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Thursday, March 6, 2008


128th Year 32nd Issue 50 CENTS


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.Noteworthy


March toward a
healthier life
March is recognized as nutrition
month. This national observance
gives the community an opportunity
to focus on the importance of making
informed food choices and developing
sound eating and physical activity
habits.
The National Nutrition Month
campaign reminds Americans of these
"Top Ten Facts about Nutrition" from
the experts at the American Dietetic
Association.
1. Eating right doesn't have to
be complicated. Use Mypyramid.gov
to develop a personalized plan for
lifelong health.
2. The best nutrition advice is
based on science. Before adopting
any changes to your diet, be sure
the information is based in scientific
fact.
3. Get your food and nutrition
facts from the expert: a registered
Dietitian. They are uniquely qualified
to translate the science of nutrition
into reliable advice you can use every
I day.
4. Balancing physical activity and
a healthful diet is your best recipe
for managing weight and promoting
overall health and fitness.
5. Think nutrient-rich rather
than "good" or "bad" foods. The
majority of your food choices should
be packed with vitamins, minerals,
fiber-and other nutrients-and lower
in calories.
6. Look at the big picture: No
Single food or meal makes or breaks
Sa healthful diet. Your total diet is the
most important focus for healthful
eating.
7. Prepare, handle and store food
properly to keep you and your family
safe from food-borne illness.
8. Don't fall prey to food myths
and misinformation that may harm
rather than benefit your health.
9. Read food labels to get'nutrition
facts that help you make smart food
choices quickly and easily.
10. Find the healthy fats when
making food choices. By choosing
polyunsaturated or monounsaturated
fats, you can keep-your saturated fats,
trans fats and cholesterol low.
For more information, please
contact the- Bradford County Health
- Department at (904) 964-7732.



Two streets now.
one way
Please note the following street
changes are now in effect in the city
of Starke.
Clark Street has been made one
way traveling north from Jefferson
Street to Jackson Street (next to First
Baptist Church).
Bridges Street has been made one
way traveling east from Church Street
to Water Street (next to Wainwright
Park).



Open house
at Starke Fire
Department
The city of Starke is hosting an
open house at its new fire department
on Jackson Street. The public is
invited to view the changes made
since the old county library building
was renovated to serve as the new
fire department home.
The open house will take place on
Thursday, March 13, from 3-6 p.m.


Pursuit ends

with crash
On-Feb. 28 at 10:30 a.m., Starke
Police Department Sgt. William
Murray was involved in a traffic
crash on north U.S. 301, south of the
conference center.
The officer was attempting to stop
a 2003 Hyundai that was northbound
at a high rate of speed. The vehicle
was passing vehicles while in the turn'
lane at 60 mph, Sgt. Murray said. It
appeared the passenger was fighting
with the driver, Sgt. Murray said.
The vehicle left the roadway, struck a
fire hydrant and then struck a utility
pole. After spinning clockwise for
a full rotation, the Hyundai rolled
onto its left side, Sgt. Murray said.
The officer attempted to come to a
complete stop prior to impact with
the Hyundai but was unable to avoid
the vehicle. The patrol car struck the
rear of the Hyundai, Sgt. Murray
said.
The Bradford High School students
in the Hyundai were transported to
Shands Starke for treatment of their
injuries. When they were interviewed,
the passenger stated the driver had.


A teen driver was charges with driving while intoxicated
following a Feb. 28 crash Involving the driver's car, a police
vehicle and a utility pole.


purchased a can of air duster at Wal-
Mart and immediately inhaled the
contents, SPD Lt. Barry Warren said.
The passenger stated they were
northbound and when they got to
S.R. 16, the driver again inhaled from
the can, Lt. Warren said. The driver
then passed out, and the passenger
stated he tried to steer the vehicle
while trying to wake the driver. The


driver still had his foot on the gas
pedal and the passenger lost control
of the vehicle, at which time it struck
the fire hydrant and pole, Lt. Warren
said.
The teen driver was charged with
driving while intoxicated. His blood
was drawn for toxicology, Lt. Warren
said.


Sonny's closed following fire


An early-morning fire at Sonny's
BBQ in Starke was not in the pit.
The restaurant remains closed for
business as of this time, but owner
Larry Reddish hopes to be open
within a few week.
Still under investigation, the cause
of the fire is undetermined as of press
time. Estimated property damage is
$30,000 with $20,000 to contents,
according to the fire report.
"Sometime this week we should
have a date for,rbopening," Reddish
said. "I feel a responsibility to my
employees and my customers who
are more than customers. They are


my friends."
Remodeling of the restaurant was
in the planning stages. That plan
may be slowed down since cleaning
up from the fire and smoke will be a
priority, Reddish said.
Motorists reported the fire around
2:55 a.m. on Saturday, March 2.
Heavy smoke was showing from the
structure when Starke Fire Department
arrived. Entry was gained through
the front door and fire was,found
in the storage area invthekitchen at
the rear of the building. Starke Fire
Department Chief Tom Rowe said.
The fire was quickly extinguished


and the thermal imaging camera was
used to check the building and attic.
The fire was confined to the dry
storage and kitchen area.
"The response time of the fire
departments was amazing," Reddish
said: "I cannot say enough nice
things about their professional caring
manner."
Assisting were the Theresa and
Lawtey volunteer fire departments.
Firefighters involved were Chief
Rowe, Jason Hersey, Gary Wise,4
Derrick Dowdy, Brian Stephens,
Greg Starling, Matt Waters and
Darrin Hardee.


Saturday school a rewarding experience


L I


Bradford Middle School has just completed five weeks of Saturday school where students spent
extra time on math, science, vocabulary, reading comprehension, reference and research, and
charts and graphs during three-hour sessions each weekend. Saturday school enjoyed high
attendance, with 66 students participating and 21 achieving perfect attendance. Each of the 21
received a small token and qualified for a larger prize-a Cannon digital camera. The camera went
to sixth-grader Ashlee Walker, who is pictured above with teachers Kim Warren and Eric Verunac.


Deposit


decision


may be


revisited
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke's decision to charge new
commercial electric customers
a higher deposit may be tweaked
--pending a future workshop on the
issue.
Last month, the city commission
moved forward with doubling the
required deposit from the equivalent
of one month's billing to two
months.
The flat deposit for new residential
accounts remains unchanged at
$200,
Deposits on new commercial
accounts are figured in one of two
ways. If the account is for an existing
structure, the city uses the prior
account tenant's billing history to
calculate the deposit. If the account is
for a newly constructed building, the
amount is estimated based on the size
and proposed use of the building.
In either case, the deposit is
revisited six months after the account
is opened to determine the accuracy
of the estimate, and the deposit is
raised or lowered accordingly.
The move to increase the
commercial deposit was made to help
protect the city when those accounts
become delinquent, and a survey of
other local power providers and other
municipal utilities finds that Starke's
new commercial deposit requirement
really isn't out of line:
See DEPOSIT, p. 3A


Technology

changing

instruction
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
-FCAT-has been a four-letter word
for many educators, parents and their
children, but new tools are helping
teachers and students approach the
challenge in more efficient and
exciting ways.
School board members and
administrators met at perennial FCAT
"A" school Hampton Elementary for
a visual tour of the technology that is
shaping the way teachers are getting
the job done.
According to Principal Rick
Stephens, Hampton Elementary
has worked toward technological
self-sufficiency for teachers so that
everything they need is right there
in the classroom; from printers to
projectors. Teachers can project
lessons, quiz questions and even the
televised morning announcements on
a screen at the front of the class, and
Stephens hopes the scanner-equipped
printers will allow the school to
evolve to a paperless filing system.
Students are also taking paperless
tests. Teacher Marie Appling
demonstrated how she quizzes
students by projecting multiple-choice
questions on the screen. Her students
use remote controls to answer with
the click of a button. The software
scores the quizzes for Appling, and
data for each is stored by. the program
software so that she can quickly
review which students are struggling
with which concepts.
"I can bring up a report and
evaluate exactly what you're missed.
See TECH, p. 5A


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 6, 2008


Important offices open to candidates


..BY M ARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Elected officials and would-
be public servants are lining
up for the courthouse and local
government positions open to
election this year.
That includes all of the
constitutional offices. Voters
will choose a clerk of court,
property appraiser, tax collector,
supervisor of elections, sheriff
and school superintendent.
County commissioner seats in
the first, third and fifth districts
are opening up, as are school
board member seats three and
four.
The two most high profile
races will be the races for
sheriff and superintendent of
schools. Starke Police Chief
Gordon Smith announced
he would seek election to
the sheriffs office last April
shortly after four-term Sheriff
Bob Milner announced his run
for Aaron Bean's seat in the
Florida House.
Smith,runningasaDemocrat.
is facing opposition for the


office from fellow Democrat
Randall Zipperer, a captain in
the sheriff's office. There are
also two Republicans in the
race: Clay County Sheriff's
Office Lt. David Barnes and
Mike Juliano, a retired captain
from the Florida Highway
Patrol.
Harry Hatcher recently
announced he is stepping down
as superintendent when his term
expires, leaving his office open
for a new candidate to step in.
So far, three candidates have
opened campaign accounts:
Evelyn Chastain, Beth Moore
and Linda Sheffield. All are
registered as Republicans.
Two candidates have
announced in the race to replace
John Cooper in the District 3
county commission seat. Like
Cooper, Mark Santiago and Dan
Sikes are both Republicans.
The only other declared
candidate for county
commission is incumbent
Democrat Eddie Lewis who
represents District 5.
School Board Members
Randy Jones and Vivian


Chappell, who represent
Districts 3 and 4, are the only
declared candidates in the
school board race, which is
nonpartisan.
Incumbent Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan, a
Democrat, is running again for
that office, facing no opposition
so far. He is the only other
constitutional officer to have
opened an account.
Two seats in the Florida
Legislature representing
Bradfprd County are open.
Term limits are forcing District
12 Rep. Aaron Bean, and
District 21 Rep. Joe Piokens
from office. In addition to
Milner, Nassau County School
Board Member Janet Adkins is
seeking to replace Bean. Both
are running as Republicans.
Pat Freeman, a Republican
and health care administrator
from Palatka is seeking to
replace Pickens, as are fellow
Republican Christopher France
and Democrat Linda Myers. .
Circuit races include the
offices of state:; tt6rney and
public' defirideii! Inhumbents
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2008 Salaries for County Elected Officials I

Office Salary
0 Clerk of Court ....... ............ .... ... $96,007

Property Appraiser ......... ......... $96,007
Tax Collector ..........................$96,007

Supervisor of Elections ..........................$79,195
/ Sheriff ...........................$... 104,863
County Commissioner ......................... $30,221
S School Superintendent.......... .... ....... $96,007
School Board Member.....................25,429

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Bill Cervone and Richard
Parker are the only announced
candidates thus far. Six circuit
judge groups in the Eighth
Judicial Circuit are also
opening up. Voters will also
decide whether to retain Florida
Supreme Court Justice Charles
Wells and six district court of
appeals justices.
Then there are the federal


offices. Candidates for the
presidency are still being
decided as preference primaries
continue. District 6 U.S. Rep.
Cliff Stearns, a Republican,
is running again, so far
unopposed.
Qualifying dates are from
noon on April 28 to noon on
May 2 for federal and judicial
offices and the offices of state


attorney and public defender,
For other state and county
offices, qualifying will take
place from noon on June 16 to
noon on June 20.
For more information and a
packet for interested candidates, \
visit the supervisor of elections
office in the north wing of the
county courthouse or call (904)
966-6266.


Randy Jones


Jones
announces
another run
(The following is an
announcement to seek public'
office submitted by the
caq.";t4),.,,z
Hello, my name is Randy
Jones, and 'I am running for
re-election to the Bradford
County School Board in District
3. The Bradford County School
System is very special to my
family and me.
I, along with my wife,
Vorease, as well as our two
daughters, are graduates of
Bradford High School. I have a
grandson who will start school
in the 2008-2009 school year
and a granddaughter who will
start in the 2011-2012 school
year. So, as you see, I have a
major interest in our school.
Over the last 11-plus
years, I have gained valuable
experience in the operations
of the Bradford County School
System. In this day of tax


breaks, budget cuts, funding
cutbacks, etc., I feel as though
my experience will be very
important in the years ahead
in being able to maintain, and
to improve upon, our current
educational system. We have
been very creative in using our
school system's funding to be
able to provide the facilities
and the materials needed to
educate our children.
First, I feel that our top
priority (and most important)
is the academic achievement of
our children. We are constantly
looking for new and better ways
to. provide our children with the
besteducation possible.Overthe
years, we have tried numerous
approaches, and all have shown
gains, but I am not completely
satisfied. We are currently
looking at a teaching strategy
that will further improve on
our children's learning process
as well as preparing them for
the future.
Itis notan-overnight fix, but,
as any process, it will show


near future. My vision (and I
am sure your vision as well)
is to see every child complete
their education successfully and
to make a positive difference in
our world in whatever field that
they may choose.
Second, an area of concern
that has been expressed to me
over the last several months
is the issue of school safety at
all of our schools, especially
the high school. We have met
and will continue to meet on
a plan of action in regards to
school safety that has been
presented to us. Our meetings
will include administration,
staff, students, parents, and all
local law enforcement agencies
in preparing this plan. We want
our campuses to be safe without


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Web address: BCTelegraph.com
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prison se~lt gj
I feel thl af this-" can be
accomplishiedO.'ithott a large
expense and that it can be put
in pl''ce` adthbt quickly. Please
believe Mttlewhen I 'say that all
of oliur'imloyees are willing to
take WhiteVer" tisi necessaryy
to asstire" the safety of our
children. : ': '
Alsb:: 'VW 'eAVae made
tremendous Stridds"in bringing
our employees' 'sglbries to a
higher level .'Since being elected
to the school board' in 1996,
we have steadily improved on
salaries'forour employees. The


pledge that I: made during my
first campaign in 1996 was to
work hard to raise salaries to
a point that we could compete
for employees from other
districts that have much more
revenue. The raises have not
been as much as I would have
preferred, but there has been an
increase in salaries each year
that I have been a member.
According to district records,
the salary for beginning
teachers was' $20,200 in 1993,
$20,400 in 1994 and again in
1995. Currently, our beginning
teachers receive $32,025. The
school board also contributes


$3,640 toward health and life
insurance for the employees
covered under our current plan.
So, as you can see, we are
improving in this area and will
continue to make every effort
possible to see these salaries
increase.
I have tried to use a common
.sense approach in all of. my
decisions without violating the


policies and procedures that we
have in place. I have been part
of a school board that has met
situations head on in resolving.
any situation that may arise.
We have been very diligent
in preparing these policies and
procedures so that everyone is
treated fairly and equally.
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Enforcement Board meeting for March 18, 2008
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Linda Sheffield

Sheffield seeks

superintendent

seat
My name is Linda Sheffield,
and this is an announcement of
my intention to run for super-
intendent of Bradford County
schools. I am asking for your


support and vote in the Aug.
26,2008, election.
Proverbs 29:18(a) says,
"Without a vision, the people
perish." My vision as super-
intendent is to have a positive
image and strong student per-
formance in Bradford County
schools by bringing strength,
stability, and standards.
A positive image will encour-
age families to settle in Bradford
County and enroll their chil-
dren in the public school sys-
tem. This, in turn, will provide
increased growth for our busi-
nesses and communities. This
can be accomplished with the
Lord's guidance and support of
the Bradford community.
I am blessed to have the
support of Sidney Williams,
Chrissy Allen, and many oth-
ers who believe as I do: that
upon graduation our children
can enter college and the work
force with the confidence they
have been given skills to bring
them success.
Strengths
1. Be accessible to the com-
munity.
2. Be visible in all schools.
3. Draw upon the vast knowl-
edge of people in our com-


munity who share the vision
that Bradford County can be
an excellent place to raise and
educate children.
4. Assess information objec-
tively before making decisions
that impact students, parents
and the community
5. Provide a strong support
for instructional, non-instruc-
tional and support staff result-
ing in a consistent and stable
school environment.
Stability
1. Provide a safe school envi-
ronment through constant, per-
sonal on-site monitoring.
2. Monitor discipline referral
patterns to reduce problematic
areas and enforce consistent
consequences.
3. Implement community
groups to improve home-to-
school communication.
4. Provide prompt commu-
nication from the district level
to address staff and community
concerns.
5. Update the district Web
site with informational links for
school and community mem-
bers.
Standards
1. Monitor financial account-
ability and responsibility to


increase financial efficiency.
2. Ensure high standards and
academic consistency through
curriculum review.
3. Ensure textbook availabil-
ity.
4. Increase the comfort level
of FCAT for students, teachers
and parents.
5. Develop an ESE program
that meets the needs of stu-
dents, promotes high standards,
has a consistent approach to
the IEP process, and provides
increased support for staff.
Goals
1. Expand career acadenlies
to provide graduating students
viable skills to attend college or
enter the workforce.
2. Introduce a hands-on
career curriculum for middle
school students to explore a
variety of job skills.
3. Relocate the Renaissance
Center closer to the resources
of the district office to provide
support for students, parents
and teachers.
Education
Master's, Educational
Leadership, University of North
Florida, Jacksonville.
Bachelor's in Education,
University of Florida,


Gainesville.
Certification areas
Master's in Educational
Leadership.
English (grades 6-12).
Speech (grades 6-12).
English to Speakers of Other
Languages Endorsement.
Middle School
Endorsement.
Experience
*CollegeforKidsCoordinator
for Santa Fe Community
College.
Santa Fe Community
College instructor.
Bradford Middle School
Language Arts teacher.
Florida Department of
Education FCAT Reading
Advisory Council.
Florida Department of
Education FCAT Middle Grades
Reading Review Team.
Florida League of Teachers
Member.
Certified CRISS Trainer
(Creating Independence
Through Student Owned
Strategies).
English Speaking Students
of Other Languages Trainer
for Bradford and Columbia
Counties.
Certified Trainer for


Education, Research, and
Dissemination, Reading
Comprehension,Understanding
Narrative/Expository Texts.
Florida Reading Initiative
Train the Trainer.
District Professional
Development Committee
District Health and Safety
Committee.
Saturday FCAT reading
and writing workshops for stu-
dents, parents and teachers.
Saturday School FCAT
preparation for middle school
students.
The Lord has given me a
win-win situation with this
election. If I become superin-
tendent, I will work to improve
the education for all students
in Bradford County. If I don't,
I will stay in this county and
continue to teach in the public
school system and at Santa Fe
Community College because I
believe our children deserve
the best education they can
receive.
Please contact me at (904)
964-4648 if you have concerns
or would like to help in the
campaign. I also invite you to
visit my booth at the Bradford
County Fair.


JONES
Continued from p. 2A

If we discover that there
is a change that needs to be
made, then I have been willing
to address these changes,
along with other school board
members, and with input
from administrators, staff,
and parents, to assure their
fairness.
During my time on the school
board, we have made numerous
improvements to our existing
school facilities as well as
constructing new buildings at
several school sites. Because
of this new construction, this
enables us to continue to work
to maintain the class-size-
reduction ratio as mandated by
our state legislature. By keeping
the lower student-to-teacher
ratio, we will be able to better
educate our children with more
one-on-one opportunities.


I am currently a member
of the Santa Fe Community
College Andrews Center
Advisory Board.Along with the
other school board members,
we have been able to partner
with SFCC in the area of dual
enrollment so that more of our
high school students have the
opportunity to work toward
their college degree during their
high school years. This better
prepares them for their future.
The people of Bradford County
are very fortunate that SFCC
has been such a willing partner
in our children's education.
I have worked well with other
local community leaders and
elected officials in the past and
believe that we can continue
that working relationship. I have
met and continue to meet with
several of our elected officials
in Tallahassee and surrounding
counties. This has given me
the. opportunity to express
Bradford County's. concerns


about matters that directly
impact our school district.
I feel as though I have a
good working relationship
with teachers and other school
personnel from each school in
ourcounty. I also feel that I work
well with the administrators
from each school and have
learned from past experiences
that there are proper channels
to follow in helping with parent
and student concerns, teacher
concerns, and staff concerns.
This is a valuable asset that I
feel that I bring to the board.
I have been accessible to,
everyone in Bradford County.
Even though I represent
District 3, I have worked to
benefit all of the children, all
of the employees, and all of the
schools in our system. I would
appreciate your support and
prayers as I seek to be re-elected
to the Bradford County School
Board in District 3.


DEPOSIT
Continued from p. 1A

What the other utilities, do
offer, however, are multiple
Ways to cover ,the deposit
requirementand eyen incentives
for keeping an account in good
standing over a period of time.
Flexibility can be particularly
important for larger commercial
operations whose monthly
utility bills can add up to tens of
thousands of dollars. To have to
. pay two of those bills up front
to cover a deposit could be a
burdensome startup cost that
drives new businesses away.
Clay Electric requires two
months' billing, but that is
reduced to one month if the
proposed customer has a good
credit history. The utility will
also accept an irrevocable letter
of credit from a reputable bank
if the customer wants to go that
roq te.. ,, , , i


On the residential side, Clay
Electric will wave its flat $250
deposit if the new customer has
a satisfactory credit history. So
will the cities of Jacksonville
Beach and Green Cove
-Springs.
Florida Power and Light's
residential deposit amount
could be as much as two months'
billing or it could be waived
entirely. A credit screen is used
to determine the amount. Two
months is generally required
of new commercial accounts as
well, although other methods
such as letters of credit and
surety bonds are recommended
for deposits above $1,000.
Commercial deposits are
held in an interest bearing
account, and the deposit, plus
interest are returned when the
account is closed. The city of
Newberry returns commercial
and residential deposits after
five years if a positive payment
History is maintained, and: the


city of Ocala waits only three
years to return a commercial
deposit and just 13 months for
residential deposits.
On March 4, Commissioner
Wilbur Waters asked the
commission to revisit the
issue. While he said he wasn't
willing to depart with the full
commercial deposit, he would
like to see the deposits placed
into interest bearing accounts so
that the interest may be returned
to commercial customers after
two years.
The commission agreed
to place the issue on a future
workshop agenda for further
discussion.



Love looks not with the
eyes, but with the mind, and
therefore is winged Cupid
painted blind.
-William Shakespeare
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Sikes

announces

run in

District 3
(The following is an
announcement of intention to
seek political office submitted
by the candidate.)
I am Dan Sikes, and I ask for
your support in my campaign
for election to the Bradford
County Commission, District
3. First, let me.thank you, the
citizens of Bradford County.
Thank you for your prayers
that lifted my family as we
passed through some of the
toughest struggles of our lives.


Thank you for your warmth and
friendship. Thank you for your
patronage of my law office and
of my wife, Paulette's, boutique
downtown. And thank you for
your support when I ran for
Circuit Judge a few years ago.
Then, as now, I felt called
to run for public office. At that
time, it was because a real
need existed for a change in a
particular judicial seat. While
I did not win, the citizens of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit
certainly won and can be proud
of the change that resulted from
that election.
Now the citizens of Bradford
County are at the crossroads of
a different sort and must select
a new county commissioner for
District 3. John Cooper has
..announced his decision not to
run for re-election. As his term
comes to an end, we should be
thankful to him for his time,
energy and devotion to our
community. We should also
continue to lift him and his
family in our prayers as they
struggle with the loss of such
a wonderful wife and mother,
Amanda Cooper. *
As John steps aside, a
new era is approaching local
governments. With the passage
of the latest constitutional
amendment and the slower
movement of the economy,
county and municipal
governments will 'be pressured
to compete over shrinking tax
dollars to provide much-needed
services. The simple solution
may be to raise or impose new
taxes, but the easiest choice is


not necessarily the best choice.
As we march to the future we
need to look with a critical eye
as to how your tax dollars are
spent.After all,it is your money,
and the county government is
only supposed to be a faithful
steward. We should not spend
money and then figure out how
to cover the check before it
bounces at the bank. We also
need to look at how expenses
can be reduced between
our county and municipal'
governments without wasteful
duplication of cost over the
same, or substantially the same,
services.
We need a county government
that can provide for the proper
administration of necessary
services in a cost-efficient way.
We should also be mindful of
having a government that is
properly prepared for ever-
present threats to the health and
safety of our community by
way of natural and man-made
disasters. We need a county
commissioner with experience
over a broad range of matters to
cover these issues that approach
as a thief in the night.
I'haveithat experience and
I ask 'your support as I run
for -eoun'ty" commissioner
of district 3. I will listen to
you,, tie,oters,, apd advocate
for your best interests. But, I
cannotbe and will not try to be
all things to all people. I intend
to listen carefully to department
heads :and assess: their wants
and needs Department heads
will naturally want to protect
their thif, bit' thby will need


to understand that they can
participate in cutting expenses
or it will be done for them.
I intend to respect my fellow
county commissioners. I will
faithfully follow the Sunshine
laws while I weigh and measure
their experiences and the will
of my district. I will stress that
economic growth is the key
to prosperity for our county.
We don't need to overburden
businesses that wish to locate
here and provide employment
to our citizens. Likewise, each
business located in Bradford
County is a member of our
community and must carry its
own weight.
I will also do my best to
pick up the banner left by John
Cooper in his leadership with
the Small County Coalition. We
must bring additional funding
to cover upcoming budget
shortfalls. This will also mean
we need to work even closer
with the legislature and the
governor's office. I will lean on
my experience to accomplish
these goals.
I have served the community
in one fashion or another my
entire adult life. I served in
the armed forces of the United
States, enlisting into Special
Forces as an intelligence
analyst and paratrooper. As a
warrant officer aviator, I served
in both the regular Army and
the Florida National Guard. I
attended college on the old GI
Bill and had to choose between
law school and aviation.


SA. 10_S


Sept. I 1,2001. After the attacks
on our country, with much
prayer and thought, I put my
uniform back on and now serve
as a JAG (military lawyer)
with the United States Army
Reserve. In that capacity, I have
served and assisted countless
soldiers that are, and were,
going down range into harm's
way. I have given counsel to
the families of soldiers who are
here, while their loved ones are
in danger. And I have gone to
Europe and assisted wounded
soldiers who were in transition
from war to peace.
I have also counseled
commanders on the
administration of justice and
how to lead ethically and
professionally. I continue to
serve and will continue to serve
regardless of the outcome of
the election.
As a lawyer, I have defended
numerous police departments
and sheriffs throughout the state
in civil litigation. I have served
as assistant county attorney in
Baker and Bradford counties.
I have served as the assistant
city attorney for Starke and as
city attorney for Lawtey. I have
also represented numerous city
and county officials in their
official capacity from election
law litigation to ethics issues.
I am currently supervising the
litigation of the city of Lawtey
on' its water and sewer project.
I have gained experience with


multiple complex issues of law
that arise in the course of local
government.
I also have gained immense
business management
experience, learning many
lessons, sometimes the' hard
way, through my years here in
Starke. When I opened my own
office here, I had a small file
organizer for my single-digit ;
list of clients, a small computer
that was out of date with a
processing speed of 17k, I had
a deposit due on my home,
and Paulette was about to give
birth to our first child, Danielle.
From that time to now, I have
been blessed far beyond what I
remotely deserve.
Paulette and I are faithful
members of the First United
Methodist Church of Starke,
where I serve as a lay speaker .
and member of the finance
committee. You can find us
there every Sunday morning
(except when I am drilling
with the Army Reserve). Our
children, Danielle and Laura
Dayle, are also active members
of the church. I invite you to
come worship with us.
We have an exciting future
ahead of us. We have much
to be thankful for but we need -
to be prepared for whatever
we face. I would appreciate
your vote and your support on
the road ahead. Thank you,
Bradford County.








March 6, 2008 TELEGRAPH Page 5A


Southside Terrific Kids for February


IM aMAlr W.LO.J 1 aiL I 0 2 V IUmi-r .lE_- FR I
Southside Elementary recently announced its Kiwanis Terrific Kids for Febraury.
They were (first row, I-r) Kylie Lockwood, Jeremiah Hernandez, (second row)
Shaynalynn Kahakua-Lodivero, Alexandra Chappell, Taylor Jones, Jenna
Thornton, Jaylen Cohens, (third row) Cason Forsyth, Tristen Tyre, Kaleb Wilkison,
Hannah Waters, Tony Carter, Gage Stevens, Destony Jewell, (fourth row) Cody
Varnes, Priscilla Waters, Victoria Torpey, Skylar Salvatore, Desiree Thornton,
Courtney Kelly, Dekaja McBride, (fifth row) Buck Davis, Levi Nelson, Marquis
Hendrieth, Lessly Spates and Daunia Moss-Jackson. Teacher of the Month (inset)
was Bobbie Faye Blackshear.


TECH
Continued from p. 1A

and I can immediately reteach
you," Appling said.
Her kids love the interactive
testing metljd, she said,. and
even more so when the class
cumulatively does well and is
rewarded with game time.
She said she uses the system
several times a week, adding the
value of books and workbooks
cannot be negated, but the
system is particularly useful
in FCAT preparation, which
administrators say students will
be taking on computers in the
not-to-distant future, making it
possible for schools to have
almost immediate access to test
results.
Many of the technological
upgrades at Hampton
Elementary have been bought
with Title I funds, which must
be spent on improving academic
achievement, although teachers
may.,find themselves dipping.
into their own polets or other
sources for supplies like color
ink cartridges.
SFrom the classroom, district
representatives moved to the
school's computer lab, where
students can get experience
qn programs like Word and
Excel, access the Internet, and
take predictive assessment tests
through ThinkLink, an online
test site.
:Carol Clyatt, district director
of school improvement and
accountability, said ThinkLink
offers prepared tests that focus
On FCAT skill areas, and it
allows teachers to prepare their
Own tests. Testing through
ThinkLink provides an accurate
picture of how students will
perform when the FCAT is
Administered, according to its
creators.
,. Like the system demonstrated
S Appling, test results are
i mediate and can be accessed
ly teachers, principals and
district administrators to
evaluate the success with
ihfiich a particular student,
class, grade level or school is
Warning. Teachers can even
l.low students to access the site
from hbme to continue working
on skills being taught in the
classroom.
P Provided through use of the
lite is immediate data about
hat is and is not working in
The classroom.
S"That's why you hear the
Excitement from the teacher
tevel, because they have more
Valuable information in their
iands than they've ever had
hat really pinpoints where
Students are having trouble,"
rlyatt said.
SInstruction is becoming more
Focused on the specific needs
Of individual students instead
6f just following textbooks
from cover to cover, she said.
'hinkLink even provides links
o resources that can help an
instructorr teach particular
skills.
While the skills that have to
Je taught for FCAT mastery
Are fixed, teachers still have
autonomy in how they teach,
but the available data is used to
pake both students and teachers
accountable. Administrators
ike Stephens can use the
information to evaluate
teachers and their professional
e


development plans to make school district that includes
sure their approach to teaching skill-based lessons being taught
the required skills-which is districtwide.
largely subjective-is getting Teachers meeting and sharing
the job done. student performance data has
Teachers are also evaluating allowed for the formulation
themselves as they move of curriculum calendars that
through the school year, are used in each school's
Stephens said. classrooms. Several days a
"This is supposed to be week are spent on introducing
meaningful information. It's a new concept, then students
for them, and they are supposed are tested and the resulting data
to be able to use it to make from the tests is used to reteach
decisions on a daily basis," he those who haven't grasped the
said. concepts.
Southside Elementary There is a catch-22, however.
Principal Bill McRae said While the calendar provides
new methods could change the an outline to make sure all of
way student performance is the skills stressed on the FCAT
measured as more information are covered by test time, it
allows schools to move beyond also means that classes have
the A-F grading scale that has to. move forward according to
been in use for decades. Report schedule to cover all of those
card grades do not necessarily concepts, even if a few students
reflect what a student has lag behind.
learned, as McRae had to The answer may lie in
demonstrate to one irate father developing alternative methods
last year. of teaching the skill in question
While behavior? failmue to .' as well as workingon alternative
complete homework and IV Imethod ito assess students.
f6o test%, and other dis;fAA~i l whosee still mastery might hot
issues may reflect in poor report be reflected through testing and
card grades, McRae was able to retesting, Prevatt said.
show that when the skills taught At Southside, McRae said
were tested through the FCAT, the grade group teams are
the student performed at grade teaching concepts according to
level, proving the knowledge their curriculum calendars, and
taught had been acquired. then one day a week, entire
"He was learning, but it was grades are regrouped. Students
not reflected on his report card," who have mastered the concept
McRae said. He said it might'be for the week are sent to take
time to take a hard look: at how part in an enrichment activity,
student performance is reported, while those who need more
moving toward a system that work undergo remediation.
reports actual skills progression If, however, there are students
instead of summarizing matters who still have not mastered


in terms of a letter grade, which
can actually do some students
more harm than good.
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell asked if teachers were
finding the time to go back and
reteach skills that need more
work, and that touched on a
topic discussed by Assistant
Superintendent Lisa Prevatt-
an improvement model for the


the concept, each grade has to
move forward or risk bringing
progress on the curriculum map
to a grinding halt.
Prevatt said as schools master
providing seamless instruction
from one grade to the next,
a skeleton calendar could be
developed so that each grade
level in each school districtwide
is studying the same skills at


Lake Butler Church of God,
480. S.W. 3rd St. in Lake
Butler, will be having its kid's
church presenting "Easter
Joy" on Thursday, March 20,
at 7 p.m. The service will
include praise and worship
and skit puppets.
Love Grows Pentecostal
Temple Inc., with Elder
Samuel Newell as pastor, will
present a "Lemon Squeeze
Program" on Saturday, April
5, at 5-p.m. This program
will be hosted by Mother
Zephaniah Cummings.
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church in Lawtey with the
Rev. James E. Rackley pastor;
invites you to share its annual
Family and Friends Day
celebration on Sunday, March
16, at 4 p.m. Dinner will be
served following the service.
Trinity Baptist Church and
its music. .ministry, invites
you to attend its .18th annual
Lake Area EasterPageant on
Friday- Sunday,'March 21- 23.
All perfoima ces w-illi .begin
at 7 p.m.'Admission is free
and seating is on a first 'cme
basis. The ddis tvi'll open at
6 p.m. Trinit Baptist Church
is located'two a half miles
south of Keystone Heights on
S.R. 21. For more.information
please call (3521 47372.6.1
Hope Community Baptist
Church in Alachua will
present the Mercy Mountain


the same time.,
There was" ;ome' talk'of
adopting a March-to-March
calendar, not for school
attendance,- but for teaching
grade level skills. As FCAT
testing is completed one year,
students would immediately
begin practicing and mastering
skills that will be measured
on the next test the followifig
March.
Stephens said the district
is not anywhere close to that,
yet, and he is particularly
concerned with asking a third-
grade teacher to begin teaching-
'fo'lrth'- gade. concepts when
March rolls around each year.
Prevatt admitted that while
the district is still working
toward implementing all of the
stages of the improvement plan,
there is still work to do.
Still, she said, it is exciting
to see the work going on
in classrooms as a result of
implementing the improvement
plan, which is based on the idea
that all students can succeed
whatever their background. :'
McRae called it the biggest
change he has seen in all of
the years he has been in public
-education.
"It's potentially huge, and it's
very, very exciting," he said.

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Boys from Lake City. The
concert is Saturday, March 8,
at 7 p.m. A love offering will
be taken and refreshments
will fellow in the fellowship
hall. The church address is
13719 N.W. 146: Ave. For
more information call (386)
496-2851

Faith Presbyterian Church,
on the corner of S.R. 21
and S.R. 21B, will host the
2008 Lake Area World Day
of Prayer on Friday, March
7, at 4 p.m. The event will
be shared with men and
women from more than 170
countries. This year's theme
is "God's Wisdom Provides
New Understanding," and was
provided by the women of
Guyanna. After the program.
of prayer and songs there will
be refreshments in Neale Hall.
If you have any questions,
please contact Pat Bonsteel at
(352) 475-1842.
Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship is hosting a
Women of Faith Retreat on
Saturday, March 8, from 10
a.m. to noon at the church
lOcated on the comer of Pratt
and Christian streets in Starke.
Evangelist Lois Davis will
present the message.. Special
music will be provided by
Carla Davis. The services will
include preaching, singing,
fellowship and door prizes.
Please make a reservation by
Friday, March 7, at 8 p.m. by
calling Norma Lee at (904)


A mile wide and an inch
deep is how McRae described
public education in the past 20
years. Schools may have taught
a lot, but many students were
mastering very little.
McRae said he saw it first
hand when teaching high school
history. Progressing chapter by
chapter through the textbook,
when it came time for a unit
review, students h'I forgotten
much of what was covered.
"In looking back now,
they would be better off if I
hammered 20 core concepts for
that year that they had for the
rest of their liess" he said.
That, and noi just higher test
scores, are the point of the
districtwide improvement plan.
School board members were
given several suggested names
for the improvement plan, and
will approve the plan as policy
with the chosen name at a future
board meeting.


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Sampson City Baptist
Church is hosting a Family
Night at the Movies on
Friday, March 7, at 7 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
at the church at 13797 S.W.
C.R. 227 in Starke. Take U.S.
301 south of Starke and turn
right on C.R. 227. The church
is approximately one mile
down on the right. Everyone
is invited to attend.
Ebenezer Baptist Church
is hosting a Missionary
Anniversary on Sunday,
March 16, with services at 11
a.m. and 3 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend.
Pine Grove Congregational
Methodist Church is hosting
a revival from Monday, March
17, through Saturday, March
22, at 7 p.m. each night.
Everyone is invited for six
nights of praise and worship.
The church is located on C.R.
199 in Raiford. Pastor is the
Rev. Johnnie Hobbs.
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church on S.R. 200-B in
Lawtey, is hosting its Fourth
Annual Women's Prayer
Breakfast on Saturday, March
15, at 9 a.m. Tickets are $5
and are on sale from any
church member. Speaker will
be evangelist Virginia Francis
from Jacksonville Beach.
Pastor is the Rev. James
Rackley. Everyone is invited.


YMCA
planning
March 15
auction
The Bradford-Union YMCA
is planning an auction of
items that includes appliances,
furniture, clothing, toys,
sporting goods, books and even
kitchen sinks.
The auction will take place
Saturday, March 15,at Faulkner
Plaza in Starke, between
Timbuktu and the River of Life
Church of God on U.S. 301. A
preview will begin at 8 a.m.,
and the auction.will begin at 10
a.m. Drawings will also be held
for a number of prizes.
If you would like to assist the
YMCA by donating items for
the auction, those items will be
accepted Monday and Tuesday
between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. at
Faulkner Plaza. Donations are
tax deductible, and all proceeds
benefit the YMCA.


DO Tires, Brakes & More


Thinking TIRES... Think Located in the Heart of Starke!

"Starke" Clyde's II


$1


FAST DELIVERY ON SPECIAL ORDERS... If we don't have your tire,
we can order it & have it the same day or next!
M-F 8-5:30
St arke Semi-Truck & RV Roadside Service Sat 9-2:00
207 N. Temple Hwy 301 WE DO TRACTOR TIRES! (904] 368-0915


NOTICE TO BRADFORD COUNTY RESIDENTS
The regularly scheduled Board of County
Commissioners meeting for March 20, at 6:30 a..m.
has been moved to March 11, at 6:30 p.m. There will
be a workshop at 5:00 p.m. before the regular meeting
to discuss budget and numerous miscellaneous items.

THERE WILL BE ONLY ONE BOARD
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
MEETING IN THE MONTH OF
MARCH. THAT MEETING WILL BE
HELD ON MARCH 11, AT 6:30 P..M.
'WITH A WORKSHOP AT 5:00 P.M.


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NA to meet

March 7
An open meeting of the newly
formed Narcotics Anonymous,
will be held Friday, March 7, at
7 p.m. at Life Ministries, 204
N. Water St., Starke.
Everyone is welcome to
attend the meeting.
For further information
please call (904) 964-8087.


Pleasant

Grove

meeting

canceled
The March meeting of the


Pleasant Grove Action group
has been canceled. The next
meeting will be Monday, April
21, at 7 p.m. in the Pleasant
Grove United Methodist
Church annex.


Financial aid is available
for those who qualify. For
assistance with financial aid,
call (904) 966-6765.


Strawberry


LPN program Pageant


accepting

applications
Applications for the 2008-09
LPN program at Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center are available through
March 21 and must be
completed and returned no later
than 1 p.m. March 27.
Call (904) 966-6769 or
(904) 966-6765 for more
information.


March 22
The 46th Annual Strawberry
Pageant will be held on Saturday,
March 22, at the Bradford High.
School auditorium beginning
at 7 p.m.
Last year, this pageant
presented young ladies in
Bradford and Union counties
with more than $4,500 in
scholarships and awards.
One young lady, age 13-17
will be crowned Strawberry


Princess, and one, age 17-24
will be crowned Strawberry
Queen.
If you have any questions,
please call Angelia Crews at
(352) 235-2014.


BCDA

announces

new meeting

place
The Bradford County
Development Authority will
meet at noon today, Thursday,
March 6, in the Community
State Bank boardroom.
This is a permanent change
of meeting place for the
development authority, which


meets on the first Thursday of
each month.


Alpha

Nu offers

education

scholarships
The scholarship committee of
the Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
Kappa Gamma announces it
will be offering two $500
scholarships to Bradford or
Union female graduates or
residents.
The purpose of the
scholarship is to encourage
and enable college students to
obtain a degree in the field of
education.


Applicants must be enrolled
full time at an accredited college
or university and near the
completion of two years (four
semesters) of undergraduate
courses.
A transcript and 'three
letters of recommendation are
required. All applications must
be turned in by Monday, April
28.
For more information,
call (904) 964-6186 or (352)
468-6884.


SLEGALS



IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 04-2007-CA-567
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PAUL L. MILLER; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF PAUL L. MILLER;
STATE OF FLORIDA; JOHN
DOE and JANE. DOE; Unknown
Tenant(s).
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to
a Final Judgment of Foreclosure,
dated February 18, 2008, in the
,'above-styled cause; I will sell to the
highestt and best bidder for cash
on the front steps of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke Florida at 11:00
a.m. on-the 1011 day of April, 2008
the following described real and
personal property:
The following described land,
situate, lying and being in Bradford
County, Florida, to-wit:
A parcel of land in the SW 1/4 of
SW 1/4 of Section 14, Township
6 South, Range 22 East Bradford
County, Florida, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the SW corner of
the SW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the
afore-dcscribed Section, Township
and Range and run thence
North 0 degrees 03' 20" East, a
distance of 272.84 feet to point of
beginning. From point of beginning
thus described, continue North 0
degrees 03' 20" East, a distance of
S'-150 feet to a point; run thence North
89 degrees 43' 39" East, a distance
o 400 00 feetto a point; run thence
south 0 degrees 03' 20" West, a'
distance of 150 feel to a point; run
thence South 89 degrees 43' 39"
West, a distance of 400.00 feet to
the point of beginning.
Together ith that certain
manufactured home more
specifically described as:
1997, Oakhaven (28 x 48) with
Serial Number 8U620279 JA &. JB,
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60) days after
the sale.
Dated this 19th day of February,
2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
2/28 2tchg 3/6
LEGAL NOTICE
CROSBY LAKE BOAT
RAMP
Beginning March 3; 2008 the Crosby
Lake Boat Ramp will be closed and
will remain closed for approximately
three (3) months until repairs to the
boat ramp are completed.
2/28 4tchg 3/20
REQUEST FOR BIDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Bradford County S.H.I.P. Program
will receive sealed bids until 3:00
p.m. March 25, 2008 at the Bradford
County Office of the County Clerk
located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 for
the following:
Renovation of residence located at:
A. 613 W Pratt Street, Starke
B. 19915 US Hwy 301 North,
Starke
A mandatory walk through' is
a perquisite to a valid bid. All
interested bidders will meet at 8:45
a.m. on Tuesday, March 18, 2008 at
the Community Development Office
located at 925-E North Temple
Avenue in Starke, Florida.
All contractors must have proof of
Residential or General Contractor's
License, proof of Liability Insurance,
proof of Workers' Compensation
Insurance (or Exemption Card), a
statement of non-discrimination,
and at least two references from
previously completed jobs.
Bids will be opened at 3:00 p.m.
or as soon thereafter as possible
in the presence of the Clerk or his
designee, Community Development


staff, and all interested pe
The opened bids will be
public record and. press
the custody of the C
Development Department
Bids will not be valid unless
by the bid deadline and ir
envelope marked, "Sea
S.H.I.P." and received by:
March 25,'2008.
Questions may be answe
Community Development
Angela Macey at (904) 96
The County reserves
to reject all bids when ii
judgment they are too hig
it is determined to be in
interest of the County tha
be re-advertised.
It is the policy of the
promote equal opportunity
adequate housing by all
regardless of race, color
sex, familial status, han
national origin.


rsons. ADDITION unrecorded subdivision
read into in Section 19, Township 7 South,
served in Range 23 East, Bradford County,
community Florida; also described as the
Southeast 3/4 of the East 1/2 of a
received 210 foot by 210 foot square in the
n a sealed Northwest corner of the Southeast
aled Bid, 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of the
3:00 p.m., Southeast 1/4 of said Section 19,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East.
red at the NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Office by WILLIAM J. KESSLER & R B LEE
36-6382. Said property being in the County of
the right Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
n its best such certificate shall be redeemed
h or when according to the law the property
ithe best described in such certificate will
at the bids be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door at 11:00 A.M.
County to THURSDAY, the 3rd day of
yto obtain APRIL, 2008.
persons, Dated this 26th day of FEBRUARY,
, religion, 2008.
idicap, or RAYNORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
3/6 1tchg BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY (,qrftl Willfirnq


TAXDEED# 2008-0005
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ORA J. STORES the holders) of
the following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 280
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: JUNE 2005
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL #01248-0-00400
1 parcel of land in the North West half
of Lot 9 of Woodlawn, Section 18,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East.
Parcel being 40 feet wide by 370
feet deep, more or less, according
to plat thereof recorded in Plat Book
1 (later rebound at page 17), public
records of Bradford County, Florida.
Subject to Road Right of Way, and
easements, if any, now in existence
and/or of record.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED;
WILLIE FINLEY DECEASED
Said property being in the County
of Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door at 11:00 A.M.
Thursday, the 3r" day of April,
2008.
Dated this 26th day of February,
2008.
Ray Norman
SClerk of the Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams
SDeputy Clerk
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 966-6280.
3/6 4tchg 3/27
TAXDEED# 2008-0006
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
JOSHUA CLAY WHITAKER the
holders) of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it
was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 845
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: MAY 2001
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL #04910-0-00600
Lots 6, 7 & 8 of KESSLER'S


or 1 aroi vvitams
DEPUTY CLERK
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to.
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 996-6280
3/6 4tchg 3/27
TAXDEED# 2008-0007
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
ORA J. STORES the holders) of
the following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 123
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: JUNE
2005
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
PARCEL #00823-0-00400
A parcel of land situated in the
S 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of Section
36, Township 6 South, Range 21
East,, Bradford County, Florida;
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
at the Southeast corner of the S 1/ at
said NE 1/4 and run N. 00"02'05" E,
along the East line of said Section
36 a distance of 160.26 feet to a
concrete monument on the Northerly
right-of-way line of the Seaboard
Coast Line Railway; thence run S.
86*17'56" W, along said Northerly
right-of-way line, 1404.76 feqt to the
point of curve; thence run Westerly
along said Northerly right of-way
line with a curve concave Southerly,
said curve having a central angle
of 9"06'02", a radius of 2879.93
feet, an arc length of 457.43 feet
and a chord bearing and distance
of S. 81*44'55" W, 456.95 feet to a
concrete monument on the South
line of the S 1/2 of said NE 1/4
thence run N. 89*52'34" W, along
the South line of said S 1/2 of the
NE 1/2 a distance of 568.61 feet
to a concrete monument and the
point of beginning; thence continue
N. 89" 52 34 W. along said South
line 103.75 feet; thence run N.
00"01'55" E 168.27 feet; thence run
N. 77"25'14" E, 105.00 feet; thence
run S. 0021'08" E. 191.37 feet to
the point of beginning.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
THOMAS F. & FRANCIS M.
HAINES
Said property being in the County of
Bradford, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder at the


jVA~ux rdr!I


courthouse door at 11:00 A.M.
THURSDAY, the 3rd day of
APRIL, 2008.
Dated this 26th day of FEBRUARY,
2008.
RAYNORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY Carol Williams
DEPUTY CLERK
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (904) 996-6280
3/6 4tchg 3/27
PUBLIC SALE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. Gives Notice of Foreclosure
of lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on March 28, 2008,
10:00 am at 18536 US Hwy 301 N
Starke, FL 32091-0314, pursuant
to subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. SPRATLIN TOWING &
RECOVERY, LLC, reserves the
right to accept or reject any and/
or all bids.
1FMDU32X1TUD33897 1996 Ford
1FMZU32P7WZBO2273 1998 Ford
1G2WJ52M6RF326369 1994
Pontiac
2FMZA534XYBB26467 2000 Ford
3/6 ltchg
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Acution on Friday, March
21, 2008 at 10:00 AM at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL on the
following unit containing personal
items:
#33 C Pinckney
#49 M. Helmbrecht
#51 P. Faulkner
#54 B. Baldwin
3/6 2tchg 3/13
PUBLIC NOTICE
Bradford County EFSP Board
has been allocated $8,337 by the
National Board for distribution to
local agencies for emergency food
and shelter programs. Eligible
agencies must be governed' or
voluntarily governed non-profits,
have an accounting system, have
demonstrated the capability to
deliver food and shelter services
and practice non-discrimination.
Application deadline is 5:00 PM
on March 17, 2008. Call (352)
372-0294 ext. 12.
3/6 1pd
PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of Hampton is seeking
qualified candidates for the position
of grant writer to assist in an
application for CDBG grant. Please
send proposals to City Hall 5784
Navarre Avenue Hampton, FL.
32044.
The proposals m st be submitted
prior to March 11"1 at 7:00 p.m. If
you would like to make a proposal
to the City Council in person please
contact the City Clerk by Friday
March 7th 2008 to be placed on the
agenda. For further information call
Jane Hall at 352-468-1201.
3/6 ltchg
PUBLIC NOTICE
BILL ADAMS CHEVROLET OF
STAKE CLAIMS A LIEN ON
A 1992 CHEVROLET LUMINA
2G1WL54T8N9193331 FOR
.LABOR PERFORMED ON
VEHICLE THE CASH SUM IF
PAID BY LIENOR WOULD BE
SUFFICIENT TO REDEEM THE
VEHICLE FROM THE LIEN.
NOTICE THE DATE OF SALE WILL
BE MARCH 22, 2008.
NOTICE THAT THE OWNER OF


THE VEHICLE OR ANY PERSON
CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN OR
LIEN THEREON HAS A RIGHT TO
A HEARING AT ANY TIME PRIOR
TO THE DATE OF SALE BY FILING
A DEMAND FOR HEARING WITH
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN BRADFORD COUNTY
AND MAILING COPIES OF THE
DEMAND FOR HEARING TO ALL
OTHER OWNERS AND LIENORS.
THE OWNER HAS THE RIGHT
TO RECOVER POSSESSION
OF THE VEHICLE WITHOUT
INSTITUTING JUDICIAL
PROCEEDINGS BY POSTING
BOND IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION
559.917, FLORIDA STATUTES.
ANY PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE
OF THE VEHICLE REMAINING
AFTER PAYMENT OF AMOUNT
CLAIMED TO BE DUE BY LIENOR
WILL BE DEPOSITED WITH THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DISPOSITION UPON COURT
.ORDER


NOTICE OF PROI
ORDINANCE OF THI
COMMISSION OF ST
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI
the proposed Ordinance, v
hereinafter appears, will b
up for FIRST READING
March 18, 2008 and SEC(
FINAL READING ON Tues
1, 2008, at the City Co
Meeting commencing at
at Starke City Hall, 2
Thompson Street, Starke
A copy of said Ordinance
inspected by any memb
public at the Office of the
at City Hall, in Starke, Flo
On the dates above-n
all interested parties ma
and be heard with respe
proposed Ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-0
AN ORDINANCE C
CITY COMMISSION
G.CITY w OF 'TARKE, I
A" A^IFNG "CERTAIN
"'I F~I: Y, :-I'ADJACEI
NW.$ 17 Do STREET
ROAD) IN BRADFORD
FLORIDA; PROVIDII
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
SUBJECT PROPERTY B
AND BOUNDS; PR
DIRECTIONS TO THE
PROVIDING DIRECTIC
THE CODIFIER; PR
FOR REPEAL OF CONI
PROVISIONS OF
ORDINANCES; PROVIDE
SEVERANCE; AND PR
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA1
Linds
.. Starke, Flor

IN THE CIRCUI
OF THE EIGHTH
CIRCUIT IN
BRADFORD COUNTY,
CASE NO.: 04-2003
IN RE: The Marriage of
FRANK JOSEPH MANN,
Former Husband,
and
CARRIE LEE MANN,
Former Wife.
NOTICE OF AC'
TO: CARRIE LEE MANN
LAST KNOWN RESIDENT
724 ALTON ROAD, STAFF
FLORIDA
LAST KNOWN PLACE O
EMPLOYMENT-SONNY'
STARKE
CURRENT RESIDENCE-
UNKNOWN


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
of Supplemental Petition to Modify
Final Judgment has been filed in
the above-styled Court. You are
required to serve a copy of your
written response to TERENCE M.
BROWN, BROWN & BROLING,
attorney for the former Husband,
486 North Temple Avenue, Post
Office Box 40, Starke, Florida,
32091, on or before March 30,
2008, and file the original with the
Clerk of the Court, either before
service on the above-named
attorney or immediately thereafter,
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
Witness my hand and official seal
of the Court, on this 27'" day of
February, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of Court
3/6 4tchg 3/27


3/6 1tchg LEGAL NOTICE
The High Skills/High Wages
POSED Committee of Florida Works will hold
E CITY a meeting on Tuesday, March 11t"
rARKE, at 1:00 p.m. at 408 W. University
Avenue, Suite 501, Gainesville,
VEN that FL 32601. Please contact Celia
whose title Chapman at 352-955-6096 with
*e brought questions.
Tuesday, 3/6 1 tchg
OND AND-
sday, April LEGAL NOTICE
commission The Better Jobs Better Wages
7:00 p.m., Committee of Florida Works will
09 North hold a meeting on Thursday, March
e, Florida. 131" at 2:30 p.m. at Tacachale,
e may be Building #3, 6121 NE Waldo
ler of the Road, Gainesville, FL 32609.
City Clerk Please contact Celia Chapman at
rida. 352-955-6096 with questions.
mentioned, 3/6 1 tchg
ay appear
ect to this LEGAL NOTICE
The Finance Committee of Florida
)559 Works will hold a meeting on
)F THE Friday March 14'" at 2:00 p.m.
OF THE James Moore and Company, 5931
FLORIDA, NW 1si Place, Gainesville, FL.
REAL Please contact Celia Chapman at
t.R TO 352-955-6096 with questions. 3
IARkET 3/6 1 tchg
COUNTY,
NG A NOTICE OF SALE
OF THE Notice is herbygiven that pursuantto
Y METES the Florida Self Storage Facility act
IOVIDING Statutes (Section 83.801-83.809);
CLERK; Santa Fe Storage will sell for CASH
)NS TO to the highest bidder at 15540 N.E.
IOVIDING U.S. 301 Waldo, County of Alachua,
FLICTING Florida, at 11:00 am on Thursday,
OTHER March 27, 2008, and continuing
ING FOR day to day thereafter unt;I sold,
tOVIDING the household goods and misc.
TE. contents of the following:
W. Johns UNIT A011-Maurice Byrd, misc.
City Clerk items
ida 32091 UNIT A039-Jeanene Widner, misc.
3/6 ltchg items
UNIT A041-Rachel Ann Poor, misc.
T COURT items
JUDICIAL 316 2tchg 3/13
AND FOR
FLORIDA NOTICE OF SALE
3-DR-0539 Notice is herby given that pursuantto.
the Florida Self Storage Facility act
Statutes (Section 83.801-83.809);
Santa Fe Storage will sell for CASH
to the highest bidder at 1630 N.
Temple Ave. Starke, County of
Bradford, Florida, at 2:00 pm on
TION Thursday, March 27, 2008, and
continuing day to day thereafter
ICE until sold, the household goods and
IKE, misc. contents of the following:
UNIT 1023-Jalanda Hankerson,
F misc. items
3 UNIT A024-John Flyth, misc. items
UNIT 1024-James Baker, misc.
items
3/6 2tchg 3/13


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March 6, 2008

Love, Mom, Dad,
Meme & J.J.


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Crowd turns out for Lawtey festival


(Clockwise from top left)
Little Mr. Trail Ridge Brent Waldrop was
crowned at the festival Saturday, as was Mr.
Trail Ridge John James, pictured with his wife,
Regina, last year's Ms. Trail Ridge. Lawtey
Mayor Jimmie Scott named Gwen Williams
Ms. Trail Ridge for 2008, while Annslie Kaydin
Nipper took the title of Little Miss Trail Ridge.


nc
br Bob Sovilla of St. Mary's,
l of antiques and c

Grant writing
Meeting
Planned
Panarama HomelessCoalition
Inc. will. meet Thursday, March
13, at 6 p.m. The group will
discuss 2008 SuperNOFA
grants and membership.
Panarama Homeless
Coalition Inc. meets at Holy
Mission Inc., 625 Brownlee St.
in Starke.
For more information,
contact (904) 964-6192.


Ga., brought his collection
:ollectibles for sale.


Man catches monster fish after

using liThera-gesk
BEXAR COUNTY-Tom W. applied Thera-gesi'c"
to his aching casting arm and immediately caught a
40 lb Barking Palmeto Bluegill. When asked
f where he caught the fish, Tom painlessly replied.
"None of your dang business!"
1 Stay tuned for another Thera-Gesic" moment!


REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
ABC SCHOOL PROGRAM
Building Business-School Partnerships
The School Board of Bradford County, Florida is seeking proposals from qualified
businesses with operations in Bradford County Florida interested in partnering with
the district in the Building Business-School Partnerships (ABC) School Program.
The proposal is for the Business to provide facility, including the associated
operating and upkeep expenses, in which the School District of Bradford County
will provide an educational program for the children of business' employees in
grades K-3 as.consistent with the School Board of Bradford County approved
elementary school hours/calendar.
The Florida Legislature created Section 1013.721, (A Business-Community (ABC)
School Program to promote business partnerships in education, reduce school
and classroom overcrowding throughout the state, offset the high cost of
constructing educational facilities, and use due diligence and sound business
practice in using available space. An ABC school is a public school that offers
instruction to students from kindergarten through third grade.
For further information regarding this request for proposals (RFP) contact Becky
Reddish at reddish_r@firn.edu or (904) 966-6810.
03.06.08


Lawtey jewelry crafter
Diane Dobbs poses with Suty Mallinson poses with her pit bull, Buddy, who
her wares, took first place in the terrier category.



SCassels Christian Academy

K-3 through 12th Grade
There's a New School in Town!

Renee Cassels, a lifelong resident of Bradford County, has a
passion for children and their educational needs. She has
been teaching for over 12 years and has been named
STeacher Of The'Year two times. Renee and her husband,
Dale, are members of First Baptist Church of Starke and as
SChristians they have a Godly desire to build an environment
for children to grow spiritually as well as academically.

Cassels Christian Academy will offer K-3 thru 1 2th grade.
Their Building is located at 202 W. Market Rd., just off Hwy
301. Open enrollment has already begun and will
continue in March every Mon., Tues., & Thurs. evening
from 5 to 7 pm and every Saturday from 12 to 4pm.
SClasses will start August 2008.

The support has been overwhelming and plans are already
under way to start building a new campus in 2010.

You can e-mail your questions to:
come2christ4u@embarqmail.com or call 904-964-9787.


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40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles.
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
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AUCTION SALE!!! SAT-
URDAY, MARCH 15TH,
11am. Clayton Homes
auctioning all new and
used homes. Call for
more details, 904-276-
3828.
42
Motor Vehicles
'99 HANDI.PPED GMC
VAN t&5TS AVANA,
good condition -115K.'
miles. d'Tvbr and pas-
senger seats rotate to ac-
cept wheelchair persons.
Electric lift, tie downs, TV.
$15K or make offer. Call
352-473-8864.
2002 KAWASAKI 1500 VUL-
CAN NOMAD MOTOR-
CYCLE. Fuel injected,
shaft driven. 18K miles.
$6K OBQ Call Gene at
352-745-1815.
1995 4DR CUTLAS CIERA
OLDSMOBILE. Selling as
is. Asking price, $1,500.
Call 904-964-6033.
'91 DODGE DAKOTA,
LONG BED, 5SP, CD
player, drives good. $800,
call 352-870-1978.
PART'S TRUCK 1991 F-150
XLTLARIATS.W.B. Good
body parts, rear bed, cab,


no motor or trans. Call
904-964-4789.
1992 LEXUS LS400, HIGH
MILES,. RUNS GREAT,
reduced to$3995 Newer
battery and tires. Call
904-964-4111.
'99 RANGER XLT, $7,450
OUT THE DOOR. In-
cludes TT and T Dave's
Auto Sales, Inc. 904-214-
9357, dasmiddlburg.
com.
'td bCHEVY'4 4tRn I,
$5;950 OL T ThE ,DOiH
Includes T, T and T
Dave's Auto Sales, Inc.,
904-214-9357, dasmid-
dleburg.com.
'96 DODGE CUSTOM VAN,
56K, $6,450 OUT THE
DOOR. Includes T, T and
T. Dave's Auto Sales,
Inc., 904-214-9357, das-
middleburg.com.
'03 PT CRUISER TURBO
GT 68K, $10,500 OUT
STHE DOOR. Includes T, T
and-T. Dave's Auto Sales.
Inc., 904-214-9357, das-
middleburg.com.
'01 MAZDA 626, $5,950
OUT THE DOOR. In-
cludes T. T and T. Dave's
Auto Sales, Inc., 904-214-
9357, dasmiddleburg.
com.


43
RVs and
Campers
TRAVEL TRAILER, 1987
PROWLER LYNX, 24FT.
Front kitchen, new AC,
awning, very roomy.
$2,850, call 904-535-
6079.
45
, Land for Sale
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4 r.-.:IIiLE HOME, like
new F.i-,ar..:ing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146.
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and
up, low down. Owner
financing available. Call
1-800-616-8373.
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.


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47
, Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR LEASE OR sale Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with ol-
lice. barn. mini storage.
5 acres. oil of South 301
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th of
a mile from new Walmart.
Call 904-964-3827 for
more information.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
ONE STORE IN HEART
OF DOWNTOWN 111
Call St., $201,000 new
roof, designed for res-
taurant. Also, one retail


store, downtown Slarke,
$179,500 109 Call St,
new roof, good for office,
retail, etc. Call 904-964-
4111
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
48
Homes for Sale
RENT TO OWN BRAND
NEW 3/2, 1 car garage,
paved road, walking
distance to Keystone
schools, $895/mlh Call
352-258-0865.
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EF-
FICIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with pos-
sibility of additional mobile
home or RV. Located 2
miles from Starke on Hwy
100, 134th St. $184,000,
financing possible with
approved credit. Call John
at 904-964-6305.
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electri-
cal wiring, plumbing, AC
unit, cabinets, floor cov-
ering, Florida Power and
Light utilities, 2 miles N.
of Starke on 301, asking
$85,000. Phone (352)
745-0039.
FOR SALE BY OWNER -3/2
HOME ON 2+ ACRES.
1456 sq ft living space.
Central heat and air.
Above ground pool with
large patio. Unattached
work building and also
additional storage build-
ing. Located off Hwy301
South on CR227. $125K,
call 904-964-5582 after
6pm.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
I HAVE 2 MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE DWMH and
SWMH, 3/2 and 2/2. We
can move, owner financ-
ing, I am not a dealer,
352-283-8674 or 386-
684-1052 or 888-999-
1389. www.VacantLot-
sUSA.com.
I WANT YOUR PRETTY.
UGLY OR UNWANTED
MOBILE HOMES with or
without lot Fast cash,
quick closing Call 386-
684-1052 or 352-283-
8674 or 888-999-1389.
call anytime
ONE ACRE LOT WITH
A 3/1 SINGLEWIDE
plus large 14x28 addi-
tion. Owner financing.
Shed/workshop, carport,
fenced/crossed fenced.
OffCR225 $8,000 down,
$55K. Near SW 87th
Ave, Starke. Call 386-
684-1040, 352-283-8674
or 888-999-1389, www.
VacantLotsUSA.com.
ONEACRE WITH 2BR MO-
BILE HOME. 6860 NW
204th Terr., Starke, FL
32091. Call 802-897-
8624 or 904-782-3628.
WALK TO BRADFORD
HIGH SCHOOL from this
new 3/2 Homes of Merit


doublewide mobile hbme.
Partially furnished plus
appliances. $84K, call
Andy at 352-235-2972
3/2 AND 4/2 HOMES. WE
CAN FINANCE ANY-
BODY. Starting at $350/
mth. Call CJ at 352-622-
9996.
PRICES KNOCKED OFF BY
AS MUCH AS $15,000
FHA financing available.
$0 down. Call CJ at 352-
622-9996.
NICE 4BR MOBILE HOME -
TAKEOVER PAYMENTS.
Only $537/mth. Call Josh
at 352-622-9996.
LIVE OAK HOME, 3/2, 1,450
SO FT. Reduced up to
$12,000 off original sales
price with financing at 6%.
Call Circle B Homes at
352-351-2126.
DIVORCED 7 YEARS
LEFT. Take over pay-
ments. Call Josh at 352-
622-9996.
OVER-STOCKED! OVER
5 HOMES starting at
$29,899. Must go. Call
352-351-8514.
KNOCK OFF UPTO $17,000
OFF MOBILE HOME
PRICES. FHA financing
available. $0 down. Call
352-351-8514.
AWESOME 4BR MOBILE
HOME. Take over pay-
ments at only $537/mth.
Call 352-351-8514.
ONLY ONE LEFT, 28X52 4/2
2007 MODEL. $43.400
delivered, set-up, AC,
skirting and steps includ-
ed. Call 352-351-8514.
2007 FACTORY REPOS.
Never lived in. Starting
at $36,795. Delivered and
set-up on your lot. Call
352-351-8514.
28X80 4/2 WITH TOO MANY
OPTIONS TO LIST.
$1,000 down, $599/mth.
Call South Pine Homes,
352-671-9210.
DRIVE A LITTLE, SAVE A
LOT. 3/2, $28,233 de-
livered. Call 352-671-
9210.
NEW, USED, REPOS.
Starting at $29,900.
Ocala's premier dealer,
call 352-671-9210.
28X60 3/2 MOBILE HOME,
WELLAND SEPTIC. Like
new financing, available
in Union County. Call
386-496-1146.
12X65 MOBILE HOME.- 2/1
ON 1 25 ACRES with
large utility shed and boat
or car shed. 4" deep
well, sprinkler system plus
more. Must see, like new
Asking $70.000 OBO
Call 352-473-2442.
AUCTION SALE!! SAT-
URDAY, MARCH 15TH,
11am. Clayton Homes
auctioning all new and
used homes. Call for
more details, 904-276-
3828.
SPECIAL NEW 2008 28'
WIDE 312. Set-up and
delivered, A, skirting
and decks. Starting at
$36,995 or'-$329/mth.
Call 386-344-3908.
NEW 4/2 DOUBLEWIDE,
JUST $43,999. Must
see, payments starting
at $322.39. Call 386-
344-3908.
TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
KNOW ABOUT or don't
plan for? Then buy my


Living Rm, Dining Rm, Kitchen, 1700 sq. ft. on 1 acre. Screened & enclosed
patio. Ready to move in to! 15207 S.E. 25th Lane, Starke, FL. Call Wayne at
Douglas Realty 904-964-3073 352-745-1144 Cell 904-964-6593 Home.
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Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

(9041964-5069
405 W.'Georgia St. Starke
faulknerrealty@embarqmail.com

B a 9o


HORSES ALLOWED on this
approx. 5 acre Farmette
with 4BR Brick Home. Lots
of space inside and out!
Inground'Pool!
Recent Price Reduction to
$249,900


LARGE AND SMALL PARCELS
for homes or mobile homes.
1 ACRE
Septic & power pole
$32,000


from this 3BR/1.5BA, completely
remodeled home. Tile floors in
kitchen and baths, new carpet, all
new kitchen cabinets and lots of
them! New appliances, garage.
Priced for quick sale. $139,900


28x80 for $67K Includes
permits, well, septic, pow-
er pole, all hook-ups, set-
up, A/C, skirting, steps.
No impact fees. Call B.B,
386-344-3908.
ONE ACRE WITH 2BR MO-
BILE HOME. 6860 NW
204th Terr., Starke, FL
32091. Call 802-897-
8624 or 904-782-3628.
50
For Rent
VACATION RENTAL-LAKE
SANTA FE COTTAGE.
Weekend, weekly, month-
ly. 2/1 with dock, sandy
beach, swimming, boating
and fishing. Call 352-
468-2386.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, 2/2, $600/MTH.
Located in Lake Butler.
Call 904-966-0765.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ON
LAKE GENEVA, 3 blocks
from schools. 3/2, $895/
mth. Call 352-222-9111
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in Clay
County, close to Keystone
Heights.- $750/mth, call
352-475-6260.
1/1 SMALL HOME IN TOWN.
NO SMOKING, service
animals only. $425/mth,
$425/sec. Owner/agent
Ann Ryan, 904-364-6148
or 904-964-7330.
2/1.5 ON LAKE GENEVA.
Service animals only.
First and security. Call
352-473-2919.
3/2 WITH GARAGE -
317 REDGRAVE ST.,
STARKE. $850/mth, call
904-742-5985.
DOUBLEWIDE TRAILER,
24X50, 2/1. Central air,
gas heat. Has been com-
pletely remodeled. A doll
house you will not want
to miss out on. Has front
'and back porches. You
move, $12,500. Call 904-
782-3380.
2/1.5 MOBILE HOME, CH/
A. Washer and dryer,
garbage pick-up included.
Lake Bundy nearGrandin.
$560/mth plus deposit.
Call 904-614-717Q,
STARKE 2/1 HOME, $400/
MTH PLUS DEPOSIT.
Call 352-235-6319


2/1 5,WALKTO KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS'BEACH4 $650/
mth plus deposit One
year lease, call 352-475-
3348 or 352-514-2683
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
3/1 Lake Geneva home
for rent. Clean and bright,
Central H/C with separate
storage garage. $775/
mth plus $500 security.
Call 352-475-5718.
SUPREME LOCATION AND
LIVING in this 2/2 more-
than-a-mobile-home.
Split bedroom plan, fire-
place, upgraded kitchen,
carport, gorgeous lake
view on deck and much
more. Keystone Heights.
Credit report required.
$720/mth plus $720 se-
curity deposit. Carroll
Rentals & Management,
Inc., 352-473-1025.
ONEACRE LOT FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME READY.
No travel trailer or RV.
$200/mth, call 904-796-
0442.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tioh. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL-RENT 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865, for more infor-
mation.
BRAND NEW 3/2, 1 car
garage, paved road, walk-
ing distance to Keystone
schools, $750/mth. Call
352-258-0865.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME -
MOBILE HOME COMMU-
NITY. No banks, flexible
terms. Lake Butler area.
Call 386-496-8111 or go


BRAND NEW HOME 3/2 with approx.
1,354 sq.ft. with garage in Clay County
$1,100/month & security (R-22)
*4/2.5 home with approx. 1,932 sq.ft. located
in Seminole Ridge $950/month & security
(R-33)
3/2 MH in Hampton $675/month & security
(R-36)
3/2 DWMH in Hampton $675/month &
security (R-35)
Commercial Building in Keystone Heights
on SR-21.$900/month & security. (R-41)
2/1 Home located on Lake Melrose. $900/
month & security. (R-40)
3/2 Home in Ashley Lake Plantation. $950/
month & security.
2/1 Apt. Lake Geneva Oaks, water &
garbage included. $650/mo & security (R-42)
3/2 Home on Swan Lake Rd. $800/month &
security..(R-43)








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LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Ph: 386-496-3141.
TDD/TTY 711. Rertal
assistance for qualified
applicants. 1,2,3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC acces-
sible apartments Laun-
dry facility & playground.
after, sewer & garbage
provided. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
ON LAKE GENEVA MC-
DONALD'S MOBILE
.HOME PARK. 1, 2 and
3BR for rent. Call 904-
445-8669.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME,
USE YOUR TAX RE-
FUND CHECK to own
your own home. We can
make it happen. Call for
more details, 386-496-
8111 or go to www.hid-
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3/1 OLDER FRAME HOME.
Nice neighborhood
$550/mth, first, last, de-
posit, lease. Call 904-
964-3579.
2/1 GARAGE APARTMENT
Private, but in town. $450,
first. last, deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-3579.
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
tured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails. 386-496-8111.
3BR RENTAL $900/MTH.
CALLSUSAN FAULKNER
O'NEAL, 352-745-1212,
owner/agent.
SMALL MOBILE HOME
FOR RENT. Call 386-
719-7017 after 8pm.
51
Lost/Found
REWARD LOST MALE
AND FEMALE BOX-


ERS (fawn and brindle),
CR241 and CR18 Need
medication Please call
Brad 352-339-2767.

52
Animals and
Pets
PEKINGESE PUPPIES.
CKC REGISTERED
Health certificates, home
grown. Call 352-468-
1045 or 352-475-2428.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES Born 2/1/08,
will be ready end of March.
Small spotted donkey, fe-
male, very friendly. Two
llamas, female. Two faint-
ing female goats Call
904-964-8607
AMERICAN BULLDOG
PUPPIES FOR SALE
7 weeks old. Females,
$300 or males, $400. Call
Glenn at 352-235-1287
for more information.
CHI-WEENIE PUPPIES
ONE MALE, one female
with fluffy hair and one
female with short hair.
Parents on premises.
Born 12/25/2007. $135
cash each. Call 904-
364-7152.
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
53A
Yard Sales
AVIS'S ATTIC 1000 S WA-
TER ST., STARKE (Hwy
100). Sale starting March
1. 50% off winter clothes,
904-964-2596.
2 FAMILY SALE CHIL-


DREN AND ADULT
CLOTHES, household
items and much more
Saturday. 7am-? 100A
Griffis Loop, Claude
Morgan's.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8,
9AM-1PM. Starke KOA,
1475 S Walnut St. (301).
We did some cleaning
out, now it's waiting for
you. Misc, baby and kids
clothes. Food stand,
10-30am-12:30pm
MULTI-TENANT LIQUIDA-
TION YARD SALE March
15 and 16, 10am-4pm.
Free food and beverages
Santa Fe Storage. Waldo
Any questions, call Chris
at 352-468-2740 or 904-
796-2253.
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, MARCH 7 AND
8. 8:30am-? Antiques,
tools, tables, chairs, tins,
baskets,*linens, glass-
ware, misc. 411 Alton Rd,
904-964-6813. Behind
Madison Street Baptist
Church.
FAMILY YARD SALE SAT-
URDAY, 8AM-? 13121
US Hwy 301 South, 3
miles south of Starke.
Clothes, furniture, house-
hold items, etc.
YARD SALE SATURDAY,
3/8/08. Multi-family,
clothes, furniture, ouuse-
hold items, toys, etc.
CR233 (Morgan Rd), look
for signs. 8am-2pm.
ESTATE SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, March


7 and 8. 8am-5pm. An-
tiques, collectibles, lew-
elry and household items
of the late Bebe Stanwix-
Hay Located at 504 Le-
gion Terrace off of Orange
Street, Starke.
SATURDAY, 7:30AM-1PM,
1085 NEIL CT., Starke,
off Alton Rd by Madison
Street Baptist Church.
Baby clothes (boy), toys
and misc, health and
beauty, home decor, fur-
niture, etc.

REMODELED HOUSE -
MANY ITEMS ATAGOOD
PRICE. SR100 to CR18
West, first brick house on
right. Friday, 8am-?
HOME INTERIOR SPRING
INVENTORY SALE on
Saturday, 3/8 from 9am-
4pm. 9 miles past Starke
Elementary on CR229,
turn left on CR235, follow
signs. Charlotte Dur-
rance, 904-964-7575.
Candles, house accesso-
ries, greenery and more
Call for more info.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
301S, HAMPTON LAKE
OAKS subdivision. First
house on the right. Satur-
day, March 8, 8am-lpm.
SATURDAY, MARCH 8,
8AM-2PM. 7320 Villa-
nova Drive, Keystone.
SR214 to left on Yale,
follow signs. Lots of good
stuff, kids clothes, adult
clothes all sizes, dresser,
household items, toys.


CR229 W TO NW 77TH
PLACE, SATURDAY,
8am-5pm Children's
clothes, white baby crib,
dishes, clothes, coffee
table, pool table.
BIG YARD SALE OPEN
ALL DAY EVERYDAY.
From 301, take left at
Market Rd, light at fair-
grounds, left at stop,
follow road past dump,
just past Laura Baptist
Church, take first road
to left NE 21st Lane,
5th place on left, look for
signs. Sale is in yard and
on porch. Stove, clothes,
scrubs all sizes, electron-
ics, too much to list.
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD
SALE -SATURDAY, SR16
West, just before intersec--
tion with SR121, next to
Forestry Tower. Lots of
yariely furnishings, tools,
/toys, household items,
clothing (all sizes infant,
youth and adults), decora-
tions. etc.

53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
2 FAMILY PATIO SALE
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, 8am-? 621 Hebron
Ave., Keystone Heights.
Pictures, furniture, an-
tiques, linens and stuff.
ESTATE SALE KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS, Saturday, 3/8,
8am-lpm. 7695 Clo-


ee Family Owned & Operated Oee We Work From
sate Commercial Residential S"tart to nh!
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PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-9LW-ROOF
Fax 386-497-1452


Licensed Bonded
Insured
Workers Comp.
License # RC0067442


ver Lane off SR21 near
Friendship Bible Church.
Call 352-473-7556.

55
Wanted
WANTED DISH NET-
WORK RECEIVERS. Will
pay cash and will pick up.
Call 352-284-8140.
ANY USED LAWN EQUIP-
MENT, RUNNING OR
NOT. Mowers, weed eat-
ers, chain saws, tillers,
etc. Call 386-496-8431.

57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $6100, sacrifice for
$1100. 352-377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Br~qd.,rew Stil: boxed.

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Can deliver. Retail $5800,
sacrifice $1100. 352-377-
9846.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $100.
Call 352-372-8588.
GOLDEN FAITH MINIS-
TRIES BOOKS AND
GIFTS STORE. 101 Ed-
wards Rd., Starke. Call
904-964-7579, Tues. -
Fri., 10am-5pm and Sat-
urday, 10am-12pm.
GARDEN TUB, MARBLE,
$150. Call 904-509-
0693.
STEEL BUILDING SPE-
CIALS. Break through
show building discounts.
36x36, 100x100. Others
available. www.scg-grp.
com. Source: OFE, call
904-759-7173.
COMPAQ PRESARIO
COMPUTER WITH 17"
SCREEN and Hewlett
Packard printer, $200.
Call 904-964-5875.


LARGE CAPACITY WASH-
ERS AND DRYERS, $75
each with 90 day warranty.
Call 904-964-8222.
NEW SCRATCH AND
DENT DISH WASHERS
All brands and models.
Stainless steel, white and
black face, $150 each.
Call 904-964-8222.
SOFT SIDE KING WATER-
BED WITH 9 TUBES and
foundation for $200 OBO.
Call 904-964-7605.
MOVING SALE Computer
desk, $20. Big man rock-
er/recliner, $200: Dog
carrier, $20. Dog house,
$25. 3 bookcases, $20
each. Another bookcase,
$15. Black stereo cabi-
net, $25. 2 wood end
tables, $75 for the pair.
Ab Lounger, $50. Maga-
zine rack end table with
lamp, $10. TV/Microwave
rolling stand, $20. Call
904-964-4806 anytime.
CENTRALAIR CONDITION-
ER'S TWO 3.5 ton, $150


each. Rider mower's,
Snapper, 11.5hp, $300.
TORO 11hp, $250 OBO.
Try out here. Call 904-
964-4739.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
MATTRESS TWIN sets $89,
full sets $129, Queen sets
$159, King sets $189.
Mattress Factory, 441
East Brownlee St. Save
a lot. Cash and carry. Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
59
Personal
Services
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick


NEW HOME 1 ACRE LOT.
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3BR/2BA, wood, tile & carpet flooring, jacuzzi tub in master bath,
stainless steel appliances, fireplace, concrete drive, landscaped yard &
much more. $229,000

Ferguson office 904-966-2178
Homes ... cell 904-626-4550


QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964 ,/


STATE LICENSE #1305
Rotary Well Drilling 2-6" ,,
S864 N. Temple Ave. US Hwy 301 N.
Starke, FL Bm
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FOR SALE
2Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South Only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storagpand Barn
*Ideal location*
CaH (904) 964-3827


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Starke, FL


M We Haul Redi-Mixed Concrete
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4 BR/2BA, fireplace, metal roof, 2 porches, fenced, all appliances, carport,
storage and work shop, Move in now, located between Worthington Springs and
Lake Butler. 2 blocks off SR 121 on Little Springs Road. Call Ray at 352-339-
4132 or.386-496-2829.


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up anywhere. $100 and
up Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
LOVING GRANDMOTHER
WILL WATCH YOUR
CHILDREN in my home.
Very reasonable prices.
Call 904-964-9355.
JERRY'S ROCKAND SAND
WE DELIVER. Fill dirt,
hard pan, gravel, slag
and clay, or anything you
need. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CAREGIVER IN YOUR
HOME or hospital, or
nursing home. Run er-
rands & doctors appts.
25 years experience and
excellent references. Call
day or night 352-328-
1883 or 352-475-1917.

CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.

FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
$$$ FOR JUNK CARS -
GET TOP MONEY for
your junk car. There is no
charge for this service and
we'll put some fast cash
in your hand. No title, no
problem. Call 877-695-
JUNK (5865).


64
Business
Opportunities
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
LOOKING FOR PEOPLE
WHO WOULD LIKE
THEIR own home-based
business. Call 1-888-
246-2973.


65
Help Wanted
RESIDENTIAL FRAMERS
NEEDED. Must have
transportation and tools.
Call 386-623-7064 or
386-623-7063.
IRS JOBS $18.46-$32.60/
HR- NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided. For
appointment and free
#government job info, call
American Association' of
Labor at 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serve

SALES POSITION, UNLIM-
ITED INCOME. 5 day
work week. You deserve
the best and so do we.
Apply in person, Sunshine
Home Center, Starke.
Call 866-964-1817.
WINDSOR MANOR now
taking applications for
CNAs, 3-11 and 11-7.
Shift differential and ben-
efits. Apply in person ,
602 E Laura St., Starke,
FL. EOE/DFWP.


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC


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T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133
Voice TTYAccess -800-545-1833. Ed. 381




Limerock Concrete Sand

Slag Rock CrusherRun
Crushcrete Masonry Sand

Millings Gravels

Bradford Limerock.,
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
04-509-912A



Smith & Smith Realty
SheHaDaugherv,
Realor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell
(904) 964-9222 office
*4BR/3BA DWMH, Pool, Tool
Sheds & Playhouse on 3 acres.
Bring Horses. Reduced
$780s;OQ $140,000 MLS#409043

S1 Acre Wooded in Pleasant Grove
Area. Mobile Home Allowed.
$20,000 MLS #402345

*1 Acre on Griffis Loop
Contract Pending $23,000 MLS #418573

*49.87 acres outside of Hampton.
Wooded-Marketable Timber.
$498,700 MLS #323147

S10 acres outside of Hampton.
Wooded-Homes or Mobile
Homes.
$100,000 MLS #323204


ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtev, R.$35 alp
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave- Cable/HBO
Refrigerator- Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


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a list goes aon.
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14. 15. 2008 Montgomery.
Alabama (152) Single,
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Dumps. (117. Are 2007-
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2007 Mack Roll Off
Trucks. Truck Tractors.
Lowhoys. (84) Crawler
Loaders & Tractors. (67)
Excavators, (61) Motor
Graders & Scrapers. (38)
Backhoes. (41) Rubber
Tired Loaders,
Arliculating Dumps,
Compactors Grinders.
Forklifts. Paving,


THE CITY OF LAWTEY
IS NOW TAKING AP-
PLICATIONS for full time
maintenance supervisor.
Applications and full job
description available at
Lawtey City Hall, 2793
Lake St., Lawley, FL
from 7am-4pm, Monday
through Friday. Applica-
tions are being accepted
until Thursday, March 14,
2008. The City of Lawley
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
is currently accepting ap-
plications for one full time
position for equipment op-
erator for operating heavy
equipment, and other du-
ties that may be assigned
from time to time. All ap-
plicants must have a valid
Florida Driver's License,
CDL (Class B) preferred.
Salary willbe based on
the applicant's qualifica-
tions. Applications may
be turned in or mailed to
the Bradford County Road
Department at 812B N
Grand Street, Starke, FL
32091. The deadline for
accepting applications is


4pm, Thursday, March 13,
2008. Application forms
may be picked up at the
Road Depl. Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
NAIL TECHNICIAN NEED-
SED AT HAIRBIZ STYLING
SALON Room rental.
Call 386-496-2078 or
386-496-2908
NOW HIRING EXPERI-
ENCED BARTENDERS
Apply in person between
2pm-4pm at Cowboys
Sleakhouse Hwy 301
South in Slarke
DRIVER JACKSONVILLE
TERMINAL. Top pay for
experienced drivers. CT
Transportation. Home
every weekend guaran-
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tarped CDL-A required,
call 877-428-5627, www.
ctdrivers.com.
DRIVERS GREAT OP-
TIONS. 120 days home,
5% more paid miles, af-
fordable benefits, up to
$3,000 sign-on. Roehl,
the take-home-more,
be-home-more carrier.
Students welcome, class
A required. Training avail-
able. Call 888-867-6345.
GoRoehl com.


DRIVERS: :

TIME'S WASTING

TT/OTR DRIVERS NEEDED!
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EXCELLENT BENEFIT PACKAGEI::i

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1-800-362-0159

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Now Hiring
Fulltime Real Estate Professionals
Retirement Benefits, incl. Health
Excellent Training Program
Up to 90/10 Commission Splits
No Desk Fees
50-G Program
S401k Program
Call Stacy at:






EXIT REALTY EXCEL

(904) 964-EXIT
107C Edwards Rd., Starke, FL


CUSTOMER SERVICE
AND PRODUCTION
PERSONNEL with good
attendance and punctual-
ity records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N Temple
Ave., Starke. No phone
calls.
HOUSEKEEPING EX-
PERIENCE WORKING
WITH elderly residents
in retirement community.
5 days, 40 hours. Oc-
casional weekends and
holiday work. One year
experience. Good ben-
efits. Apply at Penney
Retirement Community,
Donna Bartalis, 904-284-
8548. Drug Free Work
Place & EOE.

DRIVERS: LOCAL OPPTY!
Great salary/benefits.
Route Sales/Service
Rep. HS Grad, CDL-B a
plus. Call 904-264-2607.
Recruiter-south@safety-
kleen.com.
NOW HIRING FOR GEN-
ERALLABORER. Please
apply in person at La-
zenby Equipment. Drug
free workplace, 904-964-
4238.


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Service Tech Needed

for maintenance
services, brakes
& light
mechanical repair.
Must have tools.
We have a training
program to advance
your career.
GREAT BENEFITS
Medical & Dental Ins.
Vacation Pay
Sick Pay
Holidays
& Paid Training
No nights or Sundays
Apply in person
US Hwy 301 S
Starke, FL
904-964-7200

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Skidders. Feller Bunchers.
Log Loaders. Farm
Tractors J.M. Wood
Auction Co.. Inc.
(334)264-3265 lBryanl
Wood AL LC #I 137.
Business O portunitics
ALL CASH CANDY
ROUTE Do you earn
$100 inl a day? 30
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$500 POLICE
IMPOUNDS (Cars fiom
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Toyota's. Ionda's,
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Electronics
Miscellaneous
Satellite Receivers
Viewsat Ultra $167.
Coolsalt 6000 $129.
Coolsat 6100 $159.
Captive works 600S
PrcmII inI 119) Disihes
Iiom 529 l)99
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Employment Services
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Experience. Excellent
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Depalnment (;5.
Needed: Florida
re rescntatives to lind
host families li,
international foreign
exchange program. Pan
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(X77)243-0322.
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LLC. Established 1977.
ATTEND COLLEGE
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Financial Aid if qualified.
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Norwood portable hand
salwmill. Log skidders
also available.
w% %v.nIor oodsawnilllsco
m/300N FR EEI
Information: (800)578-
13(3-lixl: 300-N.
Financial
Business Owners
accepting Visa/
Mastcrcar : (ict ip to
$20IIK working capital!
97'", approval. Bad Credit
OK. 3-minute application.
Ilundiig in 5 days or less.
Call (i80l)6(i7(6-4030
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Drivers: ASAP! Sign-
On Honis 35-42 cpmi
liarn o\ci $100O0 teckl'
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WEEKLY IHelping the


JOBS AVAILABLE-WE ARE
LOOKING FOR 17-34
year old high school grad-
uates to learn electronics,
mechanics, firefighting
and more. Earn while you
learn. Excellent training
schools. We pay salary,
room and board, medical,
relocation and more. No
experience required. Call
1-800-342-8123, Mon-Fri,
9am-5pm.
RECEPTIONIST/AC-
COUNTING Part time.
Need a detailed, orga-
nized individual with 2
years or more accounts
payable experience. Pro-
ficient in Excel and Word.
Good communication
skills. Experience with
inventories and sales tax
return a plus. DFWP,352-
473-4984.
CHILDCARE NEEDED
IN MY HOME for some


weekday nights and early
mornings for a toddler
and a 6yr old. Reliable
transportation required
References a must Call
352-473-9044 for more
information
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40
hr mm per week Apply
at Gator II Farm Sup-
ply South of Starke on
Hwy 301 HS Diploma
required
CAREGIVER CNAand/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled
clients. 2 or 3 days per
week. Sunrise Homec-
are Serviced, Hampton
Phone 352-468-2619.
HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED AT
O'HAIR. Call Whitney at
352-339-0644.
FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARTS TRIM-
MER NEEDED. 40 hr/wk,


Works
Alailhula Urdford A Communilm Plartnership
FloridaWorks is now offering a
free Basic Computer Workshop on
Tuesday 10am- lam and 2pm-
3pm. If you are interested in
attending this workshop stop by
the office in the Bradford Square
Center, 819 S. Walnut St. or call
904-964-8092.
www.floridaworksonline.com



BILLING & P/R CLERK

Experienced & knowledgeable in
billing & P/R. Key position with
Pritchett Trucking, Inc. Must have
experience in automated billing &
payroll system. Requires a strong
work ethic with excellence in
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Local service providers unite for literacy summit at library


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

-The literacy summit held
at the county's public library
last Friday ostensibly moved
the multiple service providers
present toward the goal of
establishing a network to battle
the county's illiteracy rate.
The group does have an
advantage it didn't possess
when it first met in 2006-a
12-month AmeriCorps Vista
grant awarded to Santa Fe
Community College Andrews
Center.
With that in place and Kathy
Still named as the college's
AmeriCorps Vista volunteer,
work can really begin toward
addressing the priorities noted
two years ago: developing a
brochure of in-county literacy-
oriented programs; forming
the aforementioned literacy
network to share resources and
grant writing responsibilities;
and improving family and
computer literacy rates in the
county.
The group also intends to
perform a community-wide


assessment to determine the.
gaps in literacy services and
train volunteers who will work
with children and adults on
reading, computers, finances
and other areas of literacy.
Attendees signed up for
various committees to design
the directory, conduct surveys,
train volunteers and staff the
booth at the county fair.
Bradford County Library
Director Phalbe Henriksen
announced that the group
had been invited to submit an
application for a United Way
Success by Six grant, which is
for programs that prepare kids
to learn.
"What we propose to do is
to the people who are falling
through the cracks," she said.
That would include parents


who are reading at a level
insufficient to take advantage
of'opportunities to further their
education. Using facilities
available in the new library,
including the computer lab and
children's story room, and the
Stump building next door to
provided a full family literacy
program.
Still said that not only means
working on reading with parents
and children, but on parenting
skills as well. Parents and
children will also be brought
together for the program's
most important component,
according to Still, which will
teach parents how to teach their
children.
"It's going to be a lot of work,
and we're only at being invited
to write the whole proposal,"
Still said. Henriksen said it was
an intimidating process.
"If we can pull off what
we've -proposed to do, it will
be a real accomplishment," she
said.
Success is going to rely on
establishing connections and
recruiting volunteers, Still
said, especially in lean times


for public funding. Bradford
County is lucky in the facilities
it has, from the library and
community college to the
career and technical center and
the many providers of early
childhood education. There
is also a generous church and
civic community, she said.
"What we need to do is really
just come together, connect and
share our resources, share our
volunteers," Still said.
Among the pther programs
briefly address was the 21st
Century Learning Center at
Starke Church of God by Faith,
which site coordinator Avery
Shell explained is providing
an after-school alternative for
middle-schoolers to improve in
the areas of math, reading and
computers. The program also
has components that address
health and fitness and the
prevention of negative activities
like substance abuse.
Deanna Coleman of the
school system's exceptional
student education department
discussed a new grnt.funded
program that workls.::oi dropout.
prevention, uniting .graduating.


seniors with services available
to them in the community and
may, through additional grant
funds, hire career specialists
to teach job skills in the
classroom.
"What we're looking at is
trying to identify the kids'
strengths so they don't drop
out and trying to gear them to
that," Coleman said.
The career
specialists
would identify
interests, hen
direct students
to volunteer
or job training
opportunities
that will provide
them with work
experience.
Groups
and' agencies
represented
included the
library, Santa
Fe Community
College,
Alachua County
libraries, Clay 4
County Literacy
Coalition,


Bradford-Union YMCA,
Starke Police Department,
Communities in Schools of
Bradford County, Bradford
County Health Department,
Episcopal Children's Services,
Bradford County Schools,
Early Learning Coalition, New
River Library Cooperative and
Sen. Steve Oelrich's office.


Brown chosen as Hampton

Employee of the Year


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


Barbara Brown, Hampton
Elementary School's secretary,
has been chosen as the school's
Employee of the Year.
Brown has been working in
the Bradford County School
System for 34 years.
Previous to her 14 years
at Hampton Elementary, she
worked at Lawtey Community
School for two years as a
paraprofessional and a data
entry specialist.
Prior to that she spent 18
years at Southside Elementary,
also as a paraprofessional.
Among her duties as
school secretary at Hampton
Elementary, she said, are
receptionist, bookkeeper,
payroll,data entry, 'dhool nurse
and securing substitute teachers
when needed.
Born in Gainesville, Brown
said she has lived, at various
times, in Starke, Keystone
Heights and Hampton. This
latter locale -she said, suits
her just fine as it is just a short
distance from the school.
She attended Starke
Elementary and Bradford High
School. At the latter she was
a cheerleader for the school's
state championship football
team in 1967. Staying true to her
roots, she is currently a sponsor
for the BHS cheerleaders.
This is not the first time that
Brown has been so honored
as Employee of the Year at
Hampton Elementary, having


Hampton

Music Fest

planned for

March
Saturday and Sunday, March
29 and 30, mark the return
of the Hampton Music Fest
to the city park on C.R. 18.
Bring a lawn chair and join
this weekend of food, fun and
relaxation.
Participating bands include
Flashback, Glen Snow and the
-Snowmen,Wildfire Band,Local
Traffic, Doug Williamson,
Willie and the Po' Boys,
Carport Critters, Dirt Road
Band, Steele Country, Lock,
Stock and Barrel, Molasses
Junction, Wombat Drive Force
and Southern Connection.
Plenty of food will be on
sale, including Rude Roy's
Barbecue, and Saturday will
feature free ice cream. There
will also be a bake sale, crafts
from a variety of vendors,
photography, cool T-shirts and
a blood drive sponsored by Life
South.
Plus, Monsters on a Mission
will, be offering rides in a
monster truck down at Bobbie
Shepphard Memorial Ball Park
(C.R. 325) for a don ion of
$5. Campsites will also be
available at this location (no
water or electric, but there are
public restrooms).


received the same recognition :
10 years ago.
She said she originally
gravitated toward the school
system (after four years as a
secretary at Bradford Furniture),
as it provided her with the
opportunity to fulfill her desire
to work with children.
"What I find most gratifying
about my work is when I see the
'light bulb' go on in a child's
face-indicating that they now
understand something that, up
until then, they couldn't," she
said.
Brown and her husband,
Dale, who is self-employed,
have been married for 40
years.
The couple has three children,
Kim, Dale Jr., and Kyle, along
with six grandchildren., "
Brown expressed a great deal
of pride at having worked at
a school that has been an "A"
school for the past five years
"The staff here is like family," I
Brown said. "Everyone pitches j
in when needed without any En
griping. I knew this is the school
where I wanted to retire."
'Brown said that in her leisure M
time, aside from spending
time with family, she loves
to fish with her husband at
Steinhatchee on the Gulf of
Mexico.
She also admits to being
addicted to sudoku number
puzzles, at which she said she
has become quite proficient, T
able to solve even the most
difficult ones in six to seven
minutes. BU


For music information,
contact J.J. Strickland at
(386) 523-5900. For other
information, contact Jim Mitzel
at (352) 745-2166.


Hampton Elementary's Barbara Brown



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Alligator Creek from the definition of the Wetlands;
and by adding Division 8, entitled, Alligator Creek
Conservation Buffer, which defines the Alligator
Creek Conservation Buffer area and prohibits.
structures and other development activities within
said conservation buffer.


The first of two public hearings concerning the
amendment and the first reading of an ordinance
adopting the amendment will be held on March 18,
2008 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Commission Meeting
Room, City Hall located at 209 North Thompson
Street, Starke, Florida. The title of said ordinance
shall read, as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-0577
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CITY OF STARKE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE; AS AMENDED;
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION, LDC 08-2, BY
THE CITY COMMISSION; RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE, PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 6-77.3 OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE BY DELETING THE 50
FOOT AREA ON EITHER SIDE OF ALLIGATOR
CREEK FROMr, THE DEFINITION OF THE
WETLANDS; AND BY ADDING DIVISION 8,
ENTITLED, ALLIGATOR CREEK CONSERVATION
BUFFER, WHICH DEFINES THE ALLIGATOR
CREEK CONSERVATION BUFFER AREA AND
PROHIBITS STRUCTURES AND OTHER
DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES WITHIN SAID
CONSERVATION BUFFER; PROVIDING
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IN CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE
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that the date, time and place of any continuation of
the public hearing shall be announced during the
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At the aforementioned public hearing, all interested
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Copies of the amendment and ordinance adopting
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Regional News

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



First phase of Shands Starke ER expansion is complete


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Kevin McBride is used to
making assessments. As a
doctor, he has patients who
rely upon him to evaluate their
symptoms and deliver an
opinion on what is the matter
with them.
On Feb. 28, however,
McBride was at a loss for
words. He was touring the new
wing of the Shands Starke
emergency room, which is
undergoing an expansion
project that will increase its
size from 3,100 square feet to
7,400 square feet and the
number of beds from five to
10.
"Actually, I'm speechless,"
said McBride, who serves as
chief of staff. "I'm just
overwhelmed."
McBride, other members of
the Shands family and various
members of the community
toured the new wing, which
includes an enhanced nursing
station, -decontamination
station for toxic and
biohazardous incidents, an
unloading bay that will
accommodate tvo ambulances,
nurses' and doctors' lounges
and six patient beds.
It's all part of a $4.4 million
project funded by Shands
HealthCare designed to better
meet the hospital's needs.
Shands HealthCare data
reveals that the Shands Starke
emergency room had 15,000
patient visits in fiscal year
2007. Expected growth in
demand is 3 to 4 percent
annually.
"We're so excited," said
Andrea Waterhouse, the



Starke Rotary
brings back
Beast Feast
After a five-year
hibernation, the Starke Rotary
Club will revive its Wild
Game Beast Feast in order to
raise funds for its Santa Fe
Community College
scholarship endowment fund.
The feast will be held on
Saturday, April 5, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club,
starting at 6 p.m. In addition to
wild game, there will be plenty
of sides and desserts, along
with entertainment, a silent
auction and $1,000 in cash
prizes.
All proceeds from the
auction and the feast will help
the Rotary Club endow its
scholarship fund for local
students at SFCC.
Tickets are $65 and can be
purchased from any Rotary
Club member or by calling
Ameriprise Financial Services
at (904) 966-0002 or the
Bradford County Telegraph at
(904) 964-6305.

Applications
are being
accepted for
Betty Warren
scholarship
Applications are currently
being accepted for the Betty
Warren Memorial Scholarship,
which is presented annually by
the Col. Samuel Elbert
Chapter, National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
The deadline to apply for the
$750 scholarship is Monday,
March 31.
Those interested must meet
the following requirements:
American history, medical
field or education as a course
of study.
Completed freshman year
(24 hours) at Santa Fe
Community College.
Grade-point average of
3.0.
Resident of the Santa
Fe/Starke area/Bradford
County.
Sophomore year to be
completed at Santa Fe
Community College.
For more information on
submission requirements,
please call the Santa Fe
Community College Andrews
Center at (904) 964-5382.
Application packets, once
assembled, should be
submitted to: SFCC Andrews
Center, Attention: Cheryl
Canova, '209 W. Call St.,


Starke, FL 32091.


hospital's chief nursing officer.
"We're just ecstatic. Our staff
has been waiting very patiently
for this day."
Waterhouse and several


fellow co-workers have
worked at the hospital long
enough that they remember the
days when there were just two
beds in the ER, which was a


part of the original Bradford
Hospital building.
Shands Starke Administrator
Jeannie Baker recalled how
that original ER had no doctors


in house.
"It was really something
when you had to call the
doctor in to come help the
patient," Baker said.


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Showcase allows potential masons to showcase skills


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Students who set out on a
chosen career path can spend
time in a classroom, reading
from textbooks, but oftentimes
it takes a bit of practical
experience to complement
what is learned in the
classroom and give students a
taste of what the real world is
like.
With that in mind, Mike
Beville, the instructor of the
Masonry program at the
Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center, cannot even
begin to describe how valuable
..-the Northeast Florida Pre-
Apprenticeship Masonry
Showcase is to his students
and other students from area
h-,-igh schools and vocational
centers.
"I don't know how to put
into words how much value
these kids will get out of this,"
Beville said following the
fourth annual masonry
showcase, which was held at
the Bureau of Federal Property
Assistance in Starke on Feb.
29.
Five teams composed of five
members each competed in
this year's showcase, which
afforded not only the
opportunity to put skills to use,
but to meet and interact with
many people who work in the
masonry industry.
"There were several fairly
high-powered people who
showed up there and were
looking at the work," Beville
said.
Menendez High School of
St. Augustine won the
showcase, but the Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center team was just 11 points
behind. Bradford-Union won
the showcase last year.
"Our team was fairly
consistent across the board
with the work they did,"
Beville said.
Teams representing the
Suwannee Hamilton Area Vo-
Tech Center, Ridgeview High
School and a school out of
Camden County, Ga., also
competed.
Each participant was first
required to take a written test,
which is employed as a
tiebreaker if necessary. Every
participant scored the
maximum.. of. 100Q..,points,..onX .,_.
that test with the exception of.
-one student whosecored a 90.-''- ,-w,
Following the written test,
participants must demonstrate
their skills by laying a pre-
determined pattern of brick
and block. Participants were
judged in the following
categories : plumb, level,
. .--square and range,-
measurements;- correct design,
manipulation, tooling and
neatness, full joints and
production. Each participant
started out with 100 points in
each category, with points
being deducted if certain
criteria were not met.
Those who judged the
projects knew full well what
they were looking at as they all


has the skill and knowledge at
this point to compete at the
national level," Beville said.
In fact, Ennis has that skill
level, too, Beville said, despite
the fact this was just his
second year competing in the
showcase.
"They are that good,"
Beville said.
A class competition was
held to determine the other
three team members, who were
Jarvis Brown, Kyle Brown and


ABOVE: Jarvis
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to make sure
his project is
level at the
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work in, various facets of the
masonry industry.
"All our judges are
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the Florida Masonry
Apprentice and Educational
Foundation.
The entire showcase lasted
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hours.
Prior to the competition,
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and Codey Rogers both
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This year, Rogers' score was
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was not far behind.
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OBITUARIES


Denise Tinsley

Denise Tinsley

Denise Tinsley
STARKE Sergeant Denise
Elouise Tinsley, 53, of Starke died
Saturday, March 1, 2008, at
Jacksonville Rehab Nursing
Center following an extended
illness.
Sgt. Tinsley was born in
Kingsley on February 4, 1955. She
was a lifelong resident of Starke.
She was a nurse's aide at VA
Hospital in Gainesville. She
served 15 years in the U.S. Army-
and was employed 10 years at
Lake Butler Hospital.
Sgt. Tinsley was a member of
Free Cannon Church of God's
Praise in Starke and served on the
usher's board and as a devotional
leader. She was also a graduate of
Clay County School System.
Sgt. Tinsley is survived by:
mother, Pearlie Mae Sanders of
Starke; 10 sisters, Mae Pearl
Woods, Maggie Tyson, Mary
Cruger, Juanita Smith, Elaine
Knight, Eva Leverson, all of
Starke, Mary Faniels of
Columbus, Ga., Martha Thomas,
Maxine Sandels, both of Atlanta,
Ga. and Thelma NeSmith of New
York; four brothers, Cecil Sanders
and Marvin Sanders both of
Starke, David Sanders Jr. and
Chris Sanders both of Atlanta, Ga.
Sgt. Tinsley was preceded in
death by: her father, David
Sanders; sister Johnnie Bell
Coleman and nephew, Tyrone
Sanders.
Funeral services will be held on
Sunday, March 9, at Free Cannon
Church of God's Praise in Starke'
at 1 p.m. with Elder Lavon
Donaldson Euologist and Elder
Vick Givens presiding. Interment
will be in Oddfellow Cemetery
following the services.
Arrangements are under the care
of Haile Funeral Home in Starke.
The family will have visitation
on Friday, March 7, at Haile
Memorial Chapel from 4 to 5 p.m.
The family will receive friends
from 5 to 8 p.m. and one hour
prior to the service.


Birta Banks


Birta Banks
STARKE Birta Mae Banks,
85, of Starke died Sunday, March
2, 2008, at Shands University in
Gainesville following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Banks was born in
Hastings on April 30, 1922. She
moved to Starke from Gainesville.
She was a homemaker and a
retired custodian. She was a
member of New Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church in
Starke.
. Mrs. Banks is survived by: two
sons, Willie Banks Jr. and Robert
L. Banks both of Starke; three
daughters, Sarah Lou Smith, Joan
Brazell both of Starke and Mattie
Mae McCloud of Gainesville; 18
grandchildren, 13 great-
grandchildren; two great-great-
grandchildren and friend, Maybel
Scott of Gainesville.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, March 8, at New Bethel
Baptist Church at 11 a.m. with the
Rev. Everett Brown Eulogist and
the Rev. J.W. Warren presiding.
Interment will be in Oddfellow
Cemetery following the services.
Arrangements are under the care
qf Haile Funeral Home in Starke.
The family will have visitation


on Friday, March 7, at Haile
Memorial Chapel from 3 to 4 p.m.
The family will receive friends
from 5 to 8 p.m. and one hour
prior to the service


Joseph Boehnlein
MELROSE Joseph "Joe"
Philip Boehnlein, 69, of Melrose
died Sunday, March 2, 2008, 4t
Haven HIspice' of the Lakes in
Palatka following a long illness.
Mr. Boehnlein was born in
Cleveland, Ohio, on Dec. 15,
1938, and moved to Melrose in
1981 from Jacksonville. He was of
the Catholic faith and retired from
the U.S. Navy as a jet engine
mechanic.
Mr. Boehnlein is survived by:
wife, Vivian Boehnlein of
Melrose; sons, Joseph Boehnlein
of Lake City and Timothy
Boehnlein of Jacksonville; two
granddaughters and two step-
granddaughters.
Memorial services will be held
on Friday, March 7, at St. William
Catholic Church at 10 a.m. with
Father Mike Williams conducting
the services. Interment will follow
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Sandra Crouch
MELROSE Sandra Cerese
Crouch, 69, of Melrose, died
Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice Center in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Crouch was a lifelong
resident of Melrose and a member
of Orange Heights Baptist Church.
She was a medical transcriptionist
for Shands Health Care.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Marion Otho
Crouch; parents, Albert and Merle
Hinnant and a grandson, Nicholas
Crouch.
Survivors include: three sons,
Stanley Crouch of Hampton,
Darryl "Ted" Crouch of Melrose,
and Glenn Crouch of Keystone
Heights; a brother, David Hinnant
of Melrose; a sister, Pat
Dougherty of Melrose; and five
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Monday, March 3, 2008 at Orange
Heights Baptist Church with
Pastor Lonnie Broome officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Haven Hospice
Care Center, 4200 NW 90th Blvd.,
Gainesville, 32606, or Orange
Heights 'Baptist Church, Orange
Heights.

Virginia Hildreth
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Virginia Elizabeth Hildreth, 89, of
Keystone Heights, died Thursday,
February 27, 2008, following an
extended illness.
Mrs. Hildreth was born in
Parkersburg, W. Va. and she
moved to Keystone Heights six
years ago from Hollywood. She
was a Protestant, a retired
telephone operator and medical
secretary. .
Mr. Hildreth.is survived by:
two daughters, Charlotte Ann
Hildreth-Hehn- of Cambridge,
Md., and Mary Lou Hildreth of
Keystone Heights; a
granddaughter, Emily Charlotte
Taylor of Jupiter.


Memorial services were held
Saturday, March 1, at her
residence in Keystone Heights
with Pastor Danny Smartt
officiating. Arrangements were
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.
In lieu of flowers contributions
may be made to Lake Area
Ministries, 330 Palmetto Ave., in
Keystone Heights, 32656.

Clyde Kyle
BROOKER Clyde Arthur
Kyle, 79, of Brooker, died Friday,
Feb. 29, 2008, at Shands Starke
following an extended illness.
Mr. Kyle was born in Cogan
Station, Pa. and lived most of his
life in Brooker. He was retired
from Drill Tech in Alachua
County and also was retired from
Florida State Prison in Starke. He
was a member of New River
Baptist Church in Brooker.
Mr. Kyle is survived by:
daughter, Linda Russell of Tampa;
two step-daughters, Rosa Mae
Jones of Brooker and Earlene
Rogers of Lacrosse; a stepson,
Richard Benton of Starke; 13
grandchildren and several
grandchildren and his caretakers,
Danny and Vickie Benton.
Mr. Kyle was preceded in
death by his two wives: Helen and
Vera Kyle.
Funeral services were held
Monday, March 3, at New River
Baptist Church. Burial followed in
the church cemetery.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

'Bernie' Megill
EARLETON -- Bernice Etty
Megill, 66, formerly of
Jacksonville, died Feb. 27, 2008,
at Shands AGH in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Megill was born in
Gouveneur, N.Y., to -the late
Oakley and Esther Best Griffis.
Prior to her retirement, she was an
event sales coordinator for the
Marriott Hotels for 29 years. She
was a member of the Deer
Meadows Baptist Church in
Jacksonville and was a volunteer
for the homeless and Children's
Miracle Network.
Mrs. Megill is survived by:
husband of 45 years, Albert J.
"Rocky" Megill; daughter, Sarah
Anne Megill of Jacksonville; three
sons, Michael Megill of
Leavenwork, Kan., James Adam
Megill and William Andrew
Megill, both of Jacksonville, and
Thomas A. Megill, of La; three
grandchildren and three great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services were held
Tuesday, March 4, at the Keystone
Heights Cemetery with Pastor.
Michael Rile)' officiating.
Arrangments were under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Winnie Parks
FOLKSTON, GA. Winnie
Mae Parks, 96, formerly of
Dinsmore, died Tuesday, Feb. 26,
2008.
Ms. Parks was born Jan. 10,
1912 in Ellijay, Ga. to the late
Jasper M. and Mae S. Cole Parks.
SShe attended Beaver Street Baptist
Church in Jacksonyille.
Ms. Parks is Survived by: two
nieces, Barbara Carter of
Keystone Heights and Reda
Jannotti of Middleberg; nephew,


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Heights and several great nieces
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Graveside services were held
Thursday, Feb. 28, at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
the Rev. Tom Tyer officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral of
Keystone Heights.

:-Dale M miller
KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS -
Dale Robert Miller, 49, of
Keystone Heights, died Monday,
Feb. 25, 2008, from injuries
received in an automobile
accident.
Mr. Miller was born in
Jacksonville, he worked for J&M
Manufacturing Co. in Green Cove
Springs in the tool and dye
department for 20 years.
Mr. Miller is survived by:
mother, Rosabelle Sauzo Miller of
Keystone Heights; son, Jordon
Miller of Keystone Heights; two
daughters, Amber Miller of
Gainesville and Leeanna Miller of
Keystone Heights; three sisters,
Marlene Saunders of Orange Park,
Bernetta Miller of Gainesville, and
Octovia Doll of Orange .Park;
brother, Ralph Miller, Jr. of
Keystone Heights; and two
grandchildren; former wives,
Wendy Miller of Keystone
Heights and Margo Miller of
Gainesville.
Mr. Miller wa preceded in
death by his father, Ralph Martin
Miller.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday, March 8, at 10 a.m. at
the DeWitt C."Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with Pastor Don
Corbit officiating.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Miller Wilson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Miller Ray Wilson, 70, of
Keystone Heights died Saturday,
March 2, 2008 at his residence
following a long illness.
Mr. Wilson was born in Bailey,
N.C. on Sept, 5, 1937, and move
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Panama City, Michael Wilson of
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Hampton, Va.; brothers, Ralph
Wilson of Glouchester, Va., and
Eujene Wilson of New Port News,
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Middleburg American Legion at 6
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conducting the services. Interment
will be at a later date in Virginia.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

James McCauley
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. -
James D. McCauley Jr., 88, of
Hendersonville, N.C., died Friday,
Feb. 29, 2008, at Pardee Hospital.
Mr. McCauley was the son of
the late James D. McCauley Sr.
and May C. Kober McCauley. He
was born in Philadelphia, Pa. and
was a prior resident of Boynton
Beach and Keystone Heights,
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Accreditation breeds confidence


Accreditation is status attained
when tax-funded entities work to
provide consistent services across
the nation regardless of size of the
facility or locality in which it operates.
However, becoming fully accredited
is optional and expensive, and
many smaller political subdivisions
subscribe to some of the accreditation
standards, but not all, and are not in
full compliance.
In Florida, the Commission
for Florida Law Enforcement
Accreditation administers the program.
Although Florida did not formally
adopt accreditation until 1993, some
law enforcement agencies became
accredited under the federal program.
The Florida commission recognizes
federal accreditation, but the agency
requires membership in the state
agency for full accreditation.
Sheriff offices and police
departments in the larger Florida
counties are in compliance, but
law enforcement agencies in the
smaller.,counties, especially those
in the Florida Panhandle, remain
unaccredited. Without a substantial
tax base, the cost is prohibitive to the
smaller agencies.
Both Bradford County Sheriff Bob
Milner and Starke Chief of Police
Gordon Smith estimate the annual cost
to be approximately $35,000-$40,000
per year, with the initial cost running
even more.
Accrediting agencies establish
written standards by which an agency
operates, and is audited and inspected.
Internal rules and regulations are
based on the published standards.
Law enforcement agencies have 273
basic standards, with many more
added ,for jail ope~atios oicother "
-activities included in an agency's areg
of responsibility.
The basic standards are grouped
into 39 areas with requirements
for organization, authority, use of
force, etc., and include every facet of
operating a law enforcement agency.
They cover almost every situation
that an officer may encounter.
Law enforcement officers and
employees who meet training
requirements ard are knowledgeable
in accreditation standards represent a
treasure to the community in which
they serve.
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to a number of advantages for law


enforcement agencies to associate
themselves with a national organization
that requires it's membership to
conform to rules and regulations
common to all agencies with similar
missions. Proponents for accreditation
cite some advantages of affiliation as
follows:
-It provides professionalism for a
contingent of the population engaged
in a difficult field of employment
that is not always appreciated by the
public. A large segment of society
has experienced unpleasant situations
with law enforcement, resulting in
low esteem for officers.
-It establishes, a.bond between law
enforcement personnel-throughout the
nation regardlessof the circumstances
that bring them in contact with
one another. That bond provides a
lubricant for working across boundary
lines in locating people or gathering
evidence.
-It provides 'consistency and
continuity in law enforcement
agencies when everyone adheres to
the same rules and regulations. It
is effective when .officers respond
in a like manner.,t. like situations.
It increases confidence in a law
enforcement agency known for its
accreditation.
-It brings respect 'to officers,
agency administrators and city and
county commissioners.
-It decreases the cost of insurance.
Insurance carriers see accredited law
enforcement agencies as being better
risks, especially for those companies
that provide liability insurance.
--It lowers the risk of litigation.
Attorneys acknowledge that accredited
agencies are operating in compliance
witW" rergglihal! standardss within
legal parametl', ad unless.it can be
proven a standard has been violated,
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Sheriff Milner and Chief Smith are
correct in their assessment of the
current financial situation for Starke
and Bradford County. Both principals
see their departments as being 75-80
percent in- compliance and review
accreditation standards regularly to
upgrade their positions when possible.
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Nashville
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A concert featuring
Nashville recording artists
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AMVETS Post 86 in Keystone
Heights- this Saturday, March
8, at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $10, with
proceeds going to the
AMVETS post.
Pailer, a resident of Lady
Lake who has a gold record,
will be the show's featured
artist. She attempted to break
into music at a young age, but
resorted to teaching in Dade
County before a second chance
led to the recording of her CD
"Candy Sue" in 2001.
Cook, a resident of Ocala,
has played on 186 number-one
hits. He recorded with Patsy
Cline on such songs as
"Crazy," "Walking After
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and "I Fall to Pieces," and
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Opry for four years. Cook was
also on "Hee Haw" for seven
years.
The two artists have done
benefit concerts for veterans
many times, including a
performance that raised $3,000
for the Veterans Hospital in
Gainesville.
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To learn more about Pailer,
please visit her Web site:
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March 21, at the Starke Golf
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The tournament, which
features a shotgun start at 8
a.m. for the first flight and 1
p.m. for the second flight
(dependent upon enough teams
having registered), will be
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Each individual will be given a
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determining your team's
qualification for awards.
The cost is $50 per person,
which includes cart, lunch, a
goody bag and prizes.
Cash prizes of $500, $300
and $200 will be awarded for
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by purchasing tickets to enter a
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S record she
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CRIME


Missing teen
found in
Gainesville
A 16-year-old Lawtey girl
reported missing was found in
a Gainesville motel with a man
she met online a few weeks
ago.
Thejuvenile's father reported
taking his daughter on Feb. 28
at 4:20 p.m. to the ballfield in
Starke for a high school
softball game, Starke Police
Department Lt. Barry Warren
said. The father left to get
some new game socks. When
-he returned, the teen, her purse
and cell phone were missing
-but her bat bag with equipment
was found by the restroom, Lt.
Warren said.
Starke detectives obtained the
teen's Boost phone records and
tracked a subscriber who had
been, frequently communicating
with the teen, Lt. Warren said.
During the investigation they
learned the subject may have
been named James, may have
been 25 or more and may have
a Eclipse Spyder.
Further investigation
revealed "James" was taking
the juvenile to a hotel in
Gainesville, and she was to
turn the next morning, Lt.
Warren said.
S The subscriber information
listed James German Dziedzic,
29, of Astor as a suspect. He
was possibly driving a 2003
Mitsubishi convertible.
A,BOLO was updated and
officers from SPD searched the
area motel parking lots from
Starke to Baldwin and
Gainesville.
At 2:10 a.m., Capt. Harvey
Rhoden located the suspect
vehicle at the Comfort Inn on
13th Street in Gainesville.
Detectives ., contacted the
Gainesville Police Department
and through, a coordinated
effort, the'juvenile was located
in the room with the suspect.
Dziedzic was placed under
arrest for two counts unlawful
sexual activity with a minor
interfering with the custody of
a child and contributing to the.
delinquency of a minor. He
remains in custody without
bond.
Dziedzic was arrested in
December as part of a cyber
sting aimed at adults using the
ifmrnefT to meet yotlig'
$22,000 bond from the Lake
County jail the day after his
arrest. That case against him is
pending. He was accused of
traveling to meet a minor for
illegal sexual conduct, use of
the Internet to lure a child and
attempted lewd and lascivious
battery on a child between 12-
16 years old. Dziedzic thought
he was communicating with a
14-year-old girl, but found he
had been speaking to a male
deputy who was part of the
Lake County cyber crimes
unit.
It is unclear where Dziedzic
really resides, Lt. Warren said.
During his arrest he indicated
he had been involved in other
relationships with "young
girls."
"Hopefully, he will remain
in custody" this time," Lt.
Warren said.
SIf anyone has information
involving Dziedzic, please
contact the local police
department.
Sgts. Kevin ,Mueller and


Stephen Murphy were
responsible for the tracking,
locating and recovering of the
victim, Lt. Warren said.

Three face
charges from
traffic stop
Three Starke men who were
in a vehicle that was traffic
stopped after committing a
traffic infraction were placed
under arrest.
Just after midnight on March
3, a vehicle driven by Roderick
Lynn DeSue Jr., 19, was
stopped on Northwest C.R.
229 by Bradford Sgt. Brian
Davis. Randell Deavan Risby,
a passenger in the vehicle,
threw a bottle of suspected
crack cocaine out of the door as
the vehicle stopped, Sgt. Davis
said. Also in the vehicle was
Travis Gerard Alexander.
During a search of the
vehicle the officer located 49.3
grams of suspected powder
cocaine. All three admitted to
knowledge of the cocaine being
inside the vehicle, Sgt. Davis
said. DeSue, Risby and
Alexander were charged with
trafficking in cocaine, Sgt.
Davis said.
Risby, 20, was also charged
on a capias for failure to appear
and is being held for Alacbua
County.
Alexander, 25, was also
charged on a caipais for failure
to appear trafficking in cocaine
and fleeing and eluding
trafficking in cocaine with
bond set at $100,000.

Starke man
arrested on
drug charge
A 36-year-old Starke man
was arrested March 1 after
being found with marijuana
that was packaged for sale.
Larry Lamar Griffin's vehicle
was stopped at 1:09 a.m. on
Old Lawtey Road at Market
Road where 22 grams of
marijuana were found in
individual packages in $5 bags
intended for sale, according to
Starke Patrolman M.T.
Brinson. Griffin was charged
by Patrolman Brinson with
possession of cannabis more
than. 20 grams and possession.
of controlled substance' with
intent to distribute.
Bond was set at $50,000.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following- individuals
were arrested recently::by local
law enforcement: officers in
Bradford, Clay (keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Daniel L. Kelsaw, 22, of
Yulee and Termaine A. Byrd,
23, of Starke were arrested
March 2 by Starke Patrolman
P.A. King for possession of
cocaine. Police responding just
after 10 p.m. to a complaint of
loud music and narcotic
activity coming from a vehicle
parked at T.H.E. Apartments,
found the two men standing by
the vehicle. A strong odor of
burnt marijuana was detected


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cocaine was l) odmid in Kelsaw's
paii:, pocket. Paliimnani Kingl
said. plastic h Lg wa:; found
ill J p ck 'I l,-,ic the bag
\,'C.' l'\ t' :-,il I r bhags
Con I Fin 1I li1i i L jU nall and a
thtbe c 'Iitiing 'li ciack cocaine,
Patrtolmuan King .aid. Byrd was
,iL L. 1;_ charged with
possession oof mariuana,
dPaorlman King said.
James A. Drapr II, 20, of
Jaclkionvilale wai arrested
for possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Draper's vehicle
was stopped for faulty
equipment at 2:37 a.m. The K-
9 alerted on the vehicle for
drugs, Patrolman King said.
During a search, a glass
marijuana pipe with residue
was found behind Draper's seat
and a plastic bag of marijuana
was found under the seat,
Patrohlman King said. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for
Draper's release from custody.

Craig Nevitt, 32, of
Keystone Ieights was arrested
Feb. 26 by Clay for aggravated
battery two counts.
Darrell J. Crews, 22, of
.Starke was arrested Feb. 28 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for domestic battery.
Crews was charged with
striking the victim by pushing
her against a vehicle. He' was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was posted.
Kevin R. Swaggerty, 36, of
Worthington Springs was
anrestcd Feb. 23 by Union
Deputy Leslie Crews for
battery. Swaggerty was charged
with grabbing and striking the
victim. Swaggerty was
intoxicated at the lime, Deputy
Crews said.
Tyione Stoutanire, 49, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 29 by
Union Deputy Mindy Goodwin
foi criminal attempt.
Stouramire pushed the
postmaster in an attempt to
secure his mail, Deputy
Goodwin said. Stoutamire has
a post office box but has not
paid the rent, Deputy Goodwin
said.
Casecy Davis, 30, ut
Keystone ilfeights' was anrreted"
Feb. 27 by Clay for grand
theft.
Keri Learma Gcigei, 21, of'
Starke was arrested e.b. 26 by
Starke Patrolman :David
Schlofman for retail theft.
Geiger concealed merchandise
in a baby bag in her shopping
cart at Wal-Mart. She then
walked through tie grocery exit
without paying, Patrolman
Schlofman said. Value of the
merchandise was $72.74. She
was also charged on a warrant
for violation of probation petit
theft without bond.
Charles A. Eddins, 43, of
Staike was arrested just after
midnight on March 2 by
Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
disorderly intoxication and
violation of probation. Eddins
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and was
stumbling and causing a
disturbance on Thomas Street.
A condition of his probation.


was to be inside at 10 p.m. and
to not consume alcohol in
excess, Sgt. Crews said. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Dwayne Gann, 64, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 27 by
Clay deputies on a wilt of
attachment.
Antonio Pierre Urolia, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
29 by Clay Deputy A.F. Scott
on a Bradford warrant for failure
to pay child support. He was
transported to Bradford. Urolia
may purge by paying $2,970.
Tommy Smith, 40, of
Baldwin was arrested March 1
by Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for retail theft. Smith
was apprehended after he left
the Kangaroo store with candy
bars in his pocket. The candy
bars were recovered, Patrolman
Lowery said. Smith was also
charged with robbery by sudden
snatching and battery that
occurred on Feb. 29. Smith hit
the victim in the head and
removed currency from the
victim's pocket before leaving
the scene on a bicycle,
Patrolman _Lowery: said.: The
victim decJined medicall
treatment. B6iid' o' Si'ith' was
set at $35,000." .
Aaron Pogs,,19, Of Keystone
Heights was'arrested Feb. 28
by Clay dephiiies on warrant
for burglary to a dwelling. On
Feb. 29 Pons yvas charged with
two counts burglary, two
counts grand' theft, criminal
mischief and' burglary while
armed. ,
Jonathan'' Trainor,. 23, of
Kingsley Lke' was arrested
March 1 by::Clay deputies on a
warrant for simple battery.
Edward Lamar Williams, 39,
of Lake Butler. was arrested
March 2 by .Florida Highway
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release from custody.
SSherry Juanita Gilliman,
35, of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 25 by Bradford Deputy
Robert Lyons on a capias from
Clay County fbr failure to
appear. Bond was set at $190.
Gilliman was transported to
Clay.
Thomas Wichterman, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear for violation
of probation possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Kelly Herman Vaughn, 56,
of Trenton was arrested March
3 by Union Deputy John
Gootee on a warrant from Dade
County for contempt of court
failure to pay child support. He
may purge by paying $2,000.
Danny Earl Diston, 45, of
High Springs was arrested Feb.
13 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a writ of bodily
attachment. He may purge by
paying $3,570.
Dennis Walter Montgomery,
23, of Starke was arrested Feb.
29. by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel on a military fugitive
warrant for desertion. He is
being held without bond.
Timothy Wayne Williams,
40, of Lawtey was arrested
Feb. 26 by Capt. Tomlinson
on a capias for failure to appear
three counts misdemeanor
offense. Total bond was set at
$7,500. Williams was picked
up at the Taylor County Jail.
Gary Lee Smith Sr., 45, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
28 by Deputy. Gootee on a
warrant from Pinellas County
for open container. Bond ,was
set at $213.
Dwayne Edward Gann, 49, of
Ft. Walton Beach was arrested-
Feb. 26 by Bradford Sgt. E.J.







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Kiser on a writ from Clay
County. He may purge by
paying $2,000.

Adrian Antwon Hankerson,
23, of Starke was arrested Feb.
29 on warrants burglary of
structure, battery great bodily
harm and affray. Total bond
was set at $32,000.
Michael Eugene Sowers, 49,
of Middleburg was arrested
Feb. 28 by Clay Deputy S.P.
Olohan on a warrant from
Bradford County for violation
of probation possession of drug
paraphernalia. He was ordered
to serve 12 days.

Traffic
Thomas Peter Anema, 65, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 2 by Patrolman King
for driving under the influence
(DUI). Anema's blood-alcohol
level was .17 percent. His
vehicle was traffic stopped, at
2:08 a.m. on' North Temple
Avenue. A $2,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Thomas Mack Arnold, 26, of
SWaldo was arrested Feb. 26 by
Patrolman Brown for DUI and
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS). Arnold
refused testing when his
Toyota was stopped on U.S.
301 north in Starke. He was
released from custody after a
$3,000 surety bond was posted.
Allen Gordon Wall Jr., 35,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 25 by Bradford Cpl.
Thomas Sapp for DWLS
knowingly. Bond was set at
$5,000. Wall was also charged
on 'a warrant from Flagler
County for failure to appear
grand theft with no bond.
Jesus Marques-Rubio, 21, of
North Carolina was arrested
Feb.'26 by Deputy Crews for
DWLS. He has never had a
license from Florida.


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Tiffany Rowe and
Ryan Gemelli

Rowe and
Gemelli are
engaged
Neal and Annette Jones of
Starke announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Tiffany Ann Rowe of Starke,
to Ryan Christopher Gemelli
of Raiford, the son of Butch
and Brenda Gemelli of
;zie bride-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School, and
is employed by Western Steer
Steak House in Starke. She
n ;c-thds: the cardiovascular
program at Santa Fe
i Community College in
Gainesville. She is a member
of. First Baptist Church of
Starke.
/t'e j groom-elect is a
graduate of Union County
i High School and is employed
by"-'the Department of
S:'Coreetions. He is a member of
SFirst Baptist Church of Starke.
Sa'ijvledding will take place
oni 'Saturday, May 9, 2009, at
First Baptist Church of Starke.
SA reception will be announced.

Arnette and
Griffis will
Swed in March
Tony and Cathy Arnette of
Lawtey announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Christy Arnette, to Patrick
"Joey" Griffis, the son of
Glenn and Norma Griffis of
Glen St. Mary.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, March 8, 2008, at
SEvergreen Baptist Church, off
I C. .. 3,4' .
A reception will follow at
Evergreen Baptist Church
fellowship hall.
All friends and family are
invited.

BIRTHS


Johnnie Beliflower
Johnnie Bellflower


Johnnie

Bellflower
Johnnie Bellflower Sr. and
Jessica Vernon of Starke,
announce the birth of their son,
Johnnie Daryle Bellflower, on
Jan. 29, 2008.
Johnnie weighed 6 pounds,
11 ounces and measured 20
inches at birth.
Maternal "grandparents are
Ron and Nancy Vernon of
Jacksonville.
Paternal grandparents are
Johnnie Bellflower of Lake
City and Hellan Jones.


Wyatt Stratton


Wyatt Stratton
Edward and Cicilie of
Orange Park announce the
birth of their son, Wyatt Allen
Stratton on Feb. 16, 2008.
Maternal grandparents are
Edie Rivers of Middleburg and
Tommy George of
Jacksonville.
Paternal grandparents are
Michael and Diane Stratton of
Orange Park.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Ricky and Mary Jenkins of
Iake Butler.


Laura Rund and Ryan
Chaisson


Rund and
Chaisson to
wed
Nathan and Lisa Rund of
Keystone Heights announce
the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Laura Rund of
Keystone Heights, to Ryan.
Chaisson of Palm Harbor, the
son of Steve and Cindy
Chaisson of Newnan, Ga.
The bride-elect is attending
Santa Fe Community College
and is a member of
Community Church in
Keystone Heights.
The groom-elect is attending
Warner Southern College and
is a member of Bayside
Community Church.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008, in
Clearwater at 4 p.m. A
reception will follow Palm
Harbor Community Center.
Family and. friends are
invited.


Woman's Club
To meet
The Woman's Club of
Starke will hold its regular
monthly luncheon meeting
Wednesday, March 12. Social
greeting time is 11:30 a.m.,
with the luncheon meeting
called to order at noon.
American Home Life
Chairman Barbara Casey has a
special program planed. As a
special treat, her daughter,
Kathy Hobbs, a long-time
teacher at Southside
Elementary School, will bring
a program on her many years
of experiences in taking
students on educational trips to
various sites in New Ykrk
City; Washington-sDA '?. and
"Tallahaqse .- Y
Pam Whittle will announce
final plans for the club's
Saturday afternoon Old
Fashion Hatters Tea and
Fashion Show which will be
held Friday, March 15 at the
Woman's Club from 2 to 4
p.m.
Tickets are on sale for $10
and will be available from any
club member. All community
ladies are invited to enjoy an
afternoon of tea and fashion.
Ladies are encouraged to wear
their fanciest hats, although, it
is not required. Suzann
Groves, manager of Say I Do
bridal shop on Call Street, is
providing the fashion show
and will be featuring local
grandmothers, daughters and


Ekenbarger
and Denmark
will wed
Del and Carol Ekenbarger of
Keystone Heights announce
the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Kandice Diane
Ekenbarger, to James Brandon
Denmark, son of Richard and
Adrianne Denmark.. of
Keystone Heights.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School, is employed as an
administrative assistant at
Helen Hersey Reality and is a
student at Trinity Baptist
College in Jacksonville. She is
a member of Freedom Baptist
Church
rThe' groom-elect is a
grdiiate 'bf Keystone Heights
Hi lr'-efiooQl ::Trinity Baptist
Cdollge' in May 2008, works at
Helen Hersey Reality and is a
member of' Freedom Baptist
Chiiuch.
:The wedding will take place
on Saturday, June 7, 2008, at
Freedom Baptist Church at 4
p.m:'A reception will follow at
Trinity Baptist Church.


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until .May. Anyone in the
community area interested in
signing their children up for
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is nc6turaged to contact Lisa
Tathiumat (904) 782-1230, or
Joan Rogers at (904) 964-
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Jacquelyn Totura and
Evelyn Womack, co-chairs of
the fundraiser Casino Evening
will be bringing club members
up to date with plans for the
May event. Proceeds from this
event will be for the
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Jo Beth Roberts and
Chad Heinrich


Roberts and
Heinrich will
marry
Richard and Janet Roberts of
Ormond Beach and Melanie
Hale of Alachua announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Jo
Beth Roberts, to Chad
Heinrich, the son of Alan and
Jetta Heinrich of Clermont.
The bride-elect is a 2004
graduate of Bradford High
School and is a cosmetologist.
The groom-elect is a 2003
graduate of Southlake High
School and is a student at the
University of Central Florida
pursuing a mechanical
engineer degree.
The wedding will take place on
Saturday, May 31,2008, at 2 p.m.
in Mount Dora.
Invitations will be sent.


BC Relay for
Life meeting
is Tuesday
The next Relay for Life of
Bradford County meeting is
scheduled for Tuesday, March
11, in the community room at
Capital City Bank in Starke
from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
This year's Relay for Life
will take place May 2-3 at the
Bradford High School track.
If you plan to attend the
March II meeting, please
R.S.V.P. to Brett Hipsley by
calling (888) 295-6787 ext.
117 or sending e-mail to
brett.hipsley@cancer.org."'
B.'.


Henry 'H.B' Kelly

Henry 'H.B'
Kelly turns 90
Henry "H.B." Kelly was
given a birthday party
celebrating his 90'" birthday by
his children, Johnny Kelly of
Gainesville, Linda Woods of
Starke and Brenda Roux of
Alachua.
The celebration was held at
Bayless Highway Baptist
Church in Starke following
church services on March 2,
with a barbeque dinner.

World Day of
Prayer set
for March 7
Women and men in more
than 170 counties and regions
will celebrate World Day of
Prayer, Friday, March 7.
"God's Wisdom Provides


How much home can you
afford? How do you even
begin to find the answer to
that question? You've proba-
bly heard terms like "pre-
approval" and "pre-qualifica-
tion" tossed around, but do
you understand the critical
difference between those
.twCoZCf your,anweir~s '"ni,"
then please read on to avoid
major disappointment when
you make your offer.
"Pre-qualification" is a
fine place to start, but if
you're really serious about
the time and money you're
going to invest in purchasing
a home, you'll really want to
focus on 'pre-approval."
Approval, and not just quali-
fication, ,is sec9ied when you
compleeratnd submit a loan
application, along with the
appropriate documentation
and fees.


U^Itnitedl
S otunitr

Amlnrican Dream


New Understanding" is the
theme used by women of
Guyana for the prayer service.
The local service will be
held at the First Presbyterian
Church in Starke from 11 a.m.
until 1 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend the prayer
service and participate in a
covered-dish luncheon
following the service. Child
care will be provided.
Invite your friends, family
and communities of faith to
join the women of Guyana in
prayer and song to support
women's ecumenical ministries
toward justice, peace, healing
and wholeness.
The annual offering will
support the work of the World
Day of Prayer and help meet
the needs of families in regions
of turmoil worldwide.

Cake
decorating
class starts
Monday
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical ('enter's
advanced cake-decorating
class will begin this Monday,
March 10, at 6 p.m.
The prerequisite for this six-
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NEWSBRIEFS' .


The 2003 Hyundai shown on its side on U.S. 301 north of Starke was,
driven by a teenager who passed out from huffing a can of air duster. The
vehicle struck a fire hydrant, splintered a power pole and was struck by a
patrol vehicle during a chase Feb. 28.


Teen driver
crashes car
on U.S. 301
On Feb. 28 at 10:30 a.m.,
Starke Police Department Sgt.
William Murray was involved
in a traffic crash on north U.S.
301, south of the conference
center.
The officer was attempting
to stop a 2003 Hyundai that
was northbound at a high rate
of speed. The vehicle was
passing vehicles while in the
turn lane at 60 mph, Sgt.
Murray said. It appeared the
passenger was fighting with
the driver, Sgt. Murray said.
The vehicle left the roadway,
struck a fire hydrant and then
struck a utility pole. After
spinning clockwise for a full
rotation, the Hyundai rolled
onto its left side, Sgt. Murray
said. The officer attempted to
come to a complete stop prior
to impact with the Hyundai but
was unable to avoid the
vehicle. The patrol car struck
the rear of the Hyundai, Sgt.
Murray said.
The Bradford High School
students in the Hyundai were
transported to Shands Starke
for treatment of their injuries.
When they, were interviewed,
the passenger stated the driver
had purchased a can of air
duster at Wal-Mart and
immediately inhaled the
contents, 'SPD Lt. Barry
Warren said.
The passenger stated they
were northbound and when they
got to S.R. 16, the driver again


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Warren said. The driver then
passed out, and the passenger
stated he tried to steer the
vehicle while trying to wake
the driver. The driver still had
his foot on the gas pedal and
the passenger lost control of
the vehicle, at which time it
struck the fire hydrant and pole,
Lt. Warren said.
The teen driver was charged
with driving while intoxicated.
His blood was drawn for
toxicology, Lt. Warren said.
Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Stephen Troy Arnold, 30, of
Raiford was arrested March 1
by Patrolman King for DWLS
and as a habitual traffic
violator. Arnold's vehicle was
stopped for failing to dim
headlights. His license has
been suspended a total of 17
times, including being ~riked
foi' 60' r: tiths- i 200a4'as a
habitual traffic violator. Arhold
is currently on felony
probation, Patrolman King
said. He was released after a
$5,000 surety bond was posted.
Kristy Sauls, 24, of Lake
Geneva was arrested Feb. 28 by
Clay for DWLS habitual.


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Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 27 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for DWLS with
knowledge. A $500 cash bond
was posted for her release.
Dennile M. Chambliss, 31,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 27 by Lawtey Patrolman
M.W. Starling for DWLS and
on warrants for failure to
appear DWLS and worthless
check. Chambliss' vehicle was
stopped for speeding in a
school zone. Surety bonds
totalling $3,004 were posted
for his release from custody.
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Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 28 by Clay for possession


of drug paraphernalia and no
valid driver's license.
William Michael Bland, 32,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 27 by Jacksonville
officers on a warrant from
Bradford County for reckless
driving. Bond was set at
$5,000. Bland was transported
Feb. 28 to Bradford.
Thomas Lloyd Moore, 47, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 23 by
Deputy Gootee on a Bradford
warrant for DWLS. He was
transported to Bradford Feb. 26.

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closed
due to fire
An early-morning fire at
Sonny's in Starke was not in
the pit.
The restaurant remains closed
for business as of this time,
but owner Larry Reddish hopes
to be open within a few weeks.
Still under investigation, the
cause of the ,fire,, is
undetermined. as of press,time.
Estimated,; pr ertiy 0,ia4ge is
$30,000 ,with,,...$20,000, to
contents, .ccoding to e. fire
report. ;, ... .1- ,,*; ..:
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should have a date,,; for
reopening,", Reddish, .said, "I
feel a resppisijbiitjy,,.to, my
employees and,.my,,customers
who are more :jhan.:ustomers.
They are my friends' ..,
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was in the-planning -"stages.
That plan may be slowed down
since clean ig up'i'fie':ie fire
and smoke .will be a priority,
R eddish sai.jd7' ',. ",. *.'.'.' '
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showing from the structure
when Starke Fire Department
arrived. Entry was gained
through the front door and fire
was found in the storage area in
the kitchen at the rear of the
building, Starke Fire
Department Chief Tom Rowe
said. The fire was quickly
extinguished and the thermal
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storage and kitchen area.
"The response time of the
fire departments was amazing,"
Reddish said. "I cannot say
enough nice things about their
professional caring manner."
Assisting were the Theresa
and Lawtey volunteer fire
departments.
Firefighters involved were
Chief Rowe, Jason Hersey,
Gary Wise, Derrick Dowdy,
Brian Stephens, Greg Starling,
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Life Ministries, 204 N. Water
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March 10, in Lake Butler at the
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Emergency
room nurse
Rhonda Wilson
(center) shows
one of the new
patient
monitors to
Wendy
Resnick,
Assistant tothe
Vice president
of financial
services for
.Shands
HealthCare,
while Melanie
Jackson (left)
of Bradford
Emergency
Medical
Services gets a
closer look.


Shands Starke Administrator Jeannie Baker (far right) helped conduct tours as
well. Here, she is showing off the new wing to Terry Vaughan (far left) and Sharon
Gaines.


Emergency
room nurse
LeeAnn Blalock
(far right)
points out
some of the
new facility's
features to
Jennifer
Johnson
(center) and
Kristy Lofton, .
who are both
radiologic
technicians-
special
imaging.

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Continued from page 1B

when what has served as the
ER for the past 21 years
opened, giving the hospital
five beds to work with and a
lot more space. Nicula said she
remembered thinking that the
new ER looked like a mansion.
"Now, when you see this,"
she said as she walked through
the new facility, "it's just
awesome."
The new ER features
enclosed patient rooms,
creating more privacy as
opposed to simply separating
beds by curtains. New beds
will actually weight patients,
while new touch-screen
monitors can be transported
with the patients.
"It's just up-to-date, state-of-
the-art technology now,"
Nicula said.
The ER rooms also include
flat-screen televisions and
telephones. Josh Sheppard, the
hospital's director of facilities,
said those additions were made
with patient comfort in mind.
Telephones allow patients to
stay in contact with their
families to let them know
what's going on, he said, while
televisions serve as a way to
help patients pass the time as
they await lab or X-ray results.
"Each exam room is similar
to that of a hospital room,"
Sheppard said. "Even though
this is an emergency room and
they're here for a short time,
we're trying to make their
short stay here as comfortable
as possible."., ; ... .,
Patients are not the only
-ones'who will benefit from the
project, said Baker, who is also
excited about the addition of
nurses' and doctors' lounges.
"It's going to mean a lot,
she said. "They can get back
there and have a little time to
sit down and eat their meals."




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be able to monitor every
patient (up to a maximum 'of
10) in the ER from that station,
and building a private
family/bereavement room.
Utility rooms for such things
as supplies and linens will also
be built as part of the current
renovation project.
This expansion project
includes just some of the many
improvements made to patient
care at Shands Starke. An
eight-slice CT scanner and the
county's first MRI unit were
installed last year, while the
ER expanded its hours for its
Fast Track program, which
reduces wait times.
McBride said hospital staff
has always performed
admirably with the equipment
and facilities at its disposal in
the past. The ER expansion
and other improvements, he
said, will only help to better
serve the community.
"I think we've been doing an
excellent job with what we've
had, which was limited
compared to the larger
facilities," McBride said.
"Now, I think we can certainly
give even better
comprehensive care to this
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Waterhouse, like Nicula,
thought that the previous ER
was too spacious when it
opened. However, it became
apparent the hospital would
need even more space as the
hospital and community'
continued to grow, Waterhouse
said.
A community advisory
council came to the same
conclusion, reporting to
Shands HealthCare three years
ago that one of the biggest
issues facing the hospital was
the size of its ER.
Baker and Waterhouse could
not say enough about Shands
HealthCare, which is funding
the expansion project. Shands
Starke has a community
advisory council, which
reported to Shands HealthCare
three years ago that one of the
'biggest issues facing the
hospital was the size of its ER.
Now, Waterhouse couldn't
help but admit that it felt as if
the hospital had moved
"uptown." The new ER
facility, she said, has created
such a different setting.
"We've been waiting a long
time for this," Waterhouse
said. "We've talked about it,
planned for it and asked for it
for years. It was worth the
wait."
The project is expected to be
complete in May 'with the
renovation of the previous ER
facility. That will include
gutting the inside and building
four new patient rooms,
extending the nursing station
so that those who man it will


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Indians defeat
Tigers by 1 in
baseball
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County's Thomas
Cason had a no-hitter going,
but Keystone Heights broke
that up in the fifth inning,
scoring three runs off of three
hits, a passed ball and a walk
to defeat the Tigers 3-2 in a
District 6-3A baseball game on
Feb. 27 in Keystone.
The Indians' Zach Davis
bunted safely, stole second and
scored on a passed ball to tie
the game at one run apiece.
Cole Belote then drew a walk
and stole second before
scoring on Scott O'Steen's
double. O'Steen later scored-
on a two-out single by Colton
Crews.
Chance Howell was
responsible for both Union
runs. His double in the second


inning scored Cason, who led
off the inning by drawing a
walk. Howell pulled the Tigers
within one in the sixth when he
scored on a double by Zeke
Scaff.
Andrew Secules earned the
win for Keystone, pitching the
last three-and-a-third innings
for his first decision of the
season.
Keystone (2-4) was
scheduled to play Union again
this past Tuesday and will host
Middleburg on Friday, March
7, at 7 p.m. The Indians are
then scheduled to play North
Forsythe (Ga.) at Gainesville
High School at 1 p.m. on
Saturday, March 8, before
traveling to Orange Park to
play Ridgeview on Monday,
March 10, at 3:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, March 12,
Keystone will host.Gainesville
at 7 p.m.
Earlier KHHS results:

Middleburg 6 KH 4
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second straight game against a
team from District 3 in Class
4A, but could not earn a
second straight win, losing 6-4
to Middleburg on Feb. 19 in
Middleburg.
Keystone head coach Alan
Mattox said the Indians,
coming off of a 3-0 win over
Bradford, got a good enough
performance from pitcher Nick
Riemer, but added the team
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Riemer gave up seven hits and
one walk, striking out seven.
O'Steen led Keystone
offensively, going 2-for-4 and
driving in two runs. Clayton
Mosley, Ryan Latner and
Dustin Packham each went 1-
for-3.

Palatka 6 KH 0
Palatka took advantage of
eight walks and four errors to
hand the Indians a 6-0 defeat
on Feb. 22 in Keystone.
It was a scoreless game
through five innings, but
Palatka scored five runs in the
sixth.
Pitchers Mosley and Secules
combined to give up no runs
and no hits while the game was
still scoreless.

Tigers get
second big
win in a row
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Mason Dukes drove in three
runs as the Union County
baseball team put together its
best offensive performance of
the year, collecting 12 hits en
route to an 11-1 win over
visiting Hamilton County on
March 3.
It was the second straight
win for the Tigers, who have
outscored their last two
opponents 21-1.
"Maybe this is a sign of
things to come," Union head
coach Brian Tomlinson said.
Dukes, who was 3-for-4, had
one of the team's three
doubles. Jake Prevatt and
Kaleb Windham, who were
each 2-for-4, had the others.
Kris Bracewell (1-1) picked
up his first win. Tomlinson
said he thought his team was
going to no-hit a team for the
second straight game. The
Trojans did get a hit off of
Bracewell in the fourth, which


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led to their only run.
In all, Hamilton had just two
hits off of Bracewell and
Gabriel Snyder.
The Tigers were scheduled
to play district opponent
Keystone Heights this past
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Interlachen on
Tuesday, March 11, at 7 p.m.

Tigers bounce back
from disappointing
losses in big way
Union was on a two-game
skid after a close district loss
in which its pitcher gave up
only three hits and a seven-run
loss in which the hitters and
pitchers struggled.
A young Pierson Taylor
team provided the remedy for
that brief losing streak. Zeke
Scaff hurled a no-hitter against
the visiting Wildcats, while
Dukes and Justin Hanson each
drove in two runs in a 10-0
District 6-3A win in five
innings on Feb. 29 in Lake
Butler.
Scaff (2-0) struck out 11
batters and had a perfect game
going until the Tigers
committed an error to allow
one baserunner.
"Zeke .:Scaff pitched a
magnificent, game," Tomlinson
said.
The Tigers;" who scored: six
of their runs irf the' first twvo
innings, got doubles ;from
Hanson (two):, Windham: and
Clint Andrews.-- :
Hanson finished the game 2-
for-3, while Dukes v'as 2-for-
2. .
The win improved the Tigers
to 2-1 in district play.
It was a much better outing
for Union, which was coming
off of a 9-2-loss to Taylor
County on Febi::28 in Lake
Butler. .
The Taylor County pitcher,
whom Tonrilinson said throws
consistently::in the 78-80 mph
range with a"nice curveball and
knucklebai.ji:'kept the Tigers
off balance: al:night.
It was jsit a tough game to
have to play following an
emotional loss to district
opponent Keystone (see
related story).
"It's hard to get up for the
next game (after such a loss),"
Tomlinson said.


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Sam Ennis applies mortar to a brick. Ennis will go
on to compete at the SkillsUSA state competition
along with two other Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center students, including Codey Rogers.


MASONRY
Continued from page 2B

Beville's students who
didn't' compete in the
showcase were a big part of it
nonetheless. His students-
including those not in the
masonry program-did all the
prep work the day before the
showcase and assisted the day
of the competition.
"All of my carpenters were
involved in it as well as my
:masonry class," Beville said.
The Northeast Florida Pre-
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is a qualifier for the SkillsUSA
state competition, which will
be held in Bradenton in May.
Teams participating in the
showcase in Starke can select
three students to participate in
the state competition.
Beville took three students
last year and plans to do so
again this year. Rogers and
Ennis will return-they placed
third and fourth, respectively,
last year-while several build-
off competitions will
determine the third student.
The state competition is a


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Donations would be a big
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Rhines receives Ronnie Allen Scholarship at BHS banquet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Senior Marcus Rhines was
the recipient of this year's
Ronnie Allen Scholarship,
which was awarded at the


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can bring cash, check or
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If you have questions contact
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an accident in which he
received an electric shock.
Allen was 14.
Prior to his death, Allen had
expressed his desire to win the
BHS football team's annual
sportsmanship award during
the 1971 season, in which he
would be a sophomore.
The scholarship was created
by Allen's parents as a way of
honoring his memory.
Rhines not only received
that honor, but was recognized
for several accomplishments
this past season. He received
scholar-athlete and Iron Man
awards, and was recognized
for being a Gainesville Sun all-
area selection as well as an
East-WVest all-star game
selection.
Bradford had 17 varsity
players receive scholar-athlete
awards, which went to players
who have at least a 3.0 GPA.
Two of those players-Aaron
Brannon and Ronnie Norse-
received Top Scholar awards
for having GPAs higher than
4.0.
The rest of the scholar-
athlete award recipients were:
Jernard Beard," Robert
Boswell, Scott Crews, Joey
Faulkner, Matthew Harkin,
Teddy Harkin, Tramaine
Harris, Logan Johnson, Johnny
Martin, .John:: Nijula, David
Peques;: .Dylan: :Rodgers,
Terrence Slocunm, Jaie Smith,
John Tyson : and Glen
Velasquez.
Iron Man awards were
presented to those who made a
minimum number of
appearances during ...summer
workouts. Players receiving
those awards besides Rhines
were: Boswell, Brannon,


Crews, Faulkner, Harris,
Johnson, Martin, Peques,
Tyson, Chris Carlton, Tyler
Cubbedge, Reggie Dix, Casey
Griffis, Rob Harris, Justin
Henderson, Casey Hines, Clint
Jenkins, Adrian Mosley,
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Simmons.
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Nicula, Rhines, Rodgers,
Smith, Tyson and Covington,
who was tabbed as the
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Bradford teams both take second at annual BMS meet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford finished as runner-
up on both the boys' and girls'
sides of the 12"' annual
Bradford Middle School Track
and Field Invitational on
March 3, with the boys'
4x800m relay team setting a
school record in the process.
Bradford's boys' team won
four events in compiling 99
points to finish behind winning
team Wilkinson, which had
105 points. One of those
events was the 4x800m relay,
in which team members Andy
Merrill, Donte Howard,
Devontre Edmonds and James
Ramseur posted a school-best
time of 9:46.22.
The 4x100m relay also saw
Bradford come out on top. The
team of Travon Thomas,
Deantre Burch, Kenny Dinkins
and Isaiah Jamison finished
with a time of 47.52 seconds.


Burch captured two
individual wins in the long
jump (17'10") and high jump
(5'2").
Jamison was runner-up in


the 100m wth a time of 11.50
seconds, while the 4x400m
relay team was also runner-up
with a time of 4:2750. That
team was composed of


Devontre
Edmonds (left)
takes the baton
from Donte
VI- Howard in the
4x800m relay.
Bradford won
the event with a
record time of
9:46.22.

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Dinkins, Burch, Chauncey
Goodman and Howard.
Third-place finishers were
Merrill in the 800m (2:28.74)
and Jamison in the 200m


(24.55), while fourth-place
finishers were Jamison in the
long jump (16'9"), Devontre
Edwards in the 800m (2:30.37)
and Merrill in the 1600m
(5:28.11).
Other Bradford boys' results
were: 4x800m-"B" team of
lan Waters, Tyler Crawford,
Bradley Davis and Justin Perry
11:21.09, sixth; 100m-
Thomas 12.29 sixth; 1600m-
Howard 5:45.65, seventh;
800m-Ramseur 2:32.77,
fifth; 200m-Thomas 26.59,
sixth, Goodman 29.67, eighth.
Bradford's girls' team also
won four events. The
Hurricanes had 97.5 points,
finishing behind Oak Leaf,
which had 156 points.
Bradford took first in both
the 4x100m and 4x400m
relays. The 4xl00m team of
Lakia Bright, Damerial
Johnson, Shakeira Mitchell
and TaQuandra Diggs had a
time of 53.83 seconds, while


the 4x400m team of Tiana
Sheffield, Diggs, Mitchell and
Bright had a time of 5:01.38.
Bright earned an individual
win in the 200m with a time of
29.66 seconds, while Diggs
won the long jump with a
distance of 14'1".
Johnson finished as runner-
up in both the 100m and 200m
races with times of 13.47 and
29.78 seconds. Bright earned a
second-place finish in the long
jump with a distance of .13'2".
Diggs earned a third-place
finish in the 100m (13.58),
while fourth-place finishes
were earned by Sheffield in the
800m (3:00.07), Johnson in the
long jump (12'3.25"), Tanea
Stigglers in the discus (50'5")
and the 4x800m relay team of
Nicole Miller, Sheffield,
Victoria Hill and Hannah
Hildebran (12:29.38).
Amber Freeman placed fifth
in the discus (46'8"), while
Samantha Walker placed sixth
in the 200m (33.95).


BHS finally
gets in the
win column
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Despite committing six
errors, the Bradford baseball
team, riding its best offensive
performance of the season,
came up with this season's
first win, defeating Eastside
11-7 on March 3 in
Gainesville.
Trey Winkler, who was 4-
for-4, Charles Jones and Alvin
Shireman combined to drive in
nine runs for the Tornadoes (1-
7 prior to March 4), who were
in much need of a win after
struggling to cope with injuries
this year. Bradford currently
has two pitchers (including its
number-one starter) and two
infielders out with injuries, and
could possibly be without its
catcher for a time.
Those injuries, though, were
not much of a hindrance
against Eastside, though the
Tornadoes did trail 2-0. That
deficit was erased with a six-
*run effort in the third inning.
Winkler, Jernard Beard and
John Ryan Palladino got things
started by hitting three
.consecutive singles.
Palladino, who was one of
four multiple hitters for
Bradf~rd-v gpt %the Tornadoes.
off to a good start in the fourth
as well with a single. He
would later score on a double
by Winkler.
Shireman, who was 2-for-3,
was responsible for driving in
four runs, while Winkler drove
in three. Jones, who was 3-for-
4, had two RBI.
Palladino, who was 2-for-5,
had one RBI.
Bradford led 8-2 at one
point, but mistakes allowed
Eastside to make it a close
game. Shireman, who was the
winning pitcher, gave up three
hits in four innings, but the
defense committed four errors
behind him.
Jones pitched three innings
in relief, giving up three hits.
Bradford committed two errors


while he was on the mound.
Bradford head coach Lamar
Waters said his team is simply
failing to make routine plays at
times.
"We just need to catch the
ball," he said..
Bradford was scheduled to
play District 3-4A opponent
Santa Fe this past Tuesday and
will host Eastside on Monday,
March 10, at 7 p.m. On
Tuesday, March 11, the
Tornadoes travel to Orange
Park to play district opponent
Ridgeview at 3 p.m.

Earlier results:

Ridgeview 11 BHS 4
Visiting Ridgeview scored
seven runs in the first inning
en route to handing the
Tornadoes an 11-4 district loss
on Feb. 26.
The Panthers had seven hits
in the first, five of which
occurred on 0-2 counts.
"We can't give up those
kinds of hits," Waters said.
Bradford was able to answer
with a couple of runs in the
bottom half of the inning.
Jones led off the inning with
his first career home run,
which was later followed by a
homer by Nicula.
SNicula, who also had a
double, finished the game 3-
for-3.

i. Keniy 7 'BHS 1'
It was another fast start by
the Tornadoes' opponent in a
7-1 loss to Bishop Kenny on
Feb. 28 in Jacksonville.
The Crusaders started their
half of the first with five
straight singles as they built a
3-0 lead.
Still, it was only a 4-1 game
after a run scored by Palladino.
Palladino reached on a passed
ball after striking out and stole
second before scoring Lfrdm
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Bishop Kenny then plated
three runs after four straight
hits following an error. '
Bradford finished the game
with just three hits.
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top five in the state," Waters


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KH offense
slowed by
Devils in
softball loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
After scoring 34 runs in their
previous two games, the
Keystone Heights softball
team was held scoreless in a 5-
0 loss to Clay on March 3 in
Green Cove Springs.
The Indians (6-4 prior to
March 4) were limited to four
hits, two of which were by
Jessica Knight.


BHS struggles
against Santa
Fe pitching
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe pitcher Shelby
Morgan held the Bradford
softball team to one hit in the
Tornadoes' 2-1 District 3-4A
loss on March 3 in Alachua.
In two games this season,
the Tornadoes (3-4, 2-2 in
District 3) have managed just
one hit against Morgan. She
no-hit Bradford in a 7-0 Santa
Fe win on Feb. 28.
Bradford pitcher Stephanie
Jones (3-3) allowed four hits.
Three were by Santa Fe's
Morgan Fortson.
In the 7-0 loss to the Raiders
on Feb. 28, Bradford trailed
just 1-0 heading, into the
seventh inning. A three-run
homer helped Santa Fe score
six runs.
Prior to playing Santa Fe the
first time, the Tornadoes
defeated district opponent
Suwannee 5-4 on Feb. 22 in
Live Oak.
Bradford picked up .its
second district win when it
defeated visiting Ridgeview 5-
0 on Feb. 29.
Jones pitched her first
complete-game shutout,
allowing five hits and striking
out eight.
Lacy Webb and Macy
Winkler each hit a double in
the Ridgeview win. Webb
finished the game 2-for-3,
while Ariel Wimpy was 2-for-
2.
Bradford will travel to
Gainesville tonight, March 6,
to play P.K. Yonge at 6 p.m.
The Tornadoes then return
home to play district opponent
Baker County on Friday,
March 7, at 7 p.im. before
traveling to Lake Butler to
play Union County on
Tuesday, March 11, at 7 p.m.


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Cost of the camp, which
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BHS class of
1998 having
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The BHS class of 1998 will
hold its 10 year class reunion
on August 1 and 2, 2008.
If you graduated in in the
class of 1998 please forward
your address to
bhs.1998@yahoo.com, so an
invitation can be sent to you.
For more information
contact Paul Phillips at (904)
333-7391 or by email at
dirtbagger05 @yahoo.com.


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Bradford High School is
offering FCAT prep sessions
on Mondays and Fridays
before school in the media
center.
If your student needs
tutoring in math, reading,
science or writing in
preparation of the upcoming
FCAT tests, please make plans
for them to attend.


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Keystone pitchers Lindsay
Harp.and Knight combined to
give up six hits, but the
defense committed five errors
behind them.
Harp (3-2) received the loss.
Keystone was scheduled to
play District 6-3A opponent
Interlachen this past Tuesday
and will host P.K. Yonge on
Tuesday, March 11, at 5:30
p.m.

Earlier results:

KH 12 N. Marion 1
North Marion took the early
lead after scoring an unearned
run in the first inning, but the
rest of the game belonged to
\


Keystone in a 12-1 win on
Feb. 28.
Knight (3-2) pitched,
allowing just one hit in the
five-inning contest.
Four Keystone batters had
two hits each, while five
batters combined to hit six
doubles.
Ashlee Cirigliano hit a
double in the second inning
that scored Alyssa Velazuez,
who reached on an error. That
was the first of four runs in the
inning. Kari Minor had an RBI
single and later scored when
she beat out a play on a
fielder's choice. Chandler
Singletary had an RBI on an
out.
A couple of doubles led to


the first of five runs in the
third-one by Tori Jolley and
another by Velazquez, which
scored Jolley. Velazquez
would score on an error, while
Kim Russell drove in a run
with a single. Singletary then
hit a double to score two runs
and put the Indians up 9-1.
A walk given up to Ryan
Story and singles by Knight
and Singletary loaded the
bases in the fifth. Sam Sibley
doubled home two of the
runners, while Singletary
scored on a ball put into play
by Jolley.
Singletary finished the game
2-for-3, while Jolley, Knight
and Velazquez were each 2-
for-4.


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KH 22 Crescent 2
One game after getting 13
hits and committing no errors,
the Indians had 12 hits and no
errors in a 22-2 win over
district opponent Crescent City
on Feb. 29 in Keystone.
The visiting Raiders did not
help themselves as four
Keystone runs were forced
home on bases-loaded walks
and another four crossed the
plate as the result of errors.
Keystone scored nine runs in
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Harp each drew a walk with
the bases loaded to force runs
home, while an error and a
fielder's choice scored Sibley
and Russell. Velazquez had an
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scored another run. A Crescent
City error led to another run.
An error and a single by
Story brought two runners
home in the third inning,
putting the Indians up 16-0.
Story drove home two runs
with a single in the fourth,
while Minor singled to bring in
another; Errors and walks were
responsible for the inning's
other four runs.
Harp was the winning
pitcher, giving up four hits and
striking out four.


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HUGE TENTSALE AT THE
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2300 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FL 32091


.866-2908691


'Wan approved credit Do...n paymrerl T, ary vehicle payment totaled with your current monthly payments must not exceed 50% of your gross monthly income. Must be at least 18
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