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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla.
Publication Date: October 22, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
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Pictured in the front row and vying for the king's throne are Zachary
Starling and Marvin Brooks. Contenders Thomas Cason and Robby
Jaryls were unavailable for the photo. In the back row are the senior
class sponsors Dillan Waters, Joalyn Perry, Kaytee Thomas and Sean
McRae.


1


Bi.
Sardis Baptist
Church


0ct 25tC
:Sardis Bagptist Church
will celebrate 131 years on
Sunday, Oct. 25,at 10:30 a.m.
Dinner will follow. There
will be no Sunday school,
children's church or Sunday
evening services. The guest
speaker will be Brother Lewis
Cooper.

PLUS dinner
fundraiser
Oct. 31
On Saturday, Oct. 31, from
12-5 p.m., Beverly Stoutamire
will hold a dinner fundraiser
to support PLUS. For $5 a
plate, the meal will include
fried chicken or fried pork
chops served with potato
salad, baked beans, yellow
rice, roll and dessert. Meals
can be picked up at the
former location of Princess
and Pirates, 490 SW 2nd St.
in Lake Butter. For delivery
and order inquiries, please
call (352) 682-0093 or (904)
796-71 69.

Attention



As part of their 20-year
reunion celebration, members
of the UCHS Class of l989willI'
sit together intreserved seating
at the Oct. 23 homecoming
game. On Saturday, Oct. 24,
at 6 p.m., the class will teunite
at the Circle S Ranch on S.R.
100. For more information,
contact Demetrise Thomas at
demetrise28@yahoo.com .

UCHS class of
'79 reUnlon
0ct 24t
The Union County High
School class of 1979 will
hold its 30-year reunion on
saturday, Oct. 24, at 6 p.m.
The reunion will take place
at Rolling Oaks off C.R. 18
near Worthington Springs.
For more information, please
call Tanya Hendricks at (904)
731-5978 or (904) 588-3271.
Tickets for the reunion can
be purchased online at www.
ucoh igh79 .ev en tbri te .com .

Turkey shoot
this Saturday
onASatauday hO 2, at Jhoe
Howell's shop located on
south C.R. 231 in Lake Butler.
The shoot will begin at 10
a.m. Enter a drawing for your
chance at winning a 12-gauge
shotgun, new binoculars or a
mystery prize. Entry tickets
a $3 or two for $5. The event
is sponsored by the men's
auxiliary of the Lake Butler
VFW Post #t10082.

Back to
Raifor d Day
Oet 2t *
Back to Raiford Day is
planned for Saturday, Oct.
24. The event will begin
at 3:30 pm.Catntehre Rai or
121. Come visit with your
kinfolk, your old friends and
make some new friends as
well. There will be lots of
good food and plenty of fun.
Rhe ember to bring a lawn


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old daughter
or craig
and Sherry
Southwell of
Lake Butler,
She is a
member of
Pro evidence
Village
B ap ti s t
Church and,
throughout
high school,
has been
a c ti v ey
involved in
ocherlesains.
tennis and
the FFA. In
See ROYAL,
p. 12A


Homecoming queen contenders (back row, I-r) Olilva
Bennett, Dominic Walker, (front) Alison Southwell and
Jordon Reynolds.


at (386) 496-3040 or ematil him at
Ripp~lingerMulunion .k l2.f.us'
Ho -co mind

ShiftS On Sale
II(HS homecoming (-shirts are no\\
o~n sakc..AII suets are available cteept for
youth shirts. which are on order and an
expected to be in soo~n. Be sure to buy
y-our shirt and w\ear it to the homecoming
See MORE, p. 12A


will be SS for adullts. Admrissio~n is free to
all Ulnion ('ou~nts studenIts andl children
under the age of five'
'The so~mrcominp oame, is f-`rida). 23. Parande line-up begins at 10) a.mr. at
Sprinkle Hcld andl the paralde procerssion
TIhe ho~mecoming co~urt will circle the
track prior to thle foortball galme against
Taih~or C'ount\ Fridai night. Members
of the court should report to the licid no
later than 6i:45 p.m. ~The ganme \\ll fo~llow
at 7:30 p.m. If you need any further
information. contact Mike Ripili'ng~r


Johnstown plans
fall feslt Oclt 31
Johnstown Baptist Church, located
on S.R. 121 near Lake Butler, will
hold its fall festival on Saturday, Oct.
31, beginning at 4 p.mn.
There will be games, candy and
prizes for all. This event is free and
open to the public.

VFW Hallojween
bash .Oct. 31
The ladies' and men's auxiliaries of
the Lake Bu~tler` Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post #10082 will host a free
Hallowveenl bash\ on Saturday, Oct. ,31,
fro~m 5-7 p.m, at the post headquarters,
located on south C.R. 231.
There will be tricks, treats, games
and food.
Parents please do not drop off
your. children. All children must be
nuder the supervision of an adult to
participate in the event.
Formo~e information, contact Annie
P~ittman at (386i) 496-1140.


Harmony to host
fall f St Oct. 28
Harmony Free Will Baptist Church
is hosting its annual Fall Fest on Oct-
28 at 6 p.m. Children of all ages are
invited to come and enjoy games,
hayrides, "tr~unk" or tr~eat, cake walk
and lots of candy!
Qu6 4(-.~e~stio sCall the chur~c h off ice .

Lb First Baptist
Sets trunk or treat
First Baptist Chur~ch of Lake Butler,
located at 195 E. Mamn St., will hold a
trunk or treat fall festival on T'hursday,
Oct. 29), fr~om 6-8 p.m.
TIher~e will be carnival booths,
prizes, train rides, hayr~ides, horse
rides, inflatable slide, bounce house,
food and more.
This event is free and openl to the
Public. For further i nfolmrmatonl, please
call (386) 496-3704.


Last.year during DEAR Day, several Union County school
employees who were in a staff meeting dropped everything
to read for 30 minutes. Pictured were (clockwise from far left)
UCHS Principal Alex Nelson, Outpost Principal Barry Sams,
Scott Woodall, LBES Princippi Lynn Bishop, DebI Dukes, Bobble
Morgan, Superintendent Cariton Faulk
-- --and Linda Johns.


-- -- D A


Union County schools *
invite everyone to join them in
celebrating the 1Ith annual Drop
Everything And Read, or DEAR
Day on Wednesday, O)ct. 28. From
9-9: 30 a.m., everyone is askedl to
drop everything and read.
D)EAR D~ay began as a result
of the F'loridla Reading Initiartive
in 1999. Lake IButler Middic
School implemented the program


as an effort to involved the w~hole
community in taking timne to drop
everything for half and hour and
read.
TIhe project has increansed in
cooperation between all of1 the
Union ('ounty schools andl is now '
celebratedd during ~edl Ribbon
Week aIs an encourage~mentr to
sltudents to make corrctl andir wise
cho~ices.


Get involved. Be entertained. keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.


Stay informed.


Phone (386) 496-2261


Count 1


rida Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009


Union

USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Flol


., -s


97th Year 26th Issue 75 CENTS


13-yr-old

attempts

sexual

battery
A 13-year-old juvenile was
arrested recently by Starke
Police apartment omeiers
after he broke into a Starke
home Oct. 10 and attempted to
sexually batter the resident.
According to SPD Capt.
Barry Warren, the juvenile is
being charged with burglary,
attempted sexual battery and
false imprisonment.
The 13-year-old allegedly
knocked on the door of
residence at approximadiey 6:30
p.m. on Oct. 10. The residence
w\as occupied by a 25-year-old
female. The juvenile allegedly
spoke to the resident at the front
door and then walked around to
the rear door and gained entry
to the home.
Capt. Warren said the victim
See BATTER, p. 12A





c ha urged

I 0 9


A series of nine burglaries
w~as solved Oct. 13 with the

aSrest nf (hriso~phe a

Sheriff's Office. Hildebran was
already a suspect in the Graham
are~a burglaries w\hen he \\as
sl$rc bs 3n A achua Cou~nt\
a truck reported stolen in one of
hH ludeban topped the truck
and fled the scene before
he could be arrested, but a
juvenile passenger in the truck
wans apprehended. The juvenile
provided information that led
'of Hedeons das te drir n ai
Capt. Smith.
Learning he had been
identified, Hildebran turned
himself in to the Alachua
County Sheriff's Office and
\vas transferred to the Bradford
See BURGLE, p. 12A


Homecoming


Set Fniday


.High school announces
the finalists for
homecoming royals
One of the following young women and
one of the young men will soon be selected
to wear crowns as homecoming queen and
king for Ulnion Coulnty High School. They
are:
QUeen COnteStantS
Olivia Dora Be~nnet is .
the 17-year-old daughter
of Erlinda Waters of Lake
Butler and Frank Bennett ,
of Palm coast. she has
been a member of the $
Tigeretnes for four years
arid is currently serving as the squad's
co-captain. She was involved in the FFA
for three years and has been a three-year
member of the Future Busmness Leaders
of America, where she currently serves as
the club's,reporter. Bennett also currently
serves as the Beta Club vice-president. She
attends Anchor Christ Central Ministries.
After~ graduation, Bennett will attend a
tuhuversity to pursue a doctorate in physical
Dominic Lashandan Waclker is the 18-
year-old daughter of Candace Thomas
of Lake Butler and Barney Walker of
Gainesville. She is currently a varsity
cheerleader, is in the Drama Club and a
member of the yearbook staff. During
her freshman year, she was a member of
the girl's basketball team, Black Hiistory
and Drama Clubs and a member of the

pD rig her nesohmr er r alo
member of the Black History and D~rama
Clubs. the trak team and was a TigerTette.
After graduation, she plans to attendl the
University of C'entral Hlorida to earn a
master's degree in psychology.
Allison Lynette Southw~ell is the 17i-year-


Tiger Growl,
homecoming on
hoio fo UCHS
sTigrrizG >ni nI take place on
Thursday, Oct. 21. at the high school
football stadium. Class royalty will be
introduced along with the annrouncement
of this year's homecoming king and
queen. Participants should report to the
field at 6:45 p.m.
The admission price for Tiger Gjrol


Trick or Treat
in Lake Butler
is planned for
Saturday,
Oct. 31, from
6-8 plm.


Whatever you plan for Halloween, be safe!


*Fax (386) 496-2858


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication *








Page 2A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Oct. 22, 2009


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PURSUANT TO SECTION 193. 122,
FLORIDA STATUTES, JlMMY ALVAREZ,
PROPERTY APPRAISER FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, HEREBY GIVES


Su s~cionn R;;rn


Florlda Works
Alachua/Blradfordd ACommunity Partnerrrshp
You no longer have to drive to Lake City or
Jacksonville. FloridaWorks is now offering the
Florida Basic Abilities Test F-BAT to anyone applying
for State Corrections. Please contact Susan or Parn
at 904-964-5278 to schedule an appointment for this
test, or go ~online to floridaworksonline.com ~and
complete the registration form.


~rabforb Cortntl ityelegraph
USPS 082700
Purblished ea4ch Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Starke, Flotida under Act of Martch 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
Bradford County Telegraph
131 West Call Street Starke, Florida 32091


Gilrist :otinttty PWillie
USPS 648-200
P'ublish~ed each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Parid at Lkak Butllet, Florida under Act of Marchr 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street* Lake Butter, Fk3 2054 \

pake Re~gion fllottitor
USPS 114-170
PulblisheRd eachl Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Patid at Keystone Heighrts, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879,
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
Lake Riegion Vionitor
P.O. Box 1171 7382 SR 21 Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Phlone: 964-6305 P.O. Drawer A* Starke, FL 32091
John M. Miller, Publisher
Tlitness I-ll~l -- lwl






Oct. 22, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 3A


FirSt Priority Group: Who should get 2009 H1N1
inHleRCZa vaccine?

*Pregnant Women *People who live with or care for infants younger than month so age
*Children age 6 months to 24 years of age with chronic medical conditions*Health care
and emergency medical personnel


- - - - - - - - - - - * - '
H1N1 iilfluenza vaccine will be given on


Walk-i n basis FREE OF CHARGE:


Starke-- at the Bradford County Health Department
Tuesday 6-9 pm ~~ Thursdays 8-11 am -Saturdays 9 am-3 pm

Lake Butler- at the Union County Health Department
Tuesday 8-11 am ~~ Thursdays 6-9 pm ~~ Saturdays 9 am-3 pm

**"Vaccine availability is limited


Will healthy adults, adults with chronic medical
conditions and seniors be able to get the 2009
HINn influenza vaccine this season?
Yes, once the initial priority groups have been vaccinated.
"**A media announcement will be made when vaccine is available for~each priority group

For More Information Please Contact:
Bradford-Union County Health Department
Starke (904) 964-7732 Lake Butler (386) 496-3211
"Prevent...Promot'e...Protct" ;u ~.


"His Roy~alArm"
law te fallMy service number is 77-777-777. I am a part of the 7th
8 BY 8Army, 1st Platoon, stationed in Starke at the Bradford Baptist
fe~tial c ming Church. I get my orders from a very neat book. It has 66 long
festi al c m ing chapters. It covers everything I will need to fight a long war
uP Oct. 24 It tells the type of armor I will need, the tools I w Il need and
1 The annual Fall Festi\al at how to use them.
ILawtey Community school v\ill My commander in chief is a million miles away, but I can
lake place Saturday. O)ct. 241. reach him anytime, day or night, he never sleeps or
'from4i-8 p.m. slumbers and he can talk to a million soldiers at one time.
o~e n'e'"$","al "i 'na'""'" esH nvrloe battlehn er oh ve as rete. 0He has won ever
Sdr ckrt cr[ chedt and at 105 love being in his: army, even if I never get a furlough and
:houss. a rainI had to sign up for life.
house, a rainride, bingo,a
!cakewalk and much more.
Smoked and f~riedl mullel P.S. He promised me when I signed up and got to old to fight
:dinners will be on said, and there he had a retirement city for me prepared with Streets of Gold
~vill be smoked chicken dlinners such as you never saw... "Wow"'
-as w\ell. Signed: I'm in the Army now
For more information. please By Henry Hodges
contact the school at 904-9-66- Lawtey: FL
16795.
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Oct. 22, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 9A



UC JROTC big winners at drill meet

.Inio n ( 1 H I~itl


Ralph Coursoli

Custom Homnes

Remodeling Additions
Design and BluePrint Services

F~or AH Your Buiilding Needs
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386-496-3873 386-623-7083
Llcrb ]nasr R(s~ ~ c un


LOtt le Lee Br ewe r Archer
August 13, 1923 Optober 19, 1994l


Fall Fes tiva C.

. with


Trunk or Treat

Come join us at First Baptist Church
on October 29th for a great time of family fun!!
From 6:00 pm 8:00 pm we'll have carnival booths w| prizes, train ride, hayride, horse rides, inflatable slide.
inflatable bouncers, hotdogs,-nachos & cheese, slushies, popcorn, cotton candy, & more p
For more info call (386) 496-3704 3
195 E Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
a FREE FREE FREE ;'
ALL Rides! ALL Gamest ALL Flood!
Come one, come ALLI 3




Worship in thetbsothous~t o hcln ..
Soathater this wed !

The Ah'~urches and businesses tici tell low
'urge! you! to attend the church ofT yourvehoice!!

JACKSON BUILDING~ SUPPLY

~Adv ftis paur J B SEE US FOR ALIP'YOUR'
S DOORS & WINDO~WQ(
Husinelss Rere!'

For as little as -\aeetIas~nWrn~m
$9.00 per week you Archer Funer~al > ~b;
can reach Crem~atime, MorantnUnr .F ;liln
thouand in ourer hit"ii Lake Iu31r 545 Nort 0ke Aie.
readng a ea! GarE. Whitten, LFD 386rc49621556

Ca//l Kev~inl or Dar~l~rlene IJ ~ Robert- Os rre ~.
Torulavt NI'I:x & Ac~cout!i, igilpe.
9014-964-6301( 5 P'roviding Prlofessional~l Sei-vlces
13861400e-118 Call: 13521MS5-1176 835 8H.W818.ar toakaule


ROT( Annual
invitaional rill
Meet hlld at St.
Aupgustine High
School. F-or tle
sondt con~lsecutive
hRO('brught
homle five rrophries'
Th'le lyigh school's
w\on' trophiies in
ie ~ns: tu~ of sir,
duffle by~ shuttle
physical training
test, dizzy lz.y, and
klackerbolard relay~.
"We have a very
young drill team.
but they~ a're all very
sharp and should
continue io compcete
wvell in ulpcomning
eventss" said ('oI.
Kevlin Stevecrso~n,"I
aml especially p~rout
o~f thle teamw\\ork
o~ur drill temni
Supisti nch so11
add ed th this o


devl\c~tping~ Ileaders \\hoI(
neceptl~ the clpilclenge ofI

Boot Camp held
()nI Sept. 24 25.
condituclted its annualI;1
Blandlinp.
Al thiseventlllth e cadll
leaders were allo\\e
as paii ol lljinllti e
activities. Thsea,
ail codels wholc attelded
the camp spentr miost
of their timie oni ('amp 1I
Blending's new\ air
assault Itraining~ course. C

andt rock-climbrling wall.
andrt a ver! challenin? il
ob~sltcle ~ou~rse, his


chlengeps.
"Th~lic recent Foes ;


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


P- h'B'""T'W11R-*** ?""" 1
Members of the Union County JROTC squad during the unarmed
drill competition. Pictured (I-r) were Tyler Parrish (lead), Roy Hardin,
Kristopher Greene, Alex Przekop, Anthony Swhwind, Ricky McGloughlin,
Melvin Franklin and Kandice Stewart.


iS Clchosen in receive thc (`;mlel
of the ('amlp Award. Tlhe awa;rd


the1 ( ;11mp Awa;rdl recipients
we~re (;Metl K;tici Shepp~l;"'


w\ho, rluccessfullls made~1 it to)
theto ofth \c\ halenino


I)cde i mpI.e


their ~ 1. elf1) 1('


@ ,.i
Almanique Watkins is harnessed up
anCI all smiles just before she tackles
the rock c~lmbing wall.


Early Learning
to meet on
Nov. 9-10



p~l b\ III Iu


n used1o 1 0 \\ Man
I1I' .1ak < a .tlmslll p 1a on
111so11 owated nnayt
<~\I111 9 l~~lI .,\ j to.


please contact Slacci Nettles:H
ove rs, wro


School board
meets Oct. 27

cl;lit;, lc n nit- liv c~



Learn about
UC'S fifSt
murder trial

O t. ac J. t
7 pm. heUio cuni
IKiioicl sociel wil hz I~'~ l 1 I '\
Plan oun 1Wage o id



Kcrei o n a e n l c


rIe/l uJ YOLT ScOIY--
UC Timrles (386) 496-2261


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
77melts Staff Wrtiter
On Oct. L~at approximately
Sher fat's OUf ne Dpt
Carl Hantlon responded to a
do esi do enc call at a

in his report of the incident,
Hanlon stated that a 16-year-
old male juvenile victim
had returned home from a
Boy Scout meeting when his
stepfather allegedly began
verbally reprimanding him
after hearing that his stepson
had been seen smoking at
school.

his~Stfejather 'attetM~iip~'t Ti i
r st raintohiamtcauseing othd'


near the front porch of
the residence. He further
alleged that his 15-year-olld
stepbrot her then picked u p aZ-
by-4 board with a protruding
ni hea ti is vung i t,7 tl
left side of his back.
After a verbal altecrcat~ion,
\ce;lkc o Pa re ave's htl~h,
for safe haven. Deputy
H-aniorn stated that the vic'tin
appeared to have a mark on
his back onIsiStent( w\ith that
of a 2-by-4 txoard along wvitl
a shallowv puncture woc~und-
~The juvenile suspect w\as
later contacted at his schex)I
and transported to the Ulio~n

${'aggranvated battery wvith a
deahdils s pan nfor his assaullt


/t hlas been~ 75 year-s since ~you left us to go to your heavenly
homne. Not a3 day passes without us thinking of what a
w~onder~ful m~other- you were to us, and how much love you
gRVe US ;7/1 Of yOurl life here on earth. Time passes so fast, and
if SeellTS as through it was yesterday you slipped' away fr-om
us. As long as we live we will never for-get what you taught us,
"Do unrto~ othrsll~ a7s _you would have then do unto you". We
ha~ve tr~idc to? live by wha~t youl taugh7/t us.
We miss youlr hug/(s and kiscses so mulch!


Dnoyle <9 Mary Ne//. Bea, & Vernon, an~d Ralph & Pam


brother, lands in jail










Oct. 22, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 5A


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of a curve concave to the East and
having a radius of 5762.65 feet, a
chord distance of 142.35 feet to an
Iron stake for point of beginning.
From poi nt ofbegi nning th usdescribed,
continue in a Southwesterly direction
along said Westerly boundary and
along said are of curve, a chord
distance of 174.37 feet to a point,
said chord having a bearing of South
31 degrees 0 minutes West, run
thence South 88 degrees 39 minutes
30 seconds West, a distance of 229
feet to an Iron stake; run thence North
2 degrees 0 minutes 40 seconds
West, a distance of 147.66 feet to a
point; run thence North 88 degrees
43 minutes East, a distance of 324
feet to point of beginning.
LESS AND EX EPT any part of
subject lands lying within the right
of way of U.S. 301 as described in
that certain Final Judgment recorded
in minutes Circuit Court Book 13,
Page 465, et seq., public records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
DATED this 15" day of October,
2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk Circuit Court
ByLisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommodation to
participate, In this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7) days prior,
contact the Clerk of the Court's
disability coordinator at (904)966-
6280. If hearing or voice g impaired.
contact (TDD) (800)9558771 via
Florida Relay Sysem.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 042008-CA245
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK. NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN E. LESTER, et al.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALB
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortge Foreclosure date October
12, 209and entered in Case No.
04-2008CA-245 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for 8RADFORD County. Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO tsANK, NA.
is the Plaintiff and JOHN E. LESTER;
KARISMA LESTER; RIVER ROAD
PLANTATION ASSOCIATION. INC.;
are the Defendants. I will soil to the
hhetand best bidder for cash at
FOTHALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE. 945
NORTH TEMPLEAVENUE. STARKE.
FLORIDA 32091 at 11f)OAM, on the
12th day of November. 2009, 'the
folklowng described prpryas set
forth in said Final J dmet:
DESCRIPTION O 36 A PARCEL
OF LAND CONTAINING 2.54
ACRES. MORE OR LESS. AND
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION
21. TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST. BRADFORD COUNT Y.
FLORIDA. SAIO PARCIAL BEING
SHOWN AS PARCEL 38 ON A
MAP PREPARED BY PATRICK B
WELCH & ASSOCIATES, INC. AND
RECORDED IN MISC. MAP BOOK 1.
PAGE 1 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY. ALSO BEING
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON ROD SET
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID SECTION 21 AND RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 18 MINUTES AND
55 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF,
57.31 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD:
THENCE SOUTH 83 DEGREES 49
MINUTESAND 27 SECONDS WEST
345.50 FEET: THENCE SOUTH t0
DEGREES 32. MINUTES AND 37
SECONDS WEST, 926.49 FEET TO
A SET IRON ROD FOR THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING TH(US DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
32 MINUTES AND 37 SECONDS
WEST, 312.64 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD SET ON THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST
1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 06 MINUTES


AND 03 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY,
355.62 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 32
MINUTES AND 37 SECONDS EAST,
310.43 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
27 MINUTES AND 23 SECONq8
EAST, 355.61 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING3. RESERVING
THEREFROM AN EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITIES
OVER THE WESTERLY 30.00
FEET OF THE NORTHERLY 50.00
FEET THEREOF. ALSO BEING
CONVEYED jNITH A RIGHT OF
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER ALL
ROADS SHOWN ON AFORESAID
MAP RECORDED ON PAGE 1 OF
MISC. MAP BOOK 1.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO.
A/K/A 23151 NW 33RD PLACE,
LAWTEY, FL 32058 .
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on October 15, 2009. .
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of the Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 workipg
days of yotir receipt of this notice, if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
10/22 2tchg 10/29-8CT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY. FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:04-2006-CA-511
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY. AS TRUSTEE
PLAINTIFF
VS.
YOLANDA CLARK; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF YOLANDA
-CLARK IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH. UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) -
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE .
DEAD OR ALIVE : WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS. OEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
OTHEA CLAIMANTS: BRADFORD
COUNTY. FLORIDA. BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
SFORltCLOSUIREt SAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting the
Motion to Reset Foreclosure Sale
dated October 13. 2009'entprd In
'Civil Case No. 04-2006iCA\-511 of
the Circuit Court of the 8"' Judical
Circuit in and for BRADFORD County,
STARKE. Florida. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder forcash at the
LOBBY OF THE COURTHOUSE of
the BRADFORD County Courthouse.
954 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
STARKE. Florida, at 11 00 a~m. on
the 19th day of November. 2009
the following describedprpty
asset forth in said Summary Final
Jdmn to-wit:
LTSIX(6)ANO)SEVEN(7)BLOCK
TWO (2) OF LIVINGSTON. ~TRUBY
AND COMPANY'S ADDITION TO
STARKE. AS PERPFLAT RECORDED
IN DEED BOOK J. PAGE 2320F THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FORIDA.(GU.NC)
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, fany other
than the property owner as ofthe date
of the lis pendens, must fie a clam
within 60 days after the sale
Dated this 15* day ofOctber, 2009.
Ray Nonpan
Clerk of the Circuit Court

IN ACCORDANCE WI THE ~nTH
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation sol
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,


at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) Sevleor 1-800-955-8770, via Florida
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
NOTICE OF MleET &C
The Bradford County A fordable
Housing Advisory Committee will hold
a meetfug Tuesday, October 27, 2009
beginning at 3:30 pm at the Bradford
County Public Library located at 456
West Pratt Street, Starke, Florida.
Contact Angela Cooper at (904)966-
6382 with questions,
: 10/221tchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED
FOR INTHE
BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
.REGULATIONS
SBY THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations and
comments concerning a special
exception, as described below, will be
heard by the Board of Adjustment of
Bradford County, Florida, at a public
hearing on November 2, 2009 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, Cou~nty Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
SE-09-7, a petition by Floyd F
Markling &i Clinton F. Mims JR. as
agents for Rayonier Timberland
to request a Special Exception be
granted as provided for in Section
4.5.5 ('12) of the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations to
allow for solid waste facilities to be
located on property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying in Section 13,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East.
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at al nail and disk located
at the Southeast corner of said
Section 13 and rnm North 01 degree
43 minutes 04 seconds West, along
the Easterly boundary thereof, 49.37
feet to a concrete monument set on
the Northerly boundary of the right of
w of County Road 125 for the Point
of 8eining From Point of Beginning
thus asre run South 88 degrees
42 minutes 53 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 936.52 feet
to a set concrete monument; thence
North 01 degree 42 minutes ~44
seconds West, 2563.42 feet to a set
concrete inonument; thence North 35
degrees 20 minutes 14 seconds West.
lo55.35fteet to concrete monument
set on the Easterly boundary of the-
right of way of Jacksonville Electric
Authority (330' wide); thence North 05
Degrees 32 minutes 57 seconds East,
along said Easterly boundary, 746.01
feet to ai set concrete monument;
thence North 88 degrees 42 minutes
53 seconds East, parallel with said
Northerty boundary, 1432.23 feet to
a concrete monument set on said
Easterlry boundary of Section 13;
thence South 01 degree 42.minutes
10 seconds East, along said Easterly
boundary, 1574.74 Feet to a concrete
monument found at the %k Section
corner on said Easterly boundary.
2612. 10fbet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 105.21 acres, more or
less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more fuure dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
'shal be announced during the
public bearing~ and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calender weeks from the
date bf the above referenced public
hearng.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all nterested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the special
aceto .
%oisof the special exception
kpidation are available for public
inspection at the Office of the Director
of Zoning, Planning, and Building,
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue. North Wing;


Economic Council, Inc. Outreach
T T' AT Office Industrial Park, 104-4 LM
/ LL fl],; GanesBlvd, Starke, Florilda 32091.
w ~Please mark envelope "Sealed Bid
for Name of Homeowner". Bids to be
opnod and awarded Friday, October
i1~44~3b 2Q0(9 at 12:30 p;m,
Suwanries River Economic Council
0 DAD F RD In4. athe right to reject any and all
BR bde.Thebide will be arwar~de~d on the
most coat effootive basis,
PUBLIC AUCTION 10/22 itlchgBCT
Pursuant to the Florida Self Stor g
Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.8 1 IN THE CIROUIT COURIT OF THE
83 80 ), Allen's Attic Mini Storage EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
will hol a public auction on Friday FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
October 30, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., .~ FLORIDA
527 S. Water Street, Starke. Florld i. CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-451
The following stor ge units containing IIEIL HARROW and SHARON
personal items wila b auctioned offto HARROW,
thethighest bidder. Plaintiffs,
Unit #11/19: M, Rhue VS,
Onit Rt 8 S,.White ESTATE OF PAUL DENNIS
Unit #22 N. Brewer PENfJEL; STATE OF FLORIDA
Unit #28 Unknown DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS
10/15 2tchg 10/22-BCT REGULATIONS DIVISION OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HeARING. TOBACCOS-STATE OF FLORIDA
the Bradford County School Board will DEPARTMENT OF REVENIUE;
hold a Public Heaning on November and CHEERS PUB, INC.; a Florida
!7, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. to present corporation,
updated Board Policies. Immediately Defendants.
following the Public Hearing, there NOTICE OF SALE
will be a Special Board Meeting to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in
approve the Policies presented during $ncordance with the Final Summary
the Public Hearing. Jtidgnient of Foredlosure dated
10/15 5tchg 11/12-BCTr October 12, 2009, in the above-styled
cause, I, as said Clerk of the Court,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE will offer for sale and sell at public
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT sale to the highest and best bidder
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, for cash at the Bradford County
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION Courthouse, located at 945 N.Temple
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000531 Ave., Starke, FL 32091, this 17th day
DIVISION: of November. 2000 at 11:00 a.m., the
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, following: Liquor License Number 14-
Plaintiff, 00034 Series 3GPS,
es. Dated: October 15, 2009
WESLEA HARRELL, et al, Ray Norman
Defendant(s). Clerk of the Circuit Court
NOTICE OF ACTION Bradford County, Florida
TO: BILLY HARRELL By: Lisar Brahnon
LAST KNOWN AbDRESS: 610 E Deputy Clerk
WALDEN STREET, LA FOLLETTE, if you area person with a disability
TN 37766 who needs an accommodation in
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN order to partici ato in this proceeding.
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIgS ouare entit e, at no cost to you, to
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH. UNDER; me provisions of certain assistance,
ANDAGAINSTTHEHEREIN NAMED Persons with a disability who need
WNDVIDALENT~""~~o KDFEND ANT( MS an ccommodation in order to
WHO AE NOTKNOWNTO BE icpate aodcl anPhillips.
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID ADA Coordinator, Alachuar County
CINKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, G~iaineeville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-
PEVISEES. GRANTEES, OR OTHER 6237, within TWO (2) working days of
CLAIMANTS vour receipt of this notice; if you are
LAST KNOWN .ADDRESS: hearing impaired cali (800) 955-8771;
UNKNOWN if t( ar voice impaired, call (800)
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN wo-8i770,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to 10122 2tchg 10/29-BCT
foredob~e a mortgage on the following
Ijiroperty in BRADFORD County, IN THE OtRCUIT COURT OF
Florida: :..~ THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN AND FOR BR'ADFORD COUNTY.
THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF THE FLORIDA
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION `CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-229
14, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE WACHOVIABANK, NATIONAL
21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, ~ASSOCIATION
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING Plantiff.
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCrIlBED S.
AS FOLLOWS: LARRY E. TOMLINSON A/KIA
COMMENCE ON THE NORTHYAtEST LRY
CORNER OF SAID NORTHWEST OLINSON.ETAL
1/4 OF NORTHWEST 1/4 AND R1AN Defendants.
NORTH 88 DEGREES 37 MINUTES NOTION OF PuURUN ru~r
09 SECONDS EAST. ALONG TO 48ATB rI
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY NOTICEISHEREBYGIVEN pursuant
THEREOF, 822.98 FEET; THENCE to the Summary Final Judgment in
SOUTH 01 DEGREE 01 MINUTE Forociour dted October 12. 2009
07 SECONDS EAST, 448.60 FEET and entered In Case No. 04-2009-
YtO A SET IRON 99; THENCE .~l3!~~buiic~oh ofth TH
blORTH 88 DEGREE 2~`~ INL1E an RADFORD
36SECONDS EAST, 1471 FR Whhj~Ci 2F~~~fet ACb)VI
YOAFOUND IRON ROD; THENCE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION is
BOUTH 01 DEGREE30 MINUTES21 Plaintiff and LARRY E. TOMLINSON
SECONDS EAST, PARALLELWITH AlKlA LARRY TOMLINSON, ET
THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF AL all unknown parties claiming by.
.THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY through, under or against the named
BOAD 225, A DISTANCE OF 48.22 Defnodant(s), whether living or not.
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD FOR and whether said unknown parties
THE POINT OF BEGI1NNING. claims as heirs devisees, grantees.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGIINNING assinees,Ienors.creditors, trustees,
(HUSDESRIBD RN NRTHorianythecapacitycalaiming by.
88 DEGREES 34 MINUTES 36 thoeunder oragainst thenamed
SECONDS EAST, 380.46 FEET aamm~lre the Defendant(s). I
fO AN IRON ROD SET ON SAID will solito hiMherst and best bidder
WVESTERLY BOUNDARY, THENCE forcashattheliv IHELOBBYOF THE
SOUTH 01 DEGREE 30 MINUTES COURTHOUSE of the BIA.DFORD
21 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID Cw Courthouse, in BRADFORD
WESTERLY BOUNDARY 143.00 Co~yFklikoriat 11:00 a.m., on
jEET TO A SET IRON ROD; the 1 ikdaoNovember, 2009, the
;THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES following creacribed property as set
34 MINUTES 36 SECONDS WEST, forth in sai Order or Final Juidgment.
:380.46 FEET TO ASETIRON ROD; twit:
:THENCE NORTH ~01 DEGREE 30 EXHIBIT "A'
MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST, Aparceolofandivyinginthe Northwest
PARALLEL WITH SAID WESTERLY 1/4 of Section 14, Township 6 South,
BOUNDARY, 143.00 FEET TO THE Rne21 East, Bradford County,
iiOINT OF BEGINNING, TOGETHER Foia said. parcel bding more
WITH A MOBILE HOME LOCATED particuilarly described as follows:
THEREON AS A PERMANENT Commence atthe Northwest corner
fIX(TURE AND AN APPURTENANCE of said Northwest 1/4 of Northwest
THERETO. ID NO: 11439271A & 1/4 and run North 88 degrees 37
31439271B mInutes 09 seepnds East, along the
Itas been filed against you and you Northerly boundary thereof, 331.71
thre required to serve a copy of your feet to a found iron rod; thence South
;written defenses within 30 d~ays after 01 derees 01 minutes 07 seconds
the first publication, if any, on Florida East, ~4.96 feet to a set iron rod;
Default Law Group, P.L, .Plantiffs thence North 88 degrees 34 minutes
attorney, whose address Is 0119 36 second Eeat, 322.95 feet to asset
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300, iron rod for the Point of Beginning;
'Tampa, Florida 33634. and filti the from the Point of Beginning thus
original with this Court either before described continue Nortn 88 degreeS
service on Plaintiffs attorney or 34 minutes36 seconds East, 107.65
immediately thereafter; otherwise a feet to a found Iron rod; thence South
flefault will be entered against you for .01 dgeas 01 minutes 07.seconds
the relief demanded in the Complaint* East, 44.73 feet; thence South, 88.
br petition. degrees 34 minutes 36 seconds West,
'T~his notice shall be published once 107.65 feet; thence. North 01 degrees
each week for two consecutive weeks 01 minister 07 seconds West. 448.73
In the Bradford County Telegraph. feet to the Point of B~eginning.
WVITNESS my hand and the seal of Subject to an easement for lingress
this Court on this 12th day of October, and egress over the Southerly 30 feet
2009. thereof.
Ray Norman Above described parcel being
Clerk of the Court conveyed with a ri ht of ingress
r~~y Tasher Alnlenk and ere~ssover a 60 f0oot strip of
Ao r e so DihePudty Clrland.A ngt 30.00fe nec ieo
if yu ar a erso wit a isablitythe lowing described centerline:
fho needs any accommodation in Commence at an iron pipe located at
prder to participate in this proceeding, the. Northwest corner of said Section
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to 14 and run Noirth 88 degrees 37
the provision of certain assilstence. minutes 09 seconds East, along the
Please contact the Clerk of Court,' NortherT)P~boundary thereof, 381.71
Oradford County Courthouse, Starke, feet to an iron rod; thence South 01
f'L at 904-964-6280 within 2 working degrees 01 minutes 07 seconds East,
days of your receipt of this notice; if 897.69 feet to a concrete monument
you are hearing or voice impaire~d, located at the Westerly terminus
call 1-800-955-8771. of' said centerline for the Point of
: 10/22 2tchg 10/9-SOT~ Begindifig; from the Point of Beginning
thus described run North 88 degrees
::PUBLIC NOTICE 34 minutes 36 seconds East, along
This is to inform you that Bradford said centerline, 950.32 feet to an iron
County will hold a pre-bid conference rod on the Westerly boundary of the


end walk-thru for the weatherization right oft way of Coun~ty Road 225 and
wrork of six (6) single-family dwellings the end of said centerline.
In the Bradford County Weatherization 2005 CAVAt.IER MOBILE HOME
rogrm. VN #. BLOSGAO212766AA &
his meeting wlli be held Tuesday, BLOSGAO212766B
October 27, 2009, beginning et 8:30' TITLE # 98873189 & 95873294
am at Suwannee River Economic. Street Address: 8055 NORTHIWEST
Council, Inc. Outreach Office, 1818T STREET, STARKE, FLORIDA
Industrial Park, 104-4 LM Gaines 32091
Blvd, Starke, Florida, 32091. Any person claiming an Interest in
The conference and W~lk~thrp the surplus from the sale, If anV, other
is mandatory, no exceptions, for than he property owner as of the date
contractors who plantabild. Suwannee of the l e ndone, must file a claim
fliver Economic Council, Inc. reqiuiresl vidhin sixy (60) days after the sale.
eachconractr t be roprlyW(TNESS my hand and the) seal of
licensed, carry general lail h or hs1mdyo coe
insurance of at least $1 000,000. 000.
POI (Pollution Occurrence Insurance RAY NORMAN
and Workers Comp Insurance (No. BAy Lisa Brannon
Exemptions) during construction. AsDeputy Clerk
Original bids for these units willl be hisnotice, is provided pursuant to
due by 12:00 noon Friday, October Administrative Order No.2.09i5. In
30, 2009, at Suwannee River aGccrdance with the Americans with


DiavnIC.I1 III~ A\ct, if you are a person
with a disability who needs any
accomlmodatlion in order to participate
in this pr'oceedinlg, you. are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assista~nce. Please contact the Court
Adminil~srator at 945 North Temple
AveIIInuel.R 137, Starke, FI 32091,
Phone No. (904)966-6280O within 2
workingJ days of your receipt of this
notice or ploaRdin9; If you are hearing
Impanired,, call 1800-955-8771 (TDD);
if your are voice impaired, call 1800-
995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
ServiCeS1).
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN TH-E CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-269
DIVISION:
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
FINANCE, INC., etc,
Plaintiff
vs.
BRYAN M. WALDORF, et al.
Defendants
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO
SECTION 45.031(1). FLORIDA
STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant
to the Final Judgment entered on
October 12, 2009, in Case No. 04-
2009-CA-269 of the Circuit Court.
Bradford County, Florida, In which
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance,
Inc., etc., is Plaintiff and Bryan M.
Waldorf, et al. are the defendants, the
Clerk of this Court will sell at public
sale the following described reaI
property:
Lots 37 and 38, RIVER BEND
ESTATES, an unrecorded subdivision
of Lands in Section 19, 20 and 30,
Township 7 S, Range 21 E, Bradford
County, Florida, per Misc. Map Book
Toehrwith 2001 Redman
ndsre Inc., doublewide mobile
home with VIN #11437601A and
11437601B
The sale will be held on November 12,
2009 at 11:00 a m. to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the front steps
to the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Ave Starke,
Flonda in accordance with Section
45.031 of the Florida Statutes.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE
Dated this 15" day of October, 2009
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF SAID COURT
By iaBrano ~Ja;~
10/22 21chg 10/29BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8'" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
BAADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
CASE No 04-2009CA-000154
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY. AS
TRUSTEE FOR SAXON ASSET
SECURITIES TRUST 2007-2.
Plaintif.
vs
TERRY RATLIFFE et al.
Defendants
RIE*NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALR
NO TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to anr Ometr ofr E Iral Julg~mentl entered
in as 012000 A-)iL^17..\000154 of
the Calrcutl C~ourt of the 81H Judacal
Circuit in and for BAADFORD County.
Florida, wherein. DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY. AS
TRUSTEE FOR SAXON ASSET
SECURITIES TAUST 20072.
Plaintifi. anrd. RATLIFF. TERRY.
et al are Defendants. I will sell to
the hlghrest tuddler for cash at The
Bradford county Courthouse located
at 94S N TEMPLE AVENUE STARKE.
FL 3209t. at the hour of 11 00 a.m.
on the 19" day of November. 2009.
the following desenbed property
EXHIBIT A
A parcel of land lyang in the Northeast
'A of South~east H of Section 6.
Township, 7 South. Range 22 East,
Bradford County. Florida, and being
.more particularly described as
follows
Commence at the Inltesection of the
Northerly boundary of said Northeast
'k of Southeast M and the Westerly
boundary of the right of way of
State Road 200 and thence run in a
Southwesterly direction alone said
Westerly boundary and along te arc


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Starke. Florida, during regular
business hours .
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record .of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
10/221ftchg-BCT
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
HEARING
CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
pursuant to Sections 163.0161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes'
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, heremnafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations.
objections, recommendations
and comments concerning the
amendment, as desenibed below, will
be heard by the Planning and Zoning
Board of Bradfor ony Florida.
serving asi oas the Local Planning
Agency of Bradford County, Florida*
at a public hearing on November
2, 2009 at 6:00 p~m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard*
in the County Gommission Meeti ~
Room, County Courthouse lct
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke
Florida.
S 091007 A, an application by
Elbert E. Gowens III. to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by chan ing
the future land use class fication fom
AGRICULTURE-2 (1 dweln unu to pr
1.22 _so INDUSsR AL on prp t
described, as follows gpry
A prel of land lIn within Secti n
1 ;1o n hi 5 S ut R no~d~1
E Bradfpord Count da
more particularly de ~ritifed as
follows: Commenc at the Nortw~est
rot 2.660.2 feet ioonthe Poletnce
Beginning ; thence North 87*55'12
East 35 .90 feet; thence South
17*43'30" West 421.90 feet; thence
:7orth 76*58'43" West 104.04 feet;
Hence North 10*01'23' East 267.96
~eet; thence South 87013'05 West
!173.59 feet; thence North 00*34'32"
iWest 199.00 feet to the Point of
C~ontaInin 1.66 acre, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
:to one or more fuure date. Any
ineetdparty shall be advised
1ta tedate, time and place of any
:continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the


exceeds six calendar weeks from the
Id aei .the above referenced public
At the aforementioned public hearing,

Amendment.
Coesof the amendment are
Naalbefor public inspection at
eOffice of the Director of Zoning,
lannand Building located at 945
ort emleAvenue, Courthouse
orhWing, Starke, Florida, during `
garbusiness hours.
persons are advised that if they
cieto appeal any decision made
tthe above referenced public
eaing, they will need a record of
proceedings, and that, -for such
upethey may need to ensure that
verbatim record of the proceedin s
made, which record includes to
stimony and evidence upon which
appeal is to be b se2 thgBT

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
CITY OF STARKE O
ROECT NO: REC 1 FY 09-10
ealed bids, SUBMITTED IN
RIPLICATE, WILL BE ~RECEIVED
YTHE uC~it of Starke, Florid
Owner) ni 3:00PM.ocl
meThursday, November 5, 2009
tthe office of Ricky Thompson.
peations Manager, City Hall, 209
.I Thompson St., Starke, FI 32091
here at that time all bids will be
pndand read.
orthe construction of the following
esRcTibleC F IETE BASKETBALL
ORTGRADE AND FINISH A
INETY (90) FOOT BY SEVENTY
0) FOOT REINFORCED
R2T BSEBAPL FOUORO

ORGRADE AND FINISH A
HIRTY FIVE (35) FOOT BY THIRTY
0) FOOT REINFORCED.
CONCRETE PLAY/FOOD COURT
WREA
projects shall be four (4) inches
icwith an eight (8) inch edge.
onrte must be 3500 PSI with a
htbrush finish.
mddst b s nmiht I in two (
iyof Starke supplying the concrete
nrdr n20 the cst of the pr jen te
garts oof tohe projctT ae a h
tarke, Florida '
Plans, specifications, .and contract
documents will be open to public
tanper~tion at the office listed above or
't iv be obtained from:
SCity of Starke


October 23, 2009 5pm-8pm

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ro~leplalying game F~inal Fantasy
VII. It is set two years after the
events of' the game, and follows
('loudl Strife: as he unravels the
cause of' a mysterious plague
called "(jeostigma" that has
hcseme Ih: oulaton.
It won "best anime feature"
at the 20)07 American Anime
Awards, and the Anime and
Malnga Club welcomes everyone
to come see it for free Tuesday,
()ct. 27, from 3:30-5:30 p.m.


is to help bridge the gap between
what one might have read in
school, and what he or she wants
to read.
discussions al'e or tho same
time laid back and co~llcege
prepalratory:: read the shorL-
stor~ies, the novel, or. the poet~y
decided-on by the group, then
kick ba\ck with pizza andi drinks
for an thecr-short1 author's
biography and literary context
of the work; finally, just talk and
tal k and talk.
Book-lovers wanted. direly.
'The group rlects next on
TIhursday, Oct. 29, 4: 30-6: 30p, m.
in the Bradford County Public


libraryy meeting r~ooml. Walk-
ilns areL absolutely weclcome,. and ~
fir~st-timer~s ar~e encouragedl to
chime-in at( random. Free snaickS,
orf courlse.
A supp~lemntclal i.ak
actually called "Th~linking abo~ut
Existentialismn etc. through

smile Iy-fa~ce- has been Ihthown
together alnd is available atl the
Bradlkbrd (county P'ublic ~ibrar~y:
it is a brief historical and litlrary
context of' the novel,w\ith thirteen
short, themantically linked poems
by authors like E.E. Cummings
and Walt Whitman.
For more inlbrlmation, visit


Anime film

screening at

the library

I.ibrary's teenl Animle andr Ma ng;
C'lub wvill be screeniing fori the
general public a 2005) ('(;1I ilmn
that, as palrt of` the library's
molvie license, it isn't permiittd
to promnote by1 title.
1-loweve\r, the librlary is able to ,
wvrite t hat the f'ilm is based on the
highly successful 1997 console


TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST AS PER PLAT RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 17 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE EAST 1/2
OF SAID LOT 39.
TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT
FIOR INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
THE EAST 20 FEET OF THE SOUTH
1/2 OF EAST 1/2 OF LOT 39.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A
PERMANENT FIXTURE AND AN
APPURTENANCE THERETO.
VIN NO. FS61S3FB7758GA
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
Default Law Group, P.L., Plaintiffs
attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300.
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will beentered a ainst you for
the relief demanded in toe Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive weeks
in the Bradford County Telegraph.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 13" day of October.
2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation In
order to participate in this proceeding
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance
Please contact the Clerk of Court.
Bradford County Courthouse. Starke.
FL at 904-9464-80 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice. i
you are hearing or voice impaired,
cali l -800955-7 71
10fl2 2tchg 10/29-BCT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISlTER FICTITIOUSNHAME
Pursuant to Section 865 09. Flonda
Staetutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned. Catherine Adams.
90394 NW 219" St Starke. FL 32091.
sole owner, doing business under the
firm name of. OrgllalAl~umls. 9094 NW
219" St Starko. F~L 3209 1.:ntends~ to
register said fictitbous name under the
aforesaid statute Dated this 20C day
of October, in Bradford County


10/22 itchg-BCT '
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
There will be an auction Saturday,
October 24, 2009 at 10:00 a.m The
following units will be sold:
1-30 Amy Linham
1-24 Leroy Stoutamire
1-12 Courtney Kelly
2-33 Steven Varnum
2-75 Jo Collins
Location: Hwy 301 South at C & C
Mini Storage
10/22 itchg-BCT


LAKE~~ RGO
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
PUBLIC HEARINGS will be held on
Ordinance 2009-491 on November 2.
2009 at 6 30 pm at City H-all. Keystone
Heights, FI., at which time the City
Council wrll consider the adoption of
the ordinance. The Ordinlance can be
inspected at City H~all dunn regular
office hours. AII Interested parties
may appear at thle meeting and be
heard For additional Information call
352-473-4807
ORDINANCE 2009-491
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE
COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT
PLAN FOR THE CITYOF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. FLORIDA, PROVIDING
FOR CONFLICT WITH OTHER
ORDINANCES, PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY. PROVIDING AN
IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE DATE
PLEASE BE ADVISED that it a person
decides to appeal anry decisionl made
by the City Council will respect
to anry mratter conrsidered at such
heanatg he of shle will nreed a record
of thle proceeldlln for suchr purpose-
he or she willl need to enrsure that a
Verba~tm record of thle procetedrn9
is made whsch Ieco~rd IInClUdes tle
teshlmony andt evidence upyon which
the appeal Is to be based
10.02 itcll-LRM



NOTICE: OF SHERIFFS SALE
Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to
a wnit of executlron heretofore issued
out of thea Crrcult Court. Semtnole
Countyrv Florida Case, Nao 08-C.
.38 '9- Ust on Septe"* m** 15 200P
& Constance J Hfobb~s. his wife
Plaintifs vs L~awrence Porteriseld
& Mlanlyn M Ported~leld. Mrs wife.


defendants. 1, Jerry Whitehead, As
Sheriff of Union County, Florida, have
levied upon all the right, title and
interest of the defendants) Lawrence
& Marilyn M. Porterfield, to-wit:
Township 4 South, Range 19 East.
Section 31: N Va of S '/ of NW % of
NE % of Union County less Parcel
"A" conveyed to John A. Porterfeld
and Beverly Porterfield on February
24, 1999 as recorded In book 146
page 243 subsequently conveyed to
Ibanez Investment Group on July 19.
2004 as recorded in book 208 page
631.
Parcel "A" is described as follows:
Commence at the northwest corner
of the N Ya of S W of NW~ W of NE %,
section 31 Township 4 south, Range
:19 East, Union County, Florida and
run thence N 89*31 04" E along
the north line of said N H of S V2 of
NW % of NE %., 688.71 feet to the
point of beginning, thence continue
S89"31'04 E along said north line
209.00 feet, thence S O'57'17"E,
209 00 feet to the point of beginning.
Containing 1.00 acre, more or less.
Together with A 30 foot easement
for ingress and egress described as
follows: A 30 foot strip of land 30
feet to the right of a line described as
follows: begin at the northwest corner
of the N V2 of S 92 of NW %k of NE %.,
section 31 township 4 South, Range
19 east. Union County, Florida and
run thence N 89*31'O4" E along the
north line of said N H of S Hof NW
% of NE %k, 688.71 feet to the point of
termination.
And on November 19, 2009, at
11 00 a.m.. or as soon thereafter as
circumstances permit. I will offer the
above described property for sale
at puble outcry and sell the same,
subject to ALL pior liens, it any, to
thea hi best and bst bidder for CASH
IN H NO. pus Florida State Sales
Tax. if aypp cabe, the proceeds to
be applied as far as may be to the
payment of costs and satisfaction of
the above described executon. In
accordance with the American with
Disabtlities Act. persons needing a
special accommodation to participate
In this proceeding shall contact
the Civil Process ilnit at the Union
County Sheriff's Office not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at
55 West Main Street. Lake Btitler. FL.
32054 Phone # 386-496-2501.
"'" Je Whitehead As Sheriff
OF thion County Florida
By Captain H.M Tomllnson
Deputy Sheriff
10/8 4tchg 10 S-UCT


Attn: Ricky Thompson
P.O. Drawer C
209 N. Thompson St.
Starke, FI 32091
Phone: (904) 964-5027
Fax: (904)966-0584
The owner reserves the right to waive
andy informality or to reject any or all
No bid may be withdrawn for a period
of thirty days after the scheduled
closintime for rece'd6~Ript ~of bids.
EMPLOYER
10/22 2tchg 10/29-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA000622
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST,
JAMES J. WARD, DECEASED, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS.
DEVISEES, GRANTEES.
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES. OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST.
JAMES J. WARD, DECEASED
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
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 SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES. OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action ts>
,fgrqclose anOrt age on the followig
propety in 8 A FORD County^
A PORTION OF THE EAST 1/2 OF
LOT 39, WOOOLAWN, SECTION 14.


LOT49 reading

'Crime and

PUniShment*
For1 readers, the. teenls at
the Brladli~rd C'ounty P'ublic
Lba havet dr~umnied-up a

orI shared the areatest pieces of
fic~tio~n in ourI tinie. Named "L~ot
40I" afterI the T'homas Pynchon
liovetl, they hav:e liklrmed a teen-
aInd-twe:nty~something book club
oriented aroundl "the classics":
mu~st-lruds generally taught
bi high scho I and collegiate
English teachers. T'he intention










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General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
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(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off~ofMain Street)


- Ghost Town and Haunted Trail


SFriday, October 30th
and

Saturday, Octobeir 31st


7:30 PM 10:30 PM
at

'Kirby Farm Lake Butler
(Take Hwy. 231 South Past RMC, then follow signs)

SRIP Only $5.00 for Unlimitedl Entry!

(Children 6 and under: are Free)


pbbr~sored by Kirby and Co. Pharmacy


Visit our website at: www.thespooktrail(.com


pments1 or' guardli iais wvill hav\e to

dlid mentllionl the' impollrtanlCe of

High isk goupss being
en1~couraged~c to seek~ vaccinations
inc~ludec prcgnant omn,
arel~cgisers ofI infantlls less than
si\ mntcllhs ofI age, children and
!lon~g ad~ults betweencl the age <1
'! ;and 2-J.! IC(Peole w\ith chon~lic
illlnesseS bhcl\'nll 25 and 64
!earls ofI arge at risk of flu-rclated
compI1 ~l~icatios, anld heallth care C

Holcllandl said there have been
illnesses in the schools and
physicians hav'e beecn seeing a
number of patients, but because
H I N Ihas bccomn e so~lvidespread,
confir~mation~ tests Tor HINI are
only being r~un oln those: w\ho
become hospitalized. ,
Braliuclrdc hasn't seen as much
infection aIs other colunties, she
saii.
( urenly, the heallth
department"" is out of \iaccine liar
sea~sonial flu. but H-ollandc sarid
therec sho~ukil he mnore of that by
Noiember.~l (Tlherec is a cost thr
these sho~ts.) O)ther providers in
the county ma\ also have the
\aci ncn.
Tlhat andl other updates wvill
like~l\ be f'lasnhed onI the heulth
department s new ellcoiC
sign in StakEe. Holland said
the depa~rtmelntn is related about
the sign. w\hic~h should help
inlalrml the colmmunity and
raise aw\arene~ss of the health
dlepartmecnt's location on UI.S.
301 north of the Rradli~rd Motecl.


C(llilN' I unI ngC is'1 11(1~ also pay in
f72or the c s~ign as wellll as Iirctim

working the encnfo lines
conact the Bradord on



know
T~he Decpartment of` Helt~lh and
Centers for D~isease C'ontrlol h\s
recolmmended tha~t as ~lliais.
.people ivith. respirator y illnecsses
should stay homen fromn w\ork
or school to avoid spre~ading l
infections to, o~thers inl 1Ihe
com mun ity.
Av.oidIcloseconta~ct \ with ole I1'))
who are coughing or other1\\ise
appe'tar ill. A\cid touc~hing~ !(,ur


spread of1 re~spirtr I~~IIllnes.

fu~tigue, po'SSib~l w\ill dJianhen ~

their physician. .

officials sa\, egill so~ur health care c
prove ider andl dliscus~ w\herher to Il


ned o e en n heral ie '

Sinfcinflun ata lirr uses nenl arl


to pe~rsonl.


7`~ c~negrap i ~lilitor

illIhc inaEciat c clin~~r ics ha~lir g
begune at the Bra;I1\dfordarlnd Unio
count healsJ\! c\thnn department for
those most, andSt risk\ f ~or lu and
flu comp Htlctins nhe coing s
a to Winife Holland,~ t health
departments onfediretor mln

p.m.,l TuSdal amornings~a\ s from I1
8,-11 a.m. and Satur~days frocm 9
a.m.-3 p'm.
In Lake Buitl rner the sclinis
areul taknglce a'th their health
dearme t p onTuer sda mrins
6-9 pam. and Silaturas from cli c
(Those winth opriat phlysicians ~I

March. T~he vaccinations are ~
free. paidi for completely b\ t~e
federal govetrnment Thle health
department doesn t haic to~ spend l
any of its ow\n money on the
\accination campaign,
TIhe in-school clinics forI HN I, N
also known as sw\ine flu, w\ill
not be initiated ulntil Nove~mbe~r,
because the country hasn't
received enough of the \ac~cine
yet to go into the schools and
vaccinate students. School heallth
nurses w~il bIe helpi ng coordinate
the vaccimionaon in conju~nc~tin
w\ith the schools,
As Holland said a few\ w\ee~s
ago. vaccination is volulntrnr.and


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Samrlpson City Baptist Church
\\ill host its annual FallI Festival on
Saltulr day, O)ct. 24, from 3-8 p.m.
Children and adults are invited to
.tak~e part in the lun and games,
'ood,1 andl the bo~nfire.

St..Iohln M~issionary Baptist
Chlur~ch on ('.R. 200 B3 in .Lawicy
ins\ ites everyone to its annual
~liaritst D~ay program Sunrdaty. Oct.
~.ls at 4 pnt Speaker will be Bishop

(,04 964I 8436lc or 904 782!-1646.


1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ; 1 . I0 I
II sI I. 11 1 Il lulb~l~ r IIII I~

bCi\ e I he: gueC t piaker 1011I be
Bro. L~ewis Cooper.

Full Gospel Church of Jesus
Christ, located ist Providence, will.
hold a gospel sing featuring L~il'
Johnny and the G;ospel Wonders on
Sunday, Oct. 25, at 4 p.m.

First Baptist Church of Keystone
will hold its annual Fall Festival
on Halloween night. Oct. 31, fromn
6-9) p.m.. and everyone is invited.
F;un boots will have candy f'or
trick-or-treaters, anld there w\ill be
Irce' hot dogs and drinks f'or all.
p'lust a moonwalk. giantr slide and
cakewa\~lk. Tfhe church is located
at~ ~~ ~j~ re ii akrIrv nSR
1). (`115-1~70 o cr
inf'orma~tion.

Bculah Baptist Church cin S.R. 21
inl Green~ ('ave Springs w\ill hold a


.>penIl~ toI a\ll with od. has) rides'
trluck o~r treat.": games, a cakes walk


'I~rue V'ine Mlinistry w\ill host Its
celebraion of20 \cars in ministry


Oct. 21-25. Weeknight services will
begin at 7:30 p.m. On Saturday. Oct..
24. a free community picnic wvill be
held at the Thomas Street Park from
noon-3 p.m. Sunday services will
begin at 8:30 and I I a.m. Pastors
from the Bradford County area will
be honored. Love gifts will be given
away during each service. f~he
church is located at 422 N. Saint
Clai St. For more ino ation.

Believers' Harvest TIime
Ministries annual yard sale will
tfcature a barn overflowing with
items like furniture, appliances.
tools. jewelry and more. All
proceeds go to the India missions
fund. The yard sale can be found
in rsandosn inithe back field at 06

n'Ih. ale rnns Nov 54 funnd ay

E-mail rthe details ofyourt
conlgregation's u pcominrg specil.1
events to editor@ brcelegraph .com,.
DEA DLINE IS MONDA Y AT
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(,ct ;I2- Not\ 11 Prices arc 910-



Iil nue~ lcL~ Iplnm


.1I j;lcrl~ more l nf rmat on, leas
.; ",,t' c ""II "c no avana~


James Rowe


Rowe seeks

Lawtey
council seat
Tne floig is an,
announcemer n of` inrt j ttc, r
nrlfrpuh offic -lhittl
by the candidate.
My name is James L,. Ro ce. I
idve in Lawtry.voMy eviine, I or
for 25 years. We both attended

RMa edoi Esrheo Willl Hpist
Church in te U.. Navy. I sen\ ed
with the 631s' of Starke. I served
as aap a Communit n
College for a while. I retired
oacson ile a a cnuto aftei
30 years.
I am asking for your vote Dcc.
I and will work for all.


Sales net car for McDavid

Katie McDavid of Brooker, an independent sales director
for Mary Kay Cosmetics, is on the road to success. She
earned the use of a new Chevy Equinox crossover as a
result of her outstanding achievements in operating her
business. The Career Car program is one of the ways Mary
Kay provides both business opportunities and Incentives
to the women it employs. Since 1969, more than 120.ooo
sales force members have qualified or requalified for use
of a Mary K~ay car, and more than 6,000 such cars are
currently on the road. The cars serve as a visible symbol
of success, said Gary Jinks, Mary Kay Inc. senior vice
president of sales. McDaviid took delivery of her vehicle
at Beck Chevrolet of Starke. She began her Mary Kay
business as an independent beauty consultant in 2000
and, as a direct result of her accomplishments, became
an independent sales director in 2001. As an independent
sales director, she chooses to provide education, leadership
and motivation to other Mary Kay consultants and provide
products to customers.


350 SW Main Blvd..Lake City, FL 32025
3882 W US Hwy 90, Lake City, FL 32055
Telephone 386.754.0002
www.psb.biz Member FDIC


H1N1 vaccination clinics up and running
A
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Shoot benefits

School
Hrst ('hristia~n C'hurch wvill

\\ill b t~cl Bradfo~crd Sportsma~n's

beniti Starke C'hristian Sc~hol.
I how~ intecreted~~ in participating


I he c/~s 1( iht> hot is $80 Ixr
personat \\hic~hinc~ludes the shoo~t.
she1Ialls adlunc~h


KH Woman's

Club making


TiRED of' AZLL T HE PENALTif5?


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UC observes Red Ribbon Week


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pictured) Solomon Jones, Kendal Stainaker, Paden Clyatt, EUi Rogers, John Dekie,
Shands Howard, BLake Bass, Cameron Bridgman, Marvin Davis, Evan Hall, Ke'andre
Young; Byron Harvey, James Rogers, Skyler Shatto, Hunter Radford, Wesley
Richardson, Dy~lan Schaffer, Travis Irwin, Jonathan Nazworth, Jake Worthington,
Willie Fin~dley, assistant coaches Shane Perez, Curtis Clyatt, Tyler Stone and head
coach J'ason Stainaker. Not pictured is Landen Jackson.
BELOW: The 2009 Union County Tiny Mites cheerleaders are (front row, I-r) Reghan
Dukes, Laura Park, Ashli Worrell, Kyla Boney, McKenzie Clemons, Harley Seay, Lily
French, Emily Lennon, (middle, I-r) Randa Goodwin, B~rooklyn Williams, Makayla
Thomas, Kendahl Green, Kelly Denson, Victoria Park, Caltlyn Smith (back, I-r)
team mom Bianca French, head coach Ashley Clemons and assistant coach Lacey
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to~ sulPport this endeni\or by
participation in~ us man~ of the
acti\ ities as possible," Coburn.
TIhe theme this lea~r is "Rea~l
Heroecs are Drug~-Free." All of '
the ;util ities andl entlls ofI Ihe
week~ ar-ccnter~ed around this
the~me,-\\ilh a\ diffecc~re nt res-
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Union ('ount\ schools \\ill
ce~lebrate Redl Ribon Week.
This is a time each lear the
schools set side to pro~mole
health_\ sad drug-free lifetst) les
to Union C'ounty. studecnts. TIhe
weekl is dedcicatedc to, effotrts to
edtuca~te studecnts aboat drugs
:and pro~mote pn\cention of
substance abuse.
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thank you to everyone who has supported
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8700 7f Carrlial
October 24th at 5:00 pm
Parade at 4:30 pm ,


Corne and join~ us for a great night. Your children
will love our parade where they get all the free
candy they wan~t. Then walk to our school to start
enjoying our booths' and sit down for a homue
cooked meal and great sweets. Don't forget to play
a few games of Bingo and take a stroll down our
cake walk.


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Spirit Week at
Bradford High
Agn~lu mal all know~. the past
week~ \as S irit W'eek fo~r all
students \\ho attend Bradford
High School. Students did their
best to dress up and have fun
on themed days that included
Decade Day', Team Day, Nerd
D~ay, Hawaiian Day and Spirit
Day Studentshdressdu r it o
they wvere just getting into the
school spirit! Even some of the
teac es partici ated.htte
homecoming parade. Everyone


Bradford
D'emoc rats
meet Monday
The Bradford County
Democratic ExecutiveCom mittee
wvill meet Monday. Oct. 26,
at 7 p.m. in the boardroom of
the ~Andrews Center. On the
agenda are reports of the Florida
Democratic Conference. All
interested Democrats are invited ,
to attend.
Bradford D~emocrats have
adopted the C.R. 18 between
U.S. 301 and S.R. 227. Members
and other Democrats will be

Sa d 1amabe 4E meb~ear
are asked to continue to bring
nonperishable items for the'food
pantry and aluminum cans for
recycling.
For further information about
being a precinct representative
or about the D>EC, contact DEC
CIhair .ludy Becker at 904-782-
3.502, or visit thle DEC Web site
att bradfoirdcountydemocrats.org-

Celebrate '
20 years
with ~LAM
'Ihe Lake Area Ministries
F~ood P'antry invites you to its
20th birthday celebration this
Saturday, O)ct. 24, from 11 a.m.-3
p.m. at Keysto~ne Heights Beach
and Natural P'ark--a fun and free
event focr the entire family.
In addition to a chicken an
rice lunch, there wvill be four live
ha;ndls, birthday ca ke, clowvns, the
Key stone Kops, houlnce houses
andc a slide, po~pcorn, balloons,


hard on
theirclass
floats.
That E
same
night, the Tornadoes shelved
their best and beat P.K. Younge
oeae gladd t ave awe\sonme
students at Bradford that can
1a er Ium and show their school
Submritted witjh photos by
Ashley FanningS.


volleyball, live animals and a
bake sale.
Donations will be accepted at
the door and proceeds will be
used to assist LAM's mission to
feed the hungry.


We also build &~ install
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

Notice is hereby given that the 2009 Certified Tax Rolls have beca delivered by the Property
Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls are open for collection for all- Real Estate, Special
A sesment, Tangible and Railroad Taxes for Bradford County, SRWMD, SJRWMD, Starke,
L wey, Hampton and Braooker as of November 1. 2009 in the office of the T\ax Collector,
Bradford County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave. Suite B. Starke, FL Telephone: 904-966-6246.
Office hours: Monday through Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Bradford County Courthouse
Officials Watson Center Branch Office at 41150 SE SR 21, Keystone Heights, FL Telephone: 352-
473-4229. Office hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, except legal holidays.

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-2 Pencil This In

,: I I' \. By: DarbyAnn Roberts and Margaret Walker


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


Becoming a high
school senior gives a
student a sense of vic-
tory~. They won, being a
senior means they made
it through the underclass
challenge.
However, being a sen-
i0( 81So comes with a
cost. High school stu-
dents spend an enor-
mous amount of money
on things such as Home-
co ming ,Pro m, club s,
sports, and tests like the
ACT and SAT.
In addition to these av-
erage expenses, a sen-
ior has to pay for senior
dues, senior pictures,
cap and gown, college
application fees, grad
announcements, Grad
Bash, and the attire for
special occasions.
No matter what, the


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


KHM ;.Band prepares to erm before a football game at their homefiel.

Band Takes The Beatles By I
f. By: Brittany Butler & Lesie Elle~good
Ort Monday, Septem- ninth and tenth graders perfected
'ber ?8, the band arrived with very few veterans. 7, when
on -the field of Orange There is one senior this Fleming I
Park High School for the year, David Butler, a four (Florida
`2009 Pre-Fest. The Sen- year French horn player Associatic
ior High Band was the and the band's Master at FBA is ;
first to perform just as Arms. He said, "For a iing bane
the sun was beginning to band that's really young, that the i
set. The last of the sun- student wise, we're ward to e
light was gleaming doing really well." asked soi
across their instruments Most band members bers if th
as drum thajor, Kenneth liked "Magical Mystery ready by
Brantley, began the Bea- Tout/A Hard Day's Night" we'll be
ties marching show that the best, whether it's be- ready," s
the band has been work- cause of a low brass ford. It's
ing so hard on. solo led mainly by Josh lot of woi
The band performed Lemieux or if it is be-' get throu!
"Magical Mystery Tour/A cause of the step-touch perfect th
Hard Day's Night" and moves that the entire but the
"Yesterday". After ask- band has to do that Matt has been
ing a few members of Bertotto, 'a ninth grade confident
the band about how the bass drummer, enjoys hopefully
band was corning along the most. David Butler this year,
so far, some members stated that he enjoys the Th
said that it was doing fast tempo of the song small with
well. "Better then I and its fast pace. Jes- thirty bane
:thought it would," said sica Sm~ith, a ninth grade they havt
Josh Mefford, a tenth flutist, believes that the !their worE
grade baritone player. song is rnuch easier to member
Qi~t Lbetetter.thaeifiasis play tihan"Y,~ este rday~"~ like the-
yjear," commented Josh The band is also doing e~
iLemieux, a ninth grade adding "Hey Jude" to and Th
trombone player. their show. The band is school, th
Most of the band this working hard to get all than read
year is composed of three drills finished and and win a

Senior Girls Collect


Sby November
they travel to
Island for FBA
Band masters'
on).
a major rriarch.
d competition
band looks for-
3very year. We
me band mem-
e band will be
then. "I think
more that
aid Josh Mef-
going to take a
rk and spirit to
gh the weeks to
ese three drills,
way the band
Showing their
ce, they will
get "superiors"

e band is quite
approximately
d members, but
e much faith in
k. If every band
pulls together
y have be~n
very Tuesday
iursday after
rey will be more
ly to hit the field
Trophy.


By' A~llson Alsup
Science Department to
develop a better alloy for
the use in a turbine en-
gine. Bowen worked in
the Aerospace Depart-
ment on space satellites.
Every day, the stu-
dents would attend a lec-
ture from 8 to 9:30 am.
Afterwards they would
work in labs on their sub-
( ct .uiiir #1Sr th4
evenings they would at-
tend another lecture and
return to their dorms at 9
pm. On Tuesdays and
Thursday, Bowen at-
tended an honors semi-
nar, where he took a
class on cancer studies.
G~albraith also attended
an honors seminar on
stem cell research.
Staying in the dorms
was an exciting experi-
ence for both of .the
boys. "It allowed me to
interact with like-minded
people who were' all very
nice and helpful," said
Galbraith. Bowen added,
"It was fun being inde-
pendent and having
roommates was great."


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


Attending school dur-
ing the summer is not
something that most stu-
dents would be thinking
about. However, -for
seniors Matthew Gal-
braith and Tim Bowen
spending seven weeks
at The University of
Florida's Student Sci-
ence Training Program
.was thy qfbr ll thiing .b441
their minds.
Instead of spending
their summer at home,
Galbraith and Bowen
wanted to continue
learning. "I wanted to do
something meaningful
during the summer and
learn how difficult col-
lege is Bowen said,
Galbraith agreed, "I
wanted to learn more
about the many sides of
science and get a real
college experience "
At the camp, Galbraith
and Bowen worked
under researchers and
assisted graduate stu-
dents on different sci-
ence subjects. Galbraith
worked in the Materials


for Christmas Boxes
By: Nicole Benafield & Emily Dooley


For Chnistmas the Sen-
ior Girls Club is granting
wishes.Operation Christ-
mas Child has turned the
Senior Girls into Santa's
little helpers, working to-
gether to collect dona-
tions. They are making
a list and checking it
twice. These gifts for
children ages 2-14 will
be sent around the world
mm ens a iit er' r hrist-
These boxes will be
filled with toys, school
supplies, and hygiene
items. Socks, clothes,
and other stocking


stuffers may also be en-
closed.
By putting together a
box of your own or even
just gathering small
items (e.g. stuffed ani-
mals, coloring books,
toothpaste, hard candy,
'and hair clips) and/or en-
closing $7 to cover the
shipping fee, you too can
become one of Santa's
little helper nt do ae

items that are military
related, used or dam-
aged, liquids or lotions,
~breakable items, or
fodds that melt. It's as


simple as dropping your
box or donations off at
KHHS' front office.
Senta's deadline is Fri-
day, November 1 3th.
ToYS
small cars, balls. dolls *
stuffed animals
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
penS. pencils and sharpener'
crayons or markers, coloring
books!
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soap tin a plsti bg).
OTHER
Hard candy and lollipops'

watches, flashlights


By: Mlorgan Boottcher & Kaltiln


Sokol
make the attendees feel
welcome. Volur~ieers will
be needed to set up
tents, take them down,
gate attendance, ticket
booth, children's areas,
Setting zoo,e'tc.
For more information
on the date and signing'
up visit www. nefl
games .comvolun -
teers needed.html
If it is God's work you
want to do, In His Wakes
is for you. Although other
church duties are not
considered community
service, this is the ex-
ception.
For more information'
on community service
projects, contact the
KHHS guidance office.


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


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


Ind ia nM om s
By: Cindy Pridgen &* Karen Taylor


. Math .teacher, Cindy
Loose i~s not currently an
Indian rflom" but has
been in the pa-st. "I think
it's ag g~R!~gisrqgra that
should be carried over to
other~ yp ad activi-
ties she commented.
Senior football player,
Jonathan Stanley is
proud to have computer
teachers Connie Myrick
as his "mom "She moti-
vates me to prepare for
college, and I also enjoy
the snacks she gives
.me", Stanley said.


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


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


K HHS Smoke Signals
Page 10A LAKE REGION MONITOR October 22, 2009


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Summer Scie nce


What Students N~eed to Know





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The Keystone Heights IRotar~y C'lub is sponsoring a car
shoty Saturday, Oct. 24. from 10 a\.m. to 2 p.m. next to
Advance Auto Parts on S.R. 2 1 in Keystone.
Trqphics will be given for the best car, best truck,
best m'otorocycle and crowd favorite. Entry fee is
S$10. Contact Brian Willis at (3.52) 47854185 for early
n-~ .:ms. registration and more details.




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475-2129*' 8702 SR 21 Melrose (1- /4 mi. N. of traffic light)
.Pltacher: Gene Mprpa Bibl Shtdy: Sunday 9 AM( Warshp Sersketo1 a a pm
adies' Bible Study: Fri.3:00 PM*hMd-weekBibi Study: Wed. 7:30 PM
BiMc`mcrta .Whn Chdus came again. who wil ris Cirs and
whqty ~will we iriect the Lordl
B~ible Aiswetr r i 1 Thessalonians 4L:16- 18 For the Lord Himself will
descetnd'from lieavest with ashout, with a voice of an archangel, and
with the nrumpect of God. And the dead in Christ will risc Iirst. Then we
who are alive atthemain shall be caught up together with them in the
:clouds to meet the L~ori in the ain And thus we shall always he with the
SLord. Therefore comfort one another with these words.


Presents For Pets Support
O`Ifo Shelter Animals
Loving ~Hahnds Pet Sitting and The. National
-AsSo0Cation of Professional Pet Sitters -in
conjunction with the Humane Society of the United
`States will Sponsor their annual collection drive to
.benefit shelter animals.
20Q09 donations wil/bteneftthe SPCA of Gainesville Rescue Group.
Abedond helter pet need yu ep
.~You Canpro~vide hr hleir safelyand comfortbydoag
Dog & Cat Toays, Adult & Kitten/Puppy Food (dry & can). Cat Litter,
Bowls, B8lanketsff~owels/Sheets/Bedding, Cardboard Stracthers, Lte
BoeCash Donations (for medical care)
Natiornal Animal Shelter Arreciation Week Nov. 1-7, 2000
prodsoft' locations: SnnQkernimal Hospital, The Comerr
Lke~ AredF An~imil HS/~ (Mte/mse & Hawthome), o
t. ake Area Gmoaming aln For more information on donating or
schedule a~ pick up please call 352-4734174 gr 352-359-0575.


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TIhe Melr<2e F~armer's
Market opened two weeks
ago, with-by one count--36
vendors and a reported crowd
of more than 200( shoppers on
its first day out.
'There were vendors selling
fertile eggs and honey. There
.were a fair nuniiber of crafts
vendors and a few selling-
priepared foods like canned
vegetables or freshly made
bread. Rhonda the goat soap
lady was also on hand. Shady

datil sauce, a cross between
barbecue sauce and salsa.
Among the vendors was
market organizer Ed Sherwood,
of Ochwilla Hill Farm, who was
selling: a variety of sometimes
esoteric plant products like
luffah gourds and Caribbean
cranberries, mildly tart seed
pods of a thing that looked
a bit like the tip of a purple
artichoke.
Sherwood said he had several
goals` for the Melrose market,
the main one being that he
wanted a market free of resale
vendors. That is, vendors who
buy products at large wholesale
markets and nesell the produce
much as a supermarket does.
"All of the stuff you see
here," Sherwtxx said, "was
gm ~n o ad wihi abo t
\ane aoun rke t wheed Ita
their goods. It's a better w\ay."
Perhaps, but it is limiting. As
winter comes on, the number of
farmers market items available
from local farms is bound to
dwindle-
"I thinkw\e should learn to eat
seasonally again." Sherwe x
said. "To~cmalrtos don't grow
here in the middle of winter."
Also on hand was Jamres
Steele, ow\\ner of the herb
greenhouses outsideaf Meir~se.
Steele features and ocKcasionally
sdils everything nrom patchouli
to thy me tor bassi to peppermint.
He supplies fresh herbs~and
spices to the kitchen at the
Blue Water Bay Restaurant in


during school hours. Tickets
will also be available at the
gate for $.5.
Due to the current economic
concerns, fireworks will not be
included that evening.
Friday, Nov. 137, will be
the highlight of homecoming
week when the Indians take
on the Interlachen Rams. The
game begins at 7:370 p.m. The
half time show will include the
presentation of the homecoming
court and the coronation of the
2009 homecoming king and
queen.
T~he festiv'ities will continue
Saturday, Nov. 14,. with the
homecoming dance in the
KHHS cafeteria


KHHS homecoming 2009
event plans are `uri~~nderway The
weekk of Nov: 9 promises ~to
bring a variety of activitiess :
for. t~he school as well as- the
community .of Keystone :
1-leirghts. .
The theme for .this yegr's
homecoming is tRggck;. ~the
.R'8ms." Thie theme was chosen
b-ty t~e Student Council.
'Pow Wdiv, the tradlitiotri
ho'im~ecoming. :-kp r~adly: :s
scheduled f or Thursday,
Nov. 12, at 6;30 p~m. The
event will feature skits by
various classes ..anid chibs as
well as performances by the
varsity cheerleaders, Senior
Sweethearts, junior. Sqoad


cheerleaders, and .the Glance
team,
The: evening will be
: co~inpleted ivithr the presentation
of the 2009 homecoming court
cdmprised of representatives
.fromithe freshmen, sophomore
arid-junior classes. The senior
.ciiass :representatives,. who are
~:all` candidates for homecoming
q.I cueen ri'd homecoming: king,
~ ,will also be recoginized,
Ti`~ckets iarediscounted to $4
i:~f pre-purchased at the school.
Pre-sold Poiv Wow tickets will
be available the week before
Poly .Wow; and Monday-
Tuesday, Nov; 9-10 (Nov. 11
is Viiterans Day) and the day of
Pow Wow, Thursday, Nov. 12,


Casey Whitford sells farm and free-range seafood
products at the Meirose Farmers Market. The market is
now open each Friday from 4-7 p.m.


Melrose. Once or twice a year
he holds an open house with
vendors selling their related
wares. Usually, a cooking
dcosmail is included

St eal hefs wilt he Ia run s
market. His greenhouse keeps
very irregular hours and is not
a place you drop by at will to
pick up a little fresh basil.
Walton and Virginia
Smith were selling shiitake
mushrooms .
"I cut them- myself, just this
mourning." Smith said. The
Smiths grow the mushrooms on
a ing on Sherwood's farm. At
the armer's market their entire
hatch of fresh mushrooms was
gone by 6 p.m. A number of
vendors sorld out early. Smith
said
Nearby w\as C`asey Whitford
from Theressa. who was selling
both frpe range and farm-raised
seafoods. Whitford had two


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


Amnest'is'"" is open to
<'a Count resudentsol and
Absolultly: no commerical
wastes w\ill be accepted. For
more information, call (3152)
473-371 I or (904) 284-6S374
and speak to Jamey Wilkes.



KH HS reunion

planned
A reunion for KHHS classes
is being planned for Saturday'
Nov. 14'
Classes from 1976i to 1980
are invited to attend. The event
will be held at the Keyslone
Heights Lions Club at 915
Orchid Ave. tickets are $15
per person in advance. and $20
at the door. An RSVP by Nov.
I is requested.
Call Joamer Miller Payton at
(3S2) 473-7410 for more.


Amnesty day
set for Clay

The ~. ClaX y County
Commission, the Department
of Environmental Services and
;th~e city pf Keystone Heights
are cooperating to provide a
household~ hazardous waste
anid electronics amnesty day
That is open to all Clay County
citizens.
---Residents. pre-askedilo brinS
all household hazardous wastes.
including paint, pesticides,
pool chemicals, oil, antifreeze.
drain cleaner and paint thinner,
to the Clay County Health
Depgrtrirent in: Keystone
HeightS on Saturday, Nov. 14.
(som 8 a.m. to noon.
Electronic ;wastes will
`also be~ accepted, including,
'computers, monitors, printers.
scanners, keyboards, modems.
cables, cell phones, pagers and


Le~d~i202
seeks items
fof Sale -
The ladies of the American
Legion Auxiliary Post 202' in
Keystone Heights are now
seeking gently used, donated
items. The~ stems will be ~sold
during the auxiliary's second
annual Christmas rummage
sale on Fridays and Saturdays,
Nov. 6-7, and Dec. 4-5.
Proceeds Ftom thw'ie:aledill ~
buy Christmas gifts for local
families in need.
Sandwiches wjth French
fries and a bake ~sale will also
be. featured.
-Last year, the aulxiliaryv raised
enough funds to buy Christmas
gifis for 32peOople. Clothes
remaining after the sale ivere
donated to the FirSt :Baptist
Church's recycle shop.
To contribute clothing, toys or
other household items to the
effort, call Ann Horner (352)
473-6642' or Doris Danson
i9 f),~F~Camre seto


Mlaunted Hike
planned at
Gold Hea
Gold Head 'jssociateg ~Says
"'Be prepared to bez scared." The
group's October full mpq.n bike
,will be haunted sind held on
Halloween night. Brave hikers .
Should meet at the picqis. area
o-f the patrt at 6:30 .gm. Thle'
hike is approxiifiiltely tby quileg
lo'ng the Ravine ITraiil 'andin~to
the Flojrida Trail by moonlight.
Bring buig mepellent and wear
Sappropriate hiking shoes. Only
foot traffic is-allowed. No pels
or baby strollers.
Snacks .and drinks wvill be i
available. beforqi and after tihe'
hike; Hikers. gre encqurage: t0 :
come early tosign,in; the gate '
closes at dark. The entljy 7ee to
gteint the pslrk is $5 per car.
Th ie is free

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\IlrlLEFT: The juniors selected Colt Bennett as their class prince and Cheyenne Tempest
.` as princess. ABOVE, LEFT: Ryan Perez was chosen as the sophomore class prince
along with Grace Perez as class princess. ABOVE, RIGHT: Freshman prince Dylan
/ Allen and princess Caitlin Shealy.


C tn~ue fro mL.1A

2006., Southwelll \\a~s intel ~
as freshman p~rinlcess. Aftcr

radio~logic t~c~hnician.
lear-old daughter orf Ta~ina
Reitnalds o~f Lake B~utler and c
Trav~is Reyno~lds of Har~ley\, (i~.
She is aIn active Imember of
the FFA and wa\'s a mmcnber of `
the Fu~ttiret Business Lecaders s
of America for1 three years,
Reynolds was a cheerleader
during her .freshman y'ear and
captain of the squad during ~
her sophomore yecar. She has
also been on the tennis team
all four yea`r~s of high school.
Reyod is ora en llde a
and expects to graduate front
high school with her associate's
degree in hand. She plans to
pursue a degree in Psy chologs
Ce rae Foida r 11e lie si 1
of North Florida.
King contestantS
Za c hair y

Starrling is t .

andsn ofR cy7v n-Shelly <. .
Starling of
Lake Butler. '
He is a
member of the FF;A and Future
Business Leaders of America
where, during his sophomnore
year, Starling received second
place in the district desktop
publishing competition.
Throughout his high school
career, Starling has participated
in various sports to include
I eighhtlift ng for thre va '
and track during his freshman
anad sapo moe \ats ad tie
championship basketball team




BUR GL E*
Continued from p. 1A

Country Jail on Oct. 13.
According to Inv.estigator
Kevin Mueller, Hildebran has
been tied to the burlgaries
of nine different residences.
He allegedly stole the truckr
and three dirt bikes from the
residences, as wvell as liveo .22-
caliber rifles, one .38-caliber
pistol, multiple GPS systems,
XM radios, flashlights, and
numerous other items..
Investigator Mueller also
said Hildebran has now been
tied to two additional ~motor
vehicle thefts that occurred
approximately two months
ago.
Hildebran was booked on
three counts of grand theft
auto, two counts of grand theft,
two counts of armed burglary,.
one count of burglary of a
conveyance, and one count of
attempting to conspire.
Investigator Mueller said two
more counts of grand theft auto
are pending in relation to the
two additional motor vehicle
thefts Hildebran has been tied
to.
Total bond on the charges was
set at $110,000 and Hildebrnn
remained in the Bradford
County Jail as of press time.




BATT ER:
Continued from p. 1A

stated that once inside, the
juvenile choked her and struck
her and then attempted to
sexually batter her. The victim
fought back and leas able to
prevent the sexual battery. The
juvenile then fled from the
residence.
Capt. Warren said
investigators developed a
suspect and were able to make
positive identification of the
juvenile. After the positive
identification was made, the
juvenile wans interviewed
and allegedly admitted to the
charges.
Ftor a 13-year-old juvenile
to commit such an act against
a person, securie in their ow\n
residence, Iam proud of' my
investigators for stopping
him now, before he took that
additional step into something
even more violent," said SPD


Chief .lerffJohnson.
"Most improt~antly, the
innocent, unsuspectingl victim
wvas not seriously hurt, and she
knows the suspect has been
apprehended," he sitid.


A good book is rthe precious
life-blood of rthe master
spirit, embalm~ed and
treasured upon purpose for
a life beyond.
John Milton


Page 12A TIMES Oct. 22, 2000


I (


his junior year. Starl ing was also
\tdiuln o t las pin He i

aInd upon'I grad~uatio~n, plans to
('ttep ~ nd Luke Cit csiy Comuit

College a~nd te Universit ofl~k
Nourthl Hond wllhereI he wII llbC


lI the hligh school football team
forI the p~ast four years and the
baseball tealm fo~r twvo years. He
Ints also been actively involved
in the FFA, Future Business
L~eaders of America, Beta
('lub and is a student council
member,
Robert Dale Jarvis II is the
17-year-old son of Marlena and
abs a emer of th h utlerho~oe
business academy and has been
an active member of the Drama
Club and the Future Business
Lea~ders of America for all four
of his high school years. Jarvis
is on the dance and drama team
at his church, Christ Central
Ministries in Lake Butler,
ivhete~ he also serves as the
praise and worship leader.
Ulpon graduation, he plans to
pursue a business degree at
San a *rtl Cjr~riatnl Casonr is
the 17-\ear-old son of Scott
and C'indy' Cason of Lake
Butlerl. C'ason attends Sardis
Baptist C'hurch in Worthington
Springs. He w\as on the junior
varsity~ baseball team during
his freshman year and has
played on the varsity team his
sophomore, junior and senior
\ears, He w\as named as the
Honorable Mention Pitcher
of the Year in the Gainesville
Sun during his junior year. He
has also played on the golf
team and been a member of
the FF;A his entire high school
career. After graduation, Cason
plans to attend college while
pursuing his baseball career at
the next level.




spec at issue on

homecoming

Ize~~-~t zlrk


Purchase a ticket at Richard
o. vlillis Contracting, located
at 190 W. Main St. or Maines
Insurance locatedl at 25 Main
St. Tickets will also be sold
during the UC(HS homecoming
game on Oct. 23.


MaSOns to

Offer free

Child IDs
As part of' the Masonic
Child identification Program,
the 10th Masonic D~istrnct w ill
make free child identification
kits on Saturda\. No\. 7, from
9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Mlasonic
lat~ge in Latke Butle~r. All of


the identification materials are
given to parents or guardians
to store in case they are ever
needed by police.


VFW regular

monthly

meeting

dates
he regular monthly
meetings of the Larke Butler
VFW Post #10082 are as
followvs: the men's auxiliary
meets on the first Monday of
each month, the ladies auxiliary
meets on the second Mondav of


every~ month and the veterans
meeting is held ever) frst
T~uesday of the month. Bange,
is every T~htrsday e\ening at 7
p.m. Tlhe district VFW meeting
\\ill take place on No\. 14. F-or
more infocrmation.please call
(386) 496-3263.


Library

board meets
Oct; 26
The Union Conunt\ Public
Library Board w\ill meet on
Moniday, Oct. 26. at 5 p.m. at
the i brary. T~he meeti ng i s open
to the public.


Wo man 's

Club



tree d ra wine
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will again hold a drawving
for a pre-lit, 7.5-foot Sene~ca
Spruce Christmas tree. The
tree will be fully deccorat~d
w~ith an angel theme. Ptweeccds
will benefit the Ministerial
Association and the woman's
clubhouse renovation project.
Tickets are $2 each and may be
purchased from any woman's
club member. You can also


school by .Thursday,. Oct. 22.
Homecoming is the busiest
day. of the year and for this
reason, students w\ill not be
permitted to use the phones
fo~r last-minute permission.
Parents.z please do not, CallI the
schools on Fridal to request that
students be dismissed e~ariv. If
\ou did not fili out the required
f'orm and need your child from
school on this daygl ou must go
to school s office to sign them
olut. Without the proper form,
no student ivill be released
w\ithout proper identification
and y'our name listed on the
student's emergyency; card.


If \our child is participating
in the parade through a school-
related group (L~e. high school
band ).a n off-c~amrpu sperm mission
form should already he on
file and no~ other papcrw\ork
is re~quired. T~his du\ is alsot
an earl\ re'lea;Se-day. Students
\\ill be dismissed to the buses
shortly! after the parade ends.
If 100u hale am! questions or
concerns. please contact either
Lake Butler Ele~mentari School
at (386) 496-3(M7. Lake Butler
Middle Schoo~l at (386) 496-
3046 or Uinion County- Hig~h
School at (386) 496-3(MO.


homecoming parade on
Oct. 23
For partic~ipation in the
homecocming pa~rade on Fridah .
Octr. 23. man,\ pa~lrents planr io
base Iheir childl checked~ out

foocttalll or cheeric~rtading! coaic~h)
sor the studecnts rcan Ex* kept

Sc~hool. I~Lak I tlre hln 117
Sc~hool andJ Union C o~unt.1 High
School studernts we~r e ilen
Ixennission fo~rms ea;rlicr this
\\eek that weL're to be signed
bi a Parnt al~nd res~ume~d to the


THE NUMBER OF HOURS OUR EMPLOYEES DEVOTED
TO COMMUNITY SERVICE LAST YEAR.


When you take a look behind the n~umbers at Mercantile
Bank, you'll find a commitment to commnunity service
at the heart of everything~we don.i In fct, our emiployeer s
dlonated over 20,000 hours of their iimc last yea~r to
community organizations. Brcaurse whenll thc cities andt
towns we're in succeedl, so, do we. Wc'rel MeCanI.;MIC '\le ak.


Mercantile Bank Is a division, of Carolina~ FIlrst Hlnk. Mclmtwt I I KI


Underclass royalty selected also


MOR E*
Continued from p. 1A

game on Friday).Oct~. 3.agaiinst
Ihe Tavlvr (jTnl irtredJ gs

ea H un c p rLhasycc I
For more inrrrmul o.r. con ,, c~
either Jae~lyn Steversrsn att (386)
496-4894 or C'ind\ Maddlo\ at

Prot0COl for dismissing
Students early for









Section B: Thursday, Oct. 22, 2009




Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Cooney family shares travel experiences at library fundraiser


~YBia


BY CLIFF SM ELLEY
Teilegyraph Sl~taffWr~iter
Mike and C'atrell Conone'.
Anid their three sons, arre back
home and close to their family
and friends in Bradford
Couunty', butr the family, despite
logging more' than 61,000
miles during a yearlong trip.
see~ms -to have no plans of
remaining settled m the States
f lng.
Catrell said it is good to be
home after traveling to more
than 20 countries, but said she
and Mike are eager to go Back
out mnto the w\orld.toebak
and see family, but anxious to.
as soon as we can, go again,"
Catrell said. "Once you get
that traveling bug in you, it's
hard to get it out.,,
Perhaps Mike, Catrell and
sons Morgan, Zach and
\He tur nout it te orl adsa
be bitten by that traveling, bug
when they made an appearance
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club on Oct. 12. The family
showed pictures of their trip
and answered any questions
during an event sponsored by
the Altrusa Club of Starke and
Bradford County's Friends of
the Library that raised more
tharf $1,600-for~ the Bradford
County Public Library.
An amount of $1,000'
scored tothe 1655 mil o
Mike said one would get if $1
bills were laid end to end to
cover the total distance the
Cooneys traveled--61,669
miles (not including walking
and hiking)-
The trip was broken up into
Stwo legs. The first took the
family to Central America and
South America, while they
visited southern Africa,
southeastern Asia. Australia,
New Zealand and Fiji.
Mike abd Catrell sold all
their material possessions to
make possible a trip designed
to give their sons real-world
experiences before they went


Den mar k bi

Sears back



Saturday, Oct. 24
BY HEATHER JENNINGS
Special to the Telegraph
They say life comes full
.circle. That couldn't be truer
foi- Jo Clark.
Clark's very first job upon
coming to Starke was at the
now-defunct Sears Catalog
Store once owned by Bish and
Wanda Bishop. She spent
more than six years working as
a salesperson there.
Now, after 17 years at
Denmark Furniture, Clark once
again finds herself working for
Sears. This time, however, it's
as store manager for the new
Sears Hometown Store
recently opened by Denmark's
owner, Steve Denmark.
Ironically, some people still
associate Clark with Sears. A
customer walked iln the storg;
just last Wednesday andl asti8 "


Harrison Cooeny (right) chats with Patsy Lawson as
she helps herself to a lunch prepared by Harrison.


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trip was in a part of Australia
for three weeks. Harrison put
those three weeks to good use,
pretty much surfing every day.
He ventured out at first light at
5:45 a.m. and surfed until 9,
when he are breakfast. Then it
was~ blackout to the water until
lunch, followed by more
surfing from 2 p.m. until
dinner.
"For a couple of days, it
was the best waves I've ever
gotten to surf," Harrison said.
Catrell said she wasn't
surprised by her son's devotion
to surfing. When he finds
something he likes, he's
committed to it, she said. What
did surprise her was the fact he
woke up so early.
"He's .typically nota
morning person," she said.
The trip, though, was not all
about surfing or working with
Sn id andstche esrsalias
Zoo. Visiting a village in
Guatemala, for example, to see
how people work and live in
other parts of the world wvas
the kind of thing Mike
envisioned for his so~ns.
"This is what I wanted the
boys to experience," he said.
"This is what we wanted to
experience.- It was a defining
moment because you could see


miugaz~ines."
"I think it was pretty much
thle best thing ive've ever
~do.ne," Morgan said.
Morgan and Zach both said
picking a favorite country they
isited would be-ike pic~kig a
I'avorite family member--they
just couldn't do it. They each
talked of the things they liked
about several countries.
Ilorgan, for example, liked the
landscape of Australia, the
animals of South Africa and
Costa Rica, while Zach said
Costa Rica was the prettiest
.country and Nicaragua had the
best waves for surfing.
Za~ch, like his brother-
enjoyed his animal y'ncolinters
and sightings in South
Africa--the tw\o helped move
lions to a lar er habitat at the
SianWild wi dlife sanctuary
and rehabilitation center, for
rnPle wvhilehebothiage dsd

people- .
"We're still friends w\ith a
lot of people from there,
hlorgan said-
In fact, Morgan- said he
\\ants to go back to Brazil so
he can spend more: time there
and see the many sights their
new~ friends were cager to
showv them. T'he most time the
family spent anywhere on its


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


applreciaingi the expecriences as
muchc as hc hiad hop~ed, but hec
d~iscoveLredl after the trip he \\;ls
w\rong.
"It wasn't until afterward I
overrheard them talking that
realized. 'Yeah, Cthey got it.' It
See TRAVEL, p. 2B


Morgan Cooney
entertains the gathering
by playing a didgeridoo.


off to college. Harrison and
twins Morgan and Zach
expressed their gratitude for
having such an opportunity.
"I felt really fo~rtunate.
obviousiv" Zach said. "I was
extremely happy. It wvas
something my twvo brothers
and I always wvanted tndo."
Harrison said he enjoyed
seeing such sites as Angkor
Wat and Machu Piechu in
person, adding, "It was just so
great to see all the different
cultures and all the different
platces > o see in books andJ


ring s

to Starke



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

See SEARS, p. 2B


="' -~"C~








where he wants to do so,.
"I think nowv I knlow really
where I kind of w\ant to (doxT
it)," Morgan sail. "It wuc~ldtl
probably be C:osta IRica o~rj
Brazil ."
Morgan and his bro~thers
encourage everyone to tgke thejl
opportunity to travel as their~Z
family did.
"I think it's the bes~t thing-
we've ever done," Morgan-
said. "I think anyone can do it.E
All you need is a plane tickets
For an extended period of$
time, you can live a lot cheaper
than you can in the U.S. You
get to learn so much and see so
many cool things that are E
different from here."
"It's such an eye-opening 2
experience just to see all the E
cultures," Harrison said. "It~
changes your viewr because
you just don't knowv what's out
there until you see it."
"It was one of' thle best
experiences I think I could've
had," Zach said.
If you would like to readt
about the Cooneys' trip. \icit
the family's Web site uI
www .cooneyworldadventure .c
om. Family members' blogs of1
their experiences are archivecd
on the site.


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preCSents itself. thcy can take
advantages of1 it. Catlrell said
she andi Mike definitely want
to go back to Mexico and
Brazil as wecll as visit places
they didn't go such as
Colomnbia and Ecuador.
Harrison, Morgan and Zach
all want to continue traveling
as well. They each.spoke of
wanting careers that would
take them to various places.
Harrison, for example, would
like to do some type of
undercover wvork that uncovers
animal cruelty on a global
scale.
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Continued from page lB

dlidn't seem! like it atI the timei,"
Mike said, l

chanugedl the b~oys. Fr
example, thecy ha~ve become
extremely thriftly andi differ so
muchi fromn their friends. Their r
friends have predetermined
plans concerning college,
getting jobs and starting
families, but she saidl Harrison,
Morgan and Zach stiy that
while they, too, will go after
the same things in life, they are
not setting definite courses on
how they're going to do that.
"I'm excited to think they
are thinking out of the box,"
Catrell said. "Their thinking is,
'I.have to get an education, but
it doesn't have to be set in
stone the way I do certain
things."'"
The trip had that kind of
effect on the boys, as well as
on Mike aind Cantrell. Their
way of looking at life and
moving through it has
changed, which is why Mike
laughs when people talk of his
family returning to the United


Employees at
the Sears
Hometown
Store in Starke
include (I-r) Bo
Clark, Jo Clark'
Jane Adams
(foreground)
and Logan
Jdimnson.






can get it. .
"If Sears sells it, we can
have it shipped to the store,
saving the customer any travel
or shipping costs, and helping
us keep it local, Denmark said.
For penmark, it has always
been about keeping it local and
giving back to the community.
Following in the steps of his
family, he has always been
active in community service'
whether serving tirelessly for
the Kiwanis Club of Starke,
raising money for scholarships,
sp0nsoringoth aBradford High
utilizing his talents as an
excellent chef at one function
o~r another. He hopes thle
adlditionl of1 Sears wa'il be at
bllessing to the community he
grew\ up inl and loves.
Denmark and the entire B~lue
Crew\ invite the commrunit\ to
visit the new\ Sears Hometo\n
Store for an offietal grand
opening this Saturday, Oct. 24.
A live radio remote w\ith
WEAG w'ill begin at 10 a.m.
and last until 2 p.m. WEAG
personalities Heather Jennings
and Chuck Kramer will be on

fvornte anrri Carpnt rn g l
perform.
Sears will be giving away
hot dogs and chances to win
numerous Sears gift cards
worth $25 each and one gift
certificate \worth $20. iQ
While the official grand
opening as Saturday, the ew
store is already open seven
days a week. from 9:.30 a~m.
until 7 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m. until 6 p~m. on
Saturday and from noon until
5 p.m. on Sundays.


all grown up with--the names
we trust."
This trust is borne from
experience.
Clark grew up in a home
where her widowed mother
relied on Sears for purchasing
and repairing everything from
refrigerators to roofing, and
even insuring her family.
Remember when Alistate
offices wvere located at Sears?
It's probably safe to say that
most of us have some fond
memories of Sears. Denmark
aowt wn Ja kso vlel wit .
his mother as a child many
times to shop at Sears. He also
fondly remembers receiving a
Sears Wish Book .near
Christmastime every year from
his mother, who told him to
mark the items he wanted.
"For most Americans. Sears
represents a trusted friend; the
place you turn to for the
Important things." Denmark
said. "Now that friend has
come home."
The new store, located next
to Denmark Furniture on
Madison Street, promises to
brn a ne evlo qu lte,
offering the top eight major
appliance brands. These brands
include the classic Sears
Kenmore line in addition to
other brands such as Maytag,
Whirlpool, Amana, Jenn-Air,
Frigidaire, LG, Maytagl,
Kitchen Aid, Bosch. Samsung
and Electrolux. Appliances
include washers and dryers;
ovens, ranges, dishwashers,
refrigerators, freezers and
more, not to mention small
appliances such, as vacuum
cleaners and microwaves.
However, the store's


high-definition televisions
from name brands such as
Panasonic, Sony and Samsung
are available, and, of co~urse,.
nothing says Sears more than
Craftsman tools, hardware and
lawn and garden equipment.
Yoe he findoeveiryt ing f un
water softeners, lawn tractors
~and even outdoor accessories
like gas-powered grills.
In addition, Sears also sells
top-of-the line fitness
equipment such as treadmills
and elliptical machines, plus
small line of automotive
supplies like battery chargers.
All items are -av allable at
Sears 'low price guarantee,
and if it's not in the store they


Continued from page lB

agreement that made both
sides happy. The rest, they say,
is history; or it soon will be.
Speaking of history, both
Sears and Denmark are steeped
in it. The Sears and Denmark
names have each been arouhld
for more than 100 years, and
as Denmark has carried on his
faIle tradition, so wil h

If anyone understands
tradition, it's Deenniark. A
lifelon. Starke resident, he
grew up in the family business
he heads today, and he's
keeping it in the family,
Making Clark manager of
Sears 'as a easydec son
Afe 7ye rs at Denm r'
side, Clark and Denmark have
become like family. The new
store has even given Clark's
husband, Bo, the opportunity
to come out of retirement. Bo,
a former investigator for the
state, has been very
ad rumn of the stome fnam
unloading merchandise and
stocking shelves to
coordinating deliveries and
manning the sales floor.
Also on the sales floor is
Jane Adams. Longtime Starke
residents may know her as
"Dr. Adams' daughter."
Rounding out the Sears Blue
Crew, and pitching in from the
Denmark store, are Otis
Milton, Denmark's wife,
Kitten, Margaret "Granny"
DeSue Logan Johnson and, of
course, Steve Delimark. All the
employees in both stores will
be wo kr l j o n c to nrat
Together, the Scars
Hometown Store and Denmark
Furniture promise to make a
powerful, combined retail
presence in Starke. Both
Denmark and Clark say they
didn't bring Sears to Starke to
Iopeteb wth anybenxisti
contrary. They say they're
simply "finding a niche in a
market in need of easier access
to the products they were
already getting by driving out
of town to a Sears store in
either Jacksonville or
Gainesville. You can't find
Kerimore or Craftsman
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.auto, two counts of grand thefll'
.. ho. counts of armed burglolry,
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Starke was arrested Oct. 141 b~
IseSO deputies on an onc~
county warrant. She was beirn
heldl on nio bond.
Jeffr~ey Wayne MorrowY 11,
28, of Hlampton was arre~slte
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Melissa Anne Beeman, 4!,
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warrant. Bond was set at
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on bond Oct. 16.
Cornelius D. Henderson, I8,,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 16
by BCSO deputies fMr
trespassing. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on


Almer J. Deaton, 29, of L~ive
Oak was arrested Oct. 17 by
SPD officers for driving
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license. Bond was set at $500 .
and he was released on bondc
Oct. 17.
William Edward StarlinL1.
66, of Graham was arrestedl
O~ct. 17 by SPD officers folr
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and he was released on bond
Oct. 18.
Quinton Maurice Epps, 23.1
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Sheree Renae Jackson, 24,
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bail for an original felony
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Nicholas Allen Janowitz. 21,
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Oct. 13 and booked into tle
Bradford County Jalil on a
charge of dealing in stolen
property. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he rerhatined in jail
as of press time.
Raymond A. Williams, 71,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 13
by SPD officers for balttery.
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Joshua Rshand Plummer. 1 9,
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charge.:~' lan~rd was set at $5,000

I lorenlce I rica Keye, 29), of
Stalrke' wa~iS arrested O)ct. 14 by
SP'I) o~ff icers for possession of
mo1(re thian 20 grams of
cannlab~is (marijuana). Bond
was: set at $50,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jesse D. Dashnaw, 29, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 14 by
BCSO deputies on an out-of-
conywa radt eBond rwas seet
on bond Oct. 14.
Freddie Monroe Stephens
111, 29), of Starke was arrested
Oct. 14 by SP'D officers for
driving while license is
suspenided or revoked and for
violation of' probation. Total
bonid wvas set at ;1 1,000 and he
remained in .jail as of press
tunei.
Kalrl Ray Mincks, 33, of
L~ake Butler; was arrested Oct.
14I b\ SPDI officers for
Posses"sion of a controlled
substance, possession of more
thaun 20 grams of cannabis and
retail theflt. ~l tal bond was set
at $32,.000 andJ he remained in
jail aIs of press time.

Jennifer EI. P'egraml. 32, of


reCtilsed~ to c~ooperlate.

",rt lligion Sp~ri ~s w\
lDeputy! G<>otee fori possessio n


A 13-year-old juvenile was conveyance, and one court of
arre~tsted~ recently by Star'ke attempting to conspire.Wey ihKiml,4 o
Police Detpartmnclt dffiqF~rS Investigator Mueller salid (;line~sville wais arres~lted Oct'
atlrle he broke into a $farkg 'tiyn more counts of gran thef 0by(l' euy nte
hlome~ Oct. 10 anrd attempted t9: auto are pending In relation to o nAeo onywrat
sexual~lly batter the resident. the two .additional motor frltiuet apa n or n
accordingg to SPD Cppl.` yelicle thefts H~ildebran ha~s noinlchrefbaey
IHarry! Warrlenl, tle ~juvenile I$ ;' been tied to.. Bo wallt \is set at $Y2,000.
being charged with bilrglalS's: Total bond on the charges ILorraine ILaulchlle Ilyman,
atrtempted sexual battery aind was set at $110,000 anld 20. of. Starke~c ivis arrlested Oct.
fallse imprisonment.. ,Hikell ~h:qremained in the 10, b, ~C`SO Decputy G~ootee
The 3-ye oldallgdY B~~\~r~(ra klnocked on the door of, press time. for mnaking a fallse police
re~side~nce rat epproxtbimtitey .eport. Bond was set at $2,000.
ie0pn woan oct pi bThe ((OOeen David Joseph Bridgman, 32,
i-vlie ar-legdl femle. !aThe ` :rs ~ nof Lake Butler was arrested
ltivnil alegely ke t th S~ t~t inOct. 12 by UJCSO Capt. H.M.
resident at the ftont door ~~andi` Tomnlinson on a Bradford
then ivalked aroutd~ tOt:;tP)&r:'f~an:I Bradford County capias for two counts
door and gained Rntry~ to ~the .::Q no of failure to appear in court on
home. 8 r no originor meisdemeanor charges-
Capt. Warren said the viqtinm Th oloigidiiul Total bondl was set at $ 10,000
state -tha onceirthie, t e vr arrested recently by local and hre wats released on bond
juvenile choked. her atnd .stru~k : la~. enforcement officers in Oct. 13-
her and then attempted to_' B~Eradford, Union or Clay Josephi Wesley! Jenkins. 47,
sexually battersher. Tlhevirm we~ an (Keystone Hleights area) of L~ake Iutlrc l wals arrested
fo~ught back and was -able to .counties: OIct. I13 by\ lIr(SO Depulty
rueiev thesfexu treom te An~drea Michele Bradley, 241, Mid owiona no
residence. of Waldo was arrested Oct. 16 countyy wrnt for iu
Capt. Warren said by .:U~nio County Sheriff's insufflic~ientc timii~s checks
investigators developed aOfc (UCSO) Deputy John .I~acy Kiyle Davr\is, 35, of
suspect and were able to make 'Gootea for shoplifting, Iluke Butrler wais arrested Oct.
positive identification of the po~ssegston of a controlled 12b SOCt.Tmion
juvenile. After the positive .~:substance and possession of for falilure to appear in court on
identification was made, tha drugc garaphernahla. an original m isdemeanor
juvenile was interviewed. an~d according to Deputy clarge.
alleged ly admitted, toi the. 'Gootee'~s report, Brad ley
charg~es. allegedly removed items from Shrannlon Youngbloo~d. 381, of
"Fo a 3yarodjueiethe Lake Butler Kangaroo Me~lrose ws a~rre~sted Oct. 15i
to commit such an act against a Food Store without paying for by Cl' ounty Sheriffs
person secure in their own thism. When' she was Otice (CC(SO) deputies on a
residence... I am proud of my apprehended, she possessed a warrant for vi olation of
investigators for stopping him~ cigarettee wrapper that probation.
now, before he took thlat` dontaincxd two different kinds D~avid Staton, 23, of
additional step into sompt~hing of pills, ` identified as Kytn iibswsarse
even more violent," said SPp Oxycontin and Diazepani. Oct. I6 i CC'SO) de~puties: on
Chief lefflohnsort` ~~'' ~.: 'Brad ley did not have a twro counts of' possession of a
"Most improtantly,. the pscription for either type of controlled substance, one
innocent, unsuspecting, victing .inedigation. count of. posse~ssion of
was not serrously hurt, th~d shbi' 14 :beye-old juvenile was marijuanna arnd one court of
knows the suspect has. `biet' .irred OQct. 15 by UCSO p<>ssession~ of drulg
apprehended," he seed. De.Lputy `-Leslie Crews and rahnha
`-`- .'charged with disorderly Johnni Ra\ Elixson. 45i. of
Ib98U ff "Ie conduct and resisting an keutrwaarsed ct
.officer without violence. I2 b rdod Cut
SOlved ~.ivithr gidein ao Dpty Tare ri{j
affeSt ud rstr'MtiddlewhSchhal sk po utin A series of nine burgilarie: a' high scho61 student to leave
was solved Oct. 13 with 'the the LBMS grounds and return Ita~l is Dea~n Alsalrea 68. of
arrest of 'Christophier .Waybe (q the high school. The student liouston, feras. wais arrested
Hildebran, 19, of Graham~, :refus-c4 to do so. octr. I- to 8050c deputies for
: According to ~Capt. Eiarad WHen. Deputy Crewrs carry ine~ a ionceal~le Grer~lm.
Smith of the g un!rty qotgos Angg tthy:ihigh school li a le J nh ow
Sheriffss Offy b isnoty r~atyrqq4,40U y thehihrecon o e
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Graham area b arie we made.. contactwihhmtee rsnaAn hms29
he was spotted by an iAlachp~a`' Thp.lvenile refused to comply o aeBte sarse
County Sheriff's -'ffcer with tastructions to enter the O)ct. 12 by tI(SO deputies onr
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Mrs. Williamnson was born in
Tlheressa on July 28. 1924, to the
late Martin and Malanar Adkins
Helrsey Sr. She was a I~felong
resident of Tlheressa, a member of
H-ope Baptist Church, and had
worked for the Council on Aging.
As a licensed cosmetologist,
she had owned and operated
Gladys' Beauty Salon in Keystone
Heights from 1961 until the
present. Her family will always
remember her as loving
Christian woman whose greatest
prayer was the salvation of her
family and friends. She also cared
for and loved everyone in her.
family and community.
She is survived by: her
daughter,. VonCille Bruce of.
T'heressa; son L. lenn
williamson of Keystone H-eights:
siblings, R. Martin Hecrsey .ir. of
flheressa, Be~atnce C:arolyn flell
of Yulce, and Nettic Lo~uise



anld Ashley Reynolds; and seven
geal-grandnchldrr. nby b bot
Clyde DeWitt He~rsey.
Viewvirg for Mrs. Williamson
was held on Oct. 18. in the funeral
home. Funeral services wvere held
Oct. 19,~ in the Hope Baptist
Church w\ith Pastor Shawvn House
and Pastor D~on Corbit officiating.
Burial followed at Hope
Cemetery. In nieu of nowrers, tee
family asks that contributions be
made to the Haven Hospice of The
Lake, 6400 St. Joh~ns Ave.,
Palatkra. FL 372177.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


H-e is sulrvivedl by: his w'ife of ~
nlinel years, Rob~linl ('offee TIhulyer:
dau~~ghters, Jennly Tlhayer of
AnhlmJL'll Cailif'., Heckiy Shaw of
R~ive~rsidle, Calif'. and Nicole
Giilliaund of' Placentia, Calif.;
stepdaughters, Kerri Place of
C:anada, Valenie P'lace of New
Jersey, and Tlracy Place of' New
York City; son, Matthew T`hayer
of' Castai, Calif., step-son, James
Place of Illinois; a sister, Mary
Adamske of San Diego, Calif.,
and 11 grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
Oct. 17, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of L~ake
Butler is in charge of the
arrangements.


STAR:KH~;;-Isabe~lle Ky'le, 93, of
S:ltarke diedl Oct. 11, 200V.
Ful~~rther inlformatiion ma11Y he
foundI~ atl S\ivanalbbey`? com.
F~unrlll~` services w;elre held Oct-
17' at Sylvan\1 Abbewy Fune~ral


Hl~l\ome ~ tin lawter Svivf an
Abbey F nea Homis incharge
of th;~ncul e arraneme lnts ille


Mirs. Merritt was born in
Mliami, living her early life in
Lacrosse. Sh~e graduated from
r Santa Fe HighScol nd
attended Sanlta Fe Jr. College. She
has lived in the New River section



County. She was a' property
manager and substitute teacher for
seSherals preceded in death by
her maternal grandparents Ervin
and Willie Mae Tompkins,
SShe is surv'ived by: her husband
p of 16 years, Randy Merritt;
Sdaulghter, Miranlda Renee Merritt
of Lake Butler; son. Charles T~yler


Knrligh of Lke ulll) hl~~ler stpon' i
H~uller; grandltson, 11untercl Mlerritt

Rovn1arleneL (R9icha~rd)

1.unnice llnderw\ox odofI~ivet (k.
Funeral serv'ices wecre held O~ct-
La:ke R~utler. In~ lieu of flowers,
donlations many be made to the
Pinle Haver'c Childrenl's H-ome, /o
First Christian~ Church, 155 NW
1 St., L~ake Butler,. FL, 32054.
Archer Funleral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Terrie lyerS
CA L.IFORNIA-T'errie L~ei b
DionMprs 52, f H mt
DnixonMyef d ao hIIsd Oceme8'


P'ark and was a former resident of
P ata. Sie fas r, iddidim

P iln:a s ster,. Carol Si Suell
fu'tum and Riley D~ixon; maternal
gracndparentLS. CarI l ad Kuthleen
Ricard.
She is surv'ived by: a daughter'
ferrla Jarde Myers of San Diego,


o~ixon or SI. Aunusli ne, slclsois.
.Insonl Myers, Je~ff M~yers and t
Michael Mycrs, all of Sian D~icgo;
of P'ersidio, Te'xars, and~t Jamlles W.
a "Jlimmly" D~ixonl a~nd Jesse D~ixon,
both of .Painltka;: anld at SiSte',
lereessa M. (Rickey) Woodlliusl of
Girotonl, Conn.
Graveside funeral services we~re
held Oct. 19, at the C'onner
Cemetery nea~r Stacke. Masters
Funeral Home of Palatka is in
charge of arrangements.


loti ovrci 25 year~is. Ile also, wis


tine \\a lso i n f me u bs. anny
M~r.lcl She calain was a pratter a
ofIde Joh II. ic Prat asni Lodg
#21adwsamember of los Pebyeini
hLodgel #101 bOthoaksnvli.
110 was as a lifelol amaemr hand
fadormerlythe, caplavin for Faternl
Ordherma n of Polpice 53 psof
Jackisonuvie. Arthurws a fe
mnembIer of Firn;stn Prsbten A
Church of Ocalda. of et
He was: da ~lfelaong amateur ham


1 (Leona) Shedda~n of Nepthune

three granldchlildlren and three



fhe family received friends
immedlr~ iatel' ly fict the service at
lie~ olf k I`~\\1~ accept nnlent b
rlader to Lecgacy) House, Hospice
of Mailirian ount\. PO) Box 4860,
()cola, FL. 31-17i in memory of
Airthurr A. Shleddan.
PMDO N1I'IUARY


JameS Thayer

Jted ct(c~ 13, 2000. usr the Mlayo
Dr.Thoer \asborn In
W'aterloo,: lo\na, li\ ing most of his
life in Calilrliforia He moved to
Ja~cksomilet 11n 2000. He w\as
emploied~ w\ith the Department of
('orr~clons~ KRc~eption Medical
(`enter rln Lake BullrT. He w~as the
ston of the late W~illiam Eller and


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Arthur Sheddan
OCALA-Arthur Alexsander
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away Tuesda. Oct. 13.200w.
He waus born inr Jacksonvrille on 1
Feb. I 1, 19237. 11< w\as praised m 1
Jacksonvil~ic ad joinedl the
Mrcnhant~ Marines wherelt he
served during WWIl. While his
ship w\as in port at Net~\ Yo~rk
City. he met his futurre w\ifet. Haz~l
Inez Strickland. Tfhey wetre
married for 63\ years. Arthur and
Inez moved to Jackson\ille ~nd
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BY: SHERMAN ROSS
Sp'ec~ial to the~ Telegnqtlh
Bradford's bid fo~r a winning
season wa.is kept ilive1 as the
Torunadoes crushedc the P.K.
Yonge Blue Wavec fod ll h~1
teami 44--6 on homeccoming
night on Oct. 16'
The1( C'lass of '79) membeht rs
whlo werle inl attenldanlcce for n
reunion werle trea~ted~ to the `
first totaliv dominlant
pe~rformiance by' the ~l onandoes
.(3-4) this season .as they
dismantled the opposition.
Facing the winless Blue
Wave (()-6), a now\ hecalthy
Bradford teamn looked to
resurge after a close loss (27-
ii$22) to Ulnion County last week.
"Most of the ph jers who
missed that game wvere cleared
thea coac St eHoarrd saordd
"We would have liked for that
,to have happened earlier in the
week so they could have
gotten some reps in practice.
Spirited play on both sides
of the ball would leave no
doubt the "Big, Red Machine
was running on all cylinders,
Taking possession first on
their owvn 35-yard line, the
Tornadoes ht iothe fib n
Donne le Williams strog-
armed his w\ay 27 yards
through the center of the Blue
Wave defense. He would
render the Blue Wa'e
defenseless on the next play,
barreling through the middle
and bouncing left, where he
outran the secondary for a 38-
yard score. The two-play, 64 7
yard scoring drive took 56
seconds and put the Tornadoes '
up 6-0. A bad snap negated the
extra point- s
P.K. alternated quarterbacks
in a shotgun spread, utilizinS
.the scrambling of Carlon Hunt
'and the arm of Ryan Thombs-
iOn a night where Bradford
defensivee end Phillip James
broke a school record for

take b byka freshma n et r
:However, Hunt's speed kept a
numberr of ly sin' esing
drive started on their own 35
after a squibbed kickoff went
out of bounds. On the second
set of dohons, Hunt rolled riht
.defensive end Auntrell Jones,
heaving~ hie ball ukp or brab:
,Tornadoes jumped with w~ide
receiver Bryce Goston-the
intended target--and the ball
~was tipped backward right in
the hands of wide receiver
D'Karas Field, who crossed


illi l am I fom te 34,.
*Mol~sley caught~li the toss swveep

Mod-slc r;1n fo(r 10) miore yards

!;1mI holl1 on1 a1 sweepI right.
Mosley~ calpped' the drirve with

Iinight havI\e guelssed it--the
r~ight side f'or a 22-6 lead.
'Iow\ard thc endl of the first
qurethe Blue Wave
mlana~ged some decent gains,
butI nleededt a pass interference
caill to cross midfield. On
second-and-1 from inside the
Tornado red zone, James laid
downi heav'y pressure on Hunt
andc drolpped him for his first of
tl< le sacks on t~h ni h Hunt
hull could move no closer than
thec Tlorlnado 17-yard line
befo`~re thle quarter expired.
Bradfrd s defensive
exccuti~ion was flawless from
the~ second qluarter on. fop to
honomI,1 thC ~l'onladoes played
tough, mlistakhe-free ball. T'hey
41:arltl by! blowving the Blue
Wat~\ e bac~k out of' the red zone.
< \cl Ilui!s re a ted inr a ost o
1', fromI the 26. Hunt's pass to
rlhe cornerr of the end zone to a
wellI emered Fields landed out
of1 thle f'ieldl of play. On forth

<;oston~. \\ ho \\;ls Stopped afrter
attesite penatiesshut
Juan\I thle ~l~oridoes' attempt
to~ shrift' field position until
Ii ler c'ubbedgee punted 34
\lords~ froml his own 16-yard
iier A clipping penalty on the

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The bride-elect recently
received her advanced
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employed as a supervisor at
the University of Florida
Survey Research Center.
The prospective groom is a
de ail sales manage an is itie
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An outdoor ceremony is
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at the gardens. The event will
have a nature theme. The
bride's father will officiate.
After a honeymoon, the
couple will continue to make
Gainesville their home.


Rodney Mosley makes his way into the end zone for
a Bradford touchdown.


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onc Hunt nd hs reenes, -I'\l~i III'

pass on~ I;trlurthandl~ 1 pass in
Field fe~ll incoml lee. ~
the w\rongl satle of( theC C(o unt
line, the Blue w\~i at e bby
finatll j;ununed1 up' the~ 11ddle,1
forCingp the TIornadoesl~~ 1Ir s


the goal line for a 27-yard
score. T'he Tornadoes blocked
the extra point, keeping the
score tied at 6-all.
C`J. Covington's 40-yard
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20. Williams disrespected the
middle linebackers form P.K.,
leaving a wake of Blue Wae
defenders behind on his second
score on just three carries,
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also added to
the team's
h. score of 414-



Keystone girls earn another


trip to regional golf finals


Running back Reggie
TIhomlas ranl for 162 of his 172
yards in the second half, while
quarterback Brantley Lott and
wide receiver Ryalt Latner
hooked up for two scores n~.

Heght afoo ball t amKsap~.~
a three-game losing streak,
rallying to take a 28-14 w~in :
over T'he Villages Oct. 16 in ~
Ke stone.
T~homas, who had' 20 carries
in the second half, helped


'ball and scoredtemo on everyt
opossession bu thelit whdichs

consisted of' two kneel-downs;
byl lott to1 runr the final minute
oiff the clock. The last scoiring
drive consisted of nothing but
runs by T~homas,-covering 72
yards in eight plays and'
capped by TIhomas' 1-yard
touchdown run.
Tlhe Villages (2-4) held the
ball fo~r more than 17 minutes
onI olffense in the first half
scoring twice to take a 14.7
lead. Edtitswuk Ulake Clounts
\\as reslx~nsible for much of ,
the team's success that half,
carrying the ball 21 times for
I 10 lards and a touchdown.
"I w\as worried about us
being w\orn dow\n after the first
half the w\ay they kept us on
the field." Keystone head
coach C'huck Dickinson said of
his defense.
Ke\ stone's defense did have
to make do without the
services of linebacker Shane
Jennrings. w he wvas injured in
the first half. but the Indians`
calme out ini the second half
alnd forced the Buffalo to go
three-ndrrfout on their first
posses i n. The B~uffalodals
mrislakes. including an errant
pitch that resulted in a lost of
25 yardsr on one-promising
drise that crossed the Keystone
20 larrd line.


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touchdoWn
catch in the
SIndians# 28-14
win ovrTh


Vll~4.teE


posting: a score of 91, which
wass 14 strokes better than her
score in last yea~r's tournament.
(She had a score of I 12 in her
first district tournament
appearance two years ago.)
T~hat left her trailing: Oak
Hall's Laruren Gros, wvho had a
score of 80.
Keystone's Heather Wall
placed fifth for the Indians
w:ith a score of 97. Katie
Strassberger and Ashle~igh
Hampton had scores of I1II
andl15. respectively.


team score of 414 to place
behind Oak Hall, which won
the district w\ith a score of 38X2.
T'he top three teams qulalified
for the Region 2 tournament,
which wvill be played Monday,
Oct. 26, at the Ulnivecrsity of
Florida's Mark Bostick Giolf
Course. Santa Fe will join
Keystone and Oak Hall after
its score of 4122 earned the
Raiders third place.
Roberts continued her
imlprovemlent in district play,


samongu
In all, though, a Keystone
defense that allowed 200 yards
in the first half gave up jusr~51
in tite sec~nd. Counts was held
to21 yard on sikcarries in the
second half.
"We challenged them at
halftime up from," Diackinson
said. "That's where we were
getting beat."
The Buffalo had scoring
drives of 80 and 73 yards in
the first half.. The 73-yard
drive consumied all ~but five
seconds of the last 8:03 of the
second quarter, consisting of


run that put 'Ihe Village uip
14-7.
Keystone, des\pire its iilimiled:
production and opplonunitiesL~
on offense. \\as still in; iith
game. After falling behinJi~ -0()
early in the second cquanerr 24~-yard touchdown runi hi
Villages quarterbacks Aro
Couture. the Indian\ tie~d the
game at 7-all w\hen i~Latecr
See KHHS. p. 98


BY CLIFF SM ELLEY
Telegralph Staff Writer
Bradford High School senior
3.R. Spears made good on his
last opportunity to qualify for
regional competition, while
seventh-grade home-schooled
strident Ky ler Tate, who
cme tes me bre r bf t
oflf team, tied for second at
the District 4-lA boys golf
tournament, which was held
Oct. 19 at the University of
Florida's Mark Bostick Golf



thiis 'ear was good enough to



Gainesville.
"He did a great job fighting
back," Bradford coach Daniel
Davis said, noting that Spears


had just one par on the front
nine-
Tate, meanwhile, wll
advance as w\ell after finishing
W~ith a score of 79. That tied
him with two other players for
second behind Oak Hall's J.).
lIomlinson, who had a score of

6Keystone coach Ron
Hartman said Tate is naturally
gifted, but added the seventh-
grader has more to offer the
team than impressive skills.
'Kyler is not only a great
player, but he is also a great
teammate," Hartman said. "He
nsamate vithtothe r swi n s
and their games. He cheers on
his teammatess and does not,( get
nmannered as he is good at the
game ofgoelf.
Keystone just missed out on
qualifying as a team, finishing.
two strokes out of third place
with a score of 365. The top


three teams advance. Oadk Hall
wvon the district championship
with a score of 31 i. followed
by Santa Fe (332) and
Chiefland (3763)-
Bradford placed fifth w\ith a
sco~re of 3188. it was a bit of a
dcisappointment. Davis said, as
each player had his worst du\e
tournament. He estimated ecch
player was approximately! 15
shots over hisarverage-
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fi'.:::ad nil OH:l ~ wil '
receptions f or 124 yarls,, while
L~ott ca lpctl a 6-of'-1I p;sses
Th'le Villages threatened to
score, drliving~--withl the hacp
of a 15 yardl pena~lty o the
Keystone 12. A had~t pitchl ,y
C'outulre. though, baRckel tle
H~uffa~lo ulp to thle 37. A Ib'
yalrd receptions by (counts sel
up' a third-andt-14l pla~y on
whiich C'outure's pass fell
incomplete. (On fourth dtown'
Keystone's R.J. Huxton sacked
(couture f or a 12-yardl loss.
With 7:41 remaining in the
galme, L~ott handed the ball to
7'homas eight straight times on
what was basically the same
play, Dickinson said. The
Buffalo could not stop
Thomas, however. He had a
pair of 20-plus-yard runs and
set up his 1-yard score with a
9-yard run.
That basically clinched the
Game, leaving a ball-control
Villages offense with just 3:22
to try to crase a two-
touchdowvn deficit. Keystone's
Winston Kicklighiter prevented
the Buffalo from even getting
one score closer as he
interceptedl a Coutulre pass at
the Key'stone 19) w\ith 50
seconds remaining ,
Though it wvas not a district
game, the wvin w\as huge for a
team looking to get back on
track, D~ickinson said. The
Indians, after a 2-0 start this
season, hnd drop d three n a

22 points.
matte \vi sto get oing n a
the right way," Dickinson said.

You ca 't operate a
company by fear, because
the way to eliminate fear is
to avoid criticism. And the
way to avoid criticism is to
do nothing
Steve Ross


a 25-yard touchdown from
Valrnadtore aIccounlted for all
of thle Selinlole'S' points as he
also miade a huge impact on
special teams. Not only did he
kick the extra point after his
touchdown reception, but he
connected on field goals of 38,
41 and 43 yards. T'wo of his
three kickoffs were
touchbacks, while he also had
two punts for a 56-yard
average
haou bh sasson,16Varnador
ki tucbckff 1o hil 40
rds ofs, w eleaveraging d
yahd pelr punt. Asa tght ein
h as receptions o 7
yards and four touchdowns.
Harvey has completed 42-
of-84 passes this season for
517 yards, four touchdowns
and just one interception.
Harvey is also averaging 5
yards per rush attempt on 44
carries for 235 yards.
The Seminoles are averaging
151 yards per game rushing,
but suffered a blow early this
season when running back
Kelvin Farmer, who was
averaging 6 yards per carry,
suffered a season-ending
injury.


Defensively, the Seminoles
have allowed 165 yards
rushing per game and 88 yards
passing per game in their last
three games. For the season,
linebacker Garrett Davis has
69 tackles, while defensive
back Josh Thomas and
linebacker Rodney Trammel
have 55 and 47 tackles,
respectively. Trammel also has
three sacks, while defensive '
end Jordan Jackson leads the
teamn with 75.
Florida High opened the
season with a pair of wins over
Florida A&M University High
School and P.K. Yonge by
scores of 28-0 and 42-6 before
its loss to Lincoln. Though the
offense was held in check
against Lincoln, the defense
did create two turnovers, one
of which was a 51-yard
interception return foray
touchdown by defensive enld
Jack Metz.
The Seminoles created two
turnovers in each of their two
district games.
Florida High is shooting for
its sixth straight playoff
appearance. The Seminoles
went I 1-2 last year in reaching
the Class 2B semifinals.


BY CLIFF SMELL gy

meli twvo district gameiis ach l
team hals p~layedl up to this
pocint featture anl average
manrgini of six points, but tle
dlif'ference is that Florida High
is 2-0 in those games, while
Bradford is 0-2.
Braif'ord, which has won
two of its last three games
overall, will attempt to get that
first district win when it travels
to Tallahassee to take on the
Florida High Seminoles this
Friday, Oct. 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Florida High is 4-2 overall,
but both of its losses have
come against Class 4A
schools. The Seminoles lost
16-6 to Lincoln and 34-14 to
Wakulia -
T'he Wakulia loss was
sandwiched between the
Seminoles' two district wins:
22-137 over East Gadsden and
16-14 over Fort White. Chase
Varnadore had quite the garnye
f'or the Seminoles in the win
over Fort White game, which
wvas Oct. 9 (the Seminoles had
a bye last week). Varnadore, a
tight end, caught two passes
for 371 yards, one of which w~as


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In a showdown between
.500 teams, it is Keystone
Heights that would appear to
hha e in s mo runtu whe
District 4-2B opponent Mount
Dora Friday. Oct. 237. at 7:30
p~m.
~The Indians snapped a three-
game losing streak with their
kvno\e 7hM nV Pmaes ls
second straight game. Tfhe
Hurricanes played state-rankied
oanswer far freshman nM k
Dorcely. losing 24-0. Dorcely
scord ae a26t ardnm nd a


his interceptions 99 yards for a
touchdown.
Mounc Drkrr. (3-3. I- I in
District 4) quanrterack Vegas


ite c options (tnm Il, finis in
the gamp c thle0 ya s. Hi
Dorcely--occurred with less
;han a minute left in the game.
Prior to that loss, the
Hurricanes lost 35-14 to
Histrict oppne N wbe r
passes for 202 yards and
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Marcus Brown and 7 yards to
Anthony Harley. He had two
interceptions.
The Hurricanes gained just
47 yards on the ground against
Nrueheny r2Al sNewbrry
Uike Keystone, Mount Dora
started the season 2-0 with a
24-12 win over Eustis and a
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Vegas Harley threw
touchdown passes of 20 and 55
yards. while Jlordan Ozerities
scored on runs of 5 and 20


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'acpteka sc oarship fer
from the University of Central
Florida, scored the winning
touchdown against Leesburg
on an 8-yard run. He also
scrdon a 60-yard pass from

The Leesburg game also
featured an 80-yard touchdown
run by Cornelius Whitehead,
another Central Florida
commitment.
After defeating ILxesburg,
the Hurricanes lost 24-21 to
faaeapnbat bounced back to

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sc oli last yeardplayed e ch
Indians lost the 2003 game by'
a score of 27-6, but came back
the following year to defeat the
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hauled in a1 pass from I on '
along the sideline and
sidestepped a would-be tackler
on hris wly~ to ar 68-yard
tolc~hdownv.

lone highlight of' a half that
saw\ the Indialns galin Jlst 86
yards. T'he srtart of' the second
half, however, seemed tol be a
sign that things were about to
change.
T'homas, who ha;d Ism ted
touches in the first half, ficided
the second-half kickofff at his
own 5-tlhe first time TIhe
Villages kicked deep--and
returned it to the The Villages
35-yard line. From there,
Thomas carried the ball six
consecutive times, gaining 27
yards to the 8. Two plays later,
Latner caught his second
touchdown of the night on a 7-
yard pass from L~ott. Darby
Johns' PAT tied the score at
14-all approximately five
minutes into the third quarter.
The Buffalo had good field
-position following the ensuing
kickoff, but pt themselves in
a first-and-20d situation la al
being flagged or i K I l
procedures twice1.s to 3c
Wild giam o first down
Couture gine 10 y~ardls after
that, but Counts gained just 4
ohirthe necessaryfo7c yrds on
Villages to punt.
on it ow k5,i bu he Ind n
put together a 12-play scoring
drive thait consumed
b poxmasterledfive mnutes
times for 60 yards, but had a
15-yard touchdown rn n
nullified by a holding penalty.
Har tuhd 1 pas sro nl tt
to put the Indians up 2 I 1I.
Latner caught three passes


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

RE0NG I
continued from page 8B
The TIornadoes had the
thlird-best score going into the
tournament after going
undefeated in, the regular
season with a 15-0 iecord. "
"It's kind of bittersweet,
Dav\is said.
Still, next year shows
promise as well as Spears and
G;ary Jones are the team's only
henoesO ith fitvet n n aye
were sophomores (Kyle Davis
and Justi adrman) and one a
As for the Indians, they
finshed the regua ease
only one senior in Stephen
Kennedy. Juniors Michael
Tarwil rturn alan Ait m
group of young players led, of
course; by Tate. Tate led the
team this season with a nine-
hole erage ofde9 potential to
have a special year next year,"
Hartman said.


Keystone hopes to avoid 0-3

district mark against Mt. Dora


Continued from page 7B

return -Gsnally made the


no gain, resulting in a third-
down pass that wvas thrown out
of bounds on the Tornado
sideline. On fourth-and-0, the
Bradford punt rush got deep
penetration. Covington burst
through just over the left side
- -- -n napr
launched his body in the
direction of the kicker's boot.
His clean block ricocheted the
ball toward the home side
hashm'arks, where fellow
li eaker Marcus Ardl ey

approximately a 10-yard score.
Cubbedge kicked the extra
point for a 29-6 lead.
T roum was on.
Second-half scores (11-yard
touchdown run by Covington,
4eu aunud n`-ar nfi ldR no
by -Cubbedge) bolstered the
lead in the third quarter of a
game that was, at this point, a
forgone conclusion. Senior
fullback Ike Carter and some
junior varsity tailbacks got a
chance to add to their stat
COlumns 'as the pl~y clock
milled in the fourth quarter.
Hoard, despite the
convincing win, knows his
team can improve.
~"I would grade our game a
8,"'" he said. "The kids played
hard. Wlhe had some problems


so ili pam n had a great
game. A lot of players came
back strong like DeSue and
Cubbedge. (Wide
receiver/defensive back) Chris
MejiaS (interception and third-
down conversion) has shown
us sorhe mn."
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into a cry or fear.
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ibrac~ket of the Dijstrict 4-

mr moermnt, which, is
~ Keystone: Heights
1i~, begins Saturday,
ia:he fourthh sd
oin play each other-
$ther of that game will
;f~kord Monday, Oct.
$5:30 p.m. Second seed
he and third seed Union
w\iill play each other at
s~imately 7 p.m.
'jrs winners will play
STuesday, Oct. 27, at
rthe right to play for
ict championship on
$1~y, Oct, 29, at Bishop
itik Jacksonville.


TIhis marks the first timle
Bradford (9-3 overall prior to
Oct. 2 I) ha~s beeni a numbe~r-
onle seed in n~ tislrice
tournament since 200011. That n
team also went undelfeated l
ilgninst district opponents
during the regular seasol.
Bradf'ord locked dlown tne
nrimber-one sceed with its 3-2
(18-25, 2.5-19, 15-25, 25-19,
15-12) win over Keystone on
Oct. 13 in Starke. It wa4e tne
first time this season the
'Tornadoes came out victorious
in a five-set match.
Tornadoes coach T'ara
Tomlinson said Lakia Brighl,
as she has done alleyear, to k

opportunity she had, while
Chelsea Jackson proved a
strn ede esi~e .job," e
Tomlinson said of Jackson.

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


County on O>ct. 14 in llkce
~utlecr.
Th'lough1 they hadt a~lmadty
wleelpull no lhe numbehr-one
seedf inl thre district tournamntln
there was no chance of a
letdownr agai~inst the TIigers,
TIomnlinson saidl. Sure, she and
assistants coach Dere Story did
not tell thle players they
a~lreadly had thle number-one
seed, but the fact the opponent
was Ulnion County ensured the
players would be up for
playing. T'omlinson said it was
the type of effort Bradford
always puts forth against
Union, Keystone and Baker

CGo'Tng into it, it's always,
'We have to win against one of
those (teams),"' Tomlinson
said. .

'The fIornadoes did not
defeat Baker Clounty the one
time they played the Wildcals
this season. In falct, all three of
Bradf`ord's losses hav'e come
aga~inst teams in thle north
division of D~istrict 4. That is
w\hy the players are sol eager to
win two games and advance to
the Oct. 29 district finale-
"'They're looking forwa~ird to
being able to prove
themselvess" Tomnlinson said.


Kenya Clemons (background) and Alisha Clemons (center) anticipate a set by
SRachel Davenport.



Northside Christian volleyball


tas* 8 arV bone be 4.@ top Ve


T'he Northside C'hristian
Academy volleyball team
earned a pair of wins last wveek
over Old P'lank of Jacksonville
and Westwood Hills of
Giainesville to earn the
number-one seed in the South
Eastern Christian C'onfe~rence
state playoffs.
Sophomore Ratchel
DanvenpolrItl led te Englels in
services alccs against Old1 Plalnk
w~ith sev en, while allso
cun -'ting iekirls cSenio
13 kills, while sophomore
Ken a lemonss had tw\o aces

Northside has been
dominant on its home court
this season. Itw\as no different


wvhen thle Hagles hlosted l
Westwoodf Hills, w\ith the team l
compiling 30 service aces in a
three-set sweep. Barth hadi 10.
while Daevenport and Briannll
C`oxe had eight and si\.
respectively.
Tlhe Eqgles also hadt 17 kills,
with rth aInd C'lemons
recording sevena elh.
NorthsideL hans notl drolpped a
single set inl a home m natch this
Se1sonI.

FOOtball team
rebounds from loSS
with 37-12 win
Northside lost to Old Plank
for the second time this
season-trhe only tw\o losses


thle Eagles have suffered--but
the school's flag football team
bounced back to defeat
Emminanuel 37-12.
Sophomore Dustin Elder
completed four passes for 63
valrds and two touchdowns in
thle w\inl, while senior Sam
D~rew\ led the defense with 12
Tackles and seven sacks.
Prior to playing Emmanuel,
the1 E-agles lost a close one to
Old Plank by a score of 36-32.
IJanion Tomtas Alvarzgstood
deep passes from sophomore
Sean Hanson for touchdowns.
Drew\ led the defense with
eight tackles and two sacks.


SJIBitLIFF SMELLEY
gibl~egraph Stajf riter
County recorded a
w:~in against Taylor
lityear, but this
Ildogs team appears




in3~-o thedistrict.Te
who, r: lie heTierS


:bye last week, are
on an t67 {min oel
record to 2-0 after
6-0 w~~in over
teamm U ion beat
nsle for Tavior

~i~fiI aled supseda i
seven seasons, has
1the last three
igan average of


win over East Gadlcsden, the
Bulldogs had five
interceptions, while in a 28-21
ivin over Suw\annee, the
defense returned t\o
interceptions for scores.
Ty o's of ese, hcuph




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have come against C'lass 4A
teams. They opened the season
with a 24-7 Ioss to Walkulla.


Tw'~o wveeks later, they lost 39-
22 to Chiles.
Siandw\iched between those
tw\o losses w~as a 16-12 win
ove.r` Jef'ferson C'ounty'.
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LAWTEY HlORSE LOT
for rent, shelter, already
tonen callS 9-762-3287

LATKAESA2NTA FBEACO -
eluded, beautiful view.
washer/dryer, boal hit & P
ufrnihe to 0/r i d
furnished $900/mo 352-
468-2386
2BR/18A MH with CHIA,
washeor hookup, has
dryer, $500/mo $700
Inoves you mn Call 386'
VVRNTON SPRINGS
3BR/1 BADoW Steve & re-
frigerator furnished Heat
Sair. $608 6fth 8 M
deposit 364-25
3BR/2BA SW on one acre.
CHIA, quiet area' service
a Itasonly p4503p r

3B2R81A DOWona two agre
wooded lot. front and back
porch, CHIA, quiet area.
service animals only.
$50 p5r mont pls de-
KINGSLEY LAt(E retire in ~
style, 2500 sqift 3BRI
2 5BA, lake front with
private dock. open Ilool


MH 3R1.B In lrgex'
rear. 2 car carport. $5501
mo, Isrsl mo, plus $550


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Ances. $925/mo~ R S030


~ 3bedrool, 1 l bul

H2630, B ea nlO b H p
R NT weekly rates. no
frills forblPS $60, roomls
with bt 53 ron
:::r nih r 2 a

Street; `across from. Post
` r cJ1ng. ,,
5S1 Found
WAhLLerFOUdNCD o sde
graph office on Thursd y

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DOG TAiS S-DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buy thema n
Sthe Office Shop In Star!ke
in cdin 0aslg. Ma
clors shapes ond sty t~
: 904-964-5764 for mro a
information
PUmRRE att .Y ereciuie
5 months old. ri11 shots,
I~tter trained, comes wlth
box, ltter and foodl Flee
to a good home Call
Lin~da at 904-964-6087
for information of leave 8
SmenaHgeS for salon
Bradford' Counrty Fair
Call 904-e22- 1643
53 A Starke Yard
$gigg
MOVING SALE Oct 21st
niuu t ia pl~, nt 1

.odha Its soo eoue y
Thing must gonl 16311 Sw
65th Ave,-near Crosby
.Cake
9AMS 4OPMN hus Frat.
Street Adult and ch~ip
dren's cblohing. electrcon


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nltliv Clu u< luilities
a ntena~l.ll c~nc nd post
n~r~r~~e I eqlred. I lso
astanIlli dsecun(Y required

Apa tmentslt available
i' !I N!!. at 352 4688-1971

ondpt fro~ig!i. (ntl deck

Ill 1 Isrz j onlyl Cal

E18Si~i 'NE HIGHl-TS38RI
28l L!W finoplace, new
by~ ~ ~it sIdn~e ratngaor


3niH BtA i'W FENCED
iNe NARD! between Lake
Buttezr andi Stalke. $300
dep. $675 per month.
CI 012384-9223 or
SBRT 2BA\ DW. CH~A, on one
acre, full Ilength porch,
pnlvate? oiation, between
ta7ke Butter anld Railord
$750 ~me $300 depOsit
C1a11 904-284 9223 or
3P:0 5 i7S1E tor rent
at 01~ Piatt Srtsig
secun~ty Call 352-745.
6070 or 352~-745-6672
2/2 SINGLIEWIDE MOBILE
"5UM d p$50k 105 plus
53rd Ave Lawtey Ser.
vrce anllmals only Gar-
bage service and lawn
service Included Call
90o?,tom17 or so.
20i' 1 0Sn con r

wood deck. $525 plus
deposlt Senior dlscount


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SButler Yard
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Props 168
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wooded acreage close
to FL/GA border. Enjoy
end of road privacy!
Perfect for wteekend
getaway/ cabin` in
woods/ .horse farm.
Possible .subdivide.
Excellent 'financing,
Call .owNnar nIow
(912)6i74-0320
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STOMER INFORMATrION SEARS PRICE MAICH PLUS POLICY RETAIL COMPETHlORS:1f you lnd a lower price on an identical branded item withr the Same feauRecs currently available for sale at alnother local com atitors' retail store, Sears will motch that price Plus,~4 10 ofu the dr~rne akist
rtleement to a sales assocTIare dr ine rime of b or snal as deva ilntio your purchase. ON~LIE RETAIL COMPErTITOR: For online Ptlce Match Policy pleaSe see http://www ~sears.comlpricemach SEARS HOLDINGS: tI you fInd a tower price on an kleantii Itmn (brand mB numbe)cnW avalitti
our area Irom anoiner 568rg Hglgind ,ndl ,lgl hy l o d~r slfgn. 'olrg wII melch 11181 pri00, but Will n01 pofvide the adItional 10% of the difference An other stles for quallfication apply. EXCLUS10NS: Sears will not price maticommpetitor' lIams thalate Hmited In qi ~torl~sl~n
n... Ir M...ounng *n 1v IhEl mneablune..m o,s s.... ,,i,,...,ICe match competitors' bonus of free offers, special offers, bundled offers, rebates, flngncing cliers, 00115n, c0 garnce or closeout prices, or prices on1 used, damaged, returned, open box or diSplay me ~ H
aten r8Dhical arror8 Ora romoerlara pnarins ml maul fro-m rl pfICO m810h. Photo c00188 of (ivertigemsnsn t or rtCaipts will not be accepted as) verlfication of cabno r r (on~onor other exclusions and fu~rther details sadi store n850Cla(3ovte 0fii ww80aCOaitiN
M~B: to na( e goeauar e(. slock lRI oeerIlne tmd khen..to s~l(Itocs occur, SearR W[Il of or: On OPReR ator better itemn at the adverpood6 rIIC(I or1DnOmJInChek OEIr th d3litem Limitqd oties. special orders and items hot notatell avs~abist(le at or Sears store a
II, gr( nME9 ol ClegranCe closcute waler nealerg Woo~r Glit Cardqqdnti. 5$A O tHL stfo roso rtes epp nerr w ilmk vyetdt comdt
(r pYrnl M gnaY r o~n you gre nor sallstino plmply reas~r.* 1ouF D)urchase in y~~d~y" ~ ~ 6e~or eE wiHin 90 OI das of or pu gl rcase.~ rW 30 for looenic arid ( MattroWpe fil or Bal rendort ex achan ~if lI.D youh ar y
ng lng to Sealre s l easo?*nsm in atries .. .1 401.1 H..rrie Appllance. Home riv6 in 10 oods. Houseohold Goodsl to 9dI Idmotive roducts not returned in the original ox, unused and Entalnmg ohrignlpmu
snours o1 ourchase are auttlrrs ra a II, nr~lnr ...in, allslan Inn IMPORTANT DEFERRED IT PROMOTIONA D~E ETAILS (HEN OFFERED): Ite~kL~f crule on a promnotionni Purcha~Se fronl the date 01 the purchase at the rcgltp rc ate
ES Ior Ie gnrlrB Dlrom~al.:.nal peial lnls *II .1.!...]l Ir. y...,rIa l;, (..t If the purchased i not paid in hit b the and of the promotlannil perln or If you default ulnd eml ~itrrate nt. Making the minrnimuma monthlly pnymentl Will Il0pay off ~!r~!If III timeLU
lifyinO Furceasns meae on a Sears enro l.....rs pllcon*r...ial I:lnc.* Accounts excinlded) Soans H(omo ovnntAccount'" valid on Instalaid ageso Onty 0 lr la vall Ir consumer accounts in) ad stan~ding and is subjec~tio Ftilalnout otie May not be combined Wlth r an othrcepoo
e0 of mainsN or more reajlre mlnlm..m rn~~icnll I')lman.14 sis dISClosd in1 theofr Sqars t di l p but if our accounts ItarI variablenrR (111 is upr to XB$,00% o 8003) 8/ and m~y vary I power rates may apply IMINIMUM 0 THLY FINANCE CHARGE:e LX See ardt
Inp whn tre aslu IlrBI6sl I[~bl Et~ra cads~ rre Iunit..n. nl frlllgrik (SQUt1l 08K1(4th NT4 $04[ IU f80sBUed by H BC Bank Novada, N A 0)In a nly v folr consulmer accoulntsn good Rclstandingl S card agreements for rates and minimulm p meant infonormatn appllsbt cr Oonf y
nl As II 9' o~n dal re olrne 1J.-n. ijerr.... l ..eR 28..61 (roe may very). M nimum aIUE~ t~~f Sao card agreement for detalle Includil\ deslcription of the mlnimumr payments~ Calculato n ann when the default rate ap~lleS, Offer is onl Mild 10f consumer GCC~nol epsne.59a
lGB1 800 minimurn Pdyrnln Inflrn~allnn c ilplle. ]rd.) I19 1"'1 d''.***not ri Sears 08td i8 Ispued Iby Clgn Ib ) N.Al~jhl Seqra Solutions Cipida are lasued by $86 99ak Nevada. N A Sears Is A rei.pustld Itadshlalrk 0j $ongs irqpdga, C Sol ale48pa` aote bovO nes UniS30hll~s tko.BW n~i
ducinorB Soecial partnJSRPel uIlpma *,sl.3. .audry*.121 I..wpreros 0 11t01810f0 Oxcluded. Environmentals lcarges extra


DRAWNINGS THROUGHOUT THE DAY
LIIImoleN per houashold. See store fo detaIl


Steve Denmark, Jr., I


Owner of 'the~h NEWiSeart

In Star ke!




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