac-
tor w/canopy-MFWD 85
hp, 3 hitch-2 remotes.
.640 loader. 1'964 Gal-
lon grader. 1995 Fer-
guson roller. 1989 Ford
350 Dually diesel truck.
1996 Hallmark 8x16.5.
ft. enclosed trailer. 1970,
F 750 single-axle Ford
.dump truck w/equipment
trailer. 12 ft. Jon boat.
Table saw, Fert, Spreader,
Wurlitzer-Melville-Clark
spinet piano, .-lammond
spinet organ L-133 has
LES LER speakers. Call
386-49&-0683.
KENMORE ELITE DUAL
FUEL RANGE. Perfect
baking, like magic, with'
convection oven, Ceramic
glass, 5-burner gas cook.
top $519. Beautiful 7
piece Portland oak cabi-
nets. 2 have glass front,
one is a corner carousel,
$480. Call 35251l 9-2400
or 352-226-6461.
BANANA TREES. Plants
are approx. 3 ft tall. $10
each or 3 for $25. Located
in Starke. Call 904-796-
0781.
1960s HUTCH & COLLECT-
ABLES that are available,
and are sold separately.
904-368-0161.
FOR SALE. Maytag washer
$100.- Kenmore Stack-
able W/D $200. 5-pc.
Sectional w/ 2 Reclin-
ers $200. Bolens Weed
eater $50. Dehumidifier
$50. 8,000 BTU A/C w/
Remote $50. New Crafts-
man 42" Mower Deck
$200. Chandelier $200.
S386-431-1164.


59
Personal
Services
HOME DAYCARE all hours.


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Move-In

Special
2 Bedroom
Townhome
- $100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
-2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
;This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
Employer:
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


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For tee 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

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Great rates. 30 plus years
experience. All hours, lots
of TLC. HRS certified,
CPR certified and First
Aide certified. Call 386-
496-1062.
DURRANCE PUMP & well
drilling. 24 Hr. pump ser-
vice. Call 904-964-7061.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,.
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for'MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE,
& MORE. Tiffany Baxter
904-964-6293, 904-796-
0170.


65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-.
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available* to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty preservation secre-
taries. Prefer Vendor 360,
Mars & Zephyr knowl-

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
TDD/TTY 711
Accepting Applicationsl
Rental Assistance!
1,2, & 3 bedroom rrHC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
'This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.'
'Equal Housing Opportunity


edge. MUST have knowl-
edge of Windows 7 or 8
& Excel. Construction,
Building materials and
use of cost estimator a
plus. Call 352-473-0095.
OWN A COMPUTER? Put it
to work Up to $1,500 to
$7,000/mo. FT/PT. www.
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LIVING IN THE STARKE
area? Looking for an op-
portunity to serve in a
Christian education atmo-
sphere? Northside Chris-
tian Academy (NCA) is
looking for quality people
to serve in a number of
capacities both volunteer
and paid. For further in-
formation please contact
either Glenda Parish or
Dan Fender at (904) 964-
7124.
EXPERIENCE dump truck
driver needed. Call 904-
964-4500.
Drivers: $5,000 Sign-
On Bonusl Great Pay!
Consistent Freight,
Great Miles on This
Regional Account.
Werner Enterprises:
1-888-567-3110.
THE UNION COUNTY
HEALTH Department Is
seeking an Interview-
ing Clerk, Position #
64058637. Must have
experience working in
a front office of a medi-

NOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask about our
$199 Move in Special
1&2 BR Apartments HC &
non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.

Located on SR-16,
1001 Southern Villas Dr.
Starke, FL
Call 904-964-7295
TDD/TY 711
'Equal Housing Opportunity'


Gaston's Tree Service is accepting applications for an Experienced
Heavy Equipment Operator. This includes the operation of cranes,
knuckle booms, bobcats, and bucket trucks. For full time year
around work with great benefits in an established company and a
great team.
SExperience in tree work is a plus
Must have a valid Class B CDL with air brakes
SMust be.willing to leave town on occasion for emergency storm
work
SMust work well with others
Subjected to background checks and random drug tests
Send resume to JoAnn Phillips
Stat gpbllips@woodresourcerecovery.com
.. 1.. 0 call (352) 258-8668


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Condos for Sale
Blue Ridge
Mountain Land
Liquidation! 1.37
acres, national' forest
access, only $9,800.
Was-
$74,900. Hardwood
setting, breathtaking
mountain/ valley
views. Mild climate,
Tremendous 4
season recreation.
Paved rds. UG utilities.
water. Excellent


financing Call 1-86,6-
952-5303, x21.,
Foreclosed' .Cabin
On 4 Acres! Just
$89,900. Bring your
hammer & nails. Great
fixer upper on
beautiful wooded
rolling land. Enjoy
wildlife, creeks.
ponds. lake access.
Must see! Call 877-
888-0267. x 436


cal clinic. Must have
experience working with
the public and providing
customer service. Must
* be fingerprinted: May
be required to work extra
hours or days In the event
of an emergency. Salary
is $21,944.00. Applica-
tions will be accepted on-
line at https://peopleflrst.
myflorida.com/ State of
Florida applications may
be mailed to-State of Flor-
ida, People First, Staffing
Administration, PO -Box
44058, Jacksonville, Fl
32231 or faxed to (904)
636-2627 by 10/11/13.
EEO/AANP Employer.
HIRING Experienced Car-
penters. Some travel re-
cuired. Paid expenses.


Please call 1-888-678-
8966 Extension 1189.
DRIVERS: GUARANTEED
HOME EVERY week-
,endl Company: All Miles
PAID (Loaded or Empty)!
Lease: To Own NO Money
Down, NO Credit Checkl
Call: 1-866-823-0323.
CLASS"A". Industrial Me-
chanic/Electrician for 2nd
/3rd Shift Maintenance
Crew. Must have 5 years
experience. We are an
EECC, Drug free work-
place. Health/Dental/Life
Insurance, paid Holidays/
Vacations. Apply at Gil-
man Building Products,
6640 CR 218, Maxville,
FL 32234 or fax resume
to (904) 289-7736.


RNs and LPNs

Join the rewarding field of
correctional nursing! You'll find
autonomy, variety, stability and
flexibility in this ambulatory setting.
Codzon has positions available at
Columbia Correctional Facility in
Lake City, FL and at Reception
and Medical Center in Lake
Butler, FL. We are currently looking
for Full Time, Part Time AND PRN
RNs and LPNs. Call to learn why
correctional nursing could be the

refreshing change you need!
We offer competitive pay plus an
excellent benefit package that
includes generous paid days off and
so much more!
For more info, contact:
Tracy Mazuranic
1-800-222-8215 x9553
tracy.mazuranic@corizonhealth.com
or Quick Apply online:

(under the job opportunities link)

www.CorizonHealth.com
EOE/AAP/DTR



FLORIDA
.... GATEWAY
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
NURSING
224 DUTY DAYS-TENURE TRACK
Conduct the learning experience in the
classroom, laboratory, and/or clinical
areas. Prepare for instruction.
Demonstrate knowledge and
understanding of the subject matter,
use appropriate and current technology
in the teaching and learning process.
Hours will vary and requires evenings.
Master of Science in Nursing degree
and be licensed in Florida or be eligible
for licensure in Florida required. Three
years of experience as staff nurse
(acute care preferred). Ability to
effectively communicate and present
information in a coherent manner.
Desirable qualifications: Computer
Literate. Teaching experience.

EXCELLENT SALARY
PAID BENEFITS
DESIRABLE SCHEDULE

Application Deadline:
Open Until Filled

Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. Foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanrAtfc.edu
FIC is. accredited by the Conunission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/, IA;iEO College in Education and Employment


Out of Area Classifieds


Express! Earn $700 per
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1964
Miscellaneous
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approved Aviation
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Housing and Financial
aid for qualified
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placement assistaiwe.
Call AIM 866-314-
3769
Real Estate/ Land
for Sale a
LAND & CABIN
PACKAGE. ON
CUMBERLAND
PLATEAU! 10 Acres
and 1200 sq. ft. cabiin


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from 4 State Parks &
TN River. Call 877-
282-4409
Real Estate/ Lots &
Acreage '
Bank Approved
Sale. Smith Lake
Alabama. Deep
Dockable Home Sites
from $59,900 (Take
'Virtual Tour @
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24 Prime Lake front
lots ordered sold


October 12th. Buy
at pennies on the
dollar all must go!
Open or wooded -
level throughout to
the water's edge.
Make an early
appointment.
Bank's loss Your
gain! Don't miss
this. It's
unbelievable land at
an unbelievable
price Call now for
early appointment!
1-877r448-6816.


S Help Wanted
Experienced OTR
Flatbed Drivers earn
50 up to 55 cpmn
loaded. $1000 sign on
to Qualified drivers.
Home most weekends.
Call: (843)266-3731 /
www.bulldoghiway.co
m. EOE
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
Learn to drive tor US


RNs and LPNs

Join the rewarding field of
correctional nursing! You'll find
autonomy, variety, stability and
flexibility in this ambulatory setting.

Corizon has positions available at
the Union Correctional Facility in
Raiford, FL. We are currently
looking for Full Time, Part Time
AND PRN RNs and LPNs. Call to
learn why correctional nursing could
be the refreshing change you need!

We offer competitive pay plus an
excellent benefit package that
includes generous paid days off and
so much more!

For more info, contact:
Tracy Mazuranic
1-800-222-8215 x9553
tracy.mazuranic@corizonhealth.com
or Quick Apply online:
,www.CorizonHealth.com

EOE/AAP/DTR


FLORIDA


ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
SPRING TERM 2014
AMERICAN HISTORY
Teach American History on campus
during the day. Master's degree in
History required. Contact Dana Brady at
dana.bradvS)faccedu
BIOLOGY
Must have a Master's degree in Biology
or a Master's degree with 18 graduate
hours in Biology. Classes and labs may
be during the day or in the evening at
the Lake City campus. Contact Matthew
Peace at 386.754.4213 or email at
matthew.peacetfQc.edu
CHEMISTRY
Must have aMaster's degree in
Chemistry or a Master's degree with 18
graduate hours in Chemistry. Classes
and label ,may be dung the day or in the
:eenirjg~athe Lake City-campus. -
Contact Matthew Peace at
386.754.4213 or email at
matthew.peace~fQc.edu
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Teach General Psychology on campus
during the day. Master's degree in
Psychology required. Contact Dana
Brady at dana:bradvyfac.edu
HORTICULTURE
Develop and teach online courses in
Horticulture, Master's degree in
horticulture or similar and at least three
years of experience in online course
development and teaching horticulture
or similar required. Horticulture industry
experience desired. Work with faculty in
the golf and landscape programs to
convert existing credit courses for online
delivery. Send resumes to John R.
Piersol at iohn.piersolofgc.edu or call
386.754.4225
MATHEMATICS-COLLEGE LEVEL
Must have a Master's degree in
Mathematics or a Master's degree with
18 graduate hours in mathematics.
Classes may be during the day or in the
evening at the Lake City campus.
Contact Matthew Peace at
386.754.4213 or email at
matthew.peaceftfac.edu
NURSING CLINICAL
BSN Required. Master's degree in
nursing preferred. At least two years of
recent clinical experience required.
Contact Melody Corso at 386.754.4323
or melodv.corso@fgc.edu.
PHYSICSIPHYSICAL SCIENCE
Must have a Master's degree in Physics
or Physical Science or a Master's
'degree with 18 graduate hers in
Physics or Physical Science. Classes
may be during the day or in the evening
at the Lake City campus. Contact
Matthew Peace at 386.754.4213 or
matthew.peace_. fgc.edu
College application and copies of transcripts
required. Foreign transcripts must be
submitted with a translation and evaluation.
Application available at www.fgc.eldu
FGC i accreditif by ie SiMurheril Asvciation
orcolqlei anti Schwli
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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION e THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 2013


BHSwins2
straight in

volleyball
. before losing
toChiefland
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports, Editc
.Host Chiefland prevented
Bradford High School volleyl
team from.winning three strain
defeating the Tornadoes 3-0 (
23, 25-15, 25-13) on Oct. 7.
Bradford (7-7 prior to C
8) got nine kills, two senr
aces and two blocks from Th
Sheffield, while Jaci Atkins
and Mackenzie Gault each I
four kills. Nyasia Davis had th
kills and one block.
Prior to the Chiefland mat
the: Tornadoes defeated Nc
Marion 3-1 and West Nassau 2
'Davis had five kills and f
blocks when Bradford hos
North Marion on Oct. 1,.Bradf
dropped the first set 25-13,
then won three straight by scc
of 25-23,25-14 and 25-22.
Lainie Rodgers added f
kills, two aces and a block.
On Oct. 3, the Tornad
traveled to Callahan to play W
Nassau, besting the Warri
15-5 in a tiebreaker set. V'
Nassau won the first set 27
before Bradford won two strai
by scores of 25-10 and 25-
The Warriors forced the fifth
by winning the fourth 27-25.
Sheffield and Rodgers 1
18 and 15 kills, respective
while Davis and Kia Lane ea
.had seven. Sheffield and Da
had four' and three bloc
respectively, while Rodg
added six aces.
Bradford played District 5-
opponent Fort White this p
Tuesday and will travel to p
Trenton on Thursday, Oct. 10
6p.m.
On Saturday, Oct. 12,
Tornadoes will participate
the .second annual Dig Pi


KHHS
Continued from 5B
The Indians played distr
opponent Interlachen this pa


,Tournament at Keystone Heights
High School. Bradford will play
Bishop Snyder at 10 a.m. and
Clay at 11 a.m. The Tornadoes
play Ridgeview at 1 p.m. and
Menendez at 2 p.m. before
taking on host Keystone at 4 p.m.
(Bradford's scheduled match
times could change as there is a
possibility two more teams will'
join the field.)
Bradford returns home
Monday, Oct. 14, to play Union
County at'5:30 p.m.

KHHS girls led
by Dingman,
Getz at


24:00.67 and,24:p8.88, while
Getz was 35#" with a time of
24:49.58.
Also competing for the girls'
team were Proctor; (28:16.82),
Singletary ,(28:36.70), Horten
(28:36.98), Erika. Dingman
(29:15.37) and Makenna Wylie
(30:58.18).
The boys' team was led by
Priest and Lake ,Beck, who
placed 47"' and 48"', respectively,
out of 91 with times of 21:23.13
and 21:23.42.
Also participating were
Getz (23:19.95), Rodriguez
(23:21.46), Josh Prendergast
(25:49.22) andAaron Prendergast
(26:40.67).


Buchholz meet Ricker leads
BYCLIFFSMELLEY BHS runners at


Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights' Riley
Dingman and Jennie Getz
placed 27" and 37"th, respectively,
out of 101 runners at the
Buchholz Bobcat Cross Country
Invitational on Oct. 5 in.
Gainesville.
Dingman and Getz had times
of 23:27.40 and 24:18.50. They
were joined by teammates
Cheyenne Singletary (27:48.30),,
Naomi Proctor (28:02.30), Nina
Hlorten (28:06.10) and Erika
Dingman (28:32.40).
On the boys' side, C.J. Priest
led Keystone, placing 87"' out
of 136 with a time of 20:58.90.
He. was joined by teammates
Luke Dennis (22:02.70), Conner
Getz (22:34), Steven Rodriguez
.(22:36.80), Josh Prendergast
\(25:25.40) andAaron Prendergast
(26:34.40).
Prior to the Bobcat Classic,
the Indians competed in the Clay
County Championships on Oct.
1 in Middleburg, with girls' team,
member Anika Henanger placing
17" out of 89 with a time of
23:18.48.
RileN Dingman and Caitlin
Cumbus placed 24'" and 26"',
respectively, with times of


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Bobcat Classic
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford High School's Tessa
Ricker placed 25"' in a field of
approximately 100 runners at the
Buchholz Bobcat Cross Country
Classic on Oct.,5 in Gainesville.
Ricker, who had a time of
23:21.20, w"'as one of only twvo
from Bradford to compete in
the girls' race. Her sister Rachel
placed 70"' with a time of
27:23.60.,
In the boys' race, Bradford's
Scotty Peirce was 620" of 136
with atimeof 19:49.10, while the
following teammates also placed
in the top i00: Alec Nazworth
(80'", 20:25.20), Thomas Hales
(88"', 21:02.90) and Greg Kersey
(99'h, 21:52.80).
Also competing for Bradford
were Kristopher Padgett
(22:30.80), Robert Martin
(23:25) and Donald Seymour
(23:39.90).
Bradford placed 151"h out of
18 in the team standings with a
score of 394.
In the junior varsity boys' race,
Bradford's Thomas Parker had a
time of 25:58.50.


Fort White at 6 p.m. The Indians 1
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