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Noteworthy


Bradford High
introducing
Freshman
Connection
The Bradford High School
Freshman Connection is new to
BHS and will replace the former
freshman orientation this year.
Freshman Connection will take place
Tuesday, Aug. 5, beginning at 5 p.m.
and all incoming freshmen and their
parents/guardians are encouraged to
attend.
Freshman Connection will provide
important information to help
incoming freshmen be successful
at BHS. Workshops will follow a
presentation by a guest speaker, and
topics will include student schedules,
study habits, team building, peer
mediation and more.
There will be a question and
answer session with upperclassmen
and a chance to meet faculty, coaches-
and administrators, and sign up for
clubs and other school activities.
The workshops will conclude with
a cookout and a student-led tour of
the high school campus.
Bradford High School is very
excited about this new event and
looks forward to connecting with
new freshmen. Any questions may
be directed to BHS at (904) 966-
6080 or (905) 966-6094.




New River plans-
next rally
The New River Volunteer Fire
Department, located at 20173 N.W.
C.R. 235, will host a political rally
on Saturday, Aug. 2, at 3 p.m.
Come out and get answers to
your questions before the election.
Food and drinks will be available
and the rally will feature live music
performances.
The fire department will also be
showcasing the new fire station
addition paid for entirely by
donations and fundraisers.
For more information, call Chief
Al Sanchez at (352) 494-9115.




See the stars
Aug. 6 at the
Andrews Center
Thanks to the generous donation
of a Meade 12" LX200 telescope
to the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium
by astronomy enthusiast, Michael
Toomey, the planetarium will be
offing free public "sidewalk
astronomy" outreach viewings
throughout Alachua and Bradford
counties each month.
Kika Silva Pla Planetarium staff
has started setting this telescope-up-at-
random locations on the Wednesday
closest to first quarter moon for any
and all passersby .to enjoy close up
views of the moon and planets.
Occasionally, specific locations
are advertised in advance to allow
everyone interested to attend. The
first telescope public outreach event
held was a hit, even with heavy cloud
cover to start it off. The telescope
was set up in front of the fountain at
Plaza Royale in Gainesville on July
16. It looked like a washout with
the clouds, but after about an hour
the clouds got thin enough to view
Jupiter through them.
The next viewing will be held at
Santa Fe College Andrews Center in
Starke on Wednesday, Aug. 6, from
8-11 p.m. The viewing is free to all
who pass by.


County budget


balanced at


$30.1


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The county clerk has presented
the commission with a balanced
budget that contains no significant
cuts in services in spite of funding
reductions.
Losses due to Amendment 1 and
other revenue cuts were not as severe
as expected.
According to figures from the
property appraiser, taxable values
are down from last year even though
just values are up. The just value
of property-including real estate,
railroad and tangible personal
property-increased by nearly
$21.5- million to almost $2.2 billion.
Taxable value was down nearly $51
million to $852 million thanks in
part to tax cuts obtained through
additional exemptions and portability
after Amendment 1 passed.
(The taxable value of property for
the school district taxes will be higher


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since its revenue collection was not
impacted by the implementation of
Amendment 1.)
The increase in homestead
exemption meant that while there
were only around 100 new homestead
declarations in the countyhomestead
exemptions jumped more than $79
million to nearly $240 million worth
of property value the county cannot
tax. New exemptions on tangible
personal property reduced taxable
value by $10.1 million to $141.9
million.
The latest tax roll data shows new
construction was also down more
than $5 million, meaning fewer new
properties to tax.
While the tentative millage rate for
next year-9.1769- mills or around
$9.18 for every $1,000 of proleirty
value-has not been changed, the
amount of revenue generated for the
county by that rate has decreased
from $8.24 million this year to $7.82
million next year. It's a reduction,


County Just Value
County Taxable Value

Real Estate
Real Estate Parcels
Total Just Value
Total Taxable Value
New Construction
Homestead Parcels
Homestead Exemptions
Save Our Home Exempt
Taxable Homestead

Tangible Personal
Property
TPP Accounts
Total Just Value
Total Taxable Value

Centrally Assessed
(Railroad Property)
Railroad Accounts
Total Just Value
Total Taxable Value


$2,175,418,215
$903,306,367


14,443
$1;966,191,462
$737,894,046
$30,095,714
6,389
$160,113,471
$184,133,867
$313,351,187



1,475
$195,795,965
$151,981;533



420
$13,430,788
$13.430.788


$2,196,867,575



!4,6-,24
$1,968,148,13
$696,682,248
$24,820,52'8
6,490'
$239~,598,55-1'
$1167,485,538
$266,246,1!87



1,405
$196,810,306
$141,858;902'



477
$15,458,203


The listed taxable value will provide more than $7.8 million in
property-tax revenue to the county commission. This number is
lower than the taxable value available to the school board because
of the implementation of Amendment 1.


but not the $800,000 cut expected
based on the state's calculation.
According to the county, growth
in property values helped offset the


state's prediction and shrunk the
reduction in property tax revenue to
$416,000.
See COUNTY, p. 2A


Will Lawtey school be ready for students?


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


A special meeting was scheduled
for Wednesday afternoon that may
resolve the issue, but as of press
time, an unhappy school board sent
Superintendent Harry Hatcher back
to the contractor for the Lawtey
Community School construction
project to further negotiate a deal to
bring the project to a close.
There remains a punch list of items
yet to be completed, but the real
concern is that the failure to meet
contract specifications for insulation
will mean freezing students and
teachers again when winter arrives.
In January, students returned from
their holiday break to brand new, but
very cold, classrooms. While school
was not cancelled, a number of
angry parents pulled their children
out of school for two days.
While the system settings on the
climate control system-which was
pumping below-freezing air from
outside into the building at the same
time the heating system was trying -
to heat the classrooms-have been
corrected, there is concern that the
poorly insulated classroom buildings
will not be enough to protect students
and staff when temperatures drop
again.
The clock is ticking on how to
address the problem before school
begins and any further educational


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The buildings are standing, but can they stand up to the cold? The fear is that they can't and it may be
a problem that won't be addressed by the time school starts.


disruption takes place. The looming
start date for the fall semester is just
further pressure on a school board
whose patience has been exhausted
while waiting for.an end to a project
that was supposed to be completed
before school began last fall.
The school board has been holding


back a final payment of more than
$300,000 as leverage to get things
moving. However, representatives
of the contractor, Suwannee
Environmental Construction, have
said addressing the insulation issue
will require the board to invest
additional dollars in the project and


essentially give up any claim to
liquidated damages accrued as the
project has crept along.
In return, came a promise that the
additional work would be completed
by Aug. 11. That includes spraying
insulation foam on the roof of each
See LAWTEY, p. 3A


Starke 2009 budget a work in progress


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Starke commissioners are
considering theirbudget for next year,
which has yet to be completed.
Property tax revenue is based on a
higher millage rate than this year-
3.9528 mills versus 3.7290 mills.
City Clerk Linda Johns explained the
millage rate, although higher, still
represents a rollback since taxable
property values will be lower than
the current year, due in part to
Amendment 1. The city will have to
raise the tax rate in order to collect
the same amount of revenue as it did
this year.
At $588,500, she said the city
wouldn't be collecting any additional
property tax revenue other than
on buildings and other additions
(including annexed property) that
are new to the tax rolls.
The tentative budget presented
to the commission did not include


the yet-to-be completed budget for
the enterprise, or utility, fund. This
business fund for the electric, water,
sewer and gas operations is by far
the city's largest source of revenue
and expense, amounting to $19
million of the $24.5 million budget
for 2008.
The preliminary 2009 budget
did include tentative figures for
the general fund, which covers
administration, finance, police, fire,
recreation, etc. The $4.45 million
total' represents an approximately
$40,000 increase in expenditures
over 2008.
The $7,500 increase in the
internal service fund-which covers
purchasing and the city garage-
brings it to nearly $352,000 for
2009, but the transportation trust
fund for streets is down just slightly
to $778,000.
Each of the funds is showing
a revenue deficit, with the total
amounting to nearly $565,000.


Johns said the figures for 2009 are
largely reflective of the current year's
budget, with increases allocated
only where necessary. It contains no
funding for pay increases.
Sales tax revenue is expected to
dip, but will still bring the city
more than $700,000. Revenue from
communications taxes is also down
around, but $54,000 in new franchise
fee revenue expected from Florida
Power and Light and Clay Electric
helps make up the difference.
Municipal revenue sharing is also
expected to increase more than
$30,000.
The transfer of utility revenue for
the general fund remains at nearly
$840,000, higher than any other
single source of revenue. That, and
other sources, brings the general
fund revenue total to $3.97 million,
which is still short nearly half a
million dollars based on the $4.45
million in anticipated expenditures.


Police dept. looking
at new ways to
collect revenue
Revenue from fines and
forfeitures continues a downward
trend, dropping another $40,000 to
$80,000. This is blamed on the state
taking a higher percentage off the
top, causing the city to explore the
option of issuing municipal fines
for speeding, parking and other
infractions.
According to Police Chief Gordon
Smith, this could eventually include
fines for red-light runners caught by
installing cameras at intersections
should the Legislature ever move
to allow them on state and federal
highways.
Currently cities can only install
them by passing an ordinance to
allow them on local roads.
Fines could be less than those set
by the state, and -the city would keep
See STARKE, p. 9A


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he property tax in Florida is
constitutionally a local tax,
administered, levied, and
collected by local officials. Statutorily,
the Department of Revenue has been
assigned the role of determining that
local officials are complying with the
law, resolving any compliance issues.
that may arise, and aiding and assisting
local governments in their duties.

While Department resources are
primarily focused on oversight of
property valuation functions of property
appraisers, the Department has roles
and responsibilities in almost all aspects
of the local property tax revenue
process.These includes the public
notice and advertising of assessments
and rates, billing, the assessment and
exemption appeals process, property
tax billing, and collection.


Taxable Parcel Count
Property Type Value (millions)
(billions) _
Single Family $8028 6.22
Multi-family $71.3 0 19
Agricultural $12 1 0.23
Vacant lots $68 7 1 69
Non-agricultural $95 0 13
Commercial/Industrial $232.9 0.35
Institutional/Government $2.6 0.27
I Other Real Property $185 0.20
I Tangible Personal Property __ $972 1.26
T rl i i a9 ,o1 5: -

L viv.e Auth.).nty 2005 Tiles Levied
itiit i i,a..-, hi
Schools $10.4
Counties $8.7
Cities $3.5
Others $3.3
T, l _25__


1 PropertyTax Base
Property Appraisers
The county property appraiser is a locally elected official responsible by
law for determining lust, or market, value of all property and establishing
exemption eligibility The resulting taxable value is the basis for levying
property taxes by all local governments
Department of Revenue
The Department of Revenue oversees the operation of local property
appraisers,determining compliance with applicable laws through a roll
review process and by assuring property appraiser offices are adequately
funded The Department acts to resolve compliance problems through
various enforcement tools, including the ability to disapprove a tax roll
The Department also provides aid and assistance to property appraisers
to enhance compliance

6 PropertyTaxes Paid


Property Tax Millage Levies
Elected Officials
Revenue to be raised from property tax is determi
locally elected governing boards as part of their bu
setting process Based on property tax revenue re,
operating expenses, millage rates are established.-
Department of Revenue
The Department plays no role in setting property t
villages other than to ensure that governments do
exceed constitutional millage caps.


Taxpayers
Taxes are due and payable on November Ist or as soon as
the tax bill is received An early payment discount of 4% is
available for taxes paid in November, 3% for taxes paid in
December, 2% for taxes paid in January and 1% for taxes paid
" in February
Department of Revenue
The Department of Revenue is available to answer taxpayer
inquiries about the property tax collection process and to
assist with communications with tax collectors and property
appraisers,


Pr


wave -e LocW Government Property Tax Process


w.tim lln g I rr JL Ly Laxes
Tax Collectors
Tax bills are prepared by the tax collector and
normally mailed around the first of November,
with payment due by the following March 30.
Early payment discounts are available. Property
taxes constitute a first lien on the property
assessed.
Department of Revenue
The Department of Rever.,.. p:..: .., r.: I.:..
for the property tax bill fc r i :: ..-,t,


TAX COLLECTOR ,


property Tax Collections
Tax Collectors
Payment is made to the tax collector Tax certificates are sold for all
property on which tax payments are delinquent After two years tax '
deed may be sold for property on which taxes have not been paid .
The tax collector, in conjunction with the property .
appraiser, processes all requests for refunds of taxes.
Department of Revenue
The Department of Revenue is granted authority to approve or deny refund requests of $400 .
or more. The Department must also approve all requests for correction or cancellation of
tax certificates. The Department provides many forms used in the tax collection process and
provides training, as well as assistance to tax collectors and their offices.


Department of Revenue
The Department is required to prescribe
uniform procedures governing certain
aspects of VAB hearings, as well as
provide forms.


8 Funding of Local Government Services
Local Governments ,
Property taxes are distributed by the tax collector to all local
governments levying the tax.
In 2005, 67 counties, 67 school boards, 462 municipalities, 231
independent special districts and 5 water management districts
levied property taxes. A total of $25.9 billion was levied, making
property tax the largest governmental revenue source in Florida.


PT-902012
R. 09/06


COUNTY
Continued from p. 1A


$8.8 mil
for next
from $9
Out of th


Nearly $5.89 million of expenses
that property tax revenue is' out to he
allocated to the general fund, and for
$1.7 million to the sheriff's emerge
office, $140,000 to emergency EMS. T
medical services and $90,000 covers o
to the health department. departm
There was no money maintena
budgeted for raises in the office,.
tentative $30.1 million budget. Decre
The commission has instructed jail per:
the clerk and county manager expense
to go back and find money .... sheriff's
for raises, and add a $500,000 the incr<
state allocation received to for disp
help fund a new senior citizens absorbed
center. That means the budget in the
total will change before the center. C
first public hearing rolls fines an
around. around
The general fund accountsfor million.


lion of the total budget
year, but that's down
1.5 million this year.
hat the board covers its
s and transfers money
lp fund areas like fines
features, the library.
ncy management and
he general fund also
other areas like the fire
ents, animal control,
ance and the extension

eased spending for
sonnel and operating
es,,. at the jail and
Office helped offset
ease in personnel costs
atch since the county
d'the city's employees
consolidated dispatch
Overall the budget for
id forfeitures is down
$23,000 to $5.06


Solid waste completed
a construction project this
,year and there are no new
budget items requested other
than $30,000 more for new
equipment, so the overall
budget has been decreased by
more than $350,000 to $1.46
million.
Across-the-board cuts
in funding stuck for most
departments, including
the other constitutional
officers, building and-zoning,
maintenance. veteran services,
emergency management and
the county manager's office.
There were exceptions
where funding was increased
or additional allocations were
obtained. Additional money
for training, supplies and
new equipment, for example,
will bring the fire department
budget up more than $70,000


to $277,733.
The animal control budget
added $12,500 to more than,
$120,000 for next year. -
The EMS budget was
balanced by increasing
projected revenue .from
collections based on a higher
collection rate and increased
call load. The EMS budget is
up from $1.88 million to $2.01
million.
Unspent funds carried
forward to next year will
increase the budget for
community development
$73,000 to $951,000.
The largely grant-funded
department carries forward
funds from grants that cover
multiple budget cycles.
The county did not increase
its allocation for the library,
but the state did, pushing the
budget from $1.02 million to


State grants $407,000 to Bradford parks


Under the leadership of
Gov. Charlie Crist and the
Florida Legislature, the 2008-
09 budget includes $24 million
to expand and improve local
parks statewide. The Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection's Florida
Recreation Development
Assistance Program will
grant Bradford County almost
$407,000 to develop and
enhance community parks,
providing outdoor recreation
opportunities and improving
public access to Florida's
natural resources.
"Outdoor recreation areas
and facilities are a vital part
of Florida's economy, drawing
both Floridians and visitors to


experience the state's natural
resources," said DEP Secretary
Michael. W. Sole. "With the
support of Governor Crist
and the Florida Legislature,
FRDAP funding allows
Florida cities and counties
to develop and enhance
local parks while uniting
their communities through
recreational opportunities."
Bradford County projects
funded in this year's budget
include:
City of Hampton City
Park The funds will be used
for a picnic pavilion, restroom,
landscaping, renovate
playground and parking.
City of Hampton Bobbie
Sheppard Park The money


will be used for a new camping
facility, picnic facility,' bike
trail, playground, parking and
landscaping.
City of Starke
Thomas Street Recreation
Improvements The funds
will be used for a new nature
trail, picnic facilities, parking
and landscaping', and for the
renovation of the basketball
court, playground and
'restroom/concession stand.
"Reserving space afnd funds
for recreation is essential to
the healthy growth of Florida's
communities and citizens,"
said DEP's Florida Division
of Recreation and Parks
Director Mike Bullock. "The
FRDAP program continues


to facilitate city and county
park growth and enhancement,
strengthening families and the
protection of Florida's natural
resources."
Administered by DEP,
FRDAP is a competitive grant
program, providing funds to
local communities for public
outdoor recreation. Over
the last decade, Florida has
invested more than $250
million to improve local park
facilities through this' grant
program, funding more than
2,000 projects statewide.
For a list of funded projects
and information about applying
for a FRDAP grant, visit www.
dep.state.fl.us.


$1.5 million for next year. .:
Gas taxes are down in the.,
..road department,-,byut carry
forward and new grant dollars
raised the road department
budget to $5.34 million.
An additional $30,000 was
allocated for gas ($200,000)
and the diesel budget more
than doubled to $313,000
because of rising costs.
Increases for free legal
services, drug court, utilities,
etc. boosted the court budget
$55,000 to $582,973.
Agencies like ACORN
and Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare are also receiving
increases.


The board has asked the
clerk and county manager to
look for money to raise salaries
in the budget. Chairman Ross
Chandler said it would be best
to offer a raise this year, since
funding restrictions in years to
come may prevent future cost
of living adjustments.
TRIM notices will be
mailed dut in mid-August. The
county's, public hearings on
the millage and budget are
scheduled for Thursday, Sept.
18, and Monday, Sept. 29, at
5:30 p.m.


Artists

sought for

logo contest
Can you draw? Main Street
Starke, Inc. is looking for
the logo ftor the llth Annual
Bradford County Strawberry
Festival planned for April 18
and 19, 2009. Drawings on
most mediums and graphic
\\ork is being accepted now.
The winner will be selected
by a panel of judges and


will win $200. The logo will
appear on posters, T-shirts and
most media associated with
the promotion of the festival.
Deadline ft~y submission is
Aug. 15 and the winner will
be notified Aug. 18. Please
turn in entries at the chamber
of commerce, 100 E. Call St.
in Starke.
For more information about
the contest, please call Kim at
(904) 964-5278.


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3 Property Tax Public Notification/Advertising
TRIM Notice
TRIM statutes provide for the "rolled-back rate." the
village levy by each local government determined to
represent no tax increase. Individual "TRIM" notices
are sent to all property owners stating taxes due under
each government's proposed levy and that government's
rolled-back rate. Local governments must also publicly
advertise the meeting at which the final millage rate and
budget will be adopted and any tax increase, if applicable. L
Department of Revenue
The Department of Revenue determines compliance
with the laws governing public disclosure of property
ned by tax levies. Local governments not in compliance can
dget be required to re-advertise and hold new public hearings. The Department
quired for provides training and assistance throughout the year to local governments on
proper procedures to enhance compliance and provides many of the forms
required for this process.
tax
not
4 Property Tax Appeals Process
Value Adjustment Boards
Taxpayers who object to their assessment or their exemption
status may appeal to the Value Adjustment Board (VAB). This
Board consists of three elected members of the governing body
of the county and two elected members
of the school board Either the property
appraiser or the taxpayer may appeal the
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July 31, 2008 TELEGRAPH Page 3A




Schools have nearly $1 million less for next year


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
7"elegraph Editor

At $28.2 million, the 2008-
09 operating budget presented,
to the school board in a public
hearing Monday contained
more than $900,000 less than
it had to work with this year
because of funding cuts.
The proposed 7.629-.
mill property tax rate is.
slightly higher than the rate
lcxied this \ear, 7.626 mills.
Broken down, the required
state millage is 5.131 mills,
discretionary millage is 0.498
mills, supplemental millage is
0.25 mills and the rate for
capital improvements is 1.75
mills.
School district Finance
I)irector Julee Tinsler said to
get the full amount of funding
available, the state requires
the rates for the first three
categories to be set as they are.
The district has discretion in
*c'ti'.: the ni .tLige for capital
..'''m cmi n, but has already
lost a quarter of a mill when
the Legislature moved it from


there to the required local
millage category.
The levy will produce more
than $6.8 million in revenue.
for the district, and unlike
other local taxing authorities,
this amount is not affected
,by the implementation of
Amendment 1. While the value
of taxable properties for the
county, commission amounts
to around $852 million, the
taxable value of the same
properties is worth more than
$939 million to the school
district.
Additional revenue coming
to the federal government
amounts to $179.000, and
revenue from the state adds
$20.4 million to the general
fund.
The district is expecting more
money in school recognition
funds from the state because
of FCAT performance in 2007-
08. At the same time, there
could be additional budget
cuts as the next school year
progresses.
After countless hours in
meetings and almost $1 million


lost from the general fund.
nearly every line item has been
cut. Salary allocations alone
are down almost $765,000,
and the overall general fund
for 2009 is down to $27.2
million, compared to more
than $28 million this year.
Salaries costs are $17.03
million of the general fund.
Benefits are $4.7 million,
purchased services are $2.04
million, energy services
are $1.35 million, supplies
are $1.13 million, capital
outlay (general fund only)
is $285,000, other personnel
costs are $615,000. There
is also a transfer out of the
general fund for food services
in the amount of $51,000.
Those line items spread out
over a number of different
categories. What it amounts
to, however, is less money
for instruction, pupil
personnel services, media,
staff training,, instructional
technology, administration
and maintenance. Category
increases include more
money spent on utilities and


transportation because of
higher fuel costs, as well as
terminal leaxe payouts.
A fund balance of $1.79
million brings the total
operating budget to $28.2
million. The fund balance
includes an estimated $815,000
in unencumbered funds being
carried forward into the new
year. and Tinsler praised the
schools for cutting spending
this year as the state took more
and more funding away.
Expenditures in food service
amount to nearly $1.59 million
for next year. Nearly $890,000
of that amount is personnel
related. Six positions have
been cut and may adjust that
amount. The department plans
to spend $542,000 on food and
$158,000 on other costs.
Meals generate $650,000 in
revenue, but state and federal
reimbursements pay for the
majority of the food service
budget. The transfer from the
general fund may disappear
as further work is done to
refine the budget. The~federal
government is also increasing


its contribution in light of also be set aside next year for
increased food costs. Southside.
The district also receives Other capital projects funded
PECO funds, or money for by property taxes include
public education capital outlay. Rainbow Center renovations,
Tinsler said the $643,613 is outside lighting and parking
not as much as it has been work at Hampton Elementary,
in recent years. Added to the countywide drainage projects,
existing fund balance, nearly security cameras, bus
$1.18 million in PECO funds-, ;..;prcha .ses.and the construction
are available, although' som 'I'project at.Lawtey. -
of 'that has' .already bein".' The state is also allowing
encumbered., the district to help pay for
This- fund contains the property casualty insurance
money for painting, carpet, with some of this funding.
remodeling and other such With $1.56 million in new
maintenance work, but other money added to the fund
projects include paying off the balance, the local capital
restroom project at Bradford improvement fund contains
Middle School, fire proofing $3.5 million for these
the ESE office, new fencing projects.
for Bradford High and almost There's $2.18 million
$331,000 towardapotofmoney in mostly new money from
being developed to replace federal funds for Title I and
the first wing of buildings at other programs that benefit
Southside Elementary. disabled, disadvantaged and
Another $91,000 for vocational students.
that project is contained in Reimbursement grants from
the district's capital outlay Santa Fe, College and the
and debt service fund, and Northeast Florida Educational
$223,000 of the property taxes Consortium provide $115,455
for capital improvement will to the district.


LAWTEY
Continued from p. 1A

classroom i'i...' n and adding
a laxer of insulation and
drxwall to the interior of the
perimeter classrooms.
The latter step was part
of the original plan for the
classrooms before value-
engineering cut the idea in
order to bring the project under
$4 million. The existing walls
are the same concrete visible
from the exterior, without the
added layer of insulation on
the inside.
The total for the additional
work is $104,000.
According to architect Paul
Stressing, this would add to
the insulation value of the
buildings, though not increase
it to the level called for in the
project specifications.
Currently, the insulation
value does not only fail to
meet the contract requirements,
it also fails to meet the
requirements of the building
code.
Hatcher said he wants to get
the board what the contract
called for at the price agreed to
and to get a project completed
for the benefit of the students.
Opinion was split with how
to proceed, however.
School Board Member
David Smith was firm that the
contractor delivered what'was
agreed to at no additional cost
to the board.
"You can whitewash this
all day but you ain't going


to change a thing," said
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell, angry that the board
was being asked to accept
less than what it paid for and
absolve the contractor of fault
in the process.
School Board Member
Stacey Creighton questioned
whether the board could
continue believing empty
promises.
"Where's the credibility that
when they put this foam roof
on it's going to do what it says?
And the time--that they're
going to get this done in 18
days working two groups of
10? I haven't seen two groups
of 10 out there this entire
project," Creighton said.
School Board Chairman
Randy Jones said his biggest
concern was kids getting sick
because rooms were not heated
as they should be.
"We can't afford not to go
ahead and get this thing done,"
Jones said.
Hatcher couldn't help but
make note of the "soured look"
on the faces of the school board
members, but he urged them
not to oppose compromise on
principle alone.
The district can give notice
to the contractor to address
the issues before seeking relief
from the bonding agency, and
if problems still cannot be
resolved, the district can pursue
litigation. Going that course,
however, means the buildings
would not be finished before
school starts.
Stressing said pursuing


litigation would get ugly, and
the contractor would try to
"muddy the waters" by noting
things like the fact that the
district has already occupied
the buildings in question.
Chappell, pointing out the
abuse of taxpayer dollars,
said she wasn't worried about
things "getting ugly."
"When you come here
asking for more money when
you know you owe us a ton of
money, do you think I'm going
to sit here and smile about it?
I may have to swallow this
project, because that's what
we've always done in the past.
This county is known-Harry,
you know it--we just let them
run over us," she said.
If there's a better answer,
Hatcher said he was all for
it, but he added the board
couldn't get caught up on
being taken advantage of when
students were getting ready, to
start school.
Smith asked about outside
surfacing alternatives that
would allow the exterior of
the building to be insulated,
work that could be completed
after school begins without
disrupting classes.
He still insisted, however,
that whatever the contractor's
solution, that the district pay
no additional money for the
work.
Smith also said he was
sure that if the board began
the notification process to
seek relief from the bonding
company, that would be enough
to make the contractor willing


to negotiate a better deal.
Jones said the bottom line
was how students were going
to be affected by what the
board decided.
"I don't want to compromise,
but I don't want sick children,"
Jones said.
He said if the board went
through the bonding company,
it would be months at the
earliest before the insulation is
taken care of, and the school
has to be completed.
School Board Member Jesse
Moore said he agreed 100
percent. The project has been


disrupting school for a year
and it's best that the board get
the best deal it can and move
forward, he said.
For his part, Lawtey
Community School Principal
David Tew said the board
has had since last summer to
resolve ongoing problems with
construction at his school. The
contractor isn't going to take
the local heat for continued
delays; it's going to come back
to the board, he said.
"If you have an opportunity
now on some type of motion by
Mr. Hatcher to do something in


good faith to resolve the issue,
I'd like to see it done on behalf
of Lawtey school teachers and
the kids," Tew said.
Though it was declared an
emergency, the ,board never
could decide on a definitive
course of action. Instead,
board members told Hatcher
to go back to the contractor to
negotiate reduced- or no-cost
solution.
An emergency board meeting
set for Wednesday at noon
was announced late Tuesday
night, but the outcome was not
known as of press time.


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PSC
terminates
FPL's
Sunshine
Energy
Program
The Florida Public Service
Commission today voted to
terminate Florida Power and
Light Company's Sunshine
Energy Program and place an)
future customer contributions
to the program into an escrow
account. PSC commissioners
further directed staff to
continue to pursue an audit
of how the funds were
utilized by Green Mountain
Energy Company, a third-
party renewable contractor.
The results of this .mudi will
be considered in a future
commission proceeding,
FPL submitted a plan
to modify the program, but
the commission directed the
-company to terminate the
program instead. A prior
commission staff audit of the
program indicated that only 20
percent of the $11.4 million
collected from customers
was applied to developing
renewable energy facilities.
The majority of the collected
funds were alleged to have
been used for marketing and
administrative costs.
More than 38,000 customers
.voluntarily -contritured T-6-fie
program for almost five years.
Participating residential and
commercial customers made a
$9.75 monthly contribution to
the Sunshine Energy Program
to promote the development of
renewable energy. For every
10,000 residential customers
who signed up.for Sunshine
Energy, FPL was to develop
an additional 150 kilowatts of
solair power in Florida.
FPL began offering its
Sunshine Energy Program
as a voluntary pilot green
pricing program when the PSC
approved it in December 2003.
The pilot program was made
permanent in November 2006.
The PSC is committed to
making sure that Florida's
consumers receive their
electric, natural gas, telephone,
water and wastewater services
in a safe, affordable, and
reliable manner. The PSC
exercises regulatory authority
over utilities in the areas of
rate base/economic regulation,
competitive market oversight,
and the monitoring of safety,
reliability and service.

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
a 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 wingofthe courthouse
Aug. I11-23, Mondays through
Saturday, from 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
that works in conjunction with
the electronic check-in system
known as Electronic Voter ID.

Book fair
benefits
hospital
A book fair sponsored by
the Shands at Starke Auxiliary


will take place Wednesday,
Aug. 6, and Thursday, Aug.
7, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the
hospital atrium.
A selection of books and
gifts from firJ 'inr'.- ii,,i,
Books will be on sale, Cash,
checks, most major credit
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Historical museum brings Bradford's past to life


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer

It has been said that unless
w\e know where we came
from, it's difficult to kno\\
exactly where we are .in,
Publisher of the Bradford
County Telegraph from 1933
through 1973, Eugene 1:.
Matthews, may have had such
an idea in the back of his mind
as he dreamed of a museum
in Starke which would bring
the past to life for present da\
citizens.
Matthews wrote numerous
articles for his newspaper,aside
from collecting memorabilia
and photos about early
Bradford County, its people
and how they lived.
Matthews realized, however,
that the printed word needed
to be supplemented by a
museum in which historical
artifacts were put on display.
He believed that the historical
experience and lessons would
be greatly enhanced and
deepened by museum visitors'
ability to actually see the
artifacts which were earlier
only described in writing.
In the early 1990s,
Matthews, with the helpof local
philanthropist Guy Andrews,
orchestrated a series of events
that would bring to reality his
longed for museum.
Briefly, Matthews paved the
way for the old courthouse to
be the site of Santa Fe College.
However, Santa Fe's location
in Starke was due largely to
the efforts of Andrews, whose
name the school now bears.
The college, in turn,
became the parent-owner
of the Jones-Rosenberg
Building on East Call Street,
which had been saved from
demolition by Matthews who
was instrumental in having it
placed on the list of historical
buildings and paving the way
for its renovation.
Matthews now had the ideal
location for his envisioned


museum,
An executive committee
made up of Matthews, Larry
N,,c.cl. then Santa Fe College
Director Paul Hutchins Jr.,
Bradford County Telegraph
publisher John Miller, Dr.
Bernard McFadden and
two dozen other Bradford
notables made slow but steady
progress getting the museum
established.
Finally, the Eugene L.
Matthews Bradford County
Historical Museum opened on
March 31, 1997.
The museum is housed on
the second-floor of the former
Jones-Rosenberg building,
now known as Santa Fe
College's Cultural Center. It
is financially supported by the
college.
To tour the museum is to
step back in time, initially to
8,000 B.C., where arrowheads
fashioned by the -Timucuan
Indians, who were indigenous
to the area in those days of
antiquity, can be seen. A
6,000-year-old tribal canoe, in
remarkable condition, found a
few years back at the bottom of
a Keystone Heights lake, will
be displayed at the Bradford
County Public Library, along
with other artifacts, in the not
too distant future.
As one proceeds from one
exhibit to another, organized in
such a fashion as to illuminate
for the visitor each facet oftthe-
culture and social fabric, one
will learn of the agriculture,
communication, basic
technology, children's toys,
clothing, law enforcement,
military equipment, firearms
and more.
Visitors who come to the
museum during its operating
hours, Tuesdays-Thursdays
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.,
will be taken on a tour by
volunteer docents who will
show them such things -as
the aforementioned Indian
artifacts, typical soldiers'
equipment from both world


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wars such as canteens, mess
kits,ammunition boxes,bugles,
firearms and uniforms-one
notable one worn by Col. Harry
Hatcher during his World War
IJ duty.
One exhibit is devoted to
perhaps Starke's most famous
daughter, movie star Judy
Canova.
The importance the railroad
played in Starke's growth after
World War I is represented by
a conductor's cap, an engineer's
pocket watch, a signal lantern
and a telegraph key.
The law enforcement exhibit
features pictures of the old
courthouse, (now Santa Fe
College), billy clubs and old
handcuffs, leg irons, prisoners'
striped uniforms, as well as
accounts of some of the outlaws
and desperados of yesteryear
and their often fatal (for both


sides) encounters with the law
officers of Bradford County.
In addition are the weapons
taken off prisoners such as
assortment of large knives
and brass knuckles. There are
old newspaper accounts and
photographs of convicted
murderers being prepared on
the gallows just before they
were hanged.
Another section will
educate the museum-goer on
the agriculture of Bradford
County, as oranges and then
cotton, thrived for a while
and then passed into history
as strawberries became the
dominant crop.
The importance of timber
in the extraction of then
all-important turpentine is
represented by one of the first
actual stumps, called a "fat
lighter," complete with bored


holes from which the product
was drained.
There are pictures of the first
public school and its students,
as well as the oldest buildings
and churches in Starke.
The visitor might find
his attention arrested by a
150-year-old spinning wheel,
an antique record player, or a
radio from the early 1920s on
which museum board member
David Montgomery said he
first heard, as a seven-year-
old, of the disappearance of
aviatrix Amelia Earhart in
1937.
Women's clothing, hats,
bonnets, wedding dresses
and toilet accessories from
a bygone era are there for
the viewing, as well as the
toys and games with which
the children of those olden
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MUSEUM
Continued from p. 4A
limes amused themselves.
Among the latter can be seen
dolls, blocks, miniature lead
soldiers and a worn looking
checkerboard.
Men's toiletry items, aside
from strait razors, and lather
cups. include an odd looking
drinking cup, the mouth of
%which is divided into two
halves to help men keep
their mustaches out of the
beverage.
One exhibit displays the
equipment used by Dr. William
E. Middleton, including his
hypodermic needles, blood
pressure gage, medicine
bottles and other medical,
paraphernalia from the early
20th century.
A case enclosingwashboards,
clothing wringers, steam
irons and rug beaters give the
visitor an idea of how different
housekeeping was back then.
Yet another exhibit case
provides insight as to how
food was prepared with the use
of corn sellers, heavy metal
water kettles, pecan crackers,
waffle irons and much more.
A gun and rifle exhibit
includes a .38 caliber Colt
pistol from the 1890s; a
double-barrel muzzle loader
from the mid-19th century and
an 1873 Strapdoor Springfield
rifle.
Old cameras, tripods,
flashpans and other equipment
used by the Hoover Brothers,
a well-known photography
business in Starke's early
years, are all there for the
viewing.


Check out
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Social Sec.
home page
Social Security's home page
has a brand new look. In June,
a new home page was launched
at www.social security.gov.
The new look is more
welcoming and user-friendly. It
follows the standard for design
principles in the industry by
reducing clutter, improving
navigation, making better
use of graphics, reducing the
need to scroll down and by
prioritizing items on the page.
The new page focuses on
the primary reasons people
contact Social Security. Those
items are now at the center of
the home page. The three main
topics are:
Filing for retirement
benefits.
Applying for disability
benefits.
Requesting a Social
Security card.
In addition, major program
topics run along the top of the
page-retirement, survivors,
disability, supplemental
security income and Medicare.
The left side of the home page
answers "What you can do
online." And that's where
you're alsolinked toyourSocial
Security Earnings Statement,
forms and publications, and
more.
On the right side of the page,
you'll be able to search the
site, get answers to frequently
asked questions, and find
information for specific groups
or organizations on the Web
site. Social Security news is
also included on our home
page.-
For the first time, you
can also watch a brief video
greeting delivered by an SSA
employee.
While the look of the home
page has changed, the Web
addresses have not. Favorite
sites that you and other frequent
visitors have bookmarked will


Appropriately enough, one
exhibit features what Matthews
office looked like back in the
days (with actual desk, books,
papers and equipment) when
he was at the helm of the
paper.
Montgomery said that
although he is very happy and
feels fortunate to have the old


not change.
If you haven't recently been
to www.socialsecurity.gov,
you'll be surprised at all the
things you can do. There's.
something there for everyone.
You can save yourself a trip
to an office by using the Web
site. There you can apply
for retirement or disability
benefits. You also can find out
which documents you need to
bring if you need a replacement
Social Security card.
Submitted by Ann
Magwood-Ward, Social
Security district-manager,
Gainesville


Jones-Rosenberg building for
the museum, he only regrets
that there is not enough room
currently for many interesting
items that for the time being,
have had to been stored at a
few locations around town.
The idea has been discussed
by board members of charging
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setting up a donation box at
the museum to raise needed
revenue.
Montgomery said, however,
that direct donations to Santa
Fe College, stipulated for the
museum., would also be greatly
appreciated.
However, Montgomery said
that, all things considered,
"The Eugene L. Matthews
Historical Museum is the best
museum to be found in North
Florida-if you don't believe
me, just check for yourself!"
Montgomery said that he's
been to museums in thq region,
and they didn't compare to
Starke's.


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.

Hope Baptist Church, 3900
SE SR 100, Starke. 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.
Going Deeper With God
Prayer Conference will be held
Aug. 9 at 7 p.m. and Aug.
10 at 9:45 a.m. 11 a.m., 4:30
p.m. and 6 p.m. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Gregory Frizzell.
For more information, please
contact Joey Dampier at 904-
838-3393 or Hope Baptist
Church at 352-473-4188.

Holy Mission of Jesus
Christ Church, located at 625
Brownlee St. in Starke, will
host a gospel sing with Deacon
Gore and the Saints of Joy on.
Saturday, Aug. 9, beginning
at 7 p.m. Entry fee is $7 in
advance or $10 at the door.
Dinner will be served. For more
information, call Lilly Snow,
chairperson, (352) 497-7173.

Highland Baptist Church,
1409 US Hwy. 301 North,
Lawtey, ishosting its Vacation
Bible School beginning
Aug. 4-8, 2008, ages pre-K
to 12th grade. Dinner will be
served at 5:30; bible school


will start at 6 p.m. Theme
of the bible school is Living
God's Unshakeable Truth. For
more information, call Dana
Pendarvis, (904) 782-3792.

Eden Baptist Church, of
Hawthorne, invites everyone to
attend a sing Aug. 9, beginning
at 7 p.m. The Light Soldiers
will be attending. The church
is located two miles north of
Hawthorne, off C.R. 219A.
For more information, call
the church at (352) 481-2958.

Pentecostal Lighthouse
Fellowship, 325 N. Christian
St. in Starke, will hold a revival
Aug. 3-8 featuring the Rev.
Duaneand Renee Pooler. Sunday
services are at 11 a.m. and 6
p.m. Weeknight services are at
7:30 p.m. For more information.
call (904) 964-8890.

St. Edward Catholic Church
.will hold special sessions for
people who are interested
in learning more about the
Catholic religion. Come with
plenty of questions and hear
the 2,000-year-old answers.
which are still true today. The
sessions will be held each
Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in
the social center behind St.
Edward Catholic Church, 411
N. Temple Ave. in Starke.

Issachar International
Ministries is located at 22612
N.E. Second St. in .Lawtey.
Those who wish to attend,
but need transportation to the
service can call (904) 769-
6871 for a ride on the church
bus. Pastor Joyce Cohen
invites everyone to attend.


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I'll shut the door against the tide.
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SLEGALS





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
upknown 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 1/4 of the NE 1/4 of Section
29, Township 7 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida, and
run East 715 feet to a Point of
Beginning; thence run South 210
feet, thence East 210 feet, thence
North 210 feet, thence West 210
feetto 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

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Camp Keystone will be having
a fireworks display the evening of
Sunday, August 10, 2008.
This display is CLOSED to the
public and this ad is for informational
purposes only.
7/24 3tchg 8/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
v.
ROYAL PALM LAND HOLDINGS
OF STARKE LLC f/k/a DOUG
MAINS LLC; DOUGLAS L.
MAINS, individually; BARRY TOD
WORKMAN, individually,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated July 7, 2008
and entered in Case No. 2008-
CA-15 of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for
Bradford County, Florida, wherein
CAPITAL CITY BANK is the
Plaintiff and ROYAL PALM LAND
HOLDINGS OF STARKE LLC f/k/a
DOUG MAINS LLC; DOUGLAS L.
MAINS, individually; and BARRY
TOD WORKMAN, individually, 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 14th
day of August, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
PARCEL 1: That portion of the
NE1/4 of SE1/4 lying East of the
Seaboard Coast Line Railroad,
containing 42.85 acres.
PARCEL 2: All of the SE1/4 of SE


1/4, containing 43.14 acres.
PARCEL 3: Commence at the SE
corner of the SW1/4 of SE1/4, and
run North 0 degrees 09 minutes 50
seconds East along the Easterly
boundary thereof 352.91 feet to
a concrete monument for Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning,
continue North 0 degrees 09
minutes 50 seconds East alonq the
Easterly boundary of ..-' '.7M1/4
of SE1/4 and continue forthh 0
degrees 09 mrinutea 0 G e bonds'
East along the Easterly bornd lf of
the NW1/4 of SE 1/4 ,26. 19 teet
to a concrete morifnItrir itc!ted on
the Easterly bourtda.y of ,i ,- r;,.i:
of-way of the Qeabo#rid C's e.,,M
-lailroad; thence Ouf h x d) f#qorg


05 minutes 50 seconds West: along
the last aforesaid Easterly boundary
2152.2 feetto concrete monument;
thence South 0 degrees 09 minutes
50 seconds West 194.56 feet to
a concrete monument; thence
South 88 degrees 03 minutes 50
seconds East 663.83 feet to Point
of Beginning. Containing 18.7
acres.
ALL BEING IN SECTION 5,
TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, RANGE 22
EAST.
PARCEL 4: E1/2 of NE1/4 of
NE1/4 and SE1/4 of NE1/4 lying
East of the Seaboard Coast Line
Railroad right-of-way, all in Section
5, Township 7 South, Range 22
East
PARCEL 5: NW1/4, less and except
2 acres in NW Corner of NE1/4 of
NW1/4, particularly described as
being one acre deep North and
South, and 2 acres long East and
West, bounded North and West
by North and West line of NE1/4
of NW1/4, Section 4, Township 7
South, .Range 22 East.
PARCEL 6: SW1/4 less and except
E1/2 of W1/2 of SW1/4; N1/2 of
SW1/4 of SE1/4, and SW1/4 of
SW1/4 and SE1/4, all in Section 4,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East.
PARCEL 7: NW1/4, less a tract 297
feet square, in the NW corner of the
NE1/4 of the NW1/4, bounded on
the North and West by the North
and West lines of the NE1/4 of
the NW1/4, Section 4, Township 7
South, Range 22 East.
PARCEL 8: W1/2 of the NE1/4 and
the E1/2 of the NW1/4; Section 9,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East.
PARCEL 9: That part of the W1/2
of the NE1/4 of the NE1/4 lying East
of the Easterly boundary of the right
of way of the CSX Transportation
Railroad (formerly Seaboard
Coast Line Railroad) in Section 5,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
in Bradford County, Florida, also
being described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said Section 5 and run North
89 degrees, 15 minutes and 00
seconds West along the Northerly
boundary thereof, 393.50 feet to
the Easterly boundary of the right
of way of the CSX Transportation
Railroad; thence South 18 degrees,
05 minutes and 50 seconds West,
along said Easterly boundary,
859.63 feet to an intersection
with the Easterly boundary of the
W1/2 of NE1/4 of NE1/4 for the
Point of Beginning. From Point
of Beginning thus described run
South 00 degrees, 09 minutes and
10 seconds West, along last said
Easterly boundary, 502.88 feet
to the Southeast corner of said
W1/2 of NE1/4-of NE1/4; thence
North. 89 degrees, 01 minutes
and 50 seconds West, along the
Southerly boundary thereof, 162.20
feet to an intersection with the
Easterly boundary of said CSX
Transportation Railroad; thence
North 18 degrees, 05 minutes and
50 seconds East, along last said
Easterly boundary, 526.19 feet to
the Point of Beginning, containing
0.94 of an acre.
PARCEL 10: All lands of grantor in
the NE1/4 of the NW1/4, Section 4;
Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida, being 2
acres in said NE1/4 of NW1/4, morp.,
particularly described as being". 1,'
acre deep North and.South and 2
acres long East and West, bounded
North and West by North and West
line of NE1/4 of NW1/4 said Section
4, Township 7 South, Range 22
East.
PARCEL 11: The E1/2 of the
NW1/4 of the SW1/4 and the E1/2 of
the SW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Section
4, Township 7 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida also
being described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of the E1/2 of NW1/4 of SW1/4
for the Point of Beginning and run
South 00 degrees, 00 minutes
and 40 seconds West, along the
Easterly boundary thereof and
along the Easterly boundary of the
E1/2 of SW1/4 of SW1/4, a distance
of 2802.60 feet to the Southeast
corner of said E1/2 of SW1/4 of
SW1/4, thence North 89 degrees,
41 minutes and 00 seconds West
along the Southerly boundary
thereof, 668.65 feet to the Westerly
boundary of said E1/2 of SW1/4 of
SW1/4, thence North 00 degrees,
02 minutes and 10 seconds East,
along last said Westerly boundary
and along the Westerly boundary
of said E1/2 of NW1/4 of SW1/4,
a distance of 2825.70 feet to the
Northerly boundary thereof; thence
South 87 degrees, 12 minutes
and 20 seconds East, along said
Northerly boundary, 668.00 feet to
the Ppint of Beginning, containing
43.16 acres.
PARCEL 12: A.parcel of land
containing 9.96 acres lying in the
SW1/4 of the SEI/4 of Section.
4, Township 7 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida,
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of said SW1 /4 of SEl /4 for the Point
of Beginning .and run South .89
degrees, 50 minutes and 00 seconds
West, along the Southerly boundary
thereof, 643.10 feet; thence North
01 degrees, 39 minutes and 30
seconds West, 668.27 feet; thence
South 89 degrees, 39 minutes and
30 seconds East, 662.10 feet to the
Easterly boundary of said SW1/4 of
SE1/4; thence Saith 00 degrees, 01
minute and 50 seconds East, along
said Easterly boundary, 662.17 feet
to the Point of Beginning. -
Less and Except: all existing roads
and rights of ways. Located in
Bradford County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal
of this Court on July 16, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Bradford County
Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
7/24 2tchg 7/31


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
VERDOT VI LLC, the holder of
the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 853;
Year of Issuance 2006;
DI)cription of Property: Parcel No.
01B60-0-02100, A parcel of land
,in,i in the NW1/4 of the NW1/4
, '".,rIr.rr,n 32, Township 7 South,
fange 22 East, Bradford County,


Florida; said parcel being shown
as Lot 21 on a map prepared by
Patrick B. Welch & Associates, Inc.
and recorded in misc. map book 1,
page 3 of the public records of said
county, also being described as
follows: Commence at a concrete
monument found at the Northwest
corner of said Section 32 and run
North 89 degrees, 27 minutes
and 41 seconds East, along the
Northerly boundary thereof, 367.71
feet for the point of beginning. From
point of beginning thus described
continue North 89 degrees, 27
minutes and 41 seconds East, along
said Northerly boundary, 358.71
feet; thence South 02 degrees,
15 minutes and 56 seconds East,
parallel with the Westerly boundary
of said Section 32, a distance
of 335.69 feet; thence South
89 degrees, 24 minutes and 48
seconds West, parallel with the
Southerly boundary of said NW1/4
of NW1/4, a distance of 358.70
feet to a set iron rod; thence North
02 degrees, 15 minutes and 56
seconds West, parallel with said
Westerly boundary, 335.99 to the
point of beginning.
Above described lot being conveyed
subject to and with a right of ingress
and egress over all roads shown on
aforesaid map recorded on page
3 of misc. map book 1. Subject
to and together with a general
grant of easement for ingress,
egress, utilities, and drainage as
same appears of record in Official
Records Book 357, Pages 67-71,
inclusive, public records of Bradford
County, Florida.
Subject to declaration of restrictions,
covenants and conditions of Hidden
Oaks as same appears of record in
Official Records Book 357, Pages
57-66, inclusive, public records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Name in which assessed: Jonathan
D. Trainor.
All of said property being in the
County of Bradford, State of
Florida.
Unless said certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
on the 9th day of September, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams,
deputy clerk
7/24 4tchg 8/14


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
VERDOT VI LLC, the holder of
the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 824;
Year of Issuance 2006;
Description of Property: Parcel No.
05021-0-00300. Commence at NW
corner of NW1/4'of NE1/4,' ec. '29,
Township 7 South, Range 22 East
and run East 587 feet, thence South
210 feet for a point of beginning.
Thence run East 210 feet, thence
South 245 feet to right of way
of graded road, thence NW along
said road 236 feet, thence North
.128 feet to the point of beginning.
Containing about one acre of land.
(The same being Lot #3 in Mt.
Vernon Subdivision.)
Name in which assessed: Sermon
Ruth-Estate c/o Dorothy Mitchell. All
of said property being in the County
of Bradford, State of Florida.
Unless said certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold.
to the highest bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
on the 9th day of September, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams,
deputy clerk
7/24 4tchg 8/14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
CABERNET I LLC, the holder of
the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the


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names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 270;
Year of Issuance 2006;
Description of Property: Parcel No.
01314-A-02500. A parcel of land
containing 2.50 acres, more or less,
and lying in the NW1/4 of the NW1/4
of Section 22, Township 5 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County,
Florida; said parcel being shown
as Parcel 25 on a map recorded by
Patrick B. Welch & Associates,, Inc.
and recorded in Misc. Map Book
1, Page 1 of the public records of
said County, also being described
as follows: Commence at an iron
rod set at an intersection of the
.Northerly boundary of the NE1/4
of the NW1/4 of said Section 22
with the Southerly boundary of
the right of way off County Road
125 (formerly State Road 125) and
run North 89 degrees, 27 minutes
and 23 seconds West, along said
Northerly boundary, 458.01 feet to
set concrete monument; thence
South 00 degrees, 32 minutes
and 37 seconds West, 15.00
feet; thence North 86 degrees, 21
minutes and 33 seconds West,
492.32 feet to a set iron rod thence
North 89 degrees, 33 minutes and
20 seconds West, 803.02 feet
to a set iron rod; thence South
00 degrees, 32 minutes and 37
seconds West, 340.47 feet; thence
North 89 degrees, 27 minutes and
23 seconds West, parallel with the
Northerly boundary of said NW1/4
of NW1/4, a distance of 324.06
feet to a set iron rod for point of
beginning.-From point of beginning
thus described continue North
89 degrees, 27 minutes and 23
seconds West, parallel with last
said Northerly boundary, 366.53
feet to the Westerly boundary of
said NW1/4 of NW1/4; thence North
00 degrees, 18 minutes and 55
seconds East, along said Westerly
boundary, 272.96 feet to a set iron
rod; thence North 83 degrees, 49
minutes and 27 seconds East,
19.65 feet to a set iron rod; thence
North 83 degrees, 01 minute and 39
seconds East, 351.10 feet; thence
South 00 degrees, 32 minutes and
37 seconds West, 321.19 feet to the
point of beginning.
Reserving therefrom an easment
for ingress, egress, and utilities over
the Northerly 30.00 feet and over
the Westerly 30.00 feet thereof.
Subject to an existing A.T.&T. cable
easement as shown on aforesaid
map recorded on Page 1 of Misc.
Map Book 1.
Also being conveyed with a right of
ingress and egress over all roads
shown on aforesaid map.
Name in which assessed: Donald
W. Layton.
All of said property being in the
County of Bradford, State of
Florida.
Unless said certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
on the 9t day of September, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk, Circuit Coqrt
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams, deputy clerk-
7/24 4tchg 8/14

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
IDA LEE COX, the holder of the
following certificate, has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 387; Year of
Issuance 2005; Description of
Property: Parcel No. 01824-0-
00000. Lots 3 and 14 in Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
a shown on map of.said Section,
Township and Range filed in the
Clerk's office of Circuit Court of
said County and State in the city of
Starke, Bradford County, Florida,
on page 1 of maps and plats of
said County and State, said lots 3
and 14 consisting of twenty (20)
acres more or less, including V/2
of abutting streets drawn on said
map which streets by agreement
of parties are to be forever free to
public travel.
Name in which assessed: Ida Lee
Cox, Et. Al.
All of said property being in the
County of Bradford, State of
Florida.
Unless said certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such


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to the highest bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
on the 9th day of September, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams,
deputy clerk
7/24 4tchg 8/14
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
CABERNET I LLC, the holder of
the following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed are
as follows:
Certificate Number 17;
Year of Issuance 2006;
Description of Property: Parcel
No. 00255-0-00200. That portion
of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 8,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at Southwest corner
of said Section, thence N 2000'17"
West, 1274.14 feet to S R/W SR-18,
N 89007'17" East. 1143.16 feet to
POB. South 89007'17" West, 400
feet, South 210 feet feet, East 400
feet, 'North 2002'11" West 210 feet
to POB.
Name in which assessed: John C.
Cone Est.
All of said property being in the
County of Bradford, State of
Florida.
Unless said certificate or certificates
shall be redeemed according to
law the property described in such
certificate or certificates will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Bradford
County Courthouse, located at 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida,
on the 9t day of September, 2008,
at 11:00 a.m.
Dated this 18th day of July, 2008.
Ray Norman
Clerk, Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Carol Williams,
deputy clerk
7/24 4tchg 8/14
NOTICE OF SALE
C & C MINI STORAGE will hold a
auction August 2, 2008, beginning
at 10 a.m. at C&C Storage, 1648
South Walnut St., Starke, on the
following units:
2-37 Melissa Marston
2-46 Bradford Nobles
2-59 Renatta Harrison
2-65 Daniel Sullivan
1-10 Tangela Pittman
1-34 Penny Fussell
Kayla Fussell
1-38 Eric Cruger
1-39 Ronald Tipton
1-40 Jeremiah Wexler
7/24 2tchg 7/31

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-412
ED ROSE AS SUCCESSOR
TRUSTEE UNDER THAT CERTAIN
LAND TRUST BRADFORD
COUNTY, STARKE, FLORIDA
DATED OCTOBER 24, 2003
Plaintiffs,
v.
GLORIA JEAN BRYANT, and if
alive, and if dead her unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees,
judgment creditors, and all other
parties claiming by, through,
under, or against her; the unknown
spouse, heir, devisees, grantees,
and judgment creditors of GLORIA
JEAN BRYANT, deceased, and all
other parties claiming by, through,
under, or against her/him; and all
unknown natural persons if alive,
and if dead or not known to be
dead or alive, their several and
respective unknown spouses, heirs,
devisees, grantees, and judgment
creditors, or other parties claiming
by, through, or under those unknown
natural persons; and the several
and respective unknown assigns,
successors in interest, trustees,
or any other person claiming by,
through, under or against any
corporation or other legal entity
named as a defendant; and all
claimants, persons or parties,
natural or corporate, or whose exact
legal status is unknown, claiming
under any of the above named or
described defendants or parties or
claiming to have any right, title, or
interest in the property described in
this complaint, and alleges et.al.,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GLORIA JEAN BRYANT and,


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any unknown spouses, .heirs,
devisees, grantees, Ilenors,
creditors, trustees or other
claimants whose address is RR04,
Box 1352G, Starke, FL 32091.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to Quiet Title on the following
property in Bradford County,
Florida:
A parcel of land containing 1.00
acre, more or less, and lying in the
SW1/4 of Section 12, Township 7
South, Range 21 East, Bradford
County, Florida, said parcel being
more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
located at the Northwest corner
of said SW /4 and run North 88
degrees, 16 minutes and 43 seconds
East, along the Northerly boundary
thereof, 750.00 feet to an iron rod on
the centerline of an existing 60.00
foot road; thence South 01 degrees,
18 minutes and 18 seconds East
along said centerline 603.90 feet
for the Point of Beginning. From
Point of Beginning thus described
run South 34 degrees, 03 minutes
and 46 seconds East, 386.08 feet
to the Northerly boundary of the
right of way of county road 227
(formerly State Road 227); thence
South 55 degrees, 56 minutes and
14 seconds West, along last said
Northerly boundary, 173.21 feet to
the centerline of said 60.00 foot
road; thence North 34 degrees,
03 minutes and 46 seconds West,
along said centerline, 116.89 feet
to an angle point; thence North 01
degree, 18 minutes and 18 seconds
West, along said centerline, 320.10
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Subject to an easement for ingress
and egress over the Westerly 30.00
thereof.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
WILLIAM K. GORDON, Plaintiff's
attorney, at P.O. Box 1017, Melrose,
FL 32666, on or before thirty (30)
days after the first publication of
this Notice of Action, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of the
Court on July 17, 2008.
Clerk of the Court
By: Carol Williams,
as Deputy Clerk.
7/24 2tchg 7/31
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Camp Keystone will be having a
fireworks display the evening of
Sunday, August 10, 2008.
This display is CLOSED to the
public and this ad is for informational
purposes only.
7/24 3tchg 8/7
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction Friday, August 15,
2008, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N.
Temple Avenue, Starke, on the
following storage units containing
personal items:
#14 N. Broome
#49 M. Helmbrecht
#79 K. Bowen
#118 W. Haston
#120 L. Portis
#123 D. Smith
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2008-DR-347
TED B. CURTIS, JR.,
Petitioner
And
KATHY S. CURTIS,
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Kathy S. Curtis,
1101 E. Moore,
Tullahoma, Tenn. 37388.
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 Ted B, Curtis, Jr. whose
address is 110 N.W. 39th Ave.,
Apt. 16, Gainesville, FL 32609, on
or before August 25, 2008, and file
the original with the clerk of this
Court at P.O. Drawer B, Starke, FL
32091 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
See LEGALS, p. 7/


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Lunches
should be
paid for in
advance
The Bradford Cdu
school district has set police
covering how students sho
pay for their lunches and w
happens when they don't p;
Note that the full price
school lunches in the 200
2009 school year will be
for prekindergarten throb
fifth grade and $2.25 for si
through 12th grade. Breakf
costs $1 at all schools.
The reduced price cost
breakfast is 30 cents. T1
reduced price cost for lunch
40 cents.
All school meals should
paid in advance. No char;
will be allowed. Prepayme
for meals by the month, wee
or year is recommend,
Daily cash payments may
accepted during meal serv
at some schools; howev
students spend less time in I
if meals are paid before lur
line begins.
It is the parent's responsibil
to provide lunch money
or a bag lunch or to
seek free or reduced
price meal benefits. If
the child has no money
in his meal account and
he or she is a paying
student, the parent
may be called to bring
money or a bag lunch
to the school.
Insufficient fund
checks
Cash, checks, or
money orders can be
used to pay for meals.
If two insufficient fund
checks are received from
one household, only
cash or a money order
will be accepted for
meal payments. Please
note that a $25 service
charge will be applied
to returned checks if
they are not more than
$50. No checks will be
accepted after May 1 to
ensure that all checks
for school meals clear
the bank prior to the
end of school.

Refunds at
the end of -


the year
The computer software, used
by school food service at each
school, tracks meal payments
and deductions for meals
purchased. Cash payments and
check numbers are recorded.
-At the end of the school
year, parents may receive a
refund of unused money
from the student's account by
requesting it, in writing, from
the cafeteria manager one
week prior to the last day of


LEGALS
Continued from p. 6A
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,
requirescertain automatic disclosure
of documents and information.
Failure .to comply can result in
sanctions, including dismissal or
striking of pleadings.
DATED: July 24, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Carol Williams, deputy clerk
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PUBLIC AUCTION
Keystone Mini Storage of America,
7378 Sunrise Blvd., Keystone
Heights, FL 32656, (352) 473-7683,
will hold a public sale August 16,
2008, at 9 a.m. in order to collect
the amounts due, pursuant to the
assertion of the possessory lien
on all of the goods stored in the
prospective units of:
William D. Bitting K088
Monora W. Blankenship KM005
Dawn Blum K033
Sara P. Peebres
KM012
Douglas A. Frantz S046
The sale will take place in front of
each unit starting at 1053 SE Hwy.
100, Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
7/31 2tchg 8/7
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLINTOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC, gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell these
vehicles on 8/13/08, 10:00 a.m., at
18536 US Hwy. 301 North, Starke,
Florida 32091-0312, pursuant to
subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Statutes. SPRATLIN TOWING &
RECOVERY, LLC, reserves the
right to accept or reject and and/
or all bids.
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school. No refunds will be
gi ven after June 3.

Things you

may want to
know about

the program
Children need healthy meals
to learn. The Bradford County
school system offers healthy
meals every school day.
The following are questions
you may want answered
regarding the Bradford County
school district's free and
reduced price meal program:
Do I need to fill out an
application for each child?
No. Complete the application
to apply for free or reduced
price meals. Use one free and
reduced price school meals
application for all the students
in your household. The Food
Service Department cannot
approve an application that is
not complete, so be sure to fill
out all required information.
Return only one application
to your child's school.
Applications are good for one
school year.


People


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Each addit


Annual Monthly Twice per Every
Month 2 Weel
13,520 1,127 564 520
18,200 1,517 759 700
22,880 1,907 954 880
27,560 2,297 1,149 1,060
32,240 2,687 1,344 1,24(
36,920- 3,077 1,539 1,420
41,600 3,467 1,734 1,600
46,280 3,857 1,929 1,78(
ional family member, add the following:
4,680 390 195 180


If you have not already
been informed that children in
these categories will get free
meals, please call the Bradford
County School Board Food
Service Department at (904)
966-6013, to see if your
children qualify.
Who can get reduced price
meals?
Your children can get low-
cost meals if your household
income is within the reduced
price limits on the federal
income chart.
Should I fill out an
application if I got a letter
this school year saying my
children are approved for free
or reduced price meals? Please
read the letter you got carefully
and follow the instructions.
Call the school if you have
questions.
I get WIC. Can my children
get free meals?
Children in households
participating in WIC maybe
eligible for free or reduced
price meals. Please fill out an
application.
Will the information I give
be checked?
Yes, the school district may
ask you to send written proof.


application?
You should talk to the school
officials. You also may ask for
a hearing by calling or writing:
Dotty Rondelli, supervisor of
food service, at (904) 966-
6013, or write Bradford
County School Board, 501
W. Washington St., Starke, Fl
32091.
May 1 apply if someone
in my household is not a U.S.
citizen?
Yes. You or your children do
not have to be a U.S. citizen
to qualify for free or reduced
price meals.
Who should I include as
members of my household?
You must include all
people living in your
household, related or not
(such as grandparents, other
relatives, or friends). You
must include yourself and
all the children who live
with you.
What if my income is
not always the same?
List the amount that you
normally get. For example,
if your normally get $1,000
each month, but you missed
some work last month and
only got $900, put down
that you get $1,000 per
month. If you normally
get overtime, include it,
but not if you get it only
sometimes.
We are in the military;
do we include our housing
allowance as income?
If your housing is' part
of the Military Housing
Privatization Initiative, do
not include your housing
allowance as. income. All
other allowances must be
included in your gross
income.
If you have other
questions or need help,
call (904) 966-6013. The
school district will contact
you when your application is
approved or denied.


Food Pantry
urgently
needs food
As a nation, state and
community people are seeing
a dramatic increase in the
homeless and those who are
without work or food.
The Bradford County Food
Pantry served 393 adults and
385 children-778 people in
total-391 bags of food just
last month.
The Food Pantry supply
is dwindling and it is
desperately in need of
donation of nonperishable
food.
There are four drop-off
points for food:
The Food Pantry, U.S.
301 North in Andrews
Court, across from Powell's
Dairy Freeze, open 1-4 p.m.
Monday through Thursday.
Madison Street Baptist
Church, 900 W. Madison St.
in Stake, open 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Monday through Friday
and 9-10:30 a.m. on Sunday.
Drop off at information desk
in the family life center.
First Christian Church,
507 W. Call St. in Starke,
open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday and 9:45-
10:45 a.m. on Sunday. Drop
off at rear entrance.
First United Methodist


Church of Starke, 200 N.
Walnut St., open 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Monday-Friday and
'8:30-1'1 a.m. on Sunday.
Drop off at church office.
Joli Cheveux, 101 E.
Call St. in Starke, during
business hours.
If you wish someone
to purchase food for you
or your organization for the
food pantry, please make
your checks payable to
the Bradford Ecumenical
Ministries Inc. and send that
tax-deductible donation to
First Christian Church, P.O.
Box 66, Starke, FL 32091.
If you would like more
information or would like to
volunteer, please call Pastor
Dennis O'Neill at (352) 473-
6491, Pastor Steve Hayes
at (904) 964-6100, Arley
McRae at (904) 964-2459
or Applean Brown at (904)
964-7955.


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Reduced Meal Scale is 185% of Federal Poverty


People


Annual Monthly Twice per Every
Month 2 Weeks
19,240 1,604 802 740
25,900 2,159 1,080 997
32,560 2,714 1,357 1,253
39,220 ... 3,269 1,635 1,509
45,880 3,824 1,912 1,765
52,540 4,379 2,190 2,021
59,200 4,934 2,467, 2;277.
65,860 5,489 2,745 2,534


Each additional family member,
6,660 555


Who can get free meals?
Children in households
getting food stamps or TANF
and most foster children can
jet free meals regardless
of your income. Also, your
children can get free meals
if your household income is
within the free limits on the
federal income guidelines.
Can homeless, runaway
and migrant children get free
meals?


add the following:
278 257


Weekly

260
350
440
530
620
710
800
890

90


Level
Weekly

370
499
627
755
883
1,011
1,1 39
1,267

129


If I don't qualify now. may
I apply later?
Yes. You may apply at any
time during the school year
if your household size goes
up, income goes down, or if
you start getting food stamps,
TANF or other benefits. If you
lose your job, your children
may be able to get free or
reduced price meals.
What if I disagree with
the school's decision about my


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To determine annual income:
* If you receive the income every week, multiply the total gross
income by 52.
* If you receive the income every two weeks, multiply the total
gross income by 26.
* If you receive the income twice a month, multiply the total
gross income by 24.
* If you receive the income monthly, multiply the total gross
income by 1 2.
Remember: The total income before taxes, Social Security,
health benefits, union dues, or other deductions must be
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Facts that could help


politicians get elected to


office...


Newspapers are the prime source of information that voters
have to get to know candidates.
How often do you hear a voter say, "I'm going to..."
Turn on the TV for candidate info
Tune the radio (60 100 frequencies) for presidential,
statewide candidates or even local information
Find a free publication to find information. (Free publications
have Ads...not edititorial content).

The Bradford County Telegraph, Union County Times, and The Lake
Region Monitor have profiled candidates, covered political rallies,
written about issues that voters are concerned about for years...
We are the heartbeat of the communities we serve.

Let Eddie do it!!! Eddie sales up to 1,000 papers each Wednesday.
He places it in the car and the driver takes it home to read.
Let the U.S. Post Office deliver!!! We mail approximately 2,700
copies each Thursday to homes in the readership area.

Newspaper facts: Community publications remain in the household
until Tuesday following publication. The single papers has an average
of three (3) people reading portions of each issue.

NOTE: Advertisements become paramount in hard times.
Consumers budgets are limited, and they will search out the
bargains.

Remember, anyone can put words on paper...we put words on paper
and people are still reading them after 130 years!

Truth is... Lots of junk mail never makes it into the home. Do you
keep all the mail or even read all that your get? Many consumers
with P.O. Boxes don't make it out of the P.O. with it.

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All-requirements

members complete long-

term power supply plan

Plan addresses ways to meet state energy goals


Members of the Florida
Municipal Power Agency's
All-Requirements Project
approved a long-term power
supply plan Friday designed to
supply reliable, cost-effective
electricity while increasing
the use of renewable energy,
increasing energy conversation
and reducing greenhouse gas
emissions.
This plan, known as the 2008
Integrated Resource Plan, is
the end result of a yearlong
study into the future electricity
needs of municipal electric
utilities. This plan balances
a diverse mix of power
generation resources,including
proven, reliable technologies
like power plants fueled by
clean-burning natural gas, as
well as innovative renewable
energy technologies, such as
solar photovoltaic, biomass
and conservation programs.
"Being a good steward of
the environment has long
been part of the core values
of municipal electric utilities,"
said FMPA CEO and General
Manager Roger Fontes.
"This plan addresses our
Fundamental goal of providing
reliable, affordable electricity
while conserving our natural
resources."
FMPA's All-Requirements
Project provides all the
wholesale power needs of
15 Florida cities, including
Starke. Like much of Florida,
FMPA's member communities
are growing, and they must
proactively plan to meet
their customers' future power
needs.

Addressing state
goals
Addressing Florida's
environmental goals had
a significant impact on the
planning process. Florida Gov.
Charlie Crist signed three
executive orders in July 2007
that call for Florida to move
toward greater use of renewable
energy, energy efficiency
and conservation, and lower
greenhouse gas emissions. For'
utilities, the orders contained
two main provisions: 1)
setting a series of greenhouse
gas reduction goals with the
first goal to reach 2000 levels
by 2017, and 2) initiating a
rulemaking that would require
utilities to produce at least
20 percent of their electricity
from renewable sources.
The Florida Legislature
also passed a comprehensive
energy bill in May 2008 that is
intended to reduce greenhouse
gas emissions, support
renewable resources, protect
natural resources and stimulate
the economy. Municipal
electric utilities are required to
develop standards to promote,
encourage and expand the use
of renewable energy resources
and energy conservation and
efficiency.
"We are committed
to responsibly reducing
greenhouse gas emissions to
meet state goals," said Fontes.
"We are proud that our plan
will meet the governor's first
goal. Based on our projections,
we will reach the required


reductions in CO2 emissions
to 2000 levels by year the
2017."

Major conclusions
The study's major
conclusions are:
Balance growth and
greenhouse gas reduction.
All-Requirements Project
participants' total power needs
are projected to increase by
38 percent within the next 20
years. Addressing this growth
and reducing greenhouse
gas emissions will require
innovative solutions. The
Integrated Resource Plan
combines renewable resources,
energy efficiency programs and
conventional resources to meet
customers' power needs. The
plan recommends increasing
the use of renewable resources,
including participation in a
58-megawatt power purchase
from a biomass facility and a
10-megawatt power purchase
from a solar photovoltaic
facility.
Encourage and
Promote Conservation.
All-Requirements Project
participants approved a $1
million program to reduce
electricity use by promoting
energy efficiency and
conservation to customers.
The program will provide a
menu of conservation efforts
from which each city can
select based on its individual
needs. Some of the options
are expected to include energy
efficiency rebate programs
and energy efficiency product
giveaways. Energy efficiency
programs are expected to reduce
FMPA's energy requirements 4
percent by 2018. Additionally,
a separate demand response
program could reduce electric
demand by 44 megawatts in
2012.
Participation, in Future
Nuclear... Resources: The
Integrated Resource Plan
recommends participation in
nuclear resources to minimize
greenhouse gas emissions and
diversify fuel -sources. .Joint
ownership of nuclear resources
will increase needed base-load
capacity to meet customer
growth.

Contract for solar
energy
FMPA has signed a letter
of intent with SunEdison for
a 20-year power purchase
agreement to provide 10
megawatts ofsolarphotovoltaic
capacity at several locations
throughout the state.
The agreement with
SunEdison, North America's
largest solar energy services
provider, includes installation,


construction, monitoring and
operation of the solar systems,
which will produce clean,
renewable energy with no
noise and little to no water in
operation.
Once completed, the
photovoltaic systems are
estimated to deliver 12.8
million kilowatt hours of
solar energy in the first year
of operation, offsetting 17
million pounds of carbon.
This is equivalent to powering
more than 1,200 homes and
removing 1,670 cars from the
road annually.
FMPA and SunEdison plan
to complete the negotiation,
execution and delivery of final
project agreements in the fall,
with completed installation by
the end of 2009. Under the
terms of the letter of intent,
FMPA and SunEdi-sorrt'wMt'
begin inspections of potential
sites and locations at several
FMPA member cities for
project development.


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Hampton
Elementary
has limited
open
enrollment
Hampton Elementary has a
limited number of openings
for Bradford County students
in kindergarten through third
grade. There is no extra space.
for students in grades four or
five.
If you have a students) in
these grades you would like to
attend Hampton Elementary,
please contact Barbara Brown
at (904) 966-6884 or (352)
468-1212.
Parents will be responsible
for providing transportation to
and from school as no bus
service for these students will
be provided. This will be a first
come, first serve opening.
Please register kindergarten
students in the Hampton zone
immediately to avoid over
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and remind everyone of the
sacrifices veterans of the
Armed Forces have made to
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Veterans, their family
members and friends may


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The Flying Bats Summer Reading Program at the Stump Center successfully concluded July 16. This five-
week program sponsored by the Santa Fe College Andrews Center Americorps/VISTA Bradford Literacy Project
provided one-on-one reading opportunities using the Teen Trendsetters reading mentor materials. Eighteen
elementary students, including a large group of enthusiastic children from the Starke summer recreation
program, learned about bats through books and crafts. They were helped by 14 volunteers who ranged in age
from middle-schoolers to retired adults. Each child at the end of the program took home a "bat bag," which
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,y 31, 2008 TELEGRAPh age 9A


STARKE
Continued from p. 1A
the res cnue and have its oswn
magistrate to hear cases. Plus.
the ticketed wouldn't receive
marks against their driving
ricnrd. Smith said. A software
\ stem w would be used to keep
track of those ticketed, and a
collection agency would be
used to help enforce payment.
"I think just that alone would
generate a significant amount
of mone\," Smith said.
Beyond traffic infractions,
Smith said cities are also
looking at issuing fines for
breaking other municipal
ordinances. Cities and police
departments are being forced
to look at these new ways of
collecting revenue, he said.
"The state has essentially
sucked up all the revenue
that's being made by the*
municipalities," said Smith.
Even with the state raising
fines on nonmoving violations,
Johnson said the city receives
a "minimal amount" when it
issues those citations.

Where the
money's going
As it stands now, the
expenditure budget does not
contain a lot of dollars for
capital projects, with the
exception of $135,000 in grant
money for improvements at
Thomas Street Park. Money
set aside for the construction
of a new recreation complex on
Edwards Road has been raised
back to $200,000, although
that is far short of the money
that will be needed for such a
project.
The budget contains .. no
money for raises, although
line items for retirement
contributions were increased
because the city is paying more
into the system. A final tally


KidCare for
any child
without
health
insurance
Bradford County Health.
Department will be distributing
information about KidCare
insurance on Saturday, Aug.
2, at CVS pharmacy from 8
a.m. until noon. Nine. out of
10 families in Florida have
health insurance for their
children. You can join them
with Florida KidCare if your
child is uninsured.
Communities in Schools'
of Bradford County also,
receives grant funds to provide
information about KidCare
and help parents sign up for
the program. Call (904) 964-
7776 for help with the online
application process and to use
a CIS computer to register for
the insurance program.
Florida KidCare provides
quality health care benefits
to children under the age
of 19. Children enrolled in
the program have access, to
preventive care such as regular
doctor visits, immunizations,
dental and vision benefits.
Most families pay $20 or less,
per month. Many pay nothing
at all.
You can apply for Florida
KidCare by simply completing
an online application at \vwww.v.
floridakidcare.org. You can
also call toll-free (888) 540-
5437 to receive an application
by mail or help over the phone.
CIS and the health department
can also help you sign up.
"KidCare is for any child
that's uninsured and our goal
is to enroll as many children
in the program as possible,"
said Rich Robleto, executive
director of the Florida Healthy
Kids Corporation. "Families
are applying everyday because
they know there's nothing like
having the peace of mind that
you can take your child in for a
doctor's visit without breaking


the bank."
Since it began in 1998,
Florida KidCare has offered
workingfamilies access to high-
quality doctors and preventive
care for their children at little
to no cost. Florida KidCare
currently serves more than
1.4 million children, of which
1.2 million are children's
Medicaid customers, and more
than 250,000 are enrolled in
MediKids, Children's Medical
Services Network or Healthy
Kids.


on personnel costs cannot be
made until the utility budget is
complete.
The line item for professional
services is increasing in the
general fund to $55,000 in
anticipation higher costs.
The city is advertising for
qualifications from attorneys.
surveyors, engineers, etc.
The result of the rankings
and negotiations could result
in new providers for those
services.
The budgets for
administration, planning,
finance, code enforcement,
etc., are largely unchanged.
Overall, the police department
budget is down from nearly
$1.52 million to $1.48 million,
due in large part to the
consolidation of dispatch with
the county, which reduced the
city's annual cost to $80,000, a
savings of more than $63,000.
In spite of announced
departures that will leave
positions vacant, salary
costs for patrolmen and
administrators are down only
slightly, while overtime and
part-time costs were doubled
in next year's budget to total
$60,000. Personnel costs,
including salaries and benefits
for the entire department,
plus the city's contribution to
dispatch and a grant-funded
victim advocate, total nearly
$1.08 million, down from,
nearly $1.12 million.
Funding for fuel was
increased $10,000 to $60,000,
and repair funding went up
$20,000 to $60,000. There is
$50,000 included in the budget
for new vehicles.
Failure to budget enough
money this year for new
firefighters as well as for
overtime .and part-lime work
led to increases in the fire
department budget. Overtime
alone was doubled to $72,000,
helping bring total personnel
costs in the department


Back-to-
school fair
Aug. 16
Aback-to-school information
fair will be held Saturday, Aug.
-16, from 4-6 p.mni. on Call
Street in downtown Starke.
Organizers will provide
school -gupplies for students
in pre-K through 12th grade
and also hope to give away
a minimum Of 500 stringed
backpacks on a first come,


to S772.875. compared to
$624.880 in the current clear'ss
budget.
lUtilit\ costs nearly doubled
in the new firehouse toS 18.000.
and fuel costs ha\ e more than
doubled to $10.000 for the
department. That and other
operational costs bring the
total fire department budget to
$958,150 next year, an increase
of more than $130.000.
While the recreation
department cut back on
summer and overtirihe hours
to save needed funds this year.
those costs have increased in
next year's budget by $55,000,
to total $100,000. Other salary
and personnel costs do not
show large increases, although
a new $30,000 secretarial
position has been funded.
Capital outlay for a tractor,
van and bush hog totals
$60,000. With the Thomas
Street grant and the reserve
for the future Edwards Road
complex, the recreation budget
totals nearly $1.02 million, up
from $983,757.
The general fund budget also
includes $25,000 to forward to
the county for animal control,
although the commission now
seems to think that since the
state places responsibility for
animal control on the county,
the county should also bear
the responsibility for funding
the program. Mayor Travis
Woods cautioned, -however,
that if budget restraints kept
the county from footing the
entire bill, the city's decision
to budget something for the
services could decided whether
or not animal control was
conducted in the city at all.
Except for a $7.500 increase
in retirement contributions
between purchasing and .the
garage employees, the internal
service fund budget remains
stable at $351,840.
Shared gas tax revenue is
down overall and there is no


first serve basis.
They are also attempting to
hold a drawing for at least 10
$100 Wal-Mart gift cards.
Live music from local
groups, inflatable attractions
and free hamburgers, hot dogs
and water will all be part of
this back-to-school event.
Nothing will be sold at
the information fair. Instead,
donations t@ help cover the
cost of the event are being
solicited. Any remaining funds
will be donated to schools for


carry forward funding, causing
an $80,000 reduction in funding
for the street department. With
the exception of retirement,
which is up a little, and a
reduction in the repayment
amount for repaving projects,
the transportation budget is '"
down only around $3,000 to
$777,660.
The city will meet for a
budget .workshop again on -- COUPON. -
Thursday, Aug. 7, at 5:15 p.m. C U N---
at which time the city will look 1 TI REE
at the enterprise fund. Public F R C- ROTATION I
hearings on the budget..,have Must Present Coupon Expires 7-31-08 I
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Grant funded

summer school for

Brooker Elementary


BY STEVE ACREE
Special to the Telegraph
This year, Brooker
Elementary School held a
summer school session funded
by the 21st Century Community
Learning Center after-school
program.
Brooker has had an after-
school program now for about
five years, but this is the first
time the school was funded
for the summer school activity.
Students in grades one through
five learned about the seven
continents and a variety of
different cultures during the
six-week program. Classes
were held Monday through
Thursday.
The children investigated
geography, games, foods,
customs, ceremonies,
occupations, transportation,
education and many other facets
of life in various countries
around the world. The Brooker
staff usually did an art project
related to that culture each
day. Among the art projects
were aboriginal art, African
masks and flags from different
countries.
Students would see a video
about each culture, which
followed a child from a rural
setting to an urban setting and
throughout his or her entire
day-from waking up, to going
to school, to family interaction,
to eating meals and then to
going to bed at night.
Susan Scott, Lindsey
Frawley and Steve Acree led
the children through a mosaic
of cultural activities and games
each day.
"My favorite things we
did," said fourth-grader Haley
Barnes, "was learning--about
Sweden, trying fried bananas
and doing an art project with
yarn."
Barnes also invented a new
game, called "Catch It," that
was really popular with her
classmates.
William Davison said
the blueberry crepes he ate,
after visiting Mrs. Mullins at


her blueberry farm, were his
favorite food. He also said
he found it interesting that
children in some countries have
a toothbrush at school, which
the\ use after lunch.
Daniel Sadler said that
Asian food and history were
fascinating to him. He also
said, "I loved the chocolate
tasting and the black beans and
rice we ate one day.
"The aboriginal dot art from
Australia was lots of fun, too."
Emily Potter said she enjoyed
studying Africa and making
masks for an art project. "I
liked the fried bananas we ate
one day, too," she said.
One of the highlights this
summer was the children's
visit to Mrs. Mullins' blueberry
field,just south of Brooker. The
students picked blueberries and
then listened to Mrs. Mullins
as she told them stories about
growing up in France before
and during World War II. She
told the children about her
house being mistakenly hit by
Allied bombs that were actually
fired at a train station nearby.


These are some of the masks the students made while studying African culture.


Mrs. Mullins was fascinating
and very funny as she
remembered how different her
life was many years ago across
the Atlantic.


The staff was so grateful to
Mrs. Mullins for giving her
time and her memories for the
benefit of the children.
As this program continues,
the school hopes to make that an


annual trip. The culmination of
that day was having blueberry
crepes at school for a snack.
The summer program was
highlighted by, and ended with,
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SNSection B: Thursday, July 31, 2008



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


Santa Fe Teaching Zoo:


a unique area attraction


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
There are no lions, tigers or
bears-aand there are good
reasons for tdu-but the Santa
Fe College Teaching Zoo has
plenty two "l v visitors,
including some unique animals
and a unique ozo experience
overall.
HenrN "Bu" Bireline,
assistant aoo director and
professor in the school's zoo
animal technology program,


said there may be bigger and
more famous zoos or animal
exhibits, but -he has heard
people comment that they've
enjoyed their experience at the
Santa Fe Zoo more than a visit
to the St. Louis Zoo or Sea
World. for example. The
reason for that is visitors are
led around the zoo by the
school's zookeepers-in-
training.
"Here, you have someone
interpreting wildlife for you,"


Bireline said. "They have kind
of the inside story about the ,
animals and what it's like
working-with-them_ ._ .
Self-guided tours are fine.- .. --
and offer a fun experience as A r .
well, Bireline said. In fact. ..
future plans are that the Santa
Fe Zoo will be able to allo\\ ..
people to tour the zoo on their
own.
A zookeeper, however, can .
share knowledge, such as the .
fact that the two American -.
bald eagles the Santa Fe Zoo
has on exhibit were both .
injured in the wild. Those birds 4
cannot return to the wild, but -
they have produced offspring
that have successfully been
released into the wild.
Bireline said the Santa Fe
Zoo experience is, in essence.
connecting people to wildlife.
"That's ultimately what .. '
we're all trying to do here," he
said. "We're trying to get
o Katherine Stetz (far left), a student in Santa Fe's zoo animal technology program,
See ZOO, p. 8B points out a group of red-foot tortoises to a group of students from a P.K. Yonge
summer camp.


The Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo does not have
large cats, but small- to medium-sized animals, like
this ocelot, to better ensure the safety of students.


2 new
Bradford
Education
Foundation
scholarships
are available
The Capital City Bank
Group Foundation has made
two scholarships-valued at
$750 per semester-available
to the Bradford Education
Foundation.
Scholarships will be
awarded to alumni of Bradford
High School. The scholarship
award will be paid out with
half the total amount each
semester. The scholarship is to
be used for tuition, lab fees
and books.
The deadline for
applications, which may be
obtained at Capital City Bank
of Starke, Community State
Bank of Starke, the Bradford
County Superintendent of
Schools office and Santa Fe
College Andrews Center, is
Friday, Aug. 15. They may be
mailed to: Mary Powell,
Capital City Bank, Starke
Office, 350 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091.
Ap'i. i'-,.' should submit
two letters of recommendation,
copy of high school or college
transcript and a one-page,
typewritten statement
regarding career goals.
There are seven qualification
requirements of these
scholarships:
Applicant must be a
graduate of Bradford High
School.
Applicant may be a
student just beginning or
continuing his or her college
education.
Scholarship may be used
at any accredited college or
university.
Recipients are required to
maintain full-time (12 credit
hours per semester) enrollment


in either a degree or certificate
program.
Full-time enrollment may
be waived if student is
employed for no less than 30
hours per week. If full-time
enrollment is waived, the
scholarship award will be
adjusted according to the
number of credit hours student
is enrolled.
.* Recipients will receive a
check for the- first semester
made payable to the student
and the school to be used for
tuition and books. If student
has already paid tuition, a
receipt from the school and a
copy of the canceled check
will be required to reimburse,
the student.
Scholarship recipients
must maintain an overall GPA
of 2.5 to receive funding for
the second semester. A copy of
the grades from the first
semester and the second
semester schedule must be
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Saint Leo offers local


Sf m students 4-vear degrees


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe Community
College is now known as Santa
Fe College as it begins the
transition to a four-year
institution, which means
people in Bradford County will'
have an opportunity to stay
within the county and earn a
four-year degree.
However, students in
Bradford County already have
that option thanks to Santa Fe
College and Saint Leo
University.
Saint Leo partners with
Santa Fe College to allow
students to work toward four-
year degrees. Students in
Bradford County can do this
through a combination of
online classes and on-site
classes at the Andrews Center
in Starke and, eventually, the
Waton Center in Keystone
Heights.
Dia Harden, an assistant
academic adviser for Saint Leo
who" holds office hours at the
Andrews Center, said Saint
Leo caters to adult students
who work full time and/or who
have families by offering
courses in the evening.
That was something local
student Pamela Martin
appreciated.
"It was great for me," said
Martin, who earned a
bachelor's degree in
elementary education. "I liked
the freedom of going to classes
in the evenings and being in
smaller classes."
Harden said the university's
goal is to make education
within reach for more people.
"Education opens a lot of
doors," Harden said. "We
really believe in having an
opportunity for as many
students as possible."
Students in Bradford County
can earn bachelor's degrees in
such areas of study as business
administration, education,
criminal justice and
psychology.
Hazel King had always
wanted to earn her bachelor's
degree in psychology. (She
already had an associate's


Brian and Emily Woodall pose with daughters (I-r) Hadley and Avery and the
newest addition to the family, son Ben, who was born at home on July 14.


Couple experiences


miracle of birth-at home


far as the front door of her
home.
Brian called the midwife
back, who told him to call 911
and have Emily lay in bed.
Brian remained on the phone
with the midwife, but the only
directions she had time to give
him were to get plenty of
towels. Ben was born at 6:57
a.m.
Brian remembered how the
classes he and Emily went
through always ended with
them watching videos of
births. He did not like
watching them, but admitted
that having done so helped
him.
"Everything I learned in
class went out the door," Brian
said. "I didn't even think about
that stuff. All I remembered
were all those videos."
Emily said her mother


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
If Ben Woodall grows up to
be a tad impatient, his parents
will understand. His mother,
Emily, said she can envision
telling her son one day, "You
were in a hurry from the very
beginning."
Ben was born on July 14.
Emily's contractions began at
5:30 that morning, with Ben
entering the world before 7
a.m.-not giving his parents a
chance to even leave their
house on Jackson Street in
Starke.
For Brian Woodall, Ben's
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Brian said, "I'm glad it
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them, they weren't irregular
and they weren't that close
together," Emily said. "I
thought, 'This could be a false
alarm.'"
At 6:30 a.m., the time
between contractions
decreased to four to five
minutes. Brian called a
midwife with the Birth Center
of Gainesville (Emily elected
. to have a natural child birth),
who said the couple should
drive to Gainesville to meet
her.
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Jeff and Sheila Stockdale, to
come over. By that time, the
contractions never stopped,
and Emily's water broke.
Brian called the midwife, who
still wanted the couple to go to
Gainesville. She told Brian to
lay Emily down in me car and
drive there as fast as he could.
"I did not want to do that,"
Brian said, explaining that he
did not want to face the
possibility of his wife giving
birth on the road between
Starke and Gainesville. "I was
a nervous wreck."
For her part, Emily said she
couldn't think. All she knew
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nervous.
"It all happenetl so quick,"
he said. "We didn't have time
to be worried or scared."
Ben weighed 7 pounds, 8
ounces, and appeared to be a
healthy baby.
"When he came out, he cried
immediately," Emily said. "He
was real pink. There was no
reason to be scared. He looked
perfect."
Brian took Ben and lay him
on Emily's chest, then covered
him with blankets. That's
when emergency medical
personnel showed up after the
911 call.
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timing," Brian said.
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OBITUARIES


Letha Dicks
I AK1- B l.FLER-Letha Adelia
Bro 1n Dicks,. 77, of 1ake Butler,
died l-rida\s Jul 25, 2008, at
iHa\en Hospice of Lake City
tollo ingn a brief illness. ,
Bornii in Union County, Mrs.
Dicks wzas a housewife and
enjoyed working outside .and
spending time with her family.
She was the daughter of Frank
Brown and leatie Crawford
Broxn. iMrs. Dicks was preceded
in death b\ a brother, Archie Lee
Brown of lake City and a
brother-in-law, Larry Richardson
of I.ake Butler.
Survivors include her husband
of 60 sears, Ivol Dicks of Lake
Butler, a daughter, Marilyn
(Dean) Williams of Lake City; a
son. Dale (Sheila) Dicks of Lake
Butler: two sisters, Stella Mae
(Charlcs) Toml inson and Frances
Richardson. all of Lake Butler;
t\o brothers, Millard (Betty)
Brown of Lake City and Mana
ILcc (Linda) Brown of Land
O'Lakes: a sister-in-law, Audrey
Brown of Lake City; two
grandchildren. Scott Dicks and
Jennifer Dicks. both of Lake
Butler.
Graveside funeral services
were held Monday, July 28,
2008, at Hopeful Baptist Church
Cemetery with Elder Wendell
Nettles officiating. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was
in charge of arrangements. In
lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made to
Haven Hospice. Hwv. 90 West,
Lake City, Florida 32055.



Joe Grant Jr..
STARKE-Dcacon Joe Grant
Jr., 78, died Saturday, July 26,
2008, at his home following an
extended illness.
Born in Starke, Deacon Grant
moved from Starke to Lawtey. He
retired from the city of Starke
after 18 years and attended local
Bradford County schools. He was
a trustee of Mt. Calvary
Missionary Baptist Church under
the patronage of the late Rev. A.
Jenkins and later joined the
Philadelphia Baptist Church of
Lawtey.
Deacon Grant is survived by
his care-giver and devoted friend,
Mamie Smith of Lawtey; two
brothers, Richard Chandler and
Henry Chandler.


Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008, at 11
a.m. at Philadelphia Baptist
Church in Lawtey with Elder
Ross Chandler officiating.
Burial will be in Oddfellow
Cemetery under the care of Haile
Funeral Home. Visitation by the
family will be 3-4 p.m. at Haile
Funeral Home and from 4-6 for
friends. Visitation will also be at
10:00 a.m., one hour before the
funeral services.

Nellie Jordan
GAINESVILLE-Nellie Mae
"Jeri" Terrell Jordan died Sunday,
July 27, 2008, from a lengthy
illness at Parklands
Rehabilitation and Nursing
Center, Gainesville.
Born in Grove Park, Mrs.
Jordan was a resident of Putnam
County, a homemaker and was a
member of Calvary Baptist
Church in Sunnihites for many
years, then Forest Baptist
Church in Hog Valley.
Mrs. Jordan was preceded in
death by her parents, Walter and
Mae Guthrie Terrell; her husband
of 60 years, Clifford William
Jordan; a daughter, Glenda Faye
Jordan; a granddaughter, Jeri
Lynette White; two sisters,
Annie Mae Terrell Drake and
Nancy Terrell Ford; and three
brothers, Morgan, Corbett and
Leroy Terrell.
Survivors include three
daughters and sons-in-law,
Jahckie and Jack Kline of Penner
Pond, Joan and Terry White of
Gainesville, and Jan and Paul
DeNino of Lafayette, La.; two
grandsons, Cliff (Kara) White of
Archer and Justin Slack of
Gainesville; a granddaughter,
Kristiana Cobb of Lafayette, La.;
two great-grandchildren, Taylor
and Samantha White of Archer; a
brother, Arlee (Joyce) Terrell of
Hawthorne; a sister, Inez Tappan
of Keystone Heights and a sister-
in-law, Mary Terrell of San
Mateo.
Graveside funeral services
were held Tuesday, July 29,
2008, at Eliam Cemetery,
Melrose, under the care of
Moring Funeral Home. Flowers
are gratefully accepted or
memorial donations may be
made in Mrs. Jordan's name to
Alzheimer's Association, 2411
NW 41' St., Gainesville or
Haven Hospice, E.T. York
Hospice Care Center, 400 NW
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23, 2008, in Shands at
University of Florida,
Gainesville.
A native of Mountainview,
N.J., Mrs.. Knibiehly moved to
Keystone Heights from Tampa
18 years ago. She was a
homemaker and of the Methodist
faith.
Survivors include her husband,
Richard L. Knibiehly of
Keystone Heights; a niece, Ann
(Bob) Kenny; a nephew, Joseph
Willian (Vicki) Laricha and a
great niece, Chelse Noel Kenny,
all of Spring Hill.
Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose was in charge of
arrangements.

Trudy Sarman
MACCLENNY-Trudy Michelle
Taylor Sarman,. .26, of
Mlacclenny, died Thursday, July
24,2008.
Mrs. Sarman was preceded in
death by her grandfathers,
Edmond DeVevo and Tommy
Hilliard, Sr.
Survivors include her husband,
James Sarman; two sons, Kurtis
Taylor and Hunter Sarman; her
parents, LaMonda and Michael
Moseley of Macclenny, Kevin
and Melba Taylor of
Jacksonville and Tommy
Hilliard, Jr. of Starke; three
sisters, Tressie Hillard (Stevie)
of Starke, Dana (Jerry) Daniel of
Sanderson and Holly Waddell of
Jacksonville; two brothers,
Tommy Hilliard, III of Starke and
Jonathan (Elaine) Waddell of


Jacksonville; grandparents
Frances DeVevo of Macclenny,
Bobby and Dorothy Taylor of
Jacksonville, Carolyn Hilliard
Civitarese of Jacksonville and
Melvin and Virginia McGregor
of Jacksonville; her father-in-
law, John Sarman of Keystone
Heights.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July 30, 2008, at
Oceanway Congregational
Holiness Church in Jacksonville
with her uncle, the Rev. James
James officiating. Burial
followed at Macedonia
Cemetery, Macclenny.

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chairs the Lawtey Recreation
Committee very nice, David.
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current policies.
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Thursday, July 31, 2008 Page 4B Deahr tens of Starke city
limits are in economic
hardships just as well as
everyone else in the economy
b at this point. The city recently
Notch babies outlook dim for "improved" our electric system
so they say. In retrospect our
a dit al mo ney light bills have doubled,
additional m money myself and several people I
know, our power goes out at
It has been years since I've seen or report also notes that Congress acted least three times a week if not
heard anything about "notch babies," responsibly and appropriately in 1977 squirrels are attracted to the
that is, until this past week when a when it adjusted the flawed benefit new system more than the old
friend sent me a lengthy letter she had formula. one, then that is something I
received, soliciting funds to continue "AARP supports the findings of the We have n serious crisis on
the fight to get a $5,000 lump sum for commission's report. And we believe our hands as far as the cost of
each Social Security recipient born that no one is receiving less than his utilities in this town compared
to the pay rates in this town.
between the years 1917 and 1926. or her intended benefits." Twenty-nine and a half percent
In lieu of a lump sum paid over The letter received by my friend was of Florida workers were at this"
five years, the organization would be signed by Dan O'Connell, chairman level of the "working poor" -
willing to settle for increased benefits of The Senior Citizens League, an higher than eiterthe national 2002
from now on. organization whose purpose is to according to the labor report
The original scheme to get additional lobby for notch babies, who, in its on the state of Florida. That
funds for "notch babies" based the age opinion, continue to be short changed was in 2002,r now six and a
half years later most people in
requirement on 'those born between by Social Security regulations in spite Bradford County are making
1917 and' 1921. The current drive for of the position-taken /by AARP, the the same $8 an hour, while
funds has extended the birth year by American Association of Retired fuel cost and "adjustments"
five years, to 1926. People. control. When you continue to
According to the AARP's Web The league claims to have 1.3 million have a .$400 plus electric bill
site, "In 1972, Congress increased members. Members are defined as evs rery montd ot t$8 an henour
Social Security benefits and provided those contributing a minimum of $10 some people eat, it is just a
an annual cost of living adjustment a year, thus the league has some wonder why people have not
(COLA). As a result, those born from $13 million to pay officers' salaries rallied in front of city hall. We
as citizens need to stand up
1912 through 1916 received extra and other expenses. It sends 150,000 about these concerns and take
benefits, letters to "active supporters" 10 times some action otherwise the city
"Congress corrected this error five a year. The league also sends letters to will continue to charge us what
years later, by gradually adjusting members of Congress. they feel, it?f we pay it why not
benefit levels (replacement rates) for AARP does not concur with The Maggie Holley
those born after 1916. ... Senior Citizens League that people
"In order to avoid an abrupt change born between 1917 and 1921 have
for those about to retire, Congress been short changed, and does not W here is law
phased in a new benefit formula for support the attempt to sway Congress enforcement?
those born from 1917 through 1921. to reconsider the corrections made
This phase-in formula only applies to earlier.- MDear Editor: lene Sapp. I
the 1917-1921 group. Everyone born In the early years, recipients born live in Brooker. My land has a
after 1921 has their benefits calculated between 1917 and 1921 actually did small creek around it. You carn
in the same way. Unfortunately, some receive larger checks than provided see land and
house across the creek from
of those in the 1917-1921 group have for, but that error was corrected. mine.
been led to believe that they are being Congress sees the error as a windfall Their dog was in heat and
,hntpA ,-,t f q,-u; rifv hl-Sit ;fit n f, a rt-OlAtivelx smnill ProrUn hut in came into my yard and my


eight-pound Maltese dog
followed it back home. Within
seconds, we knew our small
dog was over there and my
husband, my daughter and
myself went to calling him.
That's when we heard boys
yelling and my husband
jumped in the truck to go over
there. Before he could get
there,. we heard a gunshot and
my husband returned with my
little dog-he had been shot
with a .22. My husband picked
him up at their gate where he
had been shot.
A 17-year-old boy shot him
with both his parents, sister
and a couple of his friends
over there. We called the
Sheriffs office; the boy
admitted to shooting my dog
and came up with a story that
my dog was chasing his 10-
year-old cat. So the law did
nothing! This is not the first
time the law has been called on


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this boy and I am sure it will
not be the. last. He had already
told some of his friends that he
was going to kill my husband
for making him take his tree
stand off of our property, the
police still did nothing.
After making several calls to
the Sheriffs office, Capt.
Zipperer got on the phone with
me and threatened that if we
kept calling he was going to
come out here himself and put
all of us gunslingers in jail. I
did not have a gun, I am the
victim. The 17-year-old had
the gun and he is the one who
killed my little dog. Where is
the law? And why is this boy's
parents getting away with this?
Someone needs to help us
before something or someone
else gets hurt by this boy.
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CRIME


Son of Starke
man dies
The 20-year-old son of a
city of Starke meter reader died
after being shot in an
attempted robbery in Fort
Meade.
Auntrey Keon Jones was
found lying in the street. He
had been walking near
Southwest Seminole Avenue
and Southwest Eighth Street
when he was approached by
two men who tried to rob him
before shooting him, Polk
County sheriffs spokesperson
Carrie Rodgers said.
Just before shooting Jones,
the two men robbed a 21-year-
old man.
Jones later died from his
injuries at Bartow Regional
Medical Center.
The two suspects, Jamel
Bell, 20, and Antwan Laron
Nelson, 21, both of Lakeland,
were caught and arrested July
28. They were charged with
first-degree murder and armed
robbery.
Jones is the son of
Raymond Jones.

Former
Starke
woman found
murdered
The body of a Macclenny
woman was fotind by
construction workers on July
-24 at a fish camp on Heckscher
Drive in Jacksonville.
Trudy Michelle Taylor
Sarman was a victim of
homicide, according to the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office.
Her body was found at
approximately 3 p.m. near the
tree line of the parking lot at
the Palms Fish Camp.
The investigation into the
murder is continuing.
Sarman, 26, has family ties
in Starke and Keystone
Heights.

3 charged
in home
invasion
Three individuals have been
charged with last week's home
invasion on North Walnut
Street.
The three were brandishing
butcher or steak knives as they
entered the home on July 27,
according to Lt. Barry Warren.
The victims were threatened
and grabbed during the
invasion, Lt. Warren said. The
intruders were apparently
looking for money.
The arrests will be
announced later as the
investigation continues.

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:
Cynthia Ann Mancini, 47,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 21 by Clay
Deputy J.A. Murphy for
aggravated assault and simple
battery domestic. Mancini was
charged with slapping the
victim and threatening him
with a knife during a domestic
dispute, Deputy Murphy said.
Bruce Austin Lee, 28, of
Starke was arrested July 22 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for aggravated assault and
disorderly intoxication. Lee
was charged with threatening
the victim with a butcher
knife. Bond was set at $6,000.


Sean Garrett Morgan, 20,
of Raiford was arrested July 25
by Union Deputy Leslie Crews
for felony battery. Morgan was
charged with striking the
victim in the face during a
disturbance. The victim, Curtis
Harold, was charged on a
warrant for striking Morgan in
the face, Deputy Crews said.
Morgan was additionally
charged with violation of
probation.
Charles Nello Gardner, 18,
of Keystone Heights was.
arrested July 21 by Clay
deputy R.E. Kittles for grand
theft. Gardner was charged with
stealing a camera valued at
$350 from the victim's
residence on June 22, Deputy
Kitties said. Gardner sold the
camera to a pawn shop in
Bradford where it was
recovered.
Latishila Lynette Riley, 32,
of Lake Butler and Altonia
Deloris Alexander,' 48, of
Raiford were arrested July 25
by Deputy Crews for felony
battery. Riley and Alexander
were charged with fighting
during an argument on First
Way around midnight, Deputy
Crews said. Both subjects were
belligerent, uncooperative and
angry, Deputy Crews said. Due
to conflicting statements, both
women were taken into
custody.
Robert Lee Howard III, 30,
of Starke was arrested July 25
by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for battery domestic
violence. Howard was charged
with grabbing the victim by
the neck and throwing him to
the ground during an argument,
Patrolman King said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Megan Takara Howell, 24,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 17 by Clay
Deputy J.C. Saunders for
simple battery. Howell was
charged with punching the
victim.
Terrence Henry Conners II,
26, of Raiford was arrested
July 25 by Deputy Crews for
disorderly intoxication and
possession of marijuana.
Conners was charged with
creating a disturbance while
being intoxicated. A marijuana
roach was found during a
search, Deputy Crews said.
Paul Michael Payne, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
25 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for possession of
controlled substance within
1,000 feet of school with'
intent to sell. Payne's vehicle
was traffic stopped for reckless
driving. During a consent
search the deputy found 11
Oxycodone pills in a cigarette
package, Deputy Smith said.
Ashley Marie O'Berry, 18,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 15 by Clay
Deputy L.A. McIntosh for
burglary to construction site
and possession of burglary
tools. Starke Patrolman Brad
Smith observed O'Berry
standing in a driveway of a
house under constructionstruction on
Bedford Lake Road. A
compressor hose, 50 feet of
electrical wire, a hand saw and
an extension cord were at
O'Berry's feet. She was
detained by Patrolman Smith
until Clay deputies arrived. An
investigatgation revealed the
property had been stolen from
the construction site, Deputy
McIntosh said.
Travis Eugene Clark, 18, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
26 by Bradford Deputy R.V.
Melton for grand theft motor
vehicle and petit theft. Clark
was charged with taking the
victim's Pontiac without


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the victim's wallet from the
victim's pants, Deputy Melton
said.
David Allen Starr. 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 26 by Clay Deputy C.P.
Redmond for simple battery
domestic. Starr was charged
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throwing and breaking
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Christina Leigh Douglas,
33, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 24 by Deputy
McIntosh for grand theft auto.
The victim's truck was stolen
at approximately 5 a.m. Just
before midnight, a relative
noticed the stolen truck was in
front of him on S.R. 100,
Deputy McIntosh said. The
truck was stopped and Douglas
ran into the woods. She was
later found under some brush
in the woods and taken into
custody, Deputy 'McIntosh
said.

Karl Eugene Baer, 37, of
Melrose was arrested July 20
by Clay Deputy E.R. Kroh for
simple battery. Baer was
charged with knocking the
victim down and choking her
during an argument, Deputy
Kroh said.
Billie Jo Damon, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 22 by Clay Deputy E.C.
Mohler for petit theft (retail).
Damon was charged with
taking four items of clothing
into a fitting room at Bealls
Outlet on S.R. 100. When she
left the fitting room, two
shirts were unaccounted for.
Damon left the store and went
next door to Subway where she
pulled two shirts out of her
purse, Deputy Mohler said.
Damon was issued a notice to
appear and released.
Kelvin Hamm, 44, of
*Starke was arrested July 21 by
Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
retail theft (six previous
convictions), resisting a
merchant and trespass after
warning. Hamm was charged
with removing items from
Winn Dixie on July 20 and
fleeing on foot from the
manager who told him to stop,
Sgt. Crews said. Value of the


items was approximately
$230. On July 21 Hamm
removed approximately $83.94
in merchandise from the store.
After Hamm was confronted in
the parking lot, that
merchandise was recovered,
Sgt. Crews said. On July 16,
witnesses stated Hamm
removed approximately $318
in items from the store, fled
and placed the items in a car in
the parking lot. Those items
were also recovered, Sgt.
Crews said. Total bond was set
at $7,000.
Tijuana S. Irving, 22, of
Gainesville was arrested July
23 by Starke Patrolman David
Schlofman for retail theft.
Irving was charged with
concealing clothing in her
purse and in the front of her
pants without paying for the
merchandise. She left Bealls
Outlet with the merchandise
valued at $1,17.58. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.
Billie Jean Saxon, 24, of
Starke was arrested July 23 by
Patrolman Schlofman for retail
theft. Saxon concealed
merchandise (swimsuits) in her
purse then walked out of Wal-
Mart without paying for the
merchandise valued at $53.22.


James Lansdel Hardin, 20,
and Khristopher Robin
Sidbury, 19, both of Keystone
Heights, were arrested July 19
by Clay Deputy K.W. Redgate
for possession of alcoholic
beverage by person under 21.
While investigating a loud
disturbance just after midnight
on Golden Oak Lane, Hardin
and Sidbury were found with a
12 oz. bottle of beer in their
car. They were issued notices
to appear and released, Deputy
Redgate said. The beer was
poured out, Deputy Redgate
said.
Mary Amanda McLauchlin,
30, of Live Oak was arrested
July 23 by Hampton Lt. S.
Donaldson for resisting officer
without violence. McLauchlin
ran from the officer when he
attempted to arrest her on a
warrant for failure to appear.
The warrant was from
Suwannee County for
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Steven Hankerson, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 27 by Deputy Redmond
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Detra Lawiana Coleman,
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revealed two small bags of
marijuana in the glove box,
Patrolman King said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Mark Junior Cowart, 45, of
Starke was arrested July 22 by
Patrolman King for loitering
and prowling. Cowart was seen
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CRIME


Two injured
when cycles
collided
Two men were injured July
25 when their motorcycles
collided on North Temple
Avenue in Starke.
Steven John Lawrence, 22,
of Fort McCoy was flown to
Shands University where he
remains in critical condition,
according to a hospital
spokesperson.
James Edward Ketterer, 43,
of Naples was also taken to
Shands, but is'no longer in the
hospital system.
The two were leaving the
parking lot of Days Inn at
12:34 a.m. They turned south
on their motorcycles and for
unknown reasons collided,
according to Patrolman Jason
Crosby.
Both men are guardsmen at
Camp Blanding.


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:

Rhonda Faye Tindall, 51,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 25 by Bradford
Deputy Stephen Bivins for
child abuse. Tindall was
charged with striking the
victim in the head, pulling her
hair and slapping her in the
face, Deputy Bivins said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Charles David Jones, 32, of
Starke was arrested July 26 by
Patrolman King on a capias for
four counts giving false owner
information to pawn items and
petit theft. Total bond was set
at $8,000.
Lazarus Stephen Egantoff,
48, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 23 by Bradford Deputy
J.E. Cox on multiple counts
uttering forged bills and two
counts of grand theft. Total
bond was set at $35,000.
Jacob Murrhee, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 28 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear on bail.
Jolene R. Tomlinson, of
Raiford was arrested July 24 by
Bradford Sgt. E. J. Kiser for
violation of probation
possession of cocaine and on a
capias for failure to appear
arraignment on criminal
mischief. Bond was set at
$5,000.


Jessica Marie Davis, 24,
and Kevin Jerome Davis, 34,
both of Starke were arrested
July 21 by Bradford deputies
Josh Luke and R.S. Melton on
warrants for grand theft from
building. They were released
on their own recognizance.
Israel Drago, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 23 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation
contributing to delinquency.
Joshua Andrew Elliott, 18,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 23 by Clay
deputies for violation of
pr6batibn possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Grady Lee Fleming Jr., 22,
of Middleburg was arrested
July 25 by Bradford Deputy
R.E. Pollard on a Clay County
warrant for sale and delivery of
controlled substance. A
$50,003 surety bond was
posted for his release form
custody.
Daniel James Spivey, 19,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 23 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation resisting
officer without violence with
no bond.
Adam Hall, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 28 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for petit theft.
Brian Gregory Bailey, 33,
of Gainesville was arrested
July 21 by Patrolman
Schlofman on a warrant for 11
counts condition release
violation with bond set at
$110,000 and a warrant from
Alachua County for battery.
Bond was set at $2,00.

Traffic
Patrick Rayburn Crawford,
46, of Hampton was arrested
July 23 by Lt. Donaldson for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) habitual
traffic offender and no vehicle
registration. A $2,500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.
Victor Leonardo Vargas
Jimenez, 23, of.,ApQllo,.,Beach
was arrested July 27, by La,wtey
Patrolman Kelly Brown for
DWLS. Bond was set at $500.
Delores Santos, 23, of
Melrose was arrested July 23
by Clay Deputy T.A. Cecrle
for no valid driver's license
(NVDL).
Cherica Ticcara Daniels,
26, of Jacksonville was
arrested July 23 by Patrolman
Brown for DWLS habitual and
NVDL. A $2,500 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.


Michael Antonio Ford, 23,
of Newberry was arrested July
24 by Starke patrolmen for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release.
Lawence Termine Willis,
22, of Atlantic Beach was
arrested July 25 by Hampton
Patrolman Wentworth for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Anthony Outland Altman,
23, of Starke was arrested July
25 by Patrolman King for
DWLS. He was released after a
$500 surety bond was posted.

Johnny Williams, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 27 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation DWLS.
Donald Alessi, 60, of
Starke was arrested July 23 by
Bradford Deputy J.E. Cox on a
Clay warrant for violation of
probation felony DWLS.
Shirley Jean McNeely, 51,
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23 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear at violation of
probation sentencing DWLS.
Marvin Glen Crews, 36, of
Lawtey was arrested July 22 by
Patrolman King for violation
of probation DWLS and
fleeing and attempting to
elude. Total bond was set at
$12,000.
James Nooney, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested&
July 28 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear resisting arrest
without violence and failure to
appear DUI capias.
John Quincy Adams, 38, of
Williston was arrested July 21
by Bradford Sgt. R.W. White
on a warrant from Duval
County for DWLS. A $153
cash bond was posted for his
release from custody.



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annoy enough people
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fighters arrived, they found the west end of the wooden structure was
fully involved in flames. The fire appears to be electrical, starting in the
bedroom area of the home, according to Florida State Fire Marshal
Detective Andy Redding. Estimated damage is $75,000. Responding
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people closer to wildlife so
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The only way you really do
that is by communicating with
them."
The Santa Fe College
Teaching Zoo, which is
located on the school's
northwest campus in
Gainesville, comprises 20
acres of forest and has
approximately 250 animals
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mountain forests of New
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in the wild is'not known-he
gave a "liberal" estimate of
less than 5,000-the animals
are "very endangered." The
fact that the Santa Fe Zoo has
had success maintaining its
tree kangaroos is probably one
of the zoo's proudest
accomplishments, Bireline
said.
"We'vy actually won an
international conservation
award with several other zoos
on managing those animals in
captivity," he said.
It's part of the zoo's three-
part mission, which includes
improving the future for
wildlife. Such wildlife affected
by that mission right here in
Florida includes the Perdido
Key Beach mouse. The wild
population faces a real
possibility of being wiped out
by a hurricane, but mice can be
placed back in Perdido Key in
the case of such an event
because of the captive
population at the zoo.
"We're working with other
zoological institutions to do
more and basically have a
population that is an insurance
colony for that particular
species," Bireline said.
Also speaking to the zoo's
mission to improve the future
of wildlife is the fact it is the-
only teaching zoo in the
country accredited by the
Association for Zoos and
Aquariums. Bireline said there
are approximately 215
facilities with such
accreditation, with Santa Fe
joining such facilities as the
Miami MetroZoo, San Diego
Zoo and Bronx Zoo.
"We meet the same
standards," Bireline said.
"Obviously, we're a smaller
zoo. We don't have elephants,
so we don't have elephant


r tree canopy encircles the zoo exhibits.


standards we have to meet, but
we meet the highest standards
in the industry. I would guess a
lot of people don't know that."
Elephants may be too large
for the Santa Fe Zoo to keep in
captivity, but it could
conceivably keep other
animals, such as the
aforementioned lions, tigers
and bears, yet it does not.
That's because when the zoo
adds animals to its collection,
it- has to keep its students in
mind. Many beginning
students do not have any
experience with animals,
Bireline 'said, plus, "As
beginners, they're probably
going to make some mistakes."
Therefore, the zoo has to
pick animals that are hardy, so
if a student handles an animal
too roughly, it will not be
harmed (that's why there are


A curious emu looks at
zoo visitors.


no hummingbirds, for
example, at the zoo).
It also must avoid large
carnivores that could cost a
student his or her life in the
event of a mistake. To get
experience working with those
types of animals, students
interact with the zoo's small-
to medium-sized cats. Bireline
said there's still a danger there,
but not as serious a one.
"They're probably going to
be hurt (if a mistake is made),"
Bireline said, "but they're not
going to be killed in those
situations."
There are several dangerous
animals at the zoo, including
venomous snakes. Students do
not have access to those
animals without the presence
of a zoo staff member.
It all makes up another part
of the zoo's mission-to add
value to the lives of the animal
technology students. The zoo,
though it is a public attraction,
is a laboratory, giving students
hands-on experience and a
head. start when they graduate
and look for jobs.
For student Mallory Hedges,
the experience so far has been
better than she could have
imagined.
"People go and get their
bachelor's degrees, and they're
not "even working with
animals," Hedges said.
"They're not getting any of the
hands-on experience places are
looking for."
That experience is what
brought student Ashley Carter
from Tallahassce, but she
discovered there is so much
more to being a zookeeper.
"It's not just taking care of
the animals," she said.
Birleine said it is a physical
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necessary.
"A lot of zoos don't have
their own construction crew,"
Bireline said. "Sometimes
you'll have to make repairs as
a zookeeper. (Students here)
get power tool and hand tool
experience, which maybe
they've never had before."
.Those experiences have
helped place zoo animal
technology graduates in more
than 40 states. Bireline said the
zoo's accreditation plays a big
role in that as well.
"I think it validates the
student experiences here by
reaching those highest
standards," Bireline said.
"When they go out into the
field and they're working for
Disney, the San Diego Zoo,
the Bronx Zoo or wherever,
they already know what those
standards are. They can hit the
ground running at the next
institution they go to.
"If they go to a non-
accredited institution, they can
help that institution become
accredited because they'll
know what the best standards
are."
Besides focusing on adding
value to students' lives and
improving the future for
wildlife, a third part of the
Santa Fe Zoo's mission is
adding enrichment to the
community. With that in mind,
the zoo is looking at some
changes in the future, such as
allowing for self-guided tours,
building an educational
outreach building and
expanding the tree kangaroo
exhibit so that the zoo can
accommodate more of the
animals and give the public a
better chance to see them by
adding an indoor viewing area.
(The tree kangaroos have an
air-conditioned enclosure they
escape to when the heat and
humidity gets to be too much
for them, but the zoo's current
setup does not.allow the public
to see the animals when
they're inside that enclosure.)
Zoo tours are given every
day of the week between 9
a.m. and 2 p.m. Tours are
conducted every 15 minutes on
Saturday and Sundays, but
visitors are encouraged to call
at least three days in advance if
they plan to visit on a
weekday. That is done in
consideration of the students,
who work in acting as tour
guides around their academic
schedule. Bireline said walk-
up visitors will be
accommodated, if possible, on
Mondays-Fridays, but there
may be a bit of a wait.
Admission is $4 for adults
and $3 for children (4-12) and
seniors (60+). Children 3 and


This pair of American bald eagles, named Ariel and
George, sustained injuries in the wild that prohibit
them from surviving outside of the zoo. However,
they have produced offspring that have successfully
been released into the wild.


under are free, as are Santa Fe
College students and staff with
current school ID.
If you would like more
information about the Santa Fe
Teaching Zoo, please call
(353) 395-5601 or visit the zoo


Web site at www.sfcc.edu/zoo.
Or better yet, just go visit
the zoo in person. That would
be Bireline's recommendation.
"We're trying not to be the
best-kept secret anymore in
our community," he said.


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Brian Vance (right) explains molecules to (left, I-r) Lindsey O'Conor, Riley Dingman
and Cristina Christian.


Watson

Center holds

successful

science camp
Full enrollment made the
first Super Summer Science
Camp, which was held June
23-July 3 at the Santa Fe
College Watson Center, a
success as first-sixth-graders
learned about biology,
geology, chemistry and
physical science.
Students performed
experiments and
demonstrations every day.
Some of the experiments
included: what do fish and
crickets eat; what factors affect
crystal growth; making and
testing electrical circuits; and
testing different types of
rockets. Learning about
science extended to snacks that
were provided each day with
such fare as cell cookies, soil
cake, color-mixing cookies and
graham cracker Wright fliers.
The camp culminated in a
Mad Scientist's Chemistry Tea
Party, with chemistry activities


Melrose

sports

signups start

this Saturday
The Melrose Youth Sports
Association will hold signups
for baseball, -softball and
soccer every Saturday between
Aug. 2 and Aug. 23, from 9
a.m. until 2 p.m., at the
association's concessions stand


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Angie Christian blows
up a Flubber bubble.

such as baking soda and
vinegar boats, red cabbage
juice bracelets, make your own
fizzy drink and roll your way
to ice cream. Also, rockets
made by the students were
launched by Melanie Roberti,
while lab assistants


off Richardson Lane.
For more information or to
download an application, visit
the Melrose Youth Sports
Association Web site at
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demonstrated the power of
combining diet cola and
Mentos.

Santa Fe professors Angela
Dobberfuhl and Melanie
Roberti taught the camp, while
Watson center student Kelly
Michalos, dual-enrolled
students Cory Marsh, Deanna
Christian, Sarah Mauldin and
Megan Salas, and Keystone
Heights High School students
Brian Vance and Maria
Roberti, and Watson Center
alums Katie Huddleston and
Scott Huston received valuable
experience volunteering as lab
assistants.
Submitted by Angela
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LEGAL

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Keystone Airpark Authority: BID for
Base Bid: Ten Unit T-Hangar,
Four Unit Bulk Hangar and Fire
Suppression System.
Base Bid "A" Ten Unit T-Hanqar
Base Bid "B" Two Unit Bulk
Hangar
Sealed bids addressed to Keystone
Airpark Authority, Florida for the
described projects above in
accordance with the plans and
specifications as prepared by
Passero Associates, LLC will' be
accepted and received by the
Keystone Airpark Authority, 7100
Airport Road, Starke, Florida,
32091,- until 4:00 p.:m., Thursday;
August 28, 2008, at which time'
said bids shall be publicly opened
and read aloud in Keystone Airpark
FBO Terminal. Any bid received
after closing time will be returned
unopened;
Base Bid Description
This project consists of a ten unit t-
hangar building (231'x53'+/-), each
unit with a hydraulic uplifting one-
piece door with a walk-in door.
H"agar buildings will be pre-
enihneered metal building
structures. Thp work includes


approximately 59,350 square toot
of asphalt taxilanes inclusive of the
paved areas up to the hangar.
Additionally a four unit bulk hangar
building (240'x60' +/-) with a
hydraulic uplifting one piece door
with a walk-in door will be included
in this bid. This bid also consists of
a fire suppression system capable
of producing 1,750 gpm pump
system at 60 psi with three fire
hydrants.
Base Bid "A" Description
This project consists of a ten unit t-
hangar building (231'x53' +/-), each
unit with a hydraulic uplifting one-
piece door with a walk-in door.
Hangar buildings will be pre-
engineered metal building
structures.
Base Bid "B" Description
This project consists of a two unit
bulk hangar building (120'x60' +/-)
with a hydraulic uplifting one piece
door with a walk-in door will be
included in this bid. This hangar
building will be a pre-engineered
metal building structure.
Plans, specifications, and other
contract documents may be
examined at the Keystone Airpark
FBO Terminal, 7100 Airport Road,
Starke, Florida 32091; at Passero
Associates, LLC, 13453 N. Main
Street, Suite 106, Jacksonville, FL
32218; Plan Room of Construction
Bulletin, Jacksonville, Florida;
Dodge-McGraw-Hill, Jacksonville,
Florida; Reed Construction Data,
Norcross, Georgia; and Mid States
Builders Exchange, Ocala Florida.
Copies of plans (24"x36"),
specifications, and other
documents may be obtained at the
offices of Passero Associates,
LLC, 13453 N.' Main Street, Suite
106, Jacksonville, FL 32218
(contact at Passero Associates is
Heidi Stiens, (904) 757-6106) for a
fee of $100.00 (one hundred
dollars) which sum is non-
refundable. Checks will be made
out to "Passero Associates, LLC".
The .plans, specifications, and
other contract documents will be
made available on Friday, July 25,
2008.
Bids shall be completed in ink and
three copies submitted in sealed
envelopes upon blank forms
furnished.
The bidder (Proposer) must supply
all the information required by the
bid or proposal form. A cashier's
check, a certified check or a surety
bond in the amount of five percent
(5%) of the bid shall accompany
the proposal, of each bidder. The
said check or bond shall be
submitted as security that should
the bidder be awarded the work, he
will enter into a contract and furnish
the necessary bonds, information
and insurance certificates within
twenty (20) days from the date of
notice of the award, and, failing to
do so, said bid security shall be
forfeited to the Owner (Keystone
Airpark Authority) as liquidated
damages. The Owner reserves the
right to reject proposals and to
waive technicalities as provided in
Section 20-08, Page 20-3 of the
General Provisions.
The Owner reserves the right to
defer award of contract for a period
of ninety (90) days after the date of
opening of bids or to reject any or
all bids. In case of ambiguity or
lack of clearness in stating
proposal prices, the Owner
reserves the right to adopt the most
advantageous .interpretation,
thereof and to accept or reject apy,
informalities or irregularities.
Performance and Payment Bonds
will be required as set forth in the
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. In
-addition, the successful bidder
shall also furnish to the Owner a
Warranty covering defects of
material and workmanship for the
calendar year following the
Owner's approval and written
acceptance of the construction.
The proposed contract is
contingent upon actual receipt by
the Kevtlpne Airpark Authority.


Norcross, ueorgia; and MidO states
Builders Exchange, Ocala, Florida.
Copies of plans (24"x36"),
specifications, and other
documents may be. obtained at the
offices of Passero Associates,
LLC, 13453 N. Main Street, Suite
106, Jacksonville, FL 32218
(contact at Passerb Associates is
Heidi Stiens, (904) 757-6106) for a
fee of '$50.00 (fifty dollars) which
sum is non-refundable. Checks will
be made out to "Passero
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford County Board of
County Commissioners will hold its
regular meeting on Monday,
August 4, 2008, at 9:30 a.m. in the
County Commission Meeting Room
at the Bradford County Courthouse
The agenda for -this meeting may
be found on the County's website
at www.bradford-cb-fla.org or may
be obtained from the County
Manager's Office in the north wing
of the Courthouse.
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42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
2005 DODGE SXT GRAND
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AND GO SEATS. 54K
miles, kept inside, very
clean, $8,995. Call 352-
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43
RVs and
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Land,for Sale
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
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Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
3 ACRES STARKE, $49K. 3
ACRES RAIFORD, $39K.
Three different lease op-
tions of acre and mobile,
$49K-89K. By owner,
352-468-1011.
4 ACRES: HOMES, MO-
BILE HOMES AND ANI-
MALS allowed off CR225.
Can be subdivided. $15K,
call 904-443-7967.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St., $201,000 or for RENT
new roof, designed for
restaurant. Also, one
retail store, downtown
Starke, $179,500 109
Call St., new roof, good
for office, detail, etc Call
904-964-4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
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Street for lease. Ideal for.
medical, legal, account-
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$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes Call 352-275-
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Good location. $350/mth
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48
Homes for Sale
2/1 HOME COMPLETELY
REMODELED. Asking
$77K, owner will pay
closing costs and no
down payment to qualify-
ing buyer. 2 miles N. of'
Starke on 301. Phone
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1 BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
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St. Starke, $49,500. Call
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49
Mobile Homes
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$575/mth. Flexible fi-
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mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
NICE 2/1 12X65 'WITH
DECK. FENCED CITY
LOT IN STARKE, good
neighborhood. shaded
trees $44,900, owner
financing with required
down payment. Possible
rent to own. Call 352-
473-5214.
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ft 3/2 with deluxe kitchen
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259-8028.
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Larry at 904-259-1100
NEW "2009" 4/2 1,560 SQ
FT;. SLIDING GLASS
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Call 904-259-8028.
YOU CAN OWN YOUR
OWN HOME 3/2 mobile
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will finance. $750 down,
$365/mth plus $195 lot
rent. Hidden Oaks Mobile
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8111.
2/1 CLEAN MOBILE HOME,
FENCED CITY LOT, good
area in Starke. Service
animals only. $550/mth
plus deposit. Possible
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50
For Rent
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A. cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
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stores, downtown shop-
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See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303:
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
'-Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 &
3 BR, NEWLY RENO-
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Call 678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
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32054. Ph: 386-496-3141,
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NO ASSOCIATION FEES $309,000
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& SERVICE


*Land Clearning *Demolition
*Ponds *Road Grading
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Florida of adequate funds Trom the specitications, ana other contract
Florida Department of documents will be made available
Transportation for the performance on Friday, July 25, 2008.
of the construction and installation Bids shall be completed in ink and
of the airport improvements three copies submitted in sealed
contemplated by the proposed envelopes upon blank forms
contract. furnished.
The proposed contract is under The bidder (Proposer) must supply
and subject to Executive Order all the information required by the
11246 of September 24, 1965, and --bid or proposal form. A cashier's
to the Equal Opportunity Clause. check, a certified check or a surety
The Bidder's (Proposer's) attention bond in the amount of five percent
is called to the "Equal Opportunity (5%) of the bid shall accompany
Contract Specifications" set forth in the proposal of each bidder. The
the specifications. said check or bond shall be
This project may be required to submitted as'security that should
participate in a Value Engineering the bidder be awarded the work, he
Workshop, at no cost to the Owner, will enter into a contract and furnish
if the bids exceed the Authorities' the necessary bonds, information
budget for the project. and insurance certificates within
The Keystone Airpark Authority twenty (20) days from the date of
continuously strives to develop notice of the award, and, failing to
quality sources for goods and do so, said bid security shall be
services and encourages all forfeited to the Owner (Keystone
prospective bidders to respond to Airpark Authority) as liquidated
the Invitation to Bid. The Authority damages. The Owner reserves the
reserves the following rights: to right to reject proposals and to
accept or reject any or all bids; and waive technicalities as provided in
to award the contract or contracts Section 20-08, Page 20-3 of the
to the most responsive and General Provisions.
responsible bidder where bid is The Owner reserves the right to
determined by the authority to i defer award of contract for a period
determined by the authority to be n interest. of ninety (90) days after the date of
A Mandatory Pro-Bid Conference opening of bids or to reject any or
A Mand atoryPrei-Bid Conference all bids. In case of ambiguity or
on this project will be held on lack. of clearness in stating
Thursday, August 7, 2008, at proposal prices, the Owner
11:00 a.m. in the Conference reserves the right to adopt the most
Room, Keystone Airpark FBO advantageous interpretation
Terminal. 7100 Airport Road, thereof and to accept or reject any
Starke, Florida 32091. informalities or irregularities
Addenda. Written questions will be Performance andor payment Bonds
accepted until Thursday, August will be required as set forth in the
14, 2008, by 5:00 p.m. EST INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS. In
addressed to Don Ramdass, addition, the successful bidder
Program Manager, Passero also furnish to the Owner a
Associates sent via fax at (904) Warranty covering defects of
757-6107. material and workmanship for the
Keystone Airpark Authority calendar year following the
Noel Thomas, Owner's approval and written
Keystone Airpark Authonrity acceptance of the construction.
Chairman The proposed contract is
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS contingent upon actual receipt by
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS the Keystone Airpark Authority,
Keystone Airpark Authority: BID Florid of adequate funds from the
for: 3,700'X24' Paved Access Florida
Road with Security Gate from Florida Department of
ad with ity Gate Transportation for the performance
Blandin Facility. of the construction and installation
Sealed bids addressed to Keystone of the airport improvements
Airpark Authority, Florida for the contemplated by the proposed
described projects above in contract.
accordance with the plans and The proposed contract is under
specifications as prepared by and subject to Executive Order
Passero Associates, LLC will be 11246 of September 24, 1965, and
accepted and received by the to the Equal Opportunity Clause.
aKeystone Airpd arck Authority, 7100 The Bidder's (Proposer's) attention
Airport Road, Starke, Florida, is called to the "Equal Opportunity
32091, until 4:00 p.m., Thursday, Contract Specifications" set forth in
August 28, 2008, at which time the specifications.
said bids shall be publicly opened This project may be required to
and read aloud in Keystone Airpark participate in a Value Engineering
FBO Terminal. Any bid received Workshop, at no cost to the Owner,
,after closing time will be returned if the bids exceed the Authorities'
unopened. budget for the project.
Base Bid Description A Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference
This project consists of on this project will be held on
constructing approximately Thursday, August 7, 2008, at
3,700'x24' paved access road with 11:00 a.m. in the Conference
security gate from Keystone Room, Keystone Airpark FBO
Airpark Authority to Camp Blanding Terminal, 7100 Airport Road,
facility. Stormwater facilities are Starke, Florida 32091.
also included in this construction. Addenda. Written questions will be
Plans, specifications, and other accepted until Thursday, August
contract documents may be 14, 2008, by 5:00 p.m. EST
examined at the Keystone Airpark addressed to Don Ramdass,
FBO Terminal, 7100 Airport Road, Program Manager, Passero
Starke, Florida 32091; at Passero Associates sent via fax at (904)
Associates, LLC, 13453 N. Main 757-6107.
Street, Suite 106, Jacksonville, FL Keystone Airpark Authority
32218; Plan Room of Construction Noel Thomas
Bulletin, Jacksonville, Florida; Keystone Airpark Authority
Dodge-McGraw-Hill, Jacksonville, Chairman
Florida; Reed Construction Data, 7/24 5tchg 8/21
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dry facility & playground
Water, sewer & garbage
provided Equal Housing
Opportunity
2 ONE YEAR OLD HOUS-
ES, 3/2 2 car garage,
tile floors, granite coun-
tertops. jacuzzi. tub and
walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess $1,000/mth each
One month deposit Call
352-473-3560
PRIVATE CLEAN FUR-
NISHED 1BR APART-
MENT on Keystone
HeI jnl Ig s lako i, ol foi oii),
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.
Both require first, last and
deposit. Call 352-745-
1189 or 904-964-8431.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME 2/1 on one
acre fenced lot, paved
road Close to town.
First, last and security.
$500/mth, call 352-475-
3094.
3/1 NEWLY REMODELED
HOME IN STARKE. First,
last and deposit Ref-
erences required. Call
386-793-4446.
SMALL 1BR TRAILER IN
COUNTRY. Clean and
quiet, utilities included,
service animals only. Call
352-468-2684.


HOUSE FOR RENT
COUNTRY SETTING
' 2/2. CH/A, washer/dryer
hook-ups, carport, shed
Bradford County $675
plus deposit Call 352-
473-7208
KEYSTONE LAKE HOUSE
2/2 WITH ALL APPLI-
ANCES including washer
and dryer Double car-
port $650/mth,. first, last
and deposit No smoking,
service animals only Call
904-838-9574 or 904-
225-4908

2/1 MOBILE HOME CH/A,
washer/dryer, lake access
to Big Lake Genevpa 6604
8th St., Keystone Heights.
$550/mth, first and secu-
rity Cal 352-473-7123 or
352-214-7411.
HOUSE FOR RENT 2/1
ON ONE ACRE LOT.
$650/mth plus $500/dep.
Call Mike at 904-364-364-
7026.

2BR MOBILE HOME WITH
SCREENED PORCH,
nice lot and storage build-
ing. 12 miles west of
Starke, near prison, Rai-
lord, Hwy 121. At Hwy
16W and NE 239th Place.
Call 386-431-1200.
2/1 MOBILE HOME EX-
CELLENT CONDITION.
$525/mth. Senior dis-
count offered. For further
information and applica-
tion, call 904-964-8218.
3/2 MOBILE HOME WITH
CH/A. $650/mth, first,
last and deposit. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
3/2 LARGE DOUBLEWIDE
ON 3 ACRES CH/A,
dishwasher, newly remod-
Seled, deck on CR221


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Service animals only
$650/mth plus deposit
Call 352-284-3310
3/2 WITH ALL APPLIANC-
ES. INCLUDING WASH-
ER AND DRYER CH/A.
in Keystone $550/mth,
call 352-258-4617 or 352-
468-3892.
TRAILERS FOR RENT -
TWO DOUBLEWIDES.
One in Hampton, 3/2,
$750/mth with first and
last. One in Tiny Cove
Trailer Park in Keystone
Heights, 3/2, $695/mth
with first and last, (gar-
bage, water and bug
spray included). Also,
SWMH in Tiny Cove
Trailer Park in Keystone
Heights, 2/1,$525/mth,
(garbage, water and bug
spray included). Call 352-
473-3728, ask for Kathy
Perryman.
RAIFORD CLEAN 2/1 MO-
BILE HOME. Deposit and
1st month rent required
with new lease ($900)
Monthly rent $450. Call
386-431-1536.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT
3/1 newly remodeled,
metal roof over large
screened porch/carport.
4 miles from Starke,
$600/mth, unfurnished.
First and last month in
advance. No smoking,
references required. Call
904-964-6488.
2BR MOBILE HOME SER-
VICE ANIMALS ONLY.
$450/mth, $450/dep. Call
352-468-1455.
SMALL 1/1 MOBILE HOME,
LOCATED IN RAIFORD
ON SR121. Free gar-
bage pick up and lawn
service. $350/mth with
$250 security deposit.
Service animals only. Call
386-431-1631.


LOOKING FOR A ROOM-
MATE $275/MTH. FE-
MALE preferred. In Law-
fey Call 904-894-2552
DOUBLEWIDE 3/2 IN
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
Fenced yard. First, last
and security deposit.
$700/mth, one year lease
and credit check. Call
813-368-6573.
MOBILE HOME IN SMALL
PARK LOCATED ON
SR121. Close to all pris-
ons, CH/A. Call 904-
364-8535.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT 3/2,
Lake Butler city limits.
Call 386-496-2134.

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
prospects. Call 352-745-
2894 or 904-964-5170.
FREE 10WK OLD MALE
KITTEN Red with stripes.
Call 904-966-2451.
RESCUED ORPHANED
KITTEN White with blue
eyes Very sweet, to good
indoor home only. Call
904-368-8139
2 DACHSHUND/CHIHUA-
HUA PUPPIES I male
and 1 female. Black;
smart, wormed, 8 weeks
old. $150 each. Call
386-431-1404.


BATHROOM

EMODELING + MORE
HANDYMAN SERVICES*
Complete bathroom remodeling, including wall am
floor tile work. Tub and shower conversions,.
remodeling. From kitchen, bath to exterior repairs,
wall-floor-tle work, bult-n shower seating.
References Available
Lic. #202105

r CALL STEVE 904-465-0078/
K) or 352-468-2515


FREE TO GOOD HOME
KITTEN, 1 MALE (orange
and white) and 1 female
(tiger tabby). Call 904-
327-3374.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE 2 FAMILY YARD
SALE IN STARKE GOLF
& COUNTRY CLUB.
Look for signs. Friday
and Saturday, 8am-2pm
each day.
OPEN HOUSE/GARAGE
SALE SATURDAY, 8/2,
8am-lpm. Starke Coun-
try Club, look for signs.
Selling house and house-
hold items. MLS#429177,
www.rhodenrealestate.
com
INSIDE CHURCH RUM-
MAGE SALE Starke
Church of the Nazarene.
1404 Bessent Rd. Friday
and Saturday, August 1st
and 2nd, 9am-lpm.
HOME INTERIOR CLEAR-
ANCE SALE Friday and
Saturday, 9am-3pm. 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.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8:30AM-4PM. Rug, rock-
ing chairs, quilts, large
dining table with 5 chairs,
vacuum, puzzles, books,
golf bags and clubs, toys,
3pc living room tables,
purses, silverplate, pots,
depression glass, lamps,
clothes and more. 1303
W. Pratt St. (off 100W),
under shelter.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
AUGUST 1ST AND 2ND,
7am-lpm. 1103 ECallSt.
Clothes, household items,
uniforms, pre-lit Christ-
mas tree, 1978 Caprice
Classic and lots more.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8am-? Fur-
niture, clothing, fresh veg-

Rooms For Rent
Bradford Motel
Starke, FL
$35 & up
Low daily &
Weekly rates
Daily rm service
Efficiency Apt
Refrig Micro
Cable/HBO
Local Phone
904-964-5332

7477 sq. ft. I
brick building
zoned RP on
almost an acre
in the city
limits of Starke.
$231,000


tables 368 East Mimosa
Dr, off Bessent Rd
SATURDAY AT THE ARC
OF BRADFORD COUN-
TY off Hwy 100. Girl
clothes size 6mth-10 (50
cents/piece), various oth-
er items, 8am-lpm
GARAGE SALE SATUR-
DAY, 8AM-2PM. 53.2
South St.. Trickedout
golf cart, utility trailer,
professional meat slicer,
big and tall clothing, 2
full size video games and
much more.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,
8AM. 1619 RAIFORD
RD., Starke. No early
birds. Furniture, house-
hold items, dreamsicles,
truck bed rails and step
bars. lots of other stuff.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM
Furniture. lots of items.
SR 100W. right on CR235.
2nd house on right, look
for signs
ASSORTED ITEMS -
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM
14227 SE 26th Ave., near
Griffis Loop. Look for
signs.
AUGUST 2ND AND 3RD., 2
family yard sale clothes,
books, toys, dishes, blan-
kets, cookies and sweet
tea for sale. Also, 2 kit-
tens, 1 male, 1 female.
1.5 miles down 229A off
SR16.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
CERAMIC ELECTRIC
STOVE, 2 ANTIQUE RA-
DIOS, dryer, furniture,
sporting items, 2 room
tent, '76 Datsun B-210
(needs' a carburetor),
many plants, clothes and
many other useful items
you may want. Watch for
signs on CR214 to Pinon
Rd, follow signs. July 31
through August 2, 352-
235-7629.


Many Recent Upgrades
i Contact: Larry Price
Cell: (386) 208-4456 (800)
a 771-5110
U ~larry@danielcrapps.com


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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.
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.
2 CEMETERY LOTS AT
JACKSONVILLE ME-
MORIAL GARDENS.
Jacksonville Beach, FL.
$4,200. call 904-964-
4444.
LARGE CAPACITY WASH-
ERS OR DRYERS, $75
AND UP with warranty,
Call 904-964-8222. *


ULASb rOP 1 OVE, $175
AND UP WITH WAR-
RANTY. Call 904-964-
8222.
SIDE-BY-SIDE REFRIG-
ERATORS, $200 AND
UP with warranty. Call
904-964-8222.
GUN FOR SALE: NORIN-
CO SKS 7.62X39. Brand
new, call 352-473-6543.
LIFT CHAIR NEW CONDI-
TION, $300. Call 352-
473-3439.
WHEELCHAIR LIFT LARGE
VAN, 3 junk riding lawn'
mowers, 2 file cabinets,
area rugs, 2 wedding
dresses, cherry picker,
and 3 bay garage for rent.
Call 904-364-7150.
DESK,- HANDMADE SOLID
PECAN WOOD with 5
drawers and a cabinet. All
brass handles, desk size
is 2 ft x 45 inches. $175
OBO. Call 386-496-8276,
leave message.
250CC 4-WHEELER. Ask-
ing $1,600. Call 904-
894-2552.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite &_water-dam-


BACK TO SCHOOL HUM-
MAGE SALE Lots of
everything Friday, Au-
gust 1. 9am-4pm and
Saturday, August 2, 9am-
noon Community Church
(behind.Ace Hardware),
Dollar bag day is Sat-
urday.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, 8am-? Kids clothes.
sports cards and collect-
ibles, VHS and DVD mov-
ies, lots of misc. Make
offer, all must go Deer
SSprings Rd off Gasline,
follow signs.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,
7AM-2PM. Household
items and more. 245 NE
9th Ave.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, August 1st
and 2nd, rain or shine.
From SR121, follow signs
across from Union County
Riding Club.
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.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-


Smith & Smith Realty

Sheila Daugherty,


(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2BR/1BA, Corner of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled........$67,000
* 3BR/1BA on Orange Street, Hardwood Fls.
Floors & Above-ground Pool....$106,000
* 1.25 AcL, t AQpa E. 12th Ave &
171st Stl |S 8B .................$18,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
............... .:............................... $32 ,000
* 1 Wooded-Acre, off NW 177th in
Pleasant Grove.......................... $20,000
* 10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes...........$99,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on 1 acre off
S.R. 16 East, Starke..............$99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd.
Starke.................................... $147,600
* New Home on Raiford Rd.

Starke....................................... $150,300


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Starke, FL
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3 BEDROOM 1 BATH HOME in Saratoga Heights. Office/Den
with nice size backyard.
PRICE REDUCED TO $119,000!

3 BR/2 BA Newly Renovated Waterfront lot Crosby Lake

2 BR Apt $450/mth in Lakewood Reduced
1 Acre w/septic & power Commercial Building in
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entertaining. Shows like "New Home"...Seller's are very motivated and will help
with buyer's closing cost. 1500+ sq ft and kids can walk to school.
Seller pays all closing costs!
Plus a $1,500 buyer incentive at closing.
Qualified for 100% financing.

PRICE REDUCED $12,000 NOW$147,000

Call Renee at 352-494-4782


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aged wood & sills Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs Pier Replacement
& alignment Free Esti-
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 SATELILITE9 NEED
REPAIR OR INSTALLA-
TION? Call Western Auto
ol Slarke today Dish or
DirecTV. 904-964-6841.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
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up anywhere $125 and
up Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822
KASEY KARE SHAWN
KASEY COLLINS elderly
care Appointments
meals hoiisecleaning and
virl Somie repairs day
trips, most every need
Call 352-538-5269'
CAREGIVER HONEST,
DEPENDABLE Will care
for you or your loved one
during the day, do light
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meals and run errands or
will just be your compan-
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area preferred, please call
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HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE
FAST AND RELIABLE
housekeeper for Melrose,
Hampton. Keystone or
Starke area Years of ser-
vice with local references.
Call for consultation. 352-
573-7415
PRIVATE CAREGIVER -
RUN ERRANDS, doctors
appointments, can do
live-ins. Excellent refer-
ences. Call Mrs Billie
at 352-328-1883. Lake
Area
FREE IN-HOME ESTI-
MATES Pools, spas and
billiards. Internet prices.
100% lowest prices guar-
anteed Call for appoint-
ment Ask for Leonard,
904-655-3338
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CHARTER BUS DAY TRIP
TO SAVANNAH, GA. Au-
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Deen's Restaurant. Call
Nathan at 904-259-4410.
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Opportunities
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
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BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs. full time for
all shifts Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
Rd Starke, FL 32091,
904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
808S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.

.NEEDED ASAP FRONT
DESK PERSON FOR
BUSY family practice of-
fice Must have excellent
computer skills, people
skills, be a team player
and must know how to'
verify insurances Pay
negotiable Possible lon-
ger hours due to patient
volume Fax resume
with 3 reletences to 904-
964-1884.
ARMED SECURITY OFFI-
CERS D-G Gainesville,
FL. Part-time, $10.50/hr:,
Sat. & Sun, 2pm til 10pm,
great benefits. Call 904-
399-1813. EOE, M/F/
D/N.
HAIR STYLIST AND NAIL
TECH needed for a busy
salon, in Starke. Call 904-
964-6848 or 904-364-
7470.

SALES CONSULTANT -
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening for
sales consultant. Position
offers competitive com-
pensation and benefits
package. Apply in per-
son at 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
will be contacted. EOE.
HOME SUPPORT STAFF
to work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group home in Starke.
Requires HSD or GED,
valid FL drivers license


with good record. $8.25/hr
plus benefits EOE M/F/D/
V. Please contact Shasta
Griffin at 904-964-8082
or fax resume to 904-
964-4622.
MECHANIC POSITION
AVAILABLE Experience
with small engines, trac-
tors. Must have some
computer knowledge
Apply in person at, 904-
964-4238.
IRS JOBS $18.46-$32 60/
HR-NOWHIRING Paid
training is provided. For
appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serv.
COLLECTOR CAREER
OPPORTUNITY We
are looking for energetic
people who enjoy the
challenge of working in
collections. If you are
a self-motivated person
with good communica-
tion and organizational
skills, please consider
joining our team. Ap-
plicants must possess a
high school diploma or
equivalent, six months
of practical payment col-
lection/clerical experi-
ence, and a valid driver's
license. The position
offers competitive salary
and benefit package. To
apply visit our web site
www.farmersfurniture.
com or send resume to or
apply at: Farmers Home
Furniture, 835 S Walnut
St, Starke, FL 32091.
DRIVERS: GREAT PAY,
BENEFITS, HOMETIME.
Regional routes, paid
vacation and bonuses.
CDL-A, 18mth OTR re-
quired. Willie, 904-354-
5586.


ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES is now ac-
cepting applications for
our Keystone Heights
location Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement Train to be
a Punch Operator. Brake
Operator, Grinder, Run a
Hardware Press. etc 40
hours a week with pos-
sible overtime. Starting
salary is $7.50/hr. DFWP,
good benefits, 352-473-.
4984.
2nd SHIFT, WILL TRAIN,
WITH-GREAT POTEN-
TIAL FOR ADVANCE-
MENT Hours are Monday
Friday, 3pm-11:30pm.
Starting salary will be
$8/hr. American Access
Technologies, a sheet
metal fabrication com-
pany located in Keystone
Heights. DFWP, good
benefits, 352-473-4984
SECRETARY NEEDED -
FILING, ANSWERING
PHONES, some comput-
er input. Monday through
Friday. E-mail resume to
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HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED AT
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WANTED PIANO PLAY-
ER FOR CHURCH. Call
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NATIONAL EMPLOYER
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to qualified individuals for
positions in mechanics,
welding, electrical, power
production and electron-
ics. Placement guaran-
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Must be H.S. grad, ages
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M-F, 8:30am-5pm
LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL:
RN FULL TIME & PRN
positions. OR experience


preferred but not required.
CNA Full time and PRN
positions. Pharmacists
PRN positions. Physical
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* 3/2 MH in Hampton on CR 325 $675/mo & security.

* 1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
furnished in Melrose area $720/mo & security.

* 3/1.5 Home w/office in Keystone $800/mo &
security.

* Commercial office building in Keystone on SR
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* 3/2 Home on Lak-a-wana $1,150/mo & security.

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

* 3/2 DWMH in Keystone $725/mo & security.

* 2/1 Home in Melrose $600/mo & security

* 2/1 Home in Postmaster's Village $675/mo &
security
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visit-our website: www.
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fax 386-496-1611 Equal
Employment Opportunity/
Drug Free Workplace
THE UNION COUNTY
ROAD DEPARTMENT
will have a full time posi-
tion available for a Me-
chanic/Welder starting
at $9.50 per hour. Quali-
fied applicant must have
knowledge of gasoline.
powered and diesel pow-
ered engines and a Class
B CDL driver's license.
Any person interested
in this position should
submit an application to
the Road Department, lo-
cated at 15285 Southwest
84th St., Lake Butler, FL
by 4pm, Friday. August 8,
2008. EOE.
DISPATCHER NEEDED:
6AM-4PM, M-F Good
benefits. Located at 4154
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10am-3pm.
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ER FOR LONG HAUL
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258-6515.
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available in local metal
fabrication shop. Com-
petitive compensation
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have valid DL and pass
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sional in both demean-
or and work. Chosen
applicants) will be sub-
ject to both a background
check and a drug test.
For more information,
please call P.J Brobston
at 352-475-4516.
MONTGOMERY PRES-
BYTERIAN CENTER is
seeking part-time food
service help. Qualified
applicants must possess
a strong work ethic, be
independent workers with
initiative who are profes-
sional in both demean-
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Summer
readers reap
their
rewards
The Bradford County
Public Library capped
its summer youth
program by allowing
children to use the
"library bucks"-which
they earned by
maintaining reading
logs-to purchase
books and other items.
Twins Easton Cooksey
(left) and Gentry
Cooksey wait in line to
purchase their armfuls
of goodies.


LeAnn Hilliard is pr
of her summer reai
accomplishments.
read 200 books anl
still reading.


KHHS athletic
items...
If you are a home-schooled
student and interested in
participating in athletics at
Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High
School, you must turn in a
home school packet before
Thursday, Aug. 7, and be
approved by the Florida High
School Athletic Association
before you can practice or
participate in conditioning
with a team.
Century Club/all-sports
passes will be sold again this
S year. Century Club passes are
$100 and will entitle you to a
reserved, chair-back seat,
preferred parking for football
events and admission to all
roud KHHS regular-season sports
ding events.
She A football-only ..pass will
id is also be offered for $50, which
will entitle you to chair-back
seating and admittance to all
13 regular-season home
games.


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The all-sports pass is $75
and entitles you to admittance
to all sporting events at KHHS.
For more information,
please call (352) 473-1535.

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 will begin
at 8 a.m., is $160 per team.
Informational flyers will be
made available at the Starke
Golf and Country Club or the
front office at Bradford High
School.
for more information,
please call John Ryan Tillman
at (904) 364-8512.

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Children's librarian Miss Ethel (left) helps Joseph Ross bag the items he
purchased.


BIRTH
Continued from page 2B
Ben was taken to the Shands
Starke emergency room to
make sure everything was all
right. From there, he went to
the labor and delivery.
department at Shands AGH in
Gainesville. People don't
usually carry babies into the


department.
"That was very surreal,"
Brian said.
Emily admitted she was in a
bit of shock after the birth,
trying to figure out what had
just happened. She said Brian,


however, was left energized by
the event. He was excited and
telling people how awesome
the experience was.
"It was really neat," Brian
admitted, "but I don't want to
do it again."


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The new center is located in the heart of Melrose.
It will be open Monday- Friday from 8 a.m. -5 p.m.
Dr. Daniel Cox will be providing specialized care
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Services Offered
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