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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
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2010
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Man

attempts

to rob

Winn-Dixie

pharmacy

SAn attempted robbery of the
pharmacy at the Winn-Dixie in
Starke on Jan. 12 ended with one
man fleeing on foot.
According to Starke Police
Department Capt. Barry Warren,
a man went to the pharmacy in
Winn-Dixie at about 3 p.m. His
features were partially concealed
.by a hoodie and he made state-
ments to employees that implied
h6 was armed. Warren said the
man demanded prescription
medications, but employees re-
fused to comply.
The man then left the store
through the front exit doors and
ran in an easterly direction on
foot.
The man was described as a
white male approximately 5'9",
wearing faded blue jeans and
a hoodie that was dark green in
color.
-:Anyone with information re-
lated to this attempted robbery
should call SPD at 904-964-5400
during business hours or 904-
964-6161 after hours.


-Keep your
pledge to quit
tobacco
If you smoke, dip, or spit and
would like to quit, a free tobacco
cessation class will be offered
e'en Thursday for six weeks
at the Bradford County Public
Library beginning Jan. 21. The
class provides health informa-
tion, strategies for quitting and
access to free cessation aids-
nicotine patches, gum or loz-
enges, depending on what works
best for you.
Call Katie Hadsock at Suwan-
nee River AHEC to reserve your
spot'in the class at 866-341-2730,
of e-miail khadsock@srahec.org.



Booths available
at Boots 'n BBQ
SArts and craft vendors are wel-
come to purchase booth space
at the second annual Santa Fe
College Bradford Fest Boots 'n
BBQ contest, which will take
place Friday and Saturday, Feb.
12 and 13.
A 10-by-10 space can be pur-
chased for $50 by vendors who
wish to sell homemade arts apd
crafts, baked and canned goods,
antiques and collectables, and
other items.
:Applications are available at
the Andrews Center, and space is
limited. The deadline to register
is Feb. 1.



Defense course
for women
offered in KH
A free rape prevention and
safety course for women and
girls age 12 and up is being of-
fered Saturday, Jan. 16, at 1:30
p.m.? at First Assembly of God
of Keystone Heights, located at
8025 S.R. 100, two miles east of
the light.
The seminar is presented
by First Assembly of God and
Christian Karate of Orange Park.
Please call the church office for
more information, (352) 473-
3432.


Power use rose while temperatures dropped


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

That temperatures reached record
lows during the first weeks of January
is no news flash, but people have also
been using record amounts of power.
According to Starke Operations
Manager Ricky Thompson, the city was
pulling in 19 megawatts between 8 and
9 a.m. on Monday morning. It is not
Clear if that's a record, but it is certainly
higher than normal. This time last year
when temperatures were milder, the
peak load was around 12 megawatts.
- The city's peak load hasn't been as
low as 12 megawatts since Jan. 2. For
most days, peak usage hovered between
15 and 17 megawatts. Could that make
for record utility bills come February?
The city encourages customers to cut-
back during times when usage city high
would be wide, such as winter morn-
ings, because it will save them money.
That is easier said than done when tem-
peratures are in the teens and 20s.
Other utilities have been reporting
record usage. While unable to pinpoint
usage for this area, Clay Electric Coop-
erative reached an all-time winter peak
power demand record of 970.3 mega-
watts on Monday morning.
Its distribution system includes cus-
tomers in 14 counties.
"Clay Electric's power supplier,
Seminole Electric Co-op, reached a
peak demand of 4,779 megawatts on
Jan. 11, which, was about 150 mega-
watts above last year's winter peak of
4,631 megawatts," according to Clay
Electric's Wayne Mattox.
Clay Electric said outages in Brad-
ford County have been minor, limited
to two or three members out of power
due to a bad transformer.
I higher than normal system demand

See COLD page 8A


Record low temperatures had a lot of people
hoping that the area would see snow, but one local
family wasn't leaving anything to chance. Robbie
and Bridget Underhill, who live near Northside
Baptist in Heilbron Springs, managed to turn their
front yard into a snow-covered landscape. After
researching plans for a snow machine online, they
improvised, building their own using galvanized
pipe, an air compressor and a pressure washer.
Their ingenuity and the freezing temperatures
supplied by Mother Nature covered the front
lawn with six to 12 inches of homemade snow
from Saturday night through Sunday morning.
Brent (above) and Brett Blanton (right) and
Kylope Underhill (back) are pictured trying out a
wakeboard as a snowboard.


Man robbed of drugs with gun and a post


Keystone Heights resident Henry
Wimberly IV was arrested Jan. 9 for
robbing a neighbor's visitor with a
blunt instrument-a wooden post-and
a revolver.
According to the report by Clay
County Sheriff's Office Deputy T.R.
Cotchaleovitch, around 5:05 a.m., a
Kingsley; Lake resident and his host, a
resident of Andromeda Lane, were al-
legedly telephoned by a man acting as
Wimberly's accomplice and invited to
Wimberly's home nearby.



Two held for

cell tower

copper thefts

Thomas Matthew Britton and James
Michael Harper were arrested in July
and September by Clay County Sher-
iff's Office Det. M.R. Gadt. Additional
charges were added last week, related
to numerous thefts of copper from cell
towers around the region.
According to CCSO arrest reports,
Britton gave his home address as Forked
River, NJ. Harper gave his home ad-
dress as C.R. 100 in Starke.
According to the reports, the men
were charged with July and August cop-
per thefts from numerous cell towers.
There are several petty theft charges
for materials valued at $229 or less and
grand thefts valued at $300 to $4,999,
and damage to structures valued in ex-
cess of $1,000.
The men have been charged with
stealing copper plates from cell towers
in Melrose, Maxville, Kingsley Lake,
Middleburg, at two locations in Key-
stone Heights and elsewhere.
The men apparently entered the sites
through a coded gate, though the re-
port did not stay how they attained the
codes.
Clay deputies notified the Bradford
County sheriff's Office that Harper
had been reported for selling stolen
See THEFT page 8A


The Andromeda Lane resident and
the victim set out for Wimberly's home
on King Street by taking a pathway
through the woods. (King and Androm-
eda are near Lake Brooklyn, northeast
of Park of the Palms and the Keystone
Village shopping center.)
According to the CCSO report, while
in the woods, the victim saw Wimberly
walking behind him wearing a camou-
flage jacket and a mask and carrying a
large wooden post.
The victim said he became afraid,


'Neglected

pets find

new homes

BY MARK.J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor -


Six once-neglected dogs are now in
beer homes, according to the Bradford
County Sheriffs Office.
The dogs were taken intd protective
custody last November when they were
discovered at the owner's home in a
cage with no access to food or water.
They appeared malnourished, infested
with fleas and sick with eye infections.
Joel Sailor at Tow n and Country Vet-
ennary Clinic in Starke treated all six
dogs and advised they showed evidence
of "severe neglect," said BCSO Capt.
Brad Smith.
The owner, Pamela Vossi, under in-
vesugation at the time for dealing in
stolen property. was arrested and also
charged with animal cruelly.
Last week, prior to a formal custody
hearing, Vossi relinquished ownership
of the six dogs. each of which had been
nursed back to health:
When it w as announced that the dogs
were now well and available for adop-
tion, they all found new homes.
Other animals in need of loving fam-
ilies are also available at the Bradford
County Animal Shelter. Contact 904-
964-9200 for more information.


and ran through Wimberly's yard and
across the street where he hid in another
yard.
Wimberly and the Andromeda Lane
resident walked into the middle of King
Street and yelled to the victim that they
were playing a prank. The victim re-
ported that he demanded Wimberly re-
move the mask and drop the post. When
Wimberly did so, the victim came out
of hiding and approached Wimberly,
whom he recognized from visiting the
neighborhood.


As the victim approached, Wimber-
ly allegedly pulled a chrome revolver
from a black leather holster and poitited
it at the victim and demanded that he
hand over a bottle of prescription medi-
cations. As the victim reached into his
pocket for the medications, Wimberly
picked up the wooden post. When the
victim handed over the medications,
Wimberly allegedly struck him in the
face with the post.
The victim ran to a home on King
See ROBBED page 8A


BCSO Det. Johnny Pons'is pictured with one of the once-
neglected dogs he discovered last November. All have been
nursed back to health and adopted Into loving homes.


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2A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, January 14, 2010


Strawberry Fields asking


Starke to reconsider


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Strawberry Fields, an apart-
ment development planned in
northeast Starke, may not be
dead after all.
,Developer Sultan Rafeek an-
nounced this week that he in-
tends to -propose the develop-
ment again, assuring the city this
will .be a private development,
not a HUD-funded public hous-
ing project.
Rafeek's attempt to have the
future land use and zoning of the
property amended to accommo-
date the high-density multifam-
ily complex was shot down by
the commission.
Most commissioners felt it
was not the right development
for Starke and feared that how-


ever nice the development ap-
peared on paper, it would attract
the same problems that other
public housing projects have ex-
perienced.
Although the developer's rep-
resentative said a privately fund-
ed project would be ideal, there
was no guarantee Strawberry
Fields could be built without
turning to HUD for funding.
Rafeek now says he and his
partner are willing to make that
commitment, and will give the
commission whatever assurance
it needs.
The statistics of the project
have not changed. Strawberry
Fields is a 234-unit, three-story
apartment complex with ameni-
ties that would be built on about
20 acres at the corer of Thomas
and Short streets.


Rafeek predicted apartments
in the gated community would
sell for $100,000-$120,000 and
provide affordable housing for
working class people that dogs
not currently exist in any abun-
dance in the city.
He plans to begin the rezoning
process again next month. The
land is currently zoned for me-
dium density multifamily devel-
opment. The proposed change to
the high density category would
allow for as many as 20 units per
acre, although the Striwberry
Fields project is not that inten-
sive.
Only a portion of the 20 or so
acres-that portion closest to the
intersection of Thomas and Short
streets-would be developed, ac-
cording to project plans.


The developer now said the 234-unit Strawberry Fields project would be funded by
private investors.


we know what's going on and it
needs to stop," Johnson said.
He's calling the visits "meet
and greets-;..-- --
The goal is not to make arrests,
-but to talk to people in the com-
munity about what they're doing,
what they need and what they
know, he said.
SThat doesn't mean citations
won't be issued or arrests made
if officers come upon illegal ac-
tivity, but the point is to confront
people, not bust them.
Other targets Johnson said he
wants to address include open
containers, that is to say drinking
in public. Another is the lack of
speed limit signs on local streets,
which he wants to address by
posting signage at the entrances
to the city rather than putting up a
lot of 25 mph speed limit signs.


BBQ festadds talent


contest open to all


Mark your calendar! Feb. 12-
13 will bring fun for the whole
family, great food and entertain-
ment to Bradford County. Last
year, Santa Fe College Bradford
Fest Boots 'n BBQ kicked off
with a great BBQ event, this year
we are adding several new and
,exciting activities.
There will be Fldrida's only
.chainsaw art competition and
"a spectacular quilt show high-
lighting Lucille. Payne's quilts
:as well as the beautiful work of
pother Bradford County quilters.
Organizers are also planning a
=Mr. and Miss Boots 'n BBQ pag-
.eant as a fun family activity. For
�nore information contact, Cheryl
7Canova at 904-964-5382.
; Friday evenings' highlight will
.be Bradford Fest Idol. Bradford
-County has talent, and this.year
Bradford Fest will showcase it.
on Friday evening, Feb. 12, at 6
p.m. with the inaugural Bradford
Fest Idol, talent contest.
SThis talent showcase promises
to be great fun. Contestants will
:have 10 minutes to showcase
.heir talents. The winners will
Ibe determined by popular vote
of the audience. There will be
first- through fourth-place win-


Tickets on
sale for
chamber
banquet
. Tickets or the annual member-
ship banquet of the North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce
are on sale now.
: Branded this year as "A Red
Carpet Affair," the formal event
will take place at the Gov. Char-
icy E. Johns Conference Center
ni Starke on Saturday, Jan. 23.
SThe Education Foundation So-
cial will begin at 5 p.m.; Dinner
Will be served at 6:30 p.m.
All tickets must be purchased
iHn advance. Company tables are
$550 for 10 seats. A half-table of


ners in three divisions: adult, 12
to 18 years of-age, and under 12
years of age. Cash prizes will be
awarded.
The entry fee is $15 and the
deadline is Feb. 3.
Applications are available at
the Andrews Center. For more
information, contact Kathryn Le-
hman by e-mail at kathryn.leh-
man@sfcollege.edu or by phone
at 904-964-5382.


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BROKER

LODGE

INSTALLS

OFFICERS
On Jan. 5. Pine Hill Lodge No.
9, Free and Accepted Masons.
installed its 2010 officers. The.
installing team included Coy.
Pacetti, the current district
deputy grand master for the
"Friendly" 10'( Masonic
District,as the installing officer,
Stand Harvey, past DDGM, as
the installing marshall,andTonr-
Adams, another past iDGM,
as the installing chaplain. Mike
Basham was installed as. the
worshipful master of Pine Hill..
Lodge, John McKibbena as
senior warden, Bruce Kirby as
junior warden, Otis Tetstonc,
as treasurer, Ted Barber as
.secretary, Jeff Wood as senior
deacon and Bob Holder as
tyler.
Basham presented Kirby, the
outgoing worshipful master,
his Grand Lodge 26 Year Cer-
tificate of '066d'Sfdtalihg'A 3 '
Freemason together with his
lapel pin. Kirby has faithfully
served Pine Hill Lodge as the
worshipful master four times
in his 25 years of service to the
fraternity.


-- -i


Arbor Day

marked with

tree planting
The city of Starke, an official
Tree City, is holding an Arbor
Day tree planting at the Edwards
Road sports complex on Friday,
Jan. 15, at 9 a.m. Master gar-
deners, Alligator Creek Garden
Club members, Bradford school
students and homeowners who
appreciate trees are invited to at-
tend.


five seats is $275. Tickets for in-


five seats is $275. Tickets for in- I , , - I
dividuals are $60.
For more information, contact
the chamber at 904-964-5278. _
Love you,
Crystal, Cheyenne & Blaze


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Get ready to


meet your chief


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Some Starke residents may
soon be getting a not-so-wel-
-come "Howdy, neighbor" from
the city's police chief, Jeff John-
son.
Johnson has told the city com-
mission he and his administrators
plan to begin visiting homes that
have generated complaints.
If the police department has
heard a complaint about drug
sales from a particular residence,
for example, and there's reason
to believe those complaints are
valid, law enforcement officers
are going to go to the front door
and address residents about the
problem.
"We're going to come talk to
you, we're going to shake your
hand, we're going to tell you that


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Tuesday, January 14, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph'


Schools will need more


teachers to meet class size


IBY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Assistant Superintendent of
Schools Lisa Prevatt recently
gave the school board some bad
n-ews regarding class size the
difficult choices that could lay
,head for the district.
SSchools must meet class size
r quirements by the beginning
df the 2010-2011 school year,
\4hich begins in August.
; The class size amendment re-
quirements that voters approved
i neant to cap the number of
slents who are to be placed in
zassroom. The Legislature has
.Ixed standards in the past, giv-
ing districts more time to report
class size averages. Classrooms
could individually exceed the
cap for a particular grade level
as long as the average number of
students per classroom met class
sie standards.
: The amendment approved in
2002 limited the number of stu-
dints in each class to 18 in grades
ire-K to three, 22 in grades four
though eight, and 25 in grades
dihe to 12. It was controversial
fr'm the beginning for what it
"uld cost the state. Since its
lasage, state revenue has fallen
ar school districts have dealt
Jgh deep cuts.
S'he revenue outlook for the
qciing budget year based ion
cIrrent funding sources is down
4g4in, so while Bradford County
lia so far managed to avoid lay-
ing off educators, it doesn't ap-
jr likely it will be receiving
any more money to hire new
tffchers either.
i3he district has already found
itLlf unable to keep up with rais-
dspromised under t.ie last nego-
tited contract with the teachers
it.ton.
Sjt has been said the state has
41(eady spent billions to imple-
I4at class size and will have to
send billions more as it takes
thp final step to meet those stan-
c4rds. Some districts will have
tb hire hundreds of new teachers
Oi build hundreds of classrooms.
Btadford doesn't face that crisis,
luit whether it's two or 200 teach-
erS needed would seem to make
little difference if the money to
pay for them is not there.
;Bradford may need several


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hundred thousand dollars more
to spend on new teachers next
year, according to Prevatt.
English classes are not posing
a problem right now at the high
school. Prevatt said there were
enough teachers and classes
available to meet class size re-
quirements next year. A prob-
lem in the math department is
that some honors classes exceed
the class size requirement, which
means hiring another teacher or
blending some honors and non-
honors students in the same
classrooms.
"Those are some the questions
we'll be looking at to try to an-
swer," Prevatt said.
Similarly, there are not enough
integrated science classes for the
number of students taking the
course. One classroom has 31
students, six more than the cap
of 25, and there are other class-
rooms with more than 25 stu-
dents as well. That means adding
another science teacher, Prevatt
said.
In social studies, there arejusta
few students pushing the depart-
ment over class size standards,
but the small number doesn't
matter. Another class would still
have to be created.
For example, if there were four
classrooms with 25 history stu-
dents in each, and just one more
student shows up, then those stu-
dents must then be distributed
between five classes instead of
four, even if that means hiring a
new teacher or, in some districts,
building a new classroom.
"This is the kind of thing that's
making that class size legislation
very difficult, because the total
spots in social studies are only
about four over," Prevatt said.
When looking at the average
versus actual number of students
per classroom, however, the
English, math, science and social
studies classes all fall below 25
students. It the 25-to-one ratio
per classroom.that is hurting the
district.
There's more flexibility at the
middle school, where teachers
can.teach multiple sulsbct, buti
ar& .dttitional teacher maistillbe'
needed.
Flexibility will be lost, how-
ever, at the elementary school
level, where exceptional educa-


Starke sign-ups
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the 20,10 spring Babe Ruth base-
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Comm unity Men's

SFellowship Breakfast


Saturday, January 16, 2010

7:45 am
Charlie Johns Conference Center
Starke
A gathering of men for a time of fellowship,
encouragement and inspiration -
not to mention good food, plus...
an opportunity to meet with and hear from men
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For more information call 964-8061


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Space is also available for the
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$90 per semester.


tion students who needed ad-
ditional assistance were kept in
smaller classes, That practice
raised numbers in other classes,
so in an attempt to meet class size
requirements, these smaller ESE
inclusion classes will be lost.
"Basically, all classrooms will
have to be the same," Prevatt
said. "That's a little tough on
those teachers who are willing to
deal with those students, and we
do not have enough ESE teachers
to spread them out and send them
to all the classrooms."
In addition to bring down the
number of students to 18 or few-
er in K-two classes at Southside,
an additional third-grade teacher
will also be needed. Starke Ele-
mentary, meanwhile, would need
two more teachers.
The smaller schools like Law-
tey Community School will also
need teachers. This year, for ex-
ample, there are 18 students in
one kindergarten class and 20
in the other. To meet class size
next year, the same number of
students would have to be spread
among three classrooms so they
all have 18 or fewer students.
The same is true of Lawtey's
first and second grade, which will
mean hiring, three new teachers
next year unless the school goes
to combination classes, with
more than one grade level per
classroom.
The situation is the same at
Hampton and Brooker.
"We're over in those schools
in several different classrooms,
but we're only talking about be-
ing over just a few students,"
Prevatt said. That means hiring
several new teachers or a couple
who could do combination class-
es, which she said is a difficult
road the district has been down
before.
A minimum of 10 new teach-
ers would be needed district
wide, according to early esti-
mates. Prevatt said that amounts
to about $400,000 in additional
spending.
While only a supermajority of
voters could change the require-
rir'fis'"thfiffe amfidifrfit e put in
pl'ace'in O j, there has been
some pre-session talk by legisla-
tors of easing penalties to schools
that do not meet class size.


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Last month Sheriff Gordon Smith donated $9,500 in crime seizure funds to support
the Bradford County Education Foundation, but his office wasn't the only donor.
Capital City Bank also gave $2,500 to purchase books for elementary school media
centers to promote literacy In science, history and other areas. The foundation
will add $1,000 to this check to purchase similar materials for the middle school.
Pictured above with Sheriff Smith are foundation board members Jerome Kelley,
Randy Jones, Eugenia Whitehead, Julie Tinsler, BCEF President Cheryl Canova,
Lila Sellars, Harry Hatcher and Sabrina Roberts. Pictured below are Canova,
bank President Jeff Oody and employee Vorease Jones, Hatcher, Sellars, Chessle
Flanders, Tinsler and Kelley.


Aniruai MILK-"
Day service
announced
The annual Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Day celebration will be
held on Monday, Jan. 18, at the
RJ.E. gymnasium located on
Pine Street in Starke.
A free breakfast will be served
from 8-9:30 a.m. The procession
will line up beginning at 9:45











4A Bradford County Telegraph * Tuesday, January 14, 2010


School garage won't


work for other groups


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


asked the attorney what differ-
ence it makes if the district is be-
ing reimbursed and the transac-


Work the -school district has tion is a "straight pass-through."
beeinperforming for other groups Cooper said if that was the
came to an abrupt halt recently case, the district would be sell-
when the school board addressed ing taxpayer purchased fuel to
vehicle repairs employees had private entities.
been taking of down at the ga- The district purchases the fuel
rage. for less and passes the savings
The discussion came up as along to those private groups,
the board amended it vehicle essentially placing itself in com-
program maintenance policy, petition with other local fuel sell-
decreasing the frequency with ers.
which the mechanical condition Tinsler said she understood
of buses is evaluated from every that, but the entities the district
20 to every 30 working days. has been selling to could "jump
.The policy also states that through the hoops" to purchase
only school board or government gas at the slate contract price as
owned vehicles would be ser- well, so she didn't see the differ-
viced under the district's vehicle ence in them doing that and them
maintenance program. buying the gas from the district.
Attorney John Cooper said Cooper said an entity could buy
thai',s been the policy, although copy paper on the state contract,
that policy has not been fol- that doesn't mean they should be
lowed. He said he sees nothing able to come and buy it from the
in state law that authorizes the school district.
district to perform vehicle repair "You can't expend taxpay-
woIrk for other groups, including er dollars on private vehicles,
nonprofits. whether it's gas or repairs," he
SCooper told the board the prac- said.
titelpeeds to come to an end. "We're charging them what
�iBoard Chairman David Smith our cost is, which is off of state
aSkeid if that included the fueling contract," Tinsler said.
of vehicles, and Cooper said it "Under what authority?" Coo-
\xtould. ' per asked. "You don't have that
"I'p not aware of our current authority."
practice for fueling, but if we That means the district has
aie repairing vehicles that aren't been in violation "since the be-
o vned by us or some other gov- ginning of time," Tinsler said.
e mental, entity, even if they Some of the private groups
are reimbursing us at cost, I don't named included Communities in
fiid anything in statute that au- Schools of Bradford County and
tlorizes that," Cooper said. Episcopal Children's Services.
I With regard to selling fuel, All of those named would qual-
Ffnance Director Julee Tinsler ify to purchase on state contract,



Pageant to name Mr. and Miss

ISanta Fe College Bradford "BBQ outfit'"and a "Boots out-
Fest's Boots and BBQ event, fit," and a panel of judges will
scheduled for Feb. 12-13 at the select the winner.
Bradford County Fairgrounds, The winner for each of the
will hold a contest for kids to de- girl's divisions will receive a
termine Mr. and Miss Boots ahd crown, stuffed toy pig, a trophy
BBQ. and a book. Each winner from
There will be three age divi- the boy's divisions will receive a
sion.f6r both girls and boys: 3-5 Santa Fe cap, stuffed toy pig, a
years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years. trophy and a book.
Trntestants will each model a Winners will also help with


Tinsler said.
"And they ought to go do it,
but they can't do it through us,"
Cooper said.
"That's and awful lot to ask for
these little, tiny places," Tinsler
said. "We're doing them a huge
disservice."
Board members said their
hands were tied if they didn't
want to break the law.
"We didn't know we were do-
ing anything wrong until now, sb
we need to correct the problem,"
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell said.
Tinsler said the law should be
changed. It's a particular hard-
ship on such agencies in rural
counties, she said.
Even though the district has
been recouping its costs from
those its served, including for
repairs to vehicles, the district
should not be in competition
with other private garages, Coo-
per said. The district is using
taxes collected from the private
sector to fund repairs that other-
wise would have gone to local
businesses.
Tinsler's point was that these
groups are also taxpayer support-
ed, so working with them was
another way of spending those
dollars wisely.
"All of these agencies are be-
ing paid for ultimately by tax-
payer dollars, and if we can cut
the cost to taxpayers and we can
help these people out, then we
should," she said.
Until the law is changed,Chap-
pell said, the district doesn't have
that'choice.




Boots and BBQ

the presentation of trophies to
the BBQ contest winners on Sat-
urday afternoon.
The pageant will take place
Saturday morning, Feb. 13, be-
ginning at 10 a.m. The entry fee
is $15, and deadline to enter is
Feb. 3. Pick up applications at
Santa Fe College Andrews Cen-
ter, and for more information,
call 904-964-5382.


idult Spelling Bee raises money for schools


(gn your team
p now
The Bradford County Educa-
mn Foundation is working on
second annual Adult Spelling
'e, whicli will be held Saturday,
'b. 27, at the Charley E. Johns
Inference Center. Dinner will
at6 p.m., and the spelling bee
gins at 7 p.m.


Sponsors and teams are need-
ed. Teams of two enter for a
$200 registration fee, and can
purchase a $100 Bribe the Judge
Ticket before the bee begins. The
first place team will win a prize,
but all team participants will re-
ceive dinner and a goody bag.
Only 12 teams compete, so
sign up now. Entry forms are
available at Santa Fe College


Andrews Center.
Tickets to attend the event
are $25 and go on sale Feb. 1.
Purchase them from foundation
board members, spelling bee
teams and at the Andrews Cen-
ter.
To sponsor the event, call
904-964-5382. Proceeds benefit
Bradford County public schools.


;et involved with Relay for Life


The Bradford County Relay
rLife committee would like
invite any interested parties
attend its meetings held in the
immunity room at Capitol City'
mnk in Starke. The meeting is
Id the first Tuesday of each
3nth at 6 p.m. through April.
Last year, Relay for Life
sed over $50,000 in Bradford
unty. Amercan Cancer Soci-
Community Staff Partner Ka-
Jackson is at each meeting to
swer questions about the Relay
SLife, as well as the executive
mmittee.
BJ. Warwick is the Bradford
runty Relay for Life team
:ruitment and development
airperson. She is also avail-
le to help anyone interested to
irt a team.
The committee is so excited
again be celebrating survi-


vorship and also honoring those
who have lost the battle here in
Bradford County. Survivors,
caregivers, friends, families and
businesses are encouraged to at-
tend the meeting and learn how


to help in the fight to stop this
dreaded disease,
The 2010 Bradford County Re-
lay for Life is April 30 and May
1 at the Bradford High School
track field.


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St. John Nlissionar) Baptist
Church of La% te) n ill hold
its fifth appreciation pri.gramn
for Past James E KRackle\
beginning i th ii s~cr ice on
Friday, Jan. l1. at 7pm
The program \\ill continue
on Sunday,Jan. 17, with
services at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Everyone is invited. For more
information, call 904-782-
3943 or 904-782-1816.

Bible Baptist Church, 150 S.
Cherry St. in Starke, will hold
revival with Evangelist Noah
Frye, Sunday-Friday, Jan. 17-
22. Services on Sunday are at
10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; weeknight
services are at 7 p.m. All are
welcome.

Raiford Calvary Temple
Church of God on S.R. 121


\\ill ha\e the Re%. William R.
Nlasse\ as guest speaker this
Sunday% at 10:30 a.m. and 6
p m. Re\jal will be Jan. 18-
22 at 7-30 p.m. night\ nith
the ReK. Lamar Chapman All
are min ited.

First Assembly of God, 8025
S.R. 100, of Keystone Heights
will hold a Glory Gathering
Friday, Jan. 29, at 7 p.m. for
ladies featuring exuberant
praise, worship and prayer
with a message delivered by
Pastor Sandy Phinazee of
Crossroads Family Worship
Center in Callahan. Please
call the church office for more
information, (352) 473-3432.

Beulah Baptist Church,
4579 S.R. 21 in Green Cove
Springs, will have a sing and


contact John Tinsle 4-


dinner on the grounds with
gospel group Something
Different on Sunday, Jan. 31,
beginning at 11 a.m. For more
information, contact the church
office or visit the Web site
www.beulahbaptist.info.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 PM.


For .more information- catE


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. ... Baseball sign-
SHeart Health ups in Hampton
Lunch n The Hampton Parents Ath-l'
Luncheon letic Association will be holding
is Feb. 5 spring baseball and softball sigr,
SA free Heart Health Luncheon ups through Jan. 23. Sign-upV
will be held in the Shands Starke are for boys and girls ages 4-$
Science fair atrium r years old and fees are $65 pe11
C e a atrium on Friday, Feb. 5, at player.
next week noon. Interested players can sign u@
The luncheon will feature guest at the Hampton City Hall Monr
Public will have speaker Dr. Jamie Conti from the day-Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.nZ-
chance to view University of Florida. or'at the Bobby Sheppard Balk-�
Feb. 5 is also National Wear Field off C.R. 325 in Hampton ori,
projects Red Day in support to women's Saturday, Jan. 16 and 23, from 9.
The Bradford County Science heart disease awareness. a.m.-2 p.m.
Fair will be held at the middle If the child has not played be:"'
school'gymnasium Jan. 20-22. A r potato fore, they will need to furnish a:.
On Wednesday, Jan. 20, stu- ,copy of their birth certificate a-
dents will be setting up their roundup this time of sign-up.
projects in preparation for judg- Also, interested coaches a 1
ing; which will take place Thurs- weekend sponsors for the HPAA should.;
day, Jan. 21, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Bradford County will hold its contact Roy Hart at 904-364-
Judging is closed to the public, first ever air potato roundup this 7469 or Robert Wilkison at 904,g
although there will be an awards weekend, Saturday, Jan. 16. Air 796-0574.
ceremony open to everyone in potatoes can be gathered at any -
the Bradford High SLCtlf au. -location. e'epi 3ou_,,,\n . rd~ . Librarv lon king
ditoriurtntT1iCt cning't1i p m." b hut gtfdero ndup -long . , . ., "ay looking
during which the winners will be gator Creek %' ill begin at 10 a.m. fOr friends
announced, and I p.m. The Bradford County Public"2
On Friday, Jan. 22, from 9 A free drawing ticket will be Library is looking to re-organize,
a.m. to noon, family members, awarded for each plastic grocery and re-invigorate its Friends:'
friends and community members bag of air potatoes turned in. group to make a positive impact'
are invited to stop by the BMS Each ticket represents a chance in Bradford County.
gym to view the hard work that to win a $50 gift certificate from The cost to join the Friends of"'
students put into their projects. Ace Hardware. the Library is $20, and it is tax
Projects will be taken down that Participants will also receive deductible. For more infonna--
afternoon, a free longleaf pine or cypress tion, please call the library ai
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Southside Elementary School first-grade students making A honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period were (I-r) Halley McCarter, Maegan Roberts, Rdbert Stevens,
Tayllor Sutherland, Raynisha Willlams and.Robert Young.


Southside Elementary School first-grade students making A honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period were (front-back, I-r) Jonathan Riner, Malea Brown, Conner
Davis, Parker Lewis, Taylor McCoy, Maggie Olive, Samantha Womack, Gabriel Adams,
Colbey Baker, Quaneria Epps, Juan Flores and Latrell Highsmith.


Southside Elementary School second-graders making A honor roll for the first nine-
week grading period were (front-back, I-r) James Clark, Travon Faulks, Jordan Mar-
shall, Dawson Meade, Dominic Stehly, Sheldyn Winkler, John Hipps, Dylan Ward, Emily
MpCoy, Hastyn Eaves, Julia Casey and Alexandra Clark. Not pictured: Haileigh Wexler.


outside Elementary School second-graders making A honor roll for the first nine-
eek grading period were (front-back, I-r) Shaynalynn Kahakua-Ladivero, Mya Kamie-
nTwski, Tinley Knight, Brooklyn Bayes, Christen Bryant and Chase Cribbs.
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p The Melrose Library Asso-
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ISkiles and Karst Productions in
Pigh Springs. The free enrich-
iment program will be screened at
7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 28, at the
Melrose Public Library.
S'The Hidden Rivers of Flori-
rda" is part of "Water's Journey,"
jthe award-winning PBS series,
whichh follows a team of explor-
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springs, rivers, wetland estuaries
and coral reefs. Along the way
they learn about the challenges
and problems that face the water-
ways and what is being done to
protect them.
More than 8 billion gallons
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Florida's springs-the most
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on the planet. At one time it was
thought to be an endless supply,
but now the demands of man are
starting to exceed availability.
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They follow the connective path


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Their discoveries lead you on a
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takes.
One team dives deep into the
heart of Florida's drinking water
while another team uses high-
tech radio location equipment
to track their progress from the
surface.
Join them as they make impor-
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Southside Elementary School first-grade students making A honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period were (front-back, I-r) Ayanna Cruger, Jeremiah Hernandez,
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Southslde Elementary School third-graders making A honor roll for the first nine-week
grading period were (I-r) Maya Farmer, Jada Thomas, Hannah Waters, Taylor Moore
and Jaleen Lane.


Southside Elementary School fourth-graders making A honor roll for the first nine- '
week grading period were (front-back, I-r) Madison Wolf, Rebecca Baler, Miquel Barqud
inero, Isabel Burns, Maudrey Tenly and Micah Wright.


Southslde Elementary School fifth-graders making A honor roll for the first nine-week
grading period were (front-back, I-r) Maddie Miller, Tessa Ricker, April Wood, Taylor
Cooper, Dalton Page and Shelby Wilkison.


Learn about

aid at College

Bowl Sunday
Students who hope to attend
college will be given a clear path
to federal cash assistance during
a free statewide event known as
Florida College Goal Sunday.
On Jan. 31, financial experts
will help college-bound students
and their families complete the
Free Application for Federal
Student Aid from 2-4 p.m. at


Santa Fe College, 3000 N.W.
83rd Street Bldg N, room 216, in
Gainesville.
The Free Application for Fed-
eral Student Aid helps students
access billions in federal funds
available for college.
"Traditionally, low-income
and first-generation students fall
through the cracks in the financial
aid process because they're in-
timidated by the forms and have
not been exposed to the finan-
cial aid process," said Marueen
McFarlane, associate director of


financial aid. "College Goal Sun-
day helps break the barriers that
prevent students from accessing
funds they need to pursue higher
education."
Florida College Goal Sunday
is a free event. Financial aid as-
sistance will be available in Eng-
lish, Spanish and Creole. SchoF-
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students who attend the event.
Additional information about
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
-." . ... .... . iV. O N
CASE NO: 04-2009-CA-000609.
'BANK OF AMERICA N.A,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
'DONALD L. EVANS, ET AL.,
. IEFENDANT(S).
* NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
*TO: DONALD L. EVANS
-whose residence is unknown if he/
ehe/they be living; and if he/she/they
.be dead, the unknown defendants
.Who may be spouses, heirs, devisees,
:grantees, assignees, lienors,
-creditors, trustees, and all parties
*claiming an interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants, who
',are not known to be dead or alive,
"and all parties having or claiming to
-have any right, title or interest in the
property.described in the mortgage
being foreclosed herein.
-YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an'action to-foreclose a mortgage on
the following property:
;.LOT 19, OFNDEERFOOT HAMMOCK,
jINIT TWO, A PARCEL OF LAND
,YING IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
.7: SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
'COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
'CORNER OF .SAID SECTION 4;
'THENCE RUN SOUTH 01* 21'
,59" EAST ALONG .THE WEST
-LINE OF SAID SECTION 4, A
DISTANCE OF 427.52 FEET TO
THE SOUTHWESTERLY ' RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF THE GEORGIA
SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA
RAILROAD HAVING A RIGHT OF
WAY WIDTH OF 100 FEET; THENCE
-RUN SOUTH 46* 31' 44" EAST,
:ALONG SAID SOUTHWESTERLY
-RIGHT OF WAY LINE, 840.25 FEET;
JTHENCE RUN SOUTH'560 38' 45"
WEST, 200.00 FEET TO THE POINT
O;F BEGINNING; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 460 31' 44" EAST, 548.80
FEET TO THE CENTERLINE OF
!THE SAMPSON RIVER HAVING AN
APPROXIMATE WIDTH OF 40 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 59* 45' 39"
:WEST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE,
.101.44 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
.46" 31' 44" WEST, 543.14 FEET;
'THENCE RUN NORTH 56" 38' 45"
.EAST, 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
.SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT
FOR ROADWAY AND/OR PUBLIC
UTILITY PURPOSES OVER THE
..NORTHWESTERLY 30 FEET OF
ThE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL.
PARCEL NO. 00835-'0-00119
* LOT 20, QF DEERFOOT HAMMOCK,
YNIT TWO, A PARCEL OF LAND
LYING IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
!BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
- DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
.COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
-CORNER OF SAID SECTION 4;
-:THENCE RUN SOUTH 01" 21'
59" EAST, ALONG THE WEST
UNE OF SAID SECTION 4, A
DISTANCE OF 427.52FEET TO THE
-SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OFTHE GEORGIASOUTHERN
:AND FLORIDA RAILROAD HAVING
A RIGHT OF WAY WIDTH OF 100
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
46� 31' 44" EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, 840.25 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 56" 38' 45" WEST, 100 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 46" 31'
44" EAST, 560.26 FEET TO THE


CENTERLINE OF THE SAMPSON
RIVER HAVING AN APPROXIMATE
WIDTH OF 40 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 67' 15' 04" WEST, ALONG
SAID CENTERLINE, 42.68 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 59� 45' 39"
WEST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE,
60.74 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
46" 31' 44" WEST, 548.80 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 56" 38' 45"
EAST, 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO' .AN' "T!ASE-IENT
FOR -ROADWAY ANO/OR'PUBL'IC
UTILITY PURPOSES OVER THE
NORTHWESTERLY 30 FEET OF
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL.
PARCEL NO. 00835-0-00120
LOT21, OF DEERFOOT HAMMOCK,
UNIT TWO, A PARCEL OF LAND
'tYING IN SECTION 4, TOWNSHIP
.7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
* BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 4;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01� 21'
59" EAST, ALONG THE WEST
LINE OF SAID SECTION 4. A
DISTANCE OF 427.52 FEET TO THE
SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OFTHE GEORGIA SOUTHERN
AND FLORIDA RAILROAD HAVING
A RIGHT OF WAY WIDTH OF 100
FEET; � THENCE RUN SOUTH
46" 31' 44" EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE, 840.25 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 46" 31' 44" EAST, 580.37
FEET TO THE CENTERLINE OF
SAMPSON RIVER HAVING AN
APPROXIMATE WIDTH OF 40 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 67" 15' 04"
WEST, ALONG SAID CENTERLINE;
106.40 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
46" 31' 44" WEST, 560.26 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 56" 38' 45"
EAST, 100.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT
FOR ROADWAY AND/OR PUBLIC
UTILITY PURPOSES OVER THE
NORTHWESTERLY 30 FEET OF
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL.
SPARCEL NO. 00835-0-00121
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
DAVID J. STERN, ESQ. Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 900 South
Pine Island Road #400, Plantation,
FL 33324-3920 on or before February
11, 2010, (no later than 30 days from
the date of the first publication of this
notice of action) and file the original
with the clerk of this court either
before service on Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
-default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court at BRADFORD County,
Florida, this 30th day of December,
2009.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BY- Lisa Brannon
DEPUTY CLERK
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. STERN
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND ROAD
SUITE 400
PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
09-87177 NATB
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities needing
a special accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION.
at the BRADFORD County
Courthouse at 904-966-5280, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
via Florida Relay Service
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No. 04-2009-CA-725
MATRIX FINANCIAL SERVICES
CORPORATION,
PLAINTIFF,


VS.
MELODIE SNODGRASS A/K/A
MELODIE A. SNODGRASS, ET AL.
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF ACTION
To: Melodie Snodgrass a/k/a Melodie
A. Snodgrass & Unknown Spouse of
Melodie Snodgrass a/k/a Melodie A.
Snodgrass
RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 16029
S.W. CouPty Road 18, Brooker, FL
32622.-- .. - -- - -..
AND TO' All persons claiming an
interest by, through, under, or against
the aforesaid defendantss.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following described property
located in Bradford County, Florida:
Begin at NW corner of SW 1/4 of NW
1/4, Section 14, Township 7 South,
Range 20 East, and run Southerly
204 feet; thence run Easterly 210
feet; thence run Southerly 210 feet
to HARD ROAD; thence run Easterly
73.5 feet; thence -run Northerly 414
feet to quarter section line; thence run
Westerly 291 feet along North line to
Point of Beginning, in SW 1/4 of NW
1/4, Section 14, Township 7 South,
Range 20 East.
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to this action,
on Gladstone Law Group, P.A.,


attorneys for plaintiff, whose address
is 101 Plaza Real South, Suite 217,
Boca Raton, FL 33432, and file the
original with the Clerk of the Court,
within 30 days afterthe first publication
of this notice, either before February
11, 2010 or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default may be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
Dated December 30, 2009
, Clerk.of the. CircuitCourt
. .By:Lisa.Brannon
Deputy Clerk of the Court
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Ms. Jan Phillips at 201 E. University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601; telephone number 352-337-
6237 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing' impaired, call the Florida
Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771
(TTY); if you are voice impaired, call
the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-
955-8770.
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NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801-83.809);


SANTA FE STORAGE OF WALDO will
sell for CASH to the highest bidder at
15540 N.E. US 301, WALDO, County
of Alachua, Florida, at 12:00PM on
Wednesday, the 27t of January, 2010
and continuing day to day thereafter
until sold, the household goods and
misc. contents of the following:
Unit OA020-Audrey Graham
Unit OA023-Joel Moody
Unit 0A1035-Sherry Mosley
Unit OA03,S'haun Stapleton
Unit 0OS0O&.Ag.stus.Qaley
SANTA FE STORAGE OF WALDO
15540 N.E. US 301
WALDO, FL 32694
352-468-2740
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 01/28/2010, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N, Starke, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes, SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
1B7GL23X3VS115567
1997 DODGE
1/14 Itchg-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford, County Code


Enforcement Board will hold their
regular meeting on Tuesday,
January 19, 2010 at 6:00 p.m. in
the County Commission Meetint
Room, North Wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse. An agenda for
this meeting may be obtained froth
the Office of the County Manager [p
the north wing of the Courthouse.
Agendas will be available by January
14, 2010.
1/14 Itchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000165
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff
vs.
PAUL MOODY, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE:
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated January
04, 2010 and entered in Case No. 04-
2009-CA-000165 of the Circuit Couit
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit ip

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LEGALS
continued from Page 6A

ind for BRADFORD County, Florida
Wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
?iS the Plaintiff and PAUL MOODY;
!KERRY F MOODY; ANY AND ALL
.UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
;BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
:AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
;INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
;DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
,SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
:CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
:HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
:OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the
�Defendants, I will sell to the highest
.nd best bidder for cash at FRONT
iHALLOF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
,COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
"TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
,FLORIDA 32091 at 11:OOAM, on
"the 18h day of February, 2010, the
Lowing described property as set
in said Final Judgment:
PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
E NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE
EAST 1/4 OF SECTION
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
' EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
ORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
RE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
A FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
,CONCRETE MONUMENT FOUND
'AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE
"WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
;NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST
r1/4 WITH THE NORTHERLY
'BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
"WAY OF STATE ROAD 100 (SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY BEING
QIN A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
RORTH AND HAVING A RADIUS,
OF 5629.58 FEET) AND RUN
SOUTHEASTERLY, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY 'BOUNDARY AND
ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE,
350.96 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG A CHORD HAVING A
BEARING OF SOUTH 59 DEGREES
-26 MINUTES 12 SECONDS EAST;
THENCE NORTH 25 DEGREES
23 MINUTES 58 SECONDS EAST,
596.51 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING
tHUS DESCRIBED RUN NORTH
07 DEGREES 08 MINUTES 12
SECONDS EAST, 208.71 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROD; THENCE
SOUTH 82 DEGREES 51 MINUTES
48 SECONDS EAST, 208.71 FEET
TQ. A SET IRON ROD; THENCE
- :SOUTH 07 DEGREES 08 MINUTES
12- SECONDS WEST, 208.71 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROAD; THENCE
NORTH 82 DEGREES 51 MINUTES
48 SECONDS WEST, 208.71 FEET
.TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
.ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
'BEING CONVEYED WITH A RIGHT
OF INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
A 30.00 FOOT STRIP OF LAND
LYING 15.00 FEET ON EACH SIDE
OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
CENTERLINE; COMMENCE AT
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER .OF
,ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
AND -RUN NORTH 82 DEGREES
;51 MINUTES 48 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE SOUTHERLY.
. - -BOUNDARY THEREOF, 15.00 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
'FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING
'THUS DESCRIBED RUN THE.
'FOLLOWING COURSES ALONG
.SAID CENTERLINE: 1) SOUTaH
04 DEGREES 21 MINUTES 05
SECONDS WEST, 247.39 FEET; 2)
SOUTH 06 DEGREES 57 MINUTES
33,SECONDS WEST, 38.19 FEET; 3)_
SOUTH 21 DEGREES 18 MINUTES
'29 SECONDS WEST, 54.01 FEET; 4)
SOUTH 51 DEGREES 16 MINUTES
.49 SECONDS WEST, 58.48 FEET; 5)
SOUTH 57 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
;01 SECONDS WEST, 178.64 FEET; 6)
SOUTH 50 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
43 SECONDS WEST, 70.14 FEET; 7)
SOUTH 60 DEGREES 30 MINUTES
53 SECONDS WEST, 42.88 FEET; 8)
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 59 MINUTES
33 SECONDS WEST, 36.12 FEET; 9)
NORTH 69 DEGREES 10 MINUTES
22 SECONDS WEST, 58.33 FEET; 10)
)SOUTH 84 DEGREES 31 MINUTES
'55 SECONDS WEST, 26.75 FEET
TO AN INTERSECTION WITH THE
:NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
'THE RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE
'ROAD 100 AND THE END OF
SAID CENTERLINE. TOGETHER
.WITH A MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO VIN
#'S FLHML3B1398-26345 A &
FLHML3B1398-26345 B
A/K/A 13027 S.R. 100 WEST, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054
:i'Any person claiming an interest in
:ithe surplus from the sale, if any, other
iithan the property owner as of the date
;.Of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
':Within sixty (60) days after the sale.
W!WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
i this Court on January 4, 2010
; Ray Norman
i ' Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
p': Deputy Clerk
i;if you are a person with a disability
i'who needs any accommodation in
.order to participate in this proceeding,
!;iou are entitled, at no cost to you, to
:.he provision of certain assistance.
" �Please contact the Clerk of Court,
IBradford County Courthouse, Starke,
;,iFL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
:.days of your receipt of this notice; if
;;yu are hearings or voice impaired,
;;;call 1-800-955-8771.
1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT
; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Iij. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
iii AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
i: FLORIDA
i; CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 04-2008-CA-198
DIVISION
;WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
ii:Plaintiff,
.-. :MARK A. COLE, et al,
S;;Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
'NOTICE&. IS HEREBY GIVEN
'pursuant .to a Final Judgment of
:'*Mortgage Foreclosure dated January
;'04,'201 and entered in Case No. 04-
;;2008-CA-198 of the Circuit Court of


::the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
:'BRADFORD County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the
;Plaintiff and MARK A. COLE; LOUISE
COLE; are the Defendants, I will sell to
;the highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
,COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
:FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on
:the 11th day of February, 2010, the
:following described property as set
::forth in said Final Judgment:
.'LOT 10, PINE ACRES PARK,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
.THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
; PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 76, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA


TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME POINT OF BEGINNING. 04, 2010 and entered in Case No. 04-
LOCATED THEREONASA FIXTURE TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME 2009-CA-000112 of the Circuit Court
AND APPURTENANCE THERETO (#GAHAGOO1688A/B) LOCATED of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
VIN #'S THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND and for BRADFORD County, Florida
GAFL335A88547HH21 & APPURTENANCE THERETO. wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
GAFL335B88547HH21 A/K/A 16103 SW COUNTY ROAD NA, is the Plaintiff and S. ROGER
A/K/A 2920 134TH STREET SE, 235, BROKER, FL 326220000 SMITH; HEIDI SMITH;ANY AND ALL
STARKE, FL 32091 Any person claiming an interest in UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
within sixty (60) days after the sale. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on January 4, 2010. SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
this Court on January 4, 2010. Ray Norman CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
Ray Norman Clerk of the Circuit Court HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
Clerk of the Circuit Court By: Lisa Brann6n OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; REGIONS
By: Lisa Brannon Deputy Clerk BANK D/B/A AMSOUTH BANK;
Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability are the Defendants, I will sell to the
If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in highest and best bidder for cash at
who needs any accommodation in, order to participate in this.proceeding, FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Court,- FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on
Please contact the Clerk of Court, Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, the 11th day of February, 2010, the
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working .following described property as get
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working days of your receipt of this notice; if forth in said Final Judgment:
- days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing or voice impaired, THE FOLLOWING REAL
you are hearing or voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8771. . PROPERTY SITUATE IN COUNTY
call 1-800-955-8771. 1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT OF BRADFORD AND STATE
1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT OF FLORIDA DESCRIBED AS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOLLOWS:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A PARCEL OF LAND LYING
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, IN NORTHWEST 1/4 OF *THE
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION
'FLORIDA CIVILACTION 25, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000021 21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
CASE NO. 04-2008-CA-104 DIVISION FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING
DIVISION PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. AS Plaintiff, AS FOLLOWS:
TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE vs. COMMENCE AT A FOUND 3
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2007-4 REX COTTIS, et al, INCHES BY 3 INCHES CONCRETE
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, Defendant(s). MONUMENT LOCATED AT
SERIES 2007-4, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE THE NORTHEAST CORNER
Plaintiff, SALE OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
vs. . NOTICE IS.HEEBGYOJIVENpursuant THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SAID
RONALD S. MIRACLE, et al, to a Final Judgment of Mortgage SECTION 25 AND RUN SOUTH
Defendant(s). Foreclosure dated January 04, 2010 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 30
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE and entered in Case No. 04-2009- SECONDS WEST ALONG ,THE
SALE CA-000021 of the Circuit Court of the NORTH LINE THEREOF, FOR A
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for DISTANCE OF 215.12 FEET TO A
pursuant to a Final Judgment of BRADFORD County, Florida wherein SET 1/2 INCH REBAR: THENCE
Mortgage Foreclosure dated January PHH MORTGAGE CORPORATION, RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 28
04, 2010 and entered in Case No. is the Plaintiff and REX COTTIS; JILL MINUTES 23 SECONDS WEST FOR
04-2008-CA-104 of the Circuit Court A. COTTIS; DOUGLAS J. COTTIS; A DISTANCE 289.08 FEET TO A
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in FORD MOTOR CREDIT COMPANY, FOUND 1/2 INCH REBAR LOCATED
and for BRADFORD County, Florida LLC; TENANT #1, and TENANT #2 AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. are the Defendants, I will sell to the PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED
AS TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE highest and best bidder for cash at IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2007-4 FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD 260, PAGE 331, OF THE PUBLIC
ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 RECORDS BRADFORD COUNTY,
SERIES 2007-4, is the Plaintiff NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, 'FLORIDA(HEREAFTER REFERRED
and RONALD S. MIRACLE; FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on TOASSAID PARCEL);THENCERUN
JANELLE B. MIRACLE; TENANT the 11th day of February, 2010, the SOUTH 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
#1 N/K/A ADRIAN DAUGHTERY following described property as set 30 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE
N/K/A ADRIAN DAUGHTER, and forth in said Final Judgment: NORTH LINEOFLASTSAID PARCEL
TENANT #2 N/K/A JOHN DOE are PARCEL B AND PARALLEL WITH THE NORTH
the Defendants, I will sell to the A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN LINE OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4OF
highest and best bidder for cash at THE NORTH EAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A DISTANCE
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD SOUTH EAST 1/4 OF SECTION OF 171.00 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 29, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, INCH REBAR FOR THE POINT OF
NORTHTEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT OF
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:OOAM, on COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
the 4" day of February, 2010, the BEING MORE PARTICULARLY CONTINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
following described property as set DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 56 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST
forth in said Final Judgment: COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF LAST
LOTS 5 AND 6, BLOCK 15 OF CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST SAID PARCEL FOR A DISTANCE OF
KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES UNIT 1 AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 188.01 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH
ONE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT 24 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST, REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF 00 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 23
BOOK 3 PAGE 10 OF THE PUBLIC SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE SECONDS WEST FOR A DISTANCE
RECORDS OF BRADFORD SOUTHEAST 1/4, A DISTANCE OF OF 27.41 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 744.23 FEET TO AN IRON ROD AT REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH
A/K/A 4248 .SE 2ND AVENUE, THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF 89 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 30
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656 THE WEST 5 OF THAT PART LYING SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL WITH
.Any person claiming an interest in IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE THE NORTH LINE OF LAST SAID
the surplus from the sale, if any, other SOUTHEAST 1/4, LYING SOUTH PARCEL, FOR A DISTANCE OF
than the property owner as of the date OF THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN 64.33 TO A SET 1/2 INCH WITNESS
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim AND FLORIDA RAILROAD RIGHT REBAR LOCATED ON THE EAST
within sixty (60) days after the sale. OF WAY, THENCE RUN NORTH BANKOFHAMPTONLAKE;THENCE
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of 00 DEGREES 32 MINUTES 30 CONTINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
this Court on January 4, 2010. SECONDS. WEST, ALONG THE 56 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST,
..;;)-oi,. .,,.;i-yNorm)n EAST QF SAID WEST 5 ACRES, ALONG iAST SAiD5 "LINE, FOR
ZFerkf'tG^irc uit'C'ourt 38:i.0 FEETVTO THE POINT OF A DISTANCE OF 49.89 FEET TO
By: Lisa Brannon BEGINNING, TO AND TOGETHER A POINT IN HAMPTON LAKE
Deputy Clerk WITH A 20 FOOT EASEMENT FOR LOCATED ON THE WEST LINE OF
If you are a person with a disability INGRESS AND EGRESS ACROSS LAST SAID PARCEL; THENCE RUN
who needs any accommodation in A STRIP OF LAND BEING MORE SOUTH 07 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
order to participate in this proceeding, PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS 27 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
ob- are entitled, at.no cost to you, to FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE WEST LINEOF LAST SAID PARCEL,
.the provision of certain assistance. SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID FOR ADISTANCE OF 100.79 FEET
Please contact the Clerk of Court, NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION TO A POINT IN HAMPTON LAKE
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, 29 AND RUN THENCE SOUTH LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working 89 DEGREES 24 MINUTES 21 CORNER OF LAST SAID PARCEL;
days of your receipt of this notice; if SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
you are.hearing or voice impaired, 256.00 FEET, THENCE CONTINUE 56 MINUTES 30 SECONDS. EAST,
call 1-800-955-8771. - -SOUTH 89-DEGREES 24 MINUTES ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF LAST
1/142tchg1/21-BCT 21 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE SAID PARCEL AND THROUGH
850.18 FEET TO AN IRON ROD AT THE WATERS OF HAMPTON LAKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THE SOUTHEASTCORNER OFTHE AND AN EXISTING CANAL, FOR
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN WEST 5 ACRES OF THAT PART OF A DISTANCE OF 314.00 FEET
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, THENORTHEAST1/4LYINGSOUTH TO POINT IN LAST SAID CANAL;
FLORIDA OFTHE OLD GEORGIASOUTHERN THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
CIVILACTION AND FLORIDA RAILROAD RIGHT 28 MINUTES 23 SECONDS EAST
CASE NO. 04-2008-CA-114 -OF WAY, THENCE 00 DEGREES 32 FOR A DISTANCE 24.34 FEET
. DIVISION MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST A TO A FOUND 1/2 INCH REBAR
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC, DISTANCE OF 362.00 FEETTOTHE LOCATED ON THE NORTH BANK
Plaintiff,-P.. -.... . ..-_. ........PONT. QF. BEGINNING, THENCE OF.LAST SAID CANAL; THENCE
vs. CONTINUE NORTH 00 DEGREES CONTINUE NORTH 00 DEGREES
KENNETH WRIGHT, et al, 32 MINUTES 17 SECONDS WEST A 28 MINUTES 23 SECONDS EAST
Defendantss. DISTANCE OF 593.72 FEET TO THE FOR A DISTANCE OF 103.06 FEET
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SALE OFTHEOLD GEORGIASOUTHERN SUBJECT TO AND RESERVING
NOTICEISHEREBYGIVENpursuant AND FLORIDA RAILROAD RIGHT -THEREFROM AN EASEMENT
to a Final Judgment of Mortgage OF WAY, ALSO KNOWN AS THE .FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS AND
Foreclosure dated January 04, 2010 SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE EGRESS ALONG THE NORTHERLY
and entered in Case No. 04-2008- OF SOUTHEAST 95TH TERRACE, 10 FEET OF THE EASTERLY 188.01
CA-114 of the Circuit Court of the THENCE SOUTH 74 DEGREES 15 FEET OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for MINUTES 20 SECONDS EAST A PARCEL.
BRADFORD County, Florida wherein DISTANCE OF 20.83 FEET, THENCE THE ABOVE LANDS BEING A
CHASE HOMEFINANCELLC, isthe RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 32 PORTION OF THOSE CERTAIN
Plaintiff and KENNETHA WRIGHT; MINUTES 30 SECONDS EAST-LANDS DESCRIBED AND
SUE ANDERSON; CARMEL A DISTANCE OF 585.17 FEET, RECORDED INOFFICIALRECORDS
FINANCIAL CORPORATION; are THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES - BOOK 260, PAGE 331 OF THE
-the Defendants, I will sell to the 24 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST A PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
highest and best bidder for cash at DISTANCE OF 20.00 FEET TO THE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD . POINT OF BEGINNING. A/K/A 6954 SW 100TH TERRACE,
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN HAMPTON, FL 32044
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, MOBILE HOME LOCATED Any person claiming an interest in
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on the THEREON, SERIAL NUMBER the surplus from the sale, if any, other
4t day of March, 2010, the following GAFLN34A159730K' and than the property owner as of the date
described property as set forth in said GAFLN34B159730K. of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
Final Judgment: A/K/A 4302 SOUTHEAST 95TH within sixty (60) days after the sale.
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN TERRACE, HAMPTON, FL32044 WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF THE Any person claiming an interest in this Court on January 4, 2010.
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION the surplus from the sale, if any, other Ray Norman
27, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE than the property owner as of the date Clerk of the Circuit Court
20 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, of the Lis Pendens must file a claim - By: Lisa Brannon
FLORIDA: SAID PARCEL BEING within sixty (60) days after the sale. Deputy Clerk
MORE PARTICULARLYDESCRIBED WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of If you are a person with a disability
AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A this Court on January 4, 2010. who needs any accommodation in
CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCATED Ray Norman order to participate in this proceeding,
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER Clerk of the Circuit Court you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
OF SAID SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF By: Lisa Brannon the provision of certain assistance.
THE SOUTHWEST 1/4 AND RUN Deputy Clerk Please contact the Clerk of Court,
NORTH 00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES If you are a person with a disability Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
25 SECONDS WEST, ALONG .THE who needs any accommodation in FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF, order to participate in this proceeding, days of your receipt of this notice; if
512.48 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD you are entitled, at no cost to you, to you are hearing or voice impaired,
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING. the provision of certain assistance. call 1-800-955-8771.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING Please contact the Clerk of Court, 1/142tchg 1/21-BCT
THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
87 DEGREES 53 MINUTES 02 FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECONDS WEST PARALLEL WITH days of your receipt of this notice; if EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN


THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF you are'hearing or voice impaired, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
SAID SECTION 27, A DISTANCE call 1-800-955-8771. FLORIDA
OF 220.00 FEET TO A SET IRON 1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT CIVILACTION
ROD; THENCE RUN NORTH CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000164
00 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 25 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE DIVISION
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL WITH EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN BANK OF AMERICA, N.A,
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, Plaintiff,
179.28 FEET TO AN IRON ROD SET FLORIDA vs.
ON THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY CIVILACTION STACY LOCKHART, et al,
OF THE RIGHT OF WAY OF CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000112 Defendant(s).
COUNTY ROAD 235; THENCE RUN DIVISION NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
NORTH 77 DEGREES 26 MINUTES WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, SALE
24 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY 224.57 vs. pursuant to a Final Judgment of
FEETTOACONCRETE MONUMENT S. ROGER SMITH, et al, Mortgage Foreclosure dated January
FOUND AT AN INTERSECTION Defendant(s). 04, 2010 and entered in Case No. 04-
WITH SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY; NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE 2009-CA-000164 of the Circuit Court
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES SALE of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
55 MINUTES 25 SECONDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and for BRADFORD County, Florida
EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY pursuant to a Final Judgment of wherein BANK OF AMERICA, N.A, is
BOUNDARY 220.00 FEET TO THE Mortgage Foreclosure dated January the Plaintiff and STACY LOCKHART;


CLINT LOCKHART; MICHAEL O. claim within 60 days after the sale.
MCRAE; are the Defendants, I will sell Dated: January 5, 2010
to the highest and best bidder for cash Ray Norman
at FRONT HALLOFTHE BRADFORD CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 By: Lisa Brannon
NORTH TEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE, 1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00AM, on
the 11th day of February, 2010, the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
following described property as set AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
forth in said Final Judgment: FLORIDA
PARCEL A: A PARCEL OF LAND PROBATE DIVISION
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF FILE NO.: 04-2009-CP-0116
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION In re: THE ESTATE OF JAMES
20, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE CALVIN LOVELL,.
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, Deceased.
FLORIDA AND BEING MORE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS The administration of the estate of
FOLLOWS:COMMENCEATANIRON James Calvin Lovell, deceased;
PIPE ROUND AT THE.NORTHEAST whose date of death was January 17,
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST 2009, is pending in the Circuit.Gourt
1/4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 AND RUN for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 57 MINUTES Division, the address of which is
39 SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE Bradford County Courthouse, 945
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF, North Temple Avenue, P. O. Drawer
265.00 FEET TO AN IRON SET B, Starke, Florida 32091. The
AT THE POINT OF BEGINNING. name and address of the personal
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING representative and the personal
THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH representative's attorney are set forth
63 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 27 below.
SECONDS WEST, 289.50 FEET-TO.. All creditors of the decedent and other
AN IRON SET ON THE EASTERLY persons having claims or demands
BOUNDARYOFTHE RIGHTOFWAY against decedent's estate on whom
OF STATE ROAD NO. 16; THENCE a copy of this notice is required to
SOUTH 25 DEGREES 57 MINUTES be served must file their claims withh
47 SECONDS EAST, ALONG LAST this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY, 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
125.00 FEET TO AN IRON; THENCE THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NORTH 59 DEGREES 26 MINUTES NOTICE OR 30.DAYS AFTER THE
00 SECONDS EAST, -233.61 FEET DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
TO THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
OF SAID NORTHEAST 1/4 OF All other creditors of the decedent
SOUTHEAST 1/4; THENCE NORTH. and other persons having claims of
00 DEGREES 57 MINUTES 39 demands against decedent's estate
SECONDS EAST, ALONG LAST must file their claims with this Cout
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
125.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
BEGINNING. PARCEL B: APA RCEL OF THIS NOTICE.
OFLANDLYINGINTHENORTHEAST ALLCLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIt.
1/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE TIME PERIODS. SET FORTH
SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH; --IN. SECTION 733.702 OF THE
RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
COUNTY, FLORIDA SAID PARCEL FOREVER BARRED. -
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT8
1/4 OF SOUTHEAST 1/4 AND RUN DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 57 MINUTES The date of the first publication of ths
39 SECONDS WEST,'ALONG THE Notice is January 14, 2010.
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF, Personal Representative:
390,00 FEET -TO AN -IRON. ROD_ Michelle Lovell
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING. - 8845.N. W. 185th Street
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING Starke, Florida 32091
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE Attorney for Personal
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 57 MINUTES Representative:
39 SECONDS WEST, ALONG TAYLOR & TAYLOR P.A.
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY, James J. Taylor Jr.
27.61 FEET; THENCE SOUTH Florida Bar No. 334057
65 DEGREES 33 MINUTES 41 Post Office Box 2000
SECONDS WEST 220.43 FEET TO Keystone Heights, Florida 32656 :
AN IRON ROD ON THE EASTERLY (352) 473-8088 (telephone)
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF (352)473-8161 facsimilee)
WAY OF STATE ROAD 16; THENCE 1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT
NORTH 59 DEGREES 25 MINUTES
56 SECONDS EAST, 233.61 FEET IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
A/K/A 1206 RAIFORD ROAD, AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
STARKE, FL 32091 FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in CASE No. 04-2009-CA-000735
the surplus from the sale, if any,other DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
than the property owner as of the date. TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
of the Li Pendens must file a claim ON BEHALF OF MORGAN
within sixty (60) days after the sale. STANLEY ABS CAPITAL I INC.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of TRUST 2004 HE8 MORTGAGE
this Court on January 4, 2010. PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
Ray'Norman SERIES 2004 HE8,
Clerk of the Circuit Court PLAINTIFF,
By: Usa Brannon VS.
Deputy Clerk TUROSIA E. BRIGHT, ET AL.
If you are a person with a disability DEFENDANT(S).
who needs any accommodation inf "' - NOTICE OF ACTION
order to participate in this proceeding, To: Nova B. Bright
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to RESIDEN(E: UNKNOWN
the provision of certain assistance. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 928 Saint
Please contact the Clerk of Court, Paul Dr, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, AND TO: All persons claiming an
FL at 904-964-6280 within 2 working interest by, through, under, or against
days of your receipt of this notice; if the aforesaid defendantss.
you are hearing or voice impaired, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
call 1-800-955-8771. an action to foreclose a mortgage
-1/142tchg 1/21-BCT on the following described property
. '. --- - ---ocated in Bradford County, Florida:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE All that certain piece, parcel or tract
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN of land, situate, lying and being more
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, particularly described as the SE 1/4
FLORIDACIVILACTION of.SE 1/4 of SE 114 of Section 26,
CASE NO.: 04-2007-CA-0225- Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL Bradford County, Florida as per that
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE survey done by Waverdy J. Ray:&
UNDER THE POOLING AND Associates, Registered Surveyor
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED Certificate No. 707.
AS OF DECEMBER 1, 2006, has been filed against you, and'
FREMONT HOME LOAN TRUST you are required to serve a copy of
2006-E your written defenses, if any, to this
Plaintiff action, on Gladstone Law Group,
Vs. P.A., attorneys for plaintiff, whose
FRANK W.KROL,etal. address is 101 Plaza Real South,
Defendants) . ....... - ..-..-..Suite.217,.Boca Raton, FL 33432,
NOTICE OF SALE and file the original with the Clerk.of
A Notice is hereby given that, pursuant the Court, within 30 days after the first
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure publication of this notice, either before
or Order dated September 14, February 11, 2010 or immediately
2009, entered in Civil Case Number thereafter,- otherwise a default may
04-2007-CA-0225, in the Circuit be entered against you for the relief
Court for BRADFORD Couny, demanded in the Complaint.
Florida, wherein HSBC BANK USA, DATED: January 5, 2010
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS Clerk of the Circuit Court
TRUSTEE UNDER THE POOLING By: Lisa Brannon
AND SERVICING AGREEMENT Deputy Clerk of the Court
DATED AS OF DECEMBER 1, 2006, If you are a person with a disability
FREMONT HOME LOAN TRUST who needs any accommodation in
2006-E is the Plaintiff, and FRANK order to participate in this proceeding,
W: KROL, et al., are the Defendants,- you.are entitled, at no cost to you, to
I will sell the property situated the provision of certain assistance.
in BRADFORD County, Florida, Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
described as: Ms. Jan Phillips at 201 E. University
A parcel of land lying in the West Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
1/2 of the NW 114 of the SE 1/4 or 32601; telephone number 352-337-
Section 36, Township 5 South, Range 6237 within two (2) working days of
21, East, Bradford County, Florida; your receipt of this notice; if you are
said parcel being more particularly hearing impaired, call the Florida
described as follows: Commence at Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771
a found 3" X 3" concrete monument (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call
located at the SE corner of the West the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-
1/2 of the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 for 955-8770.
Point of Beginning. From Point of 1/14 2tchg 1/21-BCT
Beginning thus described run South
89 deg 47 min 26 sec West along LEGAL NOTICE
the Southerly boundary of said West The Executive Committee 'of
1/2 for a distance of 326.65 feet FloridaWorks will hold a meeting on
to a set 1/2" rebar located on the Tuesday, January 19 at 2:00 p.m. at
Easterly boundary of the right-of-way FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 13h Street,
of a county maintained graded road Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
known as NW 71st Avenue; thence at 352-244-5148 with questions. -
run North 02 deg 20 min 14 sec West 1/14 ltchg-BCT
and along said Easterly right-of-way
for a distance of 217.07 feet to a set LEGAL NOTICE '
1/2" rebar located at the beginning FloridaWorks will hold its Annual
of a curve concave to the Southeast Meeting on Friday, January 22",
and having a radius of 211.64 feet at 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Best
thence run Northeasterly along the Western Gateway Grand, 4200 NW
arc of said curve as measured along_ 97' Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.
a chord having a bearing of North 25 Please contact Celia Chapman at
deg 54 min 45 sec East for a chord 352-244-5148 with questions.


distance of 200.35 feet to a set 1/2" 1/14 ltchg-BCT
rebar located at the end of said curve;
thence run North 54 deg 09 min 46 LEGAL NOTICE
sec East along same Easterly right- The B6ard of County Commissioners
of-way for a distance of 293.97 feet for Alachua'and Bradford Counties
to a set 1/2" rebar located on the will hold a Dual-County Consortium
Easterly boundary of the West 1/2 of meeting on Thursday, January 21,
the NW 1/4 OF SE 114; thence run 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at FloridaWofks,
South 00 deg 58 min 16 sec East 4800 S.W. 13" Street, Gainesville,
along the Easterly boundary of-said-- FL.- Please call Celia Chapman-at
West 1/2 for a distance of 568.09 feet 352-244-5148 with questions.
to the Point of Beginning. 1/14 itchg-BCT.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at Bradford County
Courthouse, 925 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091, at 11:00
a.m. on the 28 day of January, 2010.
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











Brdfr Cont Teerp Tusdy January 14, 200


COLD
Continued from Page 1A

did result in sffglitly elevated
localized outages, according to
Florida Power and Light's Jackie
Anderson, but Bradford was
minimally affected.
"System-wide, more than
99 percent of our customers
had power throughout the cold
weather," Anderson said.
Usage by FPL customers also
set a record Monday morning,
with demand above 24,000 mega-
watts, almost 2,000 megawatts
higher than the previous record,
set in the summer.of 2005.
The school district has been
busy trying to keep classrooms
warm, and has ,succeeded for
the most part..There have-been
some cold rooms in the district,
and Starke Elementary School's.
troublesome heating and air sys-
tem is partly to blame.


Maintenance Supervisor Rich-.
aid Smith said the boiler at the
school is on its last legs and has
had to be patched. They worked
long hours on the night of Jan. 4
to get heat to most of the rooms
before students returned from the
break.
...That was compounded by a
power outage due to a bad break-
er on Jan. 8, which forced closure
of the school for the rest of the
day.
Under emergency action, the
board voted to purchase a new
boiler for Starke Elementary on
Monday after a lengthy discus-
sion about fixing the system
there once and for all. Purchas-
ing requirements were waived in
order to expedite purchase and
installation.
Outside of agricultural issues,
the county has not reported sig-
nificant problems due to the cold.
Emergency Management Direc-
tor Brian Johns said the county


ROBBE.D residence.
.R O B.B ...,At..approximately .10:20 a.m.,
Continued from Page-lA Deputy Gotohaleovitch- received
a call from Wimberly's father
Street, calling for help. The resi- stating that his son was now at
dents called 911. home. Deputy Cotchaleovitch
Wimberly was gone by the .pld Wimberly visit and inter-
time Deputy Cotchaleovitch ar- . viewed him while sitting on the
rived, but CCSO deputies did see front yard in lawn chairs. Ac-
the alleged accomplice fleeing cording to the report, Wimberly
the area. The deputies located the changed his statement several
wooden post along King Street in times during the interview.
bushes just north of Wimberly's .After the interview, Wimberly


THEFT,
Continued from Page 1A

Clay County goods at a recycling
center in Bradford County. The
BCSO reported back that similar
cell tower thefts had occurred in


Should always open-up emergency -
shelters if the public is in need of
protection from extreme condi-
tions.
Johns did warn of the in-
creased chances of wildfire,
noting several recent fires that
quickly burned out of control,.
one of which threatened nearby
homes. One began as a trash fire
while the causes of the other fires
was unknown.
The freezes have killed off
vegetation,creating fuel for brush
and woods fires. There is no burn
ban in place, but residents are
advised to use extreme caution
when conducing open burns.
While additional hard freezes
are not forecast through Sunday,
residents are reminded that when
the weather drops, they should
protect themselves, their pets,
plants and pipes. Be aware as
well of the dangers posed by in-
door heating appliances.



was arrested and taken to the Or-
ange Park substation where a re-
corded"'aterview was conducted
before the defendant was taken to
the Clay County Jail and booked
on a charge of armed robbery.
The accomplice had not been
arrested as of press time.
The victim's family took him
to Shands Starke where he was
treated for a broken.jaw, lacera-
tions to the left'side of his face
and at least one damaged tooth.


Bradford County as well. tional such thefts in Clay Coun-
Harper was arrested by Brad- ty. Harper has now been charged
ford-County deputies on Nov. 2. with 28 offenses in all
Clay deputies subsequently con- After further investigation,
tacted him in the Bradford Coun- Gadt arrested Britton on Jan.
ty jail. He implicated Thomas 5. He is being held in the Clay
Britton in the Bradford thefts and County Jail. Bond has been set at
allegedly confessed to 10 addi- .$15,000.


PUPPETEERS BRING HEALTHY MESSAGE TO LOCAL SCHOOL

















Just before leaving on their long vacations, Starke Elementary students participated in a
high energy, informative puppet show. The show, entitled "The Extreme Health Challenge"
was 45 minutes of interactive excitement.
Students received information on good food choices, exercise options and water
consumption.
Students and teachers were called on to participate during the show. The actors use
puppets combined with a game show format to get complex lessons across in a compressed
period of time.
The show was produced by Michellee Puppets and sponsored by the Blue Foundation for'
a Healthy Florida. Michellee Puppets is in its 24th season of shows and has reached more
than 1.6 million students. Chrissy Perez, puppets Zach and Rico, and Alex Lewis (all pictured
above) have been performing 8-10 shows a week at schools for several years.


Deadline'
approaches to
lock in prepaid
college prices
Families have only three
weeks left to purchase a Florida
Prepaid College Plan at current
plan prices.
Enrolling children by the Jan.
31 deadline is easy to do online
at www.myfloridaprepaid.com.
A recent survey from finan-
cial services firm Edward Jones
shows 33 percent of Americans
chose 'increase savings' as their
top financial resolution for 2010.
Increasing savings topped the4ist
for both men and women, along
with other financially focused
resolutions.
For the past 21 years, more
than 917,000 children have been
enrolled in the Florida Prepaid
College Plan and 230,000 stu-
dents have gone to college using
their prepaid benefits.
Prepaid tuition can be pur-
chased for children and grand-
children as soon as they are born
and up until the I11' grade. With
college tuition representing just
16 percent of the total cost for
attending a public university in
Florida, four -flexible plans aire
available through Florida Pre-
paid College Plans comprising of
tuition plans, the tuition differen-
tial fee plan, local fee plan and
dormitory plan to help cover the
costs of a college education.
Once children are ready for
college, they have a broad se-
lection of universities to choose
from under the Florida Prepaid
College Plan. The plans can be
used at Florida's 11 public uni-
versities, 28 community colleges
(including the nine colleges of-
fering baccalaureate degrees)
and select technical schools.
The plan's full dollar value,
what would be paid to a Florida-
public college, can be transferred
to most private and out-of-state
colleges.
Only the $50 application fee
is due by the Jan. 31 deadline.
The first plan payment is not due
until April 20. Families can call
800-552-GRAD (4723) to order
an enrollment kit and paper ap-
plication in English or Spanish


and speak to a customer service
representative.

Year-round
landscape
irrigation rules
in effect
Starting Jan. 6, all homeown-
ers and others within the Suwan-
nee River Water Management
District will be asked to limit
landscape irrigation to one or
two days per week, depending
upon the time of the year.
For the first time ever, the dis-
trictis implementing ayear-round
water conservation rule that ap-
plies to residential landscaping,
public or commercial recreation
areas,and public and commercial
businesses that aren't regulated
by a district-issued permit.
In the past, the district has
enacted only short-term volun-
tary restrictions in response to
drought conditions.
Unlike other areas of the state
where irrigation schedules are set
according to addresses, water us-
ers in the Suwannee River Water
Management District will be al-
lowed to set their own schedules
as follows; Choose one-d week to water landscapes during
Eastern Standard Time, which


Spock
Mix breed dog.
Friendly and playful.
Gets along with
other dogs and loves
attention.
Contact:
Bradford County Animal
Control
904-964-9200
Shelter ID# 111109-
HP9A


begins the first Sunday in No-
vember; choose two days per
week during Daylight. Savings
Time, beginning the second Sun-
day in March. In both cases, irri-
gation should not occur between
10 a.m.and 4 p.m.
Newly planted landscapes may
be watered more frequently for
60 days following planting.
Those who wish to .deviate
from the water conservation rule
must apply for a water use per-
mit.
The requirement is part of the
district's new water use permit-
ting rules.
In addition to water conserva-.
tion for landscape irrigation, the
new rules require anyone ap-
plying for a water use permit to
implement a water conservation
plan. :
Only new permit applicants
are required to adopt a conserva-
tion plan; existing permit hold-
ers must adhere to their current
permits.
The new water use rules will
be posted on the district's Web
site as of Jan. 6. Go to www,
mysuwanneeriver.com/rulesan-
dregs and click on 40B-2. For
more information contact Linda-
Welch,._ rules- coordinator, at
386.362.1001.


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Committee to interview semifinalists for BHS job


SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Semifinalists are being inter-
viewed this week for the head
football coaching position at
Bradford High School, a task
several members of the commit-
tee assembled to review the ap-
plicants are looking forward to.
"That will be exciting, to see
their views and philosophies on
many of the things we feel need
to be addressed," said committee
member Inez Diggs, a longtime
educator and coach in Bradford
County.
Committee members David
Hurse.and Lennard Register-
former BHS head coaches-
were ready to get the process
under way the- week.before it
began.
"I'm ready to.go right now,"
Register said when interviewed
on Jan. 7.
"I'm full steam ahead," said
Hurse, who was interviewed
Jan. 8.
Hurse, Register and Diggs are
just a few members of the com-
mittee assembled by Superin-
tendent Beth Moore who have
strong ties to Bradford High
School and the Bradford com-
munity. Committee members
met four times, beginning in late
November, to discuss what
qualities they were looking for
in a head coach and.to review
the. more than 100 applicants
from 20 states received since the
position was posted.
Bradford High School Princi-
pal Doug Thoburn, who ii the
committee's leader, saidW 13
semifinalists were selected. Af-


ter those applicants are inter-
viewed, the committee will se-
lect an undetermined number of
finalists, whose names will then
be forwarded to Moore.
Hurse said applicants have
varied, with coaches as young as
their early 30s to coaches in
their late 50s, all of whom have
varying Jevels of experience.
Thoburn said there is no set cri-
teria for selecting a coach in
regard to age or experience.
Could someone who has never
been a head coach be selected as
a finalist? Certainly.
"Urban Meyer at one point in
his career had never been a head
coach' before," Thoburn said..
The bottom line is, committee
members will evaluate the per-
son in question during a face-to-
face meeting, Thoburn said.
Register said from a personal
standpoint, experience and win-
loss record are the two most
important things to look for. He
added that the committee as a
whole agreed there is more to a
coach than that. The ideal can-
didate is an "all-around" indi-
vidual who has good morals,
will mix well with faculty and
students, and who is commu-
nity-minded.
Diggs said a coach who is
willing to become a part of the
community is really what she'd
like to see. She wants to see
someone who can excite the
players' parents and get them
more involved with the program.
"It can happen if we get the
right person," she said.
Hurse agreed, saying he and


Register both loved the commu-
nity and still do.
"We need to find a man who
fits that category," Hurse said. *
Finding someone who is like
Hurse or Register would cer-
tainly not be a bad thing consid-
ering the success those two had
in guiding the Tornadoes. Regis-
ter never experienced a losing
season in his seven years at the
helm in the '50s and '60s, while
Hurse, who coached the Torna-
does from 1962 through 1990,


led the team to state champion-
ships in 1965 and 1966.
Register said he felt Moore
made a good decision in inviting
him and Hurse to be a part of'the
process-something he does not
take lightly:
"I'm very honored and very
pleased to help any way I can,"
Register said.
"It's always an honor to be
invited back to have anything to
do with Bradford High School,"
Hurse said.


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For his part, Thoburn said it
has been quite an experience
listening to the old stories told
by Hurse and Register. He said
he has learned a lot about the
history of Bradford High School
football and now has memories
he will cherish forever.
"They're two legends in Brad-
ford County," Thoburn said. "I
am just so thankful I had the
opportunity to be a part of it."
Hurse was looking forward to
interviewing the semifinalists


because he said he and Register
could ask pointed questions that
would help them understand the
"nuts and bolts" of the coaches'
philosophies.
Other members of the com-
mittee have football back-
grounds, but Diggs -brought
something different to the table.
She said as a lady, she raised
other issues "besides plays on
the field" for committee mem-
See COACH page 3B


Barry Warren,
keeping warm
in his Gators
jacket, said of
Urban Meyer:
"I'm glad that
he apparently
has made the
decision to re-
turn. He has
definitely been
an asset to the
program.





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A week before the Allstate
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dary coach Bobby Bowden',
head coach of the rival FSU
Seminoles, was about to coach
his last game. They did not,
however, foresee the Sugar
Bowl being the last game for
their head coach.
Turned out that's apparently
not the case, but Urban Meyer
sent shockwaves through the
college football world when he
announced Dec. 26 he was go-
ing to resign before then an-
nouncing on Dec. 27 he was
only going to take a leave of
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They were understandably taken
aback by Meyer's initial an-
nouncement of resignation, but
eventually understood why and
expressed concern only for the
coach's health.
Deac Story, who played foot-
ball.at Florida under Steve Spur-
rier and is now a teacher at
Bradford High School, said he
wondered why Meyer would
resign when he first heard the
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Meyer's health was the reason,
Story admitted his thoughts
turned to Tiger Woods.
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Heather Turner
completes basic
training
Air Force Airman 1V' Class
Heather L. Turner graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an in-.
Stensive, eight-week program that
included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
Score values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Turner is the daughter of
Valerie Turner of Interlachen
and Ron Turner of Melrose. She
is a 2002 graduate of Interlachen
High School.

Kyle Pope
graduates basic
training
Army National Guard Pfc.
SKyle M. Pope has graduated
from basic combat training at
Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
During the nine weeks of
Straining, the soldier studied the
SArmy mission and received in-
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Starke Kiwanis
poker tourney
set for Jan. 15
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will be holding a Texas hold
'em poker tournament Friday,
Jan. 15, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50. Regis-
tration will begin at 6 p.m., with
play beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Forormore information, please
.call Warren Carver at 904-964-
7434.

Keystone soccer
club is now tak-
ing applications
The Keystone Youth Soccer
Club, affiliated with the Florida
Youth Soccer Association and'
Member of the North Florida
Youth Soccer League, is regis-
tering for its spring season,
which is open to ages 4-19.
(Age-determining date is July
31,2009.)
Non-travel, co-ed teams will
be created in the following age
brackets: 4-5, 6-7, 8-9, 10-11,
12-13 and 14-15. Games and
practices will be held at Twin
Lakes Park.
Cost is $60, which includes
supplied uniform of jersey,
shorts and socks.
Registration lasts through
Feb. 22. Registration forms are
available at Trevor Waters Re-
alty lac. at 7374 S.R. 21 N.
.The club is also in need of
volunteers and sponsors.
For more information, call
Trevor Waters at 352-473-7777
or 352-2467776. You may also
call Duane Patterson at 352-235-
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S, ' ' : '. day, January 14, 2010 * Regional News


Is.


Mr. and Mrs

Scotts to celebrate
Saturday at Bradfor
Si Lamar and Juahita Scott will
e celebrating their 55'h wedding
anniversary on Jan. 16, 2010, at!
7 p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds, building #1. There


Starke church i
offers weekly
walking clinic
First Christian Church of,
Starke is offering a free walking
clinic every Saturday at 11 a.m.;
SiThifo program is for beginners
and experts. A 4-mile measured
course is being offered as well
Sasencouragement. There is op-:
portunity to work up to a.9-mil9
walk or run in this 12-week proP
gram' The goal is to ready pari
ticipants for the March 13 Gate
River Run. (Applications are
available at the clinic.)
Thqse interested should meet
at Veterans' Park in Starke.
Bring water and expect good
fellowship and prayer.
.The group is led by :pastor
Steve, Hayes, a six-time iparal
thoner, triathlete and local spin
instructor.
iFor more information; call
904-368-0930. .

Kiwanis shooi I
rescheduled:
A clay shoot hosted ,by ith *'
Kiwanis Club of Starke,' w; ic
was originally scheduled fpr Jani.
9, has been rescheduled 'foir
March 20 at the Bradford
Sportsmen's Farm in Graham.
. A $150 prize will be awarded
to the high overall score; while
each class will feature first-place:
($100 and. certificate), :second":
place ($75 and certificate) and'
third-place ($50 and certificate)
prizes. There will also be draw-
Sings for door prizes:as well as ai
drawing for a shotgun. ;
: Tickets for the shotgun drawL
iig can be purchased from every,
Kiwanis of Sta'rkel. niember.
They are $5 each or'fivefor $20.'
I The tournament is :a 100-
t4rget, Lewis Class shoot, con;
sisting of 15 stations on the
farm's west course.. '
: Cost is $75 (includes iunch i
per shooter: Warm-ups are $5..
STo register, call Jerry Wil-
liams at 904-364-8395 or ;the7
Bradford Sportsmen's Farm at'
352-485-2302. You may also:
send ' e-mail t
jerry@cognitofarm.com or
bradfordsportsmen-
farm@windstream.net.
S:Any businesses wanting to
sponsor a station should 'call
Williams at the above number.


COACH
pContinued from Page 1B V

.bers to look at. '
Diggs has made her voice be
heard. Thoburn admitted he felt
sorry for Diggs at first since she
was the only woman on the
committee. He learned, though,
that everyone listened when she
had something to say.
Hurse worked alongside
Diggs and said he has great re-
spect of her views.
"She knows what football
*means to the community." Hurse
said.
Though some of their back-
.,g o-,.ds may vary, Diggs, Hurse
and Register said everyone on
the committee was on the same
'page from the outset, which was
impressive, Thoburn said.
"The committee's phenome-
nal," Thoburnsaid."I've never
been involved with a committee
with such diverse personalities."
Thoburn said he realizes the
committee will ultimately


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SScott

55th anniversary
d fairgrounds'
ivill ib a i osel ing feau
the Carolina ,Crossmen. ia
Southern Joy, plus other igu iest.
Everyone is invited to celebirat
with the couple.
! . '
judged ontithings it has! no con
trolhover when it comes to ho\
vell tie program performsrin.
:der the. inew coach Regisjer caui
tions against any quik judgeg
meritss; saying, no coajha has
magic;wand he can wave to cre
ate a perfect season rightoff lh
bat. 1 ; - . i j: .' l d
* "Realisticallvy. you_',' ii.
give the man timeto pit s'fee
on the ground," Registdr s'id::
SThoburn is confidentiv 'vel
is hired %ill work out, saying th
one guarantee he ;nak.es i'. h4
any one qf the finalists 'il,'iti
a great football coach' at Brad
ford Higfi School. I'm con-
vinced of that."


up' supports senior caregivers
, E.' Ir'-IAl S are husbands or wives who are last three months, they have There was a caregiver's bil
('nitor Editor themselves elderly, trying to seen as many as to 20 Lake of rights. which states
S'hhbie Strickland of the care for a spouse who may be Region residents. That was "Caregivers have the fight t(


Melrose' Senior Health Care
..Center and .Mandi Hall of
i A x - iHpme Health in
SKe tone Heights are trying to
sa4I f.a-tilpport groupifor' senior
, ic neg,'vcp. ,
' T 1 he term "senior caregiver"
1 i e latest tille for someone
ik'ihg care of 'an elderly
person. The caregiver is
usually, but not. always, a
middle-aged person taking
'. rp . of a parent. Very often,
.Ldi'Jid'aregier is' also balancing
ia, jb, and ma\ be caring for
hi or her ow n family as well.
Smong:the more distressing
' 1,emples 'of senior caregivers
S I : : '


younger than they are. One
thing caregivers often have in
common is a complete lack of
experience when they are first
called upon to do the job.
While the Internet is rife
with how-to Web sites, it never
hurts to have another human
being to share the journey
with, as a new caregiver works
his or her way through tasks
small and large.
The support group meets
once a month and the two
women saw it originally as an
ongoing self-help tool. That
isn't necessarily what they are
getting, they said, but over the


1 Good 6 Shepherd
!i theran Church (LCMS)
Children's Church 10:00 AM
Sunday School 9AM...Worship Service at 10:00 AM
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enough to tell Hall and
Strickland that there is a need
and an interest in the free help
and information they have to
offer.
At last Tuesday's group, the
two service providers passed
out a caregiver stress test, with
statements to respond to, like
"I find I can't get enough rest,"
or "I don't get out much
anyrmore."


Il
d
o


expect all family members,
both men and women, to
participate in the.care for aging
relatives," or "Caregivers have
the right to appreciation and
emotional support for their
decision to accept the
challenge of providing care."
There were checklists.for the
care rerppivr, like whether the
See GROUP page 8B


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Editorial/Opinion


Regiona[lNews * Thursday,' anuary 14, 2010 * Page 4B



Time and tides await no man


In the late fall of 1999, just
over 10 years ago, we faced a
dilemma of sorts: Did the mil-
lenniim end Dec. 31, 1999, or
Dec. 31,2000?
Regardless of the date a per-
son believed to be correct, we
faced the end of the period with
trepidation. There was a wide-
-spread feeling of unease, that
there possibly could be the end
of an era. Some people felt that
since Abraham was born ap-
proximately 2,000 years before
Christ, then 2,000 years follow-
ing the event would trigger some
sort of celestial revelation, even
the return of Christ, as prophe-
sized in the New Testament.
We now know that such an
event did not occur at the time,
casting doubt on our timetable,
but never diminishing our faith.
Perhaps God doesn't operate orn
the Gregorian calendar in use by
the vast majority of the modern
world's enlightened countries.
In a similar vein, we may be
thinking that we now have wit-
nessed the end of the first dec-
ade in the third millennium, but
that, too, would be in error. The
time to celebrate will arrive Dec.
:31, 2010, since the period began
Jan.1,2001.
- Aside from any phenomenon
from on high, we Americans are
facing a new year filled with the
promise of turbulent times in the
inany facets of life.
: Just more than a year ago, we.
were faced with electing a presi-
dent, choosing between an eld-
erly conservative senator, whose
place in history is secure as a'
national military hero, and a
young, little-known senator,
having little experience in gov-
erning, but long on oratorical
ability. The younger candidate
won the election with a mantra
for change. Well, we got change
all right, but some people are
disgruntled with the political
leadership, attested by the fal-
ling presidential approval rate,
now down to 47 percent, and a
congressional approval.rate that
is even lower.
In all fairness to the young
president, he inherited an impos-
sible situation upon being inau-
gurated, with a hot war going
on, another in the making, a
:stock market heading for the
cellar and a national debt headed


for outer space. He immediately
dug the hole wider and deeper
with an $878 billion infusion of
money borrowed from the Chi-
nese. He cooled the war in Iraq
without a formal truce and esca-
lated the war in Afghanistan,
which has now become the
"Obama War." He has brow-
beaten the Democratic Party to
patch together a 2,000-page
document-which no one has
read in its entirety-to force on
Americans a national health plan
that will bankrupt the nation
within five years and destroy the
finest health system in the
world, which, incidentally, will
ensure his tenure will be limited
to one term. You can take that to
the bank.
The president was inaugurated
in January, and the stock market
tanked in February, with inves-
tors taking a beating reminiscent
of Black Friday, Oct. 29, 1929.
At that time, the market dropped
from 386 to 41. It would take
more than 50 years for the mar-
ket to return to its 1929 high.
The market hit its all-time
high, October 9, 2007, at
14,164,53 and dropped to its
recent low of 6,626,94, on
March 6, 2009. It is currently
running above 10,000 and ap-
pears to be on the upswing as
the economy improves and con-
fidence returns to the investing
public, but who knows? Many
signs indicate the recession has
bottomed out and the economy
improving, but unemployment
remains stubbornly high and in
double digits.
The United States has weath-
ered a number of recessions and
depressions in its relatively short
history, but the benchmark of
depressions began with the stock
market meltdown of 1929 and
continued until the latter part of
the 1930s when the nation began
to prepare for World War II in
spite of pump-priming by the
Roosevelt Works Progress Ad-
ministration. The .wars- of the
Bush-ObM -anstmm sra~o'ns
(2002-2010) have not provided a
similar impetus to the economy.
SIn 2009, American voters re-
pudiated the Bush adniinistra-
tion that amassed millions in
national debt without passing a
war tax to support hostilities,
which many people felt was


unnecessary, wasting American
lives and wealth in a losing
cause. While the American peo-
ple have supported its troops, it
has not supported the unpopular
war.
President Obama took over
the presidency at a low-point in
history, in a no-win situation,
hampered by a war no one
wanted and few approved, and
in a tanking economy. As result
of his programs, .the federal
budget deficit has swelled to
$1.4 trillion and the national
debt has escalated to $12 trillion
as of Dec. 4..The Federal Re-
serve has been successful in
holding down interest rates and
keeping interest on the national
debt at a modest $202 billion
this year, but interest rates will
rise, and according'to estimates,
by the year 2019, interest on the
national debt will reach $700
billion or more.
Time was we owed the money
to ourselves, and deficits didn't
matter. In fact, Vice President
Dick Cheney said, "Reagan
proved deficits don't matter,"
but deficits do matter, rimore es-
pecially in today's world, in
which we owe Japan $580 bil-
lion, China $390 billion and the
United Kingdom $320 billion,
represented by bonds with ma-
turity dates on which some sort
of settlement will be due. (In-
formation obtained through
Google.)
Generally speaking, the presi-
dent is held responsible for fed-
eral government expenditures,
but Congress doesn't haves to
appropriate the money, and
therefore it should. share the
blame for the sorry state of af-
fairs. This year, all 435 repre-
sentatives will be up for election
or reelection, and voters are
urged to give careful considera-
tion to voting records and/or
promises of fiscal integrity. One
third of the senators will also
face the voters this year. Their
records of voting should be a
consideration in the voting,
booth.
American voters, you should
be scared, very scared. We are
bequeathing our children and
grandchildren a financial burden
unprecedented in all of history.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


[Letters to the Editor


Representatives by Mr. Sparks, a highly re- council who sat on their hands
spected citizen and honorable and had lockjaw while this ac-
should be for the .man, about council woman tivity was going on should.have
Spooner's obvious 'abuse of ethics charges brought against
people power given her by some dis- them for failure to do what they
:DDear Editor torted rule or city ordinance. Her were elected to do. If you can't
Of all our constitutional trip to Washington D.C. under live up to your responsibilities
amendments, the most valued is the pretext of doing city 6usi- as representatives of the people,
our second and first in that or- ness was at least unethical, if not then step down and let.those that
der). an abuse of power. will do it.
Her accusations toward Mr. Mrs. Bedford and Mr. Sparks
More and more as time goes Sparks and her refusal to answer should be given some form of
on, I am becoming afraid of our questions raised by him and citizen's award for coming for-
government and especially the thought by others is an insult to ward and trying to do what the
elected and appointed bureau- every voter who believes that full city council should have
crats that implement the laws they should be represented by already done.
.and policies that are in place. . the officials-that they elect. Ad- Malcolm Hill
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Randy Whyt-
sell, standing
by a couple of
plaques com-
memorating UF
national cham-
pionships, un-
derstands the
hours Urban
Meyer puts in,
having coached
himself at'rad-
ford High
School. "I put
in tons of hours
every week,
and that's just a
high school
team," said
Whytsell, who
coached bas-
ketball.



MEYER
Continued from Page 1B


out why Meyer would step
down.
. Randy Whytsell said the an-
nouncement was a shock-
something he was not expecting
at all.
However, Whytsell said the
news was not as big of a shock
to him as when he heard of
Spurrier's resignation. That's
because of the publicity given to
Meyer's hospital stay following
the SEC Championship.
Turned out health issues were
the reason, which made sense to
fans once that came to light.
"Once they kind of explained
what it was, I could understand
that," Whytsell said.
Steve Futch said he did not
think Meyer looked well during
the SEC Championship.
"Then we found out he came
back home and had to go to the
hospital," Futch said. "(His res-
ignation) really didn't surprise
me."
Barry Warren said he figured
the resignation had to be tied to
that hospital stay in some way.
"I couldn't see him making
that decision otherwise," Warren
said.
Warren said he did not imme-
diately start thinking of who
would be a suitable hire to re-
place Meyer,. but' Story:. and
Whytsell did. Story said :he Im-
mediately thought of former UF
offensive coordinator and cur-
rent Mississippi State head
coach Dan Mullen and former
defensive coordinator Charlie
Strong, who just left to take the
head coaching position at Lou-
isville.
Whytsell's mind turned to
Boise State head coach Chris
Peterson and Texas Christian
head coach Gary Patterson, who
guided their teams to 14-0 and
12-1 seasons, respectively.
"They're. pretty hot coaches
right now," Whytsell said.
Futch did not name a specific
coach he thought of to take
Meyer's place, but he knows
what he would want to see in a
head coach - someone who
knows the Gators, but who is not
necessarily an alumnus, and who
can deal with boosters and excel
at fundraising, recruiting and
being an administrator.
"We need a guy like Urban
Meyer who can do it all," Futch
said. "We're fortunate. (This
situation has) really made me
appreciate his talents because
he's done a good joo or wrap-
ping all that into one neat pack-
age and 'being the coach we
need."
As it turned out, UF Athletic
Director Jeremy Foley won't
have to hire a head coach since
Meyer announced he will take a
leave of absence instead,


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"He just needs a vaca-
tion. That's the bottom
line."-Deac Story


"Sometimes you'need
to trust other people
enough to do.some of
that stuff."-Steve
Futch on his belief that
Urban Meyer needs to
delegate authority

Whytsell said the change was
one of emotion, saying he be-
lieved it was more difficult for
Meyer to tell his players he was
walking away from it all than
.others he was close to.
"That's a lot tougher to do,"
Whystell said.
Whytsell knows what it's like
to deal with players as a coach,
having previously served at
Bradford High School's head
boys' basketball coach. Whyt-
sell also knows what kind of
time is involved with coaching.
"I put in tons of hours every
week, and that's just a high
school team:' Whytsell said.
Story said being a head foot-
ball coach is a full-time job at
any . level, but said college
coaching also comes with over-
time.
"The college level is even
worse than the pros," Story said,
alluding to the fact pro coaches i
don't have to worry about re-
cruiting and players' grades.
The profession and its de-
mands amaze Futch.
"To do that job, you've got to
be so committed to it, ana it"
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muh,"' Futch said. "I don't s4
how they divide the time up to
do what they have to do." .
Since Futch cited Meyer as
that coach who can do it all, he
said he also thinks it will BI
difficult for Meyer to take a step
back and not be so involved. ;
"I'm glad he's willing, but I
don't know if he can," Futch
said.
Warren admitted it must be a
tough situation for Meyer to be
in.
"He's the head coach. He's
the one carrying the weight 6T
the program and the weight of
the Gator nation on his shouL-
ders," Warren said.
Still, Warren said Meyer mu't
lighten his load by delegation
authority to his assistant coaches
and trust those coaches to do the
right thing. r
"It's a team effort, not an U!
ban Meyer effort," Warren said.-
Futch agreed. 5
"Sometimes you need to trust
other people enough to do some
of that stuff," Futch said. "He',
going to have to learn to do that
Warren and Whytsell both
said they were concerned wifli
how this situation, along vwi.
the loss of several assistant
coaches- most notably
Strong-was going to affect
recruiting. However, the GatoWf
still have received commitments
from many highly rated played
and are currently tops in
Scout.com and Rivals.com rank'
ings.
"It looks like recruiting's not
going to fall off," Whytsell said .*
Several of those recruits have
said they have been led to be-
lieve Meyer will be back on th6
sideline for the 2010 season. IJf
recruits are saying that, thgri
Whytsell said he believes it bpe
cause he doesn't think Meyer is
the type of man who would mis1
lead them about that.
Warren, too, believes Meyer
will be back, citing Meyers
work at recruiting and hiring
assistant coaches since the Sug
Bowl. Plus, Meyer has said if he
was to go with his gut feeling,
he believes he will be coaching
this upcoming season.
"I've got confidence in his gt
feelings when it comes to thl
Gators," Warren said. 3
Futch described Meyer as 4p
"up-front guy," so he believes
Meyer will coach next season'ff
he says he thinks he will.
Whytsell thinks Meyer won't
begin his leave of absence until
after the signing period is ova.
Then, he can see Meyer staying
away until two-a-days begin if
the summer. At least, that's what
Whytsell thinks Meyer should
do. If his leave is only a couple
of months and he returns qf
spring ball, then Meyer really
hasn't done himself any good,
Whytsell said.
Futch said Meyer needs i,
hobby as a stress reliever. Story
suggested Meyer should do
something such as going tot
beach, hitting the golf courser
relaxing and getting a' ma
sage-anything that has nothirA
to do with football. .Z
"He just needs a vacation,"
Story said. "That's the bottom,
line."
Warren probably sums lip
what much of Gator nation is-
thinking-though concerned
about his health, fans are happy
Meyer has chosen to take ,a
leave of absence rather that
resign.
"I'm glad that he apparfc:';i
has made the decision to returnr-
,Warren said. "He has definitely
been an asset to the program." -;.
Whytsell is happy, too, proq-
vided Meyer does take time off
to address his health issues.
"As Gator fans, we want hiami
long term," Whytsell said. e
"We would love to have him
stay," Futch said.


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= Thursday, January 14, 2010 * Regiolial News -,


Obituaries


Beatrice

Bridges
e KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
.'Beatrice C. Bridges, 88, of
Keystone. Heights, passed away
Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, at.Haven
Hospice E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
I Mrs. Bridges was bor on Feb.
25, 1921, in Elizabeth, N.J. to the
late Fabian and Sophia Lach
Czemiec. In 1975, Mrs. Bridges
'noved from Miami to Keystone
Heights where she was a
homemaker, a member of St.
Anne's Episcopal Church, and
-ctive with the Keystone Senior
services. "
,-' -Mrs. Bridges is survived by: a
daughter, Joanne Witzel of
Nevada; a son, Walter L Stodnick
pf Gainesville; and one
grandchild. She also leaves behind
loved 'friends: Mrs. Karen
Riesleman, Pam and Ron Bayliss,
Mrs. Peggy Alseth and Mrs.
Bettye Zowarka. She will be
missed most of all by her constant
cbmpanion, Precious, a 10-year
old Pomeranian that was her
greatest joy. Well done, good and
faithful servant.
A private burial was held at the
lorida National Cemetery in
Bushnell. A memorial service will
be held on Saturday, Jan. 23, at 11
g4m. in Trinity Episcopal Church
S Melrose. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
funeral Home of Keystone
heights.
,! PAID OBITUARY
-'3.
Martain

Chastain
f OLUSTEE-Martain A.
Chastain, 65, of Olustee, died Dec,,
20, 2009, at Hospice Haven of
Lake City, following an extended
l ness.
" Mr. Chastain was born in
Thomasville, Ga. to Martin and
Myrtice Chastain, on Nov. 14,
J144. Hewas of the Baptist faith.
1. He is survived by: his wife,
Marie Green Chastain; three
Waters of Starke; and one brother
df Melrose.
ei Arrangements are entrusted to
Gombs .Funeral Home of Lake
City.

Marguerite

Childress
;! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Marguerite Gilman Childress, 86,
'died Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2010, in
3acksonville.
Mrs. Childress was born on
Oct. 22, 1923, in Jacksonville. She
.yed in Keystone Heights after
retiring from Southern Bell in
Jacksonville and Miami, where
9he was a supervisor of
accounting. She was a rhember of
first Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights.
She is.preceded in death by: her
,lhsband, Lawrence W. Childress;
ahd her sister, Yvonne G. Jones.
,Se is survived by: sisters, Olga
. Westmoreland of Leesburg,
Patricia Lynn of Plantation, and
.k'olleen M. Ball of Pensacola; and
Several nieces and nephews.
bi Funeral services were held on
4 fn. 12, at First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
'&de to First Baptist Church of
,Keystone Heights, 550 E. Walker
Dr., Keystone Heights, FL'32656.
Arrangements are by Jones-
'tallagher Funeral Home of
Neystone Heights.
ol, .



/e, the family of Shirley
M. Ford, humbly and
sincerely thank each of
you for your expression of
love and thoughtful
Pgesttres you have shown
to us. Thanks for your
iisits, telephone calls,
loral tributes, cards, food
:and all other acts of
kindness. We thank you
for your prayers and we
are asking you to keep
praying for us. We thank
God for His goodness
and mercy. May God's
ricbest blessing be
bestowed on each and
Very one of you. ,
The family of
Shirley PM. Ford


Council Hadley
LAKE BU1TLER-Council
Hadley, 60, of Lake Butler, died
Sunday, Jan. 10, 2010, at Malcolm
Randall V.A. Hospital in
Gainesville following an extended
illness.
Mr. Hadley was born in
Thomasville, Ga. on Sept. 26,
1949. He was a retired truck
driver, nd a member of the
Church 9f God in Christ in Lake
Butler. He served in the U.S.
military during the Vietnam War,
and was a graduate of the
Consolidated School of Union
County.
He is survived by: his wife,
Lucille Hadley of Lake Butler; a
son, Henry Jones of .ake Butler; a
daughter, Denestia Hadley of Lake
Butler; a brother, Clark Hadley of
Jacksonville; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Hadley
will be Saturday, Jan. 16, in the
Body of Christ Church in Lake
Butler with - Elder James
conducting the services. Interment
will be held at Magnolia Cemetery
in Thomasville under the direction
of Haile Funeral Home of Starke.
Wake will be Friday, Jan. 15, with
family hour from 5-6 p.m at Haile
Memorial Chapel, -and at the
church for two hours before
leaving for the Thomasville burial.

Edward

Hankerson
STARKE-Edward Leon
Hankerson, 57, of Starke, died
Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, at
Governor's Creek Rehabilitation
Center following an extended
illness.
Mr. Hankerson was born in
Palatka on Sept. 19, 1952, and
later moved to Starke. He was a
retired dredge operator with E.I.
Dupont, and was a member of
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
Church.
He is survived by: daughters,
Barbara Geneva Hankerson of
Starke, and Denise Hankerson of
Belleview; the mother of his
children, Yvonne Hampton of
Lawtey; a stepson, Robert Boswell
of Middleburg; sisters, Sharon
Hankerson and Judy Sumpter,
both . of Starke, and Mary
Hankerson of Tallahassee; and
one granddaughter.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hankerson will be held Saturday,
Jan. 16, at 11 a.m. at the Church
of God by Faith of Starke with the
Rev. James McKnight and Pastor
James as eulogist. Interment will
be held at Bob Love Cemetery in
Starke under the duictjLj f Haile,.
Visitatio~ Nwit( whai ml qmn hour


prior to the service at the church,
and on Friday, Jan. 15, from 2-3
p.m. for the family and from 3-8
p.m. for friends, at Haile Funeral
Home of Starke, 802 N. Oak St.


Tanner Hughes


Tanner Hughes
ARKANSAS-Tanner Gail
Hughes, infant son of Richard and
Lisa Jesserman Hughes of Elkins,
Ark., died Friday, Jan. 1, 2010. He
was born Nov. 19, 2009, in
Fayetteville, Ark.
He is survived by: his parents; a
sister, Kathlynd Jean Hughes;
paternal grandparents, Shad and
Becky Hughes of Elkins; maternal
grandparents, Rhonda and David
Smith of Starke and Butch and
Donna Jesserman of Macclenny.
Funeral services were held Jan.
8 in Fayetteville. Beards Chapel is
in charge of the arrangements.


Paul King


Paul King
STARKE-Paul Leonard King,
62, of Starke, died Monday, Jan.
11, 2010. He was born in Lawtey
on July 20, 1947. He was
preceded in death by his father,
Lloyd Clarence King, Jr.
He is survived by: his mother,
Doris King of Lawtey; his
children, Paul L. King Jr. of
Middleburg and Pamela "Pammy"
(Tommy) Jones of Starke; three
brothers, Gene (Gwen) King of
Warrenton, N.C., Larry King of
,Satsuma, and Troy, ;(LJ id$) King,
-of Palatka; a sister,San(crq;K.jpg of,


.Cocoa Beach; and three
grandchildren.
Services will be held on
Thursday. Jan. 14, at II a.m. at
Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
The family will receive friends on
Wednesday, Jan. 13, from 7-9
p.m. at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.

Marian Moore
HAMPTON-Marian Moody
Bates Moore, 75, of Hampton,
died on Monday, Jan. 1,2010, at
her residence following an
extended illness.
Mrs. Moore was born on Fe .
12, 1934 in Scottsboro, Ala. to tff
late Leland and Lillian Bates, and
was a long time resident of.
Hampton. She was of the Baptist
faith. She graduated from Mt.
Berry College in Rome, Ga. with
an associate of arts degree in
1953, and worked as an in-home
caregiver prior to her illness.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Alvin D. Moore Sr.;
and sons, James Randall Moore
and Larry Wayne Moore. She is
survived by: her sons, Alvin D.
Moore Jr., 'Barry" Moore and
Monte Moore, all' of Hampton;
eight grandchildren and nine
great-grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Moore will be on Thursday, Jan.
14, at 10 a.mi. in the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel with Pastor John
Hodges officiating. Arrangements
are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starko.

Nancy Morgan
. STARKE-Nancy Samantha Am
Morgan, 31, of Starke, died
Thursday, Jan. 7, 2010, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
She was born in Jacksonville on
'May 22, 1978 to David Samuel
and Barbara White Am, and was a
long time area resident. She
attended Madison Street Baptist
Church, and worked as a food
service supervisor for Union
Correctional Institution.
She is survived by: her
children, Deneal Ashley
Blackburn and Logan Lee
Morgan, both of Starke, Georgette
Thomas of Lakeland, and Anthony
Michael Odle of Michigan; 'her
mother, Barbara Tripleft of Starke;
siblings, Kalisha Walker, Belinda
Marie Am, David (Stephanie)
Am, and Katie Ar, all of Starke,
and Emily (Chad) White of Lake
Butler; maternal grandparents,
George White of Amarillo, Texas
, flti anl Ed Green of Garden
C 1[y, K]' rs;.; ' ,i .hl i'A , .,.l.91-.,1ic*n ,.'.
oA rn , ja:ndl.i A Iftif)ifinAtUnfl cO
Am, all of Jacksonville.


Memorial services for Mrs.
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family to help with expenses, 408
N. Orange St., Starke, FL 32091.
Arrangements are by Jones-
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Bernice Tighe
C. Bernice Tighe, 82, formerly
of Keystone Heights, died Sunday,
Jan. 10, 2010, at her daughter's
home in Palm Coast, surrounded
by her family.
She was born in Highland Park,
Mich. on Dec. 22, 1927, to the late
Richard and Maude Hosking. She
was preceded in death by her
husband of 44 years, Joseph,,in
1998.
She is survived by: daughters,
Terry Jax-Brown of Newberry,
Tina Tighe of Carson, Calif., and
Tammy Toarmina of Palm Coast;
six grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
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dB Regid6nal News * Thursday, January 14, 2010


Giving Christmas presents
Students in Annie Williams' health class at.Bradford
Middle School have been working on a variety of pro-
jects this year in Williams' effort to instill overall life
skills. For Christmas, students created items such as
pillows, throws and photo frames for their parents.
Showing off th-ir items are (front, I-r): Isaac Smith, Aus-


and learning life skills
tin Willingham, Daniel Proctor, Gabriel Kilby, Kaylen
Chitty, Sierra Greenwall, Brittany Davis, (back, I-r) Chel-
sey Thomas, Taylor Cruce, Alexis Eiland, Brittany
Goode, Brittany Leggett, Karen Morris and Lascena
Huff. Annie Williams is pictured in the back row on the
far right.


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Thomas Alvarez led the
Northside Christian
Academy Eagles in
scoring in wins over
Victory'and Brunswick,
Ga.


played together well and worked
as a team for the win.
Northside played a dominat-
ing game against Brunswic on
Jan. 8, winning 49-21 in a gaeb
that was never in doubt. Alvarez
led all scorers with 19 points
and was a powerful rebounding
force under the rim. Sean Han-
son had 14 points, while Matt
Haase had seven points and nine
assists.
The Northside gills' team pht
up its best scoring effort of the
season in a tough 42-17 loss to
Brunswick. KaylaStatlrrl
the Eagles with 11 points, while
Nicole Gordon had four points
and Summerlyn Byrd two
points.
In the Jan. 5 home game
against Victory, the girls played
a hard-fought game, but came
up short in a 20-14 loss. Kenya
Clemons led the team with nine
points. She fouled out of the
game in the third quarter, which
hurt the'Eagles' scoring effort n
the fourth.
Ashlyn Pilcher and Sara Arm-
strong each had two points,
while Byrd had one point.


Northside boys

are 2-0 in the.

new year

BY ROBERT BACH
Special to the Telegraph
The boys' basketball team at
Starke's Northside Christian
Academy has gotten the new
year. off to a strong start, defeat-
ing Victory at home and then
traveling to Georgia to defeat
Brunswick Christian Academy.
Thomas Alvarez led all scor-
ers for Northside with 13 points
in a 40-36 victory over Victory
Christian Academy on Jan. 5.
Five others contributed to the
scoring column. The players


FHP sets
checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
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license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and
Union counties:
SBradford County-C.R.
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C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
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Bradford Middle School teacner Nicole Burton is shown Yates, Janie Perry, (back row, I-r) Burton, Jacob King,
With 12 of her students who will Have poetry published Cameron Lunn, Dequan Blount, Dakota Goodge, Joey
in the Creative Communication anthology "A Ceiebra- Murrhee and Caleb Polk. Not pictured: Hunter Cooper,
tion of Poets." Pictured are: (front, I-r) Taylor Crawford, Bailey Creighton, Evan Darley, Mileena McCarthy, Chris-
Taylor Barnes, Kelsey Yates, Ronda McCormick, Kristie tina Troup and Madyson Varnes.


BMS students to have poetry published


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kristie Yates made Bradford
Middle' School teacher Nicole
Burton cry, but it was not be-
cause of bad, abusive behavior
or anything like that. Yates
tugged at her teacher's heart-
Stringl because of her writing,
which Will now be partof Crea-
tive Communication's anthol-
. ogy, "A Celebration of Poets,"
which will also feature 17 other
IBMS students.
Burton, a teacher in the school
system's gifted program, had a
student last year express interest
in submitting poetry into a con-
test. That student had a poem
selected for publication.
"I thought this year maybe I
would have all the students
submit their work," she said.
Burt6n was overwhelmed that
18 of her students had their po-
etry selected for publication,
which is no small feat. Accord-
ing to Creative Communication
documentation in Burton's pos-
session, less than half of the
poems submitted as part of the
contest is selected for puBlica-


County are just extremely proud
of you," BMS Principal Ernest
Williams told the students on
Jan. 11 as they assembled in the
school's media center to have
their picture taken for publica-
tion in the Telegraph, Times and
Monitor.
BMS students wrote of vari-
ous topics. As Burton told them,
if they lacked inspiration, all
they had to do was "write what
you know." Poems covered such
topics as sports,, going to the
beach and babysitting.
'Two students wrote poems on:
the current war, including Yates '
whose poem was titled, "The
Widowed Wife."
S"You write poems that make
me cry," Burton told Yates after
she read the poem again on Jan.
11.
Yates said she did not set out
to write something to make peo-
ple cry. She simply wanted peo-
ple to remain ovare.'of what was
going on overseas, she said.


"I'm happy it touched peo-
ple," Yates said.
Burton said her students were
not receptive at first to writing
poems for submission to the
Creative Communication con-
test. However, she said she
watched students go from not
thinking they could write poetry
to wanting to submit something
for judging and asking her if she
thought they" stood a good
chance of having their works
selected.
"Once we got into it, they
.were reading poetic~ and talking,
*about the meaning of it," Burton-
'said.
Students who are selected for
publication in the Creative
Communication anthology are
eligible to receive "Top . 10
Poeni" awards. A "Top 10" stu-
dent will receive $50 and a free
copy of the anthology, Burton
said
Besides Yates, Bradford Mid-
die School students who will


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Crime& Punishment 't


KH man held
for credit card
fraud
. Melrose resident Michael
James 'Spillman, 21, was
arrested Jan. 5 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office Deputy J.D.
.Parales for credit card fraud.
According to the CCSO
,arrest report, Spillman was
working as a cashier at a
Keystone Heights fast food
,restaurant. On Jan. 4 at 12:08
p.m., he failed to return a
credit card to a customer.
,Spillman told the supervisor he
was ill and needed to leave and
clocked out at 12:13 p.m.
At 12:23 p.m., Spillman
allegedly used the card at the
CVS to purchase a carton of
N'ewport cigarettes for $51.78.
-At 12:35 p.m., he allegedly
purchased two Boost prepaid
cell phones and two prepay
cards from RadioShack for
$320.98.
At 12:44 p.m., he allegedly
purchased a carton of
Marlboro Smooth cigarettes
and a carton of Marlboro 72
Lights at the Kangaroo on S.R.
100 for $96.50, for a total of
$469.20 on the customer's
credit card.
All three purchases had been
recorded by security cameras,
and a RadioShack clerk
remembered the customer
when Deputy Parales visited.
The following day at 11:04
a.m., Parales visited
Spillman's place of
employment and placed him
under arrest.
.At the time of his arrest,
Spillman was also allegedly
carrying a pipe and 3.8 ounces
of marijuana. Charges of
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
poosession of drug
paraphernalia were added.
Spillman was transported to
the .Clay County Jail.

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:
"Damion Robert Collins, 34,
of Richmond, Va., was booked
into the Bradford County Jail
of Jan. 4 for driving while
license is suspended or
evokedd and failure to appear
.fi. court for an original felony
I:farge. He was being held on
tio.bond and remained in jail as
presss time.
'Joshua 'Christopher Demps,
S0, of Starke was arrested Jan.
V1 by Starke Police
department (SPD) officers for
irceny and resisting an officer
without violence. He remained
i jail as,of press time.
Lonnie James Douglas, 49,
itAuburndale was arrested
Jin. 6 fby Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)


deputies on warrants for two
counts of failure to appear in
court for original misdemeanor
charges. Total bond was set at
$4,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Sally E. Dugan, .26, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 10 by
SPD officers for failure to
maintain- the conservation of
animals in her care. She was
released on Jan. 10.
Sarajean Donise Fury, 20,.cf
Starke was arrested Jan. 5 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of more than 20 grams of
marijuana and sale of
marijuana. She was released
on Jan. 5.
William Michael Goode, 27,
was booked into the Bradford
County Jail on Jan. 11 on an
out-of-county warrant. He vas
released Jan. 11.
Roger Dale Green, 41, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 6
by BCSO deputies on two
counts of larceny and. two
counts of burglary of a
dwelling. Total bond was set at
$35,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Ryan Patrick Hannahan, 19,
of Middleburg was arrested
Jan. 6 by Florida Department
of Transportation motor
vehicle officers and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
for driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $509 and he was
released on bond Jan. 6.
Miranda Pathcine Harris, 21,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court. Bond was
set at $5,000 and she remained
in jail as of press time.
Daniel Jacob Hart, 24, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 10 by
SPD officers for disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released
Jan. 10.
William Randall Helton, 42,
of Waldo was arrested Jan. 10
by BCSO deputies for two
,.cptnts- of, ciimijpl j pischef
-'a ih property damage totaling
$1,000 or more. Bond was set
at $1,000 and he was released
on bond Jan. 11.
SWilliam Christopher
Kahakua, 33, of Starke was
arrested Jan. 7 by BCSO.
deputies for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Perry Louis Keaton, 41, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 8 by
SPD officers for larceny,
attaching a tag not assigned to


a vehicle, fleeing a police
officer and on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Glenda J. McGee, 28, of
Orlando was arrested Jan. 11
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. She remained in jail
as of press time.
Amos Bernard
Merriweather, 20, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 6 and booked
into .the Bradford County Jail
on an out-of-county warrant.
He remained in jail as of press
time.
Trevor Laveil Mitchell, 34,
of Starke. was arrested Jan. 5
by BCSO deputies for a
nonmoving traffic violation.
He was released from jail prior
to press time.
Steven Andrew Nugent, 26,
of Hampton was arrested Jan.
11 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant, He was
released on Jan. I i.
Daniel Dewayne Reese, 24,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 8
by SPD officers for
withhcldingsupport. Bond was
set at $4,272 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Johnny 'Rodriguez, 41, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 7 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released
on bond Jan. 7.
Christopher Todd Sharp, 25,
was booked into the Bradford
County Jail on Jan. 8 on an
out-of-county warrant. He was
later released.
April Stills, 38, of Hampton
was booked into the Bradford
County Jail Jan. 9 for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond Jan.
10.
Ralph Adolph Thomas, 50,
of Brooker was arrested Jan.'
11 ,by- Florida, lighy t P trol ,
trooper�s-' fobr ,CtATNin' 4'C'hile
license is suspended or
revoked Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Jan. 11.
Amanda Renee Thornton,
21, of Starke was arrested Jan.
8 by SPD officers for retail
theft and possession of a
controlled substance. 'Bond
was set at $20,000 and she was
released on bond Jan. 9.
Sandra Vega Carreras, 42, of
Miramar was arrested Jan. 4 by
Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers for a


nonmoving traffic violation.
Bond was set at $500 and she
was released on bond Jan. 4.
Gary Dennis Wells, 48, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 8 by
Clay County Sheriff's (CCSO)
office deputies on a Bradford
County warrant for violation of
probation. He was booked into
the Bradford County Jail on
Jan. 11. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Juantaria Shantel Williams,
34, of Starke was arrested Jan.
7 by SPD officers on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $7,500 and she remained
in the Bradford County Jail as
of press time.
Patie Sue Williams, 33, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 11 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond.
Jenhfier Doukas, 48, of
Keystone Heights'was arrested
Jan.* 8'by' CCSO deputies for
domestic battery.
SJoshua Beck, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 7 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation.
Brandy Dishman, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 6 by CCSO deputies on
two warrants for violation of
probation.
James. -Varnadoe, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 6 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation.
Rick Bumpus, 52, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 10 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.


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Steve Emanuel Jones, 38, of
Worthington Springs was
charged Jan. 11 by Union
County Sheriffs Office
(UCSO) Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson with failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge.
George Joseph Lajoie, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 4
by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on
warrants for failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemeanor offense and for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $5.000 on the failure
to appear charge. He was being
held on no bond for the
violation of probation charge.
Donald Charles Fortune, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 6 by UCSO Deputy
Mindy Goodwin on a warrant
for vioaltion of probation for
an original felony charge.
Siman Gerome Skinner, 54,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 7 by UCSO Deputy Carl
Hanlon on a warrant for
vioaltion of probation.
Althea Elizabeth Thomas,
25, of Gainesville was arrested
Jan. 9 by UCSO Deputy
Charles Townsend for DUI
and cruelty toward children.
Deputy Townsend reported
that he conducted a traffic stop
after observing a car driving
erratically. The driver, later
identified as Thomas, refused
at first to give a name and
refused to submit to sobriety
testing. Deputy Townsend
reported that there was a
toddler in the car at the time.
Thomas was booked into the
Bradford County Jail and bond
was set at $5.000. The toddler
was released to family
members.


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should call 904-966-6380.
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Isalas Sierra Aviles, 32 -
He is a registered sex of-
fender who was released by
the Florida Department of Cor-
rections on Oct. 31. He had 48
hours to register, but failed to
do so. He also failed to com-
plete his semi-annual registra-:
tion for December.
He is 5'7", with brown eyes,
black hair. His last known ad-
dress was 3410 S.E. 140th
Ave. in Starke. He has recently
been seen in the area between
Hampton and Forsyth Road
near Starke. He often rides a
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Marcus Ardley and Treyonte
Covington hit some clutch free
throws down the stretch to help
the Bradford boys' basketball
team hold off visiting Keystone
Heights for a 58-55 District 4-
3A win on Jan. 12 in Starke.
Keystone's Josh Ergle made
things interesting by hitting
three 3-pointers in the fourth
quarter. He opened the quarter
with two straight to put the Indi-
ans up 44-42, but the Tornadoes
scored the next seven points.
Yakeem Griner was sent to the
foul line, where he made one
free throw. Ardley rebounded
the miss and passed it back to
,Griner underneath the basket for
a score and a one-point Bradford
lead, A steal by Covington led to
his own layup, while Ardley
sank two free throws to put
Bradford up 49-44.
Another trey by Ergle with
2:05 remaining pulled the Indi-


ans within one, but Ardley and
Covington- each made two free












Yakeem Griner
(background)
prepares to
block a shot by
Keystone's
Curtis Quintin.
SThe.game fea-
I tured quite a
few blocks from
Griner and
Keystone's
Dalton Camp-
bell.


Bradford's
Yakeem Griner-"
(foreground)
and Keystone's"
Dalton Camp-
bell battle each
other in the
paint in Brad-
ford's 58-55 win':
on Jan. 12.


throws to keep the lead in Brad-
ford's favor.
Keystone still had a chance to'
tie the game at the end, but Er-
gle's shot, though it loo
good, fell just short.
The first two quarters see
to be a duel between Bradfor
Griner and Keystone's Dal
Campbell. They each sco
seven points in the open
quarter, followed by five poi
each in the second quarter as
teams went into the locker ro
knotted at 28-all.
Consecutive baskets
Campbell, along with ar
throw, gave the Indians an 11-
lead in the first quarter, b
Griner responded by scoring
three baskets and making a free
throw to help the Tornadoes.-
send the game into the second
quarter tied at 16-all.
Keystone opened the second
quarter with consecutive .;
pointers from Nathan Buchanar
and Campbell, but Bradfor,
answered with an 8-0 run t
began with a layup and ensui4.
free throw by Justin McBride.
Griner and Covington, ,_,'m-
Sbined to score nine points .to-;
help Bradford go up 28-26, but-a,
jump shot by Campbell tied tig
game at the half. _1
Campbell got the Indians off
to a quick start in the third quac,-
ter, assisting on a basket by;
See BHS page.12B '


Keystone's Josh Ergle (far right) attempts to save a ball from going out of bounds.
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Keystone girls hold off Bradford rally for 39-30 win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Their shooting from the free-
throw line cooled off in the
fourth quarter, but the Keystone
Heights Indians improved late in
the game to hold off visiting
Bradford 39-30 in' a District 4-
3A girls' basketball game on
Jan.7.
Keystone entered the fourth
quarter having shot better than
80 percent from the foul line.
(14-of-17), but missed seven of
their first nine attempts in the
fourth quarter. They wound up"
making nine of their final 14
attempts.
The Indians (7-9, 3-2 in Dis-
trict 4 prior to Jan. 12) led by 12
points entering the final period,
but their struggles at the line and
nine turnovers helped Bradford
make it a seven-point game at
one point.
A rebound score by Brad-
ford's Chelsea Jackson sparked
an 8-4 run. Lakia Bright drove


the baseline for a score, fol-
lowed by a score from
La'Quisha Williams following
her own steal. A spin move in
the lane by Quinessa Portis
pulled the Tornadoes within 30-
22.
Leanne Dye made two free
throws to put the Indians up by
10.
Portis brought the Keystone
lead back to single digits with a
score, but her free-throw attempt
following a foul on the play was
no good. Portis was later put on
the line again, where she missed
both attempts. Bright, though,
grabbed the rebound and imme-
diately sank a jumper to make it
a 33-26 game.
Bright had a chance to make it
a five-point game with three
minutes left, but she missed two
free-throw attempts.
Bradford missed its first seven
attempts from the foul line and
finished the quarter just 4-of-11.
'The Tornadoes were 4-of-16


made two free throws to tie the
score.
Another drive into the lane by
Smoak resulted in Keystone's
first lead. Smoak, who was
fouled on the play, made a free
throw to put the Indians up 13-
10. Two more free throws by
Wheeler made it a five-point
game.
Bright, who led Bradford with
10 points, finally gave the Tor-
nadoes their first points of the
quarter. That was the highlight
for the Tornadoes, who were 1-
of-12 from the field in the quar-
ter.


Keystone's Liz Wheeler (left) and Bradford's Chelsea
Jackson battle for possession of the ball.


overall.
A 6-of-10 effort at the foul
line during the final 2:52 helped
the Indians' cause.
Chelsea Harvin made five free
throws in the fourth quarter to
finish with eight points. Kar-
leigh Smoak and Liz Wheeler,
who combined to go 11-of-15
from the line, led Keystone with
11 and 10 points, respectively.
Wheeler scored all but one of
her points in the first half to help
the Indians shake off a hiorren-
dous shooting performance and
come back from an early six-
point deficit.
Bradford (2-3 in District 4
prior to Jan. 12) scored the first
four points of the game, with
Bright and Williams each scor-
ing a basket. Consecutive bas-


kets by Bright and Jackson put
the Tornadoes up 8-3.
Wheeler, who made a free
throw to make it a four-point
game, had a steal late in the first
quarter, but the Indians missed a
subsequent layup. Williams re-
bounded the miss for Bradford
and fired the ball downcourt to
Jasmine Pernell, who did make a
layup to make it a 10-4 game.
Keystone missed 14 of its 16
field-goal attempts.
A basket by Wheeler sent the
Indians into the second quarter
down by four. That was the start
of an 11-0 run. Smoak opened
the quarter by scoring on a drive
to the basket. That was the only
score in the first four minutes of
Sthe quarter, but Wheeler, after
Bright picked up her third foul,


Neither team shot well in the
third quarter as each went, I-for-
10. A basket by Jackson,
though, gave Bradford its only
points. whi!e the Indians added
seven free throws to a basket by
Harvin to go into the fourth
quarter up 26-14.
Keystone played district op-
ponent Union County this past
Tuesday and St. Francis ob Jan.
13. The Indians travel- to
Gainesville Saturday, Jan. 16, to
play Oak Hall at 3:30 p.m. be-
fore returning home Tuesday,

See KHHS page 10B


Keystone's
Karleigh Smoak
(left) puts up a
shot over Brad-
ford's Quinessa
Portis. Smoak
finished with a
team-high 11
points to help
lead the Indians
to the 39-30
District 4-3A
win. Keystone
improved to 3-2
in the district,
while Bradford
fell to 2-3.


Bright, defense key BHS win over Yulee


Bradford's Lakia Bright gets fouled
driving to the basket.


in the paint while


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Lakia Bright scored 11 of her
team-high 25 points in the fourth
quarter, while the defense cre-
ated Jl4 turmyg~y il the egoJ'd.
and third quarters as the Brad-
ford girls' basketball team de-
feated visiting Yulee 56-47 on
Jan. 11.

The Hornets made a run at
Bradford to start the fourth quar-
ter, scoring six straight points to
cut the Tornadoes' lead to 43-
37. Bright stopped the run, driv-
ing the baseline for the first of
two straight baskets. The second
was a layup created by her own
steal.
That was the start of a 9-2 run
for Bradford. Chelsea Jackson
hit a foul-line jumper, while
Bright added another basket on a


fall-away jump shot on,the base-
line.
Aside from Jackson's basket.,
Bright had all of Bradford's
points in the quarter.
Jackson ,finished with 10
points, while Taquandra 'Diggs
had nine.

It was a slow start for the
Tornadoes (5-10 prior to Jan.
12), who trailed 11-4 at one
point in the first quarter. Brad-
ford consecutive ' baskets by
Jackson, Jasmine Pernell and
Bright to.close the margin to
one, but Yulee made two
straight baskets to take a 15-10
lead into the second quarter.
That's when the Tornadoes'-
defense stepped to the forefront.
Bradford opened the second
quarter with a 16-0 run. All but
one of the eight baskets during
that stretch came off of steals. It
began with Bright's steal. and


layup, followed by two straight
steals by Latasha Smith-both
of which led to layups by
Loretta Jackson. Chelsea Jack-
son scored following her own
steal, ' hiie L.oretta .luacksoi ..:
stial rTe to ' score r) yV it. "
Chelsea Jackson had a re-
bound score before Diggs scored
two straight baskets off of her
own steals.
The Tornadoes led by 10 at
the half and went up by 12 in the
third quarter before Yulee pulled
to within six. Bradford re-
sponded with an 11-5 run to
close the quarter in which de-
fense again played a key. Bright
had three baskets following her
own steals, while a steal by
Diggs led to a layup by Smith.
Diggs also had a layup after the
ball was pushed upcourt in a
hurry following a defensive re-
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bounds, while Jackson and
Quinessa Portis had 10 and:
eight, respectively. Jackson and:
Portis did the bulk of their work
on the defensive end. Jackson-
Siebhoiunded missed shots on.
7 tiTc' eS'f"i three possessions.
of the game and finished with,
eight defensive boards, while
Portis grabbed five'of her seven
defensive rebounds in the fourth '
quarter.
Portis also had a couple of:
blocked shots.
Bradford played district op-
ponent Crescent City this past
STuesday and will host Newberry"
Friday, Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
YHS: 15 .3 13 16-47
BHS: 10 18 15 13-56

Bradford scoring (56): Bright
25, Diggs 9, C. Jackson 10, L.
Jackson 4, Marissa Molina 2,
Pernell 2, Portis 2, Smith 2. Free
throws: 2-14.

Earlier results:

BHS 66 Baldwin 50
Chelsea Jackson and
La'Quisha Williams helped
stake Bradford to a 12-point first
half lead in the Tornadoes' 66-
50 road win over Baldwin on
Jan.4.
Williams scored eight of her
team-high 16 points in the first
quarter, while Jackson scored
eight points in the second quar-
ter.
Jackson: finished with 14
points, as did Bright. Portis
added eight.points.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 22 14 11 19-66
Baldwin: 16 8 14 12-50

Bradford scoring (66): Bright:
14, C. Jackson 14, Ashley John-
son 4, Molina 2, Pernell 2, Portis
8, Smith 1, Williams 16. 3-
pointers: Williams 2.

West Nassau 55 BHS 31
West Nassau outscored the
Tornadoes 26-9 in the first half
en roite to handing Bradford a
55-31 loss on Jan. 8 in Callahan.
Bright led Bradford with 14
points, while Loretta Jackson
had eight.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 2 7
WNHS: 12 14


10 12-31
17 12-55


Bradford scoring (31): Bright
14, L. Jackson 8, Molina 2, Por
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Boyette takes

-second for BHS

.in Clay tourney

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
SBradford wrestler Shawn
'Boyette fell one win short of
Winning a championship, while
'-teammate Devin Paulk placed.
fifth at a tournament at Clay
mHigh School in Green Cove
Springs.
Coach Joe Van Vactor said
the tournament was a tough test
with teams 'such as Lincoln,
iRaines, Wakulla and the host
Blue Devils, so he was proud of
-,'the fact Bradford had two wres-
:. tiers place in the top five and
Another just miss out on qualify-
ing for a medal.
Boyette, a senior who has
Missed out on advancing to the
state finals by one win in each of
the last two years, was seeded
seventh in the 27-team tourna-
ment. Van Vactor said Boyette
showed his "grit" in finishing as
runner-up in the 171-pound
class. Boyette will eventually
drdp to the 160-pound class;
Where Van Vactor said he ex-
pects.:the senior to content for a
State medal.
Paulk, who wrestles in the
135-pound class, wasn't seeded,
but wrestled "very well," Van
Vactor said.
"Devin has worked hard this
Year and it shows," Van Vaetor
said of the sophomore.
Drew Reddish, a junior,
"made the wrong rmve a't the
wrong time and got on his back"
in missing out on the tourna-
ment's medal round, Van Vactor
said, but added Reddish per-
formed well overall.
"He wrestled good the whole
tournament," Van Vactor said.
"Drew has really stepped up this
year."
Bradford, which had only
eight compete due to illness and
disciplinary issues, finished 18th
'in the team standings with 61
points. Other wrestlers who
competed for the Tornadoes
:were Davin Crews, Cody
Hankerson, Wyatt Manning,
Austin Morgan and Gabe
Morgan.
S"I am very proud of these
young men and the hard work
ahey trave- put in," Van Vactor
z said.
r-
SBradford will host its senior
night match Tuesday, Jan. 19, at


6 p.m. against Bishop Snyder
and Eastside. Bradford's youth
wrestling program, which is
composed of elementary and
middle school students, will
compete prior to the high school
match at 4:30 p.m.



Win moves

Indians into

second in

district in soccer

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Spqrts Editor


Austin Groves recorded an as-
sist and scored the game-.
winning goal as the Keystone
Heights boys' soccer team
picked up an Important win,
defeating Bishop Snyder 2-1 on
Jan. 5 in Jacksonville in the In-
dians' first action since the
Christmas break.
The win moved the Indians
into second in the District 4-3A
standings with a 5-2-1 record.
(Keystone's overall record was
8-7-2 heading into this past
Tuesday's match against
Ridgeview.) Bishop Snyder is 4-
2-1 in the district, with a game
remaining against Crescent City,
which has already clinched the
top seed in the upcoming district
tournament with a 7-0 record.
Keystone and Bishop Snyder
played a scoreless match until
Ryan Latner raced past three
defenders, taking advantage of a
pass from Groves. He beat the
Bishop Snyder keeper for a 1-0
lead.
Bishop Snyder tied the score
off of a defensive miscue as
Keystone keeper Tim Frysinger
attempted to clear the ball from
the box. The ball hit a Bishop
Snyder player and rolled back
into the net.
Offensively, the Indians kept
pressuring their opponents. It
paid off with a goal from
Groves.
The Indians faced an uphill
battle .in their next outing, but
overcame injuries to four start-
ers to defeat Class 5A Middle-
burg 3-2 on Jan. 6 in Middle-
burg.
Keystone toik a 2-0 lead in
the first half, getting goals from
Latner and Trey Bland, but lost
Frysinger, right winger Winston
Kicklighter and defenders Darby
Johns and Logan Middleton to
injuries. Eighth-giader Eric
Wood stepped in for Frysinger,


Three players, scored in dou-
ble figures as the Union County
girls' basketball team had'little
trouble remaining perfect in
District 4-3A, defeating visiting
Interlachen 51-27 on Jan. 8.
"We were without one of our
starters (Anbreyal Stewart) on
Friday, but we played well,"
Union head coach Curtis
Mesnard said. "We played like a
team."
Dorean Sirmones led the Ti-
gers (9-6 prior to Jan. 12) with
17 points, while Quaneshia Ed-
wards and Shakeyla Griffin had
13 and 10 points, respectively.
Union, which improved to.5-0
in the district, played 'district,
opponent Keystone Heights this
past Tuesday. The Tigers travel
to play district opponent Cres-
cent City Friday, Jan. 15, at 7
p.m., before returning, home
Saturday, Jan. 16, to play Man-
darin at 6 p.m.
On Monday, Jan. 18, the Ti-
gers travel to Alachua to play
Santa Fe at 7 p.m.

Earlier result:


U. Christian 57 UCHS 32
Visiting University Christian
outscored the Tigers by 11
points in the first and thiid quar-
ters en route to handing Union a
57-32 loss on Jan. 5.
The Tigers, who trailed 21-10
after the first quarter, got 10
points from Griffin, while Stew-
art had nine.


Score by Quarter
Unlv.Ch.: 21 7 17 12-57
UCHS: 10 7 6 9-32

Union scoring (32): Edwards 2,
Griffin 10, Lareesa Jackson 2,
Teyona Jenkins 2, Lashae
Mitchell 7, Stewart 9.
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KHHS
Continued from Page 9B

Jan. 19, to play district opponent
Interlachen at 6 p.m.


while the Indians relied upon
Juan Grimaldo, another eighth-
grader, freshmen Matt Crane
and Logan Stanley, and sopho-
more Matt Machaud to fill in for
the others.
Middleburg came out in the
second half and tied the score at
2-all. Keystone missed three
easy scoring opportunities, but
Bland, taking a pass from Gri-
maldo, slipped behind the Mid-
dleburg defenders and fired' a
shot past a diving goalie to give
Keystone the lead in the final
minutes.
The Indians, who played
Palatka Jan. 13, will host Yulee
Friday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m.



UC girls blow

out Rams for 5-

0 district mark

.BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


2 16-30
9 13-39


Scoring
Bradford (30): Bright 10, Jack-
son 6, Pernell 2, Portis 8, Lata-
sha Smith 4, Williams 2. Free
throws: 4-16.

Keystone (39): Mackenzie
Dicks 1, Dye 4, Harvin 8, Smoak
11, Wheeler 10, Megan Zinkel 5.
Free throws: 25-40.

Earlier KHHS results:


Calvary 42 KHHS 30
Harvin and Smoak each
scored in double figures, but
Keystone lost 42-30 to Calvary
Christian in the first round of a


Christmas tournament in
Allamonte Springs on Dec. 21. 2
Smoak led the leapi with' 12i;
points, while'Har\ in hqd 1. i
The Indians shi juii 7-of-20
from the foul line.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 6 7
Calvary:! 5 14


10 7-30
9 14-42


Keystone. sporting (39),(: Dye 4,
Harvin 11, Smoak 12, Wheieler
2, Zinkel 1. 3-pointers: Harvin.
Free throws: 7-20.


Springs tournament.
Smoak scored.il3 points fo
the Indiafs, lo' ledi; 1 l-3 afte[I
the:firstquarter. i


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 11 14
GHS: 2 4


11-41
12-18


Keystone scoring (41): Kimber
Baggett 4, Dye 6, Hannah Hamil-
ton 1, Harvin 4, Crystal Murioz 2.
Smoak 13,' Wheeler 6, Zirikel 5.
3-pointers: Harvin. Free'
throws: 2-8.


Providence 43 KHHS 37 KHHS 46 St. Francis 27
Providence made 14,of-17 The Indians won their first
Providence made 14,of-7 getin14 points
free throws in the fourth quartergame of 2010, getting 14 points
in handing Keystone a 43-37 each from Harvdin and Smtiak in
loss in the second rol4nd of the a 46-27 road i ver S.ran-
Altamonte Springs tournament. cis on Jan. 6.
Altamonta Sdpringdtoameni. 1 Wheeler added eight, points
Smoak led the Indians with 14 which outscored
points, while Harvin had nine. for Keystone, which tcred
pn 1 St.. Francis 24-12. i Ithe: first
Score by Quarter lalf.
KHHS: 10 8 13 ,6-37 _ '
Prov.: 11: 9 15-43 Score by Quarter, : ;
KHHS: 11 13 12i10-46
Keystone scoring (37): pibks 2, St.Fran.: 6 611 4-27'
Dye 6, Harvin 9, Smoak 14,
Wheeler 2, Zinkel 4. 3-ponlters: Keystone scoring (46): Cortney
Harvin. Free throws: 2-8. ;: Casas 1, Dye 4, Harvin 14,
S: : Smoak 14, Wheeler 8, Zinkel 4,
KHHS 41 Grooms 18 3-podinters: Harvin,. Free
Keystone, already up b) 19' throws: 9-21.
points, held Grooms scoreless in: i.
the third quart&ren route to. a,.
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with manufactures war-
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for $200. Call 352-372-
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COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
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suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly
Retail, $1,500, Sacrifice.
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
GIRLS BEDROOM FUR-
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now forming for January.
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fabrication shop. Must
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management. Must have
a clean background, DL,
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Raiders get the best of Bradford in third matchup


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Playing a third game in four
nights seemed to take its toll on
the Bradford boys' basketball
team, which was outscored 30-
14 in the fourth quarter of an 85-
56 District 4-3A loss to Crescent
City on Jan. 11 in Crescent City.
Bradford head coach Traavis
Chandler did not want to take
anything away from the Raiders,
whom he said were well pre-
pared and motivated after losing
to Bradford in the championship
of the First Coast Classic on
SDec. 31, but said he felt his
players were showing signs of
fatigue, such as shooting 4-of-16
from 3-point range and commit-
ting turnovers.
Darius Corbitt led the Torna-
does with 13 points, while Mar-
cus Ardley added nine points.
It marked the third time Brad-
ford and Crescent City have
faced off this season, with the
Raiders winning twice. Brad-
ford's win over the Raiders in
the First Coast Classic does not
figure into the district standings.
Crescent City improved to 4-1
in the district with the win.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 12 11 19 14-56
CCHS: 14 20 2-1- 30-85


Bradford scoring (56): Ardley
9, Corbitt 13, C.J. Covington 7,
Treyonte Covington 6, Terrance
Davis 7, Yakeem Griner 6, Justin
McBride 8. 3-pointers: Ardley,
Corbitt. Free throws: 4-20.

Earlier results:

Gainesville 70 BHS 61
Chandler was pleased with his
team's performance against de-
fending Class 5A champion
Gainesville, thought the result
was a 70-61 loss on Jan. 5 in
Gainesville.
It was the hardest his team has
played all season, Chandler said,
who added runs by Gainesville
in the second quarter and at the
start of the fourth were the dif-
ference.
"If they don't have those two
-runs, I think we win the game,"
Chandler said.
Treyonte Covington made six
3-pointers to lead Bradford with
26 points. Yakeem Griner added
10 points, while Tramaine Har-
ris had nine.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 10 14 15 22-61
GHS: 11 23 18 18-70


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5, Corbitt 4, C.J. Covington 7, T.
Covington 26, Griner 10, Harris
9. 3-pointers: Ardley, Harris 2,
T. Covington 6. Free throws:
10-19.

Santa Fe 57 BHS 54
Bradford came close to send-
ing the game into overtime, but
Covington's missed 3-pointer at
the buzzer gave visiting Santa
Fe a 57-54 win on Jan. 8.
Griner and Justin McBride
turned in solid second-half per-
formances, with McBride scor-
ing eight points in-the third
quarter and Griner scoring seven
in the fourth. Chandler said his
team just couldn't get the stops
it needed.
Covington led Bradford with
17 points, while McBride and
Griner finished with 10 and
nine, respectively.


Score by Quarter
SFHS: 11 15 21
BHS: 16 9 .19


10-57
10-54


Bradford scoring (54): Ardley
6, Corbitt 4, C.J. Covington 4, T.
Covington 17, Griner 9, McBride
10, Donelle Williams 4. 3-
pointers: Williamt,'T. Covington
4. Free throws: 7-15.


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Covington came up big in the
fourth quarter, scoring 13 of
Bradford's 17 points and hitting
a game-tying 3-pointer with less
than a minute remaining as the
Tornadoes eventually defeated
Baker County 52-50 on Jan. 9 in
Glen St. Mary.
"It was actually what a classic


rivalry is all about," Chandler
said.
Covington led the Tornadoes
with 17 points, while Griner had


Score by Quarter
BHS: 7 15 13
Baker: 13 10 12


Bradford scoring (52): Ardle
2, Corbitt 2, C.J. Covington 5,"
Covington 17, Davis 6, Grin
12, McBride 8. 3-pointen
Davis, Griner, T. Covington
Free throws: 5-13.


17-52
15-50


BHS
Continued from Page 8B


Chase Julius, making a free
throw and draining a 3-pointer.
Two steals by Covington
helped Bradford cut into the
Keystone lead, while Campbell
and Bradford's Tramaine Harris
exchanged 3-pointers. Camp-
bell's trey put Keystone up 38-
34, but Bradford closed out the
quarter with eight straight
points. Griner and Darius Cor-
bitt each had a basket, while
Donelle Williams made a 3-
pointer to make it a 41-38 game
in favor of Bradford.
Williams later added a free
throw to send the Tornadoes into
the final quarter up by four.
Keystone's Campbell led all
scorers with 25 points, while
Ergle added nine;
Griner led Bradford with 19
points, while Covington added
15.
Bradford travels to Jackson-
ville Thursday, Jan. 14, to play
Bishop Snyder at 7:30 pm. The
Tornadoes return home Satur-
day, Jan. 16, to play St. Francis
at 7:30 p.m.
The Indians host district op-
ponent Union County Friday,
Jan. 15, at 7:30 p.m. They then
host district opponent Inter-
lachen on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at
7:30 p.m.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 16 12 10 17-55
BHS: 16 12 14 16-58


Scoring
Keystone
Campbell


Bradford's Treyonte Covington (foreground) dribbles
his way into the lane past Keystone's Dalton Camp-
bell (left) and Josh Ergle.


(55): Buchanan 5,
25, Ergle 9, Storm


Hamilton 4, Julius 4, Curtis
Quintin 1, Reggie Thomas 7. 3-
pointers: Buchanan, Campbell
3, Ergle 3. Free throws: 16-25.
Bradford (58): Ardley 4, Corbitt
5, Covington 15, Terrance Davis
2, Griner 19, Harris 6, McBride 3,
Williams 4. 3-pointers: Harris,
Williams. Free throws: 20-35.


ABOVE: Keystone's
Reggie Thomas (right)
takes on Bradford big
man Justin McBride
early in the first quarter.
LEFT: Keystone's
Dalton Campbell (left) is
guarded on the perime-
ter by Bradford's Mar-
cus Ardley.


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Scholarship applications will
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scholarships to high school sen-
iors.
All high school seniors in
Clay County are encouraged to
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In addition, ,the Clay County
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tinuing education in the field of
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