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Publication Date: June 18, 2009
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V~e Sweetest Straw~erries 'i~is Sicle OrF '-eaven.


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iden's Health
Fair today
Just as Mother's Day provides
an opportunity to focus on
women's health, men's health is
highlighted along with fathers
during the month of June.
Today, Thursday, June 18,
the Bradford County Health
Department will hold its third
annual Men's Health Fair from
6:30-10 a.m.
Men who attend will receive
information and free health
screenings, including height
and weight, blood pressure,
S olsterlr blood glh ese an
of antigens ir\ the blood related
typical in the development of
prostate cancer.
Those who would like
blood glucose and cholesterol
screenings should refrain froni

etinhe b fore attending the heealtt

Department is located 1801 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke. For more
information, please ,call (904)
S964-7732.

Golf

tournament
for Reddish
SCholarShi p
Santa Fe College Aindren5
Center -and the. Santa Fe
Foundation are in the rti'ddle of a -
campaign to increase scholarship
.offerings to Bradlford 'County
students, and the Reddish family
is hosting a golf tournament.to
raise scholarship funds.
The inaugural .SFC Becky
Reddish Memorial Golf
Tournament Iwill take place
this .Saturda!. June 20, at ~the
Starke Golf and Countr\ Club.
SFunds raised will be used -to
fully endow the Becky Reddhih
Memorial Scholarrship. The goal
is $50,000. .
Entry: is $65~ per personn~ with
four people per -team. Format is
four-man scrambled. Cost includes
'cart use, lunch and -a _good! bag. ,
First flight is at 8 30 a.m. n irh
a possible second flight at 1:30
Pri zes i illbeaw\~arded f~r fi rst-
second. third and last place.
:Hole sponsorships are $150.
Ev~ent .sponsorships .are $500.
-Donations are also needed for
golfer goody bags.
All donatio-ns are -tax
deducrib~le. Mlake checks pal~able
eo iomhmM 2oStalteFBan kBecky

r contact Danal Blanke~nshi9 t
62239 r (904) 3164-6810.



graduation
:videos are

-ready .
Videos of'.the Class of 2009
graduation ceremony are ready
for pick-up. See Mrs. Qdom
during the schools summer hours
(Monday-Thursday) to pick up
your copy.
Videos are $15, and checks
should be made out to Bradford
High School.
Senior videos will be available
at a special showing in July.
Watch the Telegraph for further
details. Senior videos are $25
and those who preordered will
have their videos customized
with their name and include
Graduation footage.
Money from all video sales .
support BHS projects.
Can't remember if you pre-
ordered a video? Contact Mrs.
Reddish at (904) 964-8559.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Bradford~ High
School will beheaded ,!?
by a new principal
next school year.
The school board
is set to vote ~on a
list of administrative: iD1:
recommendations
for the district on .
Monday, but the high
school principal's Graham
slot will remain
vacant for inow.
Administrators work< on annual
cnrr ts id uperndn t B th
Principal. Lisa Gjraham's contract.
M~o ore did not want to comment on


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positions.
While Graham will not be returning
to the high school, the superintendent
has recommended ~that Ulysses Woods
and Sandi Tomlinson stay on as assistant
principals at BHS.
At the middle school, the
recommendation is that Ernest
Williams, who was recently appointed
principal, retain that position, with~ the
existing assistant principal, Debbie
Parmenter, at his side.
A unique and cost saving step has
been recommended at Hampton and
Brooker elementary schools. Hampton
Principal Rick Stephens would oversee
both schools, while Brooker's Lynn

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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A long-established local a
business is ivorking to bring an
even- older name retail name to
Bradford County..
Denmark Furnittire on
doitntowh Call Street in .Starke
ivill soon, sit ailongside a Sears
Home Store.
Steve' Denmark said a Sears
Home Center is distinguishable.
because. of its inventory, which
consists of a variety of appliances,
electronics, lawn and garden
.iterns, and tools.
Denmark said there would be
no overlap in inventory, so Sears
,and: the family furniture store
will not be in competition. They
will actually fit together' quite
nicely as each store does its part
to hqip outfit local homes.
"You'll be able to get pretty
much eter) thing for your house
and get it all delivered on the
same truck," said Denmark.
People have often requested
Denmark Furniture to cafry
appliances and related items. The
impediment, Denmark said; has
alwayS been not having a service
department to. help customers

"My; dad's phlo hy was if
lou can't serviacrekit,a .ru should t
Through the Sears Home
Store, however, Sears wilil be
offering .its own- warranty and
service contracts. The -store will
also,serve as a drop-`off site.
Appliances may also be brought
back to the store and shipped to
the appropriate service center.
Denmark; responded to ads
Sears ran~ last year looking
for someone to open a home
store locally. He was one of a
handful who turned up to the
informational meeting held last
August and has been pursuing
the venture ever since.
.Denmark, who now runs the
business his family established
more than 80 years ago, said this
is an exciting time. Plans are to
open the Sears Home Store in the
fall. Renovations are taking place
in the 5,500 square feet of space
next to Denmark Furniture, In
the mean time customers are
being asked to pardon the dust.
A soft opening is plamried for
Oct. 14, with a grand opening to
follow sometime after that.


Other admlinistrative changes recommended


her reasons for not renewing Graham's
contract, but Graham said she was told
it was due to differing philosophies,
SThe opportunity to apply for open
teacher positions was extended with
no guarantee she would be hired. An
emotional Graham said she is uncertain
what the' future holds but believes God
has a plan for her.
Grraham said the decision not to
renew 'he'r -ontract, which iS up in
less than two weeks, was unexpected,
particularly given that she had no
negative evaluations in her timew~orking ~
fortehdilstretto 20 years in Brad~ford
County, she said she has loved working
here and working with the kids, and she


will miss it.
Graham said she wished the best for
the individual chosen to take over at the
high school and said she would be of
assistance in any way she could. She
extended her thanks to those who have
worked with her over the years-
"I'm just going to look to the~ future
and hope there will be something else i
can do to help people," Graham said-
The principal position at BHS is gong
to be advertised as vacant inside and
outside of the school district, according
to the superintendent's off ice.
Other changes?
'Moore has compiled a list of
recommended- actions, which involves-
moving soine administrators into new


The Bradford 8U All Stars won the District 5 double elimination-championship game (with final scores of 14-3 and
18-2). The undefeated team is now working hard to earn money to attend the state championship July 1--5 in Ponte
Vedra. Supporters can contact the Starke Recreation Department at (904) 964-6792 or coach Angela Shealey at (352)
258-4634. Pictured above are (front-back, I-r) Julie Brown, Gracieann Blankinship, Hannah Robbins, Savana Shealey,
Laura Young, Shianne Cassels, Molly Crawford, Jenna Ritch, Dezirae Tabet, Summer Fulgham, Antwane Mitchel and
SKristin Canida, along with coaches Kevin Blankinship, Angel Shealey and Eric Canida.


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Bradford High principal's contract not renewed


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fact, she looks
Ikte she could be ,1k
the spokesperson ..
for a .brand new
snack sensation'
but 'she's actually
participating in
Bradford County
Public Library's
-third annual
Food Fear Factor.
Kadle smiled
throglgh much
.of the challenge,
and that positive
attitude is .
probably what
made her winner
of the absolutely
disgusting ,
:contest. For ritore
on tim event and
what the library .
has planned next, .i .4 ,-Mt C
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Page 2A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MQNITOR--A-SECTION June 18, 2009




Vandalism stunt draws school board's anger


80ard members sa y punishment

Should ha ve fit the crime


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Meal wvill bje followed by a brief
meeting at the fairgrounds in
building. #1.

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inv led, sshe said. wr uld

out of the graduation line up
and made to go to work' cleaning
campus that morning. Because
the district did not, and still
does not have a more complete
picture of which students did
what, the superintendent said
it was impossible to know
who committed $500 worth of
damage or more.
That is the minimum threshold
the code of conduct requires to
bar a student from walking at
graduation.
"As superintendent, I had to
make decision tedo something
to these students, not knowing
who had committed the major
portion of damage," Moore said.
She said she felt the community .
service punishment was better
than doing nothing. Even
though the students participated
at graduation, Moote said the
investigation is not over and there
may be additional consequences
to ~come.
Starke Police Department
Investigator Rornan ~ Alvarez
expla ned to the board that even
though no charges.had been filed
yet, the irwestigatiton is ongoing,
although it' witS interrupted by.
other investigaicils~ last week,
include ng a rpurder i investigation.
A~s of Mon'dayi,'there were still
students tbe department needed
to talk ~to, Alhdliref said, including
those believed':te responsible
for the graffiti. 'r
Alvarez said if the department
could not determine precisely
who did what, there wasa


possilbililtyc ld o te as uents
sworn complaint, and then the
case would be in the hands of the
state's attorney.
He confirmed for the
superintendent that there was no
way the department could have
wrapped the investigation up
before graduation.
Speaking on behalf of -the
police chief and the department
as a whole, Alvarez said they
believe this vandalism went too
far and they wish to work with
the board, superintendent and
administrators to keep this from
occurring again,
Superintendent Moore said
Police Chief Jeff Johnson had
promised more patrols around
campus during then end of the
school year.

FOOd service

grant received
School Food Service
.Coordinator Dotty Rondelli said
-the district has received more
than $82,000 for equipment
purchases. The award will
provide a POS (point of' sale)
system for the district and a
\valk-in cooler for Hampton
Elementary's cafeteria kitchen,
The middle school and each of
the elementary schools will also
be getting new ice machines.
'We asked for equipment we
uedd et ough Irniglt tget
ecstatic Rondelli.


t1hisubd teachers telling me they
smelled awful because they were
picki ng up everybody' in Starke's
garbage that was all over the
school grounds," she said.
She also wanted to know why
campus gates that the district
spent a lot of money on were left
open at night.
The policy approved by the
school board last year states,
"Any junior or senior who
willfully damages school
property resulting in $500 or
more in damages may have
their privilege to participate in
graduation ceremonies revoked
by the high school principal." -
As, Chappell pointed out, the
code of conduct says nothing
about community service and
she wanted to make it clear that
the school board had no part in
the punishment decision that was
made since the board members
have been accused of softening
the punishment doled out for
political reasons.
SSchool Board Randy Jones
agreed with Chappell that the
policy needed to be revisited.
"We don't have enough teeth in
this policy. We give the decision
to the high school principal, and
it's tough to put someone in that
position," Jones said.
SIf.the policy spelled out what
would happen, that would take
politics outf of the decision, said
Jones. If .there's a .crime, the
pu~nishment needs to be the same
no matter who commits it, he
said.
School Board Member Jesse


BY MAeRe r C'RAWFORD


Editor's note: A production
error caused the majority of the
following story tobe omittedfrom
the last edition. We apologize for
the error anld have reprinted the
article here in its entirety,
The Bradford County School
Board isn't happy with the pre.
graduation vandal ism prank
pulled by more than a dozen
students and intends to send
a. message that future such
incidents will result in stiffer
.consequences.
That's because the board
wasn't happy the way the May 26
incident was handled either.
School Board Member Vivian
Chappell said she was humiliated
that the district had once again
drawn widespread and negative
media coverage.
Ch~appell said she had a
problem with the fact that seniors
involved were allowed to walk at
graduation. In her mind, the kids
involved got off scot-free.
"Ten hours of community
service is nothing for what was
done," Chappell said.
A few days prior to graduation,
dirty mattresses, tires and a
motorboat were dragged onto
the BHS campus by a group of
students. Graffiti was painted on
the sidewalk and motor oil was
poured on windows and doors
at the school. Vending machines
were varxialized and ~enhes apd

Chappell said she wanted to
know how much was spent by
the district, city, etc., cleaning


Moore said the punishment
received for the vandalism
bothered him as well. Th&
punishment needs to be severe
enough to discourage future
incidents, ite said.
School Board Member David
Smith said the district failed 17
or 18 students by not instilling
in them what good citizenship is
about. .
"We didn't teach them
anything--just slapped their hand
the other day," he said. "Had we
been stern with them, perhaps
we could have prevented more
serious stuff down the road."
The vandalism was planned he
said, and even if someone stood
by and watched it happen, the
same penalty should be handed
out.
Smith called for zero tolerance
and said the prohibition on
participating in graduation
should apply to ~ariy vandalism
caused by a student in their last
two years of schooling.
"We can't prevent them from
graduating, but we can prevent
them from walking, and that is
pressure that parents and family
can bring upon these young men
and women from the home side
to encourage them not to place
themselves in that position," he
said.
Chalipell said the board needs
to take care of the vandalism


~policy over the summer.
"I don't think we should start a
new year without a policy letting
them know from day one what's
going to happen," she said.
One citizen, Esther Kelly,
spoke about the incident, saying
her son had been punished with
in-school suspension at the
middle school for a tussle over
a backpack during which he was
hit. Given the damage to the
high, school and the community
service given to the perpetrators,
she asked how the disparity in
punishments was fair?
"If you're going to show grace
and mercy to some and grant
community .hours to a group,
please show grace and mercy to
all students," she said. .
Superintendent Beth Mtoore
addressed the time line of
events, saying she was the ojne
who made the call about the
community service punishment
and explnimng her reasons. .
The vandalism .took place
the Tuesday before graduation
following the senior awards
banquet. Superintendent Moore
said she believes there was more
than one group of students who
went to the school and took part
in the vandalism. The district
waited on police department
investigators to know who to talk
to, and by Thursday morning
they had a good idea on who was


assistance, such as the summer
employees the city t'eceives
through FloridaWorks.
SAll of this- will be necessary
for the county to make a decision,
as well as answer those tyho do
not want the county to assist in
subsidizing recreation, he said.
Waters agreed to ut t~tose ,
details toge~ther f~ji`? the co nty t


commission to consider.


Dems adopt

Foad wcay
SThe Bradford Democratic
Executive Committee entered

,.-; }gi~e~ REC page.3A


responsibility for certain services
and the county others. The city
oversees recreation, while the
county shoulders library fundi ng,
for example. \
Since the recreation sitsdown
a couple of years ago, the city
has calculated that more than 70
percent ofthe youth participating
in recretation programs iive
outside thrhli~ thrir1H, even
though city taxpayers pay more
than $600,000. annually to
support the program.
Participating families do iay
fees for most of the- programs
they participate in. The recreation
board handles that money
separately from the allocation it
drives from the~city.aPriogram

personnel salary costs. The city's
contribution is primarily tied up
in paying salaries and benefits.
Recreation Director Alica
McMillia'i and her staff find
ways to save-the city money,
too--from finding ~grants to
pay for park improvements and
popgl y sthatapay for'summber


is feeding kids enrolled in the
summer session--but the city's
obligation is still costly.
"If something is not done, I
don't see where we, as the city,
can continue with the type of
recreation that we've got for the
city and the county," Waters
said.
He asked the county to find
money somewhere to help the
city cover these costs.
"tIdon't want to doaway with
recreation. That keeps the icids
off the streets, but what I've been
telling the board is there's got


to be a stopping point," Waters
said. ..
Waters was asked to compile
some information, including
what age groups are being served
and what programs they are
participating in--after school,
summer, athletics, etc.
Commissioner Ross Chandler
said it would lie. important for
himnto ~se'ho~Jintib'f~l?"ij~its
are paying for thtir~ children
to participate and where the
money goes. The county will
need to know what costs are
incurred and which are offset by


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

After encouraging others to do
the same, Starke Mayor WSilbur
Waters approached the county
~commission earlier.this month
for money to support the city's
,r:creationnprogram.
~Waters -said the city and
'cotmty~o~mmissions ardw ~orkihg
together better than they ever have,
and facing revrenle reductions, he
wants- that cooperation to extend'
to funding assistance;
'"The money is getting tight.
It's tight for the county, it's -tight
for the city, and it's not looking
no better 'for either one of us,"

W as eountycommissioners
to consider meeting with the city
commission again as budget
planning begins for next year to
discuss the future of recreation.
The~ city and county. sat
dowri in the past to discuss
'recreation funding, but with no
resulting change in the existing
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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph .ditor

Starke Board'of -Adjustment
members were none too happy
that the city commission
sidestepped procedure and
allowed nonconforming business
signs to be erected without a
variance.
It is the board of adjustment
that is supposed to decide such
variances, but since~ O'Reilly
Auto Parts was set to open prior
the variance meeting, the city
commission told Operations
Manager Ricky Thompson
earlier this month to permit the
sign if the city attorney gave his
blessing.
Thompson had requested the
sign be allowed since the city
plans on liberalizing signage
regulations anyway. The
application requested a variance
from the 32-square-foot limits
on the ground and wall signs ~so
O'ReilIly could have a ll2-square-
foot .ground sign and a 71-square-
foot wall sign,
The O'Reilly signs, which
Thompson said are typical of
the franchise's signage at.other
locations, have been erected
and the store has opened.,When
-the board of adjustment met
Monday night, however, its
members criticized the city's
failure to follow procedure and
voted unanimously to deny .the
variance.
~From the city commissioners
perspective, they were acting


Griffis' property on U1.S. 301
South, making wayj for Gsliffis
to build a proposed Ir 11ash
supported by city watrc and
sewer connections.
Those lines already run past
a number of unincorporated
properties on the w\ay to the Wal-
Mart Supercenter. Annexation
was required to tie into those
lines, however. .
Issues with anlnexing the
property were resolved when
it was discovered the city had
annexed a portion 301. south of
the city without realizing it. That
unintended annexation made the
G riffis property contig uous to the
city and eligible for annexation
as well.

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Instead,, he recommended a
longer period.
Beyond that, Waters wanted to
know what would happen if the
city successfully gets a judgment
to collect an outstanding fine,
but the property has not been
cleaned up. Sexton said the city
also has the option of cleaning
up the property and charging the
cost back to the property owner.
Johins suggested the
commission consider the issue
and provide direction to those
handling code enforcement at a
future meeting.







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VFW, Auxiliary
meet tonight
SVFW Post 1016 and the VFW
'Ladies Auxiliary will meet
tonight, Thursday, June 18, at 7
p.m. at the post home at 250 N.
Bay St. in Starke. .. -
The Ladies Auxiliary will
have a short meeting and
volunteer recognition, followed
by the presentation of Blue Star
Banners.

Author
returns
fof Writing
.WOrkshop
Art Adkins, award winning
and best selling author of
"The Oasis Project," returns to
Bradford County Public Library
tonight, Thursday, June 18, for a
writing workshop.
Adkins will workshop
the creative writing process,
including character and storyline
development techniques, as
well as aspects of publishing
and marketing your .book.
This includes information on'
obtaining an agent, getting
published, giving interviews and
much more.
Meet the author and get your
writing questions answered. The
workshop begins at 5:30 p.m. at
the library, which is located at
456 Pratt St. in Starke.


Help 'organize
Star ke
garden club
v Mnadned wmn r::: al gswo
attend an organizational meeting
to start a new garden club in
Stai-ke tonight, Thursday, June
18, at' 7 p.m. The meeting will
:be held at the Bradford County
ExtensionrOffice located at.2266
N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301) in
Stark~e. Refreshments will be
served. .
Some of the benefits garden
`club members enjoy :include
horticulture workshops on
vegetables, flowers, landscape
plants and other related topics.
field trips to botanical gardepls
and nurseries and the sharing

Gren cub pm tse cvdics dde
and social activities through
gardening.
Jackie Host, president of the
i Keystone Heights Garden Club
of 'the Lakes, believes, "There
is something really special
about being one of the founding
Members of a garden club.
For more information about
garden clubs, call Jackie at (352)
,473-8095. To register for the
event? call the Bradford County

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a litter removal agreement ivith
the, board under the county's
.road adoption program. The'
comeo tte eras o/ enteoremdn t>
C.R. 227 between C.R. 18 to U.S.
301.

Tire equipment

.purchased
The county commission
approved purchase of a 2,500
gallon tanker truck for the
Sampson City Fire Department
for nearly $240,000. All but
around $12,000 of the pairchase
is being funded by a grant.
A grant request w~s submitted
for each station, but the only
application approved was the one
submitted for Sampson City.
bThe truck should be delivered
The board approved purchase
of a used brush truck from
Hillsborough County as well
for $22,050. The truck will


replace the brush truck at
Heilbron Springs Volunteer Fire
.Department.
Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns told
the commission .that the fire
council's priorities had not
changed, and number one on the
list is still a proper station for
Sapo riy n te sm a a@ ne
for the trucks, which is why these
purchases were requested. .


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to assist a business, but board
of adjustment member Lee
Hardenbrook said he was
d isappoi nted. He said it's difficult t
enough to fj nd citizens willing to
serve on these volunteer boards
to begin with. He considered the
city's decision to sidestep the
process a slap in the face. *
"I'm wondering wvhy we're
here," he said since the signs
requested were already standing.
Hardenbrook said there
was no legal basis for the city
com mission's actions. Thei r own
code places variance decisions
in the~ hands of the board of
adjustment, he said;
Hardenbrook said~ the city
Commission treating the board of
adjustment like this "just looks
stupid."
SBoard member Tommy Tyer
was upset by pressure from
the city commission to rule a
certain way on the application,
and he didn't stop by saying
so at the board of adjustment
meeting. Tyer addressed the city
commission the following night,
saying the commission had
no right to advise the board of -
adjustment how to act.
Tyer said the board of
adjustment members had felt for
some time that the sign ordinance
was .not something that many
could live with, but -they still
abided by -the law. Tyer said
someone owes and apology to
those who have requested relief
from the existing ordinance but
have been deriied.


The board of adjustment
had turned down businesses
requesting variances, he said,
only to see illegal signs being
erected by others without action
by the city. For example, someone
granted several businesses the
right to erect electronic signs, and
it wasn't the board of adjustment,
he said, because those are
currently forbidden by the sign
ordinance.
Tyer also said the board of
adj ustment members deserved an
apology.
Mayor Wilbur Waters
apologized to the members of
the board of adjustment, just as
Thompson had done the night
before. Asked later what would
happen to the signs at O'Reilly
now that the requested variance
had been denied, Waters said he
couldn't answer that.
The commission does
apparently plan to move forward
with changes~to the sign ordi nance
that would bring those and other
currently nonconforming signs
into compliance.
When sign ordinance
amendments are complete,
Thompson said they would allow
signs such as those erected at
O'Reilly Auto Parts and possibly
larger.

An nexation

8 pp Y ve d
The city commission has
accepted annexation of Daniel


hear :ana,;nce requests whyi~ the
applicant ; aIppeahlng a.denial
by the Biradford County Board of
Adjustment.
The county commission is set
to hear such an appeal tonight,
Thursday, June 18, at its 6:30
p.m. meeting.
The commission will be asked
to overtui-n a denial for a golid
waste facility on C.R. 125 north
of gLawtey.
The application was filed by
Floyd F. Markling and Clinton
F. Mims Jr., acting as agents
for Rayonier Timberland, the
property owner. It requests that
a variance be granted to allow
placement of a solid waste
'facility--reported to be a landfill
for construction and demolition
debris-on approximately 105
acres.
According to Zoning Director
Nora Thomps'on, the county's
board of adjustment turned the
application down.


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& Advance Auto Parts,


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Now that it has a streamlined
code enforcement process m
place,the Starke City Com m mission
has been asked what to do when
a fined property owners hasn't
cleaned up their property and
hasn't paid their fines. -
City Clerk ~inda Johns Said
when the city files a lien against
a property- for unpaid fines, that
lien remains on the property for
20 years (unless the property is
sold and thellen is settled then).
'Xfteri0 ~ea-ir then di sappears
Jhnsn aned t' w why the
city has to wait 20 years or more
before action is taken against
someorie with aB lien.. She asked,
why can't the board set a deadline
for settlitig a lien-one' year, five
years, etc.--before the matter is
turned over to the city attorney to
pursue collection? ~
.Will Sexton of the city
attorney's office has discussed
options with Johns and Judge
George Pierce, the city's


magistrate, but ultimately the
city commission must provide
direction. ~
Sexton briefed the commission
on its options, which include
filing to `turn the lien into a
judgment against-, the property
owner.
'The filing fee would cost the
city $300 eitch time, but the city
could recover funds that exceed
that cost. The fine typically filed
by the judge for noncompliance
with city codes in $25 a day for
180 days, Sexton said, which
amounts to $4,500.
rhougllh judgments aren't

Sallow the city to recoup money
'by going after personal property,
garnishing a person's wages,
etc.-just not foreclosing, on a
person's homestead. The city
could even ask for interest and
attorney's fees if the case has
taken a long time' to settle.
Mayor Wilbur Waters said
he' didn't want to city pursue
action on day 181, right after the
fine has finished accumulating.


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New Tax Collector's


Office Fees
Fees charged for services at Florida tax collectors'
offices will go up as of Sept. 1. The fees shown on
this chart are the most common ones, but there are
alSO other fee increases.

Service Current Fee as of
Fee Sept. 1
O original Class E Fe er
Driver License ................... ....$-27...........$48
Renewal Class E
D rive rLi ce nse ................... ..... $ .......**** $
Original/Renewal
CD L. ......... .... ... $6~7 ....,$ 7 5
1 Replacement
j License..................................$ 0...........$25
Delinquent Fee.......................$ .............$
Id entif ication Ca rd.................$ 1 0...........$2 5
service Fee..........................$5.2 5.......62

Initial Vehicle
Registration.........................$1 00........$225
j~j~4 License Plate ........ ........ ........$ 1 0...........$2 8
.i"j Tag Renewal (now)*....$1 4.50-$32.50
~1Tag Renewal (Se~pt. 1)*...................$1 9.508-$44
(different fees based.on weight)
HeaVy Trucks (now) ....$4 5-$ 979
HeaVy Trucks (Sept. 1)........... $60.75-$1 ,322
(different fees based on weight)

~4MOtor Vehicle Title **......:.....$24...........$70
FOr-Hire Vehicle Title..............$3............$49
De lin que nt Title, Fe e....;..........$1 0...........$ 20

Crash Re po rt.......~...................$Q2............$ 10
DriVer History Record..'........$2 10..........$8

Motor vehicle registrations typically include various charges.
Based on the new fee schedule, if your previous registration
fee was $45, it will now cost approximately $70.
** Motor vehicle title fees typically include various additional
fees su-ch as $5.25 for an original title on a new car.


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NOTICE OF ELECTION
TOWN O9F WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
NOTICE is hereby given as provided by the Charter of the Town of
Worthington Springs, Florida, that a rilunicipal election will be held in
the said Town of Worthington .Springs on the third (3rd) Tuesday in
July, 2009, the same being July 21, 2009, for the purpose of electing
the following officers of the said Town of Worthington. Springs to
serve for the term as hereinafter stated, to-wif:
Candidate for Town Council shall qualify for seats numbered one
through five-
Seat One for a term of four (4) years
Seat Three for a term of four (4) years
Seat Five for a term of four (4) years
Elector must qualify to become a candidate by July 6, 2009. An
Affidavit can be signed at the Towvn Hall on Wednesdays, from 8:30
am to 3:30 pm or you may contact the C'lerk, Pat Harre'll, at 386-496-
1373 or 352-316-6776.
Election will be held at the City Hall` located at 11933 SW 36th Dr.

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All tax collector fees across
the state will have a substantial /
increase effective Sept. 1.
To save money, those who
have a Florida driver's license
th'at will expire within 18
months can renew it by Aug.
31and pay the current fees.
expire oam lt astagosve er c
be renewed by Aug. 31 to avoid
paying the higher fees. In fact,
those with current tags expiring
by November can also take
advantage of the lower rates
by renewing their tags for two
years by Aug. 31. Those with
tags that have already been
renewed for the year are not
eligible.

SJRW MD to
COImply With
SB2080--if it
PaSSeS
SPreparing to comply with recent
Senate Bill 2080, which may
become law, the St. Johns River
Water Management District's
Governing Board voted last week
to delegate its authority to take final
action on permit applications to the
district executive director, or his
designee, pending the legislation's
ratification.
SB 2080 was passed by the
legislature in its most, recent
sessi n, but hasn't yet been sine
municipalities, including Keystone
Heights and the Melrose Busmness
and Community Associatiop, and
enirinmental organizations ar
bill.
The Florida I legislature's 2009
session approved an amendment to
Chapter 373 of the Florida Statutes
that includes changes to the
process for final actions on permit
applications submitted to Florida's
water management districts.
The amendment states, in
part:- "The board shall delegate
to the executive director all of its
authority to take final action on
permit applications under part II or
part IV or petitions for variances or
waivers, and the executive director
may execute such delegated
authority. through designatedd
staff....However the board shall
provide a process f?"Pid~e'ifefrfdy~~
any denial of such application
or petition to the board to take
final ato Such prcs hall
expressly prohibit any member
of a. board from intervening in
any manner during the review
of an application prior to such
application being referred to the
board for mial action. hiwmn
Susan Hughes said the district
would carry out state policy as set
by the Legislature, although, "We
have heard concerns from some
members of the public about the
h potential for less opportunity for
public input, and we are developing
an implementation strategy that
provides: meaningful avenues for
the public to continue ~to have a
voice in the permittidg process."'
Currently, about 87 percent of
all permits are approved at the staff
level at the St. Johns district. The
remaining estimated 13 percent are
considered by the board.
Unless the governor vetoes
the bill, it will become law
and be effective on July 1. If it
becomes law, permits that~ are
recommended for approval at the
July 14 Governing Board meeting
will instead be considered by the
executive director or his designee.
Permits that are recommended
for denial will continue to be
considered by the board.
If the governor vetoes the .
legislation, the board's action to
delegate its permitting authority
will be void.
For further infoimation, visit the
district's Web site at www.sjrwmd.
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SIN THE CIRCUIT CQURT OFTHE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,1N
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
'~.-CASE NO: 04-2009-DR-0259
JOSEF I M. STARLING, JR.
SPetalioner '
and
IGINA STARLlI_
:Respondent
RE-NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DMSASRORLUATEON OF
TO GIN~A STARLIf Jo
PO BOY 82


has been filed against you and that
t you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
JOSEPH M. STARLING, JR., whose
address is 5001 SE 73rd St Hampton,
SFL 32044, on or before July 2, 2009,
and file the original with the clerk of
this Court at Bradford County Clerk's
Office, 945 N. Temple Ave./P.O.
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091, before
~--service on Petitioner or immediately
t: hereafter If youL fail to do so, a default
Smay be entered against you for the
reliet de~manded- 100the petition.'
SCopies of all court documents in this
Case including orders, are available-
~~:at the Clere alt Circuit Court's office.
You may! renlew these documents
upo~n request5
You must1 reep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court s othee: notified of your current
address (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court approved Family Law Form
1 2 915) Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, -Florida
Family Rules of Procedure, requires
certain automatic disclosure' of
documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
including dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
DATED May 22, 2009.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Ls urnneonk
5/28 4tchg 6/18-BCT

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ijKamryn Underhill celebrated his 16th .Birthday at hisj
jPachee & Nana Durrance's house on Hampton Lake t

jjSaturday, June 13th, 2009. About 30 guests attended. h


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St. Anne's Episcopal Church


Sunday, June ll nd lunch w\ill
follow\ in the: paTISh hall.

New River New Congregation
Methodist Church ori C.R. 125
will hold homecoming Sunday,
June 21, with lunch immediately
following the worship service.
Call (386) 431-1536 for more
information.

Ebenezer Missionary Baptist
Church will celebrate the
anniversary of the Deacons',
Deaconesses' and Trustees'
Ministry Friday, June 19, at 7
p.m. and Sunday, June 21, at
3 p~m. The church will host
thie Bradford Gospel Music
Ensemble for a Summer Gospel
Fest Saturday, June 27, at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited to attend.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church,
212 N. Church St. in Starke, will
host its 121h annual Trash and
Treasure Sale June 19-20. Hours
are 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on Frida
and 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday.
Proceeds benefit the Noegel
Fund, established in 1986 to help
youth afford summer camp and
Other events. -


Communir! Full Gospel
Ministries w\Ill he horsting
an O~scur Mat~er W'iener To~p
Dogr Ho7use Part_ on SatulJai\.
June CI0 at the Lakre Rutler
Park b\ Ihe' Laker Eterione Is
invited to attend free of charge.
For more information, please
contact Pastor Charles Anderson
at (904) 259-2052 or Marti
McCord at (904) 966-1441.

Lake Swan Camp is hosting an
all-church luncheon on Father's
Day, Sunday, June 21, from
noon until 2 p.m. Fathers who
come with their families will
pay only $5. All other adults
are $8; children 4 to 11 are $5;
and children 0 to 3 are free. No
family will pay more than $35.
Price includes buffet lunch,
drinks and dessert. For further
information, call (352) 475-2828.

SBible Baptist Church, 150 S.
Cherry St.'n Starke, will hold
"Sword and Shield"' vacation
Bible school for ages 3- .
1-Monday-Thursday, June 22-
25, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please
call (904) 964-4775 for more
information.

Keystone Heights Church
of Christ presents its ,
vacation Bible school "Rome
the Underground Church"


beginning Monday, June 22,
from 9-11:30 a.m. Children may~
be'registered at wwwv.tinyurl.
com/KeystoneV BS. For further
information, call Marie at (904)
964-3661 or (352) 4737-0620.

Keystone Heights Christian
Church will host vacation
Bible school from June 22-26.
Children may, be registered
online at www.group.com/
webtoybox/myvbs. The church
is located at 3528 S.R. 21 Soulth,
Call (352) 473-,0620 for further
information.

Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church's vacation Bible school
will be held Monday-Friday,
June 22-26, from 9 a.m.-12:30
p.m. for children age 3 to those
who have completed fifth grade.
For more information, please
call (904) 5.33-2018.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraphz.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


:~ Th4 People's Voice recently accepted a generous check from Modern Woodmen. Pictured are
(seated, 1-r) People's Voice members Latoria Halle, Ruth Crum, Gloria Jackson, Treasurer Janice
~'Mortimer, (standing) Vice Chairman Darryl Halle, Program Coordinator D.A. Greenwood, Modern
Woodmen's Sabrina Roberts, Chairman Emanuel J. Kiser, President Oliver Crum and Secretary
Esther Kelly. Not pictured: Vlice President Dwayne Tyson.

i~Groups partner to raise money for elderly and di tabled


Members of the Starke
-Modlern Woodmen of America
recently1 helped raise money for
'The P~eople's Voice through a
~-spaghetti dinner and drawing.
Th6 event held at the end
F~of April raised $1,600, which.
~ihcudes an $800 matching
dol~natiorn from Moder~rn Woodn~men.
T he mo:ney! w\illi be used to repair
Ithe homes of elderly and disabled
tindil iduabil in Bradford Coulnty.
The People's Voice's
~~ volunteers came from a variety
of churches to form the nonprofit
Organization. Emanulel 3. Kiser


founded The People's Voice in
2008. The purpose of the group
is to build better relationships
within the. commilnity~ and
churches of Bradford County and
to help people who~cannot help
themselves.
That includes holding religious
programs within the community
to help bring the community
together and performing
volunteer work for the elderly
and disabled.
Modern Woodmen's matching
fund program offers members
nationwide the chance to show


their community~ support by
partnering with organizations
and holding fundr~aisers. Modern
Woodmen matches money raised
up to $2,500. These fundraising
projects contribute more than
$6 million to community needs
nationwide each year.
A dheck was recently presented
to The People's Voice for funds
raised gt the spaghetti dinner, and
The People's Voice also presented
a plaque to Modernl Woodmen's
Sabrina Roberts for all of her
hard work and dedication.


July 3, 2009, at 10:00 ~a.m. at 2117
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, FL, on
the following storage unit containing
personal items:
Unit No. 135 G'. Jackson
6/18 2tchg 6/25-BCT
INVITATION TO BID
BID #9-0630-1
STARKE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL GENERATOR
INSTALLATION PHASE II ~
The Bradford County Schiool Board,
501 W. Washington Street, Starke,
FL 32091, is extending invitation to
all qualified Gen'eral, Building and/or
Commercial Electrical Contractors to
submit a bid to perform all remaining
work associated with the installation
of a 500kw standby generator located


at Starke Elementary School in
Starke, FL, as per the "special needs
shelter stand by power generator
drawings', provided by John Searcy
and Assoc~iates, Inc.
Plans and specifications must be
picked up by all potential bidders
between June 11-19, 2009, at
the Maintenance/Transportation
Department located at 519 N. Orange
Street W., Starke, FL from 8:00 a.m.
until 3:00 p.m., M-F
A mandatory pre-bid meeting with
Mr. Richard Sapp, Director of
Maintenance/Transportation will be
held at 10:00 a.m. on June 23, 2009
at the Maintenance/Transportation
Department located at 51.9 N. Orange
Street W.', Starke, FL 32091. (904)
966-6752.


All bids will be due no later than 10:30
a.m. June 30, 2009 in the Finance
Department located at the Bradford
County School District Office, 501 W.
Washington Street, Starke, FL 32091
and will be opened and read at that
time.
All envelopes must be marked with
the bid number and description.
The contract shall be awarded in
accordance with the requirements of
Florida Statute and the policies of the
Bradford County School Board. The
Board reserves the right to withdraw
this request for sealed bids and may
accept any or decline all bids. AII ,
decisions are final.
S6/11 2tchg 6/18-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
h 8'" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
.BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
a, CIVIL DIVISION
h CASE NO. 04-2008-CA-000452
y COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS,
e INC.,
s Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID WILBURN A/K/A DAVID
c. B. WILBURN; VANESSA B.
WILBURN; JOHN DOE; JANE DOE
T AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY,
'f Defendants.
n NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
i. SALE
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
e pusuan toa Final Judgment of
Frelosredated the 11m day of
May, 2009, and entered in Case No.
T 04-2008-CA-000452, of the Circuit
Court of the 8'" Judicial Circuit, in and
for Bradford County, Florida, wherein
COUNTRYWIDE HOM LOANS, 1NC.
c is the Plaintiff and DAVID WILBURN
sA/K/A DAVID B. WILBURN; VANESSA
d B.,WILBURN; JOHN DOE; JANE
,, DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN
e POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
r PROPERTY are defendants, I will
sell to the hi hest and best bidder for
T cash at the EAST FRONT DOOR at
the Bradford County Courthouse in
Starke, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the
,16'" day of July, 2009, thle following
described property as set forth in said
g Final Ju'dgment, to wit:
e EXHIBIT "A"
e Commence at the Southeast corner of
4 Section 23, Township 6 South, Range
a 22 East, thence run North 00 degrees
ll1 16 minutes 03 seconds West 621.47
feet to the Northerly right of way of
T SR-16; thence run South 83degrees
17 minutes 25 seconds West 618.06
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
run South 83 degrees 17 rhinutes
25 seconds West, 300 feet; thence
'f run North 02 degrees 54 minutes 31
g seconds West, 322,90 feet; thence
o run North 03 degrees 42 minutes 49
s seconds East, 416.40 feet;. thence
ll run North 83 degrees 17 minutes 25
4 seconds.East, 300 feet more or less
a to an iron rod on the East~ boundary
llof the lands described in -Official
Records Book 345, page 270 of the
T Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; thence run South 03 degrees
42 minutes 49 seconds West 416.40
n feet; thence run South 02degrees 54
0, minutes 31 seconds East, 322.90 to
n the Point of Begihnrin .
e ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
TPersons with Disabilities requesting
Reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact therADA Coordinator at (352)
374-3639 Voice/TDD or Via Florida
Relay Service at 800-955-8.771 at
945 N. Temple Avenue, Room 137,
Starke, FL 32091.
Dated this 11" day of May, 2009.
Ir Ray Norman
e Clerk of the Circuit Court
f ~By: Lisa Brannon
!r Deputy Clerk
'f..aw Office of Marshall C. Watson
yor nLauder Ile F rPa303309
llTelephone: (954) 453-0365
r' Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free 1-800-441-2438 '
n ~6/18 2tchg 6/25-BCT



IN TE CIRCUIT COURT OF
HTHE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
R IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
A FLORIDA
6 CIVIL ACTION
N CASE NO. 63-2009-CA-000060
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CRPORATION,
vs.
WILLIAM PAINTER, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: WILLIAM PAINTER -
SAWSTKNOWN ADDRESS: 14779
Lake Butler, FL 32054-9318
CURRENT ADDRESS: Unknown
TO: PATRICIA PAINTER
y, SAWSTKNOWN ADDRESS: 14779
s LAKEBUTLER, FL32054-9318 r
d CURRENT ADDRESS: Unknown
y ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
a CLAIMING BYTHROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
F DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
I, KNOWN TO BE DEAp OR ALIVE,
D WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
L PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
Y 'INTEREST AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
SDEVISEES, GRANTEES OR
R OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Unknown
E CURRENTADDRESS: Unknown
I, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that al action to
E foreclose a mortgage on the'following
E property in UNION County, Florida:
M LOT 8, QUAIL.RIDGE, ACCORDING
N' TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
0' RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
F PAGE 4OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS
); OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
T. TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
5 HOME LOCATED THEREON AS
G A PERMANENT FIXTURE AIND
Y AN APPURTENANCE THERETO
i, VIN #'S HMST15181BGA AND
E HMST15181AGA
F has been filed against you and you
2 are required to serve a copy of your
E written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
2 Default Law Group, P.L., Plaintiff's
L attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
e Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the


original with this Court either before
al service on Plaintiff's attorney or
,. immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
r, the relief demanded in the Complaint
d or petition.
5 This notice shall be published once
a, each week for two consecutive weeks
y, in the Union County Times.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
N this Court on this 4m day of June,
M 2009.
N .Regina Parrish
F Clerk of the Court
S B : Julia Croft
0 As I eputy Clerk
In accordance with the American
of Disabilities Act, persons with
). disabilities requesting reasonable
n accommodations to participate in
rt this proceeding should contact (386)
n496-3711 (Voice) or (352) 374-3639
k (Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
6/11 2tchg 6/18-UCT


Authority responsible for making a
permit determination for this project
is the Department of Environmental
Protection's Air Resource Section
in the Northeast District Office. The
Permitting Authority's physical and
mailing address is: Department of
Environmental Protection, Northeast
District Office, 7825 Baymeadows
Way, Suite B200, Jacksonville, FL
32256. The Permitting Authority's
telephone number is 904/807-3300.
Project File: Acomplete project file is
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at the
physical address indicated above
for the Permitting Authority. The
complete project file includes the
Draft Permit, the Technical Evaluation
and Preliminary Determination,
the application and information
submitted by the applicant (exclusive
of confidential records under Section
403.111, FS.). Interested persons
may contact the Permitting Authority's
project engineer for additional
information at the address and phone
number` listed above. In addition,
electronic copies of these documents
are available on the following web
site: http://http://www.dep.state.fl.us/
air/eproducts/apd's/default.asp.
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit:
The Permitting Authority gives notice
of its intent to issue an air construction
permit to the applicant for the project
described above. The applicant has
provided reasonable assurance that
operation of proposed equipment will
Snot adversely impact air quality and
that the project will comply with all
appropriate provisions of Chapters
62-4, 62-204, 62-210, 62-212, 62-296
and 62-297, FA C. The Permitting
Authority will issue a Final Permit in
accordance with the conditions of the
proposed Draft Permit unless a timely
petition for an administrative hearing
Is filed under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F S. or unless public comment
received in accordance with this
notice results in a different decision
or a significant change of
terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the proposed Draft
Permit for a period of 14 days from
the date of publication of this Public
Notice Written comments must be
received by the Permitting Authority
by close of business (5:00 p.m.) on or
before the end of the 14-day period.
If written comments received result
in a significant change to the Draft
Permit, the Permitting Authority shall
revise the Draft Permit and require, if
applicable, another Public Notice. All
comments filed will be made available
for public inspection.
Petitions: As person whose
substantial interests are affected by
the proposed permitting decision may
petition for an administrative hearing
in accordance with Sections 120.569
and 120.57, FS. The petition must
contain the information set forth below
and must be filed with (received by)
the Department's Agency Clerke in
the Office of General Counsel of
the Department of Environmental
Protection at 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station #35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000
(Telephone: 850/245-2241). Petitions
filed by any persons other than those
entitled to written notice under Section
120.60(3), F.S. must be filed within
14 days of~ publicatiorf~of this Public
. .Notice or r~eceipt:ot~a written notice,


whichever occurs first. Under Section
120.60(3), F.S., however, any person
who asked the Permitting Authority
for notice of agency action may file
a petition within 14 days of receipt of
that notice, regardless of the date of
publication. A petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the applicant at
the address indicated above, at the
time of filing. The failure of any person
to file a petition within the appropriate
tim-e period shall constitute a waiver
of that person's right to request
an administrative determination
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F S., or to intervene in this
proceeding and participate as a party
to it. Any subsequent intervention
(in a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
the presiding officer upon the filing of
a motion in compliance with Rule 28-
106.205, F.A.C.
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Permitting
Authority's .action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name, address and telephone
number of the petitioner; the name
address and telephone number of
the petitioner's representative, if
any,. which shall be the address for
service purposes during the course of
the proceeding; and an explanation
of how the petitioner's substantial
rights will be affected by the agency
determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner received
notice of the agency .action or
proposed decision; (d) A statement of
all disputed issues of material fact. If
there are none, the petition must so
state; (e) A concise statement of the
ultimate facts alleged, including the
specific facts the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification of
the agency's proposed action; (f)
A statement, of the specific rules
or statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action including
an explanation of how the alleged
facts relate to the specific rules or
statutes; and, (g) A statement of the
relief sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action the petitioner
wishes the agency to take with
respect to the agency's proposed
action. A petition that does not
dispute the material facts upon which
the Permitting Authority's action is
based shall state that no such facts
are in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as set
forth above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means thiat the Permitting Authority's
final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this Public
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right
to petition to become a party to the
proceeding, in accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation is not available
for this proceeding.
6/18 itchg-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee 'River~ Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors
will hokt az~meeting of the Board
of Directors on Monday, June 29,


2009, 7:00 p.m. at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc., Senior`
Center in Live Oak, Florida.
6/18 itchg-UCT
CA\LL FOR BIDS
UNION COUNTY HOUSING
AUTHORITY (UCHA), Lake* Butler,
Florida will receive bids on July 15
2009 until 10:00 a.m. Bids will be
opened immediately after in the Board
Room at 715 Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054 for the construction of
DESIGN BUILD
MAINTENANCE BUILDING
101 SW 8th Street
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Sealed bids must be accompanied
by bid deposit: A Bid Bond, Cashier's
Check or Certified Check for five
(5) percent of the total amount bid.
The successful bidder shall furnish
a Performance Bond and Labor and
Material Payment Bond issued by
a surety company approved by the
Government, for one hundred percent
(100%) of the Contract price for any
contract that exceeds $100,000.
Contractor's bidding this work shall
have an occupational license and he
licensed as a General Con~tractor or
Architect/Engineer or combination to
do business in the State of Florida. A
copy of each license is to besubmitted
with the Bid.
Project Manual will be available
from UCHA. A nonrefundable cost of
$25.00 per set is required. No partial
sets will be issued. Reproductions of
Contract Documents without written
permission of UCHA are strictly
forbidden.
There will be a pre-bid conference
held consisting of review of the
project at 10:00 a.m. July 8, 2009, in
the Board Room at 715 Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054. At this
time the Owner's representatives will
discuss the project requirements and
procedures. Contractors are strongly
encouraged to attend. Failure to
attend does not relieve the bidder~
from the responsibility to carry out the
work in the manner discussed at the
conference. This pre-bid conference
does not relieve the bidders of the
on-site inspection of the project
requirements.
UCHA reserves the right to waive
minor informalities in the bidding
if said waiver is in the Housing
Authority's best interest.
6/18 Itchg-UCT
LEGAL NOtICE
The Union County Commission
Announces the availability of State
IHousing Initiatives Partnership
Projiram (S.H.I.P.) funds for
2009/2010 fiscal year. Funds in the
amount of $315,000 are available for
county residents who meet certain
income requirements to construct a
new home or purchase a site built
home. Applications can be made at
Suwannee River Economic Council:.
Inc., 855 SW 6th Ave., Lake Butler, FL.
32054, 386-496-2342. Applications
will be accepted beginning July 22i,
2009. Consideration will also be
given to those who have pending
applications.
.Applications will be taken without
discrimination on the basis of race,
creed, color, religion, age, sex, marital
or familial status, national origin, or
handicap.
Home Ownership Strate ies
Down Payment/Closing Cost-New
Down Payment/Closing Cost-
Existing:~
6/1&&t.chg-UCT


REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS (RFO)
The Union County Board of County
Commissioners is seeking a qualified
person or firm to serve as our Agent
of Record, to act on oulr behalf as an
agent and consultant for Union County
Employee Group Health Insurance
benefits. The Agent of Record will
be responsible and accountable to
the Union County Board of County
Commissioners and employees
to educate, advise and handle all
aspects of service issues regarding
the group's health insurance. The
Agent must be licensed in the State
of Florida and be in good standing
with the Florida Department of
Insurance. The Agent must have at
least ten years experience in group
health benefits and- be appointed by
and in good standing with our current
carrier, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
Florida and their affiliate companies.
Agents who seek to be considered
for this appointment must submit a
Requisition for Agent application,
which may be obtained from the
Board of County Commissioners
Office by contacting Dianne Hannon,
Secretary to the Board, at 15 N.E. 1"'
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054, by
e-mail to bocc@windstream. net to: bocc@windstream.net> or at 386-
496-4241. The Request for Agent
Application must be submitted to the
Board Office in person or by mail, no
later than June 24, 2009, 4:00 p.m.
and must be in a sealed envelope
clearly marked ~"Request for Agent"
with nine (9) copies enclosed. The
selection for the Agent of Record will
be heard by the Union County Board
of County Commissioners at their
July 20, 2009 regularly scheduled
board meeting.
6/11 2tchg 6/18-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE AIR PERMIT
Florida Department of Environmental
Protection
Air Resource Section, Northeast
.District Office
Draft Air Construction Permit
Project No. 1250008-004-AC
New River Solid Waste Association,
New River Regibnal Landfill
Union County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project is New River Solid Waste
Association. The applicant's
authorized representative and mailing
address is: Darrell O'Neal, Executive
Director, New River Solid Waste
Association, New River Regional
Landfill, Post Office Box 647, Raiford,
Florida 32083-0647.
Facility Location: New River Solid
Waste Association operates the
existing New River Regional Landfill,
which is located in Union County at
Route 1, Box 375, Raiford, Florida
32083.
Project: This project authorizes
the construction of a gas collection
and control (GCCS) system to meet
the requirements of NSPS, Subpart
WWW Standards of Performance
for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills.
Permitting Authority: Applications
for air construction permits are
subject to review in,accordance with
the provisions of Chapter 403, Florida
Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters 62-4,
62-210 and 62-212 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt from
air permitting requirements and an
air permit is required to perform
the proposed work. The Permitting


LGSA LEL
Continued from Page SA

Santa Fe Storage will sell for cas
to the highest bidder at 15540 N.E
U.S. 301, Waldo, County of Alachut
Florida, at 12:00 p.m. on Wednesda~
June 24, 2009, and continuing da:
to day thereafter until sold, th
household goods and misc. content
of the following:
Unit # C007 Jerry Keller Misc. Items
Unit #AO35 Sherry Mosley Misc
Iterns.
6/11 2tchg 6/18-BC
LEGAL NOTICE
The Finance Committee o
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting o
Wednesday, June 24'" at 9:30 a.mr
at James Moore and Company, 593
NW 1" Place, Gainesville, FL. Pleas~
contact Celia Chapman at 352-244
5'148 with questions.
6/18 itchg-BC

LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economi
Council, Inc. Board of Director
will hold a meeting of the Boar
of Directors on Monday, June 29
2009, 7:00 p~m. at the Suwanne
River Economic Council, Inc., Senio
Center in Live Oak, Florida.
6/18 itchg-BC

NOTICE OF WORKSHOP
The City of Hampton will hold
workshop to discuss the, comin
CDBG grant. The workshops will b;
held at 2:00 pj.m. on Tuesday, dun
23rd at the City Hall in Hampton, 578
Navarre Avenue, Hampton, Florid
32044. For more information, ca
Jane Hall at 352-468-1201.
6/18 itchg-BC
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
MEETING
CITY OF HAMPTON
The City Council of the City o
Hampton will hold a special meeting
on Wednesday, June 24'" at 2:30 tl
discuss purchasing portable building
for use by the City. The meeting wi
be held at Hampton City~ Hall, 578
.Navarre Avenue, Hampton, Florid;
32044. For more information, ca
Jane Hall at 352-468-1201.
6/18 itchg-BC'
NOTICE OF SALE
There will be an Auction held ol
Saturday, June 20, 2009, at 10:01
a.m. at C & C Mini Storage located or
Hwy 301 South, Starke, Fla. on thl
following units:
1-16 Steven Fitzpatrick
1-30 Amy Lin'ehan
1-64 Christopher Mo~ss
1-76 Toni Bowden
1-53 Jeaniie Austin
1-75 Joe Colinisth618B
6/1 2c 61-C
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTI E IS HEREBY GIVEN
SGretche D. C ew
SLast Known Address of:
S530 NFEL132 9Avenue
You are hereby notified that you
Seligibilitd to vote is in question. You are
r qured to cntaactethe Superviso o
Eetions, in Sak, Foia, no lae
_.. thanythirty (30) da s aftec~the date
sesult inadter naio oo ilgodbilit
bythe Supervisor and your name wi
removed from the statewide vote
registration system.
Brad. Co. Supervio s EV tin
P.O. Box 51
945 N. Tempt6 Ae S.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHT~
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FO~
BRADFORD COUNjtY, FLORID
CASE NO.: 04-2008-CA-31(
CIVIL DIVISION~
VANDERBILT MORTGAGE
AND FINANCE, INC., a/d/bla
VANDERBIL-T MORTGAGE &
HloNAeNCE ,cNC., Assignee of CMH
Plaintiff,
vs.
JENNIFER EMANUEL alk/a -
JENNIFER LAUREL EMANUEL;
DAVID J. EMANUEL a/k/a DAVID
EUNTRRIECMANNUEabdWUNNEORWN
TENANT IN POSSESSION,
Defendant(s). 1
.NOTICE OF SALE
NO Euat to the Odr og Sm tar
Judgment of Foreclosure in thi
cause, in the Circuit Court of Bradfore
County, Florida, I will sell the property
situated in Bradford County,i Florid;
described as:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THI
bi V2 OF THE NE %/ OF THiE NW % O1
SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH
RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFOR[
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCE
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NW CORNEl
OF THE N V2 OF THE NE %/ OF THI
.NW %4OF SAID SECTION 1FOR THI
POC. THENCE RUN N 00-36-14 W
A DISTANCE OF 331.67'; THENCI
RUN N 89-00-36 E, A DISTANCI
OF 235.21' TO THE POB. 'FROA
THE POB THENCE CONTINUE r
89-00-36 E, ADISTANCE OF 310.0(
TO THE WESTERLY R/W LINE O1
COUNTYr ROAD 125 (A 100' R/WI
THENCE RUN ALONG THE WES:
R/W LINE OF COUNTY ROAD 12
(A 100' R/W); THENCE RUN ALON(
THE WEST R/W LINE OF COUNT'
ROAD 125 (A 100' R/W) S 03-41-15
A DISTANCE OF 225.00; THENCI
RUN S 89-00-36 W, A DISTANCE O1
299.00"'; THENCE RUN N 00-53-1
W, A DISTANCE OF 225.00' TO THI
POB. 1.6 ACRES MORE OR.LESS.
And which postal address is: 885
NW County Road 125, Lawley, F
32058.
And including the mobile hom
described as follows:
2002 Wayc Mobile Home 72', Serir
No. WHC012136GA; Title No


85501186.
at Public Sale, to the highest bidde
for cash, in the lobby of the Bradfor
County Courthouse located at 94
N. Temple Ave., In Starke, Florid~
at 11:00 a.m. on to 16'" day of Jul!
2009.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING Al
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROI
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAI
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS O
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENI
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 6
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal (
This Court this 11" day of June, 2009
Ray Norma
Clerk of the Circuit Cou
By: Lisa Branno
Deputy Cler
Rolfe & Lobello, P.A.









Page 7A TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION June 18, 2009




Union F FA members earn state honors


BY TERESANSTONE

Timecs Staff Writer

Quick thinking and well-
chosen words earned Emily
Brown the first-place award in
the state FFA extemporaneous
public speaking competition.
Brow\n will nowv compete
scholarships and the national
title in October at the
national FFA Convention in
Indianapolis.
For the competition, Brow\n
was required to prepare and
deliver a factual speech on a
specific agricultural issue.
She was given 30 minutes to
prepare a 4-6 minute speech
on a choice of topics. A panel
of judges then asked Brown
questions pertaining to her
topic. In the first round, her
topic involved country of origin
labeling on food packages. In
the final round, Brown's topic
was on the role of U.S. farmers
and ranchers in protecting the
environment.
More than 200 applicants
throughout Florida submitted
applications within the
agricultural proficiency award
program. Four of those students '
were first place winners from
Lake Butler: Caleb Williams,
Tyler Stone, Garth Ellington
and Victoria King,
The proficiency program
rewards FFA members at the
local,stateand national levelsfor
exceptional accomplishments
in a supervised agriculture
experience, or SAE program.
By participating .in a SAE,


3 from Union County earn eco-friendly farm awards


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utlthre middle school Lake
who each received a first-
place.trophy. Team menibiers
included Samantha Perez
(highest individual score in
state in middle school), Taylor
Wilkins, Taylor Furukalva,
Case Emerson, Clay Abraham
and Dustin Biellmng.
The middle school
parliamentary procedure team
made it to the finals..round
where they finished fourth in
the state. Team members were
Danielle Pate, Tanner LeMay,
Clay Ab'raham, Ashlyn Harden,
Taylor Wiliki ns, Samantha erez
and Malory LeMay.
The senior parliamentary
procedure team also made it to
the finals round where they also
finished fourth. Team members
were Ryan Perez, LeLand
Crawford, Amy Emery, Kayla
Freeman, Michaela Joyner,
Morgan Dukes and Linsey
Clark.

The senior. agriculture issues
team were state runners-up.
Their forum was on saving
Space for gopher tortoises.
Team members were ~Markie
Emery, Connie Dra ggers,
iCandace Maddox, Gabby Perez
and Hillary Ricks.
SRicks also represented Lake
Butler FFA well at the state
job interview contest. This was
a first ever for Lake Butler
FFA. Alex Morneau,.who lust
completed her ninth grade year
at Union County High School,
was a state finalist mn prepared
public speaking.


responsible
forregistering
.... teams for
ar ~ theat event,
ho we ver ,
her duties
"bi'ex panded
to being
Sthe online
~chairman and
publicist for
fundraising
events to
Stone include
p os t i ng
flyers and
-psub mitting
on articles to
asthe local
aj newspaper:
~King also
.L :Zlls inyolyed
students at
UCHS by
=-. ~k creating
the team,
B Students
for a Cure,
to participate
/ ~in the relay
a : event.
.ia King Although
none of the
senior chapter
competition teams came home
\vith any state titles, Kayla
Freeman, who just completed
her ninth-grade year at Union
County High School, was
awarded as being the highest
scoring individual in the state
poultry judging competition.
Also recognized at the state
convention were the members


p tudnsniare giveactuhae
hands-on application
of concepts and
principles learned in the
agricultural classroom.
Students are supervised
by agricultural advisers
in cooperation with
parents, employers and
other adults who assist P,
them in the development
and achievement of their
educational and career .
goals.
Proficiency winners .
were aw\arded with a
check for $200 from the
Florida FFA along with a check
for $250 from the National FFA
Organization. These winners
will now compete against other
state winners for a chance to
win a national title in October.
Williams took first place in
the state agricultural mechanics
design and fabrication
proficiency-
Williams has spent countless
hours designing and building
podiums for the FFA advisers
with extensive detail such as
carving the names of the senior
class in it, as well as designing
and building coffee tables,
picnic tables, curio cabinets
and the coveted oak medallions
for the Redneck Olympics
winners. Williams also worked
as the chapter's farm manager,
repai ri ng or builIding equi pment
needed on the school farm.
Stone was the first-place
winner in the state agricultural
processing proficiency.
In tenth grade, Stone began


Emily Brown


Caleb Williams Tyler


working wvith a local
gatornuisancetrapper,
Justin Touchstone.
Using what helearned
in his .high school
food science class,his
job responsibilities A
included pressure a
washing and salting
hides for sale.
During his SAE, his
responsibilities grew
to include the cutting, 1 3
cubing and packaging
of meat.
Ellington \vas
. the winner of the G;
state equine science,
ent re preneurship
proficiency-
Ellington enjoys doing
anything that has to do with
horses from cleaning stalls,
feeding arid even ,lending
a hand to the horse dentist.
After receiving his first horse
at the age of five, Ellington
was hooked and has continued
to devote his time to the equine


arth Ellington


Victor


industry. He has used his horses
to work cattle, trail ride and
partici ate in speed events
Kingp took first place in the
state home and/or community
develop ment proficienc .
King was a proache db
her FFA adviser and asked tY
become involved with the Lake
Butler Relay For Life event.She


One of the keys to the
success of the program
involves site visits by. public
officials who assess the
implementation of state-of-
the-art resource management
techniques at -the ~farm
property.
S"Farmers have long been
good stewards of the land,"
Scot Eu ba nks., assistant
director of agricultural policy
for Florida Farm Bureau said.
"Now with new information


and technology available,
farmers are able to be even
more proactive when it
comes to protecting the
environment."
Florida Farm Bureau
President John Hoblick
said that each of the award
recipients deserves applause
and appreciation for their
skilled efforts at managing
natural resources.
"Florida Farm Btireau is
proud that they exemplify the


work of this state's farmers
and ranchers to produce safe,
abundant food while being
excellent stewards of our land
and water," said Hoblick.
The Florida Farm Bureau
Federation is the state's largest
general-intet~est agricultural
association with about
138,000 member-families
statewide. Headquartered in
Gainesville, the federation is
an independent, non-profit
agricultural organization.


Three Union County
farmers have been named
as part of 26 Florida Farm
Bureau Federation CARES
recipients. Michilel Dukes,
Roland Parrish and Jimmy
Tallman will be recognized for
their superior natural resource
stewardship during the ninth
annual CARES din'ifer on
June 25 in Suwannee County.
CARES (CountyAlliancefor
Responsible Environmental
Stewardship) was initiated by


Florida Farm Bureau and the
Suwannee River Partnership
to highlight efforts by farm
owners to improve natural
resource management in the
Suwannee River Basin.

Suwannee .and Santa Fe
River Basin farmers who
have met verifiable standards
of ~excellence in `resource
management receive a
CARES resignation and earn
the privilege of posting a sign


on their properties identifying
them as award winners~ for
their good work.
These agricultural producers
have implemented verifiable
state-of-the-art management
strategies known as Best
Management Practices, or
BMPs, on their properties in
the basin. Examples of BMPs
include water conservation
efforts, animal waste
management and the strategic
use of fertilizer.


i -' n in

ahead for


dn sT urs a, Jne 25, at
10:30 a.m., the Suwannee
River Economic Council will
offer free disaster preparedness
assistance for senior citizens.
The event will take place at the
Union County senior citizens
m al site located at 855 SW
~61 Ave. in Lake Butler. For


(386) 496-2342.

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100king for

members
If you have a desire to help
those in need, the Lake Butler
Lions Club is looking for you.
If you are i n need of assistance
regarding eyeglasses, help
in obtaining eye services or


~isit~ to: join the- club, please
contact club President Karer
Sutherland at (386) 496-8417..

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Michael Alan Wood, the, son
of Alan and Liz Wood of Union
County, graduated from Duke
University on May 10. Wood
graduated with dual majors in
music performance with high
distinction and in biology with
ao ntl tci motoularobi logy
minor in chemistry.
Wood was recognized at the
ceremony with the Louis Sudler
Honorable Mention Prize for
outstandingartisticachievement
and promise. He also received
a Benenson Award for his
research in the arts. Currenltly
in Japan completing a research
project on the Shakahaphi flute,
he will work this summer at the
USDA .horticultural laboratory
in Ft. Pierce prior to beginning
medical school. Wood was
named as a Wake Forest School
of Medicine alumni association
scholar.


jobntainingz i on Conthe
Senior Community Ser~vice
Employment Program at (352)
244-5142.

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event were donated to The Glyn
Cook Memorial Scholarship for
kids who are a part of the Daniel
Memorial. The scholarship
provides financial assistance to3
qualified Daniel kids. seeking
to further their education at an'
accredited university, college ~
or trade schedl. ,


LAKEcu BULER
ADVISORY PLJBLIC HEARING
The Lake Butler City Commission will conduct an Advisory
Pi~iblic Hearing on. Monday, July 13, 2009, at 5:15 p.m. at
City Hall relativeti5'the fencing/closure of a portion of NW
1st Street, between NW 1st Avenue and Lake Avenue. The
Veuest is from the Union County Sheriff's office. Wl~e
invite your attendance or written comments. Any
questions can be directed to the undersigned.
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The Union County Public Library has set some special
events for its summer program.
All summer programs are free to the public and begin
at 10 a.m.


Thursday, June18
Reptiles! With Deven
Wheeler at the LB ES
cafeteria
Thursday, June 25
The Art of Dance featuring
the Kelly Christie Dance
Academy at the LBES
cafeteria
*Remember: you can visit
the newi library building at
thei grand opening on
Wednesday July 1
be manng at 10 a .
Thursday, July 9
Isbls~hed cI lre's author
and local resident Donna
Harris at the library
Monday, July 13
Cl"indAround wit
McDonald at :
the library


Thursday, July 16
Fairytale Theater Presents:
The Tickle Octopus
Thursday, July 23.
The. Great Ekujo African
Dance ensemble

Thursday, July 30
Bash! Iel


ABOVE: There was a big crowd
at the library's first program of
the summer. RIGHT: Loudini
the Magician gets a helping
hand from Mackenzie Romrell
at last week's summer I~brary.
program.


Be sure to pick
summer reading
sheet at the libl
The summer re
program begins
Sunday Juneo
reading during
the summer.


Thursday, June 18, the library Programs begin at 10 a.m.
will feature Deven Wheeler Please join Miss Michelle and
with his reptile friends at Lake Miss Joannie for great fun and
Butler- Elementary School's cool- prizes. ~Doli't forget to
. cafeteria: All summer programs' bring your reading logs! .
are free and open to the public.


anonymous grouIp meets
every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
at Sardis Baptist Church. The
church is located on S.R. 121
in Worthington Springs.

Are you
unemp loyed
and over the
896 0 55
SIf you are unemployed and
over the age of 5s, there is
assistance 'available to you for
otesipmes a lob. he Floot:
Inno ateon ~rgea iniscen lyd


i~B an a ed


barbecue km ~g

BY TEESA TONE slabs of ribs, 30 chicken thighs
BYTREANSTN and three pulled pork shoulders
Time Staf Wrterfor~ patrols who paid a $10
irfms StfS Witerfee to walk around sampling
t, Last: month, Mark Lloyd of bta beu rm t imrs. t ed1
util~i Jcsnlerde out to*s sthW JOyd's secret recipe that
of hiis' specialty barbecue and- g~ iems oe
F~ae oecrowned as kn fe ecing hs c wn

Held on Mai\ 16. the e ent alri e abce
wass a fundraiser for Danie~l grill~ and other gift items.
Memorial. which serves the Back in February,. Lloyd
needs of abused, neglected and si eas aei eod
abaindoned kids. place at Starke's Boots'n BBQ
Lloyd or Memphis Blues-- competition sponsored. by
as he called himself during the Santa Fe College. For those
competition,has been a resident wohvnthdacac o
Sof Lake Butler for more than 15 find out just how good his
year. Hewors atthe ake barbecue is, Lloyd said he
'Butler Miedical Clinic on S.R. past eldnesa hs
100, where ic :wife .is the :@I el ake Butlerl Fourth of
On the day of the competition,
Lloyd said he prepared four .I ~ v


QUilterS meet
DI Lulu
Interested in learning to
quilt or gathering with other

third Thursday of each month at
10 a.m. at the Lulu Comnfunity

contact Sue Ha-nsen at (386)
7,52-2596.

NarCoti'CS
Anonymous
-.m~eetS
New Way Narcotics


Mark iloyd


Foot ball and

,cheerleader

Sign-UpS
Union County Pop Warner
Football and cheerleading sign-
Sups will take place on Tuesday,
June 23. from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Sat the O.J. Phillips Recretitional
Complex located on S.R. 121.
'Players and cheerleaders must
be between the ages of five and
12 to participate,
aA parent of hguaredand mst
registration.. Please bring the
Following items: A wallet-sized
photo of player or cheerleader, a
Syear-end rdport card, an official
::birth certificate, a photo 10 of
t61eh t~e orsguaarclat, adc yd
:a' chick or cash in the amount
Sof $75~ per football player or
~$150 per cheerleader. Also
aviailtible are limited openings
for assistant football coaches
and cheer coaches. For more
inf""at ono p91 7 call Jeff


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Telegraph Editor


If you have a weak stomach,
you may not want to read on. On
the other hand, if you've got an
iron will, zero gag reflex and you
a teen, you might wvant to think
about entering the annual Food
Fear Factor competition next
yeayr..
Food Fear Factor kicked off
this summer's teen program at
Bradford County Public Library.
A packed room watched a dozen
of so contestants t ry to wolf dow n
disgusting concoctions. One,
two or more at a time pushed
themselves aw\ay from the table,
their faces covered in revulsion
or--if they made use of the handy
barf bags supplied -rel ief. .
In the end, just two remained:
winner Kadie Oden and runner-
up Timmy Benson.
Library Di rector Robert Perone
and teen program coordinator
Michael Schofield clearly loved
tohe to':n""' ish' were inn mp qn
about who was most responsible
for the wicked event.
> Perone introduced each
challenge gleefully reminding
contestants to smell their dish
before taking bite. He was
particularly proud of the "snot
sandwich." Schofield circled the
room, camera in hand, catching
each wince, pucker, grimace and
gag in digital format.
The award for most evil,
however, must go to whoevei-
was responsible for the menu.
The six course "meal" went all
the way through dessert. And,
yes, Kadie and Timmy finished
them all; and, yes, there was a
tiebreaker; and, yes, it was eve~n
more disgusting that the meal
itself, which included:
*The snack: onion and chive
cream cheese, feta cheese,
artichoke and garlic hummus,
blue cheese, goat cheese, wasabi
(Japanese horseradish), Monterey
jack cheese with jalapeno
peppers, apple cider vinegar and
soy sauce with Tabasco--all
'mixed together into a spread and
piled on top of several- crackers,
*The appetizer: baby formula
~ma c~eqp C~~=f~ lew-- -wa ~
S\ftgetables N~ib food, pineap~le
:glazed ham baby food, sweet
Potatoes and turkey baby food,
butternut squash and corn
baby food, apple cider vinegar,
unflavored gelatin and soy sauce
with Tabasco.
"Buddy the Elf Spaghettios_
Library Style": spaghettios,
grapefruit juice, green apple jolly
ranchers, apple cider vinegar,
wasabi, tartar sauce, mixed
green juice, tomato and chilies
juice, apple cinnamon oatmeal
andh calfs othie: mango ice
cream, grapefruit juice, baby
formula, banana nut oatmeal
Green apple ejcdly a 1 es, ap spo

sauce with Tabasco, tartar sauce,
beet juice, cauliflower, gelatin
and ice '
The veggie mix: turnip,
mustard and collard greens,
spinach, tomatoes, okra, corn,
jeeen ci is, he se,ajplefuirt
wasabi, soy sauce with Tabasco
and apple cider vinegar. ~
*The main course, "snot
sandwiches omions, green
peppers, squash with Vidalia
onions, greens (collard, mustard,
turnip, spinach), pimento cheese,
tomatoes, okra, corn, green
chilies, grapefruit juice,' maple
syrup, gelatin, cauliflower, soy
sauce with Tabasco and tartar
sauce--served on puinpernickel

ry Thea assert: mango ice cream
with anchovies and sardines in
mustard and dill sauce.
Kadie and Timmy managed
t hoe down one dihate
thought it cotildn't get worse, it
did. Out came the blender for the
.tiebreaker. Some of each of the
preceding courses went in and
what came out was thick, brown
and pungent. Equal amounts
were poured i nto plastic cups and
given to the finalists. Only Kadie
managed to finish it all, winning
the event and earning top prize--
books, a role playing game and a
tote to carry them in.


eo h bn ct e en th b ebndee

dusted off for a week-long virtual
football tournament, detailed
above.


On the left, Library Director Robert Perone informed contestants they had a barf bag
should the competition prove too stomach turning. At right, Kall Hill looks read~yto put
her barf bag to good use.


Above, Food.Feair Factor winner Kadle~ Odeli receives her
haul from Michael Schofield, the reference and young,.
adult staffer at the I~brary. Below, runnei'-up Timmy
Benson tries to Inhale the foul-tasting concoction.


At left, contestant Anthony Marston samples~ his smoothie but the resulting moustache
is not made of milk. At right, Mary Alice Perone pours a glass after blending some of
each course into a tie-breaking beverage that was anything but refreshing.


be flexible, because the library
knows~ that just because it is
summer it doesn't mean teens
aren't busy.
The tournament is open only to
teenagers. A buy-in for a quarter
per player will help provide'
refreshments for the teams and
spectators. Be sure to- sign up at
the library's front desk.


Eat up!


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A message from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Dlvlslon of
Forestry, Charles H. Bronson. Commissioner. Funding supplied by the USDA Forest Service.
an equal opportunity provider.


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Library g ross-out kicks off teen prog ram


Virtual football

t0 UrnG Y at
BC library
It has been three months since
the Bradford County Public
Library and Aayon's Pent-to-Own
broke out their next-gen consoles
and supersized screens, so the
library's programmers think it's
about time to do so again. They
will be trying something a little
Jlrlterent. thought for the entire..
weetrk o-f June 22-.lune 26. the
Bradford .Library will host an
NCA`A Football '09 tournament
for the Xbox 360.
Imagine two screens back-
to-back, two consoles, and~ two
players per team maneuveri~ng up
the ad hoc ladder towardivictory.
The teams, which willbe
drawn out, of a hat (sorry, you
might not get to be either Gators
or Seminoles), will consist of up
to two players each. They will
participate in 20-minute rounds.

Daeriec pns, te tt rnmt rm:
end up being either single or
double elimination. However, a
loser's bracket will allo16, a lucky
team back into the playoffs.
,The gaming will take place
in the library's meeting room 1
between .2-5 p.m. every day
between Monday, June 22, and
Friday, Junie 26. Scheduling will


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Shown are (I-r) Allison Alsop, Michael Rothwell and
Cecile Shealy.


and develops a network
of community "trustees .


Leadership Jacksonville alumni
and staff create the curriculum.


Jason Staniand received
a bachelor of arts degree in
Christian studies with magna
cum laude honors from The
Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville. President Thomas
A. Kinchen bestowed degrees
on 58 graduating seniors
during commencement
services held May 1.5.
Staniand is the son of
Scott. and Cindy Staniand
of Keystone Heights. He is
the grandson of Carlton and
Jean \White of Gainesville,


and Jason
and Kathryn
Staniand of
Lake Wales.
He is a
2005 graduate
of Keystone
Heights High
School and
member
of Trinity
B ap t is t
Church in
K e stone
Heights .
Following


graduation,
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to continue his
education at
New Orleans
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of divinity
degree with a
specialization
in Christian
apologetics.


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KH HS students visit

Park of Palms
KHHS seniors-to-be visited residents at the Park
of the Palms on Memorial Day weekend. Members
of the varsity football team, the varsity/competition
cheerleading sIquad, Miss KHHS 2009, and Miss KHHS
contestants spent time visiting and handing out
patriotic footballs and gourmet cookies.


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Simmons. (Back row) Trevor Crews, Brandon Miller,
Dylan Black, Zak Davis, Chase ,Cham1ber,,and..Kyle
Williams.


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The program trains young
people to serve as community
leaders. YIouLth Leadership
Jacksonville covers the
dynamics of an urban society,
analyzes major areas of
community concern, helps
promote leadership qualities


Memorial Day lesson for students .
Ellam Cemetery was busy the rainy Friday morning before Memorial Day with third
grade children from Melrose' Elementary School placing American flags on the '
graves of veterans. The children learned the history of Memorial Day as the tradition
of placing flags on former soldiers' graves was passed on to the next generation.
Linda Darby's class worked with George Wheeler, from the Americal I.egion Post 202
and cemetery board member Thelma- Dampler to make the day a student learning
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third from right, makes the presentation.


ABOVE: Shown are (I-r) Drive Chairman Andy BiSbee,
KHHS Principal Dr. Susan Sailor, ESE teacher: Payton
Capper, ESE Department Chair Judy Burieson and"
Grand Knight Parks Corley of the local counc~il.
BELOW: Knights of Columbus sponsored a soccer
tournament in April with a number of Lake Region
division winners. -


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Hall, Austin McFariane, Travis Sheppard, Trey Hort~on, Colton ('rane and Jacob
Musselwhite. (Middle row) Josh Prendergast, Carter Semione, Trey Alsabrook, Travis
Mclntosh Jr., Clay Wylie and Clayton Sipprell. (Back rowv) coaches `Ricky Crane,
Anthony Painter and Garrett Painter.


KRA Rookies win distelct


The Keystone Heights Rookie
' Baseball All Star team went to
the Santa Fe District playoff
tournament in Alachua June 5-
7 and came away Wiinners.
On Friday,. they played


Waldo and won 8-2, which put
them jn the winner's bracket
and they never turned back.
On Saturday, they faced North
Central Florida and run-ruled
them until play was stopped


at 16-2 in just four innings, to
earn a spot in the championship
game on Sunday.
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Kiwanis describes itself
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changing the world, one child
and one community at a time.


K of C gives
gifts, offers
programs
Local Cou'ncil 10.372 of the
Knights of Columbus held their
annual Soccer Challenge at
Twin Lakes Park in late April.
Forty-four players ages 7-
14 took advantage of the
competition. Every player
received a certificate of
participation and on May 9
champions from each division
received a certificate and a
soccer ball.
Boy and girl winners, ages
7-9, were Colby Townsend
and Alysssa Graff, age 10
Charles Smith Jr. and Hanna
Crane. Boys winners included
a tie between Jason Dillard
and Benjamin Jones; age 12,
Ignacio Grimaldo and Ashley
Callahan; age 13, Nick Jones
and Iris Crus; age 14 A~ndrew
Ferree .

a.m. until 3 p.m.
In other K of C news. Council
10372 for the third year in
a row presented a check for
$500 to the Keystone Heights
High School ESE program for
mentally challenged youth. The
high school trains the special
needs students in practical
living, including doing laundry,
shopping cooking, hygiene and
other activities.
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by Hitchcock's SuperValu,
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children's department at the
B1radfor~d County Public Library
have begun.
TIoday, Thursday, Jlune 18,
Miss T~erry wvill be at the Santa
Fe College Cultural Building
presenting a program of drama,
music and pup ets. 1,Cifr

the Big Read D ug v~ill be at the
Cultural Building wvith dancing
and games.
Most programs begin at 11
a.m. and are geared for kids in
preschool through fifth grade.
Children must be accompanied
by an adult. .
_The _Cultural Bu~ilding is
located on 201 E. Call St., two
blocks past the Florida Tw~in
T heater. -
The summer reading program


'has also begun. Children will
receive reading charts and other
information on this date.
If you have questions plefise~
call (904) 368-3914 cirvi~sit the
library. Be creative and join in
the fun.


Hampton
School reunion


A reunion for the former
students and staff of- Hampton
Christian _Academy~ will .take
place fit Hampton Baptist Church
on Saturday, July 11. For more
information, please call Joy
Hutto at (352) 468-2316 or e mail
bcansis@yahoo.com .


annual deductibles and
prescription co-payments.
Some examples where
income may be higher
include if he or his wrife:
-Support other family
members who live with
them; *
- Have earni ngs from work;
or
--Livle in Alaska or Hawaii;
and

Resources limited to
$12,510 for an individual or
$25,0 10 for a married couple
living together. Resources
include such things as bank
accounts, stocks and bonds.
We do not count his house or
car as resources.


Social Security has an easy-
to-use online application that
you can complete. Yol ~can find
it at wiviv.socialsecurity~gov/
prescriptionhelp. To, apply by
phone o~r~havie an application
mailed to you, call Social
Security at.(800) 772-121.3 (T'TY
1-800-325-0778) and ask for
the Application for Help wvith
Medicare Prescription Drug Plan
Costs (SSA-1020). Or -go to the
nearest Social Security office.
To learn more about the
Medicare. prescription drulg plans
and special enrollment periods,
visit iviviv.medicare.gov' or call
(800) MEDICARE (1400-6313-
4227; TTY 1-877-486-2048).
So this Father's Day, as the
meat is grilling, you're playing


catch, and talking about your
own'1 kids, fit in a bit of good
advice for Dad--advice he can
put to use right aw'ay. ~Tcll him
about the extra help with his
prescription drug costs. In fact,
you can help him apply online in
minutes at wiviv.socialsecurity.
gov/prescription help. After all,
in times like these, every dollar
counts.


Summer

library

pre rm
announced
Kids get ready for summer.
,Su'mliler programs in the


Starke Elewlentary Principal
C~hristy Reddish has been
recommended as a coordinator
as the Bradford-Union Career
Technical Center where she
would replace the retired Chuck
Ebert. Glenda Ruise would also
stay on as a coordinator at the
career center, and Randy~ Starling
w\oulld remnai n di rector.
;As expected, some
assistant principals are being
recom mended for new behavioral
resolirce teacher positions, a
cost-saving measure that is also
supposed to assist the district's
implementation of a positive
behavior support program.
Assistant Principal Brenda
Donaldson would remain at
Starke Elementary as.behavioral
resource teacher, and Steven
Frandle w\ill move from assistant
principal at BHS to the behavioral
resource teacher position at1
Southside Elementary.
Jason Jennings, who spent
the last year as principal at the
Renaissance Center, is being
recommended for the behavioral
resource teacher position that
would be shared by Hampton
and Brooker elementary schools.
Since the Renaissance Center
program has been moved to the
career center, the district plans on
saving money by having Starling
oversee that program as well.
Football coach Steve Hoard.





.continue to coach and, teach
physical education.

recntmecndaend fsrthe oilob n
administrative positions:
M thside principal--Bill
*Lawtey Community School
principal--David Tew
*. Rainbow Center coordinator_
Cindy DeValerio
Assi stant superi ntendent- Li sa
Prevatt
Technology and information
services director--Steven
Miller
Finance director--Julee Tinsler
ESE and student services
director--Barbara Johns
*School accountability and
sa cial plorams director-
*Human resources director-
Randy Whytsell
*Food services supervisor-
Dottie -Rondelli :
Facti ities, ma inena nce and
transportation supervisor--
SRichard Sapp.
The school board is set to vote
on this slate of recommendations
from the, superintendent on
Mondayy. Juhtd 22, at its 2 p.mn.
meeting, which will-be followed
by a workshop on tihe code of
conduct.




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their good advice, whether iit's
how to catch a ball, ace a job
i interview, grillI the perfect burger,
or get the best deal on a new car.
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The unknown inspires Starke native to write
Stefanell. imagination'"''". *reclaim her dignity, she takes by a real-life woman he met attending monthly meetings turned out. The genesis of the
Stfaeli asfist"Sorrows Road" is described desperate action to fulfill a growing up.,ral of a writers' group. The story was born and was well
n'vlpblseas a story about a woman promise to a dying friend...and "hwarelydestitute, group participants weeto received by the members ~of the
IIn rW no up in the rural South and The book is a work of down on her luck," Stefanelli to meetings to be critiqued "It kind of encouraged me to
Sorow Rodexperiences loss and betrayal. fiction,- but Stefanelli, wvho said. by o~thers. Stefanelli began .keep doing it," he said.
"Determ~ined to overcome these currently lives near Citicinnati, It was that woman Stefanelli wondering what had happened Stefanelli has been writing
BY CLIFF SMELLEY oppressive circumstances and was inspired to write the story thought of when he began to that woman and how her life See NOVEL, p. 2B
Telegraph Staff Writer
it's one thing to pick up a ;i'
newspaper and read about what
someone has done, or watch
a television newscast of the _;P; P
same, but what events occurred e
n heart tpoe nslf that ledhi 5 5* C GE
T`he unknown interests Raya JS 1
Stefanelli and served as a1.~
driving point for his first novel, I
"Sorrowvs Road," which was .I
published recently.
Stefanelli, wh'o grew up in fe- s]
Starke and graduated from ----
Bradford High School in 1956, *."
said he likes to observe people 7j ~
and especially likes to see howi
a set of circumstances take a
.person from one point in his
or lier life to another. It brings
to Stefanelli's mind the lyrics,
"Life is what happens to you
when you're busy making other*
plans," from the *John Lennon
song "Beautiful Boy.".
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"It's what I don't know that
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said.
Whether it's watchinga new~~~cs
stor on TVaot od
looking, semngly nra
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inurder and wondering what
happened in that kid's life to
recalling' a woman= he -met in
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ABOVE: "Sorrows Road" is
the first novel by Bradford
County native Ray StefaneliI.
Stefane~lli will be selling the
book and signing copies of
it June 25 at the Starke Golf
and Country Club. RIGHT:
Ray Stefanelli


said he has been around long
enough to know that there will
be ~some negative criticism. .
"fI think it's good and if I
like it, then it's good enough,
Stefanelli said. "I knew when
I wrote this it was good
enough ."
Stefanelli, who also is a
partner in Stefanelli and Black
Publishing, will return to Starke
Thursday, June 25, making an
appearance at the Starke Golf
and Country Club for a book
signing. The event, which is
scheduled for 5:30-8:30 p.m.
bi.coinucitdee dit neacna tall n
David and Cleo Elder. The cost
of the dinner, specialty desserts
and beverage is $12 for adults.
(Children under 10 eat for $5.)
Advance tickers are available
to the general public at the
,Sleqkc Golf and Country Club
'pro shop.-
Stefanelli, who has lived in
Texas and Kentucky besides
Ohio, is looking forward to his
return to Starke to meet with
family andl friends.
"I still think of it as my
hometown," he said. "I'm
always glad to go back."
"Sorrows Road" will be
availa~blerfor purchase at the
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-s'igning. for $15.95. The book
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shot# stories -and poetry since
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assi gnments.
"I really got into it and
enjoyed it a lot," he said.
It was a goal to write a book.
one~ day, but Stefanelli did not
necessarily think he would.
write a work of fiction. After
earning bachelor's and master's
d~en esi from tMurray St
'of Florida, respectively,. he
taught 15 years at colleges in
Florida tind Texas. Stefanelli
ivho spent 15 years in thC world
of academia, figured he would
write some type of non-fiction~al
instruiietional book.
"I Lon't know if I ever
thought I would write a novel,
especially," he said.
The idea to do so began with
that writers' group, which came
about when Stefanelli attended
a lecture series on poetry and
writing. The third or -fourth
speaker was a woman ivho had
just recently published a novel
and wanted to start a writers'
group, which met Saturday
mornings every month.
. Writing the book was a
prpH~cess that began five or six
years ago. Stefanelli admitted
nhe coukl'vetiwrittent the coou
not devote his full time to it
because of his obligations ~to
the marketing communications
company he owns.
"It pays," Stefanelli said of
Stefanelli Marketing. "That
kind of supercedes wynting for
enjoyment a lot of times.


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For the past two years, Shands
Starke has been in a bit of a
flux as the emergency room
was expanded, but everything
seems to be in place with the
ceremonial opening of a new
non-denominational chapelj
bereavement room on June I1.
"It kind of seals the deal,"
said Andrea Waterhouse, the
hospital's chief nursing officer.
Just as the emergency room
was expanded to better serve
the community, the creation of
a chapel/bereavement room also
meets a need at the hospital,
giving families of loved ones a
room to grieve in or simply give
families a place for quiet time or
devotionals.
"Ilt's a place to have some
privacy, a place to go to be able
to think," Waterhouse said-
The room is not just for
patients' families. It can be a
place for staff members to simply
unio dand have some quiet time
"Some of us have really hard
days," Waterhouse said, adding
that staff members may use the
room to grieve in as well. Staff
tends to get to know thell patents
well if they don't know them
already.
The furnishing of the room and
..the fact it will have music piped
inlto it were made possible, as so
many things are, through the work -
of the .Shands Auxiliary. Linda
Johns, the auxiliary president,


Andrea Waterhouse, chief nursing officer at Shands Starke, poses with some
members of the Shands Auxiliary in the new chapel. Pictured (I-r) are: Pat IVuse,
Waterhouse, Gertrude Griffis, Maria Stephenson, Sylvia Brown, Linda Johns, Valeria
Shuford and Mary Andrews.


said the group, which holds
several fundraisers throughout
the year, raised approximately
$10,000 that went toward the
room .
The room is always open, as is
the adjacent gift shop, which is
run by the Shands Auxiliary. The
gift shop used to be in another`
lboaus of teEh extpan ate:
"We were without a gift shop
for over a year," Johns said.
The gift shop and chapel/
bereavement room are located
down the hallway to the left
of. the admissions center in the
hospital's south entrance. The
space was given up by Dr. Pete
Gianas, the ER medical director
who was using it as an office.
All admissions are now
handled in the hospital's south
entratth~e, which was not the case
while the ERe expansion lyas-
underway. The project, made
possible by, Shands HlealthCare's
commitment of more than $4
million, increased the size of the
ER from- 3,1~00 square feet to
'7,400 square feet.~
"We are very blessed to
have this type of facility in our .
county." Waterjlouse said.
'Shands Starlie does not look
like .a rural hospital, Waterhouse
said. The Shands 'Auxiliary
play's a role in that by raising
funds, all of which go toward
making improvements or buying
equipment. Often, the group
,anticipates what the hospital
nedis lbefr at rs a pocesd i
t .Johns said the group's purpose
is to assist the hospital in any
\ay it can.
"That's what we're here for,"
she said.
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is the one that all of us, every period of' time the FCAT was
single 6ine, should support. The being studied for and ~taken.
.flag ~represents ~ the true Why does the state put'so
America, aird all of our much emphasis on the FCAT?
freedoms. The America that's It should be averaged, or
laid out in our Constitution, compare with their GPA or
that was the dream of our something. Now she has to
founding fathers and many give up six weeks 6f her
who have followed them. summer and give up her family
A country where all men vacation, to attend a reading'
(and women) can freely speak remedial class four hours a
their mind. day. There should at least be
A country where everyone is something they can do online
equal. with a parent, then be ~retested
A country where everyone at a facility or something.
has a fair chance. My other daughter is in 10th
I'm American because many grade and she failed have laid down their lives to reading. She is also a...3.84
protect my freedom to be this GPA student. Why? She has to
way, because of the sacrifice, give up her dual enrollment in
and the dream. I am patriotic. I vocational school next year to
believe in our country and be able to take the remedial
what we truly can be. course for reading. And they
And our flag is a huge part both read all the time.
of that. It's a constant reminder The state, schools and
of our extraordlinary blessings teachers make such a big deal
to be Ameri-cim. It symbolizes out of' the FCAT that it freaks
everything we have and the kids out. They make sure
everything we are. It is they knowet at if te odothet
Lisa Rund will be retained.
I have spoken to many
Parent/reader people, parents, teachers,
.usinsFA guidance counselors, etc., and
QUS~tl~s FCAT they all agree with my point.I
Dear Editor:. am researching the FCAT and
My daughter is in the third going to start a petition. But
grade. She has a 3.84 GPA. for now, my girls lives will be
How can a child who. averages on hold. It is not fair to the
all A's and B's fail tie reading children. Again, I ask why?,
on the FCAT? The lowest~ -And how in the world am I
GhatA hes frd as-r.~ a See EDIT p.7B


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county agreement must guard
against any "reduction in
service."
The consolidation' of law
enforcement agencies is
sweeping across the nation in
both large and small C
populations, and is. b eing
seriously considered in several
Florida situations, including
Lake Worth, Gainesville, and
Live Oak
Lie Oakmals mentioned
remember that it abolished' its
plic de art et I vra
year ago, but me urneds eto e
f rmer system in the next
Oak ol ire nD prmtent. L
informed law enforcement
officer says an incoming
sheriff refused to provide law
ityorcement se vcs for th~
rleinsta ement of the city police
~The ball is now in thie court ~
of city andd county
dmmissi nersmAwhdialo u
where a better place thsn
among elected officials?
Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorial Writer


How does one go about
making changes in
governmental agencies that are
functioning at a satisfactory
level with minimal complaints
from the citizenry? The answer
is. Very, very carefully.
The glestion quickly raises
another question, "Why
consider a change at all?"
There are two basic reasons
for considering change in law
eno meto ty Stark ad
which is economic; local and
state taxes are not producing
dthlet eenary funds to continue
all th~ta-fudedprograms to
which we have become
accustomed an ur oah to
raising taxes in a ddepres r
economy is hudia Whe
e etve o srce hodrs. hn
money is tgt has is the curue i

po tuas, lokper current
otherwise, to determine that
every dollar is wisely spent.
cSe ody, afroack of
community may not be the ~
best barometer for determininS
'effectiveness. of operation.
Both the Starise Police
Department and the Bradford
County Sheriffs Office are
deali tg with a relatively small,
stabi low density populations
a majority of which have deeP
roots mn the immediate arpay--
making law enforcement easier
than similar positions in many
other~ Florida counties and
communities.
When the economy is
strong, as in the recent.past ,
and tax money is flowmng mnto '
the state coffers, it, is difficult
to rally support for changing
historical ways and means for
accomplishing tax supported
functions; .however, decreased
revenues for governmental



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Salute the fas
Dear Editor:
I am typing, this --e-mail
'because I am proud to be an
American. With that, I am so
thankful for this country and
I'm so glad we're a free
nation. I love seeing our
Am~nerican flag flying and have
read about our heritage many a
time over the years. A heritage
rich because of those who have'
fought hard to keep us going
strong. We are truly a blessed
nation.
I have been through town
and noticed that our post office
does not fly our American flag
on a daily basis. I have heard
others question this as well. Is
our post office not a federal
building? It's our God .given
right to fly our American flag
and it should bet proulyput up
each aml eery day, rain or
shine. When asked inside why
the flag is not up, there really
is o answer. Wellove our post
thankful for the job they do,
but honestly, why don't they
fly o~ur flag daily is beyond,
well a lot of people
Unless w.~e have forgotten
this is when we are supposed
to fly our flag: the flag should
be displayed on all days.
However, the Flag Code sets
out days that it is particularly
appropriate to display the flag,
in ldieng holidays.codn o
the Code, it's cstdom n~to
display the fag outsd o ly
eyemsunislee to pstu tc
effect is desired, the flag may
be displayed 24 hours a day if
properly illuminated during the
hours of darkness. Of all the
American propaganda, the flag.


agencies emphasizes the need
to review agencies and
programs. The current slide in
tax revenue requires Bradford
County and the city of Starke
to re-view the_ Qossibility of
consolidating their two law
enforcement agencies, the
Starke Police Department and
the Bradford County sheriffs
Office, the advantages and
disadvantages inherent in
chS iff Gordon Smith
former Starke chief of police'
estimates the savings to the
city of Starke at $300,000 the
first year, and possibly more in
succeeding years. Smith was
elected to the sheriff's office '
last year with' an outstanding
majority vote and -the city
promoted his protege, Jeff
Johnson, to the unexpired chief
of police term, it is a most
psil hane in o nty v w
Sheriff Smith is a strong
supporter of combining the
etw a ecis a posito he h
election to the sheriffs office
A native of Bradford~ County'
Smith is interested only in
linprovisig county government
and reducing the cost of law
enforcement in Bradford
County. He has purposely held
the chief deputy position
unfilled in- the event the county
~and city combine the two
departments, and ~will offer the
~postio to Chief Johnson. In
kpngwith the city Charter.
Johnsoh will' retain the chief of
police title, arid his assignment
in the new agency will be
commanding the contingent of
officers working the city of
Starke zone.
Johnson says he is interested .
in' any grogram -that is
beneficial ~fr the city and
county, but` has some
reservation about a reduction
.in (police) service. It is
difficult to disagree with that
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Man attacks
homeowners
with rake
Ja "Tasnickn~ind "tHapt
hospital for treatment of
injuries sustained whein he
allegedly attarlcke Law\\tcy
homeowners w\ithi a rake, said
Capt. Brad Smithi of the
Bradford Clounty' Sheriff's

10h 11 dent ha nc"d Jun
Terry Tut~ne 541. knocked on
the door oT a residence in
lawtey. Turner \\as know ink
buet warela on id spt f ed b'
name. When the male
homeowner answ\ered the door,
Turner .allegedly struck him
with a rake, causing a minor
injury to his leg.
The female homeowner then
struck Turner with a wooden
stick and the male homeowner
grabbed a porcelain doll and
struck Turner numerous times
in the head.
According to Capt: Smith,
when law enforcement arrived
on the scene,- both Turner and
the male homeowner were
transported to the hospital. The
homeowner was treated and
released, but T~urner was
ad m fitted .
SCapt. Smith said the motive
for the attack has not been
determined. Charges are
pending.

Starke man
Sentenced for
SeXUal aSSault
A Starke' man was recently
sentenced to 13-35 years in the
Pennsylvania Department -of
Cs ali g two gIrls in Lealn,
Colinty, Pa.
Raymond M. Shelly dr., 51
of Starke was sentenced by a
Pennsylvania judge for
sexually assaulting an e/ght-
yeitr-ol'd airl .between the
summer' of 2006 and January
of 200'7. He was also
sentenced for ~. sexually
assaulting a 14~-year-old girl on
multiple occasions in October
Cof t records indicate that
Shel I dneJ;t~he other of oie
In addition to the ~prison
senterice, he was ordered to
pay a fine of $1 ,000.

ifuv ulntarba dpe atoe sexpaled
tldeerours ault, e dng: in
the welfare of children,
corruption of minors and
indecent assault.

KH mans dies
after CraSh
With tfUC
diA es o~neahHrelagts nan
with p rke~dut ctor trail5 of
Keystone Heigh,ts was driving
a 1987 Ford pickup
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were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:

Kestan sHerahws was a rested
JS e T9 byON Clay CC u~n
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
origmnal charge of battery.
Willianii lrving Lilliston, 31,
Sof Keystone Heights was
arrested June 9 by CCSO
deputies on a warrant for lewd
or lascivious exhibition '
Brady Lockwood, 29, aof
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 9 by CCSO deputies for
possession. of' less. than 20
grams obf cannabis (marijuana)
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Troy McGee, 43, of Melrose
was arrested June 11 by CCSO
deputies for. DUI and refusing
to submit to testing.
Richard Brooking, 61, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jupe 13 by CCSO deputies for
causing an accident involving
property damage.
Bobby Reed, 59, of.
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 13 by CCSO deptities on

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.Woodland Drive, Keystone Heights, Florida) to ever again
pull a building permit in Putnam County as a contractor,
Subcontractor, or.under any d/b/a aliases.


The board took this action based on sworn testimony of-
Anderson's Financial Misconduct/Injury/Fraud, specifically
for:


1. His failure to pay a~ court-ordered judgment on the
counts of Fraud, Inducement to Fraud,' Breach of
.Contract, Unjuist Enrichment, and Florida Unfa'ir and
Deceptive Trade Practices.

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were "by all evidence defrauded terribly" by Anderson and
then voted unanimously to escalate their discipline from
"indermnite suspension" of his permitting privileges to
"permaW W~irivocation". Board. Chairman IDavid D yer said
that Ander~s~sn "does not need to contract mn Putnam County or
any other abunnty in the State of Florida according to what
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A 2003 Freightliner' semi
had been parked in the outside
lane by Jano Lee of Los
Angeles, Calif
Funderburk's pickup struck
mhe rear of te semi.
Charges are still pending.
Damage to the tractor-trailer
\vas estimated at $1,000. The
pickup was a total loss.

Assault
SUSnect

affeSted
m Cn June a, sa Providen e
attempted sexual assault of a
73-year-old female. He was
Apprehended the day after a
composite sketch was
distributed throughout the
county and news media.
Numerous tips led to th'e
arrest of Dorlee Holmes Jr.'
30, who is now in the Union
County Jail charged with
battery and sexual assault on
an elderly person.
4When Major Garry Seay of
the Union County Sheriff's
Office first made contact with
Holmes, Seay said he was
driving his green Kia and had
cut his hair, possibly in an
attempt to avoid being
identified by the composite
sketch. According to Seay,
Holmes voluntarily stated that
he did not mean to hurt the
victim, but had been looking at
pornography when something
came over him.
Just after 3 p.m. on June 7,
the 73-year-old Union County
female victim was out taking a
walk in the area of C.R.245 in
Lake Butler when Holmes
allegedly drove past her, then
exited his vehicle and
attempted to sexually assault
her. After she bravely fought
him off, he apologized and
retum ed to his car andhfled.sad
he' knows the public and 'the
sheriffs office have a vital
partnership and stated that the
efforts of his departinent and
the around-the-clock attention
of Major 'Seay brought this
case t a successful
conclusion. .
"We reaky appreciate the


public's help working this
together," he said. "We are
very glad the victim is OK and
she should be commended for
fighting off her attacker." .
This investigaton is stin
ongoing and other area assaults
are being looked into as well.

KH woman
sells bogus
tickets on

.Craisslist.com
bAc wording to na rep rte f'ed
Office Investigator R.L.
Scucci, a Keystone Heights
woman has been arrested after
usng Cal slist.cohm at seell

Golf T;ournament and the
Kentucky Derby.
Nicole Danae Little, 36, was
arrested June 14 on warrants
for two counts of grand theft
and two counts of scheming to
defraud. More charges are
pending,
Scucci reported that the case
came to his attention after a
circuit court judge in Clay
County, Mo., called CCSO to
report that she had purchased
tickets to the Masters and sent
a money order to Little at her
Keystone address. The judge
never received the tidkets, but
the money order had been
cashed.
As Scucci continued the
investigation, he fount) other
victims of the fraud. Masters
tickets had been purchased by,
but never delivered to, five
different victims as far away as
Virginia. The total amount of
Masters tickets purchased wa
$5,210, asof June 16.
On May 14,' Scucci was
contacted by a man in
Kentucky who had purchased
tickets to the Kentucky Derby
from Little ,through
Craigslist.com. The man never
received the tickets, although
the ~check for $2,500 .was
cashed.


a warrant for violation of
probation for an original
chargeof aggravated battery.
Jason Nordstrom, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 14 by CCSO deputies for
robbery and aggravated
battery.
Karl Baer, 38, of Melrose
was arrested June 11 by CCSO
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation.
Sean Wells, 19, of Keystone
bHeights was arr@ udtiJune lo6
aggravated ba try, res stin a
aggravated assault on a law
enforcement officer and child
neglect.
Roosevelt McDonald, 55, of
Raiford was arrested June 12
for non-support. He may purge
the charge by paying $2,000.
Celina Diane Woodard, 33,
of Webster was arrested June
12 for non-support. She may
purge the -charge by paying
$500.


John Christopher Bailey, 35,
of Jacksonville was arrested
June 12 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) offreers on
two counts of simple battery
and one count of resistmng an
tafce wiot0 viaenn e. ina
released on bond June 13.
K'eith Donniery Hazel, 25,
of Gainesville was arrested
June 12 by Hampton Pplice
Department (HPD) officers for
operating a motor vehicle with
Bosnuds na sdet a 50 end he
was released on bond June 12.
Michael Dillon Jones, 41, of
Starke was arrested June 12 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Ofcea(BCO )e putie sts
He was being held on no bond.
Byron Albert Rebberg, 46,
of Starke was arrested June 13
for violation of probation. He
was being held on no bond.
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Bond was set at $500 and she
was released on bond' June I1.
3SsaiEn Eiaeh Caen ta ,
June 11 by SPD officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released on
bond June i1.
Lisa Nichole Bruno, 30, o
Hapono was arrse i hel I
Bond was set at $500 and she
was released on bond June I1.

Bryant Edward Hankerson,
28, of Starke was arrested June
11 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bon8 was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as ofpress time. ~

Christopher Lep .Meeks, 24,
ofnLak Bulern was arrested
Sheriff's Office (UCSO)
Investigator Jerry Feltner for
forgery and trafficking in a
controlled substance after he
allegedly used false
prescriptions to ~obtain
Hydrocodone.
Christopher Ronald Petirce,
43, of Lake City was arrested
June 9 by UCSO Deputy Carl
Harilon on a warrant-for failure
to appear in court for a
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $4,000.
Jacr sni ewMitchelib 22,uof
10 by UCSO Deputy Hanlon
on two warrants for violation
of probation. He was being
held on no bond.


9 by Waldo Police Departmnent
officers for DUI. Bond was set
at $2,000. He was released
from the Bradford County Jail
on bond on June 10.
Chadley D. Richey, 28, of
Brooker was arrested June 9
by BCSO deputies on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond June 9.
Dew~ey Windell Moore, 23,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 9 for violation of
probation. He was being held
on no bond.
Richard B. Weis, 19, of
Starke was arrested June 9 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he was released
on bond June 10.

St an ewRay rHarris] er bof
BCSO deputies for simple
battery and possession of less
than 20 grams of cannabis.
TCotal bond was set at $10,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Michael Peterson, 33, of
Jacksonville was arrested June
9 by BCSO deputies f-or failure
to appear in court on bail for
an original misdemeanor ;
charge. Bond was set at $4,000
and he was released on bond
June 9).

Suak ins aD este dun e180 bef
SPD officers for robbery and
siniple battery. Total bond was
set at $6,000 and he was
released on bond June I1.

Ha p nR na Craw od 2,u 100
by BCSO deputies for
p sssin oonda controlled
$15,000 and she was released
on bond June Il 1!
Deena L. Crawford, 29, of
Hampton was arrested June 10


by BCSO deputies for
introducing contraband into
the county jail, possession of
drug paraphernalia, driving
wasth a suspaendaer license and
playing anatrddie'
license. Total bond was set at
$7,000 and she was released
on bond Junell-
Ulysses Tyrone Dommon,
35, of Starke was arrested June
10 by BCSO deputies donon-
his own recognizance June 12.
Susan Joan Bailey, 45, of
Starke was arrested.June 10 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Cash bond was set at $201 and
she was released: on bond June
10.

St~andrasBae eFdishuenr,8, f
BCSO deputies for grand theft.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she was released on bond June
11.
Joshua A. Smith, 20, of
Starke was arrested June 11 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon-
Bond was set at $25,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Darian Demetrius Clay, 23 *
of Gainesville was arrested
June 11 for failure to appear in
cmr esnabail fora0 aorgn l
remained in jail as of press
time.
Virgil 'Lee Jr., 22, of
Gainesy Ile was arrested June
11 forb flur t appear in equrt
misdemeanor ch~a ge.anBon
remained in jail as of press
time.
~Sharlee Doke, 28, of
Branson was arrested June 11 '
by SPD officers for retail theft.


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Melrose is working toward a
bachelor of fine arts degree
from the Savannah College of
Art and Design in -Savannah,
GMills was recently named to
the dean's list for the winter
quarter of 2008.
Full-time undergraduate
students who earn a grade
point average of 3.5 or above
for the quarter receive
recognition on the dean's list.

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Gree~n Cove Springs was
arrested June 13 by HPID
officers as being a habitual
traffic offender and for giving
a false name to law
enforcement ol'ficerls. fotal
bond w~as set at $3,500 and shie
was released on bond June 14.
John Allen tGouge, 52, of
Waldo was arrested Jlune 13 by
HPDL officers fo~r DUL. Bond
was set at $2.000 and hie was
retleased on bond June 14.
SEdward Dean Fox, 56, of
Keystone Hleights was arrested
Junie 14 by Starke Police
Departm-ent (SPD) officers for
Sope~rating a motor vehicle with
ii "itspen ,' 'tnse. Bonnde w
jail as of press time.
Lanorris Bernar~d Jackson,
34, of Starke was arrested June
14 for violation of probation.
He was being held on no bond.
Carol Marie L~unde, 46, of
Starke was arrested june 15 by
SPD officers for failure to
appear in court on bail for an
original misdemeanor charge
Bond, was set at $4,000 an
she remained in jail as of press 3
t ime.
Charles Arthur Futch, 24, of
brooe wads aree June

$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time,
James Robert Ellis, 25, of
Jakesonville was arrested June
8 for failure to appear in court
on an original misdemeanor
charge. He w released on his

Robert Olin Fulgham Sr.,
52,.of Starke was arrested June
8 by BCSO deputies for
dedingwhile license ais
improper licensing of a
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Jerry Ray B~ennefield, 35, of
Raiford was arrested June 8 by
BSTOpdeppute sfo ndealing m
at $20,000 and he \\ as releasedl
on bond June 11i.
Steven Paul Hendersonl. 30.
of Starke was charged June 8
by BCSO deputies n ilh three
counts of failure to appear in
misdemeanor charge-, TotLP
bond was set at $4.1000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

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on Palmetto St. behind Ace
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play July 6.
Games wSIl be played at
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Tuesday at the Edwards Road
and Thomias Street complexes.
Each team must havea
minimum ~of 12 players. Co-ed
teams must have at least three
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Theressa Fire Department,
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school beyond getting
attention and causing lots of
disruption.
Recently, we have seen
many private schools
aggressively recruiting our
local kids to be a part of that
school experience. I can see
why lots of parents opt for that
situation. Sadly, it takes those
parents and kids we need as
role models and help to have
good public schools.
I have talked to local high
school teachers who teach
upper level courses bit
complain that even' those kids
do not want to put forth the
effort to excel and want to just
slide by. ~Sometimes .1 think
our culture encourages mostly
a spectator type of attitude
instead of getting involved and
working hard at something.
Schools do have an enormous
task of competing with all the
technological games and
diversions inundating society
these days.
Kids are bored with school
after all the entertainment
offered by Madison Ave. I see
it more'as a family issue than
societal. Families who car
about education and want their
kids to have more options in
adulthood will be more
involved with their kids'
learning.
I used to think it was the
'"prison" effect whereby
parents just thought after high
school my kid can go get a
decent job working at the
prison. But I see Union-
County kids doing way better
in middle school and high
school and that county is
almost prison saturated.
What I do know is that many
of our elementary schools are
working hard at student
achievement and most of the
teachers I associate With care
about their kids and do the
right things. .Hampton
Eemtaro eha asiexd A's in as
year and along with Southside
Elementary. Middle school is
a totally different animal and if
I was leading I would scour the
area to find that great leader
for our middle school who can
;nspire teachers and kids alike.


We do no one justice turning
out mediocrity with so many
good colleges nearby. When
parents begin to care more
about re~aing and math instead
of cheerleading and sports then
w~e will see the day our kids
start leading the area in
academic achiev'ement.
Please, don't take this as an
attack on the parenting in
Bradford County. We are all in
this together. Most teachers
have kids in our system and
seriously' care about our
schbols.
One group can't do it alone.
It will take parents, teachers
and kids getting involved and
working lfard to make our
rh nls better


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they said, "Here, you need
this." The neighbors have
overwhelmed us with their
generosity and concern.
Different religious groups
prayed and our congregation at
the Kingdom Hall gave
Christian support.
For everything, words can
hardly express our
appreciation. Thank you very
much, w~e love you.
Paula Ivey. daughter Elizabeth
Ivey and her dog, Spencer

Exchange
Student
than ks

COm10Unity
Dear Editor.
My name is Yi Ren and I'm
a Chinese exchange student. I
arrived in Union County last
August, and have attended
Union County High School as
a senior.
As the school year is now
oven, I vil go back to Cmna
to expresshaly a poeciatio to
make my experience
wonderful
First, thanks must go to my


great host family, Harold, Jane
and Mariah Griner who opened
their home to me. They helped
me a lot, and made me feel like
a family member. To them, I
will always be grateful.
Second, I want to say thanks
to everyone at U~CHS,
especially Mrs. Allen and Mr.
Rip. I really enjoyed the time I
spent with all of my classmates
and teachers. I loved all classes
I had at UCHS--ag, JROT`C,
government, chemistry, etc.
I'd also like to take this
opportunity to thank my PAX
(Program of Academic
Exchange) community
coordinator, Dawn Brow\n,
who arranged my placement
here, findings my great host
family, high school and
community.
Finally, I want to say thanks
to the people of Lake Butler,
who welcomed me into the
community, showed great
interest and 'curiosity about me
and my motherland- China.
All in all, I hope other PAX
exchange students will hav'e
the opportunity I have had here
in Lake Butter. You are very
special, nice people and I- will
always remember you.
Withr thanks and love,
Yi Ren2


so many we need to thank but
I'd like to take a moment to
thank a few: Hope Christian
Academy, Madison Street
Baptist Church, Clay Electric,
Faith Riders, Grannie's.
Country Cookin', Davis
Trucking, Ann at Hometown
Realty, Louise Lee, who is
always there to give us a hand
and advice, Kevin Crawford
and Timothy Lee who cooked
meat for two days prior -to a
fundraiser, Chris and Heather
who organized the poker run,
and all those who participated
even though it was supposed to
rain.
Thank you to Kyle who
donated his portion of his
winnings to us, to the unnamed
man who rode Caleb and
Christopher on his motorcycle.
Thank you all for stepping up
to help your community.
Please check' out -Caleb
Stroble's progress on
caringbridge.com, and again,
thank you. '
Tommy, Cheyenne, Kayla
Chris and Caleb

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Dear Editor:
I was saddened by the letter
to the editor this week from the
family regarading their
children's experiences in our
school system. Then I could
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vandalism story at the high
school and the resulting in
many hard feelings.
Many people would .say,
"What is wrong with our
schools and our kids?": As a
teacher in this system for many
years I can tell you there are
no easy answer~s. One thing is
certain about our schools, the
t eirr kpid adP r sho Is th
more success we" can have.
From a teacher's stand~pont we
see so many kids who' seem to
have nobody who cares about
them or their school work.
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supposed- to make sure dmy
daughter as mtherei Ie~ qpda
Parents have jobs, and last I
Looked, I cannot afford to work
part time. It does not make any
sense to me and maybe you
don't care, but I know the
parents and teachers and
people who don't even have
kds mn school b eteexpressed
teir disgust wit te FA
laws.
' The letter I received from
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choose to not have your child
attend, they will be retained,
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2009/2010 school year.
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BC student
should be
recognized, too
Dear Editor:
I am writing in reference to
the "KH student is
WhataStar" story and photo in
the Bradford County Telegraph
on June I1, page 10a. The
headline of the story refers to a
Keystone Heights High School
student and the article
highlights Katie Gillard as
being chosen for a WhataStar
by -the WhataBurger
Corporation. It also tells of her
accomplishments at KHHS. I
say, congratulations, Katie.
This letter is not intended to
take anything away fmom Katie.
However, if you read the photo
caption (not the article), it
stated that a Bradford High
school student, Courtney
Sexton, was also selected as a
WhI blee that the reporter (do
not know who since there
wasn't a byline) Was very
biased in his/her reporting.
.Why is there no mention of
Courtney in the article? What
about her accomplishments?
Jlust for the record, Courtney
ut tshe rnin eissFFlorda
n xto schoolB .ea she will be ea
freshman year, Courtney was a
me twr of the m jorette tean

sophomore years, Courtney
was a member of,,the girls
cheerleader.'She wsa~!select~d
to be a~ member of the varsity
cheerleader squad ~for 'the ~

member of the yearbook staff,
Alpha Phi Beta and executive
board secretary of the student
go ent chosen as a
WhataStar is indeed an honor
fo b th lKai anda ourtney I
students were chosen out of all
the students in' Northeast
Florida. We have great
students in 9ll the area
sh o~ ur smtw uele e ph ao l
not be biased on their
reporting of the area school
eAgan, Oc rt lations to
Katie and Courtney.
Christie Torode

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and a 2007 graduate of the
University of Florida. She is
currently employed at L~ake
Butler Middle School where
she is an agriculture
teacher/advisor.
Travis is the son of Tommy
and Darlene Bailey of Lake
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and Mickie Robinson, also of
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Christian Academy. He is
currently employed with the
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler,
The couple's~ wedding w\ill
be held at First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler on June 20,
2009, at 4 p.m. A reception
will be held at the Lake Butler
Elementary School cafeteria
immediately fol lowvi ng the
ceremony.
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Megan~ Torode
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Lake Butler and the
granddaughter of Elery and
Katheryne `Griffis' of Lake
Butler, Wendle and Blanche
Nettles of L~ake City and
Martie Parrish.of Barboury lie'
SKanddau dter tf Luc ll
Arnold of Lake Butler.
She. is a 2003 graduate of
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Crawford, escorted her down
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Maid of honor and
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black chiffon gowns and
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Sheri Johnson and Kara
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grandchildren, Bobby Herring,
Margaux ,Herring and Jessica
Johnson,
A memorial service will be held
Thursday, June -18, at 11 Ia.m. in
the Melrose United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Rick
Thompson officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home,
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Floyd Rainey
LAWTEY-Floyd Rainey, 80,
of Lawtey, died June 3, 2 ,~ at
Haven Hospice in Gainesvill'e.
Born in Ames, iowa, Mr.
Rainey was a retired mechanic.
Survivors include his wife,
MaryAnn; his sons, Michael
Rainey of Woodruff, S.C. and
Rodney of Callahan; six
, grandchildren and one great-
grndchild.
PA memlifoial service wlill be held
on June 28, 2009, at 12:30) p.m; at
Figst. Presbyterian Churds of
Starke. All friends and family are
welcome to attend.
Arrangements are under the
care dlWorth .Cremation.

Sil~y n ulis
LAKE BUTLER-Sally ~Anner
Jenkins. Rollins, 68, of Lake
Butler, died Wednesday, June 10,
2009, at Haven Hospice its Lake
City following an extended illness.
Born in Miami, Mrs. Rollins
Shad lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was a retired floist
.ad a member 6f the First Baptist
SChusrh o~f take Butrler.She was
precddeed in death by her husband.
Ed Rollins and her parents,Twm
and Crystal Ellis Jenkinrs.
Survivors include two sons.
SWayne (KIrn)-Rollins and Gmen
Rolling, all of ~lake Butler;~ two
sisters, Ruby (Danny) Williams
and Meally Jenksins, both of Lake
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all of her adult ille. ane was a
devoted daughter and sibling,
loving supportive wife to Thomas
S. Triest and William H. Pribble;
caring aunt to numerous nieces
and nephews; but the roles she
cherished most were mother'
grandmother and great-
grandmother to her family and
surrogate mom to dozens of her
kids' friends. There were no
strangers at her table, just friends
she hadn't met -yet.. .Porto
retirement, Mrs. Pribble was the
manager of P&J Quik Stop in
Lake Geneva for many years.
Survivors include her brother,
Donald E. (Peggy) Neel of Starke;
four children, Thomas A. (Janel)
Triest of Keystone Heights, Ann
(Al) Klein of Interlachen, Leon S.
(LuAnn) Triest of Keystone
Heights and Brenda (Jimmy)
Nooney of Keystone Heights; nine
grandchildren, 17 great.
grandchildren, 18 nieces and
nephews and many members of
her extended family and countless
friends who knew her as Ms. Inez,
Aunt Nez, Mama Triest or simply
Nanny.
Funeral services were held
Friday, June 12, ~iri~ the funeral
home chapel with Pastor. Rob
Atchley officiating. Burial will be
in Hope Cemetery at a hiter date. -
In lieu of flowers, .the family
requests that contributions be
made to the American Diabetes
Association or the charity, of your
choice in memory of Mrs. Pribble.
dronceensmd aga ru &e the caie
of Ke stone Heights
PAID OBRUARY


Juanita Brewer
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Juanita Varney Brewer, 87, of
Jackisonville, formerly of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
June 13, 2009, at her home.
Born in Mingo County, W. Va.,
Mrs. Brewer was the daughter of
William and -Lula Cannada
Varney.
Mrs. Brewer was a homemaker
and member of the Pentecostal
Church of Orange Park. She was
,preceded in death by her husband,
Emmitt Ray Brewer.
Survivors include her children,
Ray Brewer and his wife, Vondo,
of Athens, Tenn., Gary Brewer
and his wife, Jenny, of CJallahan, .
Brenda Johnson and Wanda
:-Moore and her husband, Jerry, all
of Jacksonville; a brother, Luther
Varney of West Virginia; eight
grandchildren and 13 -great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brewer were held Wednesday,
June 17, at the funeral home
chapel with Bishop C. Cody
Thompson ~officiating. Burial was
in Keystone Heights Cemetery
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.



On RKlone Lno
STARKE--d ir,8,of Starke or o
June 14, 2009, at E.T. York Haven
Hospice Center.
Born. in' Starke, he was the son
of Lonnie -L. Crawford Sr. and
Annie Bell Crawford. A lifelong
resident of Stacke A:nd member of
the Nejic- Hoje' Primitive Baptist
.Chrlich of: Lacrosse. Mr. Crawford
enjoyed farming, gardening, and
was a avid G oby sa Hro ws
Neal Crawford and Donsihue
C awfi and a son, Randy
S~urvivojrs include his Tife` of
seven years, Alberta Crawford of
Strke a sontarCharl s Ray
dau hters, oColleen eCarroll op
Gainesville and Debbie Sapp of
Starke; his brothers, Dewitt C.
Crawford, Rudolph Crawford
andAnthn Cra fod; a itrd
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-John
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lifelong resident of the Keystone
Heights area, died suddenly
Wednesday, June 10, 2009, in a
vehicle accident while on his.way
to work.
Jack had over 30 years of
service with DrlPont and his
vocation was his Iamily, friends
and fishing.
The immediate fampjy left to
mourn his passing includes his
w~ife of 33. years, Kathy
Funderburk of Keystone Heights;
his daughter, Kendra Booth and
her husband, Bill,,of Navarre; a
son, Jason Funderburk of Ft.
Walton Beach; his mother, Betty
Funderburk of Keystone Heights;
his brother, Michael Funderburk
and his wife, Susie, of Gainesville.
The extended family saddened by
his passing is everyone else who
knew him, each of whom would
say, "Fveryone liked Jack."
A memorial service to celebrate
Jack's life was held Sunday, June ,
14, in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home in Keystone Heights. In lieu
of flowers, the family asks that
contributions please be made to
the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranches .
Inc. at P.O. Box 2000, Boys
`Ranch, FL 32064. Arrangements
were under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone P TUARY


H en ry Md ic h
'HAMPTON-Henry Andrew
Mil~ich, 69, of Hampton, died
Tuesday, June 2, 2009, at his
residence.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
DM lich wa the on of Ande wa
moved to Hampton four months
agt from eWiscoe a en walsa a
manager.
Survivors include his wife of 29
years, Alice Malanowscki-
Kowalski Milich of Hampton; his
children, Michael Milich of
Oklahoma, Shelly YateS' 'of
Minnesota. Ron Kowalski (Penpy)


of Waldo, James Kowalski of
Illinois; a brother, Carl Milich of
Arizona and five grandchildren.
Funeral services are private.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.


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Edward Post Jr.


Edward PoSt Jr.
MELROSE-Edward "Ed" Lee
Post Jr., 95, died Sunda June 14.
2009, in Shands Hos ital in
Ga nsvlie
nesit in Lost Creek, W. Va ,
where he grew u married his
beloved wife, Lucill Spak Po
Hollywood in .1957. After
returning in 1980, he and his wife
moved to Melrose where he has
enjoyed living for 29 years,
Mr. Post, served his country
.during World War II as a
lieutenant junior grade in the U.S.
Navy serving on mine sweepers
and L;Cl's in the Pacific as a
mchanincal engineering special ste
automobile business from an early
age he pngdhis da in tte nu
war, he became a business partner
with his dad. He continued
wo kng in thk Cev 1 st b s ns
spending over 50 ~yelirs in the
automobile industry.
Mr. Post and his wife, Lucille,
celebrated their 50th avedding


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STARKE-Gladys Torres, 78, of
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Born in San Juan, Puerto Riibo,
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public school system in Brooklyn
and was of the Baptist faith alid a
vrduate d hanubiaaUnivrwsited

indahsb his father, Sidney J.
Survivors 'include his wife,
Rona Williams of Brooklyn, his
rna er; Crsin 1 Willaus aof
Williams qf Ft. Lauderdale, L~alila
W~illiams of Brooklyn, Jamilah
Williams of Queens, 14t.Y.- and
Saeuat Waller of San Antoni ,

Wilsof Yo la se, N.; *nna
three grandchildren.
. Funeral services. for Mr;
Williams will be held at 11 a.m.
Saturday, June 20, 2009, in the
New Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church of~ Starke,~ with the Rev.

Rev osep o lliamsi eungisthe
C edry will be in Oddfell w
direction of HIaile' Funeral Home
of StarkJe.: isitation will be held
Friday, June - 19, at~ Haile .
Memorial Chapel; family hour is
from 4 .p.m. to' 5 p~m.; friends
flabm 5 p~m. to 8 p.m. and viewing
will be one hour prior to service
on Saturday at the church.,.


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$8900 or trade. Call Bev-
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44
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2 35-1287 after2:30pm.
2003 250 TRAIL BLAZER
Polaris. Low miles, per-
fect condition, $1800
OBO. .904-364-3802
80AT FOR SALE 16' Cobia,
center console with 70
HR, Chryster 'motor, runs
good. Extra prop, new
starter. $2200 OBO. Call
,Milte904-364-7026.
45
Land. for Sale .
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 acres, beautiful high
anddlypasture land. Mo-
bile homes a~nd horses al-
lowed. Askin'g$25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith R~ea4ty 9 442
(ownerlagent).
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA nice quiet neigh- ~
bcal d4916-508 or rbod
284-7608.
6 ACRES IN MACCLENNY,.
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*Land Cleaming *Demolition
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*Driveways *ahu
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Owner: Kerryr Whitford


Thomasville, Ga. for several
years, she and her late husband,
James R. Wilson, moved to Lake
sButler en 1 here smea as died
member of the First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler.
Survivors include two sons,
Randy Wilson (Sherry) of Allen,
Texas and Jerry Wilson (Audrey)
of Lake Butler; four grandchildren
and five areat-grandchildren.


Donald ~
Wilkinson
PITTSBURGH, PA.-Donald
Regis Wilkinson, 74, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., died Friday, June
12, 2009, at the IS.T. York Haven
Hospice Center in Gainesville.
Mr. Wilkinson lived in
Jacksonville for 27 years before
retiring from. Reynolds Smith and
Hills and moving to Starke. He
also served in the Korean War in
the U.S. Army and was a lifetime
member of the Veterans of
Underage Military Service.
Survivors include his wife
Patricia Wilktinson of Starke; his
daughters, K~imberly Cosgrove of
Clearwater; DonakL Thiel of
Jacksonville and Kristina Barrett
of Oldsmar; his sister, Lorraine
Bufenttis rePhoenix, Ariz. and
Graveside funeral serviices were
held at Jacksonville National
Cemetery on Tuesday, June I6,
2009, ubder the care of Archie
Tanner F~uneral Services of Starke.
q s tiu7 niws sth mfamig
Mr. Wilkinson's name to Haven
Hospice of Gainesville.

Floren~ce Wilson

PridgeKE Wilsn 1~3Lff ld oen
Butler, died peacefully at the
Macclenny Care and
Reha Hltationn Tueenterun an
2009.
Born in Hazelhurst, Ga., Mrs,
Wilson was the daughter of Willie
d Pridg~eon a d Si ah Cook


Funeral services will be held
Friday, June 19, at 11 a.m. in the'
First Baptist Church of lake
Butler with P stor Arthur Peterson

officiating. Buriad will be in Dekle
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. The';':'?
family wvill receive friends at the
funeral home on Thursday
evening from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Mjany thanks to all for
love and su port after
the death of our beloved
0 omma,
Gayle Andews Hurst


.Daddy Carl, SYe, Andrw,
Sutuc Mar and Dawa
,would like to thank all family
'and friends for the many
~ mssaesofsympathyX cads,
flo er enddonations neived
for their cent less ofMomma
Gayle. Heartfelt thanks to the
doctors and stafcofthe ICU


to ig cadimxended to Da d
.alan l of hruiy.
-Smncere thanks to First Btist

funer c sevd-ns cha &
beautridit location. Also to Lila
Sellars. MariaaSellers, Dew
Andrews a~nd Merry Dennison
f making heos rce as0 .
SA thank you to Archie Timer
Funeral Htiome in theer
sensitive attention to detail in
overseeing the funeral
arrangements.
To New River Baptist Church,
Momma always felt like she
As hmletwh n she twas there.
Pris to nd Lisa Ttum fo~r
organizing the food and
.everyone who helped serve
food to the family. IThe dinner
was .beautyide
Finally, words cannot express
our gratitude to all ofthe
jinnily and fiends who took
th i~ t o pr pmfo in a i

We are forever gmel 1to all
who have helped ues Irough ~
the loss ofMomma Gayle.


I
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.Pearline Sutton

Pearline Sutton
SSTARK9 P ainitarkSwil e
Thursday, June I1,. 2 0, at .
Shanids Starke following B brief
-illness.
Bou i onde Cdnthy, G .

Dalton and Etta ~Swilley and
moved to Starkre seven yea~s~ ago
.from Auburndale. She had retired :
from Kraft Foods, working .for
over 30 hlarand-wras a member
of the ahreh of God faith. In
addition ;to her parents, Mrs.

hr hsand ;~Suton. ad
cildren, ~Letr Is o.Lelr
Johnny Sutton-
Survivprs~ include three
daughters, Rosey Stephens of
Lake Wales, Sy~bil DempseL a~nd
Alice Sorsell, both of' Starkre; a
son', James M. Sutton of Lake
Butler; 20 grandchildren, 29 great-
grn idre d and 12 great-jgreat-

Ciravessoe funeral services were
held; T.Tiiesda'y," Jume. 16, in
Aiuburpdale Memorial Park in
Aubuirndale, with the Revr. Marty


Starke Academy~
''Of DaBCC
proudly presents it's
8th Annual Show

Sat;uday, June 20, 5-8 pm
at the BHS Auditorium

Doors open at 4:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10
Age 4 & under are FREE!


REPO, 2005 FLEETWOOD uos, large living roor y ings; 2,400 sq. ft., granite ;
3BR/2BA, 24 x 48. Lap ~~~NEWLY RENOVTlliBG2&.8 I;:5'g 'RoP 3MI~ljl FeP:ll((is% CopITI~rnirCpgrry;ellPS b iggs
b' idinig, shingle roof, skirt- "BR hbmesit~tiatiigdike can *;0-236E+019 1 --&sunrdesslss appliances In
ing, free delivery & setup: butler. Depos.I requ~red MELROSE HOUSE FOR 'kitchen. Contact Randy~~
$33,473, can f finance. Call 678-438-6828 or LEASE,28R/2BA, down- .at 904-263-0530.
Call 386-344-9452, ask .. 678-438-2865. f'owit. $650/mo., f irst, 3BR/2BADW MH on acre, :
eMUST SELL 1 ONE MDONBH FREE. 2 at & ebcurity. 3Serv e CHIA. Service diml. s '
x 70 REDMAN 2BR/2BA, $579. WID hook-ups, 3094. Call 352-468-3221.
super clean, vinyl siding, fitness center, computer: 3BR/2BA HOUSE, tile MOBILE HOME 2BR/1BA .
shingle roof, A/C, skirting, room, pool. Pets wel- floors, fireplace, granite smallSW, on nice private
$19,500, must see! .Call come. Whispering Oaks counters, lake access. wooded lot in Melrose.
386-344-9452. Free 10 x Apartments, 904-368- Keystone Heights School $330/mo & $150 deposit;
2U screen room, ask Wo000T7. G3BRst dep i$00Ca 2 H 35-1 31 SSILE

hoesaB use 99ies 080 mesen $4 mso nd HOM INdSTARK .12it $350kno Sutilite s$1s500/
2 BR/2B -D$23o9n95 garar e edard and home nighborhooda 3B1 BA, St. pas c~al 1 r Corbin
$26,995.00. All homes 496-2777- scre nedinback orchfor 3BR/1BA HOUSE FOR
include setup & delivery, morning coffee or relaxing RENT in town (Starke). ,
A/C & skirting. Call 386- STARKE, 3BR/1BA, near in the evening. Back $625/mo ,B deposit. Call
344-9452, ask for Bruce. school. AII new carpet, yard is fenced, and faces 386-793-4446NT.1
2, 3, 4 & 5BR MOBILE kitchen & fenced in back enfl.Ma reidLA EYPR ENS1
HOMES at discount pric- yard. $700/mo, plus $750 coples in area. Great. 2 & 3 BR. Rental assis-
es, See yourself saving security dep. Service hmfoodecupeor tance may be available,:


Chuck, 352-335-9315, REDONE. Double car plus deposit. Call 724- 782-3531. This institution.
ext. 17. garage behind house. 877679 or 814-257- isaeqaoprtiy
GOVT FBN. ABVA LABL 00/mo2& $8500 scurity CAMPER TRALE LOT Squa I, 3dR P S
Includes delivery, set-up, 2 BR 11BA ON GOL F FOR rent in country. Utili- 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms.
A/C, heat, steps, skirting, COURSE at Keystone. ties included, call 352- Rental assistance may
,lns.Tocreainn s r iea I aomly C S6 L CA31LE8RRFOR rnt etart S $7 e QA
~startingat$19,995. Used licensed real estate bro- in~clded, call 352-468- NITY. Call352-475-5109.
Chuc k5-3915 K 10BONaLAKEFRONT .KE2BSATNEoHEIG TSB Ts iio qa
TIRex D7F ALL EXTRAS Safe, peaceful setting, to town, $600 per month 2/2 S oG WIDEOIE MOIL
& H DrEN ofts ris shady oaks dl u~p kee & + 2-00securt deposit. HOMEdb $50202mo. plus
to serve you in your new it feels to live in paradise 4BR/2.5BA HOUSE FOR 53rd Ave., Lawtey Ser- -
mobile home buyifig ex- for $525/mo. & deposit. RENT/ShALE. 2Ss1toy vice animals only. Gar-
ceien e linw anno da 3B3R5 1B HUE just out- city Iri its ,mar e rarkde sevice in d di n
Straight talk, ali financing side Starke city limits, completely remodeled, 904-796-0177 or 904-
types available. You will yard, washer/dryer hook- hardwood floors, highoceil- 796-0501.
Save $$$. Before you talk .
Elsewhere, talk to Chuctc,
352-335-9351, ext. 17.
50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 BED-
ROOM MH, clean, close
to prison. Call 352-468-
1323.


48
Ho 98 for Sale
1-iAND MA~N SP E C IAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
CUS OM HOE BUILD-
ERS. %all Stevenson
Wonstr ctionbuiold li
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
~SrtvensonChom~e uid-

2 SBTRY 3H SE,~ 2000
metaltrof,B B~w~letrcea
tlum ineg Al ,0 ploing
son:'St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
3.4 ACRES WITH 3BR/2BA
HOUSE. Remodeled
interior, new metal roof 3
decks, partially furnished

ftic tae2 6ie Ws
Ave., 352-213-1306.
3BR/2BA, 2 STORY HOME
wt irnt. Re %delacr i
:2002,. Owe $250,000,
asking $250,000. Call
90 -364-3802

MObile Homes

20 9, 32 x 68 4BR/2BA.
Will sell for invoice. Call '

2408 28 x 23R/282A
"Must Go", will sell at
in 5 d all Lewyn 904-
REDUCEDI AII lot rtodels, ~
3BRO/28 W -2N STATE
prprty, 1800 Sq. Ft
pr e'2 stog shed
inback. Caa@ 86-431s
9242
USED' DOUBLE, 1993 Su-
rBR Inn.Al forest
in screen room, free
se up & delivery $24,400
call 386-344-9 52, ask fo
Bruce


ACREAGE & FARMS, BAK-
ER Counly 40 acres
10 120 acres, starllmg
at $4000 per acre, 904-
259-8028.
UNION COUNTY, ACRES
ClOs to ulu ow erd f
down, payments approx.
53~0/mo. Zoned homes
or mobile homes, 386-
365-8705.
"PRICE REDUCED BY
550e 0 1 lbaut fu
tkre d edples8k. ed

Penty of widlf out e
off of 315C, K ( on
Heights. For SaeB
Owner, call 904 384-4677
for more into
47 '
Commercial

FrOpeet (Rent,
OFFICE SPACEe LATED
downtown Starke. Of-
fico has receipt iv ara
offices m estrooms and
i kitchen. Lease $750 pr


m nth. call, 904-964- 30

aStre for I Iealfo
medical, lex Io ta raccutr
iang r busires ou ices yu
andtaes, oris 4U5ffices

andE ataxs Call 352-275-
8531 tfodlaye for a wlk

mediac neal acSou0
Bradford nustials Parke.
$0mofor $9 each bay. utlte
Smth & mit Relty
OFFICESPACE FORRENT
Afespaid forornl$ 3,00/
Bdoffce winutha 3sparateof
fmices 2 bathoms breakty

Excllferi oppotuit for n$3

nice, privh3seate offie al

houese. AI brooms, occu-
pieledt $275,000, Ca for

details, 904-891-6779.


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42MUotor Vehicles -
UR s&LCampers

4SelEtat Out of Area
47Comenesal Praerly
48HomesforSale
49Mobile Homes for Sale
50For Rent
51 LbstFound
52Animals&8Pets
53Yard Sales
54Key'stone Yard Sales .
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57For Safe
S58Building Materais t
59Personal Services
a Serel IaServices
BZatilonmravel
6Bausiness Opportunity
661nvestment Opportuty ~
67IHunting Land for Rent
68Rent to Own
69Food Supplements
70SelfStorage
72ZSporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment ~
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City; five brothers, Ricky (Mary)
rlenkins. Mike- (L~inda) ..Iantins,
Dam (Karen) Jenkins Jr., all of
Lake Butler; two grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, June 16, .at the First
Baptist Church of Lake Butler
with the Rev. Jason Johns and
Judge David Reiman officiating.
Burial was in Dekle Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.


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.Friday, June 19, 11am 2pm
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Keenan




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352-~473-~4420

3521603-3318


HOmes For Rent
mes, L~ake Homes, IVobile Homes &
cation Properties for Rent in. the
199ne MerSe, 15arke Ha Oh00rne

,nth~. Apartments in' Starke starting
$350 per month.
Call fOf F~ree List
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Ap art menats

ONE MONTH FREE

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Walking Distance to School
Pets Welcome!

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1 AND 2 ;

CEDROOMn APARTMENTS

IERITIAGE VILLAS
AciPARTM~ENTS
71 Bralciford Co rt St rke, FL

904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only .
call 800-955-8771
jL HandicappedAccessible
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Provider and mployer 8,M


Good home for young couple or retiree. Well
kept yard! Driveway & carport. $95 900
Call Sheila Daugherty, Realtorti

. 904-964-6708

or 352-235-1131 Smith&8Smith Realty


C ysal Lake Homesites
Access to lake with memb~ershlip,
4BR/2BA, walk-in closets, new
wood floors, double garage, 1-year
home warranty.
$209,900


OPEN HOUSE June 20 ll:30am 3pm
1300 S.E. 35TH STREET KEYSTONE~ HEIGHTS, FL
Immaculate 3BR/2BA 2004 Home close to Gainesville and Ora ge Park w/vaulted
ceiling s black marble fireplace. in LR. Stainless steel a pliances & WI incl. Bdiing fans,
gladnscand n t ncd 10 YEA Ic 5Ed cARRe .........p...wl B4, .... .
CALL 352-478-214;0 for directions


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904-964-EXIT

*EXT RE TY ECEL 107-C Edwards Rd., Starke, FL








Waterfront Lot


Well, septic, electricity, Inice dock area
with boat lift. Price reduced over.

$150,000 below original listed price to


$399,000

Ready (Or your dream home!


iFaullmer Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail .com


1200 sq. ft. Lyring Area, 3BR/2BA

Keystone Golf &-Country Club
S.E. 43rdl S~treet

$8,000 Tax Credit ,0 M 84
for 1st time home buyers


W.D. Ittoore Construction "d 'o

(904) 486-0847 cell 2
(35 2) 473-8955 office -!RU


Out of Area' Classif ieds


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to 19th Lane, 2 homes
on Lane. Tons of Choch-
kees, knick-knacks,etc. 4
x 8 OSB, $3/sheet, other
lumber, tools, yard art,
D.W. fridge, exercise bike,
household plus, decora-
tor pc's, lamps, electric
scooters, foyer bench,
queen pineapple bed,
sheet sets, linens, de-
signer nurses, automatic
dog feeders, storage bins,
custom made banana
bike, board & educational
-games, comforter sets
satin, brand name cloth.
ing foi girls, infant to 24
mo., size 7-8 and boys
size 4-6 & 12-14. Chil-
dren's shoes, fabric & so
much more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
FR2. Sth m June 19R&
teen & pr -teesn gigamC tos
683Frcek Wa .
HUG EFSTE SALE, June
19h Joune 21t



resident. Take Hiwyr 21
oor owws 2 to Mlo e

nus stlem carm, tala
benches including dea-

.3Window

A/C Umnts
Tw r 12,000
Bt 1 iS 5,000.

$125"
fof 811 3.
Call an~d leave

mssag0 80


MOBILE HOME
SET-IIP
Break down,
transport & set
up. Years of
experience,
.licensed &
insured. `Some
repos also for

Or a84846 36


cons, large old tin & bottle
collections, pottery, many
old books, many nurs-
ery related items, many
planters, plants & yard
tools, dressers, rockers'
3 marble top chest, brass
beds, oak washstand,
parlor table, sewing ma-
chine, camping equip-
ment, khchenware, riding
mower a much more. To
much to mention alll!
3 FAMILY YARD SALE. You
don't want to miss this
onel Sat., June 20th only,
8am to ? 7717 Beachview
St. off SR 21 between
Fairway & Chatauqua.
Blue two story house, look
GrARGs ALE, INCLUDES
furniture. Sat., 9am to
2apt Keystone3Club Es-
53C
Lake Butler
Yord Sales
FRI: & SAT., 8:30am to 4pm,
under cover. Dinette set,
rocker, double dresser,


WantedV sad B

ba-d D, mcowaum T


my home. Call 352-468-
2684.
CHEAP LAWN SERVICE,
mow & weedeat, start-
ing at $30, call 904-964-
2466.
SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS:
mowers, weedeaters,
chain saws, buy/sell/
trade. Bestpricesaround!
Call 386-496-8431.
SWIM LESSONS, JUNE
29th July 3rd. 1 week
1 hr. per day ikk mi
at chi 2 3 569 or Nik.
02ki@msn com. Certified
& experienced.
HOME & OFFICE CLEAN-
1G tene 2 e monthly e -
ec aalable. Starke
Menoes avai evle'
surr din a eas. al
HAVE MOWER, WILL MOW
yours rd. Giveomeaacall!
Key toe, Mlo ae.
2arl,352-475-1278 or
CADREIEP LHEONW r

duigte da;wl i

keeig aad r eans
call 904-964-5405. Fu I
t me oru prt ti e, avail-
F FE ESTIMA ES.r Are y
Call 904-964-6387:


LILLIE PLANTS FOR SALE
Call 904-796-0177 or 904-
796-0501
15" LEATHER/SUEDE west-
ern saddle & new pad.
Asking $125, call 352-
485-1451
NEW 40 GALLON ELEC-
TFTIC reliance hot water
heater Asking$175,call
352-485-1451.
FOR SALE, 4x8 OSB PLY-
WOOD. $3/sheet, 50-100
sheets. Other lumber has
some damage, good for
pens, gardening, cages,
etc. 904-964-6794.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of trmited& water-da -
ing & raising Houses/
Bld s .Pieer Re lace en
mtes Danny (Buddy)
mla r 904-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
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KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL washers and dry-
ers, new type $95 and
up, each. Electric stove'
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
pointments', call 904-964-
8801.
RIDING MOWER FOR
SALE. Scott's 18 HP,
Kohler engine, 46 inch
cut, automatic. $500
OBO. 904-964-2466,
20 GAGE OU SHOTGUN
$400 OBO, great condi-
tion. Call 904-364-8069.
JAZZ POWER W EEL
s leg rest, used very little,
$,00. Call 904-782-
KENMORE, SIDE BY SIDE
refrigerator. $500, call
904-964-4822.
$125 FOR THREE WIN-



R eav Gmessage 386-49 -
TRIC GEORGE Forme
mh ~ril tb e aenad 4

wole 6 4new twin c m


STARKE 2BR/1BA SW Sta
MH, outside city limits. Sta
$450/mo 8 deposit, call Ibs
352-235-6319. , hea
3BR/1.5BA MH FOR RENT, to I
outside Starke city limits. 904
$500/mo & $500 deposit. info
Call 904-364-8513. see
HIGH-END STUDIO LOFT 52
_apartment's in downtown
Starke. Granite counter Ar
tops, stainless steel ap- pg
pliances, washer/dryer DOG
& wood floors. From DO
$675-$725 a month. Call the
786-525-1116. on
3BR/1BA OLDER FRAME incl
HOME. First, last, lease & cole
deposit. Service animals to I
only. $500/mo. Call 904- 904
964-4111. info
MOVE IN MADNESS SPE- SMAI
CIAL :$7020Bmov~es Mo~u g o
CHIA on acreage, WID ver
hoonkp kdi h asher an lov~
562-3408. OCCA
LAWTEY 2BR/1BA CON- TE~
CRETE block home, CH/ a h
A, fenced yard. Possible fee


94
1unnwtr Aece o v DO0BI
stock. On tkotin L 00) De
ho eah. Call 386-562- &

4 550.BOAdDeWos500/mo h "
386-431-1898, ask for FREE
Michelleior Ouida. Little
2/1.5 MOBILE HOME WITH 184
FRONTSCREENPORCH FREI
$5ND/mILT nReOtOa So7
senior discount. Call904. ho'
964-8218. Starke area. dre
FUHRONMSEHD B8R MOBIrE Be
fenced yard. Very clean, -



New premo Al led th c
$500/m ., $500 deposit

D ~BL aID3E ON3
ACRES; fenced back
yard, large deck & pol'
m 200 seurbeoit. ': i
904-753-7168.
STSUR rE 1 RMaNT r
ment, large living room,
big- kitchen with appli-
wa a ranger, .i dHA
co ri gsrands n 225dH
mo, 1st, last asys5secu- Vat


BArpt ood eck nitt mo
sun room, vertical &mini' at
blinds throughout. Nice '
big yard, quiet area. $575/
SE 49t Ae;- Sar~k~e7
6 2 468-1093, 904-571-
SKEYSTONE H~iGHTS MQ.
BIEhme ark tra le

352-473-4148.
SPECIAL 1/2 OF'F 15T ~
MONTH rent. 4BR/2BA,
Fireplace, washer/dryer
hok asCHIA e tim


STARKEnease r shopping
& cuereches. Reciendly
reno. va dnial 0/u u

AK t.Seto NT FE COT- *

'TK rde) dr tujfpin
unf urnilishe $875/mo.,

HMTNLAKE SNAFR ONT- I

TAE, 28lBA
South thru Hmtonu then
uahrdyr ba it
aar ""ii inldd
ufrnse 4-3604 2




atse Mgnola Htel or callg H



SHIRterri'spaer Last sen
on May 31st. off t. 6 n ,


rke, 1 to 2 miles from
;te Prison. Weighs 5
and is Silver w/blond
Id & no teeth, answers
Murphy. Please call
1-964-2687 with any
,rmation or if you have
,n him.

limals an d
ig
TAGS DOG TAGS -
G TAGS! Buy them at
Office Shop in Starke
Call St. Only $4.75,
uding postage.~ Many
ors, shapes and styles
choose from. Call
1-964-5764 for more
rmation.
LL DOG, FREE TO
w ho e. DaH r n
y affectionate and
es p~eop -4910 months
\SIONAL HORSE SIT.
R wanted. Needed for
orse that has special
ding' requirements.


clawsed Stail oked ea
utly $500;dcall
KITTENS TABBIES~
ertained. 352-213 dce
0,v Key shton. Tkn
E TOY POODLE.


pdot .ue,Fwel t ane
mie. Great with chil-
!n, AKC registered.
ge/peach color. Older


couple wants to travel
more. 352-478-1176.
53A
Starke Yard
Sales
BARGAIN PRICES, tools,
kitchenware, furniture,
craft supplies, nearly new
clothing. Fnj. & Sat., 504
w. cali street. .
YARD SALE, Sat., June
26th, 8am to 12pm. 4996
NW 177th St. (P~leasant
Grove) Furniture, clothing
& household items.
YARD SALE Sat., 8am to
4pm. Furniture, baby,
tools & lots of misc. stuff.
V7 fRstsale -Brita~y. CR
227/CR~~"' 18orhm
mile past Post Office on
Left be re Sam son River
8am to 3pm Pool tabl ,
camping supplies, mo -
ies, DVD's, clothes for
everyone & much more,
YARD SALE, PRI. & SAT.,
Sm to ? Hous hold

gun raks, .scelbn ro



(sz. 8-12) Ladies (L-2x).
Fbics seing suIpie ,

(boaod roockesssor & paper.
2 FAMILY* YARD SALE.
`Fri. & Sat., 8am to 4pm.
22425 NW SR 16, Iook
for signs,
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Sat., 8am to 2pm.' 301 N.
to fair grounds, turn Mar-
ket Rd and follow signs


63
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Sunrise Home Care Ser-
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SALES CONSULTANT -
Farmers Furniture has
an immediate opening for
Ials c suitat Position
pensation and benefits
s at 85AW Walu up
Starke. Only candidates
selected for ar interview
will be contacted. EOE.
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C ystal Lake Homesites
2 Lake View Lots, 3BR/2BA with
fireplace, walk-in closets, lre
wash room. Also remodeled 11/
1BA detached cottage.
DRASTICALLY REDUCED!
$184,900


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secun y*
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*3/2 Hom on Little Ora gLake. $1900/m0
SS~eilflty.
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Conner park

Conner Clark
Lance itnd Hpai'her Clark df
Sneads announce the birth of a
son, Conner Clark, born May
21, 2009. in Tallahassee. He
weighed 4 pounds 12 ounces
and was 18 yr inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Rick and . Michelle
McLaughlin of Lake Butler.
Matternal great 'grandparents
are the late Eugene DuBose
and Sue and Stanley West, all
Sof Lake Butler and Mike and
Pat Pruitt of .Tif'ton, Ga, and:
Richard and Sue McLaughlin
of Oklahoma. Maternal great-
great grandparents are the late
Gladys and Joe Trowell of
Lake Butler, the late J.C.
DuBose of Gainesville, Tony
and Jessie Geiger ofHampton,
Anna West and the late Frank
West of Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Nancy Clark of Tr'enton and
Allen and Lori Clark of
Branford.- Paternal~ great-
grandparents are Sandy Harris
of Chiefland, J.;C. and ~Faye
SClark of Trenton and Hubert
and Glenda Severance of
Branford.


Bryston L,.
W Milliams
Tarus Williams and giana
Jackson oif Starke anriounce:
the birth of their son, Bryston
Latarian- Williams, born Nov.
12, .2008, in Starke. 'He joins
SDevon Jr. and Shaina Rogers:
... Mi~aterna'l grandmother is
Priscilla Jackson. Maternal
great-grandmother is Emma
Williams, both of Starke. .
Paternal grandparents" are
.Br~yan and Brenda Hankers of
Starke and Stanley Williams of
Lawtey. Paternal great-
grandparents are. Johnnie and'
Elizabeth Covington of Starke.

Summer

volleyball

camp in UC
Registration is ;nowv taking
pidce for the "Attack at the
N et" summer volleyball clinic.
The clinic, -held at Unio~n
:County High School, is open
to all ~interested volleyball
players in' Union and
surrounding counties. Camp
dates and times are as follows:
Mini Clinic--Juy 2'7-30, 9
it.m.-noon. -This is for
.~beginners in gleades '3-8. The
cost .of the four-day *small
group clinic is $50.
High School Athletes
Clinic-Aug.- 3-5, 9 a.m.-1
p.m. This I~s open to students in
grades` 9-12 .and is geared'
toward individual skills and
improving your game.
The cost of this three-day
clinic is $30. Camp.: brochures
and enrollment .forms can be
picked up at the offices 6f:
Lake .Butler elementary
School, Lake Butler.. Middle:
School or Union County High
School. Please make' checks
payable to UCHS. For more
information,. cohtact Trudy
Andrews at (352) 494-4602.

.Talk is by far the inost
accessible of pleasures.'It
costs nothing in money, it
is all profit, it com~plet~es.
our education, founds and
fosters our friendships,
and canl be enjoyed at any
age and in almost any
state of health.
Robert Louis Stevenson
1850-1895, Scottish Essayist,


CAMP
Conitinued from p.8B
~geare2E toward presemilnga
performance.~f;:~e i Adu up$10
enrollment. Tuition is $75 and
.is due one week before each
camp begins.
For more information, stop
by the~ Lake kiegion
Community Theatre at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke or contact
the box office at (352) 226-
4082. Via e-mail, contact
Irct09@embarqmail.coni.


UP' MO~- YMEmIS ORloMno terms up toom wt
COVERED AP R* months!
When you test-drive the difference, Ford will cover up to
Your first three payments. up to S700 a month


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