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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: June 19, 2008
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Noteworthy


Mosquito-borne
illness detected
in Bradford
The Bradford County Health
Department has received notification
that two horses in Bradford County
have recently died and tested positive
for Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE),
a mosquito-borne disease.
EEE virus primarily affects horses,
but humans can become infected,
although it is rare. Horse owners are
reminded to ask their veterinarians
about a vaccine for horses to protect
against EEE and West Nile Virus
infections.
The health department would like
to remind residents and visitors to
avoid being bitten by mosquitoes
by. encouraging everyone to take
basic precautions .to help limit
exposure. Remember the five D's
for prevention:
Dusk and Dawn-Avoid being
outdoors when mosquitoes are
seeking blood. For many species this
is the dusk and dawn hours.
Dress-Wear clothing that- covers
most of your skin.
DEET-When the potential exists
for exposure to mosquitoes, repellents
containing DEET are recommended.
Products with concentrations up
to 30 percent DEET are generally
recommended for most situations.
.DEET is not recommended for
children under 2 -months. Infants
should be kept indoors or use
mosquito netting over carriers when
mosquitoes are present.
Drainage-Check around your
home and eliminate standing water in
which mosquitoes can lay their eggs.
Elimination of breeding sites is an
excellent key to prevention. Here'are
some tips on eliminating mosquito
breeding sites:
-Clean out eaves, troughs and
gutters.
-Remove old tires or drill holes
in those used in playgrounds so they
-will drain.
-Turn over or remove empty
plastic pots.
-Pick up all beverage containers
and cups.
-Check tarps on boats or other
equipment that may collect water.
-Pump out the bilges on boats.
- -.-Replace water in birdbaths and
pet or other animal feeding dishes at
least once a week.
-Change water in plant trays,
including hanging plants at least once
Swveek.
- -Remove vegetation or
obstructions in drainage ditches that
prevent the flow of water.



Starke joins
Iburn ban
SBradford County is vulnerable to
|the threat of wildfires due to the
-drought; and it is in the best interests
of all citizens of Bradford County to
.take appropriate mitigating measures
to reduce the vulnerabilities of
wildfires.
Open fire burning poses and
extreme hazard and threat to public
safety, and the county emergency
management director took action to
impose a burn ban effective on June
5.
Any person violating the burn
.ban is guilty of a second-degree
misdemeanor, punishable by up to
.60 days in jail, six months probation
and a $500 fine. Warrantless arrests
;of a burn ban violator are allowed by
statute when the violation occurs in
the presence of the arresting officer.
:, For more information, contact
(904) 966-6336.
The county commission is expected
to certify the emergency management
director's order at its meeting
scheduled for June 19. Starke city
commissioners approved a burn ban
in the city on June 17.


Four of the five Bradford County candidates for superintendent
of schools spoke at a rally held in Hampton on June 7. They are,
from the top left, Beth Moore, Evelyn Chastain, Linda Sheffield and
Jim Biggs.


Candidates for school

superintendent share

common concerns


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Candidates for Bradford County
superintendent of schools left political
jousting to those running for sheriff,
but each expressed a desire to take a
struggling school system and turn it
around whye speaking at a rally held
in Hampton on June 7.
Student safety and discipline,
academic progress, teacher retention
and communication were repeated
themes candidates addressed in
speaking to voters.
Among those .seeking the
Republican nomination for the
November ballot is Beth Moore.
Moore she is committed to helping
students look toward the future so they
become successful and productive
members of society.
With three degrees under her
belt, including a doctoral degree in
educational leadership, Moore said
she is committed to the concept of
lifelong learning.
"The many years I have spent
taking college classes have prepared
me to be superintendent of schools,"
said Moore, adding the scope of her
postgraduate work included courses
on education theory and research,
as well as leadership and business
management skills she said are
needed to.oversee a school system
with a nearly $30 million budget and
more than 500 employees.
"I have proven to be a responsible
and dedicated person'," Moore


said, pointing to her nearly 30-year
marriage. Her deep roots in the
county include three children who
continue to work and go to school in
.Bradford and her membership at First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Chief among her goals would be
to improve school safety, academic
achievement and communication, she
said.
"No student should ever have to
go to school with the fear of being
intimidated or harassed," Moore
said. "Discipline policies will be in
writing, and appropriate measures
will be taken to stop inappropriate
behaviors in.the schools, even if it
means removing students from.the
regular school environment."
The academic success of the school
system depends on having quality
teachers, said Moore.
"We have some great teachers here
in Bradford County, but it's no secret
that we've lost many of our good
teachers over the past several years.
It will be my goal to attract and keep
highly qualified teachers in every
classroom," she said.
Communication is also key to the
success of the system, said Moore.
"A superintendent, no matter how
qualified or educated she may be,
cannot run a school system without
the help of the administration,
teachers, staff and community:"
Keeping the lines of communication
open will help her understand the
needs and accomplishments of the
See SUPERS, p. 4A


School board, county commission hopefuls make their case


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Candidates for county offices .were
among those speaking at a political
rally held in Hampton on June 7. They
included candidates for the District 4
school board seat, which represents
Hampton, Theressa and the southern
portion of Bradford County; as well
as the District 3 county commission
seat.
During brief remarks at the rally,
school board candidate Braxton
Britt Jr. tied his platform into a neat
package, saying he would work to


increase communication between
schools and parents, promote safer
schools, and support accountability
and responsible budgeting to better
control where funds are spent given
ongoing cuts in state funding for
education.
"Words you'll never hear me say
are 'I promise'," said Britt,explaining
that a school board member is just
one vote on a five-person board. "All
I can guarantee to do is the best I can
do in conjunction with those four
other members."
He did say voters could expect
"pure dedication" from him if elected


School board mulls


new 'clerk' position


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer

Adding a new clerk position to the
employee roster is an issue that is
currently being mulled over by the
Bradford County School Board. It
will be further discussed at the next
regular school board meeting, set for
Monday, June 23, at 6:30 p.m. at the
school district office.
The issue of hiring a clerk to
handle paperwork associated with
supplemental educational services
was brought up for discussion at the
June 9 meeting, but was tabled until
more information could be supplied.
A tight budget year has resulted in
cutbacks, and Superintendent Harry
Hatcher pointed out that this position
would not be funded from general
fund dollars. It would be paid for
by federal funds earmarked to assist
students who are having difficulty in
reading and math.
Called Title I funds, these funds
must be used for projects that assist
struggling students. Hiring a clerk
to complete necessary paperwork
associated with Title I programs
would be a legitimate use of the
money, said administrators June
9. Title I funds, unlike most other
revenue sources for the school board's
budget, are actually showing a slight


increase for the new budget year,
said Exceptional Student Education
Director Karl Wendell.
If the position is approved, the
supplemental educational -services
clerk would handle paperwork
associated with Title I funding.
S"These dollars have to be tracked
and carefully accounted for," said
Wendell. "If they aren't, we could
lose funding."
The school district previously had
an administrator in charge of all Title
I programs for the county. Carolyn
Folsom, who had that position, is
retiring and the board elected not to
fill that administrator's slot.
Keepingtrackofthosefederal dollars
was part of Folsom's responsibilities.
All of her responsibilities will now
be allocated to other administrators,
and Hatcher said the, idea behind
hiring a clerk was to assist those
administrators in providing careful
oversight for the federal funding.
Several school board members first
questioned the wisdom of adding a
new position in a tight budget year
and asked if an existing position
could be used to provide the needed
work.
"We are not creating ajob just to be
creating a job," said Hatcher. "I don't
think that there is any position sitting
See CLERK, p. 2A


to office. With four children who are
or will be attending. public schools,
Britt said he had a special interest in
how they are run.
As president of the Bradford County
Pop Warner Association, Britt has
also dedicated much time coaching
hundreds of kids, he said, promoting
education as well as athletics.
Britt is a life-long resident of the
county who lives on Griffis Loop
with his wife and their four children.
He is challenging longtime School
Board Member Vivian Chappell for
her seat. Chappell is a 16-year school
board veteran who nevertheless said


there isn't a political bone in her
body.
"I'm just an old country girl who
loves these kids, loves this district
and loves this school system," said
Chappetll-;--: -.
. Her background is in insurance,
developmental disabilities and
nursing, fields that require a variety
of skills.
"I believe in the public school
system, and as Americans it is our
God-given right to make sure that
every child in this-district, and in this
state, and in this country, has a good
education," Chappell said.
See HOPEFULS, p. 7A


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Forget downtown redevelopment and historic preservation, Main
Street Starke's Kim Skidmore may have found a new passion. She
was among the many organizers and volunteers who helped pull
off Starke's third Bike Fest. For more, see inside. Photo submitted.


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VFW
installation
tonight
VlW Post 1016 will meet
tonight. Thursday. June 19. at
7 p.m. Installation of officers
for the upcoming \car will take
place at this meeting. The post
home is located at 250 N. Bay
St. in Starke.
Membership information
is available at the post home
or from any VFW member.
Current post commander is.
Jerry Zabielski.

Library
offers teen
programs
The Bradford County Public
Library 'will be hosting a
series of programs for teens
this summer that includes
the second annual Food Fear
Factor program, movies and a
Battle of the Bands to close out
the series.
All teen programs are for
grades 6-12 and are free and
open to the public. If you have
any question about any of the
programs at the library, please
call (904) 368-39-11.
June 23: Get in the Act!
drama program at 6:30 p.m.
June 24: Food Fear Factor
featuring unusual foods
S-from around the world from-
2:30-4:30 p.m. Preregistration
and signed parental permission
'"slip required.
.. June 30: Love the Earth-
program at 6:30 p.m.
July3:Australian Didgeridoo
Workshop from 4-5 p.m.
Preregistration required
July 6: Revolutionary War
program at 6:30 p.m.
July '14: Pharaoh's Curse
Mystery program at 6:30 p.m.
July 15: Teen Movie Madness
from 2-5 p.m. "Pirates of the
Caribbean: At World's End."
Aug. 5: Teen Movie Madness
from 2-4 p.m. "The School of
Rock."
Aug. 15: Battle of the Bands.
Time to be announced.

FCAT, HSCT
offered next
week
Eleventh- and 12th-graders
and adults who need to
retake portions of the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test can do so next week. The
reading test will be offered on
Wednesday, June 25, and the
math test will be offered on
Thursday, June 26.
Please report to the Bradford
High media center at 8:30 a.m.
each day. Call the school at (904)
966-6071 or (904) 966-6094
for more information.
The High School Competency
Test will be offered on the same
days, but those who need to
take it should first call (904)
966-6816.

Farmers
market open
Saturday
The Bradford Farmers
Market will be open from 8
a.m. to noon this Saturday,
June 21, on the grounds of
the Bradford County Health
Department located on U.S. 301
in Starke, next to the Chevrolet
dealership.
Shop for locally grown
and Florida fresh fruits and
vegetables, flowering plants
and herbs, honey, baked goods,
and more. Market tables are
full of fresh corn, tomatoes,
peppers, green beans,
cucumbers, melons, and that's
just the beginning.
To learn more, visit www.
bradfordfarmersmarket.com.
Come every Saturday, rain
or shine, from 8 a.m.-noon,
October through June.
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Meeting
cancelled
The. Pleasant Grove Action
Group has cancel led its June and
July meetings, so that members
can enjp.y'a slimmer break. The
next regular. meeting that will
be held is set for Monday,Aug.
18, at 7 p.m., in the annex
of the Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church.
The group has also scheduled
a back-to-school event for
Saturday, Aug. 16, from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Pleasant Grove
Recreational Park on C.R. 229.
Refreshments will be served.


Stearns faces new opponent i


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

While U.S. Rep. Cliff Stearns
has faced opposition before,
Tim Cunha is a new contender
for the District 6 congressional
seat.
The Democrat introduced
himself to voters at Hampton's
June 7 political rally.
Town hall meetings kept
Stearns from attending the
rally, but he sent someone to
read a letter on his behalf. In it,
the congressman said he's held
516 such meetings since le was
first elected in 1988.
As he tours the district and
speaks with voters, Stearns
acknowledged that the price of
gasoline-which he attributed
to growing demand for oil,
limited production and decline
in the value of the dollar-is
a top concern. With that in
mind, Stearns used his letter to
present his energy plan.
Stearns wrote that in May he
joined in offering a package of
bills to increase domestic oil
production, utilize the nation's
coal reserves, eliminate
mandates that harm energy
security and increase the use of
nuclear energy.
Stearns supports drilling in
the Arctic National Wildlife
Refuge in Alaska, which he
claims would impact just
2,000 of the 20 million acres
of wilderness areabut could-
- provide enioigh oil to replace
U.S. imports from Saudi
Arabia.
"Visualize opening up one
newspaper sheet and laying it
down on a tennis court. That's'
the equivalent of 2,000 acres
versus the 20 million total,"


CLERK
Continued from p. 1A

out there that we don't need.
We have tried to scrutinize the
budget very carefully."
School Board MemberVivian
Chappell questioned whether
the district should be seeking a
clerk or a bookkeeper.
"We need to make sure we
have someone who knows what
they are doing in dealing with
these federal funds," she said.
"If you need a bookkeeper,
then you need a bookkeeper.
This person is going to have to
keep up with a lot of money."
Wendell said that the clerk
would not be taking over the
Title I budget. "This person
needs to be a sharp clerical
person, but a clerical person,"
he said.
School Board Member Jesse
Moore asked again if the district
doesn't need someone with


Stearns an
wrote.
He offered
legislation to
repeal the ban
on oil shale
development
in the western
United States
and said the
technology
exists to
begin using:
coal reserves
to produce
liquid fuel. .- 4;"al
"We have
27 percent of
the world's Above, Tim
coal reserves. Cunha and,
That's a atright, Rep.
25 0 year Cliff Stearns.
supply,"
Stearns
wrote,adding
that South Africa derives 40
percent of its transportation-
fuel from coal.
Yet another bill. would
authorize contracts to recycle
spent nuclear fuel to reduce
the amount of nuclear waste
that must be stored and supply
a source of fuel for nuclear.
power.
But Stearns said he also
supports increasing reliance
on alternative and renewable
energy and sits on a caucus
that encourages conservation
through the development of
solar energy, wind power,.
thermal energy, hydropower,
biofuels, etc.
"I look forward tocontinuing
these efforts to help American
consumers' while strengthening
America's economic and
national security," Stearns
wrote.


credentials a step above clerk.
Hatcher said that after talking
to Assistant Superintendent
Lisa Prevatt, who researched
this position, "I think that
hiring someone other than a-
clerk would be overkill. I don't
think she ever intended for this
position to be a manager-type'
position."
Prevatt was out of town for
the June 9 meeting and Hatcher
suggested tabling the issue until


Cunha said he moved to
Ocala a few years ago. After
traveling through the; district
for more than two months, he
:said he's met a lqt of people-
who feel like they are not being
heard. Urban centers like Ocala
and Gainesville get all of the
attention, they have told him,
and everybody else is~Jeft out..
He describedd hi'iself as a
4-H leader in a 4-H family, and
said rural areas like Bradford


her return so the school board's
questions could be answered
more fully.
If approved, the clerk's
position would begin in the
fall and would last for 10
months. It would be paid at
the same level as other clerk'
positions in the district.


n bid fbr re-election
County are important to him, taken money out of all of our
It's in his bloodhe said. pockets at the same time he
He also described himself, voted against the Veterans GI
and most people, as centrist, bill. Those things are wrong. I
"We're-pretty. tired of the far think veterans are worth making
left and the farright and the big compromises for," Cunha said.
fights going on between them all Cunha wants to ease the
the time," Cunha said, adding energy crisis by proposing a tax
it's time for representation that credit on mileage traveled to and
looks to the middle. from work, and instead of the
War, energy, economics, years of bureaucracy associated
health care and proper respect with simplifying the tax code,
for veterans are the major he suggested simply doubling
issues; he said, and ih-ere's a the standard deduction and
middle-of-the-road position for personal exemption available
all of them on which everyone when paying income taxes.
can agree. "All of middle-class
SCunhaattributedthecountrn's America's .taxes get cut
economy and- rising gasoline immediately. It's simple, it can
prices to a g\emrment "asleep be done and it stimulates the
at the switch" that hadn't done economy," he said. Instead of
enough to control "corporate trickle-dowvn economics, he
bigwigs" of the oil industry. said it's time to do something
"We're all fed up with paying 'about takes on the middle class
more than we should be in and let the effects "bubble up."
taxes, but I think we're also all On the topic of religious
fed up with the facJ that the top values, he acknowledged the
I percent of the people in this need for a separation between
country-the people who earn church and -state, but said
the top I percent--ere given 'there's; been too much of a
a $2.7 trillion gift of money. disconnect between morality
that should have been coming and public office.
into our treasury, paying for "Just because we're going
our schools, and paying for to separate church and state
our bridges, and paying for should not mean we leave our
our roads, and payingfor our moral..principles at the door
Militaryy" Cunha said, calling when we enter intothe halls of
it welfare for the wealthy while government. They have to go
w orkingfamiliesw eresuffering.- 'with us because this is a moral
*; "That's wrong, and that's i'hat America, a moral society, and
\e need to change." that's what makes-us strong,"
He criticized Stearns for -,Cunha said.
voting against, a bill topay" With just one Republican and
for continuing education for one Democrat in the running,
soldiers returning from war this race will..float past the
because it was attached to a bill primary r straight'to the general
that would have ended ta.cutr election ballot in November.
for the wealthy. e'"
"He voted..a'gainst ending
those tax.giveaways that have


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Festival draws bikers third year 'riding'


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


The third annual Starke Bike
Fest. which drew to a' close
on June 15. was pronounced
a success by organizers, many
vendors and local businesses.
Pam Whittle of the North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce said, "We had tons
of people, many of whom came
a long distance. The motels in
town were booked solid and the
restaurants did good business."
Motels on U.S. 301 extending
from Law\tey to Starke reported.
that they were full to capacity
over the weekend.
Cowboys Steak House owner,
Shane Broadway reported
that business was very good,
while Ham Bone's cook and
server, Angie James, said that
"business was great the whole
weekend."
Pam Snider, owner of
Grannie's Restaurant, said that
business was excellent.
"We had a lot of bikers eating
here," said Snider. "They didn't
forget us from the last two years
and returned here to eat."
Randi Crews, bartender at
Timbuktu Lounge said that the
business was "great," while
Powell's Ice Cream manager
Kathy Ford said the patronage


was "awesome-the bikers
enjoyed being here and we sure
enjoyed having them."
Other businesses in Starke
mostly fared as well.
Scott Lazenby, owner of
Lazenby Farm Equipment
which had a booth at the fest,
said that they sold one tractor
and gave away a lot of literature
to prospective customers.
Beck dealership salesman
Gene Kaye said that the
company's booth had a very
positive response from people
inquiring about vehicles for
sale:
Shonda Barnes-Davis of
Uniks Clothing Styles reported
good business at her booth.
Ron Blake of C.B Isaac
Realty in Melrose said that the
company's booth got several
promising real estate leads
from the event-goers.
Knuckle Draggers
Motorcycles and Accessories
co-owner, Bill Dotson, reported
that business was very lively,
especially on Saturday and
Sunday.
R&E Environmental
Services' sales manager
Thomas Alvarez and operations
manager Greg Waters said they
had many interested visitors to
their booths who took business
cards and literature. Alvarez


also had praise for the logistics
and security that was provided
the vendors.
FloridaWorks representative
Travis Thorn said on Saturday
that the number of people
stopping at their booth was
picking up on Saturday after an
initial slow start on Friday.
"It was a big success," said
Rick Johns of the Christian
Motorcyclists Association. "It's
really grown over the last few
years, and I've seen a lot of
them."
Johns said the CMA will
definitely support the festival
in the future.
"The whole city had been
very cooperative and friendly."
On hand also were the.Faith
Riders from Madison Street
Baptist Church. Rick Ward, a
spokesman for the group said
that they had many people
stopping by their booth to pick
up literature and religious tracts.
The Faith Riders also served a
pancake breakfast Saturday and
Sunday mornings and held a
service on Sunday.
"We also raised money,"
said Ward, "by selling hour
and a half-long motorcycle
rides-$10 a bike- to 30 to
40 people. The proceeds go
to Bradford County Toys for
Kids."


(L-R) Rick Johns,
Annie Johns, Jay
Thompson Jr.,
Jay Thompson Sr.
of the Christian
Motorcyclists
Association. They
say the association
will continue
supporting Bike Fest
in the years to come.


Heat can be
hazardoY s to
your health
The Bradford County Health
Department is alerting citizens
to monitor their health and
limit direct sun exposure as the
temperature starts to rise.
.. "The high temperature
and humidity that we are
experiencing as we head into
the summer months make heat-
related illness more likely," said
Winnie Holland, administrator
of Bradford County Health
Department. "Citizens should
monitor their health andcontact
their medical provider if they'
start to feel ill due. to the heat."
. Heat stroke and heat
exhaustion are the primary heat
" Irelated-illnesses people suffer
when the body's temperature
js overloaded, so citizens
kre urged to stay inside air-
conditioned rooms or out of the
sin when possible and drink
plenty of light-colored fluids.
Along with staying inside an
air-conditioned room, citizens
should not leave children or pets
ib vehicles as the temperature
inside a vehicle can be at
rtinimum 10 degrees higher.
than the outside temperature.


Warning signs of heat stroke
- ar-' .but 'may include '-4thi
,following:
A"-. A'n -extremely-high-body
temperature (above 1030 F).
Red, hot and dry skin along
with a rapid, strong pulse.
-Throbbing headache,
dizziness, nausea, confusion or
unconsciousness.
Warning signs of heat
exhaustion include the
following:
-Heavy sweating, paleness,
muscle cramps.
-Dizziness, tiredness,
weakness.
Headache, nausea,
vomiting or fainting.


Citizens should limit outdoor
activity to morning and evening
hours, wear light clothing, and
if exercising try to rest often in
shady areas.
For more information contact
the Bradford County Health
Department at (904) 964-7732.

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SUPERS: Republicans have three choices, Democrats have two
Continued from p. 1A


school system, she said.
.Evel\n Chastain is' also
running as a Republican, and
she alone has the distinction,
of, having previously served
as a member of the Bradford
County School Board.
In polling friends and
educators about the qualities
the\ would like to see in a
superintendent, Chastain said
their number one response
was' leadership. She said her
12 years of experience on the
school board helped prepare her
to act as superintendent. With
evolving educational standards,
students will be competing on
a global basis, and she said
she hears and understands
the call for a strong academic
curriculum.
"Our curriculum has to keep
up with what we can't even
realize,,.that we're preparing
students for in the years ahead.
It may not be the way it was
when you went to school or
\\when I went to school, but
it will be what we believe is
preparing students for the world
ahead and to become lifelong
citizens," she said.
Chastain, too, talked about
the need for students to be
able to attend school in a safe
and caring environment. That
Includes improving facilities
and ensuring student safety.
As a school principal in Clay
County, the issue is at the
forefront of her mind each day,
she said.
Chastain said she's had
the opportunity to participate
in a program for developing
disciplinepolicies that promotes
safety and civility, not through
a top-down management
approach, but by internal
-- revtew- an-irefiection of current
policies. It's a program she
said she would like to bring to
Bradford schools.
She agreed the district needs
to do what it can to hold on
to good teachers and attract
new teachers to the county. It's
important to maintain a high
morale among the employees,
.sh,e,said,., .
aIt'yatnhot' be in these
economic times that we can
offer as much of a monetary
incentive as we would like to,
and that they truly deserve, but
positive recognition of teachers
for a job well done is one thing
we can do," Chastain said.
She discussed the need
to focus on the positive and


Notice!
There will be a fireworks
display on the evening of
Friday, June 27, at the Salvation
Army Keystone Camp and
Conference Center. The display
will not be open to the public,
but neighbors of the camp
should be aware of the event.


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acknowledge what is right in the
school system, because there
are exciting things happening.
"Right down here at Hampton
Elementary, you can't believe
the technology that's in place
at that school. It is astounding
and certainly on the cutting,
edge of technology for school
environments." she said.
Seven years in school
leadership and 23 years total
in education might not provide
her everything a superintendent
needs to know, but Chastain said
it would provide a foundation
forsuccess in leading the school
system forward.
Linda Sheffield, the third
Republican candidate in
the race, has taught since
graduating from the University
of Florida in 1975, and with the
exception of three years spent
in Germany'with her military
husband, that career has been
based in her home of Bradford
County.
"My goal and my strength is
and always will be to provide
the best education for all
students in this county, and
that is what I have done for
students in this county for 28
years," Sheffield said, placing
an emphasis on the words this
county because a career based
solely in the Bradford school
system is one of the things that
sets her apart from the other
candidates.
She has taught every level,
from elementary to college
students, and led workshops
for students, parents and other
teachers.
"One of the things that
breaks my heart about teaching
at Santa Fe. Community
College is we have students
who have graduated (high
school) but could not pass the
college placement exam," said
Sheffield, whose job it is to
help those students become
college ready.
Sheffieldsaidcommunication
is the key to addressing the
strengths and weaknesses of the
school system. The community
Stalks aboutvwhat4ppaens.inUthe
schools b t tie'distr tneethds
to get lo a place" where those


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discussions are taking place
with the people who can make
a difference, Sheffield said.
"I will tell you, if I am
superintendent, I will be in
every single school," she said.
There are teachers with ideas
and parents who want to help
but don't know how, she said,
but the voices of those who
want to be a part of the change
have to be included in order to
create that change.
Her goals include providing
a safe and clean learning
environment for all students.
"We do not have to have
child come to me and say,
'Mrs. Sheffield, I'm afraid to
go by that area.' That's going
to stop."
Sheffield also spoke of
providing consistent discipline
that will allow teaches to focus
on what's really important:
giving children a quality
education.
"Our children need to know,
here is the rule. If you break this
rule, here are the consequences,"
she said, receiving a round of
applause.
Once discipline is under
control and kids are focused on
academics, then standards can
be raised for all children.
"Every child needs to know
he has a strength somewhere. I
hate it when we put our kids in
high, medium and low classes.
What are you telling those
children?"
Her vision, she said, is that
graduating students can enter
college or the workforce
with confidence they possess
the skills necessary to bring
.them success and contribute to
society.
In the closed primary
scheduled for Aug. 26,
Republican voters will select
one of those three candidates
as their nominee to run in
November. Democrats will
choose a nominee of their
own.
Jim Biggs is one of the
two candidates seeking that
nomination. He has served as a
school superintendentbefore,he
said, receiving training beyond
his master's degree in order to


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and he receive the appointment
following a national search for
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There's noclear-cutdefinition
of a superintendent's job, but he
said the buck stops at that desk.
All school district ,priorities
will sooner or later rest in the
superintendent's hands, said
Biggs, who currently serves as
the co-founder and executive
director of Communities in
Schools of Bradford County.
Education excellence is a
must, he said, and the district
must ensure that teachers are
working with the skills that
guarantee student promotion
and graduation. Likewise,
the curriculum must be "test
ready" so they can succeed on
standardized tests.
"We must reward educational
goals, and we must have our
educational goals set high.They
must be attainable, but they
must be high," Biggs said. High
educational goals will ensure
students can succeed following
graduation, he added.
"Students must beabletolearn
without fearor intimidation,"he
said, calling for high standards
for safety and discipline as well.
"Teachers have a right to teach
in a secure classroom. Students
must learn to respect other
students, teachers and staff,
and the administration. Then,
in turn, the administration,


teachers and staff, must also
respect their students."
"Discipline," he said, "must
be fair, firm and final."
Biggs said you cannot walk
in "off the streets" with the
skills to manage a multimillion
dollar budget. Budget priorities
have to be set and maintained,
he said.
"You have to be trained in
that, you have to understand
it, and you have to be able to
forecast your needs in your
community," he said. Learning
needs must be funded first,
and teacher salaries must be
competitive so they are not
lured to other areas, he said.
"In Bradford County, we've
lost a great amount of our good
teachers because we weren't
competitive," said Biggs.
Schools need to be functional
and attractive for students,
teacher and staff, he said, and
pride in the system needs to be


Curtis White, Minister of
the Church of Christ in
Lawtey, would like to say
greetings to all of
Bradford County in
Christian Love. Once


again, I ask that you
would not be offended,
but do take the time to
investigate the Word of
God for yourself.


Question: Should we
follow the Ten
Commandments today?


The Answer is a Resounding NO!
Most people believe we should still keep the
Ten Commandments. Is this true? What does
the Bible ,say? The Bible says that the Ten
Commandments were given to the nation of
Israel at Mt. Sinai after they left Egyptian
slavery (Deuteronomy 4:13; 9:9, 10). Moses
said: "The Lord our God made a covenant with
us in Horeb. The Lord did not make this
covenant with our fathers, but with us, those
who are here today, all of us who are alive"
(Deuteronomy 5:2,3). This was a new law God
had given. It had not been given to their
ancestors. It was given only to the children of
Israel!
The command to keep the sabbath (the
seventh day of the week, which is Saturday)
was not required of man before Mt.. Sinai
(Jeremiah 9:13-14).
It was not required for any people except
Israel for it was not given to anyone else! The
Law given at Sinai to Israel, which included
the Ten Commandments, was made only with
the nation of Israel and no one else! Gentiles
(non-Jews) were not required to keep the Law
unless they became converts to the Jewish
faith. Even if the Old Covenant has not been
taken away in Christ, it would not be required
of non-Jews. It never was intended for them.
Jeremiah, who lived under the Law given at
Sinai, said that this Law was temporary and.
that God was going to make a New Law with
His people: "Behold, the days are coming, says
the Lord, when I will make a new covenant
with the house of Israel and with the house of
Judah not according to the covenant that I
made with their fathersin the day that I took
--t1m-i-t-nhi~- and- to lead them out of the land
of Egypt" (Jeremiah 31:31,32). The New Law
would be different from the Old. Jeremiah
spoke these words 900 years after the Law was
given at Mt. Sinai and 600 years before Christ
gave the New Law. The writer of Hebrews in
the New Testament quotes this passage from
Jeremiah and applies it to Jesus Christ who is
"also Mediator of a better covenant, which was
established on better promises. For if that first
covenant had been faultless, then no place
would have been sought for a second"
(Hebrews 8:6-13).
Jeremiah 31:31-34 also states some other
differences between the Old Law and the New.
The Old Law was written on tables of stone,
but the New would be written on a believer's
heart. The Old Law did not provide for final
forgiveness of sins, but the New did. The Ten
Commandments were part of that Old Law.
They have not been required of people to keep
since Jesus died on the cross 2000 years ago
(Colossians 2:14). Christ at that time gave a
"better covenant, which was established on
better promises (Hebrews 8:6).
What happened to the Old Testament (the
mmAinonvPP


instilled. Excellence must be
recognized and rewarded.
He also touched on parent
involvement.
"Parents are the backbone
and primary teacher of every
student who walks through
your door," Biggs said. "They
must be involved, they must
have a voice, they must, be
heard."
At the end of four years as
superintendent, Biggs said he
would want parents to be able
to choose Bradford schools over
those in neighboring counties
because they know its where
their kids will receive the best
education.
Running against Biggs for
the Democratic nomination
is Rellen Clark, former
administrator of the now
defunct Believers School of
Learning, the district's first and
only charter school. She did not
speak at the rally.


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Old Law, Or Old Covenant)? The New Testament
tells us, "In that He says, 'A new covenant," He
has made the first obsolete. Now what is
becoming obsolete and growing old is ready to
vanish away" (Hebrews 8:13). "For on the one
hand there is an annulling.. of the former
commandment because of its weakness and
unprofitableness, for the law made nothing
perfect..." (Hebrews 7:18, 19). "Then He said,
'Behold, I have come to do Your will, O God.'
He takes away the first that He may establish the
second" (Hebrews 10:9). "For the priesthood
being changed, of necessity, there is also a
change of the law" (Hebrews 7:12). The apostle
Paul wrote: "Having wiped out the handwriting
of requirements (the Law of Moses) that was
against us, which was contrary to us, And He has
taken it out of the way, having nailed it to the
cross" (Colossians 2:14). Paul also wrote
concerning this Old Law which contained the
Ten Commandments: "Therefore the law was
our tutor to bring us to Christ, that we might be
justified by faith. But after faith has come, we
are no longer under a tutor" (Galatians 3:24, 25).
When was the Old Law taken away and the
New Law given? It happened when Jesus shed
His blood on the cross: "And for this reason He
is the Mediator of the new covenant, by means
of death, for the redemption of the transgressions
under the first covenant, that those who are
called may receive the promise of the eternal
inheritance. For where there is a testament, there
must also of necessity be the death of the
testator. For a testament is in force after men are
dead, since it has no power at all while the
testator lives" (Hebrews 9:15-17).
What was the purpose of the Old Law which
was given to Israel at Mt. Sinai? Paul answers:
"What purpose then does the law serve? It
was added because of transgressions, till the
Seed should come to whom the promise was
made; and it was appointed through angels by
the hands of a mediator" (Galatians 3:19). The
Seed is Christ (Galatians 3:16). The Old Law,
which contained the Ten Commandments, was
given to keep Israel under control until Christ
came. Since Christ has come and has fulfilled
this Law, He has taken it out of the way. He has
given us a New Law (covenant or testament).
We must go to this New Law to learn how Gods
wants us to serve Him today!

Notice God's Plan of Salvation For Man Today.
1. We must'hear the truth.
Romans 10:14; Romans 10:17.
2. We must believe Jesus Christ is the Son of
God. Mark 16:16; John 8:24.
3. We must repent of our sins.
Luke 13:3; Acts 2:38.
4. We must confess Christ before men.
Matthew 10:32, 33; Romans 10:10.
5. We must be baptized into Christ.
Galatians 3:27; I Peter 3:21; Acts 22:16.
6. We must continue to live for Christ.
Revelation 2:10; 2 Peter 1:10; 2 Peter 3:18.

If you have any questions, please feel free to
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Hampton students run 10,000 miles
The Laps Program at ... 7 : '
Hampton Elementary keeps '. ,
kids fit by keeping them '
running. According td .
coach Steve Acree, Steven I
Howell, Marcus Thompson .
and Paul Parker (pictured .
at right) were the only three .,
runners to log 150 miles.
Students run on non-PE
days, and even run some
during PE as well, and for
each five miles'completed,
they receive a small foot '-
tokens that are worn on
necklaces. For each 25
miles, they receive tokens
indicating the number of ..
miles completed. In total, r
Hampton students ran
10,340 miles during the '
school year, with fourth-
and fifth-graders averaging
80 miles each. The Big .
Foot Club, pictured below,
consists of students who .
ran more than 100 miles -. i '. .
each. They are (front, .
I-r) Sarah Hirsch, Olivia
Archer, Wyatt Hessions,
Canton Mann, Kaison Harvey, Brandon Anders, Chaz Padgett, Treavor Rogers, Paul
Parker, Steven Howell, Xavier Innocent, (back) Lennon-Garcia Pena, Patrick Mitzell,
Travis Rogers, Colt Clemons, Dustin Orton, Cobie Mann, Brooke Shireman, Marcus
Thompson, Ashley Weeks and Nautia Smith.


Church Nfews


Mt. Pisgah AME Church of
Starke will celebrate its 104th
anniversary on Sunday, June
22, at 4 p.m. The Rev. Tony
D. Hansberry and the Greater
Grant AME Church family of
Jacksonville will be in charge
of the service. Everyone is
invited to attend.
New Bethel Foundation Free
Will Baptist Church of Raiford
will host a special Father's Day
program, to be held Sunday,
June 22, at. 11 a.m. Speaker
will be Minister Tina Jackson.
Everyone is invited to attend.
St. John Missionary Baptist
Church of Lawtey, will host
vacation Bible school Monday
through Wednesday,June 23-25,
from 6-8 p.m. each evening.
The theme is "Adventures in
Faith." All' ages are invited to
attend.
Grace United Methodist
Church of Lawtey, located on
S.R. 225, about two blocks off
U.S. 301, will host a revival
Sunday through Wednesday,
June 22-25. Sunday services


will be held at 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Services on Monday and
Tuesday are at 7 p.m. each
night. On Wednesday, there
will be a potluck dinner at 6
p.m., followed by the service
at 7 p.m. Guest speaker is
Pastor Al Brock. The theme
of the revival is "A Trip to
the Mountain." Call, (904)
782-3881 or (904) 964-6653
for more information.
First Baptist Church of
Keystone, located at 550 E.
Walker Drive on S.R. 100,
announces new hours for
services. Sunday school is at
9:15 a.m. and morning worship
will be at 10:30 a.m. The times
of other services remain the
same. For more information,
visit www.fbckeystone.org or
call (352) 473-7201.
St. Edward Catholic Church,
441 N. Temple Ave. in Starke,
is collecting good used, clean


clothing. The church will be
giving away clothing to needy'
families on Mondays from 9-11
a.m. in the back of the'church'
hall. For more information,,
please call (904) 964-6155.'
Starke Church of ,the
Nazarene, 1404 Bessent Road
in Starke, will host a new
series of Bible study sessions
every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m:.
Everyone is invited.
Keystone Heights Christian
Church, located at 3528 S.R.
21 in Keystone Heights, will
have its vacation Bible school
beginning Monday, June 2,3
through Friday, June 27, from
8:55 a.m. to noon each day.
You may register your child
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in questions, call the church at
(352) 473-0620.


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ENDED NOTICE OF TAX
FOR
IOOL CAPITAL OUTLAY


The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a
measure to amend the use of property tax for the capital
outlay projects previously advertised for the 2007/2008
school years.

New Projects to be Funded:

* Maintenance, Renovation, and Repair
HES outdoor classroom lighting
Rainbow Center remodeling

* Motor Vehicle Purchases
Lease/Purchase payment on buses

* New and Replacement Equipment
Security system cameras

Amended Projects to be Funded:

* Premiums for Property/Casualty Insurance
Insurance Premiums

* Payments for Educational Facilities and Sites Due Under a
Lease-Purchase Agreement
LCS Portable Replacement

* Motor Vehicle Purchases
Purchase of buses

Projects to be deleted:

* Construction and Remodeling
New classrooms at BMS -'
New classrooms at BHS
New classrooms at HES,.


All concerned citizens
held on Monday, June
Board Meeting Room
Florida.


are invited to a public
23, 2008 at 5:01 p.m.
at 501 W. Washington


hearing.to be
in the School
Street,Stirke,


A DECISION on the proposed amendments to the projects
funded from CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be made at
this meeting.
6/19 ltchg


Volunteers are needed to
assist the ARC of Bradford
County. S ifitc areas'bf need"
are one-on-one assistance in
the adult basic education
classes, assistance during field
trips and with arts and crafts
activities. Contact Susan
Magee, (904) 964-7699.











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Hurricane

exercise

tests local

responders
Earlier this month,
Bradford County Emergency
Management held a table-top
emergency :eXercise to test
several county departments'
continuity of operations plans
while participating in the
"Hurricane iHerb" statewide
hurricane exercise.
Hurricane Herb was modeled
after an actual, fast-moving
storm that swept into Florida at
Cedar Key in September 1896
with wind speeds as high as
130 mph and a 10-foot storm
surge.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2007-CA-000630
US BANK, N.A.
Plaintiff.
v.
CHERYLA. CAIN; ANDREW CAIN;
and all unknown parties claiming by,
through, under or against the herein
named Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether
said unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees,
lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses,
or other claimants; TENANT #1 and/
or TENANT #2, the parties intended
to account for the person or persons
in possession; FLORIDA HOUSING
FINANCE CORPORATION;
BRADFORD HEALTH, INC., F/K/A
BRADFORD HOSPITAL, INC.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated June' 4, 2008,
in this cause, I will sell the property
situated in BRADFORD County,
Florida, described as:
THE WEST 132.00 FEET OF THE
SOUTH 330.00 FEET OF THE S
1/2 OF THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION
11, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
ALSO
THE EAST 132.00 FEET OF
THE WEST 264.00 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 330.00 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NE 1/4
OF SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP
7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFO1D. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A 60 00 FOOT
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS;,
EGRESS AND UTILITIES
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: THAT
PART OF THE WESTERLY 60.00
FEET OF THE SOUTHWEST 1/4
OF THE NW 1/4 LYING SOUTH OF
COUNTY ROAD 225 (FORMERLY
STATE ROAD S-225) OF SECTION
12, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
21 EAST, TOGETHER WITH THE
NORTHERLY 60.00 FEET OF THE
SOUTHERLY 390.00 FEET OF
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE NORTH
1/4 OF SAID SECTION 11.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
2000 SWEETHEART MOTOR
HOME DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME HAVING VIN NUMBER
SHGA5543A, TITLE NUMBER
0077644024 AND VIN NUMBER
SHGA5543B; TITLE NUMBER
0077644026.
a/k/a 7543 SW 74TH PL., STARKE,
FL 32091 a/k/a 7543 SW 127TH
STREET; STARKE, FL 32091
at public sale, to the highest and.
best bidder, for cash, at the east
front door at the Bradford County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, at
11:00 o'clock a.m., on July 10,
2008.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as
of the date of the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated at STARKE, Florida, this 4th
day June, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
6/12 2tchg 6/19
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
Jan Phillips, ABA Coordinator, 201
East UniversityAvenue, Gainesville,
Florida, (352) 337-6237, within 2
working days of your receipt of this.
If you are hearing or voice impaired,
call TDD 1-800-952-8771.
ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
AMEND/ADOPT RULES
The St. Johns River Water
Management District (District) gives
notice of its intent to amend the
following:'
Chapter 40C-1, F.A.C., addressing
operation of the Governing Board.
The propps, d rule amendments
would: (1) change the date of the
regular meeting of the Governing
Board from' wo days to one; (2)
revise th'.manner in which standing
committees of the Board are created
and comtalttee members appointed;
(3) provide'3fr the, annual election
of Board,offiCers; (4) amend the
circumstances in 'which a Board
member imnaabsta1n from voting on
an officiaj1.,eisionj and (5) repeal
Rule 40C-1.d-i0, F.A.C. The specific
rule sections that will be changed are
40C-1.003 and 40C-1.010.
Chapter 40C-2, F.A.C., and the
associated Applicant's Handbook:
Consumptive Uses of Water
regarding Governing Board
operation. The proposed rule
amends section 5.4.2.1 of the
Applicant's Handbook to change
the date of regular monthly
meetings of the Governing Board.
The specific rule section that will
be changed is 40C-2.101, FA.C.,
which incorporates by reference the
Applicant's Handbook: Consumptive


The hurricane effectively
wiped out Cedar Key-then
a major hub-before racing
across North Florida and past
Jacksonville on its way up
the southeastern coast of the
United States.
"If this happened today,
places like Gainesville,
Jacksonville and most of
North Central Florida would
be severely impacted by the
winds and we would have a
significant storm surge upwards
of 10 feet really from Pinellas
all the way through Taylor
and Dixie counties," said state
meteorologist Ben Nelson.
Hurricane season began June
1 and lasts through November.
After withstanding direct hits
by eight hurricanes in 2004
and 2005, Florida has ducked


Uses of Water, including
section 5.4.2.1.
The above listed rulE
adopted (filed with the I
of State) no sooner the
following publication of
and will be effective
after filing. This notice
summary of the foreg
a copy of the complete
rules may be obtained
Norma Messer, Rules C
St. Johns River Water M
District, 4049 Reid Stre
Florida 32177-2529, b
nmesser@sjrwmd.com
visiting the District's
www.sjrwmd.com.


g amended
es will be
Department
an 14 days
this notice
20 days
e is only a
going rules;
text of the
by writing
coordinator,
management
et, Palatka,
y mailing
., or by
website at
6/19 Itchg


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2007-306-CA
DIVISION
TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SUSAN WEEKS, et al,
Defendants).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
mortgage Foreclosure dated April
30, 2008 and entered in Case No.
2007-306-CA of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORDCounty, Floridawherein
TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITAKER
MORTGAGE CORPORATION, is
the Plaintiff and SUSAN WEEKS;
THE UNKNOWN. SPOUSE OF
SUSAN WEEKS; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE .HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID' UNKNOWN PARTIES
.MAY .CLAIM .AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; CITIFINANCIAL
EQUITY SERVICES, INC; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00
A.M., on the 3ru day of July 2008,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment:
PARCEL 37
THE SOUTH 132.00 FEET OF THE
NORTH 924.00 FEET OF THE
WEST 330.00 FEET OF THE NW
1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SECTION
11, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. RESERVING
THEREFROM AN EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS, EGRESS, AND
UTILITIES OVER THE EASTERLY
15 FEET THEREOF.
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING CONVEYED WITH A 30.00
FOOT EASEMENT FOR INGRESS,
EGRESS AND UTILITIES OVER
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PARCEL: THE NORTHERLY 30.00
FEET OFTHE WESTERLY 1040.00
FEET AND THE EASTERLY 30.00
FEET OF THE WESTERLY 345.00
FEET OF THE NORTHERLY
1238.00 FEET OF SAID NW 1/4
OF SW 1/4.
ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
ALSO BEING CONVEYED WITH
A RIGHT OF INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED PARCEL:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED AT
THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF THE NE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4
'OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 7
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST AND
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 07
MINUTES AND 19 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 157.52
FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF COUNTY ROAD 225
(FORMERLY STATE ROAD S-225);
THENCE SOUTH 77 DEGREES
14 MINUTES AND 19 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY, 405.77 FEET TO THE
CENTERLINE OF AN EXISTING
ROAD FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING (SAID ROAD BEING
60 FEET IN WIDTH AND LYING
30 FEET ON EACH SIDE OF A
CENTERLINE DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS).
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 07 MINUTES'
AND 19 SECONDS EAST,
PARALLEL WITH THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID NE 1/4 OF
NE 1/4, A DISTANCE OF 378.18
FEET; THENCE SOUTH 15
DEGREES 15 MINUTES AND 41
SECONDS WEST, 374.65 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 20 DEGREES
44 MINUTES AND 49 SECOND
EAST, 333.96 FEET TO THE END
OF SAID 60 FOOT ROAD AND
THE BEGINNING OF A ROAD
20 FEET IN WIDTH AND LYING
10 FEET ON EACH SIDE OF
SAID CENTERLINE; THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 20 DEGREES
44 MINUTES AND 49 SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID CENTERLINE,
30.88 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 21
DEGREES 12 MINUTES AND 57
SECONDS EAST, 438.28 FEET
TQ A SET IRON ROD; THENCE
SOUTH 21 DEGREES 22 MINUTES
AND 11 SECONDS EAST, 330,29
FEET TO AN INTERSECTION
WITH THE CENTERLINE OF A
ROAD 30.00 FEET IN WIDTH AND


hurricanes the past two years.
But officials said Florida's
hurricane history is fickle, and
there have been very few times
that three consecutive years
have passed with no hurricanes
impacting the state.
This season forecasters are
estimating 13 to 15 named
storms. Warmer water
temperatures in the Atlantic
and low sea level pressure
contributed to the prediction.
of a busy season. Conditions
in the tropical Atlantic look
quite favorable for an active
hurricane season.
"We're focusing on recovery
today," Brian Johns, Bradford's.
emergency management
chief, told room of about 15
responders. "This is discussion-
based."


LYING 15 FEET ON EACH SIDE
OFTHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
CENTERLINE; THENCE SOUTH
42 DEGREES 52 MINUTES AND
49 SECONDS WEST, 274.13
FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE SOUTH 17 DEGREES
50 MINUTES AND 25 SECONDS
EAST, 418.91 FEET TO A SET
IRON ROD (LAST SAID IlRON ROD
BEING 15.00 FEET NORTHERLY
OF THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4
OF SAID SECTION 10 WHEN
MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES
THEREFROM); THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 53 MINUTES AND
43 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
WITH LAST SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY, 686.05 FEET TO
AN IRON ROD SET ON THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4 AND THE END
OF SAID CENTERLINE (LAST
SAID IRON ROD BEING LOCATED
15.00 FEET NORTHERLY OF THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4).
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME, 2003 REDMAN
SERIAL NO. 114-38905A/B,
MODEL 50J418.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A
FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO
A/K/A 12428 SW 81ST AVENUE,
STARKE, FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on April 30, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the Clerk of the Court, Bradford
County Courthouse, Starke, FL, at
(904) 964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
6/19 2tchg 6/26

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 04-2007-CA-547
DIVISION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SALLIE W. ANDERSON, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated April
30, 2008 and entered in Case No.
04-2007-CA-547 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, is the Plaintiff
and SALLIE W. ANDERSON; are
the Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALLOF-THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,


Representatives from several
essential support function areas
were.,in attendance, including
EMS, the road department,
school board health department,
law enforcement, county
officials and volunteers.
The exercise scenario was
complicated by a deliberately
placed explosive device at the
emergency operations center,
rendering it unusable. This
prompted participants to spring
into action to implement their
continuity of operations plans,
establish lines of succession
and identify and relocate to
an alternate facility to support
emergency actions.
After each group discussed
its plan of action and identified
weak points, there was a
group discussion on how to


STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00
a.m., on the 3rd day of July, 2008,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment:
LOT 16, THE MEADOW
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 61 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 1035 MEADOWS DRIVE,
STARKE, FL 32091
Any person claiming an interesting
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on April 30, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the Clerk of the Court, Bradford
County Courthouse, Starke, FL, at
(904) 964-6280 within 2 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
6/19 2tchg 6/26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2006-CA-635
LASALLE BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION. ASSIGNEEEE"),
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
LASALLE NATIONAL BANK, IN
ITS CAPACITY AS INDENTURE
TRUSTEE UNDER THAT
CERTAIN SALE AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED
DECEMBER 1, 1999 AMONG AFC
TRUST SERIES 1999-4, AS
ISSUER, SUPERIOR BANK FSB,
AS SELLER AND SERVICE,
AND LASALLE BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS INDENTURE
TRUSTEE, AFC MORTGAGE
LOAN ASSET BACKED NOTES,
SERIES 1994-4
Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL L. NEWELL; TANGLIER
M. NEWELL, and any unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors,
and other unknown persons or
unknown spouses claiming by,
through and under any of the
above-named Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Bradford County, Florida,
will on the 3rd day of July, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m., in the lobby of the
Courthouse in Starke, Florida, offer
for sale and sell at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following-described
property situated in Bradford
County, Florida:
Part of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of Section 18, T6S,
R22E, Bradford County, Florida
being more particularly described
as follows:
Commence at the Northwest corner
of Section 18, T6S R22E, and run
South 0 Degrees, 47 Minutes, 14
Seconds East for 1,322 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence North 89
Degrees 39 Minutes 09 Seconds
East for 1,317.74 feet thence South
0 Degrees, 43 Minutes, 48 Seconds


address potential solutions and
shortcomings.
"We're exposing problems
and now's the time to do it,"
Johns said.
"Today is a means of
education, a networking, a
time to question and discussion
established procedures," said
Nelson Green,Bradford County
EMS director. "This is a time to
ask, 'What if?' Review your
existing plans and make notes
to correct them."


PCT apps

available
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center will
have applications available
to individuals interested in
applying for the Patient Care


East for 220 feet; thence South 89
Degrees, 39 Minutes, 09
Seconds West for 1,317.52 feet;-
thence North 0 Degrees, 47 Minutes
14 Seconds West for 220 feet to
the Point of Beginning. Excepting
therefrom any part thereof lying
within the Right of Way of State of
Road No. S-229 (100' foot Right
of Way), being the same lands
as described in deed recorded in
Official Records Book 211, Page
50, Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida; less and except
that portion of captioned lands lying
West of SR 229.
Together with a 1999 Wind Mobile
Home VIN# 10L26612X and
10L26612U.
pursuant to the Final Judgment
entered in a case pending in said
Court, the style of which is indicated
above.
Any person or entity claiming
an interest in the surplus, if any,
resulting from the foreclosure sale,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens, must
file a claim on same with the Clerk
of Court within '60 days after the
foreclosure sale.
WITNESS my hand and official seal
of said Court this 3011 day of April,
2008.
In accordance with the Americans
With Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at 201 E. University
Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32602,
Telephone (352) 374-3648, not
later than seven (7) days prior to
the proceeding. If hearing impaired,
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)
1-800-955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.
FRANCIS RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Original Signed By:
Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
6/19 2tchg 6/26
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on July 14, 2008, 10:00
a.m. at 18536 U.S. 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.
1G6KD52Y1VU223163-1997
Cadillac
1G8ZK5276YZ268142-2000
Saturn
1J4GZ78YXRC169522-1994 Jeep
1N4BU31D1TC159151-1996
Nissan
2FMDA5140WBB80287-1998 Ford
6/19 1tchg
PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWN OF BROKER
THIS NOTICE is to inform anyone
that may not receive monthly water
bill from the Town of Brooker, but
consumes water from the system.
The Annual 2007 Drinking Water
Quality Report is available to
anyone who may have a need for
a copy. A copy may be picked up
at the city hall during regular office
hours. Hours: Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, and Friday from 9:00
a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The report can
be picked up staring Monday, June
23'".
6/19 tchg


Technician program beginning
this week.
The 600-hour course will run
the entire length of the regular
school year, broken into seven
components: basic health.care,
certified nursing assistant,home
technologist aide, patient care
assistant, allied health assistant,
advanced allied health assistant
and patient care technologist.
Acceptable scores on the
TABE test are an application
requirement. Due to budget
cuts, the TABE test will only
be given three times during the
summer. Call now to schedule
a time slot for testing to
avoid missing the application
deadline. The last day to
pick up an application will be
Thursday, July 24.


LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors
will hold a meeting of the Board
of Directors on Monday, June 30,
2008, 7:00 p.m. at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.,
Senior Center in Live Oak, Florida.
6/19 ltchg

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2007-CA-0418
FRANK HUNTER,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
BRANDIE L. JOHNS; ALL OTHER
PERSONS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST
BRANDIE L. JOHNS; UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA; AND
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE,
UNKNOWN TENANTS,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the
24th day of July, 2008, at 11:00
a.m. at the east front door of the
Courthouse of Bradford County at
Starke, Florida, the undersigned
Clerk will offer for sale the following
described real property:
Parcel Two:
A parcel of land lying in Lots 4 and
5, Block 8 of Temple's Addition
to Starke, as per plat recorded in
Deed Book G, Pages 304 and 305,
of the public records of Bradford
County, Florida; said parcel being
more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at an iron pipe found at
the NW corner of said Block 8 and
run South 17 degrees 30 minutes 00
seconds West, along the Westerly
boundary thereof (also being the
Easterly boundary of the right of
way of Walnut Street), 130.34 feet to
a set nail; thence South 72 degrees
24 minutes 09 seconds East, 64.01
feet to a set iron rod for the Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described continue South 72
degrees 24 minutes 09 seconds
East, 64.01 feet to an iron rod set on
the Westerly boundary of the right
of way of Thompson Street; thence
South 17 degrees 24 minutes 58
seconds West, along last said
Westerly boundary, 69.34 .feet to
an iron rod set on the Southerly
boundary of said Lot 4; thence
North 72 degrees 24 minutes 09
seconds west, along said Southerly
boundary and parallel with said
Northerly boundary, 64.06 feet to
a found iron pipe; thence North 17
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'Taxpayers also have a right
to know where their money
is going, but having said that,
Ohappell said the budget
for county schools is in the
worst shape she's ever seen
it in because of state revenue
reductions.
"Our governor has seen fit to
cut, cut, cut. We're paying for
it, and we have to do the best
with what we have," she said.
Safetyisacontinuing priority,
according to Chappell, and she
is always available to discuss
concerns with the public.
"A vote for me is a voice for
you," she said.
She is married and has three
children and two children who
have graduated from Bradford
High, two grandchildren
attending public schools and
one more yet to start school.
Chappell was the only sitting
school board member to face
opposition this election year.
School Board Member Randy
Jones from the county's third
district, currently serving
as board chairman, was
unopposed.
School board races are
nonpartisan, so every voter
in District 4 will have an
opportunity to select their
school board member during
the Aug. 26 primary.
Unlike the school board race,
candidates for the District 3
county commission seat, which
covers central and southeastern
Starke and the immediate
surrounding area, are not
competing with an incumbent.
County Commissioner John
Cooper has announced his
intention to leave the position
for personal reasons and the
possible pursuit of a judicial
seat in the future.
That announcement drew
four competitors to the race
including Republican Mark
Santiago.
Santiago is married with
two children, and obtained a
master's degree in, business
administration from Regent
University, although he said life
experience counts more than
education when it comes to
being a county commissioner.
As a homeowner and small
business owner, Santiago said
he feels the impact of tax
increases and other economic
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and government actions.
Santiago said he is concerned
with the county's infrastructure
and future planning. He
supports, for example, the
city of Starke taking a look at
greener ways to process and
dispose of material from its
wastewater treatment plant and
other forward looking ways to
tackle such problems.
"I'm a true conservationist
as a Republican, not just in
the social and the fiscal but
also in the green thumb area,"
Santiago said.
He suggested the county
needs a document to guide
it in planning for such
improvements.
"I don't think the county
commissioners'job is just to sit
on the board and make a couple
of decisions, and that's it. I
think they need to be proactive
in their community," Santiago
said, adding that his job as a
coffee shop owner will keep
him accessible to the public.
In addition, to planning, he
said he was concerned about the
economy and wanted to look at
local solutions to tackling the
problem.
"How can we open the door
to more revenue sources? How
Scan we open the door to more
jbhs so, that it's not just the
prison sustaining us? I mean,
thank God for the prison,
but imagine if we had more
industry," said Santiago, adding
he would be a business-minded
leader.
Dan Sikes, running as
a Republican, was called to
annual training with the Army
Reserve, but had Hampton
Marshal John Hodges read an


Dan Sikes


people who live in my district
have needs that have never
been addressed just because
they don't know how to
properly communicate them. I
would like to be the one who
could help those people get the
,service they need."
He said his career as a
military civil engineer provides
a wealth of experience in all
aspects of construction, from
labor to the management and
design of several multimillion
dollar projects, including
drainage and road projects as
well as bare basing, or building
entire cities from the ground up
during natural disaster response.
He's been responding to such
disasters, including Hurricane
Katrina, since 1993, he said, so
he can understand the needs of
local emergency responders.
Morrow has also started three
successful -small businesses
over the years, so he said he


e-mail on his behalf.
"I do not seek office for
money or statues," Sikes wrote.
"I seek your support because
I owe a duty to give back to
a county that has given my
family and I so much."
According to Sikes, he is
best qualified for the office
because of his faith, experience
and leadership ability. In
addition to being a "strong
Christian," Sikes wrote that he
has experience as an employer,
business owner and investor,
and has commanded soldiers,
learning the value of leadership
"through suggestion and
example."
"I know how to listen and
how to persuade," he wrote.
Sikes added that the county
needs a leader who can work
with Tallahassee to bring
revenue for the county, bring
business and jobs,. and make
sure that the public is being
heard and represented.
Chuck Morrow is also a
candidate in the District 3 race
who said he and his wife are
both lifelong county residents.
Together they have three
daughters.


Morrow said he is a member
of First Baptist Church of
Starke and has served in the
military for more than 18 years,
including four years in the
Air Force and 14 years in the
Florida Air National Guard.
"I am not running to become
a politician," he said. "I am
running because I would like to
see all of the residents of District
3 be properly represented."
As a county commissioner,
Morrow said he would be readily
accessible to constituents,
informing them of the issues
that affect them and seeking
their input before "throwing"
his hand up to vote.
The position doesn't need a
politician, but someone who
can draw upon his personal
experience and the opinions of
those he represents to make
the best decisions possible, he
said.
"If you live, in the same
area long enough, you begin
to know a great deal of people
who live around you and what
they expect from their elected
county officials," Morrow
said.
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A fourth candidate for the
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Two state House candidates from Nassau County court Bradford votes


'BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

. Bobby Hart, recently
announced candidate for the
District 12 Florida House seat
held by "term limited" Aaron
Bean, explained his delayed
entry into the race at a rally
held in Hampton June 7.
Although he ran for the
office in 2000, Hart said he
had no intention, of running
until Bradford Sheriff Bob
Milner dropped out of the race.
Even when urged by others
to get into the race this time,
Hart hesitated, feeling it might
be too late, he said. That is
until an acquaintance in Union
County told him serving in this
capacity is something he had
been working toward his entire
life, he said.
"They told me, 'It's not too
late to run. You've been running
your entire life. Look at what
you've done'," he said.
What Hart has done is spend
almost 30 years in the public
school system, teaching in
Baker, Union and now in Nassau


County. Like opponent Janet
Adkins, Hart is a Republican
with school board experience
(Baker County 1990-96).
He is also a major in the
Army Reserve who served
two tours under Operation
Iraqi Freedom, returning most
recently in April 2007. He was
awarded three medals for his
service. From 1989-1995, he
was a Florida National Guard
soldier stationed at Camp
Blanding, and he has two
degrees from the University of
Florida, where he also served
as an adjunct professor.
"Everything in my life that
I've done, including National
Guard and Army Reserve, has
been to run for this job, I think,
and so it's not something I take
lightly."
Hartalso touted his familiarity
with the 12th district.
"Nobody knows the district
better than I do, because I've
lived in every part of it," he
said.
Running is not an easy task,
he said in acknowledging all
of the candidates who attended


Bobby Hart
the rally, adding it's a sacrifice
they make in order to make the
country a better place.
"From the bottom of my heart,
and as a citizen of the United
States, I thank you, because
that's the only way we'll make
it better," Hart said.
While Hart, whose time
was limited because he was
called to active training with
the Army Reserve, focused on


Janet Adkins
telling people who he is, his
opponent spoke more about
what she stands for.
SAdkins, who is also seeking
the Republican nomination, has
served on- the school hoard in
Nassau County for nine and a
half years, so she's no stranger
to running for office. While
each campaign may bring new
issues, what never changes,
she said, are a candidate's core


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Four in District 21 state House race seek to replace Pickens


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Four candidates have filed to
run for the seat in the Florida
House held by Joe Pickens,
who, like Aaron Bean, is
leaving office because of term
limits.
Bean and Pickens struck
a deal a few years back' that
redrew the lines of districtk--..
12 and 21 so that the latter
now includes the portion of the
Keystone Heights area that lies
in Bradford County..


Linda Myers


Hampton's rally on June
7 brought three of the four
announced candidates for that
district seat to Bradford County.
Linda Myers, the lone Democrat
in that race, said her campaign
was about "reconnecting."
"Our campaign for the
State House is designed to
reconnect Tallahassee, our
state government, to real
working families," she said,
citing high food and gasoline
prices. "We're here to remind
Tallahassee and our state
government that' during hard
times, families suffer."
According to Myers,
Tallahassee leaders need to be
reminded that they are there to
serve the public, that children
deserve a great education and
great jobs they don't have to
move out of state for.
As a two-term commissioner
in Putnam County, Myers said
her job was to attract work
and increase educational
opportunities.
"I took that voice to
Tallahassee, and I want to
continue to take it for all of
our communities," she said,
adding that her skills as an
accountant are needed in the
state capitol, as is a lesson on
fiscal responsibility.
Republican Charles Van
Zant is the only candidate who
can claim Bradford County as
home. While filling in for his
son on the Clay County School
Board while he was serving in
the military overseas, Van Zant
said it was his faith that drew
him to run for the office of state
representative.
That explains his strong anti-
abortion agenda and his support
of Amendment 2, which would
define marriage in the state as
a union between a man and
woman.
Of abortion, Van Zant said
society is murdering 3,300
unborn Americans every day.
"A lot of people think
abortion is a dead issue. I'm


here to tell you that if we
were in a war anywhere in the
world and we were sending
home 3,300 body bags a day,
Congress would not get out
of special session until they
reversed everything and brought
everybody home," Van Zant
said. "Things would change,
but since these Americans have
no voice, some of us need to
provide that change."
Likewise, he said Voters
heed to take, action and vote
"yes" on Amendment 2 or risk
higher taxes and health care


costs resulting from expanded
coverage requirements and
special entitlement programs.
Third on his platform is the
need to address water issues,
such as opposing those who
would destroy Rodman Dam
on the Oklawaha River south
of Palatka. Van Zant said he
believes that those who live
around Lake Rodman will be
impacted by the loss of their
water wells, placing further
demand on the Floridan
Aquifer and causing lake
levels throughout the region to
continue their decline.
Economic growth is also
on the radar of this local
architectural firm owner.
"There has been no economic
strengthening in District 21


in more than 20 years," said
Van Zant, who called for a
new road in the district to spur
development and job growth.
He also said he supports drilling
off the coast of Florida for a
supply of oil that would reduce
gas prices and strengthen the
state economy, and would want
to reduce taxes by reducing the
size of government.
Pat Freeman, also running as
a Republican, has had a career
based in health care. She has
a background as a registered
nurse, hospital and assisted


living facility administrator
and now runs Palatka Health
Care Center, a 180-bed skilled
nursing facility for the elderly.
"All my life I've been
involved in public service,"
Freeman said. "I've always
been one of those people who
has been and advocate for the
less fortunate."
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she knew involvement with her
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have to give way to her service
as a state representative, she
said she couldn't imagine a
greater service.
For years, Freeman said her
goal has been to make Putnam


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and work, pointing out that
her facility offers continuing
education to those in the nursing
profession, working with local
vocational programs to do so.


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"In the end, it's your core
values that will guide you on
the decisions on each of the
issues," Adkins said.
Among her core values, she
said, is personal responsibility
and a belief that everyone
is responsible for their own
actions.
"I believe in setting standards
and expectations high," she
continued. "I believe the higher
the expectations, the higher the
performance. I believe that's
true with our students, I believe
it's true with employees,
and I believe it's true with
government."
Adkins said she believes in
less government, lower taxes
and parents' rights, and she
believes a strong economy
is built on free enterprise
and competition. Decreasing
regulation and providing tax
credits for capital investments
will help small businesses
and in turn, the economy as a
whole, she said. As an example,
she offered tax credits for
small trucking firms who are


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struggling because of the cost
of diesel. A strong business
environment will supportstrong
families as well, she said.
Government's top priority
should be long-term planning,
to identify and deal with issues
before they turn into crises,
Adkins added.
Citing recent crime statistics
for Bradford County, Adkins
discussed the need to address
teen violence and drug use.
"We need to make sure we're
supporting law enforcement
in its efforts to combat these
problems," she said.
She also said she is
passionate about education,
telling a story about her goal
to be valedictorian of her high
school class. That goal led to
a scholarship and changed the
course of her life, she said.
1 A third candidate, Damon
C. Fernandez, filed to run as a
write-in candidate in the race
and officially qualified this
week. He was not present to
speak at the rally, however.'
Milner, as previously stated,
has pulled out of the race.









June 19, 2008 TELEGRAPH Page 9A




New veterans service officer feels privileged to help those who served


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer

"I deeply believe in what the
soldiers and veterans have done
for our country and consider it
a privilege to be in a position to
help them." said new Bradford
Count) Veterans Service
Officer Linda Carpenter. "It
means a lot to me that they put
ihcir trust in me to be able to
help them."
Carpenter. who herself retired
from the service in 2000 after
29 years in the Army, took over
the position in late April.
She is filling in the slot
left vacant when the previous
.veterans service officer,
Nathaniel Hines, passed away
in January. For four months,
Jim Crawford filled in the
position until a new permanent
officer could be hired.
Carpenter, who said she sees
an average of four to seven
veterans a day at her office,
said that her job is to help them
in any and all ways to get the
help and the services that are
rightfully due them for their
service to the country.
These would include helping
them go about the process
of securing a wide range of
benefits,directing them to social
service agencies which would
attend to their particular needs.
In.addition, Carpenter said
she assists them to get entered
into vocational rehabilitation


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programs if they qualify.
Sometimes, she said, it
just might be a matter of
helping the veterans interpret
communications they've
received from the Veterans
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Born in Wilmington, Ohio,
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Using games and humor,
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etiquette excellence.
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and training to avoid frantic
mental gymnastics in an effort
to remember which utensil is
proper for each course at a


Linda Carpenter is Bradford County's new veterans
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too long, she took a three-year
hiatus from the Army due to
family issues and continued
to serve in the U.S. Army
Reserves.
When she rejoined the service
in 1974, she was stationed
at Fort Riley, Kas., for three
years.
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to Ohio where she served six
years until 1983 in the state's
National Guard, achieving the
rank of sergeant first class prior
to her appointment as a warrant
officer.
In 1983, she was transferred
to the individual ready reserve
until ordered to active duty
in the Active Guard Reserve


parents and God's other
nine rules.
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identifying place
settings.
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a Thank you notes.
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Program in St. Louis where she
served until 1989.
There followed a series of
transfers to Georgia, back to
St. Louis and finally back to
Fort McPherson, Ga., before
retiring and settling in Keystone
Heights, with her husband in
2000.
Carpenter said that after
leading a somewhat nomadic
life, first in her youth when the
family kept moving because
her father worked in interstate
road construction in Ohio, and
then constantly on the move
in the military, she had finally
found a real home arid stability
in Keystone Heights.
"After my retirement in 2000,
I still wanted to be of service to
the community."
Toward that end, she said
she joined the Lake Region
Garden Club and was active in
the American Cancer Society's
Relay for Life activities.
"I still felt unfulfilled,
though," said Carpenter. "I
wanted to be of more service."
She said that while visiting
an Internet employment Web
site one day, she noticed an
opening for veterans service
officer in Bradford.
She said she applied online,
and heard back and was hired
within a few days.
Before she officially took
over her duties in Bradford
County. she' attended week-
long training conferences


hours of etiquette instruction, a
student workbook, daily snacks,
a mid-week tutorial lunch, a
formal graduation luncheon
and more.
Cost is $150 per student and
$100 for additional siblings for
the one-week program, which
is sponsored by the Santa Fe
Community College Bradford
County Patrons and the Starke
Woman's Club. Please contact,
Kathryn Lehman at Santa Fe
College, (904) 964-5382, for
more information.


in Jacksonville and then St.
Petersburg.
Carpenter has been married
nine years to Noel Thomas of
Keystone Heights,a very active,
who, among other,thing, is, a
member of the airparkb?6ard,
an officer in Kiwanis andO a
real estate agent with CB Isaac
Realty in Melrose.
When not aiding eterans,
Carpenter said. she enjoys
painting, making "pottery
and gardening. She' was 'also
a member of the Palatka Art
League, she said.
She said that the job' has
provided her with the fulfillment
she had been looking for since
retiring from the service, and
all the reward she needs is
a "smiling face and a thank
you."
Carpenter's office is located
directly across from the Pizza
Hut in Starke on the west ijde
of U.S. 301. Carpentei'said h"r
hours were 8-5 p.m., Tuesdays
and Thursdays. She said walk-
ins are welcome as well as those
who make an appointment ,o
see her.
She can be reached at (904)
966-6385 for appointments or
to answer questions during her
work hours.
Carpenter said that veterans
who rieed assistance from a VA
financial counselor regarding
the home loan guaranty program
should call (877)-827-3702 or
visit www.homeloans.va.gov.


Come

Together

July 12
Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County Inc. will hold
its annual Come Together Day
on Saturday, July 12, at the RJE
Complex.
Booths are available for
vendors. For more information,
contact Alica McMillian at
(904) 966-1100.


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42
Motor Vehicles
2001 REPOSSESSED
CHRYSLER 300, LOAD-
ED. Gold color, nice car,
$8,800. Financing with a
low down payment w.a.c.
Call 904-964-6305.
43
RVs and
Campers
2004 32' CEDAR CREEK
FIFTH WHEEL- 2 slides,
rear kitchen and lots of


storage. Excellent condi-
tion, $20,000 OBO. Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
44
Boats and ATVs
16' LOWE V-NOSE JON-
BOAT 15 MERCURY, 4
stroke, 10hrs, galvanized
trailer, seats, depth finder.
floor with turf. Fish all
day on a few dollars of
gas. $4,000, call 352-
275-1229.
45
Land for Sale
2 ACRES INCLUDES
ALL IMPROVEMENTS.
Ready for mobile home,
North of Sanderson.
$24,900. Call 904-259-
8028.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 ACRES, 1 mile road
frontage. $6K/acre. Call
904-259-8028.
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and
up, low down. Owner
financing available. Call
1-800-616-8373.
1i.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).
14 ACRES STARKE.
GREAT DEVELOPMENT
potential. 1700' paved
road frontage on SR100.
One acre zoning. Owner
financing, no down pay-
ment. Only $1,700/mth,
$195K. Call 352-215-
1018.
220 ACRES SOUTH
GEORGIA. Rolling wood-
land with deer and turkey.
Includes cabin with deep
well and a creek on paved
road. Asking $479K, call
912-568-7480.
20 BEAUTIFUL ACRES,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
15 pasture,-5 woods.
Greenbelted, can divide,
partially fenced. Reduced
S$100K OBO. By owner,
'call 352-275-1224.


Len Eaves
Cell 352-745-0650


Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St., $201,000 or for RENT
new roof, designed for
restaurant. Also, one
retail store, downtown
Starke, $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
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, $85K.
Price reduced, make offer.
Phone 352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA. 684 Epperson
StStarke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/IBA 696 Epperson
St. Starke, $49,500. Call
352-745-0039.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
ONE ACRE, $32,000. MO-
BILE HOME 2BR. 6860
NW 204th Terr., Starke,
FL 32091. Call 1-802-
807-8624 or 352-514-
0719.
MACCLENNY LAND HOME
PACKAGE New 1579
sq ft 3/2, deluxe kitchen
appliances, island, lots
of cabinets, formal dining
and more on 1.5 shaded
acres on the St. Mary's
River. Was $135K, re-
duced to $120K. Call
904-259-8028.
NEW "2008" LOT MODEL,
1800 sq ft. 3BR/2BA, up-
graded kitchen package,


BATHROOM

MODELING + MORE
HANDYMAN SERVICES
Complete bathroom remodeling, including wall ant
floor tile work. Tub and shower conversions, .
Remodeling. From kitchen bath to exterior repairs,
wall-floor-tile work, built-in shower seating.
References Available
Lic. #202105

CALL STEVE 904-465-0078
or 352-468-2515


HnMF FnR SAFL


Beautiful, Move-in ready, Updated home on 5.6
acres 5 miles from town, completely fenced.
* Large, Open Kitchen with Island 3 bedrooms / 2 baths
* Separate Living & Dining Rooms Large Utility Room
* 2-way Stone Fireplace opens to Living Room
& Family Room
* Florida Room with sliding vinyl windows overlooking
sparkling clean, self cleaning pool!
Many More Extras! $329,900

Call
Gayle Van Wagenen HOMETOWN
Realtor HiO Taa
(904) 449-3938 "Wher You coe First"
for more info & an 107 East Call Street
for more info& an Starke, FL 32091
appointment to view. 904-964-7330


master bedroom retreat,,
sliding glass door with
furniture & decor, setup
& delivery, A/C, skirting,
steps $ 62,900. Call Larry
at 904-259-1100.
"2008" 28X44 3/2, FLEET-
WOOD, $29,900. Call
'Larry at 904-259-1100.
$750 DOWN W.A.C. BUYS
YOU YOUR NEW HOME.
3/2 and 2/2 available.
Hidden Oaks MHC in
Lake Butler, FL. For
more details, call 386-
496-8111.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
$455/MTH. 3/2 double-
wide. Hidden Oaks MHC,
Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.
HANDYMAN HOME -
NEEDS SIDING AND
A/C to be installed. Low
monthly payment, 386-
496-8111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with
big trees. $39K, call 352-
473-5745.
MUST SELL!! 1996 3/2
1300 sq ft mobile home.
Appliances, carpet and


vinyl were all replaced 3
years ago. Located in
Melrose less than 2 miles
from schools, lakes and
restaurants. Reduced
price for quick sale. Was
$89K, now $79K. Please
call 352-246-6077.
DO YOU WANT TO DEAL
WITH A MANAGER in-
stead of a salesperson?
Call someone who cares.
Manager' Mike, 352-378-
2453 ext 12.
BUY A 28X80 4/2 BRAND
NEW HOME for only
$59,995. Includes A/C,
skirting, steps and setup.
Get details. Call Manager
Mike at 352-378-2453
ext 12.
BUY A 32X80 WITH LIVING
ROOM, DEN, ACTIVITY
ROOM. 3 baths, setup,
a/c, skirting, steps. Only
$63,995. Furniture in-
cluded. Call Manager
Mike at 352-378-2453
ext 12.
USED 14X70, LOOKS
BRAND NEW for $14,900.
Call Manager Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext 12.
BRAND NEW 32X80 4/3.
INCLUDES FURNITURE,


alc, skirting and steps
for only $428/mrth. Call
someone who cares,
Manager Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext 12.
LAND/HOME PACKAGES
ONLY 4.5 MILES from
hospital and shopping
in Gainesville city limits.
Call Manager Mike at
352-378-2453.
USED SMALL28X44 FOR A
LOW, LOW PRICE. Call
Manager Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext 12.
50
For Rent
2/2 SWMH RECENTLY RE-
MODELED. $500/mfh,
$1,250 needed to move
in. Located at Lamplight-
er Mobile Home Commu-
nity in Gainesville, 5200
NE 39th Ave. Park is
well maintained, has a
swimming pool and paved
roads. Lease purchase
available. Call 386-684-
1040, 352-283-8674 or
888-999-1389.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
(19041964-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com


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utilities paid! Central loca-
tion 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens Rooms with pi vate
bath, $115 $135. /wk
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
pinj.' 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 RENTAL 2 &
3 BR. NEWLY RENO-
VATED Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street. Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Ph: 386-496-3141,
TDD/TTY 71.1: Rental
assistance for qualified
applicants. 1,2.3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC "acces-
sible apartments. Laun-
dry facility & playground.
Water, sewer & garbage
provided. Equal, Housing
Opportunity.
2 ONE YEAR. OLD HOUS-
ES. 3/2. 2 car garage.
tile floors, granite coun-
tertops, jacuzzi. tub and
walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess. Available June 1st,
$1,200/mth and $1,100/
mth. One month deposit.
Call 352-473-3560.
DELIGHTFUL 2/1 HOME
SHADED WITH PECAN
TREES. CH/A, storage
shed, washerldryer hook-
up, garden site. 15484
NE 21st Ave. off Bessent
Rd..-Starke. Call 904-
472-6256 or 904-384-
S8013.- "
1BR FURNISHED APART-
MENT ON LAKE. $600
MTH. May reduce rent in
exchange for light house-
hold assistance. Call
Gerry at 352-473-776.9.
STARKE 2/2 HOUSE -,
$550/mth. first. last and.
security: Cred; check
and lease required. Call
904-259-4126.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE-
HOME IN LAKE BUTLER.
Call 386-496-2134. .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME 2/1 on one
acre fenced lot, paved
road. Close to town.
First, last and security.
$500/mth, call 352-475-
3094.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME READY.
No travel trailer or RV..
$200/mth, call 904-796-
0442.
2BR COTTAGE FOR
RENT IN KEYSTONE
HEGIMTS. Clean, qui-t
et, pets allowed, water
provided. References
required. $525/mth.. Call
352;235-01.56. ,' :; .
HISTORIC STREET IN
STARKE. 2900 SQ:FT.
MUST SEE 4/3 Call 904-
887-8451. Remodeled.,
large fenced backyard.
3/1 HOUSE. EXCELLENT
CONDITION. Fam-
ily neighborhood in Key-
stone. $750/mth, first,
last and security. Daytime
352-475-1800. evening
and weekends at 352-
494-0057.
WANTED ROOMMATE
TO SHARE:HOUSE IN-
LAKE BUTLER. $5006.:
mth includes utilities. Call
904-964-6545.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
RENT TO OWN with
Seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on Dig lot wiln
big trees. $39K. call 352-
473-5745..
HOUSE FOR RENT .
COUNTRY SETTING
2/2 CH/A. washer/dryer
hook-ups, carport, -shed.
Bradford County. $675
plus deposit. Call 352-
473-7208.
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT.
AND WORKSHOP in Clay
County, close to Keystone.
Heights. $750/mth, call
352-475-6260: .
1977 24X65 MOBILE HOME
ON ONE ACRE with new


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S4" deep well in Lake But-
ler. $600/mth. $600/dep.
Call 904-966-0765
CAMPER LOT IN THE
COUNTRY WITH PLEN-
TY OF SHADE. Service
animals only, utilities in-
cluded. Call 352-468-
2684,
FOR RENT OR SALE 3/2
SWMH WITH DECK on
one acre in Graham, FL.
Service animals only, no
smoking. Call 352-468-
2544.
TRAILERS FOR RENT -
TWO DOUBLEWIDES.
One in Hampton, 3/2,
$750/mth with first and
last. One in Tiny Cove,
Trailer Park in Keystone
Heights. 3/2, $695/mth
with first and last, (gar-
bage, water and bug
spray included). Also.
SWMH ir .Tiny Cove
Tr3aile Park fn Keysi:.ne
Heighis 2/1 $525'mln
igaroage .al3er and bug
spray included): Call352-
473-3728. ask lor Kathy
Perryman.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT Key-
stone Heights. Newer 3/2
Beautiful DW on large 1/3
acre lot with new carpet,
fully equipped kitchen,.
washer/dryer hook-up.
$700/mth plus deposit.
Call 904-571-4264:
.3/2 969 GRAND ST..
Starke. FL. 1650 sq ft.
completely remodeled,
Sfenced yard, garage new
kitchen with stainless
steel appliances. Call
352-235.2014. 1
4/25. 806 W MADISON
ST.. STARKE. FL. 2,400
sq It. original hardwood
'floors, completely remod-
eled inside and out. New
kitchen with maple cabi--
nets. granite countertops
. and stainless steel appli-
ances. Huge omerlotin
City. Call 352-494-1849;
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE.
HOME. CHJA on wooded
lol 2/1. $350hntl. $3501
dep Call 352-213-4563
WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS Call


904-368-0007. Starting
at $579 with $199 deposit.
Cool off this summer in
one of the few pools lo-
cated in Starke. W/D
hook-ups, fitness center,
volleyball court, comput-
er room, clubhouse for
resident activities, walking
distance to school, Pets
welcome.
LAWTEY HOUSE FOR
RENT 2/1 UNFUR-
NISHED. Very nice, CH/
A, centrally located. HUD
vouchers welcome. Call
904-829-0518 or 904-
687-5290.
OPEN 16X34 APARTMENT
FOR RENT. Enclosed
16x8bathroom. First and
last upfront, $325/mth.
In country, 6 miles out of
Starke with appliances.
Elderly person or single
individual. Call 352-473-
0228.
2/1: 2-STORY TOWN
HOUSE. Everything
brand new: $700/mth,
first and last month rent
required. Service animals
only, no smoking. Call
904-964-9575.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
3/2 MOBILE HOME. Qui-
et and private. $700/mth,
first and last months rent
and $300 security. Pets,
horse OK. Call 386-623-
1527.
3/2 SWMH IN KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. Walk to
schools. $550/mth, $550/
dep. Call 904-626-0874.


* Limerock
* Slag Rock
* Crushcrete
*Millings.


52
Animals & Pets
MALE BEAGLES CKC
REGISTERED with shots
$200 each. One 3mth old
and one 1yr old Call 904-
964-3858.
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
904-964-5704 for more
information
MEAT GOATS FOR SALE
-ALLAGES TO CHOOSE
FROM $30 and up. call
386-496-2779.
2 YORKSHIRE TERRIER
BABIES FOR ADOP-
TION. AKC registered,
home raised, vaccines
and health guarantee. If
interested, contact me at
sam_leonards01 @yahoo.
com.
53A
Yard Sales
BIG YARD SALE 996 COL-
LIE RD., June 19, 20 and
21, 8am-5pm.
MOVING SALE -'DINING
ROOM TABLE AND SIX
CHAIRS, china cabinet,
women's clothes size
5-7, household items,
rugs and dishes. 323
N Church St. iin Starke.
Friday, Saturday and Sun-
day, 9am-5pm.


* Concrete Sand
* Crusher Run
* Masonry Sand
* Gravels


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&nce 19/7
AMen E. Tabor,Owner


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-Land Cleaming *Demolition
*Ponds tRoad Grading
*Dozer Work R.iE. Jones Fill Dirt
*Road Building Oner- Limerock
-Driveways Owner.-Washout
*Heavy.Brush Site Prep
Mowing Licensed *Fire Line
& Insured Plowing


:.^ ;16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091


FRIDAY, 8AM-12PM NEW
JEWELRY, decorative
house Ilags, too much to
list Grllis Loop, then first
dirt road on the left (SE
26th Ave).
3 5 MILES WEST OF LAW-
TEY, turn left on NW 53rd
Ave and then left on NW
224th St., 2nd house on
right, follow signs. Friday
only, June 20th, 8am-?
Lots of good stuff, call
904-782-3171.
JUNE 21, 9AM-?, IN LAW-
TEY OFF 301 near city
limit, across from Elemen-
tary School, look for signs.
Princess House glass,
collectibles, clothes and
baby stuff.
GARAGE SALE 22963
NW 27TH AVE, LAWTEY.
301 to CR225, look for


sings. Lots of misc., rain
or shine Saturday. 8am-
3pm.
AT KEN'S PAINT AND
BODY SHOP, HWY 301 N.
Friday and Saturday, rain
or shine, 8am-dark. Fur-
niture, electrical, clothes,
etc.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
8AM-12PM. In Country
Club, 15593 NE 15th Ave.,
follow signs. Household
items, golf clubs, bakers-
rack, microwave, clothes
of all sizes.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
397 W MARKET RD.
July 21st, Variety of items,
furniture, jewelry, clothes,
books, home decor.
ESTATE SALE JUNE 20
AND 21, 8AM-3PM. 504
Legion Terrace off of Or-


Smith & Smith Realty

Sheila Daugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
.iFcJ (352) 235-1131 cell

*2BR/IBA, Comer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled. MLS# 428545
124-6t) Reduced $67,000 Bring Offers
*3BR/1 BA on Orange Street, Hardwood FIs.
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Bring Offers
Sjj1 Reduced $106,000 MLS #421161
* 1.25 Acres on Comer of N.E. 12th Ave.
& 171stStreet CONTRACT PENDING
MLS #424653
*2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
$32,000 MLS #420759
*1 Wooded Acre, off NW 177th in
Pleasant Grove $20,000 MLS #402345
* 10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes.
Reduced $99,000 MLS #323204
*3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., large master
bath, sione fireplace. on I acre off S.R.16
East, Siaike $99.500 MLs 450N |3


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Nice selection of
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
Starting at $ 165
GREAT FOR
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
904-964-2966
355 N Temple Ave Starke


FOR SALE
4BR/1BA Stucco.
House in country with
a mother-in-law
1BR/1BA apartment,
divided by carport.
Large yard with:
5+ acres in a
platted subdivision.
Located on 134th St.
Owner financing to
qualified buyer.
$159;000
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appointment only
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964-6305


ange St, past Winn Dixie,
look for signs. Contents
of whole house.
1011 N THOMPSON ST.
STARKE. Friday and
Saturday, 8am-4pm
Children's clothes and
misc items.
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE Furniture, clothes,
beds, lamps, bikes, etc
Friday, 8am-2pm and Sat-
urday, 8am-2pm. 1646
+ NE 154th Terr.. Slarke
(Country Club).
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
BIG SALE 227 SE 46TH
LOOP IN KEYSTONE.
Furniture, antiques, ga-
rage sluff, clothes 8am-


2pm, Saturday. 352-473-
4569
SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-?
6522 TRIEST AVE., Key-
stone Heights. Furniture,
clothes, misc.
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE GENEVA LAKE
ESTATES. Saturday,
June 21, 8am-2pm.

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Lake. Butler
Yard Sales
RAIN OR SHINE THURS-
DAY-SATURDAY, June
19-21, 8am-? SR121
south across from riding
club. Rods and reels,


restaurant food warmer,
Vera Bradley purses, col-
lectable dolls, lots of hot
wheels cars, Princess
House pots and dish sets.
Have something for ev-
eryone.
54
Produce
ROGERS FARMS PEAS
AND BUTTER BEANS,
shelled or unshelled. Call
386-462-2406.
57.
For Sale
37 GALLON TANK TOP
STRIPLIGHT, filter, over-
flow box, salt water, $350.
55 gallon salt water tank
cover filter, light, reef
ready, $650. 90 gallon
salt water tank glass


7477 sq. ft.
brick building
zoned RP on
almost an'acre
in the city
limits of Starke.
Many Recent
Upgrades
$231,000 Contact: Larry Price
i Cell: (386) 208-4456
(800) 771-5110
larry@danielcrapps.com
IGreat Locatin -L' Clay C y Schol D ict


Great Location Clay County School District


Freshly painted new flooring thru-oul Open-Floor plan..newer appliances. 3
spacious bedrooms and 15 balhs, pnvacy fence, large deck for outside
entertaining. Shows like "New Home"..Seller's are very motivated and will help
with buyer's closing cost. 1500+ sq ft and kids can walk to school. MLSw-I
s159,000
C.B. Isaac Realty Office: (352) 475-2199
Bobbi Johnson CRS, Associate Cell: (352) 895-9373
PO Box 893 Melrose, FL 32666 Toll Free: 800-247-0998
Website: cbisaacrealty.com Email: bobbiers@yahoo.com



Parade of Values


Open Houses

Friday, June 20, 2008, from 12 2 p.m. at 8193 Carlbrook
Road, Hosted by Alisa McGee. Move in condition. This 3
bedroom home has over 1600 sq. ft. plus a detached 2-car garage.
The famiily room features a .fireplace and lake access to
SHitchinson L'ake is available -by itmembetilp and iju' sjiVckrBs
the street. With fresh paint and beautiful landscaping you need to
see this home today. $205,000

Friday, June 20, 2008, from 2 5 p.m. at 1335 Apperson Way,
Hosted by Deirdre Murphy. A rare find. This 5 bedroom home
has over 2800 sq. ft. under roof and is located within biking,
distance of the school. A living room and separate family room
provide indoor space and a large back, porch is great for
entertainment. The family room has a fireplace and your guest
will be greeted at the front door by the Koi in their own private
covered pond $215,000

Saturday, June 21, 2008,- from 10 a.m. 2 p.m. at 7652
Alameda Way, Hosted by Debbie Taylor. This new construction
home on an acre lot has been reduced from the pre-construction
price of $315,000 to the new price of:$274,900. The kitchen has
maple cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite counter
tops. This custom built home features 3 bedrooms, family room,
living room and formal dining room $274,900




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cover, canopy lights and
reef ready. $900 Call
904-263-2996
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove.
written guarantee, de-
livery available For ap-
pointnients, call 904-964-
8801
USED COMPUTERS. $99
V'ES[ERN AUTO IN
STARKE call 904-964-
6841
UTILITY TRAILER WITH
RAMPS good for mower
hauling, $395 30' util-
ity trailer with brakes.
wire sides, heavy duty,
easily converted to haul
aluminum cans, etc,
$999 Call 904-964-8602,
John.
USED CARRIER AC COM-
PRESSOR, 5 TON.
Name brand, $295. Call
904-964-8602, John
DJ/KARAOKE EQUIPMENT
FOR SALE Complete
set-up to start your'own
business. All necessary,
equipment Call 904-
782-9855.
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty Can
deliver Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror.
2 nightstands. chest avail-
able: dovetail construc-
tion New still in boxes
Retail $5.600. sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still.
Sin package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid


-friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice. $450 Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
50X1,00, $8,000 STEEL
FRAMES ONLY Factory
direct to site Can erect,
cheap freight, www.scg-
grp.com Source OCO,
904-746-4743
TABLE SAW, $75 ELEC-
TRIC MITER SAW. $50.
Drill press, $100. All in
working order. Carolyn
Pierce, 352-475-2172.
ROLAND EP9 DIGITAL PIA-
NO, $900, Antique music
cabinet, $100 Carolyn-
Pierce, 352-475-2172
LARGE CAPACITY WASH-
ERS OR DRYERS, $75
AND UP with warranty.
Call 904-964-8222.
GLASSTOP STOVE, $175
AND UP WITH WAR-
RANTY Call 904-964-
8222..

SIDE-BY-SIDE REFRIG-
ERATORS, $200 AND
UP with warranty. Call
904-964-8222.
MOVING PLANTS IN
LARGE POTS. 9 drawer
6'dresser ($25), entertain-
ment center 6'x4' ($25),
Call 904-964-5534.
50 PLUS RELIGIOUS
BOOKS FOR SALE -
Many from Rhema Bible
College. $2 each, call
352-468-2238.
2005 YERF-DOG 2 SEAT-
ER GO-CART. 150cc
engine, 15hrs on engine.
1,500 OBO. Call Gary at
904-635-9305.
1996 HD HERITAGE SOFT
TAIL, $11K. 2004 Honda
CR85 dirt bike, $1,200.
Call 904-782-1702, leave'
message.
WEIGHT BENCH AND
WEIGHTS Like new
with bars, weights, floor
mats, etc. $120, call 352-
473-4569.
SOLID OAK DINING TABLE
WITH 4 LEAFS and 6
chairs for $100. Also,
matching china cabinet


3/2 MH in Hampton on CR 325 $675/mo &
security.
1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
furnished in Melrose area $700/mo &
security.
1/1 Apartment furnished including all
utilities in Melrose area $700/mo & security.

3/2 Home in Keystone $825/mo & security.

3/2 Home in Earleton on 5 acres $900/mo
'&security.

Commercial office building in Keystone on
SR 21 $900/mo & security.
3/2-Home-ontak-a-wana $l,150/mo &
security.

*/12 w/inground pool $1,400/mo & security.

*4/3 on Santa Fe $1,500/mo & security.






Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the Keystone,
Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne Area ranging from
$550 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
offered by Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
352-473-7777
or call Trevor at 352-246-7776



Whispering OaksAparnIIM

Call 904-368-0007
Starting at $579.00 $199,/s i

Cool off this Summer in one of the

few pools located in Starke. WD

Hook ups, fitnesscenter,

V ieyball Court, Computer Room,

Clubhouse for Resident Activities.

,Walking distance to school.

Pets Welcome!


for $100. Call 352-473-
3868.
WASHING MACHINE ONE
YEAR OLD. Comes with
warranty, used for six
months. Call for price,
904-501-8080
4 TICKETS TO WINN DIXIE
250 AND/OR PEPSI 400
Events are Friday, July 4th
and Saturday, July 5th
Will sell in pairs. Seats
are in front of Sprint tower
up high at start/finish line.
$850 for all or $425/pair.
Call 904-610-2947
59
Personal
Services
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
SOMEONE that is hon-
est and dependable to
take care of you or your
loved one during the day
do light housework, fix
meals, or run errands?
If yes, please call 904-
964-5405 I prefer Slarke
area
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).


ROOMS

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


GOTASATELLIFE? NEED
REPAIR OR INSTALLA-
TION? Call Western Auto
of Starke today Dish or
DirecTV, 904-964-6841
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not' Will pick
up anywhere $100 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CAREGIVER FORMER
CNA- AVAILABLE 6/8/08.
8. 10, 12 or 24 hour shifts
ok References available.
Call 904-782-1552, leave
message.
CARTER'S LAWN SERVICE
MOWING, EDGING,
weedeating, blowing, etc.
Call 904-364-7732.
SENIOR ASSISTED LIV-
ING NEED A HELPING
HAND? I come to you.
Experienced, reliable.
Call now for info and con-
sultation, 352-478-6003
(cell).
PARALEGAL: 20+ YEARS
EXPERIENCE. Hourlyor
job rate. Call 352-262-
2632 or e-mail tdaskat@
netzero.com.

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Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
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Help Wanted
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years experience working
with elderly or disabled
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BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
all shifts Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
Rd, Starke. FL 32091,
904-964-6220. DFWP
EOE
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
NEEDED ASAP FRONT
DESK PERSON FOR
BUSY family practice of-
fice. Must have excellent
computer skills, people
skills, be a team player
and must know how to
verify insurances. Pay
negotiable. Possible lon-
ger hours due to patient
volume. Fax resume
with 3 references to 904-
964-1884.
EXPERIENCED OFFICE
HELP NEEDED.' Call
904-219-8760.


PATIENT CARE TECH-
NICIANS NEEDED for
our growing 'outpatient
dialysis clinic. F/T with
superb benefits and great
hours. No Sundays. Must
possess excellent patient
care skills and we will
train the rest. Tired of
nursing homes/hospitals?
Need a change? Apply in
person: Starke Dialysis
Center, 444 W. Madison
St, Starke, beside Winn
Dixie, 904-964-8822,
EOE.
RN LOOKING FOR A
CHANGE FROM HOS-
PITAL HOURS/SHIFTS?
Our growing outpatient
dialysis clinic needs you!
No experience necessary.
We will train. F/T with.
excellent benefits and
great hours. No Sundays.
Apply in person, Starke
'Dialysis Center, 444 W
Madison St., beside Winn
Dixie. Call 904-964-8822.
EOE.
BUS DRIVER FULL TIME.
BRADFORD COUNTY.
Bondable, able to obtain
yalid Florida Class D driv-
er's license, no traffic vio-
lations. Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc.
104-4 L.M. Gaines Blvd.,
Starke, FL 32091. 386-
362-4115 Voice/TDD.
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE, LLC, is seeking
heavy equipment opera-
tor. Must have valid class
A or B CDL. Full time
year round employment
with excellent pay and
benefits. Contact 352-
378-5801, ext 4.


S:Works
ali uia/Brildlf A Communilt Pitnerslilp

If you are looking for a job or looking
for a better job, then visit the
FloridaWorks office at 819 S. Walnut
St., Starke, or visit us online at
floridaworksonline.com. Employers
looking for employees, please call
Susan or Pam at 904-964-5278.
www.floridaworksonline.com


Come Join Our

Sonny's Team!
NOW HIRING FOR ALL
POSITIONS!
Competitive Salary- Based on
Experience
(Positive Attitude is Essential)
Contact Our Management Team
@ (904) 964-8840
Monday a Friday from 8-12pm .
"A Great Working Environnmien't"
DFWP- EOE
At Sonny's... We're Gonna

Make You feel Good!


NOW HIRING CNA'S IN
LOCAL AREA. Call Fam-
ily Life Care at 352-692-
2899.
FIREFIGHTER TRAINEE
PROGRAM Limited
openings. Must pass
physical. Ages 17-34
with HS diploma. Excel-
lent pay/benefits. Paid
training and relocation
expenses. Call 800-342-
8123, Mon.-Fri, 8:30am-
-4:30pm
ENJOY WORKING OUT-
DOORS? Like to earn a
good income? Consider
welding at Lake City Com-
munity College. Classes
begin August 18. Finan-
cial aid available No high
school diploma required
Call 386-754-4352
ENJOY DOING REPAIRS?
Like to earn a good in-
come and/or start your
own business? Con-
sider Heating/AC at-Lake
City Community College.
Classes begin August 18
Financial aid available.
No high school diploma
required. Call 386-754-
4352 for details.
HELPER NEEDED FOR
HOME REPAIR WORK.
Call 352-475-1596:
DIRECT SUPPORT WORK-
ERS Direct caregivers
needed to assist develop-
mentally disabled adults
With life skills in a group
home setting. FT and
PT available, all shifts.
$8-$8.50/hr. One year
related experience and/or


education required. Apply
at Arc of Alachua County,
Inc., 3303 NW 83rd St,
Gainesville. 8am-4pm,
M-F, EOE.
ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES is now ac-
cepting applications for
our Keystone Heights
location. Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Train to be
a Punch Operator, Brake
Operator, Grinder, Run a
Hardware Press, etc. 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.50/hr. DFWP,
good benefits, 352-473-
4984.
2nd SHIFT, WILL TRAIN,
WITH GREAT POTEN-
TIAL FOR ADVANCE-
MENT Hours are Monday
Friday, 3pm-11:30pm.
Starting salary will be
$8/hr. American Access
Technologies, a sheet_


metal fabrication com-
pany located .in Keystone..,.
Heights. DFWP, good
benefits, 352-473-4984.
NON-MEDICAL CAREGIV-
ERS NEEDED ASAP to'"'
help the elderlywith meal,.
preparatioh/trdrspoirta- .
tion. Vehicle/flexibility,
required. Home Instead
Senior Care. 'Call tbday,....
at 904-350-'1648.' .
DOCTOR'S CHQICEHOME.
HEALTH AGENCY :Sign,
on bonus, competitive.:.'
salaries with excellent.
benefit package Now hir- .,
ing for licerised LPN,: PT,
PTA, OT, ST. Positions for ,
Clay (including Keystone
Heights), Duval, Baker,
St. Johns and Nassau
counties. Contact Diane
Dowling, RN to schedule
an interview. Phone 904-
269-6868 or fax resume to
904-269-9898, or e-mail
to dianed@doctorschoice-
homehealth.net.


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REPLACE
Continued from p. 8A
with candidates for school
offices that there need to be
available alternatives for
students not on the college
track.
"Not every kid who goes to
high school is going to go to
college, and somewhere along
the line, we are not providing
them with the kind of vocational
training that they'll be able
to make a life for themselves
andt care for themselves and
their families," Freeman said,
remarking on the number of
single mothers in their late 20s
and beyond who have entered
the nursing program at her
Palatka facility.
Witnessing first hand the
impact of public-private
partnerships in increasing
educational opportunities is the
kind of perspective that she
wants to take to Tallahassee,
she said.
Addressing the state of
the economy, Freeman said
anything leaders can-do-to and
provide educational and job
opportunities, cut taxes, provide
opportunities for businesses to
grow and flourish is on her
agenda.
A fourth candidate,
Republican Christopher
France, a state prosecutor from
Putnam County whose platform
includes controlled growth, fair
distribution -of the property tax
Burden and strengthening the
educational system, was not
present to speak at the rally.


Quit smoking
to experience
immediate
benefits
Tobacco use is one of the
leading causes of preventable
death. Those that smoke
cigarettes- have all heard
about the benefits of quitting.
However few know just how
quickly the change occurs.
Twenty minutes after
quitting, one's blood pressure
decreases, pulse rate drops and
the temperature of hands and,
feet increase.
Eight hours after quitting, the
carbon monoxide level in the
body drops to normal and the
oxygen level in blood increases
to normal.
Twenty-four hours after
quitting, the chance of having
a heart attack decreases.
At 48 hours, nerve endings
regrow and one's ability to
smell and taste is enhanced.
In the next two weeks to
three months, one's circulation
improves, walking becomes
easier and lung function
increases.
In the first to ninth month,
coughing, sinus congestion,
fatigue and shortness of-breath
decrease.
After a year without smoking,
the excess risk of coronary heart
disease is decreased by half of
that of a smoker.
Within five years, the risk
S-of stroke is reduced to that of
those who never smoke.
In 10 years, the risk of lung
cancer drops to as little as half
- of that of continuing smokers,
and the risk of cancer of the
mouth, throat, esophagus,..
bladder, kidney and pancreas
decre~ise, as does the risk of
ulcers.
In 15 years, the risk of
coronary heart disease is that
of those who never smoke. The
risk of death returns to nearly
the level of people who have
never smoked.
For more information
on giving up smoking, call
Bradford County Health
Department at (904) 964-7732.
(Reference: The health
Benefits of Smoking Cessation,
Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention DHHS
Publication.)

Camp Cherry


Lake offers
4-H-style fun
Time's running out to get
your place reserved for 4-H
Camp Cherry Lake, taking
place July 7-11.
Youth ages 8-13 can spend
a fun and educational week in
a safe outdoor environment.
Youth will learn about the
environment while they make
new friends and develop great
skills like independence,


responsibility and teamwork.
The camp fee is only $165
for prospective 4-H'ers and
$100 for 4-H members. This
is a five-day week including
transportation, food, lodging
and fun.
Florida 4-H provides
nine screened trained camp
professionals on site with
certified lifeguards. Bradford
County 4-H provides a
contracted school bus to
transport youth as well as
certified teen camp counselors,
adult staff and screened trained
volunteers.
Camp is filling fast so call
(904) 966-6224 today to get
more information and sign up.

Diabetes
support group
offered
The Bradford County
Health Department offers a
free diabetes support group on
the fourth Tuesday of every
other month at the health
department. The support group
offers resources, classes and
information on diabetes self-
management.
If you are a diabetic and
would like to receive support
and resources, join the group
for its next meeting in July
from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the
health department.
For more information, call
(904) 964-7732, ext. 132. ...

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bin placed in

Hampton
There is now a newspaper
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Amanda S. Quarti and
Michael B. Traylor


Quarti and
Traylor are wed
Brenda and Archie Crutcher
of Jacksonville and Glen and
Brenda Smith of Hawkinsville,
Ga., announce the marriage of
their .daughter, Amanda S.
Quarti, to Michael B. Traylor,
the son of Nancy and Gary
Peacock of Jacksonville and
Dean, and Sally Traylor of
Lawtey.
The bride is a graduate of
Englewood High School and
the University of North
Florida, where she earned a
bachelor's degree in graphic
design. She is employed with
Interline Brands, Inc., and is a
member of Arlington Baptist
Church.
The groom is a graduate of
S Bradford High School and
Florida Community College of


BC Pop
Warner sign-
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The Bradford County Pop
Warner Association will be
registering football players and
cheerleaders this Saturday,
June 21, from 9 a.m. until
noon at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds.
Football is open to children
7-13 at a cost of $100 per
child. Cheerleading is open to
children 5-13 at a cost of $150
per child.
The deadline-to register for
cheerleading is Saturday, June.
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Jacksonville, where he earned
an associate of science degree.
He is also employed with
Interline Brands, Inc.
The ceremony took place on
Saturday, May 17, 2008, at the
Garden Club of Jacksonville.
The couple was joined in
marriage by Pastor Joe
Newton.
The bride wore an ivory
gown with a sweeth heart
neckline. The bodice and train
were embellished with
crystals, rhinestones and
pearls. She carried a bouquet
of pink and green cymbidium
orchids, pink and ivory roses
and green hydrangeas with
diamond embellishments.
The groom wore a black
tuxedo and an ivory shirt, vest
and tie.
The maid of honor was
Christie Stormes, who wore a
chocolate gown with floral
brown beading
embellishments.
The best man was Morgan
Traylor, who wore a black
tuxedo, an ivory shirt and a
chocolate brown vest and tie.
A reception followed in the
Club Room at the Garden Club
of Jacksonville, with a theme
of ivory and chocolate. The
wedding cake was a three-
tiered cake with one layer of
white cake with fresh
strawberries, one layer of
almond cake with almond
frosting and one layer of white
cake with chocolate frosting,
all covered with buttercream
icing.
Following a honeymoon
cruise through the Caribbean,
the couple will reside in
Jacksonville.


Trail Ridge
fest cleanup
set June 28
Lawtey has set a community
volunteer day to help prepare
for the annual Trail Ridge
Festival.
On Saturday, June 28, from
9 a.m. to noon, there will be a
cleanup day at the old train
depot in order to prepare it for
transition into the Trail Ridge
Museum in. time for the.
festival.
This will also be the last
opportunity. for community
,- members to participate in a
drawing for a handmade quilt.
Refreshments will be provided
to volunteers.


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Shands Starke's emergency room has expanded from five patient beds to 10 after
Sa $4 million expansion project. Pictured inside the new facility are (I-r) Dr. Molly
,Addison, Joanie Browning, RN, Rhonda Wilson, RN, and Beth Johnson, RN-BSN.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stacff Writer
The waiting is over in one
sense, which will lead to less
waitingg in another.
Shands Starke's renovation
,of its emergency room is
complete. As a consequence,
patients will see their wait
times decrease as the facility
-has expanded from five beds to
:10.
"We can see more patients
efficiently ." Dr. Moll\
Addison said.
In addition, Shands Starke
has implemented a fast track
.program six days a week. That
allows patients visiting the
emergency room with minor
conditions to experience less
of a wait time as well as an
area of the emergency room is
reserved for them.
The construction project
consisted of two phases, with
the first-an addition to the
existing emergency room-
being completed' in late
February. The second phase
;was a renovation of the
existing emergency room area.
The result'? An emergency
room that has increased from
3,100 square feet to 7,400
square feet, thanks to more
than-,$4 million put forth by
Shands HealthCare to fund the
"We're really 1..rtmun.r e t.'
.have Shands HealthCare invest
those kinds of resources in
Bradford County," said
Jeannie Baker, Shands Starke
administrator.
Addison said the old
emergency room seemed like
:working out of a closet in
comparison to the new facility.
"It's nice to have all this
space," she said. "It's bright
and roomy in here."
SPatients not only benefit
from being, seen in a more
timely manner, but they can
experience more privacy as
well. The old emergency room
consisted of beds that were
separated only by curtains. The


new facility has separate
rooms for patients.
Also, a divider was
constructed to separate the
admittance desk from the rest
of the lobby.
"That's the key for us-


privacy," Baker said.
A new nurses' station has
been constructed with
equipment that allows those
who man the station to monitor
See ER, p. 8B


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Lake Butler to
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theater
The Lake Region
Community Theatre will be
presenting "Familiar Faces," a
cabaret-style musical revue by
Jack Stella, this weekend, June
20-22, at the Butler Seafood
House and Grille in Lake
Butler.
This is a chance for the
public to enjoy a performance
in a dinner-theater setting as
cast members Jack Stella,
Matthew Eunice, Tami Curtis
and Karyn Merritt take the
audience on an emotional
roller-coaster ride into the lives
of everyday people. Whether
they're young or old, they each
have a story to be told. Come
and meet these people and
look into the mirror of their
souls.
The performance will be
held this weekend only. Show
times on Friday and Saturday
are 7 p.m., while Sunday's
performance is at 2 p.m.
The last dinner serving will
be one hour prior to each
show. Advance ticket
reservations are required.
Dinner consists of one of
three entr6e choices:
Sliced London broil topped
with mushroom gravy and
served with roasted garlic
mashed potatoes.
Candied-apple, bourbon
salmon topped with
caramelized granny smith
apples, pecans and bourbon
butter. This dish is served over
rice.
Slow-smoked pork Boston
butt served with garlic toast,
hush puppies, baked beans and
collard greens.
All three choices include
salad, dinner rolls, dessert and
drink. Tax and tip are included
in the ticket price.
Tickets for dinner and the
performance are $35 per
person. Tickets for the
performance with no dinner
are $15 per person.
Tickets can be purchased or
reserved by calling the Butler
Seafood House and Grille
(386) 496-3700 or the Lake
Region Community Theatre
box office at (352) 226-4082:
Major credit cards are accepted
at both locations.


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Thursday, June 19, 2008 Page 4




McClellan will be remembered

for all of the wrong reasons


Scott McClellan, the bright young
Texan, has staked out a place in
history that places his name alongside
two other turncoats, Judas Iscariot
and Benedict Arnold. Ostensibly, his
book "What Happened Inside the
Bush White House and Washington's
Culture of Deception" was written for
financial gain, but thinking along that
line would be in error; the motive, like
those of his historical predecessors,
was revenge for failure to recognize
his fancied outstanding ability, and
unwavering loyalty.
Apparently, he saw himself as an
unappreciated genius parroting a
company line with whigch-he-did not
agree:In writing a book that refutes
his actions as White House press
secretary, he sets himself up as being
hypocritical at best, and a' traitor to his
benefactor at worst.
McClellan is the scion of a
prominent Texas family. His father,
Barr McClellan, graduated from the
University of Texas Law School with
honors and became a partner in a
well-known Texas law firm. In 1977,
he established a private practice but
later surrendered his license in lieu
of disciplinary action in reference
to litigation with an Austin bank.
Researchers are referred to the State
Bar of Texas, Chief of Disciplinary
Counsel for information on his
disbarment.
Barr McClellan is the father of
three other sons: Mark McClellan,
former Food and Drug administrator
and former director of medicine in
the Bush administration, and Dudley
McClellan and Bradley McClellan,
who are both practicing attorneys in
Austin.
Barr McClellan now lives in
Gulfport, Miss., with his second wife,
Cecile. He is the author of a book,
"Blood, Money and Power," in which
he alleges that President Lyndon B.
Johnson was a conspirator in the
assassination of President John..F.
. Kennedy.
McClellan's mother, Carole Keeton
McClellan, is the daughter of W.
Page Keeton and Judge Madge Anna
Stewart Keeton. Her father was the
longtime dean of the Texas. Law
School and renowned expert on tort
law.
Carole Keeton McClellan Strayhorn
was the thrice married Texas state
comptroller and former candidate-for
Texas governor.--
McClellan came to the attention of
Texas Gov. George W. Bush while
he worked in his mother's campaign
for the comptroller's office, and in
1999 began working in the Bush
campaign as deputy communications
director. He then worked briefly


for a Texas senator before going to
Washington, D.C., to work in the
Bush administration. In May 2003,
McClellan became the White House
press secretary, a position he would
hold until he resigned from the
position April 19, 2006.
McClellan became more than
a political appointee: He 'became a
family friend during the seven years of
his association with the president. No
reason was given for his resignation
from the White house position, but
he later remarked that he had been
"forced out."
During his tenure he gave every
indication of being a loyal and
supportive Bush administrative
employee, and his book caught
everyone, including Bush, by surprise.
What could possibly motivate a
friend and employee to write a book
castigating his former employer?
Doesn't he understand that every
employee serves at the pleasure of
his superior? Collective bargaining
provides some job security, but
political jobs, such as McClellan's
position, are vulnerable to change
for the sake of change and has no
permanency. By its very nature, the
press secretary is one of short tenure,
and McClellan held the position
longer than average tenures.
The two despotic traitors of history
didn't turn on their benefactors because
of money, nor has. McClellan. Judas
Iscariot received 30 pieces of silver
for his betrayal, but his real complaint
was envy of Disciples Peter and John
and the resultant anger of not being
recognized for his self-proclaimed
abilities. Benedict Arnold, admittedly
'was an outstanding American Army
officer in the American Revolution,
but in his own mind he wasn't
properly recognized for his genius-
like ability and sought recognition by
deserting to the British and accepting
a commission in the Redcoat Army.
He died a man without a country.
McClellan has now received his 15
minutes on the world's stage and will
receive a trifling sum from the sale
of his book, but the price he will pay
for "getting even" will far exceed the
monetary gains from this episode in
his life.
Bush was extremely kind and
gracious in his remarks concerning
the publication of the book in saying,
"Scott, we now know, is disgruntled
about his .experience at the White
House. We are puzzled. It is sad. This-
is not the Scott we knew."
Bush is right. It is sad to see a young
person with so much promise destroy
himself in a fit of anger. Once again
we see the Peter Principal at work.
By Buster Rahn,


Thanks to
Whytsell
Dear Editor:
1 would like to take this
opportunity to thank Bradford
I-ligh School Principal Randy
Whytsell for his lime, effort
and dedication to the children
of Bradford County.
My child has been a part of
the band since the seventh
grade, and in that five years
there have been many band
functions that I have attended.
In that time I have never
seen a principal or other
member of the school
administration attend a concert
when they did not have a child
in the band.
This year, however, Mr.
Whytsell made time to attend
the end-of-the-year concert,
which impressed me greatly.
Mr. Whytsell was applauding
every song the children
performed.
Again, thank you Mr.
Whytsell. You have touched a
lot of hearts of children and
parents with your support. You
show that you are not there for
just the money.
God bless yvou,
Sincerely
Lisa Dugger

Merchant
goes above
and beyond
Dear Editor:
I would like the people of
Starke to know what
considerate merchants they
have.
I arrived in the Keystone
area for a visit and discovered
at 7:30 p.m. that I didn't have
a bottle for my oxygen
concentrator. I called the 24-
hour line at Home Respiratory
Care on Temple Avenue in
Starke. I got the manager. He
was at church and said he
would meet me at the store. He
gave me what I needed and
would not accept any money
for it.
Thank you for having this
type of merchant in your town.
Martha Cox
Orlando

Support
Bikefest
Letter to the Editor:
The third annual Starke
Bikefest is now history. While
I have heard some complaints
about the gate fee, I have also
heard positive comments about
the number of bike-related
vendors, the number and
quality of bands, and even
some who said the crowd was
as large or larger than in the
past-but 1 leave that
judgment to the ones who were
there, I had a business to run
and could not attend, which
brings me to the point of this
letter.
I am part owner of a
business in. Bradford County
that benefits from an event like
the Bikefest. To make the
festival happen, it takes
Advertising, rental of the
fairgrounds, electrical and
water hook-ups, contracts with
bands and more-all of which
costs money. To obtain some
of this money beforehand, the
chamber of commerce solicits
contributions from local
businesses.


Imagine my dismay when I
reviewed the list of businesses
that sponsored the event and
saw that most were the ones
who would benefit the least. At
least a couple that pledged
failed to follow up. Most every
business in Starke and the
immediate surrounding area
benefits directly or indirectly
from the festival, especially
those engaged in the rental of
rooms, and sales of alcohol,
food and gas. Based on my
own experience I have a high
level of confidence that many
restaurants, bars, fast food
establishments and gas stations
had sales beyond their normal
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
receipts, some far in excess. If
there is a Bikefest next year, it
will be the 40th anniversary of
"Easy Rider" (the'movie) and I
would like to think the
chamber has something special
planned.
Between now and then, all
business owners need to think
about supporting this event
financially and also think
about what we, as individual
businesses, can do to make the
visitors enjoy their stay and
want to visit Starke at times
other than just the festival,
even if it is nothing more than
great customer service, good
food and fun.
Perhaps if businesses
contribute enough, the gate fee
will go away. It does not exist
at other festivals and would
probably lead to greater
participation and therefore
more money spent locally.
Remember, it takes money
to make money and a good
impression as a business to a
customer during the festival is
a year's worth of cheap
advertising for your business
and the community.
Jack Schenck
Knuckle Draggers
Starke

Against same-
sex marriage
Dear Editor:
As the people on the pro side
of the issue of same-sex
marriage have their say, I have
the same right to be against it.
This is called freedom of
speech.
This world is like God made
it, but humans have made a
mess out of it.
Aren't you glad that it .was
Adam and Eve in the Garden
of Eden instead of Adam and
Steve? This would be' a
lonesome place. I haven't seen,
heard, or read where two men
or two women gave birth.
In the Bible in Genesis, the
second chapter, 28"' verse, it
says be fruitful and multiply.
How in the world can two of
the same sex do that?
In Leviticus, eighth chapter,
22"d verse, it says a man shall
not lie with a man as a woman.
It is an abomination. God did
not intend for people to have
lifestyles this way. He doesn't
make mistakes and this would
have been one.
I believe the lust for
adventurous sex is what this is
all about. These kind of people
know it's wrong. If not, why
did they hide in a closet so
long? Then when some states
started making it legal for
same-sex marriage, they came
from hiding and began being
boastful. I don't' care what
anybody says about this, I'll


stand on God's word. God says'
it's an abomination.
God took a rib from Adam
and created Eve for his
helpmate. This is proof that
same-sex marriage is wrong.
This is my opinion, and there
are a lot more who feel the
same way.' We Christians
should stand up and be
counted. We sat idly and let an
atheist have our cross removed
from the Starke water tank.
Let's not do that on the issue
of same-sex marriage. God
bless America.
Sincerely,
Mitchell Brown
Lawtey


Farmer's
market open
through June
Dear Editor:
.The vendors at the Bradford
Farmers Market are about to
take a summer break and they
want to thank the folks who
shopped with them on
Saturday since January.
The market will break for
the summer with a vendor "tag
.sale" (a big yard sale) on the
last Saturday in June. The
market will reopen with fresh,
locally-grown produce on
Saturday, Oct. 4, and continue
every Saturday through June
2009.
Items like dried herbs and
honey can be stored
successfully all summer long.
Baked goods can be frozen and
used all summer long. Also,
large quantities of produce can
be purchased for freezing and
canning.
We especially appreciate the
support the Telegraph and
others gave to help us
publicize the market. We
appreciate the local
organizations that came and
gave out free trees, free herbs,
information, music and other
things like pedometers and
snacks.
A thank you also goes to the
county commissioners who let
us set up on the grassy grounds
of the Bradford County Health
Department. A big thank you
goes to the Bradford County
Health Department employees
who volunteered to be with us
each Saturday.
And special thanks for the
support we got from the
cooperative extension agents,
*who helped to locate vendors.
New\'vendors of Iocallyv ro\\ n
produce or loca:1y baked goods
are welcome to come vend
with us through the rest of
June or starting in October.
Just be there to set up between
7 -7:30 a.m.
Thank you again, for
supporting us. We have been
blessed by you and we look
forward to seeing you every
Saturday morning through
June and then again starting in
October. Have a safe and cool
summer-may it rain, may it
rain, may it rain!
Sincerely,
Ruben and Amanda Josey of
Josey's Honey, Ken and
Donna Wilson ofD&K
SAquaponics, V.L. and Gennell.
Starling, Darrell, Crystal and
Anita Wilkinson of Wilkinson
Family Farms, Marilyn Dye of
Lakeliouse Bakehouse, nursery
and market manager, Sam
Williams ofCognito Farm,
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OBITUARIES


Herbert Green Sr.


Herbert Green
STARKE Herbert Adamr
Green Sr., 83. of Starke died
Tuesday, une 10, 2008.
Mr. Green was born on Jan. 8,
1925, to Adam Tison Green and
Rosa Dri-gers. He was a lifelong
resident of Starke. He retired from
E.I DuPont after 33 years of
service and also worked for
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Starke.
He was a Mason and a veteran
of the U.S. Marine Corps. He was
also a member of the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke.
Mr. Green is survived by: his
wife of 57 years. Hazel Green; a
brother, James A. Green; his
-children, Herbert Green Jr. of
Starke. Charlie Green of Ocala.
and Anita Wilcox of Fernandina
Beach: six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Mr. Green was preceded in
death bv: a brother, Robert Green;
and sisters, Grace Page and
Dorothy Reese.
Graveside services were held on
June 14 at Crosby Lake Cemetery
with Brother Don Thompson
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke.


Harry Griffith


Harry Griffith
MELROSE Harry George
William Griffith of Melrose died
Sunday, June 15, 2008, at his
home following an extended
illness ,
Mr. Griffith was a veteran of
World War II who served in the
SU.S. Marine Corps. He was in the
reserves during his high school
years and was called to active duty
after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor.
He was in the first wave of
Marines who landed at
Guadalcanal.
Following the war, he owned
and operated a television store in
Kinston, N.C. He moved to
Florida in the 1960s, living in
'Miami, Eau Gallie, and Orlando,
where he operated a home
construction business. He moved
to Gainesville in 1988 and then to
Melrose in 2000.
Mr. Griffith is survived by: his
wife, Betty Griffith; sons, Harry
Griffith of Albuquerque, N.M.,
and Jay Griffith of Denver, Colo.;
stepchildren, Mary McElroy of
Micanopy, Charles Fischer of
High Springs, Lester Fischer of
Gainesville, and Patrick Fischer of
O'Fallon, Ill.; numerous
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Mr. Griffith was preceded in
death by sisters, Lynn Griffith,
Dorothy Casey and Patty Hurley.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, June 19, from 6-8
p.m. at Moring Funeral Home in
Melrose. A celebration of his life
will be held at Holy Trinity
Episcopal Church at 1 p.m. on
Friday, June 20. Interment will


follow in I orcst Meadows
Cemetery i Iasi ionr I lwthorne
Road in ( iines\ illc under the care
of Moring IFuneral I Iome in
Melrose.

Charles Johns
STARKI- Charles Calvin
Johns, 80, of Starke died Sunday,
June 15, 2008. at E.T. York
Hospice Care ('enter in
Gainesville following an extended
illness.
Mr. Johns w as born in Starke
on Nov. 14, 1927, as the son of
Charles B. and Zeila Donnelly
Johns. He spent his younger years
in the Kingsley Lake area and
attended elementary school in
Penney Farms.
Mr. Johns moved to Bradford
County in 1942 and graduated
from Bradford High School in
1946. He served in the U.S. Navy
and trained as a dental technician
with the Hospital Corps. He was
discharged in 1949 and entered the
University of Florida, where he
earned a bachelor's degree in
business administration in 1953.
He worked with McKinney
Green Insurance Agency in
Gainesville until 1956. when he
began working for North
American Aviation at Cape
Kennedy.
From 1957 through 1986 he
was employed by E.I DuPont as a
supervisor in accounting. He was
a member of the First United
Methodist Church of Starke and
was a 15-year volunteer with the
Food Pantry. He also served the
city of Starke as a bond trustee for
a number of years.
Mr. Johns is survived by: his
wife of 50 years, Ruth S. Johns of
Starke; his daughter, Kristy Johns
Swift of Cincinnati, Ohio; a sister,
Katherine Boree of Middleburg;
and two grandchildren.
Mr. Johns was preceded in
death by: his parents, Charles and
Zeila Johns; and his brother and
sister-in-law, Elmer and Edna
Johns.
Memorial services for Mr.
Johns will be held Saturday, June
21, at 3 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church in Starke. The
family will receive friends in the
fellowship hall at the church
following the service.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the First United Methodist Church
Memorial Fund. P.O. Box 157,
Starke, FL 32091, or to Haven
Hospice, 4200 NW 90"' Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.

Merry Sheppard
GAINESVILI.E Merry Agnes
Winkler Sheppard, 79, of
Gainesville died Thursday, June
12, 2008, at North Florida Rehab
and Specialty Care Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke on Dec. 25,
1928, Mrs. Sheppard lived here
until she moved to Gainesville
more than 40 years ago.
She was a retired dietician and
was of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Sheppard is survived by: a
daughter, Kim Phillips of
Gainesville; a sister, Martha Ann
Smith of Jacksonville; brothers,
Warren Winkler, Arthur.Winkler,
and George Winkler, all of Starke;
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Sheppard were held June 17 at the
graveside in Crosby Lake
Cemetery with the Rev. Mike
Moore conducting the services.
Interment followed under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.


Diane Snow
GRAHAM Virginia )iaine
Starling Sno\\, 61, of Graham died
Wednesday, June I I 2008, ati E.T.
York Hospice Care ('enter
following an cxtendTed illness.
Born in (Grahal; on .luly 4,
1947, Mrs. Snow \vas a lifelong
resident of Bradford County. She
retired as a cosmetology teacher
with the: Bradford (County School
System: She was a riember of the
First United Methodist Church of
Starke.
Mrs. Snow is sull:ived by: her
husband of 40 year!;, Kenneth W.
Snow of Graham; sons, Kevin
Snow of Raiford, and Chris Snow
of St. Augustine; her mother,
Merle Starling Whittle of Graham;
brothers, Edward Starling and
Michael Starling, both of Graham;
and three grandchild ren.
Funeral services 1for Mrs. Snow
were held June (I at the First
United Methodist Church in
Starke with the Rev Mike Moore
conducting the services. Interment
followed in Antioclh Cemetery in
LaCrosse under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.

Charlene Wright
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Charlene Bailey Wright, 79, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
June 17, 2008, in Orange Park.
Born in Naylor, Ga., on March
13, 1929, Mrs. Wright-moved to
Keystone Heights six years ago
from Jacksonville.
She was a retired cosmetologist
and was a membi:r of the First
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights.
Mrs. Wright is survived by: a
son, Robert Caull. of Keystone
Heights; a brother, Charles Bailey
of Valdosta, Ga.; a sister, Gloria
Baitmen of Oc:ila; and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Wright will be he d Friday. June
20, at I I a.m. at t lihe graveside in
the Keystone Hei.ghts Cemetery
with Pastor Jim Prose conducting
the services. Intern-lent will follow'
under the care of lones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


Hazel Britt
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Hazel Cindy Sparkman Bradley
Britt, 76, of Keystone Heights,
died Saturday, June 14, 2008, at
Roberts Care Center in Palatka,
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Britt u 'as born in
Lochloosa on March 21, 1932, the
daughter of Osc;:ir and Mazie
Green Sparkman. She moved to
Keystone Heights in 1982 from
Orange Springs.


Prior to her reliremenl she \\as
employed as a cashier at I'&,
Quick Stop. She was a member of
Iake Hill Baptist Church.
Mrs. Britt is survived by: a
daughter, Audrey ('ampiire of
Keystone Heights; a daughler-ln-
law, Barbara Bradley of Keystone
Heights; and grandchildren, Josh
Bradley of Atlanta, Ga., Jeremy
Bradley, and Dakota Campmire,
both of Keystone Heights.
Mrs. Britt was preceded in
death by her son, Ralph Bradley.
Graveside services were held
on June 17 at Dyal Cemetery in
Starke with Pastor Mike Merritt
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Theodore Fry Sr.
Theodore Richard Fry Sr. died
Sunday, June 15, 2008, in Orange
Park.
Mr. Fry was a World War II
veteran and a member of
AMVETS Post #86 in Keystone
Heights.
Mr. Fry is survived by: his
wife, Dorothy Fry; a son,
Theodore Richard Fry .Jr., of
Blackshear, Ga.; stepchildren,
Gayle Smith of Charlestown, Md.,
Paulette Urban, Donald Yurcovic,
and Wayne Yurcovic, all of
Northeast, Md., two grandsons, I I
step-grandchildren, and nine.step-
great-grandchildren.
Cremation arrangements are
under the care of Jacksonville
Memory Gardens Funeral Home
in Orange Park.


Rose Mote
STARKE Rose M. "Peggy"
Starling Mote, 55, died Monday,
June 9, 2008.
Born in Palatka on April 18,
1953, to Rose Mary Cheshire and
the late Robert James Starling.
Ms. Mote moved to Starke as a
child and has been a resident of
the city since that time. She was of
the Baptist faith.
Ms. Mote is survived by: her
mother, Rose Mary, Cheshire
Starling; children, James Brian
Mote and Peggy Lynn Jones;
brothers, Robert James Starling,
Mike Starling and Craig Starling;
a sister, Sandra Barton; and four
grandchildren.
Ms. Mote was preceded in
death by her husband, Ernest
William Mote III.
A memorial service was held
June 14 in the chapel at Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke
with Brother Sonnie Crosby
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.


Julius Batten Sr.
KEY STONE HEIGHTS- Julius
13. "Ben Batten Sr., 75, of
Keystone Heights died Friday,
.une 6, 2008 in the V.A. Medical
Center in Lake City following an
extended illness.
A memorial service will be
conducted at the Abundant Life
Church on S.R. 21 in Keystone
Heights at 11 a.m. on Saturday,
June 21, with a reception
following at the Batten home.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home of Lake City.


Stanley Davy
HAWTHORNE Stanley
Jeremiah "Steamer" Davy, 75, of
Hawthorne died Friday, June 13,
2008, at Shands UF Hospital
following an extended illness.
Born in Kingston, Jamaica, on
June 29, k932, Mr. Davy moved to
Hawthorne 24 years ago. He was a
retired construction' worker and
gardener. Mr. Davy was of the

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daughters, Tracy Davy and Cathy
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stepdaughters, Annette Williams,
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James Davy; 28 grandchildren ana"
18 great-grandchildren,
A memorial service for Mr;
Davy will be held at a later date. ~


Richard Noakes
STARKE Richard O. Noakes,
74, of Starke died Saturday, June
6, 2008.
A native of Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Noakes moved to Florida in 1969
and worked for Reynolds Metals
until 1980.
Mr. Noakes is survived by:
daughters, Billie Noakes of
Pinellas Park, and Tracie Rowland
of Starke; a brother, Wayne
Noakes of Covington, La.; and
sisters, Marlene Silver ard
Michelle Aggen, both of 'iiii'ois.s
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Joan Noakes.
Arrangements are under the
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OBITUARIES

Riverside Memorial Park in
Jacksonville.
Flowers will be graciously)
accepted, however you may make
memorial contribution to the
Children's Ministry at Normandy
Park Baptist Church.
HardagCe-Giddens Town and
CCountry Funeral Home. 7242
SNormandy Blvd. Jacksonville is
serving the King family.
PAID OBITUARY


Rodney Wesley King Jr.

Rodney King
STARKE --Rodney Wesley
King Jr., 21, of Starke passed
away suddenly on Wednesday,
June 11,2008.
Born in Gainesville on Aug. 6,
1986, he graduated from Union
County High School in 2005, and
was employed with Landscape
Doctors of Interlachen.
Survivors are: his son, Wyett
King of Starke; his mother and
stepfather. Suzie King and Wayne
Moore of Starke: his father and
stepmother. Rodney King Sr. and
Karen of Starke: brothers, David
"D.J." Zwicker of Keystone
Heights, Ricky King, Clint Moore,
and Kelly Moore, all of Starke;
"maternal grandparents, Sylvia and
Lee Padgett of Interlachen;
paternal grandmother, Ida Elaine
King of Starke; aunt, Laura
Alligood of Keystone Heights.
uncle, Charles Pryde of
Interlachen; and many extended
family members and friends.
The family received friends at
the funeral home on Friday, June
13, from 6-8 p.m.
Funeral services for Mr. King
were held Saturday, June 14,
2008, at 10 a.m. in the First
Baptist Church of Starke.
Interment followed in Sapp
Cemetery, Raiford. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY


Card of Thanks

Karen and Rodney King Sr.
would like to thank all friends
and family for their kindness
and hospitality in the sudden,
untimely passing of their son,
Rodney Jr.


Card of Thanks

The fmily of James T
Lawson would like to express
gratitude for all the calls,
cards, food, visits, flowers,
prayers, and many other
expressions of love and
sympathy extended to us
during our time of loss.
He was an honest, God-
fearing, humble man who
always appreciated everything
that was done for him and his
family.
He will always be lovingly
remembered and greatly
missed:
Jim Lawson's Family


Obituaries

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and are published free of
charge by the Bradford
County Telegraph.
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by funeral homes and may
be.edited for style, space
and policy.
Please contact the
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CRASH
Continued from page 1B

heard from those affected by
the crash, including Mary
Murphy, the mother of twoo
children critically injured on
thile bus.
"My son, Richard, who is
now 18, was pronounced dead
twice that day-once at the
scene and again at Shands
Hospital," Murphy said. "My
daughter, Diana, is a 15-year-
old girl who will never be able
to wear a bathing suit, skirt or
a dress...the injury to her leg
was so massive that they won't
ever be able to db
reconstructive surgery."
Wilkerson, who held his
head down and was in tears as
he listened to the statements,
also spoke and apologize three
times to the families.
"I listened to your comments
and I truly am sorry for what
happened," Wilkerson said.
Wilkerson said he suffers
daily, and that the only way he
makes it through is by asking
God daily to forgive him.
"I am not a heartless
person," he said. "Please don't
look at me as a heartless
person."
Giunta, in his statement to
the court before sentencing,
apologized for losing his
composure..
"There is no one here today
that wants to be here," Giunta
said. "I lack the capacity to
inflict pain upon Mr.
Wilkerson that would be able
to take away the pain and
loneliness felt by these
families."
As part of the plea deal, the
manslaughter charges were
dropped. Also, if called upon
to testify in any suits relating
to the case, Wilkerson had to
agree to do so.
Before closing, the judge
asked if anyone else wanted to
speak. Amanda Scott, the
mother of sisters Miranda Finn
and Ashley Keen, stood up
and, in a barely audible voice,
said she wanted to address
something that had been
bothering her.
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Vicki King
JACKSONVILLE Vicki Lee
r King, 50, loving wife, mother,
grandmother, sister and friend
passed away June 14, 2008. She
was born in Jacksonville on July,
iS 13, 1957. She graduated from
S Fletcher High School in 1975.
Vicki was very active at
Normandy Park Baptist Church.
She taught the two-year-old Bible
fellowship class and assisted in
, Kids Junction (Children's Church).
1\ She was a key member of the
F, vacation Bible school program
and was a member of the cooking
team that provided supper for
Wednesday night church
programs. She had a passion for
helping others ahd loved all
children.
Vicki was preceded in death by
her parents, Hubert and Jean
*i Moats.
Vicki was a devoted wife of
l more than 27 Years to Lieutenant
Colonel (Ret.) David K. King,
Bradford County JROTC
instructor, who cherished the
ground she walked on. She is also
survived by: her sons, Timothy
Adam King (Amanda), with their
son Brodie, and Christopher Alan
King (Lisa), and their son, Austin.
" Vicki loved being with her
J, family, and enjoyed every minute
:" spent with the grandchildren. She
.G is also survived by her sisters,
M' ichele Paglia, Brenda
., Townsend, Belinda Abrams and
Stephanie NM...'re. Vicki is also
sur~ ied bt her. mother-in-law,
Nina King. tour brothers-in-law,
one sisier-in-law and many loving
*. nieces,. nephe%%s, aunts, uncles,
S and cousins.
S She will forever be
remembered, loved and missed by
all those whose lives she touched.
Visitation with the family will
be from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday,
June 18, at Hardage-Giddens
Town and Country Funeral Home.
,F Funeral services will be 11 a.m.
S Thursday, June 19. at Normandy
S Park Baptist Church with Brother
Troy Dixon ioiii. i i:' Procession
1 and intermr.ii .1.1 follow in
Ie


Alvin Wilkerson
appears in
court, where he
received a
prison
sentence of
seven years for
the 2005 crash
in Union
County that
killed seven
children. Photo
by Aaron Daye
of the
Gainesville
Sun..


about Nikki only being 15
years old ind driving the car,"
Scott said. "I want everyone to
realize that bus No. 13 was our
kids' bus. Had they not been in
the car stopped behind the bus,
they would have been on it."
Most of the families there
had hoped for a lengthier
sentence, but some were just
glad for it to finally be over
with. Becliuse of the plea,
there will be no trial where the
surviving .children, witnesses
and families are called to the
stand to relive what took place
on Jan. 25, 2006.
Prosecutors said this case is
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CRIME


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:
Angela Clarisse' Heathco,
39, of Lawtey was arrested June
7 by Clay Deputy R.E. Russell
for aggravated assault and
discharging a firearm in public.
Heathco was charged with
firing a rifle at the victim's
residence and trying to run over
him with her vehicle, Deputy
Russell said.
Eddie Lee Rice, 59, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 1-4 by
Deputy Donnie Jones for
aggravated battery. Rice was
charged with choking the
victim and slamming his head
into a wall during an
altercation.
Tomus Lopez Vaquez was
arrested June 12 by Union
Deputy Ken Smith for
aggravated assault. Vaquez was
charged with throwing a beer
bottle at a tow truck in
Worthington Springs. He
attempted to flee from deputies
but complied after a Taser was
used. He smelled strongly of an
-alcoholic beverage, Deputy
Smith said.
Lorraine Victoria Dwyer,
33, of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 15 by Clay
Deputy C.D. Troutt for
domestic battery. Dwyer was
charged with striking the
victim during an argument. The
victim's injuries were treated at
the scene, Deputy Troutt said.
Robert James, 49, of
Melrose was arrested June 14
by Clay Deputy J.C. Saunders
for simple battery. James was
charged with striking the
victim during an altercation.
The entire residence had been
ransacked with dishes, glass
tables and other items that were
thrown and broken. A
refrigerator had been overturned
and one of the doors was
-- missing. Deputy Saunders said.
The \ictim stated she and'
James had been doing drugs and
drinking alcohol. They both
had bite and scrape marks on
their bodies, Deputy Saunders
said.
Alvin Wayne Black, 58, of
Melrose was arrested June 10
by Clay Deputy C.P. Redmond
for simple battery domestic.
Black was charged with striking
the victim with a walking stick
during an argument.
Lyshon Lytreese Madison,
27, of Starke was arrested June
15 by Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for burglary to a
conveyance and battery.


Madison was charged with
striking the victim through the
open window of a car during an
argument. She also hit the
victim and pulled her hair,
Deputy Bivins said. The victim
stated her jewelry was damaged
as it was ripped from her neck
during the incident, Deputy
Bivins said.
David P. Bennefield, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
11 by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for possession of
marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bennefield
was a passenger in a vehicle
stopped for an inoperative tag
light. During a search of the
vehicle the officer found a
plastic bag containing
marijuana on the back seat
where Bennefield was sitting. A
package of cigarette papers was
found in Bennefield's pants'
pocket, Patrolman King said.
He was released from custody
after a $2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Walter Derek Watts, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested.
June 12 by Clay Deputy K.W.
Redgate for contributing to the,
delinquency of a minor. Watts
was charged with providing
alcoholic beverages to a 16-
year-old and given a notice to
appear, Deputy Redgate said.
Johnathan Brian Dove, 18,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested June 11 by Starke
Patrolman David Schlofman for
retail theft. Dove was seen
concealing items under his
jacket. After ripping the tags
off the merchandise, Dove left
the store without* paying,
Patrolman Schlofman said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Jason Scott Lewis, 33, of
Starke was arrested June 14 by
Clay Deputy K.H. Gause for
disorderly intoxication. Lewis
was charged with being
intoxicated and disruptive at
1:41 a.m. in the parking lot of
The Roadhouse Spirits in
Orange Park.
Willie Dave Houston, 48, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
15, by Union Deputy Leslie
Crews for disorderly
intoxication, .r'....esic.p of
narcotic equipment and
tampering with evidence.
Houston was questioned just
after midnight as he was
walking on Southwest Sixth
Street drinking a beer. During a
search, the deputy found a
metal pipe in Houston's
possession. A white rock was
seen in his mouth, but
Houston swallowed it before it
could be removed, Deputy
Crews said.
David M. Brauchle,, 20, of
Starke was arrested June 14 by
Bradford Deputy Keith E.
McInnis for possession of
alcoholic beverage by person
under 21. Responding to a call


of a suspicious person on
Southeast 25th Lane, the
deputy saw Brauchle drop a beer
bottle as he ran into the woods.
Brauchle was apprehended. The
bottle turned out to be a quart
bottle of malt liquor with a
small amount remaining,
Deputy Mclnnis said. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for
Brauchle's release from
custody.
William Lewis Henderson,
59, of Lawtey was arrested June
12 by Lawtey Lt. M.E. Jenkins
for trespassing after warning.
Henderson was in the parking
lot of the Fast Track food store
where he was asking for money
and beer. He was issued a
trespass warning on Feb. 21,
2007 at the request of the store,
Lt. Jenkins said. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Shelton Douglas Stephens,
51, of Dunnellon was arrested
May 13 by Hampton'patrolmen
on a writ of attachment failure
to pay child support. Stephens'
vehicle was traffic stopped on
u.S. 301 for speeding. He
purged by paying $800 in cash.
Jay Leroy Burns, 31, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Bradford Sgt. R.W. White on a
writ of bodily attachment. He
may purge by paying $4,170.
Burns was also charged on Clay
warrants for indirect contempt
of court traffic offense and writ
of attachment. He may purge
by paying $1,500.
William Sanders, 25, of
Starke was arrested June 11 by
Clay deputies on a writ for
failure to pay child support. He
may purge by paying $3,000.
Barbara Frazier, 41, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Bradford Deputy R.V. Melton
for violation of probation
contributing to delinquency of
minor with no bond.
Robert Jackson Jr., 24, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Bradford Deputy George L.
Konkel for violation of
probation domestic battery. He
was ordered to serve 40 days.
Timothy L. Flowers, 27, of
Melrose was arrested June 13
by:-:Bradford Deputy Sheni
Mann on a warrant from Clay
County for delivery of crack
cocaine. Bond was set at
$75,003.
Tajah Aaron Jackson, 18, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
11I by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on a warrant for sale
of cocaine within 1,000 feet of
worship or school and
possession of controlled
substance. Bond was set at
$25,000.
Ricky Richard Jordan, 43, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Sgt. White on capias for failure
to appear petit theft and
trespass of occupied structure.


Total bond was set at $9,000.
Michael J. Rollins, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 14 by Starke Patrolman
Shawn Brown on a Clay
warrant for failure to appear. A
$252 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Thoulon Leon Tugerson,
45, of Lake Butler was arrested
June 13 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Brannon Fillmore Moody,
18, of Lake Butler was arrested
June 15 by Union Deputy
Donnie Jones on a capias for
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense. Bond was
set at $2,500.
Robert Brad Kerce, 23, of
Hampton was arrested June 16
by Capt. Tomlinson on a
capias for four counts violation
of felony probation.

Traffic
John Saul Barnes, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 15 by Clay Deputy M.J.
Maertz for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
habitual. Barnes' Dodge pickup
truck was stopped on Blanding
Boulevard just after midnight
for faulty equipment. A
computer check revealed
Barnes' license was suspended,
Deputy Maertz said.


Daniel Ressie Griffis, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
11 by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper H.J. Cichoski for
DWLS. Griffis' vehicle was
stopped at 10:32 p.m. for
travelling without headlights
on U.S. 301. His license is
canceled and suspended, Trooper
Cichoski said. Griffis was
released from custody after a
$500 surety bond was posted.
SJohn M. Ose, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 15 by Hampton
Patrolman R. Taebel for
DWLS knowingly, possession
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of cannabis. Ose's
vehicle was traffic stopped for
speeding on C.R. 18. During a
search the officer found a small
amount of marijuana and a pipe
concealed in a tin. The glass
pipe contained residue,
Patrofman Taebel said.
Robert Nichols, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested June 13 by
Bradford Deputy J.J. Etheridge
for DWLS habitual traffic
offender. Nichols' motorcycle
was stopped for speeding on
C.R. 225. His license has been
canceled. Nichols was released
from custody after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.
Kay Michelle Scoggins, 42,
of Danville, Va., was arrested
June 14 by Lawtey patrolmen
for DWLS with knowledge. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.


Cleofas Roblero Jimenez,
22, was arrested June 12 by
Union Deputy John Gooree for
unlawful use of:teimprary tag
and no valid driver's license
Jorge Dominguez, 29. of
Ponce Inlet \ as arrested'June
14 by Patrolman, Broin for
attaching tag not aligned and
DWLS. Surety bonds totilling
$1,000 were posted '.fo( his
release from custody
Willie James Perrn. 24. of
Starke was arrested June 14 by
Deputy Etheridge for DWLS.
He was released from custody
after a $500 surety bond was
posted.
Cecila Carter, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 14 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for DWLS.

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register in
Bradford
Three sexual predators
recently registered their
addresses in Bradford County:
David William Padgett, 17540
N.W. 36th Ave. and Raymone
Alexander. Cummings and
Christopher Watson, both at
17560 U.S. 301 North, Sleepy
Hollow Motel.
Watson was arrested last
week for refusing to move from
a Raiford address that was close
to a school bus stop.
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Rose Roberts (left), ED unit clerk, and Maria Roberts, admissions assistant, are
pictured working at one of the new stations in Shands Starke's expanded
emergency room.


ER
Continued from page 3B

every patient in the emergency
room. New beds are equipped
with the technology to weigh
patients for emergency room
staff, while new touch-screen
monitors can be transported
with patients.
Patients who have to be
prepped for diagnostic tests or
.who are awaiting those results
can now watch television to
help pass the time as each
patient room has a flat-screen
television.
Emergency room nurse
Rhonda Wilson said many
patients have noticed the
changes and have responded
favorably to them.
"It's just so modern
looking," Wilson said of the
new-look facility.
To achieve that modern-
looking facility, the hospital
and its customers had to under
go some inconveniences.
Baker thanked the members of
the community for their
understanding during the
process.
"We appreciate their
tolerance and their patience in
working with us," she.said.
Part of the lobby area had to
be closed after the first phase
:6ftl 'jri'project was. completed,
,yhicgh led to some confusion.
'" People weren't sure exactly
where to go," Baker said. "We
had to close part of the
registration area, and the


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whole thing was closed at one
time."
The gift shop manned by the
Shands Auxiliary had to be
closed, which left members
selling items out of carts in
various places in the hospital.
The gift shop will reopen soon
in a new area of the hospital,
and auxiliary members are
very happy to have a new
information desk in the lobby,
Baker said.
"They were moved around
quite a bit," Baker said of the
auxiliary members.
Parking, at times, was a
challenge, Baker said as
portions of the parking lot had
to be closed.
Also, as with any
construction project, there was
dust and noise.
"We tried to encapsulate
everything," Baker said.
"Sometimes, there's nothing
you can do about construction
noise."
It wouFd seem a small price
to pay, though, for a
satisfactory end result.
"The staff is really happy,"
Baker said. "Everything's so
new and modern. The patients
are satisfied."
An advisory committee,
comprised of community
members, was instrumental in
the expansion project. The
committee reported' to Slhands-
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biggest issue fLacing _',lrnds
Starke was the size of its
emergency room. Shands
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emergency room addition that
staff had done a good job in
the five-room facility that had
served as the emergency room
for 21 years. Yet the facility
had limitations when
compared to emergency rooms
of larger hospitals.
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certainly give even better
comprehensive care to this
community and surrounding
communities," McBride said in
February.



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those who had a part in my
surprise 50th birthday
celebration last weekend. It
was truly a shock and an honor
to see that many people
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Thanks again,
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This 1997 Ford pickup was struck June 9 as it travelled southbound on
U.S. 301 in Starke. Eugene Shealy, driving a 1998 Dodge pickup, was
northbound in the outside lane at 4 p.m. One of the tires on Shealy's
vehicle struck the curbing, according to Patrolman Shawn Brown. Shealy,
28, overcorrected and lost control, travelling into the southbound traffic
lane and striking the Ford pickup, driven by Thomas Trentham, 46, of
Starke, Patrolman Brown said. The drivers suffered possible injuries.


Total damages were $8


BC Fair
Association
sets dinner
The Bradford County Fair
Association annual meeting
and dinner is planned for
Thursday, June 26.
The dinner will be at 7 p.m.
in the main building at the
fairgrounds.
The meeting will include a
review of this year's fair and
plans for the future.
All members and workers
are invited to, attend as well as
prospective members. Annual
membership is $15,. which
includes free admission to the
fair. (Each family is asked to
provide a dessert.)
Please call Chub Johnson,
manager, at (904)964-5252 no
later than June 24 if you plan
to attend or need further
information.


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Masons celebrate Flag Day in Lake Butler, Starke


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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It's hard to imagine standing
outside on a June day in
Florida and breaking out in
goose bumps, yet there w\as
Frank Camacho, showing offt
the raised flesh on his arms.
It may have been a hot, but


the simple act of waving an
American flag sent chills
throughout Camacho's body.
"This is a feeling that's hard
to explain," ('amacho said.


-year Navy veteran
fellow members of
lodges waved
flags and passed out


bumper stickers in Starke and
Lake Butler on June 13 in an
effort to recognize Flag Day.
Howard Hall of Middleburg,
who is a member of
Jacksonville's Scottish Rite,
said the recognition of Flag
Day is something members of
local Masonic lodges have


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waves the flag
as he and other
members of
local Masonic
organizations
bring attention
to Flag. Day.
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waved flags in
both Starke and
Lake Butler.


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Starke.


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Lake Butler's Leamon
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great nation. I think everybody
should be showing their
pride."
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the attention of other holidays,
but it's a very important day as
far as Alvarez is concerned.


"It's not recognized like the
SFourth of July, but it's just as
important, to me," Alvarez
said.
Those who turned out in
Starke and Lake Butler
represented the following
See FLAG, p. 12B


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by
granddaughter
Angela Griffis
as they wave
flags at passing
motorists in
Starke.


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Teeing it up at a young age
The Starke Golf and Country Club hosted a junior golf clinic this past week in
which participants were taught such skills as putting, driving, correct grip and
stance by club pro David Elder. Participants received a snack each day and also a
golf shirt and medallion. TOP PHOTO: Some of the children (pictured with Elder)
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Shands Auxiliary recognizes officers, accomplishments


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It may have been a little bit
of a down year, but the results
were still rosy as the Shands
Starke Auxiliary raised
approximately $30,000 and
made $20,00( worth of
donations.
The auxiliary held its annual
banquet on June 12, officially
inducting its officers for the
2008-09 year. Linda Johns will
serve as president. She will be
joined by Valeria Shuford
(first vice president), Sylvia
Brown (second vice president),
Peggy Godwin (secretary),
Judy Hansen (corresponding
secretary) and Carolyn Eaves
(treasurer).
Dolores Morgan presented
her report as outgoing
treasurer. She said the
auxiliary not only had to deal
with an economy that has
limited people's spending, but
the closing of its gift shop
because of construction at the
hospital that expanded the
emergency room: (The
auxiliary still sold items from
carts; a new gift shop, along
with a chapel, will open soon.)
Still, the auxiliary turned a
profit of approximately $2,500
from sales of gift shop items. It
also raised approximately
$8,000 by selling food at the
Bradford County Fair, with the
rest of its money being raised
through book, jewelry and
uniform sales.
That, along with other
fundraising projects, allowed
the auxiliary to donate $10,000
to the emergency room
reserve, raising that total to
$40,960, which will be used to
purchase a new piece of
equipment. The auxiliary also
donated $5,000 to its Santa Fe
Community College
scholarship endowment,
bringing that total to a little
more than $100,000, and
$5,000 toward the new chapel.


FLAG
Continued from page 9B

Masonic organizations:
Lawtey Lodge 189, Lake
Butler Lodge 52, Middleburg
Lodge 107, Waldo's Order of
the Eastern Star in Waldo and
Jacksonville's Scottish Rite.
Members spent approximately
two hours each in Starke and
Lake Butler.
Alvarez said the support he


Morgan said the money
raised was not as much as the
previous year, but "the
auxiliary should be proud of
these accomplishments."
The auxiliary is composed of
volunteers who work in
various departments in the
hospital and at Shands Medical
Group. Eighty-three active
members worked a total of
11,671 hours.
Fundraisers and gift shop
sales go toward purchasing
equipment for the hospital and
funding activities such as an
annual Christmas tea and
spring ice cream social for
hospital employees.
Morgan said the auxiliary
has played its role in helping
the hospital evolve over the
years, but it also received
support from every employee
at the hospital. Referencing the
saying, "It takes a village to
raise a child," Morgan said,
"I'd like to change that a bit to
say it takes every hospital
employee, every hospital
auxiliary member and so
many, many community
donations in time and money
to build a hospital we can all
be proud of. Thanks to the
people who work so hard at
Shands and donate everything
to Shands. We are proud of our
hospital.
"I think back to when my
children were born at the old
Bradford Hospital. We have
come a long way, baby."
Johns recognized the
auxiliary's seven new
members: Mary Ann Andrews,
Marty Berry, Iva Jean Harrell,
Jeanne Moody, Pat Muse,
Brenda Stroud and Steve
Fuqua, who was voted in at the
banquet. Johns also mentioned
three members who died this
past year: Jenelle Hardesty,
Joyce Riherd and Marjorie
Thomson.
"Those shoes will not be
easy to fill," Johns said. "They


and his fellow Masons
received in Lake Butler last
year-the groups' first time
waving flags and passing out
bumper stickers in that city-
was encouraging.

"The reaction of the people
passing by was just great,"
Alvarez said. "People vould
drive by and blow their horns,
wave and salute. It was really
great the way the community
and the people passing through
accepted it."


The Shands Starke Auxiliary recently inducted its (secretary), Judy Hansen (corresponding secretary),
officers for the 2008-09 year. Pictured (I-r) are Sylvia Carolyn Eaves (treasurer), Valeria Shuford (first vice
Brown (second vice president), Peggy Godwin president) and Linda Johns (president).


did work, work, work beyond
what we can imagine.;'
Every auxiliary member
received a small bouquet of
flowers. Member Gertrude
Griffis read aloud the name of
each member along with the
number of hours she or he has


worked since being an
auxiliary member.
The 2008-09 officers, upon
being inducted, were each
presented with different
colored roses, with each color
signifying the attributes or that
particular office. Shands


Starke Administrator Jeannie
Baker, who inducted the
officers, asked them to
remember the colors of their
roses and their symbolism as
the prepare to serve this year.
However, Baker said a rose
cannot grow without nurturing,


words of kindness and diligent
work. It is up to every member
of-tle auxiliary, she said, to
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the auxiliary, like a rose,
blooms.
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Offer ends 6/29/08. Prices and model availability may vary by dealer. Some restrictions apply: other special rates and terms may be available, so see your dealer for details and other financing options.Available at participating dealers, "Offer ends 6/29/08. Subject to
credit on Jolm Dooro Credit Installment Plan. Up to a 10% down payment may be required. Taxes, freight, set-up and delivery charges could increase the monthly payment. Price and model availability vary by dealer. The engine horsepower Informaton Is provided by
the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower will be less. John Deere's green and yellow color scheme, the leaping deer symbol and JOHN DEERE are trademarks of Deere & Company. GSE4x150619BCT-4C


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