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Human remains found in Graham

Skeletal discovery could be the key to solving cold case


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Authorities believe they may have found the
skeletal remains of a Bradford County woman
who went missing seven years ago..
The sheriff's office is not commenting. on
who the woman ifsTelieved to be;-however, until
experts have identified the remains.
Detective Sgts. Kevin Mueller and Brian Da-
vis were following up on recent information re-
lated to a missing person case when Capt. Brad
Smith said they made the discovery. The infor-
mation had led them to Mount Sinai Cemetery
located at the end of Southwest 120t Avenue
near Graham; .
While looking through anr areaof brush on
Monday, March 8, Smith said Mueller and Da-
vis found a human skull. The brush pile was
away from the graves in a location just outside
the perimeter of the cemetery.
Four individuals from.the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement and four from the medical'
examiner's office w ere methodically combing
thescene where the skull was found Tuesday
morning to uncover any additional remains or
evidence that might be there.
By. Tuesday afternoon, they had uncovered a
fairly complete female skeleton, Smith said.
Investigators already have a theory aboutwhat
--ay have happened in the missing person case
that coutld-be.related to the remains and who
might be responsible in the suspected crime.
That individual is already in custody and doing
time for an unrelated crime, Smith said to allay
any concerns that a dangerous person might still
be at large.
-While one missing person case involving
Sandra Mason Gann garnered headlines in 2004
because foul play was suspectedra criminal case-
i-'was never developed based on another disap-
pearance that took place a few months prior.
There was nothing that pointed directly to foul
p:.. lay to the disappearance of Pamela Kay Hall


Crime scene investigators from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and
the medical examiner's office carefully examined the area just outside the Graham
cemetery on Tuesday, determining by the afternoon that a fairly complete female
skeleton had been discovered.


who lived in Graham and was reported missing
by a family member on Nov. 3, 2003, after she
had not been seen since July of that year.
Gann, on the other hand, disappeared after
a fire burned her mobile home, and thatraised
red flags. Her disappearance remains unsolved
as well.
Capt. Smith emphasized that until the remains.
are positively identified, the sheriff's office isn't
linking the discovery to any particular case.
Authorities do have dental records-for the:
missing woian they were investigating, and
those can be used to help determine if the re-


mains discovered are her or not.
S Both Hall and Gann appear on the sheriff's
Web site as cold cases. One of Sheriff Gordon
Smith's initiatives has been to take another look
Satsuch cases in an effort to bring justice and clo-
sure..
SCapt. Smith said individuals caught up in a
reinvigorated drug enforcement effort were in-
volved in the original missing person case, and
that has pro\ ided new leads
Anyone with information regarding any miss-
ing person case is encouraged to contact the
sheriff's office at 904-966-6380.


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Brenda Butler
and Ben Strong
were proud to be
crowned-Mr..and
Ms. Trail Ridge
2010 at the festival
held in Lawtey
over the weekend.
The festival
featured vendors,,
food, a car show
and fun for the .
whole family. For
more photos from
the event, see ,.
inside.


Union CO arrested for cocaine possession


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


A corrections offi-
cer admitted to hav-
ing a drug problem
after being arrested
for possession of
crack cocaine last
week.
-John-... Charles
Skinner, an officer.
at Union Correc-
tional Institution,
was arrested March
5 when Bradford
County Sgt. Tommy
Sapp observed him


Skinner


stop to purchase drugs in Pleasant Grove.
Sapp reported he was following behind.Skin-
ner's red Hyundai around 9:30 p.m. when he
saw it brake in front of 5262 N.W. 177"t St. and
come to a complete stop in the middle of the
road. Sapp noted that a brake light was out on
each side of the car as he watched an unknown
black male run up to the car window then back
to the house.
Sapp followed Skinner west on 177'L until he
turned onto Northwest 56'i Place, where Sapp
conducted a traffic stop.
Sapp said Skinner was visibly nervous and
avoided making eye contact when he asked him
to exit his vehicle and approach the front of the
patrol car. As Skinner produced his license,
registration and proof of insurance, he said he
admitted to drinking three beers in around two


hours. He denied being intoxicated, however,
and agreed to let Sapp search the car.
Skinner initially denied having any drugs in
his possession, but after Sapp searched the ve-
hicle and asked a second time, Skinner said he
might have some cocaine in the car, then ap-
proached the vehicle and retrieved several piec-
es-of crack cocaine from the center armrest.
According to Sapp's report, Skinner admitted
to having a crack addiction and said he just pur-
chased the cocaine for $30 while stopped in the
roadway.
Skinner, 45, of Starke, was booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a felony possession
charge. Bond was set at $15,000, and he has
been released.

See ARREST page 5A


Reddish Griffis


BCSO arrests


two more


rape suspects

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Authorities continued their investigation into the al-
leged rape of a 15-year-old girl by arresting two more
teenage suspects last week.
Seventeen-year-old Thomas Drew Reddish and
18-year-old Gaige Griffis were arrested by the Brad-
ford County Sheriffs Office in connection to the
case. These arrests came on the heels of the arrest of
18-year-old Joseph Robert Kelley.
All three are BradfordHigh School students.
Both Kelley and Griffis were booked into the Brad-
ford County Jail and have been released on bond. Red-
dish, a minor, was transferred to the Alachua Regional
Juvenile Detention Center.
More information is not available at this time as the
investigation is ongoing. What authorities have said is
that all three attended a party thrown by a Lawtey teen
whose parents were out of town and had no idea the
party was taking place.
Alcohol was involved, according to BCSO Capt.
Brad Smith. The 15-year-old victim was allegedly.
drinking and passed out, but she awoke to realize mul-
tiple attackersmvere sexually assaulting.her._....
On Feb. 27, the girl told a friend or family member
that she had been raped and that person told the girl's
father. He called authorities later that evening, Smith
said.
At least 10 teenagers, all BHS students, were at the
Feb. 26 party, according to the sheriff's office.
Detective Sgt. Kevin Mueller is in charge of the iii-
vestigation. The sheriff's office is interviewing any-
one who can be identified as being at the home during
.the party. The homeowners and school district are co-
operating fully with the investigation, he said.




Man sentenced

for 2007 murder

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Lawtey man who
murdered 55-year-old
Edward Otis Smith Sr.
pleaded guilty and was
sentenced this week in
Bradford County, accord-
ing to Starke Police Capt.
Barry Warren.
Jerry Lee Williams was
arrested in January 2009
for the murder, which took
place a year and a half be-
fore during a drug-related
robbery.
Warren said Williams Williams
pleaded guilty to second-
degree murder with a firearm on March 9. The plea
agreement means he will serve 10 years in state in-
carceration followed by 10 years of probation, War-
ren said. He ls receiving credit for time he served in
the Bradford County Jail pending the outcome of the
case.
Starke police officers responded to the shooting
on July 31, 2007, where they found Smith lying shot
on his living room floor. He was pronounced dead at
Shands less than an hour later.
Police determined their suspect was Williams fol-
lowing further investigation and.interviews with eye-
witnesses. The case was ultimately turned over-to.the
State Attorney's Office, which issued an arrest war-
rant Jan. 6, 2009.
That warrant stated Williams was wanted for mur-
der,.attempted robbery with a firearm and conspiracy
to commit robbery with a firearm. He was already in-
carcerated in the jail on unrelated charges.
An initial suspect arrested in 2007 for Smith'simur-
der was cleared of the charge a few months later.


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2A Bradford County Telegraph Tuesday, March 11, 2010



Teacher of the Year has lasting chemistry with students


BY MELISSA PYLE
Telegraph Staff Writer

If you could describe the ideal
teacher, you might say caring,
creative, challenging or insight-
ful. The words motorcyclist and
ponytail would be far down the
list, but it turns out they, too,
fit the description of. Bradford
County's Teacher of the Year,
Greg Marshall.
To begin a correct description
of Marshall as teacher, you would
hhve to go back a few years--32
to be exact. This is the amount of
time he likes to say he has spent
"perfecting his craft."
:Marshall says he didn't start
out to be a teacher. He worked
as a truck driver,furniture sales-
man, and even a lifeguard while
putting himself through college.
The lifeguard position is interest-
ing since, in a way, this is what
he's doing still. There are no lit-
eral pools or lakes to.pull drown-
ing souls out of, but there are the
deep waters of adolescence that
need guarding.
There are plenty who need
a. life preserver, and Marshall
works hard at doing that job ev-
eryday in his classroom. Mar-
shall's theory is you have to care
and communicate with children.
: "You can get work out of them
that no one else can get out of
them if you just show them you
care," he said. -
SMarshall is passionate about


the education of his students. He
wants to see the students in his
school reach their full potential.
"Never sell a kid short," said
Marshall. "Those are usually the
kids who will show you just how
wrong you are."
The power to influence isn't
something that Marshall takes
lightly. He said a teacher has the
power to create or destroy a life
from behind the desk. His class-
room is full of life-saving and
inspiring advice, and students
participate in picking a weekly
quote that is displayed there.
Quotes like "You get the best
out of others when you give the
best of yourself' or "Be careful,
it's stupid out there" serve to in-
form, inspire and amuse. These
are designed to get the students
thinking and to challenge them
to learn.
Marshall didn't begin his ca-
reer in Bradford County, but
this is the place he calls home.
He was in chemistry first and,
worked for the lab at the Uni-
versity of Florida for two and a
half years before he worked for
a citrus plant, but the hours were
around the clock and he wanted a
more family friendly career.
He was a swim coach at a
school for 10 years while he
worked construction during the
summers. Marshall learned the
meaning of hard work because he
put'himself through college, tak-
ing eight years to get a four-year


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BHS Principal Doug Thoburn with Greg Marshall,
Teacher of the Year.


"Never sell a kid short," said Marsha
"Those are usually the kids who wi
show you just how wrong you are.'


degree, and returning eventually
for his teacher certification.
" Marshall moved to Bradford
County 23 years ago so his wife,
Lynn, could take a full-time


teaching position at
Elementary School. She
years at Hampton and
said it was home to her.
Last year Marshall fe


needed rescuing himself when
his beloved wife and motorcy-
cle partner was injured in what
was thought to be a minor ac-
cident. She actually sustained a
life threatening injury that didn't
present itself until it was too
late.


In the days following her
death, Marshall said he realized
how much people cared.
"I thought everyone just put
up with me because of Lynn ... I
can be hard to take," he said.
The outpouring of love from
the community and his friends
encouraged him, but he .didn't
know if he could return to teach-
ing, so he took to, the road on
'his motorcycle. He traveled the
country and visited friends, old
students and found the healing
he needed.
Former students told him he
needed to return to the class-
room. Students found him on
district Facebook, called from around
the country and around the world
to' encourage him to do what he
does best-teach.
all. Marshall said it was the words
S of one of his former students in
south Florida that really made
him want to come back. While
fishing, Marshall asked why
anyone would be so happy to see
Hampton a former teacher. That student
spent 22 told him that he wanted to spend
Marshall time with a teacher who had done
something that no one else had
-lt like he bothered to do at a pivotal time


Sign up for
computer
instruction
Need help learning how to use
a computer? Help is here! Com-
puter classes for adults resume in
March at Bradford County Pub-
lic Library.
These basic classes are de-
signed for adults and are held on
Tuesday mornings from 10 a.m.
- noon at the library. Assistance
in filling out government forms
and brushing up on job skills is
available froiI 1 3 ptii. oh
Tuesday afternoons.
If you know how to use basic
computer programs, we have oth-
er classes for you. Basic Excel
and intermediate Word instruc-
tion are available on Monday
evenings from 5:45 7:45 p.m.
SCall the library at 904-368-
3911 for more information and
registration.


Lions club
needs you
:The Starke Lions Club is re-
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Qn the second and fourth Thurs-
day of each month at noon. If you
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Bob Currior at 904-364-0355.
Call to learn about member-
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club does for the less fortunate of
all ages in Bradford County.


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Sports. Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
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events at the Bradford County
Public Library includes a show-
ing of the Irish-themed film "Far
and Away" starring Nicole Kid-
man and Tom Cruise on Tuesday,
March 16, beginning at 5 p.m.
The adult book club will meet
on Tuesday, March 30, from
6-7:30 p.m.


Thomas Street
Park closes Spaghetti supper
temporarily at country club
The Thomas Street Park in The Starke Golf and Country
Starke will be closed to the public,
Mach 10- 12 for renovations. a


Woman's
Club hosting
card party .
The Starke Woman's Club will
be hosting a card party luncheon
Tuesday, March 16.,Cost to en-
ter is $15. For reservations, call
Joan Rogers at 904-964-7515 or
Nancy Roberts at 352-473-8860.
The clubhouse is located at the'
comer of Walnut and Jefferson
streets in Starke.


Club's Pink Tees Relay for Life
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per on Tuesday, March 16, at 6
p.m.
Dinners will be $5. Take out
will be available, and there will
be a cash bar. A bingo game will
follow dinner along with door
prizesand a 50/50 drawing.
Proceeds ,will benefit the
American Cancer Society Relay
for Life.


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in his life-listen.
Marshall said that he hadn't
even remembered the conversa-
tion or the advice he had given to
the student years before, but that
student, who is now grown and
raising a family told him, "You.
spent half an hour with me to fix
whatever confused me when no.
one else would."
Years later, it was students like.:
this one who kept Marshall afloat.
following his wife's passing.
Although humbled by the,:
Teacher of the Year recognition,
just one look on one of the walls,
in his classroom makes it clear,
that such recognition is nothing
new. A number or awards are on.,
display next to his teaching certi-,:
fication and family photos.
The future is something that.
Marshall is still figuring out.'
When asked -who he is away.
from school he says he is still fig,
during that.out, too. He has never.
had to be just Greg. He plans on
continuing to teach even though
he could retire. He also plans on':
returning to Ireland to play his-7
guitar or fiddle in pubs as he has:
in the past.
Marshall said in 32 years the
biggest change has been the de-':
dine of parent interest in the-
lives of their children, a trend he_-
would like to see reversed. Re,:
gardless, Marshall plans to keep-
giving the best of who he is to his'
students at Bradford High.


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Tuesday, March 11, 2010 Bradford County Telegraph 3A




Employee of the Year thinks BOOK SMARTS REWARDED DURING LITERACY WEEK


of school as second home i N


BY MELISSA PYLE
Telegraph Staff Writer

To Sue Crawford, being given
an award for doing what she has
loved for almost 34 years was a
surprise. Brooker Elementary
School has been a second home
to Crawford nearly her entire
life.
"Brooker has a special place
in my heart," said Crawford. The
school has been a family insti-
tution since her father attended
school there as a child.
Her career hasn't always been
at Brooker, however. She spent
four years as a guidance secre-
tary in Alachua County, and then
worked as paraprofessional for
24 years. For the past six years,
she has worn the many hats that
come with being the secretary at
Brooker.
Since Brooker is a small
school, the secretary doesn't just
answer phones and type up par-
ent letters; the secretary helps
keep the school running. Craw-
ford registers new students, takes
care .of sick ones, and manages
payroll, just to name a-few of
her jobs, and over the past year,
Crawford has not only run things
in the office at Brooker, but at
Hampton Elementary as well.
Crawford. describes what she
has done as a favor for a friend,
but it was not just any favor. She
doubled her normal work duties
so her terminally ill friend, the
recently passed Barbara Brown,
could take time off of work. The
job at Hampton has just as many
responsibilities, so Crawford
doubled up to get it all done.
"We are very lucky to have
her. She makes our schools look
good," said Principal Rick Ste-
phens.
Stephens,.who has led Hamp-
ton for a number of years and is


New program
to connect vets
to benefits
Florida CFO Alex Sink has an-
nounced Florida Vets Connect, a
proposal designed to better rec-
ognize Florida's veterans and
provide them with information
about the benefits they may be
entitled to through their brave
service to our country.
"Our veterans have sacrificed
so much for our country, and we
should do everything we can to
honor their service," said Sink.
"The new Florida Vets Connect
initiative will make it easier for
Florida's veterans to receive the
benefits they may be entitled to
through their brave service."
This joint initiative with the
Florida Department of Veterans'
Affairs and the Florida Depart-
ment of Highway and Safety
Motor Vehicles will allow vet-
erans to voluntarily identify their
veteran status when applying
for or renewing a license or ID
card. Their contact information
will then be used by Florida De-
partment of Veterans' Affairs
to ensure Florida's veterans are
provided information about the
benefits to which they may be
entitled.
At no cost to taxpayers, Florida
Vets Connect will utilize driver
license offices as an intake point
to gather information on veterans
not currently in the state.system.
The DHSMV will collect, store,
and make this information avail-
able to the Department of Veter-
ans' Affairs. The program will
begin during the regular DHSMV
system update in July.
"This veterans' identification
initiative adds to Florida's heri-
tage in providing services and
opportunities to those who have
honorably answered the call to
serve our country," said FDVA
Executive Director LeRoy Col-
lins Jr "As a result, the Sunshine
State strengthens its standing as
one of the most veteran friendly
states in the nation."
"The new initiative will use
existing resources to help veter-
ans gain access to benefits they
h?-e earned through their service
to our nation," said Department
of Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles Executive DirectorJulie
L. Jones. "Because of the broad
contact we have with so many
Floridians, we are perfectly situ-
ated to assist in this effort-and
we are proud to do so."
According to the 2009 VA
Annual Benefits Report, Flor-


SDuring .Lteicy eek In Florida, students at Bradford Middle School Were challenged
eaoh day to Identify a quote from a novel. Each winner was awarded a book of their
Choice; The five.winners pictured are (I-r) Tamlja McCray, Josh Rathbun, Delon Harper,
ThpmaaiHplesand Ronda McCormick.


School-Related Employee of the Year Sue Crawford was
recognized at a recent board meeting.


not principal at both schools, said
it was.his first year working with
Crawford, but he has been very
impressed with her care and con-
cern for the students.
Care and concern for the stu-
dents are areas of expertise for
Crawford, given her years in
education.
"You have to try to find some-
thing unique in every child,"
Crawford said. She has a soft
spot for children with challenges
since one of her own children had
a learning disability. That every
child has the potential to do well
is a belief that comes from her
heart.
Outside of the school, Craw-
ford's interests don't change
much from her work. She spends
most of her time with her chil-
dren and grandchildren. She is


ida's veteran population totals
1,715,114, but the Florida De-
partment of Veterans Affairs only
has accurate contact information
for approximately' 760,000 of
them. Nationwide, the Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars magazine
reported more than $22 billion
in veterans' pension funds go un-
claimed annually.

Legion collecting
wheelchairs
American Legion Post 56 and
its Ladies Auxiliary are collect-
ing used wheelchairs and walk-
ers. They may be brought by the
American Legion Post on Ed-
wards Road in Starke weekdays
from 7-9 a.m. or Monday night
at 7 p.m.
For more information or other
drop-off times, please call 904-
964-8645.

Yard sale
benefits
Take Stock
Take Stock in Children will
hold a charity yard sale at the
Communities in Schools office
on 707 N. MacMahon St. in
Starke. The yard sale will be held
on Friday and Saturday, March
19-20, from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each day.


also very involved in church
activities and owns a trackless
train that is used at festivals for
schools and churches.
No matter where Crawford is,
her love for children seems to
follow. It is her love for her own
children that began her,journey
in education. The desire to work
at the same school her children
attended and be on their sched-
ule has led to years dedicated to
other people's children.
The work Crawford does is
just an extension of who she
is-a woman who loves children
and loves to see them learn. It
is fitting then that Crawford has
been named School-Related Em-
ployee of the Year for Bradford
County.


Donations of items for the sale
are needed, including clothes,
furniture, kitchen items, etc. Ar-
rangements can be made to pick
items up. For more information,
contact Nicole Smith at 904-964-
7776.
Proceeds benefit the Take
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scholarship program.


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The Suwannee River and St.
Johns River water management
districts will hold several joint
meetings to address plans for fu-
ture water supply.
Both districts are each develop-
ing their own water supply plans
for areas where sources.may be
unable to meet demands over the
next 20 years. The Suwannee
district is currently developing a
plan for the Upper Santa Fe Riv-
er Basin, which is scheduled for
adoption in December 2010.
The various meetings will dis-
cuss the water supply planning
process, alternative water supply
options and minimum flows and
levels.
Anyone who may be interested
in the water supply planning pro-
cess is invited to attend.
The following is a schedule of
meetings:
Northeast Florida alternative
water supply subgroup: March
9, 9 a.m., Green Cove Springs
City Hall, 321 Walnut St., Green
Cove Springs.
Northeast Florida water
supply planning area work-
group: March 18, 10 a.m., Ala-


chua County Health Department
auditorium, 224 S.E. 24th St.,
Gainesville.
Northeast Florida modeling
subgroup: March 25, 9 a.m., St.
Johns River Water Management
District headquarters in Palatka,
4049 Reid St. (Hwy. 100 West),
Palatka.
Northeast Florida alternative
water supply subgroup: April
8, 9 a.m., Green Cove Springs
City Hall, 321 Walnut St., Green
Cove Springs.
Northeast Florida minimum
flows and levels (MFLs) sub-
group: April 23, 10 a.m., St.
Johns River Water Management
District headquarters in Palatka,
Governing Board room, 4049
Reid St. (Hwy. 100 West), Palat-
ka.
Northeast Florida alternative
water supply subgroup: May
6, 9 a.m., Green Cove Springs
City Hall, 321 Walnut St., Green
Cove Springs.
Northeast Florida water sup-
ply planning area workgroup:
June 17, 10 a.m., Andrews Cen-
ter, 201 E. Call St., Starke.
Northeast Florida minimum
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or to learn more about the water
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the "Water Resources" button
and "Water Supply Planning"
link.


Woman's Club
prepares spring
fashion show
The Starke Woman's Club
annual Spring Tea and Fashion
Show will be .held Saturday,.
March 20, at 2 p.m. at the club-
house, 201 N. Walnut St.
"Runway Bunnies" will be
featured during this year's show.
Tickets are $15 from any Wom-
an's Club member, or call Jackie
Morrow at 904-964-8649, or Lisa
Tatum at 904-782-1230.


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to life following collapse ..


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

Twelve-year-old Michelle
Perez of Lake Butler remains in
intensive care at Shands at the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville. She is the daughter of Sal
and Grace Perez, the owners of
Union Medical Supply, and the
niece of Dr. Martha Lloyd of the
Lake Butler Medical Center.
'Michelle has been hospital-
jzed on life support ever since
her heart suddenly stopped beat-
ing and she collapsed during an
afternoon softball practice on
March 2. The causi of the medi-
cal incident remains unknown.
A group on Facebook started
by Michelle's friends has served
'as a great comfort to the Perez
family. Titled "I'm praying my
hardest for Michelle Perez and
her family," it has gained more
than 1,200 members worldwide,
reaching as far as her extended
.family in Nicaragua.
- A recent post by Michelle's
parents, Sal and Grace Perez,
reads, "Thanks to everybody
that is praying for our daughter,
Michelle, and my family. Your
prayers are making us stronger
and giving us the serenity to ac-


cept the things we
cannot change. We
are asking for a mir-
acle, but we will ac-
cept God's decision.
on Michelle's health
problems."
Two other Face-
book groups have
also attracted hun-
dreds of members.
Friends have also
left numerous mes-
sages to Michelle on
her personal page.
Hundreds attend-
ed a student orga-
nized prayer meet-
ing before school
in the courtyard at
Lake Butler Middle
School on March 5.
Later that same day,
a candlelight vigil
was held at Shands
SHospital.
Sal and Grace con-
tinue to express their
deep appreciation
to Lake Butler and
all of Union County
and beyond who are
praying and offering
support for the Perez
family.


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Farrell, QuShawn Smith, Kevin Melvin and Dakota Osteen. Pictured with them are
Principal Rick Stephens, Kiwanian Bear Bryant and Teacher of the Month Vickle Crews.


Michelle Perez


Group to attend crime conference in Orlando


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
S Telegraph Editor

The 25"t National Conference
on Preventing Crime in the Black
:Community is around the corer,
-and funding has been secured
to send a group from Bradford
:County.
The conference will take place
in Orlando at the end of May, and
.citizen Esther Kelly approached
the county for funding to send a
-group of local adults and teens.
SThe trip will cost around
$4300, and the funds will come
from the sheriff's office's fines
and forfeiture collections.


throughout the community.
"Crime is on the rise all over-
in the school system, in our
community-all over," she said.
'This will be something that
will benefit our community as a
whole."
Attending will be Kelly, Keith
Parker of the Starke Police De-
partment, BHS guidance coun-
selor Elaine Franklin, Harvey
Lofton, a school-parent liaison,
two chaperones and eight stu-
dents.
BCSO's Sherri Mann is also
taking a separate group of eight
Law Enforcement Explorer stu-
dents to the conference as well.


SKelly, who recentlyiled-Jo run -.,-.According-to- the state Web
for school board, said- attendmgin site-focal .points -of the confer-
will allow ideas and money to be ence will include plenary ses-
brought back to Bradford County sions, luncheons and breakout
to keep teens out.of trouble and sessions for both adults and teens
*reduce crime in the schools and as well as a teens "listening sum-


mit." The conference will show-
case successful programs and
promote a positive exchange of
ideas.
The National Conference on
Preventing Crime in the Black
Community has been sponsored
by the Office of the Attorney
General since 1985 to address
the disproportionate number
of African-Americans who get
caught up in the criminal justice
system.
Hundreds attend each year
including law enforcement per-
sonnel, elected officials, school
administrators and educators,
victim, service professionals, la-
bor ad :employment relations
personnel, church and commu-
nity leaders, citizens and youth-
service organizations, correc-
tions professionals and other
interested citizens.


Kelly said future attendance
could be funded through grants.
She is in the process of form-
ing an organization that will be
eligible to apply-for conference
funding as well as grants that
will fund programs to help teens
develop into better students and
citizens.
Kelly attended with Parker and
Mann last year and saw hundreds
of teens from other communities,
but none from Bradford County.
She said they pledged to change
that so local teens would have the
opportunity to receive the same
type of knowledge and experi-
ence that other teens were taking
back to their communities'.-r.'-
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A Tribute to fBruce Scott
On july 2, 2009, the Bradford County 'Fair %Association bid
farewell tp one of its most trusted board Members, Mr.
Bruce Scott. Bruce departed this life and entered into
eternallife with his od and Savior Jesus Christ. Bruce was
an example and role modelfor the many roles he filledas a
Christian, husband, father, friend, and citizen. Bruce was
our Treasurer, Superintenent for Entertainment, and
maintained of bui-dings and grounds. 9f you compare the
Fair Association to the human body, Bruce was our right
arm. When Bruce was not busy doing things for others, he
was either hunting or fishing. 91s fishermen cast out their
nets anddraw in a catch, they throw some back because the
are not keeperss" that is, not b i enough to eepe. On 3u1.
2, 2009 the Fisher of Men threw out -is net in the sea of
mankind and brought in a catch. Bruce was in that catch
and he was a "keeper". in our attempt to show our
appreciation for Bruce's dedicatedservice an unparaffeled
contribution to the Fair Association, we dedicate the 2010
'BradfordCounti 'Fair in remembrance oqfMtr. Bruce Scott.


Elections office
offers candidate
workshop
SConsidering a run for public
office in Bradford County? Al-
ready have your hat in the ring?
If so, please make plans to attend
a candidate workshop sponsored
* by the Bradford County Supervi-
sor of Elections office.
The workshop is scheduled for
SThursday, March 25, at 6 p.m. in
the county commission board-
Sroom, located in the north wing
of the Bradford County Court-
house.
SAt this event, the basics of
becoming a candidate will be
'discussed and questions will be
answered. The Web services of-
fered by the election's office will.
be featured, to include online
submission of candidate treasur-
er's reports.
To reserve your spot, call
*Chief Deputy Amanda Seyfang
or Supervisor of Electionis Terry
Vaughan at 904-966-6266. More
information is also available at
the office Web site, www.Brad-
fordElections.com.

Easter event to
benefit cancer
patients
The local Moder Woodmen
of America camp is sponsoring
an Easter breakfast and egg hunt
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club Saturday, April 3, from
8:30 11:30 a.m,
Tickets are $3.50 for adults
and $250 for children 10 and
under. They can be purchased
at Mr. Auto, or contact Sabrina
Roberts at 352-745-2101.
Drawing tickets will also be
sold. Chances at winning one of
a variety of gift baskets can be
purchased for $1 per ticket.
All proceeds will benefit An-
gels Lighthouse,and be used to
build care baskets for families
dealing with cancer. Modern
Woodmen will match-the pro-
ceeds up to $1,000.


Class of 1970
planning reunion
rhe- Bradford High School
Class of 1970 will be planning
its 40th reunion at Western Steer
tonight, Thursday, March 11, at
6 p.m. Classmates are needed to
help.


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ARREST
Continued from page 1A-

The arrest report states th
Pleasant Grove residences
known for drug activity, an
several drug-related arrests hav
taken place at the location.

Man arrested for


pot possession
Sapp also arrested a Jackson-
ville man on March 6 for posses-
sion of a large amount of mari-
juana.
Around 11:30 p.m. Saturday,
Sapp stopped another vehicle for
traffic infractions. Sapp found
:that the driver, Darrell A. Har-
tell, and one of the passengers,
.Tony L. Williams both hadsus-
pended licenses.
- The driver allowed Sapp to
search the vehicle. In the truck,
Sapp found a bag containing ap-
proximately 233 grams, or more
than a half-pound, of marijuana.
Williams said the pot belonged


to him and was for his personal
use.
He was arrested for felony
drug possession but has been re-
e leased on $30,000 bond.
s Harrell, also from Jackson-
d ville, was arrested for driving
e with a suspended license, and has
also been released.


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Starke Church of the
Nazarene, 1404 Bessent
Road in Starke, will hold a
potluck dinner following the
10:45 a.m. worship service on
Sunday, March 14. Everyone
is invited to come. For more
information, call Pastor Fred
Clem at 352-473-8683.

New Covenant Baptist
Ministries will be celebrating
its eighth anniversary on
Sunday, March 14, 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. The Rev. McKinley
Underwood of Jacksonville
will be the morning
speaker, with dinner served
immediately afterward. The
Rev. James Rackley and his
congregation from St: John
Missionary Baptist Church in
LawJey will be in charge of the


afternoon ser ice. The public
is united.

Eden Baptist Church of
Hawthorne % ill hold revival
sen ices with the Trent Morgan
Family from March 14 17 at
7 p.m. All are invited.

Madison Street Baptist
Church will begin offering
13 weeks of classes on
improving family finances
beginning Thursday, March
11, at 6:30 p.m. Topics will
include saving, budgeting,
debt repayment, retirement
and investment. Please contact
Brenda Thornton at 904-964-
7557 for more information or
to register.

Bayless Highway Baptist


Church. 11798 N.W. C.R.
225, ill feature a free concert
n ith the Do% neast Bo s on
Saturday, March 20, at 6 p.m.
A loie offering ~ill be taken,
and eierone is invited to
attend.

Full Gospel Church, 14469
S.R. 100 West, will hold
a gospel sing on Saturday,
March 20, with The Singing
Evangelists. Bring a covered
dish for dinner, which begins
at 5 p.m. The gospel sing will
follow.

Ebenezer Baptist Church
will celebrate its home mission
anniversary on Sunday, March
21, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. The
public is invited to worship.


Grace United Methodist
Church, 1822 Madison St.
in Lawtey, will hold a Good
Friday service featuring
well-known Southern gospel
vocalist Cathy Perry on Friday,
April 2, at 7 p.m. Everyone
is invited to this inspirational
event.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
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SLEGALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Bradford County School Board
will hold a Public Hearing on April 12,
2010 at 6:30 p.m. for the purpose of
revisions on two policies.
Board Policy #'s
3.25 Background Screening for

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 6.41 Nepotism
SAND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, The public hearing and Regular
AND FLORIDA School Board Meeting will be held at
CASE NO: 04-2009-CP-0081 Bradford Middle School in the Media
iN RE: THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM School.
.BRESEE, 314 4tchg 3/25-BCT
:DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
:The administration of the Estate of COURT OF FLORIDA
NWILLIAM BRESEE, deceased, Case IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
N:o: 04-2009-CP-0081 is ndinFLORIDA
in the Circuit Court for Bradfor PROBATEDIVISION
:County, Florida, Probate Division, the CASE NO.: 2009 CP 56
:-address of which is Bradford County IN RE: Estate of VIRGIL GRIFFIS,
'Courthouse, Post Office Drawer B, Dec'ased.
-Starke, Florida 32091. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:The name and address of the The administration of the estate of
personal representatives and the Virgil Griffis, deceased. File Number
personal representative's attorney 2009 CP 56, is pending in the Circuit
,-re set forth below. Court for Bradford County, Florida,
:AII creditors of the decedent and Probate Division, the addressof which
.other .persons having claims or .is 9445 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
-demands against decedent's estate, FL 32091. The names and addresses
including unmatured, contingent or of the Personal Representative
nmliquidated claims, on whom a copy and the Personal Rdpresentative's
of this notice is served must file their attorney are set forth below.
claimss with this Court WITHIN THE All creditors of the decedent and other
-LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS persons having claims or demands
'AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST against decedent's estate, including
:PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
:OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE claims, on whom a copy of this notice
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF is served must file their claims with
THIS NOTICE ON THEM. this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
"All creditors of thedecad~le and other. 3~ONTDATE OF
persons haf i OF THIS
.against decedent's estate, including r-NOTE=ER THEM =
-nmatured, contingent or unliquidated DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
claims, must file their claims with the THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS All other creditors of the decedent
:AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST and other persons having claims ot
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. demands against decedent's estate,
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL including unmatured, contingent or
-BE FOREVER BARRED. unliquidated claims, must file their
,The date of the first publication of this claims with this Court, WITHIN 3
Notice is March 4, 2010. MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
-Personal Representative THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
Theodore T Bresee NOTICE.
108 East Market Street ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
Starke, Florida 32091 BE FOREVER BARRED.
Attorney for Personal The date of'first publication of this
Representatives Notice is March 11, 2010.
John S. Cooper, Esquire Attorney for Rersonal
100 West Call Street Representative:
Starke, Florida 32091 Peter H. Ward, FBN 243701
(904) 964-4701 WARD & WARD
Florida Bar No: 0910340 4001 Newberry Road, C-1
3/4 2tchg 3/11-BCT Gainesville, Florida 32607
(352)377-4761
.' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH Personal Representative:
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Steven Griffis
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA 9411 SW County Road 225A,
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-282 Graham, FL 32042
COMMUNITY STATE BANK. 3/11 2tchg 3/18-BCT


Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY ANN WILLIAMS,
Defendant.
.NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
^NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure
.Sale dated February 23, 2010 in the
'above-styled cause, I will sell to the
.:highest and best bidder for cash at
the front door of the Bradford County
.Courthouse, Starke, Florida at 11:00
A.M. on Thursday, March 25, 2010,
the following described property as
kset forth in said Final Judgment, to-
.wit:
SWest 1/2 of Lot 1, Block 16, Lincoln
;:City as per map or plat recorded
i:n Deed Book 1, Page 177, public
records of Bradford County, Florida
of South 1/2 of Southeast 1/4 West
'of Railroad, Section 32, Township 6
South, Range 22-East. -
:ALSO: Lots Five and Eight of Block
:Five in Lincoln City, according to plat
-of same on record in Deed Book 1,
Page 177, public records of Bradford
.County, Florida.
:TPN: 04329-0-00101 and TPN:
04318-0-00500.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
-than the property owner as of the date
bf the Lis Pendens must file a claim
Within 60 days after the sale.
-Dated this 25th day of February,
2010. "
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit 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,
Florida at 904-964-6280 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
Notice; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771.
3/4 2tchg 3/11-BCT
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold a
'Public Auction on Friday, March 19" at
10:00 am at 2117 N. Temple Avenue,
Starke, FL on the following storage
unit containing personal items:
#121 & 122-Belonging to H. Qualley
#22-Belonging to L. Cashmore
#36-Belonging to M. Stoneman
#70-Belonging to N. King


NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 03/25/2010, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N, Starke, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or reject
any and/or all bids.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.
Division
IN RE: ESTATE OF ARLIN L.
MCKNIGHT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Arlin L. McKnight, deceased, whose
date of death was August 10, 2009,
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED: .'";(,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is March 11, 2010.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
A. Scott Toney
Attorney for Dolores Koretz
Florida Bar No. 982180
804 Northwest 16th Avenue
Pecan Park, Suite B
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Telephone: (352)376-6800
Fax: (352)376-6802
Personal Representative:
Dolores Koretz
3938 NW 25" Circle
Gainesville, Florida 32606
3/11 2tchg 3/18
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
A public auction will be held at
Thompson's Garage 22396 US Hwy
301 N Lawtey, 904-782-3232,on March
31, 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to sell a 1999
Dodge Vin# 1B7MF336XXJ600451,
which is located at 22396 US Hwy
301 N Lawtey. You are hereby
notified that the above named Lienor
claims a lien pursuant to s.713.585,
F.S. on.the above-described vehicle
for repair and storage charges. The
owner of the motor vehicle or any
person claiming an interest in or a lien
thereon has a right to a hearing at any-
time prior to the scheduled date of
sale by filing a demand for a hearing
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in
the County in which the motor vehicle
is held by the Lienor and by mailing
copies of the demand for hearing to
all owners and Lienor as reflected
in the notice. The owner of the
motor vehicle has a right to recover
possession of the motor vehicle


without instituting judicial proceedings
by posting a bond in accordance
with the provisions of Florida Statute
559.917. Any proceeds from the sale
of the motor vehicle remaining after
payment of the amount claimed to be
due and owing to the Lienor will be
deposited with the Clerk of the Court
for disposition.
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LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given:
Jason W. Crews
Last known address of:
6544 NW 180h St.
Starke, FL 32091
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke,.Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.
Terry Vaughn
Bradford County Supervisor, of
Elections
PO Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Starke, FL 32091
Dated: March 8, 2010
3/11 ltchg-BCT
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The Executive Committee of
FloridaWorks will hold a meeting bn
Tuesday, March 16 at 2:00 p.m. at
FloridaWorks, 4800 SW 13" Street,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
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Brooker'Elementary Thur
Hampton Elementary Tues,
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Starke Elementary Tuesi
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6A Bradford County Telegraph Tuesday, March 11, 2010


Qtarke Elementary first-graders making honor roll for the second nine weeks included
(tont-back, I-r) Alexis Barnett, Holland Barber, Kayleigh Gleman, Lill Hart, Logan Ev-
aps, Craig Akins, Journie Gasklns, Sebastian Castillo, Natalie Clark and Nadia Gross.
(sot pictured: Troyls Etchison.)


Starke Elementary second-graders making honor roll for the second nine weeks in-
.tuded (front-back, I-r) Christina Traylor, Haley Liem, Asia Harrington, Macy Lauramore,
winter Barnes, Gavin Woods and Meghan Harris.


More Starke Elementary first-graders making honor roll for the second nine weeks
included (front-back, I-r) Maliah Miller, Trey Miller, Justyce Wray, Nathaly Ramirez, An-
drew Lingold, Carson Wainwright, James Morgan and Troy Rizer. (Not pictured: Joshuas
Hodge.)


Starke Elementary third-graders making honor roll for the second nine weeks included
(front-back, I-r) Madison Bennett, Leann Hilliard, Ciarra Hopkins, Samantha Nichols,
John Allen, Tyler Rehberg, Drake Harrington and Jarien Woodard.


Crafty adults
invited to library
extravaganza
The Bradford-County Public
Library is offering another of
its popular craft programs for
adults. The Spring Holiday Craft
Extravaganza will take place on
Wednesday, March 24, from 10
a.m.-1 p.m.
The extravaganza is a make
it and take it program featuring
spring and 'Easter crafts. Craft-
ers will learn to make a felt jar
topper, Easter bunny candy
dish, decoupage pot, felt Easter
egg pouches and a painted baby


chick.
The cost is $7.50 per person
to help cover cost of supplies.
Advance registration is required
and payment must be made at the
time of registering.
The program will be presented
by library staffers Dorothy Bar-
tlett, Diane Gaskins, Debbie Gei-
ger, Mary Robbins and Cyndy
Weeks. For more information,
please call the library at 904-
368-3911.


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interest of abused and neglected
children in the court'system.
In Bradford,,Baker and Union
Counties, there are numerous
children in the child welfare sys-
tem. Help ensure these children
are heard and not forgotten.
No legal background is neces-
sary. Call 904-966-6237 or go td
www.guardianad litem.org.


a4i Elementary fourth-graders making honor roll for
e Second nine weeks included (front-back, I-r) Michael
Arreto; Nicholas Steffan, Molly Crawford, Chloe Bar-
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Trail Ridge


Leeanna Norman and little Savannah Rodnett just en-
joyed the beautiful weather over the weekend at the
festival.


Lil' Mr. Trail Ridge Harley Troyer broke from bounce
house fun to say "cheese."

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Bradford High School student government members M-
rissa Moore and Michael McCray enticed festival-goerst
with delicious food.


VFW ladies
hosting
membership.
meeting
The Ladies Auxiliary o Veter,
ans of Foreign Wars Post 1016 is
hosting ah afternoon gei-together
pn Sunday, March 21,from 2-5
p.m. Former, present and future
members are invited to attend.
SIf you are related to a veteran
or active duty military person
from grandparent to: grandchild
who has served overseaS in any
theaterof war, you are eligible.
The auxiliary is seeking to ex-
pand its membership anid wants
this to be a day of ideas, input
and friendly hellos. Comelearn
more about this worthwhile orga-
nization.
The post home is located at
250 N. Bay St. in Starke. Re-
freshments will be served.:

Focus on
the future
SIf you are 35 years or older.and
have lost financial support, the.
Displaced Homemaker Program
can help you make the transition
to the job market.
Free classes and workshops
are offered monthly. The next
classes start April-5. Register by
March 27.
Develop self-sufficiency and
confidence, learn job search and.
interview skills, create a master
application and resume, and gain
basic computer skills, Finding
supportive friends is a plus..'
Special topic workshops are,
also offered covering health, le-
gal and employer issues.
Call the Displaced Homemak-
er Program at Santa Fe College at
352-395-5047 to make an intake
screening appointments.


Library looking
for friends
The Bradford County Public
Library is looking to re-organize
and re-invigorate its Friends
group to make a positive impact
in Bradford County.
The cost to join the Friends of
the Library is $20, and it is tax
deductible. For more informa-
tion, please call the library at
904-368-3911.


Henry Hodges proudly displayed one of his race cars at
the Trail Ridge Festival.


Danll Bennetti was ready to dive into something deli-
cious.


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increased risk of serious side effects that may lead to:

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states that Avandia is associated with a significant increase <
in the risk of heart attacks and heart related deaths. Two of ,
the report's authors said Avandia should be taken off z
the market. If you or a loved one has suffered stroke, heart attack or sudden 0
death after using the diabetes drug Avandia,* Avandamet," or Avandatyl,
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abnormally slow heart rate, cardiac instability and death. If you or a loved
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$30 million will be spent over the 14-county region to expand high-speed Internet to rural areas.


Broadband grant explained in greater depth


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
S TelegraphEditor

Chris Thurow, Bradford Coun-
ty's representative to the North
Florida Broadband Authority,
told the commission last week
how a $30 million federal grant
the authority received will ben-
efit the county and the region.
Thurow said in rural areas
like inuch of northern Florida,
telecommunications 'companies
don't want to invest in the infra-
structure that would, be needed to
deliver high-speed Internet ser-
vice to customers.
The grant will provide enough
infrastructure to develop a wire-
less broadband network with
speeds of 20 megabytes per sec-
ond and higher. Currently, the
.fastest speed available is 3 mega-
bytes per second, Thurow said.
Wireless means high-speed
service can be delivered to less
populated areas that have gone
Without for too long and estab-


lish that network in a fraction spotty coverage, and those areas
ofthe time it would take to run with coverage do not receive the
fiber-optic wire thrQughout the highest speeds available.
region. In addition to providing ac-
What will be built are towers, ceM _19 residential customers,
some of which tie directly J.is;. f.tpo p i^aS" ttthe project will
the Internet backbone. OQr* i"ldO servIce for existing
will contain wireless transmis- `1 uinsses and also support eco-
sion equipment. Local govern- nomic growth. Specific atten-
ments throughout the region tion will be given to health care
have also offered space on their and educational institutions who
towers as an in-kind match to the need access to the highest speeds
federal award. available to communicate, share
National companies will pro- records,etc. A hospital that needs
vide Internet service to the tow- 1 gigabyte per second service
ers, Thurow said. Local carriers will have access to that, Thurow
and new entrepreneurs-will have said.
the opportunity to provide ser- He said it could also open up
vice to the end user. opportunities to locate new busi-
"This. \ill bring Internet to nesses and industries in the area
virtually e\ er' home that would that may have been kept out be-
like to buy the service in Brad- cause of restricted-Web access.
ford Count)," said Thurow "One of the things that busi-
who oversees technology for the nesses demand, especially) in-
county. dustrial businesses is to have
Much of western Bradford very high-speed connections,"
County is without broadband In- he said. "They overlook counties
ternet service. Other areas have like this because they don't have


the level of service, so it's going
to enhance the level of economic
activity."
Tommy Tomlinson of Clay
Electric was at the meeting and
said the co-op even offered space
on its towers in an effort to help
get the project funded.
"This is huge," Tomlinson
said, who said many in outlying
areas are still relying on dial-up
connections to receive Internet
service. "It is huge not only for
the service that is going to be
available, but also for the jobs
that it's going..to -bring to this
14-county area."
The communities that make up
the Noth Florida Broadband Au-
thority are a part of the 14-county
region designated as a Rural Area
of Critical Economic Concern.
The 'NFBA's grant application
was selected from among 2200
proposals submitted to the U.S.
Department of Commerce.


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drawing contest open to students
in grades 9 12. Entries should
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Entries can be submitted to the
VFW fair booth before March 25.,
taken to the post home at 250 N.
Bay St. in Starke on March 18.at
6:30 p.m., or mailed to the Youth
Activity Chairman, 1257 N.W.
251st St., Lawtey, FI 32058 by
March 21.

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Auxiliary is accepting essays on
the theme "What does it mean
to be a patriotic citizen?" from
students in grades three through
12. Limits are 250 words for
grades three and 'four, 300 words
for grades five and six, and 490
words for grades seven through
12. Cover sheet should include
student's name, school, grade
and teacher signature.
Deadline is March 24. Contest
will be judged on originality,
neatness and can be handwritten
or typed. Mail entries to Ameri-
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B Section Thursday, March 11,. 2010 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL.'
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Ride ticket requirements make fair a 'blast to the past'


The Legends, anew
talent show and the
usual exhibits, shows
and auctions high-
light the 60th annual
Bradford County Fair
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
You don't need a time ma-
chine to enjoy a ride at the Brad-
ford County Fair for just one
ticket-simply attend this year's


fair, which is being billed as "A
Blast to the Past."
All rides at the 60'" annual
Bradford County Fair, scheduled
for March 19-28, will require
one ticket. Advance tickets may
be purchased at several locations
for $1 each up until opening day
on Friday, March 19, at 5 p.m.
Ticket prices on the midway are
$150.
Jim Crawford, the fair man-
ager, said the current state of'the
economy was a driving force in


reverting back to the old one really pull us down, but we ac-
ride-one ticket philosophy. Plus, tually had a higher attendance at
a look back at history suggests'the fair."
more people may want to attend Crawford, who is also vice
the fair as a reasonably priced president of the Bradford
form of entertainment. Crawford County Fair Association, said he
said during depressions, people and other members of the asso-
tend to forgo big vacations, but ciation realized they may not
still look for fun things to do. have as many visitors this year,
During the Great Depression, for so they decided to work with
example, theater attendance in- Hildebrand's Midway of Fun in
creased. allowing all rides to require one
"That's what really happened ticket.
last year," Crawford said. "We "From a business standpoint,


thought the economy would


we'll make the-same amount of


money probably," Crawford
said, "but we'll make it on vol-
ume. not price."
Crawford, wno is replacing
Chub Johnson as fair manager,
has served as manager in the
past and has been involved with
the fair for 13 years. During that
time, Crawford said he cannot
remember the fair having both a
talent show and beauty pageant
at the same time. Fairs before
Crawford's time did have both.
It's back in time again, then,
as this year's fair presents a


Sunburst beauty pageant, which
has been a staple of recent fairs,
and the inaugural "Starke's Got
Talent" contest, which will fea-
ture a special performance by
American Idol contestant and
Bradford County resident Matt
Lawrence, who will 'also serve
as a judge. The talent show,
which consists of four age divi-
sions, will award trophies and
cash prizes of $75, $50 and $25
for first-, second- and third-
See FAIR page 2B


Sam Ennis was
the highest
scorer on the
Bradford-Union
Career Techni-
cal Center
team. He will
advance to the
state masonry
competition
along with two
other Bradford
students.








Masonry students

practice what they've

learned at contest


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
At its heart, the Northeast
Florida Pre-Apprenticeship Ma-
sonry Showcase is a competi-
tion, with schools vying for a
trophy and individual students
shooting to qualify for state and
national events, yet it is also a
chance for students to get a taste
of the real world and to possibly
be seen by future employers.
The annual showcase, which
was held at the Bureau of Fed-
eral Property Assistance in
Starke Feb. 26, included the


usual teams from the Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center, Camden County (Ga.),
St. Augustine's Menendez High
School and Live Oak's Suwan-
nee-Hamilton Technical Center,
but this year, those teams were
joined by newcomers Marion
Technical Institute in Ocala and
Traviss Career Center in
Lakeland.
"This is the biggest one so
far," Bradford-Union masonry
instructor Mike Beville said. "It
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Environmental director says DuPont took early recession action


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor
According to the company's
local safety, health and
environmental -manager, David
Wright, the DuPont Corporation
is not as much a chemical
company as it used to be.
In fact, Wright told the
Keystone Heights Rotary Club
two weeks ago that compared to
times past, a relatively smaller
percentage of company business
is devoted to chemicals these
days. The corporation divested


FAIR
Continued from Page 1B
place finishers.
The Sunburst pageant is
scheduled for Saturday, March
20, at 4 p.m., while the talent
show is scheduled for Tuesday,
March 23, at 7 p.m. Both will
take place on the midway stage.
Applications for both events
may be obtained at the fair of-
fice, located on U.S. 301 north
where the Florida Highway Pa-
trol station is.
As usual, the fair will present
a number of musical acts, in-
cluding the Legends, a group of
performers who bring the past to
life by impersonating musicians
from as far back as the 1960s.
"The Legends were very, very
popular last year," Crawford
said.
'The Legends will perform
Saturday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
Gospel nights have been one
of the most popular draws at the
fair in recent years. Two such
nights will be presented this
year. On Saturday, March 20,
the First United Methodist'
Church praise band will perform
at 7 p.m., followed by Crossfire
at 8 p.m. Calvary's Voice and
the Backwood Boys will per-
form at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m., re-
spectively, on Thursday, March
25.
Also lined up this year are
Molasses Junction (Saturday,
*March 20, 7 p.m.), Classic
Country Boys (Wednesday,
March 24, 8 p.m.). Southern..
Exposure (Friday. March 26, 7
p.m.) and -Glen Snow ,and the
Snowmen (Saturday, March 27,
8 p.m.).
All musical acts will perform
on the midway stage.
A strong emphasis was placed
on 4-H and Future Farmers of
America in the past and contin-
ues to be a major part of fairs to
this day, Crawford said. The
organizations -are involved in
several events, including the
annual swine and steer contests
and auctions.
The swine show is Tuesday,
March 23, at 6:30 p.m. Awards
will be presented at 6 p.m. on
Friday; March 26, with the auc-
tion immediately following.
The steer show is Wednesday,
March 24, at 6 p.m. Awards will
be presented Saturday, march
27, at 4 p.m., with the auction
immediately following. The
steer and breed showmanship
contest is Thursday, March 25,
at 6 p.m., with the presentation
of awards immediately follow-
ing. Recognition of winners will
be Saturday, March 27.
The beef breeding animal


some of its divisions years ago,
Wright said.
DuPont is now also about
electronics and communication,
cleaner technology, safety
products and renewable energy.
These days, approximately 25
percent of its sales are in food
production. Not everybody in
the world will always need
gasoline, DuPont figured.
Everyone on earth will always
need fond.
The corporation, which traces
its -roots to gunpowder
production in the 1700s, is now
in 70 countries around the globe.


show will follow the showman-
ship contest on March 25.
Awards will be presented Satur-
day, March 27, at4 p.m.
The 4-H/FFA youth livestock
judging contest is Friday, March
26,at9 a.m.
Saturday, March 20, is the an-
nual 4-H strawberry auction,
which begins at 6 p.m.
Bradford County's 4-H orga-
nization will have a collection of
exhibits on display in Building 1
in categories such as creative
arts, woodworking, cloth-
ing/textiles, food/nutrition, cake
decorating and na-
ture/environment.
Bradford County 4-H mem-
bers will also show off their
skills in other events. The
GRITS (Girls Raised in the
South) club will have a table-
setting contest on Friday, March
19, at 4 p.m. in Building 3. A
horse show is scheduled for Sat-
urday, March 20, at 9 a.m.,
while a youth goat show and
little kids exhibition will take
place that hight at 7 p.m. On
Saturday, March 27, the 4-H
strawberry pie contest will take
place at 12:15 p.m. in Building
1, while a fashion show will take
place at 1:45 p.m. on the mid-
way stage.
Admission to the fair is $5,
with children 7 and under admit-.,
ted free. The hours of operation
are 5 p.m.-midnight on both
Friday (March 19, 26), noon-
midnight b6 both Saturdays
(March 20, 27), 5-11 p.m. Mon-
day-Thursday, March 22-25, 1-
1! p.m. on Sundas. March 21,
and 1-8 p.m. on Sunday, March
28. On Sundays, only the mid-
way will be open.
Both Fridays offer Early-Bird
Midnight Madness and Midnight
Madness, where visitors can
purchase unlimited ride arm-
bands. Armbands are $20 for
early-bird madness (8 p.m.-
midnight) and $15 for Midnight
Madness (10 p.m.-midnight).
Family Day is Sunday, March
21, while Final Fling on the
Midway is Sunday, March 28.
Visitors can pay $15 admission
and receive an unlimited rides
armband. The admission on
March 28 also includes a profes-
sional wrestling show.
Sneak-a-Peek is for ride en-
thusiasts who want an early look
at what is being offered on the
midway. A $10 admission al-
lows visitors to ride all the rides
they want, beginning at 6 p.m.
The midway rides will be the
only attractions open, but there
will be a professional wrestling
show.
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k orldwidc ;:Id is divided into 13
dffercnt; businesses.
DuPonlts Titanium
Technologies plant is based in
north central Flo i`'s and is a
mining and mineral processing
operation with 110 enplokyees.
DuPont also hires as manl as
100 contracts r- to help produ,'.
three products: ti.nr.iam. zircon
and staurolile minerals. All three
are taken from sand mined from
various locations from Baker to
Bradford counties. The sand is
processed at the Bradford plant
on the north side of Camp


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orders began to fall in early
2008. When the economists had
made their case, the company
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the stock market slid; before the
real estate bubble burst; before
bailouts and stimulus packages
were being argued over.
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textbook plan to get the
company through the downturn
as painlessly as possible.


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expenditures necessary to basic
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MASONRY
Continued from Page 1B


looks like next year we may
have as many as 10 schools par-
ticipating."
The showcase is composed of
two tests, one of which is writ-
ten. The other requires students
to put the skills they've learned
in class to actual use as they
have an allotted amount of time
to construct a pre-determined
pattern of brick and block. Stu-
dents were judged in the follow-
ing categories: plumb, level,
square and range, measure-
ments, correct design, manipula-
tion, tooling and neatness, full
joints, and production. Each
student started out with 100
points in each category, within
points being deducted along the
way if certain criteria were not
met.
A trophy is awarded to the
team whose members have the
highest combined score, while
the top three scoring members of
each team qualify for the Skills-
USA state competition, which
will be held in Bradenton April
19-21. Bradford-Union Career
Technical Center's qualifying
students are Sam Ennis, Jon
Leonard and Jordan Dyal.
The top individual at the
Bradenton contest will compete
in the SkillsUSA national'event
in Kansas City, Mo., in June.
Leonard Dixon and Robert
Melgaard, the masonry instruc-
tors at Hamilton and Baker cor-
rectional institutions, respec-
tively, were on site to lend their
assistance. Melgaard said he
liked the showcase for the fact it
provided a competitive outlet for
students who may not be in-
volved in athletics.
"N6t all kids are athletic and
play sports," Melgaard said. "It
will give them an avenue to take
to compete 'against other
schools. I think it's good for
them. In a competition like this,
it helps them see what's out
there instead of being in class all
the time learning and learning. It
gives them something to look
forward to, to shoot for, to be
'good at and to try to get better
at."
Dixon agreed, but added the
showcase may also open up life


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construct something, students who
are trying, to figure out where
they fit in and what skills they
can use to make a living after
school. By actually having to
construct something, students
may realize masonry is a field
they want to pursue.
"Who knows? Maybe they
say, 'This is what I want to do,'"
Dixon said.
Wayne Dickens, the director
of Traviss Career Center, said
most of the students competing
probably would not wind up
going to college, but they are


good with their hands-a skill
they can see is valuable by com-
peting in such a competition as
the showcase.
"It shows them they have
abilities they didn't think they
had," Dickens said. "It's just a
number of things I think is going
to help them move forward as
they progress through life."
Beville said masonry can be
quite a lucrative career for stu-
dents once the economy recov-
ers. Bradford High School
graduate Codey Rogers, who
won the SkillsUSA state compe-


Jon Leonard
uses a level to
N Psee how his
p l project is pro-
gressing.
Leonard, a
Bradford-Union
S Career Techni-
cal student, will
compete in the
state masonry
contest along
with class-
mates Sam En-
nis and Jordan
Dyal.






titions in his junior and senior
years and placed in the top 20 at
the SkillsUSA national competi-
tioins both years, was hired at
$14 an hour right out of high
school. Beville said a masonry
worker-again, when the econ-
omy recovers-can look at earn-
ing anywhere from $18 to $24
an hour after completion of ap-
prenticeship requirements.
Al Herndon, of the Florida
Masonry Apprentice and Educa-
tional Foundation, said students
ih eighth grade and ninth grade.
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dustry picks back up, saying
there will be more jobs available
in three years. However, no mat-
ter what grade students are cur-
rently in, "they will have skills
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The students *'T1o compete in
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case are not only the "lifeblood"
of the masonry field, as Herndon
described them, but able to
compete at a high level. It's a
good bet that a competitor at the
Starke competition will go on to
represent the state at the Skills-
USA national contest.
"Out of this contest, one per-
son will go to Kansas City with
me in June," Herndon said. "I
can almost guarantee you that
person is here today because it's
just the way it has been for the
past nine years. The competitor
has always come out of the
north Florida area. We know
masonry."
It is a sort of a chain reaction,
Herndon has witnessed as ihe
sees more students participating
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"They get to see how their
projects look against the win-
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"Then they know what they
have to do better."
Students are not only compet-
ing in more than one contest and
improving their skills, but they
are showing off their skills to
those who work in the industry.
The regional showcase is sup-
ported by several' companies
such as CEMEX, Florida Rock,
Marco Bay Construction, SCI
Materials and Tarmac...
"All the material is donated
free," Herndon said. "There are
10,000 pounds worth of block
and Brick here."
Companies not only supply
the materials, but sponsor each
of the teams competing. Tarmac,
for example, sponsored the
Bradford-Union Career Techni-
cal Center this year, but will
sponsor another team next year.
Herndon said sponsors are
paired with their teams by draw-
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one spoiissor 'don ti a'1dh onto a
team that is consistently at the
top of the competition every
year.


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ICrime & Punishment


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:
*Anthony Jenkins, 25, of
Starke was arrested March 2
by Clay County Sheriffs
Office (CCSO) deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear in
court on bail.
Kevin Rohlin, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies March 2 on
warrants for two counts of
dealing in stolen property and
two counts of giving false
ownership information to a
pawn shop. On March 3, a
charge of grand theft was
added to those against Rohlin.
Alyssa Johnson, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation for original
worthless check charges.
Samantha Taylor, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court on bail.
Jon Davenport, 41, of
Melrose was arrested on a
warrant March 5 by CCSO
deputies for two counts of
violation of probation.
Coy Franklin, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 5 by CCSO deputies for
retail theft.
Jenny Ricketts, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 5 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for contempt of
court.
Derick Voss, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 4 by CCSO deputies for
uttering a forged document.
On March 5, the following
additional charges were added:
grand theft, forgery and an
additional count of uttering
forged document. ,
Joseph Wallace, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 4 by CCSO deputies for


grand theft. On March 5, an
additional charge of grand
theft was added.
Randy Wethy, 20, of Lake
Butler was arrested March 7
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Erik Christensen, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 4 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for child abuse and
aggravated child abuse.
Daniel Dawson, 55, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 4 by CCSO deputies for
leaving the scene of a crash.
James Jamison, 39, of
Lawtey was arrested March 4
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked, domestic battery and
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis (marijuana).

Kevin Parker, 30, of Lawtey
was arrested March 4 by
Florida Highway Patrol
troopers for possession of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis, possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription and possession of
cannabis .within 1,000 feet of a
school, church or daycare,
center.
Bambi Reaser, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 4 by CCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked.
Lester Ruis, 29, of Lawtey
was arrested March ,4 by
CCSQ deputies on a warrant
for violation of probation for
an original charge of driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Michael Dewayne Long, 42,
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 1 by Union County
Sheriffs Office (UCSO)
Deputy Carl Hanlon for
habitual driving while license
is suspended or revoked.
Mathis Demar Jackson, 22,
of Lake Butler turned himself
in March 4 to UCSO Capt.
H.M. Tomlinson and was
; charged'i" wih twb, cbuiTts -of
, vidf ii ,q f 'probation for.
original felony charges. He
was released on his own
recognizance.


James Lester Garland, 26, of
Providence was arrested
March 5 by UCSO Deputy
David Shane for possession of
less than 20 grams of
marijuana:
Steven Andrew Nugent, 26,
of Hampton was arrested
March 1 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was
released March 2.
Latasha Renee Addison, 27,
of Starke was arrested March 3"
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. She was
released on March 3 and then
was arrested again on March 7
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. She was released on
March 7.
Edwin Elisha Baker, 23, of
Starke was arrested March 8
by BCSO -deputies for
burglary, larceny and
tampering with evidence. Total
bond was set at $20,000 and he
was released on bond March 9.
SWillie Clarence Baker, 60,
of Starke was arrested March 3
by SPD officers for failure to
appear. in court for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released
on bond March 4.

Donald Lemar Bath, 55, of
Starke was arrested March 5
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released on bond March 6.
Michael James Bradley, 27,
of Hampton was arrested
March 3 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original felony charge. He was
released March 9.
Stevie Louise Bryant, 41, of
Charleston, S.C., was arrested
March 8 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
failure to appear in court. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond March 8.
Calvin Jarrod Butts, 25, of
TStarke %as aT-rste6d March 5'
.byl ." : "mipq. pl '
Department (HPD) officers for
two counts of failure to appear
in court for original


misdemeanor charges and for
giving false identification to a
law enforcement officer. He
remained in jail as of press
time.
Brittany Nicole Crawford,
19, of Morristown, Tenn.; was
arrested -March 6 by FHP
ofropers and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond
March 6.
Kevin James Eaves, 30, of
Stake was arrested March 2
for burglary and larceny. An
additional charge of smuggling
contraband into the jail was
also added. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released
on bond March 5.
Raul Echezobal, 24, of New
Port Richey was arrested
March 8 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond March 9.
Mindi Denise Feagin, 30, of
Hampton.was arrested March 9
by BCSO deputies for three
counts of failure to appear in
court. Bond was set at $5,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Tracy Austin Hall; 28, of
Graham was arrested March 9
by BCSO deputies for
trafficking in drugs. Bond was
set at $50,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.

Maria S. Johnson, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 7 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. She
remained in jail as of press
time.
John Kebby, 32, of Lake
City was arrested March 3 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond March 9.
Anquinn Lamon Kelly, 34,
of Gainesville was arrested


March 7 by FHP troopers and
booked into the Bradford
County Jail for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked, giving false
identification to a law
enforcement officer and on a
warrant for being an out-of-
state fugitive. He was being
held on no bond and remained
in jail as of press time.
Luis Manuel Linton, 27, of
Starke was arrested March 9
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Amy Marie Love, 35, of
Orlando was arrested March 3
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was released March 3.
William Charles Miller, 40,
of Starke was arrested March 5
by BCSO deputies for DUI,
having an expired license for
more than four months, failing
to register a motor vehicle,
fleeing and attempting to elude
a police officer and refusing to
sign a citation. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.-
Rosabelle Annie Nicolosi,
39, of Lawtey was arrested
Maich 3 by BCSO deputies for
exploiting the elderly and
larceny, Total bond was set at
$30,000 and she was released
on bond March 3.
Steven Andrew Nugent, 26,
of Hampton was arrested
March 1 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an


original misdemeanor charge.
He was released on March,2.
Adrien Jerod Patterson, 37,
of Holly Hill was arrested
March 8 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a
warrant for failure to appear in
court. Bond was set at $4,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Amanda Leigh Thomas, 22,
of Gainesville was arrested
March 4 by HPD officers for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
She was released March 4.
Rachelle Lynch Thomas, 37,
of Melrose was arrested March
7 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and
attaching a tag not assigned to
the vehicle. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released on
bond March 7.
Haynes Walters, 30, of
Lauderdale Lakes was arrested
March 2 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond March 3.
Randolph James Weber, 62,
of Citra was arrested March 2
by SPD officers for reckless
driving. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
March 2.
Kelley Wilson, 36, of Starke
was arrested March 7 and
booked into the Bradford
County Jail on six out-of-
county warrants. Bond was set
at $950 and she was released
March 8.


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Holmes wins 2
events for Union

at Raider meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Eight top-five finishes were
earned by the Union County
boys' and girls' tr4ck and field
teams at the Santa Fe Raiders
Invitational on March 6, with
boys' team member winning
two events.
Holmes cleared 6 feet in the
high jump to win that event,
while crossing the line ahead of
everyone else in the 100m with
a time of 11.30 seconds.
The boys' and girls' 4xl00m
relay teams each finished second
with times of 44.50 and 52.72
seconds, respectively.
Girls' team member Cameron
Lee earned an individual sec-
ond-place finish for the girls'
team by completing the 100m in
13.40 seconds.
The girls' team had ,wo
fourth-place finishes in the field
events. Samantha Cook earned
one in the shot put with a dis-
tance of 28'9.75", while
Shakeylia Griffin earned the
other in the long jump with a'
distance of 14'7.5".
Justin Tyson earned a fifth-
place finish for the boys' team
in the 100m with a time of 11.72
seconds.
Other Union boys' results
were: high, jump-Quentin
Johnson 5'; long jump-Tyson
19'9"; discus-Lonnie Gosha
64'5", Rodney Cayton 57'8";
shot put-Delmonte Givens
35'10", Jaylin Mock 29'3",
Gosha 28'8"; 100m-Koydric
Simmons 11.91; 200m-Holmes
24.66; 400-Johnson 58.27,
Prince Alexander 1:03.17, Tho-
mas Webb 1:05.83; 800m-
Cole Thiems 2:25.02, Angel
Cruz 2:33.96; 1600m-Thiems
5:11:69, Cruz 5:22.24.
The boys' team placed eighth-i
in the 11-team standings with a
score of 35. Gainesville won the
meet with a score of 137.
Cuntauia Holland earned a
sixth-place finish for the girls'
team in the discus- with a dis-
tance of 74'5", while Dominic
Walker was eighth in the event
with a distance of 71'7". Court-
ney Klein was eighth in the long
jump with a distance of

Other Union girls' results
\ re: discus--Lareesa Jackson
67,2"; shot put-Anna Smith
2417.75", Khadijah Jones 24'3";
100m-Lashae Mitchell 14.07.
the girls' team placed seventh
in the eight-team standings with
a kOre of 31. P.K. Yonge won
thi meet with a score of 162.

KHHS girls have

string of top-3
finishes in track,

field meets
SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
-in the first three track and
field meets of the season, the
Keystone girls' team has 19 top-
tltree finishes, including four
wins from Liz Wheeler.
-The Indians have participated
iihthe Feb. 19 Ron Riddle Invi-
tAtional as well as meets hosted
by St. Augustine High School
(Fib. 23) and Matanzas High
School (March. 3). Wheeler
missed one meet because of an'
iIjury, but in the other two won
bpth the high jump,and 330m
ht rdles.
;Kayla Goodwin and Madison
Colaw also have wins this sea-
soLn in the 800m and 1600m,
respectively. Goodwin has fin-
ished as runner-up in the 800m
twice, while Colaw has two
third-place finishes in the
1~00m.
-'Goodwin is a member of the



Legals
PUBLIC NOTICE
1Ehe regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Board of
county- Commissioners is
scheduled for March 18'h at 6:30


p.m. in the Commission Meeting
fBoom, North Wing, Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
,Ave., Starke, FL. A copy of the
agenda may be obtained from the
county website
Www.bradfordcountyfl.gov or from
4he office of County Manager in the
North wing of the County
'Courthouse.
3/11 Itchg-B-sect
NOTICE OF MEETING
CANCELLATION
Code Enforcement Board Meeting
cancelled. The regular scheduled
'-rieeting of the Bradford County
,Code Enforcement Board
'scheduled for March 16t" has been
cancelled.
3/11 ltchg-B-sect


4x800m relay team, which has
one win and two runner-up fin-
ishes this season. The rest of the
team is -composed of Alexa
Goodwin, Emily Schaul and
Christina Brantley.
Brantley, as an individual, has
a second-place finish and two
third-place finishes in the 800m.
Colaw has earned one second-
place finish in the 3200m, while
Schaul has one second-place
finish and one third-place finish
in the 3200m..
For the boys' team, Brandon
Miller has three top-five finishes
in the discus, including two
third-place finishes.
Nathan Buchanan has a third-
place finish this year in the
1600m.
The Keystone teams will
compete in a meet at Clay High
School in Green Cove' Springs


on Tuesday, March 16.

Wanton earns
win for BHS

track, field
teams at Santa
Fe invitational

BY CLIFF SMELLEY .
Regionql 'News/Sports Editor
Bradfbfd fared well in the dis-
cus and shot put events, collect-
ing four top-three finishes at the
Santa Fe Raiders Invitational,
which was held March 6.
Shay Wanton won the girls'
discus with a throw of 90'2",
while placing second in the shot
put with a distance of 29'9.5".
Auntrell Jones and James


Shannon had high finishes for
the boys' team in those two
events as well. Jones was third
in the shot put with a distance of
39'4.5", while Shannon was
third in the discus with a dis-
tance of 120'.
The boys' team earned an-
other third-place finish in the
4x800m relay. The team had a
time of 9:11.60.
Jimmy Hankerson earned a
fifth-place finish for Bradford in
the. 400m with a time of 52.19
seconds. The -. boys' 4x1001m
relay team was fifth also with a
time of 45.45 seconds.
A sixth-place finish was cap-
tured by the boys' 4x400m relay
team. The team had a time of
3:54.99.
Three individuals earned
eighth-place finishes for the
boys' team: Jones in the discus


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(102'6"), Isaiah Jamison in the
100m (11.86) and Andy Merrill
in the 1600m (5:07.80).
Other Bradford boys' results
were: high jump-Darius Cor-
bitt 6'; long jump-Corbitt
14'10.5"; discus-Gary Jones
83'10"; shot put-Shannon
34'7"; 100m-Earl Johnson
12.41; 800m-Cole Whitehead'
2:27.22, Devontre Edwards
2:31.52; 1600m-John Gillen-
waters 5:32.61, David Weeks
.5:51.98; .3200m-Ian Waters
'12:38.67.
Bradford finished ninth in the
11-team rankings with a score of.
32. Gainesville won the meet
with a score of 137.
Christina Jordan earned an
eighth-place finish for the Brad-
ford girls' team in the 16.00m
with a time of 6:44.50. She
placed ninth in the 800m with a


time of 2:58.17.

Bradford was eighth in the
eight-team standings with a
score of 19. P.K. Yonge won the
meet with a score of 162..


BHS football
banquet will be
held Saturday
The Bradfoid :High School
football banquet will be held
Saturday, March 13, in the fel-
lowship hall of First Baptist
Church of Starke at 5 p.m.
A spaghetti dinner will be
served.
Tickets; which may be pur-
chased from Nancy Odom at
BHS, are $6, with children 5 and
under admitted free.


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To our brothers and
sisters, and friends and
neighbors,
On Feb. 24, 2010, our
father went to be with his
Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ. Daddy had a
tough spell the last few
weeks of his life, but what
a joyous time we had
sharing song and
scripture. Daddy, up to
the day he died,
continued to encourage
others and put the needs
of others above his own.
He loved singing "Count
your many blessings."
Thanks for your cards,
food and most of all, your
prayers.
To God be the glory.
Thanks again for
everything.
In His Love,
Harry and JoAnn
Hatcher and Family,
Ken and Gayle Weaver
and Family
2 Cor 12:9

*- V V --

During the loss of our
loved husband, father,
4nd grandfather, we
experienced first hand
what a compassionate
community we live in. We
are blessed to have had
so many people offer their
support to.our family.
Thank you for all of the
heartfelt cards, calls, and
visits and for the many
words of encouragement.
We are truly grateful to
those who provided food,
beverages or other
necessities. We would like
to extend a special thank
you to Rev, Kirk Bogard
and the members of
'Trinity Baptist Church,
the Union County
Sheriff's Office and
Deputy Brett Handley, the
Union County Emergency
Medical Services and the
R.M.C. Honor Guard.
With Love,
The family ofDelmar
Eugene Sweat Sr



I'wouldjust like to say
tank you to everyone for
their condolences to my
family with the loss of my
grandpa, Harold Smith.
Most of you may have
known him as "Smitty."
The amount of love and
support shown for him
over the past few months
and especially the last
week proved what a great
person he was. He
brought a smile and a
little piece of sunshine to
everyone he met. He
never met a stranger and
he always brought a few
good laughs everywhere
he went. If you needed a
lifelong friend, you htad
one in him. I am proud to
have called him one of my
best friends and my papa.
He was one of the best
men I will probably ever
know and he will be
missed greatly. Thank you
again to everyone for all
the support and love
shown to my family.
Lindsey Smith
Granddaughter of
Harold Smith


A man may fulfill the
object of his existence
by asking a question
he cannot answer, and
attempting a task he
cannot achieve.
Oliver Wendell Holmes
1809-1894, American
Author, Wit, Poet.


SWilhelmenia
Brooks
STARKE-Wilhelmenia C.
Brooks, 94, of Starke died
Sunday, March 7, 2010, at Shands
University of Florida Hospital in
Gainesville following an extended
illness.
Mrs. Brooks was born in Starke
on March 11, 1915, and was a
lifelong resident of Starke. She
attended Bradford County schools,
and was a retired homemaker. She
lived at the Windsor Manor Care
Center of Starke and was a
member of Mt. Moriah United
Methodist Church of Starke. She
served as choir president, pianist,
Sunday School superintendent,
president of U.M.W., and pre-
chair person of the administration
board.
She is survived by: her husband
of 61 years, Haywood Brooks of
Starke; sons, Maxie Rogers of
Valdosta, Ga., and Sylvester
Covington; her caregiver
grandson, Alphonso Robinson of
Starke; nine grandchildren, 23
great-grandchildren and 14 great-
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by:
her son, Edwin Robinson; and
brothers, James Robinson, Emmett
Robinson and Julian Robinson.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Brooks will be held on Saturday,
March 13, at 1 p.m. in the Mt.
Moriah Community Church of
Starke with the Rev. Robert Dell
as eulogist and the Rev. Emanuel
Kiser conducting the services.
Interment will follow in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home, Inc. of Starke.
Wake will be Friday, March 12
at Haile: Memorial Chapel with
family hour from 4-5 p.m. and
friends may visit from 5-8 p.m., or
at the church one hour prior to the
service. Family will meet at the
home of Alphonso and Norma
Robinson, 821 Pine St., Starke.

Vonda Dicks
LAKE BUTLER-Vonda
Gibson Dicks, 85, of Lake Butler
died Friday, March 5, 2010, at the


E.T. York Haven Hospice in
Gainesville following a brief
illness. She was born in Miami,
living most of her life in Volusia
County and Columbia County. and
moved to Bradford County in
2004. She was the daughter of the
late Henry and Minnie Gibson.
She was preceded in death by her
two loving husbands, Ira
Meadows Anderson and Elvin-
Dicks. She was a member of
Hopeful Baptist Church in
Columbia County.
She is survived by: her
daughters, Dottie (Joe) Thornton
of Lake Butler, June Dowell of
Lake City and Connie (Gerald)'
Cook of Lake Butler; ..a.
stepdaughter, Gloria Folsom of
Lakeside, Calif.; 15 grandchildren
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
March 8 in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Burial followed in Hopeful Baptist
Church. Archer Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.


Hilliard.
Mr. Hilliard has been a lifelong
resident of Starke where he
attended the Sampson City Church
of God. He was preceded in death
by his brother, Tommy Hilliard.
He is survived by: his wife of
21 years, Cindy Hilliard of Starke;
his children, Keena (Ronnie)
Underhill of Willacoochee, Ga.,
Michael Hilliard, Darin (Wendy)
Hilliard, and Jody Hilliard, all of


Manuel Hilliard
Manuel Hilliard, 71, of Starke,
died Tuesday, Feb. 23, 20J0. He
was born in Starke on Dec. 8,
1938, to the late Charlie Louis
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Thursday, March 11, 2010 Telegraph, Times s& Monitor B Section 7B


The family of Heather
Smith would like to thank
each one of you who
demonstrated their love
for Heather in so many
ways. The support and
prayers we received from
the time she was
diagnosed as a young girl
through her untimely
passing on Dec. 8, 2009,
was incredible. We are
truly blessed to live in
such a warm, loving
community. We will never
be able to adequately
*express our appreciation.
To the many friends,
neighbors, medical staff
and more who reached
out to her and to
us... thank you and may
God bless.


"In the Arms of the Angels"
Cary. Smith
Aug. 18, 1949-Mar. 7, 2007
Heather Smith
Oct. 9, 1984-Dec. 8, 2009
To a special daughter,
sister, aunt and mother:
Iftears could build a
stairway and memories a
lane, I'd walk right up to
Heaven, and bring you
,home again.
Vo farewell words were
spoken, no time to say
goodbye ,
:'-'Yu were gone before we
Snew it, and only God
fjnows why.
sOur hearts still ache in
sadness, and secret tears
still f/o.:

someone fivr'Fn,. ne
acan ever know.
^Bul now, we know you
want us to mourn and cry
no more, to remember all
the happy times, and the
ones life has in store.
You will never be
forgotten, we pledge to
you today,
A hallowed place within
our hearts is where you'll
always stay.

We promise according to
our hopes and perform
according to our fears.
Francois De La
Rochefoucauld
1613-1680, French Classical
Writer


Obituaries
ThrdyUaclI,21u eerah ie oitrBScin7


David Kuntz Jr.
HAWTHORNE'David Lee
Kuntz Jr., 53, of Hawthorne, died
Friday, Feb. 26, 2010, at his home.
Mr. Kuntz was' a graduate of the
University of Georgia and served
in the U.S. Navy.
He is survived by: his wife,
Janice Sample Kuntz of.
Hawthorne; parents, David and
Marianna Kuntz of St. Simon
Island, Ga.; a daughter, Rachael
Diane Kuntz of Midway, Ky.; a
son, David Lee Kuntz III of
Winterpark; a brother, Charles
Edward Kuntz of Valdosta, Ga.;
and two sisters, Katherine Rebels
of St. Simon Island and Judy
Byrne of Leesburg.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, March 13 at Faith
Presbyterian Church in Melrose
with Pastor Marc and Marla Jones
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home of Melrose.

Ida Martin
RAIFORD-Ida Savage Martin,
74, of Raiford died Friday, March
5, 2010, at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
She was born in Uxbridge,
Mass., and had lived in Starke,
Keystone Heights, and Lawtey
before moving to Raiford three
years ago. She was a homemaker
and of the Baptist faith.
She was 'preceded in death by:
her parents, Alfred and Eva
Savage; and her husband, Franklin
Martin.
She is survived by: four
daughters, Doreen (Jim) Bouvier
and Darleene (Terry) McManus,
all of Rhode Island, Debra (Joey)
Crews of Lawtey, and caregiver,
Donna (Dennis) Roberts. of
Raiford; a son, Gary (Patricia)
Wheeler of Starke; 11
grandchildren and 21 great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services were held
March 9 in the Chapel of Archer


Funeral Home. Burial will De at a
later date. Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.


Gerald Meszaros


Gerald Meszaros
STARKE-Gerald "Jerry"
Meszaros, 52, of Starke, died on
Monday, March 1, 2010, at
Shands at the University of
Florida.
Mr. Meszaros was born in
Aurora, Ill. on March 20, 1957, to
Ernest Peter Meszaros and the late
Betty Jeanne Holldorf Meszaros.
He was a resident of Florida for 25
years after moving from Aurora.
He was a member of the Starke
United Pentecostal Church. He
was preceded in death by his
sisters, Nancy Marie and Bonnie
Jean Meszaros, and his
grandparents.
He is survived by: his wife of
four years, Robin King of Starke;
his children, Dawn (Scott) Goral
and Jerry Meszaros of
Jacksonville; his step-children,
Brittany King and Ethan King of
Starke; his brother, John (Rose)


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grandchildren and numerous
nieces, nephews and cousins.
Funeral services were held
March 4 at Archie Tanner Funeral
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Jasper Morris
INTERLACHEN-Jasper
Monroe Morris, 79, of Interlachen
died Sunday, March 7, 2010, at
the VA -Medical Center in
Gainesville. He was a life member
of the VFW Post 10164, a member
of American Legion Post 293 of
Interlachen and was an Army
veteran of the Korean War.
SMr. Morris is survived by: his
wife, Patricia Newton, Morris; a
son, Sgt. Patrick Monroe Morris;
sisters, Virginia Kerr and Helen
Perry; four grandchildren and two
stepchildren, Eric and Jonathan.
Graveside services will be held
Friday, March 12 at 11 a.m. at
Jacksonville National Cemetery
with military honors and Chaplain
David K. Miller officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Karen Reynolds
STARKE-Karen Norwood
Reynolds, 63, of Starke, died
Wednesday, March 3, 2010. She
was the daughter of Morris and
Alma Hall Reynolds. She was a
native of Chattanooga, Tenn., and
had lived the last several years in
Starke.
She is survived by: a daughter,
Carla Elizabeth Oliver of
Gainesville; and a brother, David
Reynolds of Palatka.
Private family memorial
services will be held at a later
date. Memories and condolences
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direction of Johnson-Overturf
Funeral Home in Palatka.

Maria Secrest
STARKE-Maria E. Secrest, 74,
of Starke, died Friday, March 5,
2010, at ET. York Hospice House
in Gainesville.
Ms. Secrest was born in
Bamburg, Germany. She had lived
in Alabama, Georgia and South
Florida before moving to Starke.
She was a homemaker, and the
daughter of the late Antonio and
Elizabeth Mathis.
She is survived by: daughters,
Monica Mathis of Germany and
Janae Wright of Jacksonville;
sons, Raymond K. Secrest and
Steven L. Secrest, both of Starke;
several brothers and sisters of
Germany; four grandchildren and
two great-grandsons. She was
preceded in death by an infant son,
Michael Secrest. :
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March 8 in the Chapel of Archer
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HAMPTON-Lester Gene.
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9, 2010, at Roberts Care Center in.
Palatka. Mr. Vincent was born in..
Berrien Springs, Mich. on March
8, 1956, to the late James Lester'
and Dora Bolger Vincent and
moved to Hampton from- North
Dakota. He was a retired laborer. '
He is survived by: his son;
Derek Vincent of Elwood, Ind.;
sisters, Doris James of Hampton
and Beverly Games of Elwood;,
brothers, Johnny Vincent of
Tioga, N.D., and Steve Vincent of
Elwood.
Memorial services for Mr..
Vincent will be held Thursday,
March 11 at 11 a.m. in the Dewitt'
C. Jones Chapel in Starke..
Interment will be private at a later
date. Arrangements are by Jones-
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Indians score to-

tal of 20 runs in

2-0 week
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Walks and hit batters contrib-
uted greatly to two wins in
which the Keystone Heights
baseball team scored a total of
20 runs in improving to 4-2.
The Indians capped the week
with an 8-5 win over Middle-
burg on March 4 in Middleburg.
Zach Lambert had a double to
lead off what would prove to be
a six-run fifth inning for Key-
stone, but the Indians basically
just had to do the little things to
advance runners and get them
home as seven batters reached
base after getting plunked by
pitches.
Keystone finished the game
with only four hits.
"Our best offense was getting
hit," Keystone head coach Alan
Mattox said.
The Indians erased a 5-2 defi-
cit with their runs in the fifth.
Pitcher Chase-Julius earned
the win, while Michael Rothwell


earned his first save of the sea-
son.
Earlier in the week, Keystone
played its first District 4-3A
south game, defeating visiting
Crescent City 12-2 on March 3.
Again, it wasn't so much of-
fensive fireworks that led to the
team's runs. Zack Davis did go
2-for-2 with a double and two
RBI, but for the most part, Key-
stone's opportunities arose be-
cause of the 10 walks given up
by Crescent City.
"We did the things you need
to do to win the ballgame," Mat-
tox said.
Solid pitching also helps.
Starter Jeff Stadnicki and Roth-
well combined to give up just
two hits. Stadnicki (1-1) earned
the win.
Offensively, Chase Chambers,
who was 1-for-1, scored three of
Keystone's runs.
The Indians host Ridgeview
Thursday, March 11, and
Palatka Friday, March 12. Both
games are scheduled for 7 p.m.

On Tuesday, March 16, Key-
stone hosts District 4 south op-
ponent Union County at 7 p.m.


Tornadoes hang

on for 11-10

softball win over

Union County

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kayla Tucker hit an inside-
the-park home run as part of a
nine-run first inning, but the
Bradford softball team gave up
seven runs in the second inning
before eking out an -11-10 Dis-
trict 4-3A win over host Union
County March 4 in Lake Butler.
Tucker, who drove in three
runs, was one of two Bradford
players to homer. Brittany Hall
hit a solo shot that cleared the
scoreboard in left field to lead
off the fifth.
Union scored three runs in the
bottom of the seventh to pull to
within one. Clara Thornton led
off the inning by drawing a
walk. After the Tornadoes re-
corded two outs, Harlee Rimes
and Chelsie Hersey hit back-to-
back singles to load the bases.
Jordan Spitze then doubled to
clear the bases and make the
score 11-10.


The Tigers had runners on
second and third, but Bradford'
pitcher Stefanie Jones recorded
a strikeout to end the game.
Bradford, which improved to
2-1 in the district, went up 9-0 in
the first, with Macy Winkler
driving in two of the Tornadoes'
first three runs with a sacrifice
bunt on a squeeze play. Hall
drove in two runs with a single
shortly before Tucker homered.
Union put three Bradford bat-
ters on base in the first via
walks. In the bottom of the se'c-
ond, the Tornadoes returned the
favor, allowing four walks.
The Tigers' Jordan Windham
led off the inning with a single.
Three consecutive walks loaded
the bases, and forced one run
home.
A total-of two runs were
forced in by walks, while
Harden drove in three runs with
a double.
Bradford scored its last two
runs in the fifth. After Hall led
off the inning with a home run,
Kiki Strong, who singled and
stole second, scored on a hit by
Ashley Johnson.
Johnson and Strong each went
2-for-5, while Tucker was 3-for-
5. Each stole two bases, while


Tucker hit a double to go along
with her home run.
Hall went 2-for-3.
The Tigers were led by
Harden, who was 4-for-5. Rimes
was 2-for-4, while Hersey was
2-for-5.

Tornadoes waste good
start in loss to Williston
Bradford scored the first three
runs, but host Williston scored a
total of six runs in three differ-
ent innings with two outs to de-
feat the Tornadoes 9-4 on March
5.
Strong led off the game for
Bradford with a single, followed
by a walk by Tucker. A ground
ball hit to short by Winkler was
misplayed, allowing a run to
score. Hall then doubled to drive
in two runs and put the Torna-
does up 3-0.
SWilliston answered in the bot-
tom half of the first with three
runs. Bradford recorded outs on
the first two batters, but two
straight singles, followed by a
double, scored two runs. An-
other single pushed a run across
to tie the score.
Bradford again retired the Red
Devils' first two batters in the
second. Two straight singles and


a triple put the Devils up 5-3.
The Tornadoes got a run in
the third when Winkler singled
to score Johnson, who reached
on a double. Williston, after its
first two batters were retired in
the bottom half of the inning,
scored a run on a walk, a single
and a double.

Williston would go on to
score three more runs in the fifth
and sixth innings.
Johnson and Strongfinished
the game 2-for-3 and 2-for-4,
respectively. Johnson hit two
doubles, while Strong had a tri-
pie.
The game continued a trend
where the Tornadoes have built
a lead, only to watch it slip
away. Before the Union County
game, in which Bradford al-
lowed seven runs in one inning,..
the Tornadoes defeated
Ridgeview 13-7 on March 2 in
Starke. Bradford led 13-1 after
the first three innings.
Bradford (6-3) travels to play
District 4-3A south opponent
Keystone Heights Friday, March
12, at 7 p.m. On Tuesday,
March 16, the Tornadoes travel
to play district opponent Inter-
lachen at 6:30 p.m.


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Fair offers
chance to show
off your plants
Do you have any houseplants
or outdoor potted plants that
survived this winter's wicked
temperatures-? Perhaps you grew
some agricultural plants such as
greens, onions, lettuce or straw-
berries. Maybe you make your
own honey or cane syrup, or
have chicken, quail or duck eggs
you would like to show off.
If you have any of these, you
should enter them into the agri-
culture or horticulture divisions
of the Bradford County Fair.
Sharing with the public what
you raise and grow is fun and
promotes horticultural activities
in the county; There are cash
prizes for plant, honey, syrup
and egg entries, and it is fun to
participate and see what every-
one else is growing. Last year,
there were 217 adult entries and
12 youth entries.
You can participate in either
division as a homeowner or pro-
fessional. Those two broad cate-
gories are subdivided into adult,
youth and 'special needs group-
ings.
Plant entries will compete
within like categories. This con-
test gives homeowners a chance
to show off their green thumbs
and professionals such as land-
scapers, lawn and pest control
operators, nurserymen and
farmers the opportunity to get
name recognition for their busi-
ness at a public forum.
'Entries will be accepted on
Wednesday, March 17, from 10
a.m. until 5 p.m., and on Thurs-
day, March 18'from 8 a.m. until
noon. Entries include (but are
not limited to) cactus, flowering
and non-flowering houseplants,
begonias, herbs, roses, ferns,
hanging plants, succulents, bulbs
and all agricultural plants.
Please call :the Bradford
County Extension Office at 904-
966-6299 for more information.
Some tips for winning a blue
ribbon at the fair: Plants must be
pest and disease free, and in a
clean, decorative pot. Plants
should be clean and groomed.
Remove debris and prune off
dead leaves to assure an award
winning appearance.

Applications be-
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currently accepting applications
for the Col. Samuel Elbert
Chapter of the National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution Betty Warren Me-
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award $1,000 for the fall semes-
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Application packets must be
submitted by Wednesday,
March 31, to either the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center-to the
attention of Cheryl Canova-at
209 W. Call St., Starke, FL
32091, or the Santa Fe College
Watson Center-to the attention
of Bob Wolfson-at 4150 S.R.
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in a course of study in American
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fields, or education, have com-
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student at either the Andrews
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Those interested in helping
plan the 35th reunion of Bradford
High School's Class of 1975 are
invited to attend a meeting Sat-
urday, March 27, at 11:30 a.m.
at Western Steer Family Steak-
house in Starke.
The planning committee is
seeking to compile the phone
numbers and e-mail addresses of
every class member.
Those interested in being in-
volved are also encouraged to
join the class' group on Face-
book.
The reunion is scheduled for
Saturday, July 24, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. The cost
is $25 per person and must be in
the form of a check or money
order made payable to BHS
Class of 1975. Mail to Donna
Solze, PO Box 213, Starke, FL
32091. Include mailing address
and e-mail address if you have
one.
The deadline to register for
the reunion is Tuesday, June 1.
For more information, please
call Donna Pauley Solze at 904-
964-5803 or Mable Jones
MCcarthy at 352-473-3964.


Old Keystone
School reunion is
this Saturday
Former classmates of the first,
three-room Keystone School are
planning a reunion Saturday,
March 13, at the lake property of
Arthur Dodd on S.R. 100 in
Keystone. The event begins at 4
p.m., with a meal being served
at 6 p.m.
This is the fourth get-together
of this group of "old-timers." If
you attended the old Keystone
School in timid 1950s, you are
cordially invited to join them.
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to make reservations, please call
Milton Starnes at 352-475-3046
or Glenda Whitesides Adams at
863-291-8674.


Career center of-
fers letters from
Easter Bunny
Would your children like to
receive letters from the Easter
Bunny? The adult business class
at the Bradford-Union Area Ca-
reer Technical Center is making
that a reality this Easter by of-
fering such letters at a cost of
S$1.25, with funds benefiting the
Business department'.
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"bunny print" signature, will be
printed on Easter-themed sta-
tionery and mailed in an enve-
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March 25.
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Starke Kiwanis
poker tourney
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will be holding a Texas hold
'em poker tournament Friday,
March 12, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
The fee to enter is $50. Regis-
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play beginning at 6:30 p.m.
For more information, please
call Warren Carver at 904-964-
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Beast Feast is
Saturday
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will host its annual Beast Feast
Saturday, March 13, at the Gov.
Charley E. Johns Conference
Center in Starke.
A social hour will begin at 6
p.m., followed by dinner at 7
p.m. Entertainment will begin at
8 p.m.
There will be a silent auction.
Tickets are $50 each. A table
of 10 costs $450.
All proceeds from the auction
and the feast will benefit Rotary
programs locally and interna-
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IOB Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, March 11, 2010


Union softball

team stops dis-

trict skid
S BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
After losses to District 4-3A
south opponents Keystone
Heights and Bradford, the Tigers
defeated district opponent Cres-
cent City 17-1 on March 5 in
Lake Butler.
The Tigers scored 16 of their
runs in the first three innings.
Crescent City scored its lone run
in the top of the fifth.
Union starting pitcher Taylor
.Nettles and Ashlyn Harden
combined to allow three hits.
Despite scoring 17 runs, the
Tigers had only six hits. Brianne
Clyatt led Union, going 2-for-3
with two RBI and a run scored.

Tigers fall to P.K. Yonge
In a reverse of their game
against Crescent City, the Tigers
watched P.K. Yonge score all of
iits runs early as the host Blue
:Wave defeated Union 5-1 on
March 8 in Gainesville.
P.K. Yonge built a 5-0 lead,
with Union finally scoring a run
8n the top of the fifth.
-. Jordan Spitze went 2-for-4 for
the Tigers, while Jordan Wind-
ham hit a double.
SThe Tigers (3-5) finished with
;six hits, while P.K. Yonge got
eight off of starting pitcher Net-
tles (1-1) and Ciara Thornton.


Keystone soft-

:ball team no

-match for un-

beaten Santa Fe
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor
It was the second 10-0 game
the .Keystone Heights softball
team was involved in during the
week, but this time'the Indians
-iame out on the losing end, be-
-ing held to one by Santa Fe
pitcher Shelby Morgan on
SMarch 3 in Keystone.
The Indians (5-3 prior to
March 9) struck out 13 times.
Santa Fe scored seven runs in
the first two innings.
Keystone attempted to im-
prove to 4-0 in District 4-3A in
-home game against-.Union...
County-this-past Tuesday.Tah ,
ndians travel to. Gainesville
Thursday, March 11, to play
.a.K. Yonge at 6 pjn.
S- The Indians play home games
:n Friday, March 12, and Mon-
lay, March 15. They play dis-
S-ict opponent Bradford on
-arch 12 and Clay on March
-5. Both games are scheduled
or 7 p.m.
SOn Tuesday, March 16, Key-
stone travels to play Palatka at 6
p.m.

Skipper shuts down Mid-
ileburg in 10-0 win
SKeystone pitcher Amber
Skipper improved to 4-1, giving
up three hits in a 10-0 win over
visitingg Middleburg on Monday,

5 -


March 1.
Skipper gave up just one walk
and struck out seven.
Chelsea Cravey, Taylor Semi-
one and Rachel Wells combined
for six of ihe Indians' 10 hits.
Cravey and Wells were each 2-
for-3, while Semione was 2-for-
2. Cravey and Semione each
drove in two runs, while Wells
drove in one. Wells also scored
three runs.
One of Cravey's hits was a
triple, while Skipper hit a dou-
ble.

Babe Ruth

league opening-

day ceremony

set for Saturday

in Starke
The Starke Recreation De-
partment will host an opening-
day ceremony for Babe Ruth
baseball and softball this Satur-
day,.March 13, at the Edwards
Road Complex, at 9 a.m.
Games will be played follow-
ing the ceremony beginning at
10 a.m. and lasting throughout
the day.
Entertainment, concessions
and vendors will be on hand
beginning at 9:45 a.m.
. If you are able to volunteer at
the event, please call the recrea-
tion department at 904-964-
6792.

Starke Kiwa n is

Club hosts golf

tournament on

Good Friday
The seventh annual Kiwanis
Club of Starke golf tournament
will be held Friday, April 2, at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club, beginning with a shotgun
start at 8:30 a.m.


Four-person teams will com-
pete at a cost of $50 per person.
Fee includes cart, lunch, goody
bag and a chance to win prizes.
Cash prizes of $500, $300 and
$200 will be awarded to the
first-, second- and third-place
teams.
Mulligans (maximum of four)
are available for $3. String, to
take the place of a putt, will be
available at a cost of $5 for 5
feet. A package of string and
mulligans is available for $15.'
Tickets will be available for
purchase to enter drawings for
prizes. There will be chipping
and putting contests as well.
For more information, call
Cheryl Canova at 904-964-5382
or Steve Denmark at 904-964-
5827.
Hole sponsorships ($100) are
available to local businesses.
Call Canova or Denmark for
more information.


Starke Kiwanis

Club hosts sport-

ing clays tourney

March 20
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will host a sporting clays tour-
nament Saturday, March 20, at
the Bradford Sportsmen's Farm
in Graham.
I A $150 prize will be awarded
to the high overall score, while
each class will feature first-place
($100 and certificate), second-
place ($75 and certificate) and
third-place ($50 and certificate)
prizes. There will also be draw-
ings for door prizes as well as a
drawing for a shotgun.
Tickets for the shotgun draw-
ing can be purchased from any
Kiwanis Club of Starke member.
They are $5 each or five for $20.
The tournament is a 100-
target, Lewis Class shoot, con-
sisting of 15 stations on the
farm's west course. A shooters'
safety meeting will begin at 9
a.i., with the tournament start-


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Cost is $75 (includes lunch)
per shooter. Warm-ups are $5. .
To register, call Jerry Wil-
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Bradford Sportsmen's Farm at
352-485-2302. You may also
send e-mail to
jerry@cognitofarm.com or
bradfordsportsmen-
farm@windstream.net.
Any businesses wanting to
sponsor a station should call . '
Williams at the above number.

Community ,
theater presents
one-act plays
March 19-21
The Lake Region Community
Theater, a not-for-profit corpo-
ration, will present three eve-
nings of one-act comedies be- -*S' ..I
ginning Friday, March 19, at the


Salvation Army's Camp Key-
stone theater.
"The Still Alarm" by George
S. Kaufman and "Late/Late
Computer Date" by Laudmilla
Bollow will be presented March
19 and Saturday, March 20, at
7:30 p.m., and Sunday, March
21, at 4 p.m. "The Still Alarm"
depicts its characters reacting to
a hotel fire, while "Late/Late
Computer Date" presents two"
retired, spinster sisters preparing
for their younger sister's very
first date.
Donation prices are $12 for
adults and $10 for children.
(Visa and Mastercard are ac-
cepted.) For reservations, call
the theater box office at 352-
226-4082.
The Salvation Army's Camp
Keystone is located at 6581 S.E.
Ninth Ave. in Starke.


A standout buck
Jeff Cruce of Starke downed this 8-point buck on
Dec. 6 with one shot while hunting at Blockers Hunt
Club near Lawtey. The buck scored 120 6/8 net
points, easily making the Florida Buck Registry (100-
point minimum). This was the second-largest buck
killed on the land in the past 10 years.


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Making The Cut

Making The Cut, formerly known as the City Barber shop, has been meeting the barbering and
hair care needs of the citizens of Bradford County and the City of Starke for nearly a century now.
Located at 126 East Call Street in the heart of Starke's historic district, Making The Cut offers the'
latest in cutting edge hair designs and barbering services for the entire family.
Traditionally known as a shop that offered limited services geared primarily for men, Making The
Cut, under the new ownership of T.J. and DeAnna Gilbert, now offers an array of services for all
men, women, and children in their newly renovated facility.
Specializing in traditional barbering services, which include flat tops, fades, and men's scissor
cuts, T.J., along with his wife, DeAnna, who specializes in foil hi-lites, color, perms and waxing,
have set their sights on becoming one of the premier hair care providers in the county.
With Master Barber Arthur Redding, who has been barbering for more than 60 years, and the
experience that will be gained - -
with their- treeWSt" '-tearfft
niember, Justin Thomas,
Making The Cut can
accommodate any cut, style, .,'
or chemical service you may
have need of.
Walk-ins are always '
welcome, or if you prefer you
can call 904-964-6483 to
schedule an appointment. I
Discounts are also offered to
law enforcement, emergency -
& military personnel, and
seniors who are 60 years of
age or older.
T.J. and DeAnna want you
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47 Commercial Property
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48 Homes for Sale
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42 Motor
Vehicles
2002 FORD EXPLORER
Good clean vehicle, great
condition, new transmis-
sion, new tires, 4wd. Ask-
ing $6,495. Call 904-364-
6463.
2001 KIA SPORTAGE ex-
cellent condition, 'new
carpet & seat covers,
Good body, asking $3,200
OBO. $700 under NADA.
Call 904-334-4678.


47 Commercial
Property
2 COMMERCIAL BUILD-
INGS totaling 4,000 sq. ft.
Large parking lot, on US
301 in Waldo. $140,000,
possible owner financing.
Call 352-468-3362.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395..
WAREHOUSE & OFFICE
SPACE. 3000 sq. ft.,
$800/mth- 12 ft. overhead
door, 2 bays available.
-Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.


48 Homes for
Sale
RECENTLY REMODELED
3BR/2BA house on 2.5
acres. Barn and pole barn
on property. Only asking
$110,000. Call 904-566-
9068.


HORSE FARM MELROSE
large stone home, re-
duced from $850K to
$199K, 21.acres only
$900 an acre. Call 352-
475-1599.

BUILDERS we are lenders,
we have taken over 2
partially finished homes
(framed), just South of
Starke and Hampton.
We want out, will take a
$50,000 loss! Call Rich-
ard Barker at 904-502-
3507.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.

CUSTOM HOME BUILD-
ERS. Call Stevenson
Construction Co., Inc.
We design, build. Es-
tablished in 1976. Call
904-964-5086, or visit
Stevensonhomebuild-
ers.com. CGC003344,
CBC1253234.
2 STORY HOUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA; new
metal roof, new electrical,


plumbing, A/C, flooring
& cabinets. 660 Epper-
son St., Starke, asking
$145,000. Call 352-745-
0039.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME un-
der construction. Clay
County, paved road. Call
Terry Hall Homes, 352-
258-4187.
LOVE DOWNTOWN
STARKE? This house is
a steal, located on His-
toric Walnut St., price
reduced, owner financing,
lease to own, 4BR/3BA,
2-story home on Historic
Walnut St. Home has
been remodeled and has
,2900 sq. ft. $135,000. Call
on4-887-8451.
49 Mobile Homes
for Sale
70 X 24 MANUFACTURED
HOME on 2 acres. 3BR/2
full baths, large closets,
dining room, two living
rooms, 1 with fireplace,
large kitchen, pantry,
laundry room, big barn,
New 2010 heat pump,
near Hampton Lake,
$82,500. Call 352-468-


3552 or 845-750-0767.
$49,995 FOR THIS brand
new 32 x 56, 4+2. In-
"cludes all options shown
on stock model. Also in-
cludes 3.5 ton A/C, std
skirting, 2 mini decks, no
hidden fees. Only $299
per month at 5% arm.
Call manager Mike at 352-
378-2453 ext. 12. -
$59,995 FOR THIS BRAND
new 32 x 76,4+2. Includes
all options shown on stock


model. Also includes 5 ton
A/C, std skirting, 2 mini
decks, no hidden fees,
only $350 per month at
5% arrr .'Call Manager
Mike at 352-378-2453 ext.
12.
MUST SELL never titled
2010 Town home, 3BR/
2BA, with many upgrades
including 9ft ceilings and
2 x 6 sidewalls. Asking
$49,995, includes set-up
and delivery. Call 352-
373-5428.


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ATTENTION LAND LORDS/
investors: I have a limited
# of wholesale 14 x 40 for
$16,900. FO.B. and 28 x
48's for $34,900 F.O.B.
Will also sell public. Call
Matt 352-373-6684.
:2010 5 OR 4 bedrooms, 3
bath home 32 x 80. Free
A/C, skirting, save, save,
save! Will deliver to your
property $65,430. Call
352-372-4663.
4ACOBSEN MODULAR
home on nice lot with 0
down and $675 a month
payments. Call 904-589-
958K.

GOVERNMENT FINANC-
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-. for Land/Home financing.
SCall 352-378-2453 and
ask for Matt, Pmts start
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2004 on over an acre
with island kitchen, side
by side refrigerator, and
overhead microwave.
Home is in great shape
and ready to move in with
low down and only $750
a month. Call 904-589-
9585.
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acre lot with new septic
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built in 2005. Low down,
low monthly. Call 904-
: 589-9585.

12 ON 1 ACRE only $400 a
month, call Nathan Welsh,
62 386-623-7495 or e-mail
Sme at nathan.a.welsh@
gmail.com.
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s a month, call Nathan
SWelsh for details at 386-
623-7495 or mail me at
'- nathan.a.welsh@gmail.
com.
BRAND NEW 5BR/3BA
home, delivered to your
Island at $491 per month,
call to qualify quick at
386-623-4218.
NEW AND USED single
wides & double wides,
starting at 5K. Call quick,
13 left at this price only
call 386-623-4218.

MANUFACTURED AND
MODULAR homes, built
to last. Fair prices for
high quality workmanship.
Excellent service. Call
386-344-5024 or e mail
Logermom@yahoo.com.
HELP FOR VICTIMS that
lost their homes to the
storm. E mail greenmola-
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at 386-344-5024 days.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
rent to own with seller
financing. Remodeled
2BR/1 BA, on big lot with
big trees JI Hihridgat
$500 per month, $39,.
Call 352-473-8425.
DOUBLEWIDE plus guest
house. Fully fenced yard,
2 carports, & storage:
bldgs, $44,400 seller
financing. Nice neigh-
borhood in Highridge,
Keystone Heights. Call
352-473-8425.

50 For Rent
STARKE APARTMENT
3BR/2BA, large living
room, dining room, CH/
A, kitchen/appliances,
WD hookup. Service
animals welcome. Year
lease, $675 per month,
1st, last and security.
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application. 3BR/2BA ON
BEAUTIFUL 14 acres, for
rent,Keystone area, call
352-478-1190.
HOUSE IN STARKE 3BR/
2BA safe, quiet neighbor-
hood, service animals
only. References required,
credit check. View it online
at www.1231Bradfordst.
blogspot.com. $750 per
month. Call 814-257-
9825.
RENT 2BR/2BA MH for one
or two people. Service
animals only. $575 per
month and $575 security.
Call 904-964-9719
HOMES located in Starke
and Keystone Heights.
2BR/1BA in good neigh-
borhoods. Extra clean,
all maintenance includ-
ed, small pet considered.
Rents; $475 up to $650
per month, deposits
based on rental history
and/or job references.
Call 352-473-5214.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
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Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREEI Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
2BR/1BA CH/A, IN country
setting, 1 mile from Super
Wal-Mart, dryer provided,
washer hook-up, on 5
acres, $525 per month,
first & last plus $200 se-
curity deposit. Call 386-
523-5091.
LAKE BUTLER Small 3 bed-
room/2 bath mobile home
for rent. Call after 4 p.m.
386-496-2599.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH in
quiet community, $395 per
month with $300 security
deposit. Available March
1st. Call 352-475-6285.
MELROSE 1BR/1BA APT
with small private yard,
ideal for one person. $300
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
STARKE 3BR/2BA SW,
outside city limits, CH/
A, $500 per month plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
BEAUTIFUL HOME 4BR/
3BA, 2-story home on
Historic Walnut St. Home
has been remodeled and
has 2900 sq. ft. $1,000.
Call 904-887-8451.
2BR MH FOR RENT HWY
16 & NE 239th Place.
Near UCI, in Raiford. Call
386-431-1200.


2/1 SINGLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME $500/mo.
plus $500/dep. 22515
NW 53rd Ave., Lawtey.
Fenced in yard, service
animals only. Garbage
service and lawn service
included. Call 904-796-
0501 cr 904-796-0177.
SWMH 2BR/1BA, fenced,
water front rental. Lake
Lilly, CH/A, paved. Call
352-475-3074, $550 per
month.
4BR/2BA DWMH on 2.5
acres in Raiford on SR
125. Available April 1st.
$850 per month, $500
security deposit. Call Mike
at 904-626-5721 or 904-
259-4891.
BEAUTIFUL 1BR APT. Mel-
rose, quiet neighborhood.
$550 per month, includes
utilities, service animals
only. No smoking. Call
352-475-3486.

ORANGEWOOD APART-
MENTS, Rental Assis-
tance! 3BR HC& Non-HC
accessible apartments
available soon. 801
South Water St., Starke,
FL 32091. Call 904-964-
4214, TDD/TTY 711. "This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and
employer."
HOTEL ROOMS FOR
RENT, weekly rates, no
frills rooms $60, rooms
with baths $135, rooms
per night are $25. Tax
not included. To see the
rooms, go to the Manag-
ers apartment on Walnut
Street, across from Post
Office at Magnolia Hotel,
or call 904-964-4303.
52 Animals and
Pets
4 MALE 9 WEEK old Dachs-
hund puppies for sale.
$150 each. Call 904-966-
1402.


FEMALE JACK RUSSEL
mix, 8 months old. Moving
& can't take her. Needs a
good home. Asking $200.
Call 904-769-6623.
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES for
sale. 2 females, 2 males,
health certificates & shots,
$175. Call 904-368-0784
or 352-278-2887.

53 A Starke Yard
Sales
BIG FAMILY YARD sale.
Everything must go! Fri.,
Sat., & Sun. 8am til 2pm.
4867 NW 219 Street,
Lawtey, off of 225.
SATURDAY 8am til 12pm.
1032 Meadows Dr.,
Starke, Florida.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale,
Sat. 8am til ? Children's
clothes infant to teen,
women's & men's clothes,
household items, furniture
& toys. Across from Tony's
Pizza on SR 100 East,
look for signs. _.
BIG YARD SALE!! SR 16to
CR 199, second road on
left. Sat. 8am til 1pm. Twin
mattress, 2 TV's, Dell
PDA, lots of clothes, mov-
ies & household items.
BRAD. HIGH SCHOOL
SOFTBALL Team yard
sale/car wash. Sat. only!
9am til 1pm at Community
State Bank. Stop by and
see us.
AMERICAN LEGION Auxil-
iary yard sale, March 12
& 13th, from 8am til 2pm.
701 W. Edwards Road.
Legion men selling hot
dogs, chips and bever-
ages.
'YARD SALE NUrlrin jU1
at Smith Brothers Body
Shop, Sat. March 13 from
7am to noon. Junior sizes
0-1, small and medium,
toddler boy 2T-3T, toys,
men's dress/casual pants,


30,31 and med-large
shirts, purses, shoes,
women's clothes, scrubs
size x-small, home wares
and seasonal items.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
ESTATE SALE Fri., Sat., &
Sun. March 12,13, & 14th.
8am til 5pm. Located at
4733 SE 2nd Ave., Key-
stone Heights Golf and
Country Club. Turn on SE
2nd Ave. Go past turn to
golf course, follow signs.
Lamps, chairs, tables,
glassware, china, silver,
kitchen accessories &
small appliances, king
bedroom set, TV, sofa,
linens, 8 pc. Thbmasville
dining room set, pewter,
cupboard/buffet, oriental
credenza, sewing match-
ing w/cabinet, pictures
& wall hangings, wicker
porch furniture, oak cof-
fee, sofa & end tables,
walnut tilt top table, book
collection of old & new
books including military,
fishing, hunting, histori-
cal, classics & many cook
books, golf clubs, bags-&
accessories. Many small
collectibles. Much more,
too much to mention
all!!!
GARAGE SALE CR 214 N.
7690 Ranchette Road,
look for signs. Clothes,
videos, lamps, bed-
spreads, baby clothes, &
toys. Sat. Only.
YARD SALE Sat. March
13th, from 8am to 2pm.
280 Berea Ave.
53 C
Worthington
Springs Yard
Sale
SAT. MARCH 13, 8 a.m. til
? Little bit of everything.
Take SR 121 to CR 18,
follow signs.


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reports to a five member board. The candidate will assume responsibility over all aspects
of the operations, including property management, planning, budget and finance,
personnel, grants/contracts and public relations. The position requires four years of
responsible experience in Public Housing administration, three years of executive level
supervisory experience, extensive knowledge of HUD regulation is a plus, and a
bachelor's degree in business, public administration or related field preferred. Salary
negotiable. Please send resume and salary expectations to: The Union County Housing
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Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. Submittals must be received no later than 4:00 PM
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for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
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FLOATING DOCK 16 foot,
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ware. Kits also available,
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or without titles! Will pick
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lot, excellent location.
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12B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, March 11, 2010


Southside teacher Hobbs makes quick return from accident


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Upon her return to Starke's
Southside Elementary School,
teacher Kathy Hobbs was the
recipient of many hugs from
students.
Well, students sort of hugged
her.
"They would pass me in the
hallway and give me air hugs,"
Hobbs said.
The students knew to be care-
ful because Hobbs was returning
from an Oct. 6 motorcycle acci-
dent that left her with several
injuries, including a torn aorta,
broken collarbone and eight
broken ribs.
"They knew not to attack me
with the hugs," said Hobbs,
whose broken ribs caused her
the most pain in the immediate
aftermath of the accident.
Hobbs returned to school after
Thanksgiving. The experience
that day was wonderful, she
said.
"You know that students ap-
preciate you," she said, "but you
don't know the extent until you
actually see them."
Hobbs is still undergoing
physical therapy two to three
times a week in Gainesville,
working on her strength and


mobility. She said she's at 90
percent.
"I'm not all there yet, but I'm
doing pretty doggone good,"
Hobbs said.
A therapist Hobbs describes
as a drill-sergeant type has
helped her greatly. In fact, dur-
ing a recent session, Hobbs was


able to lift her arm over her
head, a feat she described as
"quite an accomplishment for
me."
"I wanted to wave a flag while
it was up there:' she said.
Hobbs has made tremendous
strides in a short amount of time.
She admitted it feels like it has


taken a long time, but at a recent
physical therapy session, an
intern she had not seen before
remarked she was doing great in
the amount of time she's had to
heal since the accident.
"That made me feel really
good," Hobbs said.
The accident occurred when a
trailer-towing motor home she
was driving behind made an
abrupt stop to avoid hitting a
vehicle that was involved in a
separate accident. Hobbs's mo-
torcycle hit the trailer, ejecting
her.
She remembers little about the
accident. She does not remem-
ber hitting the ground, but re-
members lying there.
"I couldn't even push myself
up," she said. "I was barely
breathing."
Hobbs was wearing a T-shirt
and shorts, yet any signs of ex-
ternal injuries are minimal. Her
internal injuries, however, were
another matter. They ranged
*from her neck to her waist aid
left her in "extreme" pain. She
was in intensive care for five
days.
Still, she was thankful for so
many things, such as maintain-
ing her mobility and the fact she,
herself, did not strike the trailer.
She's thankful that she was able
to recover from the type of inju-


ries she did sustain. She heard
her surgeons say they've never
known anybody to survive a torn
aorta, for example.
"I'm not going to start preach-
ing, but God is good," Hobbs
said.
Injuries to her ribs affected
her most, forcing Hobbs to sleep
upright in a chair for approxi-
mately two months.
"I could not lay down," she
said.
Once. her ribs healed and she
was through with trauma doc-
tors, Hobbs said she still didn't
feel right. It was not until a plate
was surgically inserted into her
shoulder that she began to feel
confident she could return to her
normal life. Not that she wasn't
confident before, but it always
feels better when you feel like
you've finally made it after an


ordeal.
"I really didn't have a ques-
tion in my mind that I would be
back, that everything would be
fine," Hobbs said, "but it's al-
ways a relief when you get
there."
Hobbs is in obvious good
spirits, being back at school with
the students, but. when she
thinks of the compassion and
support she and her family re-
ceived from the community, she
is moved to tears. She said one
reason why she loves living in a
small town is that people look
out for each other.
"We did not cook for the
longest time. Everybody brought
food and gift cards," Hobbs said.
"The community, as a whole,
embraced taking care of Johnny
and taking care of me, which I
am so appreciative of."


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were suddenly out.
Production was designed to
reduce costly, wasteful defects,
and measures were taken to
eliminate overproduction. Just-
in-time supply systems
eliminated having to wait on
somebody else to produce
ingredients or services while
cutting storage and warehousing
costs at the same time. The plan
engaged employees in
productive, work,, eliminated
unnecessary transportation,
controlled inventory and cut
excess or unnecessary
processing.
Wright said local plants'were
as involved in and affected by
the corporate-wide strategy as,
were other plants around the
world. Meetings were held, and
all employees were introduced
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like more efficient transportation
planning- and details of
production. As many as 50 of
the 100 local contractors were
let go, and employees took up
the slack or the need for some
contractual services was
eliminated.
Now, two years later, 35 of
the 50 contractors have been
rehired, Wright said. Orders
have started to pick up a little,
even for minerals used in
construction-oriented products
like the ilmenite used in
household paints.
Wright wouldn't say the
recession was over, but said he
thought the bottom of the trough
had been reached, and he
expected recovery to be slow,
but upward.,
Although Rotarians had been
asked to keep questions about
DuPont and its water usage to a
minimum-a touchy subject in
the Lake Region-Wright said


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DuPont employees expect to
discuss the subject when in the
Keystone Heights area, and are
happy to do so.
Some Rotarians were
surprised to learn that, with
more efficient, environmentally
responsive equipment, the North
Florida plant now uses
approximately 300 million
gallons of water per year, a
relatively small amount given
that its operations stretch from
Baker County to the Camp
Blanding plant.
.. Wright said approximately
only 100 million gallons of that
water comes from or is used in
the Lake Region. In 2005,
DuPont installed a pipe that runs
from its separation plant to the
rim ditch, and is committed to
put 100 million gallons of
operations wastewater back into
the Etonia Basin each year.
In other words, each year
DuPont puts back as much and
sometimes,,a, Jittle more water
into the Lake Region as it takes
out of the ground through its
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Good Shepherd
Lutheran Church (LCMS)
Children's Church 10:00 AM
Sunday School 9AM,..Worship Service at 10:00 AM
331 N. Church Street (904) 964-8855
John R. Buchheimer, Pastor
Everyone Welcome!
gslcstarke@aol.com


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NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

for the 2010-2011 School Year


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"Birth 1 2th grade Enrollment"

SExtensive Sports Program to include:


Girls Volleyball, Basketball and Softball
Boys Flag Football, Basketball and Softball
* After Care Program for K 5th Grade
* Offer Foreign Languages such as
Spanish ~ French ~ German
* P.E. ~ Art Music
* Student Conventions for various grades...


* This year our students will travel to Kentucky to compete in
Academics, Athletics, Art, Photography, Music and More!


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