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Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 2009
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City offering
low cost sod
to residents
For a limited time, the City
of Lake Butler is offering
St. Augustine sod to Union
County residents at the cost of
$50 a pallet plus tax.
If interested, stop by city
hall and show proof of Union
County residency to make
your advanced purchase. With
your paid receipt, you can
pick up your sod purchase at
the sprayfield on S.R. 121 on
the following pick-up dates:
Wednesday morning, Nov. 18,
or Saturday morning Nov. 21.
Return empty pallets for a $5
refund each. Sod cannot be
paid for at the. sod farm. You
must have your paid receipt
from city hall. For more
information, call (386) 496-
3401.

Pop Warner
awards
banquet
Saturday
The' Union County Pop
Warner Association will hold
its annual awards banquet on
Saturday, Nov.14, at 6 p.m. The
banquet will take place in the
Lake Butler Elementary School
cafeteria.
All Pop Warner cheerleaders,
football players and their
families are invited to bring
a covered dish for the pot-
luck dinner prior to the awards
ceremony.

Christmas
parade
applications
being
accepted
The Lake Butler Christmas
parade will take place on Friday,
Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. See inside for
parade entry application.

Women's
Expo
Nov 14
On Saturday, Nov. 14, from 9
a.m.-noon, Providence Village
Baptist Church will host a
women's expo.
There will be premiere,
Tiffany's-style and costume
jewelry along with custom
embroidery, bows, pet items,
handbags, home interiors,crafts
and much, much more. There
will also be free food, goodie
bags and door prizes.
The event will take place at
the church, located on C.R. 238
West in Providence.

Give the gift
of blood
Nov. 14, 16
The LifeSouth blood mobile
will be at Spires IGA, on
Saturday, Nov. 14, and at the
Union County Courthouse and
Hardee's restaurant on Monday,
Nov. 16. Each donor at Spires
IGA will receive a coupon for a
free 12-pack of water-courtesy
of the store.

Babe Ruth
election set
The Union County Babe
Ruth organization will hold a
meeting to elect officers on
Monday, Nov. 16, at 6 p.m.
The meeting will take place
at the O.J. Phillips Recreation
Complex inside the concession
building.


Group donates flag to LBES...
Representing Woodmen of the World, Jim Godwin recently donated a new American flag to Lake Butler
Elementary School to replace the school's, worn and tattered flag. Pictured Is Godwin with LBES Principal'
Lynn Bishop along with students whose families belong to the organization (1-r) Teala Howard, Shands
Howard, Audyn Woodington, Sabrena Howard, Josle Godwin and Wyatt Thomas. Also a member but not
pictured was Timber Underhlll. Woodmen is a financial services organization offering Insurance, annuities
and securities.


How to properly dispose of worn flags


Most people have been taught it is disrespectful to simply
throw an old, worn and tattered American flag away in the
trash. When it is time to retire your American flag, the proper
and dignified way to get rid of it is to burn it with the proper
ceremony.
You can take the flag to your local VFW post and they
will retire it properly with a formal ceremony. In 1937, a


ceremony for disposal of unserviceable flags was approved
through Resolution No. 440 by the National Convention of the
American Legion.
In Lake Butler, a special red, white and blue drop box is
located next to the Veterans Memorial at the Lake Butler Lodge
for discarding flags.


Event set for
Nov. 23
The . annual Farm-City
Week celebration will take
place on Monday, Nov. 23,
at 5:30 p.m. at the Lakeside
Community Center in Lake
Butler.
The celebration is open to
all Union County residents.
There will be aThanksgiving
celebration service
followed by. an agriculture
appreciation program.
Please bring a covered dish
and/or dessert that will go
with smoked chicken. Iced
tea and water will also
be provided. The keynote


speaker will- be
Duval County
agric ilture/
natural resources
agent Brad
Burbaugh. His
presentation will be
on sustaining family
farms and strengthening
communities.
Burbaugh has received a
national award for his work in
developing an alternative production
system for pastured poultry. He is
one of the founding members of
the Northeast Florida Small Farm
Working Group.
This group of farmers and extension
agents work at developing alternative,
high-value markets for specialty


District has new policy

for students caught smoking


The Union County School
-District and Union County
Health Department are
partneting together to bring a
new program to students. Thd
program will.'be provided to
those students who violate the
school's tobacco use policy.
Helping Teens Stop Using
Tobacco is a program designed
to assist students in quitting
tobacco use. The program
uses videos, demonstrations
and cooperative learning to
teach the tobacco users about
the negative consequences


of tobacco use. The students
will gain the knowledge,
motivation and action steps
to move toward a healthier,
tobacco-free lifestyle.
First-time tobacco use
violators will 'be given a
mandatory two days of in-
school suspension (ISS).
While serving ISS, students
will be taught the step-by-step
program.
The program is to be
facilitated by healthcare


providers who will provide
cessation options, guidance
and support as the students
design their own approach to
becoming tobacco-free.
Prevetition Coordinator
Margie Coburn said, "We
believe this is a positive
alternative to suspension.
It gives us an opportunity
to provide students with a
consequence for a negative
behavior that can have a
positive long-term outcome."
The new program is
scheduled to begin Nov. 16.


School

grades

earn

teacher

bonuses

On the average,
teachers received
$755 and non-
instructional
employees
received $326.
BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
As part of the state's School
Recognition Program, financial
awards are given to schools
that demonstrate sustained
or significantly improved
student performance. Schools
that receive an A or schools
that improve at least one
performance grade category are
eligible for school recognition.
Funds for the program are
awarded by the commissioner
of education in the amount
of $85 per student for each
qualifying school.
For the 2008-2009 school
year, UCHS received its first-
ever B grade and LBMS
received its very first A. Lake
Butler Elementary School
received another A, a grade it
has maintained for the past five
years. The overall grade for the
district was an A.
For the previous school year,
UCHS was rated as a D school,
LBMS was a C, and LBES
received an A grade.
As a result of the much-
improved school grades,
employees at the district's
See BONUS, p. 12A


pr agricultural
products.
Burbaugh has. been
instrumental in forming and expanding urban
farmers markets, which has helped Union
County's small farmers.
For more information about Farm-City
Week, please contact Jacque Breman Ph.D.
at the Union County Extension Office, (386)
496-2321.


Legislators to be

in Union for meet


Sen. Steve Oelrich
recently announced that
the annual legislative
delegation hearing for
Union County will
take place on Monday,
Nov. 16, at 10 a.m. The
meeting will be held in
the Board of County
Commissioners' meeting
room inside the Union
County Courthouse.
Oelrich and Rep. Janet
Adkins represent the


citizens of Union'County
in the Florida Legislature.
Each year, the delegation
holds a public hearing
in order to provide local
officials and the public with
an opportunity to discuss
any issues of interest or
concern with legislators.
For more information, or
to be placed on the agenda,
contact Oelrich's office at
(352) 375-3555.


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

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Bradford High honors courses

would be more selective


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
' Telegraph Editor

By next school year, students at
Bradford High School will have
to earn honors placement instead
of taking for granted they will be
placed their by request, according
to a new proposal from Principal
Doug Thoburn.
Thoburn wants to establish
criteria for placement in
honors classes and recently
recommended several changes to
the school board that the board
has endorsed.
Honors classes shouldn't
make up a social club, nor are
they a symbol of status prestige,
Thoburn told the board. They
should be rigorous courses with
higher academic expectations, he
said.
"If you were to go talk to
the teachers at Bradford High
School right now, they would
tell you that is currently not
the case," Thoburn said. For
example, there are students-
sitting in honors English and or
chemistry-courses that require
a lot of outside 'eading-who do
not score low on FCAT reading,
for example.
The result, Thoburn said, is
that teachers are forced to slow
down the pace of instruction or
water down the requirements
when students cannot read or
write on grade level.
Students will have to apply
for enrollment in honors courses
and their applications will need
a parent or guardians signature.
By signing, parents or guardians
are acknowledging that their
students will be participating in a
rigorous program with additional
course requirements.
Parental permission isn't the
only benchmark for participation
in the honors program. The
criteria form a three-tier system,


Family of
Civil War
vet sought
Walking through Hope Baptist
Church cemetery, in Theresa,
one would never recognize the
grave of the only Civil War
veteran, buried there- J. Owen
Swindle-because there is no
grave marker. After research
and documentation that he is
a distant relative, it is the goal
of the Scott Swindell family,
with the help of the Veteran's
Administration and friends to see
that a commemorative headstone
is placed on his grave.
An appropriate one has been
requested, and Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke has
graciously agreed to have it
delivered to them for installation.
Before this takes place, the family
would like to locate and involve
as many local descendents as
possible.
Swindle was born on or
about May 7, 1837, in (they
believe) Hampton, to Samuel
and Margareth Swindle who it is
thought probably migrated from
Hyde County, N.C. He was one
of 12 children and his siblings'
names were Willes, Owen,
Henry, Polly, James, Carolina,
Reina, David, Rebecca, Henry
(#2), Sandy and Doctor.
Beside Bradford County, the
Family also knows that relatives


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and all criteria or tiers must be
satisfied to qualify for honors
placement.
Tier I is based on FCAT
performance. The minimum is
Level 2 performance on FCAT
reading or math, and, depending
on the course, some may require
that performance on both sections
of the test.
Level 2 is actually considered
below grade level performance,
so it not a high bar to set. Most
ninth- and 10-graders at the high
school are testing at Level I and
2, so setting the bar any higher
would automatically disqualify
most from honors participation.
Honors English classes would
require a score of 3 out of 6 on
the FCAT writing test.
Tier 2 relates to a students
grade point average. A minimum
3.0 GPA (or no lower than a B)
is required in the course subject
area taken the week before. In
lieu of the 3.0 GPA, however, the
academic department may offer
students the option of passing a.
qualifying exam, but this is up to.
the department's discretion.
Third, students must receive
a recommendation, for honors
enrollment from their teacher
in a similar subject area from
the previous year. Without a
recommendation, students can
still apply for honors enrollment,
but only with acknowledgement
from their parent or guardian
that the enrollment was not
recommended and the rigorous
nature of the coursework could
result in.a decline in GPA.
According to Thoburn, honors
course requirements will not
be adjusted to accommodate
those who are not academically
prepared to meet those
requirements.
In order to make these
changes, Thoburn said he needed
the backing of the school board


also lived in Clay, Alachua and
Marian counties.
Swindle and thrC= of his,
brothers served lIdthe Cbofederate
-Army He enlistedin-the-SevenlTh
Florida Infantry, Company C on
May 16, 1862, at Camp Lee. He
wascaptured in Danville, Ky.,and
then exchanged at Vicksburg in
late 1862. He was captured again
on July 22, 1864, near Atlanta
and sent to Camp Chase prison.
His cards indicated that he was
called "General J.O. Swindle."
Owen Swindle was forwarded
for exchange on May 4, 1865, to
City Point, Va. As for the other
three Army brothers, James
returned home to live out his life;
Willis died of a disease while on
duty in Chattanooga; and Henry
was killed in the battle of Atlanta
on the same day that Swindle was
captured. The family believes
that his death was the reason that
a second son was alsq named
Henry.
Swindle married Eugenia
Louisa Crosby in 1890 in
SHampton. According to records
examined, they had children
named Millie (or Molly), Ella,
Delia, Joel, Hanna and Dave
Walker. The names Mrs. A.O.
(Edith) Andrews and Mrs. J.W.
Hagan enter into the family
history somewhere. It is also
known that Owen had a grandson
named Leroy Swindle.
. Swindle's wife, Eugenia,
sister Hanna and mother are
also buried in the Hope Baptist


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because it appears that for some
time parents have been used to
telling the school where their
children should-be placed.
"If we're looking out for the
needs of all students, we need to
drive the boat, but to do that, we
have to have clear criteria," he
said.
He noted that honors classes
are not required for college
admission, but he has a -hard
time explaining that to parents.
The bottom line, he said, is that
if a child who doesn't qualify for
honors under the tier system is
better off taking classes where
they can raise their grades and
their GPA. An A in English is
better for one's GPA than a C in
Honors English, he said.
"Ultimately, we want to provide
that student the education that's
tailored for their ability level," he
said.
Thoburn acknowledged that
FCAT scores are not what the
principal or school board would
want them to be. He said looking
at the low FCAT scores compared
to the large number of honors
courses offered, there seems to
be a disconnect.
But the school is not being
graded on FCAT performance
alone anymore. The number of
students taking and succeeding
at advanced placement and dual-
enrollment courses will also
contribute to the school's grade,
so Thoburn said those students
need to be prepared through their
honors classes for the challenges
posed by college-level courses ..-
The honors placement
program would come into effect
during the next school year. It
has the preliminary approval
of the school board, and will
actually become part of the pupil
progression plan at the high
school following a future public
hearing and board vote.


Church cemetery.
It is important to the family
tu., locate s, ,many -of .-Owen-
S yindle's 'amib and include
them the ceremony to mark the
grave. Information can be sent
to Billie Goff (granddaughter of
Scott Swindell), 2370 N. Azalea
Dr., Avon Park, FL 33825. Goff
can also be reached at 863-453-
4615 and jordongoff@tnni.net.


Fill a shoebo

Trinity Baptist Church ii
Keystone Heights, First Churcl
of God in Florahome, and Graci
United Methodist Church ii
Lawtey are relay centers fo
Operation Christmas Chil
shoeboxes.
Individuals, churches and civic
groups can fill standard-sized
shoeboxes with toys, school



Inmate fee!
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

As he discussed with the
Bradford County Commission
in September, Sheriff Gordon
Smith has implemented a new
fee system at the jail to help cover
maintenance and medical costs..
Charges begin with a $15
processing fee when an inmate is
booked into the jail. According
to Capt. Brad Smith, fees will
continue to add up as inmates are
charged form'ertaitr ,mdidations
and medical costs. .at- d
with preexisting or self-inflicted
conditions.
Fees will generally appear
small, such as the $5 charge to
visit the nurse outside of normal
sick calls or the $8 nonemergency
physician visit. However, outside
medical visits will be billed at


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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. We
also provide the entry level police/cross-over exam.
Please contact Susan or Pam at 904-964-5278 to
schedule an appointment for this test; or go online to
floridaworksonline.com and complete. the registration
form.


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CITY OF LAWTEY


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c Nov. 16-23. In Keystone Heights, (800) 409-1453.
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due to lack of. funds and fee and just it toward repairs at
payments will be spread out over the jail or catastrophic inmate E
the length of incarceration, Capt. medical costs usually resulting �
Smith said. from hospitalization or surgery.
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'these services, the sheriff is of money in the revenue fund
trying to reduce the burden to the will be open for inspection and it
taxpayer and make inmates more will.not be used as a "slush fund"
responsible for the consequences to purchase vehicles or other
of their actions. Money collected items. He also said if the amount
from the seidice fees ,will. be,'"df"in'oiey in 'the fund becomes'
utilied fr.or'.~~Y i,nanic . ga.d ewcessihe, then . portion .will.,
upkeep of the jail facility," he be .turned over to the county
said. commission.
In speaking to the commission,
Sheriff Smith called it "cash
register justice." .




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Clarification
The Hampton Parent's Athletic
Association would like to clarify
that the association itself is not
a new organization, but has
recently appointed its new board
and now has an organized team
playing at Bobbie Sheppard
Memorial Park.

Nov. 14 is
National
Gaming Day
On Saturday, Nov. 14, the
Bradford County Public Library
will host the American Library
Association's second annual
National Gaming Day.


Those of you who have
participated in the past know that
with the help of Aaron's Rent-to-
Own, the library goes all out.
There will be three oversized
high-definition screens strung
to next-generation consoles
featuring brand-spanking-new
racing, fighting, and sports titles.
Coupled with an amalgam of
board games and Magic: the
Gathering, there is no better
way to spend four hours of your
weekend.
The ALA National Gaming
Day at Bradford' County Public
Library is geared toward and
open specifically to area teens,
including preteens in sixth grade.
Admission is free. Please make
available some form of picture


identification-a driver's license
or-a school ID-to confirm your
age at check-in.
More information can be
requested from the library's front
desk or by calling 904-368-3911.

Christmas toy
ride Nov. 14
The Faithriders Motorcycle
ministry of. Madison Street
Baptist Church will be hosting a
toy ride on Saturday, Nov. 14. All
toys and monies collected will
benefit the Toys for Kids program
sponsored by the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce
and the Starke Lions Club.
Cost to ride is $10 and one new


unwrapped toy per bike (no toy
weapons please) or $20 without
a toy.
A free hot breakfast will be
served at 9 a.m. at Madison Street
Baptist Church for all riders and
anyonedonating to this wonderful
program. The ride begins at 10
a.m. in the east parking lot and
will last approximately an hour
and a half, ending back at' the
church.
Join the Faithriders as they try
to make a difference in the lives
of local children.
For more information, please
contact Rick Ward at (904) 813-
9621.


Car wash in
.Keystone
Nov. 14
A car wash will be held in
Keystone Heights Saturday, Nov.
14, to benefit the Harvest of Hope
Foundation. Senior education
majors from Dr. Jodi Eisterhold's
ESOL foundations class at the
University of Florida will host.
The car wash will take
place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at
Hitchcock's. Suggested donation
is $5.
Harvestof Hope assists migrant
farmworkers with everything
from housing, utility and food
expenses to scholarships for
children of farmworkers who are
attending college.


Preschool
story times
at Bradford
library
Story times for preschoolers
at the Bradford County Public
Library take place on Wednesday
mornings at 10 a.m. This free
45-minute program is fun for
preschoolers and their parents,
and features stories, music and
crafts.
Upcoming programs include
"Give Thanks" on Nov. 18.
The library is located at 456
W. Pratt Street in Starke. For
more information, speak to the
children's department at the
library by calling 904-368-3911.


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Missing kids in

neighbor counties

leads to local planning


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

From the mysterious
disappearance of Haleigh
Cummings in Putnam County
in February to the tragic case
of' Somer Thompson, who was
abducted from Clay County and
murdered last month, a great
deal of attention has been placed
on what to do when a child goes
missing and how to keep kids
safe.


Child Safety
Meeting for Parents
Bradford School
District boardroom
Monday, Nov. 16,
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Tips on:
Cyber Safety
(Chilrl Saf-tw


Local law enforcement %...111U" 1 y
agency members along with Bullying and
representatives from government, Harassment
the business community and the
media met with Chris Bray of an
organization known as A Child Free Pizza and
is Missing on Monday to discuss
how it can put its tool into action childcare!
within minutes of a missing child
report being filed. County-including tips for using
Capt. Brad Smith of the A Child is Missing-and future
Bradford County Sheriff's round tables will be held to
Office said the proximity of. discuss the plan and the roles of
the Cummings and Thompson other agencies in responding to
cases raises the question of how missing person cases.
Bradford County would respond . "Time is critical, and the better
were it to happen here. plan you have-the quicker you
BCSO employees Mike can get organized and get on
McKenzie,. Gail Russell and task-the better off you are,"
Elizabeth Sheppard all spent Russell said.
time assisting in Clay County.
After hearing what they had Child safety
to say, Smith said Clay County
seemed'well prepared and said meeting
the sheriff's office wants to
model a local response plan off planned
of Clay's that involves a number On Monday evening, Nov.
of local agencies. 16, the Bradford County School
"It's a community event when District is holding a child
it happens," Smith said. safety forum for parents. It will
Local response can quickly begin at 5:30 p.m. in the district
grow into a regional or statewide boardroom.
response and there needs to be an Gwen Rhodes, a victim
outline in place for how that is to advocate from the office of the
happen, he said. attorney general, will discuss
McKenzie has used A Child is Internet safety, and child safety
Missing in the past and advocated tips will be offered by district
it as one of the first steps local law safety specialist Bear Bryan,
enforcement should take because BCSO resource officer Sherri
of how quickly information can Mann and. Lawtey Police
be disseminated. With one phone Department's Lizzie Edenfield.
call from an officer and a few There will also be discussion of
answered questions, the Florida- bullying and harassment.
based group can begin getting The meeting is not appropriate
the word out. , . * cfidren.;6lchildcare- is
Bray,a formerlaw enforceorilem,�Ralatable, 06"Site at the Rainbbw
man himself, talked about the Center by calling 904-966-6039
nonprofit organization, which by Friday, Nov. 13.
has been around since 1997 and Domino's is providing
was formed because there was no free pizza and drinks for the
nationwide program that, could meeting.
begin notifying people in a given
area quickly when someone went I
missing.
A Child is Missing uses
a telephone database tens of
millions of numbers, a geo-
mapping system and satellite
imagery as its tools. When R
they get a call from an officer M e t a I &
about a missing person case, 0 Yar Waanty
representatives gather as much (40 Year Warrant
information as is available,
from physical description to last
known location, and any eye-
witness information about what
might have happened.
Technicians immediately begin
mapping the area to look for
dangers in the vicinity that law HEND
enforcement may want to check, HOMES & R(
such as wooded areas or bodies Ba uCo Hm
of water. They look for hot spots Beautiful Custom Homes
where a child may be hidden. 386-49
They also begin putting together Insured & S
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the information provided by law Roofing & Resid
enforcement. JASON HEN[
Identifying a specific area, CCC#1328866
their system begins making
hundreds or thousands of calls
in the vicinity of the incident,
widening the call area asneeded.
Citizens are provided with
pertinent information and even
sometimes asked to go outside
and look around.
They are also told who to call
with any information regarding
the case,and call they do.A Child | C O S
is Missing has been successful L W
in locating missing or abducted
children, some of whom have A C C INATI
been found several states away. U C II
The organization also works to
find seniors citizens who wander Lake Butler
. off, mentally or physically
disabled individuals, etc. Across from the Union
Services are no cost to law next to Puppy
enforcement agencies, A Child is
Missing is funded by grants and Community Veterir
private donations. All an agency Dr. Cindy Rosenfeld w
has to do to participate is send a with a mobile ve
letter, Bray said.
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Smith and Russell will be No credit or deb
working to adapt the Clay For moreinformation
County response plan to Bradford For more information


The Starke Christmas Parade has a new route that circles Wainwright Park.


Starke Christmas parade now an evening event


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The city of Starke is trying
something new this year with
its Christmas parade, holding
it on a Friday night instead of a
Saturday morning.
The city wants to encourage
increased participation and
turnout as well as take advantage
of the evening hours to create a
beautifully lit parade.
The city commission is also
combining the parade with its
annual Christmas tree lighting
ceremony at Wainwright Park.
Following the parade, Santa
Claus will make an appearance
at the park, and there will be
singing and refreshments.
Paradeentry formsareavailable


Legislators
here Nov. 16
The annual meeting of the
Bradford County Legislative
Delegation with members Sen.
Steve Qperich, Rep.;Janet Adkins
and Rep. Charles Van Zant will
hold a public hearing to provide
local officials and the public an
opportunity to discuss issues of
interest.
The hearing will be held in the
county commission boardroom


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at the North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce, 100 E.
Call St. The application deadline
is Tuesday, Dec. 1. Participants
must contact the chamber on
Tuesday, Dec. 3, to receive their
parade lineup number.
This year's theme is "A
Christmas Carol."
The parade will take place on
Friday, Dec. 4, at 6 p.m., although
line up will begin in front of
Shands Starke at 4 p.m. Floats
will be judged at 5 p.m. and the
winners will be asked to return
Wainwright Park with Santa
following the parade.
With new parade plans comes
a new parade route. The parade
will travel from the hospital on
East Call Street to Water Street,
where it will make a right. It will


on Monday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m'
For more information or to be
placed on the agenda, contact
Oel rich's office at 352-375-3555.


circle Wainwright Park, making
a left at Bridges Street and
another left onto Church Street.
It will travel back down to Call
and make a right, completing
its trip through downtown. At
Walnut Street, the parade will
take a right and break up at the
First Baptist Church parking lot..
Because the parade is taking
place after dark, participants
must place increased emphasis
on safety. As always, no candy
may be thrown from any float
or vehicle. This rule cannot be
broken, and violators will be
asked to leave the parade.
If participants want todistribute
candy, it must be. done by adult
walkers. This year, walkers
must wear reflective clothing or
devices for safety. There is a limit


of two adult walkers per entry
to reduce the overall number
.of walking participants. They
must also maintain parade pace
because of the train schedule.
Children should be riders in
the parade and not walkers.
The parade committee also
requests that no live Santas
appear on any entry because the
real Santa will be riding at the
end of the parade. Inappropriate
entries may be rejected.
Those who attend the parade
as spectators and bring children
should take extra care to keep
them out of the street.
For more information, contact
the chamber at 904-964-5278.


www.bctelegraph.com


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NOTICE
TAX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD

COUNTY OF UNION, TAX YEAR 2009-2010



MEMBERS OF BOARD


Honorable M. Wayne Smith, Chairman Honorable Karen Cossey
Board of County Commissioners, District No. 4 Board of County Commissioners, District No., 1

Honorable Alvin Griffis Sal Perez
School Board, District No. 2 Business Owner Within the School District


Elery Griffis
Homestead Property Owner




The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render decisions relating to
property tax assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.




THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD

Number of Parcels
- - Reduction in
Type Exemptions Assessments* Both County Shift in
ofr -- - _______ Taxable Value Taxes Due
Property Due to Board to Board
Granted Requested Reduced Requested Withdrawn Due to Board to Board
o Actions Actions
or
Resolved
Residential 25
Commercial
Industrial & Miscellaneous 4
Agricultural or Classified Use I I * 8 17,950.00 333.53
High Water Recharge
Historic Commercial or Nonprofit
Business. Machinery & Equipment
Vacant Lots & Acreage
TOTALS I 1 37 $ 17,950.00 S 333.53
*Includes transfer of assessment difference (portability) requests.




Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the
Chairperson or Clerk at the following telephone numbers:


CHAIRPERSON: Karen E. Cossey (386) 496-4241
CLERK: Regina H. Parrish (386) 496-3711


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Brooker has Terrific Kids


Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Brooker Elementary School for the month of September were
(front-back, I-r) Zachary Gitzen, Landon Green, Jewel Stifel, Jenna Mueller, Whitney
Gitzen, Chase Crawford, Lindsay Call and Sarah Hirsch. They are pictured with
KIwanian Jeff Johnson, Starke police chief.
Not pictured: Teacher of the Month Mrs. Clark.



Lake residents learn about flood map
changes around Sampson, Crosby, Rowell


.BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
2; Telegraph Editor

A meeting last week on changes
for lake dwellers regarding
'FEMA flood map changes was
moderately attended and residents
were given the information they
needed to challenge.
For two hours prior to the
meeting, residents from around
the county who received letters
regarding their properties came
and went as they inspected the
computerized flood maps to see
how they had been affected.
Representatives then joined
a small group to specifically
discuss the study of Sampson,
Crosby and Rowell -Lakes, but
what it boiled down to was
this: The areas around the lakes
previously. had no basic flood
elevation set, and now they do-
around 135 feet.
Those owning structures that
fall beneath the basic flood
elevation could be required to
carry flood insurance on those
buildings. Those with federally
backed mortgages will be
'required to: In other cases, it
would be up to the lender.
In general, those present
-weren't happy about paying
'for additional insurance or the
impact being in a designated
flood hazard area could have on
the resell value of the properties.
Some went as far as questioning


Holiday bazaar
returns to
FUMC
At the annual First United
Methodist Church Bazaar on
Nov. 18 and 19, hostesses will
"tie one on"-aprons that is.
Aprons of many styles, material
and occasions will be for sale
from the "models."
The Starke church's fellowship
hall will be a true bazaar setting
with stalls or booths featuring
Artists or vendors selling a variety
of selections during the 11 a.m.
'until 7 p.m. hours.
S As always, the bakery, pantry,
boutique and decorations in the
;holiday rooms will offer all the
favorites.
Silentauction items will include
.a mountain retreat, a river fishing
get-a-way, a Longaberger basket
:and a quilt from senior citizens
:in the Red Bird Missionary
'Conference.
From 5 to 7 p.m. each evening,
:a prime rib dinner with all the
trimmings will be served for a
$20 donation. An advance ticket
*is suggested from any UMW
.member or the church office.
Local, national and/or
international mission work will
benefit from the event.
SThe church is located at 200
North Walnut St., Starke. (904)
964-5812.


the.science involvedin the study
based on their own experience
with flooding-or rather the lack
thereof-on their properties.
Experts even admitted that the
data used was not as refined as it
could have been.
One resident pointed out that
having a basic flood elevation
set was a positive thing. Future
development could be built with
the minimum elevation in mind
and potentially avoid flood
insurance costs.
All were provided information
on how to go about challenging
FEMA on the flood map
elevations calculated for their
properties. Again it had to be
explained that the 90-diy window,
to respond during this phase of
the process really applied to local
governments who might want to
protest large-scale changes.
Individual property owners
may submit what is known as a
Letter of Map Change to FEMA
at any time with supporting
evidence that shows the elevation
of their property differs from
what the flood map shows.
Some may have that elevation
information as a part of an
existing property survey. Others
will have to have pay for surveys
that reveal that information-
and the results may not be what
they're hoping they will be.
Letter of Map Change forms
can be found at FEMA's Map


Starke church
providing
Thanksgiving
dinner
FirstChristianChurchofStarke
'is offering a free Thanksgiving
dinner on Thanksgiving Day,
Nov. 26, at 11:30 a.m. and 12:15
p.m.
Dinner will include turkey,
stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy,
rolls, green beans, cranberry
sauce and home baked pies.
The community is.. invited
to come to a warm loving
environment for a holiday meal
provided by a church family that
cares enough to sacrifice their
holiday. :
The folks at .First Christian
are prepared to'feed 200 people.
Reservations are required. Please
call 904-964-6100. The church is
located at 507 W. Call St.
First Christian is also
delivering more than 100 meals
to those who serve and work on
Thanksgiving Day, including
employees of the hospital, police
department, sheriff's office, fire
and rescue, the jail and Florida
Highway Patrol.

Rec board
meets Nov. 12
The next meeting of the Starke
Recreation Advisory Board will
be Thursday, Nov. 12, at 5:30
p.m. at city hall.


Service Center (msc.fema.gov),
but submitting such a letter
now would mean owners are
challenging the current maps,
not the new maps, which won't
be finalized until sometime in
2011.
Representatives nevertheless
collected comments from
members of the public who
attended the meeting or just came
by to look at the maps. They were
told those comments will be used
as evaluation of the new maps
moves forward.
Representatives said future
studies of areas along Alligator
Creek and Hampton Lake could
be undertaken if resources arc
made available.
i


Greater Bethlehem Free Will
Baptist Church is hosting
Gospel E\plosion feature the
group Ne%% Spirit on Saturda,.
Not. 14. at 7:30 p.m. Other
groups. soloists and choirs
will also perform. Everyone is
welcome.

Brooker Church of God of
Prophecy on Olive Avenue in
Brooker will hold a benefit sing
at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 14,
featuring Gospel Sounds. For
more information, please call
352-485-1142 or 904-964-5384.

Full Gospel Church, located
on S.R. 100 west at the Bradford-
Union county line, will hold a
yard sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on
Saturday, Nov. 14, with proceeds
used to provide Thanksgiving
baskets in Union County. Lunch
will be on sale. The church will
hold a revival with Evangelist
Larry D. Richards of Georgia as
guest speaker Nov. 15-20 at 7
p.m. Everyone is welcome. For
more information, please call
904-964-8422 or 904-964-6316.

Melrose Church of Christ
will host a series of lessons tilted
"Pure Lives for Christ,". Friday,
Nov. 20, through Sunday Nov.
22. The church is located at 8702
S.R. 21N. Call 352-475-2129 or
e-mail gene.morgan@msn.com
for information.

Believers' Harvest Time
Ministries annual yard sale will
feature 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 Grandin in the
back field at 106 Sykes Rd., right
off of S.R, 100. The sale runs
through Nov. 14 from 9 a.m.-5,
p.m. everyday but Sunday.

Old-Providence Baptist
Church on Northwest C.R. 245
in Lake Butler will hold a Fall
Festival Hoedown on Saturday,
Nov. 14, beginning at 4 p.m.
The festival will feature free
barbecue and a fiee'bluckrass
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gospel concert for eer)one.
There %\ill be games for kids. a
cake\\alk, dunking booth and
much more.

Victory Christian Center
invites everyone to Pastor
Patrick and Lady Pergina
Maxwell's 12th year anniversary
on Sunday, Nov. 15, at 11:30
a.m. Minister Joe Maxwell
is guest speaker. Dinner will
be served afterward. For
more information, please
call 386-496-2115 or e-mail
wogteacher@yahoo.com.

Grace Recovery is a faith-based
support program that assists
those with a desire to be free
from various types of addiction.
Weekly meetings include
teachings from the Twelve


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Is Strawberry Fields HUD housing or condos?


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor


The two big questions in
Bradford County housing these
days are "What's going to happen
to T.H.E. Apartments?" (see side
bar) and "What will Strawberry
Fields turn out to be?"
Strawberry Fields is a 234-
unit complex to be built on
Thomas Street, with Alligator
Creek running along one side of
the development.
' The current plan shows 13
three-story buildings, with a
clubhouse, laundry and pool.
The site plan submitted to
Starke's Planning and Zoning
board states that Strawberry
'Fields is "a HUD community,"
indicating that public housing,
Section 8 tenants will be included
in its market.
Starke Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson said plans for
the development were still in the
final stages of preparation.
"I believe the developers of this
construction are now planning to
finance the project privately," he
said. That would mean that the
developers would be less inclined
to take in public housing tenants.
Thompson wasn't expecting
the developer to walk away from
the project at this point, given
that they have already given the
city $18,000 simply to consider
the site plan.
The developer is Sultan Rafeek
of FSRZ Development Group
LLC, centered in Palm Bay.
Rafeek told the Monitor on


Monday that he was leaning
toward private financing, with no
HUD money in the picture.
"I will speak to my partners,
but I think we will try to finance
privately. We haven't decided yet
whether to go with affordable
housing or just condos. We're
looking into it."
Rafeek said he "has plenty of
personal experience in developing
major housing projects, with
other company names.
"We did bigger projects than
this in New York ,City with a 35
story building in Tribeca, near
Wall Street. We converted four
landmark buildings into one,
with new construction," he said.
Rafeek said he started out as
a construction worker years ago,
and worked his way up. He said
he might be looking to move into
the north central Florida area at
a later date.
Thompson said Rafeek had
previously submitted a plan for
a different development, to be
called Georgetown. For various
reasons, that plan was withdrawn
and the Strawberry Fields plan
submitted instead.
There are a number of rather
major details still to be worked
out, Thompson said, not the least
of which is payment of $800,000
in impact fees.
"Roads in that Thomas Street
area must be developed. There are
infrastructure details still to be
worked out with city engineering
staff including sewer and
drainage. The development will
require a lift station," Thompson


said. -
He added that Florida' Power
and Light runs through the
property and would provide
utilities, while Starke would get
a 6 percent franchise fee.
Thompson said he thought if
the units ended up on the condo
market they would clock in at
somewhere in the $100,000 to
$130,000 range.
The operations manager said
at one time Rafeek mentioned
building specialty housing
along Alligator Creek, but has
also considered a mini-medical
center, such as a pharmacy.
Thompson added that if the
development moves " toward
private financing and the
condo market, he didn't see any
negatives, once the engineering
questions are settled.
"I believe this development
will upgrade that area and be
an asset to the community,"
Thompson said.
He added that he believed the
city commission would be more
inclined to view the development
favorably with private financing,
few or no public housing units.
The development could become
Starke's introduction to condo
living.
A rezoning application for
Strawberry Fields has been
submitted and will go before the
city zoning board on Nov. 16.

What will happen
to T.H.E.?
Two weeks ago, Dave Madden


stated that he was down to the last
six or seven tenants in Starke's
T.H.E. subsidized housing
apartments. Madden is a HUD
sub-contractor from Atlanta,
and was sent to move T.H.E.
tenants out after HUD decided it
would no longer make payments
for what it called sub-standard
housing.
At the time, Madden said
sliding glass doors -on units at
Country Club Woods was the
only holdup.
The Florida Attorney General's
office lists Haven Starke LLC
as the owner of T.H.E., with a
principal address in North Miami
Beach. Attorney Victor K. Rones
of North Miami Beach has been
listed as the registered agent.
Harris Millman, also of North
Miami Beach, is referenced as
the manager of Haven Economic
Development Inc., and apparently
he owns T.H.E. Apartments.
Starke Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson said on Friday
only three units were still
occupied. The Gainesville Sun
reported on Monday that only
one apartment still had tenants in
it. Madden said he will be in town
for about another month after the
last tenant has been relocated.
Now the question is: "What
will happen to T.H.E.?"
The Sun quoted Starke police
officer Don Spriggle as saying
that the complex would be
boarded up, which could create
safety and law enforcement issues


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Top box top collectors awarded
Starke Christian School recently had a contest among
its students to collect box tops that can be redeemed
for educational support funds. The winner in each
class received a gift certificate donated by the Florida
Twin Theatre In Starke. Top collectors in the school
were; (pictured front-back, I-r) Ella Dinkins, Harrison
Davis, Caleb Green, Ashley Whelehan and Megan Allen.
Not pictured: Cody Meadows. Box tops are found on
specially marked boxes and packages of food and paper
products. If you would like to donate box tops to the
school, you may drop them off any day from 8 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. at the campus located at 507 W. Call St. in
Starke.


for the area, not to mention the
affect on'local property values..
.Thompsoni said he hoped to see
a buyer take the development for


renovations, or see the half dozen
T.H.E. buildings razed.


BRADFORD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County School Board will
hold a Public Hearing on November
17, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. to present
updated Board Policies. Immediately
following the Public Hearing, there
will be a Special Board Meeting to
approve the Policies presented during.
the Public Hearing.
10/15 5tchg 11/12-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000050
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO. BANK, NA AS
TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRENDA G. HIGHSMITH, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated October 30,
2009, and entered in Case No. 04-
2009-CA-000050 of the Circuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and
for Bradford County, Florida in which
Wells Fargo Bank, Na As.Trustee, is
the Plaintiff and Brenda G. Highsmith,
are defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash in
Bradford County, Florida on the 3rd
day of December, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
COMMENCE AT NE CORNER OF
SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, AND RUN,
SOUTHERLY ALONG SECTION
LINE 210 FEET FOR POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTHERLY 130 FEET, THENCE
WESTERLY PARALLEL TO NORTH
SECTION LINE 660 FEET; THENCE.
NORTHERLY 340 FEET, THENCE
EASTERLY 450 FEET, THENCE
SOUTHERLY 210 FEET, THENCE
EASTERLY 210 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. BEING
IN NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4, SECTION
2, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SAVE AND EXCEPTING
THE FOLLOWING: COMMENCE
AT THE NE CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, AND RUN SOUTH
87 DEGREES, 57 MINUTES 50
SECONDS WEST FOR 531.90'
FEET ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 2, TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH
0 DEGREES 00 MINUTES AND 10
SECONDS WEST FOR 340 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES,
57 MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST,
FOR 128.10 FEET; THENCE NORTH
0 DEGREES, 00 MINUTES 10
SECONDS EAST FOR 340 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES,,57
MINUTES AND 50 SECONDS EAST
FOR 128.10 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, EXCEPTING
THEREFROM ANY PART LYING
WITHIN THE COUNTY, ROAD
RIGHT OF WAY.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
1981 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, BEARING IDENTIFICATION
NO.. FDGA4BX1240 AND
FEDGA4BU1240.
A/K/A 7352 203RD WAY, STARKE,
FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated in Bradford County, Florida this
30th day of October, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Albertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
P.O. Box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
(813)221-4743
JV-08-14078
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.
Persons with a disability who need
any accommodation in order to
participate should call Jan Phillips,


ADA Coordinator, Alachua County SAID DEFENDANTS) AND ALL
Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave., OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337- THROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST
6237 within two (2) working days - DEFENDANT(S); UNKNOWN
of receipt of this notice; if you are TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
hearing impaired, please call 1-800- #2;
955-8771; if you are voice impaired, Defendant(s)
please call' 1-800-955-8770. NOTICE OF SALE
11/5 2tchg 11/12-BCT Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment of
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Foreclosure entered in the above-
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
hold 'a Public Auction on Friday, Bradford County, Florida, I will sell the
November 13, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. at property situate in Bradford County,
2117 N. Temple Ave., Starke, FL on Florida, described as:
the following storage unit containing LOT 5 AND 6, BLOCK 1 OF
personal items: GOULD'S PARK, AN UNRECORDED
#32-K. Moore SUBDIVISION IN THE CITY OF
11/5 2tchg.11/12-BCT HAMPTON, FLORIDA, BEING IN
THE NE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF
IN THE CIFjCUIT COURT OF THE SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUITOF RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
CIVIL DIVISION DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000266 COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY . _ . ..CORNER OF SAID SECTION 30,
SERVICES, INC., . .. AS PER D.0,T.-R/W MAP OF ROAD
Plaintiff, . , 325, SECTION 2856-150 AND RUN
vs. SOUTH 89 DEGREES, 35 MINUTES
CHRISTOPHER BROWN A/K/A AND 40 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
CHRISTOPHER I. BROWN; THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
UNKNOWN. SPOUSE OF THEREOF 150.00 FEET TO
CHRISTOPHER BROWN A/K/A AN. INTERSECTION WITH THE
CHRISTOPHER I. BROWN; ANGLE CENTERLINE OF COUNTY ROAD
R. BROWN A/K/A ANGELA R. 325, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES,
BROWN; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF 24 MINUTES AND 20 SECONDS
ANGLE R. BROWN A/K/A ANGELA EAST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE,
R. BROWN; IF LIVING, INCLUDING 230.00 FEET TO A SET NAIL;
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE 'THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 35
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF MINUTES AND 40 SECONDS EAST,
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, PARALLEL WITH THE NORTHERLY
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN BOUNDARY OF -SAID SECTION 30,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, A DISTANCE OF 30.00 FEET TO AN
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, IRON ROD SET ON THE EASTERLY
LIENORS,ANDTRUSTEES/ANDALL BOUNDARY OF THE R/W OF SAID
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, COUNTY ROAD 325 (ALSO BEING
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE NORTHWESTERLY CORNER
THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS; .,)F SAID LOT 5) FOR THE POINT
SHANDS TEACHING HOSPITAIt OF BEGINNING , FROM POINT OF
AND CLINICS, INC. D/B/A SHANDS BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
ATSTARKE; WHETHER DISSOLVED CONTINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES 35
OR PRESENTLY EXISTING, MINUTES AND 40 SECONDS EAST,
TOGETHER WITH ANY GRANTEES, PARALLEL WITH SAID NORTHERLY
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, BOUNDARY AND ALONG THE
LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES OF NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID


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at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, Front entrance of.
the east side of the Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 North . Temple
Avenue Starke, FL 32091 at 11:00
AM, on December 10, 2009.
DATED THIS 271" day of October,
2009.
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.
Witness, my hand and seal of this,
court on the 271h day of October,
2009.


CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
THIS INSTRUMENT PREPARED
BY:
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Phone: 813-915-8660
Attorneys for Plaintiff


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needing a special accommodation ..
to participate in this proceeding ',
should contact the ASA Coordinator'-.
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Nov. 12, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION Page 7A


for Ameriquest Mortgage Securities 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR
S LfA L Trust 2005-R3, Asset-Backed Pass- RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF
Through Certificates, Series 2005- SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING
Continued from Page 6A R3, Plaintiff and John W. Hallonquist IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF
Continued from Page 6A are defendantss, I will sell to the YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL:
highest and best bidder for cash, IN 1-800-955-8770
please call (800)955-8771 (TDD) or THE LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR DATED at Starke, Florida, this 261"
(800)955-8770 (voice), via Florida OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY day of October, 2009.
Relay Service. COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 945 RAY NORMAN
11/5 2tchg 11/12-BCT NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA AT Bradford County, Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 11:00 A.M. on January 7, 2010 the By: Lisa Brannon
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA following described property as set Deputy Clerk
CIVIL DIVISION forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF-
CASE NO. LOT FIVE (5), BLOCK A AND THE SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
042008CA000464XXX),XX WEST 15 FEET OF LOT ONE 10004 North Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite
LITTON LOAN SERVICING, L.P, (1), OF THE HAVEN, BEDFORD .112
Plaintiff, LAKE, ACCORDING TO THE Tampa, Florida 33618
vs .- PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN 09-139881
MARK YOUNGBLOOD, et al., PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 25, OF THE 11/5 2tchg 11/12-BCT
Defendants. PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
NOTICE OF SALE ". COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
pursuant to an Order or Summary THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN FLORIDA
Final.Judgment of foreclosure dated THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF GENERAL JURISDICTION
October 27, 2009, and entered .in THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS DIVISION
Case No. 042008CA000464XXXXXX MUST FILE. A CLAIM WITHIN 60 CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000325
of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford DAYS AFTER THE SALE. RESIDENTIAL FUNDING COMPANY,
County, Florida, wherein LITTON IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH LLC
LOAN SERVICING, LP. is Plaintiff and A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS PLAINTIFF
MARK YOUNGBLOOD; STATE OF ANY ACCOMMODATION -IN VS.
FLORIDA; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN JESSIE STARNS A/K/A JESSIE D.
1; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE STARNS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE
ALLUNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, OF JESSIE STARNS A/K/A JESSIE
INTERESTS BY, THROUGH TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN D. STARNS IF ANY; ASHLEY B.
UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT RAGANS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
DEFENDANT TO THIS ACTION, OR Bradford County Courthouse, ASHLEY B. RAGANS; ANY AND ALL
HAVING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE 945 North Temple Avenue, P.O. UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST Box B, Starke, FL 32091 WITHIN THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
IN THE PROPERTY HEREIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF YOUR THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE OF DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
sell to the highest and best bidder for SALE: IF YOU ARE HEARING KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
cash at in the Lobby of the Bradford IMPAIRED CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL: PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 at Bradford 1-800-955-8770 INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
County, Forida,, at 11:00 a.m. on the DATED at Starke, Florida, this 27r DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
7th day of January, 2010, the following day of October, 2009. CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE.AND JANE
described property as set forth in said RAY NORMAN DOE AS UNKNOWN, TENANTS IN
Order or Final Judgment, to-wit: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT POSSESSION
LOTS ONE (1) AND THREE . Bradford County, Florida DEFENDANTS)
(3) OF BLOCK 33, IN J. . By: Lisa Brannon NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
JOHNS ADDITION, AS MOE ,.. Deputy Clerk SALE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED ATTORNEY'.FOR PLAINTIFF: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK. SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP to a Summary Final Judgment of
105, PAGE 325, OF THE PUBLIC 10004 North Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite Foreclosure dated October 26, 2009
RECORDS OF BRADFORD 112 entered in Civil Case No. 04-2008-CA-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, EXCEPT THE Tampa, Florida 33618 000325 of the Circuit Court of the 8TH
WEST 50 FEET OF LOTS ONE (1) 09-135409 Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
AND THREE (3). 11/5 2tchg 11/12-BCT County, STARKE, Florida, I will sell to
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN the highest and best bidder for cash
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF at LOBBY OF THE.COURTHOUSE at
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE 8th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the BRADFORD County Courthouse
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD located at 945 NORTH TEMPLE
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS COUNTY AVENUE, ROOM 137 in STARKE,
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 Case #: 2009-CA-000346 Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 25th
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Division #: day of November, 2009 the following
In accordance with the Americans UNC: described property as set forth in said
with Disabilities Act of 1990, persons CitiMortgage,-lnc., Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
needing special accommodation, to Plaintiff, ' A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
participate in this proceeding should -vs.- , WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST
contact the Clerk of the Court not later Phillip G. Fleetwood, III; Palisades 1/4 OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP
than five business days prior to the Collection, LLC. assignee of 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
proceeding at the Bradford County Providian BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
Courthouse. Telephone 904-964- Defendant(s). SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
6280 or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida NOTICE OF SALE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
Relay Service. NOTICES HEREBYGIVEN pursuant FOLLOWS:
DATED at Starke, Florida, on October to an Order of Final Judgment of COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST
27, 2009. ;, Foreclosure dated October 26, 2009, CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST
RAY NOR tAN entered in Civil Case No. 2009-CA- 1/4 OF NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
As Clerk, Ctuit 000346 of the Circuit Court of the 8th SOUTHEAST 1/4 AND RUN SOUTH
By: Lisa Branon' Judicial Circuit in and for Bradford 00 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 50
As Deputy Clerk County, Florida, wherein CitiMortgage, SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
SMITH, HIATT & DIAZ, P.A. Inc., Plaintiff and Phillip G. Fleetwood, WESTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF
Attorneys for Plaintiff -' III are defendantss, I will sell to the AND CONTINUING ALONG THE
PO BOX 11438 . highest and best bidder for cash, IN WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438 THE LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR WEST 1/2 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4,
Telephone: (954) 564-0071 OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY A DISTANCE OF 847.34 FEET;
11/5 2tchg 11/12-BCT COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 945 THENCE NORTH 31 DEGREES
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, 49 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT-F BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA AT 202.04FEETTOAFOUND IRON ROD
THE81h JUDICIAL= ~UITOF -11O . a I. . o s5. "2009-r THE FOR POINT OF BEGINNING,
FLORIDA,'fTi if.EOW DbFORDFO -" Jlaee-dec'r. ..pearty. as.,-FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING
COUNTY set forth in said Final 1dgmnent, to-. THUS DESCRIBED RUN NORTH
Case #: 2009-CA-000253 wit: 00. DEGREES 01 MINUTE 50
Division #: THAT PORTION OF THE SECONDS WEST, 230.31 FEET;
UNC: FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS THENCE NORTH 81 DEGREES
Deutsche Bank National Trust NORTH OF PUBLIC ROAD: THAT 49 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST,
Company, as Trustee in trust for the PORTION OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 101.02 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
benefit of the Certificateholders for OF BLOCK ONE NORTH, RANGE 00 DEGREES 01 MINUTE 50
Ameriquest Mortgage Securities FOUR WEST, AND THAT PORTION SECONDS EAST, 230.31 FEET TO
Trust 2005-R3, Asset-B4cked Pass- OF SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF BLOCK A FOUND IRON ROD; THENCE
Through Certificates, Series 2005-' ONE NORTH, RANGE 3 WEST,, SOUTH 81 DEGREES 49 MINUTES
R3, . THAT LIES IN NORTHWEST 1/4 OF 00 SECONDS WEST 101.02 FEET
Plaintiff, ' NORTHEAST % OF SECTION 21, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING
-vs.- . TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 "SUBJEXT TO A RIGHT OF WAY
John W. Hallonquist; CitiFinancial EAST,TEMPLESMILLSUBDIVISION, FOR INGRESS, EGRESS AND
Equity Services, Inc.; Unknown ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF, UTILITIES OVER THE NORTHERLY.
Parties in Possession #1; If living, RECORDED IN DEED BOOK C, 30 FEET THEREOF".
and all Unknown Parties claiming by, PAGE 424, PUBLIC RECORDS OF SUBJECTTOARIGHTOFWAY FOR
through, under and against the above BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITIES.
named Defendants) who are not ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN OVER THE NORTHERLY 30 FEET
known to be dead or alive, whether INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM,. THEREOF
said Unknown Parties may claim an THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN Any person claiming an interest in
interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF the surplus from the sale, if any, other
Grantees, or Other Claimants - . THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS than the property owner as of the date
Deferidant(s). MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 .of the lis pendens, must file a claim
NOTICE OF SALE DAYS AFTER THE SALE. within 60 days after the sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH Dated this 26th day of October, 2009.
pursuant to an Order of Final A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS RAY NORMAN
Judgment of Foreclosure dated ANY ACCOMMODATION IN Clerk of the Circuit Court
October 27, 2009, entered in Civil ORDER 'TO PARTICIPATE IN By: Lisa Brannon
Case No. 2009-CA-000253 of the' THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court of the 8th Judicial Circuit ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
in and for Bradford County, Florida, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN J. STERN, P.A., ATTORNEY FOR
wherein Deutsche Bank National ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT PLAINTIFF
Trust Company, as Trustee in trust for Bradford County Courthouse, 900 South Pine Island Road Suite
the benefit of the Certificateholders 945 North Temple Avenue, P.O. 400
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IN THE CIRCUIT COU
EIGHTH JUDICIAL C
AND FOR BRADFOR
CASE NO: 04-20(
MILDRED S. HAYNES, C
and JOYCE L. SLADE,
Plaintiffs,
Vs.
OHTNA INVESTMENT,; I
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACI
To: OHTNA INVESTMENT
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
action of a Complaint ti
Mortgage has been filed
in the above styled Coi
are required to serve a c
written response to John
Esquire, The Cooper
P.A., 100 West Call Str
Florida 32091, on or bef
10, 2009, and file the c
the Clerk of the Court, e
service on the above-nan
or immediately thereafter,
default will be entered'ag
the relief demanded in thE
WITNESS my hand and
of the Court on the 20th da
2009.
RA
CLERK OF T
BY: Dai
John S. Cooper
The Cooper Law Firm, P.
100 West Call Street
Starke, Florida 32091
(904)964-4701
Fax: 964-4839
Florida Bar No: 0910340
Attorney for Plaintiffs
11/5 2tchc
NOTICE OF INTEND
REGISTER FICTITIO
Pursuant to Section 865
Statutes, notice is he
that the undersigned, M
Mercury, Inc., 13447 U.
301 South, Starke, FL
owner, doing business un
name of Murray Ford-Me
U.S. Highway 301 South
32091, intends to register:
name under the afores
Dated this 6th day of Nove
in Bradford County.
11/1
LEGAL NOTII
The Better Jobs Bet
Committee of FloridaWo
a meeting on Monday,
, 16th at 1:00 p.m. at Char
Construction Institute, 30
Street, Gainesville,. 326
contact Celia Chapman
5148 with questions.
11/1;
LEGAL NOTII
The Finance Comn
FloridaWorks will hold a
Monday, November 161h
at Charles R. Perry C
Institute, 3000 NW E
Gainesville, 32606. Ple
Celia Chapman at J52�24
questions.
11/11
LEGAL NOTIl
The Executive Com
FloridaWorks will hold a
Monday, November 161h
at Charles R. Perry
Institute, 3000 NW I
Gainesville, 32606. Pie
Celia Chapman at 352-24
questions.
11/1;
LEGAL NOTII
FloridaWorks Board w
meeting on Monday, No
at 4:30 p.m. at Charle
Construction Institute, 30
,Street, Gainesville, 326
contact Celia Chapman
5148 with questions.
11/1;
IN THE CIRCUIT COL
FOR BRADFOR
CASE NO: 04-2
FINANCIAL FREEDOM
HOME FUNDING CORP
Plaintiff,
vs.
EDMOND ADAMS A/K/
ADAMS, JR., ET AL.
unknown heirs, devisee


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creditors, and other unknown persons
or unknown spouses claiming by,
/ITH THE through and under any of the above-
SABILITIES named Defendants,
ties needing Defendants.
ion should NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
STATION, SALE
County NOTICE is hereby given that the
)0-955-8771 undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
, via Florida Court of Bradford County, Florida, will
on the 3rd day of December, 2009, at
g 11/12-BCT 11:00 o'clock A.M. in the lobby of the
Courthouse in Starke, Florida, offer
for sale and sell at public outcry to the
JRT OF THE highest and best bidder for cash, the
CIRCUIT, IN following-described property situate
D COUNTY, in Bradford County, Florida:
FLORIDA Commence at Southwest corner
09-CA-0453 of Southwest 1/4 of Southwest 1/4
.W. SLADE, of Section 22, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, and run East on
South line 39.45 feet to East line
of Old Lawtey Road, thence run
NC., Northerly along Road, 500 feet to a
point (being the Northeast corner of
TION Lamar Street and Old Lawtey Road),
T, INC. , Thence run Easterly along North line
of Lamar Street, 110.55 feet for a
that an Point of Beginning: Thence continue
o Foreclose Easterly, 89.45 feet, thence run
against you, Northerly parallel with Old Lawtey
urt and you Road, 100 feet, thence run Westerly
copy of your parallel with Lamar Street, 89.45
S. Cooper, feet, thence run Southerly 100 feet to
Law Firm, Point of Beginning. Same being the
eet, Starke, East 89.45 feet of West 200.0 feet of
ore October North 100 feet of South 600 feet of
original with Southwest 1/4, Section 22, Township
Dither before 6 South, Range 22 East, East of Old
ned attorney Lawtey Road. Described in the Public
otherwise a Records of Bradford County, Florida;
ainst you for pursuant to the Final Judgment
e petition, entered in a case pending in said
official seal Court, the style of which is indicated
ay of August, above.
Any person or entity claiming an
,Y NORMAN interest in the surplus, if any, resulting
THE COURT from the foreclosure sale, other than
nielle Parker the property owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens, must file a claim on
A. same with the Clerk of Court within 60
days after the foreclosure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court this 3rd day of November,
2009. .
In accordance 'With the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons
g 11/12-BCT with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
TION TO proceeding should contact Court
US NAME Administration at 201 E. .University
5.09, Florida Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32602,
,reby given Telephone (352) 374-3648, not
lurray Ford- later than seven (7) days prior to
S: Highway the proceeding. If hearing impaired,
32091, sole (TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice
under the firm (V) 1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
rcury, 13447 Service.
i, Starke, FL CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
said fictitious By: Lisa Brannon
said statute. Deputy Clerk
amber, 2009, ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
I Shannon Marie Charles
12 ltpd-BCT Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185 S. Conway Rd., Ste.E
CE Orlando, Florida 32812
ter Wages (407)381-5200
rks will hold 11/12 2tchg 11/19-BCT
November
les R. Perry IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
)00 NW 83"d THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
i06. Please IN AND FOR BRADFORD
at 352-244- COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
2 itchg-BCT CASE NO: 2008-CA-000595
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE,
CE A DIVISION OF NATIONAL CITY
mittee of BANK
meeting on PLAINTIFF
at 2:30 p.m. vs
Construction BRUCE D. MOYERS A/K/A BRUCE
83rd Street, E5AVID MOYERS; KATHERINE
ase contact 'R. MOYERS; ANY .-AND ALL
44-614 'with 'UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING`
BY,: 'THROUGH, UNDER, AND,
2 1tchg-BCT AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS) WHO
CE ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR
imittee of ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
meeting on PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
at 3:30 p.m. INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
Construction DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
83rd Street; CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE AND JANE
ase contact DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
44-5148 with POSSESSION.
DEFENDANTS)
2 Itchg-BCT NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
CE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
Nill hold a to a Summary Final Judgment of
member ,161h Foreclosure dated November 2, 2009
is R. Perry entered in Civil Case No. 2008-CA-
)00 NW 831 000595 of the Circuit Court of the 8TH
506. Please Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
at 352-244- County, Starke, Florida, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash in the
2 Itchg-BCT Lobby of the Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue in Starke,
URT IN AND Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd day
D COUNTY, of December, 2009 the following
FLORIDA described property as set forth in said
008-CA-565 Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
A SENIOR LOT 2, GENEVA LAKE ESTATES,
ORATION ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
3, PAGES 36A AND 36B OF THE
A EDMOND PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
, and any . COUNTY, FLORIDA.
s, grantees, 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
At 1 within 60 days after the sale.
S. Dated .this 2nd day of November,
-' 2009.
SOlj RAY, NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
.. By: Lisa Brannon
� Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF ' DAVID
J. STERN, P.A, ATTORNEY FOR
S PLAINTIFF
900 South Pine .Island Road
Suite 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954)233-8000
08-95876 NCM
t IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
S AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
. ACT, persons with disabilities needing
... )- a special accommodation should
Contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
at the BRADFORD County
en, Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800-
Emma, 955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
na Delores


via Florida Relay Service.
11/12 2tchg 11/19-BCT


LAKE REGION
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given
that the undersigned, Michael D.
Gallagher, PO Box 1912, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656, or 8359 SR 100,
Melrose, FL 32666, sole owner, doing
business under the firm name of:
Guiding Light Photography, 8359 SR
100, Melrose, FL 32666, intends to
register said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute. Dated this 9th day
of November, 2009 in Clay County.
11/12 ltpd-LRM
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Personal property of the following
tenants will be sold for cash or
otherwise disposed of to satisfy rental
liens in accordance with Florida
Statutes, Self Storage Facility Act,
Sections 83.806-83.807.
Auction will be held on Tuesday, Dec.
8, 2009, at 10 a.m. at Melrose Mini
Storage, 827 N S.R. 21, Melrose,
FL 32666. Phone (352)475-5000. All
items may not be available on the
date of the sale.
LaToya Armstrong
#42-household
Brandon Wattenbarger
#67-household
John Brown
#20-TV's, repair equip.
Brandon Wattenbarger'
#66-household .
11/12 2tchg 11/19-LRM


UNION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2009-CA-112
AMERICAN GENERAL HOME
EQUITY, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
JONATHAN R. DUKES, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order or a final judgment of
foreclosure entered in the above-
captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Union County,
Florida, described as:
THE LAND REFERRED TO IN THIS
EXHIBIT IS LOCATED IN THE STATE
.OF FLORIDA IN THE COUNTY OF
UNION IN DEED BOOK 123 PAGE
12 AND MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING AND
BEING AND SITUATE IN THE
NORTHEAST 1A OF SECTION 26,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH 1A
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 26;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 03005'17"
EAST, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF
SAID NORTHEAST A/ OF SECTION
26, A DISTANCE OF 80.80 FEET TO
THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF COUNTY ROAD NUMBERED
18; THENCE RUN NORTH 86*42'05"
EAST, ALONG SAID SOUTH RIGHT
OF WAY LINE, A DISTANCE OF
278.64 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OFTHE HEREINAFTER
'"DESCRIBED PARCEL OF LAND
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING
NORTH 86o42'08" EAST,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY
ROAD NUMBER 18, A DISTANCE OF
204.11 FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH
03�05'17" EAST A DISTANCE OF
369.71 FEET, THENCE RUN SOUTH
86*42'09" WEST A DISTANCE OF
272.75 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
03�05'17" WEST A DISTANCE OF
159.71 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
86*42'09" EAST A DISTANCE OF
62.00 FEET, THENCE RUN NORTH
01�16'38" WEST A DISTANCE OF
210.13 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
ANDTHE MOBILE HOMEATTACHED
TO THE PROPERTY;
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front steps of
the Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
10th day of December, 2009. That
any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from thelsale, 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:
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court on November 5, 2009.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
Sidney E: Lewis, P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
300 W. Adams Street
Suite 300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
(904)355-9003
11/122tchg 11/19-UCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
The Lake. Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
Nov. 21, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. located
at 1015 SW 3rd Street, Lake Butler,
FL 32054 (behind the Lake Butler
Apartments,.Highway 121). Pursuant
to Chapter 83 of the Storage Facility
Act of the State of Florida, the
following units will be foreclosed:
Michelle Williams-Unit #76 $229.50
Sabrina Martin-Unit #65 $236.00
Steve Jones-Unit #58 $502.98
Homer Weeks-Unit #21 $200.00
Casey Jordan-Unit #39 $457.00
Ivan Green-Unit #14 $266.00
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Lake Butler vet honored


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


On Nov. 9, Carroll C. Pitmon
II of Lake Butler was among
more than 300 veterans who
were honored at the special
recognition ceremony, for
Vietnam War-era veterans at
Naval Air Station Jacksonville.
During the event,
Congressman Ander Crenshaw
recognized those who served
this nation during one of its
most tumultuous times in
history.
Pitmon served three years
active duty during Vietnam as
a specialist T5 assigned to the
United States Army Air Corps
First Aviation 121st Assault
Helicopter Company. He left
his three-year tour of duty
following injuries he received
from an explosion. Pitmon said
he doesn't remember too much
about what took place except
that'he heard the explosion,
then awoke to the horrific sight
of fallen comrades. His own
injuries left him hospitalized
for more than six months.
Pitmon later retired 'from


Captain John C. Scorby Jr. USN, commanding officer,
NAS Jax, Lake Butler resident Carroll Pitmon and
Congressman Ander Crenshaw.


the Department of Corrections
after 23 years and is an active
member of the. Lake Butler
Masonic Lodge and is also a
Morocco Shrine member. He
is currently employed as a park
ranger at Ichetucknee Springs.
Crenshaw said, "Our
Vietnam War-era Veterans
bravely answered the call' of
duty, but when they returned
home, many did not receive the
recognition that they so rightly


deserved. This ceremony is
about shining the light on their
service and formally thanking
them for their contributions to
our country."
Since 2001, Crenshaw
has hosted eight recognition
ceremonies, honoring 2,000
local veterans. In the past
two years, he has recognized
nearly 500 Vietnam veterans
eligible for either the Vietnam
Service Medal or the Vietnam
Campaign Medal.


Angel tree to be given away

The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will again hold a drawing
for a pre-lit, 7.5-foot Seneca
spruce Christmas tree. The tree
will be fully decorated with an
angel theme similar to the one
shown. Proceeds will benefit the
Ministerial Association and the
woman's clubhouse renovation
project. Tickets are $2 each and
may be purchased from an
woman's club member. You can
also purchase a ticket at either
Richard 0. Tillis Contracting
or Maines Insuradce on Main
Street in Lake Butler.

Lake Butler Woman's "
Club First Vice-President . - " '
Jean Brannen, Marjorie . -
Driggers and club
President Verona
Deloach. The woman's
club is currently holding
a drawing for an angel-
themed Christmas tree
like the one pictured.


WS woman to appear on TV game show


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Next time you stop by
the Union Clerk of Courts
office, be sure you get Sondra
Andrews-Thomas to sing you a
line or two. Andrews-Thomas,
23, recently auditioned for
the County Music Television
(CMT) hit show, "The Singing
Bee" and ,,was selected as a
contestant to try to sing her
way to a $10,000 grand prize.
"I love the show," said
Andrews-Thomas. "When I
saw on their Web site they
were having auditions in Ponte
Vedra, I just had to give it
a try." Because she made the
cut, Andrews-Thomas is very
excited that she will leave Nov.
17, for an expenses-paid trip
to Los Angeles for a taping of
the show.
On "The Singing Bee,"
six contestants are tested on
their knowledge of lyrics to
well-known songs ranging
from classic country oldies
to the popular radio hits of
today. Sometimes, they need to
sing a missing line or two, and


sometimes they must fill in the
lyrics missing on the karaoke
scroll. Other times, they might
need to sing an entire chorus to
a song.
For those who haven't yet
seen the show, Andrews-
Thomas explained that it begins
with six contestants who risk
elimination if they do not sing
the correct .lyrics to .whatee er
song the) are- gven,EAhjf,_
the final two tries to out-sing
and outsmart the other for the
grand prize.
Andrews-Thomas was born
and raised in Union Count}. She
current} resides in Worthington
Springs. She is the daughter of
singing parents, Drew Andrews
of Lake Butler and Robin Trum,
who currently resides in Destin.
"Just about anyone who got
married here 10-20 }ears ago.
my parents probably sang at
their wedding.," she said. She
is also the granddaughter of
Wilbur and Glenda Andrews of
Brooker.
Right now, \ou can natch
episodes of "The Singing Bee"
on the CMT channel at various
days and times throughout the
week. Andrews-Thomas said


although she is taping her one-
hour episode next week, she
does not know when it will
actually air. And of course, win
or lose, she is not supposed
to tell anyone the results of
the competition until that time.
"All I can say is that you'll
have to watch the show," she
said.


Andrews-Thomas


Elders receive farm-fresh veg
Last week, Suwannee River Economic Council handed
out fresh vegetables from local farmers as part of
the Elders Farmers Market
Nutrition Program. SREC
service aide Lala Redmond
said that 27 elders in Union _.,A N INO
County who were eligible TINO,
for the program received.
free bell peppers, mustard
greens, collard greens, I -
tomatoes, cucumbers and
squash. Pictured are case
managers Rose Milton and Your New Neighbol
Lynn Evans, volunteers right down the road
Elizabeth Bradley, Vickie e ro
Osborne and Wendy Kimbly, in
service aid Lala Redmond Penney Farms
and program recipient
Katherine Reddish. offering
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Halloween

happenings

in Lake Butler
BELOW: The Union County Public
Library's Junior Friends of the Library
held a drawing for a Halloween
cauldron. Junior friends club President
Kel Martin hands Althea Carr the large
pot filled with goodies, including $10 gift
certificates to Texas Roadhouse and Red
Lobster along with a "Beetlejuice" DVD.
Carr celebrated her win by dressing as
Lydia from the Tim Burton film.
LEFT: Count Dracula was spotted out
trick-or-treating in Lake Butler. Don't
worry, it doesn't look like Colby Gootee
Is up for biting anything more than his
lollipop!


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UC cheerleaders



compete in



SPalatka event


Competing in the Junior Pee Wee squad division were: Morgan Arnolds, Kayla Geraghty, Kensley Hamilton,
Kyler Herndon, Blakely Jones, Malanie Luke, Brandy McCoy, Samantha Sardo, Kaitlin Scott, Midaela Tench,
Sara Waters and Grace Wilder.


The UC Mitey Mites (above) and Tiny Mites (below) squads performed exhibitions during the event. Mitey
Mite squad members were Tanner Canada, Bailee Crews, Myra Fisher, Kiara Geraghty, Kunya Hendrieth,
Kaylee Molchan and Mekayla Smith. Tiny Mite squad members were Abigayle Andrews, Kyla Boney, Mckenzie
Clemons, Kelly Denson, Reghan Dukes, Lilanne French, Randa Goodwin, Kendahl Green, Emily Lennon, Laura
Park, Victoria Park, Harley Seay, Caitlyn Smith, Makayla Thomas, Brooklyn Williams and Ashli Worrell. (Note:
All cheerleaders are named, but may not be pictured.)


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,Tell us your story.
Call the Union County
Times at (386) 496-2261
or e-mail uctimes@
windstream.net or
call(04) 964-6305.


Last month, the Union County Pee Wee cheerleading squad
placed 2nd in the Putnam Athletic Leaque competition.
Team members were Alyssa Bivins, Alexandra Curtis, Sierra
Ferguson, Whitney Hicks, Karlie Hodgson, Dominique
Howell, Kyrsten Jenkins, Montana Jenkins, Maggie Lennon,
Kasey Rhodes, Lauren Rhodes and Jasmine Thomas.


Books are good enough in their own way, but Consider the hourglass; there is nothing to
they are a mighty bloodless substitute for life. be accomplished by rattling or shaking; you
Robert Louis Stevenson have to wait patiently until the sand, grain by
1850-1895, Scottish Essayist, Poet, Novelist grain, has run from one funnel into the other.
*** John Christian Morgenstern


The most important function of the university
in an age of reason is to protect reason from
itself.
Allan Bloom
1930-1992, American Educator, Author
Literature does not exist in a vacuum. Writers
as such have a definite social function exactly
proportional to their ability as writers. This is
their main use.
Ezra Pound
1885-1972, American Poet, Critic


There will be a Bradford


More knowledge may be gained of a man's
real character by a short conversation with
one of his servants than from a formal and
studied narrative, begun with his pedigree and
ended with his funeral.
Samuel Johnson
1709-1784, British Author
The only way a kid is going to practice is if
it's total fun for himhn... and it was for me.
Wayne Gretzky
1961-, Canadian Hockey Player


County


School Educational


Awareness Meeting to be held at the R.J.E. GYM on
Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. We encourage our
County/City Officials, Community Leaders, Pastors, Youth
Group Leaders, Teachers, Parents, Students and others to
attend this meeting. Let's strive for the GOALS will be
presented by:

Dr. Beth Moore, Supeiintendent
Mr. Doug Thoburn, BHS Principal
Mr. Ernest Williams, BMS Principal
Mr. Randy Starling, Vo-Tech Director

After the presentation, refreshments will be served and door
prizes will be given out. (Bike & Helmet, Gift Cards, S-Box,
etc.) Your present will greatly be appreciated.

If there are. any questions, please contact Esther Kelley at
(904) 964-6728 or (904) 263-2313.


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Melrose church honors clerk's years of devotion


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
Melrose resident, Sister
Lettie Anderson, church
clerk of St. John Missionary
Baptist Church in Melrose
was honored by the church at
a special service on Sunday,
Nov. 1.,
"It was supposed to have
been a surprise, but they
had to tell me," Anderson
said last Friday. "I was the
church clerk; they can't keep
secrets from me."
The Rev. Gregory E.
Pelham, Sr. of Greater New
Hope Missionary Baptist
Church was present. Also
joining the service were St.
John Pastor W.G. Mayberry,
th Rev. James Taylor of the
Church of God by Faith,


the Rev. Tony Perryman Sr.
of the Transformation Bible
Ministry and Minister D.A.
Greenwood.
Sisters Carolyn Ellis,
Thelma Mosley, Annie
McKay, Cassandra Anderson
and others were also featured
at the service. The speaker
was Sister Gloria Simmons,
with a solo by Sister Patricia
Griffin.
Anderson said she had
no hobbies except helping
people. Her main interests
were her church and the
community. She said she
spent a great deal of time
feeding people or taking
them shopping. "I try to
help make other people's
lives better," she said. "It's
mostly elderly people. If
someone needs help I just


help them."
She said she was
born in Melrose and
inherited the St. John
clerkship from her
aunt and had been
doing it ever since.
Anderson has four
children all grown,
and living in other
parts of Florida and
the U.S.
While working
as the church clerk,
she also carried a
full-time job at the
Tacachale Center,
formerly known as
Sunland Trainihg
Center. She is now
retired.
"I thought it was
a beautiful service,"
she said. "It was


Sister Lettle Anderson, clerk of St. John Missionary Baptist Church
in Melrose for many years, was honored at a special service on
Nov. 1.


well attended with many
families and members.
Very nice and very
emotional. They talked
about what I had done and
after they stated naming
everything, I had to ask,
'when did I have time
to do all that?' I really
appreciate my pastor for
deciding to do this for
me.
A love offering, a
plaque and a bouquet of,
roses were presented to
Sister Anderson for her
many years of devotion
and service to St. John
Church and to the Melrose
community.
Refreshments were
served afterward.


Relay for Life
starts its
engines at
Woman's Club
The American Cancer
Society showcased the annual
kickoff to its spring Relay for
Life with a cookout, social
hour and team presentations
last Monday evening.
Tony Brown welcomed the
crowd and introduced this
year's chairperson, Becky
Carter.
The 2010 theme will be
Cruisin' for a Cure, with an
automobile motif. The Relay
committee has set goals of
30 teams and $37,500 in
contributions.
The 2010Relay is scheduled
to begin on April 24, at 4
p.m.


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Big Tree
owners
to meet
Big Tree Property Owners'.


Relay for Life host Tony Brown spoke to a crowd of team members, volunteers and
cancer survivors at the kick off event last Monday night.


Association w hold its annual


Association will hold its annual
business meeting on Saturday,
Nov. 14, at the office on Laredo
and C.R. 214. There will be no
picnic.


SFC plans Area Bakery Delights will be
SFC p dlans provided.,
Melrose Merose
forum on h
aging o t Christmas
A forum titled, Sea is- -... ""
Aging in the Lake Area .p
will be held in the Trinity application
Episcopal parish hall on
Bellamy Avenue (S.R. 26) on available
Thursday evening, Nov. 12, The Merry Melrose
from 6-7:30 p.m. Christmas Parade will be held


The Santa Fe College forum
is intended as a brain-storming
session for the community.
Suggestions on community
needs for successful aging are
sought.
Refreshments from the new
Melrose Subway and Lake


on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 10
a.m. This year's theme is "The
Art of Living in Harmony" in
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Okra is nature's gift that keeps on giving


BY GINA GOULD
Special to the Monitor
Okra. People either love it or
hate it, a division that occurs
-at the Mason Dixon line. Its
',popularity is most notable
-in New Orleans where it is
!commonly used in gumbos and
jambalaya, comfort dishes of a
tuisine generally confined to
,.its city limits.
Other lovers of okra are in
-areas where country folk grow
it in their gardens. And where
' okra is served two ways; fried
'or stewed in tomatoes.
But north or south, you can
fry 'em, boil 'em, roast 'em,
steam 'em,and saut6 'em. Some
folks even make Christmas
ornaments out of 'em. Okra is
the gift that keeps on giving.
" In the U.S., only the okra
pod is eaten. In other parts of
the world, most of the plant is
c consumed.The seeds are ground
into a meal and used in making
bread or a tofu-like product.
The oil from the seeds is used
for cooking and the leaves and


flowers are cooked and eaten
like any other'greens.
Okra also has remarkable
medicinal properties. The rich,
gooey- mucus-from.its roots
has lubricating qualities and
is used to treat cuts, wounds,
and boils, and-believe it or
not--as a plasma substitute.


The leaves, when made into a
poultice, moisturize the skin.
And immature pods are used
in the treatment of colds, sinus
infections, and even as a hair
lengthener and strengthened.
The seeds have a stimulating.


effect, which explains why
Southerners used roasted okra
seeds as a coffee substitute
when it was unavailable during
the Civil War blockades of the
1860s.
Okra is a flowering plant
(Abelmoschus esculentus) that
looks much like a hibiscus;


both are cousins in the mallow
family that boasts of more than
2,300 species. An annual, the
plant can grow upward of six
feet tall. It has large palm-
like leaves with long leaflets
and large showy flowers. The


Originally from Africa, okra is a traditional southern dish
served fried or in healthier New Orleans-style gumbos.'


multi-faceted pod can grow up
to eight inches long and is full
of seeds. Okra is actually a
native of Africa, its true name
is Nigerian. How okra actually
got to North America is not
known, only speculated.
There are no records of okra
during the early American
colonial times. It is assumed
that by the early 1700s, okra
was a common food source
among the French colonists
who settled in the Caribbean


and Louisiana. The Crdoles
(descendants of the French and/
or Spanish settlers ofLouisiana).
most likely.learned, how .td use
okra from their.African slaves.
By 1748, it was being grown
as far north as Philadelphia...
President Thomas Jefferson
even grew it in his kitchen
garden at Monticello, Va.
Okra became, a staple in"
Southern cuisine because it is
a heat-loving plant: the hotter
the better. It takes at least four


months of blistering heat for it
to start flowering. But once it
does it produces flowers and
pods for months. Three plants
can supply a family of four
with enough okra for several
meals during the Week.
The key to delectable okra
is harvesting the pods when
they are only three to five days
old. They can be stored in the
refrigerator in a paper bag for
several days, or they can be
blanched and then frozen. It
is best not to wash them until
you are ready to cook them or
they will become slimy. When
preparing okra, bear in mind
that the more it is cut, the
slimier it becomes. Hence, in
gumbo and stews okra is cut
.into half-inch pieces so that
they thicken the dish.
Thepossibilitiesfor preparing
okra are boundless. And when
appropriately prepared (not
slimy or over cooked), kids
happily eat them because they
can be eaten with their fingers
and their taste is a surprisingly
delicate flavor.


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Keystone Heights residents . son-in-law, Mark, are Chase's category. Some ofw - .
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always been baseball tans. In
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in the service, he played in
Japan and was voted Most
Valuable Player in 1948 and
1949.
Now at 80, Bud is semi-
retired and spends his spare
Time at baseball fields across
the state watching his grandson,
Chase Vergason, play ball.
Bud's daughter, Cherie, and
AT 1EMrI-AT. AF 1 GHiel A


Now a freshman at Division
1, Florida Atlantic University,
Chase is studying for a
bachelor's degree in business
administration. The college
season starts next spring and
Chase's number one fans,
Grandpa Bud and Grandma
Maebell, will be in the stands.
A 2009 graduate of Bishop
Moore High 'School, Chase
led the team in nearly every
offensive, and defensive


.480 batting average,
29 stolen bases, and
a .675 "on base"
percentage while
playing shortstop in
30 games. Bishop
Moore finished
runner-up in the state
championship 4A
division. Chase made
the First Team All
Central Florida and
First Team All State.


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BONUS:
Continued from p. 1A
three schools and the
Outpost Alternative School
received bonus money from
the state. According to the

The 2008-
2009 Teachers
of the Year -
show off their
state-awarded
bonuses.
Each teacher
in the district --
received a
bonus due to
the district's
improvement In
school grades.
Pictured are
Allyson Beatty
(LBES), April
Crawford
(LBMS) and
Amanda James
(UCHS).


superintendent's . office, the
average bonus for teachers was
$755 and the average bonus for
non-instructional employees
was $326.
According t6 the state, staff
and school advisory councils
at each school recognized can
jointly decide how to use the
financial award,- however,


statute specifies schools must
use the awards for one or any
combination of the following:
nonrecurring faculty and
staff bonuses, nonrecurring
expenditures for educational
equipment and .materials or
temporary personnel to assist
in maintaining or improving
student performance..


On the left Is Superintendent Carlton Faulk with the district's 2008-2009 School-
Related Employees of the Year:.Nancy Fisher (UCHS), Tammy Wilkerson (LBES),
Dawn Roberts (LBMS) and Nancy Touchstone (Outpost).


County

selects chair
Nov. 16
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners will
hold its reorganization meeting
on Monday, Nov. 16, at 6:45
p.m. At this meeting, the
board will reappoint or newly
appoint a chairman and vice
chairman of the board. County
board assignments will also be
determined.
This meeting will be
followed by the regular board
meeting at 7 p.m.

Full Gospel

Church sets

events
The Full Gospel Church,
located on S.R. 100 West at
the Bradford-Union county
line, will hold a yard sale on
Saturday, Nov. 14, from 9 a.m.-
2 p.m.
The -church will hold revival
services on Sunday-Friday,
Nov. 15-20, at 7 p.m. each
evening with evangelist Larry
D. Richards.
The church is now taking
applications for giving
thanksgiving baskets for Union
County families in need. Apply
or refer a family by calling Sue
at (386) 758-2987.

Upcoming
rummage
and book
sale
The Union County Public
Library will hold ad rummage
sale on Saturday, Nov. 21, from
9 a.m.-l p.m. The sale will take
place in the side parkifig lot
of the library and will include
knick-knacks, furniture,
children's toys, household
items, clothing and more, all at
bargain prices.
The library will hold a
six-day book sale, beginning
Friday, Nov. 20, and continuing
through Wednesday, Nov. 25.
Come inside the library meeting
room and find many hardback
books, paperbacks, comics,
videos and more. Proceeds
of these sales will. benefit the
Junior Friends of the Library
Scholarship Fund.

SRWMD
meets in
Trenton
On Thursday, Nov. 12,
Suwannee River Water
Management District's
governing board will meet at 9
a.m. at the Otter Springs Park
and Campground Springhousp
Lodge, located at 6470 SW 80th
Ave. in Trenton. The meeting
is to discuss district business


and conduct public hearings on
regulatory and land acquisition
matters. A workshop will
follow at the Cedar Key Public
Library. For more information,
contact Lisa Cheshire or Kristel
Callahan at (386) 362-1001.

FCCD poker
tournament
FCCD Chapter V will
hold a Texas Hold'em poker


tournament on Friday, Nov. 20,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club. There is a $30 donation
to play that will go toward
assisting FCCD in its many
community service projects.
To obtain a ticket, contact
Christina Crews at (386) 496-
6109, Julie Crews at (904) 368-
3346, or Rob Lingis at (352)
745-6226.


LCCC finance
meet Nov. 17
The Finance and Audit Board


of the Lake City Community
College Foundation will meet
on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at noon in
the foundation's boardroom in
downtown Lake City. For more


information, contact Mike Lee
at (386) 754-4392 or (386)
754-4433.


Tentative Five Year Work Program
District Two
or. Fiscal Years Beginning July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2015
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting public
hearings pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider. -the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2010/2011 through 2014/2015,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to which all
persons are invited to attend and be heard.
1. Live Oak Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties serving as the Metropolitan
.Planning Organization (MPO) for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 7, 2009 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Suwannee River Water Management District, Board Room #103
9225 County Road 49, Live Oak, FL

2. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions forAlachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrjst, Levy and Union counties serving as the Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO)for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT District Two Office, Madison Room
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL

3. Jacksonville Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the North Florida
Transportation Planning Organization (TPO), the Jacksonville City Council and the County
Commissions for Baker, Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties serving as the
Metropolitan Planning Organization fortheir respective counties.
DATE AND TIME:. Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Jacksonville Urban Office, Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL

Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color,.religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who. require translation services (free of
charge) should contact Mr, Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Manager,
Lake City .District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance of the
Public Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO's), County
Commissions and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public
Hearings and up to December 30, 2009 following the hearing. Comments should be
addressed to:
Lora S. Hbllingsworth, RE., Interim District Two Secretary
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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


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Kindergartener Zaya Thompson shows there's really nothing to it as she gets an
H1N1 vaccination from the Bradford County Health Department's Maria Clemons


H1 NI vaccination clinics


in public schools continuI


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Just as the human heart
plays a vital role in keeping the
body alive, a coalition between
Alachua, Marion and
contiguous counties has a
vision of this area serving as
the state of Florida's heart-an
area that can offer
opportunities for businesses as
well as a high quality of life.
"The Heart of Florida
Regional Coalition" was
created six years ago as a way
of bringing members of
Alachua and Marion counties
together to look at their
common interests and,
hopefully, have them working
toward common goals. Dr.
Jackson Sasser, the president.
of Santa Fe -College, .is -a.
member who Feels the
coalition, has . something to
offer Bradford County, which
he said .he considers home
-P away* from .39th Avenue in
Gainesville, where Santa Fe's
main campus is.
"People want to live in this
region," Sasser said during a


meeting held Nov. 6 at the
Santa Fe College Andrews
Center. "More Santa Fe
students want to stay here.
More UF students come to
Gainesville, Fla., and they
don't want to leave. Why don't
we give them an opportunity
of growing a business?"
The Nov. 6 meeting, which
included several Bradford
County business people and
officials, was held simply to
present what the Heart of
Florida is all about and to
gauge initial interest from
among those present. As Ron
Barnwell, the executive
director of the Heart of Florida
said, the coalition does not
actively recruit organizations
to be involved. Organizations,
if interested, may petition the
coalition's board of directors
for membership.
"Don't think I'm here trying
to sell you anything," Barnwell
said. "T'm.just trying to give
you information."
The Heart of Florida has a
stated vision of, this region
becoming a "premier region


for business and l quality
living." Barnwell said that
vision encompasses the
business community,
economic development,
education and the other things
that all go toward supporting
quality of life.
"It's a rounded package,"
Barnwell said. "We're trying
to look at all those things that
help make our region the best
it can be."
The Heart of Florida's
mission is to promote
"regional collaboration to
strengthen economic vitality
and quality of life."
Facilitating collaboration is
what Barnwell's job as.
executive director is all about.
He told the attendees at the
Nov. 6 meeting his job isn't to
provide the answers on certain
issues but to bring the people
together who can. For
example, he said he brought
the executive directors of the
Suwannee River, St. Johns and
South Florida water
See HEART, p. 5B


BY CLIFF SMELLEY.,
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was over in a matter of
mere seconds. The child
showed no obvious sign that
he had even felt what had
taken place, but he said, "I
don't really like that."
"I don't blame you," Kim
Morgan. said, "but you did
really good."
Morgan was one of four
employees of the Bradford
County Health Department
administering H 1N 1
vaccinations to children at
Southside Elementary School
in Starke Nov. 10 as part of a
grant-funded effort to
vaccinate students in all the
public schools in Bradford and
Union counties.


"I think they've gone very
smoothly," department
administrator Winnie Holland
said. "Of course, we would
like to have - a greater
participation."
Consent forms were sent
home with students to inform
parents of the clinics and of the
H1N1 virus. Tricia Clark, the
department's school nurse
coordinator, said 32-38 percent
of each school's population
was getting vaccinated.
. "To really have widespread
immunity, you'd really like to
have 40-50 percent of your
population participate,"
Holland said.
- Most. children did fine with
the vaccinations,-at S6othside-
Elementary School as * they


were. often unaware that
anything had even taken place
before it was over. There were
tears, of course, as the very
thought of being stuck with a
needle hit home with some of
the children.
Still, Clark was somewhat
surprised at how calm the
elementary students have been
overall. This is the first time.
the health department has done
such clinics at the elementary-
school level, but shots have
been given at the middle-
school level before. Those
students tend to be a little more
dramatic and cry a lot more.
"They want to milk it for as
long as they can," Clark said
See CLINICS, p.7B -


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SQ verett Mo
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: -Everette Morris was born on
. ov. 15. 1910, to the late Joe
.: nd. Eliza Morris of Baton
. ge. La. He moved to
take at an early age and
Came a mechanic by trade.
, e worked at Camp Blanding
: nl Thornton's Garage and
" dy. Shop. His hobbies are
ilng, tinkering with small
- anical objects, and
d diing family functions.
- attends New Hope


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be held in honor of

rris Sr.'s 98th birthday


Baptist Church. and i., ,for
many Nears He as in.,rried ito
the late l.eola MNi.rns I,,i h
scars and misses her deal\
He has found a peace and Iot\
omer the years in his khildieni
and grandchildren
He has alNa s been a
devoted father and grandfather
to his family . c erert',
children - .lJames. Martha.
Melverine. Cle eland. Pari)
and Lawonne - w would like to


^ IRTHS 'Boots 'n'
' oah Malcolm BBQ' seminar
i-orden set for Nov.
- ' oe Gorden Jr. and Amber 22 in Starke
M lgcEarchern of Starke If you are thinking about
u nce the birth of their son, entering a "back) ard" team in
h Malcolm Gorden, on the Santa Fe College "Boots
! 4,2009. n' BBQ" event. whichh is
cah weighed 7 pounds, 14 ' scheduled for 1-eb. 12-13.
s and measured 20 please attend a seminar
7 in length. He joins Sunday, Nov. 22. from 2 p.m.
?ngs, Joe Gorden III and until 4 p.m. at the Starke Golf
ke Gorden. and Countr) Club. The
taernal grandparents are ,seminar "ill co er ho" to
rqIohn T. McEarchern Ill of prepare and present meat.
cala and Denise McEarchern
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- . Paternal grandparents are at (352) 395-4-110 or (her\l
oe and Valerie Gorden Sr. of Canova at. (904) 964--5382
'take and Doris Brown of You may also send e-mail t1,
tarke; Paternal great- kathryn.lehman, 5slcollege.
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to %%ish him a happy) 98'"
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Wrong kind of prey
Kim Landry was hunting with .her muzzleloader In the
Hellbron Springs area when she saw movement of a
type she didn't want to see. This rattlesnake caught
her eye, but was dispatched by Wayne Wall of the
Division of Forestry, which had personnel in the area
during a prescribed burn.


SFCC
presents
'Miracle on
the Hudson'
srvivor
Santa Fe College, as part of
its "Dollars , for. Scholars"
program will host a social and
dinner featuring Casey Jones, a
passenger on the U.S. Airways
flight that crashed into the
Hudson River, Friday, Nov.
20, at the Charley E. Johns.
Conference Center in Starke.
Tickets may be purchased at
the Santa Fe College Andrews,
Center in Starke or from
Bradford . Scholarship
Committee 'members.' 'VIP
tickets are $100 and.include.a
social at 6.p.m., pictures with
Jones, a signing of the'book
"Miracle on the Hudson: The
Survivors of Flight 1549 Tell
Their Extraordinary Stories of.
Courage, ' Faith and
Determination," dinner .and,
Jones' presentation.
Dinner tickets are $50.
Copies of the book, which
will be released Tuesday, Nov.
3, will be available for
purchase.
-All proceeds go to the SFC
Foundation Scholarship Fund
'for Bradford County students.
Jones has made more than
200 presentations to a wide'
variety of audiences. A
Vietnam veteran and 25-year
police officer who attended
one of Jones' presentations.
wrote, "This was one of the
most remarkable presentations.
I have personally ever had the
pleasure to attend."


I he experience of surviving
the most successful ditching in
aviation history makes Jones'
story one of life; love and
hope. He has appeared on local
television and "Good Morning
America." He was featured in
an "Assignment America"
report on the "CBS Evening
News," while his returning to
flying was chronicled in the
"St. Petersburg Times" by
Pulitzer-winning journalist.
Lane DeGregory.

The pilgrims
are coming to
Bradford via
local theater
Tickets are on sale for the
Lake Region Community
Theater's production of Jack
Stella's "Once Upon a
Village," which will be
performed Friday-Saturday,
Nov. 20-21, and Sunday, Nov.,
22, at- the First United
Methodist Church of Starke.
"Once Upon a Village" is a
musical pageant that takes
viewers on an emotional
rollercoaster ride through the
pages of this country's history.
Join the pilgrims as they set
sail for the New World,
survive the first winter, meet
and develop a friendship with
the, Native Americans and.
celebrate Thanksgiving.
This show, which is ideal for
the entire family, features a
cast of 26 actors and singers in
full costume performing. to a
fully-orchestrated score.
Nov. 20-21 performances
are scheduled for 7:30 p.m.,


while the Nov.. performance
is 4 p.m. .-. 6
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adults, $12 for senior citizens
(55-up) and $10 for children
(12-under). Group rates are
available.
If your name appears on the
Mayflower passenger list, you
receive a $2 discount. Lists are
located at the following: Lake
Region Community Theater,.
Bradford Pet'. Care, Butler
Seafood House, and Grilr, and


Ke sione Music Center
For reservations and ticket
sales, or for more information,
visit the box office at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke, call (352)
226-4082 or send e-mail to
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picked up prior to performance
dates.
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Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009 * Page 4B


Abridging the freedom of speech


Southeastern Conference
Commissioner Mike Slive
slapped a $30,000 fine on
University of Florida Football
.coach Urban Meyer for
speaking his mind. Here's
what Meyer said when
responding to a question
regarding what he thought
about what he deemed a late
hit on quarterback Tim Tebow
against Georgia and how the
conference responded to UF
sending video of the play to
the conference for review:
"I'm not sure I'm allowed to
give you that, what they said. I
don't want to step out of line.
Once again I always have great
confidence in (the SEC). It
should have been a penalty in
my opinion. Obviously, it
should have been. You have to
protect quarterbacks. That is
the whole purpose of (the
rules). It's right in front of the
referee. But once again, I have
great (respect). I'm not sure
how they will handle that, but


we do send it in and that was
one of the plays we sent in."
Clive's response to the
above quote-taken from the
Nov. 7 issue of the Gainesville
Sun-if it is correctly stated,
leaves a number of
unanswered questions, the first
of which has to do with
freedom of speech.
The First Amendment to the
Constitution of the United
States, in part, reads:
"Congress shall make no
law...abridging the freedom of
speech, or of the press..." It is
generally understood that in
the United States a person can
say anything he wants without
redress, other than shouting,
"Fire," in a crowded theater
when there is no fire. Where
does the SEC commissioner
find the authority to overrule
or set aside the Constitution?
The rules of the SEC not
withstanding, it appears there
may be a conflict that begs
clarification.


Secondly, what is repugnant
or. derogatory to the SEC -in
Meyer's remarks? Read it
again. There isn't anything in
the quote that reflects badly on
the SEC. If football referees
never make mistakes, why the
* elaborate review by officials
that often overrule officials"on
the field?
Apparently the film shows a
late hit on Tebow that was
missed by the official on the
scene; it happens in every
game. Meyer wasn't asking for
an admission of guilt, nor was
he asking for a special favor of
any sort. He was merely
calling ' attention to an
oversight in hopes of
improving the game-calling
process.
SEC commissioners should
move cautiously in the area of
banning criticism. Americans
are rather picky about freedom
of speech and other protections
afforded by the Bill of Rights.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


Aching joints no laughing matter


The comic strip "Bringing
Up Father," perhaps better
known as "Maggie and Jiggs,"
ran for 87 years, beginning in
1913 and ending in 2000. The
original author was George
McManus, who died in 1954,
but the comic strip was
continued by other cartoonists
and writers.
Jiggs was an Irish
construction worker who
became wealthy, married
social climber Maggie and
who deplored his continued
association with old cronies
and former coworkers.
McManus frequently
pictured Jiggs sitting in an
overstuffed chair with his
bandaged foot resting on a
hassock to indicate Jiggs'
wealth, since gout has been
considered a rich-man's
malady because it is
commonly related to a rich
diet. It is one of the oldest
ailments known to0man, dating
back to ancient Egypt, some
3,000 years ago. Jiggs' favorite
food was corned beef and
cabbage, detested by Maggie
and their daughter, Nora, but a
good choice for anyone subject
to gout.
McManus used humor to
make a point, and often times
people seem to think that gout
is not to be taken seriously, but
those who suffer bouts are
aware that it is extremely
painful, hangs on for days or
weeks, and is debilitating and
draining on the body.
Normally, a siege will
continue for approximately a
week, then mysteriously
disappear for weeks or months
before reappearing. It is often
misdiagnosed as rheumatoid
arthritis, and even though it is
a form of arthritis, the two
maladies spring from different
causes, requiring X-rays and
blood tests to properly identify
the culprit.
Five weeks ago, I noticed a
slight twinge of pain in my
right knee. Being acquainted
with gout, I expected it to
worsen before getting better. I
further expected the swelling,
pain and fever to run its course
in 5-6 days, but that was not to
be. With the symptoms
continuing to be painful and
curtailing my activities, I
sought relief by my general-
practitioner doctor. A shot of
cortisone in the joint relieved
the pain for a few days, but it
was only temporary relief, and
the old enemy returned. It now


seems to have run its course,
and I can look forward to
being pain free until the next
episode.
My first encounter with gout
was some 20 years ago and
began in a typical manner with
a big toe swelling, turning red
and becoming painful. Any
one of several painkillers can
alleviate the pain early on, but
rest assured, the old nemesis
will return again and again and,
increase in intensity as time
passes.
Even the long-ago Egyptians
connected gout to diet and
consumption of rich foods, but
they didn't recognize the real
culprit for hundreds of years.
Actually, diet is on the
periphery 'of cause and
contributes little to attacks of
gout, but today's doctors
continue to caution the
afflicted to refrain from eating
red meatralnd other foods high
in purines.;The real: culprits lie
elsewhere.
Gout is the result of uric
acid-a necessary component
for the 'body-building up in
joints and tissues. Too much
will lead to gout. Too little will
trigger multiple sclerosis.
Never does an individual
experience both ailments at the
same time. The kidneys act as
a control valve, excreting
excessive amounts when
everything is operating
properly, but outside factors
can alter kidney function.
Uric acid is measured by
milligrams per deciliter in the
blood, with gout occurring
when the reading is 6.0 or
above. If the reading is 3.9 or
lower, the patient is subject to
multiple sclerosis.
Aside from diet, there are
two major causes of gout, one
of which is a high production
of uric acid by the body for
unknown reasons, possibly
from inherited genes. The
second cause, and possibly the
predominant cause, is failure
of the kidneys to excrete
excess acid from the body. In
the event uric acid levels are
running above normal, then
food items rich in purines
should be avoided. Foods that
contain purines, include
anchovies, nuts and organ
foods, such as liver, kidney
and sweetbreads. Many gout
victims have given up on
shellfish, including oysters and
shrimp. (I love both!)
People with a family history
of gout have a 20-percent


chance of inheriting the
malady. Women are not
generally susceptible to gout
prior to menopause, but the
chances are equalized in post-
menopause years.
British people are five times
more likely to develop gout.
African-Americans, but not
native' Africans, are more
likely than the general
population to develop gout.
(No reason given.)
Alcohol, especially beer,
increases the possibility of
developing gout. Kidney
stones are more prevalent in
gout victims.
In early stages, medication
(such as Tylenol) may control
the pain, and the gout will go
away in 3-4 days, but my
experience has been the sieges
get longer and more severe as
one ages. Changing one's diet
may help, but unless the diet
includes excessive amounts Of
purines--primarily red meat-
the culprit is found in the
kidneys that are failing to
cleanse the blood, a much
more serious condition and one
that is much more difficult to
control.
It is unfortunate that people.
.tend to pooh-pooh gout as
being nothing more than an
inconvenience, since the
underlying cause will become
life threatening at some point.
Enjoy those shrimp and
oysters while you can.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
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Dear Editor:
It's time for another tea
party in Starke, Saturday, Nov.
14, at the old brick Armory on
U.S. 301. We have to do it
again because Congress has
failed to get our message.
The House passed a 1,990-
page, $1.5 trillion dollar
healthcare reform bill knowing
that the majority of Americans
don't" want healthcare reform
that grows government without
.reducing costs. Thirty-nine
Democrats and all but one
Republican voted against it.
Americans have spoken and
they do not want bureaucrats
in our medical records and
making life and 'death
decisions for us and our
families. We thought we made
that clear at town halls, tea
parties, marches on
Washington, and by phone
calls, e-mails, and faxes. But,
the Democrats in Congress
have ignored us. When we told
them that we were_ .sick...of--
wasteful borrowing and
spending, they mocked us and
called us a mob.
We know the government
has never run a program that
saved money and ran
efficiently. The proof is in
Medicare, Medicaid and Social
Security, Amirak, Indian
healthcare, and the U.S. Post
Office. All of those programs,
aiid more, are inefficient and
require billions of dollars in
subsidies every year. Worst of
all, we now know we have
elected too many politicians
who care only about enriching.
themselves and getting
reelected.
When the American people
go to the polls in 2010, we will
remember who voted for
stimulus, cap and trade,
government-run health care,
and government takeovers.
Most of all, we will remember
who mocked us, lied to us, and
tried to take away our free
speech. And we will not rest
until their power is gone.
Deanna May
Starke

U.S. does not

have the best
healthcare
system
Dear Editor:
This is in regards to Buster
Rahn's editorial "A matter of
opinion" still timely (Nov. 5
issue)-a reprint of an editorial
he wrote in 1994 to express his
opposition to the Democratic
Party initiative for healthcare
reform. I disagree with Mr.
Rahn's proclamation that we
have "the finest medical
system ever devised by
humans." Does he really
believe this?
The U.S. ranks 37th in the
world in healthcare delivery,
actording-to the World Health
Organization. (France and
Italy rank first and second
respectively.) 'Yet the U.S.
spends rfore money per person
on healthcare than any other
country! This past week, I
heard Howard Clark, a CNN
"money expert," advise the
uninsured.and underinsured to
look into getting non-
emergency surgeries . . in
Thailand, Singapore, or India


because the cost is 1/3 to 1/5 of
what the same surgery would
cost in the U.S. I heard
another CNN report that
healthcare insurance premiums
in the U.S. have increased
130% in the last 10 years. A
Harvard Medical Research
study released in September
2009 reports that 45,000
Americans die every year
because they have no health
insurance. I don't think the
families and friends of these
Americans will sing praises for
our healthcare system. Neither
will those families who go
bankrupt due to medical'
bills-and these are not
isolated cases since more than
half of bankruptcies in the U.S.
today are due to medical
debts. I do not believe we
'have "the finest health-
delivery system ever devised
by humans."
While I think our health
care system has serious
problems which adversely
impact not only the poor but
also the middle class, I do not
believe that our current
Congress will deliver to the
American people any genuine
healthcare reform. The
Medicare prescription drug
legislation during the Bush-
Republican administration was
supposed to help seniors but
turned out to be a sham. It was
just a bonanza to the
pharmaceutical drug
companies. I am afraid
whatever legislation is passed
in Congress, with or without
the so-called' Public Option,
will just .be a big bonanza to
the health insurance
companies.
I do not support the current
health reform proposals NOT
because I am afraid of "a
complete government
takeover" of our healthcare
system, NOT-'because I object
to socialized medicine, NOT
because I will lose my freedom
to "choose" my doctor or
"choose" my medical
treatment. Medicare is a
government-run insurance
program. I would like to know
how many seniors are crying
to give up their Medicare
insurance. Healthcare through
the V.A. is socialized
medicine. I would like to
know how many veterans want
to stop receiving care from the
V.A. facilities. And this fear
propaganda that we may not be
able to choose our doctors or
medical treatment is just that-
fear propaganda. We are not
exactly feU fi "M irT7Eurrenl
health care system. It is th�
health insurance company,
NOT the medical doctor, that
determines which medical
treatment you can receive. It
is the insurance plan which
determines whether or not you
are restricted to doctors "in the
network." Those with deep
pockets have unlimited
choices. How many of us have
deep pockets?
The healthcare proposals
being debated are supposed to
be the right versus left, the
conservative versus the liberal,
the Republicans versus the
Democrats. To me, these
alleged divisions are only
illusions. It is my opinion that
corporate interests have been
running victorious with the
help of corporate media and at
the expense of the American
people. Sadly, we have lost
our government for the people
and by the people to a
government run by
corporations for the elite. And


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it did not start with the Obama .
administration. '-
Fe Ripka .--
Hampton .


What is our
future?
Dear Editor:
Recently, upon leaving the
Post Office at closing time, I.:
noticed one of the employees.".;
lowering our flag, folding it.,';
away, to be raised again the,.
next work day. I had never..'-:;
witnessed that act before, and ;'
was suddenly struck with the
import of such care of our flag.
No matter how routine such a
duty is for a government
institution, that required
special handling of the flag of "
the United States of America
declares a profound message.
I personally find our stars
and stripes to be the most.,''
beautiful flag in world.'"''
However, looking beyond it's.'
appearance, what does our flag
represent? As I contemplate,
the foundation and history of
this nation, and consider the'
message that our flag '/.'
proclaims, it can be stated with
one word- FREEDOM.
This generation is
witnessing, not just a national,.
but a world-wide effort to
obliterate national sovereignty.'"
We are being told that we must'
give up the freedoms we have/;i
fought for, and the rights. -
granted to us by our.
Constitution, in order to move..
toward a new world order and""
save the planet. This program "'
is being undertaken largely'"
under the guise of the pseudo-"
scientific religion of
environmentalism.
Man, who can't save.'
himself, is going to save the�"'
planet? The statements coming''
out of Washington make it a"':
little easier to understand how"'
Hitler came to power in
Germany. In time, Hitler'v
proceeded with his "final"'
solution." I wonder what the' "
global one will end up being?'"'
If you listen to some of the`"-
statements of our president's! :
czars, you can at least get the-"'
gist.
Mankind's efforts to unify
the world is nothing new. Thee'
building of the Tower of Babel/'"
is our first recorded attempt."-'
"Let us build for ourselves a'
city and a tower whose top will :
reach into heaven; and let us
make for ourselves a name,.
lest we be scattered abroad.""
over toa S, of,, tlh yhole
carh,' iM ;mrod, .Alexander, ,
Caesar, Constantine,
Napoleon, Hitler, Mao, Stalin,
right up to the czars of today-
it won't work.
In the face of all of man's
plans, purposes, and "final"'
solutions," I would answer'
with the words of King David ..
of Israel, "Let us fall into the
hand of the Lord, for His..
mercy is great; but let us not.;;
fall into the hand of man."
Rosemary Hyslop
Keystone Heights


HPD turns
down

stimulus

funds offer
Attention Bradford Sheriff ''"
Gordon Smith: :
I have given a lot of thought *

See FUNDS, p. 5B0'







Nov. 12, 2009 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR Page 5B


Bradford
County FFA
Alumni
Association
The Bradford County FFA
Alumni Association will hold
its monthly meeting on Nov.
17, at 6:30 p.m. in the
agricultural department at the
Bradford Vo-Tech. It will be
open to the public. For more
information, call Jessica at
904-364-6683.


HEART
Continued from page 1 B
management districts together
at a meeting last week to
discuss the issue of water
supply. The water management
personnel met with the mayors
of Ocala and Gainesville,
commissioners from both
Alachua and Marion counties,
both Alachua and Marion
county managers and other
elected officials and utilities
representatives from both
counties.
Barnwell said what ensued
was a candid discussion
concerning permitting
regulations and what'
legislative issues should those
present at that meeting be
aware of.
"All these issues we're
trying to help bring to the
table," Barnwell said. "I can't
answer them. I can't make
anything happen, but the
policy-makers within the
counties have to be aware of
what the waier management
districts are doing. The water
management districts need to
know what the concerns are of
the region.
"Together, collaboratively,
we've got to work together to
make sure we have got the
water supply that we need
down the road. If you have no
water supply, you don't have
any economic development,
and you don't have any quality
of life."
Regional water is one of
seven strategic focus areas of
the Heart of Florida. The
others are: economic
development, legislative,
marketing/branding, regional
transportation, arts, culture and
recreation, and organization
infrastructure.
Barnwell talked at length
about some of the strategic
focus ' areas, 'including
legislative in which he said the
belief is more can be
accomplished in Tallahassee if
matters. are brought before
legislators as a region as
opposed to individual entities.
In regard to economic
development, Barnwell talked
of an annual site location
consultants event the Heart of
Florida is involved with, but
which is funded by other
entities. The goal is to
convince consultants to
encourage their clients-
businesses looking to expand,
for example-to consider this
region of Florida. Sasser said a
marp of Bradford County
indicating possible sites for
businesses could be presented
at this event.
Barnwell also talked of a
concept called "economic
gardening" in which resources
are used to help an existing
business expand, increasing
job opportunities.
The Heart of Florida
receives limited funding from
a, grant, thus members are
required to pay an annual fee.
As Barnwell put it, "To be at
e table, to make the decisions
n where this organization
goes, there has to be an
investment by that particular
organization."
- Member fees differ
depending on the size of the
organization, but there is equal
representation on the board.
.lachua and Marion counties,
(or example, pay an annual fee
bf $2,500.
S: Bradford County
commission Chairman Doyle
9~omas spoke up and said
Srch a fee obviously has not
been included in the county's
budget and said neither has
sich a fee been factored into
hlie school board budget
[Superintendent Beth Moore
was present at the meeting as
vell). Thomas asked if the
bounty could partner with the


school board and the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce and allow the
chamber to join the coalition
phile representing all three
entities.
; Barnwell said the coalition
placed no restrictions on how
Many organizations from one
county could join or how those
entities chose to be
represented.
"From my perspective, you
'll decide who your
representative's going to be,"
.Barnwell said.
'--Thomas said he liked the


idea of being a part of the
coalition, a sentiment which
was echoed by North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce member Darrell
O'Neal. Those two, along with
Moore and other interested
officials, will meet again Jan.
12 to discuss potential
involvement with the Heart of
Florida Regional Coalition.
The Nov. 6 meeting was the
second such meeting, though
Cheryl Canova, the director of
the Andrews Center, and
chamber
members/businessmen Harry
Hatcher and Scott Roberts
have also attended a Heart of
Florida executive meeting.


"You may not want all the
entities to be involved," Sasser
said, "but like (Barnwell) was
saying, decide which is the
lead person or lead group and
then explore it."
For more information on the
Heart of Florida Regional
Coalition, please visit the
coalition's Web site at
www.cf.edu/about/heart.


FUNDS
Continued from page 4B
to the request for a new car. I
am dropping my request
because of my belief that for


us to accept stimulus money is
wrong. The more I thought
about it, the more I realizedJ
this is a prime example of
saying something and doing
something else.
I believe the the whole
concept of the stimulus
packages that the president has
proposed will rob our children
and our grandchildren,
something I want no part of.
The argument could be
made that the money is being
freely given and if we don't
take it, somebody else will, but
that doesn't absolve me of
being guilty of robbing my'
children if I take the money. I
don't want to drive the


getaway car that robs .my
children. Since I believe that,
then it would be hypocritical
of me to accept the car.
My thoughts are to send the
money back with this letter
and request that it not be
wasted on wants but save it for
needs instead.
We are a poor community,
but we are willing to make do
with what we have so that
others may benefit later.
I want you to know that this
letter is written with the
deepest possible compassion
and much thought given to the
rieeds of our community, but
we must do what is best for the
needs of a future generation


that depends on us to leave
them with something to work
and live with. My children's
future is something I don't
want to waste.
Thank you for the
consideration , and
thoughtfulness in your kind
gesture of offering the car, but
I can't accept it based on my
beliefs and on the fact that I
must do what's best for my
community.
Sincerely, Hampton Police
Chief John Hodges


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FHP sets
checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and
Union counties:
* Bradford County-C.R.
230, C.R. 100A, C.R. 231,
C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16,
C.R. 227, Speedville Road,
Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177ti St., S.R. 231,
C.R. 235, SW 75"'St.
* Union County-C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R. 231.

Animal
cruelty leads
to arrest
A Hampton woman's name
surfaced in relation to the
investigation of several
burglaries that had occurred in'
the south end of Bradford
County. When investigators
went to her home, they found
animals being held in
deplorable conditions.
A suspect in thte burglary
case stated that stolen property
from the burglaries had been
taken to the home of Pamela L.
Vossi, 43, of Hampton.
,On Nov. 10, Detective
Johnny Pons of the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office went
to her residence to recover the
property and discovered six
small dogs in a cage with no
access to food or water. The
dogs were malnourished,
infested with fleas and had
obvious signs of eye infection.
Vossi was not home, so the
dogs were taken into protective
custody at the Bradford
County Animal Control
Center. Dr. Joel Sailor of
Town and County Veterinary
Clinic in Starke treated all six
dogs and advised BCSO that
they showed signs of severe
neglect.
Vossi arrived at-the animal
control facility later on Nov.
10 to claim the dogs. Detective
Pons responded and arrested
her on six counts of cruelty to
animals and one count of
dealing in stolen property.
No bond was set as of press
time and she remained injail.

Recent
arrests in
Bradford,.
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Brian Alton McGriff, 49, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
3 by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) Deputy
Charles Townsend for
disorderly intoxication.
McGriff allegedly became
intoxicated and went to a
residence near his home,
shouting and cursing at the
people inside.
Brandon Lee Morgan, 23, of
Cumberland, Ohio, was
arrested Oct. 30 by UCSO
Deputy Townsend for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Bryan Lee Jones, 18, of


O'Brien was arrested Oct. 30
by UCSO Deputy Townsend
for battery after he allegedly
battered-two staff members of
the Union Juvenile Detention
Facility in Raiford. Jones was
being held in the detention
facility at the time.
Benjamin Ethan Amwake,
20, of Lake Butler turned
himself in to UCSO Deputy
Carl Hanlon on Nov. 3 after
learning that there was a
warrant for his arrest. He was
charged with larceny.
A 16-year-old Lake Butler
juvenile was arrested Nov. 5
by UCSO Deputy Mindy
Goodwin, for 'battery and
resisting arrest without
violence. 'The juvenile
allegedly attacked * another.
student at The Outpost in Lake
Butler.
Deputy Goodwin and UCSO
Deputy Crews witnessed the
juvenile attempt to attack the
other, student a second time.
He refused repeated orders by
deputies to cease that attempt.
He had to be physically
restrained.
James Barney Dowdy, 45, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Nov. 6 by UCSO
Capt. H.M. Tomlinson on a
capias for failure to appear in
court for an original
misdemeanor offense.
Therris Lavente Conney, 28,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 3 by UCSO Deputy John
Gootee for DUI, fleeing and
attempting to elude and
resisting an officer without
violence.
SDeputy Gootee attempted to
make a traffic stop on the
vehicle being driven by
Conney. Conney allegedly fled
and when Deputy Gootee
finally stopped the vehicle,
Conney refused to sudmit to
handcuffing and was forced to
the ground.
Eric Holmes, 26, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 9 by
UCSO Capt. Tomlinsn ono a
capias for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge. He was released
on his own recognizance.
Barry Kenneth Ely, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 9 by UCSO Deputy
David Shane for disorderly
intoxication after he was
allegedly found lying against a
fence at the side of C.R. 238.
He then allegedly threatened to
."box" DeputyShane ...
,,� *-' -.James- MartinAndersen, -5'2,"'
of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 2
by Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
being a habitual traffic
offender. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond Nov. 3.
John Lee Brown, 53, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 2 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for possession
of a firearm by a convicted
felon and fleeing and
attempting to elude a police
officer. Total bond was set at
$20,000 and he was released
on bond Nov. 3.
Jeffery Axel Share, 39, of
St. Augustine was arrested
Nov. 2 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Heather Robbins, 25, was
arrested Nov. 3 by BCSO


deputies for forgery. Bond was
set at $5;000 and she was
released on bond Nov. 4.
Patti Sue Williams, 33, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 3 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
Nov. 3.
Jerry Ray Cornwall Jr., 28,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 3
by BCSO deputies on a
warrant for two counts of
possession of more than 20
grams of a controlled
substance, two counts of sale
of a controlled substance, one
count of resisiting an officer
without violence and one count
of failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Total
bond was set at $136,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Deena L. Crawford, 29, of
Hampton was arrested Nov. 3
by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers for
failure to register a motor
vehicle. She was released on
her own recognizance Nov. 4.
Vanessa Lynn Hough, 32, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 3
by BCSO deputies on four
counts of violation of
probation. She was being held
on no bond.
Amy Marie Love, 35, of
Orlando was arrested Nov. 3
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Alan Eugene Crawford, 26,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 3
by BCSO deputies for grand
theft, burglary and two counts
of possession of more than 20
grams of a controlled
substance. He was released on
his own recognizance Nov. 6.
Dameon' Butler, 32, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 4 by
SPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. He purged the
charge by paying $800 on
Nov. 4.
Abram Griffis, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 4 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Total bond
was set at $6,000 and he was
released on bond Nov. 4.

Joshua Alexander
Stevenson, 27, of Starke was
arrested Nov. 5 by SPD
officers for disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Nov. 5.
Kelvin Bolton, 43, of'
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
5 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on a warrant for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond was
set at $4,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Lawrence Allen Demers, 49,
of Hampton was arrested Nov.
5 by parole and probation
officers for violation of parole.
He was being held on no bond.
Mark Tolin Jr., 28, of
Macclenny was arrested Nov.
5 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation. He was
being held on no bond.
Whitney Nicole Tanner, 23,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 5
by BCSO deputies for


violation of probation. Bond
was set at $36,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Henry Lamar Emanuel, 32,
of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 6
by SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $500 and he
was released on bond Nov. 6.
Brandon Walter, 26, of Port
St. Lucie was arrested Nov. 6
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $3,000 and he was
released on bond Nov. 7.
Richard Scott Vierling, 32,'
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 7 by BCSO deputies for
grand theft auto. Bond was set
at $10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
John Robert Munson, 30, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
SPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
,at $5,000.
Frederick Dewayne Tyson,
27, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. 8 by SPD officers for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge and on an
out-of-county warrant. Total
bond was set at $15,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
John Edward Taylor, 44, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
assault, simple battery,
improperly exhibiting a
firearm and culpable
negligence. He was being held
on no bond.
Reid Ernest Williams, 21, of
Palatka was arrested Nov. 8 by


BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond Nov. 8.
Judith Vonn Moody, 60, of
Sgirke was arrested Nov. 8 by
Lawtey Police Department
officers for DUI and resisting
an . officer without violence.
She was being held on no
bond.
Latisha Adams, 36, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
SPD officers for simple
assault. She was being held on
no bond.
Travis Vasquez, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested'
Nov. 3 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies for resisting an officer
without violence.
Justin Buchler, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 4 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for petit theft.
Thomas Hill, 53, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 5 by CCSO deputies for
lewd or lascivious conduct.
Johsua Brindle, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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David Glasgow, 27, of
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criminal mischief. Sturgis was
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violation of probation.
Christopher Brander, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


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protection.


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Second-grader Daveyon Moss is a little uneasy about
this whole shot thing despite reassurances from the
Bradford County Health Department's Lashawn
Mayes.


CLINICS
Continued from page 1 B

of the older students.
Despite being stuck with a
needle, several children as
young as kindergarteners at
Southside flashed smiles after
it was over as they sat calmly
while nurses applied cartoon-
character bandages on their
arms.
Children can also be
immunized against HINI
nasally via a mist, but Holland
said it was decided to go with
shots instead since parents
would not be on site in case a
child with asthma, for
example, had complications
after receiving the mist
vaccine.
Clark and other staff
members will continue the


clinics today, Nov. 12,
Starke Elementary Schoo
Upcoming clinics a
scheduled for the middle an
high schools in Bradford an
Union counties as well as ft
children in first-fourth grade
Lake Butler Elementar
School. Clinics have already
been conducted at Brooker an
Hampton elementary school
Lawtey Community Scho.
and Lake Butler Elementar
School (pre-k an
kindergarteners).
Children 9 or younger nee
two vaccinations to be ful
immunized. A second round
clinics at each school wi
begin the first week
December. Though fi
students who have already
been immunized, any stude
with parent permission ma
receive a vaccination ne
month, Clark said.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford's return to the
volleyball playoffs ended the
same way it did during the
Tornadoes' last appearance in
2005-a 3-0 loss. This time, it
was to Bolles in the Region 1-
Class 3A quarterfinals on Nov.
3 in Jacksonville.
Bolles (20-8), which played
Fernandina Beach (21-7) this
past Tuesday in a semifinal
match, defeated Bradford 25-9,
25-11, 25-8.. Bradford's
leading server-Ashley
Johnson-had just two points,
while Latasha Smith and
Meosha Kennedy led the team
in assists (4) and kills (3),
respectively.
The Tornadoes end their
season with an 11-7 record.
Bishop Snyder, the team that
defeated Bradford for the
District .4-3A championship,
lost 3-2 (25-22, 25-22, 14-25,
24-26, 11-15) to Fernandina
Beach in the quarterfinals. The
Cardinals finished witlt a 22-6
record.

Indians
sending 2 to
cross country
regional finals

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


nd Nathan Buchanan and Emily
Schaol will represent Keystone
ed Heights at the Region 2-2A
ly cross country finals after their
of performances at the District 3
ill meet, which was held Nov. 4
of in Crystal River.
or Buchanan finished as the
ly individual runner-up with a
nt time of 16:34.85, which left
ay him trailing only Anthony
xt Plourde of Pasco, who had a
time of 16:29.33. The boys'
field consisted of 80 runners.
Schaol placed 10"h out of
approximately 70 runners to
earn her regional berth,
finishing the race with a time
of 22:27.23.
The top 15 runners qualified
for the Regiori 2 meet, which
will be held Saturday, Nov. 14,


at Chain of Lakes in Titusville.
The girls' race is scheduled for
9 a.m., with the boys following
at 9:30 a.m.
The top six teams at the
district meet will also move
on. That left each Keystone
team one spot shy of
qualifying. Santa Fe and
Wesley Chapel earned the last
spots in the boys' and girls'
races, respectively, with their
sixth-place finishes.
Luis Rodriguez missed out
on qualifying for the regional
finals for Keystone by 10
spots, placing 25"' with a time
of 18:58.43. Other Keystone
boys' results were: Josh
Jimmeson (20:39.52), John
Portier (21:59.46), Tyler
Greenhaw (23:39.22), Andrew
Rowe (23:45.69) and Logan
Evans (26:05.01).
Raquel Doty-O'Kelly was
the next highest finisher for the
Keystone girls' team behind
Schaol, placing 31" with a time
of 24:50.58. Other girls'
results were: Ochessa Hall
(25:02.73), Kayla Sheffield
(25:17.99) and Mandy Frazier
(26:54.02).

Bradford

boys' team
falls short of
regional berth
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Andy Merrill placed 30"h out
of a field of approximately 100
runners for the Bradford boys'
cross country team, which
came close to earning a
regional berth at the District 2-
2A finals, which were held
Nov. 5 at Bishop Kenny High
School in Jacksonville.
The top eight teams earned
the right to move on to this
Saturday's Region I finals in
Tallahassee. Bradford placed
ninth as a team with a score of
270. Clay placed eighth with a
score of 196 to earn the last
qualifying spot.
Merrill led Bradford with a
time .of 17:49.60, whilc
teammate Jonathan Johns also
, finished in the top half of the
field, placing 50"' with a time
of 19:00.50. Ian Waters had a
time of 20:00.40, followed by
John Gillenwaters (20:29.60),
David Weeks (21:13.20),
Thomas Nguyen (21:47.90)
and Scott Thomas (26:24.50).


Four competed for Bradford
in the girls' race, with Nicole
Miller earning the highest
finish. Miller was 46th out of
approximately 90 runners with


a time of 24:10.50. She was
followed by Christina Jordan
(24:42.90), Rachel Baier
(26:20.10) and Grace
Dennison (26:26.60).


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I OBITUARIES


In Memory of
G. W. Parrish
Nov. 26, 1925-Nov. 2, 2008
Daddy,
I have so many reasons to be
proud you are my Daddy: I
have learned to accept people
as they are and that everyone
has good inside, but you have
to look harder in some than
others.
You taught me love, respect,
compassion, and a great love
for God, people and for life.
You taught me how to win,
how to lose, how to gain from
every experience, to have faith
in God and myself, to find the
bright side in difficult
situations, to be patient and not
judge others, and that life is
what you make it. You lived
your life in a way that I know
these things are true.
As a little girl, I adored and
loved you. As a teenager, I
loved and respected you and
your way of having special
talks with me. As a young
woman, I began to realize all
the love you put into raising
me, and the lessons you had
taught me since birth. As a
middle-aged woman, you are
my best friend with a way of.
making me still feel like your
special little girl.
The things you still do to
show your love for me will
always live in my heart. I hope
in my lifetime I will have
shown my great love for you
as well.
Thanks, Daddy for all the
love and support through the
years. God did a very special
thing when he gave me you for
a Daddy.
No time on Earth is long
enough to share with those we
love or to prepare our hearts
for that long and last goodbye.
Nov. 2, 2008, seems like only a
moment ago. The pain hurts as
if only a moment has passed.
I love you Daddy and we
will always be missing you.
Linda and Jeff Scott & the
rest of the family


The family would like to thank
the entire community for their
prayers and support, as well as
those who joined us in her
"Celebration of Life," which was
held at Amber's home (also the
home of Annette, Tyler and Terry
Hamilton), lakeside, on Hampton
Lake, Sunday, Nov. 8, at 2 p.m. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be
made directly to the family to help
with expenses or a donation can
be made to the Leukenlia
Foundation in memory of Amber..
PAID OBITUARY


Amber
Abourezk
HAMPTON LAKE-32-year-old
Amber Misty Abourezk passed
away Friday morning, Nov. 6,
2009, at Shands at UF Cancer
Center. She was a loving mother,
daughter, sister and friend, and'
above all, a Child of God. Though
she may have only been here for a
"season," those of us she left
behind know without a doubt, that
she was here for a "reason."
Amber was "Bigger than Life"
and because of that, she finally
won her battle with leukemia. She
was an active participant in the
Relay for Life .in Bradfqrd
County, as well as many other
fund-raising activities for cancer
research.
Her nine-year-old son, Noah,
was the light of her life, and her
mother, Tracy Abourezk, was her
dearest friend. Also left behind to
cherish" their special memories are
hlt e r Abourezk, and her
brother Adam Abourezk and his
wife Amanda, and her nephew,
Austin Abourezk, all of
Bradenton.
She will be dearly missed by
the many aunts, uncles, cousins
and friends who loved her so
much. She leaves behind her
loving aunts and uncles, Rebekah
and Gene Crawford, Jenny and
J.D. Mann, Annette and Terry
Hamilton, Jo Ann and Steve Cox,
Darlene and Bob Godwin, Elaine
and Berry Dykes, Velma and
Buddy Roarke, Carol and Buck
Wright, and Ronnie and Jan
Wilson. She was preceded in
death by her grandmother, Janie
"Nanny" Wilson of Hampton
Lake.


Clara Allen


Clara Allen
STARKE-Clara Mae
Cummings Allen, 87, iof Starke,
died Nov. 5, 2009, at Windsor
Manor Care Center of Starke after
an extended illness.
She was born in Starke on Oct.
6, 1922, and was a lifelong
resident of Bradford County. She
was a member of Pleasant Grove
United Methodist Church, and
attended the local schools of
Bradford County.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Lee "Buck" Allen
Sr.; a son, four brothers and one
sister. She is survived by: her
sons, John Allen West. of .Palm
Beach, Lee Allen Jr. of Starke;
three brothers, Isaac Cummings of
Starke, Harold Cummings and Jim
Cummings, both of West Palm
Beach; one sister, Lillian
Cummings of Starke, and many
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
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the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church with the Rev.
Carl Tyson conducting the
services. Interment will be held in
Bob-Love Cemetery in Pleasant
Grove under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home, Inc. Visitation will
be Friday, Nov. 13, at Haile
Memorial Chapel. Family hour
will be from 3-4 p.m. and friends
will visit from 4-8 p.m. Viewing
at the church is one hour prior to
the service. -Family will meet at
the home of Lillian Cummings,
5876 NW 177th St., Pleasant
Grove Community, near Starke.


Marta Bramble
STARKE-Marta Louise Wilson
Bramble, 69, of Starke, died
Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009.
She was born in Darby, Pa.; to
Wayne Wilson and the late Marta
Malmsjo Mcmurtrie. She attended
school in London, Englanid, and
Pleasantville, N.Y. She lived most
of her life in New York State, and
lived in Alachua for the past 25
years. She had lived in Starke for
the past four months. She worked
at Shands for 18 years as a
telecom communicator before
retiring.
She is survived by: her father,
Wayne Wilson; sons, Cary and
Terry Bramble, both of Alachua,
and Robin Bramble of Micariopy;
a daughter, Marta R. Arthur of;
Johnston; sisters, Jessie M. Rogers
of Starke, Sally A. Lobraico of


Sherman, Conn., Jamie B. Reiman
of Lake Butler and Barbara M.
Gloria of Starke; and two
grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
at a later date under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Elizabeth Missionary Baptist,
Church, 780 SW 3Y St., Lake ;'
Butler. Arrangements are:
entrusted to Combs Funeraf Home
of Lake City.


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Claudie Brinson
Claudie Mae Hill. Brinson died
on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009. She
was born Aug. 7, 1933, in
Swainsboro, Ga. to the late Sam
and Ethel Jackson. She graduated
from the Union County public
schools in 1981. She was a
member of the House of Prayer
Holiness Church. .
She was preceded in death by:
her .husband, ,James: Brinson; a
daughter, 1Aona Brinson; a sister;
Annie Cora Grayson; and a
brother-in-law, Collis Small.
She is survived by: daughters,
Betty Jean Alexander (Clarence)
Bacon, .and Zander Sue (Earley)
Young; a son, Michael (Patricia)
Hill; brothers, Sam Jr...(Mary),
Eddie (Cora), and Grady; 15
grandchildren arid 29 great-
grandchildren.
Homegoing services for Mrs.
Brinson will be Saturday; Nov. 14,
at 2 p.m. at the Union County
High School auditorium. The
family will receive friends Friday,
Nov. 13, from 5-7 p.m. at Greater


Vickie Hester
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Vickie Carol Hester, 57, of Green
Cove Springs, passed away -
peacefully on Sunday, Nov. 8, ';
2009, after her battle with kidney -A
cancer. c
Vickie was born on Feb. 12,
1952, in Savannah, Ga.. to'
parents, Roger Skelton and f.
lMyargeret Katherine Kramer She W
was a long time employee % ith the '.
Florida Highway Patrol as a .-
communications duty officer.
She is survived by: her husband
of' 17 years, Randall Hester.
father, Roger Skelton; children.
Christopher Mallonee, Katherine
Mills, Matthew Mallonee and
Stephanie Roach; sisters, Joy Lane
and Theresa Cooley and her most
cherished 16 grandchildren
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friends was held on Wednesda,.
Nov. 11, from 6-8 pm in the
Broadus-Raines Chapel. Please -
sign the family's online guestbook
at www.broadusraines.com.
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the care of Broadus-Raines,40
Funeral 'Home of Green Cove
Springs.
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I OBITUARIES


Vera Johns
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS-
Vera Gainey Johns, 88, of
Worthington Springs, died
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, at the
Bradford Terrace Care Center in
Starke after an extended illness.
She was a lifelong resident of
Union County. She was a nursing
assistant at Sunland Training
Center and retired in 1976. She
was a member of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints,
Lake Butler Ward.
She was the daughter of the late
Benjamin Gainey and Donnie
Stokes Gainey. She..was-preced
in death by her husband, Loys
Johns, and two sons, Marklee and
Gerald Johns.
Mrs. Johns is survived by: sons,
Wallace and Benny Johns of
Worthington Springs and Larry
Johns of Gainesville; a brother,
Benjamin Gainey Jr. of Cocoa;
sisters, Lillie Parrish of Starke,
Nina Malloy of Jacksonville, and
Evelyn Lobenthal of Lake Butler;
nine, grandchildren, 20 great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
granddaughter.
Graveside services were held
Saturday, Nov. 7, in the Elzey
Chapel Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Charlotte
Lynn
PALATKA-Charlotte Marie
Lynn, 55, of Palatka,- asse-daway
peacefully in her sleep Saturday,
Nov. 7, 2009, at her residence.
She was born in Palatka and had
I. ed most of her life there. She
had formerly worked for Southern
Qell in Palatka as an operator.
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a office manager for for two local
pediatricians . Charlotte was a
member of the Christ Independent
Methodist Church in Palatka
vdhere she had sung in the choir.
fShe enjoyed going to the beach,
attending . oncerts.crafts pottery,
sewing, ooking.2g aig ag& ^
especially spending time with her
family.
Charlotte was preceded in death
by her father, Howard Tomlinson
Sr. and one brother, Jimmy
Tomlinson.
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of 26 years, Dickie Lynn of
Palatka; her mother, Nancy Banks
of Green Cove Springs; three
daughters and a son-in-law, Kerry
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Enforcement Board is scheduled
for November 17 at 6:00 p.m. in the
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse.
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Heights, and Meghan Lynn of
Jacksonville; two sisters, Sharon
Arsenault of St. Augustine and
Elizabeth Tomlinson of Green
Cove Springs; one brother and
sister-in-law, Lenny and Kim
Tomlinson of Green Cove
Springs; twb sisters-in-law,
Sharon Goodwin of Palatka and
Sylvia Gumble of St. Augustine;
three grandchildren, Trey
Alsabrook, Brandon Lynn and
Cooper Alsabrook; and many
nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts
and uncles.
Calling hours will begin at 4
p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 1, at
the Masters Funeral Home in
Palatka with funeral services
following at 6 p.m. at the funeral
home with Chaplain Amos Price
officiating. In honor anu
celebration of Charlotte's life, a
video tribute will be shown.
Memorial gifts may be sent to the
Lee Conlee House, PO Box 2558,
Palatka, FL 32178.
Messages of sympathy may be
sent to mastersobit@hotmail.com.
Masters Funeral Home of Palatka
is in charge of arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY

Edith Fay
Norman
FRUITLAND PARK-Edith Fay
Norman, 74, of Fruitland Park,
passed away on Nov. 9, 2009, at
Leesburg Regional Medical
Center. Mrs. Norman was born in
Montier, Mo. on April 3, 1935, to
the late Ernest Eschrich and
Maude Nicholson.
She has been a resident of
Fruitland Park since 2008 after
moving from Okla. where she
previously resided for 33 years.
Mrs. Norman enjoyed fishing in
her spare time.
She is preceded in death by her
daughter, Glorida Arlene Baker
and sisters, Kathleen Huffman,
Ernestine Duffield and Pauline
Sansouci.
She is survived by: her husband
of 22 years, Billy C. Norman of
Fruitland Park; her children,
Richard Baker of Kansas City,
Kan., Cynthia Thompson of Blue
Springs, Mo., Stewart Ross of'Las
Vegas, Nev., Linda Lee and Kim
Gordon of Mannford, Okla., Lisa
Hansen of Starke, and Timothy


Wayne "Buddy" Norman of
Greenbrier, Ark.; 17 grandchildren
and 15 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, Nov. 13, at 2 p.m.


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friends.
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his brother, Andy Strickland and
brother-in-law, Jim Seiple.
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his wife of 48 years, Rosine
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her" mother, Marjorie Zika;
brothers, John and David Zika;


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Prudence Bowser; and a grandson.
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ndias overcome


Bradford
quarterback
John Clark
looks for an
open receiver
while running
back Rodney
Mosley
(background
left) holds off
Fort White's
Steven Griffith.







.Tornadoes' season ends



h 35-7 loss to Ft. White


7 q lWhite's Alexis Blake
three touchdowns,
. t visiting Indians took
-s tage of another game of
S. ts I-iam.s miscues for
Sn handing the
a a 5-7 defeat.
:-, ~ have been a major
"is a fr the Tornadoes (4-6)
q ; sason, with the position
*iP ,appe" rhaps being'
S t the most. It showed as
't S,. Qsecutive Bradford punt
in ithe third quarter
in Fort White
was after snaps sailed
Ver the head of punter
SCr bedge.
* ywt White, though, already
led 21-0 before those two
scores as the Bradford offense,
- liit by penalties, squandered
two drives deep into Fort
-Whij territory in the first half,
whilh left the Tornadoes
trailing 14-0 at the break.
"We didn't have a whole lot
S f penalties oq defense,"
Braford head coach Steve
i Hard said, "but a couple of
,5Ay ones on offense hurt us."
There were some highlights
offensively for the Tornadoes
as running back Donnelle
WiLli4ms gained 156 yards on
44 grries, while also catching
., t :passes for 47 yards.
QuTartback John Clark
comipleted 6-of-13 passes for
Sl yards, with three of those
tco etions going to
Ya' Keem Griner for 42 yards.
Pevon Paulk, who stepped in


for Clark at the end of the
game, completed 2-of-3 passes
for 45 yards to help Bradford
move downfield toward its
lone score of the night-a 1-
yard touchdown run by
Rodney Mosley. Williams,
who caught three passes for 45
yards, caught both of Paulk's
completions.
It was Williams who
provided the first big play of
the night for the offense when
he broke free for a 57-yard
gain to the Fort White 20 on
the game's first play from
scrimmage. Bradford,
however, was then hit with an
illegal-procedure penalty,
followed by Mosley being
dumped for a 4-yard loss. The
Tornadoes eventually turned
the ball over on downs it the
26.
Fort White (4-5) picked up a
couple of first downs on runs


by Montre Cray and Soron
Williams. The Indians ran the
ball five straight times before
quarterback Alex Gilmer
attempted his first pass, which
was good for a 46-yard
touchdown to Blake at the 7:05
mark of the opening quarter.
It was Williams again
carrying the Bradford offense
on the Tornadoes' second
series. He had four straight
carries, gaining 39 yards to the
Fort White 40. He later had a'
15-yard run to set up a first
down at the 16-yard line, but
just like on their first drive, the
Tornadoes were hurt by a
penalty-a personal foul that
backed them up to the 30.
The Tornadoes eventually
faced fourth-and-20 at the 26.
Cubbedge was sent out to punt,
but he had to field a low,

See BHS, p. 12B


injuries, run to 48-7 win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph.Staff Writer
Losing two of your biggest'
contributors on offense in the
first quarter would be a cause
for concern for any head
coach, especially. for one,
whose team has struggled to-
win this season.
However, the Keystone
Heights football team .
overcame, the loss of wide
receiver Ryan Latner and
running back Reggie Thomas
to defeat host Umatilla 48-7 in
a District 4-2B matchup Nov.
6.
Head coach Chuck
Dickinson estimated Lamtner
and Thomas make *up 70
percent of his offense.
Thomas, in fact, had already
gained 83 yards and scored
twice on just five carries-
before his injury..
The Indians' (4-5, 1-4 in
District 4) scored three
touchdowns after Thomas left
the game to lead 34-0 at the-
half.
"The other kids stepped up,"-
said Dickinson, whose team
finished with 337 yards on, the.
ground.

Fullback Shane Jennings,.
-who missed a couple of games
because of an injury, and
running back Alex Gonzales,
who was moved up from the
junior varsity team certainly
stepped up. Each scored two
touchdowns and finished with
more than. 100 yards on the
ground as the Indians became
the sixth team .to defeat
Umatilla (0-9, 0-5) by at least
35. points.
Thomas' time may have
been brief, but his presence


was felt immediately when he
returned the game's opening
kickoff, approximately 40
yards. Two plays later, he was
on his way to a 59-yard
touchdown run.
Keystone's defense forced
Umatilla to turn the ball over
on downs at midfield after the
Bulldogs went for it on a
fourth-down play. Thomas
soon added his second score-
on a 17-yard run.
The Indians forced the
Umatilla offense to punt the
ball on the ensuing series.
Later injured himself on the
return, which was soon
followed by Thomas' injury.
Dickinson relied on Jennings
to carry the load the remainder
of the first quarter. The
fullback gained 55 yards in the
quarter and scored on a 25-
yard run.
"That was a plus to get him
back (from injury)," Dickinson
said.
Jennings, who finished with
111 yards on 14 carries, added
another touchdown on a 3-yard
run in the second quarter.


Gonzales also scored in the
second quarter on a 5-yard run
and impressed Dickinson with
how he settled into the flow of
the game.
"As the game -went on, it
looked like he understood it a
little better and ran a little
better," Dickinson said. '
Gonzales added a -2-yard
touchdown run in the third
quarter and finished as the
game's leading rusher with
132 yards on 17 carries.
Keystone quarterback
Brantley Lott, who completed
3-of-5 passes for 69 yards, had
the Indians' last score on a 1-
yard sneak in: the fourth
quarter.
All of Lott's completions
went to Chase Julius.
Dickinson said it was a huge
win as the Indians attempt to
avoid a second straight losing
season. They can do that with
a homecoming win over
Interlachen this Friday, Nov.
13, at 7:30 p.m. in Keystone.
Dickinson said he anticipates
Latner and Thomas will be
able to play.


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mals only References,
$595 permonrn Call 904-
966-1334.
MIMOSA MANOR MH
2BR rentals available, 1
monlns rent moves you
in with proof of steady
income Call 904-964-
5427
ONE MONTH FREE Holiday
rental special Pay 1st.
lasi plus deposit and pick
a monlh during the year
rent free Three mobile"
nomes to choose from
Call 904-964-3359
RENT 2BR/2BA MH for one
or two people Service
animals only $575 per
monin and $575 security
Call 904-964-9719
3BR/2BA ALL BRICK home
in Lawtey Offers stainless
steel appliances, wood
and tile flooring, gas fire-
place, in ground pool, 2
car garage, $1,450. Call
904-626-1815.
3BR/2BA HOME WITH CH/
A, fenced back yard,
screened front and back
Porch. Very short drive'
to Prison from CR225.
$750/mo. $1500 to move
in' Call C.K. Ryan (904)
838-5094.
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
,frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $135, rooms
per night are $25. Tax
not included. To see the


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R rooms, go to the Manag-
ers apartment on Walnut
Street, across from Post
Office at Magnolia Hotel,
or call 904-964-4303.

51 Lost and
l' Found
AREWARD for the return of
fire gear bag taken from
Sthe back of my Chevy
Silverado, Wal-mart on
Saturday 11/9/2009 at
11:30am. Contents in-
cluded bunker pants, fire
-boots, flashlights and
:' other gear I need to re-
spond to calls. Can dfop
off at the Sampson City
Fire Department. Call
352-494-2956 or 352-
. 468-1201.

,, 52 Animals and
" Pets
: SBradford County Fair.
SCall 904-222-1643.
' DOG TAGS - DOG TAGS -
. DOG TAGS! Buy them at
. the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
2 including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
.- information.

53 A Starke Yard.
Sales
MOST COMPETITIVE buy-
er of gold and silver coins,
904-966-2122.
NOV. 13 & 14 yard sale on
251st Street. Road signs
S from CR 125 and 301.
Christmas decor, tools,
clothes, lots of stuff, see
you there.
LARGE YARD SALE
- Household, misc., tools,
i equipment. Sat. & Sun.
S 8am. to ? 502 South Ep-
person Street, Starke.
TWO FAMILY yard sale, Sat.
S8am to ? 1023 East Call
SStreet. Furniture, toys,
children's items, misc.
MOVING SALE, SAT. 7am
W -to 12pm, 3.6 miles West
Sof Lawtey on HWY 225.
Tools, furniture, a little bit
of everything!


BIG SALE! Sat. & Sun. 9am
til ? 301 N. just past Fair
Grounds on right (U-Haul)
wide variety of yard sale
items and new items,
including brand new Levis
socks, brand new kids
clothing, gatorade, food
items, antiques, small
entertainment center,
table and 4 chairs $125,
collectibles, and furniture.
etc.
GARAGE SALE Sat. Nov.
14th, 8am til 2pm, 756
W. Market Rd., by fair
grounds. Pecans! Chil-
dren's & adult clothing,
shoes, toys, child's John
Deere electric riding toy,,
farm items, what knots,
weed eater, to much to
list.
GARAGE SALE Nov., 13
& 14, 8:30am to 3:30pm.
Something for everyone.
Mostly new items. Don't
miss this onel 8443 SE
100.
YARD SALE UNDERCOV-
ER Fri. & Sat. *8:30am
to 4pm. Tools, books,
Christmas decor & gifts,
VHS movies, sheets(all
sizes), lamps, blankets,
toys, games, glassware,
bake ware, records, golf
clubs, jewelry, pottery,
lap top, pictures, gifts and
more. 1303 W. Pratt St.
(Saratoga Heights) priced
low.
9AM TO ? Fri., Sat. & Sun.
314 St. Clair St. Car ste-
reo equipment, clothes,
toys, DVD's, PS1 & PS2
games, PC games, knick
knacks, & what knots.
NENA'S YARD SALE Follow
signs from Call St. and
hospital. Nice clothes,
jackets, men & women
shoes, sheets, blankets,
furniture, and much more.
Thrurs. & Friday, 8:30 to
DINING ROOM SUITE,
French provincial oval
dining room table with 6
chairs & matching China
-cabinet, $200 OBO. Call
S904-964-5244, leave a
message.
YARD SALE Fri. & Sat.
8am til ? Multi family sale.
Power tools, cloths, misc.
SR 100 West (Edwards
Road), follow signs.


"2 Redllers w/Pfiddle Storage
Unit. Cloth & Tam In color.
$1,000 OBO
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Brand new 2009, never lived in 3/2
Skyline MH, 1,200 sqft of living space,
with 500 sqft of decking.,tXpen floor plan.
Loads of extras. Situated on (1) very
private acre, just 2 miles from town.
Keystone schools.
(352) 478-6208 for further info or directions.


SALE SAT. NOV. 14,9am to
? Crate Bass Amp, Hard
bike, treadmill, (pedestal
Glass table 6'6 x 44"),
and much more. 1484 NE
154th Terrace, Starke Golf
& Country Club area.
BARN SALE SAT. 8am
to ? 5 families, house-
hold, antiques, children's
clothes, dealers welcome,
all must gol8137 CR 233,
from 301,' 16 West, left
of CR 233 (Morgan Rd.)
2.5 miles on right, follow
signs.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
. Fri. & Sat., 8am til ? 704
SE SR 100. Tools, toys,
glassware, & scrubs.
FRI. & SAT. 1.5 miles East
on Rt. 100, formerly Old
Glory Feed. Lots of new
items, weed eater, air
compressor small motor
& much more.
YARD SALE FRI. & SAT.
HWY 100 towards Key-
stone. Clothes, household
items, furniture, horse
trailer, Bush hog $150.'
Call 352-225-0785 for
details.
FAMILY YARD SALE SAT.
8am til ? 2 miles from 301,
SR 16 towards prison,
Conerly Estates. Clothing
from baby to adult, sports
collectibles, misc.

53 B Keystone
Heights Yard
Sales
MOVING SALE furniture
and much more. Fri. 8:30
to 12pm, Sat. 8:30 to 3pm.
Off CR 214 mile before
dump.
ASHILEY LAKE home own-
ers community yard sale.
Sat. Nov. 14, 9am to 2pm.
Oakleaf Park, 8 miles
from light off SR 26, follow
the signs.


SATURDAY NOV. 14TH,
8am to 2pm;. 6838 Crys-
tal Lake Rd. From HWY
100 take Camp Keystone
road to 6838 Crystal Lake
Road, follow signs. Elec-
tric grills, household and
Christmas items, books,
dog house, clothes, tools,
precision tools, lots of
misc. items. Rain date
Nov. 21st.
2 FAMILY MOVING SALE
Sat. 11/14/2009, 8am to
1pm. Crafts, Christmas,
retro fabric, star wars col-
lectible watches, men's
bicycle, gliding rocker,
clothing-girls age 6, boys
size 16, women's size 12,
screen divider, shoes size
8 women's, tide racing
jacket, men's/women's
winter coats, general
household and more.
6264 Little Lake Geneva
Rd., Keystone Heights,
off Gasline Rd.
BIG YARD SALE Bowdoin
Ave., watch for signs.
Nov. 13 & 14, 8am til
4pm. Household items,
furniture,& clothes.
YARD SALE FRI. & SAT. Will
set out every following
Saturday until Dec. 19th.
9am to ? AC/DC 15" flat
screen TV/DVR, 1985 Su-
zuki motorcycle, reeses
hitch for Chevy 02-07, full
-size bed, animal cages,
1.5 ct. diamond ring, col-
lectibles, Nascar, M &
M's, lighthouses, dolls,
ships, Jax Tom Cats, Avon
Christmas plates (1972-
1992). Many new items
to gift give. Hard back
& paper books, electric
hospital bed, wheel chair.
HWY 100 across from
Lake Geneva Post Of-
fice.
GARAGE SALE Sat. Nov.
14th. 598 SE 4th Ave.,
Melrose. Multiple families,


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* Lake Geneva. $550/mo&
se'un"l.ater, Garbage & Sewer-ieeluded-,
One Month Free Rent.
* 1/1 Cottage on small pond in Hawthorne.
$550/mo & security.
* 2/1 Lake Geneva access. $595/mo. &
security.
* 2/2 Home in Keystone. $600/mo.
* 3/2 MH in Keystone. $650/mo & security
* 2/1 Home in Waldo with pasture. $650/mo.
& security.
* 2/1 home in Keystone. $675/mo & security.
* 3/2 MH in Hampton $675/mo & security.
* 3/2 MH in Keystone. $750/mo. & security.
* Commercial Building in Keystone. $700/mo
& security.
*2/1 Home on Lake Ray. $825/mo. &
security.
* 2/1 home on Lake Geneva. First, last &
security. $850/mo.
* Commercial Building on SR-21. $850/mo &
security.
*3/2 Home on Little Orange Lake. $950/mo
&security.-
* 4/2.5 Home on Bedford Lake. $950/mo. &
security.
*2/2.5 Condo in Earleton on Lake Santa Fe
$1,200/mo & security.
* 4/2 home on 8 acres. $1,400/mo & security.

* 3/2 Home on Lake Jefford's. $1,500/mo &
security.

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8am til ? Furniture, house-
hold items, clothing, and
misc.

54 Wanted
'ECANS.U PICK $1 per
pound. We crack .25 per
pound. Call 904-964-
7824.

57 For Sale
BED - KING SIZE Pillow top
mattress and box spring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillow top mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377r9846.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
- brand new microfiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
- brand new micro fiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
OAK FIREWOOD $150
per cord. 1/4, 1/2, 3/4
cords are available. Free
. delivery in Bradford, Lake
Butler and Keystone. Call
904-782-3846, leave a
message.












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2 FRANK Il I ICKL R Re-
cliners, ex ,'l'int condi-
tion, 2 y2jw olJ, $200
OBO each I all 352-468-
2400
KENMORI: AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
Up, each Electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-.
8801
3 PIECE LANE RECLIN-
ER home set. Includes
2 wall hugger recliners
and middle console for
storage Recliners have
drink holders Like new
condition. Fabric Mate-
rial is tan/wheat. Asking
$1,000 OBO. Call 352-
468-2860.
YAMAHA ELECTONE OR-
GAN, Circa 1976. Ex-
cellent condition, 2 tier
keyboard. 15 pedals,
excellent tone. Suitable
for home or church. $750
OBO, call 352-475-5832.
FURNITURE. 2 COUCHES-
1 navy blue, 1 pink cut
velvet, coffee table, barrel
end tables, recliner. Call
904-964-8149.

59 Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-2333 or
S904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING - WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick


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up anywhere. Up to $125.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
ALL TYPES OF TRACTOR
WORK & small exca-
vating jobs. Bush hog,
finish mowing & acreage
mowing. Under brushing,
dirt hauling. & removal,
grading & finishing. Call
Danny Clark at 904-545-
5241 for free estimate.

65 Help Wanted
SUCCESSFUL SALES peo-
ple needed. Were you a
successful sales person
in another geographic
area or in a business
other than Real Estate? I
am currently interviewing
for a Real Estate Agent.
Call Dean Weaver at 352-
473-6201 or e-mail me at
deanweaver@watsonre-
altycorp.com.
MAKE INSTANT CASH
Giving Away This Free e-
book l www.FourEyedRo-
oster.com
CLASS "A" INDUSTRIAL
MECHANIC. Must have 5
years sawmill experience.
We are an EECC, Drug
Free workplace. We offer
401K, health/dental/life
insurance, paid holidays
and vacation. Apply at
Gilman Building Products,
CR 218 Maxville, FL or
fax resume to 904-289-
,7736.
HELPING MOMS WORK
from home. Need a com-
puter and a phone, visit
www.homebiz4mykids.
com.
CAREGIVER / CNA and or
2 yrs experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
WRITER/,PHOTOGRA-
PHER Part time, for Key-
stone Melrose area. 12


hours per week cover-
ing schools & community
events in KEYSTONE &
MELROSE area. Com-
puter & camera skills
helpful. Apply at Bradford
County Telegraph, ask for
publisher.
WRITER/PHOTOGRA-
PHER Part timefatJ
hours per week cover-
ing schools & community
events in UNION County.
Computer & camera skills
helpful. Apply at Bradford
County Telegraph, ask for
publisher.
START THE YEAR with a
new career, become a
certified nursing assistant.
No GED or prior experi-
ence needed. Class is
taught by a Registered
Nurse. Cost is $300. Day
and evening classes.
Econo-Lodge Conference
Room in Macclenny, from
Dec. 7.thru Dec. 11. Call
904-551-0918 to register.
We have an "A" rating
with the BBB. www.Per-
fectCNA.com.
GROWING CHILD CARE
Center needs exp. Teach-
er with CDA or AA degree,
for 3 year old& 4 year old
classroom. For apoint-
ment call 352-473-4044.


PHYSICAL THERAPIST
ASSISTANT needed for
our dynamic home care
agency with a great fu-
ture in Keystone Heights,
FL. Gre.a.pay, excellent
benefits. Pick up, appli-
cation 105 Commercial
Drive, Keystone Heights,
FL 32656, or Fax to
(352)473-0687.
PRN/RN for our dynamic
home care agency with a
great future in Keystone
Heights, FL. Great pay,
flexible schedule. Pick
up application 105 Com-
mercial Drive, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656, or Fax
to (352)473-0R67.

CLERICAL TEAM ASSIS-
TANT Needed for our dy-
namic home care agency
with a great future in Key-
stone Heights, FL. Great
pay, excellent benefits.
Pick up application at 105
Commercial Drive, Key-
stone Heights, FL 32656,
or Fax to (352)473-0687.
DIESEL MECHANIC: Ex-
perience PaysI Pick your
shift-Ist or weekends.
Min. 4 years exp. & own
tools reg. Daniel: 904-
798-6741.


Applications will, be accepted by Bradford
County through December 11, 2009, for a
STATE OF FLORIDA CERTIFIED BUILDING
OFFICIAL. Salary negotiable. depending on
experience. Provide -proof --of- certification -with
application. Application may be downloaded
from County website: www.bradford-co-fla.org
or it may be picked up at the County Manager
office in the north wing of the Bradford County
Courthouse. Please submit applications to the
County Manager office.




Successful Sales


People Needed

Were you a successful sales person in another geographic
area or in a business other than Real Estate?
I am currently interviewing for a Real Estate sales person.
For more information call Dean Weaver at
352-473-6201
Or email me at
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Tigers plagued by turnovers in 40-14 loss to Jaguars-


BY TYLER STONE
Special to the Times
Three consecutive turnovers
led to an early deficit as the
.Union County football team
.lost 40-14 to District 2-2B
opponent East Gadsden Nov. 6
in Havana.
The first play of the game
set the stage for what was. to
come from the Tigers (4-5, 1-4
in District 2) for the rest of the
game. A fumbled hand-off'
.gave the ball. to -the Jaguars,
who scored three plays later to
go up 8-0 with 10 minutes
remaining in the quarter.- -.
Union followed that up with
another fumble on its second
possession, which led to a
Jaguars touchdown, and an
interception _ .on . its . -third
possession, which East
Gadsden returned for a score
to go up 22-0.
East Gadsden, which forced
five turnovers in all, won its
third straight game to end its
season with a 4-6 record and a
2-3 mark in district play.
The Jaguars completely shut
down the running attack on the
Tigers' fourth drive of the
game, forcing a punt. A bad
snap forced punter Kendall
Wright to think quickly. He-



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rolling snap from center. The
kick was blocked, with Fort.
White's offense taking over at
its own 40.
Bradford's defense made a
play, recovering.a fumble at its
own 34, but the Indians drove.
back into Bradford territory
after their defense forced the
Bradford offense to go three-
and-out. Fort White drove 70
yards. Roy Blake had a 20-
yard reception, while Cray had
an 8-yard run to help the
Indians march to the Bradford
15. Williams had'a 5-yard run
to the 10 before Alexis Blake
scored on a reverse, putting the
Indians up 14-0 with four
minutes remaining in the half.
Fort White had the chance to
add another score before the
half, recovering a fumble at the
Bradford 37-yard line.
However, Bradford's Xavier
Riles dropped Williams for, a
2-yard loss on a third-and-2
play, while Cubbedge, from
his linebacker's p-sition,
sacked Gilmer on fourth-down -
Bradford was still in the
game, but Fort White went up
35-0 in the .third_--quarter
despite the fact its offense ran
just seven plays.
The Indians received the
second-half kickoff and
marched 59 yards. Gilmer
completed a 26-yard to Roy
Blake 'for a first down at the
Bradford 33. A 14-yard
reception by Cray gave the
Indians a first down at the 16
before Gilmer hooked up with
Alexis Blake for a 12-yard
touchdown pass approximately
four minutes into the third
quarter.
Blake caught just two passes
in the game, but both went for
touchdowns, while Gilmer
completed 5-of-7 passes for
118 yards.
Bradford was forced to punt
from its own 26 after its
offense failed to gain a first
down on three plays. The snap
sailed over Cubbedge's head,
with Fort White's Kevin
Calhoun, recovering the ball -in'
the end zone for a touchdown
and a.28-0 Fort White lead.
first down on their next
offensive series when Fort
White was flagged for
roughing the passer, but they
eventually had to line, up to
punt again from their own 30.
Again, the snap went over
Cubbedge's head. Edward
Alexander recovered the ball
in the end zone for another
Fort White touchdown with
3:07 to play in the third
quarter.
Bradford's offense put
points on the board on the
Tornadoes' final possession,
driving 93 yards for a
touchdown. Williams and
Mosley had runs of 24 and 18
yards, respectively, to move
the Tornadoes to the 50.
Receptions of 28 and 17 yards
by Williams helped move
Bradford to the Fort White 1,
with Mosley scoring from
there. Cubbedge added the
-PAT to cap the scoring.


pitched the ball to Quinton
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convert the first down, giving
the Tigers new life deep in
Jaguars territory. On the next
play, Chris Alexander,
completed a 30-yard pass to
Bryan Holmes for the. Tigers'
first touchdown of the game.
The Tigers successfully tried
their luck with a two-point
conversion, bringing the score
to 22-8.
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the momentum was short-
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