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USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida


Thursday, July 2, 2009


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Noteworthy

Animal rabies
case confirmed
in Clay
The Clay County Animal
Control and Clay County Health
Department said this week that
local residents and visitors
should aioid contact with wild
and stray animals. A confirmed
case of rabies in a raccoon has
been reported. This raccoon was
found in the Orange Park area,
east.of Blanding Boulevard. At
this time there are no reported
human exposures to this raccoon.
There is one pet exposure
reported.
In Florida, raccoons, bats
and foxes are most frequently
diagnosed with rabies. Other high
risk animals for rabies include
skunks, otters, coyotes, bobcats,
and stray or unvaccinated cats,
dogs and ferrets.
To protect yourself and your
loved ones against rabies:
Keep rabies vaccinations up
to date for all pets.
Keep )our pets under
direct supervision so the) do
not come in contact with %%ild
animals. If your pet is bitten by
a wild animal, seek veterinary
assistance immediately.
Avoid contact with all
wildlife, especially raccoons,
bats and foxes.
Teach children to never
handle unfamiliar animals, wild
or domestic, even if they appear
friendly.
Report animal bites or
exposures to Clay County Animal
Control at (904) 269-6342.
Secure outside garbage in
covered containers to avoid
attracting wild animals.
Do not leave pet food
outside.
For questions regarding the
health of an animal, contact your
veterinarian.
For further information
on rabies, go to the Florida
Department of Health website:
'hltp://w' wv.doh.state.fl.us/
disease._ctrol/epi/disease.htm;
http://w','',v .doh.state.fl.us/
environment/community/rabies/
rabies-index.html.



BC solid

waste sites
closed July 4
All six solid waste sites in
Bradford County will be closed
Saturday. July 4. in observance
of Independence Day, but will
reopen on Sunday, July 5.



Health, youth
fair set
Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare of Starke is hosting
its first annual Health and
Prevention Youth Fair on
Saturday. July 18,'from 10a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Meridian office at
945 N. Grand St. in Starke (near
the courthouse).
The eent is aimed at
Increasing community awareness
of prevention and local health
services for the citizens of
Bradford County, especially
those services a ailable to young
people and families.
The fair is also seeking
exhibitors related to health
education, healthcare ser. ices,
health screenings and
prevention.
The event is free to everyone
and will be held outdoors.
Exhibitors must provide their
own tables. Setup begins at 9
a.m. and should be complete by
10a.m.
Interactive games and exhibits
targeted at young people are
encouraged.
For more information, call
Florrie Mingo at (904) 964-8382,
ext. 8803, (352) 256-6291 or via
e-mnail: florrie_mingo@mbchi.
org. .


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On the last day of summer camp in Lake Butler, campers got a surprise from YMCA counselors
Samantha Mabrey and Tyler Stone. Seated (I-r) and waiting for the dreaded splash are Cydney
Touchstone, John Lynch, Logqn Temes, Brandon Woods, Paden Clyatt and Takirra Cromarty.



Budget crunch ends UC summer YMCA


Bradford program
continues and is open
to Union kids

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Tunimes Staff Writer
The Lake Butler YMCA summer camp
came to an abrupt end last Friday. The
programm, which was to run June 8-Aug:
7, only made it through June 26 before the
corporate office in Gainesville decided to
shut it down.
"We did indeed choose to close down
the Lake Butler summer camp due to
very low numbers. Having only a few
children to serve was not economically
feasible or justifiable right now," said Dr.
Mark Johnson, chief operating officer and
de% elopment director of the North Central


Florida YMCA in Gainesville.
Johnson said the camp was not shut
down without taking the time to review its
financial performance.
"We gave the site, and all other NCF
YMCA summer sites, a week or two to
demonstrate the ability to draws more
children. It is regrettable that. we had to
close down Lake Butler."
Samantha Mabrey, one of the Lake
Butler program directors, said that when
it came time to begin signing kids up for
the summer program, the numbers were
definitely dwindling.
"It wasn't that kids didn't want to come
here," she said," but that unfortunately, the
main office had to raise their weekly rates
and a lot of these families cannot afford
it." The cost for the 7 a.m.-6 p.m. weekday
summer camp, which included breakfast,
lunch, weekly field trips and swimming,
was $90 a week for non-YMCA members


and $80 a 'week for members. To attend
part time, or three days a sweek, the cost
was $54 or $44. respectively.
It is expected that the YMCA'after
school program will begin again when the
new school year begins. "At this time, we
do not anticipate closing down our after
school program in Lake Butler, given its
past history of good numbers and financial
vitality." Johnson said.
Amanda Feagle, branch executive at
the Bradford!/Union YMCA in Starke,
said that parents were notified they could
begin taking their children to summer
camp programs in either Starke (at
Southside Elementary Schbol) or any
of the Gainesville programs. Lake City,
however, is also not holding a summer
camp this year. For more information
about the YMCA summer camp or after
school programs, contact Feagle at (904)
964-9622.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Superintendent Beth Moore said the
health department and school system
have worked together to provide health
care for the students ofrBradford County,
but budget cuts hase affected every area,
and health will be pot an exception.
Health Department Director Winnie
Holland told the school board there have
been funding reductions at the local and
state level that have "required program
adjustments since most funding for the
school health program comes through the
health department.
Holland said per state requirements,
the health department %%ill continue to
provide training to school staff in student
health matters. There will, however, only
be three registered nurses working in the
schools districtwide.
That means they won't be based in a


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor -
Rep. Janet Adkins was asked to grade
legislative performance when speaking;
to the Bradford County School Board last
week.
Adkins, who also appeared recently
before the county commission to discuss
the state budget in the context of the
current economy, was speaking in a
school district that will lose around $1
million in revenue on top of prev ious cuts
for K-12 education.
When Adkins had finished explaining
why the state is where it is and talking
a bit about the future, School Board
Member Vivian Chappell asked her what


single school, Holland said, but working
in multiple schools reviewing records,
immunizations, performing health
screenings, training school staff, etc.
Because some of the funding for the
school nurses is coming from alternate
sources, Holland said they would have
additional duties as well, including
epidemiology and chronic disease
education.
"Schedules will be made available to
all of the schools to make sure that they
kh6ow where the nurses are, when they
will be in their schools and where to
contact us if they need one of the nurses."
Holland said.
Additionally, instead of five clinicaides,
there will be three aides next school year.
Unlike the nurses, Holland said the clinic
aides will be based in specific schools and
the health department and superintendent
are
See HEALTH page 3A


grade she would give legislators if she
was a teacher and the legislators were her.
students.
"Probably a B," Adkins said.
. "You think they're working that hard
for us?" Chappell asked. "Sometimes we
question it when we just see cut, cut. cut,
cut, cut.:'
Adkins qualified her response
by discussing inequities in the way
allocations are made for north and south
Florida. '
. "There ,is preferential treatment is
probably the best way I could describe it
between north Florida and south Florida:'
she said.

See ADKINS page 3A


631st

preparing

to deploy
BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
The 175 or so members of the
631st Maintenance Company were
in training for crowd control last
week. The idea was to use the least
intrusive methods and to avoid
lethal response.
A line of male and female
guardspersons-about 30 of
the troops are women-moved
forward and diagonally to the left
on command, imagining that they
were dispersing a crowd in an
urban environment.
A member of the 690th training
squadron gave them lips and
showed them how to hold their
M-16 and how to stand in relation
to the person in front of them.
Earlier the training had involved
"actors," who made up a crowd of
people screaming in their faces.
Crowd control was just one of the
military skills the men and women
will learn before they leave for
Iraq later this year. They are also
training in basic urban operations,
search and seizure, controlling
sniper fire, watching for any
hostile intent, detecting improvised
explosive devices and other convoy
training.
On Friday, troops were being
trained to get out of a Humvee if it
turns over. If it's on its side, it's one
routine, if the vehicle is completely
upside down, its another.
Members of the 631st range in
age from 18 to 57 according to 2nd
Lt. Chris Johns, one of four platoon
leaders in the company.
The 631st's main mission is
maintenance of military ground
vehicles, from-jeeps to Humvees to
tanks. But according to Johns, no
matter what the specialty, today's
Guardsmen must be fully trained
and combat ready, especially if
they're bound for Iraq.
The company has a long tradition
and is well known and honored in
Bradford County, Union County
See DEPLOY page 2A


Fourth of July Activities
Special events and fireworks will be held in
Keystone Heights and Lake Butler

Our Country Day event begins Friday


In celebration of
Independence Day.
Our Country Day,
the Lake Region's
annual celebration
of the Fourth of
July, will be
hosting its
traditional events.
On Friday. July
3, the street dance
starts the festivities
with a live band.
"Gonzo Gator and
Friends." playing
from8-11:30 pm.
The dance will be
held in the parking
lot of Keystqne
Village Plaza on
S R. 100. This
event is free and
open to the public.
The Melrose
Masonic Lodge is
See OCD
page 3A


LB Rotary!
The Lake Butler
Rotary will host a
full day of
Independence Day
fun for the family
All events will be
held at Lakeside
Park in Lake
Butler
Rick's Train
Rides go on from 9
am 8 pm.
Bounce houses
from 9 am until
dusk. There's
music from 11 am
until midnight.
with Uncle Mike's
Hugging Farm
during the day. ice
cream, funnel
cakes, cotton
candy. corn dogs
and more.


Event Schedule


July 3
8-11:30 p.m.
Street Dance with
Gonzo Gator and
Fnends

July
7:30 a.m.
Pancake Breakfast
at Masonic Lodge,
5K Run Starts at
KH City Hall
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Arts and Crafts Fair
at Theme Park
10 a.m.
Baby Crawl at
Theme Park


7:30 a.m.
1-mile Fun Run
8:30 a.m.
5k Run
9:30 a,nj.-2
p.m.
Car Show
12-3 p.m.
Greased Pole
Contest
3-4 p.m.
Doughnut Hole
and Watelmelon
Eating Contests
5-7 p.m.
Old Time Way


11 a.m.
Parade and Miss
Firecracker
Pageant
1 p.m.
Top Dog Contest at
Natural Park,
Memorial Pathway
Ceremony at KH
Cemetery
6-10 p.m.
Wildfire Performs
at Twin Lakes Park
9:30 p.m.
Fireworks at
Twin Lakes
Park


Band -
9 a.m-8 p.m.
Live Carousel
Pony Rides
5:30 p.m.
LB's 150th
Birthday
Celebration in the
Community
Center
7:30 p.m.-untll
JustUs Band

Dusk
Fireworks


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Bradford school health

programs scaling back


Sen. Adkins asked to

give grade, to Legislature


sponsorss lakeside event

Event Schedule


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Members of the 631" attended a follow-up feed-back session after their training last
week.


Members of the 6319 Maintenance Company attended crowd control training sessions
last week,.,


LEFT: Company
Commander Capt. Maria
Garcia and 1" Sgt. Sgt. Ellis
Sirmans lead the company.


RIGHT: Members or
the 631st Maintenance
Company include Platoon
Leader 2nd Lt. Chris Johns
(left) and four Keystone
Heights residents (I-r) Pvt.
Eric Carr (ffont) Staff Sgt.
David Reynolds (back) Spc.
Brian Chapman and Staff
Sgt. Mike Malone.


631 st the first of July and take a two
week leave. There's a late July
Continued from Page .1A deployment ceremony in Starke,
sponsored by the North Florida
and the Keystone Heights area. Regional Chamber of Commerce
Local Guardsmen have, been and then it's off to Ft. McCoy,
assigned to the unit for years, Wisconsin. From there they head
as far back as the Vietnam era. for Kuwait and. then to Iraq in
Today, its members still come late fall for a year's deployment.
from nearby, but also from all Many of the Guardsmen are
over Florida. Johns is from St. married and will leave Florida
Augustine, for example. families behind as they deploy.
Normally, the unit's home One female member of the
is the Starke Armory, but that company is pregnant and will
is being remodeled at present. not be sent abroad. She receives
For training and administrative a temporary assignment stateside
purposes, the company, will until at least six months after the
hang out at Camp Blanding till baby is born. /
renovations are completed later Sgt. Malone's wife,
this year. Mindy, will be the family
The Guardsmen, local and readiness coordinator, the
nearby, have varied bios. person responsible for family
. Keystone Heights resident and maintenance, care packages and
631st guardsman Pvt. Eric Carr morale-boosting projects.
worked at REDD' team until it Gainesville resident 'Capt.
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for about a year and two months.
Spc. Brian Chapman has lived
in Keystone Heights all his life
and graduated; from the local
high school in 1992. He works
at Camp Blanding as afull-time
technician.
Staff Sgt. Mike Malone moved
from Orange Park and has lived
onrGas Line Road for the last
year. He's been in the Guard for
about 15 years.
Staff Sgt. David Reynolds has
been in Keystone Heights for
fiye years. He, too, is a full time
technician with the guard.
The company will end its
Camp Blanding training around


Transport
board to meet
The Bradford County
Transportation Disadvantaged


such a leading position. Her first
unit had 30 guardsmen when
she took it over april 80 when she
lef.
larcia said, "It is my
responsibility -to make sure
the soldiers-are trained, taken
care of and that the mission is
accomplished."
Her chief enlisted support
is 1st Sgt. Ellis Sirmans,
from Jacksonville. One of his
responsibilities is to see that the
company is well supplied with
"bullets, beans and band aids."
At age 43, Sirmans is one of
the company's "old men." In the.
military for 25 years now, he


Coordinating Board will meet'
on Tuesday, July 14, at 9:30 a.m.
in the city commission meeting
room at the Starke City Hall.,
For more information, call 1
(800) 226-0690.


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remembers the days of Desert
Storm, long ago, before troops
in the fields had access to cell
phones, the Internet and daily
e-mails from home.
Sirmans said he couldn't think
of many ways in which the troops
were different now than when he
first entered the military, though
he believed they were now better
trained and educated by the time
they joined the military.
"More enlisted men these days
have college degrees:' Lt. Johns
added.
Later, Johns also said that the
image of grease monkeys 'with
wrenches in a motor pool was also
changed. These days, the military
vehicles are equipped with high
tech electronics weapons and
communications systems, GPS,
even air conditioning. Not only
do, the maintenance crews have
to be battle ready, they also have
/.I keep p1'.i' ')n .' hi n


lrlpsfe-atvrd'bceflke t he heat
they knew from Florida. Last
week,' Jones said, someone put


a thermometer on the ground at
Camp Blanding and it measured
127 degrees. j
Iraq can get up to 140 degrees,
the men said, but it's a more arid
desert heat and not as humid and
more tolerable.
The troops have an edge
of readiness and capability
about them, but there is in the
background the knowledge\ that
Iraq is a dangerous place.
"We stress situational
awareness," Garcia said. "After
all this is what we've been
training for, since all of us first
entered .basic training. We've
been taught for years to. look
for signs of trouble and to work
together."
Earlier during the day last
Friday, the troops were in a
JAG briefing, 'which covered
the Geneva Convention. They
would also be given fairly
detailed information on culturalF
traits in Iraq, including notes on
alcohol, addressing civilians and
especially women.
Asked what she would like to


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support. We know that they
are behind us. We feel their
support."
Sirmans and Johns said this


was true. Often, they said,
members of the public come
up to them and insist on paying
for their meal. Others simply
say, "Thank you for what you're
doing,"


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ADKINS
Continued from Page 1A

The first .I. appropriation
committee the- freshman
representative wNs assigned to
was Healthy S~0iors, and she
saw additional program funding
allocated for south Florida
counties abqve ati-,beyond what
allocation formulas indicated
each county should be receiving.
She spoke out against those
counties getting a "cherry" when
there were seniors i.n the north
of the state th(t could also use


additional assistance.
From Healthy Seniors, she
was given a chance to move to
the appropriations committee
for' K-12 education, where she
said she saw the same kind of
thing, like large allocations for
a Miami magnet school with its
own budget line item, whereas
such schools in Dural must make
do with their FEFP allocation.
South Florida even got additional
FEFP dollars, Adkins said.
Though Adkins said she
recommended this and other
such funding be cut, it was not.
"You've got policy, then you've
got the reality that south Florida
has more legislators. Because
they've got greater population,
they've got more votes," she
said.
It's a challenge, she said, but
she learned in the first year that
much of the job involves building
relationships- relationships that
helped save Northeast Florida
State Hospital from privatization,
spare a program to pave local
roads and, in surrounding
counties, assisted with Medicaid
reform. .
In Florida, per-student funding
is down from a couple of years
ago, but statewide that funding is
up comparing the recently ended
school year with the school year
set to begin in August. While


FOURTH BHS
Continued from Page 1A graduation
dinIt


that is true of the state as a whole.
in Bradford County, per-student
funding has fallen again.
"I think that's larecl\ because
of (declining enrollment), but
still, I know it's a difficult thing,"
Adkins said.
It's still far above where per-
student funding would be had
there not been a major expansion
in state spending since 1994, she
said.
One thing the Legislature
did do, according to Adkins,
was allow more flexibility in
spending so districts could 'tap
funds previously reserved for
specific categories and use those
funds for operations.
,.The state only spent half of the
available federal stimulus dollars
for the upcoming school, year,
she said, choosing to reserve the
remaining half for the following
year, which is expected to be
another difficult revenue year for
the state.
"What we did not want to do,
is appropriate money and then
have a cliff we all fall off of if
they project another revenue
shortfall," Adkins said. "At least
in education we know we've got
a little bit of a buffer."
Growth in the state budget will
probably be very flat next year,
she said, with the potential for
modest growth in 2011-12.


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July 4. The breakfast runs from Can't remember if you pre-
7:30-11 a.m. The brakfast runmeals arome$4, re ady ordered a video? Contact Mrs.
Children under 12 can eat for Videos of the Class of 2009 Reddish at (904) 964-8559.
.$2 : i graduation ceremony are ready
'Melrose Lodge 89. is actually for pick-up. See Mrs. Odom M BCA to
in Keystone, Heights on:Palmetto during the school's summer
Street behind Ace Hardware. hours (Monday-Thursday) to meet July 8 in
Miss Firecracker pick up your copy.
The Miss Firecracker pageant Videos. are $15, and checks Melrose'
is open to all ages in the local should be made out to Bradford The monthly meeting of
area. A photo entry is used to High School. the Mel rose Business and
judge; contestanrtsdo'not need to Senior videos will be available Community Association is set
enter, e-mai pageantentry@ ata special showing Sunday, July for Wednesday. July 8, starting
yahoo.com orcall Jamie Love at 26, at 4 p.m. at the First United at 11:30 a.m. 'at, the Melrose
J (352) 478-9290 for registration Methodist Church in Starke. Methodist Church fellowship
information. Senior videos are $25 and those hall.
Events run aill day long who preordered will have their
On Saturday, July 4, a full
slate of events and activities reflect the changes mandated by
are scheduled throughout the H E A LT H budget cuts.
day-leading up to a spectacular "It's
fireworks display at dark. Continuedfrom Page 1A It's going to look different,
5Krun tart at 70 but be assured that we want to
5 A 5K run wil'start at 7:30 have the very best school health
a.m. at the Keystone Heights City working together to select which have the very best school health
Hall (registration 7-7:30 a.m.). schools those will be. program possible within the
An arts and crafts fair "ith Holland said all- concerned current budget constraints," said
Food vending will be stationed int' will'continue to meet and discuss Holland.
The Theme 1 next o city hall thie"changes because change is She said since she has been
from 9 a.mI. to6"4..O p.m. difficult and they want to make with the county, she has been
The ,.;"popular and the transition as smooth as very proud of the efforts of the
irresistib.l.. ,pwl. races possible. school health program staff.
begin at Q ,O,,1A::' the Theme .Every two years, a revised "The reall
Park in Kiysxi e'Registration is" school health plan comes before dthoney rean y di remarkable
taken the dayof the event, the board for approval. The plan things, and I think many of the
National recording artist that will be presented to the board school people will attest to that
George Britt will perform songs for approval in a few weeks will swelll" Holland said.
of the 40s. 50s, '60s. 70s. 80s.
90s and the present at the Theme

The parade begins at II a.m. 1 n On
down South Lawrence Boulevard
in Keystorneo. '.T.syear's theme a Gran Opening
is "Past. Pres t..Aid Future."
Keystope .. lyhtis resident
Chester-E. M 'is the 2009 O
grand rfiarshpl. :'Moody and his
wife Edw a ,een Ken stone rC
Moodvy supported the ElS3 e t P in Be w 11
Keystone Heights-t Volunteer 1 Located in Beautiful Downtown E
Fire Department and the YMCA 15 Keystone Heights 13
Camp Immokalee summer 350 S. Lawrence Blvd Suite D 1
swimming program. Moody, Lawrence vd.,
Edwina and many others became 5
activists with the Lake Brooklyn a ptin children's items ll
Qvic Association.-,, Moody also Now accepting children's items
restarted (he Golden B Award, for consigilment
which recognizes students from
each grade at Bradford High 1
School for being outstanding Why drive out of town, for your l
citBrg yourcaine companion children's needs?
to the "Top Dog" contest at 1. Stop by and see us!
p.m. located at the gazebo in the l
Natural Park in'Keystone. Find.
win. .
Garden Club of Lakes
holds Veterans Memorial C 1 dI
Pathway Cqremony
The Garden Club of the Lakes
Veterans Memorial Pathwa e
ceremony begins -Iai I p.m. &
Located at the KIjy'e Heights :.
"Cemeteryon,.RQIOthe annual .. Tire. r Urt
event features speakers, patriotic
music, a laying of the wreath by in W ald o..
Keystone American Legion Post "'. ---
202, a flyover, a canon firing and ouPN -n s
other activities.. BRAKE SPECIAL R
Fireworks set at dusk C 4 .95 .TH $
Our Country Day switches couPON
;gears and venues, and prepares includes brake ps installed.
for fireworks at Twin Lakes TIQNWAL Plus Fren
Park, located Oi'iS;R. 100 east of Oil h e
Keystone Heigjts. Speciange
"Wildfire" performs "at the social
park from 6-10 p.m. with vocalist MO ST 4
Faith Moss singing the national MOST VEHICLES
Then, weather permitting. the -4
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EEE confirmed in horses


in Bradford and Union


There has been an increase in
mosquito-borne disease activity
in areas of Bradford and Union
counties, with the notification
from the Department of
Agriculture that two more horses
have tested positive for Eastern
Equine Encephalitis (EEE). This
brings the total to four for the two
counties.The risk of transmission
to humans has been increased,
The Bradford and -Union
County health departments
remind residents and visitors to
avoid being bitten by mosquitoes
that may cause encephalitis
di sease.They encourageeveryone
to take basic precautions to help
-limit exposure by following
the department of health
recommendations.
To protect yourself from
mosquitoes ,you should remember
to practice the "5 D's":
Dusk and dawn-Avoid
being outdoors when mosquitoes
are seeking blood. For many


species, this is during the dusk
and dawn hours.
Dress-Wear clothing that
covers most of you skin when
outdoors.
Deet-When the potential
exists for exposure to mosquitoes,
repellents containing Deet are
recommended. Picaridin, oil of
lemon eucalyptus and IR3535 are
other repellent options. Always
read label. directions carefully
for the approved usage -before
you apply a repellent. Some
repellents are not suitable for
children.
Diainage-check around your
home to rid the areas of standing
water, where mosquitoes lay
eggs.
Elimination of breeding sites
is one of the keys to prevention'.
Read. the following tips .on
eliminating mosquito breeding
'sites:
Clean out eaves, troughs and


gutters.
Remove old tires or drill holes
in those used in playgrounds to
drain.
Turn over or remove empt\
plastic pots.
Pick up all beverage
containers and cups.
Check traps on boats or
other equipment that may collect
water.
Pump out bilges on boats.
Replace water in birdbaths
and pet or other animal feeding
dishes at least once a week.
Change water in plant trays,
including hanging plants, at least
once a week.
*. Remove vegetation or
obstructions in drainage ditches
that prevent the flow of water.
. If you would like more
information on EEE and its
prevention,, please contact
Richard Land at the Union
County Health Department at
(386) 496-3211.


Water management staff


now okays permits


Effective July 1, a new state
law changed the process in which
Florida's water management
districts approve permits.
Under the new law, which was
signed by Gov. Charlie Crist
on June 30, the 2009 Florida
Legislature directed that the
governing boards of the state's
five water management districts
delegate their authority to
approve permits to each districts'
executive director. The executive
directors may designate other
district staff to approve permits.
Permit applications that are
recommended for denial will
continue to be considered by the
governing boards.
In preparation for the
possibility of Senate Bill 2080
becoming law, the St. Johns River
Water Management District's
Governing Board voted at its June
9 meeting to delegate its authority,
to take final action on permit
applications recommended for
approval to the district executive


director, or designee. If the bill
had been vetoed, the board's
action would have been voided.
Seeking to ensure that there
continues to be opportunities for
public involvement, the board in
June directed staff to develop a
process to provide continued
public participation in permitting
decisions. Staff are currently
working to develop such a process,
recognizing that public input has.


always been an important part of
the permitting process and the
district's decisions.
The move will have significant
impact locally, especially as
decisions are made on a proposed
sturgeon farm to be located just
outside Melrose.
For information about the
district's, permitting process and
how the public can be involved,
visit the District's Web site at
sjrwmd.com/sb2080.


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Hearts reaching out


to UC family in need


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On the morning of June 23,
SSherry Esposito was awakened
around 5:30 a.m. .by the sound
of her smoke alarm in her
Timber Village mobile home in
Worthington Springs.
Not seeing anything out of the
ordinary, she assumed it was just
a fluke in the system and went
back to bed. Suddenly, all of the
smoke alarms. began sounding
off throughout the home. This
time, Sherry jumped up, and, still
not seeing anything unusual, she
smelled something burning.
She rushed into the bedroom
where her children, Brian, 18,
Michael, 14, and an overnight
guest were sleeping. Telling them
there was something wrong, they
all. began looking around the house
to see if they could find out where
the burnt smell was coming from.
One of the boys heard a popping
sound coming, from the laundry
room just off the kitchen area. He
opened the back door between the
rooms and he saw it. The back of'
the house was on fire.
Sherry scrambled for her cell
phone to call 911 as Brian Jr.
gathered the family's three dogs
and ferret and Michael started
looking outside for ways to
extinguish the fire.
"We all got out safely and I took
off running down the street to my
brother's house nearby," Sherry
said.
Bernard Anderson said he
awoke to his sister banging on the
door and screaming that her house
was on fire. Running back to the
burning house, Anderson tried to
go inside to at least save whatever
he could for his sister, but the
smoke was too overwhelming.
A neighbor awoke and offered a
water hose that reached across the
street as Michael and his uncle did
whatever they could to.put the fire
-out. Sherry also called her husband,
Brian Sr., who was at work at Wood
Resource and Recovery when the
fire broke out.
Lake Buitler'Volunteer Fire Chief
Michael Banks was first on the
scene, but unfortunately, outside
thte city limits of Lake Butler, fire
hydrants are not available so little
more could be done without a
tanker truck.
Union County volunteer
fircfi'giters began arriving to help,
.but,ift~was _.gpood 45 minutes
before the nearby LaCrosse fire
department arrived with inutual
assistance in the form of a tanker
truck full of water.,
A neighbor had called Timber,
Village landlord John D. Rimes
Jr. who jumped in and helped
the firemen drag the hose off the
truck. '
Before ,the firefighters were
able to extinguish the fire. Sherry
said. the volunteers were in her
house, trying to save as many of
her cherished pictures from the
walls, clown figurines that had
once belonged to her grandmother
and Sherry's numerous collector
ceramic and crystal 'elephant
figurines..
"They, were able to save about,
a quarter-of my figurines," Sherry
said. "One of the firefighters
saw' my television set had been'
untouched by fire, and he grabbed
it and passed it to us through the
front window," said Sherry.
When Sherry was relaying, her
family's 'experience, it. was four
days after the fire. Her son Michael,
who had been standing nearby
listening to his mom, wandered off
through the rubble in the house and
returned with tears in his eyes. He'
handed his mother his baby book.
"I was just digging through the
burnt piles in my mom's closet and
found it," he said. Although very.-
wet and some pictures were melted
or otherwise stuck together, the
book was mostly salvageable.
Michael kept digging and found
a box of his father's personal
belongings and excitedly, called
him. Brian Sr. was over at the
family's new mobile home that
thelandlord had provided for them
after the fire.
"Right .after the fire," Sherry
said, "Mr. Rimes told me that
whenever I could pull myself
together, to go see his wife, Lessie
Rimes, she would give me the keys
.. to other houses they had available
so I could choose a new one."
She said they were ever so
grateful to the Rimeses and the
firefighters who were "able to
save some personal belongings.
Unfortunately, all 6f the family's
furniture, clothing and food were
lost. Sherry said that she had just
purchased their sectional sofa
and was going to make the third.
payment at Badcock's Furniture in
Lake Butler the next day.
Not knowing what else to do
after the fire, she called the store
and told Kyle,Orfield what had
happened. Orfield called back
the next day saying he hadn't
been able to sleep all night after


hearing about the family's ordeal.
He did some brainstorming and
was able to deliver the family a
brand new sectional for the same
price, allowing them to just pick up
payments where they left off.
A Red Cross volunteer gave
Sherry some food vouchers and


her neighbor, BJ. McDonald, later
surprised the distraught family by
taking the time to call restaurants
such as Hungry Howie's Pizza,
Subway, Dominoes Pizza,
Moe's, Kizbor's Grille, and Beef
O'Brady's, telling them of the
family's situation. Each restaurant
offered to cook the family a free
meal that McDonald picked up and
brought to the Espositos.
As the family continues digging
through the rubble to find personal
keepsakes, Sherry said she hopes
to get past the sadness. What the
family needs now is furniture for
the new home and some clothing.
Michael, she said, was left with
only the clothes on his back. Brian
Jr. struggles with feeling guilty


Sherry said. "What if someone
would have started the dryer and
I wasn't home? Where would my
kids be then?"
If you would like to help tihe
Esposito family with items such
as beds,- dressers, diningroom
furniture or clothing, please call
(352) 949-1676.
Michael wears boys clothing
size 18-20 in jeans or shorts, large
shirts and size 10 1/2 shoes. Brian
Jr. wears men's size 34 shorts
or jeans (32 length), extra large
men's shirts and size 11 shoes.
Brian Sr. wears size 42x30 jeans,
2X shirts and size 13 shoes. Sherry
wears women's size 8 jeans and
shorts, size large in shirts and size
8 shoes.


Sherry Esposito standing in what remains of her kitchen
with her son, Michael, and her brother, Bernard Anderson
who did all they could to help put out the fire that
destroyed their home.


about starting up the dryer that led
to the fire.
"He has no reason at all the feel
that way. If it was going to happen,
I'm glad it happened when it did,"

Happy 1.6h

Birthday
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St. William Catholic Church
summer Bible classes for pre-K
through sixth-grade students
will be held on Wednesda.
evenings through Jul\ 29 from
6-7:30 p.m. with fun games.
snacks and cool crafts.

Freedom Baptist Church
presents "Here We Are"
vacation Bible school July 6-10
from 6-8:30 p.m. for ages 5-12.
The program will culminate
in a musical production to be
presented to parents. For more
information, please call (352)
473-2713.

Trinity Baptist Church's
Australian-themed Boomerang
Express vacation Bible school
will take place July 6-10 at 9
a.m. Register online at www.
trinitybc.org or call (352) 473-
7261. Trinity is located 2.5 miles
south of Keystone Heights on
S.R. 21.

Community Church of
Keystone Heights' vacation
Bible school will be July 27-31
from 9 a.m. until noon for ages'
three through sixth grade. For


further information., contact Ga\
Wasik at wasik_g@'msn.com.

Lake Butler Church of God
has set its "Aalanche Ranch"
actionn Bible school for JulN
6-10 from 6-8:30 p.m. each
night. Call (386) 496-3840 for
more information.

Worthington Springs First
United Methodist, located
on S.R. 121 in Worthington
Springs, and New Jerusalem
Full Gospel Church will
cooperate in holding a gospel
sing Friday, July 10, at 7 p.m.
with "Glory Light" performing.
For more information, please
call (386) 496-1461.

Christ Central Church of
Lake Butler will host a special
. program titled "Project 1:1" each
Sunday at 10:30a.m. throughout
the summer. The church is
located three miles south of
Lake Butler on C.R. 231. For
more information, please call
(352) 258-5892.

St. James AME Church in
Lake Butler will host the


Gospel Echoes of Ocala and
Erick and the Gospelettes.on
Saturday, June 27, at 5 p.m.
The church is located on the
corner of S.R 238 and S.R. 231.
For more information, contact
the Rev. Georgia Edwards or
Mother Emma Jenkins at (352)
494-2815 or (386) 496-9785.

Greater Elizabeth Missionary
Baptist Church of Lake Butler
is hosting Duals Day on Sunday,
June 28, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The morning guest speaker will
be the Rev. Henry Ortiz and the
afternoon guest speaker will be
evangelist Synethra Pittman.
For more information, contact .
Carlos Williams at (386) 496-
2818 or Tina Jackson at (386)
496-1670.
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BRADFORD
PUBLIC NOTICE
The School Board of Bradford County,
FL will hold a public hearing at the
July 13", 2009, Board Meeting, 6:30
p.m., in the Board Room at 501 West
Washington Street, Starke, FL 32091,
to obtain public input on proposed
amendments to the Student Code of
Conduct, including Vandalism.
6/25 3tchg 7/09-BCT


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40TICES


vernment ought to be all
outside and no inside."
resident Woodrow Wilson

any, upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP, Attorneys for Plaintifff, whose
address is 10004 N. Dale Mabry
Highway, Suite 112, Tampa, FL
33618, within thirty (30) days after the
first publication of this notice and file
the original with the clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 19"1 day of June, 2009.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF . AY N MAN
THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Circuit and County Courts
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD By: Lisa Brannon
COUNTY Deputy Clerk
CASE NO: 2009-CA-000307 6/25 2tchg 7/2-BCT
BAC Home Loans Servicing, L.P.
Sf/k/a Countrywide Home Loans INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
Servicing, L.P., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
Servlainti, ff P, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
vs. PROBATE DIVISION
Regena Kay Starling a/k/a Regina CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-36
Kay Starling; Capital One Bank IN RE: ESTATE OF
(USA), National Association f/k/a MARTHA A. EDDY,
Capital One Bank; Unknown Parties Deceased.
in Possession #1; Unknown Parties NOTICE. TO CREDITORS
in Possession #2; If living, and The administration of the estate of
all Unknown Parties claiming by, Martha A. Eddy, deceased, whose
through, under and against the date of death was January 31, 2009,
above named Defendant(s) who and whose social security number
are not known to be dead or alive, is XXX-XX-1609, is pending in the
whether said Unknown Parties Circuit Court for Bradford County,
may claim an interest as Spouse, Florida Probate Division, the address
Heirs; Devisees, Grantees, or Other of which is P.O. Drawer B, Starke, FL
Claimants, 32091. The names and addresses of
Defendantss. the personal representative and the
NOTICE OF ACTION personal representative's attorney
FORECLOSURE PROCEEDINGS. are set forth below.
PROPERTY All creditors of the decedent and other
TO: Regena Kay Starling a/k/a persons having claims or demands
Regina Kay Starling; ADDRESS against decedent's estate on whom
UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE LAST a copy of this notice is required to
KNOWN ADDRESS IS: 511 Center be served must file their claims with
Street,Starke,'FL 32091.. this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
Residence unknown, if living, 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
including any unknown spouse of THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
the said Defendants, if either has NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THEC
remarried and if either or both of said DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
Defendants are dead, their respective THIS ACTION ON THEM.
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, All other creditors of the decedent
assignees, creditors, lienors, and and other persons having claims or
trustees, and all other persons demands against decedent's estate
claiming by, through, under or against must file their claims with this Court
the named Defendant(s); and the WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
aforementioned named Defendant(s) DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION
and. such of the aforementioned OF THIS NOTICE.
unknown Defendants and such of the .ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
aforementioned unknown Defendants THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
as may be infants, incompetents or IN SECTION 733.702 -OF THE
otherwise not sui juris. \ FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that FOREVER BARRED.
1an action has been commenced to NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
foreclose a mortgage on the following PERIODS'SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
real property, lying and being and CLAIM FILED TWO '2) YEARS OR
situated in Bradford County, Florida, MORE AFTER THEI DECEDENT'S
more particularly described as DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
follows particularly desThe date of the first publication of this
THE WEST 60 FEET OF THE notice is June 25, 2009.
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Personal Representative:
PROPERTY, TO WIT: PART OF Sondra Garrett
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF 3753 Creek Hollow Lane
NORTHWEST QUARTER, SECTION Middleburg, Florida 32068
28, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE Attorney for Personal
22 EAST,-LYING IN THE CITY OF Representative:
STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY, Law Office of RichardM. Knellinger,
FLORIDA, AND DESCRIBED IPA"" .- .-. P.A.
DEED BOOK 54, PAGE 439 PUBLIC Judith B. Paul
,RECORDSOFBRADFORDC.OUNTY Attorney for Sondra Garrett
AND MORE PARTICULARLY 2815 NW 13" Street, Suite 305
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Gainesville, FL 32609-2865
BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST: Telephone: (352) 373-3334
INTERSECTION OF CENTER AND Florida Bar No. 0026760
BROAD STREETS, RUN NORTH 6/25 2tchg 7/02-BCT
89 DEGREES, 24 MINUTES WEST,
ALONG NORTH BOUNDARY LINE
OF CENTER STREET, 210 FEET ,' ITEM I
TO EAST RIGHT OF WAY LINE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
OF CHRISTIAN STREET; THENCE Sealed bids for roadway construction
NORTH 4 DEGREES 00 MINUTES on:
EAST, ALONG BOUNDARY, LINE S.E. 144"h Street
OF CHRISTIAN STREET,85.0 FEET will be received by Bradford County
THENCE SOUTH'89 DEGREES 24 Commission at the office' of" the
MINUTES EAST, AND PARALLEL County Clerk, County Courthouse,
WITH NORTH BOUNDARY OF Starke,. Florida until 3:00 p.m.
CENTER STREET, 210 FEET MORE Daylight Savings Time, July 9, 2009.
OR LESS TO THE WEST RIGHT Bids will be opened and then publicly
OF WAY LINE OF BROAD STREET; read aloud.
THENCE SOUTH 4 DEGREES The CONTRACT .DOCUMENTS,'
00 MINUTES WEST, ALONG THE consisting of Advertisement for Bids,
WEST BOUNDARY LINE OF BROAD Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid Bond,
STREET, 85.0 FEET MORE OR Agreement, General Conditions,
LESS TO POINT OF BEGINNING Supplemental General Conditions,
AND LYING IN SOUTHWEST A Payment Bohd, Specifications, and'
OF NORTHWEST , SECTION 28 Addenda may be examined at the
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 following locations:
EAST, P Owner: Bradford County Courthouse,
more commonly known as 511 Center Clerk's Office,
Street, Starke, FL 32091. 945 N. Temple Avenue
This action has been filed against Starke, Florida 32091
you and you are required to serve Engineer: Dyer, Riddle, Mills &.
a copy of your written defense, if Precourt, Inc.


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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF Courthouse located at 945 North
ORDINANCE BY THE BOARD Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS A notice has been submitted
OF for FLOYD F. MARKLING AND
BRADFORD COUNTY, CLINTON F. MIMS JR AS AGENTS
FLORIDA FOR RAYONIER TIMBERLAND, to
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that request an appeal from the Board of
an ordinance, which title hereinafter Adjustments decision as provided for
appears, will be considered for in Section 12:1 of the Bradford Coun.y
enactment by the Board of County Land Development Regulations cn
Commissioners of Bradford County, File Number SE-09-5 to allow a solid
Florida, at a public hearing on July waste facilityto be located on property
16, 2009 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon described, as follows:
thereafter as the matter canrbe heard, A parcel of land lying in Section 13,
in the County Commission Meeting Township 5 South, Range 22 East,
Room, County Courthouse, North Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
Wing, located at 945 North Temple being more particularly described as
Avenue, Starke, Florida. Copies of follows:
said ordinance may be inspected. Commence at a nail and disk located
by any member of the public at the at the Southeast corner of said
Office of the County Clerk, located Section 13 and run North 01 degree
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, 43 minutes 04 seconds West, along
Florida, during regular business the Easterly boundary thereof, 49.37
hours. On the date, time, and place feet to a concrete monument set on
first above mentioned, all interested the Northerly boundary of the right of
persons may appear and be heard way of County Road 125 for the Point
wiTh respect to the ordinance, of Beginning. From Point of Beginning
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD thus described run South 88 degrees
COUNTY, ,FLORIDA, AMENDING 42 minutes 53 seconds West, along
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND said Northerly boundary, 936.52 feet
DEVELOPMENT REGUL-ATIONS, to a set concrete monument; thence
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO North 01 degree 42 minutes 44
AN APPLICATION, LDR, 09-3, seconds West, 2563.42 feet to a set
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY concrete monument; thence North 35
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING degrees 20 minutes 14 seconds West,
FOR AMENDING A PORTION OF 1065.35 feet to a concrete monument
.SECTION ,4.2.17.2, ENTITLED set on the Easterly boundary of the
OFF-STREET PARKING AND OFF- right of way of Jacksonville Electric
STREET LOADING FACILITIES: 'Authority (330'wide); thence North 05.
IDENTIFICATION, SURFACE degrees 32 minutes 57 seconds East,
DRAINAGE, LIGHTING, ACCESS along said Easterly boundary, 746.01
TO REQUIRE OFF-STREET feet to a set concrete monument;
PARKING AND OFF-STREET thence North 88 degrees 42 minutes'
LOADING FACILITIES TO BE 53 seconds East, parallel with said
MAINTAINED IN A SMOOTH, WELL Northerly boundary, 1432.23 feet to
DRAINED CONDITION, TO ADD a concrete monument set on said
CHURCHES, TO DELETE PUBLIC Easterly boundary of Section 13;
AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS FROM thence South 01 degree 42 minutes
THE GRASS OR LAWN SURFACE 10 seconds East, along said Easterly
PARKING PROVISION, AMENDING boundary, 1574.74 feet to a concrete
A PORTION SECTION 4.2.17.4, monument found at the % Section
ENTITLED OFF-STREET PARKING: comer on said Easterly boundary,
DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS, TO 2612.10 feetto the Point of Beginning.
REQUIRE OFF-STREET PARKING Containing 105.21 acres, more or
SPACES, WITH THE EXCEPTION less.
OF HANDICAPPED .PARKING
SPACES, BE A MINIMUM OF NINE The public hearing may be continued
(9) FEET BY to one or more future dates. Any
EIGHTEEN (18) FEET IN SIZE interested party shall', be advised
AND DELETE ADDITIONAL that the date, time and place of any
MANEUVERING : STANDARDS continuation of the public hearing
FOR OFF-STREET PARKING shall be announced during the,
DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS, AND public hearing and that no further
AMENDING SECTION 4.2.17.5, notice concerning the matter will be
ENTITLED OFF-STREET PARKING: published; unless said continuation
HANDICAPPED PARKING exceeds six calendar.weeks from the
SPACES TO REQUIRE OFF- date of the above referenced public
STREET PARKING. AREAS TO hearing.
HAVE A NUMBER OF PARKING At theaforermentioned.public hearing,.
SRACES--THAT--MEET- AMERICAN all .!itei dMr.is, ay appear to
WITH,. DISABILITIES ACT be =20M'.-'I.to the appeal.
REQUIREMENTS AND REQUIRE Copies of, the appeal application
HANDICAPPED PARKING SPACES are available for public inspection at
BE NOT LESS THAN TWELVE (12) the Office of the Director of Zoning,
FEET IN WIDTH AND EIGHTEEN Planning, and Building, County
(18) FEET IN LENGTH; PROVIDING Courthouse located at 945 North
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND Florida, .during regular business
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE hours.
The public heating may be continued All persons are advised that if they
to one or: more future date. Any decide to appeal any decision made
interested party shall be advised at the above referenced public
that the date, time and place of any hearing, they will need a record of
continuation' of the public hearing the proceedings, and that, for such
shall be announced during the purpose, they may need to ensure that
public hearing and that no further a verbatim record of the proceedings
notice concerning the matter will be is made, which record includes the
published: testimony and evidence upon which
All persons are advised that, if they the appeal is to be based.
decide to appeal any decision made 7/02 itchg-BCT
at the public hearing, they will need '
a record of the proceedings and,. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
for such purpose, they may need to EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ensure that a verbatim record of the AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
proceedings is made, which record FLORIDA
includes the testimony and evidence CIVIL ACTION
upon which the appeal is to be CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000022
based. CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC


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352-371-2741 (P)
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Copies of the CONTRACT
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7/02 ltchg-BC-,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING(
CONCERNING AN APPEAL A!t
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSION OF BRADFOR.L
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the.
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended.
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning a appeal, as describeJ
below, will be heard by the Board f
County Commissioners of Bradfo;rd
County, Florida, at a public hearing
on July 16, 2009 at 6:30 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matter can be
heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, North Wing, County


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I'volmi'limu


SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CORPOFiAFION,
Pla ntiff,
vs.
KARINQ LYNH COOLIDGE. et al,
Defondant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO GRAHAM ERIC COOLIDGE,
JR
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 3031 SE
130'" STREET
STARKE, FL 32091
CURRENT ADDRESS:. UNKNOWN
YCU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in BRADFORD
County, Florida'
A PARFCE OF LAND IN THE
NORTH OF NORTHWEST /4
OF NORTHWEST >A OF SECTION
10, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH, 22
EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA. MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 10
AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES
44 MINUTES 41 SECONDS
EAST, ALONG THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, 458.06
FEET, TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOR POB. FROM POB
THUS DESCRIBED, CONTINUE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 44 MINUTES
41 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 409.88
FEET TO A SET CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE SOUTH
0 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 01
SECONDS WEST, PARALLEL WITH
THEEASTER LYBOUNDARYOFSAID
NORTHWEST 1/ OF NORTHWEST
1A, 600.97 FEET, TO AN IRON
ROD SET ON THE NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE ROW OF A 60
FOOT PRIVATE GRADED ROAD;
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
0 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 01
SECONDS WEST, 30.00 FEET, TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET
IN THE CENTERLINE OF SAID
60 FOOT ROAD; THENCE RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 46 MINUTES
15 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
CENTERLINE AND PARALLEL WITH
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID NORTH 1/2 OF NORTHWEST 1
OF NORTHWEST /4, 845.76 FEET,
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT SET
ON THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE ROW OF SOUTHEAST
11TH STREET (FORSYTH ROAD, A
COUNTY MAINTAINED GRADED
ROAD); RUN THENCE NORTH
0 DEGREES 06 MINUTES 32
SECONDS EAST, ALONG LAST
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY, 30
FEET, TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 15
SECONDS EAST, ALONG LAST
SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
435.60 FEET TO A SET CONCRETE
MONUMENT; RUN THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREES 06 MINUTES
32 SECONDS EAST,. 370.58
FEET, TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT;. RUN THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 45 MINUTES
28 SECONDS WEST, 101.60
FEET TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT; RUN THENCE
NORTH 0 DEGREES 06. MINUTES
32 SECONDS EAST, 130.60
FEET, TO A FOUND CONCRETE
MONUMENT; RUN THENCE SOUTH
89 DEGREES 44 MINUTES 41
SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH
SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SECTION 10, 101.60 FEET TO A
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT;
RUN THENCE NORTH 0 DEGREES
.06 MINUTES 32. SECONDS EAST,
; "' *


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100.00 FEET, TO THE POB.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS A FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE THERETO
GAFLV07A40580W221.
RESERVING- THEREFROM AN
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER THE SOUTHERLY
30.00 FEET THEREOF.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
Default Law Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive, Suite 300,
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before'
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive weeks
in the Bradford County Telegraph.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 22nd day of June,
2009.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL 32091 at 904-966-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
7/02 2tchg 7/09-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BRADFORD
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 04-2008-CA-000524
THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS
TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE
HOLDERS OF CWALT 2005-16,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BRIAN KELLY AND RENEE KELLY
AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/
OWNERS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given,, pursuant
to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
for Plaintiff entered in this cause of
June 22, 2009, in the Circuit Court of
Bradford County, Florida, I will sell the
property situated in Bradford County,
Florida described as:
A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN
SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE1/4)
OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP
9 SOUTH, RANGE 22 ,EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
LOCALLY REFERRED.TO AS LOT
14 OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT OF
"SEMINOLE RIDGE, UNIT NO. 2",
AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT LOCATED AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 12, AND RUN NORTH
0622'43" EAST, ALONG THE
SECTION LINE A DISTANCE OF
814.56 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN SOUTH
89-55' WEST, A DISTANCE OF
1015.50 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN NORTH
1414'19" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
See LEGAL,page 6A






Page 6A -TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--A-SECTION July 2, 2009



Committee may explore BC-Starke consolidation of services


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The Starke City Commission
has been approached to establish
a citizen committee to look at
the issue, of consolidating certain
services with Bradford County.


LEGAL
Continued from Page 5A

522.41 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN NORTH
04'54'33" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
'342.71 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN NORTH
83*59'45" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
417.41 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE RUN WEST
SA DISTANCE OF 175.68 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT FOR
THE POINt OF BEGINNING. FROM
THIS POINT OF BEGINNING RUN
THENCE SOUTH 1626'17" WEST
A DISTANCE OF 259.'94FEET TO.A
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 8743'33" EAST, A
DISTANCE.OF 185.66 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
RUN NORTH : 1626'17" EAST A
DISTANCE OF 70.0 FEET TO A,
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
RUN NORTH, 3448'18" WEST A
DISTANCE OF'230:84 FEET TO THE


Expressing, that interest was
Scott Roberts, who also headed
up a committee on the city's
electric utility.
Roberts asked commissioners,
via City Clerk Linda Johns, if
they would like for him to put
together a committee of citizens


to address consolidation.
The benefits'of consolidation
generally include clearer
organization, creating a single
jurisdiction and potential
cost savings. It's particularly
appealing for smaller agencies
looking to eliminate duplication


DAY SENIQR CENTERS TO HAVE seconds West, a distance of 507.11
OFFSTREET PARKING AND feet; thence run South 01 degree 36
LOADING FACILITIES SURFACED minutes 45 seconds East,'a distance
WITHGRASSORANAPPROPRIATE of 128.51 feet; thence run South 88
PERVIOUS MATERIAL; PROVIDING degrees -44 minutes 31 seconds
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL West, a Astance of 681.80 feet to the
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND POINT OF BEGINNING.
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE Subject to existing county land use
This public hearing may be continued regulations, and .to all easements of
to one or more future dates. Any record, or not of record.
interested party shall be advised Subject to and together with a 60 foot
that the date,, time and place of any perpetual non-exclusive easement
continuation of this public hearing for ingress and egress at-described
shall be announced during the in Official Records Book 109, Page
public hearing and that no further 193, Public Records of Union County,
notices concerning the matter wilt be Florida, over, across and along a
published., portion of the North 60 feet of the
All persons are advised that, if they West V2 of the Southwest A. of said
decide to appeal any decisions Section 26.
made at the-above referenced public Together with a 40 foot perpetual
hearing, they will need a record of the easement for ingress and egress as
proceedings and, for such purpose, described in Deed Book 25, Page
they may need to ensure that a 106, Public Records of Union County,
verbatim record of the proceedings Florida, over and across the West 40.
is made, which record includes the feet of the Southwest V4 of Northwest
testimony and evidence upon which %A of Section 26, 'Township 6 South,
the appeal is to be based. Range 19 East.
7/02 1tchg-UCT. Tax Parcel ID# 27-06-19-00-000-
q. 0110-0, together with a 199,8 FTWD


CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
POINT OF BEGINNING. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
and commonly known as 275 SE 5' IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
Avenue, Melrose, FL 32666; including FLORIDA
S the building, appurtenances, and CASE NO: 63-08-CA-0074
.fixtures located therein, at public THOMAS E. HOWELL, JR.,
sale, to the'highest and best bidder, Plaintiff,
for cash; at the east front door of the Vs.
Bradford County Courthouse, on July JOHN R. THOMAS a/k/a JOHN
23. 2009, at 11:00 a.m. ' ROBERT THOMAS, and DAWN
Any persons claiming an, interest DAUGHTERTY' a/k/a DAWN
in their surplus from the sale, if any, DAUGHTERTY, including
other than the property owner as of any unknown spouse of said.
the date of the lis pendens must file a defendantss, if married, if remarried,
claim within 60 days after the sale. and deceased, the respective
Dated this 22"* day of June, 2009. unknown helis, devisees, grantees,
C of Ray Norman assigqees, creditors, lienors, and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 'trustees, and all other persons
By: Lisa Brannon claiming by, through, under or
S, Deputy Clerk ,against the narqed defendantss,
I7/02 2tchg 7/09-BCT Defendants.
SECOND AMENDED
NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE OF SALE
The Bradford County Affordable NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
I Housing Advisory Committee will hold to the Order Rescheduling Judicial/
a meeting Tuesday July 14 2009 Foreclosure Sale entered on the 10'"
beginning at 3-00 p.m. at the Bradford day of June, 2009. with regard to the
S- County Public Library, located at 456 Default Final Judgment to Foreclose
West Pratt Street, Starke. Florida. Mortgage entered on September 10
Contact Angela Macey at (904) 966- 2008. in Civil Action No. 63-08-CA-
6382 with' questions. 0074, Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial-
7/02 ltchg-BCT Circuit, in and for Union County,
Florida, in which JOHN R. THOMAS,
-. - ,. a/k/a JOHN ROBERT THOMAS, and
UNION DAWN DAUGHERTY, a/k/a DAWN
DAUGHERTY, including any unknown
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF spouses if married, their known and
'". '. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ko eis, devisee, n trees, n
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY, assin ditr.leos n
FLlOR IDA trustees, and all dther persons claiming
:CASE NO: 63-200FLR, 3n by, through, under, or against them,
RAE DUPREE, are the Defendants, and THOMAS
Petitoner E. HOWELL, JR. is thp Plaintiff, I will
And-., sell to the highest and best bidder for
SUNKNOWN, : -ash in; the Front Door Lobby at the
IRe ondfent '- 4 l' ""' ion County Courthouse, 55 West'
SAMENDED NOTICE-OF Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
ACTION FOR PETITION FOR at 11 00 a.m. EST on the 16" day ot
TEMPORARY CUSTODY y, 2009,' the following described
By AN EXTENDED FAMILY property set forth in the Default Final,
SMEMBER Judgment to Foreclose Mortgage.
To Unknown athe. .ioValerie Nicole -4335 SW 139'" Court, Lake Butler,
To Unknown father of Valene Nicole Florida 32054
S'YO ARE NOTIFIED thatu an atinn A parcel of land oritaining a total
-has.B6n filed against u nd that area of 10'"0 acres, more or less.
yu ar Ireeied to agnseyru a nod of' lying, being and situate in Sections
you are required serve i a copy 26 antd 27 Township 6 South. Range
S your 19ritt Ee efesesif any t it n '19 East, Union County, Florida. more
Rae Dupree whose address is 9287 particularly described as follows
SW 148" Place. Lake Butler, FL Commence at the Southwest corner
32054 on or before July .20 and file of said Section 26, thence rug South
the original with the clear of this Court 89 degrees 03 minutes 27 seconds
at 5 W. Main Street, Room 103. Lake West, along the South tine of said
SButler, FL 32054 before service on Secti alon 27 e a d instance of sai660 77
Petitioner or immediately thereafter fecti to the Southwest corner of the
;betntered ta.,arns'^,, oru f aS East VY of East Y2 of Southeast 114 of
be entered against you for the relief said Section 27; thence run North
d- andedin the petito. said Section 27, thenbe run North
' de handed n thepetitio n. < 'n -e 00 degrees 11 minutes 00 seconds
Copies of all court documents in this W0eteg alone themi Wt line S fsai
case, including orders, are available at East of ast 1 ofSutheast A of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office, Sction 27, a distance of 2078 45
: .You may review 'these documents Section 2 fiance of 207 45
u may review these documents feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING
mus keeu the Clerk of the Circuit of the hereinafter described parcel of
Comus k 's ofce notied of yourcu ent land; thence continue running North
Court's office notimafied of your current 00 degrees 11: minutes 00 seconds
address (You na file Noice of West, continuing along said West
Current 'Address, Florida Supreme line of the East a/2of the East '/ of the
CoOrt Approved Family Law Form Southeast ~/ of Section 27, a distance
12 915.) Future papers in this lawsuit of 634.68 feet to the Northwest
will be mailed to the address on comer of said East 2 of Southeast
coR" a tGhe cerkes o 5c Florida of Section 27, thence run North
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida 88' 4 m inuts31s
,- :'' Family law Rules of Procure 88 degrees 44 minutes 31 seconds-
Family Law Rules of Procedure, East along the North linef said East
requires certain automatic disclosure Ea of East tA East ln of Southa East
of documents and information Failure of Secton 27 a distance of 661u19e
: to comply can result in of Section 27, a distance of 661.19
including dismissal --or sactigns, feet to the Northeast corner of said,
din dismissal .r striking of East '~/ of the East 1/2 of Southeast'
: pleadings 22 '2009 -s .. 'Aof Section 27;thence run North 88
Dated June 22, 2009. degrees 20 minutes 52 seconds East,
Slrk egina Parrish alon the.North line of the Northwest
Clerk of the rcuit Court. o Southwest /4 of said Section
By: Sondra Thomas 27, a distance ofl 36.29 feet; 'thence
i 6/25 4tD 7/16UCT run-South 01 degree 57 minutes 01


NOTICE ,OF ENACTMENT OF'
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY"
COMMISSION OF CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an ordinance, which title hereinafter
,appears, :will- be considered for
enactment by the City Commission of
City of Lake Butler,. Florida, at.a public
hearing on July 13. 2009 at 5:15 p:m.,
or as soon thereafter as the 'matter
Scan be heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, in the City of Lake
;'Butler City Hall at 200 Southwest First'
SStreet. Lake Butler, Florida. Copies
of said ordinance may be inspected
by-any member of the public at the
:Office of the City Manager in the
City of Lake Butler City Hall, at 200
Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during regular business
hours On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested'
persons may appear and'be heard
with respect to the ordinance. ,
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
O .OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
AMENDING- THE, CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT.
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
S LDR' 09-2; BY THE CITY
COMMISSION; RELATING TO
\AN AMENDMENT TO TEXT OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.2.15.2,
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Dated this 11h day of June, 2009. .
Regina Parrish:
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
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NOTICE OF A PUBLIC
HEARING BY THE BOARD-OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS THE BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENTS TO CONSIDER
AN APPLICATION FOR A ,
SPECIAL EXCEPTION PERMIT
#35 FOR A' CHURCH,
Notice is hereby given that the Poard"-
df County Commissioners serving as
the Board of Adjustments'- will hold
q public hearing on Monday, July
20, 2009, at 6:50 p.m. in Room 101
Of the Union County Courthouse.
55 West Main Slreel. Lake Butler.
Florida, to considerI an application
fpr a Special Exception permit #35
for a church located ,at 4901 SW
CR 241, Lake Butler, Florida, Parcel
# 21-06-18-00-000-0103-0, as filed
by Larry Davison, Agent for Owner,
Larime' Investments-' LLC. Said
documents may be inspected at the
Union County Building 'Department
Ibocated at 15277 -Southwest 84th
Street, Lke Butler, Florida, ..between
tie hour~of 7:30 a.m.. and 4:00 p:m.,
Monday .'through Friday; excluding
legal holidays or Board ol County
Commissioners Office,-located at 15
N.E. 11 Street,.Lake Butler, Florida,
between the hours of 8:00.a.m. and :
5 00 p.m., Monday'through Friday,
excluding legal holidays.'-
.' 7/02 ltehg-UCT


LAKE REGION
CITY OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
KEYSTONE AIRPAftK -
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
The City of Keystone Heights is
seeking one Keystone Heights area
resident to serve on the Keystone
Heights Airpark Authority' Board.
The Keystone Heights seat is for the
unexpired term ending .May 2011.
The positions will require a minimum
of one meeting per -tQonth and
additional yWorkshops as necessary.
Applications may be requested from
the City of Keystone Heights or on .
the'internet at www.keystoneheights.
us. Call 352-473-4807' for more
informationn. Deadline for submitting-.
applications is, July 22, 2009, at 4 30
p.m. at City Hall, 555fS. Lawrence
Blvd., Keystone Heights, Florida.
;7/02 2tchg 7/09-LRM -

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION-
.Ntice is,hereby given that pursuant'
to the Flotida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801, 83.809),
Lake Area Storage, LLC will sell the
following items to. tle highest and
best bidder on Saturday, July 18,
2009, at i9:00 a.m. (EST) .at 7101
SR 21; Keystone Heights,. Florida
32656: Unit #231, containing misc.
household items.
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of services and ensure quality of
services across the board.
Opponents -of consolidation
often fear the loss of community
independence, the familiarity of
personalized service and reduced
oversight and supervision in
consolidated agencies that span
several areas. Also, there is no
guarantee that consolidation
will lead to greater savings or
efficiency.
The city and county have
already consolidated dispatch ina
single location under the sheriff's
wing. Now calls go to a single
location, and those employees
dispatch all responder services-
medical, law 'enforcement and
fire.
Surrounding counties have
consolidated agencies, such
as the Baker, Gilchrist and
Union county sheriff's offices,
which provide law enforcement
countywide regardless of where
city lines are drawn.
Bradford County and. its
municipalities have gone as far as
signing interlocal agreements and


UC new
library open,

come visit
Come see the new Union
County Library at 250 SE 511
Ave. in'Lake'Butler. .
The- new library has 9,000
square fpet and more than 50,000
books to chose from. It has larger
adult arid children's areas and
new teen area.
The library has 16 Internet-
ready computer stations and will
soon have WiFi.
There is also a genealogy and
periodical room. M '
Hours at the new library are
weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On
Tuesday only, evening hours
are extended to 8 p.m. Saturday
hours are 9 a.m. to.3'p.m.
For more information, call
(386) 496-3432.


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signups
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football and cheerleading signups
will be held at; Little Rair.Lake
Recreational Park, July 20-24,
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-cooperate as closely as possible.
Fire departments respond to
structure fires, accidents and
medical emergencies, backing uip
county EMS which also serves
city and county residents alike.
Agency heads, including
Sheriff Gordon Smith and
Starke Police Chief Jeff Johnson,
have expressed support for
consolidation. It's typically,
commissioners who express


reluctance, or
emotions.


at least mixed


Commissioner .Carolyn
Spooner objected to the creation
of a citizens committee, saying
it was the business of the city
commission.
Some current city
commissioners, however, don't
believe it is up to them to decide.
Mayor Wilbur Waters said
it taxpayers should decide
the issue via referendum, and
Commissioner Travis Woods
agreed. Woods questioned the
usefulness of .the exploratory
committee, but said he would be
willing to listen to its findings,


from 6-7:30 p.m. A third session
will be held July 27-:31 from
6-7:30 p.m.
. Parentsareasked tobringacopy
of their childis birth certificate
(not the-original document),
along with an insurance card, ind
the childfs fourth quarter report
card. Additional paperwork
will be provided'at the ,time .of
signups..
For further information contact
Summer at (352) 473-6931.


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but ultimately the decision should
be up to city residents.
"If it's put on a referendum and
the people of the city of-Starke
want this, I as a commissioner
would do everything in my power
to make it work:'," Woods said.

Commissioner Danny Nugent
said it was up to the commission,
but he was willing to listen to
input that might open the board's
eyes to things it hadn't considered.
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
said he was also willing to
consider, such input, but agreed
with Waters and Woods that the
issue should be put to a public
vote.
"I think the more people who
.are involved in it before it goes to
the voters, the more informed the
voters will be," Chastain said.
Waters said the last committee
did a fine job for the city, and
most of the board agreed to
allow Roberts to put together a
group of people willing to serve,
then bring the matter back to the
commission for final approval.


rent a van and make it a summer
outing.
If you have a machine,
rotary cutting materials, scraps,
and sewing supplies, please
bring them to the July 10
meeting. There aie always extra
supplies to share and observers
are always welcome. All ages
and sewing levels are welcome
and summer might be the perfect
time to bring along a middle or
high school student who might
be looking for a simple summer


Sewing project. For more,
Quilters plan -information about the meeting
or the trip, please call Dorothy
meeting, trip Bartlett,(904) 964-8175.
The Sunshine Quilters. will
meet on Friday, July 10, from 10 St, re VIA
a.m. to noon in the large meeting"' L"arke- v
room of the Bradford County
Public Library. SsetS yard sale
Maria Wallace will be VFW Post 10,1'6 of Starke
presenting the.. program': and... its Ladies Auxiliary are
"Patchwork Tote Bag." This collecting donations for a yard
clever tote bag is made from sale planned for Saturday, July,
strips of scrap material. Copies. 1.1. Clothes, furniture, linens,;
of the complete directions for-the housewares and other items can:
tote bag can be picked up at the be dropped off at the porch of the
library prior to the meeting. post home located at 250. N. Bay
The group also intends to -St. in Starke.
finalize plans to see the "Quilts Proceeds from the yard sale
of Gees Bend" on display at the will benefit several. veterans,.
CummerMuseuminJacksonville. children 'and support local
If a sufficient number of people outreach and evehts.
want to go, the group plans 1,- .- -.


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Extension farmers, provide

UC seniors with fresh corn
During these tough econori"c "Sometimes we just have to service started with in
times, it is nice to see farmers pull together as a community 1920s-helping Union C
--any-voiteers- help'-provi'de to help those around us," said residentst' help themselves
vegetabless to senior citizens. Union Couni Extension Direcior coordinating programs
The Union County Extension Jacque Breman. activities.
Office coordinated the donation This is just one ol the examples Maybe it's time to get ba
of sweet corn from Sheldon of the basics the extension basics.
Arnold Jr. for the benefit of senior
citizen clients at the Suwannee
River Economic Council.
Vivienne Gillen drove Robert
Gillen and Joshua Gillen to.
Arnold's cornfield where an rH
agent from the extension office
showed them how to snap corn.
'They then took a truckload of
corn to the SREC office in Lake
Butler where Lala Redman and 11 ,'
Katie Weeks filled bags that :' ""
were donated by Nancy Spires p 4..',
of Spires IGA for their senior -
clients. -' \1 '


Attention
BC, UC, Clay
musicians!
Want to get together with
-several other musicians and just
have some good fun? Now is the
time to get those old instruments
out of the closet and dust them
off becaUse. during the summer
months, the Union County High
School: band will host reading
band sessions.
Not just for Union County
musicians,these sessions are'open
to anyone who has ever been- in
band as well as any current band
members.The sessions are taking
place on Tuesday evenings from
6-8 p.m. in the Union County
High School band room with
conductors Kelly Dorsey and
Buddy Ball.
There is no performance
involved, just lots of fun. If
you have any questions please
call (386) 496-3779 and leave a
message. The UCHS band room
is located at 1000 S. Lake. Ave.
in Lake Butler on the south side
of the UCHS campus next to the
parking lot and empty, practice
field.

Order 'Angel
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Raiford First Baptist Church
is an order and distribution site
for Angel Food Ministries, a
nonprofit, nondenominational
organization dedicated to
providing food relief.
Orders are accepted the first
week of the month, and food
deliveries are made at the church
on the. last Saturday of each
month.
Anyone desiring to participate
may contact Pastor Joe Murphy
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BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
A dedication ceremony was
held on June 25 for the family of
fallen Department of Corrections
OfficerAdam Sanderson to unveil
the new road sign dedicating C.R.
231 in his memory.
Sanderson, a former
correctional officer at the
Reception and Medical Center,
was killed in an automobile
accident on March 6.
Near the entrance to the
RMC training building, a truck
driven by Dodald Bazzell Jr.,
LEFT: Unveiling the new sign
that will forever preserve the
memory of Adam Sanderson
are his family members (1-r)
brother Jerry Sanderson Jr.,
widow.Heather Sanderson,
sister Jennifer Sanderson
and parents Jerry Sanderson
Sr. and Elaine Sanderson.
RIGHT: Adam Sanderson's
son, Logan, is comforted
Py his grandfather, Jerry
Sanderson Sr., after
receiving a plaque in honor
of his father. Presenting the
plaque was RMC Assistant
Warden Chris Southerlarid
and Union County
Commission Chairman
Karen Cossey.
LEFT: Katie Weeks (left)
and Lala Redman bag the
donated corn for senior
citizens in the community.
BELOW AT LEFT: Joshua
Gillen and Robert Gillen
helped snap the corn and
deliver it to the SREC.


Transport


J board to meet
The Union County
Transportation Disadvantaged
SCoordinating Board will meet on
Tuesday, July 14, atl:15 p.m. in
the .county commission meeting
room at the UC courthouse.
For more information, call i
e (800) 226-0690. .
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who had just been involved in
a domestic stabbing, slammed
into Sandprson's DOC van while
fleeing from police. Bazzell, a
correctional officer at Florida
State Prison, was also killed
in the accident. Fred Jackson,
Sanderson's passenger, was
seriously injured.
During the dedication, RMC
Warden Tim Cannon spoke to the
crowd of more than 100 people
saying he was honored to be
asked to say a few words about
Sanderson.
"Today is a testament of a
community who thinks so much


of Adam Sanderson that now,
every time someone goes by
here, they will think about his
legacy and what he meant to the
corrections program," Cannon
said.
Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead said this just isn't the
type of thing one ever expects to
happen.
"Per capital, this county is the
fourth largest lawv enforcement
community in the state. What an
honor that so many departments
pulled together to make this
happen."


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3 from Union take learning trip to Egypt


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Two former Union County ,-. ,
High School students recently .
returned home from a trip. to
Egypt through their studies at the
University of Florida College of
Agricultural and Life Sciences
(UF CALS)..
Stephanie Floyd and Andrea
Andrews were among 15 UF .
CALS ambassador students who ......'
had the opportunity to spend 12 ,
days in Egypt. -
One of the chaperones during ,
the trip is also well known "
to Union County. Charlotte -
Emerson, UF's director of student Although the
development and recruitment, feet tall, by pc
taught agriculture education at distance, Stepl
UCHS from 1994-2006. this half lion,
The purpose of the trip believed to
abroad was for students to have
the opportunity to compare
and contrast Egyptian agricultural production,
processing and marketing as well as higher
education programs, with those in the United
States. ? /
,When first arriving in Cairo, Floyd said they
were in the midst of a sand storm.
"The sand is something you just have to get used
to over there," Floyd said. "The sand is constantly
blowing about, and you don't. realize just how
much is on you until you see the mud fest in the
shower each night."
After checking in to her hotel and waiting out the
sand storm, Floyd said she opened her hotel room
door and the first thing she,saw was a breath-taking
view of the pyramids. Later in the trip, a secofid
hotel stay in Hurghada offered a swim in the Red
Sea and a dinner cruise on the Nile River.
The students visited arid tourednumerous sights
in Egypt, such as the MAFA Agricultural Farm.
"What the Egyptians have done to adapt'to their
resources is amazing" said Floyd. She explained
that MAFA uses an intricate drip irrigation system
to water their crops. For growing their strawberries,
the MAFAfarm began a predator's propagation unit
which discovered a way to reduce the application
of acaricides (a chemical agent used to kill mites)
and still produce bountifulfruit.
"MAFA puts Plant City's strawberries to shame,"
said Floyd. "We couldn't get enough of them."
She was surprised to learn, that MAFA is largely
owned by a Christian family in place where nearly
90 percent of the, population is predominately
Muslim.
They also visited an Egyptian agriculture high
school where the students did 'a yogurt-making
presentation and floral design presentation for their
American visitors.


Through interpreters. Floyd Ride 'i
said some of the high schoolers Emer,
relayed that the UF group were the
first Americans they had seen-or
probably ever will see. Floyd said
that she felt like a celebrity.
"Some of them were smiling really big and
calling us names like 'Spice Girls' and 'Shakira,'
wanting to touch our hair and see our teeth," she.
said.
As part of the CALS program, Egyptian students
receive textbooks and scientific journals from UF.
Students wanted Floyd and the others to autograph
their textbooks and asked for email addresses.
Since returning home, Floyd said she has received
numerous Facebook addition requests.
"Funny thing is, some of them posted comments
to my online pictures and I have no idea what they
are writing because it is in Arabic," Floyd said.
But nonetheless, the cultural exchange has been
a very life- changing and educational experience
for her.
The group also visited Cairo University and
South Valley University, where Floyd learned that
college education in Egypt is publicly funded.
Floyd said the trip was at times very emotional
for her-seeing firsthand places like the inside
of the Great Pyramids of Giza and touching
1,000-year-old hieroglyphics, the Sphinx, the
Hepchesuits Temple, the Valley of the Kings, the
Egyptian museum and seeing the actual King Tut
exhibit- not a replica, but the real' deal.
"I saw the actual mummies of people I read
about in the Bible and retraced the actual footsteps
of Moses during the time of the plagues when he
told Pharaoh, 'Let my people go,'" said Floyd.
Of course there were camel rides, braving


em camel girl? Charlotte
son tries out some local
transportation.
Egyptian food and shopping for
souvenirs at the markets. Floyd
said she was a professional
haggler by the time she left
Egypt.
One American dollar is
equivalent to 5.16 Egyptian
pounds, so when asking the price
of things like scarves, alabaster
or jewelry, it would really seem
expensive in pounds.
"I would think the price was
way too much and get them to
lower it," Floyd said.
It was only later when she
really thought about. it that she
realized she had purchased a
beautiful gold necklace for
something like six bucks.
By the end of the trip, Floyd
said she was totally emerged
in Egyptian culture. Muslims,
Floyd said, are very faithful to
their religion, praying five times
a day. It doesn't matter where
they are at the time, either.
Walking along a road, she would
see people randomly bowing
down and praying in the middle
of the street.
Through all the wonder of
experiencing what she had only
seen in pictures or read about in


j. -. The families of these girls
4 choose the husband each
- t -. - - "twill marry and some are
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"We don't realize just how good we have it as Americans," said Stephanie Floyd. Her
she is posing with a group of female Muslim high school students.

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books, Floyd said the experience rtide her
appreciate even more what she has here at
home.
For example, at her hotel in Luxor, an
Egyptian telecommunications expert asked
Floyd about her iPod and inquired as to
what she had paid for it.
She recalled, "I told him how much I
paid for it and he said that he would have
to work 60 years in order to pay for one.
As Americans, we can take so much for
granted."
Floyd admitted that when she returned
home, it took her a few weeks to actually
adjust back to her regular routine.
"I was just left feeling so guilty about
everything I had: not just material things,
but my education, my job, my freedoms...I
think anyone who ever has opportunity to
travel to Egypt should do so. You truly gain
a new sense of appreciation for where and
how you live."


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for Miss Florida title
So far as we know, Rachel Rothwell is
the first woman from Keystone Heights
to compete for the MissFlorida title.
Rothwell leaves Sunday, July 5, for the
competition, which includes a panel
interview, then talent, swim-wear and
evenirtg gown competitions and an on-
stage question.
Several nights of preliminaries
culminate in the final judgingon Saturday,
July 11, where the top 10 are announced.
They continue their quest for the Miss
Florida-America 2009 title:
Rothwell is the daughter of Roger and
-Diana Rothwell of Keystone Heights.
SHer younger brother, Michael is a senior
at Keystone Heights High School. Her
maternal grandparents are Pattie and the
late Neil Rhodes Crawford of Starke.
Her paternalgrandparents are Col. (ret.)
Roger D. and the late Meta Ross Rothwell
of Melrose.
Rothwell has a Web site, www.
rachelrothwell.com. RachelRothwell


Melrose Library


room of the board
on the fourth floor ir


hosts summer administration building
hosts summer' Springs.
programs. The meeting is open
The Melrose Public Library has. _
scheduled a series of programs for young ClaY ules
people this summer.
The Melrose Fire Department will COmmitteef
visit the Library on Thursday, July 9 at 1 I
p.m. Fire safety for children will also be meet July
discussed. The fire department will visit -
;-with children 4-10 years old and their The Clay Coun
-.,parents or caretakers. The firefighters will Policy, Rules, and
demonstrate their emergency equipment Committee will mee'
and explain what the children should do in 6, and Monday, July 2
the case of a fire. The children will see a fourth floor meeting r
Sfiretruck and how the equipment works. administration buildii
Coming up, biologist Maureen Akey St. in Green Cove Spri
will introduce children 5-12 years old open to the public. Al
and their parent or caregiver to "Molly are invited to attend.
the Monarch Butterfly" on- Thursday,
July 16, at 1 p.m. The program covers the
butterfly's life, cycle in, an entertaining Need a rid
presentation. There will be fun hands-on to work c
activities for air ages. t, WOrk o
The Melrose Public Library is located SChool?
atiat 312' Wynrwood Avenue. For more if you are receivil
information call (352) 475-1237. any, form of publ
assistance and nec
T help with your trav
Transport '. eds, call CISTO
committee to meetsee if qualify f
Cfree t ,transpottatic
The Clay County Transportation and Call (904) 364-8598'
Infrastructure Committee will meet on (904)964-7776.
Tuesday. July 7, at 2 p.m., in, the meeting


of commissioners
n the Clay County
g in Green Cove
n to the public.,


4:4 A boy's best friends '
and Rescue cooled down a Cub Scout day camp held at
ago. The Scouts came from all ove the immuua District
.bRaie, Pack 109 from Melrose, Pack 42:from Crescent City
8, among others. Other activities during the week Included
raftS and Indoor study of the solar systerm..


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drafted by KC Royals


Keystone Heights residents
Randall and Carol Singletary
have a sudden interest in mid-
western professional baseball
teams. Their friends do too, the
phone's been ringing off the
hook.
Their grandson, Ryan Stovall,
was drafted on June 10 by the
Kansas City Royals in the 19th
round and was overall #572 pick
in' the 2009 MLB First Year
:Player Draft.
Stovall is also the grandson
;of Clark Stovall Sr. of Keystone
: Heights and son of Wade and
;Dru'Anne Skinner and Clark
IStovall Jr.
Stovall concluded a season
iat Thomas- University posting
record-breaking statistics. The
5'-l 1", 185-pounder led the Night
Hawks to a 30-13 mark in 2009.
He set single season standards for
batting average (,487) slugging
percentage (1.032), hits (76),
home runs (20), total bases (16)
: and stolen bases (14).
Stovall was also named the
Association of Independent
Institutions Player of the Year and
was noted as the best shortstop in
the league. He was named NAIA
All-American second team and
. posted the second highest batting
average in the entire NAIA


Ryan Stovall


league.
The rookie recently set out
for Surprise, Ariz., for spring
training. There, he will be
assigned to a team somewhere
in the Kansas City Royals'
organization.
Asked how many calls he's
received since word of his
grandson got out, Randall
Singletary .replied, "I honestly
couldn't tell you." ,


Pizza parties Palatka.
Pizza partiesEach party will be held from
planned for 6-8 p.m. The price for each
evening will be $20 per person,
Putnam Land with $10 covering food, soft
drinks, and tips and $10 as a
CO Se Va n donation to the conservancy.
The PutnamLand Conservancy The PLC goal is to preserve land
plans some spicy evenings at its and water for people and wildlife.
fundraising pizza parties. Recently, the PLC. partnered
The Putnam Land with the city of Hawthorne for
Conservancy, a nonprofit land a $6 million grant to purchase
trust organization, plans three 1,100 acres of sensitive lands in
pizza evenings "around the the Little Orange Creek area of
county. western'Putnam County. RSVP
The first will be held on by calling (386) 336-5400 or
Tuesday, July 14, at Sicily's, 1124 e-mail hrhpelikani@gmail.com.
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Medical records will be retained by The


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Back to school fair being planned for BC


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
With free food, live music and
1,000 backpacks to give away, the
organizers of the Back-to-School
Information Fair hope to make
this year's event an even greater
success than last year.
The event is planned for
Saturday, Aug. 22, from 4 to 6
p.m. in downtown Starke, the
weekend before public schools
are back in session.
There will also be drawings
every half-hour for $100 Wal-
Mart gift cards.
.Organizers want the fair to
bring the community together,
even as volunteers for schools,
churches, businesses and
organizations work to cater to
mental, physical and spiritual
needs.
Last year, hundreds lined up for
.the Back-to-School Information
Fair, an impressive turnout for an
inaugural event.
Pastor Byron Ramseur,
coordinator of the event, told the
city commission the goal of the
fair is to get information into the
hands of those who need it-
information about services that
can help improve qtlality of life
and better equip families and
their students to succeed.
There will be an even greater
need this year, Ramseur said.
"People are out of work and
kids are going to need help, so
that's why we're doing what
we're doing," he said.
Any private or public service
organization offering services
valuable to families preparing
to send students back to school
are encouraged to get involved.
"There's, so much available
to people that they don't know
about." Ramseur said.
With a goal of giving away
1,000 .backpacks loaded with
school supplies and 10 $100
gift cards, donations will be
needed. Checks can be made
out to Back-to-School Info Fair
and mailed to 113 E. Call St.,
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drawings that will take place
every 30 minutes.


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Jefferson streets. w ith live music
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HE school
reunion in July
.. A reunion for the former
: students and staff of Hampton
Christian Academy will take
place at Hampton Baptist Church
on Saturday. July I1. For more
information, please call Joy
Hutto at (352) 468-2316 or e-mail I
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SRWMD sets
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district headquarters on S.R. 49
and: U.S. 90 in Live Oak. The
.meeting has been set to consider
district business and conduct
public 'hearings on regulatory
and land acquisition matters. A
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SAll district meetings, workshops
and hearings are open to the
public. For more information,
call (386) 362-1001 .


Mills earns
photography
degree
Sarah Elizabeth Mills of
Melrose has graduated Savannah
College of Art and Design with
a bachelor of arts degree in
photography.
The graduate was also
named to the dean's list for the
spring quarter, which requires a
minimum 3.5-point GPA.
Savannah College of Art and
Design is a private, nonprofit.
accredited institution that offers
a choice of degree programs in
42 different majors.

Allen receives
degree
Amanda Allen of Keystone
Heights, daughter of Bobby
W. Allen and Paula J. Allen of
Keystone Heights, received an
associate in arts from Oxford
College of Emory University in
Atlanta.,


BC woman named
governor-elect for
Altrusa district


The District Three Conference
for Altrusa International Inc.
was held in Tampa in late April.
Outgoing District Governor
Linda Robison passed the gavel
to the incoming governor. Robin
Hall of Lake City.
Starke's very own Beverly
Hardy was named the governor-
elect, Colleen Duris of Ocala
was named vice governor and
Tammy Hall of Lake City was
named treasurer.


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Martha Epps, Margaret Anderson, Beverly Hardy, Linda
Tatum and Vicki Teal.


Woods named
to Dean's List
Hope Harris Woods of Melrose
was named to the Dean's List at
Longwood University. She was
among more than 500 students
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In attendance representing
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Past President Carol Berry,
Martha Epps, Dana Crase,
Margaret Anderson, Susan
Magee, Linda Tatum, Carolyn
Carver and Ellen Roberts.
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Regional News

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



Area residents pedaling their way to better health


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Pedaling a stationary bicycle
won't change your location,
but it has taken several people
in the area to different places
in their lives in terms of weight
loss and overall health.
"The Art of Spinning with
Eric" is a series of classes
offered through the Bradford-
Union Career Technical Center
that offer a low-impact,
aerobic workout on stationary
bikes. Devised by instructor
Eric Shupe, who has worked


10 years as'a personal trainer,
the classes have drawn people
of varying ages, including 73-
year old Hazel Muse.
"It's one of the best things
I've ever started," said Muse,
who added she feels better


than she has in a long time.
Sharon Petiprin is 66, but
the classes have left her feeling
much younger in heart.
"I feel like I can do
anything," said Petiprin, who
has been taking the classes


since Ocitber. "I feel like I'm
16 again."
Petiprin and Muse, as well
as their respective spouses, are
just some of the many
devotees who have helped
create quite a growth in two


years from humble beginnings.
Shupe said he began with two
bikes, one of which was his.
Now, he has 30 bikes and
offers three evening sessions
three times a week, while
Steve Hayes, who is Shupe's


pastor at First Christian
Church in Starke, leads a
beginners' class three times a
week in the mornings.
Shupe admitted he did not
See PEDAL, p. 3B


Amie Johns is shown
during one of Erici
Shupe's evening
classes.


First Christian
Mini-Triathlon

set for Aug. 1
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Eric Shupe and Steve Hayes
help people lead active
lifestyles by teaching exercise
classes on stationary bikes
indoors, but' the two men are
now ready to go outdoors and
establish an event they hope
will take place every year.
The First Christian Mini- .
Triathlon is scheduled for
Saturday, Aug. 1, at 7:30 a.m.
it the Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center. Shupe said
like "The Art of Spinning with
-Eric" classes he leads at the
=B13radford-Union Career
Technical Center, the triathlon
is another way of giving
people a feeling of
accomplishment at having
achieved something.
;- "Our primary focus is
finishing it," Shupe said.,
.There's not a first-place prize.
It's an everyone-wins-type of
thing."
; A clock will be kept for
informational purposes only.
Shupe said there will be no
pressure on anyone to
complete the event in a certain
amount of time. In fact,
transportation. will be made
available to anyone who feel
they cannot continue at any.
point during the event.
Shupe said 20 local people
have committed to participate,
but by advertising outside of
The area, he and .Hayes expect
to have a lot more.
"We're going to try to hive
D00 this year," Hayes said.
We plan on multiplying that
fext year."
SThe event, which is
-omposed of a quarter-mile
swim, 9-mile bike ride and 3-
-ile run, has a $25 fee, with
all proceeds going toward the
Bradford Ecumenical
iMinistries Food Pantry. A
cookout will be held after the
fvent.
Shupe and Hayes have' both
participated in triathlons in the
past and both will compete in .
this one. Their goal, though, is
hot to try to lead the pack.
Hayes said they will stay with
whoever needs help and
encouragement along the way.
I Such an event is something
that Hayes has not .participated
lin for quite a while. He used to
compete in marathons as well,
but an injury put a halt to that.
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Ayden Dopson

Ayden Dopson
Raye Snow and Casey
lDepson of Starke announce the
:birth of a son, Ayden Tommy
'Reese Dopson, born May 12,
2009 in Gainesville.
=Maternal grandparents are
Elie and Brian Baldwin of
[arke and Greg and Judy
tadgett of Hawthorne.
SIaternal great grandparents
are Harley and Betty Hazen of
Slarke.
Paternal grandparents are
Jeff and Theresa Moore of
Starke and Rick and Diane
Dopson of Yulee. Paternal
great grandparents are
Geraldine and Tommy Dopson
and Helen and Don
Scandaliato, all of Yulee.
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Braedon
Schmidt
' Jeremiah Schmidt and Casey
10urray of Keystone Heights
announce the birth of a son,
$raedon Robert Schmidt, born
pne 4, 2009, in Orange Park.
SHe joins a brother, Carl
Murray, and a sister, Carlie
E1urray.i
g Maternal grandmother, is
Kithy Hayes of Keystone
HMights. Maternal great
grandparents are Alta Linton
.< Keystone Heights and
9inry Linton of Macclenny.
- Paternal grandparents. are
eaa g. alltip -of S,
uugustine and Robert Schm rt
i' Willistoni.: Paternal great
grandparent is Frances Gaskins
of Lake Butler.


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feelings to one's beliefs
and ideas. That Is
probably the only way
to achieve a measure
of harmony in one's life.
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ATTENTION!
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you to disregard the
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advertisement that
was done without my
permission. I did not
announce a birth of
any child. I am not a
father. If my name is
used again without-
my permission, legal
action will be taken.


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Colson, Smelley wed June 13


Michelle Colson, of Starke,
and daughter of Tommy,and
Wanda Colson of New River,
and Cliff Smelley, of Starke,
son of Claudia and Dennis
Daunhauer of Palm Coast and
Henry and Helen Smelley of
Hawthorne, were united in
marriage Saturday, June 13,.
2009.
The bride is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed at Madison Street
Pharmacy. She is a member of
Bradford Baptist Church.
Attendant for the bride as maid
of honor was Stephanie
Human.


The groom is a graduate of
Keystone Heights High School
and the University of Florida.
He is employed by the
Bradford County Telegraph
and is a member of Bradford
Baptist Church.. The groom's
attendant as best man was his
father, Henry Smelley..
The wedding was performed
by Pastor Rick Jackson at
Bradford Baptist Church in
Starke. A reception was held in
the Fellowship Hall of
Bradford Baptist Church.
Following a honeymoon trip
to Gatlinburg, Tenn., the
couple will reside in Starke.


Johns and Tison wed June 20


-Jami Marie Johns and David
Alexander Tison of
Middleburg were united in
marriage June 20, 2009, at the
Keystone Heights Shrine Club.
Given in marriage by her
mother, Michelle Johns, the
bride is, a 2007 graduate of
Keystone High School. She
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n-iel Muse (left) and Susan Nichols put forth maximum effort during one of Steve
Hayes' beginners' classes. Muse, who is 73, said, "I feel better than I've felt in a
lona time."


PEDAL
Continued from page 1B
expect things to take off the
way they have, but added, "I
.did know the people who did
:itry it really liked it."
Esther Appling, a participant
since 'October, said the
exercises are addicting. That's
a sentiment Hayes has heard
from quite a number of people.
"They get addicted to
physical health," Hayes said.
"That's our goal, to get people
thinking about what they eat
-i~d -how, they --think about
exercise.'


"Other people have said it's
the best workout'they've ever
had."
Hayes certainly agrees. He is,
a six-time marathon.
participant, but an injury aqd
subsequent' surgery put a halt
to that. Hayes, who 4pcaptme
overweight, began working out
on the stationary bike prior to
his surgery and "came back."
Spinning with bandages on," ,
he said
Now, Hayes plans, to
participate in a marathon in
December, while also, along.
with Shupe, organizing and
participating in a triathlon,
which will be 'held Aug. 1. at
Camp Blandifig (see story on







Eric Shupe
leads his class
through a
series of
exercises in
which riders go
up and down
with one hand
behind their
back.


page IB).
"-I dropped 30 pounds."
Hayes said. "My heart rate -is
b"Iter than it. has ever been,
I.'m running farther and faster
than I've ever run, ',and I
continue to lose weight."
Haves has been so
impressed with the exercises
that he promotes the ,classes
from the pulpit.
.. "I teach' miid, body -nd
spirit in church," he said. "This
addresses the body, ,Our
bod) 's a temple of thie lord.
We're to serve it and care for
it. High-aerobic exercise helps
that, no doubt."
Several members of First
Christian Church Lake the
classes, including Appling,
Muse and Peliprin.
.'(Hayes) is losing a


* tremendous amount, of
weight," Shype said, "Other
pfe9ple see. that. It really.
Qs them." T9
*1 'ipling. who not y saw .,,
the results her pastor was
eating, but the results her.
was getngt -l r hutaIN 2 --
pounds and gone down three the classes
sizes in clothing since she IncO October.
began. She said she has muscle ShIl as lost 20
tone and a lot more energy. funds s and
"The results are absolutely ap undates theand
amazing," Appling said. low-impact
The road to those results was workoutwthe
intimidating at first, Appling s oary bikes
said. The exercises, in which bffeir. "This is
tensionn: ,is" increased and' an exercise I
decreased throughout, involve can actually
more than simply pedaling. do," she said.
Standing and pedaling for' ; .-."
periods, a series of ups-and- ; ." ,i.: (.< :"' :' ....
.pwns and so-calld sprints all
.make up Shupp's art of. .
ipntning." .
I sat down a lot the first
time,:'ppling said. .
lmaye admitted that when he n
tobk his first class, he believing the first 10 minutes
'wondered if he was going to are only a warm-up period.
survive. A beginner, though, is not
"I couldn't do all of it,"'he expected to keep pace with
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through the whole set." the class to. If someone can't
First-time participants are stand up, it's ok for them to
often shocked ait just how
intense a class can be. One
comment Shupe hears over and
over from first-time
participants is that they did not
expect the exercises to be so
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remain in the "saddle," Shupe,:
said. If the tension is too high.,.,
decrease it. *I;
"You can push yourself as..
, hard as you want, or you can,
just take it easy," Shupe said.
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Thursday, July 2, 2009 Page 4B



The basis of our freedom


Within a few days the dire
American people will enjoy a of
national holiday, the Fourth of these
July, but.only a few .will pause deta
to remember the price paid by Grea
the residents of the 13 Kini
colonies/states that came colo
together to form "the more redr
perfect union." Even fewer term
people will reflect oh the repe
author of the Declaration of Af
Independence, Thomas "nat
Jefferson, one of the great men mag
of all time. the-
The Second Continental then
Congress appointed a five- kind
member committee consisting usur
of John Adams, Benjamin inev
Franklin, Roger Sherman, conn
Robert R. Livingston and corn
Jefferson to write the conti
Declaration of Independence, there
with the actual writing falling nece
to Jefferson because of his our
education and writing ability., as w
(Jefferson was an attorney, eneti
fluent in Greek, Latin and friend
French, and a writer of renown
ability.) The preamble to the Tb
Declaration of Independence Decl
written by Jefferson is desec
testament to the correctness of publ
their decision. Read again, the writt
opening words of this "W
immortal document: repr
."When in the course of State
human events, it becomes cong
necessary for one people to to tl
dissolve the political bands world
which have connected them inten
with .another, and to assume by
among the powers of the earth, peop
the separate and equal station soler
to which the laws of nature and that
of nature's God entitle them, a and
decent respect to the opinions and
of mankind requires that they they
should declare the causes alleg
which impels them to the Crov
separation. conn
"We hold these truths to be the !
self-evident, that all men are and,
created equal, that they are disso
endowed by their creator. with inde|
certain inalienable rights, that have
among these life, liberty and conc
he .ersuit'of-happiness.--- all aian
e "That to secure these rights, and
governments are instituted thing
among men, deriving their just state:
powers from the consent of the the s
governed." with,
Jefferson' continues by. prote
charging King George with a prov
history of repeated injuries and pledge
usurpations, "all having in our


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ct object the establishment
an absolute tyranny over
e states.", Jefferson then
iled the charges against
at Britain, and reminded
g George III that the.
nies "have petitioned for
ess in the most humble
is only to, be answered by
ated injury."
after appealing to their
ive justice and,
unanimity Jefferson says
colonies "have conjured
n by our ties of common
red to disavow these
pations which would,
itably interrupt our
sections and
espondence." Jefferson
inues, saying, "We must
fore, acquiesce in the
ssity, which denounces
separation, and hold them,
e hold the rest of mankind,
lies in war, in peace
ds."
ie final paragraph in the
aeration of Independence
rves .the verbatim
fishing' just as it was
en:
We, 'therefore, the
nsenttives of the United
es of America, in general
ress, assembled, appealing
he supreme judge of the
d for the rectitudeof our
itions, do, in the name, and
authority oif the good
le of -these colonies,
nnly publish and 'declare,
these united colonies are,
of right ought to be free
independent states: that
are absolved from all
iance to the British
wn, and that all political
section between them and
state of, Great Britain, is
ought 'to be totally
Lived; and that as free and
pendept states, they shall.
full pwer to levy war,
lude ,, peace, contract
nces, establish commerce,
to do. all other, acts and
gs 'which independent
s may of right do. And for
support of this declaration,
a firm reliance on. the,
action of divine
idence, we mutually
ge to each other our lives,.
fortunes and our sacred

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tone number. She didn It
a fake identity, post
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s. ; Little pretty much
ed.the case to the police
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a jail cell. Ms. Little is not
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honor."
The adoption vote by the 56
delegates from the 13 colonies
was unanimous, with president
of the Continental Congress
John Hancock (delegate from
Massachusetts) signing his
name in bold. letters. Make no
mistake, the delegates
understood the gravity of the
situation and knew well the
ultimatum issued by the
colonies was tantamount to a
declaration of war.
As far as I can discern, the
term "United States of ,
America" was first used in this
document.
My comments: Even as the
nation was born, there was
disagreement over the slavery
.issue in both the North and
South, and less than 100 years
later 'the nation fought a
bloody. Civil War resulting in
ending servitude of 'humans.
The 13 colonies, which
occupied a narrow strip of land
on the Atlantic Seaboard,
increased their real estate by
the Louisiana Purchase and
pushed 'on to the Pacific-
Ocean, forming 48 contiguous
states.
The nation provided the
margin of victory in two world
wvars 'with its unmatched
* production of materials and
supplies, and enabled Germany
to survive after World War II
in spite of a Russian blockade.
It has been a protector of Israel.
since its inception in 1948 and
continues to provide both
moral and military support.
Since World War II, the
nation has made a concerted
effort to level the playing field
for minority citizens with some
degree of success, even though
utopia continues to elude the
effort. Much remains to be
done, but it seems' safe to say,
S000 years from now there
will remain battles to be fought
.and victories t bg wo,, ..
In theneantifie, remember
the outstanding men and i4
women who carried the torch
of freedom in every
generation, keeping in mind
that Memorial pay in which
we honor the men and women
who gave their lives for our
country always precedes the
Fourth of July.
God Bless our Great Nation.
By Buster Rahn, Telegraph
editorialist


Writer offers
thanks
Dear Editor: .
My heartfelt thanks to the
people of Starke for the warm
reception given me in
introducing my first novel,
Sorrows Road. Special thanks
to Chuck Krammer of WEAG
for the radio interview; Cliff
Smelley for the Bradford
County Telegraph articles, the
Kiwanis Club for inviting me
to speak; and to my wife, Judy
Stefanell; my sister, Elisa
Stefanelli Biggs, and Linda
Johns Allen for their
assistance; to David Elder and
Cleo Elder for the delicious
meal at the Country Club; to
Sylvia Tatum and Linda Tatum
for the use of the Country Club
for my book signing event, and
to all those Who purchased imy
book.
I have been overwhelmed by
your graciousness. Those who
were unable to attend the
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($15.95);, or by writing for an
autographed copy from
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P.O. Box 701, Milford, OH
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you enjoy reading Sorrows
Road as much as I .enjoyed
writing it.
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TEA party
set July 4
Dear Editor:
Starke's second Taxed
Enough Already (TEA) party
is on the 40 of July, 10:30 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m., in the 500 block
of U.S. 301/Temple Avenue.
TEA parties are peaceful,
patriotic gatherings of like-
minded individuals, regardless
of political party affiliation.
They are meant to inspire,
unite and energize. all
Americans. .
The silent majority, has
stepped into the street to wave
homemade signs while
patriotic music blares in the
background, because, they
must. Washington hs' failed
them. They have bankrupted
our country, taken over private
businesses, trampled on states'"
rights, fired inspectors general
who do their job, and allowed
the administration, its. "czars",
and treasury to grab extreme
powers. The&e'Ws lore." '
Unemployment. is. up. Gas
prices are up. The billions
spent to save Chrysler and
General Motors from
bankruptcy didn't work, but
did. save the UAW, a strong
Democratic supporter.
Congress is pushing Cap and
Trade, which the president
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Tyler indicted
for murder
Demetrio Lebarion Tyler,
26, of Fernadina Beach has
been indicted by a Bradford
County grand jury for first
degree murder, armed burglary
of a dwelling and carrying a
concealed firearm.
SThe, grand. jury heard the
case on June 26 after Starke
Police Department
investigators arrested Tyler
June 5 in connection with the
murder of Decoveya DeSue
DeSue died in his apartment of
multiple gunshot wounds on
June 5.
Leonard Terrell Williams,
. 26,\ of Jacksonville was also
*arrested in connection with this
crime. Both Tyler and
'Williams remain in the
Bradford County Jail under no
bond.
According to SPD's Cpt.'
Barry ; Warren, .the
investigation' has determined
that the' motive for the murder
was drug related.
He, said SPD investigators
are working the case
aggressively, interviewing
witnesses, gathering evidence
and following leads. They are
also, awaiting results from the
-Florida Department of Law
Enforcement for ballistics and
evidence analysis.
Starke Police. Chief Jeff
Johnson sdid, "1I appreciate the
cooperation of all the citizens
of our community who -have
assisted our investigators in
this. case. We are continuing,
our' investigation with the
intent of bringing to justice all
individuals who. are
responsible for the death of
Decoveya DeSue."

Caregiver
charged when
toddler
wanders
'Tia 'Marie Ritch,' 2'1, of
Starke was arrested June 28 by
SPD Officer David Bukowski
for child neglect without great
harm;
.Officer Bukowski said he
was called to a location on
U.S. 301 in Starke by passing
motorists who had found a
one-year-ol '.' toddler
wandering in the roadway. The
motorists had led the child off
the road, but had no idea to
whom the child' belonged.
iOfficer Bukowski said they
begari a canvass of the area,
brudid T"-fi l parents,

Office to await 'pickup .by a
caseworker from the
Department of Children and
Families. -
Approximately two hours
later, Officer Bukowski
encountered "a woman who
said she had been working all
njght and had returned home to
find her toddler missing. The
toddler matched the
description of the child found
S in the roadway.
SThe' mother said Ritch was
the caregiver who was in
harge of, supervising her
children while she. was at
work. According to
Bik'owski's.'. report, Ritch said
she had checked on the toddler
at about 6 a.m. and found him
eep..in his bed. She went
back'to bed and said she had
r o idea how the child had
gotten out of the house since
she had 'also checked the doors


before she had gone to bed for
the evening.
Ritch was arrested and was
bein& held on no bond.

Info sought
on burglaries
The Clay County Sheriffs
Office is seeking information
on a 'ash of daytime burglaries
that have occurred recently in
the Middleburg area.
The only information CCSO
has at this time is that the
suspects are possibly two
white males' driving an
unknown type of white
vehicle.
Anyone with- information
related to these incidents
should call Detective Anthony
Harris at (904) 264-6512.

Recent
arrests in
Bradford,.
Clay or Union.
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Willie Ford, 31, of Keystone
,Heights, was arrested June 27
by' Clay' County 'Sheriff's
Office (CCSO) deputies on a
warrant; for .possession of a
Control led substance.:
Senaca Seibert, 25, of
Melrose was arrested June 27
by CCSO deputies for robbery
and aggravated battery.'
Blradley Roderick, 23, of,
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 25 by CCSO deputies for
aggravated battery.
Joseph Deveronica, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June.24 by CCSO deputies on
,a Mississippi warrant as being
a fugitive from justice.
Billy McCall, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 23 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two -counts of
failure to appear in court.
Donald Pilgrim, 42, of
Starke was arrested June 23 by
CCSO deputies .for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Sean Wells, 19, of Keystone
Heights was arrested June 30
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation.


County Sheriff's Office
(BCSO) deputies fdr
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Total bond
was set at $16,000 and she was
released on bond June 24.
Valerie Letrice Risby, 42, of
Starke was arrested June 23 by
BCSO deputies for non-
support. She purged the charge
by paying $300 on June 23.
Benjamin Curtis Meek, 28,
of Citra was arrested June 23
by Stake Police Department
(SPD) officers for obtaining a
,controlled substance by
forgery, or fraud. Bond was set
at'$15,000 and he'remained in
jail as of press time.
Gregory Chandler, 46, of
Starke was arrested June 23 by
SPD officers for possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was


set at $1,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Jeff Ruise, 44, of Starke was
arrested June 23 by BCSO
deputies for possession of a
controlled substance,
possession of drug
paraphernalia and being a
habitual traffic offender. Total
bond was set at $24,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Justin Mathew Willingham,
23, of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 23 by BCSO
deputies on an out-of-county'
warrant. He was turned over to
the other county on June 24.
Karen'Claudia Clyatt, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
24 by SPD officers for
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis.
She was released on her own
recognizance June 24.
Billy Dean McCall, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 24 by BCSO deputies on
'two counts of failure to appear
in court oni bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. Total
bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond June 25.'
Marshall Everett Combs, 35,
of Lawtey was arrested June
24 by parole and 'probation
officers on two out-of-county
warrants. He was being held
on no bond.
Lisa Glover, 45, of .Starke
was arrested June' 24 by SPD
officers on two counts of
uttering a forged instrument.
Total bond was set at $10,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Misael Lisboa; 30, of Lehigh
Acres was arrested June 24 by
Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers for .driving
while license, is suspended or
revoked, and on two out-0f-
county warrants. Total bond
was set at $2,962 and he was
released on cash bond June 25.
Ahmad Rashawn Hudson,
31, of Starke was arrested June
24 by LPD officers on an out-
of-county warrant. Cash bond
was set at $264 and he was
released on bond June 24.
Kelly Marie Thornton, 32,
of Starke was arrested June 24
by SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $r1,000 and
she was released on bond June
25.
Leroy Stoutamire, 41, of
Hampton was arrested June 25
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation. He was
being heldon no-bond,.-..
Brian GregA .alOy,'34, of,
Starke was arrested June 25 for
failure to appear in court on
bail for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released on his own
recognizance June 25.
Angela Deshawn Seaton, 35,
of Starke was arrested June 25
by SPD officers for violation
of probation. She was being
held on no bond.
John Cecil McKinney, 25, of
Starke was arrested June 25 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
June 25.
Christopher Smith, 21, of'
Lawtey was arrested June 25
by SPD officers on an out-of-
county warrant. He was being
hpild on no bond.
'Jacob Allen Dill, 23, of


Jamestown, N.Y., was arrested
June 25 by LPD officers for
DUI. Bond was set at $2,000
and he remained' in jail as of
press time.
Johane Morel, 30, of Starke
was arrested June 26 by SPD
officers for disorderly
intoxication and on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond on the
disorderly charge was set at
$1,000. She was being held on
no bond for the warrant.
Lisa Nichole Bruno, 30, of
Hampton. ws.arrested June 26
by BCSO deputies for petit
theft, uttering a forged
instrument and forgery. Total
bond was set at $31,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Krissi Danielle Wolfe, 22, of
Middleburg was arrested June
26 by SPD officers for being a
habitual traffic offender. Bond
was set at $2,500 and she was
released on bond June 27.
Henry Wimberly IV, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 26 by BCSO deputies on
an out-of-county warrant. Cash
bond was set at $1,504 and he
was released on bond June 26.'
Marvin Christopher Slocum,
37, of Lawtey was arrested
June 26 for possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon
.and possession of a controlled
substance. He was being held
on no bond.
EVan, Mark Henderson, 30,
of Starke was arrested June 27
'by BCSO deputies for felony
domestic battery and violation
of an injunction for protection.
He was being held-on no bond.
:Ricky Wayne Miller, 35, of
SStarke was arrested June 27 by
BCSO deputies on anw out-of-"
county Warrant and for failure
to appear in court on bail for
an, original misdemeanor
-charge. Total bond was set at
S$6500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Clifford Braxton Newton Jr.,"
28, of Jacksontille was
arrested rJune 27 by BCSO
deputies on an out-of-coupty
warrant. Cash bond was set at
$2,503 and he was released on
bond June 27.
Randy Michael Wayand, 34,
of Tampa was arrested June 27
by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers for
being a habitual traffic
offender. Bond was. set at
$2,500 and he was released on


bond June 28.
,Joshua N. Blanton, 25, of
Lake City was arrested June 28
by Florida Highway Patrol
troopers on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Marion Tyrone Lee Jr., 21,
of Starke was arrested June 28
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court on bail for
an original misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released on bond
June 28.
Willie Berry Jr., 59, of
Lawtey was arrested June 28
by BCSO deputies for petit
theft and attaching a tag not
assigned to the vehicle. He was
being held on no bond for the
theft charge. Bond on the
attaching charge was set at
$500. He remained in jail as of
press time.
T.J. Allen Waters, 25, of
Satsuma was arrested June 29
by SPD officers for being a
habitual traffic offender, and
for giving a false name/false
ID to a law enforcement
officer. He was being held on
no bond.

Kevin Ray Kuntzman, 26, of
Cottondale was arrested June
26 by Union County Sheirffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy Ken
Smith on a Washington
County warrant for two counts
of fraud. '
Sherman Dwain Milton,; 34,
of Lake Butler was arrested


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June 27 by UCSO Deputy
Smith for aggravated assault
after Sherman allegedly drew a
knife during a verbal
altercation with another man.
Aaron Dale Adkins, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested'June
23 by UCSO Deputy Mindy
Goodwin for battery after
allegedly striking the victim
repeatedly in the face and body
and kicking her repeatedly.
Brandon Joseph Croft, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
26 by UCSO Deputy David
Shane for driving while license
is suspended or revoked-.Croft
was stopped by Shane for
speeding and having no visible
tag. Croft allegedly had no tag,
no valid driver's license, no
registration and no proof of
insurance.
Robert Allen Robinson, 34,
of Starke was arrested June 28
by UCSO Deputy Kevin
Hilliard for failure to appear in
court for an original
misdemeanor charge.
Franklin Kelly. Harris, 27, of
Raiford was "arrested June 26
by UCSO' Deputy Leslie
"Crews for criminal mischief
after allegedly throwing a rock
at the victim's vehicle, causing
minor damage.
Eric Holmes, 25, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 26 by
UCSO Deputy Carl Hanlon for
'criminal' mischief after
allegedly striking the victim's
vehicle windshield twice and
causing the wiridshield to
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CampCounselor Derrick Riggins tried.out some Camp
Landing body armor before the opening ceremony
began.
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Blanding
hosts Rolle
camp for
foster kids
One hundred l-i'11i l:, 1'.i
children spcni a i 'k in .Jui
at the Myron L. Rol
Wellness aad I cadde,.sh
Academy\ at Camp 1HI1lndiiim
The Departmient of lhildkl
and Familic andil lic R'l
Feund.lio.n ho'i.aid I .' 1, .1u
50 girl, Irom l .lo i', I'sit
care sslte.m Jmn'w I :-19.
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acti. ities led b FloridJi Sin
IJniersit\ cr;duia le.ii t S llino
If olhall I:tir :n li RhId. ',d
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w\ilh )(.: :n. i lh.; 1 lori
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to hold the firsi-,c '. 1 ik .r. -l
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children.
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movies- and a chance to .iii
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counselors. He, tcoo. gitewup.i
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tournament to earn a berth-in the state tournament, which is currently under way
n through Sunday, July 5, in Ponte Vedra. Players and coaches thank family and
P friends for their support at the district tournament. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Tanner
n Lemay, Jordyan Driggers, Kendallyn Johns, Morgan Dukes, Victoria Whitley,
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S I n s ,i Heights gradii ie
L .iL, Kiiplil was nilme.'d Ith
Sniiate, ille Sun's Claks 3A-6A
,! la 'KeN stoll coaches Kath\ Smniih
andAliji Malttox earned coach
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S-.Knighi recorded- a 21 6
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striktco.il- and an ERA of 1.32.,
An iiiur\. limitedd 'her
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,hhonors from Sun
'-. triple rin' hIaIt o r i n in 2-4 irt s.
Sitrulh wil'ii ti ht ".ol I- Bradlord 1opT, 4oIprc-lo-bc
K nI KngbI,"Iu i k. lIlII l i,.I :n.i s, I o Ashlc) Joh nsoi ias a first-
h 'ir sf.' ti i ,al amn. selection as well 'is a
finals ,'appl .a nn;... Kn:.\-o; nc utility pit -r. She batted .435
went 24-6 thi(, yi N r, and oi with 30 hits, eight of wlhich-
th, e Dis -tct -3A-A .were doubles, 4nd 22 RB1. Slie
.. chainpioiship. .'.. scored 19 runs.
S'.Mattox was I'onrcd. tI h ile h Johnson's teammates s
Sunitor Icadin ie i:i ,eltal Ti'ffan' O'Neal and Kayla
-team to ii. ;tra ighlt tucker were.' seconrd-ltam
rc i o ;l il n:..i; a .pc i'i iice as ele. liin as infieldergsi
il e I.I- hdi.ins :l t r ir: I-Il O'Neal., a rtce lt gradUate,
thi.-year ahd' 'on thL' lhi'riri 6 batted .352 with 27 hits, .seven
Title doubles a.and .1.4 RBI, -She'
S (iiadu.il,.' I .r I .i .l H scored 14- rInll. I ti.cker. a,
Karl- M'hn jrhh tned b ii 'i/l rising .junior. Ilhd 4115 \ilh,
S tiist-tcamii ,l.jai ,i. -lecritsi 12 RRI. Sle stirrcd 29 runs
Idlle,, l%~% nI ;. d l ,r I ri a id w as suicceitl o'n 2' ol 30
an li it ldei t,.vi I ,and solen-ha' allmpn
Ilh d ,n II i 1 f,1 , ni ... If R* ceii ing .lh inm ble
50U. S~' Il l1., J il d mention 0o1di -rdalloir '
two. huiiJl.' rf,,, Muii, :'. ouiit'ieldci Kiinm Bularei,. a
Oi liLhld 'i I.j ,..,l 1 il j recent rdiu ., ;and pilther
iii ;t'e p rcLL'ni .-I ,1 i -.427. i Stel'anie .ones., u rising junior.
Slilt hit til LI. 1 ,l .. 1 hiio\e 1 1 Kdy.sltone h,,d ad iu i earn
honorable menIInonl : graduate
Becc.l Heaviin as an ouifielder
'. and "lL ual Riii o an S ori.
1^' jiiil lisin' Si'ipltuni 'ltLre'ilsea
SL H,,r\ ill a infiiilders
y1 f'pp In baseliall, Kestiome had
i r0 lirsih ll ,elections in
LB. Bobl'' Dlgard and Cla) ion
/1 Mosh. both of whom are
"' recent gr.h.duIlcs.. Diigard
o'm. Lipiled ;a 9-,3 lecold ,as a
pil,'ler \ilh a 3.1-1 FRA. He
a C I [ LC, u>>l \\ l, irec 'palsCeasoii. g:lmeS.
'.'." 1 i '-' Mode," rie ,l"nized as ;i uitlily
S' player. %as 8-3,as a pitcher.


An .mil.elder. l) ikes baited
.408 \%ll three home ruiv Mand'
214 RB'. Hc stored-'23 runs
I)Dukes had five teammate'
enrn honorable mention:
graduate' Chance Hoc ell and
CGinon augihn as utlfielders.
"graduate R.nn Dai-,, ais .
Sutilit p: .' rri g- .senior
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The Bradford 13-15 A all-star team is heading to the July 18 state tournament in
Longwood after going undefeated and claiming the trophy in its district
tournament in Newberry. Players and coaches would like to thank all who traveled
to Newberry to show their support. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Dustin Padgett, Tyrise
Jackson, Devin Paulk, Holden HUggins, Cameron Jenkins,.(back, I-r) cdach Jason
Huggins, Troy Kite, Austin Wilkerson, coach Clayton Norman, Kendall Norman,
Tyler Yowell, Dylan Manning, Kyle Davis and coach Scott Davis.


A perfect 4-0 record, capped by a 10-run-rule win over Melrose, gave the Bradford -
Major A all-star team the district championship at a tournament held June 19-22 in
Newberry. The team, which also defeated Chiefland and Gainesville, qualified for
the July 9-12 state tournament in Sanford. The team thanks its sponsors-Carlton
Contracting, Ray and Nancy Norman, John Cooper and Pipeline Contractors-as
well as family and friends for their support. The team needs sponsors for its state
tournament trip. If interested, call Ricky Norman at (904) 782-1669 or David Hall at
(904) 964-2787. Pictured above are: (front, I-r) John Holt, Chase Brown, Jon-
Michael Norman, Jordan Bryant, David Hall, (middle, I-r) Jacob Luke, Kyle Hix,
Bryce Plummer, Jonathan Prevatt, Carson Yowell, coach David Hall, (back, I-r)
head coach Ricky Norman, Kenny "Doot" Brown, coach Jimmy Brown and coach
Dohald Bryant.


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Missing you
DJSeay
Dock (DJ) Seay
08/22/1988 07/05/2008


'It's been 12 months since
you've been gone, it hasn't
'been very easy, I still often
wonder what happened that
fateful night, what were you
thinking, did you know the end
was in sight?'DidGod come to
you and say,it was your time?
And there you stood at the
pearly gates, in line, looking
down at us allin tears, and you
.wanted to come and calm all of,
our fears.
SFor now you're in a place so.
beautiful, so clean, a place
where God can be seen. I never
thought this would happen in a
'million years, you come to me
'in my dreans'at night, and
when I awake, there are always
tears, '
What would I do if, couldonly
.'.: hold yp tight, and'to again
hear yourlaughter Until we:
meet again, in the life ever
after ..
We Love You and Miss You,
more than you could ever
imagine. Always in my heart
S. and in my thoughts,
Love Always, Your Mom and:
Family


Homer Hart Sr.

Homer Hart Sr.
LAKE BUTLER-Homer
Franklin Hart Sr., '78, of Lake
Butler, passed away Saturday.,
June 27, 2009, at Malcom Randall
VA Medical Center in Gainesville.
Born'in Pitts, Ga., Mr. Hart was
a longtime area resident and
member, of Bayless Highway
Baptist Church. He was a retired
farmer and.had also retired from
the Florida Departpient of
Corrections. Mr. Hart served as a
'Bradford County commissioner
and was in the United States Army
during the Korean Conflict. Mr.
Hart was preceded in death by his'
parents, George H. and Laura
Johnson Hart;-a daughter,- Amy
'Hart; brothers, Henry Hugh "Bo"'
Hart and George W. Hart; his
sisters, Maggie Korma'nec, Lottie
Cummings and Maxie Knight.
.Survivors include his daughters,
Merrell (Evon) Colchiski of'
Ocala, Teresa Hart of Lake Butler,
Deborah 'Hart of Oxford, and,
Shawn (Keith) Gray of Wylie,
.Texas; a son, Homer Franklin Hart.
Jr. (Michelle) of L~ke Butler;
.sisters, Ruth Travassos of Orange'
Park, Mae Atkinson of Ranburne,
Ala. and Lena Ferrell 'of
Jacksonville; a brother,'Ashley T.
Dick. Hart of Ashbbtrn, Ga.; 12
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. ..
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, July .1, 2009, in.
Ba.less Highway Baptist Church
with ihe Rev JelT Stading
officiating. Burial was in Dekle
Cemeter\. Lake Butler, under the
direction of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke Flou ers
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Baptist Church, 11798 N.W. C.R.
225, Starke, FL 32091.
PAID OBITUARY

Sarah Hallowell
MELROSE-Sarah Ann
Hallowell, 69, of Melrose, passed
away at ,her home on Wednesday,
June 24, 2009.
Mrs. Hallowell had lived.most
of her life in Palatka and had
moved to Melrose 25 years ago.
She was the daughter of Robert
and Sarah James Gale. She was
homemaker and an auxiliary
member and past president of the
Am Vets Post #86 in Keystone
Heights.
Survivors include a daughter,
Joyce Cordell; a son, Wendell
(Angie) Lingerfelt, all of Melrose;
brothers, Charles Gale (Anita) of
St. Mary, Ga., Jimmy Gale
(Wonnie) of Midland. City, Ala.,
'Bob Gale (Pam) of Welaka, Mike
Gale of Georgetown; sisters, Susie
Stephens (Ronnie) of Chatsworth,
Ga., Melba Holliday of .Atlanta;
grandchildren, Sarah Wilkinson of
Melrose' Veronica Barton (Bryan)
of Starke, Kent Wilkinson of
Melrose, Rachel Lingerfelt of
Orlando; great-grandchildren,
Jayden Goodman of Melrose and-s
Jordan Barton of Starke and many
nieces and nephews.,
A memorial service wa, held
June 28 at the Am Vets Post #86
in Keystone Heights. Burial Ywill
be at a later date. In.'lieu of
flowers, the family asks that
contributions be made to Haven
Hospice of the Lakes, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements were underthe care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral ,Home.
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Allen Jones ,
MELROSE-Allen Seabrian
Jones, 51, a longtime resident of
the Gainesville and Melrose',area,
died at his home on Tuesday, June
'23,2009. .
Born in Pensacola. Mr. 'Jones"
was the son of Ralph' T. and
Rosemarie Costa Jones. He was
employed 'as a counselor for-the
North Florida Treatment Center in
Gainesville and was an avid Gator
fan. '
Survivors include his father, -
Ralph T.. Jones) of, Melrose;' a'
sister,. Annmarie Dombrowski of
* Jupiter and-one niece. "
A "memorial service for Mr .
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flowers, the -)family asks that
contributions, be made to your
local Humane Society in memory
of Mr. Allen Jones. Arrangements
were under the' care of- Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Geraldine Lowe
JACKSONVILLE-Geraldine
Hartley Lowe, -69, a lifelong
resident of Jacksonville, died
Monday, June 29, 2009, at
Acosta-Rua Community Hospice.
Mrs. Lowe was the daughter of
Claude and Pauline Griffis
Hartley.' She was raised in the
Baptist faith and was .a
homemaker. .
Survivors .include her sons and
their wives, Tommy (Kay) Lowe
of Starke, Tiimmy (Debbie) Lowe.
of Bryceville and Donald Lowe of
Jacksonville;' her siblings, Gary
David, Larry, Sharon, Susan and
Ann; nine' grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at
10 a.m., Thursday, July 2, in the
chapel of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
'Home. Burial will be in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of'Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
-PAID OBITUARY '

Tracy McClain.,
.. STARKE-Tracy Lynn
McClain, 38, a 15-year resident of
Starke, died Monday, June 22,
2009.
Born in Georgia, Ms. McClain
was the daughter of Linda Dorsey
and' the late Travis Dorsey. She
enjoyed fishing, reading, and
worshiping God in. her Baptist
faith. She also loved the outdoors.
She was preceded in death by twp
brothers. .
Survivors include her
companion, Zach Edwards; :her
four children and her lifelong
friends, the Paris family.
Graveside funeral services will
be held Wednesday, July 8, 2009,
at 10:00 a.m. at the Santa Fe
Cemetery. Arrangements are.
under the care of' Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


James Minshew
LAKE BUTLER-James
William Minshew, 66, of Lake
Butler, died Wednesday, June 24,
2009, peacefully at.the Veterans
,Medical Center in Gainesville
,following an extended illness.
Born in Lake Butler, Mr.
Minshew had lived there his entire
life. He was the son of William
Taft Minshew and Rosetta Waters
Minshew. He was a 1961 graduate
of Union County High School;
was a 'Navy veteran and was
* employed with.the Department of


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Minshew owned and operated
Styles by James for 26 years and
was a member of the, First
Christian Church of Lake Butler.
Survivors include his wife, Kay
Williams Minshew; a son, 'James
W. Minshew II (Rebecca) of Lake
Butler; two daughters, Kim Riggs
(John) of Lake Butler and Karen
Shealy (Carl) of Lake Butler; a
sister, Mary Etta Hawthorie" of
Lake City and six grandchildren.
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Clyde Byron
Terwillegar Jr.
PALATKA-Clyde Byron
Terwillegar Jr., 85, of Palatka,
died Friday, June 19, 2009, at
Raven Hospice Roberts Care
Center. in Palatka following an
Extended illness. ,
Born in 'Steubenville, Ohio, Mr.
Terwillegar 'was the son of Dr..
Clyde B. Terwillegar and Olive
"Shorty" Taul Terwillegar. He
graduated from .Miami High.
School in Coral Gables; was a
U.S. Navy veteran of World War
II and was a member of St.. Marks
Episcopal Church.
.Mr.. Terwillegar served as the
golf pro at Broyhill Golf Course in
Lenoir, N.C. and later at the
Seminole Country Club in
Sanford. He then moved to Starke
where he opened and managed
Terwillegar Ford from 1958 to
1990. He was a past president of
both the' Bradford,': County
Chamber of Commerce .and the
Rotary Club of Starke. He was one
of the. founders and a past
president of the Starke Golf and
Country Club; was a member of
the American Legion,, Kiwanis
- and the' Keystone Golf and
Country,. Club as well as the
Bradford-. County Development
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The family of Jack Funderburk
would like to thank everyone
for the many ways you
. expressed your sympathy
During our tragic loss. The
fcod, the flowers, the cards we
have received, your visits to
our home, the offers of help,
and donations to our charity of
choice; words cannot describe
how much it is all appreciated.
We would especially like to
thank some individuals who
wentabove and beyond for us.
First, the sisters of Alpha Beta
Tau for all you did. and your
unending support. Next, those
who spoke atthe service; you
spoke from your hearts anm} we
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Earl Tetstone
GAINESVILLE-Earl Coolidge
"Buck" Tetstone, 81, a resident of
Gainesville, died Monday, June
22, 2009, at his.home.
A native of Brooker, Mr.,
Tetstone was the son of George
and Obelia Cassels Tetstone and
had lived in. the Gainesville area
his.entire life. He had retired froii
the city of Gainesvile; had
attended the Church of God of
Prophecy in Brooker and was an
Said hunter and fisherman. Mr.
Tetstone was preceded in death by
his wife, Helen Tetstone; his
siblings, Shurley Tetstone, Ruby
Allen, Truby Tetstone, C.J.
Te'ttone, George Tetstone Jr. and
Willa Mae McDavid.


Restaurant in Melrose from 1994
to the present.
Mr. Terwillegar was preceded
in death by a daughter, Anne
Dunn.
Survivors include his wife of 31
years, Georgie Hall Terwillegar of
Palatka; a son, Byron Terwillegar
of Melrose; two stepsons, Ronnie
Tumlin of Crescent Beach and
Reggie Tumlin of Melrose; three
grandchildren, Byron Nelson of
Gainesville, Ryan Nelson of
Dallas, Texas and Christ6pher
Brown of Melrose;' a sister,
Virginia Parson of North Miami;
his previous wife, Cecelia. Truluck
of Melrose and several nieces and
nephews in California.
A memorial of life will be held
from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday,
July 11, 2009, at Blue Water Bay,
319 S.R. 26 in Melrpse.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests donations be made in his
memory to Haven Hospice
Roberts Care Center, 6400 t.
Johns'Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care
of Johnson-Overturf Funeral
Home in Palatka.
PAID OBITUARY

William Sapp
STARKE-William E. Sapp,
81, of Starke, died Sunday, June
28,2009.
Mr. Sapp was preceded in death.
by his wife, Nellie Snider Sapp,
and his parents, John Shipman
Sapp and Bessie Rosier Sapp."
Survivors include a brother,
James S. Sapp of; Lawtey and his
two sisters,* Susie Eiland of
L.wtey and Patricia Hamilton of.
Gainesville.
A memorial service was held
Wednesday, July 1, at Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke,
with the Rev. Ronald Kimbrell
officiating. Arrangements were
tnder the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.

Donnie Stenson
STARKE-Henry Donald
"Donnie" Stenson, 54, of Starke,
died Sunday, May 31,2009.
Born in Virginia, Mr.' Stenson
was the son of Henry B. and
Agnes L. Griffis Stenson and was
a member' of Grace Baptist,
Church.
Survivors include two
daughters; one son; seven
grandchildren; his fiance, Eva
Lynn Atwood of Starke; sisters,
De Musgrove of Hilliard, Lisa.
Cullipher of Virginia Beach, Va.,
June Crews of Hamptonr, Paulette
Sather of 'San Antonio, Texas;
brothers, Mik Stenson of Land O0
Lakes, Leon Tillman of Cresi iew

Stenson wil be held Sunday, July
5, 2009, in the DeWi~tt C. Jones
Chapel with Bro. Dickson
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.


Williams will De nela at iI a.m.,
Saturday, July 4, 2009, in the
Macedonia Freewill Baptist'
Church in Lawtey with Bishop Joe
Nathan Butler officiating. Rev.
:Mary Palmer is pastor.


Arrangements are'unaer me care
of Haile Funeral Home. A wake
will be heid Friday, July 3, 2009,
at Haile Memorial Chapel. Family
hour is from 3 p.m. to "4 p.m.;
friends from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Survivors include a sister,
Melba (Jimmy) Dampier of
Gainesville; five brothers, Ruey
(Catherine) Tetstone, Hubert
Tetstone, Otis (Dee) Tetstone,
Lonnie (Mary) Tetstone, all of
Brooker, and Raiford Tetstone of
Preston, Ga. and numerous nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Friday, June 26, in the chapel of
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
Downtown, 404 N. Main St., with
the Rev. G.C.. Fogarty officiating.
Burial was in Evergreen
Cemetery, Gainesville.
PAID OBITUARY

Jackson Warren
STARKE-Jackson "Jay" S.
Warren, SFC, USA (Ret.), 69, of
Starke, beloved husband,. 'father,
grandfather and great-grandfather,
passed away Tuesday, June 23,
2009, at Shands Hospital.
Born in Folkston, Ga., Mr.
Warren 'was the son of Richard
and Laura Mizell Warren of
Jacksonville. A veteran of the
United States Air Force and the
U.S. Army, Mr. Warren moved to
"'Starke in 1977 after retiring from
the Army.
Survivors include his wife of 49
years, Betty N. Warren of Starke;
his children, Danny J. (Michelle)
Warren ,of Goldsboro, N.C.,
Cheryl' Lynn Jimenez of Starke,
Richard Ernest (Jayne) Warren of
Keystone Heights; Barry Keith
(Danielle) Warren, Aurora
'Ledawn Warren arid Richard
Keith Warren, all of Starke; his
brothers, John David Warren of
Keystone Heights, Richard Mark
Warren of Starke, Bruce' Anthony
Warren and his sister, Emily Gail
Smith of Jacksonville; his nine
grandchildren: Cody Marks,
yrlene Nicole Snyder; Danny J.
Warren Jr., Andrew Isaac Rowe,
Richard Christopher Warren,
April Elaine Warren, Brittany
Bostic, Kenneth J. Warren, Barry
K. "Bubba" Warren Jr., Sarah
Jane Warren and his seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services. were held
Friday, June 26, at the
Jacksonville National Cemetery.
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LAWTEY-Curtis Williams, 60,
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Kyler helps team win title
Keystone Heights president Kyler Tate, who Is 12,-
along with his partner, Sam iHofseld, helped the
USA Central team capture 'thi cliamlpnshlp atjhe
World Youth Team-mhallengie, junlr golf; event
played with a Ryder Cup team format Tate (right) and
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at Magnolia Hotel, or call
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51 ,
Lost/Found
PLEADING FOR HELP! Re-
ward is offered for return
of precious items. Late
Sat. night (June 27th) or
early. Sun. morn (June
28th) 'my car was broken
in to in Pleasant Grove.
My digital camera and
video ecorder were both.
stolen. The camera and
video-recorder contained
pictures just taken from
the funeral services of
my mother, Theola Kelly
and other very precious
family memories. My
concern is not with the
loss 6f the camera or
video'recorder, but with
the actual pictures and
videos that.contained
memories I can not get
back, which are located
on two memory discs
and cassettes. Please
return the discs & vide6
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DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
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on Call St. Only $4.75,
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to choose from. Call
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information.
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Starke Yard
Sales
INDOOR SALE Dryer $30,
refrigerator $45, furniture,
tools, kitchenware, wall
art, hundreds of items
priced to sell. Wednesday
thru Sunday, 21633 North
U.S..HWY 301-1 mile
south of Lawtey.
YARD SALE, JULY 3rd &
4th 1404 Ree St., turn
on Gene Drive off SR
16, then first left. Fabric
galore, VCR tapes. TV's,
clothes, furniture & misc.
4 FAMILY ANNUAL YARD
SALE. Children & adult
clothes, home decor, toys,
school classroom decor
& supplies, bedding sets,
furniture, wicker chair &
much, much more! Mead-
ows Dr. off Hwy. 16. Fri.,
July 3rd, 7:30am to 2pm.
BIG YARD SALE, FRI.,
8am to ? Full size truck
tool-box, tow hitch, parts
washer, crib, clothes,
toys, fill a bag $1. 31 x
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Keystone Yard
Sales
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE.
6296 Baker Rd., Fri. &
Sat., 9am to 1pm, July 3rd
& 4th.

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Produce
ROGERS FARMS PEAS
AND BUTTER BEANS,
shelled or unshelled. Call
386-462-2406.
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Wanted
15 PEOPLE WANTED to
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For Sale
BOUTIQUE SHOP CLOS-
ING sale- new items,
best prices around, hun-
dreds of shoes, purses/
accessories, hair/skin
Care products, clothing,
plus hundreds of items
from tools to toys, furni-
ture, glassware, mirrors.
Wednesday thru.Sunday,
21633 North US HWY
S301- 1 mile south of Law-
tey. Call 904-782-1010
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 9.04-964-
8801.
GUN SHOW, SAT., JULY
11th, 9am to 5pm & Sun.,
July 12th 9am to 4pm.
Bring your guns to sell or
trade at Bradford County
Fairgrounds in Starke.


Lots of ammo, concealed
weapons classes daily.
2300 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, Fl 32091, www.
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com.
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Personal
Services
CHEAP LAWN SERVICE,
mow & weedeat, start-
ing at $30, call 904-964-
2466.
SMALL ENGINE REPAIRS:
- mowers, weedeaters,
chain saws, buy/sell/
trade. Best prices around!
Call 386-496-8431.
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call 904-964-5405. Full
time or part time, avail-
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DANA'S RESIDENTIAL &
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ing service. Licensed &
insured. Call 904-769-
6528.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
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JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $125 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
LOOKING FOR WORK -
available Mon. Sat. for
housekeeping, baby-sit-
ting, companion & misc.
work. Also licensed se-
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386-496-4478.
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Thank You/
Scriptures
THANK YOU ST. JUDE
for prayers answered.
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Help Wanted
CIRCULATION ASSISTANT
needed for the Bradford
County Public Library.
Full time, entry level po-
sition/$8.37 per hour.
Applications and job de-
scriptions may be picked
up at Florida Works. Ap-
plications close at 9:00
am on July 6, 2009. EOE
Employer.
HAIRSTYLISTS,- NAIL
TECHS & LMT's needed
for new salon in Keystone.
Call 352-235-7246 :or
more info.
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ENCE IN property pres-
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HANDY PERSON skilled
in mobile home renova-
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neg. Includes all living
expenses, qualified ap-
plicants only call Rick at
352-235-0506.


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hay mower person. We
have 10 20 plus acres
that we would like to have
hayed. Keystone area,
good deal for dependable
person with hay equip-
ment. Mchollan, 352-745-
0016.
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SYou could say not taking it
easy is what led Shupe to this
particular type of exercise. A
previous job working on
electrical systems kept him
busy Mondays through
Thursday. He stayed in
- various cities such as Atlanta
at his company's expense, but,
what Shupe found was that he
had a "huge void" to fill
Friday through Sundays. He
discovered Spinning at a gym
while on the road. He enjoyed


the challenge of the exercise so
much that he began looking for
similar classes wherever his
job sent him.
"That's kind of how it
grew," Shupe said.
Through his job as a.
,personal trainer, Shupe found
that work on a stationary bike,
along with a healthy diet,
produced the best results in
others. It is, he believes, the
most effective way to help
people.
"I always recommend a nice,
balanced diet and three days a
week of Spinning," he said.
"You're going to be
tremendously more healthy..


Winnie Holland
(left) and Lisa
Tatum pedal
side by side
during one of
the evening
classes.
Holland likes
the group
setting, saying '
it is a lot more
fun than
walking on her
treadmill at
home.







Strength training is always
something you should do, but
you can strength train maybe
once a week."
.Wh.en. Shupe. began offering
Spinning, it was at Results
Fitness Center with the three
bikes. As the number of bikes
and participants increased,
Shupe changed locales to the.
Starke Dojo Center and then
recently to the Bradford-Union
Career Technical Center.
"I don't see (offering) more
classes," Shupe said. "but I see
improvement in the classes.
We bought weights. Now.
while you c)cle, we're going
to mjix., in a bit of-.strength


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training."
Shupe said he wants to
create some variety -with. the
classes. Besides adding the use
of foa;a hand weights, he
wants to incorporate "heart-
smart" training in some classes
in which participants maintain
a certain heart rate. Shupe
envisions a heart-smart class,
for example, coinciding with a
classic-rock -music-themed
class, or strength training in
conjunction with "a Latin-
themed class.
"I really want to improve on
what I have rather than
growing more," he said. "I
vw'ant to give it a variety."
The classes already have a
bit of variety in the video
presentations Shupe creates for
each class. He spends three to
four hours the day before each
class piecing together each
presentation. This past Friday,
his classes were able to enjoy
Michael Jackson videos as a
tribute to the recently deceased
pop star.
The videos, Shupe hopes,
provide a pleasant distraction
from the workouts and help the
time go by faster. He has
talked to several people who.
lost a lot of weight by walking
on a treadmill at home. Those
people told him they walked
while watching TV..


Steve Hayes leads ,
beginners' classes at 9
a.m. Monday,
Wednesday and
Friday.


Esther Appling !
takes a drink of
water during a
break. The
bikes come 1
equipped with
cages to hold
bottles of
water.





Winnie Holland, the director
of the Bradford County and
Union County health
departments, currently walks
on a treadmill at home in front
of the TV, but the classes
Shupe offers provide a good
cardiovascular workout to
complement her talkingg, she
said. She also enjoys the group
. .setting, -which includes seven-
fellow health department
employees.
Holland, who has been
attending 'the classes for
approximately five weeks, said
she was hoping she would like
the classes before. she began
attending. Now, she cannot
imagine not going.
"I love it,"- she said. "It's
really a lot of fun. I hate to
miss it."
The beginners' class, led by
Hayes.. is__offered at- 9- a.m
Monday, Wednesdays and
Friday, while Shupe leads
three classes those same days
-at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and
7:30 p.m. People.can purchase
a monthlong membership for
$45, while non-members pay
_$5 per class.
Childcare services are also
:provided on' the premises at a
cost of $2'50 per class for.
members and $5 per class for
non-members.
SAlI clas-ses are at -the
Bradford-Union Career
Technical Center, which could
allow Shupe to target
teenagers.
"We have future ambitions
for targeting .high school kids;
where they can actually take


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Spinning as possibly an
elective, just to make exercise
fun," Shupe said.
That is what it is all about.
"It's a really fun way to burn
a lot of calories," Shupe said.
If you would like to know
more about "The Art of
Spinning with Eric," please
call Shupe at (904) 364-3213
or send e-mail inquiries to
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HONORS
Continued from page 7B

and 'pitcher and rising junior
Jake Prevatt as a catcher.
Graduate Chase Chambers
of Keystone received
honorable inention as an
infielder.
Bradford graduates Zac Coe
and Trey Winkler received
honorable mention as
infielders, while graduate
Charles Jones received
honorable mention as. an
outfielder. ,
Note: The Gainesville Sun
also named its all-area teams
in the sports of boys' and girls'
track and field and. boys'
weightlifting. Bradford,
Keystone and I nion athletes
who were nan;ed to those
teams will be. featured at a
future date.


LEGALS
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Keystone Airpark Authority's -
regular scheduled board meetings
will be held on the 11 and 3rd
--Wednesday of every month at 7:00
p.m. Location is: 7100 Airport
Road, Starke,. FL. Agendas and
notice of cancellation will be posted
on the Authority's website at
www.keystoneairport.com no later
than 72 hours in advance.
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The. regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Board of
County Commissioners is
scheduled for July 6, 2009 at 9:30
a.m. in the Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, Bradford
County Courthouse. WORKSHOP
IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING to
discuss future-miscellaneous road
paving projects.
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