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Publication Date: July 10, 2008
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Noteworthy


Campers learn
about money,
banking
Operation Money Watch is a four-
day day camp designed to teach 12-
to 17-year old youth about vital life
skills regarding banking, education,
careers and money.
Presented by Santa Fe College
Andrews Center and Consumer
Credit Counseling of Mid-Florida,
the camp will take place Aug. 4-7
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day and
the SFC Cultural Building, 209 W.
Call St.
Eighteen to 20 campers will learn
about budgeting, credit, ID theft,
shopping for a car, interview skills
and other financial topics. Field
trips to Capital City Bank, Federal
Reserve Bank in Jacksonville and
the Avenues Mall provide hands-on
learning opportunities for dealing
with money.
Cost is $40 per registrant, and
checks should be made out to CCCS.
Forms are available at the Andrews
Center and must be returned by
July 28. Students provide-their own
lunches, but snacks and supplies are
furnished.
Contact Andrews Center Director
Cheryl Canova at (904) 964-5382
for more information.



Blood drive
Saturday
Domino's Pizza will host a
LifeSouth blood drive this Saturday,
July .12, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.
All donors receive a coupon for a
free bread side, a special recognition
T-shirt and cholesterol screening.
Donors must be at least 17 years old,
weigh 110 pounds and show photo
identification.
For more information, call
LifeSouth at (352) 334-1000.



Democrats plan
ice cream social
for new voters
The Bradford Democratic
Executive Committee is holding an
ice cream social to recognize those
who have registered to vote since
the last election. The event will
be held Saturday afternoon, July
12, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the
community room at the Bradford
County Public Library, 456 W. Pratt
St. in Starke.
The committee invites everyone
to join in becoming acquainted with
the county's newest voters.



Come Together
July 12
Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County Inc. will hold its annual
Come T,'.,i-ther Day on Saturday,
July 12, at the RJE Complex, from
10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Join the group in celebrating 31
years of community service with
.rI,., food, vendors, rides and
entertainment.
Booths are available for vendors
for $50, For more information,
contact Alica McMillian at (904)
966-1100 or Linda Sheffield at (904)
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ARC requests
thrift donations
A thrift store is coming soon to.
the ARC of Bradford County. A
driver is available to pick up your
tax-deductible donations. Please call
(904) 964-7699 to schedtilea-pickup.
or drop-off.


Rash of accidents claims five live;


..Four crashes since Saturday have
claimed the lives of five-people,
including the wife and teenage son of
a Bradford Middle School teacher.
That accidenttook place Monday
afternoon. Lisa Ekherd Kelly, 49,
and here 17-year-old son, Benjamin
Kelly, died at the scene July 7 on
S.R. 16 near Pier Station Road,
according to Cpl. Fachko.
Benjamin Kelly, driving a 2006
Toyota, was westbound behind a
2000 Ford van. For unknown
reasons, the Toyota rear-ended the
van, and then traveled to the left
into the eastbound traffic lane, Cpl.
Fachko said.
The Toyota then struck an
eastbound 2001 Nissan pickup
before rotating counterclockwise and
going onto the-shoulder. The driver
of an eastbound 2001 Ford pickup
attempted to avoid a collision, but
struck the Toyota on the right side,
Cpl. Fachko said.
Both Benjamin and his mother,
who was a passenger in the vehicle,
were dead on impact, Cpl. Fachko
said. They were both wearing seat
belts.
None of the other drivers or
passengers were injured in the
accident, Cpl. Fachko said. Damage
to their vehicles was estimated at
$19,000. They were from Green
Cove Springs or Keystone Heights.
The 2:50 p.m. accident remains
under investigation.
Lisa Kelly was married to BMS


A crash that took the lives of a mother and son from Starke on Monday left the victims' vehicle'
nearly unrecognizable. Seventeen-year-old Benjamin Kelly and his mother, Lisa, were killed in the
multiple vehicle accident on S.R. 16, approximately seven miles from Green Cove Springs. Photo
by Ann Williamson.


teacher Donald Kelly for 28 years.
The lifelong 'Starke resident was
a speech pathologist employed in
Fleming Island, and she attended
church with her family at Madison
Street Baptist, where she was a choir
member and nursery teacher.
Their son, Benjamin, would have


been a Bradford High School senior
this year. He was working a summer
job in Fleming Island, interested in
journalism, and actively involved in
the church youth group, choir and
praise band.
Among the survivors is another
son, Jay, who was said to be returning


Crash cleared, contamination remains


A July.2 crash at the Wal-Mart Supercenter intersection south of Starke slowed traffic for more
than an hour and left diesel contamination in its wake. The accident occurred when a semi pulling
a trailer failed to come to a stop behind a Nissan truck that was slowing for the yellow caution
light. The northbound semi collided with the truck, pushing it through the intersection and causing
the empty trailer It was pulling to jackknife. A Davis Express truck is pictured above removing
the semi from the Intersection. Semi driver Jerry Campbell of Jacksonville was found at fault and
charged with careless driving and following too closely. The accident resulted in a diesel spill that
emergency workers had to clean up. According to EMS Director Nelson Green, AAG Environmental
will excavate and finish removing the contamination. In the meantime, however, a kiddie pool
containing contaminated material was left at the corner of Southeast 48th Avenue where repeated
rains filled the pool and overflowed into the ditch. *



Sexton crowned Florida Outstanding Teen 2008


Courtney Sexton of Starke was
crowned Miss Florida's Outstanding
Teen 2008 in St. Petersburg on
Saturday, July 5, at the Mahaffey
Theater.
Along with other prizes, Courtney
was awarded a $1,000 college
scholarship and the opportunity
to compete in the Miss America's
Outstanding Teen Pageant in
Orlando, Aug. 12-16, at the Linda
Chapin Theater.
Courtney is the daughter of Tim
and Sherry Sexton also of Starke. For
the talent portion of the competition
she performed a lyrical specialty
dance to "Defying Gravity" from the
Broadway musical-"Wicked."
Courtney is a 15-year-old
sophomore at Bradford High School,
and her ambition is to attend law
school and become an attorney.
Aside from her hobbies and school
involvement, she spends time
promoting her platform issue, "Get
Up, Get Moving, and Volunteer."
Through this program, she motivates
young people to get involved in
their communities through volunteer
programs.


The Miss America's
Outstanding Teen
Pageant is affiliated
with the MissAmerica
Organization- the
world's largest
provider of
scholarships for
women. For more
information about
these programs,
please visit www.
missflorida.org or
www.maoteen.org.

Courtney
Sexton, 15, is
the daughter of
Tim and Sherry
Sexton of Starke.
As Miss Florida's
Outstanding
Teen 2008, she
will move on toe
compete in the
Miss America's
Outstanding Teen
Pageant.


home from military deployment in
England Tuesday.
The family will receive friends
from 5-7 p.m. at Madison Street
Baptist Church tomorrow evening,
Friday, July 11. Funeral services
are scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday
morning, July 12, at the church.
See CRASHES, p. 2A



A first:


BC has


three A


schools

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

For the first time since schools
began receiving grades in 1999,
Bradford County has three A
schools.
Hampton Elementary has scored
its sixth consecutive A, and after
dropping to a B last year, Southside
Elementary reclaimed its A-school
status this year. Brooker Elementary,
which hasn't been assigned a grade
in the past, received an A this year,
as well.
After four years as a C school,
Bradford Middle School scored a B
this year, and Lawtey Community
School was back up to a B after
dropping to a C last year. In fact,
it was just six points away from
earning an A.
Bradford High School also showed
improvement, raising last year's D
toa C.
Only Starke Elementary slipped
this year, earning a C after three
consecutive years as a B school.
The district had no D or F schools
this year, and overall the district
did better than last year, when three
schools dropped a letter grade.
At all of the schools, more than 50
percent of the lowest 25 percent of
readers demonstrated learning gains,
and the same was true of learning
gains for math at all of the schools
except Starke Elementary, which
missed it by two percentage points.
School grades are based primarily
upon achievement data from the
FCAT. According to the state, they
communicate to the public how well
a school is performing based on
state standards.
School grades are calculated by
determining the annual learning gains
of each student toward achievement
of Sunshine State Standards, meeting
proficiency standards and reviewing
the progress of the lowest quartile
of students.
See GRADES, p. 2A


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301 Starke bypass back up for discussion


Will tolls pay for
construction?

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Although construction is still
years off, the next six months
cotild decide the direction
of. the Florida Department
of Transportation's solution
to traffic congestion on U.S.
301.
S"While the urban alternative
expanding a portion of 301
to six and eight lanes is still
technically on the table, data
on traffic capacity, impact to
existing facilities and project
, cost make the rural bypass
for through traffic to west of
Starke the most likely choice.


DOT's Dennis Lord,
Bill Henderson and Jordan
Green spoke with the county
commission on Monday.
According to the presentation,
the bypass,which will resemble
a four-lane interstate road after
the third construction phase,
will accommodate 68,000
vehicles while the urban
alternative's capacity maxes
out around 50,000.
The bypass would also
impact fewer homes and
businesses than expahdidng
301 through the city. As
designed, the bypass affects
nine businesses and 34 homes
versus 69 businesses and 10
homes for the rural route.
Finally, while nearly $100
million more than it was
estimated to cost just a couple
of years ago, the $230 million


price tag for the bypass is
still $51 million less than the
estimate to construct the urban
alternative.
Beginning south of the city
of Starke, about one-half mile
north of C.R. 227. the bypass
would travel west of the city,
crossing the city's spray field
and Edwards Road, overpass
Brownlee Road, cross. S.R.
16 and tie back into 301 at'
Morgan Road, C.R. 233.
The project would be built
in three phases. The first phase
would construct two lanes of
roadway, while the subsequent
phases would add two more
lanes and turn the at-grade
intersections where the bypass
meets S.R. 100 and S.R. 16
into interchange ramps with
signalization. That phase
alone is estimated to cost- $60


million, and there is no money
yet to engineer the project or
acquire right of way, let alone
construct the bypass.
Like other roads around the
state, there has been talk of
bringing in a private company
to construct the Starke bypass
all at once. That company
would then make its mpney
back by charging travelers a
toll to use the road. Of course,
it has only been talked about,
and county commissioners
were concerned that turning
the bypass into a toll road
would discourage its use.
..- In order to receive federal
funding for the project, the
bypass will need ,a federal
stamp of.approval' Within the
next week or two, DOT will
be submitting the project's
environmental impact


statement to the Federal construction responsibilities to
Highway Administration, a single contractor may. be an
which will supply comments option for reducing that time
on the report within 45 days. frame by several years.
A public hearing will then As for the economic impact,
.be held to give the public a DOT's representatives pointed
chance to comment. to a couple of studies that
The final draft of the indicated bypasses around
environmental impact cities negatively affect existing
statement will then be sent back businesses in the short term,
to the highway administration, but that trend reverses itself in
which will issue a final opinion the long run.
within another 45-day period. Compared to fthe impact
All together, it's about a businesses would experience
6-month process, buj.,that during the several years
doesn't, mean construction of customer-impeding
and completion of-the project construction associated with
are around the corner. Even the,; urban alternative, the
if funding were available ral bypass appears to be the
today it could still tase'Ven solution of least impact for
years or more -o ,'design the business survival as well.
road, acquire-tVie right of way
and carry out construction.
Letting .both the design and


CRASHES
Continued from p. 1A

Another teenager, 16-year-
old Ashley Ray of Starke,
was killed in a July 5 crash
in Alachua County around 2
a.m.
Ashley was driving a 2000
Plymouth northbound on C.R.
225, according to Cpl. W.
Berger. She failed to negotiate
a curve, and the vehicle began
to rotate counterclockwise,
traveling onto the west
shoulder. The Plymouth went
airborne and struck several
trees before coming to rest on
its top on the west shoulder.
Ashley was partially ejected
amd came to rest under the
vehicle, Cpl. Berger said.
Alachua EMS personnel
pronounced her dead at the


GRADES
Continued from p. 1A

Schools that .receive an
A or improve at least. one
performance grade from the
previous year are .eligible to
earn $85 per student in school
recognition funds.
Only t\is year's A schools-
Brooker, Hampton and
Southside-made adequate
,-yearly progress. Brooker wa,_ -
the only school to-achieve this
last year. Required as a part
of the federal No Child Left
Behind Act, Adequate Yearly
'Progress measures schools
based on a pass-fail system.
AYP is separate from the
school grading system, which
measures schools based on
degrees of performance.
Instead, schools must
meet 39 separate proficiency
benchmarks to demonstrate
adequate yearly progress.
Failing to meet just one of
the 39 criteria means the
school does not achieve AYP.
The criteria require certain
subgroups of students to show
progress in reading, math,
writing and graduation rate.
Those subgroups include all
ethnic groups,students learning
English and economically
disadvantaged students.
Here is where the schools
not making adequate yearly
progress this year fell short:

Starke Elementary
Did not demonstrate I
percent writing improvement
among economically
disadvantaged students.


scene.
Amber Burgess, 17, of Lake
City, a passenger in the vehicle,
was transported to Shands
UF with minor injuries, Cpl.
Berger said. As of press time,
her condition was reported as
good.
Ashley reportedly graduated
from Eastside High -School
last year and was studying
sonography and cardiovascular
technology at Santa Fe
College. Funeral arrangements
had not been forwarded to the
Telegraph as of press time.
Nineteen-year-old Dock
Townsend "DJ." Seay Jr. of
Worthington Springs in Union
County died in another July
5 crash on C.R. 18 in Lake
Butler.
He was driving a 2007
-Chevrolet pickup southbound
at 1:20 a.m. The pickup


Did not have 58 percent
of students with disabilities
scoring at or above grade level
in reading.
Did not have 62 percent
of students overall, white
students, black students or
economically disadvantaged
students scotrig at or above"
grade level in nmath.
Otherwise, 87 percent of
AYP criteria were met.

JLawtey Community
Did not have 58 percent of
students overall, economically
disadvantaged students or
students with disabilities
scoring at or above grade level
in reading.
Otherwise, 92 percent of
AYP criteria were met.

Bradford Middle School
Did not demonstrate I
percent writing improvement
among students overall,
white students, economically
disadvantaged students or
students with disabilities.
Did not have 58 percent of
studentsoverall,blackstudents,
economically disadvantaged
students or students with
disabilities scoring at or above
grade level in reading.
Did not have 62 percent
of students overall, white
students, black students,
economically disadvantaged
students or students with
disabilities scoring at or. above
grade level in math.
Otherwise, 74 percent of
AYP criteria were met.

Bradford High School
Did not increase the
graduation rate among black


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Editor: Mark Crawford
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting Hannah Ford


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


Earl W. Ray
Melisa Noble
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drifted on and off the roadway,.
according to Cpl. Jimmy
Starling,homicide investigator.
Seay overcorrected, and the
pickup again went onto the
shoulder, striking two fences
and overturning onto the
passenger's side, Cpl. Starling
said.
Seay died from injuries in the
crash. Cori McSpadden, 19, of
Lake Butler, a passenger, was
taken to Shands University of
Florida in serious condition.
Neither Seay nor McSpadden
was using a seat belt, Cpl.
Starling said.
A' lifelong Union County
resident and employee of
Florida Foods Service in
Gainesville, Seay was engaged
to Maegan Crockett of Lake
Butler and attended Lighthouse
Tabernacle. His father, Dock
T. Seay Sr., preceded him in


students, economically
disadvantaged students and
students with disabilities by I
percent.
Did not demonstrate I
percent writing improvement
among black students or
economically disadvantaged
Did not have 58 percent: t
of students overall, white
students, black students,
-.economically disadvantaged
students or students with
disabilities scoring at or above
grade level in reading.
Did not have 62 percent of
students overall,black students. -
economically disadvantaged
students or students with
disabilities scoring at or above
grade level in math.
Otherwise, 72 percent of
AYP criteria were met.

Title I schools like, Starke
Elementary and Lawtey
Community School that,
receive federal funding for
low-income students face
increasing levels of corrective
action for failing to meet
adequate yearly progress two
or more years in a row.
According to the Florida
Department of Education, the
state was selected to participate
in the federal Differentiated
* Accountability pilot program,
which provides more flexibility
for Title I schools in the type
of corrective actions they need
to implement.
Through the program, Title I
schools that consecutively fail
to make progress will be placed
into three main improvement
levels-preventive, corrective
and intensive-based on the
school's lettergrade,percentage
of AYP requirements met and
the number of years it has not


death, and survivors include
his mother and stepfather,
Faith and Dave Brady, and
stepfather Timmy Elixson, all
of Lake Butler. He was one of
four brothers and three sisters.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July 9, at 11 a.m.
at Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs.
Another Union County
man died in an accident on
Monday evening, July 7, after
his motorcycle overturned on
S.R. 100.
Robert "Bobby" Davis III,
45, driving a 2007 Honda,
was westbound approximately
one mile east of Lake Butler,
approaching C.R. 121,
according to Cpl, M. Wilson.
Davis lost control, and the
motorcycle went onto its
side before traveling to the
eastboundlaneandoverturning.


made AYP.
Varying preventive and
corrective measures will be
taken to improve schools in
the first two categories, but
schools that fail to achieve
AYP for five or moreyears and
demonstrate severe deficiencies
in reading and math are subject
to restructuring or closure.
DOE will begin working
with schools and districts' on
program implementation and
improvement strategies this
year. Full implementation is
expected to be in place for the
-2008-09 school year.


KIm Oxley
904.964.6014


Davis was ejected, Cpl. Wilson
said.
Davis was dead at the scene,.
Cpl. Wilson said. The accident
occurred at 7:30 p.m. during
a rainstorm. Davis was not
wearing a helmet.
Davis, a retired corrections
officer, lived all of his life
in Lake Butler. A member of
Sardis Baptist Church, he was
employed as shop manager at
Shadd Trucking. He was also
a running as a candidate for
county commission in Union
County.


Among the survivors -is
his wife of 24 years, Darla
Kay Sargent Davis, as well
as his two sons, Robert Justin
Davis and Michael Branson
Davis, and his parents, Bobby
and Sadie Davis, all of Lake
Butler.
The funeral is planned for
tomorrow, Friday, July 11, at
11 a.m. in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home-in Lake Butler.
The family is receiving friends
at the funeral home tonight,
Thursday, July 10, from 6.-8
p.m.


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says

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Ronnie Ratliff!

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years of service to NAPA Auto Parts in Starke. Ronnie
retired June 30th, 2008. Ronnie was well known for*
his expertise and friendly manners. His -knowledge
and experience will be sorely missed- .by our
customers and management'iffStarke.
We wish Ronpie*-ti best in his future endeavors
anid thank-hiin-gaain for his years of servjieto our
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Lawtey rally
July 12
The Lawtey Recreation
Department will host a political
rally on Saturday, July 12, at.
the pavilion in Tatum Brothers
Park across from Lawtey City
Hall.
The rally will begin at 5
p.m. and end after all attending
candidates have had their
chance to speak. A dinner will
be offered for sale during the.
event, proceeds will be used
toward upcoming recreation
events in Lawtey.
Everyone is invited to attend.
For more information, check
out www.lawtey-fl.com.

School
board meets
Monday
The Bradford County
School Board will meet for a
workshop on Monday, July 14,
at 4 p.m. to discuss the code of
conduct (including the dress
code); pupil progression plans
and curriculum, and the school
trips policy.
A public hearing on these
topics will follow at 5:01 p.m.
The board's regularly scheduled
meeting to take action on these
and other matters of business
will begin at 6:30 p.m., and the
board will meet in executive
session (closed to the public)
following the meeting.

Next stop
smoking class
begins July 17
The next five-week smoking
cessation class offered by
the Bradford County Health
Department will begin
Thursday, July '1-7,. and run
each Thursday from 6-7:30
p.m. through Aug.. 14.
The class will be held at
the Bradford County 'Public
Library at 456 W. Pratt St.
in Starke and is open to both
smokers and userspf,smokeless
tobacco products.-Sessions are
free, and 'free nicotine patches
are available to participants.
Registration is necessary.
Please call the health
department at (904) 964-7732
if you want to break the habit.

S.E. 49th
closing for
repair
According to the Bradford
County Road Department,
Southeast 49th Avenue at the
railroad trestle will be closed
for repair for approximately
fourweeks,beginning Monday,
July 21.
For more information,
contact the road department at
(904) 966-6243.

Safety first
is rule with
outdoor fires
From burning their yard
trash to staying warm by the
campfire, many make use of
outdoor fires.
The Florida Division of
Forestry reminds people to
exercise caution when enjoying
these activities. Here are some
helpful tips to keep in mind
when burning outdoors.
Before you begin burning
yard debris, check with your
local DOF office to make sure,
it is legal to burn in your area.
Position yourpile&in an area that .
meets the required setbacks.
Be sure to only burn yard
waste, no household garbage
(includes paper products and
newspapers).
Whether you are burning
yard debris or enjoying a
campfire,do not burn on windy
days. Also, keep a water hose
or shovel handy in case the fire
escapes. Be sure the smoke is
not obstructing visibility on
nearby roads. Never leave the
fire unattended and be sure


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before leaving.
When vegetation is dry, it
is very flammable. By taking'
some steps of precaution, the
risk of the fire escaping is
considerably reduced.
For more information on
these tips or to learn more'
please contact your local DOF
offices or visit the DOF's Web
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People peeved over repeated outages


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Squirrels, falling limbs and
lightning-all nemeses of the
city of Starke's power lines-
have each played a role in
recent outages.
A lightning strike on Sunday
resulted in an approximately


three-hour outage in parts of
the city, and power was down
nearly an hour Monday evening
as the result of another strike.
On Tuesday morning, fallen
limbs on two different sections
of the city's system knocked
power out in a portion of the
city for around 45 minutes.
According to city Operations


Manager Ricky Thompson,
limbs and squirrels are at
fault for the many other short
outages where customers have
experienced their power flicker
on and off.
The outages, even when
momentary, are hard not to
notice, given their number and
their occurrence in the wake


of a voltage conversion project
that was supposed to enhance,
reliability of the electric
system.
Thompson said there is little
the city can do to address
most of the causes. One thing
engineers were being brought
in to look at Tuesday were
adjustments to system settings


that could prevent problems in
one section of the city's system
from affecting neighboring
sections.
In the meantime, Thompson
said he's fielding a number of
calls from ticked customers
"cussing and fussing" about
how often they're losing
electrical service.


Taxpayers may have greater say over assessments


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Substantial changes in
the makeup of the Value
Adjustment Board approved
by the Legislature are geared
toward greater representation
for property owners.
The board convenes annually
to hear appeal requests filed by
property taxpayers objecting
to the assessment value placed
on their property (real and
tangible personal property),
the denial of exemptions, and
decisions made on property tax
deferrals and classifications.
Until now, Chapter 194 of
the Florida Statutes called-for a
five-member board made up of
three county commissioners,


one of whom was to be
elected board chairperson,
and two members from the
school district. (In large
counties, special magistrates
are hired to hear evidence
from the petitioners and make
recommendations to the value
adjustment board for approval
or denial of the appeals.)
While there will still be
representation by both of those
taxing authorities, there will
also be citizen representation
on the value adjustment board.
No longer will the decisions on
property tax appeals rest solely
with those whose budgets rely
on that revenue.
Government representation
will be reduced to two county
commissioners and one school


board member. The county
commission will appoint one
citizen member who owns
homestead property in the
county. The school board will
appoint a citizen who owns
a business that occupies
commercial property within
the school district.
Each government board
has decided its members will
submit candidates and select
one for full-board approval.
The changes in the law also
.prevent the county attorney
from serving as attorney to the
Value Adjustment Board. The
board must meet to select an
attorney of its own.
Small counties like Bradford
may also elect to send that
attorney for certification


training in lieu of the training
that is now being required of
adjustment board members.
Otherwise, the board members
will have to undergo that
training, themselves.
The tax roll was certified
by the property appraiser
on July 1. As. local taxing
authorities-the county and
city commissions, school
board and water management
district-determine their
tentative tax rates for the-
coming fiscal year, they will
notify the county property
appraiser's office.
By mid-August, property
owners should receive a Notice
of Proposed Taxes showing
the assessed property value,
applied exemptions and the


tentative tax amountproposed
by each taxing authority.
Throughout September, the
various boards will each hold
public hearings before setting
the final tax rate and adopting
a budget 'for the fiscal year
beginning Oct. 1. Tax bills are
mailed by Nov. 1.
Petition forms to appeal
tax decisions to the Value
AdjustmentBoard can be picked
up at the property appraiser's
office or downloaded at www.
bradfordapprai ~.com. The
deadline to file petitions is
Sept. 8. The Value Adjustment
Board hearing is Oct. 9
at 9:30 a.m. in the county
commission meeting room at
the courthouse.


College and library team to provide three literacy programs


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


Santa Fe College Andrews
Center and Bradford County
Public Library are offering
three new reading, programs
this summer, said Kathy Still,
Americorps/Vista volunteer
with -the SFCC Andrews
Center.
"Bradford teachers and
students, have worked hard
all school year on improving
reading skills. Now it's time
for family members and the
whole community ,to step up.
and show that reading is not an
all-work and no-play activity,"
said Still.
The first program is Reading
Horizons, a self-paced reading
curriculum designed for ages
10 through adult, she said.
The program still has openings
available.
Phalbe Henriksen, the


director of Bradford County
Public Library, chose this
reading -program as an
effective match for the
residents of Bradford and the
opportunity afforded to use the
new library's computer lab.
This lab is available for library
patrons when it is not being
used by college classes, Still
said.
Henriksen selected the
Reading Horizons software
because it starts with an
intensive phonics review, Still
said.
"Many, adults were, not,
taught to read with a phonics
approach, and so it is often
difficult for them to help'their
children with their reading
homework," she said.
Still said that reviewing
phonics also helps those high
school students and adults who
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increasingly difficult material
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Currently, the computer
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Still said that volunteers are
needed during these open hours


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BHS students

may start Internet

radio station


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Students, parents and the
community at large may soon
be able to keep up with the
happenings at Bradford High
School via a student-run
Internet radio station.
Russell Overton was hired.
last year to teach ESE students
at Bradford High, and former
Principal Randy Whytsell said
Overton's done an exceptional
job building rapport with
students and parents and
getting involved in school
activities.
Overton has served on
one of several committees
formed after the high school's
successful accreditation
review. With the assistance
of the North East Florida
Educational Consortium, those
committees were formed to
address ongoing issues like
communication and media
outreach. ...
S--' saway of getting students
involved, Overtonis proposing
establishment of an Internet
radio station that would
disseminate informational and
entertainment programming.
Like traditional radio,
Internet radio provides audio
broadcasts, but is transmitted
through the World Wide Web
instead of over the airwaves and
can be listened to worldwide,
so high school alumni could
tune in wherever they may
have relocated.
Students are computer savvy,
Overton said. They understand
Internet navigation-, iPods and
podcasts, so they already have
the background necessary to
participate in establishing and


Focus on the
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If you are 35 years or older
and have lost financial support,
the Displaced Homemaker
Program can help you make the
transition to the job market.
Free classes and workshops
are offered monthly. The next
classes start July 28; register
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Internet radio station, he said.
And perhaps the biggest
selling point these days, setting
up such a station would require
practically no investment of
funds from an already strained
budget.
According to Overton, who
said he worked with several
other faculty members to
put together the proposal, a
student-run radio station
could offer several different
programming formats,
including talk shows, news,
and coverage of academic and
sporting events. Participation
from the police department
could provide a program on
discipline and advice for
staying out of trouble, and the
nursing program could provide
health awareness information,
Overton said.
A faculty board would review
content before it is aired.-
Content would be controlled.
because mIost-prog-ramming
-would"bbe prerecorded. The
possible exception would
be live broadcasts of sports
matches, but even those
broadcasts would be on a
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charge, music could even be
streamed through the online
student station, Overton
said, and the ability to sell
advertising would provide
revenue for this, ongoing
software costs and other things
the station may want to take
on. They would also look to
community businesses for
grant funds to supply startup
costs, including some server
upgrades to work with the
school's existing network or,
alternatively, .open a unique


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DSL account to serve the radio
station alone.
Production of programming
could coincide with a course
in broadcasting, although the
station will likely start out
as an after-school activity
to gauge student interest in
participating.
Whytsell said the station
could be a positive way of
getting information out to
students and parents if they
got into the habit of tuning in.
As additional details are
fleshed out and research is
completed, the school board
will be approached for its final
blessing.


Budget
amendments
In other business, the board
amended this year's budget
following a public hearing.
Changes in the use of capital
outlay funds will cover the
lease/purchase payment on new
buses, the purchase of security
system equipment, primarily
for the high school, to combat
vandalism, outdoor lighting at
Hampton Elementary required
by code, and remodeling at the
Rainbow Center that will add
a door for access to the back
parking lot.
The Legislature also allowed


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additional capital outlay to their
operating budgets to help cover
rising insurance costs. The
district's debt service payment
for Lawtey Community School
construction was paid for by
deleting funds budgeted for
classroom work at Bradford
Middle School, Bradford
High School and Hampton
Elementary.
Looking to next year's
budget, Finance Director


Julee Tinsler said in response
to the governor's request that
all state agencies and school
districts withhold 4 percent
from their budgets on top of
the cuts already sustained
in case there is- no rebound
in the state's economy, the
district will be setting aside an
additional 2 percent from next
year's budget. At this point,
the request does not represent
another cut, but a hold-back,
Tinsler said.


Southern Natural Gas Company (SNG), a subsidiary of El Paso Corporation, is proposing to
construct approximately 12 miles of 20-inch diameter pipeline in Clay and Bradford counties,
Florida, as part of the third phase of SNG's Cypress Pipeline Project. The pipeline currently
extends from Effingham County, Georgia, to Clay County, Florida. The new 12 miles of pipeline
will be added to the southern end of the Cypress Pipeline, extending it further into Florida and
increasing the availability of natural gas to the state.


This proposed additional pipeline, which follows existing utility corridors in this area,
maximizes Cypress Pipeline's abilityto deliver gas into the existing Florida Gas Transmission
system. The proposed extension requires-the app6va-Tof the Federal Energy Regulatory
Commission, and SNG plans to submit the necessary application this fall.


To provide an opportunity for residents to learn more about this project, SNG is hosting an
open house on July 21, 2008 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Clay Hill Elementary School on
County Route 218 in Maxville, Florida. In addition, SNG's project Web site,
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Rotary
installs new
officers
Starke Rotarians looked back
on a banner year, recounted
activities, recognized
individual accomplishments.
enjoyed a great dinner and
installed officers for next year
on June 26 at the Hampton
Lake Bed and Breakfast Inn.
Outgoing President Darrell
O'Neal recognized and
welcomed a record 14 new
members and commiserated
the death of longtime and
active Rotarian, Larry Noegel.
Before surrendering the gavel
to incoming 1lsident Charlene
Gathright, O'Neal distributed
certificates to a number of
members for their service to
the club and participation in
community activities.
The first service project
was to support the New
River Library Cooperative in
obtaining a grant for library
books and audio materials
for the new Bradford County
Public Library followed by a
drive to collect food products
for the Food Pantry, which has
an ongoing need. The slowing
economy has increased the
need for supplies and the
Rotarian's drive for food
continues.
A program that many
Rotarians enjoyed consisted of
reading to children at Starke
Elementary. It was primarily
a male program to break the
pattern of having female
teachers every day. The school
felt it was a successful venture
and named the Starke Rotary
Club as Business Partner of
the Year.
Circuit Judge George Pierce


LITERACY
Continued from p..3A

The second reading
program is for parents, and
'others interested in helping a
child learnto read,:said Still.
This award-winning program,
called Every Child.'Ready to
Read at Your Library,' was
especially developed to help
parents, volunteers and child
care providers focus on the
six skills needed to become a


VFW Auxiliary
wins four
awards
At a dinner held for
volunteers by the VFW Post
1016 Ladies Auxiliary on June
26, District 14 Conductress
Loretta Hickey presented Ellen
Harrington with four trophy
awards bestowed at a recent
convention.
Trophies were earned in the
categories of Americanism
(second place), legislation
(third place), community
service (third place) and 100


(Ret.) read to the students on
several occasions and enjoyed
the experience tremendously.
Pierce, the oldest member
of the club in service (but
not in age) was awarded the
Presidential Citation for his
contribution to the program.
The Bradford County Fair
found Rotarians busy selling
funnel cakes, a means of
funding the various projects,
one of which is cooking
chicken and rice for Bradford
County senior citizens; a
longstanding tradition enjoyed
each year by 300-400 Bradford
residents.
The big fundraiser for the
year was the Beast Feast;held
at the Starke Golf Club. True
to its name, the various meats
came from many sources, fish
and fowl, beef, pork, gator
tail, venison and other exotic
meats, supplemented with a
variety of dishes, including
desserts,, coffee and tea, for
an outstanding menu. The
dining room was packed
with Bradford residents who


successful reader.
-Still will be the instructor,
and the'program will be held
on three Monday-evehings,
July 28, Aug. 4 and Aug-.1- at
the library from 6:30 to 7:30
p.m.
The program is for adults,
but parents who want to bring
their children will be able to
select books with them after
the session.
"During the session
volunteers will provide the
children with their own reading


) percent membership (third
place).
The Auxiliary thanked
the following people for
making the awards possible:
Treasurer Diane Ennis for her
work on membership and the
organization's books; Angela
Rix for her work on community
service; Pat Zebilienski
for work on Americanism,
communications and publicity;
and Harrington for work on
Americanism and community
service.
Hickey was also thanked
for her role in making the
Auxiliary shine.


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came for the feast, but also
to support the Starke Rotary
Drive for funds to support
continuing scholarships.
The club is closing in on the
$40,000 investment required to
fund two Santa Fe Community
College scholarships into
perpetuity.
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of several Rotarians tending
the Salvation Army Christmas
kettle during the holidays, in a
cooperative effort with other
service clubs and churches.
The district recognized
the Starke Rotary Club for
admitting 16 new members
(two withdrew for personal
reasons), which places it in an
elite position as a club on the
move, but that doesn't mean
it is an elitist organization.
It draws its membership
from working people in the
community who enjoy the
camaraderie each week and
appreciate the opportunity
to serve others through the
worldwide organization.


activities," said Still.
Those three Monday nights
will focus in helping children
entering kindergarten and first
grade make the most of the
upcoming school adventure.
"The third program," Still
said, "is for adults and high
school students interested
in improving their reading
or spoken English skills.
Volunteers are needed who
would like to work one-on-one
with an adult or high school
student."


. Meetings resume on the
third Thursday of each month
at 7 p.m. New members and
ladies from other auxiliaries
are welcome.

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The Starke club had two
members who became Paul
Harris Fellows, which entitles
them to nothing more than
the knowledge that they have
contributed a minimum of
$1,000 each to the Rotary
Foundation for worldwide
funding of programs to
alleviate suffering and promote
improved living conditions.
The Rotary Foundation has
provided leadership and
funding in the fight against
polio, and while the malady
isn't eradicated totally,
millions of children around
the world, including America,
can have confidence in living
polio-free lives.
Gathright was introduced
and in turn, introduced the new
Board of Directors: President
Elect Mike Lee, Past President
Darrell O'Neal, Secretary
John Broling, Treasurer Kim
Oxley, Sergeant-at-Arms John
Smith, and Board Members
Matt Bryant, Bob Kearce,,
Jesse Myers, Paula Register
and Sam Williams.


Still said that students or
volunteers for the reading
Horizon program can sign up
at the library.
For information about the
one-on-one tutoring or the
Monday night early literacy
program, please contact Still
at the Andrews Center at (904)
964-5382, or e-mail her at
kathy.still@sfcc.edu. She can
also be reached on weekends
or evenings by phone at (904)
368-0291. ,


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Bible Baptist Church will
host a revival through Friday,
July 11, at 150 S. Cherry St. in
Starke. Services will be held
on Sunday at 10 a.m. and 6
p.m. and on weekdays at 7 p.m.
For more information, call Tim
Green at (904) 964-4775 or
(904) 964-7745.
Grace Christian Fellowship
Church. will hold vacation
Bible school Sunday through
Friday, Aug. 3-8, from 6:30- 9
p.m. each night. Cactus Canyon
will perform with registration
and hot dogs Saturday, Aug. 2,
.beginning at 6 p.m. For more
information, call Karen Elixson
at (386) 496-3583 or (352) 316-
0533.
New kiver Baptist Church,
located at 16703 S.W. 144t
Ave. in Brooker, will be
hosting its 175th homecoming
celebration on Saturday, July
19, with a 6 p.m. ice cream
social and singing event. On
Sunday, July 20, beginning at
10:30 a.m., the worship and
celebration service will begin
with a meal following. For
more information, please call
(352) 485-1777 or (352) 283-
0113.
First Baptist Church of
Keystone, located at 550 E.
Walker Drive on SR. 100,
announced 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. John Missionary Baptist
Church of Lawtey will be
hosting a two-night revival
Friday and Saturday,July 18-19,
beginning at 7 p.m. Guest
speaker will be the Rev. Alfred
Jackson of World Harvest-
Church in Brunswick, Ga. For
more information, contact the
church at (904) 782-1646.'
Macedonia Free Will Baptist
Church, located at 2497
Lake St. in Lawtey, will be
hosting the East Florida Annual
Conference of Churches for an
afternoon of praise and worship
on Sunday, July 13, beginning


BHS Class of 1973
Is looking for classmates from 72, 73, 74 to
join them for a reunion at Starke Golf &
Country Club, July 19, at 6:30 pm.
If interested, please go to website:
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Cost is $50 per couple or $30 single.
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at 5 p.m. Featured speakers
will be Pastor Ralph Jennings
and the R.DJ. Ensemble, along
with evangelist Dephrin Bright
Jackson. Local church choirs
and their representatives are
invited. Bishop Joenathan
Butler extends an invitation to
everyone to attend. The 'first
50 persons in attendance will
receive a free CD. For more
information, call Opelia Hines
at (904) 368-0762.
Ebenezer Baptist Church will
honor Ranell English with song
and praise from the Bradford
Gospel Ensemble on Saturday,
July 12, at 6 p.m. For more
information, call (904) 964-
4893.
True Vine Ministries will
host Summer Heat 2008.
Summer. programs will be
held Thursday and Friday, July
17-18, beginning at 7:30 each
night. Dr. Kennedy Jacobs,
of Living Truth Ministries of
Daytona Beach, will be the
guest speaker. The church is
located at 422 N. St. Clair St.
in Starke. For more information
or transportation, call (904)
964-9264.
St. Edward Catholic Church
will hold special sessions for
people who are interested
in learning more about the
Catholic religion. Come with
plenty of questions .and hear the
2,000-year-old answers, which
are still true today. The sessions
will be held each Wednesday at;
6:30 p.m. in the social center;
behind St. Edward Catholic!
Church, 411 N. Temple Ave.
in Starke.
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.
Issachar International
Ministries is located at 22612
NE 2nd St. in Lawtey. Those
who wish to attend, but need
transportation to the service
can call (904) 769-6871 for a
ride on the church bas. Pastor
Joyce Cohen invites everyone
to attend.


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PUBLIC HEARING
The Braford County School Board
will hold a Public Hearing on
Monday, July 14, 2008, at 5:01
p.m. in the School Board meeting
room at the district office at 501
W. Washington St. in Starke. The
public hearing will be for the purpose
of discussing changes to the Code
of Conduct for school year 2008-
2009 and for discussing changes to
Curriculum and Instruction Schpol
Trips Policy #4.18.
6/26 3tchg 7/10
SUIWANNEE RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF
APPLICATION
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes,
the following application for permit
was received on July 2, 2008:
Southeast 144th Street Paving,
Bradford County Board of
Commissioners, PO Drawer B,
Starke, FL 32091, has submitted
an application for an Environmental
Resource Permit Number 08-0201
for a total project area of 11.6 acres
with 1.78 acres of work in, on,
or over wetlands. The project is
located in Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Section 33, in Bradford
County.
Interested persons may comment
upon the application or submit a
written request for a staff report
containing proposed agency
action regarding the application
by writing to the Suwannee River
Water Management District, Attn:
Resource Management, 9225 C.R.
49, Live Oak, Florida 32060. Such
comments or requests must be
received by 5:00 PM within 21 days
from the date of publication.
No further public notice will be
provided regarding this application.
A copy of the staff report must
be requested in order to remain
advised of further proceedings.
Substantially affected persons are
entitled to request an administrative
hearing, pursuant to Title 28, Florida
Administrative Code, regarding
the proposed agency action by
submitting a written request after
reviewing the staff report.
ltchg 7/10

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2008-CA-027
U.S. BANK NATIONAL.
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR THE GSAMP TRUST
2006-HE6 MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-HE6,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
THOMAS E. LEE, et al,.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated July
02, 2008, and entered in Case No.
2008-CA-27 of the Circuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in
and for Bradford County, Florida,
wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE GSAMP TRUST 2006-HE6
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-
HE6, is the Plaintiff and THOMAS
E. LEE; BEVERLY N. THORNTON,
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,' Florid
32091 at 11:00 a.m., on the 7
day of August, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT FIVE (5) AND THE
NORTHERLY HALF OF LOT EIGHT
(8), BLOCK B, OF BLENDING
SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
AT PAGE 58, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. A/K/A/ 315 N.
SAINT CLAIR STREET, 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 July 2, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L Brannon,
Deputy Clerk
7/10 2tchg 7/17

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 207-CA-0536
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
RICHARD A. MAYBEN, JR., et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated July
02, 2008, and entered in Case No.
07-CA-0536 of the Circuit Court of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Bradford County, Florida, wherein
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC is the
Fl.:,,.-. ii and RICHARD A. MAYBEN,
JR.; CARMEL FINANCIAL CORP.;
THE INDEPENDENT SAVINGS
PLAN COMPANY A/K/A ISPC;
STATE OF FLORIDA; CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
are the Defendants, I will sell to the
ii !. i and best bidder for cash
-,' -..- Front Hall of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 North
Temple Avenue, FStarke, Florida
32091, at 11.00 a.m. on the 7tn
day of Aurgust, 2008, the "ollvinj
des iicsri property an set i.,rih i,
said rI;r,:il 1,4,- irr-irt
A I ,','.i' .I LAND LYING


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THE EASTERLY B
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POINT OF BEGINNING
THE POINT OF BEGINr
DESCRIBED, CONTINL
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37 SECONDS EAST
SAID EASTERLY BC
1243.26 FEET TO A C
MONUMENT FOUND
SOUTHEAST CORI
THE NE 1/4 OF NE 14
SECTION 33; THENC
86 DEGREES 49 MII
SECONDS WEST, AL
SOUTHERLY BC
THEREOF, 641.60 FE
SET IRON ROD; THEN
03 DEGREES 11 MII
SECONDS WEST, 130
TO AN IRON ROD F
THE NORTHERLY B
OF SAID SECTION 33
CONTINUE NORTH 03
11 MINUTES 28 SECOND
328.95 FEET TO AN I
FOUND ON THE SC
BOUNDARY OF THE
WAY OF COUNTY ROA
SAID SOUTHERLY B
BEING ON A CURVE
SOUTHEAST AND H
RADIUS OF 2814.7
THENCE NORTH-E
ALONG SAID SC
BOUNDARY AND AL'
ARC OF SAID CURVE
FEET AS MEASURE
A CHORD HAVING A
OF NORTH 72 DEC
MINUTES 33 SECOND
TO A CON-CRETE M
LOCATED AT THE
SAID CURVE; THENC
74 DEGREES 44 MII
SECONDS EAST, ALC
SOUTHERLY BOUNDA
FEET TO A SET IR
THENCE SOUTH 03
35 MINUTES 22 SECOI
PARALLEL WITH THE
BOUNDARY OF SAID
28, A DISTANCE OF 42
TO.AN IRON ROD SE
SOUTHERLYBOUNDAF
SECTION 28; THENC
01 DEGREE 31 MIN
SECONDS EAST, PARA
SAID EASTERLY BOUI
SECTION 33, A DIST
65.00 FEET TO A SET I
THENCE NORTH 86
53 MINUTES 48 SECOI
275.00 FEET TO THE
BEGINNING. TOGETH
THAT CERTAIN MOBI
LOCATED THEREON
NUMBERS GAFL575A7
& GAFL575B77377TW2
A/K/A 15789 SW COUf
235, BROKER, FL 326
Any person claiming an
the surplus from the s
other than the property
Of the date of Lis Pendei
a claim within sixty (60)
the sale.
WITNESS.MY HAND ai
of this Court on July 2, 2
R
Clerk of the C
By: Tasher Allen, Di
7/10
LEGAL NOTI(
The First Jobs Fir.
Committee of Florida
hold a meeting on Thu
10, 2008, at 2 p.m. at
Fe College, Center for
and Economic Develop
W. University Ave., (
FL 32601. Please cont
Selvester at 352-955-
questions.

LEGAL NOTIl
The Executive Comr
Florida Works will hold
on Wednesday, July 16
10:00 a.m. at FloridaWo
408 W.University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL. Con
Chapman at 352-955-
questions.


IN THE CIRCUIT COUF
EIGHTH JUDICIAL C
THE STATE OF FLORIE
FOR BRADFORI
CIVIL
CASE NO. 20
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DUANE A. HIBNER; UN
SPOUSE OF DUANE A
JULENE HIBNER; UNK
SPOUSE OF JULENE H
FREDDIE RHODEN;' UN
SPOUSE OF FREDDIE
FRANK HUNTER; UNKN
SPOUSE OF FRANKK I
IF LIVING, INCLUDING


T ALONG
BOUNDARY
T TO THE
JG. FROM
NING THUS
UE SOUTH
MINUTES
T ALONG


DATED at Bradford County this
30th day of June, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams,
Deputy Clerk
7/10 2tchg 7/17


BOUNDARY, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CONCRETEE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
AT THE THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
NER OF FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
OF SAID CIVIL DIVISION
'E SOUTH CASE NO. 2008-CA-267
NUTES 57 CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
ONG THE SERVICES, INC.,
OUNDARY Plaintiff,
EET TO A vs.
CE NORTH JENNIFER MICKEY; THE
NUTES 28 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
'8,51 FEET JENNIFER MICKEY; MICHAEL
OUND ON BAIN; THE UNKNOWN
OUNDARY SPOUSES OF MICHAEL BAIN;
3; THENCE CHRISTOPHER MICKEY;
DEGREES THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
NDS WEST, OF CHRISTOPHER MICKEY;
IRON ROD IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
)UTHERLY UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
RIGHT OF DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
kD NO. 235; AND IF DECEASED, THE
OUNDARY RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
E TO THE HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
HAVING A ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
79 FEET; LIENQRS, AND TRUSTEES,
-ASTERLY, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
)UTHERLY CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
ONG THE UNDER OR AGAINST THE
VE, 272.11 NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
D ALONG UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
BEARING UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
iREES 02 UNKNOWN TENANT #3;
DS EAST, UNKNOWN TENANT #4;
ONUMENT Defendant(s).
END OF NOTICE OF ACTION
DE NORTH TO: JENNIFER MICKEY; THE
NUTES 06 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
ONG SAID JENNIFER MICKEY; MICHAEL
RY, 141.74 BAIN;THEUNKNOWNSPOUSEOF
ON ROD; MICHAEL BAIN; CHRISTOPHER-
DEGREES MICKEY; THE UNKNOWN
NDS EAST, SPOUSE OF CHRISTOPHER
EASTERLY MICKEY; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
SECTION ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
28.56 FEET OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
T ON THE REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
RYOFSAID THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
E SOUTH HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
JUTES 37 ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LLELWITH LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
NDARY OF AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
lANCE OF CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
RON ROD; UNDER OR AGAINSTTHE NAMED
DEGREES DEFENDANTSS;
NDS EAST, Whose residence are/is unknown.
POINT OF YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
IER WITH your answer or written defenses, if
ILE HOME any, in the above proceeding with
, SERIAL the Clerk of this Court, and to serve
77377TW21 a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
'1. attorney, whose name and address
NTY ROAD appears hereon, within thirty days
5220000. of the first publication of this Notice,
interest in the nature of this proceeding being
ale, if any, a suit for foreclosure of mortgage
y-owner as against the following described
ns must file property, to-wit:
days after THE SOUTHEAST %4 OF THE
NORTHEAST /4 AND THE EAST
nd the seal Y2 OF THE SOUTHWEST %/ OF
2008. THE NORTHEAST '/4, SECTION
ay Norman 23, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
circuit Court 21 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
deputy Clerk FLORIDA, LESS AND EXCEPT
2tchg 7/17 THE FOLLOWING AS DESCRIBED
PARCELS: THAT PART THEREOF
CE LYING WITHIN THE RIGHJ OF
st Wages"'-' WAY OF STATE ROAD NUMBER
Works will 18, AND ALSO EXCEPTING
rsday, July THOSE PORTIONS DESCRIBED
the Santa IN THE HEREINAFTER DEEDS
Innovation OF CONVEYANCE: O.R. BOOK
>ment, 530 53, PAGE 290, O.R.. BOOK 70,
3ainesville,, PAGE 307, O.R. BOOK 71, PAGE
tact Radha 101, O.R. BOOK 71, PAGE 458,
-3011 with O.R. BOOK 74, PAGE 364, O.R.
BOOK 176, PAGE 204, O.R.
7/10 ltchg BOOK 232, PAGE 79, O.R. BOOK
270, PAGE 340, O.R. BOOK 423,
CE PAGE 69, O.R. BOOK 489, PAGE
imittee of 139, O.R. BOOK 489, PAGE 146,
a meeting O.R. BOOK 493, PAGE 287, O.R.
6, 2008, at BOOK 520, PAGE 187, O.R. BOOK
irks offices, 529, PAGE 215, O.R. BOOK 529,
Suie 501, PAGE 264, ALL ACCORDING
tact Celia TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
-6096 with BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 10720 SW 73ru Avenue,
7/10 1tchg Hampton, FL 32044.
If you fail to file your answer or written
defenses in the above proceeding,
RT OF THE on the plaintiff's attorney, a default
IRCUIT OF will be entered against you for the
DA, IN AND relief demanded in the Complaint
D COUNTY or Petition.
L DIVISION DATED at Bradford County this
D08-CA-262 30 h day of June, 2008.
Y By: Carol Williams,
Deputy Clerk
7/10 2tchg 7/17
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
KNOWN SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
. HIBNER; LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure
NOWN of Lien and intent to sell these
HIBNER; vehicles on 07/30/08, 10:00 a.m.
NKNOWN at 18536 US Hwy 301 N. Starke,
RHODEN; FL 32091-0314, pursuant to
NOWN subsection 713.78 of the Florida
HUNTER; Statutes. SPRATLIN TOWING &
ANY RECOVERY, LLC. reserves the


UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IF REMARRIED,
AND IF DECEASED, THE
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES; CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: FREDDIE RHODEN;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF FREDDIE
RHODEN; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS;
Whose residence are/is unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
your answer or written defenses, it
any, in the above proceeding with
the Clerk of this Court, and to serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
attorney, whose name and address
appears hereon, within thirty days
of the first pubiir.;iirnn of this Notice,
the nature of this proceeding being
a suit for foreclosure of mortgage
against the following described
property, to-wit'
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NOTICE OF PUI
HEARING
CONCERNING A VA
AS PROVIDED FOR
CITY OF STARKE F
LAND DEVELPOMEI
BY THE BOARD OF ADJ
OF THE CITY OF
FLORIDA, NOTICE. IS
GIVEN that, pursuant to
Starke Land Developmer
amended, hereinafter re'
the Land Development R
objections, recommend
comments concerning
as described below, wil
by the Board of Adjustr
City of Starke, Florida,
hearing on July 24, 20
p.m., or as soon there
matter can be heard, in
Commission Meeting Ri
Wing, of the Bradfoi
Courthouse located at
Temple Avenue, Starke,
V-08-4, a petition by
Curtis to request a V,
granted as provided for
3-47 A. 1-13 of the Cit
Land Development Cod
a Variance from Section
allowed 500 sq. ft.
building to requested 15
A parcel of land lying wit
29, Township 6 South,
East, in the City of Stark
County, Florida. Be
particularly described, as
Parcel Number: 04166-0
The public hearing may bE
to one or more future
interested party shall t
that the date, time and p
continuation of the pub
shall be announced.
public hearing and that
,notice concerning the m.
published, unless said c
exceeds six calendar v
the date of the above
public hearing.
At the aforemention
hearing, all interested p
appear to be heard with
the variance.
Copies of the variance
are available for public
at the Office of the I
Zoning, Planning, and
County Courthouse local
North Temple'Avenue, N
Starke, Florida, during
business hours.
All persons are advised
decide to appeal any dec
at the above reference
hearing, they will need
of the proceedings, an
such purpose, they ma
ensure that a verbatim
the proceedings is ma
record includes the test
evidence upon which th
to be based.


IN THE CIRCUIT COUF
ElGH-ITH JUDICIAL C
AND:;FOR BIAQFOJRt
Case No. 04-2008-DR-3
PATRICIA J. HINDS,
Petitioner,
vs.
ARTHUR BRUCE NORF
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTIC
NAME CHANGE OF
CHILD
TO: ARTHUR BRUCE
7054 Deer Springs Road
Heights, FL 32656.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED th,
has been filed against y
you are required to serv
your written defenses,
on PATRICIA J. HINDS
CR 225, Lawtey, Florida
or before July 31, 200
the original with the cl
Court at 945 North TemI
Starke, Florida, before
Petitioner or immediately
If you fail to do so, a d
be entered against you f
demanded in the petition
Copies of all court doc
this case, including co
available at the Clerk of
Court's office. You may r
documents upon request
You must keep the C
Circuit Court's office
your current address. (Y
Notice of Current Addre
Supreme Court Approi
Law Form 12.915.) Fut
in this lawsuit will be m
address on record at
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.2E
Family Law Rules of


t any and/
2005
7/10 ltchg
BLIC
kRIANCE
I IN THE
FLORIDA
NT CODE
IUSTMENT
STARKE,
HEREBY
the City of
nt Code, as
erred to as.
regulations,
nations and
a variance,
II be heard
ment of the
at a public
08 at 6:00
ifter as the
the County
oom, North
rd County
945 North
Florida.
Michael D.
ariance be
in Section
y of Starke
de to allow


requirescertain automatic
of documents and in
Failure to comply can
sanctions, including dis
striking of pleadings.
Dated: June 27, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:
De
7/3
PUBLIC AUCTI
Ron Denmark Mini Storac
a Public Auction on F
18, 2008, at 10:00 A.M.
Temple Avenue, Starke,
following storage units
personal items:
Unit #25, F. Matthews
Unit #49, M. Helmbrecht
Unit #57, L. Simmons
Unit #120, L. Portis
7/3
PUBLIC AUCTI
C&C Mini Storage will ho
Auction on July 12, 200E
A.M. on the following st
containing personal item.
Unit #1-38, Eric Cruger
Unit #1-39, Ronald Tiptoi
Unit #2-65; Daniel Sullivw
Unit #2-46, Bradford Nob
Unit #1-40. Jeremiah We
7/3


4.83 from NOTICE OF PUE
accessory HEARING
00 sq. ft. CONCERNING A VA
hin Section AS PROVIDED FOR
Range 22 CITY OF STARKE F
e, Bradford LAND DEVELPOMEN
ing more BYTHE BOARD OFADJ
s follows: OF THE CITY OF
1-00000 FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
econtinued GIVEN that, pursuant to
dates. Any Starke Land Developmer
be advised amended, hereinafter ref
)lace of any the Land Development R
lic hearing objections, recommend.
during the comments concerning a
no further as described below,. wil
atter will be by the Board of Adjustm
,ontinuation City of Starke, Florida,
Neeks from hearing on July 24, 200
referenced p.m., or as soon there
matter can be heard, in
ed public Commission Meeting Ro
partiess may Wing, of the Bradfor
i respect to Courthouse located at
Temple Avenue, Starke,
application V-08-3, a petition by L
inspection Chowdhury as agent fo
Director of Fried Chicken (KFC), to
d' Building, Variance be granted as
ited at 945 for in Section 3-47 A. 1
North Wing, City of Starke Land De
ig regular Code to allow a Varin
Section 6-36.1.a (Gro
that if they from allowed 32 sq. ft. to
vision made 113 sq. ft.
ced public A parcel of land lying with
d a record 28, Township 6 South,
id that, for East, in the City of Stark'
ay need to County, Florida. Bei
record of particularly described, as
ade, which Parcel Number: 02992-0
timony and The public hearing may b
e appeal is to one or more future
interested party shall b
7/10 1tchg that the date, time and.p
continuation of the pub
shall be announced d
RT OF THE public hearing and that
IRCUIT, IN notice concerning the mi
),CQUNiT.Y,',,: published, .unless said c
FLORIDA exceeds six calendar w
375 the date of the above
public hearing.,
At the aforementioned
hearing, all interested p
R1S, appear to be heard with
the variance.
)N FOR Copies of the variance
A MINOR are available for public
at the Office of the I
NORRIS, Zoning, Planning, and
d, Keystone County Courthouse local
North Temple Avenue, r N
at an action Starke, Florida, during
ou and that business hours.
e a copy of All persons are advised
if any, to it decide to appeal any dec
,3829. NW at the above refereni
a 32058 on- hearing, they, will need
)8, and file of the proceedings, an
lerk of this. such purpose, they ma
ple Avenue, ensure that a verbatim
service on the proceedings is ma
y thereafter, record includes the test
default may. evidence upon which thi
or the relief to be based.


n.
cuments in
orders, are
f the Circuit
review these
;t.
;lerk of the
notified of
'ou may file
ess, Florida
ved Family
ture papers
ailed, to the
the Clerk's
85, Florida
Procedure,


NOTICE OF PUl
HEARING
The Bradford Count
Board will hold a pub
on Monday, July 28, 20
p.m. in order to discus
to the Pupil Progression
hearing will take place in
Board Meeting Room loc
district office, 501 W. V
St., Starke.
7/10


disclosure NOTICE.OF PUBl.lC
formation. HEARINGS CONCERNING
result in AMENDMENTS TO
smissal or THE CITY OF STARKE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE PLANNING AND
. ZONING BOARD OF STARKE,
Robin Gay FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS
deputy Clerk THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY:
4tchg 7/24 OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
ON GIVEN that, pursuant the City of
ge will hold Starke Land Development Code,
riday, July hereinafter referred to as the Land
at 2117 N. Development Code, and Sections
FL on the 163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
containing Statutes, as amended, objections,
recommendations and' comments
concerning the amendments, as
described below, will be heard by'
the Planning and Zoning Board of
the City of Starke Florida, serving
2tchg 7/10 also as the Local Planning Agency
of the City of Starke, Florida, at
ON public hearings on July 24, 2008
ld a Public at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
8, at 10:00 as the matters can be heard, in
storage unit the County Commission Meeting
s: Room, County Courthouse, located
at 945 North Temple .Avenue,
n Starke, Florida.
an (1) LDC 08-4, an application by
)le the City Commission, to amend the'
axler text of the Land Development Code
2tchg 7/10 by amending Division 1: Off Street
Parking and Loading Standards by
BLIC changing the requirement of retail
sales or actual retail use parking '
iRIANCE. spaces from one (1) parking space
IN THE for every one hundred and fifty (150)
"LORIDA square feet to 'every two hundred
IT CODE (200) square feet; deleting Section
USTMENT 6-23.6 and Section 6-23.30, entitled
STAR KE, Prohibited Signs, deleting reference.:
HEREBY to electronic signs, deleting the.
the City of use of vehicle sign or signs and .
nt Code, as renumbering Section 6.23.7 through
erred to as Section 6.23.36; amending Section
regulations, 6.25.5, entitled, Exemptions, limiting .
nations and the use of temporary window signs :;
variance, used to advertise special sales or 3
I be heard events to a duration of two (2)
nent of the. weeks; amending Section 6-33.1,
at a public entitled, In general, Setbacks by ;
08 at 6:00 changing the minimum setback from
after as the property line to five (5) feet provided
the County that vision shall not be obstructed -
oom, North between the height of three (3)
rd County. feet and eight (8) feet above the.
945 North crown grade of the nearest right- .-
Florida. of-way and/or driveway, deleting?'
.okman G. Section 6.33.2 entitled, In general,
r Kentucky Identification of manufactured
request a signs; amending Section 6.33.3
s provided entitled, In general, Landscaping
1-13 of the by deleting the .requirement that
development the landscaped area be a minimum
ance from of one (1) square foot for each
und Sign) square foot of sign area; amending "
requested Section 6.33.4 entitled, In general,.
Window and wall signs, eliminating
hin Section the restriction of Wall sign painted
Range 22 directly onto the surface of a wall;
e, Bradford deleting Section 6.33.5.entitled, In
ing more general, Projecting signs; deleting
s follows: 6.33.6 entitled, in general, Marquee
)-00101 signs; deleting 6.33.7 entitled,
continued In general, Off-site permanent
dates. Any monument identification ,signs;
be advised amending Section 6-35. entitled
lace of any Residential and residentially zoned
ilic hearing districts, restricting the allowable
during the square feet of sign area to thirty-two
no further (32) square feet and sign height to
matter will be nine (9) feet, and deletingreference
continuation to permitted permanent directory
Neeks from signs allowed on each parcel or lot
referenced for land uses other than residential
uses in residential zones; renaming
ed public Section 6-36, from, Commercial
parties may and commercially zoned: districts
respect to to All District except Residential
Districts, deleting the ground sigh'
application restriction of maximum sign area of
inspection one (1) square foot per linear foot of*
Director of building frontage and changing the
I Building, requirement for fascia or wall signs
ited at 945 on an individual building with one
lorth Wing, tenant from one (1) to two (2) signs
ig regular and eliminating the requirement for
multi-use complex or multi-tenant
that if they complex and shopping center fascia
visionn made or wall signs of one (1) square foqt
ced public per linear foot of building front and
i a record deleting Sections 6-36.4 through
d that, for 6-36.8, concerning attached signs,
iy need to permanent wall or window signs,
record of permanent monument or pole
ade, which signs, permanent marquee sign.
timony and and off-site permanent monument
e appeal is identification signs, :Section
6-36.12, Section 6-36.13 and
7/10 ltchg Section 6-36.15; and by deleting
in its entirety Section 6-37, entitled
BLIC Warehouse, warehousing, industrial
and industrially zoned districts.
y School (2) Z 07-17, .an application by
lic hearing Big Rivers Developers, LLC, to
08, at 5:01 amend the Zoning Map of the Land
3s changes Development Code to change the
i Plan. The zoningdistrictfromAGRICULTURAL
the School (AGR) to PLANNED UNIT
cated at the DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT (PUD)
Washington on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying with Sections
3tchg 7/24 17, 20 and 21, Township 6 South
and Range 22 East of Bradford
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21st Century Learning Center

conducting first summer program


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


Though not the first faith-
based site to host such a
program, Starke Church of God
by Faith is the first faith-based
entity in the state to administer
a grant from the 21st Century
Community Learning Center
program.
The program, funded by the
U.S. Department of Education,
supports the creation of
community learning centers
that provide academic
enrichment opportunities after
school and during the summer
"break.
It targets primarily children
who attend high-poverty


and low-performing schools,
according to its Web site.
The program works with
children to meet state and local
standards in core academic
subjects such as reading and
math.
In addition, it offers students
a broad array of enrichment
activities that can complement
their regular academic
programs. It also offers literacy
and other educational services
to the families of participating
children.
Pastor Avery Shell, who is
the site coordinator of the 21st
Century Community Learning
Center at the Starke Church of
God by Faith, said that the six-
week summer program began


on June 23 and will extend
through Monday, Aug. 4.
Shell said that the program
accommodates 80 students,
fifth through eighth grade,
regardless of race, color or
creed. It begins at 8 a.m. and
ends at 2:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday.-The children
are provided with free breakfast
and lunch. Transportation, if
needed, is provided by the
Bradford County School
District.
Following a daily schedule,
the students work in computer
labs on their reading skills,
in a program called Reading
Without Failure, receive
instruction in math, and..P.E.
supervision with the help of
teachers from the Bradford
County school system. Shell
said teachers are remunerated
by the grant money, and not
public school funds.
In addition they have music
and world culture studies.
Part of the latter is learning
about international cuisine
and actually cooking it
themselves.
The youngsters are also
taken on weekly field irips to
such places as the Santa Fe
Zoo, the Old Florida Museum
in St. Augustine and Bethune-
Cookman College and the,
University of Florida to learn
about college and the life of
college students, Shell said.
They will. also travel to the
Epcot Center as part of the
Millennium Cultures Tour to
learn abput life in China.
Part of their summer
curriculum is a program
called Lit-2-Go, in which each
student is required to listen to
a book relating to other world
cultures.
The Create a Book project
requires that the students do
just that, telling the reader what
they leafied and experienced


Posing before starting a kickball game are (front-back, I-r) Jessica Evans, Crystal
Pinckney, Latavia Watson, Tyrise Jackson, Sara Armstrong, Pastor Avery Shell,
BMS coach Ben Urfer, Cordell Reed, Darious Coleman and Shynequia O'Neil.


during the six-week program.
Shell said that the evidence
shows that this summer
program has a measurably
positive effect on students'
performances during the
regular school year. He quoted
statistics that showed that 37
of 56 21st Century Community
Learning students improved
their test scores during the
regular school year, while 80
percent of those who attended
the program improved their
school performance by 40
percent.
As far as family participation
in the program, Shell said,
"We've been able to do one
thing that .the public school
hasn't. We have a lot of parent
participation. During the
school year we had about 20 to
25 parents attend our monthly
meetings."
Besides academic and
recreational activities,
attention is also paid to student
interactive behavior and social
skills. Each..week a desirable


quality, such as respect or
responsibility is highlighted,
and students who display these
attributes are rewarded.
"This is the community
pitching in to help this program
and these students, Shell
said.
Santa Fe College provided
the computers. In addition,
Shell said that as a reward
for improvement during a
nine-week grading period,
the students receive a special
discount price from Western
Steer Family Steak House.
Shell also praised the


cooperation of Bradford
Middle School Principal
Jeff Cable and assistant
principals Debbie Parmenter
and Ernest Williams, who he
said frequently come out to
the church to see how things
are going and if there is any
way they can be of more
assistance.
"The message we want to
get to parents is don't let your
financial situation prevent you
from having your children
attend this valuable program,"
Shell said.


LEGAL
Continued from p. 6A
County, Florida. Being more,
particularly described, as follows:
Commence at the Northwest
corner of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20;
thence North 00*30'00" West, along
the West line of Southeast 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4 of said Section 17,
a distance of 1,347.11 feet to the
Northwest corner of Southeast 1/4
of Southeast 1/4 of said Section 17;
thence North 8751'50" East, along
fithe North line of the Southeast 1/4
of Southeast 1/4 of said Section
17, a distance of 301.91 feet to the
Northeast corner of the West 1/4
of Southeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4
of said Section 17; thence South
0034'32" East, along the West line
of the East 3/4 of the Southeast 1/4
of Southeast 1/4 of said Section 17,
a distance of 1,339.43 feet to the
,Southwest corner of the East 3/4 of
the Southeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4
of said Section 17; thence North
86025'35" East, along the North line
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 20, a distance
of 813.93 feet to the Southerly
right-of-way line of Northwest 173rd
Street (West Market Road), also
being a pointon a curve concave
Northerly and having a radius of
399.63 feet and a central angle of
15018'44" and being subtended by
a chord having a bearing of South
68042'46" East, and a chord length
of 106.48 feet; thence Easterly,
along the arc of said curve an
arc distance of 106.80 feet to
a point on the East line of said
Section 20; thence South 0144'07"
East, along the East line of said
Section 20, a distance of 291.46
feet; thence North 8829'01" East
330.01 feet; thence North 0144'16"
West 283.42 feet to the Southerly
right-of-way line of said Northwest
173rd Street (West Market Road);
thence North 87014'29' East, along
the Southerly right-of-way line of
said Northwest 173rd Street (West
Market Road) 766.76 feet; thence
North 87046'20" East, continue
along the Southerly right-of-way
line of said Northwest 173rd Street
(West Market Road) 214.13 feet to
the East line of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21;
thence South 00a25'14" East, along
the East line of the West 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21,
a distance of 2,078.64 feet; thence
South 88036'06" West 239.12
feet; thence South 0026'00" East
545.73 feet to the South line of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 21; thence South
88039'54" West, along the South
line of the Southwest 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 21,
a distance of 1,011.81 feet, to the
Southwest corner of the Southwest
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of said
Section 21; thence North 0143'22"
West, along the West line of said
Section 21, a distance of 1,326.79
feet, to the Northwest corner of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of said Section 21; thence South
87052'57" West, along the South
..-line of the Northeast 1/4 of the
'Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20,
a distance of 626.89 feet to the
Southeast corner of the West 1/2 of
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 20; thence North
00053'57" West, along the East line
of said West 1/2 of the Northeast
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Section 20, a distance of 100.00
feet; thence South 8752'57" West
164.90 feet; thence North 2135'16"
West 682.69 feet; thence South
8450'21" West 208 86 feet, to the


Easterly right-of-way line of State
Road 16, and the West line of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
of said Section 20; thence North
0011'12" West, along the West-
line, of-the., Northeast 1/4 -of the-
Northeast 1/4 of said Section 20, a
distance of 563.84 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Containing 111.68 acres, more or
less.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall
be advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearings shall be announced
during the public hearings and that
no further notice concerning the
matters will be published.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the amendments.


Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at.
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning, Planning and. Building
Department located at 945 North
Temple Avenue -Courthouse North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours. "
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearings, they will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings -is made, which
record includes, the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal ip
to be based. .
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rr.,' r,7/'ll S itt ff rri.. r

The Starke Recreiali-n
Department's summer da\
camp I. currently going s ji Ihe fairgrounds.
Mar\ Johnson. slitl diiect,.'r,
,ajid the\ currently hat e
jhout 12(0 children a.tlentdhn'.
kiodergarten thro.uih cighll
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program conducted by
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"\ho need s.'ome help %% ith their
.ic.tdcmiics
i ,ncea i .% eek the\ o on field
trips i( \ hih are optional i. said
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such a,is the Skate Station


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eniertiinmreni .ie's '. ,% ell
JiS edulI.al-'nil tenues. siuLh
is mueI.'im' There is Js.'' j
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it 15 children, but Johnson
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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area




Area teens learn life skills in annual summer program


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
,For Tahlera Sweeting, the
prospect of worrying about
creating a budget ,and
balancing a checkbook Viay
seem like a long way axvay.
After all, she is only 13.
Yet she has gotten a good
start on learning several life
skills thanks to an annual
summer program that has been
offered in Starke since 1998.
Sweeting was one of 30
students from Bradford and
Union counties who
participated in Operation
About Face, a two-week
program administered by
Paxen Group Inc. in
cooperation with the National
Guard.
"Basically, this program is
for children who receive
benefits through the
Department, of Children and
Families," Starke site manager
Kathy Rhea said. "The concept
of the program is to teach them
life skills that will help them
when they become adults so
that they don't have to receive
benefits from DCF."
The primary focus of the
program, which serves 13-17-
year-olds, is to teach life skills,
including how to create a
budget, how to write checks
and how to balance a
checkbook. As 17-year-old
Darius Corbitt put it, he and
the rest of the participants
were learning "all the stuff we
need to live in the real world."
This was Corbitt's second
time participating in the
program, while Sweeting was
involved for the first time.
Sweeting, like many who
become involved with the
program, knew something
about the program beforehand
because someone in her family
participated before her.
"My brother was in the


Bradford 4-H
auction is set

for July 25
The Bradford County 4-H
Foundation's annual
fundraising auction will be
held Friday, July 25, at 6:30
p.m. at the Florida National
Guard armory on Edwards
Road in Starke.'
A grilled chicken dinner, --
provided by Western Steer
Family Steakhouse, will be
held prior to/ the event at 6
p.m. Tickets are $6 and
available for purchase at the
Bradford County Cooperative
Extension Office through
Friday, July 18.
Proceeds from this year's
auction will be used to pay for
upcoming activities and
events. The 4-H Foundation
pays for 4-H members to
attend camps and out-of-
county-events, project
materials and awards.
This past year, the
foundation provided full and
partial scholarships for
members to attend State 4-H
Congress, Camp Cherry Lake,
livestock judging
competitions, shooting. sports
competitions and many other
activities. Also, 4-H leaders
were provided with
opportunities to attend district,
state and regional training
sessions, while teens were able
to attend district and state
leadership retreats, where they
developed leadership and
citizenship skills.
Last year's auction-along
with dinner sales and a
coinciding silent auction-
raised approximately $9,000.
More than 100 items and
packages were auctioned off
last year. As is the case every
year, attendees were presented
with a wide variety of items to
bid on, such as gift baskets
from local businesses, pet care
kits, fireworks, hay, Case
knives and desserts made by 4-
H members.
If you are interested in
donating an item to this year's
event, or would like more
information, please call the
Bradford County Cooperative
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224.
The 4-H program is a part of
the University of Florida
Cooperative Extension
Service. It teaches youth in a
caring and nurturing
environment and is open to all -
youth ages 5-18 regardless of
race, sex, religion, disability or
national origin.


program last year and the year
before that," she said. "I came
to one of his orientations."
Sweeting said learning how
to balance a checkbook has


been a big help, but said the of approximately-$25-per day. to-endorse a check.- --- "The banik -is- wonderful
most fun she had in the They receive checks, which The About Face participants about letting us do that," Rhea
program was getting paid. allows them to put into take a trip as a group to Capital said. "We're the only (About
Children who participate in the practice some of the skills City Bank in Starke to cash
program receive an incentive they've learned, such as how their checks. See SKILLS, p. 2B








Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION July 10, 2008


Kya Steele (foreground), Arthur Wanton (background
left) and Thomas McCutchen work together on a
project in which they use their imaginations to make
something out of scrap material.


SKILLS
Continued from page 1 B
Face) site in Florida-or in the
entire country-that has a bank
that's willing to do that for
us."
Learning the various aspects
of handling money is a big part
of the program, but


cooperation is also stressed.
Children are taught that they
will have to learn to coexist
with other people when they
enter the work force.
"They seem to like the
discussion periods a lot where
we just talk and they learn how
to communicate without
arguing," Rhea said.
Participants do more than
just talk about cooperating
with others. The concept is put


into practice through a CEO
game in which they are
divided into small groups and
responsible for creating a
business. The success of their
business hinges on making
decisions as a group.
Rhea said, she enjoys
watching the communication
that takes place among the
participants in the game. She
has even had the pleasure of
watching two boys, who
participated in this past
session, put aside their
differences, which they had
upon entering the program.
"They're doing really, really
well," Rhea said. "They
understand they don't have to
like each other to work
together and be together."
Critical-thinking exercises
are also part of the program.
Participants are given
scenarios-such as being
stranded on an island or living
on another planet-and a list
of items. They are asked to
rate the items in order of
importance.
Another activity helps
participants express their
creativity. They are divided
into groups, with each group
receiving a bag of scrap
material. Participants are asked
to make something out of the
random bits of material. One
group in this past session
constructed a model of a
movie theater of out of its
material, while another group
constructed a restaurant.
"When they first look at this
bag of trash they get," Rhea
said, "they just go, 'What the
heck can we do with this,' but
they really come up with some
great ideas,"
Participants may be learning
skills that will be of benefit to
them in the future, but Rhea
can see the effects of having


A group of
Operation
About Face ,
participants,
including
Darius Corbitt "
(foreground),
work on High
School .
Competency
Test skills.
6-





gone through the program
immediately.
"You wouldn't think there
could be so much change in
just a few days with children,"
she said. "It's an empowering
thing to know that you have
this knowledge that the kids
who sit next to you in the
classroom might not have."
There will be another
session of Operation About
Face this month, but,
unfortunately, it may be the
last-ever session in Starke in
the foreseeable future. Because
of budget cuts, it appears as if
only three of the 27 sites in
Florida will be in operation
next year, Rhea said. Starke is
not one of the three.
That would be a shame
because of the success of the
Starke program, Rhea said.
That success, she said, can be
attributed to the great


cooperation the program
receives locally. The program
benefits not only from the
generosity of Capital City
Bank, but that of the Bradford
County school system and the
Florida National Guard armory
on Edwards Road, where the
program is held.
"The armory staff here is
just the most amazing group of
people," Rhea said. "We could
never have done this program
without their understanding."
Another key player is the
Department of Children and
Families. Rhea said when she
first became site coordinator of
the Starke program, she was
responsible for finding a lot of
the participants. However, she
was given the opportunity to
talk about the program with
Department of Children and
Families social workers, who


then took it upon themselves to
help find participants.
Since then, Rhea said she
has not had, to go out and
recruit anybody. The efforts of
the Department of Children
and Families, as well as those
of the Bradford County school
system, result in stacks of
applications-much more than
can be served by the program.
Rhea said hopefully other
sources of funding will
become available to Paxen
Group Inc.
"If they can find funding,
they will keep the program in
as many sites as possible,"
Rhea said. "Starke is one of
the most popular and well-run
sites, not because of me, but
because of the community
itself and the acceptance of-the
program in the community.
"If there's funding, I'm sure
they'll open Starke back up."


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Vo-Tech graduates cosmetology class...
The Bradford-Union Area Career Technical Center in Starke graduated the following members of the 2008
cosmetology class who earned 1,200 hours and a certificate of completion as a cosmetologist: (Front row,
center) Shamendra Cromarty, (second row, I-r) Christy Hoilman, Monique Miles, Kaylen Raulerson, (third row,
I-r) Katria Merricks, Virginia Bennett, Keisha Sumpter, Tiffany Schirrmacher, (fourth row, I-r) instructor Calvin
Kirkland, Staci Carlton, Joeleen Brown, Lauren Huggins, Sandy Carey and instructor Betty Sheffield, (back
row, I-r) Amanda Johnson and Joseph White. Not shown are: Ashley Douglas, Jamee Hardin, Meredith Kreis,
Sonja Norman, Carolina Shular and Staci Wright. Kirkland commented that he is proud of these students, and
of the ones who have previously completed the course and are already working in salons.


by Karyn Merritt and
V performed by the Lake Region
tournament Community Theatre.
tournament:"The Magic Bubble" will be
to benefit .prormed at the Lake Region
L benefit t _l :.', munity Theatre home at
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A best-ball, four-man team for 7 p.m. on July 25-26 and
golf tournament will be held Aug. 1-2 and 2 p.m. July 27
Aug. 1 at the Starke Golf and and Aug. 3.
Country Club, with proceeds Rachel Rensberger and
benefiting the Bradford High Austin Winkler will perform in
School football program, the roles of Samantha and
The cost to enter the Image, respectively, while
tournament, which will begin other cast members are April
at 8 a.m... is $160 per team. Wood. Elizabeth Weaver,
SInformational;:flyer. mill be CaleOb ades,. Kamila Reyes,
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The deadline to enter is July Sorano, Emily Weaver, Laura
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':and $10 for children 12 and
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BC native reaches 30th year in service


An American Airman and
warrior assigned to the 386th
Air Expeditionary Wing
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12, 1978, by enlisting in the
Air Force as a vehicle
dispatcher and mechanic for a
four-year enlistment.
Three decades of service
later, Carl Hunsinger, the 3861h
Air Expeditionary Wing
command chief master
sergeant, is retiring from active
duty.
"To close out my career with
the 386th AEW...it's absolutely
amazing," said Hunsinger, a
1975 Bradford High School
graduate. "This 12-month
deployment has been an
opportunity of a lifetime...an
opportunity that you can only
dream of as a senior enlisted
leader."
Faithful to a proud heritage,
the war-fighting chief who last
deployed to northern Iraq in
2004-05 joins his father, who
served during World War II as
a boatsman's mate in the
Navy, and his brother as a
Marine in the Gulf War.
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career," Hunsinger said. "To
finish up 30 years with
detainee, convoy and flying
operations, and all the support
entities that make the 386"'
AEW's mission here a
success-it doesn't get better
than this."

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1,-;::. r High School,
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seeking a career in law
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than just where you are at in a
town as he met and talked with
military and retired 'military
members in the communities
he worked.
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great life and career they had
while serving in the military,
and I thought to myself, that's
something I want to do-to go
and see the world," Hunsinger
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processing station and later
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Thursday, July 10, 2008 Page 4B



From adversity comes opportunity


Two periods in history tested
America's determination and
stamina in trying times: the era of
the Revolution, in which America
sought independence from England,
and the Civil War in which the issue
of states' rights was settled for all
times. Both events were costly-in
Lives- and-fortunes,- but each in its
own way made possible the American
Dream in which we all share.
Certainly material wealth
isn't equally divided, but we
all enjoy the freedom to pursue
personal dreams without fear.
In the mid-1930s, both Germany
and Japan plotted expansionist plans
that would have impacted the wo;ld
adversely, and may well have been
successful if the United States had
remained neutral, a situation that
was not to be. Japan's attack on the
American Naval Base at Pearl Harbor
removed any doubt thatAmerica would
join the battle, fighting on two fronts.
All the nations that madeup theAllied
Forces contributed to the winning of
the war, but it was the overwhelming
manufacturing ability of the United
States that turned the tide of battle.
The average American was
cognizant of America's need for
offshore petroleum products prioi
to Pearl Harbor, but didn't realize
there was a more important shortage
of an essential war material: rubber.
Prior to 1941, America was
dependent on natural rubber, which
was grown in large plantations in
southeast Asia. That supply was
effectively shut off in the summer
of 1941 when Japan overran the
area, and without a viable substitute,
winning of the war was in jeopardy.
The United States began seeking
a substitute (synthetic rubber) to
meet the needs of miilitary forces
and essential civilian driving, and
instituted the rationing of tires by
the Office of Price Administration's
Order No. 1. A national speed limit
of 55 mph was set, not to conserve
gasoline, but to conserve tires.
The search for a_ replacement
prdifucT was imminently successful,
with 231 tons of synthetic rubber


to curtail dependence on foreign
sources for petroleum is reminiscent
of the rubber shortage almost 70
years ago, and the answer must
be found within our own borders.
Action to set a national speed limit-
at 55 mph is long overdue, not only to
save gasoline, but also to save lives.
Reducing speed to 55 mph won't
eliminate the loss of life on the nation's
highways, but losing 44,000 lives a
year on the nation's highways is too
much to pay for the luxury of excessive
speed. The improved gas mileage
gained by lowering the speed limit
would lower the demand and lower the
cost. It would be a win-win situation.
It may not be generally known that
the United States is the third largest
producer of crude oil in the world,
which equates to about 52 percent
of the nation's needs. Reducing
the speed limit would reduce the
nation's overall need to manageable
amounts if the administration would
react to the unsustainable situation.
The ill-advised mandatory use
of ethanol and subsidizing of its
manufacture is not a viable plan
and should be scrapped. Corn-based
ethanol is driving up the cost of
corn to historic levels, which impacts
the cost of meat and all other food
products in a failing economy.
The automotive industry is
feverishly searching for another
energy for fueling vehicles, and
currently pinning its hopes on hybrid
gas-electric vehicles, which may be
a transition vehicle until such time
when a-new fuel comes on the market.
After all, we now enjoy products
that were beyond imagination before ,
an idea was converted to reality.
The history of lighting reminds us
that whale oil was once the fuel of
choice and electricity as an energy
source was unknown. A few years
ago, who would have envisioned the
cell phone, totally without wiring?
Or television? The list goes on.
The loss of natural rubber arid the
subsequent discovery, of synthetic
rubber tell us that the word
impossible should be used sparingly..
'The impossible of today may be


produced within months, and by the the commonplace of tomorrow and
war's end, the nation was producing the new energy fuel may be hidden
70,000 tons a month. It was a in a common household product.


success story unmatched in history.
The cost of gasoline and the need


Cheated again
Dear Editor:
My name is Faye Keen ,rd I
am writing on behalf of myself
and Rodney Keen. I feel as if
we have been cheated a second
time because we were not
notified of the plea and
sentencing date of Alvin
Wilkerson.
Rodney Keen was not only
the biological father of Ashley,
he was her daddy. I am the
biological paternal
grandmother of Ashley and
Grandma Faye to Miranda.
Both girls were loved very
much by the Keen family.
Now with all that said I
would like a chance to express


the impact of losing those
beautiful girls. In my lifetime
I have lost my husband, buried
one of my sons, but the loss of
my granddaughters has been
the most agonizing loss of my
life, bringing with it both
mental and physical pain no
words can express. Never
again will I hear the giggles,
squeals, and laughter. I'll never
see them drive a car, go to a
prom, graduate high school or
walk the aisle as a bride.
Ashley and Miranda were
very close as sisters and
brought so much joy to my life
for the short time we had them.
One of the best memories of
my life was their last
Christmas and our day of


By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


shopping, Nikki was with us
too and I loved her as well.
There is no sentence
imposed that can ever give
back what we have lost. Alvin
Wilkerson has to live with
what happened everyday of his
life. There is no justice in this
tragedy. The only comfort is
knowing the beautiful children
(all of them) are in the
presence of Jesus. We will
always, remember them as the
beautiful, wonderful, gifts
from God that went home too
soon.
Ashley and Miranda, we
miss you!!


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Heartless

vandals!
Dear Editor:
I apologize to the family of
Becky Reddish. It was a
privilege for me to honor Mrs.
Reddish at the school board
district office with a memorial
wreath after her death in
March. Becky loved flowers,
so Saturday morning, I put a
new wreath in red, white and
blue flowers in hdnor of her
patriotism on the oak tree in
the courtyard of the district
office. Below the wreath was
an iron cross with the words.
"Another Angel Enters Heaven
Becky Reddish, 3/18/08".
- This morning when I arrived at
work at 7 a.m., the first thing I
noticed was an empty oak
tree. The wreath and cross had
been stolen, and a co-worker
said-they saw red, white anid
blue scattered along Grand
Street.
I am so sorry for the Reddish
family, because the honor of
their loved one was stolen, and
they are as hurt as I am that
whoever did this had no
respect for. them, Mrs.
Reddish, nor our country!
This wreath had an American
flag in it, and our country's
colors, and heartless vandals
desecrated both!
I know the person
responsible for this act will
probably never read this,
because apparently, they don't
care or have enough pride in
their own country, the
deceased, their own
community or its citizens, to
take the time to read the local
newspaper. Again, I'm sorry
Reddish family, that the
respect and honor the school
board office gave your loved
one was vandalized.
On a positive note: Hats off
to EXIT Realty for sharing
their patriotism and pride in
our community by displaying
American flags throughout the
Starke area. God Bless
America! Even the vandals!
Patti Priest


KH residents
write about
lake traffic
Dear Editor:
I would like to address the
issues of the mud trucks and
ATV's on local lakes. As a 35-
year resident of Keystone
Heights (on Hall Lake), I have
seen these lakes in their glory
and now I watch with sadness
as they all but disappear. I
have some opinions I would
like to voice in the hopes of
making others stop and think.
First, in the recent Times
Union article residents of Hall
Lake were concerned with oil
- slicks and dead fish. -How-
many fish do they think have
died due to the lack of water in
the lakes? The water that is
their simple, basic need for
existence.
Second, if more time was
spent exploring the situation
causing the lack of water in the
lakes the problem would solve
itself. It's simple really-put the
water back and the lakes and
the trucks will have to leave
the lakes.
Third, those buying the
"drought" theory, I ask you to
think back to the work of a
wonderful man, Rod Bamford.
He dedicated the last years of
his life to restoring our lakes
and our way of life. By
negotiations to move the


culvert in Alligator Creek that
diverts water for the sand
mining, our lakes were on the
rise in about two week's time.
I personally was standing on
the Brooklyn Bridge the day
the water broke through. It
was a joyous sight. In just a
few months Lake Brooklyn
was within normal limits and
Geneva was filling again. The
outer area lakes also started to
fill. I implore Mayor Hildreth
to look into Mr. Bamford's
research and spend time
pursuing the goals he set for
the refilling and retention of
our water levels.
Those diversion culverts
only benefit sand corporations
who use water to mine and
filter sand and minerals from
the earth. For those concerned
about the environmental and
ecological ramifications, 1 will
-tel-you that those retention
ponds that hold the water after
it has been used are anti-freeze
green and unusable. To me this
is a far worse crime than truck
driving in a dry lake bed.
Lastly, thank you to the state
adding the burden to local law
enforcement. Thank you for
straining the already
stretched law enforcement
resources. While the deputies
are out hunting mud trucks our
local homes and business will
.be left with only minimal
deputy coverage. The sheriff
of Clay County has enough
true crime to concentrate on
without spreading his deputies
thinner than they already are.
Just stop and think, if a deputy
is out in the middle of a lake
bed, how long do you think it
will take him to get to you
when you really need him?
That being said I hope I have
made people stop and think for
a minute about the big picture
surrounding this issue before
Mayor Hildreth has to change
Keystone Heights from The
Lake Region to The Prairie
Region.
Wendy Inscoe, Floyd lInscoe
and Helen Stormer
Hall Lake Residents
Keystone Heights


To vote or
not to vote
Dear Editor:
We, the people of the United
States of. America, have just
finished celebrating the
anniversary of our indep-
endence as a 'nation. We fought
the Revolutionary War
because we were oppressed by
a government that was
neglecting our basic needs and
even more importantly, our
rights to speak up and be
heard. Apparently thousands
and thousands of people
throughout the United States
no longer believe that the-
exercise_ was- worth -it. The
'ones that I speak of are the
ones who don't vote. They just
don't seem to mind. 'what
government does to them and,
in my opinion, as citizens are
actually derelict in their duty.
I am personally a political
activist and most people who
know me realize it. I therefore
am on the receiving end of
opinions from those who agree
with me and from those who
don't. I welcome those
opinions and enjoy dialogue
with those who actually seem
to care about what's going on. 1
do not, however, suffer
opinions from people who
don't vote. If they don't think
enough of their own
convictions to take their beliefs
to the polls, I don't much care


what they think either. I will,
however, try to make them
understand why they should
reconsider their position.
Following are some of the
"reasons" that I most
frequently hear from non-
voters and some mis-
conceptions about the system
from many who do.
"I don't vote because the
system is so flawed that it
doesn't work anyway." The
truth is that the system set up
by our forefathers is not
flawed at all. It is probably the
best in the world and you are
not doing your part to elect
people who will make it work
like it is supposed to. \
"I don't vote because all of
the politicians are a bunch of
crooks and can't be trusted in
the first place." This is the
standard misstatement of the
folks who are too disinterested
to find out the real facts. Yes
there are a few "rotten apples
in the barrel," but most
politicians, though not perfect,
are honest hard workers. We
have elections that among
other things help get rid of the
"rotten apples". If you don't
vote, you're not helping.
"My nonvote is a protest. I
don't like either candidate." 1
believe you're telling the truth
to a point, but I don't think that
you will be particularly happy
about the result if the one you
like the least happens to win. If
you can't bring yourself to vote
for the one you think is best,
then vote to defeat the one you
think is worse. If you don't,
you are responsible for helping
the one you liked the least by
one vote.
Noting the abominable
history of voter turnout in this
country, one must consider the
following scenarios. George
W. Bush was elected twice to
the office of the presidency,
but was not elected because
the Republicans turned out in
force. He was elected because
thousands of Democrats stayed
home. If Barack Obanma
becomes our next president, it
will likely be because
thousands of Republicans stay
home. Every voter from the
losing party who stays home
does in fact cast one vote for
the opposition.
Right here in Bradford
County, recent events have
changed the political
landscape. We now have a
viable two-party system with
candidates running from both
major parties. This is good. It
is how the system was meant
to work in the first place. If
you are a registered
Republican or Democrat, you
can vote in the primary
elections and help choose your
party's candidate. As always,
however, when you go to tfie
polls in-November, you may
vote any way that you see fit.
For other registered voters,
although you don't get an
opportunity to help choose
candidates, you also may vote
any way that you want to in
November.
The only way to bring about
a change is at the voting booth
and by contacting your
senators and representatives.
You can also get involved at
the grass roots level with the
party of your choice to locate
and promote good candidates
at the local level. You can help
if you so desire.
The opinions stated above
are my own and are not
necessarily those of any one
else in any of the political
organizations that I am
connected with.
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Paladin|o, Jennifer Mathews
ladUiI Travis J. Brown


Luther to wed
Lisa Paladino and Lynn and
linda Luther, all of Starke,
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter and son, Kristie
Shane Paladino and Brandon
Corey Luther. The wedding is
set for July 12, 2008, at 4:00
p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church of Starke
with a reception to follow at
the Charley Johns Convention
Center. U.S. 301.
Kristie is a 2005 graduate of
13radford High School; a 2007
graduate of Lake City
Community College and is
attending CVT Program at
Santa Fe Community College.
Brandon is a 2004 graduate of
Bradford High School, is
attending St. Leo University
mnd is employed at Lynn's
-onstruction, Inc.
All friends and family
members of the couple are
invited to attend.
PAID ENGAGEMENT


Apply now for

BC Master

Gardener
program
Do you want to learn more
about growing plants in'
northeast Florida'? Do you
want answers to your lawn,
landscape or vegetable
questions? Do you have spare
time that could be spent
teaching others to grow plants
and solve plant problems?
.. If you answered yes to these
questions, this class may be for
you.
The Cooperative Extension
Service, University of Florida,
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, is
offering a Master Gardener
class this fall in Bradford
County. The program is
designed to train selected
individuals in horticulture.
Master Gardener is a title
S'en to individuals who'
r-ei .e this in-depth
Srnicultural training from
.-... extension agents and,
n re.jrn. agree to give 75
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.. v-,; (insects), plant
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', vegetable
;: 2"-:-..' fruit culture,


Mathews,
Brown
to wed
William F. Mathews and
Johanna Mathews of Union
County anrounce the engagement
of their daughter, Jennifer F.
Mathews of Union County to
Travis J. Brown of Putnam
County, son of Otis and Kathy
Brown of San Mateo.
The wedding will take place in
the Orlando Temple Friday,
August 15, 2008, and a reception
will follow in their -honor
Saturday, August 16, from 4-6
p.m. at the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints in Lake
Butler.
'The bride-elect is a graduate of
Union County High School and
has earned a degree in
cardiovascular technology from
Santa Fe College.
The groom-elect is a graduate
of Palatka High School and has a
degree' from Santa Fe College in
radiology. He is employed at
Florida Hospital Flagler in Palm
Coast.
Invitations will be mailed.


annuals/perennials, woody
ornamentals, turf management,
plant propagation, animal pest
control, Florida friendly;
landscaping, irrigation design
and maintenance, and use of
common landscape plants.
Master gardeners give their
'Volunteer hours to county
extension offices in. many
ways. Bradford County Master
Gardeners may help residents
by answering telephone calls
in the extension office about
plants. In addition, they may
trouble-shoot plant problems
brought into the office,
conduct plant clinics, teach 4-
H youth about plants, plant and
maintain demonstration
gardens, teach groups about
.landscape techniques to protect
the environment, work with
school garden projects and
assist with city- beautification
projects.
After completing the
training, Master 'Gardeners
have one of the best gardening
reference books available for
Florida. It is a compilation of
extension. service fact sheets
and bulletins that apply
specifically to our ; unique
Florida climate.
Applications for a limited
number of openings in the
class are now being taken.
Anyone may apply ,for the
program regardless of race,
color, sex, national origin or
handicap.'
Call the extension office at
(904) 966-6299 or stop by to
pick up an application packet.
Interviews will be held
Monday-Tuesday, July 14-15.
You must call and set up an
appointment for a 10-minute
interview on either of those
days.


SERVICE
Continued from page 3B

highly educated service, and
we have changed incredibly
through the years."
Hunsinger, like many
Airmen, learned one has to be
able to -roll with the punches
and to adapt and overcome in
order to be successful over the
long haul, both at work and at
home.
"I think my father's ability
to compartmentalize and
prioritize everything going on
his life is the reason he's done
so well in the Air Force and at
home," said Cadet Christopher
Hunsinger, a 20-year-old
junior at Southern Illinois
University-Carbondale; the
youngest of the Carl
Hunsinger's three children.
"He knows when to work hard
and when to play hard. He
definitely knew how to be an
Airman and when to be a dad
with us. I think his versatility
to do that is what helped him
be so successful throughout'-his
career."

Bread and butter
This seasoned American
Airman has taken advantage of
his opportunity to get-out and
see what's going on in the
world and has learned what it
feels like first-hand to serve in
a military uniform as a
guardian of freedom and
justice.
"I've seen so many before I
joined the Air Force in
uniform who retired or simply
just did four or eight years and
talked to them and thought,
what a great adventurous way
to do something," said Carl
Hunsinger, who's currently on
his 12"' and final assignment.
"I remember my first
assignment to Dyess Air .Force
Base in Abeline, Texas, as if it
were yesterday. I was out on
the flightline as an Airman
basic during a base 'open
house,' and a reporter walked
up and asked me what I was
doing out there with a stick
and nail, and a bag.
"I said, I'm not just out here
picking up trash, what I'm out
here doing is I'm making sure
we don't have damage to a
,$500,000 jet engine or even a
multi-million-dollar aircraft..
That's why I existed and why I
was picking up that trash
called foreign object debris.
"So I see more to it-the cup
is always half full," Hunsinger
said. "The bread and butter of


my career has been my ability\
to see things outside of where
I'm standing or sitting. There's
much more to an Air Force
career and there's much, much
more than what most people
see simply within their career
field. They have to broaden.
and I have been able to do that
in my career as part of my
breath of experience by getting
outside and doing more things.
"No matter how meaningful
it is or meaningless it seems to
others, I've gotten so much
experience out of doing that."

Memory of a lifetime
As Hunsinger closes out his
career as his nation's sword
and shield, he continues to
defend his country with his. life
as a deployed command chief
to more than 3,000-deployed
Airmen who fly, fight, "drive"
and win. Along the way, he
said he has racked up an
unimaginable amount-, of
memories as an Airman,
husband and father.
"The most memorable
occasion in my career didn't
come until my 26" year in the
Air Force," Hunsinger said.
"Two basic military training
instructors approached me
while I was on temporary duty
to Lackland Air Force Base for
the first basic combat convoy
course."
As fate would have it, it
happened to be June 12, 2004,
and the building, floor and
dormitory he went into were
the exact same from when he
first began basic military
training 26 years ago to the
day with the 3701"' and Flight
491.
"They asked me if I'd come
up and motivate some of their
brand new Airmen who just
began their training,"
Hunsinger said. "So I said of
course-I could never say no,
no matter how tired I was. It
was pretty nice to be able to
see brand new Airmen in our
Air Force and to be able to talk
with them and motivate them
was a very memorable moment
for me, and of course, the most
memorable deployment doing
convoy operations in Iraq
followed that training."

Family unit
Serving in the military
during a time of peace with a
bountiful force of more than
550,000 Airmen back in the
early 1980s' was great for'
family life. Sprinkle on nearly
20 years of constant wartime
operations with a significantly
smaller force just over the


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320,000 mark, and family life
can become a challenge when
an Airman is constantly
answerin, his nation" call
abroad and leaving his family
behind.
"My) wife was in the Air
Force \hen I met her in 1982,
so she kind of understood
already what the Air Force and
military was all about,"
Hunsinger said. "My two sons
and daughter have endured
many temporary duties,
deployments and many
changes in assignments. I think
they actually got the pluses
and benefits out of us being
stationed in places like Japan,
Germany and Hawaii-
twice-as they were able to
see different cultures and
attend different schools. My
entire family has done great by
me...it's been one team getting
through these 30 years of my
career.
The final frontier
This past June marked the
beginning of Hunsinger's 31"'
year on active duty. As this
war-fighting veteran prepares
to make the final turn in a
journey spanning three
decades of service, he paused
for a moment to reflect on
today's expeditionary
Airmen--his fellow wingmen,
leaders and warriors.
"Today's expeditionary Air
Force has changed quite a bit
since the Cold War days in the
way we prepare," Hunsinger
said. "Today., I tell Airmen to
always be ready. Don't always
be ready just for your military
piece of the deployment, be


ready for your family, be ready
for your immediate family, and
everybody else that you leave
behind so they don't have to
deal with so much while
you're deployed.
"Airmen should also prepare
themselves not just physically,
but mentally as well. It's very
important for an Airman to be
ready as a whole person to
deploy at any given time.
While we have an
expeditionary timetable set up,
it's not unusual for our Airmen
to deploy with very, very little
notice. So always being ready
will always make .you
successful."
Hunsinger, an American
Airman who fulfilled his
mission to fly, fight, "drive"
and win, celebrated. his 25"h
wedding anniversary June 21
and will celebrate his
retirement on July 31 back at
Scott Air Force Base, 11. He
will officially hang up his
Airman battle uniform on Nov.
1.
In May 2009, Hunsinger will
render his son-Cadet
Christopher Hunsinger-his
first salute upon graduating
from college as a
commissioned officer in the
Air Force.
"He's going to be my first
salute," Christopher Hunsinger
said. "I've been looking
forward to receiving that from
him on my
graduation/commissioning day
for a long, long time."
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Michael O'Connor of 386"' Air
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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:
'Amber R. Bledsoe, 20, and
Deanna L. Lusby, 26, both of
Ocala, were arrested July 1 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for possession of cocaine and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. The two were
passengers in a vehicle stopped
just before noon on S.R. 16.
During a consent search the
officer found a plastic baggie
containing powder cocaine and
a crack pipe with residue,
Patrolman King said. A straw
with residue was also found in
a back pack. Bonds were set at
$16,000 each for Bledsoe and
Lusby.
Jodeisha Dawn Clem, 29, of
Starke was arrested July 1 by
Patrolman King for possession
of controlled substance and
resisting arrest without
violence. Clem was staggering
in the roadway on East Thomas
Street. Her speech was slurred,
and she stated she was on
medication. She removed a
metal container with white
powder residue from her
pocket, but attempted to
conceal a plastic bag from the
officer. The bag contained a
Soma pill, Patrolman King
said. Clem tried to pull away
from the officer but was
arrested after a brief struggle,
Patrolman King said. Bond was
set at $15,000.
Christina Fowler, 21, of
Lawtey was arrested July 6 by
Clay deputies for possession of
marijuana.
Dale Cooper, 53, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 24 by Clay Deputy C.P.
Redmond for simple battery.
Cooper was charged with
punching the victim during an
altercation. The victim refused
medical treatment for his
injury.
Miranda Harris, 19, of
Starke was arrested July 6 by
Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman for battery and
obstruction by disguise. Harris
was charged with striking the
victim several times in the
face. She then disguised her
identity from the officer,
Patrolman Schlofman said.
Amos Merriweather, 18, of
Starke was arrested July 6 by
Starke Patrolman M.T.
Brinson for battery domestic
violence. Merriweather was
charged %uith grabbing the
victim by the neck and choking-
her during an argument,
Patrolman Brinson said.
Kenneth Andre Steele, 38,
of Starke was arrested July .3


by Patrolman Schlofman for
aggravated child abuse. Steele
was charged with striking the
13-year-old victim several
times, Patrolman- Schlofman
said. He was also charged with
failure to pay child support.
Total bond was set at $15,500.
Johnna Michelle Miller, 21,
of Keystone Heights was
charged July 1 by Clay Deputy
M.P. Kirchner with simple
battery. Miller was charged
with striking the victim with a
small dust pan during an
argument. She was given a
notice to appear and released at
the scene, Deputy Kirchner
said.

Joy Carter Gray, 45, of
Starke was arrested July 3 by
Bradford Deputy Sherri Mann
for child neglect. Gray was
charged with leaving her four-
year-old son unattended while
she was sleeping. The child
walked approximately one mile
to a neighbor's house to play,
Deputy Mann said. There was
no injury to the child. Gray
was released from custody after
a $2,500 surety bond was
posted.
Christa Lynn Rhoden, 23,
of Starke was arrested June 27
by Clay Deputy R.C.
Rosepiler for grand theft.
Rhoden was charged with
concealing merchandise in a
friend's stroller in J.C. Penney
in Orange Park. She then
attempted to leave with the
items, but was stopped and
placed under arrest. The
assorted clothing and jewelry
were valued at $650.96. All
items were recovered, Deputy
Rosepiler said.
Louis Lee Tetstone, 42, of
Brooker was arrested July 4 by
Bradford Deputy Scott Konkel
on a writ of bodily attachment
from Alachua County. He may
purge by paying $3,900.
Tetstone was also charged on a
warrant from Columbia
County for grand theft. Bond
wa set at $5,000.
Everett L. DeSue, 27, of
Starke was arrested July 1 by
Starke Sgt. M.D. Watson for
breach of peace. DeSue began
to yell profanities when
questioned about the license
plate on his vehicle. Attempts
were made to calm him, but he
continued to be irate, Sgt.
Watson said. DeSue was
released after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted.
Melanie Jean Chism, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 28 by Clay Deputy J.C.
Saunders for domestic battery.
Chism was charged with
pushing the victim during a
confrontation.
Debra Ann Crews, 54, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 3 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear on
bail for worthless check. Bond
was set at $752.

Shauntell Carter, 20, of
Starke was charged July 1 by


Bradford Deputy Bryan Waldorf
on a warrant for failure to
appear possession of cannabis.
Bond was et at $5,000.
Johnny Lee Staten, 19, of
Starke was arrested July 4 by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Justin Smatt on a
warrant for failure to pay child
support. He may purge by
paying $1,000.
Milburn Scott Brown, 48,
of Starke was arrested July 1
on a warrant for disorderly
intoxication. Brown was
arrested June 30 on the warrant
in Walton County. Bond was
set at $4,000.
Scott A. Reed, 30, of Starke
was arrested July 5 by
Patrolman King for violation
of probation uttering forged
bills and grand theft.
Ricky Lavon Gainey, 21, of
Starke was arrested June 30 by
Patrolman Schlofman on a
warrant. Bond was set at
$2,000.
Scott Joseph Baker, 51, of
Starke was arrested July 2 by
Starke Patrolman Brad Smith
on a warrant from Columbia
County.
John Bennett, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 1 by Clay deputies on
warrants for simple battery and
violation of probation battery.

Traffic
Michael Shiloh Lee, 29, of
Starke was arrested July 4 by
Sgt. Murray for reckless
driving. Lee's vehicle was


stopped on U.S. 301 at I a.m.
for travelling 90 mph in a 45
mph zone. Bond was set at
$500.
Brittani Nicole Hewett, 19,
of Silver Springs was arrested
July 4 by Hampton officers for
DWLS. Her vehicle was
stopped for speeding on U.S.
301. A $500 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Steven James Marzullo, 50,
of Gainesville was arrested July
2 by Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for driving under the
influence (DUI). Marzullo
refused testing when his
vehicle was stopped"on S.R.
16. Bond was set at $2,000.
Kimberly Jones Broward,
37, of Keystone Heights- was
arrested June 28 by Clay
Deputy E.C. Mohler for DUI.
Broward's vehicle was stopped
at 11 p.m. after the deputy
observed it swerving and
straddling the center line. She
smelled strongly, of an
alcoholic beverage and her
speech was slurred, Deputy
Mohler said. Broward refused
testing and was placed under
arrest.
Waylon Olive, 28, of
Raiford was arrested July 2 by
Hampton Patrolman R. Taebel
for DUI. Olive's vehicle was
stopped for speeding on
Navarre ,Avenue. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and failed testing.
Results of a blood-alcohol
sample are pending. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.


Toni Diane Parrish, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested July 5
by FHP Trooper K.M.
Boatright for DUI. Parrish's
vehicle pulled into the path of
a semi on S.R. 231 and
stopped partially in the
roadway, Trooper Boatright
said. A strong odor of an
alcoholic beverage was coming
from the vehicle and Parrish's
speech was slurred. She failed
testing and was placed under
arrest, Trooper Boatright said.
Parrish's blood-alcohol level
was .09 percent. She was
released from custody after a
$ 1,000 surety bond was posted.
Bobby Joe Robinson, 32, of
Starke was arrested June 30 by
Starke Sgt. William Murray
for driving while license
suspended or revoked (DWLS)
knowingly. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Robert Christopher
Cochrone, 29, of Palatka was
arrested July 6 by Bradford
Deputy Johnny Pons for
DWLS and attaching tag not
assigned. He was also charged
on warrants from Putnam
County. Surety bonds totaling
$2,508 were posted for his
release from custody.
Audrey Marie Seidle, 22, of
Athens, Ga., was arrested July
2 by Hampton officers for
DWLS knowingly. A $500
surety bond was posted for her
release.
James Dalton Varnadoe, 28,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 27 by Deputy
Mohler for DWLS habitual
traffic offender.
Greg Scott Murphy, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested


July 2 by Hampton officers for
DWLS and altering license
plate sticker. Surety bonds
totalling $1,000 were posted
for his release from custody.
Howard Jermaine Jonas, 19,
of Starke was arrested July 3
by Patrolman Browd for
violation of restrictions on
driver's license. A $500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Jose Rafael Rodriquez, 30,
of Dallas was arrested June 30
in Jacksonville on a Bradford
warrant for DWLS. Bond was
set at $5,000.
Jay Leroy Burns, 31, of
Starke was arrested June 24 by
Clay Deputy M. Marvel on a
capias for DWLS. Bond was
set at $208. He was also
charged on a writ of
attachment. He may purge by
paying $1,500.
Christine Butler, 42, of
Starke was arrested July 2 by
Clay deputies on a capias for
failure to appear DWLS.
Doris Beatrice Dobbs, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 2 by Clay Deputy Renee
Scucci on a warrant for failure
to appear DWLS and no motor
vehicle registration. Bond was
set at $752.
Lamont Antonio Riley, 24,
of Milton was arrested July 1
by Deputy Konkel for failure
to .appear no valid driver's
license. A $4,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
David E. Fraizer Jr., 21, of
Starke was arrested June 28 in
Jacksonville on a Bradford
warrant for DWLS knowingly.
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will be holding a Texas
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Friday, July 11, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50.
Registration will begin at 6
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Little remains of the 2006 Toyota that was T-
boned by this Ford pickup truck. Occupants of the
Toyota, Ben Kelly and his mother, Lisa Kelly, died
on impact in the 2:50 p.m. crash on S.R. 16 at
Pier Station Road, seven miles from Green Cove
Springs on July 7. (Picture by Ann Williamson)


Mom and son
die in Monday
crash in Clay
A Bradford mother and son
were killed Monday afternoon
in a vehicle crash in Clay
County.
Lisa Ekherd Kelly, 49, and
her 17-year-old son, Benjamin
Kelly, died at the scene July 7
on S.R. 16 near Pier Station
Road, according to Cpl.
Fachko.
Benjamin Kelly, driving a
2006 Toyota, was westbound
behind a 2000 Ford van. For
unknown reasons, the Toyota
rear ended the van, then
travelled to the left into the
eastbound traffic lane, Cpl.
Fachko said.
The Toyota then struck an
eastbound 2001 Nissan pickup
before rotating
counterclockwise and going
onto the shoulder. The driver of
an eastbound 2001 Ford pickup
attempted to avoid a collision,
but struck the Toyota on the
right side, Cpl. Fachko said.
Both Benjamin and his
mother, who was a passenger
in the vehicle, were dead on
impact, Cpl. Fachko said.
They were both wearing seat
belts.
None of the other drivers or
passengers were injured in the
accident, Cpl. Fachko said.
Damage to their vehicles was
estimated at $19,000. They
were from Green Cove Springs-
or Keystone Heights.
The 2:50 p.m. accident
remains under investigation.


2 teens die,
in two
crashes
A Bradford teen and a Union
teen were killed just after
midnight July 5 in separate
accidents, one in Alachua and
one in Union.
A Worthington Springs teen
was killed July 5 on Southwest
107th Avenue when his pickup
overturned.
Dock Townsend Seay Jr.,
driving a 2007 Chevrolet
pickup, was southbound at
1:20 a.m. The pickup drifted
on and off the roadway,
according to Cpl. Jimmy
starling, homicide investigator.
Seay overcorrected, and the
pickup again went onto the
shoulder, striking two fences
and overturning onto the
passenger's side, Cpl. Starling
said.
Seay died from injuries in
the crash. Cori McSpadden, 19,


of Lake Butler, a passenger,
was taken to Shands University
of Florida in serious condition.
Neither Seay nor McSpadden
was using a seat belt, Cpl.
Starling said.

A 16-year-old with a Starke
address was killed July 5 in
Alachua County on C.R. 225.
Ashley M. Ray, driving a
2000 Plymouth, was
northbound on C.R. 225,
according to Cpl. W. Berger.
Ray failed to negotiate a curve,
and the vehicle began to rotate
counterclockwise, travelling
onto the west shoulder.. The
Plymouth went airborne and
struck several trees before
coming to rest on its top on
the west shoulder. Ray was
partially ejected and came to
rest under the vehicle, Cpl.
Berger said.
Ray was pronounced dead at
the scene by Alachua EMS
personnel.
Amber Burgess, 17, of Lake
City, a passenger in the
vehicle, was transported to
Shands UF with minor
injuries, Cpl. Berger said. As
of press time, her condition
was reported as good.


Union man
dies on
motorcycle
A 45-year-old Union County
min died-. I,.nJay, July 7, after
his motorcycle overturned on
S.R. 100.
Robert Davis driving a 2007
Honda, was westbound
approximately one mile east of
Lake Butler, approaching C.R.
121, according to Cpl. M.
Wilson. Davis lost'control, and
the motorcycle went onto its
side before travelling to the
eastbound lane and overturning.
Davis was ejected, Cpl. Wilson
said.
Davis was dead at the scene,
Cpl. Wilson said. The accident
occurred at 7:30 p.m. during a
rain storm. Davis was not
wearing a helmet.


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A truck from Davis Express moved the wrecked
semi from the Wal-Mart intersection on U.S. 301
on July 2. A Nissan light truck was slowing just
before noon for a yellow light at the intersection.
A northbound 1999 Volvo semi pulling a trailer
failed to slow, colliding with the Nissan and
pushing it through the intersection, according to
Patrolman Clint Lockhart. The empty trailer
jackknifed and pushed the semi southward. Diesel
spilled from the semi requiring cleanup. Jerry
Campbell, of Jacksonville was found at fault and
charged with careless driving and following too
closely, Patrolman Lockhart said. Damages were
estimated at $24,000.


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transportation
services
On Monday, July 14,
Suwannee River Economic
Council will begin exclusively
providing all transportation
services to the transportation
disadvantaged residents in
Bradford County.
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provides services to elderly
clients who attend the meal
site and those who need
transportation to medical
appointments in Gainesville on
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Greta Alvarez


Greta Alvarez
STARKE-Greta F. Alvarez,
65, of Starke, died July 1, 2008.
She was born on November 27,
1941 to J.W. Alvarez and Onie
Green. A lifelong resident of
Starke, Ms. Alvarez was a
member of Bayless Highway
Baptist Church.
Ms. Alvarez is survived by her
brother, Arthur "Bobby" Alvarez:
a sister Barbara Slade; and a step-
sister Barbara Greene. She is also
survived by her nieces and
nephews,' Carey Zoltowski,
Britincy A. Perry-Moore, Gari A.
Perry, Colby Moore, Ashley'
Smith, and numerous others.
She was preceded in death by
her brother Billy Alvarez.
Graveside Services .were held
Tuesday, July 8, 2008 at I I a.m. at
Conner Cemetery with Bro.
Roman Alvarez officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
.and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services.

Joan Davis
STARKE-Joan C. Davis, 63,
of Starke, died July 3, 2008.
She was born on October 8,
1944 to John D. Beck and Bertha
L. Kersey. A lifelong resident of
Starke, she was a member of
Madison Street Baptist Church.
Mrs. Davis is survived by her
mother', Bertha Beck, and her two
sons, Ronald G. Davis (Valerie)
and Donald W. Davis, Sr.
(Georgina) of Starke; a sister,
Alice Beck; nine grandchildren,
and eight great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by her
husband of 43 years, Levy P.
Davis, and her father John D.
Beck.
Funeral Services were held
Monday, July 7, 2008, at Madison
Street Baptist Church with the Dr.
Chad Everson officiating. Burial
was in Dyal Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services.

Ernest Addison
LAKE BUTLER-Ernest
Joseph Addison, 64, of Lake
Butler, died at his home in Lake
Butler following an extended
illness.
Born in Raiford, he lived in
Union County all his life. Mr.
Addison was the son of James
(Doc) Addison and Inez Kitler
Addison. He retired in 1998 from
Union Correctional Institution
where he was a sergeant. He was a
member of the First Baptist
Church of Raiford.
Survivors include his wife of 30
years, Alma W. Addison; a step-
son, Harold Archer of Lake
Butler; two step-daughters, Marie
Archer and Paula Clemons, 'both
of Lake Butler; two brothers,
Alfred Addison of Gainesville and
Edward Addison of Raiford; five
grandchildren and a great-
grandson.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, July 10, at II a.m. in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler, with the
Rev. Johnny Gilbert officiating.
Burial will be in Sapp Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. The family
request that in lieu of flowers,
donations be made to Haven
Hospice, 6037 Hwy 90, Lake City,
32055.

James Holder
RAIFORD-James Kenneth
"J.K." Holder, 74, of Raiford died
at Shands AGH in Gainesville
following a brief illness.
Born in Nashville, Tenn., Mr.
Holder. lived most of his life in
Union County. He was the son of
Elsmier Holder and Hazel Bowers
Holder. He was preceded in death
by his wife, Bernice Harris. He
retired as a lieutenant with the


Department of Corrections at
Florida State Prison.
Survivors include a son, Edwin
Holder of Raiford; a sister, Joyce
Smith of Lake City; three
brothers, Oliver R. Holder of
Oxnard, Calif., David Holder of
Old Hickory, Tenn., and Billy Ray
Holder of U.S. Navy, Japan; and a
granddaughter, Amanda Holder of
Archer.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, July' 11I in the Chapel of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler, with the Rev. Gordon
Keller officiating. Burial was in
Conner Cemetery under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Bobby Davis III
LAKE BUTLER-Bobby
Davis III, 45, of Lake Butler, died
Monday, July 7, 2008, from
injuries suffered in a motorcycle
accident on S.R. 100 eatt of Lake
Butler.
Born in Gainesville, Mr. Davis
lived all of his' life in Lake Butler.
He retired from the Department of
Corrections in 2004 where he was
a sergeant. He was employed as
shop manager at Shadd Trucking
in Lake Butler and was a member
of Sardis Baptist Church-. in.,
Worthington Springs.
Survivors include his wife of 24
years, Darla Kay Sargent Davis;
two sons, Robert Justin Davis and
Michael Brandon Davis, both of
Lake Butler; his mother and
father, Bobby and Sadie Davis of
Lake Butler; a sister, Marie
Jennings of Lake Butler; his
mother and father-in-law,
Charlotte and Otis Porter of
Alachua and his father-in-law,
Jimmie Sargent of St. Augustine.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, July 11, 2008, at 11 a.m.
in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home in Lake Butler with the
Rev. Michael Norman officiating.
Burial will be in. Elzey Chapel
Cemetery under the care of'Archer
Funeral Home.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m.,
Thursday, July 10. In lieu of
flowers, the family wishes
donations be made to Davis
Scholarship Fund, Community
State Bank, 255 E. 6'" St., Lake
Butler, FL 32054.

Lisa E. Kelly
STARKE-Lisa Ekard Kelly,
49, of Starke, died Monday, July
7, 2008, from injuries sustained in
an automobile accident.
Born in Starke, Mrs. Kelly was
a lifelong resident and was a
member of Madison Street Baptist
Church where she sang in the
choir and taught in the nursery.
She was a speech pathologist and
was employed by Select Rehab in
Fleming Island.
Survivors, include her husband
of 28 years, Donald 'Kelly of
Starke; a son, Jay Kelly of
London, England; her mother
Virginia Ekard Dansby; a sister,
Eugenia Whitehead; her father-in-
law, George Kelly; a sister-in-
law,Tracy (John) Torode, all of
Starke; and a brother-in-law, Dave
(Eileen) Kelly of North Carolina.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 12, 2008, at 11 a.m.
in Madison Street Baptist Church
with Dr. Chad Everson and the
Rev. Jeff Stockdale officiating.
Burial will be private at another
date. The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Steadfast Student
Ministry at Madison Street Baptist
Church, 900 W. Madison St.,
Starke, FL 32091, or Youth
Ministry at First United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 157, Starke, FL.
32091. Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.

Martha Pastore
PALM HARBOR-Martha
Pastore, 94, of Palm Harbor died
Friday, July 4, 2008 at St. Mark
Village in Palm Harbor, following
an extended illness.
Born in Coraopolis, Penn., Ms.
Pastore moved to the Park of the
Palms in Keystone Heights in


1980, from Chicago, Ill. then to
Palm Harbor in 1996. She was a
former member and retired
executive secretary of Moody
Bible in Chicago and attended
Community Church in Keystone
Heights.
Survivors include a brother,
Thomas E. Pastore of Hudson,; a
close friend, Howard Brown, of
St. Petersburg and her nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, July 10. 2008 at
graveside at Keystone Heights
Cemetery, with her family and
friends conducting the services,
tinder the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Johnnie
Hartzog
MELROSE-Johnny Hartzog,
76, of Melrose died July 5, 2008.
Born in North Carolina, she was
best known for her love and care
of animals.
Survivors include two
daughters, Norma Pressley and
Barbara Peluso (Ken), all of
Florida; two sons, John Hartzog of'
North Carolina and Roger Hartzog
of Maryland; two sisters, Betty
Lawson of Texas and Maxine
Shorter of Florida; 10
grandchildren; 19 great-
grandchildren; several nieces and
nephews.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made to the
local Humane Society. Morning
Funeral Home of Melrose was in
charge of arrangements.


Benjamin Kelly
STARKE-Benjamin Anderson
Kelly, 17, of Starke, died Monday,
July 7, 2008, from injuries
sustained in an automobile
accident.
Born in Starke, Mr. Kelly was a
lifelong resident and was a
member of Madison Street Baptist
Church, a senior at Bradford High
School, and had a summer job at
the Terrace in Fleming Island. He
was an active member of Madison
Street Baptist Church Youth
Group, choir and Praise Band.
Survivors include his father,
Donald Kelly of Starke; a brother,
Jay Kelly of London, England; his
maternal grandmother, Virginia
Ekard Dansby; his paternal
grandfather George D. Kelly; his
paternal great grandmother,
Amelia Kelly of Starke; his aunt,
Eugenia Whitehead; his aunt and
uncle, Tracy and John Torode, all
of Starke; an aunt and uncle, Dave
,nd : Eileen Kelly of North
Carolina.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 12, 2008, at 11 a.m.
in Madison Street Baptist Church
with Dr. Chad Everson and the
Rev. Jeff Stockdale officiating.
Burial will be private at another
date. The family requests that in
lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Steadfast Student
Ministry at Madison Street Baptist
Church, 900 W. Madison St.,
Starke, FL 32091, or Youth
Ministry at First United Methodist
Church, P.O. Box 157, Starke, FL
32091. Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements


Dorothy
Toungett
LAWRENCEBURG, TENN.-
Dorothy Virginia "Dot" Charlton
Toungett, 78, of Lawrenceburg
died Saturday, June 28, 2008, at
Countryside Healthcare in
Lawrenceburg.
A native Hinton, W.Va., she
was a retired supervisor of M-Fine
Manufacturing and was of the
Methodist faith. She was the
daughter of Ernest Clay and Estel
Moody Charlton. Mrs. Toungett
was preceded in death by her
husband, Henry Thomas "Tom"
Toungett and a sister, Marie
Johnson.
Survivors include four
daughters, Kay Strickler and


Debra Feehan, both of Peoria, Ill.,
Jenny Whitton of Woodbridge.
Va., and Sue Ellen McCoy of
Trivolli, Ill.; two sons, Rusty
Thompson of Ethridge, Tenn. and
Darrell Thompson of Pekin, Ill.: a
sister. Ruby Hazivasilis of
Brooksville; a brother, Ernest
Charlton of Starke; nine
grandchildren and numerous
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July 2, in Neal
Funeral Home of Lawrenceburg.
with the Rev. Grant Pavey
officiating. Burial was in Chapel
Grove Cemetery, Lawrenceburg.

Mary J.
Sanderson
STARKE-Mary Josephine
Lang Sanderson, 85, of Starke,
died Wednesday, July 2, 2008. at
E.T. York Hospice Care in
Gainesville following a long
illness.
Born in Eure, N.C., the
daughter of Josseph and Thelma
Weller Lang, she moved to Starke
in 1962 from Norfolk, Va. Mrs.
Sanderson was a member of First
Baptist Church, of Starke and was
a retired medical technician from
the Veteran's Hospital in Lake
City.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Marlie Sanderson
and sisters, Frances, Joyce and
Elizabeth.
Survivors include a daughter,
Susan (Danny) Norman of
Lawtey; a son, Marlie (Joyce)
Sanderson of Gainesville; a sister,
Betty Jean Wilson of Hastings: a
brother, Bud Lang- of Omaha,
Nebraska; and her grandchildren,
Stephanie Sanderson, Joe
Sanderson and Holly Norman.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, July 6, 2008 in the First
United Methodist Church with the
Rev. Mike Moore officiating.
Burial was in Crosby Lake
Cemetery under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke, (904) 964-6200.

Nancy Smith
YELLVILLE, ARK.-Nancy
Lee Smith, 65, of Yellville, Ark.,
died Monday, July 7, 2008, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice Care Center
of Gainesville.
A former resident of Starke,
Ms. Smith moved to Yellville in
2004 where she has since resided.
Ms. Smith was a retired property
manager.
Survivors include two
daughters, Rhonda "Jeanie"
Bailey Griffis of Starke and Cassie
-Brady of Startannery, Va. ; two
sons, Robert "Bob" Bailey of
Orlando and Randy Bailey of
Harper's Ferry, W.Va.; three
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was a longtime resident of Starke.
He was a member of Madison
Street Baptist Church; an honorary
member of the Florida Sheriff's
Boy's Ranch, and retired
communication officer for the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office.
Survivors include his wife of 20
years, Pamela Parrish Foster; a
sister, Elaine Gunner; his mother
and father-in-law, James T. and
Betty Parrish, all of Starke, and
many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, July 5, in the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel with the Rev Roman
Alvarez officiating. Burial will be
at a later date under the care.and
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be- made to the
Florida Sheriff's Boy's Ranch,
P.O. Box 2000, Boy's Ranch, FL
32064.

Dock Seay Jr.
WORTHINGTON- Dock
Townsend "D.J." Seay, Jr., 19, of
Worthington Springs, died July 5,
2008, from injuries 'suffered in a
truck accident on C.R. 18, Lake
Butler.
Born in Gainesville, Mr. Seay
lived all his life in Union County.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Dock T. Seay, Sr., and his
paternal grandparents, George and
Cora Seay. Mr. Seay was
employed with the Florida Foods
Service in Gainesville and
attended the Lighthouse
Tabernacle.
Survivors include his mother
and step-father, Faith and Dave
Brady of Lake Butler; a step-
father, Timmy Elixson of Lake
Butler; his fiance, Maegan
Crockett of Lake Butler; four
brothers, Marvin Seay and
Dwight Seay, both of Worthington
Springs, Martin Seay of Starke
and Kyle Seay of Raiford; three


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Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July 9, at 11 a.m. in
Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs, with the
Rev. Calvin Robinson and the
Rev. Paul O'Steen officiating.
Burial was in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery under the care and
direction of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.


Theron Yawn
STARKE-Theron Alexander
Yawn, Ill, "Terry", 58. died
Saturday. June 14, at his home in
Belle Glade.
Born in Starke, Mr. Yawn was
the son of Theron A. Vavwn, Jr.
and Lila Rae (Caidwell) Yawn.
Mr. Yawn was president of his
graduating class of .1968 from
Bradford High School and spent
the following year as a
midshipman at the U.S. Naval
Academy at Annapolis. MD. He
received a bachelor's degree in
education in 1974 then earned a
master's degree from UF in 1977.
He taught middle school science at
several schools in the Gainesville
area and returned to IF, earning
his Juris Doctorate in 1981.
Mr. Yawn worked with the
Florida State Attorney's office
from 1982 to 1985. He most
recently taught at middle schools.
in Avon Park and Belle Glade.
Survivors include a brother,
James "Jimmy" C. Yawn of
Alachua; sisters, Dianne Yawn
Mullins of Orlando, Lila Elizabeth
"Betsy" Yawn of Rome, Italy; a
stepsister, Karin Tiffin of
Gainesville and his stepmother,
Sonja Yawn, also of Gainesville.
A memorial service was held
Saturday, June 28, at the First
Presbyterian Church of Starke.
Burial arrangements under the
care of Miller Mortuary of Belle
Glade. The family requests that
any memorial donations be made
to the Lila Rae Yawn Memorial
Scholarship Fund, in care of Ms.
Carolyn Eaves, 613 Colley Road,
Starke, FL 32091.

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ABOVE:
Children at the
July 3 program
had the
opportunity to
play their own
didgeridoos,
which were
pieces of pvc
pipe. Raising
their
instruments
and blowing
through them
are (I-r)
Gabriella
Ramirez,
Savannah
Hardee and
Leslie Ramirez.
RIGHT: Lindsey
Dank gives a
demonstration
on his
didgeridoo.


Hagen Kadlec
points with
delight at a
leopard gecko,
which was
shown around
the room by
Hollie Chiles of
the Santa Fe
College
Teaching Zoo.


2 weeks left
in BC library
children's
program
This year's summer
children's program at the
Bradford County Public
Library will run for two more
weeks, with the end-of-
summer party set for
Thursday, July 24.
Recent programs have
included scaly visitors in the
form of reptiles from the Santa
Fe College Teaching Zoo and
sounds from Down Under as
Lindsey Dank of Didg
Revolution presented the
Didgeridoo Down Under
program, teaching children a
bit of Australian history and
Aboriginal culture as well as
showing off his skills on the
didgeridoo, a wooden
instrument that is hollowed out
by termites.
This week's and next week's
programs are as follows:
*Thursday, July 10, 10 a.m.,
for grades 1-5-Aunt Peggy
and Jay present stories and
music in the meeting room.
,*Monday, July 14, 6:30
p.m., for grades 6-8-Pharoh's
Curse; help solve a mystery in
the library meeting room.
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A poker tournament will be
held at the Starke Golf and
Country Club Friday, July 18,
6-10 p.m., to benefit the 9-
under Bradford Blaze traveling
baseball team.
The entry fee is $50. Cash
prizes will be awarded for first,
second and third place.
Money raised, by the
tournament will help assist the
team, which travels all over the
state throughout the year.
For more information,
please call Bradford Blaze
head coach James Hall at (352)
235-1469.


Volunteers
needed
at shelter
Clay County Animal Control
is in need of volunteers at the
facility located at 3984 State
Road 16 West in Green Cove
Springs. Volunteer duties
include animal groomers,
washers, dog walkers and
trainers, Anti-Cruelty Program
workers, kennel work, office
work, center host/hostesses, cat
cuddlers, social skills trainer,
critter caretakers, landscape
work, adoption counselors and
a digital photographer. For
more information, call Dennis
Underwood, volunteer rescue
adoption coordinator at Clay
County Animal Control, (904)
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2BR/1BA, Comer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled........$67,000
3BR/1IBA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool....$106,000
1.25 Acres on Comer of NE. 12th Ave &
171st Street .................................$18,000
2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
..................................... ............ $32,000
*1 Wooded Acre, offNW 177th in
Pleasant Grove........................$20,000
10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes........... $99,000
3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.R. 16 East, Starke .................$99,500
New Home on Raiford Rd.
Starke.................................... $147,600
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Baths, Upgraded Berber carpet in BR's & Study. 2-
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street in Keystone Heights (Clay Cty) homes only
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SELLER WILL PAY UP TO $3,000 IN
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preference, limitation or
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and people securing cus-
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HORSES ALLOWED on this approx. 5 acre Farmette with 4BR
Brick Home. Lots of space inside and out! Inground Pool!
Recent Price Reduction to $249,900

3 BR/2 BA Newly Renovated for rent Waterfront lot Crosby Lake in
$950/mo Lakewood Reduced
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4-stroke galvanized trailer
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45
Land for Sale
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Gal 904"422-0470 (own-.
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STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
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Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St., $201,000 or forRENT
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.
THREE STALL DETAIL
SHOP WITH STORAGE
SHED for rent. 1497 Old
Lawtey Rd., Starke. Call
904-964-4196 or 352-
222-3452.
48
Homes for Sale
2/1 HOME COMPLETELY
REMODELED. Asking
$77K, owner will pay
closing costs and no
down payment to qualify-
ing buyer. 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301. Phone
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
.3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,560. Call
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
St. Slarke, $49,500. Call
352-745-0039.
RESIDENCE SITE-BUILT
-2004 OR LATER. Prefer
one acre or less, Union


County only. Call 386-
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altor.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
ONEACRE, $32,000. MO-
BILE HOME 2BR. 6860
NW 204th Terr., Starke,
FL 32091. Call 1-802-
807-8624 or.-352-514-
0719: "
STARKE 5 ACRES WITH
SINGLEWIDE 2/1 MO-
BILE HOME. All new
appliances, well. central
air, 2 years old. Asking
$75K Call 904-964-5259
or 352-222-3536
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3/2 and 2/2 available.
Hidden Oaks MHC in
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more details, call 386-
496-8111.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME.
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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.
CALL MANAGER MIKE AT
GENE, JIM AND ROY'S
of Gainesville to get best
deal in North FL. Call
352-378-2453 ext 12
GENE, JIM AND ROY'S
HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS
for 50 years. Call some-
one who cares, Manager
Mike at 352-378-2453
ext 12.
USED DOUBLEWIDE FOR
$5K. You pick up. Call
Manager Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext 12.
GREAT 14X70 ENTERTAIN-
MENT HOME has jacuzzi
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who cares, Manager Mike
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BYPASS SALES PEOPLE
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Call Manager Mike at 352-
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LOOKING FOR LAND/
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For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-,
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
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See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MRH, 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-
SMENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, -Lake Butler, FI
32054. Ph: 386-496-3141,
TDD/TTY 711. 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. $1,000/mth each.
One month deposit. Call
352-473-3560.
1BR FURNISHED APART-
MENT ON LAKE, $600/
MTH. May reduce rent in
exchange for light house-
hold assistance. Call
Gerry at 352-473-7769.
ONE ACRE LOT FOR RENT
MOBILE HOME READY.
No travel trailer or RV.
$200/mth, call 904-796-
0442.
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.
CRYSTAL LAKE 2/1 COT-
TAGE, 900 SOQ FT. $650/
mth plus utilities. Call
352-216-8027.
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in Clay-
County, close to Keystone
Heights. $750/mth, call
352-475-6260.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME, 2/1 WITH LIVING
ROOM and kitchen. $500/
mth, $500/dep. ,Fenced
back yard, covered patio
on front and back. Call
352-468-1497.
3/2 BRAND NEW HOMES
IN STARKE One at
$1,000, one at $1,100.
Both require first, last


and deposit. Call 352-
745-1189.
FOR RENT OR PURCHASE
2/2 with sunroom, lake/
pool house on 3 acres in
Melrose. Open house is
Saturday, 11am-4pm. 114
Deep Lake Trail. $1,050/
mth, call 904-710-1262.
HISTORIC STREET IN
STARKE. 2900 SO FT,
MUST SEE 4/3. Call 904-
887-8451. Remodeled,
large fenced back yard.
HOUSE FOR RENT -
COUNTRY SETTING
2/2, CH/A, washer/dryer
hook-ups, carport, shed.
Bradford County. $675
plus deposit. Call 352-
473-7208.
SMALL 1/1 MOBILE HOME
LOCATED IN RAIFORD
onSR121. Free garbage
pick up and lawn service.
$350/mth with $250/dep.
Service animals only. Call
386-431-1631.
3 BEDROOM, 2 FULL
BATHS VERY NICE.
Located in Raiford on
SR121. Free garbage
pick-up and lawn service.
$700/mth with $350/dep.
Service animals only Call
386-431-1631.
STARKE RENTAL 2/1,
COMPLETELY REMOD-
ELED. CH/A, WASHER/
DRYER hook-up Se-
cluded area $465/mth
plus deposit Call 904-
368-0832
MELROSE 3/2 IN VERY
QUIET AND CLEAN
mobile home commu-
nity. Nice open layout,
central heat/ac, recently
renovated. $515/mth,
$400/dcep. Clean criminal
history required. Call 352-
475-6285.
HOUSE 3/1 WITH LARGE
LIVING ROOM, DINING
ROOM, and kitchen.
$850/mth. First, last and
-security deposit. New
tile and paint, hardwood
floors, Available July 15.
Taking applications now.
Call 904-964-5637, close
to town:
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON
WOODED LOT QUIET
AREA. CH/A, large deck,
service animals only.
$675/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE CH/A. Deck,
fireplace. Service ani-
mals only. $625/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
KEYSTONE LAKE HOUSE
2/2 WITH ALL APPLI-
ANCES including washer
and dryer. Double car-
port. $650/mth, first, last
and deposit. No smoking,
service animals only. Call
904-838-9574 or 904-
225-4908.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with _
big trees. $39K. call 352-
473-5745. -
.HOUSE MATE WANTED -
2/1 FOR $390/MTH, Mel-
rose. Yard, nice neigh-
borhood. Call Stacie at
352-222-7125.
MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT 3/1, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS. $550/mth, call
352-478-1190.
LOCATION, LOCATION,
LOCATION! Keystone
Heights, immaculate con-
dition. 2/2 mobile home,
split bedroom plan, fire-
place, large deck, 2 acres
plus and more to mention.
Super nice, $675/mth plus
$700/security. Carrofi*
Rentals & Management,
Inc., 352-473-1025.
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freeze She is approx 50
Ibs and is lark brown with
beige leel She comes
to Gypsy I have since
gotten her hair cut and
taken her to the vet She
has heart worms and lyme
disease and is on medica-
tion for both She went
missing from my home
on July 4th If someone
has her that's fine I lust
want to get her medicine
to her Please call me at
352-478-2357
LOST PET BOXER 10
YI ARS 01D 90LBS
IFawn with while ches
black muzzle with gray
brown collII with design
and l.ij s while, flea collar
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Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS' Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St Only $4.75,
including postage Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from Call
904-964-5764 for more
information
3 DACHSHUND/CHIHUA-
HUA PUPPIES 2 males
and 1 female. Wormed,
6 weeks old $300 each.
Call 386-431-1404
FREE KITTENS PLEASE
GIVE THESE KITTENS
A CHANCE at having a
loving home There are
a couple of stray cats in
my neighborhood and
they have kittens every
few months and I can't
watch them starve but
can't keep feeding them
all Some have unique
markings and some have
natural bobbed tails I
have three that are black.
Please help me save
these cats from being
killed These are NOT
feral cats Please have
a box or carrier when you
come. Call 904-964-3245
between 8am and 8pm
ATTN 4-H AND FFA MEM-
BERS Sept.-Dec. black
Limousin and Limousin


cross steers Good show
prospects Call 352-745-
2894 or 904-964-5170
53A
Yard Sales
AVIS'S ATTICE 1000 S
WATER ST, Starke. 904-
964-2596. 25% off all
items priced $19 95 or
less for month of July
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
FRIDAYAND SATURDAY,
8am-2pm SR16 towards
prison, left on CR233
(Morgan Rd). go one mile,
take a left on NW 63rd PI.,
look for signs
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
8AM-12PM Wickerchair,
shelves, table, ladies
clothes, linens, paint ball
gear. vintage dress form
and more. Griffis Loop,
first dirt road on left. '
OPEN HOUSE- KEYSTONE
CLOUDBUSTERS RA-
DIO CONTROL CLUB
Keystone Airport, Satur-
day, July 12, 10am-2pm.
Refreshments available.
FRIDAY,'JULY 11, 8AM-
4PM. 301 South, 2.5
miles South of Starke on
US301, look for signs.
Children, misses and
men's clothing, household
and baby items.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
SATURDAY, July 12,
7am-? 1403 E Call St.
Baby clothes and items.
maternity clothes, furni-
ture, etc.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
ESTATE SALE HOUSE
UP FOR SALE Antiques.
furniture, collectibles and
misc July 5th-12th 9am-
4pm 5804 Indian f[ril
off 315C, McRae, 352-
473-9907.
OPEN HOUSE- KEYSTONE
CLOUDBUSTERS RA-
DIO CONTROL CLUB
Keystone Airport, Satur-
day, July 12, 10am-2pm
Refreshments available.
FURNITURE AND MISC.
'90 CAMARO TPI, new
valve train, high speed,
$1,000. 18' boat with
motor, $800. Thursday,
July 10 through Sunday,


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FOR SALE
4B!R/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
Shown by
appointment only
Call

964-6305
Ask for John


July 13 5277 CR352
off SR21 in Keystone
Heights 8am-?
2 FAMILY MOVING SALE
SATURDAY, JULY 12.
9am-5pm 5445 CR352
Household, small appli-
ances, clothes and misc
Rain or shine
54
Produce
ROGERS FARMS PEAS
AND BUTTER BEANS.
shelled or unshelled. Call
386-462-2406

55
Wanted
RESIDENCE SITE-BUILT
-2004 OR LATER. Prefer
one acre or less, Union
County only Call 386-
752-8166. licensed re-
altor
ELDERLY MAN LOOKING
FOR A ONE BEDROOM
apartment, studio or small
trailer. Can pay up to
$275/mth Call 352-485-
3578.
WANTED 8 LOADS OF
DIRT DELIVERED AND
SPREAD and bucket tree
work in Keystone Heights.
Call 386-867-1948.
LOOKING TO SHARE A
RIDE Future UNF stu-
dent would like to carpool
starting in August. Edu-
cation program, grades
K-6. Call 904-964-6387
if interested.
57
For Sale
37 GALLON TANK TOP
STRIP LIGHT, filter, over-
flow box, saltwater, $350.
55 gallon salt water tank
cover filter, light, reef
ready, $650. 90 gallon
salt water tank glass
cover, canopy lights and
reef ready, $900. Call
904-263-2996.
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring


PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


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
in package with warranty
Slain resistant pellkid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
WASHER AND DRYER
-$100/SET. Great condi-
tion, not very old. See
at 791 W Pratt St. Call
904-964-2534.
YARD MACHINE BY MTD
10HP CHIPPER. Like
new, $300. Call 904-
796-0645.
STEEL SHOW BUILDING
Big or little. Recession
and advertising double
disc. Can erect, cheap
freight. www.scg-grp.com
#0OSH, 352-538-0183.
SOFA AND LOVESEAT
BY ASHLEY, and a 32"
Sanyo TV with stand. All
for just $500. Like new,.,
less than 2 years old. Call
386-431-1917.


59
Personal
Services
CAREGIVER HONEST.
DEPENDABLE Will care
for you or your loved one
during the day, do light
housekeeping, prepare
meals and run errands
Starke area preferred,
please call 904-964-
5405.
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).
GOT A SATELLITE? 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.
HOUSECLEANING HAS
REFERENCES. Call 352-
235-6123.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
. IN-HOME ELDERLY OR
DISABLED CARE? Ma-
ture Christian woman,
caring and loving. Expe-
rienced in assisted living
and hospice patients,
Certifications in medica-
(ion, CPR and first aide.
Part time or around the
clock Reasonable rates


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Insured
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Call Debbie Halle at 904-
368-1253
KASEY KARE SHAWN
KASEY COLLINS elderly
care. Appointments,
meals, housecleaning and
yard Some repairs, day
trips, most every need.
Call 352-538-5269
WOMAN AVAILABLE TO
CARE FOR BED-RID-
DEN PATIENTS. Have
experience, have refer-
ences. Call 904-588-
3910 or 352-478-2196,
Maria Takacs
HARD WORKER AVAIL-
ABLE FOR YOUR
NEEDS (consistent and
honest). $8/hr straight fee
OBO. Beat the heat. Will
do any labor job, hauling,
organizing, mowing. yard
work, delivery and pick-up
errands, pet/house care
for vacation. I have a trail-
er for hauling it needed.
Call 386-431-1753, leave
message. I will return
your call.

64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE Beauty salon
with tanning beds and
styling chairs. Owner
financing available. Con-
tact James Yeomans at
Willis Real Estate Group,
LLC. at 904-610-6170 or
352-473-0205.

65
Help Wanted
IRS JOBS $18.46-$32.60/
HR NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided. For

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coupon code to watch a
short video.
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.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
ARMED SECURITY OFFI-
CERS D-G Gainesville,
FL. Part-time, $10.50/hr.
* Sat. & Sfin, 2pm til 10pm,
great benefits. Call 904-
399-1813. EOE, M/F/
D/N.
CAREGIVER WITH 20
YEARS EXPERIENCE


willing to do housework,
cook, shop, or whatever
you need. Good refer-
ences, reasonable rates
Call 352-546-1246
BRADFORD COUNTY
EMERGENCY SERVIC-
ES is now accepting appli-
cations for the positions of
Full-Time and Part-Time
Paramedic. Applicant
must currently hold valid
State of Florida para-
medic License or have
completed paramedic
training course. Applica-
tions can be obtained
at 945-C North Temple
Ave., Staike, FL 32091
or at www.bradford-co-fla
org. Completed applica-
tions must be returned by
4 00pm. July 18, 2008.
For more information, call
904-966-6911.
F/T POSITION TEACHER
FOR 3RD GRADE. Pay
based on experience and
education. Church at-
tendance at an evan-
gelical church required.
Experienced teaching
Abeka curriculum pre-
lerred. Looking for some-
one interested in making
this a career (longevity).
Contact Toby or Glenda
at 904-964-7124.
VERY BUSY CARRIER
100% 0/0. Pull vans,
flats or tanks in Florida
SE, Midwest and West,
out and back. Paid empty
and loaded, fuel card, no
fees, paid, fuel tax, home
weekends. Call 904-781-
0457 or 800-606-8344.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES
wanted to work. Full time
or part time, Mon-Fri. For
more information, call
888-284-7754.
NAPA AUTO PARTS OF
STARKE is looking to
hire a full-time auto and
truck parts specialist.
Salary relative to experi-
ence. Benefits available.
401K, apply in person at
155 East Brownlee St. in
Starke.
FULL-TIME TRANSCRIP-
TIONIST NEEDED. Must


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accuracy score lyr
hospital transcription ex-
perience strongly pre-
ferred Must have strong
background in medical
terminology and be com-
puter literate with experi-
ence in use of Microsoft
Word Must be proficient
in giammair spelling, edit-
ing and proofreading skills
along with high profes-
sional ethics. Apply at
Shands Starke Hospital,
922 E Call St., Starke,
FL 32091.904-368-2300.
EOE/M/F/DN.
HANDS AT STARKE PO-
SITIONS AVAILABLE:
LPNs/Certified Nursing
Assistants FT and PT.
Competitive salaries and
benefits available. Apply
at Shands Starke Hospi-
tal, 922 E. Call St., Starke,
FL 32091,904-368-2300.
EOE/M/F/DN.
EXPERIENCED TIRE
CHANGER APPLY IN
PERSON at Clyde's Tire
in Waldo.
LOOKING TO SHARE A
RIDE Future UNF stu-
dent would like to carpool
starting in August. Edu-
cation program, grades
K-6. Call 904-964-6387
if interested.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CLASS A OR B CDL.
Clean record. WCC Site
Development, 352-485-
2779.


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nursing.
Computer literate.
Salary based on
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benefits.
Application
Deadline: Open
until filled.
College
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required.
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4 earn KH softball awards
Five awards were handed out to four varsity players at the Keystone Heights High
School softball program's end-of-the-year banquet. (L-R) Sam Sibley received the
Outstanding Hitting Award, Cortney Casas received the Scholar Athlete and Hustle
awards, Ryan Story received the Most Improved Offense Award and Kim Russell
received the Most Improved Defense Award.


A trip to state
The Bradford 8-under girls all-star softball team won its district, earning the right
to compete in the state tournament, which was held July 3-7 at Diamond Sports
Park in Gainesville. Pictured are: (front row, I-r) Shianne Cassels, Laura Young,
McKenzie Beck, Antwane Mitchell, Kriste.O Canid,,( miderpy-,,l-r) Savana
Shealey, Harli Phillips, Amanda Young, Summer Fulgham, Markayla Sanford,
Grace Johns, Jenna Ritch, (back row, I-r) coach Angel Shealey, coach Harvey
Phillips and coach Terry Beck.


Bradford
Roadrunners
cap AAU
season
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford Roadrunners
Track Club recently completed
the AAU season at the state
meet in Winter Park.
In the sub-youth division,
Kenny Dinkins was 14"' with a
time of 13.26. He also placed
third in the triple jump
(32'1.5") and seventh in the
400m (60.2).
Chauncey Goodman placed
16" in the youth division with
a time of 13.36, while Isaiah
Jamison and Reggie Thomas
were 15' and 17[h,
respectively, in the
intermediate division with
times of 11.69 and 11.86.
Also in the intermediate
division, Deantre Burch was
eighth in the long jump
(19'10.25") and Jimmy
Hankerson 11"h in the 400m
(53.97). The 4xl00m relay
team of Hankerson, Jamison,


Burch and Thomas placed
fourth with a time of 44.86.
Coach John Loper wished to
express his thanks to those
who made donations to the
program outside of Wal-Mart
and Winn-Dixie and to those
who contributed to the club's
car wash. Thanks also go to
Charisma Calloway and
Bridget Holder for taking the
club members to the state
meet, while a special thank
you goes to Bruce and Teresa
Jackson for a generous
donation, Loper said.
Cross country conditioning
is currently going at Mondays-
Fridays from 8 a.m. until 10
a.m. Anyone interested in
being a part of the team should
see Loper at the track shack
during that time span.


Free physical
for Bradford
athletes are
Tuesday
The Bradford County
Department of Health will be
providing free physical for


Bradford Middle School and
Bradford High School athletes
Tuesday,July 15.
Physicals will be provided at
the health department from 5
p.m. until 8 p.m.


Legals
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford County Code
Enforcement Board will hold their
regular meeting on Tuesday, July
15, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. in the
County Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse. An agenda for
this meeting may be, obtained from
the Office of the County Manager
in the north wing of the
Courthouse.
7/10 ltchg


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford" County Board of
County Commissioners will hold
their regular meeting on Thursday,
July 17, 2008, at 6:30 p.m. in the
County Commission Meeting Room
at the Bradford County
Courthouse. The Calendar of
Meetings and Agenda for this
meeting may be found on the
County's website at www.bradford-
co-fla.org or may be obtained from
the County Manager's Office in the
north wing of the Courthouse.
7/10 1tchc


Pfc. Crowe
graduates
Army National Guard Pfc.
Amanda L. Crowe has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
She is the daughter of Louie
Crowe of Titusville and the
niece of Glenda Cribbs of
Starke.
Crowe is a 2006 graduate of
Bradford High School.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill and
ceremony, marching, rifle
marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and
field training exercises.


Travis Myers

Myers
graduates
basic training
Air Force Airman Travis P.
Myers has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base, San '
Antonio, Texas.:
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied the
Air Force mission,
organization, military customs
and courtesie, performed drill
and ceremony marches,.
received physical training, rifle.
marksmanship, field training
exercises and special training
in human relations.
Myers is the son of Dennis'
and Susan Myers of Lake
Butler, and he is a 2007
graduate of Union County
High School.


Andrews graduates

from Marion Military
Robert Paul Andrews of Starke graduated from
Marion Military Institute's junior college on May 10
with an associate of science degree. Andrews (right)
is pictured above receiving his diploma from Col. Jim
Benson.




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