.- 3 die in 4
< traffic crashes
Four traffic crashes in the
area claimed three lives and
left three people with critical
injuries this week.
2 die in crash with Clay
Two people died Sept. 29
after their vehicle crashed
into the rear of a Clay County
According to the report
written by Florida Highway
Pittrol Trooper M. Torres,
Elisabeth C. Brantley, 19, of
Interlachen was driving a 2003
Pontiac sedan northbound on
Blending Boulevard. Paul P.
Bruchesky, 48, of Melrose was
a passenger in the vehicle.
A 2010 Clay County school
bus driven by Dawn Hingson-
Green of Keystone Heights had
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BY TERESA STONE
In the early morning hours
Seiff' s Ofic Deuyrv
altercation in progress at a Lake
Upon his arrival at the scene,
Deputy Shane stated that he could
hear severl people yelling in a
nearby yard. Shane said that he
continued to hear shoudang as he
approached the yard, and when he
raised his flashlight to illummnate
the area, he allegedly observed a
dmalaeSvctat la ing on te stp
and that the victim was covered
Shane reported that the victim
had blood all over his face,
appeared incoherent and was
possibly unconscious. The full
extent of his injuries, or what
caused them was unknown.
hieW pf09fram alImS to
teach positive behavior in
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Wriier
New this school year, the Ulnion County school
district has implemented a student behavior
tracking and positive reinforcement system. The
Positive Behavior Support, or PBS, program is
designed for early identification of students with
The Florida Departmentf of Education already
SUCHS homecoming plans
Announced to community
6 8907 63as 2
97th Year 24th Issue 75 CEN~TS
F rie ndship
CI ub pla SPU
Th Union County Friendship
Club will not hold its regular
meeting this month on Mondriy
Oct. 12. Instead, the club
will leave from Lake Butler
Church of Christ at 8 a.m. for
a river cruise out of Ocala with
Captain Mike. Please join the
club by calling (352) 637-2726
to reserve your spot.
mhe annual meeting of
the Elzey Chapel Cemetery
Association will be held on
Monday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m.
at Sardis Baptist Church in
Worthington Springs. For
more ~information, call Gayle
Williams at (386) 496-2707.
The ao Cunty School
Board will hold its regular
bimonthly meeting on Tuesdays
Oct. 13, at6pn.m.A workshop
will precede the meeting at
5:30 p.m. to discitss the finance
The meeting will take place
at the school board district
offic I ated at 55 SW Sixth
i fo ma n, Butler(386 me -
S RM D
meets Oct. 1 3
The governing board of
the Suwannee River Water
Management District will meet
on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 9 a.m. at
cmis"-3,ers meting odoo
at 945 North Temple Ave.
information, contact Lisa
Cheshire or Kristel Callahan at
meets Oct. 1 4
The Union County Tobacco-
Free Partnership is scheduled
to meet on Wednesday, Oct.
14, from 1-2 p.m. in *the
Union County board of county
The meeting is open to the
public and new members are
welcome. For more information,
please contact Darlene or Kyle
at (386) 496-3211.
The American Legion will
hold a meeting on Thursday,
Oct. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Lake
0 t, 1 6
The Union County Value
Adjustment Board will meet on
Friday, Oct. 16, at 9 a.m. to hear
from citizens who completed a
dispute claim regarding their
property tax bills.
on Blanding Boulevard, but
had stopped at the intersection
with Santa Clara Avenue in
preparation of making a left-
The Pontiac failed to stop
a struck the rear of the bus
Th us caught on fire, u l
22B tude~ntsn wre eadceh sky
died at the scene. Hingson-
Green t sst nst anue bht
Brantley, 16, was transported
toSh nds Jack 'nvlle with
sriouan injuries Te re ort
said she had been sitting in the
rear of the bus and had been
wearing a seatbelt.
The 'Pontiac was totaled
and damage to the bus was
See CRASH, p. 12A
Shane stated he rec 'ized the
-o shouti., prfnrs" at the
vic:i- asDidBOi "Bo Gety
Gentry saw the deputy, he began
slrsathi. Shan ttdta
appeased as jfl~he were trying to
lunge at the victim as a female
attempted to restmain him. Not
knowing f Gentry had a weapon--
and the fact that he was acting in 71 Tk
a hostile manner--Shane drew.
hs firer n ord red Gentry to
thow di and n get donon
te groun .
At that point, Shane said Gentry
fled ons fot. dwhe middle
EMS and backup assistance as he
chased after Gentry, ordering him
repeatedly to stop running.
Gentry continued running and
made has way through the yard of
a nearby residence when Shane
said he heard a female voice yell,
See ASSAULT, p. 12A
(L-R) Austin Dukes, Tori Furukawa and'Colten McAI~ster show off the Tiger
Bucks they accumulated as Geordyn Greent (front) bundles his collected
bucks" In his lap.
Good behavior has
feWards at UC schools
muiress schools to use the School Environmental
Saety incident Re~ponrtin (SESIR) system to
collect data on 22 ca~tegories of crrimne violence.
and -disruptive behador that occur on school
grounds, on~ school transportation, arid at off-
campus, school-sponsored events.
incidents are reported by schools to the district
office, which, in tum. provide the data to DOE.
The statew~ide data that is collected tracks serious
inidents of I ioc dr ns ubsac hbs lim udi g
not during school hours), location of the incident,
persons involved. discipline data including
suspensions and expulsion and provides a graph
showing a thrc-year rend.
The PBS program will wvork in conjunction with
. the stalekSS.S(~R sy-stem,. how~ever. PBS is more
See REWARD p. 12A
BY TERESA STONE
Times Staff Writer
Just before II p.m. on Sept.
9, Union County Union County
Shr:fs Offc doeputy a e
uset Rad inWorthington
The victim told Shane that the
suspect, Rico Ricardo Whaley,
18, of LaBke Butler, had kicked
in the front door of her residence
and begun destroying furniture
and other items. The v ctim also
al eged that Whlaleyl sruck her
le$ i Of nt leerwal tmes an
The victim said she escaped out
her back door and called 911 from
a neighbor's phone. The victim
further stated to Deputy Shane
that she was afraid Whaley would
return and hurt her again.
It was believed Whaley had
fled on foot, so a K-9 unit was
dispatched, however, a search of
the area produced negative results.
The jldnt'sthe calle I htrorn
Shane and the K-9 unit headed to
According to Deputy Shane,
Whaley's mother refused to give
consent to search her residence
and stated that her son was not
in the hme. Deputy Shane said
that a ter tap rhoximatel ned e
roosti ee aend told the d puty the
his mother did not know he had
been hiding in the attic.
In his report' of the incident,
Deputy Shane stated that Whaley
See TEEN, p. 12A
Voting for class prince and princess at
Union County High School will take place on
Monday, Oct. 12. Students should be aware
that class dues must be paid in order to vote
in the election, run for homecoming court or
pa tcipt ine unasa nktor fl ats.ryly
and sponsors is due to Ramona Johns by
Monday, Oct. 19. Voting for homecoming
king and queen will be conducted on Tuesday,
Oct. 20. Also, on Oct. 20 is the Yleadline
to submit an entry for, the homecoming
parade. The entry fee is $10 and forms can
be obtained from the front office of the high
Tiger Growl coronation practice will be
held on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 3:15 p.m.
Tiger Growl will take place on Thursday,
Oct, 21, at the high school football stadium.
Class royalty wuill be introduced along with
the announcement of this year's homecoming
king and queen. Participants should report to
the field at 6:45 p.m.
The admission price for Tiger Growl will
be $5 for adults. Admission is free to all.
Union nCounty students and children under
The homecoming parade is Friday, Oct. 23.
Parade lineup begins at 10 a.m. at Sprinkle
Field and the parade procession will start at
The homecoming court will circle the track
prior to the football game against Taylor
County Friday night. Members of the court
should report to the field no later than 6:45
p.m. The game will follow at 7:30 p.m. If you
need any further information, contact Mike
Ripplinger at (386) 496-3040 or email him at
supplement incatase of $1,200
(from $4,200 last year to $5,400
this year). Because of the high
insurance costs,city employees do
not have health care coverage, but
are provided with thi8 supplement
to o tain health insurance through
an individual policy.
Citycommissioners also opted
for~ ta e pay raises amouhting to
$600 per year per commissioner,
At present, the city's mayor, Ray
Crawford, receives an annual
salary of $10,488 ($9,888 last
year), the vice-mayor, Scott
,Cason, r ceives an .annual
salary of $10,179 ($9,579 last
year) and the ~thave tempining
comrmissioners, Fletcher Myers,
See FISCAL, 12A
monthly usage, and, although they
had agreed to pay for overages, the
city had never taken advantage of
the option. City employees and
commissioners all received pay
increases this fiscal year without
the burden of a tak increase passed
on to citizens. .
The city's budget is set at $2.26
million, a slight increase from
last year's $2.11 million budget.
Commissioners voted to go with
the state calculated t'ollback rate of
2.2881 mills, which will provide
$i79,094 in ad valorem taxes to
thae city, relatively the same as last
year's tax revenue.
Projected general fund revenues
f'or the 2009-2010 fiscal yceararle
$8R03,000, compared to last year's
amount of $842.000. The decrease
reflects the city's loss in revenue
dollars due to state budget cuts.
Berchtold Pointed out that the
street f'und Is strong, so their
was no need for a general fund
contribution this year. Also, there
is a smaller contingency budget
for the new fiscal year, dropping
from $20,000 in 08-09 to just
$9,000 for fiscal year 2009-2010.
The water division has an
operating budget of $314,000,
which reflects $13,000 less than
last year, bult it remains quite
possible that water revenues could
turn out to be much higher due to
T'he same can be said for
thle sewer department's' operating
'Ihe sewer department shows
expected revenues of $831,000,
which 14 an increase of $80,000
compared to 2008-2009.
This increase in rcqvenue is
mainly due to DOC paying its
actual consumption costs. The
'sewer exianses air consistent
.with revenues with a strong
contingency fund 'and $62,000
worth of capital expenditures,"
B~erchtold said. The city also has
available $50,000 in its special
district fund for potential street
Thegood news is that the new
fiscal year brings no fee mncreases
in water, sewer or garbage rates
for Lake Butlbr customers.
All city employees were given
a three-percent pay increase as
well as an annual health care
BY TERESA STONE
Tlimres Sta~ff Writer
The city of Lake Butler's final
budget for fiscal year 2009-2010
was recently approved. Although
some revenues continue tii decline
due to state budget cuts, all the
city's departmental operating
budgets appear to be in good
The city is receiving ai lot of
help remaining afloat because
of the new agreement with the
Department of Corrections. D)OC
is now paying for the Rieception
and MedicalI Center's actual walter
and sewer usage anld overages
each month. In the past, the prison
was only paying a flat rate o~r
rida.. Thursday, Oct. 8, 2009
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Two races tor
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Qualifying weLek in Law\tey re-
sulted inl twoa races but only one
incumbent fighting to rettain her
Councilwoman Jeanettte Phil-
lips in Seat 3 has twlo challeng-
ers--Virginia Warner and James
Seat 5 Councilman George
Shuford is not seeking office
again. Instead the seat will go to
One of the qualifiers, Helen Bo
hannon or Russell Miscally.
Only the incumbents qualified
for the other three offices open
for election, which means Coun-
cilman Jimmie Scott, currently
appointed mayor, will continue
to represent the city, Lisa Harley
will continue to serve as the city
clerk.and longtime Chief of Po-
lice Butch Jordan will continue
to head that department.
The: election will take place
at city hall on T'uesday, Dec. 1,
from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Books close
on Nov. 2, which means quali-
fled, citizens must be registered
to vote by that date in order to
participate in the election.
See ks to
teti seatf I
The following is an announce-
ment of intention to run for pub-
lic office submitted by the can-
My name is Jeanette Phillips.
I have lived in Lawtey for the
past 28 years.
lips, was em-
the city of .
Lawvtey .for 1
32 years and
from Nis- Jeanette
san Motors Phillips
have been .Involved with the
city for t ispast 13 years. ih ~ave!
srved on the city council for the
In 2000, I was appointed by the
city council serve on the Lawley
Recreation Board and was an of-
ficer on the board for five years:
three as chairperson, one as sec-
retary, and one as treasurer.
I have enjoyed working with
the citizens of Lawtey and hope
to continue. I am asking for your
vote for city council Seat 3 on
Dec. 1. I will do my very best for
the citizens of Lawtey and hope
to never disappoint you.
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NOw is the time because the people that
are hung ry can t wait to eat later...
received CO)BG funding for the
sewer rehabilitation project. The
recreation facility would serve
the entire city, however, and that
makes the 51 percent threshold of
low-to-moderate income families
harder to achieve.
According to Pusateri,
citywide, only 49 percent of
households fall into either
Pusateri said the city could
survey households instead of
relying on census data to see
how accurate that percentage is.
That would require going door-
to-door to at least 746 homes to
have a high enough number in
the sample to be confident in the
results. It would be a lot of work,
with no guarantee the required
number would be willing to
participate in the survey and no
guarantee the city would reach
the required percentage of low-
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projects could cost around
$100,000, including the $4,000
cost to patch the hole in 161'.
TIhe commission approved
adlvertisement for bids on the
above work. .
The road paying and
resurfacing plan sets out paying
standards, which i include a 6-i nch
lime rock base and 1.5 inches of
asphalt compacted to 1.25 inches.
The county engineer prepares
specifications before a project is
advertised for bids.
The plan calls for bids to
include base and drainage work,
in addition unless it is determined
the county road department
can perform the work with a
substantial savings with existing
manpower and equipment.
Otherwise, the road
department's involvement is
to be limited to clearing, ditch
preparation, side drainage and
Commissioner Ross Chandler
commented on how stretched the
road department personnel had
while working on the ongoing
paying projects. He said this
impacted the department's ability
to perform maintenance on dirt
roads for the rest of the c~junty.
He said the commission had
to commit to giving citizens
good roads to travel on, and that
cannot happen if maintenance
falls behind while the road
department assists on paying
Chandler also stressed the
importance of resurfacing
aging paved roads and not just
focusing on paying dirt roads. If
the county loses the roads it has
while paying new roads, it hasn't
accomplished anything, he said.
In other business:
*Will Sexton from the county
attorney's office reported that the
one of the properties the county
needs for the paying of Southeast
144'" Street is being released
from its lien,.opening the door
for the county to purchase it.
Another property is in
foreclosure, and the county is
trying to work with the bank
to acquire it. The third is being
pursued through eminent domain
roatd paying: plan.
Lo~ngth ol' time as ai county
road is also new to the plan
Th~le new priority road list is
laid out in a separate resolution
approved by the boarld as
Northeast 204'h Street (from
301 to the stop sign)-0.6i miles
Northwest 71"L Avenue (from
S.IE. 229)A to C.R. 229)--1.2
Southeast 144'" Street (from
C.R. 100A to Southeast 150th
Southeast 49th Avenue (behind.
Hampton school)--0.4 miles;
and Southeast Second Avenue,
Southeast Third Street and
Southeast Fifth Avenue--0.9
Southwest 104tlh Avenue
(from C'.R. 18 to Southwest
105'" Strect)-0.7 miles, and
Southwest 104'" Avenue (from
Southwest 105'h Street to the
Commissioners can amend
these choices at any time, but
changes need to be reported in
wr~iting to the entire board. Roads
will be addressed as funding
One road remains to be paved
on the existing priority list: the
remainder of 185'h Street (Mark
Lee Starling Road) in District 1.
Com m issioners di scussed some
additional costs of completing
this and other projects, including
repairs to the recently paved
Southwest 161n Street, a piece of
which was damaged by a truck
because the road base was not
properly prepared, resulting in a
hole in the road.
There are also striping and
grassing costs for all three roads
in the ongoing paying project,
including Northwest 180'".
County Manager Brad Carter
said those costs were built into
the project budget' when the
county decided to fully pave the
roads instead of sticking with
chip seal. A concrete ditch is also
needed to prevent erosion on 161"
Street, he said.
All told, these finishing
BY MARK J. C'RAWFORD
The county commission
approved a slightly~ revised
version of its road paying and
resurfacing plan, and set a new
list of priority roads moving
Per the plan, roads are
prioritized based on the following
1. Usage levels/traffic
counts/ number of
2. Current condition and
37. Availability of alternative
funds and/or sources for
4. Dust control.
5. Drainage needs,
7. Length of time since the
road was established as a
Some resident had complained
that population of those living
on a particular road had not
been adopted as part of the
consideration process. That has
changed with this draft of the
to-moderate income households
to achieve funding.
Even with all of the additional
footwork and the required 51
percent, Pusateri said the city's
application score would not be
high enough to be fundable.
"Unfortunately, I've explored
every avenue that we could
possibly take with this CDBG
grant, and it doesn't look like
it's going to worke out for that
city wide activity," Pusateri said.
She will continue to explore
other options, including USDA
would likely involve borrowing
and repaying funds.
"Other than that, I'm keeping
my eyes out for anything else that
I can find," she said.
One possibility, a temporary
rise in sales tax approved by
voters, to pay for the facility, is
not' something commissioners
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
There was no good news
to deliver to the Starke City
Commission last month
regarding funding sources for a
new recreation facility.
Christa Pusateri of Bailey,
Bishop and Lane poke about
grant possibilities during a joint
workshop between the city and
county commissions, although
she aCknowledged then there
could be come challenges to
funding based on the rules for
state Community Development
with the Fibrida Department
of Community Affairs that
only confirmed that even if the
county sought recreation facility
funding through a CDBG grant,
ih-wouldn'Rt- be able to-spend that
-money in the city, and vice versa,
'evek thought both ~city and county
residents w ulld benefit.th iys
prospects for funding the
proposed recreation facility
through CDBG funding in
half. The news that came next
eliminated it entirely.
CDBG grants are awarded
based on need, and P~usateri said
the number of low- and moderate-
income households was not
enough to. support maximum
It's easier to receive funding
for targeted areas where the
percentage of low- and moderate-
income families is easier to
achieve. This is how the city
See REC page 5A-
Bradford commission sets new road priorities
Starke learns grant for rec building not likely
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Bradford Sheriff Gordon Smith
told the county commission
Monday that he and his office has
been working with other county
and municipal departments on
a unified records management
"We've got to have something
that's more efficient and a whole
lot less expensive," Smith sadid.
Smith said the county hd%
paid purchasing and annual
maintenance or licensing costs
for software that was supposed to
be used in vehicles and at the fire
stations that was never installed.
Since 1997, he said the county
has spent more than $1 million
is records management software
and used only about 60 percent
The goal is to make the
records system paperless, or .as
paperless as possible. When an
officer files a report, that report
should be able to be pulled up
in the clerk's office, the jail, the
state attorney's office, the courts,
other law enforcement agencies
in the county, etc.
Currently most are running
on different systems. E~en the
jail and sheriff's office are on
separate systems. The result is a
daily paper chase for those who
work In these agencies, one that.
Smith hopes to help put a stop
to"Our people wear their legs
ot caisnherpapsearevery single
Smithl tried working a deal with
one of the ctirrent vendors the
county spends tens of thousands
of dollars with each year, but
couldn't cut a deal that didn't
involve spending thousands
more on software the county had
already purchased. Instead, the
sheriff is now looking elsewhere.
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The system under
consideration- SmartCOP from
CTS America--is one used
by Florida Highway Patroli,
Bakler County, Union County
and others. The Eighth Judicial
Circuit "loves it" and already
has four of its counties using the
system, according to Smith.
In addition to everyone
working from the same system,
there will be enhancements such
as computer-aided dispatch in
emergency vehicles that should
help reduce response ti mes. When
dispatch sends the information,
it will pull up the address and
map on the rescue unit's (or fire
engine's) computer screen, Smith
A unified system will also
eliminate the need to enter
data multiple times in different
offices. It will be entered once
and then be available elsewhere
to those who need it.
Smith said the county would
be saving time and money.
Members in charge of
Communications 'Fund agreed
to invest in the purchase of the
software. The first-year purchase
installment of $68,000 will be
paid out of IGCF funds.
Smith hopes to use grant or
other funds to pay for the three
subsequent payments and not
drawv those yea~rly payments
from IGCF. He: will budget
for the payments in fines and
forfeitures and use that mnc\. if
necessary, to completell pay\ for
TIhere is no ma~intenan~c cost
during yecar one. Afte~r that.
the system w\ill cost the county
$39.0'00 anrnuall\ versus the
$71.000 the county is playing
each year for the current sy stm,
Every municipatlity has agreed
to the software sw\iTch. Smith
said, which mean t; e~ry law
enforcement agency fire and
EMS station, and court office
wvill be on the: same system.
T`he county commission joi ned
IGCF in agreeing to the purchase
of the new\ software.
Clerk Ray Norman said a lot
could have been done prior 10
now,; but Smtith is taking a giant
step to making it happen now~. It
will save time and effort for all
agencies involved, he said.
"It's really a big, step in the
right direction:" Norman said.
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"Zapsh~ields" in action on its Web
site. quin Irls al~erpl I ,rbute ve
from the shields, and th~e utility
equipment is not damaged.
Without~ protecction, as city
utility w\orkers have seen oln a
number of ocensions, squiirrels,
birds or other unimais are f'ried
when they come in contact w\ith
the electrified equipment, and
so is the eqluipment, leaving
nearby customers without power C
until w~orker~s can address the
Thompson said the shields cost
around $12 a piece and the city
will be purchasing a few to place
in problem areas like Wilson
Road and Green Acres to see if
they can reduce sqluirrel-related
mornlng mesiage at 9.-1.5 a.m.
w\ith spc~ial mulic from New\
Ilegilnning at II a.m. Dinner on
the grounds w ill follow~ at 12:30
Brooker Baptist Church w\ill
celebrate homecoming on Oct.
11 with the Rev. Daniel Findley
as the speaker. The church
invites all of its old members
to visit, fellowship, anid enjoy
Community Church of
Ke'stone Hieights w\ill hold it,
1011 I uimmage sale onI Friday,
O)c. '), f'roi 9) a.m. until 4 p,m.
De~III~(hlha--a Un\1 is Smlurdar,
OCti. 10,. fromc 9 .m. until
noon1I. T~h' salel is held in Ihe
church fello ship hall, located
behind Ace Hardware on S.R.
100. Call the church office,
352-473-4182 for further
New Bethel Baptist Church
is holding a Fall Festival this
Saturday, Oct. 10, from 8 a.m.-5
p.m. at the R.JE. ball field on
Old Lawtey Road. A combined
yard sale and ai~rtrand crafts sale
wiill taik~epice pnktB 3 limei From
then until 5 p.m., there will be
games, prizes and a hayride.
Food will be sold all day.
Vendors can rent booths for $25.
For more information, contact
Myra McRay at 904-769-1001
or Alica McMillian at 904-966-
Evergreen Baptist Church on
C.R. 125 in Lawtey will host
Junior Combs and Southern Joy
C'omlmunity FuI G~ospel
leasluring Alli~n an Ge~raline
G;rifflis at 6 p.m. an Sa1LTurda.
Oct. 10. Refreshments will
follow. Everyone is invited to
attend. For more information, '
please contact Clharles Anderson
at 904-259-2052. The church
is located nine miles west of
Starke on S.R. 100.
Bayless Highway Baptist
Church on Northwest C.R. 225
will hold revival Oct. 11-14 at
7 p.m. each night. Evangelist .
Dr. K~evia Ahrens will preach,
and there will be special music
by Old Time Way, Simply .
Grace, the youth praise band
'and Bayless Highway choir. For
more information, please call
Bethel Baptist Church on
C.R. 230A will celebrate
homecoming on Sunday, Oct.
11. Dr. Jerry Gesell, director
of missions, will present the
to the worship service, which
begins at 10 a.m., and for lunch
a great meal following the ~ Greater Bethlehem Free Will
morning worship service. Baptist Church at the corner of
Oak and Ash streets in Starke
Blackwelder Memorial invites the public to its annual
Freewill Baptist Church triple choir anniversary. Singers
will hold its 27"h homecoming and choirs are encouraged
celebration on Oct. 11 }vith :, to call 904-964-5285 and let
,Sunday sphbpl:at 9:45a..In.'4nd a g:;he chureitqjlnow .iftdhyre is
service featuring special music ;something they would like to do.
and former Pastor Sid Baker as The annual senior citizen gala
guest speaker. Dinner on the for those 50 and up will be Oct.
grounds will follow, All family II~at 3 p.m. Contact 904-964-
and friends are encouraged to 5136 for more information.
attend this special celebration.
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feel the public would embrace.
The city of Starke is looking
into purchasing: striskis that
whben` fixed` atop of its~ electric
transformers should reduce power
~outages caused by squirrels and
According .to Operations
Manager Ricky ~Thompson'
utilities keep statistics on outages
and their causes, and others
experience the same issues.
One vendor, Rauckman Utility
Altrusa of Starke, which is
kmnownfor its community service,
announced that it is currently
selling tickets to its 18th annual
fundraising gala. The event will
be,held at Camp Blanding's post
headquarters on Thursday, Oct.
29, The social will begin at 6:30
p~m. with dinner served at 7 p.m.
dAs in prior ya Id a re ersa
grand prize of $2,500,~ as well
as other very nice gifts that will
be~ disbursed throughout ithe
evening. Master of ceremonies
will be everyone's favorite, Terry
Tickets may be obtained from
Jeannie Baker at 904-368-23100,
Vic~ki Teal at 9041-964-74t23, or
any Altrulsa member.
Monies raised through
this event are used to support
Altrusa's community service
projects throughout Bradford
E-mail the details of your
special events to editor@
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IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.
Presbyterlan Church, 4002
S.E. S.R. 21, will celebrate the
20'h anniversary of its founding
on Oct. 18. Everyone is invited
the tie breaker blanr. (o
instance, if the score ofth
JACKSONVILLE game was
JACKSONVILLE 19, o ponent
7, the correct score wi ~be 26
5. Decision of the judges .is
final. A second tie breaker will. *
be used, if necessary. Results
will be tabulated on Tuesday
and winners notified by f
telephone. Don't forget to list a
phone echdnumber where you can be Cr~~
MIsited 3 woli w tiebreakfr
1. Anyone, except Telegraph
employees and their immediate
family members, are welcome to
enter. One entry per person per
week please. cersons wimnamg
~one week are not eligible to
;win again for at least three
2. When picking up winnmngs, the
winner will have his or her
photograph taken for the paper,
3. Entry must be on an official
form fom the Telegraph and
submitted to one of our offices: "
131 W. Call St., Starke, 125 E.
Main St., Lake Butler or 7382 S.R.
21-N, Keystone Heights before 5
p.m. on Fridays. Fill in all the
'blanks with the name of the team
you think will win. The person
who picks the most games
corrctly will win $75.00 cash,
4. In case of a tie, the total points
scored in JACKSONVILLE game
this week is the tie breaker. Please
fill in the points you think will be
scored by the JACKSONVILLE
and their opponent, combined, in
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contact COURT ADMINISTRATION, aogacodhvn ern f
at te BRDFOR Couty Nrth80 degrees 37 minutes~ 39
Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800- seconds West; thence North 01
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, degree 36 minutes 44 seconds East,
via Florida Relay Service. 612.02 feet; thence North 61 degrees
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT 02 minutes 08 seconds East, 378,73
feet; thence North 00 degrees 35
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIG3HTH minutes 17 seconds West, 932.11
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR feet; thence North 89 degrees 11
BRADFORDCOUNjTY, FLORIDA minutes 31 seconds East, 100.36
CASE NO.:04-2009-CA-427 feet; thence North 00 degrees 54
DOUGLAS P. HARDY, minutes 57 seconds West, 721.49
Plaintiff, feet to the Northerly boundary of the
va. SE 1/4 of said Section 20; thence
RELLEN H. CLARK, MIDLAND North 88 degrees 32 minutes 00
FUNDING LLC, FIRSTSUN seconds East, along said Northerly
LENDERS, INC. and MOTT BUICK boundary and along the Southerly
COMPANY, boundary of Green Acres Annex; #2
Defendants. and Green Acres Annex as recorded
NOTICE OF: SALE in Plat Book 3, Pages 12 and 11
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant respectively of the public records
to a Final Judgment Of Foreclosure of said county, a distance of 429.30
dated September 14, 2009 in the .feet to the Easterly boundary of the
above-styled cause, I will sell to the right of way of a 50 foot roadway;
highest and best bidder for cash at thence South 00 degrees 40 ritinutes
the front door of the Bradford County 36 seconds West along last said
Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11:00 Easterly boundary, 234.06 feet to the
A.M. on Thursday, October 15, 2009, beginning ofin a crvecnaveu tof the
the following described prope t: Wetadavnardiso7000
A parcel of land lying in the N 1/4 of feet; thence Southwesterly along said
Section 5, Township 7 South, Range Easterly boundary and along the arc of
22 East, Bradford County, Florida; said curve, 137.08 feet as measured
said parcel being mot'e particularly alna chord having a bearing of
desonbed as follows: Sot05 degrees 47 minutes 00
Commence at concrete monument seconds West; thence North 88
found at the Northeast corner of said degrees 32 minutes 00 seconds East,
NE1/4 and run South 88 degrees parallel with said Northerly boundary,
53 minutes 10 seconds West, along 160 feet; thence South 01 degree 05
the Northerly boundary thereof, minutes 47 seconds West, 200.00
603.08 feetto an Intersection with the feet; thence North 88 degrees 32
Westerly boundary of the right of way minutes 00 seconds East; parallel
of the CSX Transportation railroad; with said Northerly boundary, 149.54
thence South 16 degrees 15 minutes feet to the Westerly boundary of the
29seconds West, along said Wlesterly right of way of a 60 .foot roadway;
boundary, 929.13 feet to a found thence North 01 degree 05 minutes
concrete monument for the Point of 47 seconds East, along said Westerly
Beginning. From Point of Beginning boundary, 570.24 feet to the aforesaid
thus described run thence South Northerly boundary of SE 1/4; thence
16 degrees 15 minutes 29 seconds North 88 degrees 32 minutes 00
West, along said Westerly boundary, seconds East, along said Northerly
455.27 feet to a set iron rod; thence boundary, 60.00 feet to the Easterly
South 89 degrees 08 minutes 53 boundary of the right of way of a
seconds West, 285.92 feet to a set 60 foot roadway; thence South 01
concrete monument, thence South 89 degree 05 minutes 47 seconds West,
degrees 39 minutes 56 seconds West, along last said Easterly boundary,
362.82 feet to an Iron rod set on the 560.00 feet; thence North 88 degrees
Easterly boundary of the right of way 32 minutes 00 seconds East, parallel
of Lincoln City Road (said iron rod with aforesaid Northerly boundary,
being on the arc of a curve, concave 150.00 feet to the Easterly boundary
to the East and having a radius of of the NW % of SE 1/4 of said Section
3189.49 feet); thence Northeasterly 20; thence South 01 degree 05
along said Easterly .boundary and mthutes 47 seconds West along said
along the are of said curve 435.73 Easterly boundary, 763.23 feet to the
feet as measured along a chord South~east comer thereof (also being
having abeaing of North 15 degrees the NWoomeroftheSE 1/4of SE 1/4);
22 minutes 18 seconds East, to an thence North 89 degrees 11 minutes
iron rod set at the end of said curve; 17 seconds East, along the Northerly
thence North 19 degrees 17 minutes boundary said SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 and
18 seconds East, along said Easterly along the Northerty boundary of the
boundary, 623.91 feet to a concrete SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of said Section
monument set at the beginning of 21 a distance of 1417.45 feet to the
a curve, conrcave to the West a~nd Westerly boundary of the right of way
having radius of 843.51 feet; thence of State Road 16; thence South 25
Northeasterly along said Easterly degrees 53minutes 16 seconds East.
boundary and along the are of said along last said Westerty boundary,
curve 57.87 feet as measured along 771.05 feet; thence South 89 degrees
a chord having a bearing of North 14 minutes 32 seconds West, 450.32
17 degrees 40 minutes 48 seconds feet to the Point of Begining T
East, to a set Iron rod; thence North LESS AND EX PT HE
89 deareas 29 minutes 47 seconds FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
East. 33.59 feet to a found concrete PARCEL:
monument; thence South 02 degrees Aparcel of land containing 1.00 acres,
08 minutes, 04 seconds East. 628.82 more or less and lying in the SE 1/4
feet to a found concrete monument; of the SE 1/4 of Section 20, Township
thence North 88 degrees 54 minuti~s 6 South. Range 22 East, In the City
12 seconds East, ago,31 feet to the of Starke, Bradford County Florida;
Poinof einn. said ae being more particularly
Any person alim n m interest In asteas follows:
the surphas frm the ifk, any, other Commence at a railroad spike located
tthanthe property owners ofthe date at the Southeast comer of said
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim Section 20 and run North -00degrees,
within 60 days after the sale. 06 minutes:3irid b00 seconds East,
Dated thits 15th day of September, alorrg th~e Ea~sterly boisndary thereof,
2009. 839.61 feet to the Northerly boundary
RAY NORMAN of the right of way of a 60.00 foot
Clerk ofthe CircuitCourt road; thence South 89 degrees, 14
By: Lsa Brannon minutes and 32seconds West, along
DeputyC~elek said Northerly boundary. 51.31 feet
10/1 2tchg 10/-BCT to the centerline of a drainage ditch
for the Point of Beginni g. From Point
NOTICI OFr P)UBC NSARING of Beginnin thusaecle continue
The Stadford Count School Board South~B 89 rees, 14 minutes and
will be haigapbic heading on 32 seconds Wst, alona last said
October 12, 00 In the Bradford Northerty boundary, 297.51 feet;
County School Board Room #201 thence North 00degrees, 45 minutes
at 6:S0 p.m. to discuss Title X, and 28 seconds West, 150.20 feet
Homeless, policy changes, to the centerline of a drainage ditch;
10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT thence South 69 degrees 13 minutes
and 13 seconds East, along said
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE centerline, 49.39 feet; thence North
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 74 degrees, 54 minutes and 02
IN AND KFOR BRADFORD COUNTY. seconds East, along said centerline,
FLORIDA 215.45 feet toan Intersection with the
CASENO.04-2009-CA-145 centerline of aforesaid drainage ditch;
CAPITAL CITY BANK, thence South 13 degrees 39 minutes
Plaintiff and 27 seconds East, along last said
v. centerline, 190.24 feet to the Point of
STARKE 85, LLC; LAS OLAS Begining.
HOLDINGS, LLC; and PATRICK B AD
WELCH &L ASSOCIATES, INC., A parcel of land lying in the SE 1/4
Defendants. of SE 1/4 of Section 20, Township
NOTICE OF: FORBCLOSURE 6 South, Range 22 East, in the City
SALB .of Starke, Bradford County, Florida;
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN said'barcel being more particularly
pursuant to. the Final Judgment of desonibed as follows:
Foreclosure dated September 23, Commence at the railroad spike
2009 and entered in Case No. 04- located atthecomerof said Section 20
2009-CA-145 of the Circuit Court of and run North 00 degrees 06 minutes
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for 00 seconds East, along the Easterly
Bradford County, Florida, wherein boundary thereof, 839.61 feet to th&
CAPITAL CITY SANK is the Plaintiff Northerl boundary of the right of way
and STARKE 8~5, ~LLC; LAS OLAS of a 00 foot road; thence South
HOLDINGS, LC and PATRICK 89 degrees 14 minutes 32 seconds
B WELCH & AChOCIATES, INC., West, aong said Noretheryboundary,
are the Defendants, I will soil to the 51.31 feet to centerline of a drainage
highest and best b ddr for cash at ditch for Point of Beginning. From
the Front Door of the Bradford County Point of Beginning thus described
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave., continue So~th 89 degrees 14
Starke, Florida 32091, at 11:00 a.m. minutes 32 seconds West, aog
on the 22nd dayof October, 2009, the last said Northerly boundary2915
following described prperty as set feet; thence North 00 degrees 45
forth in said Final Ju gent: minutes 28 seconds West, 150.20
A parcel of land lyn~ n Sections 20 feet to the centerline of a drainage
and 21, Township~ Suth, Range 22 ditch; thence South 60 degrees 13
East, in the 01t of Starke, Bradford minutes .13 seconds East, along
County, Florida; said parcel tleng said centerline, 49.89 feet; thence
more particularly described as North 74 degrees 54 minutes 02
follows: seconds East, alona said centerline,
Commence at the Southeast corner 215.45 feet to an intersection with
of said Section 20 and run North the centerline of aforesaid drainage
00 degrees 06 minutes 00 seconds ditch; thence South 13 degrees 39
East, along the Easterly boundary minutes 27 seconds East, along last
thereof; 629.51 feet to the Point of said centedline, 190.24 feet to Point
Beginning. From Point of Beginning of Beginning,
thua described continue North 00 Any person claiming an interehstin
degrees 06 minutes 00 seconds East, the surplus from the sale, if any, other
along said' Easterly boundary, 150.00 than the property owner as of the date
feet tfo the Southerly boundary of the of the Us PFendesns must fle a claim
right of way of an existing 60 foot within sixty (60) days after the sale,
roadway; thence South 89 degrees WITNESS MY HAND ~and the seal of
14 minutes 32 seconds West, along this Court on Sept. 29, 2009.
said Southerly boundary, 489.69 feet Ray Norman
to the beginning of a curve concave Clerk of the Circuit Court
to the North and having a radius of By: Lisa Brartnon
1126.15 feet thence Northwesterly, Deputy Clerk
along sald Southerly boundary and 10/8 2tchg 10ttCS-BCT
along the are of said curve,, 391.05
feet as measured along a chord NOTICII OF PUBLIC SLALE
having a bearing of North 80 degrees SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY
45 minutes 33 seconds West; thence LLC. gives Notice of Poreclosure of
South 00 degrees 06 minutes 00 Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
seconds West, parallel. with said on 10/28/2000 1(i:00 a.m, at 18586
Easterly boundary, 800.29 feet to USHwy 801 N, Starke, FL 32091-
the Northerly boundary of the right 0814, pursuant to subsection 718.78
of way of County Road '229; thence of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
South 89 degrees 19 minutes 14 TOWING AND RECOVERY, LLC.
seconds West, along said Northerly reserves the right to accept or reject
boundary, 1008.71 feet to a log In any and/or all bids,
said Northerly boundary; the~nce. 5RYO8104X85053606 2008 RKTA
North 00 degrees 40 minlutes 46 10/8 itchg-BCT
seconds West, along said log, 10.00
feet; thence Northwesterly along said LBOAL NOTIlCB "
Northerly boundary and along the ~The FiretJobs/First Wages Committee
are of a curve concave to the North of FloridaWorks will hotld a meeting on
and having a radius of 2241 83 feet a Thursday, October 15"' at 2:00 p.m.
distance of 782.29 feet as measured at the BradfordUnion Area Career
Technical Center, 609 N. Orange
Street, Starke, FL. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE AIR PEltMIT
Florida.Department of Environmental
Northeast District Office
Draft Minor Source Air Construction
Project No. 7770037-012-AC
First Coast Divrision
Bradford County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project is APAC-Southeast, Inc.
First Coast Division. The a iplicant's
authorized representative and mailing
address is: David M. Church, Division
President, APAC-Southeast, Inc.
First Coast Division, P.O. Box 24728,
Jacksonville, Florida 2241-4728.
Facility Location: APAC -Southeast,
Inc. First Coast Division operates
the existing Starke Facility, which is
located in Bradford County at 4105
Southeast 144th Street, Starke,
Florida and 32091. APAC -Southeast,
Inc. First Coast Division proposes the
addition of Bio fuel oil as a permitted
fuel for the Dryer for EU001- Drum
Mix Asphalt Plant. .,
Project This is the final air construction
permit, which authorizes the addition
of Bio fuel oil it a permitted fuel for
the Dryer for EUOO 1 Drum Mix
Permitting Authority: Applications
for air construction permits are
subject to review in accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F S.) and Chapters 62-4,
62-210 and 62-212 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt from
air permitting requirements and an
air permit is required to perform
the proposed work. The Permitting
Authority .responsible for making a
permit determination for this project
Is the Department of Environmental
Protection's Northeast District Office.
The Permitting Authority's physical
address is: 7825 Baymeadows
Way, B200, Jacksonville, Florida
32256-7590. The Permitting
(,ort;y e~7825 Baymeadows Way, Bres200,is
Jacksonville, Florida 32256-7590.
The Permitting Authorify's telephone
number is 904/807-3300.
Project File: A complete project file is
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00
a~m. to 5~00 p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at the
physical address indicated above
for the Permitting Authority. The
complete project fie includes the
Draft Permit, the Technical Evaluation
and Preliminary Determination,
the application and information
submitted by the applicant (exclusive
of conrfidenitial records under Section
403.1 11, F.S.). Interested persons
mycontact the Permitting Authority's
poctengineer for additional
nfmaonat the address and phone
number listed above. In addition,
electronic copies of these documents
are available on the following web
site: http //www.dep~steat.fl.ustairl
Noieof Intent tci lesueArPrmt
The Permitting Authority gives
notice of its intent to issue an air
construction permit to the applicant
for the projhctde'iscribed above. The
applicant has provided reasonable
assurance that operation of proposed
equipment will not adversely impact
air qult and that the project will
comp wt all appropriate provisions
of ChapterS 62-4, 62-204, 62-210,
62-212. 62- 296 and 62-297, F A.C.
The ,Permittina Authority will issue
a Final Permli in accordance with
the conditions of the proposed Draft
Permit unless a timely petition for an
administrative hearing is filed under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, FS.
or unless pubic comment received
in accordance with this notice results
in a different decision or a significant
change of terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the proposed Draft
Permit for.a period of 14 days from
the date of publication of this Public
Notice. Written comments must be
received by the Permitting Authority
by close of business (5:00 p.m.) on or
before the end of the l44ay period.
If written comments received result
in a significant change to the Draft
Permit, the Permitting Authority shall
revise the Draft Permit and require, if
applicable, another Public Notice.'All
comments filed will bernade available
for public inspection.
Petitions: A person WhAose
substantial interests are affected by
the prpsd permitting decision
may oeitcn for an administrative
hearng in accordance with Sections
120.56 and 120,57, R.S. The petition
must contain the information set forth
below and must be filed with (received
by) the Department's Agency Clerk
in the Office of General Counsel of
the Department of Environmental
Protection at 8900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station # 35,
Tallahassee, .Florida 32899-3000
(eehone: 850/245-2241). Petitions
fie yany persons other than those
entitle to written noticCunder Section
120.60(3), R.S. morst b4 filed within
14 days of publication oT this Public
Notice or receipt of a written notice,
whichever occurs first. Under Section
120.60(3), F.S., however, any person
who asked the Permitting Authority
for notice of agency action may file
a petition within 14 days of receipt of
that notice, reaniless of the date of
publication. A Ixttionet` shall mail a
copy of the option to the applicant
at the address indicated above, at the
tirfe of filing Thlefailuie ofalnygerson:
'to file a peion within the appropriate
time pe iod shdll constitute a waiver
of that person's* right to request
an administrative determination
(hearing) under Scctldns l20.569 and
120.57; RS., or to` Intervene in this
proceeding and participate as a party
to It. Any subsequent intervention
(in a~ proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
th'e preusiding officerapdi the filing of
a motion 10 compliance with Rule 28-
106.205; R:A.C. '
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the `Permitting
Authority's action is based must
contain .the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identlfloation number, if known;
(b)7he name, .address and telephone
number of .the p~etitoner: the name:
address and telephone number of
the petitioner's representative, if
any, which shall bej the address for
service purposes during the course of
the proceeding; and an explanation
of how the petitioner's substantial
rights will be affected by the agency
See LEGALS page 7A
publication of this notice and file the
GLE O original with the clerk of this Court
LEGAIJ either before service on Plaintiffs
attorney or immediately there after
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the re~lef demanded in
ir, the Complaint.
.'. WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 23"day of September,
BRAD ORDF 2009. A OMN
Circuit and County Courts
NOTICE OF APPLICATION By: Lisa Brannon
FOR TAX DRED Deputy Clerk
NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
That BEATRICE G. DODD TRUST
The holderofthe followln certif icate~s) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
has filed said certifica e(s) for the 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
tax deed to be issued thereon. The AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
certificate numbers) and year of FLORIDA
issuance, the description of property, GENERAL JURISDICTION
and name(s) in which it is assessed DIVISION
are as follows: CASE NO-.08-CA-101
File Number: 2009-0009 DEUTSCHE BANK, NATIONAL
Certificate Number: 654 TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
Parcel Number: 03239-0-00000 UNDER THE POOLING AND
Year of Issuance: 2002 SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
Description of Property: AS OF MARCH 1, 2006, GSRPM
Lot Three (3) of Block One (1) of A.L. MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-1
'Alvarez's Addition to the Town of PLAINTIFF
Starke, according to the plat thereof VS.
recorded in Plat Book 2, Page 36, JANICE. L. BERRY; UNKNOWN
Public Records of Bradford County, SPOUSE OF JANICE L. BERRY,
Florida; said lands lying and being in IF ANY: ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
Section 28, Township 6 South, Rarrge PARTIES CLAIMING' BY, THROUGH,
22 East. UNDER,. AND AGAINST THE
Assessed To: HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
THOMAS EDWARD CAMPBELL DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
All of the above propet is located KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
in Bradford County, Inte State of WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
Florida. PARTIES .MAY CLAIM 'AN
Unless such certificates) shall be INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
~redeemed according to Law, the DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
property described in such certificate CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE AND JANE
or certificate's will be sold to the DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD POSSESSION DEFENDANTS
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE, RR- NOT~ICB OF
FL. on the 22nd day of October, 2009, FOPECLOSURB SALE
at 11:00 a.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
RAY NORMAN' pursuant to an Order Giranting the
BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
COU)RT dated September 25, 2009 entered
BY LISA BRANNON, DEPUTY in Civil Case No. 08-CA-101 of the
CLERK Circuit Court of the 8th 'Judicial
Individuals with disabilities needing Circuit in and for. BRADFORD
a reasonable accommodation County, Starke, Florida, I will sell
to participate in this proceeding to the highest and best bidder for
should contact the RECORDING cash at Iobby gf Courthouse of the
DEPARTMENT no later than seven BRADFORD"" Convourthouse, 945
(7) days prior to the pSroeding North Temple Ave, S~~tarke, Florida, at
atthe BRADFORD CUT 11 a.m. on the 22"6 day of October.
COURTHOUSE. If notice to the 2009the folowing described property
individual of a deposition, court as set forth in said Summary Final
date, subpoena, etc, is less than Judgment, to-wit:
seven (7) days, then the individual LOT 16 AND THE SOUTH HALF
.should contact the RECORDING (S1/2 O LOT 17, .BLOCK 3.
DEPARTMENT as soon aspossible IN GdAHAGAN SUBDIVISION. IN
after receiving that notice. Telephone: THE NORTHWEST QUARTER
(904) 966-62 ,. if hearing impaired, OF SOUTHEAST QUIARTER
1-800-955-8770 (v), via Forida Relay OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 6
Service. SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, AS
9/174tchg 10/8-Bi~T SAME APPEARS OF RECORD IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 41, OF THIE
IN THE CIRCUIT OFTHE 8th PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
JUDICIALCIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDAINTHEOFFICE
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OF THE CLERK OF COURT,
BRADFG3RD COUNTY Any person claiming an interest in
Case#: 2009-CA-000440 the surplus from the sale. if any, other
Division #: 'than the property owner as of the date
UNC: of the its pedens, must file a claim
Liquidation Properties, Inc., within 60 dasafter the sale.
Plaintiff. Dated this P5th day of September,
vs. 2009. ou~
Jimmy N. Morgan and RobertaRyNomn
Morgan, HusbandandWfe~;JPMoraan (4k of me Circuit Court
Chase Bank; National' Association By: Lisa Stannon
flkla The Chase ManhattariBankf(lkla Dpt~ek
Chemical Bank, as Tnruseam of IMC IN ACCORDANGE WITH ~erTHE
Home Equity LoanTrust l996-2under- AMERICANS WITH DISABILITES
the Pooling and Servicri geeent, ACT, personswith disabilties needing
Dated as of April 1, 1 ~; nnknow a special accommodation should
Parties in Possession #10W~linknown; iontaCt COURT ADMINISRRATION,
Parties ir 'Possessfon' Xri~tf*eing mat "the k rBRA4FrOSP` --County
and atf Unknown Parties claiming by, Courthouse at 1-800-955-8771 (TOO)
through, under and against the above or 1-800-955-8770, via Flodida Relay
named Defendantys) who are not Service.
known to be dead or alive, whether 10/1 2tchg 10I8BCT
said Unknown Parties may claim an
interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Publio Auotion
Grantees, or Other Claimants Ron Denmark Mini Soa wilthod a
Defendant(s). Public Auction on Friday Oober 16.
NOTICE OF ACTION 2009 at 10:00 a.m. at 2 17 N.
FORECLOSURE Avenue, Starke, FL on thefol
PR~OCLEDINGS-PROPER~y storage unit containingpesn
Roberta Moraan; ADDRESS #~~54 L. Jackson
UNKNOWN BUTr WHOSE LAST: 10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 416 North
Polk Street, Starke, FL 32091. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Residence unknown, if living, BRADFORD COUNTY.
including any unknown spouse of FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION
the said Defendants, if either has FileNo.04-2009-CP-9
remarried and if either or both of said Division
Defendants are dead, their respective IN RE: ESTATE OF ANTHONY
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
assignees, creditors, lienors, and Deceased.
trustees, and all other persons NOTICE, TO CREDITORS
claiming by, through, urideroragainst The administration of the~estate of
the named Defendant(s); and the ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO.
aforementioned named Defendant(s) deceased, whose date of death was
and such of the aforementioned October 16, 2008, and whose Social
unknown Defendants and such of the Security Number is XXX-XX-7629,
aforementioned unknown Defendants is pending in the Circuit Court for
as may be infants, incompetents or- Bradford County, Florida, Probate
otherwise not sui juris. Division, the address of which is 745
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
an action has been commenced to 32091. The names and addresses of
foreclose a mo tage on the following- the personal representative and th~e ~
real property, li and being and personal representative's attomey
situated in Brado~ County, Florida, are set forth below.
more particularly described as AII creditors of the decedent and other
follows: persons having claims or demands
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE against decedent's estate on whom
EAST 1/2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF a copy of this notice is required to
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 29, be served must fl~e their claims with
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
EAST, IN THE CITY OF STARKE, *3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA, THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
CORNER OF AFORESAID EAST All other creditors of the decedent
V2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF and other persons havlng claims or
NORTHEAST 1/4 AND RUN THENCE demands against decedent's estate
SOUTH 1. 50' EAST ALONG THE must file their claims with this court
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF, WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THIE
A DISTANCE OF 234.36 FEET TO DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
AN EASTERLY PROLONGATION OF THIS NOTICE.
OF THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
OF .THE RIG3HT-OF-WAY OF BE FOREVER BARRED.
COLLINS PLACE; RUN THENCE NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
SOUTH 89* 00' WEST ALONG PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
EASTERLY PROLONGATION CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
AND ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY MORE AFTER THE D)ECEDENT'S
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF DATEOFDEATHISBARRED.
.235.98 FEET TO AN IRON STAKE The date of first publication of this
FOR POINT OF BEGI1NNING. notice is October 1, 2009.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING Attorney for Personal Representative
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE THOMAS C. SANTORO, ESQUIRE
SOUTH 89* 00 WEST ALONG 1700 Wells Road, Suite 5
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY, Orange Park, Florida 32078
A DISTANCE OF 100 FEET TO AN PL BAR NO.: 0784915
IRON STAKE ON THE EASTERLY 904278-8713
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT-OF- Personal Representatiive
WAY QF POLK STREET; RUN MARIE ELENA FALKENBERG
THENCE S 0* 49' 30" EAST ALONG 24108 NW 63rd Avenue
LAST AFORESAID EASTERLY Lawley, Florida 32058
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 87 .10/1 2tchg 10/8-BCT
FEET TO AN IRON STAKE, RUN
THENCE SOUTH 88* 39' 30" EAST, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH
A DISTANCE OF 100.1 FEET TO AN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IRON STAKE; RUN THENCE NORTH IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
1* 49' 30" WEST AND PARALLEL FLORIDA
TO LAST AFORESAID EASTERLY PROBATE DIVISION
BOUNDARY, A' DISTANCE OF '91 CASE NO.:04-2009-CP-9
FEET TO A POINT OF BEGINNING, DIVISION:
more commonly known as 416 North IN RE: THE ESTATE OF '
Polk Street, Starke, FL 32091. ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
This action has been filed against Deceased.
you and you are required to serve a NOTICEI OP ADMINISTRATION
copy of your written defense, If aeny, The administration of the estate of
upon, SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,* LLP ANTHONY JOSEPH PIOMBINO,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, whosdasdd ^ja~ deceased. File Number 04-200)9-
is 10004 N, Date Mabry Hlhay CP9 Is pendingrin the Circuit Court
Sulte 112, .Tampa, FL '3 51 for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
within thirty (30) days after the Tirsr D .ivialon, the address of wNhich Is Ithe
Bradford County Courthouse, 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below,
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
All persons on whom this notice Is
served who have objections that
challenge the validity of the will,
the qualifications of the personal
representative, venue, or lurlediction
of this Court are required to fle their
objections with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE )R
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AIl creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is served within
three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
persons havihg claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must
file their claims with this Court WITHIN
`THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. .
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is October 1, 2009.
Attorney for Personal Representative
THOMAS C. SANTORO,, ESQUIRE
1700 Wells Road, Suite 5
Orange Park, FL 32073
MARIE ELENA FALKENBERG
24103 NW 63rd Avenue
Lawtey, FL 32058
10/1 2tchg 10/-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-462
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
DONALD B. COWLING; SUSAN I.
COWLING; CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE; Unknown Tenant(s).
NOTICEt OF rsAL PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHlAPTER 48
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure, dated September 25.
2009, In the above-styled cause, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash on the front steps of the Bradford
County Courthouse. 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke. Florida at 11 00 a~m.
on the So day of November, 2009 the
following described real and personal
Comme~nce at the NW comer of
the SE1/4 of the SWU of Section
18. Township 6 South, Range 22
East; run South 693 feet for point of
beginning; thence continue South
346.5 fee; thence East 1137.75 feet;
thence North 341.5 feet; thence West
1137.75 fgetto the point of beginning,
lying in the Nor~th 1/ of the South
1/2 of Secticin '18, Towship 6 South.
Range 22 East. A~ltying and being in
Braoror County Florida
Together with that certain
manufactured home more specifically
1999, Fleetwood (16 x 76) wilthSelal
Any person claiming an interest In
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner ars of the date
of the its pendens must fie a claim
witinsity(6 dysafter the saleofems,
By: Lisa Brannon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
SIN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY FEORIDA GENERAL
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000574
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
SUSAN ARMSTRONG; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SUSAN ARMSTRONG
IF ANY; VICTORIA S. CASE;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VICTORIA
S. CASE IF ANY: ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
ALIVE, WHETHER SAID. UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: KATHRYN STRUTH;
REGISTRATION SvrYSTES tIN
JOHN DOE AND JANE DE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
NOTICE IS HEREBY'GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated Se~ptember' 18,
2009 entered in Civil Case No. 04-
2008CA*OQ00574 Qpf the Circuit Court
of the 8th Judicial Circult In and for
BRADFORD County, STARKE,
Florlda, I will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at THE ~LOBBY at
the BRADFORD County Courthouse
located at 945 NQRTH TEMPLE
AVENUE in STIARKE, Florida, at
11 :00.am. orpt)}e 22'"' day of October,
2009 the following.described property
as set forth in said Sgummary Fiail
LOT 3 AND WEST 1/j2 OF LOT 2,
BLOCK 3, .HARD ADDITIONN TO
CITY OF STARK ~;PLORIDA, AS
PER PLAT,T OREF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK GP E 56 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
Any person claiming an Interest in
the surplus from the sale, If any, other
than the prtabrty owne.as of the date
of the Ils pendens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this ,210t day of September,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TE ~:
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
Oct. 8, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 7A
Continued from Pag 6A
determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner received
notice of-the agency action or
proposed decision; (d) A statement of
all disputed issues of material fact. If
there are none, the petition must so
state; (e) A concise statement of the
ultimata facts alleged, including the
specific facts the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification of
the agency's proposed action; (f)
A statement of the specific rules
or statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification ot the
agency's proposed action including
an explanation of how the alleged
facts relate to the specific rules or
statutes; and, (g) A statement of the
relief sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action the petitioner
wishes the agency to take with
respect to the agency's proposed
action. A petition that does not
dispute the material facts upon which
the Permitting Authority's action is
based shall state that no such facts
are in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as set
forth above, as required by Rule 28-
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this Public
Natice-of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right
.to petition to become a party to the
proceeding, in accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation is not available
for this proceeding.
' 9 %Q/tdpd-BCT
LEGAL; NOU~CE ~
The Executive Committee of
'FloridaWorks will hold a meeting
on Friday, October 9 at 2:30 p.m.
at FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 13"' St.,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE
SESSION OF THE ALACHUA/
BRADFORD REGIONAL WORK
The Alachua/Bradford Regional Work
Force Board's Executive Committee
di/ba Florida Works ("Board") will meet
in an' executive session on Friday,
October 9, 2009 at 1:30 p.m., prior
to an Executive Committee meeting
on that day. The Executive Session
will be held at the One-Stop Career
Center located at Florida Works, 4800
S.W. 13h Street, Gainesville, Florida.
The executive session will be
attended by Executive Committee
members: Linda Tatum, Clay Martin,
Ken McGurn, Frank McGeown,
Jim Painter, Cris Andersen, Sonia
Douglas, Patti Breedlove, Lydia
Bush; the Board's AE, Angela Pate,
and Attomney Marian B. Rush.
The subject matter of the executive
session is the appeal/grievance filed
by Arbor Education and Training in
connection) with ITN#06-02-2009.
The discussions during this session
shall. be confined to settlement
negotiations and/or strategy relating
to Litigation expenditures. The session
will be recorded by a certified court
NOTICE OF INFORMATIONAL
Clay Countya will be hosting an
infrmtioalpublic meeting, as
provided for in Section 403.9424,
Florida Statutes, regarding the siting
plication that Florida Polkier and
L~ht has filed with the Department
ofEnvironmental Protection for its
proposed EnergySecure Line. The
purpose of this meeting is to further
inform the public about the proposed
natural gas transmission pipeline,
obtain comments from the public, and
assist the County in formulating its
recommendation with respect to the
proposed pipeline. Representatives
from Clay County and Florida Power
and Light will be available to answer
questions regarding the proposed
pipeline. The informational meeting
WIrII be held on Wednesday, October
14, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., in the cafeteria
of McRae Elementary School, 6770.
County Road 315, Keystone Heights,
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida
The regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Commissioners
is scheduled for October 15 at 6:30
p.m. In the Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse. -Agenda is available
online www.bradford-co-fla.org or at
the office of the County Manager, 8C
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN ANQ FOR BRADFORD
PROBATE AND G3UARDIAdSHIP
CASE NO..: 04-2009.-CP-93
IN RE: ESTATE OF TERRY C.
head back to Madison, where it
will turn east, then go north on
Broadway Street, making its way
back to the high school.
S.R. 100 traffic will be
detoured to Edwards .Road
(Southwest C.R. 100A).
T`he Tornadoes will play P.K.
Yonge that night beginning at
On Saturday night, Oct. 17,
the high school will hold a
homecoming dance for students
in the BHS gymnasium. Tickets
will be $5 and go on sale
beginning Oct. 12.
The 16'h annual Great Pumpkin
Escape will take place in
downtown Starke on Halloween
night, Saturday, Oct. 31, fom
Organized as safer alternative
to trick or treating, by the
Downtown Business Community
Association, founders say their
goal has.been realized as the
event grows in popularity every
year. Its success is based on its
appeal for the entire family,'and
families from miles around pour
into downtown to participate in
The Great Pumpkin Escape
features games, contests,
entertainment, food and, of
course, lots of free candy!
Proceeds from the event
provide scholarships in
memory of beloved downtown
.businesswoman Naomi Herres,
who helped start the Pumpkin
DBCA is seeking corporate
sponsors to help support the
event. Also needed are donations
of candy, small toys, gift
certificates, etc. Contributions
can be mailed to DBCA, P.O.
Box 1027, Starke, FL 32091, or
contact Lee Sparks at 904-966-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Terry C. Minx, deceased, whose
date of death was August 10, 200g;
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division; File Number 04-2009-CP.
93; the address of which is Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative's attorney Bae set forth
AII creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, and who have
been served a copy of this notice,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE O0F
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have claims or
demands against decedent's estate.
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated .claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THR;EE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE IOF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FiRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE IS OCTOBER 8,
Attomey for Personal
Larry E. Clesia
4400 NW 23" Ave., Suite A
Gainesville, Florida 32606
M 3 (voice)
,- ,- ~ S600tax
Iciesia -a o~m
Florida Bat No. 283533
Dudley P. Hardy
403 W. Georgia Street
Starke, Florida 32091
10/8 2tchg 10/15-BCT
LAK ERE G0 N
CLAY COUNTY S.H.I.P.
On Jl~a 7.1992 the Governor
of Foiasigned the William E.
Sadowski Affordable Housing Act
into law. The Act is a comprehensive
funding package for state and local
affrdable housing programs. Aon
with these programs, this Act cet
the requirements that localities adopt
a State Housing Initiatives Partnership
(SHIP) Local Housing Assistance
Plan to be eligible to receive the
available program funds. Pursuaint to
this Act, Clay County has a Housing
Assistance Plan for 2007/2008,
2008/2009, and 2009/2010. Program
funds will be distributed on both a
competitive and non-competitive
basis depending on program activity
and appropriation. Listed below by
activity are Clay County's Programs.
Eligible participants must qualify
under the Income requirements
as listed for each program: Very
low (50% of Median), Low (80%
of Median), or Moderate (120%~)
of Median. For further information,
contact the Clay County SHIP office
at 278-4700 or 529-4700. The Clay
County SHIP office is located at 247'1
State Road 16 West, Green Cove
Springs, Florida. Please call the SHIP
office for instructions on submitting
applications- No applications will be
mailed or faxed. Office hours are 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
$350,000 FI'SCAL YEAR 200972010
NO FUNDS WILL BE ALLOCATED
FOR ANY PROGRAM UNTIL
NOVEMBER 8, 2009.
Funds will be used in this program
to assist qualified homeowners
whose houses are in need of repairs.
Repairs will be determined by the
SHIP Coordinator. This program is
for applicants with income in the very-
low and low category. Repairs will not
exceed $40,000.00 per house. These
..funds are available as either grants
or no Jlnterest loans. Applications will
be accepted from November 8, 2009
until all funds have been exhausted.
Funds will be used In this program to
assist qualified homeowners whose
houses are in need of emergency
repair. Emergency repair will be
determined by the SHIP Coordinator.
This program is for applicants with
income in the very-low and low
categoryRepars will not exceed
$1,0,0per house. These funds
are available as either grants or no
interest loans. Applications will be
accepted from Nrovember 8,2009 until
all funds have been exhausted.
Qualified homebuyers can purchase a
new or existing home with a 1% down
payment. A maximum of $20,000.00
.is available for 'assistance with
closing cost and/or down payment
assistance. Existing or new homes
cannot exceed $247,500.00 in cost.
The SHIP Ioan will be a repayable
loan with no Interest. This program is
for applicants in the very-low, low, or
moderate category. Preference will be
given to very-low and low classified
applicants. Applications will be taken
from November 8, 2009 until all funds
have been exhausted. *
SPECIAL NEEDS HOUSING
This program will provide partial
funding of the total cost pending
funds availability for the construction
and/or rehabilitation of temporary,
transitional, or long-term rental
housing for special needs groups.
Applicants must be a non-profit
organization. This program Is for those
tenants whose income Is classified
as very-low or low. These funds are
available as a grant. Applications will
be accepted from qualified non-profit
organizationstfrom November 8, 2009
until all funds have been exhausted.
This program will provide emergency
repairs to victims of a natural disaster
as declared by a government boy
Funds may be used for items suc
as, but not limited to, purchase of
emergency s plies, to weatherproof
damaged ii homes, interim
repairs to furtherr damage, tree
and debris removal, construction/
repair of wells, and soft costs required
to process assistance applications
These funds will be expended a
either gats or loans with no Interest
due. Tis program is for those
applicants whose income Is classified
as very-low or low. Funds winl not be
allocated to this strategy exceptin the
case of a federal or state disaster
SHIP FUNDS MAY NOT BE USED
TO PURCHASE. REHABILITATE'
OR REPAIR MOBILE HOMES
Clay Couny its officers, staff, and
aet isds that it Is unlawful to
d scriminate on the basis of race.
creed, color, aga, sex. familial status,
marital status. national origin or
Barbara L. Taytor. SHIP Coordinator
NOTICE OF INCFORMTIONAL.
I:YnCla Cunty will be hosting an
infrmtioalpublic meeting, a
Wvided for in Section 403.9424'
Florida Statutes, regarding the stn
kadpicon that Roddan Poe
Lg has filed with the Department
of Environmental Protection for its
proposed EnergySecure Line. The
prpose of this meeting is to further
inform the public about the pose
natural gas transmission pieine'
obtain comments from the pbi, and
assist the County in formulating its
recommendation with respect to the
and Light will be available to answer
questions algarding the proposed
pipeline. The informational meeting
will be held on Wednesday, October
14, 2009 at 7:00 p.m., in the cafeteria
of McRae Elementary School, 6770
County Road 315, Keystone Heights,
Board of County Commissioners
Clay County, Florida
NOTI1C OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice Is hereby given that
the undersigned, Breton a Lawn
Maintenance. Inc., 6550 Woodland
Drive, Keystone He ghts, FL 32656,
joint owners, doing bsiness under
the firm name of: Turf Surfers Lawn
Maintenance, intends to register
fictitious name under the aforesaid
Dated this 5th day of Qctober, 2009 in
NOTICE OF nsHERIFPS SALE
Notice is hereby given that prsuant to
a writ of execution heretofr issued .
out of the Ciarcit Court. Seminote
Coun CFlorida Case No.08-CA.
3679 4 on September 15, 2009
in the matter of Ronald E. Hobbs
& Constance J. Hobbs h Me wi
Plainifs vs. Larec PM erkk
& Marlyn M. Porterfeld, his wife
defendants. 1. Jerry Whitehead, A
Shortff of Union County. Florida. have
levied upnall the rgt. title and
laterest ofthe defe ra~ ) Lawrence
& Marily M. Porterfed, to-wit.
Towsi 4 South, Rag 19 Eak,
Section 31: N H of S H fNW % of
NE H of Union County less Parcel
*A' conveyed to John A. Porterfeld
and Beverly Porterfield on Febru r
24, 1999 as recorded in book la
pae243 subsequently conveyed to
Ia- Investment Group on July 19
2004 as recorded in tMo 208 pa
P 1 e'A' is described as follows.
Commence at the northwest comer
of the N Va o S of NW, of 4NE w4
section 31 Townshlp 4 south, Ran e
19 East. Union Coutn, Florida a d
run thence N 89031 0' E alo g
the north line of said N H of S Hno
NW W of NE \4. 688.71 feet to the
pont of beinning thence continue
S89031'04' Eaetn said north line
209.00 feet, then S 0o57'17"E
209.00 feet to the pint of beginning'
Containg 1.00 ar me le '
Togetnirg ait n Q o ease ent
for inrss ad eress described a
follows: A 30tot sr of land 3
feet to the ri ht of a lin described as
follows: beg n at the northwest comer
of the N W of S W of NW \4 of NE U
section 31 township 4 South. Ra g
19 east, Union County Florida and
run thence N 89a31 0" E alone the
north line of said N W of S Wo NW
W of NE 'A, 688.71 feet to the pblnt of
And on November 19, 2009, at
.00X a~m. or as soon thereaf er as
circumstane Itnn, I will offer the
above desrb poet for sale
at pbli outer n sel the saent
subject to ALL prior liens, if any, to
the highest and best bidder for CASH
IN HAND, plus Florida State Sales
Tax, if a piable, the proceeds to
be applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and satisfaction of
the above described execution. In
accordance with the American with
Disabilities Act, persons needing a
special accommodation to participate
in this proceeding shall contact
the Civil Process Unit at the Union
County Sheriff's Office not later than
seven days orior to the proceeding at
55 West Main Street, Lake Butler, FL.
32054 Phone # 386-496-2501.
Jerr Whitehead As Sheriff
OfUnion County Florida
~By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
10/8 4tchg 10 4UCT
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
& AIPPIATION, '
The Town Council of Worthin to
Springs herb reusts prpsl
from qualified idvuals or ain to
provide one or more of the following
services for the To~wn of Worthington
Spig' anticipated 2009 Commun t
bedpet B8lock Grant (CDBG
applicto or on a continuing
basis for other secal poet: 1)
Administration anlr2) Ewneering.
Certain federal and state requirements
(such as eqal employment
provisions) will apy to the contract
for this project Cotracts will be
Issued separately for each service.
Professional services required shall
be secured in accordance with CDBG
Reg1stions including 24CFR, Part 85,
a other procurement requirements
adopted by the Florida Department of
Projects may include infrast~ructure
improvements, or development, land
purchase; comeribcial or economic
detb1pmient 'er0tiviies;: and other
similar activities as may be identified.
Administration services will include
complete management and reporting
for the project to include, but not
be limited to, the following tasks:
environmental review, contract
management, financial trackirin and
advisory management mon rrn
labor standards, review of policies a d
procedures and all other federal or
state imposed requirements for grant
implementation and compliance,
Civil englneering services will include,
but not be I~mited to, preliminary
evaluationlInvest nation, feasibility
anal sis testing, sign, architectural
staeies, cost estimating,
perm itng, contract and construction
management, insetion, and other
similar services. ypes of projects
anticipated include water, Sewer,
roads, sidewalks, etc. with firms
submitting possessing expertise in
and registered personnel for projects
of these types.
Submittals should include corporate
information, personnel who would
work on the project, related experience
of those personnel, public entity crime
form, management work plan s owing
milestones and expected timeframes,
firm/personnel workload, and any
other. relevant information deemed
necessary. Certified MBE firms are
encouraged to submit certification
documents with their submittals.
Task analysis may be required for
certain contracts therefore proposals
should include proposed tasks to
be accomplished for each service.
Proposals for each service will be
separately evaluated on an equal
competitive basis using the following
criteria: (1) experience or ability
to become experienced with the
Florida Small Cities CDBG program
or similar programs (25 Pomnts);
(2) staffing and management (20
Points); (3) technical approach to
local needs including taSK OUtline Of
work management plan for proposed
completion (20 Points); (4) familiarity
or ability to become familiar with local
conditions (20 Points); (5) quality of
references ~and their responses (10
Points for Administration Services/
15 Points for (Engineerng
services) and (5) fee (5 ont o
Administration Services). The fee
quoted must indicate a basis for
calculation and submittal. Fees may
be quoted as lump sum, hourly rate
or task completion rate. Engineering
and other eligible service fees w Il
be n gtated after selection via the
CCN [F.S. 287.055).
One (1 oiinal and five (5) copies
of soae proposals, marked
"SEALED PROPOSAL FOR CDBG/
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES", must
be received by 4:00 p.m. EST on
Wednesday. October 21, 2009, at
the Worthington Springs Town Hall,
11933 SW 36th Dnve (shipping
or delivery only) or P.O. Box 150,
Worthington Spnings. Florida 32697,
Attn: Pat Harrell, Town Clerk, in
order to be considered. Fax or email
proposals. will not be accepted. For
'Iynote inormation, contact Pat Hatrrell
at 386-496-1006 on Wednesdays
or via email at patriciaharrell@
windstream.net Proposals will
be opened as soon as possible
after the submission deadline and
evaluation and selection will occur
in accordance with CDBG and other
funding a encies requirements at
- a time and place to be determined.
An evaluation committee may be
appointed and interviews may be
conducted. Contracts resulting from
the process will be subject to review
and will be fashioned so as to protect
the Town's interest.
The Town reserves the right to reject
any and all proposals, to waive any
informalities or irregularities in the
proposal process and to award the
contract in~thre best interest of the
Town. The services contract is subject
to grant award and release of funds
by t funding a .nc
EQoUALOPP U~rNI EM PLOYER;
FAIR HOUSING, HANDICAP
H meCom0 jg.,
Bradford High School's
homecoming week runs Monday
through Saturday of' next week,
Tornado Whirl, the
communitywide pep rally before
the homecoming game featuring
class skits, performances and the
.crowning of the homecoming
queen, will take..place Thursday
night, Oct. 15, beginning 7 p.m.
mn the football stadium.
Bradford High School's
homecoming' parade will begin
at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 16.
Entries will Inne up next to the
school on West Washi ngton Street
beginning at 11:45 a.m. Once the
parade begins, it will travel south
on Orange Street and turn west
el ladison Sr en (SR slo0u%
at Epperson and east at Lafayette,
making its way back to Orange.
It will turn north on Orange and
Page 8A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Oct. 8, 2009
/ T-shirts on sale for Tigers
~* < .l (ICH omecomingll T-shirts 4196-4894 or Cindy Maddox at IP C ~
t~ a1 em~e e~, (~ ~lAll sizes ar~e (386) 496 4199. M C
A attorney at Law
Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
Now accepting Mastercard Visa Discover and Debit Cards
155 SE 6" Place Lake Butler, FL
(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off of Main Street)
TiRED OcfnF ALTH~E PEN~AL Tif5?~
At the end of the 2008-2009 school year, recently retired Union County school
employees were recognized a school board meeting, receiving plaqlies for their
many years of service to the students of the district. (L-R) Superintendent Cariton
Faulk with Pam Hendricks (nine years of service), Shirley Dampler (13 years),
J.T. Parrish (19 years), Margaret Williams (20 years), Iids Holmes (11 years), Terry
Stroemer (23 years), Carol Lewis (28 years), Emogene Box (29 years) and.Lillie
Mae Godbolt (30 years). Not pictured were Betty Godwin (10 yeara, Lula Mae
Bridgeman (22 years), Carol Jean Harria (26 years) and Cheryl Howard (27 years).
Photo courtesy of Cathy Sams.
And the win ner is...
Lisa Newberry (left) of Lake City was the winner of the Tim Tebow autographed-
football jersey that was given awayr as part of a fundraiser drawing held by the
Lake Butler Lions Club. Newberry is shown here with Tim Glebeig, owner of
Custom Computer Services, who donated the jersey.
IgUn and BluePrint Services
SiBA~ll Vosr Bauilsnoi Needs
3 6-96-373 386-623-7063
We Lo You!
Love, Nana, Mommyt~,
Daddy & PapFa
DONN~A W.t LAND .
LisamedIrr meet~l usas rsr~
"There b Nothing Like North Florida Land"
Residential & Ilmd Sales/Brokjerage
Accredited Luxury Home Spiecialist!
Beautiful Home in La~gittle
Have this brand new 3BR-2BA home built on your land or ours,
Beautiful Homes Only Subdivision located just outside the city
limits of Lake Butler. Only 1-2 miles from local schools. Home
features 15' vaulted ceilings in Living Room and much, much
more. Completion dates Jan. 15, 2010. 08y 1515,9000
OWNER HOMELAND PACKAGE PLANS TO CHOOSE FROM
Angie Hendricks, Realtor
(386) 623-1873 .
Donna W. Land, Broker
Jessica Wori-ell, Realtor
(386) 623-7772 1-1
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shirts, which are on border and
are expcctedl to be in next
Hec surle to b~uy youlr shirt
and wear;~ it to the homecoming
game on Friday, O)ct. 23, when
the TIigers meetl the Taiylor
'II 1 Iull gjlo TI-shirts are
$10 each and can be purchased
at the UCHS guidance office.
For more information, contact
either Jaelyn Steverson at (386)'
LEFT: The back of the shirt takes a good-natured jab at
some Tiger rivals. RIGHT: The front of the T-shirt.
MSG Sam Balley, 61, Is surrounded by his family (beginning clockwise from Balley's
right) his wife of 37 years, Glenda Balley, granddaughter Chlne -Balley, grandson
Chance Balley, daughter-in-law Kim Balley, son Stevie Bailey and grandson Chase
Bailey returns from Iraq
commissioned officer,, who
wans responsible for the cooks,
ensuring that more than
30,000 meals were served
each day during Operation
Iraqi Freedom. Also, while
in Iraq, Bailey participated
in Baghdad's version of the
Jacksonville River Run along
with over 30 additional racing
competitions provided by the
Bailey was among 250
soldiers who arrived at
Jacksonville Airport and
received a welcome home
escort from a group of Vietnam
veterans to Cecil Field.
Union County's MSq
Sam Bailey of the 146t
Expeditionary Signal Battalion
from Jacksonville, returned
home on Oct. I after serving a
one-year tour of duty in Iraq at
Bailey served as the
battalion food services non-
location for the event will bC
the Quail Heights Country Club
Fo" e*,.Sstraton information
or to sponsor the tournament,
contact James Redmond at
(352) 494-808 I or mail
The Bluegrass band Even
Money will perform at Lake
City Community College on
Tuesday. Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
in the Levy- Performing Arts
Cente.Te s ho is 1 pant or
Ticket prices are $15 for
adults, $14 for seniors (ages 55
and over) and $13 for LCCC
staff and students, and students
from other schools. For more
information, call the box office
at (386) 754-4340.
The fi rst annual Union County
Volunteer Fire Department Golf
Scramble has been rescheduled
for Saturday, Feb. 20. The new
8Waf0S r s
On Wednesday, Oct. 14, the
:_Union County High School.
i .girls volleyball teams will host
Bradford High School in a Dig
Pink National Breast Cancer
~Dig Pink attendees will
i;watch the girls compete on
the- court while contributing
to breast health awareness
at makin mathtatement a
junior varsity game will begin
i"at 4 p.m. followed by the
varsity game at 5.30 p.m. in the
SUCHS gymnasium. ~Admission
Swill be $5 for adults and $3 for
Before, during and after the
Volleyball match there will be
many special events such as
honoring breast cancer victims
~~and recognizing breast cancer
A portion of the ticket sales
and all donation proceeds will
Sa national 501(c)(3) located in
Washington, D.C. For more
information about the event,
you can contact Trudy Andrews
by e-mail at Andrews f@union.
kl2.fl.us or call (352) 494
Sa rd is
SOct. 25 .
Sardis Baptist Church will
celebrate.its homecoming on
'Sunday, Oct. 25, from 10:30
a.m.-12 p.m. The guest speaker
will be Brother Lewis Cooper.
Dinner will follow the service.
350 SW Main Bfvd. Lake City, FL 32025
3882 W US Hwy 90, Lake City, FL 32055
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ABOVE: The 2009 Union County
SMlteyJ~(rtee.(ootball team.(not w
Hendrieth, Jarrett Foerman,
Cheeley Blvins, Jordan Smith, ;
Chase Crawford, Jace Oody, P;
Trevor Rogers, Daniel Toll;HErud,
Hunter Jenkins, Shane Leigh, ,
Caden Cox, Dylan Teston, Jason :!. t
Ferguson, Corey HiII, Gage
Hedricks, Chad Sanders, Cortez
Slocum, T.J. Robinson, Jamarion
Griffin, Aaron Edwards, Dawson .
Johns, Tavion Cox, Griffin 8jF~~~-i$ ~CY ': > i i
Whiteley, Tate Worrell, Trace .
Croft, Chase Curtis, Clayton Irr", *
Connelly, Al Quron Williams, siEBif i.a:,
Dalton Hutchison, Gavin Dukes,
Sidney Johnson, Jason Hedrick,
Joseph Lennon, Lane Lewis,
head coach Jason Johns and ~1~-
Sassistant coaches J.R. Jenkins,
SWesley Lewis, Bret Dukes and
Damon Whiteley. RIGHT: The
2009 Union County Junior Pee
Wee cheerleaders are (not in order as pictured) Morgan Arnold, Kayla Geraghty, Kensley Hamilton, Kyler Herndon, Blakely Jones, Nicole Luke,
Samantha Sardo, Katie Scott, Mikaela Te~nch, Sara Waters, Gracle Wilder, assistant coach Judy Stegall and head coach Katen Jones.
An economist's guesr is liable to be as good as anybody els's,
WILL ROGERS 1879-1935, Amterican Humorist Actor
;There /s nothing so stupid as an educated man, I~f you get himt off the thing he avas educated
in. WILL ROGERS 1879-IP35, Amterican Humorist, Actor
The churches and businesses 11tlls
unreL you to allend the church of i~E
also conduct skills Iesting of '
potential employees in morle
than 1,000 skills ap~lic~ationls
f'rom reuading: a\ tape~ mac;sure,
enshiering andit acouning ir
to~ Iunumerus o~ffice~ so~ftware ~
ap'plicationls sulch as Micrlosoft
titles and more.
Gladden a~nd Stewa\~rt can a~lso
assist customers that come into
the office with how\\ to file~ for
unemployment cocmpensation 1
and Social Secur~ity benefits,
as w\ell as career dlevelopment
skills training, resume writing
and access to the largest job
bank in the United States.
They also provide specialized
services such as dislocated
worker's assistance, job
opportunities for adults over
the age of 55 and veterans
Gladden, who served eight
years in the U.S. Army as a
computer operator, said there
are many services available
for veterans including an
incarcerated veteran transition
program and Project Enable, a
program that assists disahled
veterans with re-ente~ring the
"Iln the inca~reeraed \etetrans
program, they aire prepared
for the working, world, such
as obtaining a G;ED and
using military skills to match
them with civilian jobs," said
Gladden. "These veterans can
be bonded for $5,000 through
the agency. alleviating potential
employer's reservations about
hiring aI formercl inmate," she
TIhe We lfa re Trainsition
Program~ provides eligible
I~nmilies with services thlat
assist thiem in becomningi self-
sufficientl. Services include
job sou~rch, p~reparatlion and
plIacement, education and
training, case management
and counseling, subsidized
childcare and transportation
Stew\art added that the One
Stop Career Center offers more
benefits than people realize and
many do not realize it's all
"Ilf a person just can't locate
a job in the area, we can offer
training for a new career field
and sometimes we can provide
relocation assistance," she
receives grants throughout
the year to continue providing
various types of training and
programs to the public. Other
support services such as gas
v:ouchers, uniforms or scnrbs,
or too~ls are provided to those
Classes are also offered
through the job club and include
sulch topics such as dressing
f'or success, financial planning,
making a budget, mock
interviews and assistance with
buying professional clothing.
"T'he biggest thing is just
getting people through the
doo~r," Giladde~n said.
BY T'ERESA STONE
Tlimercs Staffj~ WrIite~r
Mary Glaldden and Y'asmine
Stewr\\t sarid things are picking
ulp at the ne\ O~ne Stop Carcr
Center office in ILake Butler,
TIhe` office opened its doors
in August, although many
residents may' not be awavre
they: are even'l there due to the
*"What w~e tell people is that
wve are in the office building
with the gazebo behind
Winkler's Appliance Store,"
Gladden serves as the office's
employee service representative
and is in the process of making
contact with area businesses
and inviting them to hop on
board and take advantage of the
many free services offered by
the One Stop Career Center.
Some of the services offered
include the use of the Employ
Florida Marketplace, an online
labor market tool specifically
designedfornot only employers,
but also job seekers. Potential
employers can use the Web site
to post job openings, research
grant funded education and
trai ni ng programs, search
for employee candidates and
receive automatic notifications
of new candidate matches.
`One Stop staffers also
provide employer services
such as pre-screening, taking
applications and interviewing
potential employees. They can
Yasmine stewart (left) and Mary Gladden are
available to match job seekers with local employers
at the La'ke Butler One Stop Career Center.
Stewart was previously
employed as a clinical assistant
at Three Springs at Union, a
secure residential living facility
for male juvenile sex offenders.
She credits Florida Crown with
assisting her after she was laid
off from her former job. A
licensed CNA, she is cunrently
enrolled in the registered
nursing program at Lake City
Gladden relocated to Lake
City from Cincinnati, Ohio.
She previously worked at a
pharmaceutical clinical research
company as an administrative
The business hours at the
One Stop Career Center are
Monday-Friday, 8 a~m.-5 pn.m.
An appointment ianot necessary
but is recommended. You can
reach Gladden or Stewart by
calling the. One Stop office at
UC Library haS
activity .. .
At the Union County Public Library, children attending
preschool storytime got to plant special bookmarks
containing flower seeds. Storytime is every Wednesday
and Thursday at 10 a.m. at the library. Parents and
preschool children are welcome. For more information,
please call (386) 498-3432.
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BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor '
The Lake Region Pop Warner
program at Little Rain Lake
Park was up and running at the
.end of September, with three
teams playing Alachua County
Football~parent and volunteer
Bill Curtis said the local kids
had played well, but there
was no word on which team
ABOVE: Jozee Smith, 5, and Josle A'dams, 7, are
Indians Tiny Mite cheerleaders in the Lake Region Pop
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held aloft by team
Warner staff said
they still lacked
c eerleaders in
two age groups,
as has often
been the case,
but enrollment is
about the same
parents and fans lined up for
hamburgers, hot dogs, sodas
and other snacks.
The next Pop Warner home
games for the three little Indians
teams, will be held at Little
Rain Lake Park, just north of
the Brooklyn Lake Bridge, on
Saturday, Oct. 10. Lake Region
teams will play Union and
South Putnam counties.
Pop Warner cheerleading
competitions are also
scheduled on Saturday, Oct,
17, at Keystone Heights High
won--nobody keeps score. The
Lake Region program features
Mighty Mite, Tiny Mite and
Junior Peewee teams.
The name of the Pop Warner
game is skill building and
having fun, The weather was
just right as one opposing
Santa Fe team, sponsored by
Breenan's Machine Service,
lined up to make their dramatic
entrance onto the field. When
the whistle blew, the boys
broke through a large sheet
this year as it always has been,
despite a down economy.
Curtis said that when boys
apply who don't happen to fall
into the three available teams,
they are usually placed in the
team above or below their
age group, depending on the
prospective player's size.
The program runs on
registration fees, donations and
income from the concession
stand. The stand was busy two
fall Saturdays ago as players,
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On Saturday, Oct. 10, T'he
Mercy Network of Clay County.
and Evangel Temple Southwest
in Middleburg will hold the
annual community outreach
serving the homeless and low\-
Free services availabic will
include clothing, food, shoes,
tents, sleeping bags, blankets,
toiletries anld other items. A
children's fun area will be
available and there will be
drawings for prizes.
Available information will
include Crisis Pregnancy Center
personnel, and information
on adult education, veterans'
benefits, dental referrals,
childcare connections, medical
information and other services.
Round trip transportation
is provided from Keystone
Heights. To arrange
transportation, call (352)
473-3829. For additional
information call Sheila at (94)
291-8999 or Heather at (904)
"Mi rror. mro.Scf
po~rtraits by' 27 Florida Artists"
will be curated by George
Ferreira of Ice House Gallery
A gala reception is planned
for Friday. Oct. I6, from 7-10
p.m. at the Melrose gallery,
Music will be provided by
Gosia and Ali of Gamnesville.
On Sunday. Oct. 25, Eleanor
Blair will demonstrate oil-on-
canvas self-portraiture faom 3-
Bellamy Road is open Friday
through Sunday from 1-6 p.m.
and by appointment.
The gallery, is located at
5910 Hampton St. in Melrose
on S.R. 26. For further
information, call (352) 475-
.3435 or cell phone (352) 283-
9700. Visitors may also e-mail
com or email@example.com.
representative will be happy to
Keyst~onc ei hts atthne r
Fire Department is plahmed for
Saturday, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. The
event will be held at the KH
Lions Club, 915 Orchid Ave.,
in Keystone Heights. Midlife
Crisis, The Hot Flashes and
Hot Rod Lincoln will perform.
A minimum donation of $5 is
asked. Door prizes, a drawing,
hamburgers, hot dogs and soft
drinks will be shid.
For further information,
contact. Tony Breedlove at
(352) 475-3159 or Jeff Miller
at (352) 478-6081.
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A Melrose Farmers Market
will begin on Friday, Oct. 9,
and be held every Friday from
4-7 p.m. at Melrose Heritage
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local products only. To reserve
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There were almost as many people in the
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newly resurfaced, expanded S;.R 21B.
It was clear the homecoming event had
achieved the desired galvanizing effect.
"Back to the Future" was the -theme for
The procession began with a Bradford
County Sheriff's Office patrol car, siren
blazing, followed by an engine from the
Theressa Volunteer Fire Department.
Next came two young men holding a sign
that' proclaimed the event as Speedville's
first annual homecoming.
Next was Melvin and Janice Byrd, mayor
and mayoress of Speedville for the day, and
the parade's kmng and queen. Lanuise Harnis
and Rufus Hutcheson'
There were kids wearing orange and
blue Gator colors being pulled in a boat;
kids riding on four-wheelers, a float that
celebrated the community's past and its
future. Finally, there was a large flotilla
of classic and tricked out cars from
the Gathering Harvest Auto Club in
Community leaders Larry Ford, Gloria
BrownGloria Hutcheson, Linda Stevenson
and~~~~~~~~ Ft Wi ognz t ee.
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an extended celebration. Vendors selling
eve ythin from food to poket books to
makeupngnd clothes were on hand, as
was a DJ. The organizing committee
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Crith ~ Ca~ke Kisig had sold out The Keystone Heights
a'ind was packing up to leave. farmer's market opened for the
`Franik the bakisr was wmnding fourth successful season last
down with only three chocolate Thursday, with 14 vendors.
: 'es, one plate of peanut butter Coordinator Sandy Rogers
cbooles and a few. loaves of said she was pleased to note
l;.,;P':d. R osiee was still going that only three or four were
..tronrg with customers lining crafts vendors this year. Too
p p for squash, okra, tomatoes many crafts merchants was a
a~'nd eggplant; .but all' her standard complaint when the
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Hutcheson's T-shirts say, "Back to the Future," was the theme for the day.
Speedville residents were encouraged to take pride-in their past and plan
for the years ahead.
Sgave certificates of appreciation to senior
citizens over 65.
The celebration was held at Speedville
Park, a shaded playground recently.
reclaimed from drug dealers whose
presence and influence many Speedvi~e-
residents hope is on the wane. Ford said this
week that the community is watching and,
indeed, the park seems to stay clean. Part
of that is due to the fact that the community
gave the park to Bradford County. Now~,
Ford said, shady characters know: they can
be picked up in the park for loitering.
Borse's work can also be
seen at the Winter Park Autumn
Art Festival, Oct. 10-11 in
Orlando. His work is on the
Web at www.garyborse.
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Barbecued pork or chicken,
sweet potatoes~and baked beans
nreared banRickeSnli ? "i
vega fnnj will be featiun des
musicians Magda Hiller and
Bridget Kelly and storyteller
Herb, Hiller. Lake Butler's
Wayne Roberts will display
hand-crafted whips, and
Grandin's Wanda Weintrau
will show handmade saddles.
Tractor drawn hayrides for
children and adults w\ill
highlight the Clay ranch.
This year. PLC has
permanently preserved more
than 1,200 acres of sensitive
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class, Alsabrook said.
i-didn t asii to gel t nwa t
ch:jaijdrn and their peronalities,
and~i how to work with those
personalities," she said.
~~..One thmng she has learned
sincete that first day, she added, is
'' that~ no lesson or class exercise
wo~irks fpr every student.''
'' ;~lYou have to teach them as
.~ ~~ individualss" she said, "and not
' as a c ass."le
the m peent r ro ipssonr t
tS explain things in ad T~eaent
..way, or treat the material
~.differently until all the students
;AI ady, the students in her
p~lasses have covered addition
:and'st'$ibtrk~i-tion up to "the 12
f~atitilyt' she said..Some of her
~students don't necessarily get
asn abstract subtraction problem
: on i:a white board, but do
(asiriderstand the "concept when
she (and they) use balls to
illustrate more or fewer.
By the end of the year, the
students will be able to write
numbers up to 200; they will
know the difference between
even and odd numbers; they
wsill be.able to count mixed
coins;~ and they will have
conqblred a spelling list and
pilonics. They:ivill have read
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She originally thought that
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"Now, I really love this age
group," she said. To the parents
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I want to let parents know
how much I am enjoying their
She sees all of' her students'
parents on a daily basis as the
children are dropped off and
picked up again at thle school.
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"He's got a gun "
Unsure if the female was
referring to the de uty' or to
Gentry, Shane backed out of the
darkened yard as a .precaution.
It -was then he said that he
said he spotted a man walking
northbound, ~approximately- 20 --
feeti -iky. Shane stated that as
he approached the man, he was
able to positively identify him as
Gentry. Shane st~jedilia Gentry
then ran into another darkened
yard and he decided for safety
reasons not to pursue the suspect.
The victim was transported to
Shands Starke for his njunes.
Shane was later informed that
Continued from p. 1A
told him that he resided with the
victim and that the lease for the
residence was in his name. He
further alleged he did not kick in
the front door, nor did he destroy
any items inside the residence. He
also told the deputy that all the
furniture and other items in the
residence belonged to him and
he had purchased the majority
of them from Rent-A-Center
where he was making monthly
Upon further investigation, it
was revealed that Whaley did not
reside at the residence with the
victim nor wati his name ever on
the lease. In addition, if was found
that Whaley never had an account
with Rent-A-Center and that none
of his personal belongings were at
the victim's residence.
A sworn complaint was filed
against Whaley who turned
himself in to the sheriff's office
on Sept. 29. He was charged
with home invasion robbery and
domestic violence battery.
Continued from p. 1A
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Beasley draw annual salaries of
$9,870 ($9,210 last year).
SCity managerBerchtold receives
bn manual slry of $70,01 ad
Clyatt is paid an annual salary of
$43,785. Neither Berchtold,Clyatt
or the commissioners receive the
health insurance supplement.
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wardd system for students.
Kish said students can earn
Tiger. Tickets for hwig
Tiger expectations. Tihose TIiger
expectations ar~e taught to studetlls
who start out earch da~y w\ith a
"Give me n T-cry hardl, gie
me an 1--integrity, give mec a
G--great attitude, give mc an
E--eager to learn and giv\e me
an R-rIespect others." Tachrlers
and staff who see a student using
one of these charancteristics can l
then reward the studcent wvith a
Tiger Ticket. Collected TIiger
Tickets can then be redeemed d
- -in- the classroom. but caln als~o
be used during a special day
each month for a school-wide
incentive. For example, for the
month of September, students
who had earned enough Tiger
Tickets got to take part in a sno-
At Lake Butler Middle School,
PBS Coordinator Bob Peeling has
implemented a similar approach
with the use of Tiger Bucks. "At
the middle school, students can
earn Tiger Bucks for exhibiting
positive behavior," said Peeling.
The Tiger Bucks can be redeemed
every Tuesday morning at the
school store to purchase items
such as snacks, school supplies,
ball caps or T-shirIts. In September,
a faculty versus girls volleyball
team game was held during school
hours. The price of ardmissioln for
getting out of class to attend the
-gime was two Tiger Bucks.
And it's not ~juls thle Icalchers
who awardi studlents in the.
classroom with Tliger Hucks. All
teachers, aidecs, support staff.
adlministrators, en~fetenn~ workers
aind junitor~ial wvorker~s canl r~ewa~rd
students wvith Tiger Hucks. "I1 an
emplloyee sees a~ Stulden( hold tle
dloor openl forl somleonle else, or
4ay, wvitnesses al student picking
up' a piece of' trash drlopped by
anlother studlent, they r~elnfo~ce
that positive behavior with a
TIigecr Buck," Peeling said. More
than1 julst the rewYard of the Tiger
Buck, personnel will go to the
student and talk to the student -
itbotil the positive behavior that
was displayed, giving a child that
extra attention for doing what is
Adding a little fun to the mix,
Peeling said the middle school
football coach donated eight
football tickets that were auctioned
off to the student bidding the
highest amount of Tiger Bucks.
"At their own discretion, teachers.
can also let students redeem their
bucks for privileges such as free
time in the classroom," said
Michelle Green. Union County
H-igh School's PBS coorlinator,
said faculty and staff are focusing
on protective strategies that begin
with defining to studentswht
appropriate behavior is,
To accomplish this, Green said
teachers review with students
the posters in place around the
school. These posters will focus
on the PBS word of' the month, 8
word that.students will also hear
during the daily announcements.
EaIch month on early release days,
an activity will be completed that
revolves around the word of the
month. With this in mind, teachers
anid faculty are to individually
recognize students when they are
seen using appropriate behavior.
A system of awards has also
been established at the high
school. Students who display
the characteristic of the month
are named as Top Tigers. Just
before the end of each prolgress. ~
report period,- teachers nomnflfite ai
student from each grade who has
displayed the characteristic of the
month. With the nomination, the
teacher will include'la descriptfoi
of why the- st~ildent is ~being.
An additional requirement foT
being nominated also includes
that the student cannot have any
discipline referrals during the
grading period. The nominations
will then be reviewed and a final
selection made for each grade
(freshmen, sophomore, junior and
senior) and those students will
be announced on the Friday that
progress reports are sent home.
The students will have their
pictures d"ispayed -on bulletin
boards otdethe auditorium
and cafeteria, and will receive
a gift bag and be invited to a
special luncheon at the end of the
rest on its roof.
Smith was pronounced dead at
the scene.Taylor was transported
to Shands Jacksonville with
According to the reportwritt~n
by FHP Trooper D. Currier 111.
charges are still pending. Neither
Taylor nor Smith were wearing
seatbelts. Damage to the vehicle
was estimated at $8,000.
Hanipton man critically
injured in crash
Lucian P, Bradley, 29, of
Hapt ons \vas etc~a0l injrd
biBraldley was riding an Hun j
1471 and Brenda S. Yeomans,
_.51, of -Hawthorne was driving
a 2002 Chevrolet was traveling
northbound behind the bicycle.
According to the report written
by FHP'Tro~oper Shannon Levy.
Yeomans entered the southbound
lane in an attempt to pass the
bicycle. However, Bradley also
attempted to cross to the other
side of the rohd at the same
time. T'he bicycle crossed into
the path of the vehicle and
Bradley wvas struck and then hit
the w\indshield of the car.
He was transported to Shands
11F with critical injuries.
Damage to the vehicle wvas
estimated at $2.500.
1 critically injured in
Ala ai es nle mn vas
critically injured on Oct. 5
on S.R. 121 w\hen his vehicle
struck the rearef a vehicle being
driven by Nicholas A. Watts. 29.
of Lake Butler.
Mark Roche,55,of Gainesville
was driving a 2006 Meit Moped
south on S.R. 121 in Alachua
County and passed a vehicle
traveling in front of him.
Watts was driving a 2000
Honda two-door ahead of the
vehicle being passed by Roche.
According to the report written
by FHPTrooper R. Brewington,
Roche's moped struck the rear
of Watts' car, casuing Roche
to be ejected from the moped.
Roche was transoned to Shands
UF w~ith critical injuries.
est 2te ajo em00.o Dmag
the victim sustained a dislocated
left shoulder and stitches to his
lower lip due to the altercation.
The victim alleged that he had not
only been punched in the face: by
Gentry, but that Gentry also hit
him with a chair.
Shane was lateragain dispatched
to the area when UCSO received
information that Gentry hld
returned and wvas armled with a
Shane. Williams. Tomlinson
and Deputy James Crew\s all
responded. While at route, the
911 call center received several
more calls alleging Gentry
to be in the area with a gun.
Officers wrere unable to locate
Gerntr\ a~nd werer told b\ several
witnesses that the suspect had
fled on foot after he sw the lights
nrom the approaching patrol cars.
Witnesses also alleged that Gentry
w~as earned with a black handgun,
believe to be a Glock.
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can be used by each school to
Margie Coburn is the Ulnion
County's PBS district coastlinator.
Caobur explained that keeping
.track of the mrotivations that led,
to negative behavior will assist
schools with finding solutions to
:the root of the prblem.
"Sometimes, a student acts
.out because he gr ShCEgcn't -do -
the math, or mayi'jbe can't read
the material, and to save face,
becomes disruptive," Coburn
"The~.main~ thing about the
`program is that it is designed not
only to solve behavior problems,
.-ut provide early intervention for
students who exhibit.behavior -
The individual school site
:directors of the PBS program will
hold regular meetings to go over ,
collected data and make decisions
and solve problems, arrange the
learning environment to prevent
the development and reoccurrence
iof problem behavior, while
teachers and faculty members stay
mivolved by encouraging positive
behavior in students,
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Lawtey died at the scene of a
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was driving a 2006 United
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east of Phillips Highway in the
center lane. Due to wet roadway
conditions, Taylor lost control of
the vehicle, traveled th puh the
left thane andhot thevrt ned an
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the passenger, before conung t?
.~~ lo a a Section B3: Thursday, Oct.' 8, 2009
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
'4t-H has a long history in
Florida--100 years in fact--and
it began in Bradford County.
Bradford wass one of the three
~original counties in Florida-
along with Alachua and
Iiadison- where 4-H clubs
were founded in 1909 by J.J.
Vernon, the University of
Florida's dean of agriculture.
To this day, 4-H's mission is
to 'create supportive
environments for diverse youth
and adults to reach their fullest
E~ach letter H focuses on a
different area of development.
Head- Mental Development.
Deeper knowledge and
ment. Developing interest,
appreciation, and wholesome
Ability to do, skill in doing, and
habit of doing,
Health -PIhysical Decvelop-
ment. U~nder~standing and
appreciating a growing and
TIhe fourt H's are aIlso recfleoced
in the olrganization~'s emblem,
one of the most recognized
symbolls aroundl-a green four-
leaf clover wvith a white H- on
each leaf. TIhe color white
denotes purity, while green,
common in nature, represents
lif e, yout h and spri ngti me.
TIhe first designl was actually~
a threec-ledf clover, ian~ctrodced
by 0.H. Henlson in thle e~arl\
days of the progm~m. TIhe first
three H-'s repreTtSntedIC Heaf,
Heart and Hal~nds. A four-leaf
clover design ~appe~ared around
1908, although thatl fourth H
originallly had a Jallecrent
designation. Benson referred to
it as Hustle, or the readiness to
O.B3. Martin is credited w\ith
suggestring~ that the H's signif\
Head-. Heart, Hands and Health.
Approved officially in 1911, the
potential. Flor~ida 4-H aspires to
be the leading youth
development program that
creates positive change in youth,
families and communities.
4L-H's motto: "To make the
Those four H's stand for head,
heart, hands and health as seen
in the pledge made by every 4-H
member: "I pledge my head to
clearer thinking, my heart to
greater loyalty, my hands to
larger service, and my health to
better living. For my club, my
community, my country and my
faM *** C _wa .~ I~ I
4-H'ers' experiences in the beautiful surroundings of Camp Cherry Lake become
memories they will have forever.
4-H emblem was patented in
19241, and Congress passed a
law\ protecting the use of the 4-H
name and emblem in 1939,
slightly revised in 19418.
See 4-H, p. 6B
The Florida National Guard
is preparing for its largest
deployment overseas since
World War II.
Florida's 53" Infantry
Brigade began six weeks of
pre-mobilization training at the
Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center this week in preparation
for its deployment in January.
Approximately 4,500 troops-
with the inclusion of the 164*
Air Defense Brigade from
Orlando--are training at Camp
Blanding. It is anticipated
daytime firing-range activity
wal lbe beni n, while fie
minimally. There may be some
evening activities, but it was
not anticipated large weapons
systems will be involved,
according to recent
information supplied to the
Flonida National Guard Pubhic
Affir FO ida Guard will
deploy 2,500 tr opw m Ja es7
soldiers will guard
transportation routes and
protect convoys and facilities
thrOughout Iraq and Kuwait as
the United States begins to
turn over responsibilities to the
Iraqi government. The 53
Infantry Brigade is scheduled
to arrive in Kuwait late
January and stay for a year.
Of the 2,500 Guardsmen
heading to the Middle East,
approximately 1,000 will be in
Iraq on security detail and to
guard the Kuwait border.
Another 300 will be in KCuwait,
while 1,200 wvill be inl both
countries as they gua~rd
convoys going back and forth
across the border.
1'.111. (1.ASSIC(' by Flotrida
Guard leaders-w~ill uour in
two phases. It includes a week
of completing nncl.
medical and legal procession,
aird three weeks of small-unit
combat training during which
the soldiers will practice
convoy security, de~tection of ,t
exp'losive device~s. co
control in a comlbat zone anld
medical extraction simulations
among other procediures. After
acnch phase of training, all
soldictsanud units are graded
based on a pass/fail
system. The brigade must pass
ealch phase: of training to be
considered fully qualified for
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTSLoeland '
Paul Knepper, 79, ~of Keympac
Heights, passed away Thursday,
Oct. 1, 2009, at the Park of the
'Palms Assisted Living Center'
He was bomn in Weatherly,:Pa,
on Dec. 11, 1929.~1 tothe lterb
Loland Earl Knepper and 'Mary;
Grace Rowe-Knepper. He was a
$1-year resident of Bradford and
Clay counties where.he attended
St. WNilliams.Catholic Church. He
liked to tinker with things and
loved spendirig time with his
grandchildren. He was a computer
buff, a former television repair
business owner, and an avid Wal-
He is preceded in death by his
wife of 53 ii years, Edna Knepper,
and his grandson. Marli Dyal.
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4 -9, of Str:Ike, died Oct. 6, 2009, at
her residences following a brief
She wvas born in Raiforl on
Sept. 7. 1960. She was an LPN at
Bradford 'ITerrace and a member of
True Vine Ministry Church of
Starke. She served in the -U.S.
;Nav1 anld attended the local
bchools of U~nion County.
~She is survived by: her
'husband, Ezekiel Brown of Starke;
daughters Kurtiza -Bown ;
aatqulelynle Brown and Monillii
rown, all of Starke; sisters, Lillie
Ivlae Herman'ackah of Silver
springs, Md., Juanita Brown of
emmasee, S.C., Vernestine
cldof Tallahassee, Deloris
ahok of Jacksonville;
brothers, Dewitt Hatheock Jr. of
A4popka and John Hathcock of
~ongwood; and two
grandchildrenn f Ms
;Funeral services Mr.
Brown w\ill be held at 2 p.m. on
Satualay, Oct. 10, in the True
Wine Ministry Church of Starke
ivith Elder Ross Chandler
bondu~cting the services. .
Interment will be held at Mt.
Olive Cemetery in Green Cove
Springs under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home. Inc. of
:Starkte. Visitation will be held on
:Friday, Oct. 9, at Haile Menmorial
Chapel, 802 N. Oak St., Starike
Family hour is from 6-7 p~m. and
friends inay visit from 718 pm.m
Guest speaker Rev. Ben Curtis,
First Baptist Churrch of Tracy City, Tennessee
SUNDAY, 0CT. 11, 10345 AM rr 6:00 PM
Monday thru Wednesday,
Oct. 1~2, 13, & 1-4 at 7:00 pm
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Everyone is invited
Service at Affordiable Prices.
Courtney LeAnn Carlson was
bomn and died olt Sept. 18, 2009,
at Shands University of Florida
Hospital in Gainesvil e.
Ggyrtney is survived by her
parents. Tim and Michele Carlson
anCarlson, all of Keystone Heibohr lnghts,
She is also survived by: her
maternal .grandmother, Sp Bl~iq
`''tbrs of Melroso; piatemnal
grandparentst, Tami Lanter of
Lawitey and Charles Someillan of
Keystone Heights; maternal gropat-
grandmother, Alma Jonian 'of
Lake C~ity; paternal gatht-
grandparents, George' and Lynette
Krohn of Mt. Zion, Ill; several
aunts, uncles and many cotisins.
A ~graveside services for
Courtney was held on Mondi~y,
~Sept. 28, at the Keystone Heights
Cemetery with the Rev. Bill
Arran ements are under 'jho
care of 8Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Mary Cook i
Kilpatrick Cook, 61,sf New River
-section of Bradford County, died
Oct. 3. 2009, at the North Florida
.Rogional Hospital in Gainesvillo
after a briief illness.
. She was born in Mobile. Xi i;
living most of her life. in
Jacksonville. She moved to Lake
Butler in 2007. She was an LPN
until she retired.
She was the daughter of the late
Cleveland Kilpatnrck and Mar
Lois Halford. She was of the
-She is survived by her daughter
Michelle (Franklin) Hart of Lake
Bulr af Bn, Jimmy CTa i
rather, Bbby (Marg~aret) Adams
grad~cln, and oe grate
Funeral services were held Oct.
T at Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. Burial will be at a later
date at Dekle Cemotery.
Blitabeth DuBose Gallop, 96, of
:Jacksonville ,and formerly of
Ke stone Heights, died Oct. 6,
20 9, in the Regents Park of
Jacksonville Care Center
following cits extended illness.
A native of Jacksonville, Mrs.
Gallop was the daughter of the
.lqte Alphus David .and .Lula
Blizabeth Haltiwanger DU~ose.
Prior to retiring, she; worked for
gpstqe y~eaus, mn the general
Saccounting'division of the city of
Jacksonville, '. She enjoyed
volunteer work, was an active
memb~r of the Jacksonville
Garden Club, and' enjoyed
spen~di imffe playing the piano
.. Galoibe is survived by: her
son, Marshall C. (pathy) Giallop
Jr. of Jacksonville Beach; two
grandchildren and onoe great-.
g randchildl. he was preceded iri
d eath by her husband. Marshall C.
.Gallop ~Sr.: a daughter, Robecca
SLouise McDonald; and a brother,
Funeral services for Mrs.
SGallop will` be conducted
SThursday, ct. 8, at 4 p~min the
chapel of the Dees-Parrish Family
.,a suem om. with or. Roy
Martin officiating. Interment will
follow in Memoali Cometery.
The family will receive boinds at
the funeral home one hour prior to
t~ he service- .
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to the charity of
Arran ements are -under the
Scare of Does-Parrish Family
Funeral Home of Lake City.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Knnar will be g hl audy
City Hall ll ilP ly bn d a s
favorite covered dish'
'.Jsn .Rommy) oun of ?".%""
i Tresa Knepper and David Dyal
ofr Pensacola, David Knepper of
Cocoa Beach, Larry (Hai)
Knepper of Austin, Texas, and
Francis Knepper of Gainesville;
and his six grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archre
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
We ste r
McAG vm ste wl bel Mel
pSaturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. at the
': AMVETS Post 86 6685 Brooklyn
Bay Rd., Ke stone Heights. All
friends and family are invited.
ervan Berky George Cromer ~
Our family would like to George Phillip Cromer, 82. of
extend the deepest Keystone Heights died
~gratitude and Brad asda .et,30 20, atod
aprecitanon for te love as elems we aa memsi Hor
received from outf family, the Hope Bap ist Church and was
friends and community. a retired engineer from General
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gather~e a Harvey s andi 52 years. Edna P. Cromer:
thle signs posted outside daughters, Debra Griffis and
of local businesses, to Pamela Cromer all of Keystone
the truly w'onderfurl Heights; sisters. Martha Bauers of
articles in the local St. Petersburg and Mary Bryant of
Boilng~ Spaings, S.C.; two
papers, to placing hands granrdchildren and four gratl-
over hearts and saluting, grandchildren,
the respect shown to .Memorial services were held
Bry'an has been Oct. 5 in the Hope Baptist Ch'urch.
hI Burial will be at a later date.
overw e ming. There are In lieu of flowers, the family
no words to express how asks that contributions please be
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Ciog 'Ihm a o 'skey or
of Lake City, Billie Hayes of
Starke; and six grandchildreJl and
Graveside funeral services were
held Oc)t. 7, in Eliam Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, contributions may
be made to Hospice of the Nature.
Coast, 150 N. Main St., High
Springs, FL 32643.
Arrangements are .by Jones-
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or, I ,h nn Melnose o teheoil t
T~orley and was a lifelong area
resident. She was a member of
E'lialm Baptist Church, retired from
the Florida Department of
Comrrections as a secretary, and
also worked in Shands at the
University of Florida in the
payroll and dietary departments.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Arthur W. Tuskey.
She is survived by: children,
Barbara Renfro of Hilliard,
Cio nes survivedl by: his mother,
CIlarissin~ Faysonl of La,;wley; his
fanther, ChrIistmbellr Smnith Sr. of
Hlomelwood. II .; sister~s. Lantonya
Hlernandltez ulnd Britinlee Smiley,
bothl of' La;wley, la'rice Watson
of ILake Bultler and Camnyrn Smith
of H-omnewood, 111.; brothers,
Christopher J. Smith of
Hlomewood, Ill. and Jamie L.
Mobley Jr. of Lawtey; and a
grandmother, Rose Smith of
Funeral services for Mr. Smith
will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 10, at the Bradford High
School auditorium with Elder,
Ross Chandler conducting the
eulogy. Interment will be held in
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will 'be held on
Friday, Oct. 9, at Haile Memorial
Chapel, 802 N.. Oak St., Starke.
Family may visit from 1-2 p.m.
Friends may visit from 3-8 p.m.
STfARKE-Allenl Kir~by Methvin'
.55, of Starke, died Wednlesday,
Sept. 30. 2009., at Baptist Medical
Center inl J\c~ksonviiler after a brief
Mrl. Me~thv:in w\as bornl in
Macon. Ga. nd mved. to
IMiddichurgl w\ith hris famlily il
1966. H-e mnovedt to Stark~e sr\even
wears; ago. Het was thre son of tre
la\te Shedrllick anld Frances
Simmllonls Mhlr~(\in. H-e wa's also
prece~ded inl death by~ a sister'
Jenny Johllnso and a brother-'
He is survived by: sons. Jason
M~ethvin anrd Jeremy Methat'
both of Orange Par~k; sisters, Fran
(T~om) Gross of Starke, and Pan'
(Tlerry) Mohon of Mac~on, Ga.;
and two, grandchildren-
Funemal services were held Oct.
3 at Madison Str~eet Baptist
Church. Archer Funeral Home of
Lake 8t~tler was in charge of
arrangements. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests donations be
made to the Madison Street
Baptist Church Building Fund,
900 W. Madison Street. Starke,
ame m.100um tCmosby Lakke
In lieu of.. powers, memorial
contributions may be made to he
Ja~cksonville Humrane Society it
Arrangements are unlder the
care and trust of Hardage Giddnls
STARKE-Jack Wayne Porter,
75, of Starke, formerly of
Cameronl W.Va., died Friday, Oct.
2, 2009, in the Flaven Hospice of
He was born March 13, 1934,
to the late Willis Herman and
Hilda Belle Blake Porter. He was
a truck driver, a coal miner at the
Ireland Mine, and a U.S. Army
Korean War veteran. He wina
meriber of the American Legion.
Post #18 of Cameron.
He is survived by: his wife, G.
Kay Johnson Porter; sons, Mark,
Richard, and James (Edna), all of
Starke, and William (Gail) of
Camnemn; a sister, Juanita Simonis
of' Orgon; brothers, Willis of
'Cameron and Rodney Paul of
Kansas; nine grandchildren, three
step-grandchildren and seven
In addition, to his parents, he
oa redd Nn dert hywo
brothers, Williamr Franklin and
A memorial service will be held
Friday, Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. at the
CaeoSqumrel Ale nCamemon, withhuc 6
Pastor Ron McCoy officiating.
Memorial contributions may be
made to the Haven Hospice, 42100
NW 90'" Blvd., Gainesville, FL
STARKE-Joe Alan Prevatt, 44,
of Starkre, passed away Monday.
Sept. 28, 2009. He was a native
andlifelong resident of Starke.
He is survived by: his mother.
Kay Starling; wife, Crystal
Pavatt; daughter. Edria McIntire;
stepchildren, Jared and Knightly
Rice, and one granddaughter.-
He was preceded in death by
his father. Lester Prevatt; brother,
J.T. Prevatt; sister, Brenda Kay
Rhoden; and aunt, Martha
A memorial service will be held
at 11I a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 10. at
-the Church of Christ in Starke.
Arrangements* are under 'the care
and direction of ICS Cremati~on
and Funeral Home of Lake City..
Ile nbr dilt er omaMa es wc
He wa~s allso a\ veterans of tle
United States Armny a~nd servedl in
World War II.
Mr. Race was pr~ee'de' d inl dea~th
by his wifet of 171 years. Kathlleen
C. Race, a brouther, Wallace 2Race
anld sister, L~illianl Race.
He is survived by: daughters.
Lynn Murmy of Star~ke, Nancy
Gatti of Wiseasset, Maine; anld his
nlieces anid necphew\s, Peggy aund
Mark Sturtcevant of N.Y., Ro'z
Watt of Daytona Beach, and Peter
Relyea of Ariz. He is also
survived by eight grandchildren,
15 great-grandchildren and 13
great-g reat-gr~andch ildren .
Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Fuiteral Services of Starke.
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Miles, 80, passed peacefully on
Sept. 27, 2009, in Jacksonville-
Mr.MZviles was boml in Hollywood,
Fla. on July 26, 1929, to Earl and
Sue Miles. He was' raised and
4tttended elementary school in
Vienna, Ga. during the
Depression. His family then
moved to Starkle during WWll
where he attended and graduated
Bradford County High School. He
attended Georgia Military College
in Milledgeville, Ga. After one
year, he enlisted mn the U.S. Air
Force and served in Morocco
during the K~orean War where he
remembered setting u a raTdaL
stat on md eating andhei nee
Gradwaold Technical School in
St. Louis, Mo., .and upon
completion, became a laboratory
and x-ray technician. He took a
job at the newly opened Ed Frasdr
Hospital in Macclenny in 1956 as
the first lab and x-ray tech at this
little hospital. In 1960 he became
the administrator of the hospital
and stayed in that capacity for the
next 20 years during which time
he obtained the certificate of need
for Baker County Nursing Home
and was one of the first NH
administrators in the state of
Florida to obtain his nursing home
Mr. Miles moved to
Jacksonyille as the administrator
of Cedar Hills Nursing Center in
1980 and remained in that position
until his retirement at the youn8
age of 71 in 2001. He served on
the board of directors for the
FNHA, especially those meetings
held at his facility with his famous
barbecue. Bill was a family man
and enjoyed spending time on his
yard, golfing, watching all sports
on TV and reading.
He is survived by; his loving
wife of 5) years. Ann; daughter,
Christina "Tina" Miles (Vince)
Wyatt of Niceville; son William
"Billy" Miles; and grandson,
Nicholas Miles Wyatt.
Visitation took place Oct. 2
Mad rin Chpl1801 dan eSoind
Blvd., Jacksonville. A graveside
service was held Saturday, Oct. 3,
Race, 96, a six-year resident of
Starke, passed away peacefully at
home on Monday, Sept. 28, 2009.
Mr. Race was bomn in Albany,
N.Y. on Feb. 9, 1913, to the late
Ernest C. Race and Alice Algeo
'Mr. Race loved the greyhound
and horse races and was an avid
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enjoyed spending time with his
family and grandchildren and
looked forward to their annual
family gathering at their cottage in
Mai~ne which he was able to attend
Mr. Race was a truck driver,
hauling furniture for many years.
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TIhe` 4-H clubs natlion\\ide
are groupIs of young11 people
and adults w\ho mect on a
re~gular basis forl fuLn and
Most clubs hotld mocnthly
Imeetings attended byl members
and parents. TIhe members
elect officers w~ho lead
periodic meetings. Ali adult
club leader advises the
Meetings usually last two
hours or less, with time equally
divided between club business.
recreation and education
The clubs are designed as an
informal, practical program for
youth. In North Central
.Florida., they are part of the
Florida Cooperative Extension,
a program of the University of
The mission of the group is
to use a l earn- by-doing
approach to enable youth to
develop the knowledge,
attitudes, and skills they need
to become competent, caring *
and contributing citizens of the
Club Name Leader Pirolect Meeting Day Place Time
BRADFORD COUNTY 904-966-6299
Alligator Creek Lisa Holtiendorf Horse Euphoria Stables 5:30 p.m.
Brooker 4-H Lisa Holtzendorf General 3rd Monday Lisa's House 6:30 p.m.
Clay Busters Len Eaves Advanced Shootinig Sports Every Wednesday Keystone Shooting Range 3:30 p.m.
Clover Blossoms Kay Androlevich General 1st Tuesday Exension Office 4 p.m.
Green Acres Jodie Brewer & Linda Brown Swine 3rd Monday McKinny Church 6:30 p.m.
GRITS Lisa Tatum General 2nd Thursday Siarke Golf & Country 3:30 p.m.
Hidden Oaks Lloyd Webb Beef 1st Friday Extension Office 6:30 p.m.
Hoof Beats Kim Wilson Horse 2nd Saturday Bradford Riding Club 3 p.m.
Lucky Charms Michelle Duncan Swine 3rd Monday Extension Office .6 p.m.
Northside Clovers Glenda Parrish General 2nd Monday Northside Baptist. 6 p.m.
Shooting Sports Nancy Pearson Shooting 2nd Monday Bradford Sportmen's Farm 3 p.m.
Sampson City Critters Terrasa Woods~ General 4th Monday Extension Office 6:30 p.m.
Southern Roots Jill Fulgham General 2nd Friday Sampson City Church of God 4 p.m.
Country Clovers Stadie Starling General 4th Monday Lawtey NA
Outdoor Adventurers Debbie Nistler Camp Counrselors Varies Exension Office 6 p~m.
Creative Clovers Kim Griffis General 3rd Friday Exension Office 6 p.m.
4-H Firecrackers Brittany Bradley General NA NA NA
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 904-284-6355
Treasure Seekers Patti Crawford General 1st Monday Trinity Baptist Church 10:30 a.m.
Achievers Lisa Roland General NA NA NA
Show Stoppers Donna Leopold Livestock 2 nd M nglay p~~~il Members House. 6:30 p.m.
Libery Riders r 0n~,:~ horses NA ;r$H li' \ts N 1
UNION COUNTY 386-496-2321
Sportsman Duke Emerson &Donna Harris Outdoor Activities Varies Varies Varies
The Groves Brandy Tomlinson & Sara Owen Community Service 4th Tuesday Harmony Free Will Baptist Church 6 p.m.
Explorers Amanda Rhodes Civic Activities 1st Wednesday Lake Butler Elementary 3 p.m.
Livestock Randy Merritt Livestock 3rd Monday First Christian Church 7 p.m.
Science Colan Coody Science Fair Projects Every Thursday Extension Office 3 p.m.
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4-H-- is for1I participants frum
all1 watlks of' lif'e. From farms to
everlybody. T'he foccus of' clubs
can orange from11 horses, to
decoratling, to theater ar~ts, to
studying the State L~egislatur~e.
Student not interested in the
categories nearby may benefit
from neighboring counties in
some cases. There is
paper~work involved, but for
the most part, extension agents
want the children to be
involved rather than observe
4-H clubs and their members
usually concentrate on one or
more projects like gardening,
woodworking, small animals,
food and nutrition, livestock or
To be involved in 4-H, the
child must be between grades
of K-12. The cost in most
cases is minimal. In some
clubs there is no cost at all1 and
in others there is a small fee to
In Florida, 4~-H has been
around since 1909. This year is
the organization's centennial
Volunteers are the key to
providing 4-H programs for
youth. Capable, intereslted
adult volunteers are always
neededl to leald clubs a~nd a~ssist
with activities. Oriientation and
tra~ining is provided. I
Volunteer~s are supported by
professional staff', including a
county 4-H agent. who is a
faculty member of the I
University of Flor~ida.
For further information on
any of the Latke Region clubs,
contact Stephanie Conner or
Christine Marsh at the Clay I /
County Extension Office, J
(904) 284-6355, or visit
In Bradford County, call /4:
904-966-6299 and speak to
Debbie Nistler, or visit
In Union County, call 386- ..~ 4.,
496-2321 and speak to Colan
Coody, or visit
ABOVE: Colan Coody (standing, second from right)
lets students try out a John Deere tractor during a
career day event at Lake Butler Middle School.
RIGHT: From Ilvestock to the legislature, to science
and the arts, 4-H'ers learn a little, or a lot, about
everything, including playing the guitar, as Adam
Wilson is pictured doing.
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BY JAME:S WILLIIAMS
Clay County's 4-H
Lgi nature p ogram s sheade
From January to the end of:
June legislature 4-H students
create and practice speeches,
while mentoring new 4-H'ers.
Students must participate in
other 4-H areas like livestock
or consumer judging, activities
they need to qualify to attend
the legislature session.
The students perform
community service projects,
like helping the supervisor of
elections on election night by
putting away equipment
brought back from the pollmng
The students hear speakers
in their meetings, from
Chambliss from the elections
office spoke on what
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But the highlight of the year
is when Burris takes students
to Tallahassee for a weeklong
mock Legislative session in
Tallahassee. Students present
bills and debate them, lobby
for the bills they introduce and
then vote. At the end of the
program, awards are handed
Last year, Burris's
Legislature Program received
'ftlt &4-H T&fS!
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for a job, well done!
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Students at Lake Butler Elementary School watch as Union Coirmty 4-H program
assistant Colan Coody adds the "magic" ingredients for making butter.
Volunteers keep 4-H going
in Un ion year afe r year
Lexy Nordin heads to a session to lobby for her bill.
program, canoed the Suwannee
Rive tr form Eilaville to
Dowlingi Park (w\hat a day)!
Also, 4-H'ers in Baker
Hamilton and Ulnion counties
explored Troy Springs and the
Suwvannee River. In July, 31
Linion County youths had an
excellent time at the 4l-H Cam p
Chrnrt Lke in North Madisoo
Our traditional 4-H clubs
enjoyed a year of community
sri les aletiviti s, show ng
County Fair, cookouts and
leadership programs. The
traditional Union County 4-H
clubs are lead by adult
volunteers in the community.
Every volunteer has a full-
time job, home and family, yet
they give freely of their time
and resources to ensure our 4-
H youth have a positive
Sportsmlan Club volunteers
Duke Eimerson and Donna
Harris involve 4-H'ers in
outdoor activities such as
orienteering and environmental
issues. 4'H'ers are engaged in
map reading and determine the
V..Iu ~ akr raidy
?..lilnthu~l ..n CI.~intl a Owen
lead community service based
activities such as food baskets
for the needy or assistance for
the elderly such as visiting
nursing homes and singing
Christmas carols and baking
Amanda Rhodes is in charge
of the 4-H Explorers ~program
for elementary school-aged
chiildren. This month, the
explorers will. be visited by
Union County Emergency
Medical Services employees
who will show the inside of a
rescue vehicle and teach the
students when to use 9`11
sen te Livestock Club with
Randy Merritt, the main focus
of the club is readying 4-H'ers
andteir sh animlsfor k
weekly meetings of the science
club where 4-H'ers work on
their upcoming science :fair
Volunteers, we cannot do all
\ve do without you. Someone
once said, "A man is no taller
than when he is on his knees to
help a child." That statement
was just as true then as it is
sho tht e # ag
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staf Writer
During the past year, Union
County 4t-H School
Enrichment programs have
continued to grow and expand
with -projects such as
environmental programs and
Florida Project Learning Tree.
Sc eo was rt untly choeh a
one of six schools in the state
ord f ndn for suen s an
teachers to investigate
environmental issues and
engage the community in
service learning projects that
create green and healthy
Working cooperatively with
Lake Butler Elementary
School teachers ana Kimberly
Shaw of Lake Butler Middle
School, we have added
tremendously to the overall
education of our students.
Through various hands-on
activities, classroom skills,
responsibilities and life skills
our students have been taught
to make better decisions when
it~corges toour environment.
~During the patcr -H
School Eurichmen lo dk
history, science and literacy as
a major part of its extremely
4-H summer programs were
a hoot! Union County 4-H'ers
along with 4-H'ers from
Hamilton County completed
the Florida Hunter Safety
the Nancy Stewart 4-H
Educational Program Award at
the annual 4-H- awards
Burris was presented the Co-
Founder's award for 2008 and
the Florida 4l-H Izgislature
outstanding 4-H volunteer
The 4-H Legislature
Program is open to youth 14 to
18 (or seniors mn High School)
For further information on the
4-H- Legislature program,
contact Burris at (352) 473-
row, 1-r) Lexy
(back row, I-r)
986`N. Tepie Av.
333 Lawrence Blvd.
(386) 496-34 14
135 E. Main St.
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and Hwy 301 North Starke
Lake .Region has ties to Clay
4-H legislature program
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and aII theor good workI
*S~i~dOCO~lWU~lJ b HOECR SlC *
BY CLIFF` SMELLEY
Lakia Bright did what she
could to propel the Bradford
volleyball team to a win in the
deciding game of the match'
but visiting Baker County
rallied to defeat the T~ornadoes
?!#' e5r 1, o c 5
match to go five games, with
the Tornadoes having now lost
every one. Bradford won the
first two games of the match,
but the Wildcats then wvon tw~o
straight to force a fifth game.
Hannah Jackson is proud of her catch, even if it's
not a whopper.
National 4-H Week
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The publication of "Florida ;C-
H: A Century of Youth Success"
'organization's centennial by
detatiling its history. Since the
eddy 1900s, Florida 4-H has
impacted the lives of youth
through lifelong learning'
~leadershipF. sklkcd. the ~
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This 8.5-by-ll-inch hardcpver
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Purchase your copy today :for
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The proceeds will fund a
Florida 4-H scholarship
Florida 4-H is also planning a
formal celebration of its
centennial with a gala on
Saturday, Nov. 14, at 6 p.m. at
the Embassy Suits-
Baymeadows Road in
Florida 4-H will recognize
those who have impaclted and
thotqwwlo have been impacted
by the F~orida 4-H pr~ogr~am ovqr
the 100 ya0_ ears. Tliuickts lre
tips the ball
over the net in
loss to Baker
County on Oct/
5 in Starke. Thel
the first two
games of the
could not reach
mark on the
S .y ,9.yi:~ rl;*~ .,'E
Bright helped put the
Tornadoes up 7-3 with three
kills and two service aces,
Four straight points by Baker
daer,t ith tahme sc e k ote n-a
nine-all, the Wildcats scored
th ng s agahac r Bradford
rhsin ad ,tac aros
Bradford led throughout
most of the first game, though
Baker never trailed by much.
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As 4I-H has growvn wider, the
scope of whallt kids can learn and
the programs thecy can
parltic~ipate` in has grown larger,
andf continues to grow. Around
the state. 4-H'ers participate in a
w\ide va~ietty of activities that
take them from farm to fair,
from stage to the state Capitol.
In 4I-H, kid learn by domng.
speak~ing,Aciiis Ito r es, m putters, U l
rocketry, theater arts, show dog
training, fashion design and
education, and much more.
Whatever the activity clubs are
almost universally involved in
While extension offices have
been around nearly as long as 4-
H clubs and play an important
role in supporting those clubs
and providing other impoi-tant
services to their counties, 4-H
wouldn't be possible without the
assistance of an untold number
of volunteers who lead plubs,
pass on their knowledge and set
the bar for community service.
More than 15,842 adults
volunteered with the Florida 4-H
program last year.
despite 2-0 lead
BOck F8mill of DealershiDs
Union Medloal Supply
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Bradford County has its' first
corn maze, which is 5' acres
with sections for young
children and older, more
The maze is open Monday-
Saturday through Nov. 30
from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. It is
located 3 miles north of the
Bradford County Fairgrounds
on U.S. 301. (Look for 'the
black and yellow sign.) -A- $2
donation at the gate is
requested to benefit either the
Bradford County 4-H-
Foundation or the county's
Master Glarriener's program.
across ne. oc.s o Ior nlw
colony and a new way of life.
P~erfocrmances will be held at
thle F'irst United Methodist
Walll: St. Fitdk OatrdaN:
Nov. 20-21, at 7:30 p.m. and
Sunday, Nov. 22, at 4 p.m.
Dynlation prices are $;15 for
adults, $12 for senior citizens
(55-up') and $10 for children
(12-under). Grroup rates are
F~or reservations and ticket
sales, or for more information,
visit the box office at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke, call (352)
226-4082 or send e-mail to
tickets must be purchased and
picked up prior to performance
Wa to hon or
H nh, hel
A walk in metmory of L~ynne
Wat'r's Hlannalh is scheduled
for Saturdary, O~ct. 17, in
Hamlpton at 9 a.ml., following
registration at 8 a.m. T'he walk
is set to start at Hamptoln
House Child Car~e Inc., with
the route still to be determined
All donations will be given
to the Adult Cystic Fibrosis
Center of Jacksonville, which
helps adults with cystic
fibrosis and their families
during hospital stays.
Hannah, who died in late
March, wits tile dins.,, ol
Hampton H-ouse CIhildl Ca;re
Inc. for 18 years. She wars well
known in thle community and t
suroutloji nt";\rel 'c',', hl w
aytcIihoi s nd;, genen,
dlisorder that is usually fata~l,
affetcting both the lungis and l
panIcrea\s. People with cystic
fibrosis tend to, have serious
breathing problems and lung
disease. It is usually diagnosed
at a young age and can create
problems with nutrition,
digestion, growth and
At present, cystic fibrosis is
incurable, but there are hopes
for a future cure.
For more information,
please conl In~nlpon n-ous,
C:hildl Ca~re Inc. nt (352) 468-
'Once U on a
Tickets go on sale Monday,
Oct. 12, for- the Lake Region
production of Jack Stella's
"Once Upon a Village," a
musical pageant that covers the
early years of this country's
forefathers and how their
belief in God brought them
.Adam and Christi Hudson of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Bryson Cole
Hudson, on Aug. 25, 2009 in
Bryson weighed 7 pounds
13 ounces and measured 20
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down sneak to make the score
16 14 in fvor of the Raicders.
the night for the homecoming
team. T'he Tornadoes wasted
no time in answering with a
scoring drive, using just two
minutes of the clock. The
major damage was. done by
Williams. He took a handoff
from Clark and blasted through
the Santa Fe line for an
untouched, 45-yard, go-ahead
Williams, who rushed for
105 yards on 16 carries,
described the scoring play after
"It was '35 down,'" he said.
"All the offensive line blocks
down. All I saw was a big
Clark's pass on the ensuing
two-point conversion was
incomplete, leaving Bradford
The Raiders offense
imploded on its answering
drive. The drive, which began
at .the Santa Fe 21-yard i ne,
ssilt tion pnaltisi sarom "
anadba' k a ireaoo la th
middle of the: field that forced ,
the Raiders to punt from their
o a sp fullback Ike Carter
and the T'orado offlense,&ould
sure up tim Homecoming
defeat, punishing the Santa Fe
defense for -more than six
minutes on a drive capped by
Carter's 8-yard touchdown run
off right tackle. Up eleven
points, 27-16, with iess than a
minute to play, Bradford's
bench prepared for a festive
homecoming of its own.
Clark, who was 7-of-11,
received high praise from his
teammates after the game.
"I loved his play tonight,"
Harris said. "His timing was
perfect. All I tried to do was
run perfect routes and get out
of my breaks."
Speaking about the speed of
the game, Clark said, "I had
butterflies otn the f first play), but
down beautifully. I have
played with, these guys since
middle school. They know the
thing I do well and the things 1
don't do so well."
Bradfr taoe 9totoUk
County at 7:30 p.m.
Tremaine "B.B." Harris.
CIlarris fay ritep a gt oft
night, .wouldI keep ~the drive
alive a few plays later on a 19-
yard reception on fourth-and-l.
Williams capped the drive with
a 9-yard touchdown burst up
the middle. T ler Cubbedge's
P)AT was good for a 7-0 lead.
The Raiders' answer came
in the form of a 43-yiaul circus
catch by down to the Bradford
10. Bradford's defense .held ,
with Marcus Ardley stuffing a
running play for a loss on third
down and a host of tacklers,
led by CJ. Covington, giving
up ut 3 yards on fourth down
f rcing a turnover on downs at
th -yar line.
'A major miscue, though
wthnthe sna ona lter punt
Cubbedge scrambling to scoo
upthe ball on' the first play o
theP second prjradf Al Id3
PCubb dge made a smart move
to chunk the ball through the
back of the end zone,- giving
the Raidr ow poins ono t
bounds, leaving Santa Fe with
the ball and the mojo.
Quarterback Frank Sneed
showed off his legs and his
arm, scrambling 17 yards on a
fourth-and-1 play and capping
the drive with a raindrop pass
on second-and-goal from the
14.to Lane Presnell for a 9-7
Santa Fe lead.
SBradford, with 7:55 left in
the half, took over ~on its own
20. The drive would go the
distance, featuring four third-
BY SHERMAN ROSS
Sp~c~ial to the Telegraph
TIhe Bradford football team
ruine~d homecoming for Santa
Fe F-riday. O~ct. I!, lighting up
the scorehoard to talke hom~e a
In a\ gamell whereTL momentunt
and the lead changed
throaughout, it was the error-
free, ahmeencd offensive effort
of' the TIornadoes that was the
deciding factor. After last
week's lost to district foe
'1'aylor County, head coach
Steve Hoard said Bradford (2-
3) would go back to the
drawing board. That board
`must have been covered from
edge to edge, but somewhere
`on it was the decision to start
third-string quarterback John
Clark. All the junior did was
convertfolongor hrad dsd vi
than this season's previous
games combined and take
advantage of his opportunity.
The Tornadoes received thhe
awy t Raa ers (o5 dw Id
quick first downs on the legs
of Rodney Mosley and '
Donnelle Williams, countered
with an eight-man front that
briefly stalled the drive. On
third-and-10, Clark took a
three-step drop, looked right
and pulled~ the trigger. Well,
squeezed the trigger (as they
teach at the shooting' range) is 4
better description of his style
of play. He is no loose cannon,
The result was a gain of 16
yards on the catch-and-run by
Idford's Tremaine Harris just misses out on a
catch on a two-point conversion attempt.
touchdown reception by Harris
on a streak route that, put the
Tornadoes up 14-9 with 1:01
left in the half.
"They changed their strategy
and started having their best
(defensive back) follow me all
over the field," Harris said. -
Williams intercepted a
Snead pass with 3.2 seconds m
the half to end any chances of
a late score. '
Bradford's offense struggled
in the third quarter. The
coftnt grn ih ,ut bewe
the tackles against the Raider
eight-man front. With just over
two minutes left in the third
period, the 1~ornadoes lined up
in punt formation. T'he snap
came mn too lowv for Cubbedge
and he w\as swallowed up at
his ow\n 28-yard line.
Santa Fe, aided by a pass-
interference call, managed to
move the ball to the Toritado
1-yard line at the start of the
final period. Snead twisted his
w~ay to a score on a fourth-
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The Keystone Heights
varsity football team, after '8
bye week, returns to action
Friday, Oct. 9,at 7:30 pa.min a
home game against district
oppottent Ocala Trinity
Trinity (3-2) is coming off
of two straq' ht wins, inclitding
last, week's'44-7 dismantling
of South .Sumter. That
followed a 31-7 district win
The Celtics' only ltbaesle
have come against-ClalB~"42A '
Gainesville, which is 4-1 anrd
ranked ninth in the state, andl
fellow Glass 2B team Tampa
Spears, a senior, has posted
the team's lone score in every
match this yecar. He has a nine-
hole average of 39.2 on the
season, \won :1 low, of 39
against Ulnion C'ounty Sept. 8
and against lninon and
Madison (bunty~ on Sept. 241.
Normun, a sophomore. is
averaging 44.8, followed by
sophomore Kyle Datvis (4(52).
senior Garlr Jones (8)
junior Nick Johnsson (48.8),
sophomore C'hase Lee (545),
sophomore Ter Yowell
(62.8) and freshman Dustin
Against Branrford and
Ridgpeview\. Dav~is finished at
'She GOLF, p.12Bs
big loss at
BY CLIFF SIELLEY
Host Newberry scored the
first 32 points of the game en
route to handing the Union
County football team a 52-20
loss on Oct. 2.
The Tigers (3-2) got solid
performances from wide
receiver Quentin Johnson, who
had 10 catches for 167 yards
and one touchdown, arid
quarterback Chris Alexander,
who .was 21-of-38 for 267
yards and two touchdowns.
(Alexander also had a rushing
touched w.) Howeveme sUni n
rushing and did not get on the
oure das utt e ePan hr
defeated the Tigers for the
fourth straight year.
Newberry (2-2) scored four
touchdowns in the first half.
Three came on runs by Boris
Eo (75 yads) man
D etrius De ose (141 ydards)d
touchdown pass of 28 yards to
It was 32-0~ before
TAlexander sacor21-ar frd t
N wberry,t however, answered
yard run by Enoch and a 60-
yard punt return by Caleb
Alexander threw twvo
touchdown passes of 57 yards
to Johnson and 26 yards .to
Kendall Wright. to cap the
sciornn hosts district
opponent Bradford Friday,
Oct. 9, at 7:30 p te Saf
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Mikki Covert 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 11 by CCSO deputies for
Shawn 'Lindemuth, 32, of
Keystone M-eights was arrested
Oct. I by CCSO deputies for
contempt of court-child
Amber ;Raib es, 28, of
Keystone Heig rs was arrested
Oct. 5 by CCSO deputies for
being a habitual traffic
June Yvette Watson, 41, of
Hawthorne was arrested m
Bradford County Sept. 21 fot
non-support. She purged the
charge on Sept. 26 by paying
Sean Matthew Wells, 20, of
Starke was arrested in
Bradford County Sept. 21 on
three out-of-county warrants.
He was turned over to the
other county on Sept. 24-
Monte Allen Austin, 24, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 21 by
Starke~ Police Department
(SPD) officers for sexual
bat eryjg simple batter taonud
lo71e~nce. Totab bond asw let e
on bond Sept. 22.
William Lewis H-enderson,
61, of Lawtey was arrested
Sept. 21 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
tresspassing and resisting an
officer without violence. Total
bond was set at $6,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
Virginia Wright Wanton, 39,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 21
by SPD officers for grand theft
and dealing in stolen property.
Total bond was set at $10,000
and she remained in jail as of
Jamar ,Howard,~ I8. of
Clearwater was arrested Sept.
21 by Hamlpton Pobice
Department (HPD) officers for
having no valid driver's
license. He was released on
cash bond of 5500 Sept. 21i.
Robbie E. Reid, 24..of
Starke was arrested Sept. 22 by
Bradford County Sheriff s
Office (DCSO) deputies on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he was
turned over to the other county
on Sept. 23.
staee, Micesle Ilaves,< 1
of' Starke was arrested Sept. 22
by SP'D officers on an out-of-
county warrant. She was
turned over to the other county
on Sept. 23. -
Robert A. Thonias, 21, of
Starke was arrested Sept. *22 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Maxie Steven Williams, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Sept. 23 in Bradford County
for failure to appear in court on
bail for an original felony
charge. Bond was set at
$20,000 and he was released
on bond Sept. 23.
Charles Eugene Smith, 47
Sept. 23 ini Bradf(:rd .counit:
f'or grand thefti andc urtterlng a
forged instrumrenlt. Total bonld
w~as set at $10,000O and he
-emaied i jail as of r ,-s
Kenneth L~am-ar Jenkins, 37,
of` Starke was arrested Sept. 241
by SPD) of~ficers for non-I
support. ~lhe chiarge may be
purged by paying $2,700. H-e
remained in jail as of press
Mark D~ewayne King, 38; olf
Covington, Tenn., was arrestedl
Sept. 24 by BCSO deputies for
bemng a fugitive from justice.
Flie was held on no bond andr
was turned ove-r f or out-of -
state extradition on Sept 24.
Colin Kelly P'arlishrer. 65. lqf
Brandon was arrested Sept. l~i
by HPD'I officers onr an out-ofi
county warrantr. Hcnd wvas cet
at $d2,000j andt he was releasedl
on bond Sept. 25.
'The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehlicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Headford and
230. C`.R. 100A, C.R. 231,
C.R. 225', C'.R. 229, C.R. 221.
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16,
C'.R. 227, Speedville Road,
Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177'h St., S.R. 231,
CQ.R. 23.5, SW 75'h St.
*Union County--C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R. 231.
Ike Norman Bradford, 40, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 29 by
Starke~ Police Department
Offi er OPickgm tewst ss" h
n~t a dat ly iso nad ne
According to the report'
Bradfdrd allegedly contacted
the victim at a local
convenience store and
attempted to start an
altercation. The victim is a
witness in several cases
involving pending charges
The victim left the
convenience store, but
Bradford allegedly drove past
him later and pointed a gun out
the window of the vehicle,
yelling racial slurs.
Bradford also allegedly went
to the home of the victim and
pointed a gun out the window
of thea car th them vctcun, h s
as the family stood in their
B adaord was arrested and
booked into the* Bradford
County Jail. Bond was set at
$300,000. He remained in jail
as ofpress time.
'Charles James Gains, 23, of
Savannah; Ga:, -waS arrested ~
Seiit. 25"'by' BUS;TE'D, 'thlP
Bradford, Union, Starke
Taskforce for Eradicating
Gains was charged with
possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute, possession
of ammunition by a convicted
felon, possession of a
pss ssoni as! d::9
According to Capt. Brad
Smith of the Bradford County
Sheriff'soOffice, aGn wee i
8.agn"ansodf sauspe te po d"
bGsa s I lge ly nd dgital
scale and clear plastic Ziploc
bags mn his pocket.
rounds of amamun idin s= e
found in one of Gains'
pockets. A background check
was conducted and authorities
found that Gains was a
Capt. Smith said Gains was
suspected of traveling here
with intent to deliver the
cocaine to a subjectain Starke.at.
$67,000 and Gains remained in
jail as of press time.
Charles Jeacksonl Jr., 50, of
Starke wals arrested Sept. 26 by
Starke P'olice Dcpartment a
Officer P'aul King and faices un
array of' charges including
agigravated alssault, buttecry,
child `abuse and drug
` According to the report
written by Officer King, t~e
victim came to the police
department and reported that
Jackson had struck her in the
head multiple times before
leaving the room and returning
with a black handgun.
Jackson then allegedly
repeatedly hit the victim on the
head with the gun while the
victi was carrying an 18-
month-old child. He also
allegedly pointed the gun at
the victim and the child and
foced the victim toretmi inm
climb out the window and
Wes hn Officer King
rspouded to hne resides ce, the
con ainer sitt g inc plilsidgl
white substance that field
tested positive for cocaine. A
search of the residence
revealed a black .380 caliber
concealed on a shelf und~r
Jackson admitted to arg~ting
with the victim, but denied
striking her. He also denied
ownership of the gun and
Jackson was charged w'ith
aggravated assault, simple
battery, child abuse,
possession of a weapon by a
convicted felon, possession of
ammunition by a convicted
felon, possession of more than
20bshrams of an contmH lt
$61,0 an dhe wa ras ad
on bond Sept. 28.
Three Union County women
were charged after an alleged
fight that took place Sept. 29 at
a parkoln nak Bud uep.1
of Lake Butler, Alexandria
190~t~inm6F rays;B~" aba
Octavia Sharese Brinson, 24,
of Lake Butler were all
arrested following thie
altercation that allegedly
involved unarmed fighting,
although one victim was
sprayed with Mace.
Burgess and Brinsonl were
charged with baltry.
Ridgecway was charged with
contclmpt of court for violatn,
an in~junction against repeated
violence. musecway was
required by the inljunction to
learve the airea when Burgess
was preSe"~nt an she didl not.
Hond for Ridgeway was set
att $15,000 alnd she was
relea~sed on bond Sept. 30.
Bond information was not
available for Burgess or
Arresting officers were
.Deputies Leslie Crews and
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
Baw denforcemertt officers i
(Keystone Heights area)
Thomas Lee Stokes, 35, of
Lweyd w arse c b
(UrCSO)Dpti Dai hn
violence. Deputy Shane
allegedly found Stoke's sitting
in the passenger seat of a car
that was running, but was
parked on the side of the road.
Deputy Shane made
repeated attempts to get Stokes
to exit the car, but he refused
and refused to show Deputy
Shane any identification.
Dwight Delano Parker, 34,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 30 by UCSO Deputy
John Gootee for driving while
license is suspended or
Henry Jackson, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 3 by
UCSO Deputy Shane for
battery after he allegedly threw
the victim to the ground,
pushed her into the wall and
slapped her in the face.
Rodney Puckett, 49, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 30 by
Clay county sheriffs Office
(CCSO) deputies for two
counts of possession of a
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Babor a Annette Mincer, 50,
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Alphonso Covington, 49, of
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Total bond was set at $20,000
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John Edward Taylor, 40, of
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Terry Francis Paul, 31, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 3 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Oct. 4.
failure to appear in court on
baij for an original
j"'denianor tch r0Ti aTdo a
fl"" ined in jail as of press
Chad Etic Boatwright, 32, of
Lawte~y was arre tef rSet 2
while license is suspended or
rev ;.d7. B nrde w s a t XO
Willie T. Coleman, 20, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 27
by BCSO deputies for grand
theft,\ burglary of an
unoccupied structure and
burglary of an unoccupied
Swel10]g. Total bond esd st tat
jail as of press time*
Robin Suzanne Black, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 18 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation. She was
being held on no bond.
Cindy Marie Flint, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
~28 in Bradford County for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 28.
Johnathan Mikell Nelson'
24, of Orange Park was
arrested Sept. 28 by SPD
officers on an out-of-county
warrant.' Cash bond was set at
$167 and he was released on
bond Sept. 28.
Latrice Orlean Watson, 20.
of .Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 28, by UCSO deputies on
two out-of-county warrants.
Total bond was set at $6,Q000
and she was released on bond
David Michael Parrott, 26,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 28
by SPD officers for simple
battery. Bond was set at
$1000 enl h~e was released on
Joshua A. Sumner, 23, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 28 by
HPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. He was being
Held on no bond.
Stephanie Elaine Starling,
38, of Starke was arrested
Sept.u29 by B SO de utie MSn
was released on her own
Lattimore Williams, 20, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 29by
SPD officers for two countsof
petit theft. Total bonrd was set1
at St',000 disd he was released
on bond Sept. 29.
Zinner Hamilton Strong, 5;2,
.o Lawtey was arrested Sept'
29) by BCSO deputies for
possession of more than 20
sbtn ne,o esis tng ontofcro
w thutieviolen es asnpdedriving
rvoed. Tota bond wa e ad
on bond Sept. 30, ~
Kristy Ann Sauls, 26, of
beng a hbta rfi
offender. Bond was set at
$;2,500 and she was released
on bond Oct. 2.
Maurice H. Fisher, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
30 by LPD officers for being a
habitusltti~affiedf~fender. Bo d
remained in jail as of press
Andres Antonio Cuka, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept.
30 by I-PD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
aind he was released on bond
Sept. 30. ,
Willie James Perry, 26, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 30 by
BCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he was released
on bond Sept. 30,
Steven Andrew Nugent, 26,
of Hampton was arrested Sept.
30 by BCSO deputies for
dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Oct. 1.
Joshua Randell Hayes, 19,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 30
by SPD officers for possession
of less than 20 grams of
cannabis. He was released on
his own recognizance Sept. 30.
Andrea Michelle Bradley,
24, of Waldo was arrested Oct.
1 by SPD officer's for retail
theft. Bond w4as set at $1,000
and she was released on bond
Mark Tolin, 27, of
Macclenny was arrested Oct. 1
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court on bail for
an original felony charge.
Bond was set at SS,000 and he
t ift.o H
was 11rreste av t. 21
recognizance Oct. 1.
Wayne Guetti, 67, of Lake
City was arrested Oct. Iby
og nal msemu ao m ergteo
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
Adrian Shelton Mosely, 37'
of Starke was arrested. Oct. I
by BCSO deputies for criminal
mscieandBon em s eds a
as of press time.
Glenda Fay Richardson, 35'
of New Smyrna was arrested
Oct. 2 by SPD officers for
breach 'of the peace and
trespassing. Total bond was set
at $2,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.
Shawn Dannon Warren, 29,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 2 by BCSO deputies for'
petit theft, burglary, forgery
and uttering a forged
instrument. Total bond was set
at $21,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Lisa Marie Lutz, 48, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of a controlled substance and
p rphrnalia. Toot I bond wa
set at $F16,000 and she was
released on bond Oct. 3 .
Herman Floyd Crews, 58, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for grand theft. *
He was released 2on his owvn
recognizance Oct. 2.
Barbara Ann Dey, 53, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
7aspetate i rt on bail. Bond
released on~bond Oct. 2.
Johnny C. Gunter, 36, was
arrested Oct. 2 by FHP
troopers for driving while
license is suspended or
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legaf 'us-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children undbr
'18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which Is In Vlolation of
thehawe On reae ta8
are hrby tisor ed ta
all dwellings adver ie
In this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number
Is 1- 00 r 9g275 Faird
further Information call
Florida Commission on
Humn Rd -4ln8 71- a
ING should be subspitted
to the Starke office in
writing & paid in advance
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
cover postage & handling.
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF
,TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
OVER TH-E PHONE,
Deadline is Tuesday
at 12 noon prior to that
Minimum charge Is $9.50
Ior the f1rst 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
4BR/3BA, 2-story home
on Historic Wainut St.
Home has been remod-
eled and has 200 sq, ft.
high collins, new carpet.
wood &tie fooring, lage
fenced in back yard with
deck. $165,000, seller
Is motivated & willing to
negotiatel Dont miss out
on the first time home
bil ers tax credit. Call
98R/18A, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson
Construction Co., Inc'
tbllshd In 17 Cl
904-964-5086, or violt
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 48R/28A, new
metai roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 66s0 Epper-
25 ACRES IN PROVI
DENCE on OR 241. $5K
an acre. Call 386-755'
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for icase.Idpal for
medical, legal, amrount.
Ing or business offices,
$350 including utilities
and txerseor al 4 otffces
for $290 each pluo utilities
and txes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
O ICqE WAREHOUSE'
SPACE fOR RENT *
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
Sria IPPrk.a d90ho f
Sech bay Smith & Smith
48 Homes for
& HISTORY of down-
town Starkce by owning a
DOLLAR ON A DEED can
get you a 2010 4BR/2BA
for only $360 per month.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
all factory warranties ap-
ply, 38R/2BA, will move
fortree. Only$38,900 call
ZONE II DOUBCbt WIDEap
prox. 1700 sq. it $1.500
,down, only $275hnso. Call
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
48BR/2BA,' will move for
free, only $46,900. C~ll
AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3
to 4 bedrooms to fity
budget. Call 904-789
NO MONEY LOWN new
USDA Govemment prieg
28RllBA, on big lot with
bigtrees, S39,000. Own
MS. CORBETT who had a
auto repair business In
Starke. call Virginia C, Im-
2008 KawasaklVulcan, nice
ride. V~twin. Only asking
pay off of $5,200.Call
904-769-6674 or 904.
43 RV's and
(ERGIA BOY2008 cruse-
master RV w/Ford V10
gas engine. Lees than 5K
miles, fully loaded. Asking
RnK ann At Starke KOA
45 Land for Sale
5 WODEDnlACRS int
on s.R. 100. Homes or
mobile homes. Owner
financing availattle. $995
down payments $325
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
NEV)/ 88R/2A HOME un-
County, paved road.di~ osrci n Call
Terry Hall Honies, 352-
258-4181. tin 48
8RR/2A 1472 SQ FT;492
acre. Block/brick garage.
no central heat or air,
two window un..s, gas
heat (jreatiocation, lose
to schools and town,
$145,000. Call Tamata
at 352-4785157 or 852-
RENT TO OWN 2/2 MH Iow
down, no banks, Lake
Bter, Call 9044982.
2010 16 x080, 98BR2BA,
DOU LE WID E2010 8BRI
2BA 5ed rwi optio
52 Animdils & Pets
53 Yard Salces
54 Keystonle Yrd Sales
56 Trade'or Swap
57 For Sale
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Tuesday, 12:00 noon
'llesday, 12:00 noon
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* Sales a
Rotarry Well Drlling2',lrc 2-6
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EQUAL HOUSING OP.
OPPORTUNITY. AII real
estate advertising In this
newspaper Is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
It Illegal to advertise "'anly
preference, Ilmitation or
dlscrimilnadlon based on
race, color, religion; sex
or national origin, or an in-
l ention to make any such
preference, limitation or
Clay Or Ulnion
tiddie Allen bdentleld, 49,
of Starke was arrested Septt. 24
Tina Marie w aggins, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 24
by Florida Highway Patrol
troopers for being a habitual
traffic offender. Bond was set
at $5,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 26.
So aan Iames Bennet s2e
Sept. 25 by SPD officers on
ntwo out-of-county warrants.
He was turned over to the
other county on Sept. 28.
Stephen Wiade Crews, 18, of
Lawtey was arrested Sept. 25
by BCSO deputies for
aggravated battery. Bo~nd was
set at $15,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Travis T. DeSue, 20, f
Starke was arrested Sept: 25by
SPD officers on two countsof
being a fugitive from justice.
He was being held on no bond
to await extradition to another
3K mbe yB Jaaep D csoon
Sept. 25 by SPD officers on an
out-of-county~ warrant. Cash
bond was set at $549 and she
was turned over to the other
county on Sept. 28.
Randy Scott Wethy, 20, of
2ak yB le wa carrted So t;
fo-county warrant. Cash bond
was set at $356 and he was
released on bond Sept. 25.
w teven ae' S2e, tof2 Sak
BCSO deputies ontwo counts
of failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance Sept. 2).
Brittany Leigh Hipps, 22, of
Keystone Helights was arrested
. ep. 25t byaBCSO deputies for
bail fo an o I ia
misdeme nor charge. oranad
was set at $5,000 and she was
released on bond Sept. 25.
Georgia Yevette Franklin'
44, of Starke was arrested'
Sept. 25 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear mn court on
bail ~for an original
ma see an S,00c ah she ond.
released on bond Sept. 25.
stathleen LnedM~ann 52)e o
BCSO deputies fr impe
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond Sept. 26.
Kerry Lamb, 23, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 25 by
BCSO~ deputies for battery.
Bond was set at SI,000 and he
was released on bond Sept. 26.
Robert John Rigby, 23, of
Middleburg was arrested Sept.
26 by Game and Fish
Commission officers on three
out-of-county warrants and for
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check and have a valid
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is now taking applica-
tions for a full time insti-
tutional cook. Experience
required. Must be sincere
& dependable. Apply in
person at 808-S. Colley
Rd., Starke, FL. 32091,
ROT~ TILLER 5 horse,
Troybilt, like new, $350.
If you ale an employer looking to hire
then VISit flonidaworksonline.com or call
904-964-5278 and ask for Susan or
Pam.- We can assist you with all your
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in Starke FL.
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Office Location Live Oak
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records, client assessments, care plans for self"
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Special Qualifications: Bondable,
4-yr degree in Social Service or related field,
4-year Case Management/Job Development
experience exchange for education.
2-year Supervisory experience*
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(3816) 362-4115 Voi~e/TDD
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Responsible for client case records, client
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Special Qualificat~ions: Bondable,
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2-year Case Management/Job De jTopiri ent
experience exchange for education.
Must have valid Florida' driver's license and valid
Must be a resident of the SREC, Inc. service are.
Submit Resurlre to:
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P.o. Box 70
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"~ ~' Deadline: October 19,' 2009, 1 2:00 p.m.
Immraculate 3 BR home
Walk to Schools, grocery, drugstore. Close to everything!
Priced below appraised value for quick sale.
Convenient Countr Living
Located just a short drive from Starke in Forst Heights S/D. Close
drive to the prison or short distance to 301 for Gainesvills or Jax
commute. 3BR with 1/2 acts lot and screened in-ground pool.
F aulkn er Re alty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal. Broker
405 W. Georgia St. *Starke
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C ba~ndN One i rf b
suede set. Still in pack-
Sg SEMTRALE warny St
1 45 foot box and 1 45
foo flt bed. Stllenarrom
If you buy them you can
get charged for stolen
property. Cali back owner
at 386-755-0927 or Union
County Sheriff at 386.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
brand new microfiber
suede set. Still In pack.
age with warranty. Stain
reisan, pt/id8 y, nd
$450. Can deliver, 352.
OAK FIREWOOD $150
per cord. 1/4, 1/2, 3/4
cords are available. Free
dlver n Br y tord, Lk
904-782-3846, leave a
KENMORE AND WHIRL,
POOL wabiters and day-
ors, new type $95 and
end man ore on m
6265 Foyette Ave
er, new lawn sprinkler
pump 13 HP
St1G PALR AGESA E
4pm, & Sat. Oct. 10th
from Sam til noon. Plenty
of~everything, clothed in-
ens, books, toys, kitchen
weres, crafts, electron-
ics. Dollar bag day, Sat.
Community Church of
Keystone Heights (behind
57 For Sale
.BED KING~ SIZE Pillow top
mattresseand box sprinQ
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
loatic. Can deliver. Seil
74@8200. Call 352-372-
3 PIoE LANE RECLINER
home set. includes 2
wall hugger recliners and
middle console for ator
age. Recliners have drink
holderal Uike new condI.
tlan. Fabric Material is
tan/wheat. Asking $1,000.
Pillow top matt ess nd
r~a~n weat an
Be u iul thry q C en
king bed, dresser, m rror
upeah u eree eoe, ALIWORES OF TRACTOR
livery available. For & malexa
times. Cash $300. QaIl: ea!8 lihn Cl
904368180 524 for fi estimate
59 Personal Er PA~~ ENO~ ING IN
CHILDCARE Days, evg. Agi torpdwt CR.
nings, nights and week- hou years ueinea a sTP
ends. Call 904*304 &FIrs Cjt~d ratied. Call
65g1 38 616 Fr Al crie Cl
CLARK FOUNDATION RE 38186
PAIRS, INC. correction 61 Scr l tures
9f termite & water-dam: THANK You TST :JUD6E for
aged 'wood 6. sills. Level- prayere poswered,
ing & railsing Houseal S.. .5
Bldge. Pier R placement 65Wo'H lp Wlanted
maes eDann (Sudd1 QAGREGIVER 1NA and or
Clark, 004-2842333 r 4 ocewdag
904-545-5241. .~y o(IsabledCII.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION ents. yeerWk.
has money to lend for MH $Unrisq Home Care Ser-
& land packagers. 1800*
JE2 118 HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with :A m n
or without titlest WIII pkik G ~ ll
uponywhere. Uptobi85. *-sc
3pml 13636 SW CR 22
fros baby items, tools
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE clothing, house,
wares, exercise equip.
Srnt furnt alnd much
8am til 2pm. 816 Park
wood Place, Starke.
GIGANTIC YARD SALEl
8am til 2pm. Sat. Oct.
10th. Pleasant Grove,
17810 NW 59th Ave ,
Starke. Salon equipment'
home interior, clothing all
sizes. Other household
goods, you must seel
SAT OC in0t al 49s S
niture, tools, name brand
kids and adult clothes
dishes,aend plenty of what
note, come an seel 6am tl
YgAQ j.AlfFRL. & SAT
3amtil? 1805 Raitord Rd
Misc items, microwave, 2
palf of ladles boots size
4( FAMILY SALE KINGS-
LEY Lake area. 8am til
? Sat, only Johnston off
230. Wood burning stove.
scrubs, children's items.
BIGoYR SAI gFti to I
and ch lres andrdm 8#
on, take left onto CR 25
go 1 mile on right.
53 B Kes oa o
Dabdwith rud~ ( n
porgh, CH/A, quiet area,
service animals only
twoe la'ke butler a d
per mon $h. Call 904-284.
9ULE 3 P 9 stne
Heights. 1BR. $400 pays
and CH/A. Call 352-473-
framed house, fronts US
301 In Highiland, 1 to 2
pople. $500 per month
Wth a $300 deposit. Call
2BA DW fireplace, new
ide by side referi erator
with ice maker, CHIA
$650 pr month + deposit
HQ8E3L 2R OMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $130 & tax
To see the rooms, go
to the Managers apart-
ment on Walnut Street.
across from Post Office
at Ma nolla Hotel, or call
LOST SHELTIE in area of
e250aCel 0-07 2381.
52 Animal &
0O OAS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buy~hom at
the Ofic Shopnin S ark~e
clr sape md sye
904 94764 for more
FREE GERMAN SHEPARD
s 5 .Br d ay St,g i
Sak Ftrom 8arr tan ?
SA m ti~sl ?House
and ribbon. 22954 NW
198th St.. Starke (Ag
MULTI FAMILY yard sale
Sat. & Sun. trom 9am till
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, cleanialose to prison
homes in Starke/Lake
Sutler. Deposit required,
Call 678-438-6828 or
ONE T816REE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at
$579. WID hook-ups,
fitness center, coryputer
room, pool. Pets wel.
come. Whispering Oaks
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
month & Security. $350
to$01o CaillShane at
RENT TO OWNI lease to
purchase, buy owner'
28R/2BA on 1 acre In
Starke, to many upgrades
to list, for more informe-
modeled, upstairs, 18R
apt. CHIA, washer &
dryer, nice & in down
town Starke; $650/mo.,
Call 904-964-4Q003for ad-
1999 16 X 64, 2BR/28A,
50 For Rent
fulag 2BR/1BA S/ha ed
per month. 21st Ave.. off
Bessent Rd., outside of
Starke City limits. Call
- 1BR/18A HOUSE 7516 NE
55th Terrace, Gainesvile.
seudt to m retp i Cl
3 `52-473.7F123 o1 352
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $b575/mo-
SScrty dposit. Call
CAKE SANTA FE COT,
`7 TAGE 28R/18A, ee-
CIUded, beautiful view.
washeridryer, boat lIft &
yardl services included,
fumished $900/ma. 352.
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Schocol boys' andt giirls' cross
country teams to second place
f'inishes at thle B~radfIo rd
Invitatlionall, whiichi was held
Sept(. 29;1 at te Starke G;olf' and
TIhompson and R2odgeirs ech cl
finished third anid hadl times of
21:23 andi 23:13, respectively.
Bradford had 68 points to
finish behind Oakleaf' in the
boys' team standings, while
the girls' team had 45 points to
finish behind Lake City. Lake
City's girls' team had 24
points, while Oakleaf and
Williston had 51 and 75 points.
Oakleaf's boys' team had 28
points, while Cedar Key and
Williston had 87 and 88 points:
Boys' results: Zachary Davis
(fifth place, 22: 18), Evan
Coleman (15th, 24:29, PR),
Wyatt Griner (25th, 26:13),
DeQuan Pace (32"(d, 28:34),
Elijah Jeffery (33 ", 28:55.
PR), Alec Harden (35"', 29:01i),
Jason Griffis (41", 31:51, PRK),
T'rent Clemons (42"", 33:56,
PR), Juwan Crum (43",.
35:3'2), Sebastian Curtner (49)h
41:5) ndCody Varnes (50"'
Girls' results: Amanda Hall'
(fifth, 23:20), Deanna Jordan
(Ill'", 25:14, PR), Triana
Shffield ( as" 27:28 taohed
McCormick (23", 29:28), Erin
Phinney (35 ", 33:48), Lauren
Williams (38th, 35:53) and
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24:1L8. She was followed by
Nicole Miller (12'h 24:21i),
Christina Jordan (16"1, 24:55),
Hannahl Ricker (2511' 26:34,
PRK), Ra\chel Paicr (26 1', 26:38,
PR), Girace D~ennison (30"',
28:22) and Tanylor Mc<:ormick
(32"", 29:16, PR).
Bradford finished f'ourth in
the team standings with a score
Amanda Hall placed first
with a personal record of 23:03
as Bradford topped Oakleaf in
the girls' middle school
portion of the race.
Bradford had 14 points to
Bradford girls' results:
Autumn Rodgers (third,
25:05), Deanna Jordan (fourth,
25:37), Tiana Sheffield (sixth
26:29), Kaylen Chitty'
(seventh, 26:38, PR), Rachel
Ricker (eighth, 26:42, PR),
Ronda McCormick (ninth
27:30, PR) and L~auren '
Willliams (18th, 35:29, PR).
On the boys' side, Bradford
got a third-place finish from
Zachary Davis, finishing third
out of three teams with a score
Davis had a PR of 21:38,
( 1 4 h f l w e2 3 : 4 9 P R ) N i c h o l as r n e
Hernan ez (18'",(2284,5 P)
Juwan Crum (31"' 28:44, PR)
Scott Thomas (32"" 28:56) and
Sebastian Curtner (39'", 3.5:27,
Keystone had three inr the
race: Eli Dahiman (26Lh,
27:04), Logan Evans (37u,
31:44) and Clayton Hill (40',,'
defeat( Union (190) and
Madlison (19)4). Sp~ears' 37 led
thec way, with D~avis shiooting a
43 andt Johinson andi Normian
ealch schooling a 47.
team to 'dig
rain k' f r
Union County's Wednesday,
Oct. 14, varsity volleyball
game against Bradford will be
part of the Dig Pink National
Breast Cancer Awareness
Rally, which thousands of' high
school and college teams
throughout the country will
Many special events, such as
survivor recognition, are
plannedt prior to, during and
after the match, which is
scheduled to begin at
approx imately 5:30 p.m.
following a junior varsity
mnatlch at 4 p.mi. Attendees are
encouragged to wear something
Admission is $5 for adults
and $3 f'or students, with a
portion of the proceeds going
to the Side-Out Foundation, a
nonprofit organization that
raises funds f'or breast cancer
research through volleyball
tournaments, clinics and
For more information,
please e-mail Trudy Andrews
at AndrewsT~union.kl 2.fl.us
or call her at (352) 494-4602.
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Keystone Heights suffered
just its first loss thlis season in
boys' golf in a match with
Bishop Snyder and Clay Sept.
29 at the Magnolia Point Golf
and Country Club.
The Indians' Kyler Tate was
the medalist with a score of 39,
but Bishop Snyder edged
Keystone by two strokes, 187-
189. (Clay had a score of 206.)
Stephen Kennedy had a 45
average, followed by Michael
Brown (51), Adam Tabler (54)
and Parker Dykes (54). '
' Keystone (8-1) opened the
season at home against
Suwannee, defeating the
Bulldogs l94-213. Tate led the
way with a score of 39,
followed by~ Kennedy (47),
Dykes (54) and Brown (54).
K yston go t 38 fdm Inate i
defeating Hilliard 197-211 on
Sept. 15. Brown had a score of
48, followed by Grant Bostick
(54)aandhCol n3 S 1 le D kes
and Kennedy each shot a 45 in
the Indians' 177-192 home win
over Clay on Sept. 17. Brown
and Bostick each had a score
In a Sept. 24 tri-match in
Keystone, the Indians edged
Eastside by three strokes, 174-
I whilesBilliar fnsme o t
b47) eBnn ck and Tan6e ewn
shot a 50
Against visiting P.K. Yonge
Sept. 28, Tate shot a 36 as the
Indians won 184-214.
Kennedy shot a 46, followed
by Brown (50) and Tabler
Continued fromt Rage 68
The score was 20-19 in favor
of the Tornadoes with
Bradford' s Nicole Jenkins
serving. Three errors by Baker
made it a 23-19 game, but the
Wildcats would not go away.
Baker held serve trailing 24-
22, but a kill by Bright finally
gave Bradford the win.
The second game was not so
close. Bradford turned a si r
point lead into nine points with
Ashley Johnson serving.
Johnson had an ace, while
Bright added a kill, as the
Tornadoes built a 17-8 lead.
They later scored five points
with Brittany Hutchins serving
to go up 23-12. Hutchins had
an ace during that span, while
Bright added another kill.
Baker seemed determined
not to let Bradford score the
game-winning point when
Bright held serve with a 24-14
lead. The ball went back and
forth for what seemed like a
~minute, but Chelsea Jackson
finally ended the game with a
block that gave the Tornadoes
a 25-14 win.
The Tornadoes fell into a
hole early in the third game,
trailing 11-3 at one point. They
did get back into the game,
scoring seven points with
Jackson sbrving. A couple of
kills by Johnson and one by
Bright helped pull Bradford
within 17-16, but the
Tornadoes never could
overtake the Wildcats, who
Bradford held a lead in the
fourth game until the Wildcats
scored four points to go up 18-
15. The Wildcats never trailed
after that, though Bradford did
tie the game at 23-nil.
43, followed by Johnson at 47.
The Tornad~oes opened the
season Sept. 8 by' defeating
Union County 170-20.5, w\ith
Norman, Davis and Jones
following Spears with scores
of 413, 44 and 46. On Sept. 10.
Bratdfo~rd played its first road
match. defeating `Branford
195-198. Spears shot a 41,
followedt by Norman (49).
Johnson (52) and Dav\is (53).
In the team's first tri-match
of the season, Bradford had a
team score of 172 to defeat
Chiefland (193) and Ulnion
(197) on Sept. 14) in Starke.
Spears shot a 41, while Davis
and Normarn each shot 43-
Jones finished at 45.
Spears came close to
matching his season ow
against Su\\ annce, finliShingi at
.38 in a 175-195 win Sept. 15
in Live Oak. Davis finished at
45, followed by Johnson and
Norman at 46 each.
On Sept. 241. the Tornadoes
had a team score of 1741 to
The girls placed five runners
in the top 10, while the boys'
team had four top-10 finishers
as both Bradford cross country
teams won the annual Bradford
Invitational, which was held
Sep~t. 29 at the Starke Golf and
Kayla Garlo led the girls'
team, finishing fourth with a
time of 25:32. The Tornadoes
had a team score of 23 to
finish ahead of Fort White (41)
and Williston (56).
The rest of the girls' results
are as follows: Nicole Miller
(fifth places, 6:1.5). Rarchl
Baier (seventh. 27:50). Hannah
Ricker (eighth, 28:09) and
Grace Dennison (ninth, 28:15.
PR), Taylor McCormick (22".
On the boys' side, Bradford
had runners finish in second,
third and fourth place to top
the four-team field witha
score of 33. Fort White had 60
points, followed by Cedar Key
(61) and Williston (741).
Boys' results.: Andy Merrill
(second, 18: 18), Johnathan
Johns (third, 19:55) and
Rowdy Rensberger (fourth-
20: 14, PR), lan Waters (eighth,
20:31, PR), John Gillenwaters
(16", 22:02), David Weeks
(19", 24:10), Thomas Nguyen
(22nd, 24:41), Dustin Corbitt
(24th, 24:46), Nicholas
Hernandez (27 25:242) and
Scott Thomas (30'h, 27:02,
IIc to e
Marcus Thompson and
Autumn Rodgers each
recorded a personal record in
leading the Bradford Middle
despite recent IOSS
One win was allI Rntdlord
experienced last yealr. Th'lings
are going mu~ch better f'or the
'T'ornadoes this year as they
had a 6-3 recorgi (not including
toulnament plaly) going into
this past T'uesday's match with
However the season ends,
the future looks bright as the
varsity team is composed of
just one senior.
"We have a very young team
with a lot of athletic ability,"
head coach Tara Tomlinson
Two of the team's big
Williams is a junior who is the
team's leader in saves and a
Tomlinson said. Lakia Bright
is the go-to player for kills,
Tomlinson said, adding that
she is an "MVP kind of
player," despite the fact she's
ju dfrdmaill host Keystone
Heights Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 6
p.m. The Tornadoes then travel
to Lake Butler Wednesday,
a bl04, to play Union County
Those who plan to attend the
Union County match are
encouraged~ to wear pink as a
show of support of the fight
against breast cancer. The
match is part of the Dig, Pink
National Breast Cancer
Awareness Rally, with a
po ton ofothe admission costs
F~oundatiof, r. lcsh crais:
KH girls place
includes BH S
Emily Schaol posted a
third-place finish to help the
Keystone Heights girls' team
place second out of four teams
at the second annual Keystone
Heights High School Cross
Country Invitational, which
was held Oct. 3.
The Indians had 76 points,
finishing behind Clay, which
had 60 points.
Schaol had a time of 22:58,
followed by teammates
Ochessa Hall (14'", 24:43),
Mandy Frazier (18'", 25:47),
Liz Wheeler (19'", 25:57) and
Kayla Sheffield (22", 26: 14).
Keystone's boys' team
placed third out of five
schools, but Nathan Buchanan
topped all runners with a time
of 16:44 as Keystone finished
with a team score of 77. Clay
had 46 points and Trinity 64.
Other Keystone b~oysh'
results: Brandon Gambill (IS ,
20:22), Luis Rodriguez (16'h,
20:28), Josh Jimmeson (22",
21:02), Tyler Greenhaw (23",
21:11), Dustin Corbitt (42"d,
25:05), TJ. Chirico (43"1,
25:05) and Andrew Rowe
(44'", 27:37). .* *
Bradford's Andy :Merrill
finished fourth among the
boys' runners with a time of
18:14, which tied his PR and
helped Bradford finish fourth
in the team standings with a
score of 111.
Other Bradford boys'
results: Roddy Rensbergehr
(19 h, 20:33), lan Waters (26 ,
21:34), David Weeks (28th,
21:55, PR), Thomas Nguyen
(34'", 22:20) and John
Gillenwaters (35'", 22:21).
SKayla Garlo earned a top-10
finish for the Bradford girls'
team, placing 10'h with a PR of
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