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Noteworthy


Artists sought
for logo contest
Can ou dran ? Main Street Starke,
lte. is looking for the logo for
Ithe Uth Annual RiadJlord County
Stracire fetstiial planned for
April 18 and 19, 2009. Drawings on
most mediums and graphic work is
.,',y -.cerveJ now\,
The a"i.er il be selected by a
pa p,'iWges. and ill win $200.
The tog~ will appear on posters,
T-shiirts and most media associated
with the :v',,in of the festival.
Dcadiii'e for submission is Aug.
15 and the winner will be notified
Aug. 18.
For more inforrat-von about the
contest, please call Kim ,at 904)
964-5278.



Meet th4
candidates at
Melrose rally
I The Melrose Business and
Community Association and Historic
Melrose Inc. are holding a campaign
rally to meet the candidates on
Thursday, July 17, from 5:30 to 8 p
m. at Melrose Heritage Park.
This informal rally will feature
candidates.., for local offices from
Alachua, Bradford, Clay and Putnam
counties. Candidates are asked to
bring their campaign literature,
tables, chairs, etc.
Don't miss this great opportunity
to meet and greet the candidates and
the citizens of Melrose.
For more information about the
Melrose Business and Community
Association, please visit www.
melrosefl. com/mbea, or e-mail
mbca@melrosefl.com.



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
four weeks, beginning Monday, July
21.
_For more information, contact the
ad department at (904) 966-6243.



Bradford
Democrats meet
July 21
The Bradfrnrd County Democratic
Execuci'kv Committee will meet at
5:30 p.m. 'n Monday, July 21, in the
boardroom of the Santa Fe College
Anfdrs,. Center.
.I e ,.r,rnrmmtee-i', meeting a week
early because of thne upcoming
Candidates Forum,
The Bradford IDjL represents
the Democratic voters of Bradford
County. There are openings for
committeemen or committeewomen
in some precincts. For further
information about being a precinct
repres'n.ibi;e or about the DEC,
contact DEC Chair Judy Becker at
(194i 782-3502.



ARC requests
thrift store
donations
A ihrifi store is coming soon to
the ARC of Bradford County. A
driver is available to pick up your
tax-deductible donations. Please call
(904i 964-7699 to schedule a pickup
or drop-off.


School uniforms praised and criticized


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

School board members and
administrators were silent in the
face of both praise and criticism
over a pilot project requiring all
Bradford Middle School students
to wear a designated uniform this
coming school year.
The board did not waiver in its
previous support for the program,
however, voting unanimously to add
the program requirements to the
student code of conduct. (Board
Member Stacey Creighton was
absent for family medical reasons.)
The uniform restricts the type of-
clothing sixth-, seventh- and eighth-
graders must wear to specific colored
polo shirts and slacks, or shorts,
skirts-and- capris -*of appropriate
length.
More than an hour of public
comment in a public hearing and
subsequent board meeting found the
audience pretty evenly split over
school uniforms, although those in
favor of uniforms said they were
more representative of how parents
felt countywide.
Cindy Carlton said she fully
supported the uniform dress code
for the middle school. She said it
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of her pocket but less hassle with the
kids trying to decide what to wear
each da\.
Carlton said the social pressure
on kids over clothing is present in
elementary school and worse by the
time they reach middle and high
school. Because of that, she said,
kids don't feel they are accepted.
She also said she doesn't feel that
school board members are trying to


take anyone's rights away.
"I believe they have carefully'
researched, discussed and thought
long and hard on this dress code,"
Carlton said. Instead of having to
fight with parents over the dress


code, she said parents should get
behind the board as its members
have more pressing concerns to
address.
Carlton and others like Theresa
Fugatt expressed dismay over styles
of clothing and dress that show
off body parts and expose them to
sexual harassment.
"Why put your child out in that
position- to be harassed?" Fugatt
asked.
David Rodgers was thrilled to
have spent just $80 on five sets of
uniforms, but acknowledged that
even that may be too much for
some parents. Still he was confident
that a tight-knit community like this
would come together to support
.those parents by providing financial
assistance. He and Marney Best both
urged-the board to follow through
"with its support for the program,
saying there was no harm in trying
it for a year.
BMS teacher Gayle Weaver said
she supports the uniform policy. She
said a thousand ills could be cured
if teachers and administrators didn't
have to spend time deciding whether
a particular sleeve worn by a student
was long enough to satisfy the dress
code.
See UNIFORMS, p. 2A



Sheriff

candidates

discuss

credentials

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Bradford county candidates for
sheriff left most of the digging to the
workers trying to clear up a drainage
issue near the rain-soaked park in
Lawtey where the county's latest
political rally was held July 12.
Throughout the ,rally and with
rare exception, candidates spoke in
a predetermined order, but when the
time came for the sheriff's candidates
to speak, a child drew names to
determine the order. Lawtey City
Councilman Carlton Jones said he
.was just trying to keep everyone
happy;
Mike Juliano was up first. The
Republican candidate spoke to
questions about his family life by
saying he is. in fact, married, and
he and his wife have a 3-,year-old
daughter. He became a first-time
father at the age of 54.
The retired Florida Highway
Patrol subdistrict commander said
as a fiscal conservative he believes
in spending taxpayer money wisely,
efficiently and with the public's
knowledge of .what that money
is being:spent on. He reiterated a
promise to hold quarterly meetings
as sheriff during which he would
deliver citizen updates and address
public concerns.
"Nobody knows better what's
going on in your particular area
of the county than you do, and
your input is very valuable to me,"
Juliano said.
According to Juliano, he would
not only have zero tolerance for
crime as sheriff, he .would also have
zero toleranceTor those .Vho6 commit
the crimes.
"I don't care who you are, don't
care who you're related to. don't care
who you know-not even if you're
another law enforcement officer. It
doesn't matter. If you commit a
crime, you're going to he arrested."
he said. He said he believes in fair
and equal enforcement.
In addition to 25 years with the
highway patrol. Juliano said he's
been involved in youth ministries
for 40 years and wants to apply the
same philosophy of working with
kids as a method to prevent crime.
See SHERIFF, p. 4A


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


It's one thing for a teenager to work
a summer job and quite another wheh
that teen graduates and attempts to
find permanent employment.
A FloridaWorks program annually
helps Bradford County teenagers in
both cases.
The FloridaWorks Youth Program
places teens-especially high school
juniors and seniors-at various job
sites in Bradford County during the
summer, allowing them to experience
a work environment and earn a
paycheck. The program's scope
transcends the summer, though, as
participants take classes that teach
them such skills as preparing a resume
and preparing for a job interview.
"The whole concept is for us to get
these students ready to go to work,"
said Joy Jacobs, one of the program's
career managers.
This year. 47 Bradford County
teens are participating in the program.
Those teens are working or have
worked at 20 job sites, including
several of the county's schools.


several daycare centers, the Starke
Recreation Department, the Bradford
County Health Department, the
Department of Children and Families
and the YMCA.
Several employers are annual
participants who look forward to
giving the teenagers an opportunity
to work. Linda Bryant, the owner
of Bradford Pre-School, said every
youth program participant she has had
has been fantastic. She is impressed
with how prepared they are ahead
of time before starting their jobs and
thinks the program is a real benefit.
"I think they learn a lot of
responsibility," Bryant said.
Christy Reddish, the principal of
Starke Elementary School, has had
youth program participants work
at the school ever since she's been
principal. They are a big help in
that they help complete tasks that
the school would otherwise have
difficulty with because of the lack of
staff during the summer, she said.
Three teens worked at the school
this year: one performed clerical
duties, while the other two worked
with the school's custodial staff.


"They were wonderful Reddish
said. "They came in here ready to
work."
Assistant Principal Brenda
Donaldson was impressed with the
students as well, saying, "Needless to
say, we're going to ask for additional
students next year."
Jacobs said the program is of
benefit to area employers, and not just
because it provides those employers
with help during the summer.
"We're trying to help'the employers
see that this is our job pool," Jacobs
said. "This is who's coming out to be
our employees. If we don't train them
now. when they get out there in the
work force, they're not going to be
able to function and be contributing
people."
That's why employers are
encouraged to do more than just
allow program participants to work at
their sites. They are invited to attend
the classes that take place throughout
the year and talk to students about
how to be better employees and what
they. as employers; want to see out of
prospective employees.
See WORK, p. 3A


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Loretta Jackson Is a FloridaWorks program participant who Is spending her summer learning
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Etiquette

camp

enrolling

'campers'

now
They'll not fling hot dogs
and marshmallows at this
-.-summer camp. ...
.This summer, Starke-area
Parents again have a decidedly
more-dignified choice when
it comes to selecting summer
enrichment for children and
teens. The Florida Academy
of, Etiquette and Protocol is
enrolling students, ages 5
to 17, in Summer Etiquette
Camp.
The program is scheduled
for July 28-Aug. I at the Starke
Woman's Club.
Among the topics, etiquette
Scampers also build confidence
and proficiency in:
a Greetings and
"' handshakes.
Conversational skills.
13 Showing appreciation
and being thankful.
a Showing patriotic
pride.
a Honoring and obeying
parents and God's other
"., nine rules.
a Navigating and
identifying place
settings.
SEating difficult foods.
Thank you notes.
a The 65 Dining
Manners.
: a Proper manners at
restaurants, parties,
teas, church, the theater
and on the telephone.
Children and preteens will
meet daily from 9 a.m. to noon;
teens will meet from 1 p.m.to4
p.m. The program includes 15
hours of etiquette instruction,
a student workbook, daily
snack,, a mid-week tutorial
lunch; a formal graduation
luncheon and more.
S Cost is $150 per student and
$100 for additional siblings for
the one-week program, which
is sponsored by the Santa Fe
S .Community College Bradford
SCounty Patrons-and the Starke..
Woman's Club. Please contact,
_I"thrynr Lehman at Santa Fe
College, (904) 964-5382, for
more information.


Dinner at

VFW Post
a VFW Post 1016 and the
Ladies Auxiliary will share
a meeting at 7 p.m. tonight,
Thursday, July 17, at the Post
S home at 250 N. Bay St. in
Starke.
''Eligible veterans with
Scampaignmedals,theirspouses
and relatives are invited to
. attend.
Chairpersons and committee
members are needed for Labels
4 Education, special events,
the Commander's Dinner,
. hospitality, the newsletter, the
color guard and the retiring of
colors.
Members are reminded of
the Ocala workshop on July
18-19.
If you have been absent from
one of more meetings, your
presence was missed, and your
participation is needed. If you
can help, come to meetings
on the third Thursday of the
month, or e-mail seab01@
hotmail.com.

PCT apps

available
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center will
have applications available
to individuals interested in
applying for the Patient Care
Technician program beginning
this week.
The. 600-hour course will
runl the entire length of the
regular school year, broken
into seven components: basic
health care, certified nursing
assistant, home technologist
aide, patient care assistant,
allied health assistant,


advanced allied health assistant
and patient care technologist.
Acceptable scores on the
TABE test are an application
requirement. Due to budget
cuts, the TABE test will only
be given three times during the
summer. Call now to schedule
a time slot for testing to
avoid missing the application
deadline. The last day to
pick up an application will be
Thursday, July 24.
To register, come by or call
(904) 966-6770.


UNIFORMS
Continued from p. 1A

"I believe that our job there
is to teach the children,"
Weaver said. "If this is a small
attempt at trying to better our
educational process, then I say
go forward."
Among .Athe.- heaviest
criticisms aimed at the
school board was the lack
of public involvement in the
decision made and the lack
of notification that the school
board was even taking up the
issue. Kevin Parsons said it
showed a lack of respect for
the community. When the
print deadline was missed
for publishing notice of the
previous workshop, he said it
should have been canceled and
rescheduled.
Parsons and others objected
to the use of statistics from
other school districts that only
tell part of the story. He also
warned that uniforms could
become a cost burden upon
the school district if it has to
provide, uniforms for families
that cannot afford them.
Those costs could be the
least of the district's financial
concerns, however, since
Parsons said the board could
expect "a legal and financial
nightmare" for its decision to


violate parents' rights.
"The Bradford School
Board, in passing this school
Uniform policy, has made it
quite clear to the parents' of
Bradford County that they are -
incapable. of-. making proper
choices when it comes to the
school attire of their'children.
This is insensitive, and most
importantly, this -is. wrong,"
Parsons said, adding that a
complaint had' been filed with
the American Civil Liberties
Union and names arc being
collected .for the potential'
filing of a lawsuit against the


district.
Amy Robinson said the
board's tactics were "sneaky"
and "underhanded."
"You talk about the parents'
influence on the children
and the parents' participation
in .their lives, then you turn
around and do this and snatch
that away. It's wrong. That is
my child, not yours," Robinson
said.
She was one of the parents to
refute the idea that-forcing them
to buy uniforms would save
families money and pointed
out that clothes for larger kids


cost more money. Another
parent, Julie Martin talked of
the pressure overweight kids
would face if forced to wear
the prescribed uniform.
Martin said there are other
options that could have been
explored, like teen court for
dress code violators-, before
forcing all' middle-schoolers to
wear uniforms.
"You could put some of
these kids in a nun outfit. It's
not going to make a difference
if they're in khakis and a polo.
They're going to do what
they're going to do," she said.


The Uniform Code
For the 2008-2009 school year Bradford Middle School will enter a pilot program for
school uniforms. The style and parts of the uniform will be determined by the Bradford
County School Board and listed in the Code of Student Conduct. All students shall
conform to the adopted standard. The following items are approved for wear under
this program:
1. Students will wear a polo-type shirt (with a collar) without logos. (Logos for school-
sponsored teams or activities may be worn only with the approval of the principal.)
Only the top button of shirts mav be unfastened and shirt tails shall be tucked in
pants, slacks, shorts, skirts or capris. The top button must meet the requirement of
fastening at the base of the neck. Colors will be limited to red, navy, gray and white.
2.' Slacks will be khaki, black or navy (no denim) with traditional four pockets or
less.
Shorts and.skirt-or capris will conform tobOe. same colors and number of pockets-
as slacks and shall be hemmed to the top of the knee or below.
3. All other rules under the Code of Student Conduct regarding the appropriate wear
of clothing for school will still apply under this program. Shirts, pants, slacks, shorts
or skirts will be sized appropriate to the size of the individual.
This program may be amended during the school year to allow the program to be
enforced fairly and equitably. Parents will be notified prior to changes taking place.


Five in race to oversee Bradford schools


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The race for superintendent
of schools is wide open with
no fewer than five candidates
seeking the post.
Candidates spoke to voters
at a rally held in the city of
Lawtey last Saturday.
Republicans seeking to
represent the party in.the race
-for superintefidenit of schools
include Evelyn Chastain,
who told the crowd what they
could expect from her if she
is elected, including bwing-ja
cheerleader fof achievements
like improved school grades,
As someone who has overseen
a school undergoing a change
in leadership, she said she
could keep up the district's
forward momentum.
Chastain she would have a
deep concern for safety. and
school facilities, and voters
can expect she would address
concerns about consistent
discipline and spend taxpayer
dollars wisely, cutting the
administrative budget at the
district office to a greater
percentage than the schools'
budgets.
She said when you haven't
been in a leadership role, it's
easy to tell people what you
plan to do, but when you've
held that role as she has
as a school principal, it is
more difficult to make those
declarations because, you
understand it's important that
everyone buy into proposed
changes. Chastain said voters
can expect she will make the
tough decisions with input
from the community and in a
timely manner.
They can even expect that
she will make mistakes along
the way, she said, but also
her 100 percent c6nimitment
to being a leader they can be
proud of.
Beth Moore said she is..
genuinely. committed to
Bradford schools and will have
high expectations if elected
superintendent.. Schools are
obligated to provide. safe and
orderly learning environments,
and she said she plans to
work closely with local law
enforcement to make ,sure
.that everything step possible
is taken to make the schools
safe.
Consistent discipline is her
top priority, she said, because
when _students- -misbehave,
they waste teachers' time and
prevent others from learning.
Having highly qualified,.
teachers in every classroom


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offering rigorous instruction
and providing opportunities to
learn real job skills are among
her plans for education in the
county.
Moore said her education
and experience would allow
her to run the system efficiently
and provide for the district's
needs.
Linda Sheffield, the third
Republican candidate, talked of
the long-standing commitment
of Lawtey and surrounding
communities to their schools,
and how jit would take those
-communities working with
the new superintendent to
make a positive difference in
education.
"Folks, we all want the.
same things for our students,
but we've got to get on the
same page, and that's not what
we're-doing right now," said
Sheffield.
She said for 28 years she's
worked with elementary- to
college-age students here
and stayed in Bradford even
when offered teaching and
administrative positions
elsewhere.
While the county should
be proud of improvements in
school grades, she highlighted
a less favorable statistic,asking-
why the graduation rate has
fallen 4 percent since 2006.
Between the college, dual
enrollment opportunities and
career academies, the district
has high educational standards,
so she asked what,the problem
is and why the graduation rate
is dropping.
Sheffield said if she is elected
superintendent, she would be
visible in every school, talk to'
every community, and make'
sure that both disciplinary
and educational plans are
consistent. Communication
would be open and honest,
and she would not waffle in
her commitment, she said.
As an educator, -she said
she has provided stability
and high academic standards,
shown commitment to local
schools and quality education
for all children, and she asked
voters to support a candidate
who caredenough about their
student to' stay in Bradford
County.
Former County Manager
Jim Crawford spoke for his
friend Jim Biggs, Democratic
candidate for'superintendent,
who was under the weather
and could not attend the rally.
Crawford spoke of Biggs'
education and experience as
a superintendent in Kentucky,
where Crawford said he did


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"an outstanding job" after
being appointed following a
highly competitive search.
For that reason, Crawford
said, he knew Biggs had the
qualifications to do the job in
Bradford County.
Now Biggs heads
Communities in Schools of
Bradford County, where -
Craw'ford said Biggs helped,
bring millions of dollars to the
county to support education.
and programs like Take Stock
in Children. Crawford satd
'Biggs supports educational
excellence, discipline and
pride in the school system.
Speaking from personal
experience, Crawford said he.
knew there were improvements
to be made to the system and-
Biggs is the one wiho can make .
them. -
Rellen Clark is Biggs
opponent- for the Democratic
nomination for superintendent.
She said she was born and
raised in Lawtcy and worked
for the school board for 16
years and for the government
for 15 years. A master's degree
holder with a background in
elementary education, Clark
said the reason said she wants
to. be superintendent to deal
with issues like the dropout
rate, and parent, community
and church involvement.
I believe a community
needs all of that to make the
school system work," she
said.
Clark said one of the
questions she's been asked
while campaigning is why a
new school was built in Lawtey
and then the upper grades
moved to the middle school, a
decision the school board made
for budgetary reasons. Even if
the community couldh't- have:
done anything to change the.
outcome, it still should have
been involved in the decision,
Clark said.
Discipline, parenting and
safety are also issues of great


concern to her,
she said, and she
suggested children
be involved
in monitoring
discipline
problems.
"A lot of
children like to
be in control,"
'she said, adding
all children are
achievers, and none
of them should be
left behind.
Republicans
and Democrats
will each choose
a' candidate in the
Aug. 26. primary
to advance to the


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Ken DeWitt said the lines
between the have and have-
nots would not be erased by
uniforms.
"The have-nots are going
to be a little dirtier. They're
going to have more holes in
their shirts because they had
to wear them extra, they had
to work in them, they had to
go play ball or they had to go
to the after-school program in
that shirt that got tore," DeWitt-
said. He and others asked the
board to continue enforcing
the existing dress code.
Still others said if uniforms
were going to be required at
one school, they should be
required at all schools..
Uniforms were originally
discussed as an option for
students at the Renaissance
Center. Students assigned
to the alternative school in
the longer-term Renaissance
program will be required to
wear the uniforms as well.
Those assigned to the more
temporary Bridge program
will not have to wear uniforms
but must still comply with the
regular dress code.
Another requirement of all
secondary school students
approved Monday night states
that the neck of any shirt or
top must be as the base of the
neck/collarbone.


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WORK
Continued from p. 1A
"If you don't tell them what
you're looking for, they're not
going to know how to react --
or how to comply with what
you're after," Jacobs said.
Besides learning about how
to prepare a resume and how
to act during a job interview,
students also learn how to
improve their communication
skills-written and oral-how
to prepare their taxes and how
to prepare a budget for both
time and money.
Jacobs said participants
really seem to enjoy learning
such skills.
"They just absorb it because
they want to do this so much to
better themselves," she said.
Some, participants get the
chance to take trips throughout
the year. For example, some
students who had received
"excellent" evaluations at the Dona
conclusion of their summer \
employment were taken on pal
an overnight trip to Disney
World.
Students have also attended
computer camps, learning
computer skills and leaving
the camp with new laptop
computers and printers.
"We do a lot of different
things," program participant
Donald Pilgrim said.
There is no denying,
however, that one of the things
participants enjoy the most is
earning money. Pilprim, who
i ...--. ,i oobkat's, said
that is one of his favorite things
about the program. j
What Pilgrim and other
participants may not necessarily
notice, however, is that they .
go through a transformation.
Marcia Culverson, who is a
career manager with the
program, has seen how different
the participants are at the end of
their summer employment. ,, Depar
"They're more outgoing,"
Culverson said. "They
have more confidence in
themselves."
Pilgrim, who is in his second NeG
year of the program, said he has
learned how to work with other S m (
people and what it takes to be a I
dedicated employee. As he put C a
it, no one else makes him go ton
to work. t0n
"You have to make yourself The
go," he said. cessati
Pilgrim worked at the North the Bi
?Florida Regional Chamber of Depart
Commerce last year, performing Thursd
such skills as answering the each
,phone and making copies. This
*year, at Bobkat's, he's bussing SE
tables and helping prepare
food.
"And I definitely wash
dishes," he said.
Some participants want to
work at the same job site they
worked at previously-some
employers request certain LOCA
participants return the following OWN
year-but Jacobs said she and
the other career managers try to P.O. B
place participants in different Keysto
job sites each year so that they
gain different experiences. That
Sway, some participants may get
more of an idea of what they
would like to do in the future.
Sometimes, participants find
a certain career field interests
-them even though they didn't If y(
think so previously. Jacobs then
talked of one Gainesville teen Stark
who was convinced she did
noti want to work in a daycare mp
center for the simple reason Pam
she did not get along with her
brothers and sisters. Jacobs told
the teen she would not know
for ure she didn't want to
work with children if she didn't
try it.
,,. she wants to go and
;'fe her childcare development
1,i. n,'." Jacobs said.
r,;;:,iIrr:i Jenkins, who
f..irii,.iFl.til- in the program
lat ..'**,' admitted she was not
necessarily thinking of working
w th children. However, after
working at Bradford Pre-
..r',,\,, she can see childcare
a. a possible career. In fact, she
e turned to work at Bradford
*' -.',r. h," I this year-outside C
f the FloridaWorks program.
l' I started here, I liked it


a lot," Jenkins said, adding, "I
didn't want to leave the kids."
Whatever Jenkins chooses to
do with her life, she said she
is better prepared to face her
future after going through the
FloridaWorks program.
"It will help you in the long:
run," she said.
If you would like to know
more about the program and its I
requirements for participation,
please call Culverson at (904)
964-8092, ext. 111. 0


ald Pilgrim prepares to wash dishes at Bobkat's.
Pilgrim is one 47 Bradford County teenagers
rticipating in the FloridaWorks Youth Program.


It's storytime
at Bradford
Pre-School.
Deandrea
Jenkins, a past
participant
in the
FloridaWorks
Youth
Program,
prepares to
read to (1-r)
Zachary Setzer,
Timothy Taylor
and Natalie
Lagasse.
Below right,
Eunece Blye
supervises
children
as they
participate in
outdoor games
and activities
at the YMCA
Summer Camp
at Southside
Elementary
School.


Cyanna Lott is spending her summer working with the Starke Recreation
rtment's summer day camp. She is shown here supervising youngsters playing
table games.


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The class will be held at
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Library at 456 W. Pratt St.
in Starke .and is open to both
smokers and users of 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.


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SHERIFF
Continued from p. 1A

He said he would meet \%%ith
any youth or parent group as
sheriff to help bring up kids to
be "strong. honest citizens "
Democrat Randall Zipperer
. -saidthe'mostimpOrlant rlihng in
the sheriff's ofl ice is character.
Without that \ou don't ha'e a
leader, he said
"You have -someone n how's
in the office, muddling through
the job, directing deputies in a
half-hearted manner." Zipperer
said.
He spoke of his education
and experience in corrections.
on the street. in probation
and parole and personnel.
plus more than 20 \ears of
leadership experience in the
military.
Zipperer said the sheriff's
. office will be facing ihe need
for innovative thinking in
the face of budget cuts, and
that requires someone % ho is
familiar with the budgeting
process as he is.
"I'm very familiar % ilh %hat
it takes to run an operation that
size, with what it takes to run
a business that size. And that's
what the sheriff's office is-a
business," he said. Without
that it will come unglued, he
added.


Zipperer said he has
the qualities, capabilities,
professional leadership
background and experience to
manage the sheriff's office.
Next up was Democratic
candidate Gordon Smith, chief
of police in Starke for the past


said by now most people have
heard the candidates speak or
have seen their platforms and
know that they all make similar
claims, from accessibility to
being tough on crime.
"When you get down to
it, the issues really shouldn't


seven years. atecti now you vote,. because
"I served my community everybody's claiming they're
for over 21 years right here, going to dq the same thing.
rubbing elbow to elbow every Whatyouneedtofocusonisthe
day, I don't have to walk qualifications, experience and
around with my name on my character of the candidates,"
shirt because people know Barnes said.
who I am," Smith said. Voters aren't choosing a
Without a demonstrated homecoming king but someone
commitment to the county, he who will be responsible for
said you only have promises, their safety for the next four
and promises get broken. The years, he added.
only promise he's, making,, "You're. not basing your.._
he said, is an unprecedented vote off of frjendship,kinshfip,
working relationship ,.etween.-- --hether- ,ou went to school
.-:--' w enIforcement agencies with somebody, how many
in the county. A step in that babies they kissed, how many
direction, the consolidation of hands they shook. Your vote
communications, has already ought to be an informed vote,
been accomplished, your vote on a man that can do
He dared anyone to explore the job," said Barnes.
his record, including his Just about anybody can run
personnel file, saying he had a law enforcement agency
nothing to hide. when things are going well,
"I don't talk about what I but what about when tragedy
want to do. I've been doing it," strikes, Barnes said. Speaking
Smith said. of crimes like abduction and
He bragged on the police murder, he said there have
department's budget, saying been such incidents in Bradford
it was one of the lowest in County and law enforcement
the state among comparable hasn't always handled them
departments, as well as the well.
crime rate, which is less than "You need to be careful of
half what it was in 1996. .how you make your decision,
"I don't have to get up here who you vote for. It can
and get ugly. I don't have to mean the difference between
get up here and talk about the life and death. It can mean
other candidates, because you the difference between the
know what? I'm not running offender being brought to
against them. I'm running for justice, or it can mean the
the office of sheriff," Smith difference between a wrong
said. person being falsely charged,"
Speaking last was Smith's he said.
verbal sparring partner at the Stressing the seriousness
Hampton rally, Republican of the election, Barnes talked
candidate David Barnes. He about his law enforcement and


Parent ed

program

at Starke

Elementary
Starke Elementary parents
can learn how to grow their
children's academic skills
during the summer with the
Math Matters and Reading
Rocks program that will take
place Monday, July 28, at 7
p.m.
Refreshments will be
provided, so come have fun
and learn with your child.


Nelson reps
7 e Ure July 30
Representatives from
Sen. Bill Nelson's office
will hold office hours with
Bradford County residents
on Wednesday, July 30, from
10:30-noon in the planner's
office in the north wing of the
courthouse.
Anyone may attend to
speak with representatives,
particularly those who need
help with a federal issue.
For more information, call
(904) 346-4500.


military experience, including
being a combat veteran,
earning more than 1,500 hours
of specialized law enforcement
training, graduating five
military leadership academies
with honors and attaining the
rank of command sergeant
major, the highest rank in the
military.
Responding to prior attacks
that he had left the county'to
pursue his law enforcement
career, he said like other
professionals such pursuing
careers in. law and medicine,
he went to Clay County for
the training and education he
would need to come back, lead
the sheriff's office and "take
it-to ariother level." In seven
years he said he's gone from
deputy sheriff to lieutenant, an
accomplishment that normally
takes 15-20 years, and is also a
tactical operations commander
for the Clay Sheriff's Office
SWAT Team
Working for that agency,
which responds to more
service calls in a month than
Bradford handles in a year, he
said he's been exposed to more
law enforcement incidents than
any other candidate.
Speaking of his character,
Barnes discussed his family
and his commitment the
principle of equality and fair
and equal law enforcement for
everyone, adding he wouldn't
compromise his integrity to
win the election.
Part one of that election will
take place with the primary
on Aug. 26. Republicans will
vote for their candidate, and
Democrats will choose theirs.
The winners will then face
each other on Election Day in
November.
Another rally in Melrose
will take place tonight,
Thursday, July 17, at 5:30 p.m.


in Heritage Park. Then the
Candidates Forum sponsored
by several local groups will be
held at the Santa Fe College
Cultural Building on Call
Street in Starke on Tuesday,
July 29, at 7 p.m. It will also.
be broadcast on WEAG.


Register by

July 28
New voters have through
Monday, July 28, to register.


This is also the deadline that works in conjunction with
for changing political party the electronic check-in system
affiliation, known as Electronic Voter ID.
Fill out and mail a Florida
voter registration form, Look for
available at all government
offices, public assistance sample ballots
offices, libraries and banks. Confused about whch races
You may re quegLsC~a-form-by' tConfused about which races
_.caHyig-'1Fe supervisor of you'll be voting in? Check
elections office at (904) 966- your voter registration card
6266. You may also register in for the number of your voting
person at that office or online precinct, and then keep an eye
at www.bradfordelections. out for the sample ballots the
elections office will release in -
com. the near future.
You must be a U.S. citizen, the near future a print
18 years of age and a legal Instead of a vertisementinthenewspaperint
Florida resident. advertisement i the newspaper,
In addition to changes in the sample ballots will appear
party,voters should notify as a special insert in the Aug.
party, 7oitss ue
the supervisor of elections of 7 i voting household also
changes in name or address. receives a sample ballot by
Receives a sample ballot by
A 11- mail.


Absentees
and early

voting
Any registered and
qualified voter may request
an absentee ballot in person,
by phone, by mail and at
www.bradfordelections.com.
Immediate family members
and legal guardians may also
request an absentee ballot for
voter.
Absentee ballots must
be received back by the.
supervisor of elections by 7
p.m. on the day of the election.
The primary election is Aug.
26. The general election is
Nov. 4.
Early voting for primary
will take place in the county
commission meeting room in
the north wingofthecourthouse
Aug. 11-23, Monday through.
Saturdayf.Jrom 8:30 a.m. to
.4:30(p.m. each day.
The elections office will
be debuting a new ballot-on-
demand system for early voting


Vote in Honor

of a Veteran
Supervisor of Elections
Terry Vaughan's Vote in Honor
of a Veteran program exists to
encourage voter participation
and remind .everyone of- the
sacrifices veterans of the
Armed Forces have made to
ensure a free and democratic
society for Americans.
Veterans, their family
members and friends may
submit a photograph and
complete a short biography
of the vet they wish to honor
at the supervisor of elections
office. A scanned copy of that
photograph will appear on
the Wall of Honor outside the
elections office, and in return,
the person will receive a Vote
in Honor of a Vet pin to wear
that will encourage others to
exercise their right to vote.


NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY
BELOW IS A LIST OF NAMES OF PERSONS THAT HAVE UNCLAIMED
CHECKS AT THE BRADFORD COUNTY CLERK OF THE COURT. MONEY
HAS TO BE CLAIMED NO LATER.THAN5-:O6P.M., TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBE _3Q2008. A-WRITTEN REQUEST HAS TO BE SUBMITTED
TO RAY NORMAN, CLERK OF THE COURT, P.O. DRAWER B, STARKE, FL


32091, ATTN: GWENN WILDS
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WITNESS CHECKS


53673
53677
53679
53690
53825
53834
53839
83842
53844
53849
53850
53962
53963
53965
53972
53973
53974
53975
53980
53986
53987
54060
54063
54066
54070
54071
54075
54077
54079
54085
54086
54087
54088
54090


5.18
5.96
7.40
17.18
12.80
9.20
9.80
6.80
5.60
6.08
5.24
5.18
5.18
5.90
8.60
5.12
6.20
7.40
5.48
5.24
6.50
6.80
5.72
9.20
5.96
5.00
9.08
5.18
5.00
6.80
5.72
5.60
5.36
5.30


Tiffany M. Mitchell
Dianne Ellington
Laura Dean
Christa Nelson (#H508)
Stetson P. Jowers
Joseph Ruby
Jessica Bertie
Donna Marie Jackson
Brian Frederick Perry
Ronald James Keedwell
Yolanda Michelle Taylor
Joyce Covington
Johnny Covington
Beathres C. Strickland
Lloyd Steve Lane
Brandon T. Jones
Brent Levon Johnson
Jeremy Alan Spaulding
Brandon L. Bright
Brianna Smith
Timothy Wayne Chase
Jewel Landy
Janet Tibbetts
Joyce McFather
Charles Laurie McKinney,Jr
Brandi Nicole King
Anthony Ray
Ricky Lin Stevenson
Rakesha Woods
Jimmy Hudnall
Brittany McKinley
Stonee Snelgrove
Louis Parks
Tiffany Crawford


TRAFFIC REFUND CHECKS


53722 $ 48.00
53723 $ 16.50
53734 $ 16.50
53781 $ 39.00
53783 $. 23.00
53784 $ 6.50
53785 $ 16.50
53791 $ 21.00
53914 $ 183.50
53923 $ 12.00
53942 $ 12.00
54033 $ 50.00
54035 $ 10.00
54036 $ 12.00
54135 $ 34.50
54137 $ 8.50
54150 $ 5.30
54153 $ 9.50
54157 $ 8.50
54158 $ 16.00
54162 $ 12.00
54165 $ 5.20
54263 $ 12.00
JUROR CHECKS --


53857
54204
64215
54426
54662
54821
54983
55115
55119


15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15,00
15.00
15.00
15.00
1500


Andrew Zerumsky
Jonathan Avdag Cordero
Grame Kyle McDonald
William Avery Johnson
Jery Matin Williams
Donald D. Roy
Ahmed Chadid
Brandon Joel Patty
Rhiannon Marie Thomas
Brendon Franklin Bok
Jerremiah Williams
Richard Alan Whisenant
Mallory E. Wolters
James Wilbur Addison
Oliva C. Gonzala
Robert Lavone Singleton
Celease Noel Williams
Joseph W. Lavoie
Andrew Marksimov
Suzanna Cabrera Green
Obed Belony
Daniel Joseph Augustin
Thomas Peter Martucci


James A. Boyer
James E. Barton
Regina W. James
Joseph E. Starling, II
Clifford Coley, Jr
Christina J. Grassam
Melinda M. W lmsley
Kenneth J. ClItty
Rebecca L. Hinson


VENDOR CHECKS RECORDING FEES


53905 $ 5,00
54004 $ 16,00
54240 $ 16.50
54468 $ 21.00
54962 $ 51.00
BOCC OUTSTANDING CHE(
84265 $ 13.20


Dustin Marine
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Shirley Carter


54100
54216
54217
54220
54222
54230
54322
54324
54333
54433
54442
54454
54566
54570
54575
54578
54714
54715
54718
54729
54734
54842
54865
54866
54867
54868
54996
54997
54998
55002
55006
55007
55008
55009
55011


5.18
14.60
6.68
6.80
5.96
5.84
6.44
5.24
6.44
5.24
6.02
5.00
7.70
5.24
5.12
6.20
5.60
5.60-
5.24
5.60
6.44
5.60
5.84
6.20
8.60
8,60
5.30
5.30
5.90
7.04
5.72
7.40
8.12
5.84
6.80


54272 $ 6.50
54286 $ 13.00
54375 $ 14.50
54377 $ 12.00
54385 $ 12.00
54389 $ .12.00
54495"$ 9.50
54508 $ 16.50
54509 $ 12.00
54516 $ 10.00
54523 $ 16.50
54606 $ 12.00
54785 $ 10.00
54900 $ 9.50
54902 $ 6.00
54903 $ 79.25
54915 $ 21.00
54920 $ 16.50
54926 $ 16.50
54942 $ 20.50
54945 $ 9.50
55044 $ ... -0:00
,.5505T- $ 12.50

RESTITUTION CHECKS
52179 $ 6.00


Ritchie Shane Landry
Lloyd Steve Lane
Tina Marie Wiggins
Susan Keedwell
Janet Smith
Charlene Anders
Nicole Carrie Larkin
Jill Bias
Rosa L. Crews Bruce
Travis Dekon King Covington
Brent Levon Johnson
Dawn Leveta Hall
Jay Baker
Pam Baird Hubbard
Jessie Albert Jones
Ricky Rodriquez
Ralph McKenzie
Steve Culver
Patricia Ann Corbitt
Tammie Langtry
Tyrail J. Slocum
Kelli Deann Johns
Robert Dwayne George
La'Nika Hampton
Jessie Albert Jones
Jennie Michelle Pennell
Randall Alvin Griffis, Jr.
Geraldine Lewis
Stephen Kyle Allen
Mary Ann Redmond
Alvin Bernard Tisdale
Andrew Brady
Thomas Davis
Lynda'C. Baker
Mary E. Colandrea

Ryan Ray Kink
Lisa Marie Mason
Mark Ronald Seven
Augustin Lorenzo, Jr.
Bradley Robert Gilks
Sandra Renee Pleasants
Jacqueline Wendy Hudson
Bobbie Renee Dyer
Marquita Vonshea Small
Kevin .Robert Gumz
John Michael Bowdoin
Margaret C. Combs
Jessie Sorim Mcintyre
Frank G. Maravigia
Robert H. Cartright
Jason L. Harden
Joshua James Beekman
John L. Maidlow
Devon Aloysivis Escoffery
Carmine Anthony Croce
Frederick Joseph Canella
Garrett Michael Smith
Harold Lezil Stuart


Robert Thomas


VENDOR CHECKS REGISTRY OF COURT


649 $ 100.00
698 $ 100.00
55033 $ 6.59
CASH BOND CHECKS
1797 $ 500.00
1799 $ 1.00
1800 $ 1.00
1805 $ 1.00


1807
1866
1870
1871
1875
1910
1913


1.00
175.00
1.00
1.00
215.25
1.00
1.00


Issac L. Levy, Esq
Village Medical Supplies, Inc
Jason Johns


Jose Lopez
Darlene Stafford
Misty Branch
Yilah Johnson
Amy Vinson
Antonio Lopez
Charles Prescott
Geraldine King
Nathaniel Carter
PeterKelsch
Judith Moody


Emily Adkins, daughter of state House candidate Janet Adkins, randomly chose the
order in which candidates for sheriff would speak for Lawtey City Council Member
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Rogers
returns from
national
masonry
match
Codey Rogers, a brick and
block masonry student at the
Bradford-cnto--Area Career
Technical Center, recently
returned from the National
Shills USA Competition in
Kansas City. He qualified
for the national competition
by winning the individual
competition for the stat of
Florida last spring.
The national contest brought
32 high school competitors
from all of the United States.
Whenthefinal buzzer sounded,
the judges ffspected each
student's work and awarded-
a score. Codey received 568.5
out of a possible 1,000 points,
which placed him 16th in the
competition. The winning
score was 798.3.
Codey's masonry teacher,
Mike Beville, made the trip
and said, "Codey just ran out
of time. If he had been able
to set the last five bricks he
would have easily finished in


FHP's Leeper
is PIO of the
Year
Florida Highway Patrol Lt.
Bill Leeper was selected as
the recipient of the PIO of
the Year award for 2008 by
the Florida Law Enforcement
Public Information Officers
Association. The award was
presented at the association's
annual training --conference
held in St. Augustine last
week.
The award was presented
by Florida Law Enforcement
Public Information Officers
Association President Keith
Kameg, PIO for Gainesville
Police Department and Vice'
President Carrie Rodgers,
PIO for Polk County Sheriff's
Office.
Leeper's daily service to


Campers learn
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banking
Operation Money Watch is a
four-day day camp designed to
teach 12- to 17-year old youth
about vitaljife skills regarding
banking, education careerss
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.
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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 Bapk, Federal
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hands-on learningopportunities
for dealing with money.
Cost is $40 per registrant,
and checks should be made out
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Contact Andrews Center
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Although must people know
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don't realize how dangerous
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Two types of smokeless
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but most users put the product
between their gum and cheek.
Smokeless tobacco contains
28 cancer-causing chemicals.
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as FHP's spokesperson, his
safety, education efforts,;) and,
his community involvement
and civic duties as the former
two-term mayor of Femrnandina
Beach made him stand out
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tobacco can lead "to-nicotine
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Nationwide estimated 3
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tobacco.1 Fortunately, the
prevalence of smokeless
tobacco use has decreased
from 10.1 percent in 2000 to
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make the trip again next year.
The school congratulated
Codey on his masonry
competition accomplishments


PIOs representing local, state
and federal law enforcement
agencies throughout Florida.
Leeper is also responsible
for the creation of several
traffic safety campaigns
and initiatives including
programs targeting distracted
drivers, youth alcohol and
elderly drivers. He has also
been recognized as a leader
in Florida seatbelt and child
restraint efforts.
Leeper has been a Florida
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31 years and has spent the past
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Officer for the nine-county
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professionalism," said Major
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The Florida Law
Enforcement Public
Information Officers
Association is a nonprofit
organization made up of
public information officers
from public safety agencies.
The goal of the association is
to advance the skill level of
public information officers so
they can better serve the public
and the professions involved in.
public safety. Membership is
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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 River Baptist Church,
located at 16703 S.W. 144th
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.
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.
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.
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.
Destiny Church of God by
Faith, 170 N.E. Ninth St. in
Williston, will kick off the
Seventh Annual Gospel Music
Festival with a free concert
featuring the 2008 Gospel


Fest Mass Choir, Youth 'N
Harmony and other special
guests on Sunday, July 27, at
6:30 p.m. The festival itself
will take place Saturday, Aug.
2, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Williston Elementary* School's
Auditorium, 801 S. Main St.
The free festival will feature
many performances from, local
musicians, food, clothing, and
arts and crafts vendors.
New Covenant Baptist
Ministries, 863 E. Brownlee
St., Starke, the Rev. Isaac P.
Brantley is pastor, will host
a Pre-family and Friends Day
Revival July 22-24, beginning
at 7 p.m. each night. The Rev.
Henry Ortiz, pastor of Magnolia
Missionary Baptist Church of
Raiford, will be the evangelist.
The public is'invited.
The public is cordially
invited to attend the Second
Annual Family & Friends Day
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Baptist Ministries, July 27,
beginning with church school at
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at 11 a.m. Dinner will be served
immediately following worship
services.The Rev.Alvin Greene
and St. Paul Missionary Baptist
Church of Lake City will be in
charge of the 4 p.m. service

Hope Baptist Church Golf
Tournament Fund Raiser for
Charlie James will be held
Saturday, Aug. 9, at Keystone
Heights Golf Club.All proceeds
will go to Charlie James. Lunch
will be provided. Deadline is
August 1,2008.
For more information, please
contact Joey Dampier at 904-
838-3393 or Hope Baptist
Church at 352-473-4188.

First Christian Church will
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monthly breakfast at IHOP
on U.S. 301 from 8-9 a.m.
Saturday, July 19. Men of all
ages are invited to come and
have breakfast, hear great
teaching, and stories from
Pastor Steven Hayes, as well
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LEGAL


.. NOTICES


1' "The more that government
S'L_ -becomes secret, the less it remains


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, FloridcJ
32091 at 11:00 a.m., on the 7i"
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 a,
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 isthe
Plaintiff 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
highest and best bidder for cash
at the Front Hall of the Bradford'
County Courthouse, 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091, at 11:00. a.m. on the 711
day of August, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND. LYING,
PARTLY IN THE SE 11 OF SECTION'
28 AND PARTLY IN THE NE A..
OF SECTION 33, TOWNSHIP
6 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
,CONCRETE MONUMENT FOUND
AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF SAID SECTION 33 AND RUN
SOUTH 01 DEGREES31 MINUTES
37 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE -EASTERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 65.00 .FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED, CONTINUE SOUTH
01 DEGREES 31 MINUTES
37 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,.
1243.26 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOUND AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
THE NE OF NE OF SAID
SECTION ,33; THENCE SOUTH
86 DEGREES. 49 MINUTES 57
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 641.60 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH
03 DEGREES 11 MINUTES 28
SECONDS WEST, 1308.51 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD FOUND ON
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION 33; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 03 DEGREES
11 MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST,
328.95 FEET TO AN IRON ROD
FOUND ON THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF COUNTY ROAD NO, 235;
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
BEING ON A CURVE TO THE
SOUTHEAST AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 2814.79 FEET;
THENCE NORTH-EASTERLY,
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY AND ALONG THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE, 272.11
FEET AS MEASURED ALONG
A CHORD HAVING A BEARING
OF NORTH 72 DEGREES 02
MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST.


TO A CON-CRETE MONUMENT
LOCATED AT THE END OF
SAID CURVE; THENCE rfORTH
74 DEGREES 44 MINUTES 06
SECONDS E/ T. /.1. (r', SAID
SOUTHERLY Ir fl lARY. 141.74
FEET TO A ."ET IRON ROO'
THENCE '-rji.HT, 6 I,' j r',
35 MINUTES 22 f-r, r, [:Afah
PARALLEL WITH HF F:r A.l-:l-I '


free."
James Russell Wiggins

BOUNDARY :OF SAID SECTION
28, A DISTANCE OF 428.56 FEET
TO AN IRON ROD. SET:ON THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARYOF SAID
SECTION 28; THENCE SOUTH
01 DEGREE 31 MINUTES -37
SECONDS EAST, PARALLELWITH
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF,
SECTION 33, A DISTANCE OF
65.00 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD;
THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES
53 MINUTES 48 SECONDS EAST,
275.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING: TOGETHER :WITH
THAT CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON, SERIAL
NUMBERS GAFL575A77377TW21.
& GAFL575B77377TW21. -;'
A/K/A 15789 SW COUNTY ROAD
235, BROOKER, FL 326220000. :
Any person claiming an. interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner .as
of the date of 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: Tasher Allen, Deputy Clerk
7/10 2tchg 7/17

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
S FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2008-CA-262
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY
SERVICES, INC.,
. Plaintiff,
vs.
DUANE A. HIBNER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF DUANE A. HIBNER;
JULENE HIBNER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JULENE HIBNER;
FREDDIE RHODEN; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF FREDDIE RHODEN;
FRANK HUNTER; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF FRANKK HUNTER;
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;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; ..
UNKNOWN TENANT #2; .
Defendantss. .
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, if
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
ofthe first publication of this Notice,
the nature of this proceeding, being
a suit' forforeclosure of-mortgage.
against the following described
property, to-wit: .
LOT1, EASTWINDS SUBDIVISION,
SECTION 34 TOWNSHIP. 6
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,
To include a: 1971 Diplomat Motor
Home, VIN 15024CK3N13918R.
and 4682284, A/K/A 14745 S.E.
251' Lane, Starke, FL 32091.
If you fail to file your answerorwritten
defenses in the above proceeding,
on the plaintiff's attorney, a default
will be entered against you.for the
relief demanded in the Complaint
or Petition.
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

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 2008-CA-267
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY'' .'
SERVICES, INC.;
Plaintiff,
vs.
JENNIFER MICKEY; THE
UNKNOWN-SPOUSE OF .
JENNIFER MICKEY; MICHAEL -
BAIN; THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSES OF MICHAEL BAIN;
CHRISTOPHER-MIGKEY;
THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE:
OF CHRISTOPHER MICKEY;
IF LIVING, INCLUDING ANY
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFENDANTSS, IFREMARRIED,
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; ;
UNKNOWN TENANT #3; .
UNKNOWN TENANT #4;
Defendant(s). ..
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JENNIFER MICKEY; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JENNIFER MICKEY; MICHAEL
BAIN;THEUNKNOWNSPOUSEOF
MICHAEL BAIN; CHRISTOPHER
MICKEY I'HE UNKNrOWN


'3PO~l- F CHISOPHEr
MIlC.KEPY IF L.IVING. INCLUDING
ANY UtWI VfJW1 I- rJPOUSI:
OF 9/1.If.,jl:FE~~flf(I
THE f~i'',i ,fJI- iJ11'f(lvrojfl


AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
S"CAIMING, BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; :
Whose residence are/is unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
your answer or written defenses, if
any, in the above proceeding with
the ClIrk 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 publication of this Notice,
the nature of this proceeding being
a suit for foreclosure of mortgage
against the following described
property, to-wit:
THE SOUTHEAST 'A OF. THE-
SNORTHEAST 14 .AND THE EAST
OF. THE SOUTHWEST '/4 OF
,THE. NORTHEAST '1, 'SECTION
.23, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE
21 ..EAST,: BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, LESS AND EXCEPT
THE FOLLOWING AS DESCRIBED
PARCELS: THAT PART THEREOF
.LYING- WITHIN THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF STATE ROADNUMBER
18, AND ALSO EXCEPTING
THOSE PORTIONS DESCRIBED
IN: THE HEREINAFTER- DEEDS
OF ,CONVEYANCE: O.R. BOOK
53, .PAGE. 290, O.R. BOOK 70,
PAGE 307, OR: BOOK 71, PAGE
101, O;R. BOOK 71, PAGE 458,
O.R. BOOK .74, PAGE 364, O.R.
:: BOOK, 176,,, PAGE 204, O.R.
.BOOK 232, PAGE 79, O.R. BOOK
'270, PAGE 340, O.R. BOOK 423,
PAGE 69, O.R. BOOK 489, PAGE
-139, O.R. BOOK 489, PAGE 146,
O.R. BOOK 493 PAGE 287, O.R.
BOOK 520, PAGE 187, O.R. BOOK
.529, PAGE 215, O.R. BOOK 529,
PAGE 264, ALL ACCORDING
TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
*BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 10720 SW 73ro Avenue,
Hampton',:FL 32044.:
If you failtofile your answer orwritten
defenses in the above proceeding,
on 'the plaintiff's attorney, a default
will be'.entered against you for the
relief demanded. in the Complaint
or Petition. s,- :
.DATED- at Bradford, County-:.this
30"''day of June, 2008.
By: Qarol Williams,
Deputy Clerk
: 7/10 2tchg 7/17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 04-2008-DR-375
PATRICIAJ. HINDS,
. ;.. Petitioner, : :
vs.
ARTHUR BRUCE NORRIS,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
NAME CHANGE OF A MINOR
CHILD
TO:.. ARTHUR- BRUCE NORRIS,
7054 Deer Springs Road, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656. '
YOU ARE NOTIFIED-that an action
-has been filed against-you and that
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it
on PATRICIA J. HINDS, 3829 NW
CR,225, Lawtey, Florida 32058 on
or before July 31, :2008, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida, before service on
Petitioner or immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a default may
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in
this case,, including orders, are
available at the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may review these
documents upon request.
You must- keep the .Clerk.of the
Circuit Court's office notified. of
your current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court- Approved Family
Law Form 12.915.) Future papers
in this lawsuit will be mailed to the
address on record at the Clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure.
r requirescertain automatic disclosure
of documents and information.
Failure to.' comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or.
striking of pleadings.
Dated: June 27, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
By: Robin Gay.
Deputy Clerk
7/3 4tchg 7/24

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
The Bradford County School
Board will hold a public hearing
on Monday, July 28, 2008, at 5:01
p.m. in order to discuss changes
to the Pupil Progression Plan. 'The
hearing will.take place in the School
Board Meeting Room located at the
district office, 501 W. Washington
St., Starke.


7/10 3tchg 7/24


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-0392
HARRY BLOCKER,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
KATIE PITTMAN CARROLL;
-BERNICE PITTMAN DURHAM;
SAMUEL PITTMAN, JR.;
MERIDITH PITTMAN who is known
to be deceased and any and all
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties claiming
by, through, under or against
MERIDITH PITTMAN; RENE
JACKSON who is known to be
deceased and any and all unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors
or other parties claiming by, through,
under or against RENE JACKSON;
ROOSEVELT PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against ROOSEVELT PITTMAN:
NATHANIEL PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against NATHANIEL PITTMAN;
and SAMUEL PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against SAMUEL PITTMAN,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MERIDITH PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against MERIDITH PITTMAN;
RENE JACKSON who is known
to be deceased and any and all
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties claiming
by, through, under or against RENE
JACKSON; ROOSEVELT PITTMAN
who is known to be deceased and
any and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against ROOSEVELT PITTMAN;
NATHANIEL PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against NATHANIEL PITTMAN;
and SAMUEL PITTMAN who is
known to be deceased and any
and all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, under or
against SAMUEL PITTMAN
You are notified that an action to
quiet title to the following property
in Bradford County, Florida:
Lot 5 of MOUNT VERNON
SUBDIVISION, being more
particularly described as follows: -
Commence at the NW corner of
the NW of the NE '% of Section
29, Township 7 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Flobrida, 'and
run East 715 feet to a Point of
Beginning; thence ru-n South 210
feet, thence East 210 feet, thence
North 210 feet, thence West 210
feet to the Point of Beginning.
has been filed against you and you.
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to it,
on C. Geoffrey Vining, Esquire, the
plaintiff's attorney, whose address is
1611 Harden Boulevard, Lakeland,
Florida 33803, on or before August
18, 2008, and file the original with
the clerk of the court either before
service on the plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition:
DATED on July '09, 2008.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams, Deputy Clerk
7/17 4tchg 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
i CASE NO. 04-2007-CA-556
US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION,
AS TRUSTEE FOR BEAR
STEARNS ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES, 2006-AC1,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
CHRISTOPHER MALLINSON, et
al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of


DENMARK
FURNITURE
It's a fact, you can do better at
DENNIMIC S
434 W. Call St.
964-5827 1


Mortgage Foreclosure dated July
02, 20a8 and entered ih Case No.
04-2007-CA-556 of the Circuit
Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
in and for Bradford County, Florida
wherein US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR BEAR STEARNS ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES, 2006-AC1,
is the Plaintiff and CHRISTOPHER
MALLINSON; DEANNA S.
MALLINSON, 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, Forida 32091 at
11:00 a.m. on the 7th day of August,
2008, the following described
property as set forth in said Final,
Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING
PARTLY IN THE NORTHEAST %A
OF SECTION 23 AND PARTLY
IN THE NORTHWEST 14 OF
SECTION 24, ALL IN TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE'
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
-FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT AN IRON PIPE
LOCATED AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST:
4 AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
.48 MINUTES 11 SECONDS.
WEST, ALONG THE NORTHERLY-
BOUNDARY THERETO 325.27
FEETTOAN INTERSECTION WITH
A NORTHERLY PROLONGATION
OFTHE EASTERLYBOUNDARYOF
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF THE CSX
TRANSPORTATION RAILROAD
(FORMERLY SEABOARD COAST
LINE RAILROAD); THENCE-
SOUTH 17 DEGREES 46
MINUTES 43 SECONDS WEST,'
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY'
PROLONGATION, 86.05 FEET
TO AN INTERSECTION OF SAID
EASTERLY BOUNDARY WITH
THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT OF WAY OF
THE DUPONT SPUR, THENCE
CONTINUE SOUTH 17 DEGREES
46. MINUTES 43 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY,
BOUNDARY, 660.43 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM'
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH.
17 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 43
SECONDS WEST, ALONG
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY,
735.44 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE NORTH
82 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 19
SECONDS EAST, 895.41 FEET TO-
AN IRON PIPE; THENCE NORTH
17 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 43
SECONDS EAST, 533.16 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE SOUTH 72 DEGREES
13 MINUTES 17 SECONDS
EAST, 585.66 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE; THENCE NORTH
17 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 43
SECONDS EAST, 252.84 FEET TO
AN INTERSECTION WITH THE
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID DUPONT SPUR, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 37 MINUTES-
30 SECONDS WEST, ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY,
477.97 FEET TO THE BEGINNING
OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO
THE NORTHEAST AND HAVING
A RADIUS OF 790.68 FEET;
THENCE :NORTHWESTERLY,.
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY AND ALONG THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE, 274.32
FEET, AS MEASURED ALONG.
A CHORD HAVING A BEARING'
OF NORTH 80 DEGREES 27
MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST;
THENCE SOUTH .69 DEGREES
16 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST,
137.42 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 49 MINUTES 43
SECONDS WEST, 580.72 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
CONTAINING 14.47 ACRES.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON AS A FIXTURE: AND
APPURTENANCE THERETO.
VIN#GAFLY54A86051 HS21
' VIN#GAFLY54B86~, 1HS21
A/K/A 23200 13' LANE NE,
LAWTEY, FL 32058.
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 02, 2008.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: P. Halterma, Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance: Please contact
the Clerk of Court, Bradford County,


Courthouse, Starke, .FL at 904-
964-6280 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this 'notice; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771.
7/17 2tchg 7/24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000323
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR MORGAN STANLEY ABS
CAPITAL I INC. TRUST'2007-HE2
MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,. SERIES 2007-
HE2,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
JOSEPH WOODEN, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GLORIA WOODEN,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 5300
NW 196t" Way, Starke, FL 32091
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UN-KNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH,. UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE. NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID..
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES
OR OTHER. CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on. the
following property in .Bradford
County, Florida:
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST
/4 OF THE SOUTHEAST A/4
SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,'
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE. AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
NORTHEAST % OF SOUTHEAST
% AND RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF 546.00
FEET TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, FROM POINT OF
BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03. MINUTES 22 .SECONDS
EAST, ALONG SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY '-138.64 FEET;,
THENCE SOUTH 88 DEGREES
34 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST,
351.64 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
79 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 52
SECONDS WEST, 60.21 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS WEST,
PARALLEL WITH SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY, 139.43 FEET,
.THENCE NORTH. 87 DEGREES
18 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST,
411.18 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. ABOVE DESCRIBED
PARCEL BEING CONVEYED WITH
AN EASEMENT FOR INGRESS,
EGRESS, AND UTILITIES
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
LYING IN THE NORTHEAST % OF
THE SOUTHEAST /4 SECTION
6, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE .PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCEATTHE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST
'/4 OF SOUTHEAST '% .AND
RUN.'SOUTH 00 DEGREES 03
MINUTES 22 SECONDS, ALONG,
THE 'EASTERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF 546.00 FEET. TO A
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES
18 MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST,
S411.18 FEET TOASET IRON ROD;-.
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES
03 MINUTES 22 SECONDS
EAST, PARALLEL WITH THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
NORTHEAST A OF SOUTHEAST
/4. A DISTANCE OF 113.34 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.. FROM
POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 03 MINUTES 22
SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
WITH LAST SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY, 26.09 FEET TO' A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
79 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 52
SECONDS WEST, 144.39 FEET
TO A FOUND IRON PIPE; THENCE
SOUTH 75 DEGREES 33 MINUTES
07 SECONDS WEST, 435.60 FEET
TO AN IRON PIPE FOUND ON
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE ROW OF COUNTY ROAD,
See LEGALS, p. 7A










.uly 17, 2008 TELEGRA-,, Page 7A




Commission candidates speak to voters in Lawtey


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

County commission
candidates from the first and
third districts were on District
2 turf, but nevertheless took
turns saying why the voters
from their areas should elect
them to office.
The latest political rally was
held in Lawtey last Saturday.
Malcolm Hill is running for
office in District I with an
agenda to save the taxpayers.
"Nobody is concerned about
taxes except the people who
pay them," he said.
The library and conference
center are monuments to
Hill's disfavor with county
government. He said taxpayers
Weren't asked to approve
those projects and if someone
doesn't start paying attention
to taxpayers, they will be too
broke to pay the taxes on their
homesteads. Hill also criticized
the personal use of county
vehicles by employees.
As a county commissioner,
Hill said he would never vote
for a tax increase- without
giving citizens a chance to
vote first.
"If you vote for a new tax,
you deserve it," he said.
I If elected, Hill said half
of his $30,000 salary as
county commissioner would
be donated to children's
charities.
I Hill, who has no party
affiliation, is running against
incumbent Democrat Ross
Chandler, who is in his third
nonconsecutive term on the
commission. Ross said he's
always been conservative and
believes in tax reform.
"I believe we can do a
better job with your money,"
Chandler said, pointing out
that he, too, is a taxpayer.
Campers learn about money,
'anking


Among hi
accomplishments, Chandle


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LEGALS
Continued from p. 6A
FORMERLY STATE ROAD 16;
THENCE NORTH 35 DEGREES
05 MINUTES 10 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG LAST SAID EASTERLY
BOUNDARY, 29.60 FEET TO A
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE NORTH. 76 DEGREES
39 MINUTES 46 SECONDS EAST,
596.73 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days
after the first publication, if any, on
Florida Default Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
-is 9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
!:300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
:the original with this Court either
.before service on Plaintiff's attorney
opr immediately thereafter; otherwise
.a default will be entered against
'you for the relief demanded in the
sComplaint or petition. This notice
.shall be published once each week
:for two consecutive weeks in the
;Bradford County Telegraph.
tWITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 8111 day of July,
12008.


Ross Chandler


included an organized
plan for roads that resulted in
the construction of a new road
in District I for the first time in
20 years. He said he's always
tried to serve the district with
integrity and character."
The winner of the District
1 race will be decided on
Election Day in November.
Although running for
nominations from different
parties, District 3 county
commission candidates
Chuck Morrow and Roy Hart
are appealing to voters as
hometown country boys.
Morrow, a Republican,
talked about his family's roots
in the county.
"My point is I and my
family are from here, we've
been here, we're not going
anywhere. That's why I'm
running," Morrow said. Except
for his time on active duty in
Iraq, Morrow said his life has
been lived at home.
The military civil engineer
and owner of several small
businesses over the years
said those areas as well as
his response to major natural
disasters translate into
experience that would benefit
the county if he were elected
commissioner.
Hart is running as a
Democrat, and admitted he'd
rather visit constituents door
to door than speak publicly.


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Finding supportive friends is
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Call the Displaced
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RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Court
By: P. Hatterma, Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accomrfiodation
in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the Clerk of Court, Bradford County
Courthouse, Starke, FL at 904-
964-6280 within 2 working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call


Dan Sikes


"When I tell you I have
nothing but the best interests
of Bradford County and its
citizens at heart, I truly mean
it," said Hart, who was born
and raised in Bradford.
He said he didn't want to
stand up and make promises
he might not be able to keep
given that his vote on the
commission would be just one
of five. What he did say to
voters is that he would be
readily available to hear their
concerns and ideas if elected
to office.
"I promise you, about the
only time I won't take your
call is when I'm on nightshift
at DuPont," Hart said.
Hart said it was unrealistic
to promise tax or spending
cuts, but said resources
,could be better and. more
advantageously used.
Republican Mark Santiago
is a business owner in Starke
with degrees in business
and marketing who said the
number one issue for county
government is "cutting the
fat." He said he believes in
small government, low taxes
and cutting spending.
Santiago said he believes
in growing the economy and
supporting businesses as well
as planning the county's future,
addressing infrastructural-
needs, and looking at green
technologies that would make


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Florida Works will hold a meeting
on Wednesday, July 23, at 10:00
a.m. at Florida Works offices, 408
W. University Ave., Suite 501,
Gainesville, Fl. Contact Celia
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Malcolm Hill Roy Hart


this county a leader for other
communities.
Attorney Dan Sikes is also
running as a Republican in
District 3. Addressing the
budget, he said amateurs talk
about tactics but professionals
talk about logistics.The reality,
he said, is that for anything to
get done in the county, there
has to be money in the budget
to pay for it. At the same
time, he said that as Lawtey's
attorney, he has helped the city
save -money and protect the
city's interests.
Touching on the timely
issue of bypassing the city
of Starke, Sikes said if the
county doesn't participate
in the decision making and
carefully consider the options,
the city could be cut off at
the vine and left to whither
and die economically. While
he doesn't have a position one
way or another because of the
complexity of the issue, but
Sikes said it's something he's
studying.
Sikes said he doesn't want
to raise taxes, but the county's
ability to raise revenue has
been complicated. For that
reason the county needs' a
commissioner who can work
with Tallahassee to bring
money .into the county and
seek out grants from any and
a.J. Wasure ik poke for
B.J. Warwick spoke for


her friend Lila Sellars, who
is running as a Democrat in
District 3. Sellars was out.of
town at a family gathering.
Wamr ick highlighted
Sellars' record of service to
the county and said serving as
county commissioner would
be a logical next step.
Sellars has always been an
advocate for the community
and has been recognized for
that on several occasions,
Warwick said. Twice the
chamber of commerce has
named her Volunteer of the
Year, and she's served on
the county code enforcement
board. In addition to active
participation with her church,
the school superintendent's
executive secretary is also a
member of Bradford ARC.
"With Lila Sellars, you
know what you'll be getting in
a county commissioner," said
Warwick, adding she couldn't
think of a better person to
entrust the seat to.
The District 3 candidates are
seeking to replace John Cooper
on the commission. Cooper is
not seeking re-election. In the
Aug. 26 primary, Republicans
and Democrats will select
which one of their candidates
they want to move on to the
general election in November.


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Longtime friends make Cowboys Steak House a success


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer

Drawing on a world of
experience and knowledge
of the restaurant business,
Cowboys Steak House
co-owners Shane Broadway
and Robert Helms have made
a notable success of their
restaurant, which opened in
Starke in April 2007.
"We expected to make about
$2'5,000 per week when we
first opened," said Helms.
"We were overjoyed when we
saw weekly receipts averaging
nearly twice that amount."
Helms originally from
Hammond, La., said his family
was deeply involved in the
restaurant business. Helms'
father owned seven Kentucky
Fried Chicken franchises,
along with several other
restaurants.
"A lot of what I remember
since I was a kid had to do
with the restaurant business,"'
Helmns said. "It was sort of my
world."
Helms attended Ouachita
Baptist College in Louisiana,
where he starred on the school
basketball team.
For his part, Broadway, from
Lafayette, La., entered that
world as a restaurant bartender
after attending the University
of South Alabama in Mobile
for a few years.
When he left college
he became. a bartender at a
restaurant for two years.
He took that opportunity to
learn about all aspects of the
restaurant business when
he wasn't mixing drinks for
customers.
Profitting from that
experience, Broadway went on
to become a regional manager
for the O'Charley's restaurant
chain for 10 years.
The two men met in Destin


in 1992, when Helms hired
Broadway as a waiter at the
Cowboys Steak House he was
managing there.
Helms quickly realized that
Broadway's talents were being
wasted in that position and he
was promoted to manager of
the restaurant.
While the two men continued
in the employ of several
restaurants, it was Helms who
decided to break out and open
a new Cowboys.
Helms said that it was at that
point that he began extensive
research concerning which
would be the best location for
the restaurant.
A friend, Jim Poole, who ran
a business in Starke told him
that the city might be ideal for
the restaurant.
At the same time, he
discovered that the Mexican
restaurant, Mi Toro, was up
for sale.
Helms said, that before
-settling on -this -suggested
locale, he meticulously
researched everything he could
about Starke-its population,
chamber of commerce, culture,
number of existing eateries.
and, not least important,
whether it would -embrace a
Western-oriented restaurant.
When he was satisfied that
the new restaurant might very
well prosper in Starke, he
contacted Broadway and asked
him to come in on the venture
witbhim. ....---- --
The rest has been a success
story.
The community was very
welcoming," said Helms.
"We were the new kids on the
block so to speak-from out of
town-so we knew we would
have to win the people over to
our restaurant."
Broadway and Helms were
buoyed by the fact that the
patronage of Cowboys was


take pride in is their service-
no long waits for food-and
their dedicated staff. who
consider themselves part of
the family.
In accordance with their
principle that the customer
is their primary concern,
Broadway said that they strive
to met their customer desires.
"We tell them, if it's not on
the menu,just ask us and we'll
do our best to prepare it for:
them," Broadway said.
Helms added that they
are working on introducing
"budget-conscious menus" for
customers in these recessionary
times.
Broadway mentioned
the many ways Cowboys
strives to give back to the
Starke community, including
supporting the Starke Police
Department's drug awareness
program, the city of Starke
All-Stars; the Biadford Middle
School track team, Bradford
High School's girls basketball
and volleyball teams, among
many other programs.
"There are not many people
we have said no to," said
Broadway. "We try to help
anyone who asks."
Helms lives in Lake City
wi-th his wife Angela, a
supervisor of nurses at Lake
Cit\ Medical Center, and their
6-year-old son, Ty. He said
in his spare--time he-likest-o
play basketball at Madison
Street Baptist Church, travel
in the family RV and attend
NASCAR events.
In connection with this,
Helms said that he and
Brdadway were both briefly
seen in the Will Ferrell film,
"Talladega Nights: The Legend
Ricky Bobby."
Broadway, who is single,
called himself an avid hunter
,and fisherman.


nearly twice what they had
anticipated in its early days.
The co-owners attribute this
success to several factors.
Helms said that naturally
it was the quality of the food
itself-steaks, ribs, chicken,
_pasta and seafood. - --
"The majority of the items
are fresh, including homemade
dressing and hand cut steaks,"
Broadway said.
Broadway added that
Cowboys relies, to a significant
degree, on feedback from the
customers.
"When we inrtoduced
customer feedback cards,"
said Helms. "Ninety percent
of the feedback was positive,


and those that weren't we
learned from in order to please
the customers and improve
our service. We found out,
basically, what was working
and what wasn't working."
He gave as an example the
--factthat the restaurantrdecided,
in response to customer
comment, to change their
hours of operation. Initially-
the restaurant was closed on
Monday and only opened on
Saturday for dinner business.
"Thanks to customer
feedback, we changed our
hours which added to our
business," said Helms.
He added that they now have
made many friends, repeat


customers who have spread
the word about the food and
service at Cowboys.
Helms said that it was
primarily through customer
suggestions that they decided
to _make live -bands-a regular -
feature on Friday and Saturday
nights at 8:30 p.m., rather than
just on-oecasiohs previously.
"In keeping with our
restaurant's theme, we have
mostly country or Southern
rock bands, plus. we get a
lot of 'Parrotheads'-fans of
Jimmy Buffet who come quite
a--distance to hear music by
artists who sing his particular
type of music,
Another factor the owners


State and federal candidates visit Lawtey


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Candidates for state and
federal office spoke at a rally
held in Lawtey July 12.
District 12 state legislative
hopeful Janet Adkins
delivered her stump speech
on her core values again,
which she said includes
personal responsibility, high
expectations, less government,
lower taxes, free enterprise,
long-term planning, parents
rights and stable families.
In addition to tax credits that
would help small businesses
cope with unpredictable gas
prices, the Nassau County
School Board member said the
state should use its purchasing
power to buy fuel in bulk for
school districts and fire and
law enforcement agencies.
Her opponent for the
Republican nomination,
Bobby Hart said he and Adkins
agree on most things, but said
his strength comes from his
familiarity with the district'.The
educator and military reservist
said it's important to know
the people you represent, and
there's no one who knows the
district better than he does.
Only Linda Meyers from
the District 21 legislative race
spoke in Lawtey. Though
the representative from that
district is only elected by the
Keystone Heights portion of
Bradford County, Meyers said
that if she's elected to the
office she wants to represent
all of Bradford County.
"All of rural Florida needs
all the help we can get," she
said.
District 6 Congressman
Cliff Stearns had a staff
member speak on his behalf.
His opponent in the race for
Congress is Democrat Tim
Cunha who said he wants to
save voters from the tug of war
between politicians on the far
right and left by representing
the middle ground.
"This country is like a car
that has one wheel turned to
the right, one wheel turned
to the left, and we're going
nowhere. I think it's about
time we turn both wheels
toward the center and make
some progress," Cunha said.
While Stearns
spokeswoman delivered his
biography, detailed his record
of accomplishments and spoke
of a multipronged legislative
approach to handling the


country's energy issues,
from additional drilling to
developing new fuel sources,
Cunha criticized tax cuts for
the rich, oil company profits
and the lack of health care,
and its time to bring troops
home from fighting a civil war
in Iraq.
Republicans will choose
whether Adkins or Hart should
move on to the November
ballot when the Aug. 26
primary takes place. As the
only Democrat in the District
21 race, Meyers automatically
advances to November, and
the Stearns and Cunha will
also continue campaigning for
the District 6 Congressional
seat until November.

Candidates
Forum July 29
A Candidates Forum will
take place Tuesday, July 29,
from 7-9 p.m. at the Andrews
Center Cultural Building. All
state and local candidates have
been invited to participate.


This event will be broadcast
live on WEAG with Ben
Barksdale as moderator.
Each candidate will give
a brief presentation and
questions will then be asked of
the candidates. A committee is
writing and receiving questions
in advance. Questions will be
accepted from the audience
only before or at the beginning
of the forum.
All questions will be
screened by a committee and
may be left at the Andrews
Center in Democratic
Executive Committee Chair
Judy Becker's box or with
any of the others listed
here: Republican Executive
Committee Chair David
Dodge, Bradford Education
Association President Judy
-Dukes--or Bradford -NAACP
Chair Isaiah Branton.
These organizations have
partnered to sponsor the forum.
Refreshments will be served in
the gazebo at the conclusion of
the forum.


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SSection B: Thursday, July 17, 2008


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


Guardsmen travel to Starke for motorcycle training
BY .CLIFF SMEI-_.i.t. or on Guard sites undergoing Starke, taking tests and riding Burke Breneman said. become riding coaches. Chief Warrant Officer 3
Tc'L':.4:,:h St.,.:'lir' t training, motorcycles as .part of a rider What the. attendees were Breneman said the Guard Mike Starnes, state safety
Safei' is ol utmost The concern, though, does coach preparation course. learning was really nothing attempts to make sure its manager for the Florida Army
importance a f a the not end when Guardsmen are "It's getting these guys new. Instead, what they were soldiers deployed overseas are National Guard, said,. all
Florida Arm NationalGuard not inuniform. That's why 12 ready to go home and teach learning was how to as safe as they can be. This, he branches of military service
is concerned whether its Guardsmen from various cities motorcycling. to the troops at effectively pass on motorcycle said, is a way to make sure the
soldiers are t'l,^led overseas in the state spent a week in their sites," course instructr- knowledge- to ... others--to soldiers are safe at home, too. See CYCLE D.9B
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Grab your whole family and
hitch a ride in "The Magic G e
Bubble," a musical adventure
written by Jack Stella, directed
by Karyn Merritt and
performed by the Lake Region
Community Theatre.
"The Magic Bubble" will be : \
performed at the Lake Region
Community Theatre home at ,
218 S. Walnut-St. in Starke.
Performances are scheduled
for 7 p.m. on July 25-26 and
Aug. 1-2 and 2 p.m. July 27
and Aug. 3.
Rachel Rensberger and
Austin Winkler will perform in
the roles of Samantha and
Image, respectively, while
other cast members are April
Wood, Elizabeth Weav er ,
Caleb Eades, Kamila Reyes,
Shelby Wilkison, Nicole
Miller, Lauren Hovsepian,
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and $10 for children 12 and
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(the box office opens one hour *" .
before curtain time), but -
advance reservations are A+-t
strongly n suggested. For ..,.
reservations, call (352) 226-" 4-
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accepted). Lake Region 8,495 4 9 ,99 1 -6 $ 995
Community Theatre is a I4 5 ]A59STK 1,4.l"
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for July 25 1- ..
The Bradford County 4-H
Foundation's annual A
fundraising auction will be
held Friday, July 25, at 6:30
p.m. at the Florida National
Guard armory on Edwards
Road in Starke. $7995
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Extension Office through -
Friday,July 18. .
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 Li",.. -..' .. .,.- + : ...- , i:
materials and awards.
foundation provided full and -48,495 8,99 7,995


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activities. Also, 4-H leaders
were provided with
state and regional training
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Front row (kneeling): Linda Crews Cubbedge,
Barbara McRae Brown, Pat Morgan Lynch, Elaine
Murray, Kay Colson Waters, Carolyn Meng Haast,
Patsy Hitchcock Bowen, Marilyn Bollinger, Wayne
Gunter and Ernestine Lester Swearingen. Second
row: Stephen Smith, Dan Daugherty, Julie Temples
Miller (teacher), David Williams, Wilbur Waters,
J.Roy Chasteen, Jackie Smith Sheets, Beverly


McRae Shaw, Karen Patz Kesler, Joyce Denmark
Sanderson, Sandra Register Bach, Betty Jo Sapp
Sloan and Lloyd Bryan. Third row: Steve Cubbedge,
Mike Smith, Gary Johns, Kathy Frees Whitehead,
David Penoyer, Ronnie Kirkland, Randy Jones,
Edward Loper, Dan Waller, Bonnie Rosier Johns,
John Warren, Charles Coleman, Bruce Jackson,
Pete Fancher and Mike Jackson.


At Louise's side were her nephew John Sutton and
his wife, Joyce.


Sutton celebrates 97th


Louise Sutton, bom July
15, 1911, celebrated her 97.h
birthday Tuesday at Parkside
" '-Assisted Living in Starke.
At her side were her niece
Joyce Sutton and her-nephew,


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Sgt. Robert Kennedy

-Kennedy on
.f15-month

tour in Iraq
Army Staff Sgt. Robert J.
Kennedy is currently deployed
as a member of Task Force
Marne, one of mcre than
20,000 soldiers from the Fort
Stewart, Ga., based Third
Infantry Division and elements
of the 101st Airborne Division
from Fort Campbell, Ky.
Kennedy is serving a 15-month
S tour in support of Operation
Iraqi Freedom.
With more than 53 patrol
bases within their area of
operation, the task force has
...made significant strides in
enhancing security in the
-region. Since the arrival of the
task force more than a year
ago, violence in the region has
been reduced by more than 75
percent.
The decrease in violence has
allowed the task force to focus
on rebuilding efforts, including
local governance and
economic development, along
S with medical treatment
missions, providing fresh
" -drinking water, working with
local security forces and
volunteers to provide a broad
blanket of stability to the
region.
Kennedy, a command group
communications supervisor
and signal support systems
specialist, is assigned to 3rd
Signal Company, Special
Troops Battalion, 3rd Infantry
Division. His home station is
Fort Stewart. He has served in
the military for 16 years.
Kennedy is the son of Lori
O'Steen of Brooker and is
S'- married to Dawn Hamilton.
The staff sergeant graduated in
1991 from Bradford High
School.
So much to do, so little
done, such things to
,.- be.
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John M. Sutton.
Ms. Sutton is able to get
around well and was excited
over the cake, ice cream and
gifts received as well as her
friends and family.


Traylor


graduates
Navy OCS
Daniel R. Traylor, son of Dale
and Paula Traylor of Starke,
graduated from the U.S. Nay\
Officer Candidate School in
Newport, R.I., June 20, 2008. He


BHS Class of
1968 holds
reunion
The 1968 Class of Bradford
County High School
celebrated its 40 class reunion
at the Hampton Bed and
.Breakfast Saturday, June 14,
2008.
A luau theme x\as carried
out with the classmates being
given leis upon arrival.
Appetizers were served on the
deck with the tables skirted
with grass skirts, colorful
cloths and each holding an
assortment of delicious
appetizers.
Classmates enjoyed a buffet,
under a lighted tent by the


nosw has earned the rank of
Ensign. Stationed at NAS
Pensacola. he will train to be a
Na\al flight officer.
Tra\lor is a 2002 graduate of
Bradford High School and a 2007
graduate of the Unixersitx of
Florida.
Ensign Tra\lor's maternal
grandparents are Michael and
Alarjorie Dobbs of Raiford.
Paternal grandfather is Robert
Traxlor of las mte\.


Golf

tournament
to benefit
BHS football
A best-ball, four-man team
golf tournament. will be held
Aug. 1 at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. with proceeds
benefiting the Bradford High
School football program.
The cost to enter the
tournament. which Nwill begin
at 8 a.m., is S160 per team.
Informational fx\ers will be
made available at the Starke
Golf and Countrx Club or the
front office at Bradford High
School.
The deadline to enter is July


lake. Round tables, each with a
bright\ colored tablecloth and
holding large vases of orchids
in water, candles and seashells
put everyone in a tropical
mood.
Randy Jones and Kay
Colson Waters were emcees
for the evening. Faith Mayton.
widow of Andy Mayton, was
the special guest. Former
teacher, Julie Temples Miller.
was also recognized. Miller's
first teaching job was at BHS
when the classmates were
seniors and some funny' stories
were told about \what was done
to her that first year.
A glass memorial. with
etched names of the classmates
who had passed away, was
made by Bonnie Rosier Johns.
During the evening, door


For more information.
please call John R yan Tillman
at (904) 364-85 12.

For a man to achieve
all that is demanded of
him he must regard
himself as greater than
he is.
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Dramatist, Novelist.


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Jennifer Ann Rhoden
Shawn Michael Gibson


Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rutherford


Warren, Rutherford are wed


champagne-colored vest. Best
man was Ken Jernigan.
Groomsmen were Joe
Rutherford, Derek Browning,
Casey Dopson, Kyle
McSweeney. All attendants of
the groom were dressed in
black Calvin Klein tuxedoes
with olive-colored vests. Ring
bearer was Caleb Everson.
Kenny Holton performed
nuptial music on the piano.
accompanied by soloist. Taylor
Mains.
A reception was held in the
Madison Street Baptist Church
Family Life Center. The
wedding cake was a three-tier
off-white vanilla cake
decorated by Sue Tilley. The
groom's cake was a three-tier
stack of Sweet Sixteen
doughnuts.
Following a cruise to the
Bahamas, the couple will
reside in Starke.
The bride is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed by Shands Hospital.
The groom is a graduate of
Central Christian Academy
and is employed by Miller
Electric. Both the bride and
groom are members of
Madison Street Baptist
Church.


Rhoden,
Gibson
to wed
Barbara and James Rhoden
of Starke and Terry and Ruth
Gibson of Lake Butler
announce the engagement and
upcoming marriage of their
daughter and son, Jennifer Ann
Rhoden and Shawn Michael
Gibson, both of Starke.
The wedding is set for
Saturday. Aug. 2, 2008, at 4
p.m. in Heilbron Springs
Baptist Church. A reception
will follow.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
and Heilbron Springs Baptist
Church.
The groom-elect is a 2002
graduate of Union County
High School and is employed
by Superior.
All friends and family
members of the couple are
invited to attend.




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Jessica, Ann Warren of
Starke and Jason "Todd"
Rutherford of Hawthorne were
joined in matrimony Saturday,
June 7, 2008 in Madison Street
Baptist Church with the Dr.
Chad Everson and the Rev.
Charles Warren officiating.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, is the daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles
Warren of Starke. The groom
is the son of Joe and Beth
Rutherford of Hawthorne.
The bride wore an off-the-
shoulder Oleg Cassini gown
made of champagne chiffon,
layered with workings of beads
throughout with a beaded
bodice top. Maid of honor was
Kasey Warren and bridesmaids
were Brittanee Green, Chelsea
Blalock, Kellie Rutherford,
and Emma Theus. The maid of
honor and bridesmaids wore
tea-length olive-colored taffeta
dresses and they carried long-
stem lilies. Flower girl was
Hadley Woodall who was
dressed similar to the bride.
The groom was dressed in a
black Calvin Klein tuxedo with


Chambers,
Philmon to wed
July 29
James and Annette Philmon
of Jena, Florida and Joyce
Chambers and the late Bill
Chambers of Lake Butler join
together to announce the
wedding of their children
Suzanne Michele and Joseph
SWayne to be held Saturday,
July 29, 2008, at 6 p.m. at the
Steinhatchee Community
Center.
All family and friends are
invited to attend.

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Johnson of Richmond, Va.
Maternal grandparents 'are
Bobby and Ollie Hagan of
Jasper, Ga. Maternal great
grandparents are Shirley
Roberts of Conyers, Ga.

Ayla Salyce
Hawkins
Brian and Jolene Hawkins of
Fort White are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Ayla Salyce
Hawkins, on Thursday, March
27, 2008. She was born at 2:19
p.m. at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
and weighed 6 lbs. 6 ounces
and measured 19" long.
Her paternal grandparents
are Huey and Gwen Hawkins
of Fort White; maternal
grandparents are Aaron and
Joyce Traver of Lake Butler
and paternal great-
grandparents are Eathan and
Voncille Porter of Fort White.
Ayla joins her 4-year-old
brother Hayden Hawkins.


Mr. & Mrs. John Schmidt

Schmidts
Celebrate 50th
Anniversary
John and Vema Schmidt
were married June 21, 1958 at
St. Paul's United Methodist
Church in East St. Louis,
Illinois. Their marital bliss
was interrupted by four
children, Todd, Cana, Dirk, and
Shaun, who, of course, have


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four children married and
moved out. Once again,
marital bliss. Their children
have blessed the couple with
seven grandchildren.
To celebrate their. 50"'
anniversary, John and Verna,
along with their children and
their families, took a
Caribbean cruise on the
Carnival Inspiration to Grand
Cayman and Cozumel,
Mexico.
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Accept the inevitable


The Bradford County Commission
.will be holding a meeting tonight,
Thursday, July 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the
county commission room at the'
--Bradford County Courthouse, in order
to discuss and vote on a zoning issue
that deals- with the land across U.S.
301 from the Wal-Mart complex.
The intended use for the property
would be commercial, probably nice
dress shops, furniture stores, shoe
stores, etc. This would offer area
residents the opportunity to do more
of their shopping locally and keep
their hard-earned dollars at work in
their own community-and save
money on gas while doing so.
The real truth of the matter is that
the county and city need the additional
revenue that would be generated from
the selven-percent sales tax that would
be earned by those new businesses.
That added revenuewould help pay for
services provided by the county and
city to their residents.
The downside is that the residential
community now located in that area.
would be forced to relocate. When
their property is purchased, they will
receive a price greater than
comparable houses located elsewhere


in the community. The noise and the
traffic currently created by- the Wal-
Mart center is- already a detriment to
their quality of life.
The city and county commissions, in_
approving the zoning change for the
Wal-Mart center, created this issue.
The Florida Department of
Transportation, in approving the
traffic light now located at the
entrance of the Wal-Mart center,
sealed the fate of the property owners
onthe other side of U.S. 301-the land
will become commercial, if not now,
then in the future.
The county commission needs to go
ahead and step up to the plate and
make a decision that accepts the
inevitable. They need to finish the job
that was started' by those earlier
decisions and make the area
commercial. Let's give the voters an
opportunity to shop at our stores in
our community. Let's give the local
governments the sales tax revenue that
would otherwise find its way to
Gainesville or Orange Park. Expand
the local business offerings and keep
local shoppers spending their money


locally.


John Miller, Publisher


for your time and su
during the event.
Thanks are also owe
Major Nathan Blom an
Lawtey Police Departme
being on hand to ensure
safety of everyone
attendance during the eve
Again, I thank all those
participated and support
recent Lawtey Political
Your help and assistance
for a great event!
DavidS
Lawtey Recre
Con)
www. lawtey-

Thanks to B
officer!
-Dear-Editor: ---- -
Late Saturday night m
broke down on C.R. 225
had to leave it there o
side of the road until I
tow it the next day.
At midnight I got a
call from The Bradford C
Sheriffs Office asking
the car. They informed mr
someone had vandalized
car, busted out the w
and stolen the stereo.
I arrived, Bradford C
Deputy Bivins was
helpful and assisted m
every way possible. He
me get the car to a
neighbor's house
had reported the incident

I would like to say a s
thanks to Deputy Bivi
his professional, person
considerate assistance. I
also like to thank the
couple who reported
incident and let me kee


ipport
ed to
d the
nt for
re the


vehicle at their home
overnight.
Chris Meng and Family

Reader


nt. in questions
ed he decision
Rally. Dear Editor:
made I like riding down C.R. 121.
It's a long run between
ltegall Macclenny and Gainesville,
nation with only two stop lights in
mittee Lake Butler .to slow you down.
fl.com You can set your speed and
relax, and even the occasional
Cf* trucks (Publix, WalMart and
Dollar General are the
regulars) don't impede -the-
flow_.The easy driving we
have here would be an
iy car unheard-of luxury where I
and I come from in Orlando. There,
n the you can drive in any direction
could out of the city and you can't
escape endless traffic lights
phone and slow-downs (just inching
countyy along). You can be born and
about die there and never have a nice
ie that drive like we have in Union
d the County every day.
indow That's why 1 can't
When understand why the Union
countyy County Commission voted 5-0
very to approve Plum Creek's
ne in trucking distribution center on
helped C.R. 100. The article in this
nearby paper said that trucks would be
who coming out of Port
Jacksonville to unload at the
center. This means many,
many more trucks roaring
special down C.R. 121 at all hours of
ns for the day and night, backing up
al and traffic at the lights in Lake
would Butler. Not only will this mean
nice congestion, but it will also
the mean noise that you can hear
ep the. through your windows a mile


from 121, and fumes in the air.
And what is the benefit for
the citizens of Union County
to justify this unanimous vote
by the commission? Would
you believe a mere 12 to 24
jobs and a slight decrease in
our taxes? To me this appears
so lopsided against the citizens
of Union County that I'm
amazed there hasn't been a
public reaction.
It appears that the point has
been reached where it's more
profitable for Plum Creek,
which owns 53 percent of the
land in Union County, to start
developing the land rather than
to harvest the trees. Why else
would they be planning to
develop 3,681 acres over on
the forested side of the lake in
Lake Butler? This was
reported in the Union County
Times as a 20-year project,
with time-phased plots of 200-
300 acres being turned into
housing and commercial sites.
Three thousand, six hundred
and eighty-one acres! Can
anyone grasp what that means
for Lake Butler? It's certainly
the end of 'its history as a
sleepy little town. Just imagine
the traffic pouring into Lake
Butler and joining the semi
trucks on C.R. 121. And, the
people who move into the
Plum Creek development will
call their friends and relatives
to come on down and move in
to the rest of Union County.
This is exactly what has
happened to the rest of Florida
to the south. It's called landfill.
Union County has been a
paradise and now the plans are
on paper to bring an end to
that.
See LETTER p.7B


Ratliff clears
the air
Dear Editor:
I would like to address the
article in the July 10
Telegraph. The article stated
that after 38 years with Starke
Auto Parts, Ronnie Ratliff had
retired, Actually, Ronnie has
not retired. His services were
no longer needed at the store
and he was let go as of June
30th.
Ronnie is seeking
employment arid hopefully
will be back serving the Starke
community soon.
Thank you for your many
years of loyalty to Ronnie and
Tina.
The Ratliff Family

Lawtey
Political Rally,
Thanks
Dear Editor:


I wanted to take a moment to
thank everyone who worked
*together to ensure the success
of the recent political rally that
the Lawtey Recreation
Department hosted. To the
candidates who attended our
local event, thank you for your
time and participation. It was
very courteous of you to take
the time otit of your schedules
to visit our community.
I want to thank each of the
Lawtey Recreation Department
Committee 'members who
assisted with the preparations
for the rally. Without you, we
could not have had such a
successful event. Also, special
thanks to Carlton Jones, the
Lawtey City Council member
who presides over recreation.
Thanks so much for your
backing and support before
and during this.event.- It-would
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Lawtey Mayor Jimmie
Scott, present during the event
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Thanks also goes to Cathy
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Joyce Beattie
GAINESVII .LE-Joyce E.
Bcattie, 84, died July 1, 2008 at
North Florida Rehab & Specialty'
Care in Gaines\ ille.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.,
Mrs. Beattie moved to
Gainesville in 2002 from Davie.
Survivors include her husband
of 65 sears, Frank Beattie of
GainesviIle: two daughters, Judy
(Bud) Hofer of Pottstown, Pa.
and Janet (Fd) Kimutis of Starke;
three grandchildren. Michelle
(Bret) Kimutis of Keystone
Heights, Karen (Hank) Phillippi
of Wyoming and Richard
(Raechcl) Kimutis of Clermont,
and four great- grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers donations
may be made in her memory to
Haven Hospice. 4200 NW 90"'
Blvd. Gainesville, FI, 32606.
Forest Meado\ s Funeral Home of
Gainesville was in charge of
arrangements.


Kimberly Ann
Smith Brown
LAKE BUTLER-Kimberly
Ann Smith Brown, 48, of Lake
Butler died Fnday, July 11, 2008,
at the North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico,
Mrs. Brown lived most of her life
in Keystone Heights and Lake
Butler. She was a correctional
officer with Baker Correctional
Institution, retiring in 2007, and
attended the First United
Pentecostal Church in Starke. She
was preceded in death by her,
father. Henry Smith.
Survivors include her husband
of 30 years, Wendell A. Brown;
three daughters. Crystal Rimes of
Alachua, Katherine Benton of
Lake Butler and Ashley Lasseck
of Keystone Heights; her mother,
Katherine Griffin of Starke; a
brother, Robert Smith of West
Plains, Mo.; two sisters, Norma
Hall and Julia Griffin, both of
Starke; and five grandchildren,
Kayley, Lane, Ashlann, Emilee
and Kevin.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brown were held Monday, July
14, 2008, in the First United
Pentecostal Church of.Starke with
the Rev. Ronnie King officiating.
Burial was in Hope Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.


A.J. Dugger
STARKE-A.J. Dugger, 65,
died Thursday, July 10, 2008. at -
the Veteran's Administraton -.
Medical Center in Lake City
following a brief illness.
Born in Sanderson, Mr. Dugger
had lived most of his life in
Starke. He was a hotel manager
for 38 years. He was the son of
J.E. and Eloise Griffis Pearce. Mr.
Dugger was predeceded in death
by a brother, James Allen. He was
a member of New River New
Congregational Methodist Church.
Survivors include his wife of 47
years, Mary Pearce Dugger; a
daughter Lisa (David) Hall; two
sons, Kevin (Lisa) Dugger and
Brian Dugger, all of Starke; a
brother, Johnny Pearce of
Sanderson: two sisters, Patricia
Allen of Starke and Patricia
Pearce of Sanderson: four
grandchildren, Dustin, Salena,
Amanda and David.
Funeral services for Mr. Dugger
were held Sunday, July 13, 2008,
in the New River New
Congregational Methodist Church
of Raiford with the Rev. Jimmie
Scott and the Rev. Randall Griffis
. .,i lire Burial was in Pine
Groee Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler,

Ken Fuqua
STARK E4Charles Kenneth
Fuqua, 73, of Starke died
Saturday July 12, 2008, following
a brief fiess,
Born in Youngstown, Bay

"" He a' tle son of Sim M.
alrar jLrFa qoddwin Fuqua and
S.a in member of First Christian
Cnmrc h of Starke. He served in the
I.;.S MAarine Corps during the
K ,esn Contt c'v Mr. Fuqua
Steiircd trrrm i th Ciiy of Starke
aoter 30 ;,ear, of service working
s o,: Public Reclations Supervisor,
.wp[i {,'ir w i the Meter
,; '" and four years as
.ur.,iSorS in'hlidc his wife of 55
tar', C'arolyni Hultcheson Fuqua;
a f,'i. Steve FIuqua, all of Starke;
gtrundhons, John Fuqua of
Jar 'F ,nvslIe and Brian Fuqua of
Orla do hi' sister-in-law Linda
rW'all;c e Wise and their family,
ai';o f[f Starker
(rw '.ide fitiiral services were
htld 'Inc day, July 15, 2008, with
th Rv. Roman Alvarez
ot'liaiing In lieu of flowers,
contrihutions may be made to
H-aven Iospice. 4200 N.W. 90"'
El d, Gaiinesville, 32606 or a
favorite church or charity.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones Gallaphecr Funeral Home


of Starke.


Winona Hupka
MELROSEI- Winona Clark
Hupka, 84, of Melrose died
Friday, July 1 I, 2008, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home in Starke.
Born in Chicago, Ms. Hupka
moved to Melrose in 1992 from
Appleton, V/is. A homemaker,
Ms. Hupka was a member of St.


William Catholic Church of
Keystone Heights and the
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
Survivors include her niece,
Betsy Jo Outten of Keystone
Heights and a nephew, Wayne
Robert Johansen of Kingwvood.
Texas.
A mass of Christian Burial was
held Tuesday, July 15, 2008, at St.
William Catholic Church of
Keystone Heights with Father
Dung Bui officiating. Burial will
be in Tecumseh, Neb. Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose was in
charge of the arrangements.

Linda Jones
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Linda "Karen" Jones, 58, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
July 13, 2008, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Jones moved to Keystone Heights
in 1998 from Virginia Beach, Va.
She was of the Lutheran faith; a
retired bookkeeper and enjoyed
crafting.
Survivors include her husband
of 10 years, Steven Jones: a son,
Chris Cline, both of Keystone
Heights; her mother, Wilda Kaelin
of Jacksonville; two stepchildren,
Torrie Corbin of Virginia Beach
and Chris Jones of Brodnax, Va.;
and three grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Jones
were held Tuesday, July 15, in
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Chapel. Burial was in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


Byron Kelley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Byron C. Kelley LCDR, U.S.
Navy retired, died June 25, 2008.
Born in Long Beach, Calif., he
was the son of Michael William
and Lois Slater Kelley. Mr.
Kelley was of the Christian faith.
He served 23 years as a Navy
.fighter pilot during the Korean
Conflict and Vietnam. He later
taught school in Orange Park for
10 years.
Survivors include his wife,
Audrey Mann Kelley of Keystone
Heights; two sons, Matthew (Gigi)
Kelly and Jonathan (Sharon)
Kelley; a daughter and son-in-law
Jane and Frank Moore; a great
grandchild; and three step great-
grdndchildren.
Burial with full military honors
will be held Wednesday, J.uly 23,
at I p.m. in Florida National
Cemetery, Bushnell.
Arrangerients -are" by -i'6n s-
Gallagher of Keystone Heights.
The family requests no flowers;
those who wish to remember Mr.
Kelley may send a gift, to the
charity of their choice.

Sherril
Morehouse
MELROSE- Sherril Rhoden
Morehouse, 52. of Melrose died
Tuesday, June 17, 2008 at Shands
at the University of Florida in
Gainesville.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Morehouse lived most of her life


there before moving to the
Melrose area 20 years ago.
Survivors include her husband,
Herbert Morehouse: a daughter
Victoria; a granddaughter: a
brother Wayne: a sister Rhonda
and many other relatives.
A Celebration of Life will be
held Saturday, July 19, 2008, at 11
a.m. in Bible Baptist Church, 301
S. Cherry St., Starke with the Rev.
Roger Wharton officiating.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Joseph Presnell
HAWTHORNE- Joseph Paul
Presnell, 70, of Hawthorne died
Monday, July 14, 2008, at Putnam
Community Hospital in Palatka.
Born in Blountville, Tenn., Mr.
Presnell moved to Hawthorne
from Southbury, Conn. He was a
Army veteran and a member of
the American Legion Post 202,
Keystone Heights.
Survivors include his wife,
Beverly Ann Presnell of
Hawthorne; a daughter Dawn
Streeter of Orlando; a son Joseph
Paul Presnell of Newton, Conn.; a
sister Edith Jones of Meriden,
Conn. and 13 grandchildren.
Services were under the care of
Moring Funeral Home of Melrose.



Mannon Shaw
BRYCEVILLE- Mannon
Eugene Shaw, 70, of Bryceville
died July 12, 2008.
Born in Lulu, Mr. Shaw retired
from the United States Army after
20 years of service. He also retired
from the Florida Department of
Corrections. Mr. Shaw was a
member of the Advent Christian
Church in Lulu. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Royce
Shaw and Eulalia Moore.
Survivors include his wife of 34
years, Mary Shaw, and three
children, Karen Tiffin (David) of
Gainesville, Lisa Milan (Berry) of
Bryccville, and Derrick Proctor
(Kim) of Bryceville: a brother,
Royce Albert Shaw (Marie) of
Lake Butler: his former wife Sonja
Yawn: 12 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mr.
Shaw will be held on Friday, July
18, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the New
Zion Cemetery, in Lulu. In lieu of
flowers, the family has requested
that donations be made to
Community Hospice in Mr.
Shaw's name. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


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LAKE BUTLER- Lewis
(Butchet) Williams, 71, of Lake
Butler, died Tuesday, July 8.
2008, in Lake Butler Hospital.
A lifelong resident of Lake
Butler, Mr. Williams was a
member of St. John Baptist
Church.
Survivors include his wife,
Carrie Williams of Lake Butler: a
son, Tyrone Johnson of Daytona
Beach and a sister, Rutha Mae
Weeks of Lake Butler.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 19, at 11 a.m. at St.
John Baptist Church with the Rev.
Cleveland Weeks and the Rev.
Monroe Weeks officiating. Burial
will be in St. John Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
from 4-8 p.m. at Chestnut
Memorial Chapel in Gainesville.
On Saturday, friends and family
may view from 10-11 a.m.
Arrangements are under the care
of Chestnut Funeral Home of
Gainesville.



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wonderful community of
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and acts ofkindness
during our time of great
loss. We are so proud to
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CRIME


Father
charged
in 2006 crash
A 40-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested on charges
from a 2006 Bradford County
crash that killed his daughter.
Ronald Marvin Homer was
charged July 10 with
manslaughter, vehicular
homicide and reckless driving
causing serious bodily injury.
Homer was driving a 1994
Honda on S.R. 100 on Dec.
27, 2006. The Honda crossed
the centerline and struck an
eastbound vehicle around 7:50
p.m.
Ten-year-old Mallory Lee
Homer was in the back seat and
was wearing a seat belt. She
was pronounced dead at the
scene.
Reports from witnesses who
had seen the car as it swerved
back and forth across the road
and the passenger's side door
being opened and closed prior
to the crash, led officers to
speculate that an argument was
taking place at the time.
Homer had been arrested earlier
for domestic battery.
Mallory's mother, who was
in the front seat, was taken to
Shands Starke with injuries:
Driver of the second vehicle,
Frances M. Tyer, 65 of Starke
was seriously injured in the
crash.
Charges were pending the
results of a toxicology test but
the results were not included in
the arrest report.
Homer's bond was set at
$125,000.

3 charged
with stealing
copper wire
Three people were charged
with stealing copper wire from
several locations in Union
County during the past few
months.
Deputies conducting an
investigation into the recent
thefts arrested Billy Dwayne
Wilkerson on three counts
burglary of structure or
conveyance and four counts of
grand theft, each over $300,
according to Investigator Jerry
Feltner.
Wilkerson, 27, of Lake
Butler was charged with
stealing copper from the back
of a pickup truck at a residence
in December, a roll of copper
wire and scrap copper from a
residence, copper wire and a TV
from a cabin in a hunt club and
batteries and scrap copper wire
from a home, all in June or
July, Investigator Feltner said.
The stolen copper wire was
burned and stripped at
Wilkerson's residence, then
sold for scrap in Lake City.
Also arrested July 9 was
Megan Unique Howell, 21, of
Lake Butler. Howell was
charged with two of the
burglaries and thefts,
Investigator Feltner said.
Curtis Ashton Pearce, 18,
was charged by sworn
complaint with the thefts.
Additional charges are
pending further investigation,
Feltner said.


Wilkerson was also charged
by Deputy Mindy Goodwin on
a Baker County writ of bodily
attachment. He may purge by
paying $1,910.

Union man
faces sexual
criminal
charges
A 68-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested July 14 on
charges of sexual assault.
Leander Williams was
charged following an
investigation into a possible
sexual battery that occurred in
Union County, according to
Investigator Jerry Feltner. The
victim was in the emergency
room in a Gainesville hospital.
During the investigation it
was learned that possibly more
than one assault had occurred
involving the victim,
Investigator Feltner said.
The victim is a teenager.
Man arrested
for trading
stolen
property
A 35-year-old Hampton man
was arrested last week for
trading a stolen air-
conditioning system.
James William Young
offered to help the witness
obtain a new residential A/C
unit for her home, according to
Bradford Cpl. Robbie Watkins.
A deal with the witness
included trading several animals
and cages for the unit, Cpl.
Watkins said. Young delivered
the A/C unit and later returned
with another individual to
install the unit, Cpl. Watkins
said.
The unit was identified by
its model and serial numbers as
having been stolen sometime
in March from a residence in
Hampton, Cpl. Watkins said.
Young was charged by
sworn complaint and a warrant
was secured on July 2 charging
Young with dealing in stolen
property.
Young was arrested July 7
on the warrant by Cpl.
Watkins. Bond was set at
$50,000. He remains in
custody.

3 arrested
for fighting
Three men were arrested in
Union County on July 4th for
drinking and fighting.
The arrests resulted after
deputies were called twice to a
residence on Southeast C.R.
237 where fighting was in
progress in the yard, according
to Deputy David Shane. The
men had apparently been
drinking all day, Deputy Shane
said.
Michael T. Shaw, Rodney
T. Shaw, both 51, and Rodney
E. Keen, 36, of Hawthorne
were charged with disorderly
intoxication and transported to
the county jail, Deputy Shane
said. They refused medical
treatment.


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:
Katherine Covington, 48, of
Starke was arrested July 9 by
Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller for
battery. Covington was charged
with striking the victim with
her fists several times in the
face. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for her release from
custody.
Matthew W. McElveen, 32,
of Starke was arrested July 11
by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for possession of cocaine.
During an interview, the officer
noticed McElveen was
concealing something in his
bottom lip. A piece of crack
cocaine was removed from
McElveen's mouth, Patrolman
King said.
Karl Brandt Lobenthal, 43,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 14 by Union Deputy Brett
Handle for two counts battery
on a person 65 or older and
grand theft. Lobenthal was
charged with grabbing and'
choking the victim, punching
her in the face and throwing her
across the room, Deputy
Handle said. A second victim
was also struck in the head.
The first victim was
transported to the hospital for
X-rays, Deputy Handley said.
Lobenthal stole the victim's


purse with cash and a check for
$900 before fleeing the scene.
Lobenthal was located in
Alachua County and arrested on
the charges. He was also
charged on two warrants for
failure to appear felony
offenses.
Dominick Benjamin Schalk,
23, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 11 by Clay
Deputy H.G. Pittman for grand
theft and fraudulent use of
credit card. Schalk removed the
victim's credit card from her
residence and used the card
several times to withdraw funds
from the bank, Deputy Pittman
said. The total of the thefts was
$815, withdrawals on five
separate occasions, Deputy
Pittman said.
Derrick Woodrow Callan,
31, and John Kenneth
Turknett, 35, both of Starke,
were arrested July 13 by
Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for disorderly conduct.
The two were involved in a
physical altercation in the front
yard of their residence. Their
actions disrupted the peace and
quiet,. Deputy Bivins said.
Turknett was also charged on a
warrant from Holmes County
for violation of probation
battery with no bond.
Jolene Renee Martin, 30, of
Raiford was arrested July 14 by
Clay Deputy J.C. Saunders for
giving false name or false
information. When questioned
during a traffic stop, Martin
gave the name Sarah Moore
with a birthday of 1972.
Martin was verified as her
actual name and she was
charged by Deputy Saunders.


Brandi Rose Bazile, 21, of
Keystone Heights and Linda
Coneita were charged July 12
by Clay Deputy D.M.
McDaniels with retail theft.
Bazile and Coneita were seen
placing linens, clothing, pet
food, kitty litter, milk, bleach,
sandals, medication and a
music CD from the display
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Middleburg store. They then
exited the store without paying
for the merchandise, Deputy
McDaniels said. Value of the
stolen items Was $179.84. All
property was returned to the
store, Deputy McDaniels said.
Bazile and Coneita were issued
citations and written trespass
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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:

Clifford Eugene Harmon,
48, and Leani Brockington, 59,
both of Starke, were arrested
July 7 by Patrolman King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia after a crack pipe
was found in the vehicle during
a traffic stop. Harmon was
charged on a warrant for
violation of probation
possession of cannabis and
ordered to serve 30 days in the
county jail. Brockington was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Clayton Andrew Thornton,
20, of Starke was arrested July
7 by Starke Investigator James
Hooper for theft of credit card
and six counts of fraudulent use
of credit card. Thornton was
charged with stealing the credit
card while employed by the
victim. He then made
purchases totalling $284.91 at
several locations, Investigator
Hooper said. Thornton was
also charged on a warrant with
failure to appear. Total bond
was set at $19,000.
James Ray Harris, 22, of
Starke was arrested July 7 by
Bradford Sgt. Robert L. Lyons
on an order of arrest for
violation of probation. Harris
was ordered to serve 40 days in
the county jail.
John Charles Herman, 27,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 10 by Clay
Deputy K.W. Redgate on a
warrant for sale and delivery of
marijuana and cocaine. Bond
was set at $10,003.
Michael David Patrick, 31,
of Starke was arrested July 10
by Starke Sgt. William Murray
onr a Columbia County warrant
for failure to appear. A $343
cash bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Jeremy Edmund Tillman,
26, of Green Cove Springs was
arrested July 7 by Sgt. Lyons
for violation of probation. He
was ordered to serve 12 days in
jail and released for time
served.
Curtis Johnson, 50, of
Starke was arrested July 9 by
Bradford Sgt. R.W. White for
violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance, cocaine, with no
bond.
Kevin Lee Brown, 33, of
Melrose was arrested July 10
by Clay Deputy J.M. Allen for
possession of controlled
substance and possession of
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found a canister in Brown's
bedroom that contained
marijuana, razor blades, stem
push rods and a glass marijuana
pipe, Deputy Allen said. He
was also charged with violation
of probation homicide.
Bryan Vernon Rice, 28, of
Jacksonville ws arrested July
13 by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for failure to appear
retail theft and resisting arrest
without violence. Total bond
was set at $7,000.
Charles Curtis Crawford,
30, of Starke was arrested July
10 by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel for violation of
probation domestic battery.
Bond was set at $4,000.
Deborah Brown, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 8 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for affray.
Annette Blackman, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 9 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check and
attempted escape.
Anita J. Alford, 38, of Lake
City was arrested July 14 by
Union Deputy Daniel Williams
on a warrant for violation of
probation. She was released on
her own recognizance after
being booked.
David Bridges Prescott, 30,
of Brooker was arrested July 1 I
by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on capias from
Bradford County for violation
of felony probation with no
bond.
Sumar Rayne Hamilton, 20,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested July 8 by Union
Deputy David Shane on
warrants for aggravated battery,
disorderly intoxication and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. She was also
charged with contempt of
court. Total bond was set at
$50,000.
Joseph Gordon, 23, of
Hawthorne was arrested July 14
by Clay deputies on warrants
for sale, manufacture controlled
substance.

Traffic
Jason Alan Moody, 18, of
Starke was arrested July 10 by
Clay Deputy T.J. Brown for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Moody's vehicle was
traffic stopped on Blanding
Boulevard at 1:15 a.m. after
leaving the Crazy Horse
Saloon. Moody was told not to
drive but to call and find a ride
home, Deputy Brown said.
Moody was then seen driving
from his parking spot and was
stopped, Deputy Brown said.
After failing the field sobriety
test, Moody was placed under
arrest. His blood-alcohol level


was 1 percent, Deputy Brown
said.
Juan Carlos Hemandez, 35,
of Jacksonville was arrested
July 9 for no valid driver's
license. Bond was set at $500.
Hosea P. Dean, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested July 10 by
Lawtey Patrolman M.W.
Starling for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS) with knowledge. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Richard J. Westenberger,
30, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 11 by Hampton
Patrolman Taebel for DWLS,
tag not assigned to vehicle and
unregistered vehicle.
Westenberger's pickup truck
was stopped for speeding in the
area of C.R. 221N and Curtis
Drive. He was released from
custody after a $2,500 surety
bond was posted.


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motorcyclist
disability,
and safety
The Florida Highway
Patrol, Florida Rider Training
program and Florida
Department of Transportation
(FDT), launched the
Motorcycle Conspicuity
Campaign.
The statewide initiative will
focus on promoting motorcycle
visibility and safety in an effort
to reduce fatalities on Florida's
roadways.
Research from the National
Highway Traffic Safety
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the nation in motorcycle
fatalities. Florida reported 562
fatalities, a 19.8 percent
increase from the previous
year.
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advantages of in automobile or
truck, motorcyclists are more
likely to suffer severe injury or
death when involved in a traffic
crash. Research suggests that
, motorcyclists who make
themselves more visible, or
conspicuous, are less likely to
have their right-of-way violated
by other vehicles on the
roadways.
To enhance visibility,
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Continued from p.4B
The only means we have to
prevent any of this loss is
through the county
commission. Elections are
coming up in August for two
of the seats, and it appears that
the winner will be the one with
the most and biggest signs on
the road. Qualification for the
job seems to be: having been
born and raised here, being a
member of a local church,
stating an earnest willingness
to honestly represent the
citizenry, and having a desire
to bring in more business and
more jobs. I know that "more
jobs" is a time-honored phrase
to win votes. But more jobs
always bring in more people,


CRIME


more houses, more fast food
joints, more traffic, and a
lower quality of life in general.
The jobs aren't worth it any
more.
I'm looking for a candidate
who says, "A vote for me is a
vote to keep Union County the
way it is." In a decade (or
less), when the impact of the
Plum Creek development is
jamming up the roads, all of
the candidates will be running
on a platform of trying to save
what's left of old Union
County. Let's see if one of the
candidates is savvy enough,
right now, to tap into the pool
of voters who don't want to
lose their country way of life.
Peter Cameron


Blessings we
take for

granted
Dear Editor:
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greatest blessings are the very
things we take for granted. It's
a big blessing to be able to
hear and see. Without our
sight, we would not be able to
enjoy the pretty flowers, our
sons and daughters, the
wonderful beaches, wildlife,
and all the other things wve take
for granted that God has
provided for us.
Without hearing, you would
not be able to hear the
delighted tunes the -birds
warble. We could not hear our
baby's first words. We could
not hear the preaching of
God's word, or read his
messages He gave to us. Our
woodlands are a blessing, they
give off oxygen that's vital to
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Sometime we take good
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good health, you need to visit a
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DuPont Florida Plant employees (back row, I-r) Guy Dyal, Morris Paige, Barry
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Sentinels of Safety Award. Employee involvement is a critical component of the
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pharmacists in the program,
which focuses on Medicaid
patients and educating them to
make better health choices.
Sapp wakes up in the
morning and gets dressed to go
to work like so many others in
the work force, but the
difference is she's already at
work. Her home in Lawtey is
her office.
"I didn't realize that this
type of opportunity was
available to a pharmacist,"
Sapp said. "It really has been a
blessing to have this job."
Rather than dispensing



LEGAL

REQUEST FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be accepted until 10:00
am., Thursday, July 30, 2008, at
the office of the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida 32091, for the following:
PER TON CHARGE FOR
REMOVAL AND HAULING OF
YARD TRASH AND VEGETATIVE
WASTE FROM BRADFORD
COUNTY SOLID WASTE SITE AT
SR 100E & CR 21B TO THE NEW
RIVER SOLID WASTE LANDFILL
Bids will be opened and read aloud
at 10:15 a.m. or as soon thereafter
as possible, on Thursday, July 30,
2008, in the Clerk of Court
Conference room, on the 1s' floor of
the Bradford County Courthouse.
Bids will not be valid unless
received by the bid deadline and in
a sealed envelope marked "Sealed
Bid, Removal of Yard Trash".
Questions may be directed to the
Solid Waste Director, Donny Wise,
(904) 966-6212.
The County reserves the right to
waive formalities in any bid, to
reject any or all bids with or without
cause.
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medication, which is most
people's common view of
pharmacists, Sapp dispenses
knowledge that benefits those
who have congestive heart
failure, hypertension, diabetes,
asthma, renal failure, chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease
and sickle-cell anemia.
She has no direct patient
contact, however. Sapp
corresponds with patient care
managers via computer.
HealthierFlorida patient care
managers are nurses, who are
in contact with patients via
telephone.
"The goal of the program is
to really educate patients and
empower them to make better
health choices," Sapp said.
"The care managers work with
them to educate them about

See SAPP p.12B


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expense-paid weekend to Lauderdale By the Sea from the residents of that
community. "The residents of our community appreciate the service and sacrifice
our men and women in uniform do for our county. Giving them a weekend of rest
and recreation is the least we can do," said Cindy Geesey, executive editor of
ByTheSeaFuture. Mann, a Keystone Heights resident, just returned from a 12-month
tour in Kuwait and Iraq with the 927t Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
stationed at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center. Jamie was born during his
deployment. The community of 7,000 will award one returning service member a
weekend stay each month through October. Pictured are (l-r) 1st Sgt. Rob Sweat,
Sgt. 1st Class Bash, Mann, his wife, Charlotte (holding daughter Jamie), Bob Ross,
USO Center director Naval Air Station Jacksonville and Lori Culberson, family'
readiness coordinator, Camp Blanding Joint Training Center.


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A line of motorcyclists, led by Sgt. 1st Class Paul Redanz, is pictured at the Bradford County Fairgrounds during
a class that trains National Guardsmen to be rider coaches. The class, funded by the National Guard Bureau, is in
response to the number of motorcycle accidents involving young Guardsmen.


RIGHT: Course instructor
Burke Breneman (far left)
gives Master Sgt. Lynette
Ortiz some pointers.


Chief Warrant Officer 4 Michael Fotianos weaves
between cones during an exercise on July 10.


CYCLE:
Continued from p. 1A
have experienced an increase
in the number of accidents
involving soldiers and
motorcycles. The majority of
those accidents are affecting
those 18 to 25 years old.
" s "Sgt "1st Class Paul
Redanz put it, young soldiers
are returning home from
deployment with money to
spend, so they buy big, fast
motorcycles.
"Now they've got a fancy new
motorcycle," Breneman said,
"but maybe they don't have
all the skills and experience
they need to manage .that.
Because ofthat, that, there are a lot
of accidents."
Therefore, 12 full-time
staff members in the Guard
participated in classroom
exercises and -.parking lot
exercises at the 'Bradford
County Fairgrounds, learning
not only the basics of the
Motorcycle Safety. Foundation
Course, but how to effectively
teach those basics to others.
That's why if Breneman saw
his students dismount their
bikes improperly, for example,
he reminded them that if they're
going to.teach others the way to
dismount properly, they must
do so as well.
Breneman, who has been
teaching for 20 years, said a
big part of what those who
participated in last week's
training will go on to do is teach
riders how to combine the basic
skills of riding with" collision-
avoidance tech-niques. One
area of concentration was
turning speed selection, which
Breneman said is the most
common cause of accidents.
"Folks are too fast going
into a turn, don't know how
to manage that aind..wreck,"
Breneman said: "One of the
important things we teach here
is turning-speed selection-


how much do you slow before
you go into a turn?"
Breneman said in essence,
riding coaches will be teaching
life-saving skills, which fits in
perfectly with why the National
Guard Bureau funded the
course.
"We just try to ensure safety
in everything (Guardsmen) do,"
Starnes said.
The prospective riding
coaches wrapped up the course
by training real students, which
were provided courtesy of CC's
Motorcycle Training.
"They do the real job with
real students," Breneman said.
"It's kind of their graduation
ceremony."
Redanz described the course
as "excellent," while Master Sgt.
John Strasburg of Homestead, a
fellow riding coach in training,
said, "It's a great course. It
really is."
Brenman said the experience
at the fairgrounds was a little
different in that most people
he works with are simply avid
motorcyclists who probably
haven't taught anything to
anybody. The Guardsmen,
however, already possessed a
background in training, plus
the knowledge and experience
in cooperating and working as
part of a team.
Therefore, the Guardsmen
were easy to work with.
"It was lots of fun," Breneman
said.
Besides Redanz and
Strasburg, the other Guardsmen
who participated in last week's
training were: Sgt. Maj.
Clarence Zarnes of Orange Park,
Staff Sgt. Joseph Rappel of
Titusville, Sgt. Angel Figueroa
of Cassleberry, Chief Warrant
Officer 2 Bynum "Rocky"
Alumbaugh of Jacksonville,
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when they've started their bikes and are ready to go. Each student took a turn
leading an exercise as they are all training to be rider coaches at their respective
National Guard facilities.





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NFRCC Boardroom 100 East Call Street Starke
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Monthly meeting
Thursday, July 24, at 12 noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conference Center-
1610 N Terhple Ave Starke

Friday Fest Cruzin (Special Location)
Friday, June 25, 5:00 pm
Starke Ford Mercury
13447 US Hwy 301 South
*Parade to Downtown Starke after the awards
Main Street Starke, Inc.
Monthly meeting
Monday, Aug. 11 at 12 noon
NFRCC Boardroom-100 E Call Street Starke
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42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
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48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


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52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
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58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
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65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
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Lawtey Rd., Starke. Call
904-964-4196 or 352-
222-3452.
48
Homes for Rent
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, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
St Starke, $49.500. Call
352-745-0039
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
SFARKE 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.
2004 3/2 HOMES OF MERIT
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. 26'8"x56'. 1493
sq ft. Located on 8.13
acres and close to Starke
Country Club in Bradford
County, $170K. Call 904-
964-5948.
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
3/2 MUST GO REAL CE-


DAR LOG SIDING and
brand new metal roof.
Will sell for $25K, call
Marion at 386-590-0971.
4/2, 1900 SO FT GUY
HAD TO MOVE FOR JOB
TRANSFER. Will sell for
$30,900. Call Marion at
386-590-0971.
CUSTOMER FELL
THROUGH 4/2, home
is handicap accessible.
1.600 sq ft, special show-
ers and wider doors (36").
Will sell for $53K, call
Marion at 386-590-0971
FACTORY REPO, NEVER
BEEN TITLED. 4/2, one
left with furniture and de-
cor package, only $380/
mth with no land as col-
lateral. Call Marion at
386-590-0971
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

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


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-big trees S39K call 352-
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FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT COMPLETE with
CH/A. cable provided, all
utilities paid' Central loca-
lion 10o 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,
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ping. theatre, and morel
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the Starke Post Office
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LAKE BUTLER APART-
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,Street, Lake Butler, Fl
"32054 Ph 386-496-3141,
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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 cai garage
tile floors granite coun-
teltops J walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess $1,000/mth each
One month deposit. Call
352-473-3560.
PRIVATE, CLEAN FUR-
NISHED 1BR APART-
MENT on Keystone
Heights lake ideal for one
person All utilities fur-
nished. Reduced rent for
yard maintenance. Call
Gerry at 352-473-7769
WHISPERING OAKS APAR-
MENTS "SPECIAL." 3/2,
,.only $599/mth 2/2, only
-$579/mth Both with $199
,deposit. W/D hook-ups,
'pool, computer room,
fitness center, walking
distance to school. Pets
welcome. Call 904-368-
0007
;3/2 BRAND NEW HOMES
IN STARKE One at
:..$1,000, one at $1,100.
BBoin require first, last
: r.,] deposit Call 352-
1"745-1189.
HOUSE MATE WANTED -
2/1 FOR $390/MTH, Mel-
rose Yard, nice neigh-
:borhood. Call Stacie at
S352-222-7125.
,TRAILERS FOR RENT -
TWO DOUBLEWIDES.
One in Hampton, 3/2,
j750/mlhf -with firsthand,
:a-sL _-One inTiny_ Coie
T Fjill r ,i,,_1 -:hl .--
'_Heights, 3/2, $695/mth
;-with first and last, (gar-
r bage, water and bug
Stspray included) Also,
I'SWMH in Tiny Cove
STrailer Park in Keystone
Heights, 2/1,$525/mth,
: (garbage, water and bug
spray included). Call 352-
473-3728, ask for Kathy
Perryman.
1/1.5. 900 SO FT ON QUIET
ROAD. WALK TO Key-
S-stone beach and schools.
$600/mth, first and last.
Call 352-475-3348.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
,2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security Call 904-964-
S4303,
KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE,
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HOUSE FOR RENT 2/1
ON ONE ACRE LOT
$650/mth. Call Mike at
904-364-7026
RAIFORD 4/2 ON 3 ACRES
$850/mth with $500 se-
curity deposit Call Mike
Brown at 904-626-5721 or
904-259-4891 Available
August 1
1BR DUPLEX CLOSE TO
STARKE HIGH SCHOOL
$325/mth. first, last and
$150 deposit. Call 352-
284-4280
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STARKE HIGH SCHOOL
$450/mth, first, last and
$200 security deposit
Call 352-284-4280
MOBILE HOME IN SMALL
PARK LOCATED ON
SR121 Close to all pris-
ons. CH/A Call 904-
364-8535
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME 2/1 on one
acre fenced lot. paved
ioad Close to town
First. last and security
S:)00 nillh call 352- 47)-

3094
3/1 NEWLY REMODELED
HOME IN STARKE. First,
last and deposit. Ref-
erences required. Call
386-793-4446.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON
WOODED LOT QUIET
AREA CH/A, large deck,
service animals only.
$675/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
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ACRES. $700/mth plus
deposit. Call 904-612-
8334. 3031 SE 130th
St., Starke.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with
big trees. $39K, call 352-
473-5745.
51
Lost/Found
LOST BLACK MIXED LAB
AND YELLOW/WHITE
FEMALE MIXED HOUND/
BULL. Lab is mate with
blue cloth collar, answers
to Quincy. Hound is fe-
male with yellow collar,
answers to Baby. Last
seen July 14 in Lawtey
area. Call Mitchell Brown
at 904-782-3912.
52
Animals
and 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.
ATTN: 4-H AND.FFA MEM-
BERS Sept.-Dec. black
Limousin and Limousin
cross steers. Good show
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HUA PUPPIES 2 males
and 1 female. Wormed,
6 weeks old. $275 each
Call 386-431-1404
53A
Yard Sales
MOVING SALE 48 YEARS
WORTH OF STUFF Fri-
day and Saturday, July
25th and 26th, 8am-?
1221 Bradford St
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-? 1004 Clark St.
Misc items, clothing and
Avon
YARD SALE-FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, JULY 18th
and 19th 2286 SE 144th
St, Griffis Loop area.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM.
SR16 North, take left on
CR233. one mile on the
left
YARD SALE FRIDAY.
JULY 18. 8AM-2PM and
Saturday, July 19. 8am-
12pm Men, women'sand
girls clothing, toys. house-
hold items, baby items
car seat No early birds
5770 NW 203rd St
IlUGL YARD SALE FRI-

DAY, SATURDAY AND
SUNDAY. Starts at 7am,
house next door to Hamp-
ton Elementary School.
COME ONE, COME ALL
LARGE YARD SALE,
many new items. Satur-
day, July 19, 7am-2pm,
Pit Stop Cafe, Lawtey.
HOME INTERIOR CLEAR-
ANCE SALE Friday and
Saturday, 9am-4pm 9
miles from Starke Ele-
mentary towards Raiford,
left to CR235, look for
signs. Reduced candles,
greenery, pictures. Up to
50% off on many items
Charlotte Durrance, 904-
964-7575 or 904-966-
1832. "
3031 SE 130TH ST.
CLOTHES, TOOLS, AP-
PLIANCES. Call 904-
612-8334, July 20, 2008
JULY CLEARANCE SALE
EACH FRIDAY, 10am-
5pm and Saturday, 10am-
12pm. Lin's Basketry and
Gifts, 103 Edwards Rd.,
904-964-8191
MOVING OUT YARD SALE
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, 8am-? Items include
L-shaped couch, leather
recliner, household items,
home decor, toys, crib/
changing table, clothes
and much more. Every-
thing must go. NW 216th
St. (Crawford Rd), look
for signs.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY, JULY 19, 8AM-
? Daybed, books, desk,
misc. 6765 Womans
Club Dr.
HUGE YARD SALE KEY-
STONE GOLF'CLUB.
4262 SE 2nd Ave. 'Ma-
terial, household items,
electronics, plus more.
7:30am-2pm, Friday and
-Saturday.
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8AM-1PM. 8003 Valley
Dr off SR100, 6 miles
past Gizmo, follow signs
Girls clothes and shoes
(12mths to 6yrs), furni-
ture, craft supplies, tools,
dishes, low prices.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
YARD SALE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, JULY 19, Saturday,
8am-3pm Large com-
munity yard sale at Union
County Riding Club on
SR121, south of SR100
in Lake Butler. Tractor,
horse stuff, tack, tools,
household items, cloth-
ing. furniture and more.
Baked goods for sale
Pony rides for a dona-
tion. All proceeds will go
to cancer patient Debbie
Richard 904-263-0256
55
Wanted
ELDERLY MAN LOOKING
FOR A ONE BEDROOM
apartment, studio or small
trailer Can pay up to
$275/mth Call 352-485-
3578
LOOKING TO SHARE A
RinF riiiiii. IiNF stii

dent would like to carpool
starting in August Edu-
cation program, grades
K-6. Call 904-964-6387
if interested.
57
For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box Name brand, new in
Plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
.BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed. dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion New still in boxes
Retad $5,600, sacrifice for
$950 352-377-9846
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
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
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.
STEEL SHOW BUILDING
Big or little. Recession


and advertising double
disc Can erect, cheap
freight, www.scg-grp.com
#0OSH, 352-538-0183.
FRESH FARM RAISED TI-
LAPIA HERE IN STARKE.
We also have Diva Cu-
cumbers and dried herbs
as well as fresh herb
plants All fish, produce
and plants are chemical
and pesticide free. Call
D & K Aquaponics, Inc .
904-964-9642,
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 Esli- .
males 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.
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.
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-
tion. CPR and first aide
Part time or around the
clock. Reasonable rates
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.
64,
Business
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Experienced teaching
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truck parts specialist.
Salary relative to experi-
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155 East Brownlee St. in
Starke.
FULL-TIME TRANSCRIP-
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accuracy score. 1yr
hospital transcription ex-
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along with high profes-
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management. Responsi-
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---maintain and complete
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Individual will need to be
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with benefit package.
Please send resume to:
Position, 7100 Airpark Rd,
Starke, FL 32091 by July
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Continued from p t i
their disease state -theirh
chronic condition -so that
when ilihe, to the doctor's
office these can ask "ood
questions and hace a belier
understanding o( their disease
state, to help them make bettller
choices."
As an c\ample of1 what she
does as part of her job. Sapp
said she \\as recently contacted
bx a care manager concerning
a patient who \vas an asthmatic
arnd taking several allergy
medications. One of the
medications was not going to
be covered by Medicaid any
longer, so Sapp was asked
what other medications were
a laile that would be
covered. Not only did Sapp
research possible medication
options, but she also looked
into the patient's medication
and claims history as well as
put t..gethei some detailed
information on allergy
treatments. The information
was saved to the patient's
profile.
In another instance. Sapp
may have a care manager
contact her about a patient who
has congestive heart failure, is
taking 10 to 12 medications
and is experiencing a possible
side effect from one of the
medications. Sapp may be
asked to determine if one of
.the medications could indeed
be causing a side effect or if a
possible interaction is
occurring between two or more
of the medications.
Through the coordination
between Sapp and care
managers, patients are
provided with information they
can discuss with their
physicians. If a care manager
thinks a patient isn't able to
effectively discuss that
information with a physician,
Sapp is asked to provide it to
the physician. She does so via
automated fax, making sure
the physician's office receives
it before a particular patient's
visit.
Though Sapp has access to
patients' medical information,
none of that information is
saved on the laptop computer
she works on. The data is
accessed by logging into the
mainframe of the McKesson
Corporation, which has taken
the necessary precautions to
prevent patient information
from being accessed or seen by
others.
"All the systems that we use
are HIPAA compliant," Sapp
said, adding, "I can't keep
anything in my office. If I do
print something out that has
patient information, I'm
required to shred it at the end
of my day. They also have
unannounced annual visits to
each employee's home to
make sure we are HIPAA
compliant."
It 'has been a learning
process for Sapp, who has
worked in the McKesson
program for ,approximately a
year. She's not the only one
learning, though. Having
pharmacists as part of a
disease management program
is relatively new for the
McKesson Corporation, she
said. That has allowed Sapp
and the program's other
pharmacist to provide input
into the design of their roles.
"So far, everything that
we've been trying has been
working and working really
well," Sapp said. "We're really
fortunate in that respect."
It has been an adjustment for
Sapp to be without the
interaction between co-
workers that occurs in most
work settings, but she does
stay in contact with
HealthierFlorida's other
pharmacist. T. .- L it.,"
Sapp said, -' i distant
mr!c ... ir, r : il. how
their day went,r . issues
either one is I or projects
they are on ahs part of
their : '
Sapp said Ahe is thanikuli for
the .. ,, i at hIs imade
her job pw P iMeP.f'/ '!i her
to .. . what 51he doe0
"It ama/es J, me that 1Im a;le
to do w.ha I'm able o d i aird
communicate; *mlh io miny

said.
Sapp h, her a 4
pharmacihtI ;ai,' i9,'b
'I ., l : 1 ,, hI
the care : *l-


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Dawn Sapp
Orange Park. She then worked
at Riverside Hospital in
Jacksonville before moving to
Orlando, where she worked at
the M.D. Anderson Cancer
Center. She educated patients
about their chemotherapy
treatments and talked to them
about pain management. Sapp
said she probably spent too
much time with those patients
because once she got to talking
with them, topics turned to
family and other issues at the
forefront of their minds.
Those talks, however,
helped patients through a
difficult time in their lives.
"It was just very fulfilling to
provide a service and to help
folks," Sapp said.
Sapp said she envisioned


moving back to Lawvtey at
some point in .,her life,- but
thought it wvould"be closer to
her time of retirement.
However, she married Fred
Sapp, who was living in
Lawtey, which brought her
back sooner than anticipated.
That's OK, though. She
enjoys being back home,
seeing people she knew when
she lived there before and
being closer to her parents. She
especially likes the fact her
teenage son, Evander, gets to
see more of his grandparent- -
"I'm one of those parents
who believes that grandparents
are very important in a child's
life," Sapp said. "I've al%' aj:,
tried to make sure my -son
spends as much time with mn,
parents as possible. He's gling
to spend even more time I Ith
them -now. -I think that's a
blessing."
Sapp did work briefl'i in
Gainesville after moving back
to Lawtey, but she was locking
for a job that offered her the
same schedule she worked in
Orlando-strictly days and no
weekends. She figured she
would always have some kind
of commute from home, but
she then discovered the
position with the McKe-,o'n
Corporation.
"I was just doing an online
job search," Sapp said. "I d-,n 'i
remember how I came ab:,utl
searching for 'work from'ii
home,' but there it popped up.
They were recruiting at the
time for the position."


It seemed like the perfect fit,
and it has been at this point in
her life, Sapp said. If she was
younger, she would probably
want to work outside of the


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