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Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Publisher:
John M. Miller
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2010
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Weekly
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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The Sweetest Strawberries T'is Side Of q-eaven


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

.. hen the delayed results for the 2010
Florida Comprehensive Assessment
Test were finally released last week,
the> contained mostly good news for
Bradford County schools.
Standing out this year are the dis-
trictwide scores for'grades five and 10,
which improved in every subject tested,
and eveh though the fourth-grade writ-
ing score for the district fell slightly,
it still remained one of the only areas
were Bradford schools are exceeding
State averages.
District scores in reading improved
S- in every grade but four and six where
falling averages at-Starke Elementary,
'Southside Elementary and Bradford
S.'Middle School held the district score
Down. Scores also fell in fifth grade at
Lawtey, but reading scores at every oth-
�r school at every grade level showed
improvement, boosting the district av-
erages.
' 'The ,district averages aren't as good
f6r" miathemaitics. Drops in the sixth-
grade performance at the middle school.
brought down the district averages in
'both reading and math, while perfor-
. mance also declined in the seventh and'
ninth grades. But math performance
was up in the I10 grade as %well as in the
fourth and fifth grades, which saw eight
and seven point increases, respectively.
- Writing scores! dropped in grade
four, remained the same in grade eight
and improved in grade 10. District sci-
.enee scores improved across the board,
i oiever, including the 15-point jump
iniTifth grade and the 13-point jump in
eighth grade...
'. When it comes to the percentage of
students performing at or above grade
level, the district average in writing beat
the state average in the fourth grade and
_tied the state average in the 10"' grade.
In fact, the percentage of students per-
* forming at or above grade level in writ-
ing and 'science improved across the
board.'ln reading there was improve-


BYyDANHILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Wfriter
-Schools Superintendent Beth Moore
said last week that administrators have
secured a technology grant exceeding
$1 million.
The.money will be used to purchase
laptops, smart boards, graphing calcu-
lators, digital microscopes, iPods and
otier equipment for classroom use in
fourth- through 12h-grade science and
math courses.
The grant also provides funding for
professional development and training
f6orinstructors. .
Funding for the award came from the
Enhaincjng Education Through Tech-


Farmers

recognized for

environmental

stewardship
Twentl-five local farmers were rec-
ognized for their efforts to protect the
erh'ironment at the 1i0" Annual County
Alliance for Responsible Environmen-
tal Stewardship, or CARES, dinner on
June 29.
-,The Florida Farm Bureau and the Su-
wvannee Riser Partnership created the
.CARES program to highlight efforts
by farm owners to improve natural re-
sotirce management in the Suwannee
and Santa Fe river basins.
CARES farmers are committed to
improving the environment by imple-
menting best management practices,
which help increase irrigation efficien-
c) and protect water quality.
'.'These farmers are protecting and
conserving water on their farm op-

See FARM page 2A


ment in grades four, seven, nine and 10,
and in mathematics, a higher percent-
age of students scored at or above grade
level in grades four, seven and eight.
Overall, the scores don't show any-
thing similar to some of .the sharp de-
clines displayed in the.third-grade re-
sults released at the end of May. Scores
released last Tuesday were for the read-
ing and math sections given to grades
four through 10, the science section
given in grades five, eight and 11, and
the writing section given in grades four,
eight and 10.
The writing exam was the only sub-
stantially altered component of the
FCAT this year. Students had to re-,
spond to just one writing prompt, which
is probably why a significantly higher
percentage of students performed well
on the test.
Given the complications. on the part
of the state's testing contractor, NCS
Pearson, with getting the test results out
this year, the, state reminded- schools
and parents that the delays occurred
because of the additional time needed
to match student results to their demo-
graphic. information, not because of any
problems with the caringg process. It-
was a technological issue completely
separate from the scoring of the tests
themselves, and three different analyses
confirm the accuracy of the results.
Individual student score reports are
expected to be mailed to districts for re-
ceipt by July 8. The district will then be
mailing the reports home to parents.

A closer/,ook:


nology program for Title II schools
-(widely known as E2T2). Administra-
tors who wrote the successful grant
application included Assistant Superin-
tendent Lisa Prevatt, MIS Director Ste-
ven Miller, and teachers Kathy Hobbs.
and Gayle Weaver.

Board approves list
of administrators
without assignments
The Bradford School Board approved
a slate of administrators for the 2010-
2011 school year last Monday without
specifying which schools or depart-
ments those administrators would be
assigned to.


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After what could only be described as 3A4 3M
a slump last year, Hampton Elementary M 2 20, 1"
School returned as one of the district's ' 3 "
top performers this year. posting some ---.-- -. --.---. .- . - -..... -. .
of the district's highest scores. The highlighted scores are those that Improved from 2009 to 2010. Reading
Haiiipton students improved scores'- scores Improved throughout the district, while math score improvement
in both reading and math. The point occurred primarily at the elementary school level. Note that when the middle
and high school averages differ from the district score, a handful of results
from the Renaissance Center have Impacted the district average.
See FCAT page 2A


According to school officials, the
list had to be approved before June 30,
when the administrators' current con-
tracts expired.
Board Chairman David Smith, asked
the superintendent to bring the list back
to the board after she assigned the ad-
ministrators to their jobs.
"The board has been provided a
list of names only, no positions," said
Smith. "The charge of the board is to
be sure the positions are filled 'with
qualified people. Ms. Moore, I would
ask that if we approve this tonight, that
once you make the assignments, that
you bring those back before the board
for approval so ... if we feel someone
is not qualified for a position, we have


the opportunity to show just cause [for
rejecting the appointment]."
Smith said the board approved a
similar slate of unassigned school ad-
ministrators during the tenure of Super-
intendent Harry Hatcher.
The 21 administrators on Moore's
list are Carol Clyatt, Cindy DeValerio,
Barbara Johns, Bill McRae, Lynn Mel-
vin, Steven Miller, Debbie Parmenter,
Lisa Prevatt, Christy Reddish, Dotty
Rondelli, Richard Sapp, Louette,Smith,
Randy Starling, Rick Stephens, David
Tew, Doug Thoburn, Julie Tinsler, San-
dy Tomlinson, Randy Whytsell, Earnest
Williams and Ulysses Woods.

See SCHOOL page 3A


New River Ranch of Bradforyd County was recognized at the 10th Annual CARES dinner on June 29.
Pictured from left, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Charles Bronson, Marie and Eddie Oden, and Pat
Cockrell of Florida Farm Bureau.


Bradford FCAT scores mostly positive
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BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

Just before 9
p.m. on Friday,
July 2, Union
County Sheriff's
Office Deputy
Billy To send
was traveling on
SW 81s Avenue
(Ft. Call Ceme-
tery Road) in re-
sponse to a rou-
tine well-being
check. A pickup Noris
truck passed the r
deputy at a high
rate of speed,
forcing his pa-
trol car off the
road. Because of
the reckless driv-
er, Townsend
called dispatch,
turned his pa-
trol car around
in a driveway on.
the narrow road,
and attempted to
catch the pickup Cusaw
that had now
traveled some distance ahead of him.
With his patrol lights bn, the deputy
headed southbound on C.R. 241, where
he passed another truck that had also
been forced off the road by the pickup,
still traveling at a high rate of speed.
According to the report of the inci-
dent, Townsend lost sight of the pick-
up, then viewed its taillights in the
distance as the deputy approached, the
intersection of C.R. 241 and C.R. 18.
Townsend saw a crash had occurred
and immediately called for rescue. The
driver of the pickup, later identified as
Julius Crusaw, 25, of Lake Butler, was
fleeing on foot.

See HIT page 8A

Drunk man

arrested with

child in vehicle

A Starke man
was arrested last
week for alleg-
edly endanger-
ing the public
as well as his
own grandchild
while driving
under the influ-
ence.
Marshall
R. Phillips of
Starke was ar- Phillips
rested June 29
and . charged
with DUI and cruelty toward a child.
The 42-year-old was allegedly also
driving*with a suspended license and
was charged with that crime as well.
Phillips was pulled over the evening
of June 29 after an off-duty officer re-
ported seeing his vehicle being driven
erratically on S.R. 16.
In addition to an open alcoholic bev-
erage container, the officer. found Phil-
* lips' 1-year-old grandson in the vehicle.
The boy had not been placed i'n a child
restraint seat.
According to authorities, two sepa-
rate breath tests measured Phillips'
blood-alcohol level at .22, which is
more than twice the legal limit.
Phillips was arrested and transported
to the Bradford County Jail. The child
was picked up by a family member, but
the Department of Children and Fami-
lies was riotified of the incident.
Phillips is now free on a $7,000
bond.


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Bradford County TelegraDh * Thursday, lulv 8, 2010


Reainrs tg SMSS SatSciec 6e


4th Grade-
Starke Elementary
Southside Elementary
-tawtey Community .'
Brooker Elementary
Hampton Elefientary
District
State- ::;


8th'Grade
-0radford Middle
--District
State

10th Grade
Bradford High
District
State


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295
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314


4th Grade
Starke Elementary
Southside Elementary
Lawtey Community
Brooker Elementary
.Hampton Elementary
District
State


5th Grade
Starke Elementary
Southside Elementary
Lawtey Community
Brooker Elementary
Hampton Elementary
District
State

8th Grade
Bradford Middle
District
* State

11th Grade
Bradford High
District
State


303 306


-District
State


lFCAT
-='Continued from page IA

;sireads improved eight points'in
fourth-grade reading, 15 points
in fourth-grade math, 23 points
-"in fifth-grade reading and 17
:'points in fifth-grade math.
*-'; That fifth-grade math score -at
'-340 out of 500 possible points -
was the highest score posted in
the district. Hampton Elementary
--also' posted the district's second
-:highest score with a 338-point
average on the fifth-grade sci-
n'eirce test. That ,was a 48-point
-imprqvement over last year's
score.:-,
. Fourth-graders also showed a
' modest improvement in the av-
::erage writing score, but 100 per-
-;;cent of them scored at or above
-grade level in writing. Sixty-
i;.nine-percent of fifth-graders per-
formed at or above grade level
. ihnsciehce, up 44 points from the
-year before.
-,: The percentage of students
,'performing at or .above grade
*e6el was up 21 points in fifth-
-igrade math, 10 points in fifth-
-.grade readfiig, and three points
:in fourth-grade math. Only in
fourth-grade reading.did the per-
centage drop back a little bit.

Brooker Elementary
Another of the district's small-
er schools, Brooker Elementary,
posted some high scores and
impressive point differentials
as well. Fourth-grade reading
scores were up 331 points to 334,
while the fourth grade's math
scores weren't far behind that,
-showing a 15-point improve-
-'.zriient over last year. Fifth-graders
brought the reading score up 19
points over last year, while their
Smath average math score was up
12 points.
Brooker fourth- and fifth-grad-
ers also brought up the school
- scores in writing and science as
. W. ell.
-" Like Hampton, 100. percent
Sf the fourth-graders tested per-
formed at or above grade level
in writing. A higher percentage


FARM
Continued from page 1A

erations," said SRP Coordina-
tor Darrell Smith. "They have
proven to be good stewards of
.the environment and we applaud
Their efforts."
At the. e ent, held at the UF/
IFAS Research and Education
s Center in Suwannee County,
-- sA RES farmers were recognized
Sahd congratulated by Florida Ag-.
ritulture Commissioner Charles
Bronson arand Pat Cockrell of
^ Florida Farm Bureau.
,l The event drew hundreds of
g folks, including farmers, local
X officials and others from both
i.. the Suwannee and Santa Fe river
S? basins.
.. Following are those recog-
:fl nized 'at the CARES dinner and
� the counties in which their opera-
z- tions are located: Straughn Farms
T LLC, Alachua; Ramsey Stock
,, Farm, Alachua; Butler Farms,
. Alachua; Patterson Farms, Co-
S lumbia; Dewy Gay Farm,Colum-
bia; C. Bar Ranch, Coluibia; El-
, lis Goat Farm, Gilchrist; Edwin
Douglas Farm, Gilchrist; Deas
Brothers Farms, Hamilton; Koon
. Farm Inc., Lafayette; Witt Farm,
-: kafayette; Central Florida Lands
S& Timber, Lafayette; Southpoint'
SDairy, Levy; Sunset Hill Farm,
;j4 Madison; Glee Heritage Acres,
. .Madison; Kinse Farm, Madison;
^-S&J Farm, Madison; Diamond in
:.e Rough Ranch, Madison; Carl
A',3lnn Corporation, Madison; lott
,"4'-ay Day Ranch, Madison; Full
S.Circle Dairy, Madison; Suwan-
nl ee Valley Grassing, Madison;
SRandell Family Hay Farm, Su-
wannee; North Florida Research
-Z ,.and Education- Center, Suiwan-
i .,ee; and New River Ranch,
Bradford.
For more .information' about


also performed well on the read-
ing and math exams in fourth and
fifth grades. A smaller percent-
age of fifth-graders were scoring
at or above grade level in sci-
ence, however.


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and math
grade at
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other han
school's


Lawtey Community with an i
Lawtey Community School's in mathei
standout performance .was the A higN
21-point improvement in math graders s
charted by its fourth-graders. level in b
They also improved the average while th(
reading score, although the aver- graders s
age writing score fell from 4.2 math was
points to 3.6. actually
Fifth-graders at Lawtey im- reading e
proved seven 'points in science One hu
and a couple of points in math. graders v
Their average reading score was grade lev
down around eight points. The side, alth
sixth-graders held steady in math ing score
and improved in reading. year. Fift
A higher percentage of fourth- erage scie
graders were performing at or however,
above grade level. in reading, were sco
writing in math. With the excep-- level com
'tion of science, the percentage of last year.
fifth-graders performing at grade
level fell.The percentage also fell Bradfo
in sixth grade for math, although Schoo
the percentage was slightly high- Schoo
er for reading. Sixth-
S,-cho l ,ol ha


Starke Elementary
Starke Elementary fourth-
graders improved in math, in-
creasing 18 points, but not in
reading where they dropped by
12. The oppnite was true for the
fifth grade, which was up four
points in reading but down nine
in math.
.This mirrored the percent-
age of students performing at or
above grade level. The percent-
age was higher in fourth-grade
math and fifth-grade reading, but
lower in fourth-grade reading
and fifth-grade math.
Fourth-graders also dropped.
in writing, but the average score
for the science test given to fifth-
graders was up 17 points. Ninety-
seven percent were performing at
or above grade level in writing in
spite of the falling score, and a
higher percentage of fifth-grad-
ers were also doing well science.


the CARES program, call the
Suwannee River Partnership at
386-362-1001. 'You may also
call your county Farm Bureau


side Elementary
'erage score for reading
h was off in the fourth
Southside Elementary
Fifth-graders, on the
id, were able to raise the
scores in both subjects
8-point jump measured
matics.
her percentage of fifth-
cored at or above grade
oth subjects as well, and
e percentage of fourth-
coring at grade level in
s down, the percentage
went up according to the
xam.
indred percent of fourth-
were also performing at
'el in writing at South-
4ough the average writ-
e was down from last
h-graders raised the av-
ence score by 20 points,
, and 52 percent of them
ring at or above grade
pared to just 31 percent


)rd Middle

graders at the middle
dad difficult this vearr


posting, falling scores in both
reading and math. The percent
scoring at grade level held steady
in reading, but dropped in math,
and in spite of gains at Lawtey
Community School, the middle
school scores brought down the
sixth-grade results for the dis-
trict,
Seventh-graders had a slight-
ly lower score in math, and the
eighth-grade result remained un-
changed, but both classes showed
improvement in reading. Eighth-,
graders also took the writing and
science exams, and they matched
last year's writing score, while
improving the science score by
12 points.
A higher percentage of sev-
enth and eighth-grade students
were also performing at or above
grade level in every area except
reading, where just 43 percent of
seventh-graders were performing
at grade level.


office or Scot Eubanks, Florida
Farm Bureau Federation at 352-
384-2633.


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6th Grade
Lawtey Community
Bradford Middle
District
State

7th Grade
Bradford Middle
District
State

8th Grade
Bradford Middle
District
State

9th Grade
Bradford High
District
State

10th Grade
Bradford High
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11th Grade-
Bradford High 32 35
District . 31 - 35
State 37 38


Bradford High
A higher percentage of ninth- '
graders were reading at or above S
grade level, up to 40 percent .
from only 28 percent last year.
This is reflected in the average
test score,.which was also up this
year. The ninth-grade math score
was down a few points, however,
and a smaller percentage were
performing at'grade level'. -
On the other hand, -10th-grade
J.corps were up, in. reading, minth
,,and writing,, and'although just,27
percent performed at or above
grade level in reading, 94 per-
cent were performing at or above
grade level in writing, up from
67 percent in 2009.
The percent of 10th-graders
performing at grade level in math
was down one percent.
Eleventh-graders performed
better in science this year and
more of them were performing at
or above grade level as well.


Above left are the mean scores for writing and science,
while directly above are the percentages of students who
scored at.or above grade level.


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Thursday, July 8, 2010 * Bradford County Telegraph 3A



Census estimates shows slower growth in Bradford and Union counties


BY MARK J..CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor Two or

3ast month, the U.S. Census Hispani
Bureau released population esti-
mates as of July 1, 2009, for the
nation, each state and the District Unic
of Columbia by age, sex, race
and Hispanic origin. White.
According to the release, the
new estimates are not 2010 Cen- Black
sus population counts. They are
based on 2000 Census data that Am. In
has been updated using adminis-
trative records to estimate com- Asian
ponents of population change.
That includes births, deaths and Nat. Ha
domestic and international mi-
gration. . Two or
Annual estimates for the 2000
to 2009 period were provided. Hispani
The Florida Times-Union cov-
ered the report upon its release.
The point of the Times-Union" Both
story, along with pointing out percent
that the recession had slowed than the
population growth in many north larger p
Florida counties, was to recog- yiduals I
nize that the increases that were er hand,
measured were driven in large ics and
part by racial minorities. Union c
A rapidly diversifying popu-. statewide
lation is not reflected in the sta- Of cc
tistics for Bradford and Union Bradfor
counties, which were not in- impacted
cluded in the story. In fact, there tions as
were vnly slight differences in the ratio
racial'proportions in these two Union C
counties. Still, where differenc- ery 100
es are measured, such as in the as many
minor increase in the number of ford Coi
people of Hispanic or Latino pri- males fo
gin, Bradford and Union are fol- Bradfi
lowing the national trend, albeit from 19(
Much more slowly. percent 1
Based on the most recent num- percent
bers available: . . percent-
prison '
Bradford By Race, Ethnicity from the
2\ 000 2QQ8 county's
Wftite tion fluci
...' 76.3%, 76.1% years fro
Blak to more
20.8% 21.*5% 2009..
- Am. Indian or Native Alaskan
0.3% 0.4% Br


Asian


0.6% 0.7%
Nat. Hawaiian/Pac. Islander


YR Po

00 .


0.1% 0.1%
more races
1.2% 1.2%
ic/Latino of any race
2.4% " 3.0%

on By Race, Ethnicity
2000 2QQ8

73.6% 72.9%

22.8% 24.6%
dian or Native Alaskan
0.7% 0.7%

0.3% 0.4%
waiian/Pac. Islander
0.02% NA
more races
1.5% 1.5%
c/Latino of any race
3.6% 4.4%

counties show a lower
ige of white individuals
state as a whole, but a
percentage of black indi-
than the state. On the oth-'
, the number of'Hispan-
Latinos in Bradford and
counties is dwarfed by the
de figure, 21 percent.
course, the numbers for
d and Union county are
d by the prison popula-
s vividly illustrated by
o of males to females in
county : 183 males for ev-
females, or nearly twice
. The difference in Brad-
tinty is less drastic: 127
Dr every 100 females.
ord grew 15.9 percent
90 to 2000, but only 12
from 2000 to 2009. That
ge is even lower-just 9
-when the average daily
population is subtracted
e total-population. The
average prison popula-
tuated over the past nine
am a low of around 3,400
than 4,500 in 2008 and


adford, 2000-2009
pulation W/O Prison-

26,088


120052006202 8 .:-


Baker
Bradford
Clay
Duval
Flagler
Nassau
Putnam
St. Johns
Union
Florida


.26,094
26,343
27,097
27,791
28,191
28,610
28,997
29,171
29,235


24,382
28,191
168,280
830,828
75,420
64,526
72,750
160,508,
14,350
17,783,868


22,664
22,948
23,244
23,552
23,794
24,176
24,569
24,605.
24,711


Statistics show Union County.
grew more than 31 percent from
1990 to 2000, but growth slowed
to 8.5 percent from 2000 to 2009.
Union had an even higher average
daily inmate count than Bradford
from 2001-2009-around 3,900
to more than 5,000 inmates per
day. Taking those averages into
account drops the county's popu-
lation below 10,000. Consider-
ing the prison population reduces
growth of the county to just 3.2
percent since 2001.-

Union, 2000-2009
YR Population W/OPrison-


13,442
13,511
13,472
13,462
14,086
14,350
14,274
14,727
14,955
14,584


9,455
9,547
9,589
9,879
9,719
9,612
9,900
9,893
9,761,


Clearly, it's important to keep
in mind how the prison popula-
tion can skew statistics for these
two counties.
Additional information avail-
able about Bradford County


25,021
28,610
176,720
842,100
82,285
66,529
73,411
168,762
14,274
18,088,505


25,605
28,997
182,392
848,841
88,088
68,441
73,740
175,818
14,727
18,277,888


1 8 18,537,969


26,048
29,171
185,102
853,116
90,700
69,815
73,455
182,447
14,955
18,423,878


26,336
29,235
1'86r756
857,040
91,622
70,576
72,893
187,436
14,584
18,537,969


3.70%
.- .- 0.,98%
. . - . 3.15%
21.48%
9.38%
0.20%
. : 16.78%
1.63%
S.4.24%


shows that more than 80 percent $44,560. The average household 2000. Worthington Springs add-
of the county was over 18 years size was 3.1 members, which edjust three people, for 196 ttal.
old in 2008,and 13.5 percent was includes nonfamily households; Raiford grew by only two people
over 65. The county's median the average family size was 3.79 to 189.
age was 37.1 years. (members. According to the Census Bu-
Nearly 21 percent of the popu- . 'According to the statistics, reau, these are the last state esti-
lation over 25 years of age had 11.5 percent of all families in mates to use 2000 census results
less than a full high school edu- Bradford County were living as'a base. The. 2011 population
cation. Around 42 percent have a in poverty, higher than the.na- estimates will be the first in-the
high school diploma or its equiv- tional average of 9.6 percent of estimates series to be based on
alent. Another 28.7 percent have families. The number was even the 2010 Census' population
spent some time in college, and higher for all individuals: 14.3 counts.
an additional 8.3 percent earned percent in Bradford compared to The Census Bureau will de-
at least a bachelor's degree. 13.2 percent nationwide. liver the 2010 Census state popu-
The poverty rate in Bradford . As of July 1, 2009, the city of lation counts to the'-president in
County was nearly identical for Starke had around 5,900 people, December. They will be used to
those 25 and older without a high only about 5.3 percent higher apportion seats in the U.S. House
school diploma (12.7 percent) than measured in 2000. Lawtey of Representatives.
and those who had only a high has a slightly higher growth rate, The 'Census Bureau has:. a
school diploma (12.8 percent). although it had just 39 more peo- 'deadline of April 1, 2011 to.re-
The poverty rate fell a little bit pie (695 total) than in 2000. That lease counts by race and Hispan-
for those who had some.college was also 'true of Hampton, with ic origin for counties, cities.and
experience (10.8 percent), and 26 more people (457 total), and other small geographic areas.,so
it fell (to 4.1 percent) for those Brooker, with 20 more people that states can proceed with:re-
with a bachelor's degree. (372 total). districting.
Individual median income in Not all of the same information "Census numbers govern the
Bradford. County was $28,544 was available for Union County, distribution of more than $400
for those 25 and older, with the but for individuals 25 and over, billion in federal funds each
median income for those with- it was estimated that 27.6 percent year and serve as the baseline
out 'a high school diploma be- had less than a full high school for future post-census popula-
ing $22,371 and those with at education. On the other hand, tion.estimates," Census Bureau
graduate or professional degree nearly 39 percent did have a high Director Robert Groves said.
being nearly $51,000. That was school diploma or its equiva- "The estimates allow us to track
quite a bit more than those with lent, and more than 26 percent the changing population of states
just a bachelor's degree. The me- had some college experience. and.. smaller jurisdictions be-
dian income for that group was Around 7.5 percent had earned a tween censuses. When an area's
$28264, even less than those bachelor's degree or higher. population ages or grows young-
who had been to college for less 'A breakdown qf income sta- er overall,, fpr example, local-of-
than four years. That group came tistics was not available, but the fikials dan dodumbnt the changes
in with a median income of more census Web site did show 3,356 and address -the possibility',of
than $33,000 annually. households in Union County special needs."
In all there were more than with a median household income
8,400 households estimated in of $34,563.
Bradford County, and the me- Lake Butler grew less than 1.7
dian household income was percent to 1,959 people since


`SCHOOL
. Continued from 'page 1A.

i School board
t loosens rules on-
hats, cell phones
3 The school board relaxed its
rules on cell phones and hats last
; week,. Middle and high school
students will now be allowed to
wear hats on school grounds, as
long as they don't wear them in-
side. -
The board also gave principals
at the middle school and high
. school greater latitude in drafting
rules for school cell phone use.
'Bradford High School Prin-
E cipal Doug Thoburn told board
- members that during -the last
school year, he allowed students
to .use wireless communication
devices during class changes,
and noted a significant decrease
in fights and conflicts.
"If students can listen to their
iP6ds during class changes," he
said, "they're not interested in
getting confrontational with oth-
er students."
Thoburn also said he discov-
ered.;tiat when students text while
on campus, many times they are
- connecting with their mothers.
"It's amazing how many moth-
ers sit at home and communicate
with their children during school
via the technology."
Assistant Superintendent Lisa
Prevatt told the board that school
I bus drivers have reported that al-
lowing middle and high school
students to text while on buses
enables them to update their
parents on bus delays and other
schedule changes..
Thoburn added that many stu-
dents now keep their calendars
,on their' phones and that admin-
istrators need flexibility to apply
-technology-use rules to trends in
- student behavior.
g The board did, however,
.clamp down on one technology
Advance, making ithft violation of
the code of conduct to create un-
Sauthorized videos or photographs
.while on campus.

S Board searching for -
value adjustment
board candidate
Smith said the school board
is looking for a replacement for
its citizen. appointmniit to the


county's value adjustment board.
The.candidate must own either a
business or commercial' property
* with the cofity. '
The value adjustment board
adjudicates appeals by property
owners who dispute the assessed
values, classifications or ex-
emptions the property appraiser
assigns to their properties. It.
consists of two county commis-
sioners, one school board mem-
ber, and two citizen members-
one appointed by the county,
commission and one. by the
school board.

District mailing FCAT
scores to parents.
Carol Clyatt, director 'of ac-
countability and special pro-
grams, said the county's public
.schools would mail individual
student reports for the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment Test


to parents this summer.
In previous years, parents
'picked up the reports along with
their children's final' report card.
But this year, delays in process-
ing the results by the state's con-
tractor, NCS Pearson, pushed re-
ceipt of the paper reports beyond
the report card distribution date.
Clyatt said NCS Pearson would
reimburse the district for postage
and other posts associated with
the mailing. She added that paper
copies of the scores should arrive
from the state to district head-
quarters between July 6 and 8.


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Robertson, Josle Cannon, James Cubbedge, Will Cubbedge, Roy Weiland, Charly
Robertson, Michele Robertson and Nicole Cubbedge. (Not pictured: Dale Ring.)

Cub Scouts achieve at local camp


Lawtey Cub Scout Pack 400
was well represented at Timuctia
District 2010 Day Camp, held at
Friendly Bible Church in Key-,
stone Heights June 21-25. The
pack had five boys and one girl
attend, as well as five adult vol-
unteers.
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National FFA
scholarship
awarded to
local student
_The National FFA Organi-
zation awarded a $1,000 Ford
Trucks-Built Ford Tough schol-
arship to Miranda Taylor of
Bradford High School's FFA.
Murray Ford Mercury, as a spe-.
cial project of the National FFA
Foundation, sponsors the schol-
arship. Miranda plans to use the
funds to pursue a degree at Santa
Fe Community College.
This 'scholarship is one of
1,446 awarded through the Na-
tional FFA Scholarship Program
this year.
Currently, 132 corporate spon-'
sors generously contribute over
$1.9 million to support this pro-
gram. This is the 26'h year that


the children. The boys earned a
total of 24 sports and academic
belt loops, and eight sports pins
in areas such as BB gun, archery,
photography, volleyball, etc.
They had perfect attendance for
all five days.
In addition, the archery range
master recognized Donnie Can-
non as being the top shooter.
Lawtey Cub Scout Pack 400


scholarships have been made
available through the National
FFA Foundation by business and
industry sponsors to reward and
encourage excellence and enable
students to pursue their educa-
tional goals.
Scholarship recipients were
selected' from. 8,305 applicants
from across the country. Selec-
tions were based on the appli-
cant's . ,acadqri9, recordr, FFA"
another school and commuriiify
activities, supervised agricultural
experience program in agricul-
tural education and future goals.
The National FFA Organi-
zation, formerly known as the
Future Farmers of America, is
a national youth organization of
506,199 student members-all
preparing for leadership and ca-
reers in the science, business and
technology of agriculture-as
part of 7,429 local FFA chapters
in al! 50 states, Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands.
The National FFA Organiza-
tion changed to its present name
in 1988 in recognition of the
"growth and diversity of agricul-
ture; and agricultural education.
The FFA mission is to make a
positive difference in the lies
of students-by developing their,
potential for premier leadership,
personal growth and career suc-
cess through agricultural educa-
tion.
The National FFA Organiza-
tion operates under a Federal
Charter granted by the 81s1 Con-
gress of the United States, and is
an integral part of public instruc-
tion in agriculture. The U.S. De-
partment of Education provides
leadership and helps set direc-
tion for FFA as a service to state


meets every Tuesday night dur-
ing the school .year (different
days and nights during the sum-
mer) at Grace United Method-
ist Church in Lawtey. Pack'400
welcomes any boy from the age
of 6-11 (or first to fifth grades).
It is a family-oriented group and
all siblings participate with all
'activities including campouts.


and -local agricultural education
programs. Visit www.ffa.org for
more information.


Join the
movement to
get moving
On Friday, July 9, the Brad-.
ford County Health Department
and th'e Bradford County Public'
Library are joining together to
hold the community's second
Partnering to Move.walk.
The walk starts at the Bradford
County Library at 6 p.m. that
evening, and participants will
proceed to Bradford High School
where they will walk around the


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Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship. 32i N. Christian
St. in Starke. is hosting a
gospel sing -wilh the Cavalier
Quartet Saturda\. JuIl\ 0.at 7
p.m. E\er one is welcome. For
more information, please call
904-964-8890.

Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
will celebrate its anniversary
on Friday, July 9, at 7 p.m.
with the Rev. James E. Wilcox
as guest speaker and his
congregation from Ebenezer
Baptist Church in Starke, and
on Sunday, July 11, at 4 p.m.
with the Rev. Karl Smith and
his congregation from Greater
Bethel A.M.E. Church in
Gainesville. All are invited.

Bayless Highway Baptist
Church on Northwest C.R.
225 invites kids in preschool
through grade six and adults
to visit Saddle, Ridge Ranch
during a vacation Bible school
planned for July 11-15 from
7-9 p.m. Friday night is family
night.

New Bethel Baptist Church,
901 N. Keller St., will observe
the anniversary of its mission
ministry on Sunday, July 11,
at 3:30 p.m., and everyone is
welcome.

Highland First Baptist
Church of Lawtey will
be holding vacation Bible
school on July 12-16 from 9
a.m.-noon. Join an adventure
to Egypt and learn what
happened to Joseph, and
follow him from prison to
palace. For more information
contact, please contact


track.
"The goal is to walk as long
as, and as far as, we have the
stamina," said Don Thompson,-
the Healthy People Healthy
Communities coordinator for the
health department.
"We are taking one step at a
time togeiher.A-s a communil.,
we 'v re purinering together to
promote physical activity and
healthy living. Our goal is to
promote individual, family and
community awareness in order to
facilitate healthy, active lives."
Organizers will give out pe-
dometers, T-shirts and water bot-
tles until supplies run out.


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Starke Seventh-da)
Adientist Church, 1649
W. Madison St., is offering
a week of games, singing,
crafts and more, with a focus
on communicating with God,
for kids ages 6-12 July 12-17
from 10 a.m. to noon each day.
For more information, please
call 904-964-6837.

Trinity Baptist Church's
ranch-themed vacation Bible
school will teach kids God's
word has the answer to all
their questions. It runs from
July 12-16 at 9 a.m. and
concludes with Family Day
on July 18 at 11 a.m. Register
online at www.trinitybc.org,
or call 352-473-7261. for more
-information.

Brooker Baptist Church's
fun.dinner and a movie night
for kids age 3 through fifth
grade featuring',"The Sugar
Creek Gang: Swamp Robber"
will be Friday, July 16, at
6 p.m. Saddle Ridge Ranch
vacation Bible school will
be July 19-23 from 9 a.m.
to noon, also for kids age 3
through fifth grade. For more
information; please call 352-
485-1060 or 352-235-1569.

St. John Baptist Church
on C.R. 200 B in Lawtey is
hosting a fund day Satdrday,
July 17, from 9 a.m. to 12:30
p.m., and the public is invited.
For more information, please
call Patricia Smith at 904-782-
3023.


For more information, contact
Thompson at 904-964-7732.

RJE class
planning trip
The RJE Alumni Class of 1969
reunion meeting is scheduled
for Saturday, July 10, at 1 p.m.
at Western Steer in Starke. The
class will be meeting to discuss
the trip-scheduled for November
2010.
For more information, please


Greater Allen Chapel
invites everyone to Family
and Friends Day Saturday,
July 17, at 2 p.m. with the
Rev. Clarence E. DeSue Jr. of
Bethlehem United Methodist
Church of Ft. White as speaker
of the hour. The celebration
continues Sunday, July 18,
at 3 p.m. with Minister Abie
Williams of Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Primitive Baptist Church in
Palatka as guest speaker.

Grace United Methodist
Church of Lawtey will present
the award winning Mercy
Mountain Boys in concert
Sunday, July 18, at 6 p.m. For
more information, please call
904-782-3838 or 904-769-
1669.

Bethel Baptist Church
on C.R. 230A is holding
a sportsman's banquet on
Saturday, July 24, at 4 p.m.
with hunting and fishing
simulators, prizes (including
a chance to win a Mathew's
Outback bow) and a free meal.
For more information, please
call Jason Cain at 352-317-
2451.

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ABradford County Telegraph * Thursday, July 8, 2010


LEGALS




NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
-'Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
: Public Auction on Friday, July 161;
*2.010, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple
;:Avenue, Starke, FL on the following
storage units containing personal
items: . . ,
#12 & 121-belonging to H. Qualley
#36-belonging to M. Stoneman ..
#32-belonging to K. Moore
7/12tchg 7/8-BCT
S BRADFORD COUNTY SOLID
WASTE INVITATION TO BID
"ROLL OFF CONTAINERS" '
,-Bradford County is accepting bids for
"Open Top and Closed Top Containers
'for its Solid Waste Department.-Bid
'specifications and Bid Form may
- be obtained from the Solid, Waste
Department located at 925 N. Temple
Avenue, Suite E, Starke, Florida, (M-
F, 8a-5p), or at www.bradfordcountyfl.
gov. Bids must be submitted on an
official "Bid Form", and in sealed
envelopes clearly marked "Sealed
Bid for" Containers," and must be
submitted to the Office of the Clerk
of Courts, by mail at P.O. Drawer.
B, Starke, Florida; or hand-delivery
at 945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida, no later than Friday, July .16,
2010 at 1,0:00 a.m., at which time the
bids will be opened in public in the,
County Commission Meeting Room:
in the North Wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse. Bradford County
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids,
..t 7/1 2tchg 7/8-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford County Emergency
Management Office has completed
a second draft of the Bradford
County Local Mitigation Strategy,
S ,.-and is ready for public review. Please
: contact June Neats at 904-966-6321
:if you are interested in obtaining a
-.copy of the draft. You will have until
S .July 9 at 5:00 p.m. to provide written
2pomments and feedback .to the
z Emergency Management Office.. If
-i.you require special accommodations
iin order to review this plan, please
ask for assistance. Thapk you, your
Sonput is greatly appreciated.
S ,� .. 7/1 2tchg 7/8-BCT.
: - IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
. 8" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000470
'AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC
, '.PLAINTIFF . ' .
" ' :.VS. /' . " . ' " ^
BARRY GARIGLIO, VALERIE
* GARIGLIO. ANY AND ALL
J: KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING-
. BY. THROUGH, UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED,
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
: WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
, DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
..UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, -
HEIRS. DEVISEES. GRANTEES OR
S.THER CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE
, AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTST()
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated June 21. 2010
entered in Civil Case No. 04-2008-CA-
000470 of the Circuit Court of the 8"
-. Judicial Cicuit in and for BRADFORD
'County, STARKE, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
, for cash IN THE LOBBY OF THE
S ..'COURTHOUSE at the BRADFORD
'County Courthouse located at
945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE in
STARKE, Florida, at 11:00 a m on the
'22'" day of July, 2010, the following
- described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment. to-wit.
S-LOT 19 OF SEMINOLE RIDGE
' ..UNIT NO. 7, AN UNRECORDED
'-,MAP OF A SURVEY OF LANDS
IN FRACTIONAL SECTION 12,
. TOWNSHIP 9 SOUTH, RANGE-
2. 2 EAST. BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AS. SURVEYED BY
JOSEPHI G. KNAPP, REGISTERED
LAND SURVEYOR; SAID PARCEL
""'BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
'DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS-
S .COMMENCE AT A , CONCRETE
g MONUMENT AT.THE SOUTHEAST
..CORNER OF:, SAID SECTION 12
""AND RUN.N 06 DEG 22 MIN 43
: SEC E ALONG THE EAST LINE.
, 'OF SAID SECTION 12-A DISTANCE
. 'OF 814 56 FEET TO A CONCRETE
S MONUMENT, THENCE RUN 89
: DEG 55 MIN 00 SEC W, 1016.08
FEET TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT
: OF WAY LINE OF A 60 FOOT ROAD,
S'SEC E, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 520.63 FEET;
, '.THENCE RUN N 05 DEG 22 MIN 46
i SEC E, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 408.24 FEET
'TO 'A .CONCRETE MONUMENT;
STHENCE RUN N 20 DEG 33 MIN 46
,SEC E, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
A"RIGHT OF WAY LINE 439.90 FEET
"TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE RUN NORTHERLY ALONG
: SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
O LINE WITH, A CURVE CONCAVE
S . WESTERLY, SAID CURVE HAVING,
' 'A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 32 DEG 56
.MIN 20 SEC; A RADIUS OF 355.00
: .FEET, AN ARC LENGTH OF 204.09
'FEET ANEI'A CHORD BEARING
AND DISTANCE OF N 04 DEG 05
, MIN 36 SEC E, 201.29 FEET TO A
-'-CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
-""RUN-N 12 DEG 22 MIN 34 SEC W,
'"..ALONG SAID WESTERLY" RIGHT
-OF WAY LINE .19.01 FEET TO A
; '"'CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
..RUN NORTHERLY ALONG SAID
' -WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE WITH A CURVE CONCAVE
EASTERLY, SAID CURVE HAVING
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 17 DEG 13
� MIN 40 SEC, A RADIUS OF 580.00
� FEET, AN ARC LENGTH OF 174.39
FEET, AND A CHORD BEARING


AND DISTANCE OF N 03 DEG 45
MIN 44 SEC W, 173.74 FEET TO
.AN IRON PIPE; THENCE RUN N 04
-.DEG 51 MIN 06 SECE, ALONG SAID
- '.WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
"200.00 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE;
'.iTHENCE RUN N 87 DEG 48 MIN
;.n54 SEC-W, 535.58 FEET TO THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
-OF A 60 FOOT COUNTY ROAD
;,THENCE RUN N 04 DEG 51 MIN 06
SSEC. E, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LNE OFA 60. FOOT
"-COUNTY ROAD 300.00 FEET TO
4.-AN IRON PIPE AND THE POINT OF
BEGINNING: THENCE CONTINUE
N 04 DEG 51 MIN 06 SEC E, ALONG


SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY FOR A DISTANCE OF 11.82 FEET EAi
'LINE 69.34 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE; TO A SET 1/2" REBAR; THENCE NO
THENCE RUN N 29 DEG 04 MIN 36 RUN NORTH 13 DEGREES 24 DIS
SEC E, ALONG SAID EASTERLY MINUTES 48 SECONDS EAST FOR SE
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A 60 FOOT A DISTANCE OF 171.26 FEET TO NO
COUNTY ROAD, 31.50 :FEET TO A SET 1/2" REBAR LOCATED ON 41
AN IRON PIPE; THENCE RUN S THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY WITl
88 DEG 24 MIN 10 .SEC E, 195.80 OF AFOREMENTIONED RIGHT- OF
FEET TO AN IROIN PIPE SET ON OF-WAY OF N.W. 29TH AVENUE; 188
THE WESTERLY SIDE OF A CANAL: THENCE RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES OF
THENCE RUN S 17 DEG 07 MIN 11 00 MINUTES 36 IRC
SEC W, ALONG SAID CANAL 16.04 SECONDS EAST AND ALONG SAID EAi
FEET TO AN IRON. PIPE; THENCE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY FOR A OF
RUN S 04 DEG 51 MIN 06 SEC DISTANCE OF 35.00 FEET TO THE THI
W, ALONG SAID CANAL, 83.96 POINT OF BEGINNING. 29
FEET TO- AN IRON PIPE; THENCE If you fail to file your answer or written AL(
* RUN N 87 DEG 48 MIN 54 SEC W, defenses in the above proceeding? OF
205.22 FEET TO. THE POINT OF on plaintiff's attorney,, a default OF
BEGINNING. ..... " will-be entered against you for the BE(
.,Any person claiming ;an interest in relief demanded in the Complaint or TO(
the surplus from the sale, if any, other Petition. MO
than the property owner as of the date DATED at BRADFORD County this THI
of the lis pendens, must file a claim 22nd day of June, 2010. API
within 60 days after the sale. Clerk of the Circuit Court DEI
Dated this 21" day of June, 2010. By: Lisa Brannon .200
RAY NORMAN Deputy Clerk MO
Clerk'of the Circuit Court In accordance with the American 387
By: Lisa Brannon with Disabilities Act of 1990, persons A/K
Deputy Clerk needing a special accommodation Sta
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J. to participate in this proceeding Any
STERN, P.A. ' ' should contact the ASA Coordinator the
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF no later than seven (7) days prior to thai
900 South Pihe Island Road the proceedings. If hearing impaired, of t
Suite 400. . . please call (800)955-8771 (TDD) or with
Plantation, FL.33324-3920 (800)955-8770 (voice), via Florida WIT
(954)233-8000 Relay Service. this
08-68733 ALS. 7/1 2tchg 7/8-BCT
IN :ACCORDANCE WITH .THE
AMERICANS -WITH DISABILITIES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
ACT,-persons with disabilities needing EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
a special accommodation should AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, Floi
contact COURT ADMINISTRATION, FLORIDA P.RO
at the BRADFORD : County CIVIL ACTION Tan
Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800- CASE NO. 04-2005-CA-0076 If y
955-8771 (TDD). or 1-800-955-8770, ....-DIVISION- wh(
via Florida Relay Service. MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC '�;- -ordE
7/1 2tchg 7/8-BCT REGISTRATION SYSTEM, INC., you
AS NOMINEE FOR TAYLOR,-- - the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE BEAN & WHITAKER MORTGAGE Pie,
EIGHTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT OF CORPORATION, Bra
THE STATE OF Plaintiff, FL
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD vs.. day
COUNTY DEBORAH GODWIN, et al, you
. N . CIVIL DIVISION Defendant(s). ' - call
CASE NO. 04-2010-CA-000237 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY SALE
SERVICES, INC. ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NI
Plaintiff, pursuant to' a Final Judgment of NO
vs. Mortgage Foreclosure dated June THA
RAYMOND W. MASEY;,TONDA 21, 2010 and entered in Case No, 04- EXI
MASEY; JOHN L..A/K/A . 2005-CA-0076 of the Circuit Court of Cot
'JOHN L. SCHAFER A/K/A JOHN the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for Ca,
L. SCHAFERJR.; UNKNOWN ' .BRADFORD County, Florida wherein the
SPOUSE OF JOHN L. A/K/A . BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, As!
JOHN L. SCHAFER A/K/A JOHN LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME hav
L.SCHAFER'JR.; MARJORIE M. LOANS SERVICING LP, is the into
SCHAFER; UNKNOWN SPOUSE Plaintiff and DEBORAH GODWIN; R. Q
OF.MARJORIE M. SCHAFER; are the Defendants, I will sell to the 200
IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY highest and best bidder for cash at 1FT
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD And
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED, COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945 Cot
AND IF DECEASED, THE NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, as
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 AM, on the per
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ,. 22nd day of July, 2010, the following pro
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, ' described property as set forth in said sell
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES, AND Final Judgment: ' lien
ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN bid(
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF THE Sal
AGAINST THE NAMED SOUTHEAST /4 OF SECTION 10, tot
DEFENDANTSS; STATE OF TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE pay
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT 21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, the
OF REVENUE; WHETHER FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL BEING abo
DISSOLVED OR:PRESENTLY MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED vie\
'EXISTING, TOGETHER WITH AS FOLLOWS: . sch
ANY GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, COMMENCE AT A SET 1/2 INCH with
CREDITORS, LIENORS, IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE Act
OR TRUSTEES OF SAID NORTHWEST CORNER OF acc
DEFENDANTS) AND ALL OTHER THE. NORTHEAST A/ OF THE this
PERSONS CLAIMING BY, SOUTHEAST 'A/ OF SAID SECTION indi
THROUGH; UNDER, OR AGAINST 10, AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES, not
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN 33 MINUTES, 34 SECONDS, pro
.TENANT, #; UNKNOWN TENANT. EAST, AS A-BASIS OF BEARINGS, noti
#j2" ,,'r./,,,,;; ,, .:d;S,";;';: ;;.- ;:,.;. ', .,,ALONG .7 lH Esi'"-NOR`T-H ,-lN6'OF .-.Gil
Defendant(s). ' " SAID 'NORTHEAST -. OF THE
NOTICE OF ACTION SOUTHEAST-%A, FOR A DISTANCE E
TO:, RAYMOND W.. MASEY; IF OF 45.75 FEET TO A SET Y INCH
LIVING, INCLUDINGANYUNKNOWN IRON ROD; THENCE RUN SOUTH
SPOUSE OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, 01 DEGREES, 29 MINUTES,
IF REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED, 19 SECONDS, WEST, FOR A
THE RESPECTIVE' UNKNOWN DISTANCE OF 35.08 FEET'TO A FL(
HEIRS;, DEVISEES, 'GRANTEES, SET � INCH IRON ROD OF THE
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
LIENORS;ANDTRUSTEESANDALL OF NORTHWEST 84TH AVENUE
OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, WITH THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST OF WAY LINE OF NORTHWEST Deo
THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS; 188TH STREET FOR THE POINT OF Cor
Whose residence are/is Unknown. BEGINNING; . ben
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING Am
your answer or wntten defenses; if- THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH Tru
any, in the above proceeding with 87 DEGREES, 49 MINUTES, 41 Thr
the Clerk of this Court, and to serve SECONDS, EAST, ALONG THE Pla
a copy thereof upon the plaintiffs SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE vs.
attorney, Law Offices of Daniel .C. OF NORTHWEST 188TH STREET, Joh
.Consuegra, 9204 'King Palm Drive; FOR A DISTANCE OF 208.72 FEET' Equ
Tampa,. FL 33619-1328,' telephone TO .A SET �V INCH IRON ROD; Par
(813) 915-8660, facsimile (813) 915- THENCERUNSOUTH01 DEGREES, and
0559, within thirty days of the first 29 !MINUTES, 19 SECONDS, by,
publication of this. Notice, the nature WEST, PARALLEL WITH SAID abo
of this proceeding being a suit for
foreclosure of mortgage against the ,
following described property, to wit '
A PARCEL OFLAND CONTAINING :
4.44 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, AND..
LYING -IN THE EAST HALF OF
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF .
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF ' 4
SECTION 13,TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, H U
RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFORD , W
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL -
BEING MORE w," 0
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS i/ )\ ii
FOLLOWS: " i
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
LOCATED AT THE; NORTHEAST < The churches
CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF S e Bak
*THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF ....u-r-49- -- i
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF - , Trom all of us at
THE SAID .SECTION 13 AND RUN WESTERN STEER
SOUTH.00 DEGREES 42 MINUTES WESTRNe S TEE
35 SECONDS EAST AND ALONG FALY
THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID FTEAKHOUEIL
EAST HALF FOR A DISTANCE STAKH US
OF 41.34 FEET TO A CONCRETE A'f 1301 S, Starh
MONUMENT. LOCATED ON THE u � &
SOUTHERLY N BOUNDARY OF S ob rF-t4-0 1t.... t
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF COUNTY Wen-a N ,h!
'GRADED ROAD N W.29T AVENUE US3 NR-TH*,TA, FL
'(ALSO KNOWN AS RISING ROAD) I Community
AND THE POINT OF BEGINNING. IU FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING S "ate B.ank
THUS DESCRIBED, CONTINUE v�,-.-^ ..i.�,w.,.�A .^rI
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 42 MINUTES " Ho..... -Ow e i 'd d .t.a. .k
35' SECONDS EAST AND ALONG Stake * 964-7830
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF Lake Butler * 496-3333
EAST HALF FOR A DISTANCE OF _- _---_
1285.49 FEET TO A FOUND AXLE After Chur_ h on--J"
LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST SundayCome- to
CORNER OF SAID EAST HALF; G om t
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREE I Powell'S lain FreBza e
58 MINUTES 04 SECONDS WEST I -_,..T.
AND ALONG THE SOUTHERLY -Home of the Foot Long Steak'
BOUNDARY OF SAID EAST HALF Stop by for Ice Cream on
FOR A DISTANCE OF 164.52 FEET Wednesday Night!
' TO A SET 1/2" REBAR; THENCE us 30 NORTH * STARKg. FL
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 42 . .. . . .


MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST FOR _ a tl ti
A DISTANCE OF 1120.92'FEET TO C p _Ct""J
A SET 1/" REBAR LOCATED ON Bank0
THE. SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OFRD
A PARCEL OF LAND RECORDED 350 N Temple Ave
ON OFFICIAL- RECORD BOOK . Starke FL 32091
499, PAGE 198 OF THE PUBLIC (994)
RECORDS OF BRADFORD P AX (9 r a904)
COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN 964-7050 964-905
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 00 MINUTES To announce �our church event
36 SECONDS EAST AND ALONG To uuiouce your church event,
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY mail pertinent Information, typed
OF AFORESAID PARCEL FOR I t
A DISTANCE OF 75.95 FEET or printed legibly, to
TO AN IRON PIPE LOCATED
AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER at0orbC 0. clegrapb
OF SAID PARCEL; THENCE - �-
CONTINUE SOUTH 89 DEGREES P.O. Drawer A, Starke, FL 32091
00 MINUTES 36 SECONDS EAST


STERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF
RTHWEST 84T1 AVENUE, FOR A
TANCE OF 208.72 FEET TO A
r V2 INCH IRON ROD; THENCE
RTH 87 DEGREES 49 MINUTES,
SECONDS, WEST, PARALLEL
TH SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
WAY LINE OF NORTHWEST
TH STREET, FOR A DISTANCE
208.72 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH
)N ROD LOCATED ON 'THE
STERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
NORTHWEST 84TH AVENUE;
ENCERUN NORTH 01 DEGREES,
MINUTES, 19 SECONDS, EAST,
ONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
WAY LINE, FOR A DISTANCE
208.72 FEET TO THE POINT OF
GINNING.
GETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN"
BILE HOME LOCATED
EREON AS A FIXTURE AND
PURTENANCE THERETO BEING
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
62 NEW MOON NM0450 64N,
BILE HOME I.D. NO. 114-
*75A/B.
/A 18725 Northwest 84" Avenue,
rke, FL 32091
y person claiming an interest in
surplus from the sale, if any, other
n the property owner as of the date
he Us. Pendens must file a claim,
bin sixty (60) days after the sale.
TNESS MY HAND and the seal of
Court on June 21, 2010.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
rida Default Law Group, PL.
. B9k 25018
ipa, Florida 32622-5018
o are, a person with a disability
o -neeos any accommodation in
er to participate in this proceeding,
are entitled, at no cost to you, to
provision of certain assistance.
ase contact the Clerk of Court,
dford County Courthouse, Starke,
at 904-964-6280 within 2 working
's'of your receipt of this notice; if
are hearing or voice impaired,
1-800-955-8771.
7/1 2tchg 7/8-BCT
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
AT PURSUANT TO A WRIT OF
ECUTION hereby issued out of the
unty Court, Baker County, Florida,
se No. 89-75-CA on 10/30/09 in
matter of (Levy), 1,, Gordon Smith,
Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida,
'e levied upon all the right, title and
rest of the defendants) Samuel
Smith to wit:
12 Black Ford F350 VIN:
TWW32F02EC78107
d on 07/30/10 in front of Bradford
unty Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., or
soon thereafter as circumstances
mit, I will offer the above described
peity for sale at public outcry and
the same, subject to ALL prior
s, if any, to the highest and best
derforCASH IN HAND, plus Florida
es Tax, if applicable, the proceeds
te applied as far as may be to the
'ment of costs and satisfaction of
above described execution. The
yve described property may be
wed up to 30 minutes prior'to the
eduled sale time. In accordance
h the Americanr with Disabilities
, persons needing a special
ommodation to participate in
proceeding shall contact the
vidual or agency sending notice
later than seven days prior to the
ceeding at the address given on
ice. ,Telephone (904)906-2276.-
ordin Smith ASheriff. of Bradford
. County, Florida
ly: Chuck Johnson, Deputy Sheriff
7/1 4tchg 7/22-BCT
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 8V JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
Case #: 2009-CA-000253
, Division #:
UNC:
utsche Bank National Trust
mpany, as Trustee in trust for the
lefit of the Certificateholders for
eriquest Mortgage Securities
st 2005-R3, Asset-Backed Pass-
ough Certificates, Series 2005-R3
intiff,
n W. Hallonquist;.CitiFinancial
uity Services, Inc.; Unknown
ties in Possession #1; If living,
I all UnknQwn Parties claiming
through, under and against the
yve named Defendant(s) 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
Defendant(s).
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order rescheduling foreclosure
sale dated July 1, 2010, entered in
Civil Case No. 2009-CA-000253 of the
Circuit Court of the 8h Judicial Circuit
in and for Bradford County, Florida,
wherein Deutsche Bank National
Trust Company, as Trustee in trust for
the benefit of the Certificateholders
for Ameriquest Mortgage Securities
Trust 2005-R3, Asset-Backed Pass-
Through Certificates, Series 2005-F
R3, Plaintiff and John W. Hallonquist
are defendantss, I will sell to' the
highest and best bidder for cash, IN
THE LOBBY AT THE FRONT DOOR
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 945
NORTH TEMPLEAVENUE, STARKE,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA AT
11:00 A.M., September 23, 2010, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT FIVE (5), BLOCK A AND THE
WEST 15 FEET OF LOT ONE
(1), OF THE HAVEN, BEDFORD\
LAKE, ACCORDING Tb). THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 25, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN, 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DATED at Starke,. Florida, this 1st day
of July, 2010.
Lisa Brannon
. RAY NORMAN
' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Bradford County, Florida
ATTORNEY FOR'PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
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NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
'AWorkshop between the City of Starke
and Bradford County Commissioners
to continue discussion on various
topics is scheduled for July 13 at
6:00 p.m. in the Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple. Ave.,
Starke, FL.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT
TO THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF.
THE CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to, the City of Starke Land
Development Code, as amended,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Code, 'objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning an amendment, as
described below, will be heard by the
Planning and Zoning Board of City
of Starke, Florida, serving also as
the Local Planning Agency of City of.
Starke, Florida; at a-public hearing on'
-July 19,' 2017t'6''00 p im.,,6r-dssobn
thereafter as the matter can be heard,'
in the County Commission Meeting
Room, County Courthouse, located'
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
S 100623 A;,' an application by
Shands Teaching Hospital & Clinics,
Inc., to amend the Future Land Use
Plan Map of the ComprehensiveI
Plan by changing the future land
use classification from MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2 to 8
dwelling units per acre) and PUBLIC
to COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
From- i MEDIUM DENSITY,
RESIDENTIAL to COMMERCIAL
A parcel of land lying within Section
28; Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of said Section 28; thence North
0�09'30" West, along the Easterly
boundary of said Section 28, a


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distance of 46.28 feet to the Northetly
right-of-way line of Wilson Road;
thence South 89*40'10" West, along
the Northerly right-of-way line of said
Wilson Road, 861.98 feet to the Point
of Beginning; thence continue South
89�40 10" West, along the Northetly
right-of-way line of said Wilsorl Road
100.00 feet; thence North 02*07'30"
West, 177.20 feet; thence South
89�36'40" East, 105.56 feet; thence
South 00�19'50" East, 175.79 feet'to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.41 acre, more or less.'
AND
A parcel of land lying within Sectidn
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of said Section 28; thence 'North
0�09'30" West, along the Easterly
boundary' of said Section '28, '"a
distance of 46.28 feet to the Northerly
right-of-way line of Wilson Roaf;
thence South 89�40'10" West, alohg
the Northerly right-of-way line of said
Wilson Road 761.98 feet to the Polht
of Beginning; thence continue So0th
89*40 10" West, along the Northerly
right-of-way line of said Wilson Road,
100.00 feet; thence North 00�19'50"
West, 175.79 feet; thence South
89*36'40" East, 48.02 feet; thence
South 38*54'16" East, 83.37 feet;
thence South 00�19'50" East, 110.00
feet to the Point of Beginning. .1
Containing 0.38 acre, more or less.::
AND ...
A parcel of land lying within Secti n
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner'of
said Section28; thence North 0*09'30"
West, along the Easterly boundary'bf
said Section 28, a distance of 46.28
feet to the Northerly right-of-way
line of Wilson Road; thence Soutth
89*40'10" West, along the NortheYly
right-of-way line of said Wilson Road,
610.52 feet to the Westerly right-of-
way line of Harwillo Street to the Point
of Beginning; thence continue South
89040 10" West, along the Northe'ly
right-of-way line of said Wilson Road,
151.48 feet; thence North 00019'5p"
West, 110.00 feet; thence North
38*54'16" West, 83.37 feet; thence
North 01"41'00" West, 144.86 feet;
thence North 89*40'10" East, 212,49
feet to the Westerly right-of-way line
of said Harwillo Street; thence South
00o19'50" East, along the Westiely
right-of-way line of said Harw)tlo
Street, 99.27 feet; thence So th.
01005'37" West, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Harwillo
Street, 220.80 feet to the Point 'of
Beginning.
Containing 1.50 acre, more or less&.
AND
A parcel' of land lying within Sect[on
28, 'Township 6 South, FRange "22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, 'as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of said Section 28; thence
North 0009'30" West, along the
Easterly boundary of said Sectipn
28, a distance of 46.28 feet to the
Northerly right-of-way line of Wilson
Road; thence South 89�40'10" West,
along the Northerly right-of-way linebof
said Wilson Road, 610.52 feet to the
Westerly right-of-way line of Harwillo
Street; thence North 01�05'37" East,
along the Westerly right-of-way line
of said Harwillo Street, 220.80 feet;
'thence North 00019'50" West, along
the Westerly right-of-way line of said
.Harwillo.Street 99.27 feet to the Point
of. Begin-r"' tence continue North
00�19 5'West, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Harwtllo
Street, 92.15 feet to the beginning
of a curve concave to -the east apd
having, a radius of 130.00 fept;
thence Northeasterly, along .the arc
of said curve, 7.85 feet as measured
along a chord having a bearing',of
North 01�23'58" East; thence South
89*40'10" West, .214.97 feet; thence
South 01�41'00" East, 100:03 feet;
thence North 89*40'10" East, 212;'39
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.50 acre, more or less,
AND -
A parcel of land lying within Sectjon
28, Township 6 South, Range .22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described,:as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of said Section 28; thence'
North 0�09'30" West, along the
Easterly boundary of said Section
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North Temple Avenue, North Wing, Bradford County, Florida. Being more the Southeast 1/4 of said Section Year 2009 Community Development includes the testimony and evi,-ane
L E G A LS Starke, lorida, during regular particularly described, as. follows: 28, a distance of 147.80-feet to the Block Grant project application is as upon which the appeal is to bhe
business hours. Commence at the Southeast corner Southerly right-of-way line of State follows: based.
6Continued from page 6A All persons are advised that if they of said Section 28; thence North Road 230; thence South 72018'00" The Community Development 7/8 Itchg-BCT
decide to appeal any decisions 0�09'30" West,. along the Easterly East, along the Southerly right-of-way Block Grant project is a housing'
made at the above referenced public boundary of said Section 28, a line of said State Road 230, a distance program. The County will undertake NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
8, a distance of 46.28 feet to the hearing, they will .need a record of distance of 46.28 feet to the Northerly of 42.44 feet to the intersection with housing improvements throughout SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
!ortherly right-of-way fine of Wilson the. proceedings, and that for such right-of-way line of Wilson Road; the Easterly right-of-way line of Colley the unincorporated area of the LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
.lKoad; thence South 89*40'10" West, purpose they may need to ensure that thence'South 89*40'10" West, along Road; thence South 01141'00" East;- County." The housing' improvements. Lien and intent to sell these vehicles .
* 4tong the Northerly right-of-way lineof a verbatim record of the proceedings the. Northerly right-of-way line of said along the Easterly right-of-way line will include hMusing rehabilitation/ on 07/29/2010, 10:00 am at 18536
aidWilson Road, 610.52 feet to the is made, which record includes the Wilson Road, 861.98 feet to the Point of said Colley Road, 543.38 feet to demolition and replacement. The US Hwy 301 N, STARKE, FL 32691-
.-Westerly right-of-way line of Harwilld testimony and evidence upon which of. Beginning; thence continue South the Point of Beginning; thence North total cost of the project is estimated 0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
"Street; thence North 00019'50" West, the'appeal is to be based. 89040 10" West, along the Northerly 88019'00" East,. 338.90 feet; thence . at $750,000 and 100.00 percent of .of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
along the Westerly right-of-way line 7/8 ltchg-BCT right-of-way line of said Wilson Road South 01*41'00" East 422.34 feet; the project beneficiaries will be low to TOWING &. RECOVERY, LLC.
of said Harwillo Street, 412.15 feet 100.00 feet; thence North 02*07'30" thence North 89036'40" West, 339.13 moderate-income persons. reserves the right to accept or reject
.t9 the beginning of a curve concave NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING West, 177.20. teet; thence South. feet to the Easterly right-of-way line A public hearing to provide citizens any and/or all bids.
to the East and having a radius. of CONCERNING AN 89*36'40" East, 105.56 feet; thence of said Colley Road; thence North an opportunity to comment on the 19UYA2248VL006678
;,30.00 feet; thence Northeasterly, AMENDMENT TO THE South 00*19'50" East, 175 79 feet to 01*41'00" West, along the Easterly application will be held in the Board 1997 ACURA
along the arc of said curve, 7.85 feet CITY OF STARKE LAND the Point of Beginning. right-of-way line of said Collby Road, of County Commissioners Meeting '101JC524Q27199900
,..s measured along a chord having DEVELOPMENT CODE Containing 0.41 acre, more or less. 410.09 feet to Point of Beginning. Room, County Courthouse located . 2002 CHEVROLET
A bearing of North 01 23'58" East, 'BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING AND Containing 3.21, acres, more or less. at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, 1HGCM82663A016883
,to the Point of Beginning; thence BOARD OF STARKE, FLORIDA, A parcel of land lying within Section AND Florida on July 15, '2010 at 6:30 * 2003 HONDA 7
!continue Northeasterly along the SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East, A parcel of'land lying within Section p.m., or as soon thereafter .as the . 7/8 ltchg-BCT
rc of said curve, 100.00 feet as PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY Bradford County, Florida. Being more 28, Township 6 South, Range .22 matter can (be heard. A summary
measured along a chord having a OF STARKE FLORIDA, NOTICE IS particularly described, as follows: East, . Bradford County, Florida. of the application is available for IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
hearing g of North 25009'59" East, a HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Commence at the Southeast corner Being more particularly described, review at the Officeopfthe Community 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND. FOR
Distance of 97.55 feet; thence North the City of Starke Land Development of said Section -28; thence North as follows: Begin at the intersection Development Director at 925-E North . BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
� -759'36" West, 138.25 feet; thence Code, hereinafter referred to as the 0*09'30" West, along the Easterly of the Southerly right-of-way line 1.)mple. Avenue, ,Starke, Florida, GENERAL JURISDICTION
ibuth 88�19'00" West, 159.01 feet; LandDevelopmentCodeandSections boundary of said Section 28, a of State Road 230 and the Easterly telephone number (904) 966-6387. ^ DIVISION
S 'ence South 01�41'00: East 177.45. 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida distance of 46.28 feet to the Northerly right-of-way line of Colley Road; The public bearing is being conducted CASE NO: 59-2008-CA-00479
'Jeet; thence North 89*40'10" East, Statutes, as amended, objections, right-of-way line of Wilson Road; thence South 72018'00" East, along, in a hagdicapled accessible U.'S. BANK NATIONAL
.4.97 feet to the Point of Beginning, recommendations and' comments thence'South 89?40'10" West, along the Southerly right-of-way line of said location. Any handicapped person ASSOCIATIQN, AS TRUSTEE '
-14ontaining 0.91 acre, more or less, concerning the amendment, as the Northerly right-of-way line of said State Road 230, a distance of 500.00 requiring an interpreter for the hearing PLAINTIFf.
,ND * . described below, will be heard by the Wilson Road 761.98 feet to the Point feet; thence South 17042'00" West, impaired or the visually .impaired V ,
, parcel of land lying within Section Planning and Zoning Board of the of Beginning; thence corltinue South 400.00 feet; thence South 880�9'00" should contact Angela Cooper, KF STIE D. DICKENS; UNKNOWNA
-8, Township 6 South, .Range 22 City of Starke Florida, serving also as 89*40 10" West, along the Northerly West, 338.90 feet to the Easterly .Community. Development Director, .SPOUSE OF KRISTIE D.
'East, Bradford County, Florida. the Local Planning Agency of the City right-df-way line of said Wilson Road, right-of-way line of said Colley Road; at least five calendar 'days prior to DICKENS IF ANY; ELAINE F .
Being more particularly described, of Starke, Florida, at a public hearing 100.00 feet; thence North p0�10'50" thence North 01041'00" West, along the public hearing and an interpreter- GUNNER A/K/A ELAINE GUNNER,
as follows: Begin at the intersection on July 19, 2010 at 6:00 p.m., or as West, 175.79 feet; thence South .the Easterly right-of-way line of said will be provided. Any non-Engliph UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ELAINE
,0. the Northerly right-of-way line of soon thereafter as the matter can be *89�36'40" East, 48.02. feet; thence Colley Road, 543.36 feet to the Point speaking person wishing to attend F. GUNNER A/K/A ELAINE
. ilsob Road and the Easterly right- heard, in the County Commission South 38*54'16"' East, 83.37 feet; of Beginning, the public hearing should contact GUNRER IF ANY; ANY AND ALL
,.4-way line of Colley Road; thence Meeting Room, County Courthouse, thence South Ob*19'50" East, 110.00 -Containing 4.55 acres, more or less. Angela Cooper at Iqast five calendar UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
% 4orth 01041'00" West, along 'the located at 945 North Temple Avenue, feet to the Point of Beginning. All said lands containing 12.17 acres, days prior to the public hearing .BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND .
Vasterly right-of-way line of said Starke, Florida, ' Containing 0.38 acre, more or less. more or less. and a- language interpreter will be . AGIST THE HEREIN NAMED
-Colley Road, approximately 187.06 LDC '10-01, an application by the AND ' The public hearing may be continued provided. Any handicapped person. INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
fef; 'thence Easterly, approximately City Commission, to amend the text A parcel'of land lying within Section to- ohe or more future dates. Any requiring special accommodation a% WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
S71.09 feet; thence South 02*07'30" of the Land Development Code by 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East; interested party shall be advised .this public hearing should contact DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
�,ast, 177.20 feet to the Northerly amending Section 1-12 entitled, Bradford County, Florida. Being more that the date,' time and place of any Angela Cooper at least five calendar UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM-
'ight-of-way line of said Wilson Road; Definitions by amending the definition particularly . described, as follows: continuation: of the public hearing days prior to .the public hearing. To AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
Ience South 894010" West, along of Sign; to delete in its entirety Commence atthe Southeastcorner of shall be announced. duing the .access a Telecommunication Device HEIRS, DEVISEES, GIANTEES OR
e Northerly right-of-way line of said Section 7-7 entitled,' Nopconfdrming said Section 28; thence North'0�09'30" public hearing and that n9 further for Deaf (TOD), please call (800)955- OTHER CLAIMANTS; JOHN DOE
l... sOrit Road, approximately 164.81 Signs; to amend Section 6-23 West, along the Easterly boundary'of notice concerning the matter will be 8771. AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
Vettothe intersection of the Northerly entitled, Prohibited signs, by deleting said Section 28, a distance of 46.28 published. A training session on Fair Housing TENANTS IN POSSESSION.
tpgbt-of-way line of said Wilson Road certain prohibited signs, prohibiting feet to the Northerly right-of-way At the aforementioned public hearing, and) unlawful or discriminatory . DEFENDANT(S) 3
the Easterly right-of-way line of an sign to be nailed to power line of Wilson Road; thence South all interested .-parties may appear* housing practices will . be held NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE.
id Colley Road and the Point of es, and prohibit freestanding or 89040'10" West, along the Northerly to be, heard, with respect to the immediately preceding ' the public SALE
nainning 071 acre. ground commercial signs adjacent right-of-way line of said Wilson Road, amendment. . hearing to be held on July 15, 2010 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
tanng 0.71 acre, re or less. to residentially zqned land; to amend 610.52 feet to the Westerly right-of- Copies of the emendment- are at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as to a Sum ary Final Judgment of
'' of n within Sect on Section 6-2 entitled, Nonconforming way line of Harwillo Street to the Point available for public inspection at the matter can be heard, in the Board ForeclosureT dated- July 1, 2010,
arcel of land lying within Section Signs by deleting the provision of Beginning; thence continue South the Bradford County-City of Starke of County Commissioners Meeting entered inCivil Case No. 59-2008-
, ownship 6 South, Rage22 East, which .allows nonconforming signs 89*40 10" West, along the Northerly Zoning, 'Planning and Building Room, County Courthouse 4loated' ,CA-00471 of the Circuit Cou of the 8t
e adford County, Florida. seing more to continue until the real property on right-of-way line of said Wilson Road, Department located at 945 'North at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, . Judicial Circuit in and for BRIDFORD
rticularly . described, as follows: which they are located is redeveloped 151.48 feet; thence North 00*19'50" Temple Avenue. Courthouse North .Florida. J . . County, Starke, Florida, I will sell to
"'dmmence at the intersection of the or the real property on which the sign West,' 110.00 feet; thence North Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular The following disclosures have bedn the highest and best bidder for cash
.ortherly right-of-way line of Wilson is located is sold or transferred; to 38*54'16". West, 83.37 feet; thence business hours. . made pursuant to Section 102-of in the LOBBY' of the Courthouse 'at
pOad and the Easterly right-of-way delete in its entirety, Section 6-25, North 01�41"00" West, 144.86 feet;, All persons are advised that if-they there HUD Reform Act of 1989. The the BRADFORD County Courthouse
' of. Colley Road; thence North entitled, Exemptions; to amend thence North 89*40'10" East, 212.39 decide tgo appeal any decision made disclosures are available at the Office. located at 945 North Temple Avenue
� *1�41'00 West, along the Easterly Section 6-30 entitled, Sign Permits feet to the Westerly right-of-way line at the above referenced public of the Community Development in Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.. on the
ignht-of-way line of said Colley Roa by deleting the provision which allows of said Harwillo Street; thence South hearing, they-will-need a record of Directorlocatedat925-ENorthTemple 5h day of August, 2010, the following
approximately 187.06 feetto the Point lawfully erected signs to be repainted 00019'50" East, along the Westerly the proceedings, and that, for such Avenue, Starke, Florida. These described property as set forth in said
SB nnei.g n ; thence continue North or repaired without a new sign permit; right-of-way. line of. said Harwillo. purpose, they may needto ensurethat disclosures will be available on and Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
01.41 00 West, along the Easterly to delete exceptions from permitting; Street, 99.27 feet; thence South a verbatim reigrd of the proceedings after July 22,2010 and shall continue LOT 4, BLOCK 2,. EASTWOOD,
right-of-way line of said Colley Road. to amend the sign permit application 01 05'37" West, along the Westerly is made, whi -record includes, the to be available for a minimum period ACCORDING TO T*HE MAP OR
*pproximately 43.53 feet; thence provisions; to amend the sign permit right-of-way line of said Harwillo testimony and evidence uponr.which of six years. PLAT. THEREOF AS RECORDED
-'th 8936'40 East, approximately application review provisions; to Street, 220.80, feet to the Ppint of the appeal is to be based. - 1. Other government (federal, state, IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 16,
-0328.11 feet; thence South 0141'00, amend the sign permit fee provisions; Beginning. 7/8 1tchg-BCT and local) assistance to the project PUBLIC.RECORD, OF BRADFORD
.East, approximately 54.21 feet; to amend sectionn 6-32 entitled, Containing 1.50 acre, more or less. . N in the form of a gift, grant, loan, COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING MORE
fencee North 89*36'40" West, 339.13 .Appellate Decision Deemed Final, AND i n NOTICE OF PULIC guarantee, insurance 'payment, PARTICULARLY DTESCRIBED AS
et .o the Easterly right-of-way line Subject to Judicial Review by deleting A parcel of land lying within Section ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING rebate, subsidy, credit tax benefit,. SUBDIVISION- OF A PORTION OF
of sadColley Road and the Point of appellate judicial review by a Circuit 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 OF THE NORTH FLORIDA or any other form of direct or indirect THIE SW % OF -NE -, SECTION
e inin -- mo or Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit East, Bradford County, Florida. BROADBAND AUTHORITY benefit by source and amount; *, 33, TOWNSHIP .6 SOUTH, RANGE
containing g 0.37 acre, more or less. and deeming final the -appellate Being more particularly described, as OPERATIONS COMMITTEE 2. The identities and ecuniary 22 . EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
l said lands containing 4.78 agres, decisions of the City Commission; follows: Commence at the Southeast TheNorthFloridaBroa'dbandAuthority interests of all ' developers, FLORIDA. .
.-moreor lessI. to' to delete in its entirety Section 6-33 corner of said Section 28; thence ("NFBA") announces a meeting ofthe contractors, or consultants involved Any person*claiming an interest in
..'rom PUBLIC o QOMMERCIAL . entitledi. Ir General; to delete in its North 0�09'30" 'West, along the NFBA Operations Committee that in the application for assistance or in the-surplus from the sale, if any, other
i o parcel of land lying within Section entirety "Section 6-34 entitled, All Easterly boundary of said *Section all interested persons are invited to the planning or development of the than the property owner as of the date
,,Township 6 South, Range 22 East, Districts; to amend Section 16-35 28, a -distance of 46.28 feet to the attend. The NFBA is a legal entity and . project or activity; .. of the lis pendens, niust file a claim
ford County, Florida. ing ore entitled, Residential and Residentially Northerly right-of-wa'y line of Wilson public body created pursuant to the 3. The identities 'and pecuniary within 60 days after the sale., .
aticu.lary described, as follows: Zoned Districts to allow only one Road; thence South 89040'10" West, provisions of Section 163.01, Florida interests of any other persons with, Dated this 1$ day of July, 2010.
.tmbnce at the Northwest comer wall and ground sign for each point alon� the Northerly right-of-way line of Statutes, and an Interlocal'Agreement a pecuniary. interest in the project ". RAY NORMAN
StheSoutheast 1/4 of the Southeast of access from an existing _public. said Wilson Road, 610.52 feet to the among Baker, Bradford, Columbia, that can reasonably be expected to Clerk of the Cirquit Court
,, ' said Setin 28; ithec efuI-4 ..dw f 3y,ibdivisions, WesterLy,tight-ofTway,.lineaf Harwillo - Dixie;.,Gjlchrit,t1Hazltpnt,,Jefferson, exceed..$50,00,or.,10%of the. grant ' By: Lisa Brannon
'1riudh". 'h e ~t. r4bi ti P '14do- le ents,,,.and ,Street; thencefNo.th .0,1 ,053Z". East, r.Lafayette, r ,LeW.Madison, cButnam, request (whichever is lower); .... . . .Deputy Clerk
S':'. S theast.^ . . '. ,. mobile home parks,. multi family along the. Westerly right-of-way line Suwannee, Taylor, Union and Wakulla 4. For those developers, contractors, THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
The southeast 1/4 of said Section including, apartments, duplex, of said Harwillo Street, 220.80 feet; Counties and municipalities of Cedar consultants, -property owners, or' STERN, P.A.-
28, a distance of147.80 feet to the condominium, townhouse or other thence North 00�19'50" West, along Key, Cross City, Lake City, Live Oak, others .listed in two (2) or three (3) ATTORNEY.FOR PLAINTIFF
"Southerly right-of-way line of State similar development;- to amend the Westerly right-of-way line of said Monticello, Perry, White Sprngs and above which are corporations, or 900 South Pine Island Road
toad 230; thence South .72018'00 Section 6-36 entitled, Commercial Harwillo Street, 99.27 feet to the Point Worthington Springs, Florida. The other entities, the identification and Suite 400
.as 'along the Southerly rightof-way and Industrial Zoned Districts by of Beginning; thence continue North NFBA's Operations Committee pecuniary interests by corporation, Plantation, F0,a33324-3920
ne of said State Road 230, a distance amending the. provisions for grounds 00019 50" West, along the Westerly 'meeting will be held at 11:00 a.m. on or entity of each oicer; director; (954)233-8000
f '42.44 feet to the intersection with signs and amending the provisions right-of-way line of said Harwillo Monday, July 12, 2010; at the Cabot principal stockholder, or other official IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
t Easterly right-of-way line ofColley for fascia or wall signs; to delete in Street, 92.15 feet to the beginning Lodge Board Room, 3726 SW 40th of the entity; " AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
Road; thence South 01041'00" 'ast, its .entirety Section 6-37 entitled, .of a curve concave to the east and BouTevard,- Gainesville, FL 32608. 5. The expected sources of all funds ACT, persons with disabilities needing
." : .ion the .Easterly right-ofway line Warqhouse, Warehousing, Industrial having a 'radius of 130.00 feet; The NFBA's Operational Committee/ to be provided to the project by each a 'special accommodation should
said Colley Road, 543.38 feet to and Industrially Zoned districts; to thence Northeasterly, along the arc meeting will be an organizational of the providers of those funds and' contact COURT ADMINISTRATION,
e Point of Beginning; thence North delete in its entirety Section 6-38 of said curve; 7.85 feet as measured meeting to elect officers. and conduct the amount provided; and . at the .BRADFORD County
88019 000 East, 338.90 feet; theice entitled, Removal of Unsafe Signs; along a chord having a bearing of general business of the committee. 6. The expected uses, o fall funds by. Courthouse at 904-966-6280, 1-800- .
South 01041' 00 East 422.34 feet; and to delete.in its entirety Section North 01023'58" East; thence South If a person -decides to appeal any activity and amount. 955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770,
thence North 89*36'40" West, 339 13 6.39 entitled .Substitution of Non- 89*40'10" West, 214.97 feet; thence decision Imade by the NFBA with A FAIR HOUSING/EQUAL :; vip Florida Relay Sbrvice.
,.'-et to e asterly nght-of-way ine Commercial Speech for Commercial South 01041'00" East, 100.03 feet; ,respect to any.matter considered at OPPORTUNITY/HANDICAP . . . 7/8 2tchg 7/15-BCT
of said Colley Road;o thence North Speech. ' ..thence North 89*40'10" East, 212.39 the meeting, such person will need a ACCESS JURISDICTION .O S I
041 - '00" West, along the Easter The public hearing-may be continued feet to the Point of Beginning. , , record of the proceedings and may . " 7/8 itchg-BCT. IOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
ht-of-way line of said Colley Roa , to one or more future dates Any Containing 0.50 acre, more or less. need to ensure that a ver atim record , NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN
0.09 feet to Point of Beginning. interested party shall be advised AND - is made, including the testimony and NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF THAT PURSUANT TO. A WRIT OF
containingg 3.21 acres. more or ess that the date. time and place of any A parcel of land lying within Section evidence upon which the appeal- QRDINANCE BY TI4HE TOWN - 'EXECUTION 'hereby issued out of
Aa of land I thin Secti continuation of the public hearing 28, Township 6 South., Range 22 is to be made. In accordance with COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF the County Court, Bradford County,
8 p.a.rc oe ld lyng wit Sei3 shajl be announced during 'the East, Bradford, County, F orida. the Amerlicns with Disabilities . BROOKER, FLORIDA Florida, Case No. 04-2t09-CA-227
28, T wnship 6 South, Ran 22 public hearing and ,that no further Being more particularly described, as* Act, persons needing special NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .that on 8/6/09 in the matter .Qf (Levy), I,
nast , Bradford County, Fodrida. notice concerning the matter will be follows: Commence at the Southeast accommodation or an interpreter to- an ordinance, which title hereinafter. Gprdon Smitff, As Sheriff of Bradford
Bein more particularly described, published. corner of said Section, 28; thence participate in.this proceeding or have appears, will be considered for' County, Florida, have levied upon
as follows: Begin at the intersection At the aforementioned public hearing, North 009'30" West, along . the any questions please contact Faith enactment by the Town council of all the right, title and interest of the
of tathe Southerly right-of-way line all interested parties may appear Easterly boundary of said Section Doyle, Clerk to the NFBA.Board at Town of Brooker, Florida, # a public defendpntts) Brad Hildreth to wit:
-Shtwayo line of Cote -Eas to be heard with respect to the 28, a distance of 46.28 feet to the (877) 552-3482 or (407) 629-6900; at hearing on July 20, 2010 at 7:00 p.m., 2004 White Ford F-150 Vin
i ht fo ay line Rf Coflley Road amendment. . Northerly right-of-way line of Wilson least one (1) business day prior to the or as soon thereafter as the matter 1 FTRW1 2W74KC76862
,ie South .erl ht. a st, a Copies of the amendment are Road; thence South 89040'10" West, date of the meeting'. can be heard, at the Town Council And on 08/P/10 in front of Bradford .
t Soauerly ritway o sa available for public inspection at along the Northerly right-of-way line of 7/8 1tchg-BCT Meeting Room, Town Hall, located County *Courthouse at 9:00 a.m., or
SRoad 230, a distance of 50000 the Bradford County-City of Starke said Wilson Road, 610.52 feet to the at 17435 Tetstone Avenue, Brooker, as soo thereafter a circumstances
NS rth'0 feet thence Sou th 1 88�190'00W Zoning,' Planning and Building Westerly right-of-way .line of Harwillo NOTICE OF SECOND PUBLIC Florida. Copies of saidordinance may' permit, I will offer the above described.
ei s3.0 0 feet tcothe Easterl Dd'partment located at 945 North- Street; thence North 00�19'50" West, HEARING AND STATEMENT be inspected b any member of the property for sale at public outcry and
et3f 9 flieet to th Col R Temple Avenue, Courthouse North .along the Westerly right-of-way line OF PROPOSED COMMUNITY ublic at the O ice of the Town Clerk, sell the same, subject to ALL prior
ec lrhnof said ColWey aRo Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular of said. Harwillo Street, 412.15 feet DEVELOPMENT BLQCK . .own Hall, located at 17435 Tetstone liens, if-any, to the highest and best
ne'Easterlnrinhthof 040 e afl business hours. to the beginning of a curve concave GRANT HOUSING PROJECT Avenue, Brooker, Florida, 'during. bidderforCASH IN HAND, plus Florida
tl Roas r43ihfat n th saint All persons are advised that if they to the "East and having a radius of Bradford County is' applying to the regular business hours. On the date3 Sales.Tax, if applicable, the proceeds
adnn decide to appeal any decision made 130.00 feet; thence Northeasterly, Florida Department of Community time and place first above mentioned, .to be applied as far as may tie to the
Bianning 4.5 a 'res moror ' ess at the above referenced public albng the arc of said curve, 7.85 feet -Affairs for a rant under the housing all interested persons may appear- payment of conts and satisfaction of
r!ii otiiANg. EtsXPT , e hearing, they will need a record of as measured along a chord having category in the amount of $750,000 and be heard, with respect to the the above described execution. The
SAnDrcel fand in within the proceedings, and that, for such a bearing of .North 01 23'58" East, under the Small Cities Community ordinance. . . above described property may be?
* Townshi-ln io^thn Rawihn Sec purpose, they may need to ensure that to the Point of Beginning; thence Development Block Grant Program. ORDINANCE NO. 2010,02 viewed up to. 30 mirmtes prior to the
radford PC 6ount, Ra ing e a verbatim record of the proceedings continue Northeasterly along the At least 70% of the funds must be AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF, scheduled sale timp. In accordance
'T,,icularny, d Flride a. filgm-ow is made, which record includes the arc of said curve, 100.00 feet as for activities that benefit low and' BROOKER, FLORIDA, RELATING with the American with Disabilities
srmenrat thedintfrool testimony and evidence upon which measured along a chord having 'a moderate-income persons. TO CHIANGING. THE LAND USE Act, persons needing a special �
lortherly riht-of-wat lintet of ^^ the appeal is to be based, bearing of North 25�09'59 East, a The cost and percentage of low CLASSIPICATION OF TEN OR LESS accommodation to participate. in
,oadreandr the, igh-of y rig of wi 7/8 1tchg-BCT distance of 97.55 feet; thence North and moderate-income- . persons' ACRES OF LAND ON THE FUTURE this proceeding shall contact the
J!ne of .Cole Roads rih-of-wayNo ' . 47�59'36" West, 138.25 feet;,thence benefiting from each project LANDUSEPLANMAPOFTHETOWN individual or agency sending notice
1 of4C1'OWesty ad; th^ne North NOTICE OF PUBLIC South 88�19'00" West, 159.01 feet; activity is as follows. The cost for OF BROOKER' COMPREHENSIVE not later than seven days prior to the
d .ht-of-way thence South 01'41'00" East 177.45 the temporary Relocation activity PLAN, PURSUANT TO AN proceeding at the address given on
Pa1groximatel-wy line ofes Cotey i . AN AMENDMENT TO THE' feet; thence North 89�40'10" East, is $5,000 with ,100.0% Jw- and APPLICATION, .CPA '10-1, BY THE notice. Telephone (904)966-2276.
i~ rBeoinninma-^te17e tonthe Poit CITY OF STARKE LAND 214.97 feet to the Point of Beginning, moderate-income persons benefiting TOWN COUNCIL, UNDER THE Gordon Smith As Sheriff
S 4O 0 inIiOesth ontie North DEVELOPMENT CODE Containing 0.91 acre, more or less. from this activity. The cost for the AMENDMENT PROCEDURES of Bradford.County, Florida
gbht-of-way00 west, aong thed EeleyR BY THE PLANNINQ AND ZONING AND Housing Rehabilitation/Demolition ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS By: Chuck Johnson, Deputy Sheriff
'j.ghtroximateln 43o53 feet th C ey BOARD OF STARKE, FLORIDA, A parcel of land lying within Section and Replacement activity is $632,500 163.3161 THROUGH 1t63.3215, 7/8'4tchg 7/29-BCT
.,pouth 89364 4.5 East henc . e SERVING ALSO AS THE LOCAL 28, Township 6 South, FRnge 22 with 10Q.0% low and moderate- FLORIDASTATUTESASAMENDED;
28.u11 feeth thencs^a, oppx',y PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY East, .Bradford County, Florida. income persons benefiting from this PROVIDING FOR A CHANGE IN . LEGAL NOTICE *
hast pal8r1oximateln 54u21 .feet. OF STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS Being more particularly described, . activity..Thecostfo'theAdministration THE LAND. USE CLASSIFICATION The FloridaWorks Dual County
'!J!Fece Nrth 89r 6'40oa Westl 4 .213t HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to as follows: Begin at the intersection activity is $112,500. The total FROM BRADFORD COUNTY Conso tium will hold a meeting on
W' B~epto the Easterly right-of-wt line the City of Starke Land Development ofthe Northerly right-of-way line of Community Development Bjock Grant RESIDENTIAL,LOWDENSITY(LESS Thursday, July 15, at 1:00 p.m. at
if said Colleto Road and the Po int of Code, hereinafter referred to as the Wilson Road and the Easterly right- gist for this 'project is $750,000 with THAN OR EQUAL TO 2 DWELLING FloridaWorks, 4800. SW 13th Street,
�esannind C Roa4 and the Point of LandDevelopmentCodeandSections of-way line of Colley Road; thence 'St least 100.0% low- and moderate- UNITS PER ACRE) TO TOWN OF Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
S!gntninig 037 acre more or less 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida North 01'�41"00" West, along the- income persons benefiting from this BROOKER RESIDENTIAL; LOW at 352-244-5148 with questions.
S;saidnands containi 73 aces. Statutes, as amended, objections, Easterly right-of-way .,ine of said project, ..... .. DENSITY (LESS THAN OR' EQUAL 7/8 tchg-BCT
lncoanninn .9 a recommendations andr comments Colley Road, approximately 187.06 The plan to minimize displacement TO 2 DWELLING UNITS PER AQRE)


Ital of said lands containing 1217 concerning ,tne amendment, as feet; thence Easterly, approximately of persons as a result of planned OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE
la7described below, will be heard .the '171.09 feet; thence South 02007'30" Community Development - Block CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
heubl hearing maybecontnued. Planning and Zoning Bard o the East, 177.20 feet to the Northerly Grant funded activities is to develop TOWN OF BROOPKER, FLORIDA; .Clc of 1Q70
; o1! e p hor ig m a e cte.in City of Starke Florida, serving also as right-of-way line of said Wilson Road; a Community Development PROVIDING SEVERABILITY;
itorited oart shall be date. Any the Local Planning Agency of the City thence South 89�40'10" West, along Block Grant project which will not REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
tn of Starke, Florida, at a public hearing the Northerly right-of-way line of said cause displacement of persons. CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN re nilOn in
i0~antindation of the ublic hearing on July 19, 2010 at 6:00 p.m., or as Wilson Road, approximately 164.$1 The proposed Fiscal Year 2009 , EFFECTIVE DATE Augus
i be announce pdunn? he soon-t hereafter as the matter can be. feet to the intersection of the Northerly Community Development Block Grant This public hearing may be continued A ust
S..lic 'bearn anuc that durng the heard, in the' County Commission right-of-way line of said Wilsop Road project wil not permanently displace to one or more future dates. Any 1
:lic hearing and the ato wither Meeting Room, County Courthouse, and the Easterly right-of-way line of any persons. interested party. shall be advised . The Bradford High School
i shed ui.es said continuation be located at 945 North Ter.ple Aenue, said Colley Road and. the Point of If for any reason persons are that the date, time and place o0 any Class of 1970 is planning its
ixcesheds sixuncalendss saiweekd continuation Starke, Florida. BegirIning. , permanently displaced as .a result continuation of this public h aring ar class reunion on Aug.
e six calendar weeks fom the Z 10-02, an application by Shands Containing 0.71 acre, more or less. of Community Development Block shall be announced during the 40-year class reunion on Aug.
ate of tarinhe above referenced puic Teaching Hospital & Clinics, Inc., AND G ' rant funded activities, assistance. public hearing and tHat no further 28 at the Gov. Charley Johns
At the aforementioned ublic hearing. to amend the Zoning Map of the A parcel of land lying within-Section will be provided . to displaced notices regarding this matter will b . Conference Cenfter, with a get-
all inthe aforementioned public hearing, Land Development Code to change 28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East, persons as 'required under 24 Code published. A' '
o ibeested piese may par the zoning district from SINGLE Bradford County, Florida. Being more of Federal Regulations 42, United All persons are advised hat, if hey together also planned for Aug.
Sbmendment respect to the FAMILY, EDIUM DENSITY (R- particularly described, as follows: States Department of Housing and decide to appeal any decions ade 27.
ie' s of the amendment are iC) to COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL Commence at the Northwest corner Urban Development regulations that at this public hearing, they will need'.' For further details, please
plopiable for ublic nmecon are (B-2) on the property described, as of the Southeast 1/4 of the Southeast implement the Uniform Relocation a record .of the. proceedings and,
iaBradford ountybli inspection at follows: 1/4 of said Section 28; thence South Assistance, and Real Property for such purpose, they may need t44 call 904-964-6830 or 904-964-
ihe Bradford outmnty-City of Starke A parcel of land lying within Section. 01030'30" East, along the Westerly Acquisition Policies Act of 1970. ensure that a verbatim record of the '7195.
.,iing Departiment located at 945 '28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East, boundary of the Southeast 1/4 of A Statement of the proposed Fiscal proceedings is made,' which record








9A. Bradford County Telegraph. Thursday, July 8, 2010


Continued fro
; Crusaw ha
ehevrolet pic]
stop sign at the
washed into th
2008 Jeep SUV
Hurst Norris, 23
,Although El
administered C]
4as later pror
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Was her 10-moi
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ftnsported to S
0ainesville wit]
and later release
'Bobly Joe H
gor in the pick
received minor
brash.
t- In , the mean
. - ith Union Coi
lion and the Rec
al Center were
scene to establish
ch for Crusa
As scene
oug York said
Crusaw for seven
which time seven
ies of the man
.ene. York sai
"the situation and
ly 2:30 a,m. th
l decided to _h
Sand dpwn.
There were
tpgardifg that
because Norris
their own: she
tJCI and her hus
iloyed with thi
orrections. Ho
,;: Z


.....- - --.. ---hestaii-by his decision.
"We knew who we were after,
om page 1A and he has a lot of family in the
area. Was he going anywhere?
d run his 1989 Likely not. Several witnesses
kup through a saw him driving recklessly, and
intersection and yes, he left the scene of a crash
ie left side of a that resulted in a death. Howev-
driven by Jodie er, as scene commander, I have
3, of Starke. a responsibility to the innocent
MS arrived and victims as well as the suspect.
PR to Norris, she Based on the information I was
bounced dead at receiving from the K-9 units and
eling with Norris from Crusaw's family, it was the
nth-old daughter, right decision at the time," said
4orris. Hydee was York.
hands Hospital in York said he never lost sight
h serious injuries of what the priorities were" cap-
ed. turning Crusaw and maintaining
ill, 19, a passen- professionalism and the integrity
up with Crusaw, of law enforcement. He immedi-
injuries in the ately created "wanted" flyers and
sent them out across the wire of-
time, K-9 Units fearing a reward for iniformation-
'rectional Institu- on Crusaw's location.
eption and Medi- "This was not a dangerous fu-
dispatched to the gitive such as a serial killer and
h a perimeter and -by backing down, it would even-
aw. tually flush him out," York said.
commander, Lt. He was correct, because at 11
the dogs tracked p.m. that same evening, Crusaw
;ral hours, during contacted the Alachua .County
eral family mem- State Attorney's Office and
showed up at the turned himself in at his chosen
d that he assessed safe haven, Shands Hospital.
d at approximate- Florida Highway Patrol Sgt.
ie next morning, Miller and homicide investigator
ave the K-9 units Cpl. E.R. Williams-arrived at the
hospital at approximately 4 a.m.
mixed emotions July 4 and placed Crusaw under
call, - especially arrest-for fleeing and eluding.
had been one of Crusaw is currently being held at
was employed at the Alachua County Jail without
sband is also em- bond. He faces additional pend-
e Department of ing charges in Union County, in-
wever, York said excluding vehicular homicide.


Although the search was called
off hours after the crash, Union
County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
said he commends the efforts
of the K-9 units and stands by
York's decision.
"Crusaw is in custody and
there were no additional injuries
or harm," he said.
It was not immediately known
why Crusaw had chosen to flee
the scene, however, a check of
records revealed that he had a
suspended license from his fail-
ure to pay various traffic viola-
tions in Union, Columbia and
Alachua counties. Crusaw also
has a criminal history in Union
County dating back to 2005 in-
volving assault, battery, felony
possession and grand theft auto.
Funeral services for Nor-
ris were held at Archer Funeral
Home on July 6. A clerk-typist at
UCI, she graduated from Union
County High School in 2005.
Norris is survived' by her hus-
band, Chris Norris and daughter
Hydee Norris of Starke, mother
Naomi Nicholas Hollingsworth
of Providence and father Joseph
Scott Hurst of Lake Butler.
She is also survived by three
sisters: Patricia Ford and Britt-
ney Hurst of Providence and
Brandy Holmes of Lake City, as
well as three stepsisters and two
stepbrothers: Aimanda Martinez
and Grace Willis of Lake City,
Maranda Stewart and Johna-
than Stewart of Lake Butler and
Dustin Hollingsworth of Key-
stone Heights. Paternal grand,
parents are Barbara Keene of
Lake Butler and Lowell Nicholas
of Ocala.


Rotary Club installs new officers


This past Rotary year the local club continued to fund scholarships to Santa Fe
College for Bradford County graduates, Increased support to the Bradford Ecumenical
Food Pantry, purchased a shelter box for a large family in Haiti after the earthquake,
purchased the Bradford Middle School girl's volleyball team new uniforms, supported
Boy Scout Troop 70, helped with a fundralier for the high school baseball team and
the Cystic Fibrosis walk, and supported Rotary International's polio eradication
program and other projects. Pictured are Starke Rotary's new officers, including (1-r)
Outgoing President Mike Lee, Board Member Kevin Miller, President Wayne Vinson,
Board Member Jessie Myers, Treasurer Kim Oxley, Secretary Paul Sanders, Board
Member Bob Kearce,. Board Member Elzie Sanders and Sergeant at Arms John Smith.


Re Ipl advocate seeking additional volunteers to
-.: .- - .identify;,investigate ahd resolve
for the elderly residents' concerns. Special.
; Florida's Long-Term Care trainingand certification is pro-,
DOmbudsman Program-needs-vol- -vided.
unteers-to-join.its corps of dedi- All interested individuals who
Icated advocates who protect the care-about protecting the health,
Tights of elders residing in nurs- - safety, welfare andrights of long-
ing homes, assisted living facili- term care facility residents-who
ties and adult family care homes. often have no one else to advo-
The program's local councils are cate for theni-are encouraged


to call toll-free .1-888-831-0404
or visit the program's Web site at
ombudsman.myflorida.com.
The local council meets on July
15 at Haven Hospice of North
Central Florida, 4200 N.W. 90th
Blvd. in Gainesville to discuss
the program's current activities
and give the public a chance to
provide comments about long-
term care facility issues. These


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Strickland lands pastoral position at Hope Baptist


Georgia native has
served as pastor for
16 years after
putting aside pro
fishing aspirations
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The last tournament Larry
Strickland fished may have
resulted in.no fish, but there
was a catch-only it was
Stickland taking the bait as
God called him not only into a
renewed involvement in
church but into service as a
pastor.
" Much like Simon Peter and,
Andrew followed Jesus, who
promised he would make them
fishers of men, Strickland, the
new pastor at Hope Baptist
Church, put aside his dreams
of becoming a professional
fisherman to net something
more important.
"Today, I want to win every
person to Jesus that I possibly
cat," Strickland said.
-Strickland, who is in his 17"
year as a pastor, became Hope
Baptist's pastor in late March.
It was'a meeting With friend
and evangelist Jack Yarbrough
that led to Strickland sending a
resume to Hope. Strickland
andi his wife, Lillian, or Lil,
were visiting the cemetery
where their ! son-in-law was
buried. Yarbrough ,was there,
tooe visiting his parents'
graves.
_.Yarbrough, who.. has
preached services at Hope,
asked Strickland to pray about
sending a resume to Hope,
which had been under the
leadership of an interim pastor
for two years.
- What may have seemed like-
a chance encounter to some
was anything buit as fat as,,
Strickland is concerned.
" That's a God- thing,"
Strickland said. "God put us
two together. Then it .went"
from there."
Strickland was serving as the
pastor at Dean Forest Baptist
Church in Savannah, Ga; He
had been there 12 years, but
admitted things had, kind of
plateaued, which led to much
prayer by him and his wife as
to where God would have
them serve. Leaving Savannah
to-o to a small community in
BOadford County may seem
like a bit of a culture shock,
butln reality,.the community
surrtounding "'Hope is what
Strickland was really used to.
He describes himself as a
country boy who grew up in
thehGeorgia town of Ludowici.
'"When I came down here to
HIbpe, I felt like I fit right in,"
Strjickland, said. "I'm right
around the same kihd of
people. I grew up Wvith. I
believe that's one of the
reasons we hit it off so good.
We just connected,"
Strickland said, he hit the
ground running at Hope and
has not slowed since. Ie is
excited about some new
ministries 'he wants to get
started at the church' and
-moing forward into the
future-not under his
leadership, but under God's
leadership.
.jI told them to begin with,
as. long as we're following
Gd, we can't go wrong,"



LEGALS

S PUBLIC NOTICE
New office hours for Bradford
County Veterans Service Officer
are Tuesday and Thursday, 8 a.m.-
5. p.m. and Wednesday, 2 p.m.-6
p.m. The newly hired VSO is
Barbara Fischer of Union County.
7/8 ltchg-B-sect
PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular meeting of the
Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled for
JLiy 15th at 6:30 p.m. in the
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, Bradford .County
. Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda
may be obtained from the county
website www.bradfordcountyfl:gov
or from the office of County
Manager in the North wing of the
County Courthouse.
7/8 ltchg-B-sect


Strickland said. "That's my
mission here, to make sure we
continue to follow God and see
what God has in store for us."


It was following God that
led Strickland to realize what
God had in store for him was
to become a pastor. However,


it took a while for Strickland to
reach that point, as he initially
chose, to follow a different
path.


A feeling of renewal-
not once, but twice
,Strickland said his parents


did a good job of raising him
and instilling moral values.

See HOPE page 4B


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rnmliy Wheeler Faul

Faul graduates
from Saint Leo
.,University
�;,. Emily Wheeler Faul
:,; graduated from Saint ' Leo
University on May 1, 2010,
with' a master's degree in
..business administration. She
,also earned'' her' bachelor's
"degree -'in business
administrationin from Saint Leo
University in December 2006,
:,and is a former graduate of
. 'Santa Fe College and Bradford -
.;,High School.
� She plans to pursue.a career
teaching undergraduate
business, courses and later
plains to pursue a doctoral
degree in business
administrationio.


AndrewJackson Knight and Jennifer Blair Cruce
Cruce, Knight marry on April 24


Jennifer Blair Cruce and An-
drew Jackson (A.J.) Knight Jr.
were united in marriage on April
24, 2010. The wedding was held
at the home of the groom's sis-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Eric (Heather)
Hardin, in Lake Butler. Officiat-
ing was the bride's mother,
Sharon Wooding.
The bride is kthe daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Drew P. Wooding


Outdoorsmen's
ministry to
meet July 15 in


of Keystone Heights. The groom
is the son of Mr. Andrew Jack-
son (Jack) Knight St. of Brooker
and Mrs. Vicky Truett of Lake
Butler. Morgan .Wooding, the
bride's sister, served as maid of
honor, and the best man was
Travis Tetston6. .
A reception immediately fol-
lowed the ceremony.


month's meeting, which will
* include instructions, tips and
demonstrations.
An "outdoors" devotional
will .be presented during the
Inl'r � nart of the meet n2o


Sl Starke. which will conclude with prize
j Russell Clayton-Cornell Crosshorn Ministries, which drawings.
'isopen to men and boys of all Admission is free. Snacks
3 Clayton-Cornell ages .who love the outdoors, and drinks will be available.
S. . will be meeting Thursday, July For more information, please
-graduates basic 15, at 7 p.m. at the Stake Gol.-Pall JohnWhitfield at 352-475-
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Force basic training . at
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Antonio, Texas, on June 25,
2010.
kHe is the son of Jane Meres-
Christopher and Jason
ClaytorCo He is of Health Food Store in Keystone Heights,
grandson of Mr. and Mrs.. well established, well stocked with up to
Irving Meres Sr. of Starke, and
the great-grandson of Mr. and date merchandise. Turnkey Business.
SMrs. Oscar Davis of Starke. O ner retiring.
Owner retiring.
SInteractive ' Call after 6:00 pm - 352-473-0864
m murder-mystery
j dinner theater Economy Got You Down?
Sjcoming to Spend a while on the Nile!
Starke
'The Lake Region Plan a trip to "Ancient Egypt"
Community Theater will be with the whole family!
presenting , Lisa Patrick- . . O B__ -BLE-SCHOOL-
Wilkinson's "Eclipsed," July
23-25, at Chriss)'s Olde V.ATION BIBLE SCHOOL
P/Meeting House Cafe on Call
Street in downtown Starke. July 19-23 * 5:30-8:30pm
This is an audience-
partici pation mystery/comedy Each evening... Visit the Marketplace
that invites you to become the where you'll be-outfitted in period costumes,
celebrated guests of Lord and E
Lady Moon at the coveted eat dinner, experience Egyptian shops &
annual Moonlight Masquerade vendors. Visit an "EGYPTIAN TEMPLE",
; Charity Gala, where a .
diamond, Tiffany necklace is, Enjoy Rousing Games.
scheduled to be auctioned off. Visit Joseph, as God takes him
Tickets, which cost $25 for
dinner and show, will go on fromprison to palace.,
Sale Monday, July 5.
Seating is limited, so at
advance purchase is advised. FAITH PRESBYTERIAN
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Shenealse Williams and
Melvin RatcUff
Braylon Williams
Williams, Ratcliff Leui Smith Williams, for-
merly of Starke, and Shanekia
to wed July 17 Williams,,both of Putnam Hall,
Mr Isaac Williams of Char- annoimce the birth of their son,
lotte,' N.C., Mr. Thomas Ba\ Ion Maddox Williams, in
McCray, and, the ,ate'. May, Gaines\ilfe on Wednesday. June
Bright Mc Cra y of Lawd,..ate ' 30. 2010. He weighed 8 pounds
Bright M 'Ciay,, y- Law e',y , an,.- -. .. . .... ..
nounce the;engagement of their 12 Z ounces a id measured 20
daughter, Sheneaise ". IMaelean"- inches in length. -
Williams, to MeIi.n Timothy . -Hejoins ab.other, Keyshawn
Ratcliff, son of Mr.. and Mrs. Lev Williamsl Maternal; grand-
Thelbert Ratcliff of Atlanta, Ga.. parenis.are Wa ter Donley Jr and
Miss Williams is the 'grand- Kernry Lee DbnleN of Putnam
daughter of the late Bishop and ',: Hall.', : Maernal ' great-
Mrs. D.L. Bright of Lawtey, and -girandparents are Walter Donley
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Williams of Sr;, of 'SpedvilI.e and.. Katie
Sanford, and is a 1992 graduate Miiddle~onof PFutnam Hail.....
of Bradford High School, She:. Paternal grandparents are Ray
received her master's degree in' Smith and Netia Smith. and. Es-
counseling education, a certifi- ter Williams oi. Starke. Patemal
cation in educational leadership' great-grandparnts are Ruffie
from Florida A & M University. :. London ,.andl, .Rebecca Jones,
She is employed with the Cla\. .:London of Staike. ,
ton Count) Public School Sys-. .. . '.'
tern as an assistant principal. ' ..".. . . ; ' . -
Mr. Ratcliff received his mas-
ter's in social work from: the
University of. Southern Missis- Fl rida Tw
sippi and is a doctoral candidate A e 5.Beo e.
in curriculum studies. He is em-it U n-n at
plowed with the Cla ton County
Public School System as a social
worker,. .r"., July 9,
The %wedding will be held at .
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p.m. The reception will follpv at.
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Republican
committee
meets July 8
The monthly meeting of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee, which is
open . to ' all registered
Republicans, is Thursday, July
8, at 7 p.m. in the boardroom
at Capital City Bank in Starke.
Sen. Steve Oelrich (Disrict
14) and Deborah Cox-Roush,
the vice-chairman of the
Republican Party of Florida,
are the guest speakers.
The committee's.mission is
to seek out and elect good,
conservative,, Republican
candidates and work hard at
the grass-roots level to get
them elected. Republican
candidates running for local or
state office are encouraged to
attend the meeting, and speak
about their .campaigns. This
invitation is open to all
Republican candidates. even if
their races are non-partisan.
There are still openings for
county precinct chairman
and volunteers at the grass-
roots level. If you want to help
Republicans win in 2010.
please attend the July 8
meeting and bring a friend.

For more information,
contact Chairman David
Dodge at 352-222,8609,, or
visit the Web site
http://www.bradfordgop.org.





. Thursday, July 8, 2010 * TVelegraph, Times & Monitor B Section


Tornadoes to hit Starke Saturday with players' reunion


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It may be the players who
won the 1965 Class A state
championship for Bradford
High School who are
responsible for an upcoming
" reunion, but the group wanted
to include all Tornadoes,
regardless of when they
played, to attend a special
event at the Starke Golf and
Country Club this Saturday,
July 10, from 5 p.m. until 8
p.m.
A barbecue buffet will be
available at'the event, which
will also include speakers
* Derek Chipoletti-Bradford's
current head coach-and
David Hurse and Lennard
'Register-two of Bradford's
most successful coaches.
" The cost to attend the
reunion is $20. Call 9,04-796-
2205,'352-235-0249, 904-838-
'. 0913 or 352-283-6447 to see if
. room is still available and for
payment information.
Since the event is planned as
a gathering of Bradford players
of all eras, the Bradford
County Telegraph provides
some history regarding the
Bradford program, which took
to the field for the first time in
1928.. That first-ever team
struggled, going 0-5-1. In fact,
. in the program's first 10 years,
the Tornadoes- who used to
be the Purple Tornadoes-had
-just two winning seasons.
Bradford finished 500 or
better during a six-year stretch
from 1941 through 1946. A
formidable 1944 team went 9-
. 1, shutting out six opponents,
. and outscoring opponents 399-
S64. That team averaged 40
. points per game and defeated
Opponents by 'an average
| margin of 34points.
S Overall, the Bradford
program has a 462-320-29
i record since 1928. (No teams
were fielded during 1935-37.)
During:, that ., span, the
* Tornadoes have qualified for
the playoffs-which weren't
- instituted until the early 1960s
. when Hurse was head coach-
-. 13 times.,(This figure does not
S include postseaspn .bowl


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The 1965 Class A champion Tornadoes consisted of: (front row, I-r) Donnie Falcon, Dwight Elder, Butch Redding,
Steve Tilley, (second row, I-r) Jim Godwin, Eddie Douglas, Richard Crews, Calvin Varnes, Mickey Agner, Douglas.
Conner, Ronnie Tomlinson, (third row, I-r) Harry Hatcher, David Shannon, Roger Chilson, Randy Joyner, John
Spengler, Jimmy Blackshear, Eddie Stancil, (back row, I-r) Marlie Sanderson, Wayne Blankenship, Joey Reese,
Andy Mayton, Larry Connell, Ronnie Newman, Leaton Morgan and Johnny Bradley,


games.) Bradford holds a 15-
11 mark in the playoffs,
qualifying in 1965, 1966,
1974, 1975, 1976, 1984, 1985,
1990, 1993, 2000, 2001,'2003
and 2004.
Bradford won state
championships in 1965 and.
1966 under Hurse, who would
later guide the Tornadoes to
one more championship
appearance in 1985-a 28-20
loss to Bartow. Bradford fell
one game' short of the
championship game in 1990
under. Hurse, 2003 under
Rowland Cummings -and 2004
under Chad Bankston.
Cummings and Hurse are
two coaches in Bradford
history who have won more
than 60 percent of their games.
Hurse coached 28 seasons,
winning 63 -percent of his
games (193-107-6 record).
Clmmings, in four seasons,
won 66 percent (31-16).
J.C, Hobbs won 66 percent
.(57-27-3) of his games in nine
seasons, while Ali Werneke
won 67 percent '(21-11) in


three seasons.
Register has the highest
' mark, winning 75 percent (55-
14-4) in seven seasons.
Hobbs, Register and Hurse
are the only coaches in
Bradford history to have
coached longer than four
years.
Chipoletti is Bradford's 21s"
head coach.. The other head
coaches through the years
were: (first name not known)
Ray (1928), .Elmer lhrig
(1929), N. Broward Lovell
(1930-31), C.W. Larson (1932-
33), Donald MacQueen
(1934), J.W. Whittimore
(1938-39), Bill Stephens
(1940), Paul Parks (1941),
Woodrow Riser (1942), Hobbs
(1943-44), Carson Geiger
(1945-47), Hobbs (1948-54),
Register ' (1955-61), Hurse
(1962-1990), Werneke (1991-
93), Randy Watson (1994-95),
Eric Schuster (1996), Scott
Wilson (1997-99), Cummings
(2000-03), Bankston (2004-06)
and Steve Hoard (2007-09).


Tornadoes won 2 state
titles, played for a third
Bradford put together its
third and fourth undefeated
seasons in seven years, the
result of which was two Class
A state championships in 1965
and 1966.
At the conclusion of the '65
season, Nlurse was quoted in
the Telegraph as saying, "We
'thought the worst we would be
would be 8-2, and with a little
luck, we could go all the way."
The Tornadoes did go all the
way, defeating Wauchula
Hardee 39-0 in the Class A
final to.cap a 12-0 season.
It was another dominating
performance for a defense that
finished the year giving up an
average of three points a game.
The Tornadoes were strong
from the start, holding Hardee
to minus-3 yards on nine plays
in the first half. Overall,
Bradford recovered three
Hardee fumbles.
The offense scored three
touchdowns in the first half


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game's final 10 minutes.


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Quarterback Donni.e Falcon
rushed for 65 yards and one
touchdown on 10 carries,
while completing 15"-of-21
passes for 226 yards and three
touchdowns. Eddie Douglas
had two of those touchdown
receptions, finishing with
seven catches for 112 yard
Joey Reese caught Falcu,.
other scoring toss.
Douglas' number of
receptions is fifth most in
finals history, while Falcon's
number of completions ties
him with many others for
* ninth. Falcon is also tied at 26th
foremost passing yards in finals
history.
Mickey Agner rushed for 83
yards and one touchdown on
15 carries, while David
Shannon added a touchdown
run.
Of the three state
championship games, Bradford
won by the highest margin,
though neither of the other two
games was close. Miami beat
Melbourne 44-12 for the 2A
title, while Holmes County
defeated Eustis 32-0 in the
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r Beware who you
vote for
Dear Editor:
My name is Richard Cun-
ningham M.D. and I was the
founding chairman of the Board
of Trustees and served in this
capacity., for 15 years at North
SFlorida Regional Hospital in
""Gainesville, which is widely
- recognized as an excellent hos-
� pital providing service to this
community for the paying and
the non-paying patients. This
hospital is a subsidiary of Hospi-
tal Corporation of America
(HCA). I also served on the
HCA Board of Governors for
nine years. I have no financial
interests in HCA.
I would like to add a personal
perspective of Rick Scott and his
. campaign. I also knew Rick
., Scott.
HCA was founded by Dr.
Thomas F. Frist, his son, Dr.
Thomas F. Fri.st Jr., and Mr.
Jaek, Massey, a-UF alumnus, all
witlth igh ethical and humanitar-
" ian standards. This is the reason
- that. they were asked to build
North Florida Regional Hospital
,. here in Gainesville and this was
b; the culture of our hospital, its
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future he will bring to our state.
A- leopard doesn't change his
spots, and I don't think that he
will either. Passing the blame is
what corrupt people do.
In my memory, we have al-
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we don't need to change that-
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Richard Cunningham, M.D.
Gainesville


Thank you...just
two little words
Dear Editor:
The families of Samantha
Norman and Alyssa Mann want
to say "thank you" to the Riders
of the Word Sunday school class-
'for. the fun day at .he.horse
arena.
Living in ai rural community
with a child who has a disability,
it is a challenge for us as parents
to get our children involved in
"normal" activities. Melissa
Johns and all of the volunteers
were so kind and caring. They
went out of their way to make
sure the children had a great
experience. It was like the dis-
abilities did not exist for a little
while and our children were like
any other child, enjoying time
with horses. Samantha and
Alyssa had a great time riding,
grooming and .feeding the
horses. It made then both smile
in ways that we haven't seen in
a while.
Tina Mann Family
Lonnie Norman Family
Lake Butler


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they go underground
and out of kindness
that's where they stay.
Libby Houston


HOPE
Continued from Page 1B


Stewart.
Salvation brought an God in the church.'"
exciting newness to his life, Getting back into church
Strickland said, but he was not' was a life-changing
attending church like he should experience, one which he
have been. compared to getting saved. He
"I had started bass fishing," and his wife became involved
Strickland said. "I started with.teaching a Sunday school
competition fishing in class and then eventually took
tournaments-open as well as over their church's youth
club tournaments. I was doing ministry.
pretty good. I thought I was "I was never the same,"
going to become a professional Strickland said. "My whole
bass fisherman." outlook on life changed. I went
The path to professional from eating, sleeping and
status seemed to lay before breathing fishing to eating,
him. Several angler-of-the- sleeping and breathing the
year awards seemed to attest to ministry."
that. Strickland, though, said Still, Strickland admitted it
he began experiencing the was a shock when he received
conviction to get back into the call to be a pastor. He
church involvement with his questioned why God 'would
family. want to use somebody like
It was not until Strickland him.
fished a tournament on Lake "I felt like I was so
Sinclair in Milledgeville, Ga., inadequate to be in such a high
that he came to terms with position," he said.
what he felt he needed to do However, Strickaind, who
with his life. Strickland was went on to obtain degrees from
paired with a young man who Southern Bible Institute and
was a novice fisherman, yet Seminary and Covington,
that novice caught limits of Theological Seminary, came to
fish during the multiple-day the realization that God can
tournament, while Strickland use anybody. in any position.
caught none. His role was not-and is not-
"It just hit me," Strickland to question God, but to trust.
.said. "I'm out of place. This is and obey God. By doing so,
wrong." Strickland views his role in the
At the tournament weigh-in, ministry as less of a command
Strickland announced his plans and more of a desire.
to the crowd. * "We've got a saying around
"I stepped up to' the here," he said. "It's not good
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However, they were not saved
and did not send him to
church. Church did not enter
the picture until Lil, his high
school sweetheart, did.
, "I wasn't saved when I met
my wife-to-be," Strickland
said. "One of the stipulations
of me being able to date her
was to go .to church. That's
where I met Christ, when I was
going to church with my
girlfriend."
-Strickland, who got saved at
Elim Baptist Church in
Ludowici, and Lil married
after high school. They raised
-io children-Larry Jr. and
Lynnette-while Strickland
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with his wife,
Lil, is the new
pastor of Hope
Baptist Church
, 1 after pastoring
i 16 years at two
Georgia
churches.
Strickland was
V called to the
ministry after
giving up quest
Sto become pro-
, . fessional bass
fisherman.




pastored there for four years
before moving to Dean Forest
Baptist in Savannah.
Strickland said he wasn't
used to the "city folks" of
Savannah, but he pastored at
Dean Forest for 12 years,
watching the church grow and
people get saved.
"You see, God took me, to
the city from the country and
kind of grew me up a little
bit," Strickland said. "Then he
brought me back home, so to
speak."

Home at Hope
It may be approximately 150
miles from the home church he
grew up in and first pastored
at, but Hope Baptist feels just
like Elim Baptist to Strickland.
From his first meeting with
members of the church's
pastor search committee to a
get-together at which he met
church members before
actually pastoring there, he
experienced a bond and good
fellowship.
"Basically, from the very
time we put eyes on one
another, everybody kind of hit
it off," Strickland said.
Besides the fact the people
there were much like he was in
terms of their backgrounds,
Strickland said the church
members share his passion for
ministering to others and
working together to do so.
A , i llingness to work
togethere is what excites
Strickland. In fact, that is what
a church is supposed to do, he
said. The church and its
members are one body in Jesus'
Christ. The church, he said, is
composed of different
branches, but all branches
should lead from one vine-
Jesus Christ.
"In John 15, Jesus says, 'I
am the vine. You are the
branches.' These branches
need to be pulling from that
vine, bearing fruit," Strickland
said.
"My purpose and my vision
here is to make s ire all of
those branches are pulling
from that vine, which is Jesus,
and bearing the fruit that he .
called us to bear together."
Strickland has gone from
landing fish to bearing fruit,
but he wouldn't have it any
other way. He still fishes-and
hunts-but it's nothing like it
was before. Now, it's
something to be done in his
spare time.
"When I get a day off, it's
going to be a day to spend with
my family first," Strickland
said. "Then, if I've got spare
time, I'm going hunting or
fishing, but this is the good
thing about it-my family
likes to fish and hunt. My wife
*goes with me. I hook up to the
boat and she and my grandkids
are in it. They're ready to go."
Likewise, Strickland was
ready to go when God created
the series of events that led to
him becoming the pastor at
Hope. Making the move from
his home state and from a
church where he had been for
more than 10 years did not
worry him.
"I've always said God never
makes mistakes," Strickland
said. "If you wait on God and
allow God.to move you, he's
going to put you exactly where







Thursday, July 8, 2010 * Telegraph, Times 6 Monitor B Section 5


HISTORY
Continued from Page 3B

Class B game.
The road to the state title
game in '65 began with a 24-0
win over Baker County to start
the regular season, which saw
,,the Tornadoes shut out five
.,opponents. Bradford built its
momentum with wins over
Santa Fe (28-6), St. Augustine
(13-6), Orange Park (41-0),
.New Smyrna Beach (51-14),
Palatka (26-7), Suwannee (34-
0), Fernandina Beach (28-0),
Columbia County (6-0) and
-CClay (33-6).
I In the first *round of the
playoffs, Bradford punched its
ticket to the championship
game by defeating Auburndale
14-7.
A lot of. the players who
came up so big in 1965 were
goneoe in 1966, having
,"graduated. Still, the Tornadoes
won their second straight state
title, going 11-0-1.
Bradford avoided two
2 defeats during the regular
season by . scoring late
, ,touchdowns in a 7-7 tie against
Suwannee and a 23-20 win
over Columbia County.
. The Tornadoes outscored
,N14their first six opponents 232-
* ,25: Baker County (26-0),
, Santa Fe (42-0), St. Augustine
S(390), Oake Ridge (27-6),
New Smyrna Beach (58-13)
and Palatka (40-7). After the
tie against Suwanee, Bradford
0? defeated Fernandina Beach 40-
6. The regular season was
capped with a 25-14 win over
UvOrange Park, which followed
"bthe close victory over
e ,Columbia.County.
a In the first round of the
layoffs, the Tornadoes met up
1wvith their opponent from'
31965-Auburndale. This time,
Bradford won 24-7.
o, The win sent Bradford to the
Class . A title game.
CXQuarterback Wayne, McLeod
n ran for three touchdowns as
the Tornadoes defeated
SPlantation 20-6.
, Andy Mayton recovered .a
i Tumble at the Plantation 12 to
',bset up Bradford's first score,
W- while a 50-yard punt return by
Bill Belote to the Plantation 15
buset up the Tornadoes' second
score.
"' Pladitati rtMrn"d' the ball
,over opi, dod n , at. bn' 19
'late in the game to . set
Bradford up for its final score.
' Ni McLeod finished the game.
v..with .105 yards on 20, carries,


The 1966 team won a state championship as well. Pictured are: (front row, I-r) coach Mike Sexton, Joey Reese,
Ronnie Tomlinson, Leaton Morgan, Eddie Stancil, Roger Chilson, Jim Godwin, Larry Brown, Head Coach David
'Hurse, (middle row, I-r) coach Tony Griffith, Harry Hatcher, Wayne Blankenship, David Shannon, Wayne McLeod,
Randy Joyner, Andy Mayton, Marlie Sanderson, (back row, I-r) J. Roy Chasteen, Paul Smith, Billy Belote, Paul
McLeod, Tex Patrick, Plenn Gnann and Johnny Warren.


while Randy Joyner had 95
yards on 14 carries.
Joyner's total was the same
amount Bradford's defense
allowed the entire Plantation
team in regard to rushing
yards. Bradford's defense
created four turnovers and.held
Plantation to 17 yards in the
second half, ..
The only other time the
Tornadoes made it all the way
back to a state championship
contest was in 1985. Bradford
had a perfect season until
losing 28-20 to Bartow, which
gave the Tornadoes a 12-1
record.
It was . Bradford's first
undefeated .regular season
since 1966. The Tornadoes
defeated Williston 7-6 to start
the year,'but the rest .of the
regular season was not quite so
dramatic, with Bradford
beating Inverness Citrus (18-
0), Fernandina Beach (14-0),
West Nassau (35-13), Baker
County (21-0), North Marion
(37-10)', Bishop Kenny (35-7),
Paxon (42-�0, Tavares (35-0)
and Santa, Fe (28-0).
Bradford would meet up
with Citrus again in the first
round of the playoffs. This


in regulation that would've
won it, but a mishandled snap
would cause the contest to go
to overtime. '
The Tornadqes ' played
Tallahassee Godby in the
second round, winning .16-6,
w. which sent them to the Class
3A title game. Missed scoring
opportunities hurt the
Tornadoes in the 28-20 loss.
Bradford failed to score twice
with the ball at the Bartow 10..
Each team put together long-
scoring drives to start the
game. Bradford scored first,
marching 70 yards in seven
plays.. The drive was capped
by a Jones touchdown run.
Bartow tied 'the score
following a 71-3ard drive. The
Tornadoes then put together a
six-play, 75-yard drive. Jones
scored another touchdown ,to
put Bradford up, 13-7.
Bradford's last score-
which also provided the game
With its final points-came on
a touchdown pass from Frank
Long to Todd McLeod.'
Long, who was 12-of-24 for
218 yards, is tied at 25'. with
many others for most yards in
a finals game.
The game was the second.
closest of the . five


time, the .coqtept went into- -championship games. In the
overtime beforee Br dford",von ""'2A' game," Walton-- defeated
14-7 on a 10-yard touchdown 'Wildwood 7-2, while Baker,'
reception by Andy Jones. Escambia and Manatee won
Citrus attempted a 27-yard the A,, 4A and 5A titles by
field goal with 22 seconds left margins of 33, 20 and 28


points.

BHS fell i game shy of
O playing for other titles
The Tornadoes played for
the state championship three
times, but came within one
game of playing for three other
titles in 1990, 2003 and 2004.
Bradford. went 11-1 in'
1990-Hurse's final, season-
losing to eventual state champ
'Suwannee in the Class 3A
state semifinals.
The year began with a 24-16
loss to Wildwood, -but
Wildwood later had, to forfeit
the win, which resulted in
Bradford, taking a perfect
record into the postseason. The
'regular 'season consisted of
wins over Fernandina Beach
(33-0), Lee (32-22), Madison
County (34-1,4), Santa Fe (18-
1.4), Baker County (10-7),.
Paxon (42-14), Bishop Kenny
(48-20), Eastside (34-33) and
Interlachei (276). .
Bradford defeated Tampa'
Catholic 38-14-, to start the
postseason before running into
a Suwannee team that 'was
gunning for its fourth straight
state championship. The
Bulldogs defeated Bradford
38-0, churning out 355 rushing
Sardsand410Qi.euiaL.. .
'the 'Tr6 does managed just
87 yards and turned the ball.
over four times.
Madison County kept the


3 time periods show BHS at its best


a , CLIFFSMELLEY
BY CLIFF'SMELLEY
cmd Regional News/Sports Editor ".
bm Having a n inning season is
don't thing, but to put together a
n,-, winning season year after year
)o is really special.
� There are three notable
..'; periods in Bradford High
.id School history in which the
Tornadoes have had at least six
mto consecutive years of finishing
AJL. with a winning record: 1949-
ynr 6,6, 1971-78 and 1988-93.
bn
i 1949-66 .
" Bradford averaged' two
Zid losses per ,season from 1949
through 1966 under coaches
8't J.C. Hobbs, Lennard Register
M'i and David Hurse, compiling a ,
'- record of 137-42-8. Register
"' guided the Tornadoes to two
io straight undefeated seasons, a
bof feat later accomplished by
'' Hurse, which resulted ip the
j' Tornadoes' two state
Onr championships.
. Here's a look at some of the
numbers from each of those
seasons:
bl . ,1949-Under Hobbs, the
01 Tornadoes went 8-2,
"t outscoring- opponents 160-84.
" The average margin of victory
was 15 points, with the biggest
10! win over Williston by a score
, of 44-0. The closest wins were
7-0 over Clay, 7-0 over
:' Newberry and 13-6 over Union
?f: County.
The' average margin of
S-defeat for the Tornadoes was
31' 23 points. The closest loss was
20-6' to Daytona Beach
� Seabreeze, while the biggest
loss was 32-0 t6 Columbia
N" County.
; . 1950-Under Hobbs,
Bradford went 5-4-1,
outscoring opponents 134-98.
The Tornadoes' average
margin .of victory Was .13
points. The biggest win was
26-0 over Williston,_while the
closest was 19-13 over


DeLand.
Bradford's average, margin
of defeat was 12' points. The
closest loss was 13-6' to
Seabreeze, while- the biggest
was 19-0 to St. Augustine
Ketterlinus.
* 1951-Under Hobbs, the
Tornadoes went 7-2-1,
outscoring opponents 132-111.
Their average margin of
victory was six points. The
biggest win was 14-0 over
New Smyrna Beach, while the
closest was 14-12 over
DeLand.
The average margin ,of
defeat for the Tornadoes was
four points. The closest loss,
was 10-7 to Palatka, while the
biggest was 18-14 to
Seabreeze.
* 1952-Bradford went.7-3
under Hobbs, outscoring
opponents 223-111. The
average margin of victory was
23 points. The biggest win was
32-0 over St. Leo, while the


closest was 19-7 over
Seabreeze.
The Tornadoes' - average
margin of defeat was 13
points. The closest loss was
12-6 to Palatka, while the
biggest was 20-0 to P.K.
Yonge.
* 1953-eTheTornadoes put
together a 6-4 record under
Hobbs, outscoring opponents
194-81. The average margin of
victory, was 24 points. The.
biggest win was 44-0 over
Jacksonville Tech, while the
closest was I0-0 over Baker
County.
Bradford's average margin
of defeat was 12 points. The
closest loss was 10-7 to P.K.
Yonge, while the biggest was
25-0 to Ketterlinus.
* 1954-It was another 6-4
season for the Tornadoes under
Hobbs. They outscored
opponents 181-141, with an
average margin of victory of
15 points. The biggest win was


41-10 over New Smyrna
Beach, while the closest was
20-18 over P.K. Yonge.
Bradford's average margin
of defeat was 22 points. The
closest loss was 7-0 to Palatka,
while the biggest was 35-0 to
Ketterlinus.
* 1955-Register took over
the Tornadoes this season,
guiding them to. a 7-3 mark.
They outscored opponents
166-67 and had an average
margin of victory of 18 points.
The biggest win was 38-7 over
Clay, while the closest was 7-0
over Jefferson County:.
See BEST page 9B


Tornadoes from playing for it
all in both 2003 and 2004.
It was not a good start to the
2003 season as Bradford lost
consecutive games to P.K.
Yonge (39-36) and Gainesville
(32-19). Bradford, though,
rolled from there, winning 10
.straight before the state
semifinal loss to Madison
County.
The regular season consisted
of wins over West Nassau (56-
10), Taylor County -(43-15),
Interlachen (58-13), Arlington
Country Day (48-6), Eastside
(51-20), Fleming Island (39-0),
Keystone Heights (46-10) and
Bishop Kenny (28-14).
In the first round of the


playoffs, the Tornadoes
defeated Eustis 41-0. � The
second round was a much
closer , affair, with Bradford
defeating Umatilla 9-6.
Bradford scored first in its
game against Madison C6unty
in the semifinals as Derek
Saucer kicked a field goal, but
the Cowboys scored 27 points
en route to a 43-11 win.
Madison rushed for 428 yards.
Alphonso Smith scored
Bradford's lone touchdown on
a 6-yard run.
Scoring was a chore against
the Madison County defense in
the 2004 semifinals, but
Bradford's defense put
together a solid effort as well
in the Cowboys'21-0 win.
*Madison gained a total of
192 yards, but was kept out of
the end -zone on , three
occasions in the first half when
the Cowboys had the ball
inside the Bradford 30. The
score at the half was 8-0.
Bradford's offense was held
to 25 yards. Madison's defense
had allowed 63 rushing yards
;all season and held the
"Tornadoes to minus-11.
That capped, Bradford's
season with a 9-4 record. The
Tornadoes went 7-3 during the
regular season, defeating
Bishop Kenny (36-13),
Eastside (21-14),' Harmony
(55-6), Interlachen (50-0),
Taylor County (54-44), West
Nassau (20-12), and P.K.
Yonge (28-19). The losses
were to Keystone (21-7),
Fleming Island (24-22) and
Gainesville (26-7).
In the first two rounds of the
playoffs, the Tornadoes
defeated Bishop Moore 54212
and Tavares 42-12. Bradford's
defense created 15 turnovers in
the two games.


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Thursday, July 8, 2010 * Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section


Crime & Punishment


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:
Jacob Jiles-Bartley,' 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 29 by Clay County
.Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for burglary of a
dwelling and burglary of a
business.
Lorraine Dwyer, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 30 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court for an original charge
of driving while license is
suspended or revoked.
Kristina Gilroy, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 30 by CCSO deputies for
driving while license is
-suspended or revoked.
Richard Rivers, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 30 by CCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Shawn Smith, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
. June 30 by CCS'O deputies on
a warrant for vioaltion of
probation.
James Willis, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 30 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
for violation of probation.
Jamie Ballard,. .33, of
Melrose was arrested July 1 by
CCSO deputies for battery.
William Cody Mote, 25, of
Starke was arrested July 1 in
Bradford County on a Clay
County warrant for writ of
bodily attachment. Bond was
set at $1,500 and he was
turned over to Clay County on
July 2. -.....--
Joshua Williams, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 2 by CCSO deputies for
disorderly intoxication arid
trespassing.

Fidencia. Gorman, 42, of
Melrose was arrested July 3 by
'CCSO deputies for domestic
battery.
James Lussier, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 3 by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery, harassing a
witness and hindering an
investigation.
Christopher Powers, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 3 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
failure to appear in court on
grand theft charges and one
count of failure to appear in
court for a charge of dealing in
stolen property.
Tajah Aaron Jackson, 20, of


Lake Butler was arrested June
30 in Bradford County on two
Union County warrants for
violation of , probation for
original felony charges. He
was released to Union County
on July 1, where he is being
held on no bond.
Manuela Martha Hernandez,
41, of Lake Butler was arrested
June 30 by Union County
Sheriffs Office Deputy Robert
Andrews for carrying a
concealed weapon and
disorderly intoxication.
Hernandez allegedly went to
the victim's residence with a
knife and tried to get the
victim to come outside for a
physical confrontation. She
was booked into the Bradford
County Jail and was released
on July 2.
Justin Dean Drawdy, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
I by UCSO Deputy Leslie
Crews on a warrant for failure
to pay court-ordered support.
He may ,purge the charge by
paying $2,470.
David Allen Pettigrew, 33,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested July 1 by UCSO
Deputy Mindy Go6dwin for
obstructing an officer without
violence.

Clifton Henry Johnson, 41,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 1 by UCSO Deputy
Crews on a warrant for
larceny. Bond was set at
$2,500.
James Edwin Holder, 53, of
Raiford was arrested July I by
UCSO Deputy Ken Smith on a
Bradford County warrant for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and on a
Putnam County warrant for
failure to pay court-ordered
support. He may purge the
second charge by paying $570.
Gudiel Mendez, 19, of Lake
Butler was arrested June.22 by
UCSO Capt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a capias for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge.
Jeffery Paul Robinson, 25,
of Lake Butler was arrested
June 25 by UCSO Deputy
David Shane for battery and
cruelty to children after he
alleged grabbed the nine-year-
old victim by the throat and
threw him to the ground. -
Curtis Ashton Pearce, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
30 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
on -a capias for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony offense. He was being
held on no bond.
Donnie Hugh Crawford, 35,
of Alachua was arrested June
30 by UCSO Deputy Andrews
on a warrant for failure to
appear in court for an. original
misdemeanor offense.
Randy Scott .Wethy, 21, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
30 by UCSO Deputy Shane for
allegedly punching and
kicking the victim after an
altercation broke out at a party
being held May 30 at his


residence.
Monte Allen Austin, 24, of
Starke was arrested June 30 on
an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $7,000 and he
was released on bond June 30.
Dewayne Tyrone Clark, 52,
of Lawtey was arrested June
29 by Bradford County
Sheriff's Office* (BCSO)
deputies for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
June 29.
Earl Dwayne Davis, 45, of
Starke was arrested June 30 on
an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $3,000 and he
was released on bond June 30.
Jessie James Fowler, 27, of
Starke was arrested June 30 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for possession
of cocaine and possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.
Bond was set at $30,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Marie Padgett Fredrickson,
22, of Jacksonville was
arrested June 29 and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
on and out-of-county warrant.
She was released June 30.
David Brandon Frost, 28, of
Starke was arrested June 29 by
BCSO deputies for unarmed
burglary of a dwelling, larceny
and dealing in stolen property.
Total bond was set at $45,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time..
David Carl Gatlin, 32, of
Hampton was arrested July 4
by BCSO deputies for burglary
with assault. Bond was set at
$30,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Lloyd William Gilpin, 40, of
Starke was arrested July 3 by
BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond July 3.
Claudio Gonzalez, 24, of
Melrose was arrested July 4 by
BCSO deputies for operating a
motor vehicle without a valid
.-.driver's license. Bond was set
at $500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Benjamin Haflonquist, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 2' by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond July 2.
Gwendolyn Tracy
Hankerson, 45, of Starke was
arrested July 2 by BCSO
deputies for contempt of court.
She may purge the charge by
paying $3,512.87.
Ursula M. Hodges, 46, of
Starke was arrested July 2 by
BCSO deputies for two counts
of possession of cocaine and
two counts of possession of
cocaine with intent to sell.
.Total bond was set at $60,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Elissa Jo Hollingsworth, 35,
of Starke was arrested June 30


on an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at $250 and she
was released on bond June 30.
Richard D. Holtzendorf, 50,
of Slarke was arrested July 5
by SPD officers for.DUI with
property damage. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Sylvester Lott, 54, of Starke
was arrested July 2 by SPD
officers for assault and battery.
Total bond was set at $2,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Hector 0. Moran, 34, of
Sanford was arrested July 5 by
Hampton Police Department
officers for operating a motor
vehicle without a valid license.
Bond was set at $500 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Anthony Bryant Perona, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested
June 29 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $18,000 and he was
released on bond June 30.
Deanna Jo Perry, 27, of
Middleburg was arrested June
29 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an'
original misdemeanor offense.
She was released July 1.
Maxsoe Lee Setty, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 29 by SPD officers for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond July 2.
Kimberly Sierra Smith, 20,
of Starke was arrested June 29
by BCSO deputies for
unarmed burglary of a
dwelling,, larceny and dealing
in stolen property. Total bond
was set at $90,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Tamara Nicole Sprinkle, 26,
of Jacksonville was booked
into the Bradford County Jail
on June 30 for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$10,000 and she was released
on bond June 30. - '
Thomas, Hamilton Staton,
22, of Middleburg was arrested
July 2 by BCSO deptuies for
operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. Bond
was set, at $500 and he
remained in jail as, of press
time.
David James Texeira, 47, of
Starke was arrested July 3 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 3.
Thomas James Weaver, 35,
of Jacksonville was booked
into the Bradford County Jail
on June 30 on an out-of-county


warrant. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond July 1.
Hazel Sheree Welch, 34, of
Starke was arrested July 4 by
SPD officers for resisting an
officer without violence. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was


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conduct vehicle checkpoints in
the following locations
throughout this month:
* U.S. 301 north of S.R. 16
to C.R. 233.
* U.S. 301 south to the
county line. .
* S.R. 16 west to Northwest
177th Street.
* S.R. 16 east to C.R. 230A.
* S.R. 100 east to Colley
Road.
* S.R. 100 west to C.R. 225.
* C.R. 229 to C.R. 225.


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of Starke was arrested
by SPD officers for pos
of less than 20 :gra
marijuana. Bond was
$1,000 and he was relea
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Union counties:
* Bradford County
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C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.1
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S
C.R. 227, Speedville
Market Road, C.R. 325
214, NW 177"t St., S.f
C.R. 235, SW 75"t St.
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Lloyd Barry
BROOKER-Lloyd Wilbur
Barry, 99, of Brooker, died at his
home Monday, July 5, 2010, after
a brief illness. He was a lifelong
resident of Bradford County
where he owned and operated his
farm. He was also a Bradford
County school bus driver for 25
years. He was a member of
Brooker Baptist Church.
Mr. Barry was the son of the
late Otis W. Barry and Mattie
Tillis Barry. He was preceded in
death by his wife, Grace Conerly
'Barry, and daughter, Frances
Land.
He is survived by: daughters,
Helen (Jimmy) Crosby of Starke,
and Jackie (James) Richardson of
Brooker; a son, Wilbur (Pat) Barry
of Pensacola; 11 grandchildren, 18
great-grandchildren, and four
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, July 9, at 2 p.m. in the
Brooker Baptist Church with the
Rev. Daniel Findley, the Rev. Al
Paulson and the Rev. Jim
Countryman officiating. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements. Family
will receive friends at the funeral
home from 6-8 p.m. Thursday
evening.

John "J.E." Box
LAKE BUTLER-John Eli
"J.E." Box, 74, of Lake Butler,
died Sunday, July 4, 2010, at Lake
City Medical Center after an
extended illness. Mr. Box was
born in White Springs and lived in
Lake Butler most of his life. He
retired in 1986 as an office
engineer with the Florida
Department of Transportation. He
was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler.
Mr. Box was the son of the late
Alfred and Natalie Christie Box.
He was also preceded in death by
a brother, Michael Daniel Box. He
is survived by: his wife of -56
years, Emogene Stafford Box of
Lake Butler; a daughter, Debbie
Box (David) Rogers of Raiford;
sons, Wayne (Janice) Box of
Jacksonville, Greg (CeeCee) Box
of Lake Butler, and Kevin (Kim)-
Box of Lake Butler; sisters,
Lovurn Rivers and Alief Bryant,
both of Sanderson, Josephine
Addison of Lake Butler, Delores
Brannen of Lake City, and Durelle
Bailey of Ellisville; a brother,
A.C. Box of Lake' Butler; 11
grandchildren, and seven great-
grandchildren.
I Funeral services will be held
Thursday, July 8, at the First
SBaptist ,Church of Lake Butler
with' the Rev. Jason Johns
officiating. Burial will follow at
Mt. Zion Cemetery near Lake
SBtilr. -Archer Funeral,-Home-is in
"harge of arrangemeiAts. .*The,-
-family will- -receive friends at
Archer Funeral Home on
Wednesday evening from 6-8 p.m.

George Fountain
LAWTEY-George Raymond
Fountain, 93, of Lawtey, formerly
of Ft. McCoy, died Thursday, July
1, 2010, at the Lake City VA
Medical Center. Born in
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Mr. Fountain is survived by: his
son, Gerald B. Fountain of
Lawtey, and Raymond D.
Fountain of Tampa; a daughter,
Carolyn Hayes of Pinson, Ala,;
seven grandchildren,. 13 great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his wife of
69 years, Martha, and a
granddaughter, Wendy.
Funeral services were held on
July 6. Roberts Funeral Homes of
Ocala is in charge of
arrangements. Memorial
contributions can be made to the
Florida'Baptist Children's Home,
1510 Sykes Blvd., Lakeland, FL
33815.


William Highland
William Highland

I RAIFORD-William "Buddy"
Highland Sr., 72, of Raiford, died
Saturday, June 26, 2010, at Miami
Jackson Hospital following a
sudden illness. Mr. Highland was
born in Lake Butler on Aug. 9,
1937, to the late Budd and Daisy
SHighland. He was also preceded in
death by three, brothers, James,
Johnny and Marcella Highland.
He- attended Lake Butler
schools, and worked with Dean
Ward Enterprise for 50 years.
Mr. Highland is survived by:
his wife, Barbara Highland; sons,
William (Stephanie) Highland of
Brooker, Roy Lee (Camillia)
Highland of Gainesville, Willis
(Cammie) Highland . and
Christopher Highland, both of
Lake Butler, William (Linda)
Highland of Gainesville, William
J. Highland and William T.
(Elena) Highland, both of Lake
City; daughters',; Maneka Holton,
...Marguita Highlandr and n Essis -
(Jonathan) Cobb, all of Lake
Butler, Betty Jo Oliver of
Gainesville, Daisy (Robert) Parker
of Sanderson, Anitra, Camilya and
Wanda Highland of Tallahassee,
and Dorsey Highland of Georgia;
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a.m. in the Greater Elizabeth
Missionary Baptist Church with
Pastor J.W. Warren conducting
the services. Interment will be
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Jodie Norris
STARKE-Jodie Shiree Hurst
Norris, 23, of Starke, died Friday,
July 2, 2010, from injuries
received in an automobile accident
near Lake Butler. She was born in
Gainesville and lived near Lake
Butler until 2005 when she moved
to Starke. She was a clerk-typist
for Union Correctional Institution
near Raiford, and was a 2005
graduate of Union County High
School.
Mrs. Norris is survived by: her
husband, Chris Norris of Starke; a
daughter, Hydee Shiree Norris of
Starke; her mother, Naomi
Nicholas Hollingsworth of
Providence; her father, Joseph
Scott Hurst of Lake Butler; sisters,
Patricia Ford and Brittney Hurst,
both of Providence and Brandy
Holmes of Lake City; stepsisters,
Amanda Martinez and Grace
Willis, both. of Lake City and
Maranda Stewart of Lake Butler;
stepbrothers, Johnathan Steward
of Lake Butler and Dustin
Hollingsworth of Keystone
Heights; her paternal
grandmother, Barbara Keene of
Lake Butler; and her maternal
grandfather, Lowell Nicholas- of
Ocala.
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LAKE BUTLER-Emily
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2010, at Bradford Terrace Nursing
Home. She was born on July 15,
1919, in Springfield, N.J., to the
late Thomas Palmieri and Emilia
Vozella Palmieri.
She retired as a court clerk in
New Jersey. Mrs. Pietrangelo was
preceded in death by her husband,
Joseph Peitrangelo, and is
survived by her sons, Joe
Pietrangelo of Lake Butler and
David Pietrangelo of Manville,
N.J. Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.


Patricia Sindoni
LAKE BUTLER-Patricia Ellen
Sindoni, 65, of Lake Butler, died
Friday, July 2, 2010, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
in Gainesville after an extended
illness. She was born in Benton
Harbor, Mich., and moved to Lake
Butler from Starke nine years ago.
She was the daughter of the late
Martin Thurman and Bernice
Schwalm Thurman. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Catholic church.
Mrs. Sindoni was preceded in
death by her husband, Joseph
Jalmes Sindoni. She is survived


by: her daughter, Da\yn (Eddic)
Holder of Lake Butler; sisters,
Sharon Roy of Onstead, Mich. and
Janice Randall of Hagertown,
Md.; and grandsons, Joseph and
Donald Holder of lake Butler.
A family memorial service was
held on July 4. Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler is in charge
of arrangements.

John Wall
BROOKER-John Edward Wall
Sr., 93, of Brooker, died
Thursday, July 1, 2010, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice in
Gainesville. Mr. Wall was born in
Southmont, N.C., and lived in
Brooker for the past 15 years. He
was the son of the late John E.
Wall Sr. and Mallie Hicks Wall.
-He was a member of the New
River Baptist-Church of Brooker.
Mr. Wall is survived by: his
wife of 73 years, Hazel Hoffman
Wall; a daughter, Wanda Clifford
of Hampton; sons, John E. (Ruth)
Wall IV of Lake Butler, Wayne
Malcolm (Vonda) Wall of
Sampson City, Michael Alan Wall
of Brooker and Stephen H.
(Joanne) Wall of Starke; 12
grandchildren, 23 great-
grandchildren and nine great-
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Thursday, July 8, 2010 * Telegraph, Times &C Monitor B Section


BEST
Continued from Page 5B

The average margin of
defeat that year was nine
points. The closest loss was 8-
7 to Ketterlinus, while the
biggest was 32-12 to Columbia
County.
* 1956-Under Register,
Bradford went 6-4-1, with
opponents outscoring the
Tornadoes this time around
125-116. The average margin
of victory was 10 points. The
biggest win was 27-6 over
Baker County, while the
closest wins were 13-12 over
Taylor County and 7-6 over
'Jefferson County-- -
The average margin of
defeat was 17 points. The
closest loss was 12-7 to Clay,
while the biggest was 31-0 to
Ketterlinus.

* 1957-The Tornadoes
went 6-4 under Register,
outscoring opponents 154-92.
The average margin of victory
was 16 points. The biggest win
was 26-0 over Clay, while the
closest was 6-0 over Baker
County.
Bradford's average margin
of defeat was nine points. The
closest loss was 7-6 to
DeLand, while the biggest was
23-7to Ketterlinus.
* 1958-Under Register,
the Tornadoes outscored
opponents 255-98 on the way
to a 7-2-1 mark. The average
margin of victory was 11
points. The biggest win was
27-7 over Fernandina Beach,
while theft closest was 13-7
over Bolles.
The Tornadoes' two losses
were by an average margin of
10 points. The closest was 13-
6 to Suwannee, while the
biggest was 18-6 to Palatka.
* 1959--Bradford went 7-1-
2 under Register,' outscoring
opponents 283-66. The
average margin of victory was
24 points. The biggest win was
39-0 over Taylor County,
while the closest was 12-6
over Suwannee.


The Tornadoes' lone loss
was to Palatka by. a score of
26-6.
* 1960-Bradford outscored
opponents 223-95 en route to a
10-0-1, which was the first of
two straight undefeated
seasons under Register. The
average margin of victory was
13 points. The biggest win was
28-0 over Fernandina Beach,
while the closest was 19-18
over Bolles.
* 1961-In his last season,
Register guided the Tornadoes
to an 11-0 record. They
outscored opponents 302-53,
with an average margin of
victory of 25 points. The
biggest win was 60-7 over
Santa Fe, while the closest was
13-7 over Clay.
* 1962-Hurse's first year
as head'Coach saw Bradford go
6-4, outscoring opponents 180-
97. The average margin of
victory was- 18 points. The
biggest win was 33-0 over
Santa Fe, while the closest was
13-7 over P.K. Yonge.
The average margin of
defeat was seven points. The
closest loss was 14-12 to
Palatka, while the biggest., was
20-7 to Suwannee.
* 1963-Bradford went 6-4
again, outscoring opponents
90-73. The average margin of
victory was 11 points? The
biggest win was 20-0 over
Bishop Kenny, while the
closest was 12-9 over
Suwannee.
The average margin of
defeat was 12 points. The
closest loss was 6-0 to St.
Augustine, while the biggest
was 21-0 to Palatka.
* 1964-Bradford outscored
opponents 198-30 on the way
to an 8-1-1 mark. The average
margin of victory was 22
points. The biggest' win was-
39-0 over Clay, while the
closest was 7-0 over Santa Fe.
The lone loss was to
Columbia County by a score of
21-12.
* 1965-Hurse led the
Tornadoes to their first state
title. They went 12-0 .and
outscored opponents 337-46.


The average margin of victory
was 23 points. The biggest win
was 41-0 over Orange Park,
while the closest was 6-0 over
Columbia County.
* 1966-It wasn't a perfect
record, but Bradford won
another state championship,
going II1-0-1. The Tornadoes
outscored opponents 327-86,
with an average margin of
victory of 26 points. The
biggest, win was 58-13 over
New Smyrna Beach, while the
closest was 23-20 over
Columbia.


1971-78
Bradford went 61-24-2
during this stretch under
Hurse, winning at least six
games every season with the
exception of 1973, when the
Tornadoes went 5-4-1.
Bradford 'qualified for the
playoffs three times, going 2-3,
and participated in two bowl
games, winning both.
Here's a look at those
seasons:
* 1971-Bradford went 8-2-
1, outscoring opponents 198-
89. The average margin of
victory was 17 points. The
biggest win was 30-0 over
Baker County, while the
closest was 20-14 over
Fernandina Beach.
The average margin of
defeat was 15 points. The
closest loss was 21-7 to
Suwannee, while the biggest
was 16-0 to Bolles.
* 1972-The Tornadoes
went 8-2, outscoring
opponents 243-80. The
average margin of victory was
20 points. The biggest win was
42-0 over Fernandina Beach,
while the closest was 16-13
over St. Augustine.
Bradford's two losses were
each by seven points: 21-14 to
Ocala Vanguard and 14-7 to
Palatka.
* 1973-The Tornadoes
went 5-4-1, outscoring
opponents 141-139. The
average margin of victory was
12 points. The biggest win was
21-0 over Vanguard, while the


closest was 13-7 over
Fernandina Beach.
The average margin of
defeat was 15 points. The
closest loss was 16-13 to St.
Augustine, while the biggest
was 35-0 to Palatka South.

1 i974-Bradford had a
winning streak of nine games
during a 10-2 season that saw
the Tornadoes outscore
opponents 268-113. The
average margin of victory was
18 points. The biggest win was
34-0 over Eastside, while the
closest was 15-14 over Baker
County.
The two losses were by an
average margin of 15 points.
The closest was 6-0 to Ocala
Forest, while the other was 23-
0 to Buchholz.
* 1975-Bradford outscored
opponents 159-137, compiling
a 7-4 record. The average
margin of victory was eight
points. The biggest win was
34-6 over Baker County, while
the closest wins were 7-6 over
Eastside and 22-21 over
Palatka.
The average margin of
defeat was nine points. The
closest loss was 9-8 to
Fernandina Beach, while the
biggest was 35-20 to Forest.
* 1976-Bradford went 9-3,
outscoring opponents 286-134.
The average margin of victory
was 19 points. The biggest win
was 45-8 over. Baker County,
while the closest wins were
18-15 over Vanguard and 22-
19 over Tarpon Springs.
The average margin of
defeat was eight points. The
closest losses were 13-6 to St.
Augustine and 14-7 to Forest.
Forest actually defeated
Bradford twice this season,
with the other game a 23-14
affair.
* 1977--The Tornadoes
went 6-4, outscoring
opponents 99-83. The average
margin of victory was nine
points. The biggest win was
28-6 over Clay,- while the
closest was 9-7 over Baker
County.
The average rfiargin of


defeat was 13 points. The
closest loss was 19-17 to
Forest, while the biggest was
24-0 to Ware.
- 1978-Bradford outscored
opponents 190-97, going 8-3
in the process. The average
margin of victory was 15
points. The biggest win was
34-6 over Clay, while the
closest was 13-10 over
Buchholz.
The average margin of
defeat was 11 points. The
closest loss was 6-0 to Forest,
while the biggest was 23-3 to
Eastside.


1988-93
From 1988 through 1993,
the Tornadoes went 50-14,
qualifying for the playoffs
twice-going 1-2-and
playing in one postseason bowl
game.
This span includes Hurse's
last three seasons, in which
Bradford went 29-3. Al
Werneke replaced Hurse, who
retired, in 1991.
Here's a look at those
seasons:
* 1988-Bradford went 9-1,
outscoring opponents 223-24.
The average margin of victory
was 22 points. The biggest
wins were by scores of 42-0
over both Newberry . and_
Nease, while the closest win
was 14-7 over Keystone
Heights.
Bradford's only loss was 2-0
to Santa Fe in the regular-
season finale. The loss kept the
Tornadoes out of the playoffs.
* 1989-Bradford went 9-1
again, outscoring opponents
, 263-55. The average margin of
-victory was 24 points. The
biggest win was 51-0 over
Bishop Kenny, while the
closest was 13-7 over
Wildwood.
The only loss was to Baker
County by a score of 14-7.
* 1990-Hurse led the
Tornadoes to within one game
of a state championship
appearance in his final season.
Bradford went 11-1,
outscoring opponents 316-182.


(The season-opening game
against Wildwood is not
factored into these. statistics.
Wildwood defeated Bradford
24-16, but later had to forfeit
the win.) The average -margin
of victory was 17 points. The
biggest win was 33-0 over
Fernandina Beach, while the
closest was 34-33 over
Eastside.
The Tornadoes' lone loss
came against Suwanee in the
state semifinals by a score of
38-0.
* 1991-Werneke's first
season resulted in a record of
6-4. Bradford outscored
opponents 171-118, with an
average margin of victory of
16 points. The biggest win NVas
40-0 over Fernandina Beach,
while the closest was 28-25
over Eastside.
The average margin of
defeat was 10 points. The
closest losses were 12-6 to
Madison Couinty and 13-7 to
Baker County, while the
biggest loss was 25-6 to Santa
Fe.
*1992-Bradford went 8-3,
outscoring opponents 235-96.
The average margin of victory
was 18 points. The biggest win
was 42-6 over Baker County,
while the closest was 7-6 over
Palatka.
The average margin of
defeat was three points. Ti,.
closest loss was 14-12 to
Eastside, while North 'Marioni
and St. Augustine defeated
Bradford 21-18 and 10-7,
respectively. The St.
Augustine loss was in a bowl
game.
* 1993-Werneke guided
the Tornadoes to a 7-4 record
and a postseason berth, but
was fired following the season.
Bradford outscored opponents
276-159, with an average
margin of victory of 20 points.
The biggest win was 76-0 over
Interlachen, while the closest
was 9-7 over Madison County.
The average margin of
defeat was six points. The
closest loss was 22-20 to
Gainesville, while the biggest
was 26-14 to Palatka.


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Make offer. Call
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nd for Sale
ES high and dry,
ready for home
ile home. Ask-
K. Call Marlena
at Smith & Smith
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HIGH & dry, oak
ready for home
ile home. Asking
)0. Call 904-631-


47 Commercial
Property .
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE 3000 sq. ft.
with a 12 foot over head


door $800 per month.
OFFICE SPACE 3,000
sq. ft. $1,200 monthly.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.

48 Home? for
Sale
CUSTOM HOME BUILDQ-
ERS, Call Stevenson
Construction Co., Inc.
We design, build. Es-
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
ers.com. CGC003344,
CBC1253234.
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA, new
metal roof, new electrical,
plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 660 Epper-
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
BRICK HOME 1535 sq. ft.
on 1.5 acres. 3BR/2BA,
double carport, shed,
dishwasher, washer/dry-
er, pantry, fireplace, coran
counter tops in kitchen
and .bathroom, $169K.
Call 904-742-5028 or
904-266-4511.
- SMALL 3BR/1BA HOUSE
in nice neighborhood in
Lake Butler. Located 2
blocks from the court
house. $49,000. Carpet
allowance for carpet or
flooring. Call John at 904-
364-9022.
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME
with pool, 1.5 acre lot,
2 miles from schools,
$190,000 OBO. Call 352-
473-7786.

49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
2007 HORTON HOME, 28 x
60, 3/2, fireplace, 2 stairs


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Call 352- 24-0605
Handyman Service
Local Businessman


included. Excellent condi-.
tion. Must be moved off
property. $48,000 Call
April 904-289-7471 or
904-237-8922.

2011 32' DW 3BR. Lowest
price in Florida at only
$29,900 it's less.-than
most new cars Call 386-
752-5355.
2008 FLEETWOOD EX-
TREME 28 x 80 4 bed
2 bath $39,995. Call for
details. 352-258-6233.

NEVER BEFORE TITLED.
2010 model, 3BR/2BA.
Only 1 left. Will'move for
free. Only $39,900. Call
904-783-4619.
CLOSE OUT 4BR/2BA only
$425 per month. Call 904-
783-4619.
PALM HARBOR-NEW-
Loaded with options.
32 x 80, 4BR/2BA, only
$77,650. Call 904-783-
4619.
1800G SQ. FT. 3BR/2BA
with bonus room. Will set
. up for free. Only $450
per month. Call 904-783-
4619.

50 For Rent
DWMH 3BR/2BA with
garden tub, CH/A, with
fireplace, on acreage,
$700 per month plus $300
deposit. Call 386-523-
5091.
3BR/2BA HOME ON 5
ACRES off CR 225 &
301. $1,000 per month. 2
car garage, Energy Star,
built in '08. Call 904-264-
5529 or 904-449-1922.
FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
apt. CH/A, fully electric,
$450 per month. Call Joan
at 904-964-4303. '


PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Call
352-473-2919 or 352-
473-8671.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home. $875/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a
garage, nice neighbor-
hood, 1011B West Pratt
St. $725 per month &
Deposit. Apply at 904-
545-6096.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.

SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
FURNISHED 2BR MH,
washer & dryer, shed,
patio, large fenced yard,
outside city limits, Starke/
Lake Butler area. Very
clean, service animals
only. $600/mth plus secu-
rity. Call 386-496-0683.

3 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA
house. Granite counters,
tile/carpet floors, fireplace,
jacuzzi tub, pantry, laun-
dry room, 2 car garage,
city water, lake access,
Keystone school district,
on hard road. $1,000/mo
& 1,000 deposit. First &


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HOMES located in Starke
and Keystone Heights.
2BR/1BA in good neigh-
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance includ-
ed, small pet considered,
some are lake front.
Rents. $450 up to $650
per month. Call 352-473-
5214.

MH'S FOR RENT starting at
$475 per month. Hidden
Oaks, Lake Butler, FL.
Call 386-496-8111.
FOR LEASE, NEWLY re-
modeled, upstairs, 1BR
apt. CH/A, ice maker,
new carpet and tile, wash-
er & dryer, nice & in down
town Starke. $400/mo.,
call 904-964-4303 for Ad-
ditional information.
WALDO VILLAS 1 bed-
rooms. Basic rent starts at
$460. Section 8 accepted.
Equal Housing Opportu-
nity, this institution is an
equal opportunity provider
& employer. Call Nita at
352-468-1971.
ROOMMATE. WANTED.
4 miles East of Camp
Blanding, private bath,
share kitchen & laundry.
Service animals only. No
smoking. $350 per month
& $350 deposit. Call 904-
214-9754.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
3 bed/2 bath doublewide
mobile home. Heat &
air. Stove & refrigerator,
furnished. $600 a month,
$400 deposit. Call 386-
496-3253.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
3BR/2BA IN RAIFORD on
Sapp Cemetery Road,
$750 a month plus deposit
904-545-3963.
QUIETAREA, 2BR/1BA mo-
bile home, Graham. No
smoking, service animals
only. Call 352-318-3952,
leave message, will return
call.


2BR/2BA IN COUNTRY
$575, CH/A, on nice
shaded lot off 229. Call
904-964-8431 or 352-
745-1189.
2BR/2BA SW on Griffis
Loop, deck, service ani-
mals only, CH/A, washer
& dryer hook-up, outside
city limits, $450 per month
plus deposit. Call 352-
284-3310.
14 x 66 3BR/2BA MH on
1 acre lot just outside
Starke city limits, $550 per
month, senior discount.
Call 904-964-8218.
SWMH 2BR/1BA, CH/A,
in fenced acreage, dish-
washer, washer hook-
up, dryer provided. $500
per month plus a $200
deposit. Call 386-523-
5091.
MH 80' X 14' handy cap
ramp, on Deer Springs,


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473-2252 after 2pm.
3BR/1BA COTTAGE off
Walnut St. $450 per
month, plus security de-
posit. Call 904-533-2210
or 904-613-6871.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/
2BA, DWMH, close to
town, walk to Keystone
schools, $650 per month
plus security deposit. Call
352-475-6260.
STARKE 2BR/1BASW,
outside city limits, CH/
A, $450 per month plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA HOUSE
with lots of upgrades, on
large lot in Starke. $800
per month plus $800 de-
posit. Now taking applica-
tions. Call 904-964-5734
for information. Service
animals only.


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3BR/2BA HOME VERY
CLEAN home in a safe
neighborhood. Refer-
ences required. 1st plus
deposit. New heat pump
& windows. Call 814-257-
9825 or 814-229-4281.
TRAILERS FOR RENT from
$390 to $640 plus deposit.
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DWIN COUNTRY, 3BR/2BA,
GH/A, freshly painted &
very clean. Covered wood
deck, large yard, mini
blinds throughout, quiet
area. $550 per month plus
deposit. Senior discount.
SE 49th Ave., Starke.
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52 Animals and
Pets
15 .ACRE HORSE PAS-
TURE for rent or lease.
$150 per month. Call 386-
496-0683.
30 GALLON GLASS REP-
TILE aquarium and wood
stand $40. Call 904-769-
9109..
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kittens to give to a good
home. 2 are 6 weeks and
4 are 9 weeks old. 3 grey
tabby and 3 black not sure
on male/female. Call 904-
964-3245.
POODLE CHIHUAHUA
., mix, non shedding, hypo
allergenic, 2 males, 2
females. Very cute! $100
each, call 904-769-2251.

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baby items, & furniture.
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Tools, tires, 4 x 4 parts,
newborn-12 month baby
clothes and misc. Fri. &
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RUMMAGE SALE Fri. &
Sat. July 9 & July 10, from
9am. American Legion
Post. 7441 SR 21.
GARAGE SALE Fri. & Sat.
350 Oriole St., Keystone
Heights. 8am til ? 2 fam-
ilies, moving, washer,
table & collectibles.

57 For Sale
BED - KING SIZE Pillow top
mattress and box spring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-.
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillow top mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 52-372-8588.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
* king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVE SEAT
- brand new micro fiber
suede set. Still in pack-
age with warranty. Stain
resistant, pet/kid friendly.
Retail, $1,500. Sacrifice,
$450. Can deliver, 352-
317-4031.
RASCALSCOOTER, RAMP
& COVER ... ALL FOR
ONLY $1600 OBO. Scoot-
er is like new with a lot of
extras. Adjustable seat-
swivel position, basket,
lights & more! 4 wheels.
Weight capacity 400 Ibs.
Maximum range up to
25 miles before recharg-
ing. Speed of 5.0 mph.
Single fold ramp made of
durable welded construc-
tion. Easy to handle and
set up Also comes witn
navy duty scooter cover


Weather resistant and du-
rable locking drawstring.
Calltor more details. 904-
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CALIFORNIA KING BED
for sale. Great condition.
Mattress, box spring and
Cherry bed frame. Asking
$15QOBO. Call 904-769-
9109.
DUNCAN PHYFE SOFA
floral print, Duncan Phyfe
table with 6 chairs, re-
cliner green 40's area,
Queen Anne chair, coffee
and end table, antique.
Call 352-473-3152.
OAK DINING ROOM TA-
BLE 4 chairs & China
cabinet. Two twin beds,
1 king bedroom set. 1
white swivel recliner. In
Keystone Heights. Call
904-724-1916 or 904-
610-2738.
GIRLS ENTERTAINMENT
stand. Holds TV, and has
2 cabinets on bottom. Off
white, very pretty, great
shape. Asking $100. Call
386-431-1741.
2004 BRUNO POWER
CHAIR. Excellent condi-
tion. Joystick control, built
in charger, original owner,
will deliver within 50 miles
of Starke. $500 OBO. Call
919-619-4830.

59 Personal
Services .
$$ UTILITY BILLS out of
control? $$ Call today,
we'll blow your electric
bill away. Heather at Jen-
nings Insulation, 352-373-
9744.
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT Guaranteed in-
stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium
sidi g, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing. Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
Madison Street, Starke.


LAWN SERVICE& MAINTE-
NANCE & debris removal.
30 years experience, free
estimates, Starke area.
Call Kevin at 904-263-
7961.
COMPUTER HELP! Virus?
Blue screen? Lessons?
New computer set-up?
Configure internet? Buy-
ing advice? Your location,
e mail, phone. Call Tame,
That Computer! 904-964-
9945.
I BUY CARS, metals, trac-
tors, ATV's, lawn mowers
& trucks. No title neces-
sary. Will pick up within
150 mile radius, pay cash.
Call Pete at 904-769-
2367.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bidgs, Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.








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C H E R R Y
BEDROOM SET.
Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in
factory boxes. English
Dovetail. Original cost
$4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. Call Tom
(954)302-2423


JERRY'S HAULING - WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $,150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE
(average yard starting
at $45). Pressure wash-
ing, tree trimming and
removal Call Anthony at
904-964-5427.

GRIFFIS & SON'S will
do tree work, clean out
sheds, garages & cut
grass. Reasonable rates.
Call 386-623-4672 or
904-364-7500.

65 Help Wanted
AMERICAN ACCESS
TECHNOLOGIES, Inc.
located in Keystone
Heights, is accepting ap-
plications for an entry
level shipping/receiving
position. Candidate must
be able to lift 60 pounds
plus, computer literate, be
dependable and self moti-
vated. Position is 40 hours
per week with possible
overtime. Starting sal-
ary based on experience.
Drug free environment. �
Good benefits. 352-473-
6673.


FULL TIME SERVICE Writer
needed. Must be able
to work parts & service
counter. Computer skills a
must. Mechanical knowl-
edge of tractors & lawn
equipment required. Must
be able to multi task. Drug
Free Work Place. Call
904-964-4238.
LPN NEEDED FULL TIME
LPN position for busy
family practice medical
group in Starke. Appli-
cants must have a current
license in the State of
Florida. Apply to: Nursing
Position, P.O. Bos 640,
Trenton, Florida 32693.
No phone calls please.
E.O.E.
TREE CLIMBER/FORE-
MAN highly skilled in all
phases of tree work. FL
DL is a must. Drug free
workplace. Full time work
with benefits. Phone: 352-
378-5801.
RECEPTIONIST part time,
Experience required, eve-
nings & weekends. Please
apply in person, Windsor
Manor, 602 E Laura St.,
Starke, FL 32091. EOE,
DFWP.
IMMEDIATE OPENING
for a manager, 40 hours
per week with benefits.


FLORIDA
+ GATEWAY
COLLEGE

(Formerly Lake City Community College)
Senior Staff Assistant
Allied Health Academy
This is a secretarial position located in the
Academy for Allied Health Programs, assisting the
Director of Nursing Programs with secretarial
tasks, varied computer work, some administrative
duties, and interacting with staff and students.
High School graduate or equivalency plus four
years secretarial or clerical experience. Additional
education may be substituted on a year for year
basis for required experience in related area.
Special consideration will be given to applicants
with an associate degree or higher or a certificate
in a related area. Experience as an assistant to a
manager; self starter.
SALARY: $23,827.00 annually plus benefits
Application deadline: 7/19/10
Applications and ;ull position details are available
on our website ww .fgc.cdu
Inquiries: Human Resources
149 SE College Place.
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax: (386) 754-4594
E-mail: humanr@fgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Southern AssociAtion
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education &
Employment



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<4 COLLEGE

(Formerly Lake City Community College)
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
MATHEMATICS
Teach college-level and preparatory
mathematics courses; work with
colleagues for the'advancement of
departmental goals. Requires
Master's degree, in appropriate area
related to mathematics; or Master's
degree with minimum of 18 graduate
credit hours in course work centered
on mathematics.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
BIOLOGY
Teach General Biology and
Microbiology. Requires Master's
degree in Biology or Microbiology
with at least 18 graduate hours in the
subject area.

Salary: Based on degree and
experience, plus benefits.
Application Deadline: 7/20/10
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr()fqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
. VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and
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and people skills. Drug
free workplace. Must
have valid drivers license
& transportation. Some
travel required. For more
information call 386-364-
7936. TDD/TTY 711. "This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and
employer."
SES TUTORS NEEDED
needed for Bradford
County. We would love
to hire teachers and para-
professionals already in,
or retired from, this school
system. We also hire col-
lege students. Applicant
must be able to pass
background investigation,
prior to tutoring. Pay rate-
25.00 per hour for one
student, 40.00 per hour
for two students. Please
attach resume to email,
and send to miranda.
lasure@jfktutors.com.
CIIJY MANAGER/City
Clerk -Lake Butler, Fl.
(Pop.1987). ICMA-rec-
ognized Commission/


Now accepting
applications for
experienced
caregivers at
Parkside
Assisted Living
329 N. Church St.
Starke, FL
904-964-2220


Manager form since
1996, with Mayor & 4
Commission members
elected at large to 4 year
staggered terms. $2.2M
general fund operating
budget, and 14 full-time
employees. City services
include fire (paid-on-call),
parks, public works, solid
waste, and utilities (water
& wastewater). Police
services are provided
by contract. Applicants
must possess a minimum
of a bachelor's degree
from an accredited col-
lege in Public or Business
Administration, or in a
related field, and a mini-
mum of five (5) years:of
progressive responsible
experience in municipal or
other governmental work,
including experience in
a senior management
position, or any equivalent
combination of training,
education and experi-
ence. The ideal candidate
will possess an ability
to be an effective leader


and team builder .in an
organization such as'Lake
Butler's, strong intergov-
emrmental communication
skills, and have a history
of good public responsive-
ness. She/he will have
demonstrated success-
ful experience and ex-
hibit skills id grant writing,
municipal finance, fiscal
management, personnel
administration, fostering
good intergovernmental &
community relations, and
will be computer literate .
Florida experience and
membership in ICMA is
preferred. Current sal-
ary $70k. Cover letter,
resume, and references
by August 16, 2010, by
mail response only, sent
to "City Manager/City
Clerk Position", City of
Lake Butler, 200 SW 1st.
St, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
Applicants .are invited to
visit www.cityoflakebut-
ler.org. All applications .
subject to Florida's oper .
record law. EEO/ADA
employer.


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Formerly Lake City Community College
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FALL 2010
*Anatomy & Physiology
Evening classes. Master's degree in Human Anatomy and Physiology
or a Master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in Human
- Arnatomy'and Physiology,,Contact Paula Cifuentes at
Rpatla.cifuentes(tfgc .edu.
:Speech
Day classes. Master's degree in speech or Master's plus 18 graduate
hours in communication courses. Contact Tim Moses at
tim.moses(tWfgc.edu.
* Philosophy and Religion
Day classes. Master's Degree in religion or Master's in Philosophy
required or Master's degree plus 18 graduate hours in either religion
or philosophy. Contact Tim Moses at tim.moses(i'fgEc.edu.
*Ethics
Day classes. Master's degree in philosophy or Master's plus 18
graduate hours in philosophy required. Contact Tim Moses at
tim.moses iafgc.edu.
* Principles of Quality Assurance
Introduction to principles and practices of Quality Assurance and
Continuous Improvement. Must have Master's degree in quality
engineering, industrial engineering, engineering or management or
Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in some combination of the
above fields. Bachelor's degree with five years experience in a
quality related field will be considered. Teaching experience
preferred. Contact Bob Deckon at 386-754-4442 or
robert.deckon@ft'c.edu.
*Manufacturing Materials and Processes
Properties of materials and the principles, tools and equipment used
in modem manufacturing processes. Must have Master's degree in
Industrial Engineering, engineering or management or Mlyaster's
degree with 18 graduate hours in some combirjation of the above
fields in a manufacturing environment. Bachelor's degree with five
years experience in a manufacturing environment will be considered.
Teaching/gaining experience preferred. Contact Bob Deckon at 386-.
754-4442 or robert.deckonf(fgc.edu.
* Mechanical Measurement and Instrumentation
Mechanical and electronic measurement concepts, principles and'
techniques used in manufacturing. Must have Master's degree in
engineering, quality or management or Master's degree with 18
graduate hours in some combination of the above fields in a
manufacturing or machine tool environment. Bachelor's degree with
five years experience in a manufacturing or machine tool
environment will be consider. Teaching or training experience
preferred. Contact Bob Deckon at 386-754-4442 or
robert.deckon@fgc.edu.
*Developmental Writing
Bachelor's degree in English, composition, or related field required.!
Master's degree preferred. Contact Carrie Rodesiler at
carrie.rodeslier(fit)fc.edu.
* Developmental Mathematics
Daytime classes. Minimum requirement is a Bachelor's degree in.
mathematics or a mathematics-related field. Contact Carrie Rodesiter
at carrie.rodesilcr(6'f.fc .cdu.
* Developmental Reading
Bachelor's degree required. Contact Carrie Rodesiler at
carrie.rodesileriSfgc.edu.
* Student Success
Instructors needed to teach day sections) of SLS 1101, a course
designed to develop student skills essential for success in college-
level course work. Master's degree required. Contact Carrie Rodesiler
at carrie.rodesiler(iifgec.edu.
*Nail Technician.
*Esthetics Specialty
Evening classes (Mon-Thurs 5-9). License in area with at least three
years of experience required. Contact Carol McLean at 386-754-4411
or carol.ic.lean@fg:..edu or Michelle Jones at 386-754-4264 or
michelic.jones.fgl.fuccdu ,
College application and copies of transcripts required All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with a translation and evaluation.
Application available at www.fc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


FIoRdaWorks
Alaitht/BsdIa*dt * ACommunily PaIrtmoShti�
Florida Back To Work Prograpi is seeking
qualified applicants to fill positions located in
Bra'ford County. Applicants must be reclvidg
or f'1";Ae to receive public assistance. To see if
you qualify for these positions please visit
www.floridawork o.-line.com, click on job seeker,
complete TANF -ligibility forms, print and take
So the FloridaWorks office, or visit the
FloridaWerks office at 819 South Walnut St.,
Starke.
904-964-8092


Homes For Rent
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Mobile Homes & Vacation Properties
for Rent in the Keystone, Melrose,
Starke, Hawthorne Area ranging.
from $400 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
offered by Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
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Lewis Mabrey, a coach at Santa Fe High School,
works with 6-year-old Ryan Moss at a YMCA football
camp.

YMCA football clinics to he held in

Starke, Lake Butler in July, August


:The North Central Florida
YMCA will be hosting youth
footballclinics for ages 7-16 in
Starke and Lake Butler, with
the next clinic scheduled to
begin Monday, July 12, at
Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler.
Former Uhiversity of Florida
football player and, current
Santa Fe High School Head'.
Coach Shea Showers will be
working with youth at the
c amps, as well as former
Bradford High School assistant
coach and current Butler High
School (Augusta, Ga.) Head
Coach Ashley Harden._
"une-week and two-week
camps are offered at a cost of
$0 and $70, respectively. The.
Jly 12 Lake Butler camp is a
t9o-week camp, ending.
-a day,July43.
'Other camps scheduled are
Aug. 2-13 at the Bradford


County- Fairgrounds and Aug.
16-20 at Sprinkle Field.
Camps run from 8 a.m. until
noon each day. The day-by-
day breakdown of the one-
week camp is: quarterback
training (day one), running
back training (day two), wide
receiver training (day three),
defensive back training (day
four) and agility test (day five.)
For two-week camps, the
breakdown is: quarterback
training (days one and two),
running back training (days
three and four), wide receiver
training (days five and six),
defensive back training (days
seven and eight), offensive line
training (day nine) and agility
test (day 10):
For more information or to
reserve a spot, please call
Sports Director Lewis Mabrey
at 904-964-9622.


College for Kids
returns to the
Andrews Center
Registration is currently
ongoing for the annual College
for Kids program, which
returns to the Santa Fe College
Andrews Center in Starke July
12-23.
. The program, which is open
to rising sixth-10"'-graders,
costs $234 for. full-day
sessions (8:10 a.m.-4:25 p.m.)
and $117 for half-day
(morning or . afternoon)
sessions. Students may register
in person at the Andrews
Center or by telephone by
calling 904-964-5382 between
the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5
p.m. through this Friday, July
9. Registration forms may also
be faxed, to 352-395-5945 or
mailed to; SF Andrews Center,
209 W. Call St., Starke, FL
32091.
Online registration may be
done by going to the Web site
www.sfcollege.edu. Click on
the "community ed" link, then
click on the "College for Kids"
link.
This year, 37 courses are
offered during the registration
process. Students who attend




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Union County
class of '76 will
host reunion
meeting July 8
A planning meeting for a
reunion for the Union County
High School class of 1976 will
be-held Thursday, July 8, at 7
p-m:-at the Garage Cafe in
Lake Butler7.
For more information, please
call Esther Watkins atl 904-
6 :-0655..-


members. -
Class members may join the
class group on Facebook for
further updates.
For more information, please
call Donna Pauley Solze at
904-964-5803 or Mable Jones
McCarthy at 352-473-3964.

BHS class of
'80 planning
Aug. 14 reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1980 will hold its 30th


reunion on Aug. 14 at the
BHS class of- Charley E. Johns Conference
.' r Center in Starke.
'6.1 reunion The deadline to register for
jnmeeting set for the reunion is July 24. It is
eein et r open to all class members,
July 8f including those who moved
, prior to graduation
There will be a planning The cost is $35 per person'
,meeting for the Bradford High and must be paid by
tSchool.- class of 1961 50th check made out to: BHS Class
,reunion on Thursday, July 8, at 980. The check can be
6 p.m. at Western Steer F .i) '" mailed to Pam (Underhill)
- teakhouse in Starkr : W:' Whittle at 100 E. Call St.,
i;Ca. Tom Smith at 904-964- Starke; FL 32091, or to Kevin
:9222 for more information. Miller at 505 E. Adkins St,
Starke, FL 32091.
,BHS class of The class will also get
together on Aug. 13 for a
'75 to host weekend reunion kickoff party
at the sports pub Whale
reunion July 24 Tales on Call Street , in
The Bradford High School downtown Starke.
class of 1975 is having its 35'h For more information,
reunion Saturday, July 24, at 6 contact Whittle at via e-mail at
p.m:.at .the Starke Golf and pam@northfloridachamber.
Country Club. Cost.is $25 per com or Miller at
person and must be in the form kmiller@bctelegraph.com.
'4f a check or money order You may also call Whittle and
,made payable to; BHS Class of Miller at 904-964-5278 and
1975. Please include mailing 904-964-6305, respectively.
address and, if applicable, e- Also, join the class of 1980
mail address. group on Facebook for updates
.:,Mail payment to: Donna and class photos.
oSolze, PO Box 213, Starke, FL
' 32091.
-,'The reunion is open to all Modern man must
class members, even if they descend the spiral of
moved prior to graduation. his own absurdity to the
If you would like to help lowest point; only then
.with the reunion, there will be can he look beyond it.
a meeting Monday, July 19, at It is obviously
'the Starke Golf and Country impossible to get
SCub at 10 a.m. around it, jump over it,
.The ,planning committee is or simply avoid it.
-in need of phone numbers and Vaclav Havel 1936-,
.e-mail information in order to Czech Playwright,
get in ' touch with class President


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S, ,. 1695 NW 63RD STREET ........ .................. (352) 351-2383


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