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Get in line ...


The 61" annual Bradford County Fair opens Friday, March 18, at 5
p.m., and runs through Sunday, March 27, closing at 11 p.m. The
midway will be open all 10 days, while the exhibition and livestock
areas will be..open Tuesday, March 22, through Saturday, March
26. For more on ticket prices, events, entertainment and more, see
Regional News.




District announces watering allowance


With the beginning of daylight sav-
ing time last Sunday, residents and oth-
ers within the Suwannee River Water
.Management District may water their
ltwns and landscapes twice per week.
Previously, watering was allowed once
a week.
Under the landscape irrigation rule
that went into effect last year, irrigation
is limited to two days per week during
daylight saving time and once weekly
during standard time. Residents may
choose which days to water. However,
irrigation should not occur between 10


a.m. and 4 p.m.
The limits on landscape irrigation are
part of an ongoing effort to help address
water needs within the district. The
rules apply to residential landscaping,
public or commercial recreation areas,
ani public and commercial businesses
that aren't regulated by a district-issued
permit.
More information about water con-
servation and the landscape irrigation
rule. is available at www.mysuwan-
neeriver.com.


Camp Cadet kicks
off application
period
Northeast Florida Camp Cadet is
kicking off the application period for
a weeklong summer camp that begins
on June 19 and runs through June 25 at
Camp Blanding.
The camp is for all youth 12-15 years
old (not just for troubled youth). Appli-
cations are available at the local police
and sheriff's offices in the Clay, Duval,
Bradford, St. Johns and Nassau coun-
ties. Deadline is April 9. There is no
cost for the camp and a maximum of 80
youth will be accepted.
For more information please contact
Officer Kimberly Robinson at 904-274-
0545 or.e-mail at flcampcadet@yahoo.
com.

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Alpha Nu offering
education
scholarship
'The scholarship committee of the Al-
pfha Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gama
aiiounces it will be offering a $500
scholarship to a Bradford or Union
county female graduate and/or resident.
The purpose of the scholarship is to
encourage and enable college students
to obtain a degree in the field of educa-
tion.
Applicants must be enrolled full time
at an accredited college or university
and be accepted into an education pro-
gram pursuing a bachelor's or master's
degree.
Applicatibns are available from Iva
Jean Harrell at 904-964-6186. Sallye
Scoggins at 352-468-1459, or at Hamp-
ton Elementary School. Completed ap-
plication should be returned to one of


the members above before April 15.
Recipients will be awarded at the Alpha
Nu Founders Day Luncheon in May.




Want to be sheriff
for a day?
Purchase chances now to win the op-
portunity to be sheriff for a day April
1. Tickets are $5 each, and:one lucky
winner will report to work at the Brad-
ford County Sheriff's Office to shadow
Sheriff Gordon Smith. View the daily
operations of the sheriff options and be
treated to lunch by the sheriff and his
command staff.
Anyone age 13 and up is eligible to
win. This is a fundraiser for the sher-
iff's office's Relay for Life team, the
Bradford County Top Guns.
Tickets are on sale in the lobby of the
sheriff's office Monday-Friday from
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through noon
on March 25. The drawing will be held
that afternoon.




VSO announces
closings
Bradford County Veterans Service
Officer Barbara Fischer has announced
her office will be diosed from March
22-24. It will be open the Fridays be-
fore and after the closing. March 18
and March 24, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
instead.
Regular operating hours are Tuesday
and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. and
Wednesday from 2-6 p.m.


County backs buy local program


BY MARK J..CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A program encouraging people to
support local businesses is getting ready
to begin next month and has won the
support of the county commission.
Val Leitner is president of Blue Oven
Kitchens, a nonprofit organization
that she called a kitchen incubator, or
an organization that helps local food-
based startups get set up by providing
business services and the use of an in-
spected kitchen facility needed to make
products for sale.
Participants also work to promote
and educate people about local food
production and consumption.
"Many can agree that what is consid-
ered to be local for food and for food-
shed would be about 100 miles out from
where you are," Leitner said.
To promote local food products and
food-based businesses, Blue Kitchen is
working to produce a campaign encour-
aging people throughout north central
Florida to shop locally. While the pro-


gram originally centered on increasing
the market demand for local food, oth-
ers encouraged a broader scope, so now
the buy local campaign embraces all


truly local businesses within north cen-
tral Florida.
The global economy has shifted fi-
nancial support from homegrown busi-
nesses to large corporations, Leitner
said. That's why the term "local busi-
ness" means more than just the store
down the street. It refers specifically
to independently .owned and operated
businesses that are not franchises or
affiliates of national chains. They can
offer services 'like auto repair, or sell
products, whether it be locally grown
produce or even products produced
abroad.
"We want people to understand that
when they spend money with a busi-
ness, they are actually voting with their
dollars," Leitner said. "They are direct-
ly shaping their community."
She said Blue Oven and the other
organizers want people to know that
when they spend a dollar locally, that
dollar circulates 11 times in the local
economy. Local prosperity depends on


See LOCAL page 3A


BUSTED finds large marijuana operation


The Bradford-Union-Starke Taskforce for the Eradication of Drugs (BUSTED) seized a large amount of marijuana March
14 that was part of an illegal grow operation in the southeastern part of Bradford County.
Capt. Brad Smith of the Bradford County Sheriff's Office said the investigation is still very active and, although no charges
had been filed as of press time Tuesday, BUSTED investigators are expecting to file charges in the near future.






Recycling plan could cost landfill


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Board members at the New River
Solid Waste Association were disap-
pointed when they learned Alachua
County is making moves that could
greatly reduce the amount of waste go-
ing to the Raiford landfill.
Proposed changes in how Alachua
County's handles its waste are the lat-
est threat to the landfill's budget and
means the board could have to make
waste agreements with other counties.
Landfill Executive Director Darrell
O'Neal told the association board last
week that Alachua County has a goal
of recycling 75 percent of its waste.
That goal is laid out for all counties in
statute, but is not mandated, at least not
yet. Nevertheless. the county is spend-
ing $400.000 of its reserves to design
and permit facilities to recycle a great


amount of waste, he said.
Alachua wants to modify its transfer/
facility for materials recovery, sorting
waste that can be recycled and organic
materials. A second facility would be
developed to compost that organic mat-
ter, and to collect the resulting gas to
generate electricity.
Their county attorney has told them
that processing all of the county's
waste through that facility in this man-
ner would give the commission author-
ity to institute flow control-a mandate
that all waste collected in the county be
brought to the transfer facility.
What is left following the sorting
process would still be taken to the land-
fill, but it would be substantially less
tonnage, which means less revenue for
New River.
The New River Solid Waste Asso-
ciation members felt betrayed by the
development. having recently lowered


Alachua's tipping fee to recover com-
mercial waste that was being diverted
to another landfill. The association was
told that Alachua County, which was
also hurt economically by the waste di-
Sversion, would pursue flow control to
its transfer station and presumed that
control would be used to direct all of
the county's waste to New River, at
least for the duration of their interlocal
agreement.
Not only have Alachua County solid
waste staffers been working toward
implementing this recycling program,
O'Neal said they've been working on
the waste diversion for some time, even
as they were negotiating a lower dis-
posal rate with the landfill.
He also pointed out that what Alach-
ua County'plans to do with its organic
waste-speeding up the decomposition
of the waste and collecting the gas--is
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City sets new rule for yard sales


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The city of Starke has further
regulated yard sales by dictating
times for when they can be set up
and taken down.
The recently approved 'ordi-
nance states that certain individ-
uals have taken advantage of the
yard and garage sale permitting
requirements to conduct sales for
periods longer than their permits
and the city code authorize.
Per the amended ordinance,
setup and takedown must be
within 48 hours of the time speci-
fied on the permit.
Yard sales were already re-
stricted to once every six months
to reflect state law. According to
City Clerk Linda Johns, the state
would require any additional
sales to collect sales tax as oth-
er businesses must do. The city
tracks the number of yard sales
held by requiring individuals to
go to city hall and apply for a
permit.
There was some confusion
over what form of leniency the
city commission had decided
to show since the economy had
turned south. Some believed they
had decided to waive permits al-
together, but that would have
been in violation of the- city's
own ordinance.
Instead, Johns had requested
that she be allowed to waive the
permit fee, which she has been
doing. Yard sale permits, howev-
er, are still required though they
can be obtained free of charge.
The city's yard sale ordinance
now reads as follows:

Sec. 26-64. Garage sales
and yard sales
(a)- A yard sale may be con-
ducted only for a 4,-hour con-
secutive period between sunrise


and sunset. A garage sale may
be conducted only once every
six months from the same prem-
ises unless title to the property is
changed.
(b) Setup and takedown for a
yard sale or garage sale shall not
extend greater than 48 hours be-
fore or 48 hours after the permit-
ted dates of the yard or garage
sale.
(c) A permit shall be obtained
from the city clerk by filing an
application with the clerk show-
ing the exact dates and location
of the place of the sale and the
full name of the applicant seek-
ing the permit. The'applicant
must have a personal interest in
the real property where the sale
is to be held and in the personal
property to be sold. The process-
ing fee for the permit shall be as
provided by the city commission
by resolution.
(d) Should the garage or yard
sale have to be delayed due to in-
clement weather, the sale may be
held the following weekend. The
permit issued shall be brought to
the city clerk's office for amend-
ment at no charge.
(e) By obtaining the permit,
the applicant agrees:
(1) Not to sell property'con-
signed or owned by any com-
mercial entity;
(2) That the city shall have the
right to have an investigator enter
on the premises during the times
of the sale to determine if a viola-
tion of this section exists; and
(3) That the sale will be con-
ducted such that no city ordi-
nances relating to the safety,
health and welfare of other per-
sons in the general area of the
sale are violated.
(f) The permit issued by the
city clerk shall be displayed at the
entrance of the premises where
the sale is to be conducted.


(g) Advertising of a garage
sale shall be limited to three
signs no larger than nine square
feet, which may be displayed on
private property, but not on the
public right of way.
(h) Rummage. garage or yard
sales conducted by a charitable
organization shall not be consid-
ered within the definition of a ga-
rage sale when conducted from
commercial property. When con-
ducted from residential property,
the city clerk shall waive the per-
sonal interest requirement in the
real and personal property.

New four-
legged officer
on the force
City and county law enforce-
ment have cooperated to share
a new drug enforcement canine.
The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office had an anonymous donor
willing to purchase a dog ftr the
county, but no budget to operate
a canine unit. The Starke Police
Department has an experienced
officer and budget, but their be-
loved canine recently died.
Oftentimes, if there is a situa-
tion where a canine is required,
officers from both forces are on
the scene cooperating anyway. If
there were ever a conflict of need,
the canine and officer would be
sent where most needed.
The canine purchased, an
18-month-old Belgian Malinois,
is named Bara.

In other business:
the city commission received
reassurance from the Florida De-
partment of Transportation that
the county's planned senior cen-
ter site and approved the site plan
for the facility.


Water supply plan might be incomplete


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Paul Still from the Bradford
Soil and Water Conservation
District told the county commis-
sion last week he is .concerned.
about how the water manage-
ment district is addressing water
issues and the impact that could
have on the county.
The conservation district is
considering sending a memo
to the Suwannee River Water
Management District, asking its
governing board to direct staff
to reevaluate its water supply as-
sessment. That assessment con-
siders the future availability of
water based on current levels and
projected trends.
According to Still, the plan
is incomplete because it only
evaluates the impact on water
supply of drawing water from
the aquifer. Still, however, said
recharge has also been impacted
by human activity. According to
him, manmade ditches are drain-
ing water away from the county
and not allowing enough time for
the water to percolate back down
into the aquifer.
"In Bradford County, since
the late 1800s, we've been dig-
ging ditches to drain the county
to make it dryer. Well, as a con-
sequence, we have less water lo
recharge the aquifer," he said.
Still said another lopk at water
supply could find drainage has
impacted ground water levels
as much or more than pumping
water out of the aquifer. Revers-
ing or modifying drainage could
be key to addressing low ground
water levels.



Bake sale at
Windsor Manor
Local bakers have submitted
their best for a bake sale taking
place at Windsor Manor nursing
home. 602 E. Laura St. in Starke.
today. Thursday, March 17, be-
ginning at 8 a.m.
Money raised will support the
Restorative and Happy Days
Club. *
VFW meets
tonight
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
1016 of Starke will meet tonight,
Thursday, March 17, at 7 p.m. at
the post home.
Membership information is
available at the post home, which
is located at 250 N. Bay St. in
Starke, behind New Method
Cleaners.


"If you only look at the use
side, Bradford County will never
get out of the hole that we're in,"
Stillsaid.:
Ultimately, how the water
management district addresses

rik ul t ical .rek}dnT.faiid com-
mercial de0ilopment throughout
the Upper Santa Fe Basin.
"Because of these impacts, we
feel it essential that the informa-
tion used to define the need for a
Water Resource Caution Area is
as accurate and complete as pos-
sible and that the remedies to ad-
dress a water shortage be as com-
plete as possible," Still wrote in a
draft memo to the water manage-
ment district.
Still also criticized what he said
is the inadequacy of the informa-
tion on geology, hydrogeology
and hydrology of the basin, and
said the water supply assessment
also fails to consider the impact
wetlands and lakes could play in
addressing minimum flow and
aquifer recharge.
Still had other objections,
questioning the need and ap-
propriateness of using a gauge
at Graham to help set minimum
flow levels for the upper Santa Fe
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is a more important source. The
gauge could influence minimum
flcvs in a way that restricts de-
velopment in the county, he said.
He also countered information
presented on the water consump-
tion algorrectiona! .fA'ilities,and
questi6ii ni -\.h the, .along with
schools, churches and g6%ern-
ment offices were lumped in
with commercial and industrial
consumption.
The soil and water conserva-
tion board will consider for-
warding Still's letter to the water
management district at a future
meeting. The county commis-
sion showed support for Still's
concerns, and may address those
concerns with the district in a
workshop setting.


Pictured are (front-back, I-r) Joshua Colmen, Rebecca Merrill, Jenny Starnes, Danielle
Sikes, Allen Patterson, Laura Sikes, Dallas Nelson, Ashton Carpenter, Anika Hananger,.
Dylon Kuhne, Madison Worth, Frank Sheffield and Tami Curtis.

LRCT presents two plays and two shorts


The Lake Region Community
Theatre is putting on four produc-
tions this weekend in Keystone
Heights. The first production is
called "Cricket County" in which
a family of hillbillies comes into
quite a lot of money.
With their new fortune, the
younger hillbillies enroll in a
fancy school, which can't quite
decide how to react to these
new students. Problems arise


Fair Tax subject
of tea party
meeting
The Lake Area Tea Party and
Fair Tax Patriots will meet Tues-
day, March 22, at 7 p.m. at the
American Legion Hall, located
at 7441 S.R. 21 in Keystone
Heights.
The featured speaker for the
evening is George Roberts, ar-
dent Fair Tax supporter, local
insurance businessman, and for-
mer county commissioner. He
will share. hji knowledge of the
Fair Tax Find out why a growing
number in the world of finance
feel it could be the answer to the
country's financial crisis.
All are welcome, and anyone
wishing more information may
call 352-473-3538, e-mail lat-
pp76@gmail.com,or go to www.
lakeareateapartypatriots.info.


SI" Works
Alacheua/Bradltlu A Communilp Fatr~ershilp
FloridaWorks is now offering the FBAT for entry
level Corrections Officers and the FCJBAT for entry
level Police Officers.
Please contact Susan Brown at North Florida
Regional Chamber of Commerce at (904) 964-527.8
to schedule an appointment.
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and feuds are created; all lead-
ing back to the power money has
over these characters. This play
will leave the audience laugh-
ing and most definitely wanting
more. 1'
The second production is "The
Devil and Miss Mother Crumpt,"
which is about a stubborn but
cunning elderly woman who
strikes a deal with the devil him-
self! Through clever maneuvers


Do You Love
Butterflies and
Gardening?
The Alligator Creek Garden-
ing Club will have its monthly-
meeting and program on Thurs-
day, March 17, at 6:30 p.m. in
the Bradford County Public Li-
brary. The program, "Bbtterfly
Gardening," 'ill be presented by
Edith Smith of Shady Oaks But-
terfly Farm. All are welcome to
attend..


and smart decision-making, the
woman outwits death itself.
This play is full of humor and
a must see! There is also two otK-
er shorts that will be performed
called "McBroom 4th of July'
and "Mr. Twist Revenge."
All of these productions will
be performed at Camp Keystone
on Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m.
and Sunday, March 30, at 2 p.im.
Tickets are on sale and cost $12.


HIGHLAND FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

Homecoming 101 Years

Special singing by
Holy Ground Quartet
Guest Speaker

Dr. Jerry Gesell
Time: 10:30 am
Date: Sunday, Mprch 27
Dinner on the grounds following services.
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Pictured are (front-back, I-r) Katie Morris, Katherine Kruzan, Taylor Barnes, Brooke Shireman, Savannah Trantham,
Noah Tinsler, Leah Tyson, Bailey Creighton, Keirstin Woods, Rima Fares, adviser Marlena Palmer, Thomas Parker,
Jacob Swaggerty and Trevor Gilliam. (Not pictured: Sabina Watson, Kaylen Chitty and Meghan Woods.)


FBLA students place at district competition


LOCAL
Continued from page 1A

In Alachua County, where the
program is based, being branded
a local businesses can drive traf-
fic to those businesses, and the
campaign is designed to spread
that throughout north central
Florida, including Bradford. Clay
and Union counties.
Local businesses like those she
described can sign up to partici-
pate by paying $40 for promo-
tional items like window clings,
bumper stickers, etc. as well as
access to the marketing that takes
place and a link to their products
and services on the campaign
Web site. The money collected
will go back into supporting the
campaign and attracting custom-
ers to local businesses.
For spending money with par-
ticipating businesses, consumers
will receive discounts by obtain-
ing and using a free buy local
discount card. Even if businesses
want to forgo the promotional
materials, they can still pay $25
"to participate in the discount card
. program.
The campaign officially kicks
off on April 12, which is being
designated Reinvest Day by local
governments throughout the area.
People are encouraged to visit
local, independently owned busi-
nesses on this day to, celebrate


the local economy, get discounts
-and to pick up a discount card.
Reinvest Day is one compo-
nent of Rethink Day, an initia-
tive to get people to examine
their thinking and habits'when
it comes to sustainability, Leit-
ner said. Concern about the local
economy goes hand-in-hand w\ ith
concern about the planet.
The Bradford County Com-
mission supported the program
with a resolution earlier this
month recognizing Reinvest
Day, and Leitner will be asking
commissions throughout the area
to do the same.
The campaign has its own
Web site, www.buylocalncf.org.
where people can view a list of
participating businesses, become
involved and even save a picture
of the buy local discount card to
their smart phones. Flashing the
image at a participating business
is the same as pulling out a caid
and is eligible for the same dis-
count.
The business list is expected
to grow as word spread to local
businesses within the 10-county
north central Florida area.
Leitner's group, Blue Oven
Kitchen, also helps the commu-
nity by providing cooking and
nutrition classes. Anyone can
visit www.blueovenkitchens.org
to find-out more about the orga-
nization, its classes and events.


The mission of Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America is to
bring business and education
together' in a positive working
relationship through innovative
leadership and career develop-
ment programs. FBLA gives
students a competitive edge
through career exploration, self-
improvement and community
service opportunities. Mid-level
'students also learn skills that are
i.eeded in every day life and pre-
pare them for "real world" pro-
fessional experiences.
SBradford Middle School is
proud to have 48 students volun-
leer to be a part of this organiza-
:tioi-The students have compet-
ed in district competitions in the
.areas of career exploration, com-
puter slide show presentation,


desktop publishing application,
Web page creation, leadership,
FBLA principles, business math,
public speaking and proofread-
ing.
BMS proudly announced that
14 students have come in first or
second place in their competition
areas at district. These students
are now eligible to compete at
the state level and will travel to
Orlando in April to compete for
state titles.
"We would like to congratu-
late all of the FBLA members for
their hard work and dedication,"
said advisor Marlena Palmer.

AWARDS
Business math
1"- Katie Kruzan


2"d-Sabina Watson

3d-Brooke Shireman

Careers
1 '- Meghan Woods
2nd-Christopher
Swaggerty
3d-Kaylen Chitty

FBLA principles
1t- Noah Tinsler
2nd-Taylor Barnes
3rd-Keirstin Woods

Intro to computers
1 Keirstin Woods
2nd-Thomas Parker
3rd--Treavor Gillham


Leadership
1"-Bailey Creighton
2nd-Thomas Parker
3rd- Leah Tyson

Proofreading
1 t-Katie Morris
2nd-Bailey Creighton'
3rd-Savannah Trantham

Computer slide show team
1<-Meghan Woods,
Kaylen Chitty and Rima
Fares

Public speaking
1t'-Sabina Watson

Desktoi publishing team


1"t-Katie Kruzan and
Brooke Shireman


Free triathlon
training
Pastor Steve Hayes of First
Christian Church is once again
offering free coaching and en-
couragement to train as a group
to complete one of three sprint
triathlons offered this summer
and fall at Crystal River. All lev-
els of athletes are invited to work
up to a quarter-mile swim, 15-
mile bike ride, and a.three-mile
run.
Training will :be Saturday
mornings at 11 a.m. beginning
Saturday, March 19, at Kingsley
Lake. Please call 904-759-2728
for more information.


Santa Fe
Cemetery Assoc.
meeting
The Santa Fe Cemetery Assd-
ciation will hold its annual meet-
ing Tuesday, March 22, at 6:30
p.m. at Hampton City Hall to
conduct its regular business and
elect trustees. Anyone having a
plot or loved buried in the cem-
etery is invited to attend.


PLAN
Continued from page 1A

precisely what the landfill ac-
complishes through its bioreac-
'tor project, short of excavating
the composted material for fur-
ther use.
S"I wonder when they were
going to tell us?" asked Union
countyy Commissioner Karen
Cossey of Alachua County's re-
cycling plans.
Bradford County Commis-
sioner Eddie Lewis, let down by
What he was hearing, said Alach-
ua County solid waste represen-
tatives had more or less guaran-
teed the landfill their garbage for
Sbme time.
S"We've got a contract," Lewis
Said.
.- Commissioners were not just
concerned with the lost revenue,
but the affect that could have
on their constituencies since the
Alachua County revenue has
helped subsidized operations at
the landfill and kept tipping fees
.(and special assessments) fixed'
in the members counties.
Lewis said the landfill needs
to be on the lookout for garbage
from other areas.
"Nobody here wants toand tell
everybody we're fixing to go up
on our tipping fees," he said.
Alachua County representa-
tives who usually attend meet-
ings at the landfill were not
present to respond to the associa-
tion's concerns. The association
plans to take its case directly to
Alachua County commissioners
since solid waste staffers there
have been less that forthcoming
with the landfill about the recy-
cling plan.
In the meantime, O'Neal said
he was meeting with representa-
tives from Clay County, which
could result in additional waste
and tipping fees for the landfill.

,* In other business, Toxic
Roundup events in Bradford
and Baker counties resulted in
'the proper disposal of more than
17.5 tons of hazardous waste.
The 12.85 tons collected in Brad-
ford was the highest amount ever
collected here-twice what has
been collected before from any
of the three member counties,
O'Neal said.


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Kittles takes oath


After surviving an abridged campaign period and a nalf-
biting recount, Archie Kittles finally stood before Judge
Phyllis Rosier, fellow school board members, and family
and friends on Monday night and took the oath of office.


JROTC students headed to state
:Bradford High School JROTC recently attended the area qualification drill meet and qualified to compete in the
state JROTC competition in Lakeland in three events: individual exhibition, color guard and squad drill. Rachel
Merrill, Matt Norczyk, Jennifer Cline, Deven Miller, Kaylee Jones, Jennifer Lewis and Leann Erdman (front) took
Second place in the squad drill competition at the area meet.


Winning first place in color guard at the area meet were Ben Jackson, Dena Leziak,
Leann Erdman and Matt Nor-czyk.


When I am called to duty, God
Wherever flames may rage...
Give me the strength to save
some life
Whatever be its age...
Help me embrace a little child
Before it is too late...
Or save an older person from
The horror of that fate...
Enable me to be alert and
Hear the weakest shout...
And quickly and efficiently
To put the fire out...
I want to fill my calling and
To give the best in me...
To guard my every neighbor
And protect their property...
And if according to your will
I have to lose inj life...
Please bless with your
protecting hand
My children and my wife...
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March 18, 1993


Cycling, culinary
arts offered at
career center
The Bradford-Union Area Ca-
reer Technical Center is holding
indoor cycling sessions on Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday from 9-10 a.m.
The career center will also be
offering a basic culinary class in


the evening with renowned Chef
Susan Smith, a graduate of culi-
nary arts at Johnson and Wales
University. Chef Smith has:40
years of experience in the restau-
rant industry and eight years as
an instructor.
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Starke Christian Students of the Month


Philadelphia Missionary
Baptist Church will install its
new pastor, the Rev. Michael
T. Murphy Sr., in services on
Saturday, March 19, at 7 p.m.
and Sunday, March 20. at 11
a.m. and 4 p.m. Everyone is
invited.

Ebenezer Baptist Church
will celebrate its mission
anniversary on March 20 at 11
a.m. and 3 p.m. The pubic is
invited to join in worship on


this special occasion.


Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church invites you to its
Women's Day Program on
Sunday. March 20, at 3:30
p.m. Guest speaker is Sis.
Gussie Lee from Greater New
Hope in Bland, Fla. Turn right
from S.R..121 at the church
sign at 227th Lane/Reeves
Road. Contact persons Jacklyn
Ortiz 386-755-3542 for more
information.


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Hampton Elementary Terrific Kids

Hampton Elementary Terrific Kids


. Starke Christian School recently announced its Students of the Month for February.
Students were recognized for their respectfulness, truthfulness, friendliness,
.,,enthusiasm and responsibility. Each student received a backpack and water bottle
:l-donatedby the Hardee's in Starke as well as a pencil and bumper sticker. SCS
.1Students of the Month for February were Jillian Kirkland, Amerie Mathew and Ashley
SBennett.


,Brooker Elementary Terrific Kids


Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Hampton Elementary School in February were (front-back, I-r)
Jozee Smith, Mikey Outlaw, Christopher Truman, Amanda Zink, Noah Glover, Alyssa
Cross, Madison Taylor, Skyler Hartz, Krystal Ellis, Bryan Davis, Alexyia Starling and
Shonni Ansley. They are pictured with Principal Rick Stephens, Terrific Teacher
Claudette Frees and Kiwanian Cookie Mundorf.


kiwanis Terrific Kids at Brooker Elementary School for February were (front-back, I-r)
Each McRae, Andrew Crews, Payton McKenzie, Sara Foster, Kelly Brown, Kathryne
rVright, GracieAnne Blankenship, Julie Waring and Hunter Holder. They are prictured
I~th Principal Rick Stephens, Terrific Teacher Brandi Findley and Kiwanian Bear Bryan.


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the morning of Tuesday, March
22, at 10 a.m. All are invited.

Board games
and book club
at library
Adults are invited to play
Book Bingo at the Bradford
County Public Library on Mon-
day. March 21, at 10 a.m.
The library's adult book clubs
"will meet on Tuesday, March 29,
at 6 p.m. and Thursday, March
31 .at noon.The daytime group is
reading "Elegy for Iris" by John
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vided free to senior citizens and
low-income individuals.
Appointments are necessary.
Please call the library at 904-
368-3911 to schedule your time,
or stop by the library at 456 W.
Pratt St. in Starke.


Bradford is full of excitement
this week! On March 16, Brad-
ford is hosting its annual talent
show in the auditorium at 6 p.m.
This is sure to be an amazing
show that will leave the audience
in awe. Also on March 16and 17,
Jostens will be at the high school
delivering caps and gowns to the
graduating seniors. How sweet is
that?
On March 17, Bradford is
-hosting the Mz. Ugly contest in
the auditorium from 6-10 p.m.
Guys from the school dress up to
look like "beautiful" women and
compete against each other in a
contest to be the absolute best in
beauty. This will most definitely


have the audience laughing and
make them 'feel better about
themselves! Tickets are on sale
in Bradford's main office and in
guidance.
On March 18, seniors are tak-
ing their panoramic portrait at
9:30 a.m. in the gym. Seniors
make sure to wear either your se-
nior class shirt, sweatshirt or just
a plain black shirt. If you ordered
a senior shirt or sweatshirt come
by Ms. Story's office in guid-
ance, either after or before school
to pick them up.
Also on March 18, the bas-
ketball team has a home game
against Baker County that night.
Everyone needs to come out and


support them!
Next week is the week we've
all been waiting for: Spring
Break! Woo! Finally everyone
can have a break from school and
work. Student schedule for next-
week: Relax, sleep, eat, have fun,
relax, sleep, relax-and did I for-
get to mention relax?
Quote for the week: "Some
people are afraid of what they
might find if they try to analyze
themselves too much, but you
have to crawl into your wounds
to discover where your fears
are. Once the bleeding starts,
the cleansing can begin." -Tori
Amos.


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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
APPLYING COUNTY
STATE OF GEORGIA
Civil Action # 09-11-611C
David Home, John W. Waters,
Ronnie Haire. as Co-administrators
Of the W L Haire Estate and as
Individual's
Petitioners,
VS.
Todd Bishop
Amanda Bishop Curry
Linda Gail Magruder
James David Leonard Haire
Michael Allen Haire
Richard Steven Haire
Robert Haire
Ronnie Haire
Cheryl Home
Clay Home
David Horne
Eddie Home
Howard Home
Laura Waters Jaloli
Karen Waters Jarocki
Carla Horne Mellott
Kelly Waters Rodgers
Brian Waters
Jim Waters
John Wayne Waters
Mike Waters
Wendy Haire Woodard
And Unknown heirs
And ALL OTHER PERSONS
'WHOM IT MAY CONCERN"
Defendants.
PUBLICATION
TO: Michael Allen Haire; and
Unknown heirs
You are hereby notified that the
above-styled action seeking to
establish title to the below described
property against all the world was
filed on the 6'" day of November,
2009, in the Superior Court of Appling
County, Georgia, Brunswick Judicial
Circuit, and that by reason of order
for service by publication entered by
said court on the 41h day of November
2010, you are hereby commanded
to be and appear at said court within
30 days of the date of the order for
service by publication to answer said
petition and file pleading before the
court.
All that tract or parcel of land lying and
being in the Fourth Land District of
Appling County,.Georgia, consisting
of 221.654 acres, more or less, of
lot of land No. 153-154-170, being
more particularly described as Tract
1, according to the courses, metes
and bounds of that certain survey
and plat thereof for W.L. Haire Estate,
by Harry A. Strickland, GRLS #2409,
dated .2-28-2009, and recorded in
Plat Book 19, page 215, in the office
of the Clerk of Superior Court, Appling
County, Georgia.
All the tract or parcel of land lying in
the Fourth Land District of Appling
County, Georgia, consisting of
110.486 acres, more or less, Land
Lot NW. 123, being bound, now or
formally, as follows; North by lands
of James Thornton and Ephesus
Church of God, East by lands of
highway 15, South by lands of John
Anderson, and West by lands of
Rayonier more particularly described
according to the courses, metes and
bounds of that certain survey and plat
thereof for W.L. Haire Estate by Harry
A. Strickland, GRLS #2409 date
9-12-2008, and recorded in Plat Book
19, page 137, in the office of clerk
of Superior Court, Appling County,
Georgia. Said plat by hereby being
made a part here of for all purposes.
All that tract or parcel of land lying and
being in the Fourth Land. District of
Appling County, Georgia,-consisting
of 53.512 acres, more or less, Land
Lot Nos. 123, 124 and 153 being
bound, now or formally, as follows;
North by lands of Long Branch Road.
West by lands of highway 15, South
by lands of John Anderson, and
South East by lands of J.W. Boyette
more particularly described according
to the courses, metes and bounds of,
that certain survey and plat thereof
for W.L.Haire Estate, by Harry A.
Strickland, GRLS #2409 dates 9-12-
2008 and recorded in Plat Book 19,
page 137,'in the office of the Clerk
of Superior Court, Appling County,
Georgia. Said plat by hereby being
made a part here of for all purposes.
All that tract or parcel of land lying in
the Fourth Land District of Appling
County, Georgia, consisting of 21.639
acres, more or less, Land Lot No.
123 being bound, now or formally,
as follows; North by lands of Henry
Kennedy, Melissa Gray and Margaret
Rewis, West by lands of highway 15,
South by lands of Long Branch Road,
and East by lands of J.W. Boyette
more particularly described according
to the courses, metes and bounds of
that certain survey and plat thereof
for W.L. Haire Estate, by Harry A.
Strickland, GRLS #2409, dated 9-12-
2008, and recorded in Plat Book 19,
page 137, in the office of the Clerk
of Superior Court, Appling County,
Georgia. Said plat by hereby being
made a part here of for all purposes.
WITNESS the Honorable Amanda
Williams, Judge of said court.
This the 12'" day of November, 2010.
Appling County Clerk of Court
F. Floyd Hunter
3/10 4tpd 3/3i-BCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-394
DIVISION: K
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR NOVASTAR MORTGAGE
FUNDING TRUST, SERIES 2007-1,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ERIC J. BINDLEY, A/K/A ERIC
BINDLEY, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant


to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated March 3, 2011, and entered
in Case No. 04-2009-CA-394, of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida in which Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company, as Trustee
for NovaStar Mortgage Funding Trust,
Series 2007-1, is the Plaintiff and Eric
J. Bindley, a/k/a Eric Bindley, Tammie
S. Bindley, a/k/a Tammie Bindley, Any
And All Unknown Parties Claiming
by, Through, Under and Against the
herein named individual defendants)
who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties
may claim an interest in spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, or other
claimants are defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for


cash in front of the Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091, Bradford County,
Florida at 11 a.m., E.S.T on the
11I day of April, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment of Foreclosure:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING
PARTLY IN LOT 7 AND PARTLY
IN LOT 13, OF "PINE ACRES
PARK," ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 76, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
THE WEST 200 FEET OF SAID
LOT 13, TOGETHER WITH THAT
PART OF THE EAST 121 FEET OF
SAID LOT 7, LYING NORTH OF A
WESTERLY PROLONGATION OF
THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
SAID LOT 13.
A/K/A 3078 SE 134T ST, STARKE,
FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner asof the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated in Bradford County, Florida,
this 3' day of March, 2011.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida
By: Pat Halterman
Deputy Clerk
Albertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
PO Box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
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.
Persons with a disability who need
any accommodation in order to
participate should call Jan Phillips,
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
Courthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-
6237 within two (2) working 'days
of receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired; please call 1-800-
955-8771; if you are voice impaired,
please call 1-800-955-8770.
3/10 2tchg 3/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER: 04-2010-CP-0078
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HALEY FRANCES FORSYTH,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the estate of
Haley Frances Forsyth, deceased,
File Number 04-2010-CP-0078,
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is PO
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091. The
name and address of the personal
representatives and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is served. within
three months after the date of the
first publication of this notice must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THJS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All .creditors of the decedent'and
persons having claims or demands
against .decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Personal Representatives:
Carmen Forsyth
13123 SE 21' Avenue
Starke, FL 32091
Francis Kelly Forsyth
17938 NW SR 16
Starke, FL 32091
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
W. Holt Harrell
Florida Bar No.: 0577634
Harrell & Harrell, P.A.


4735 Sunbeam Rd
Jacksonvlle. FL 32257
3/10 2tcg 3/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
File No 04-2011-CP-0005
Division PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM ALBERT VIDAL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order
of Summary Administratioh has been
entered in the estate of William Albert
Vidal, deceased. File Number 04-
2011-CP-0005. by the Circuit Court
for Bradford County. Florida. Probate
Division. the address of which is 945
N Temple Ave., Starke, FL 32091;
that the decedent's date of death was
June 28. 2010; that the total value of
the estate is $4,412.80. and that the
names and addresses of those to
whom it has been assigned by such
order are:
Name Address
Barbara Winner 4689 SE 92" Street
Starke, FL 32091
David A. Winner 4689 SE 92 Street
Starke, FL 32091
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the
decedent other than those for whom
provision for full payment was made in
the Order of Summary Administration
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is March 10, 2011.
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
SAM W. BOONE, JR., P.A.
By: Sam W. Boone, Jr.
Florida Bar No. 0278963
4545 NW 8th Avenue, Suite A
Gainesville, FL 32605
Persons Giving Notice
Barbara Winner
4689 SE 92nd Street
Starke, Florida 32091
David A. Winner
4689 SE 92nd Street
Starke, Florida 32091
3/10 2tchg 3/17-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO,: 04-2009-CA-216
DIVISION:
FRED B. MILLER,.JR.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES EDWARD YON AND
PATRICIAANN YON, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHER
PARTIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST JAMES EDWARD YON
AND PATRICIAANN YON;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
-SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that the
undersigned Clerk of the Court will
offer the following described property
in Bradford County, Florida:
A parcel of land lying in the N /2 of
the NE /4 of the SW 1/4 of Section
11, Township 7 South, Range 22
East. More particularly described as
follows:
Commence of the NW corner of the
NW 4 ofSW '4 of Section 11, Township
7 South, Range 22 East; run thence
North 88 degrees, 25 minutes, 50
seconds East a distance of 1454.10
feet to Point of Beginning. From point
of beginning thus described continue
North 88 degrees, 25 minutes, 50
second East a distance of 264 feet; run
thence South 1 degree, 34 minutes,
10 seconds East a distance of 660
feet; run thence South 88 degrees,
25 minutes, 50 seconds West. a
distance of 264 feet; run thence North
1 degree, 34 minutes, 10 second
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ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE. IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DATED MARCH 10, 2011.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
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Individuals with disabilities who
need a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceeding are
entitled at no cost, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please contact:
Clerk of Court at (904) 966-6282
within 2 working days of your receipt
of this notice. If you are hearing or
voice impaired, please call 1-800-
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Albert T. Franson, Esquire
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Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
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Directors on Monday, March 28,
2011, 7:00 p.m. at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc., Senior
Center in Live Oak, Florida.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS BY THE CITY
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
HAMPTON, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Resolutions, 2011-01 through 2011-
06, which titles hereinafter appear, will
be considered for enactment by the
City Council of the City of Hampton,
Florida, at a public hearing on April
12, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the City Council Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 5784 Navarre Avenue,
Hampton, Florida. Copies of the said
resolutions may be inspected by any
member of the public at the Office
of the City Manager in the City Hall
at 5784 Navarre Avenue, Hampton,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the resolutions.
RESOLUTION NUMBER 2011-01
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSUREANDABANDONMENT OF
APORTIONOFANALLEYTHROUGH
BLOCK 9, AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGES 4 AND 5, MAP OF
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ALSO AUTHORIZING
THE MAYOR AND CLERK OF


THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO
TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS, PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
RESOLUTION NUMBER 2011-02
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
OF -A PORTION OF FLORIDA
AVENUE, AN UNOPENED RIGHT
OF WAY, LYING AND BEING IN
SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE CITY OF
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ALSO AUTHORIZING
THE MAYOR AND CLERK OF
THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO
TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS, PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
RESOLUTION NUMBER 2011-03
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
OF A PORTION OF PLUM STREET,
AN UNOPENED RIGHT OF WAY,
LYING AND BEING IN SECTION
30, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE CITY OF
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ALSO AUTHORIZING
THE MAYOR AND CLERK OF
THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO
TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS; PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
\. RESOLUTION NUMBER 2011-04
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
OF A PORTION OF PLUM STREET,
AN UNOPENED RIGHT OF WAY,
LYING AND BEING IN SECTION
30, TOWNSHIP .7 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE CITY OF
HAMPTON, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, ALSO AUTHORIZING
THE MAYOR AND CLERK OF
THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO
TRANSFER OWNERSHIP'OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS, PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
RESOLUTION 2011-05
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT
OF A PORTION OF FLORIDA
AVENUE, AN UNOPENED RIGHT
OF WAY, LYING AND BEING IN
SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 7 SOUTH,
RANGE 22 EAST, IN THE CITY OF
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THE CITY OF HAMPTON TO
TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS, PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
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A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE
CLOSURE AND ABANDONMENT


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TRANSFER OWNERSHIP OF THE
EASEMENT(S) TO THE ADJOINING
LAND OWNERSS, PROVIDING
FOR THE RECORDING OF THE
RESOLUTION, AND PROVIDING AN
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to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the dates, times and places of any
'continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
regarding the matter will be published,:
unless said continuation exceeds six
calendar weeks from the date of the
.above referenced public hearing.
*All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions made
at this public hearing, they will need
a record of the proceedings and,.
for such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
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CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL.'

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Advanced armband sales 1 notable change for this year's fair


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Last year, the Bradford
County Fair was billed as "A
Blast to the Past," but going
back in time helped the event
take a step into the future with
the creation of advanced-sale
ride armbands.
The 61" annual Bradford
County Fair opens Friday
March 18, at 5 p.m., and runs
through Sunday, March 27,
closing at 11 p.m. The midway
will be open all 10 days, while
the exhibition and livestock
areas will be open Tuesday,
March 22, through Saturday,
March 26.
Visitors to this year's fair,
which is being billed as "Fun
in the Sun," probably won't
see much that is vastly
different from past fairs, but
the sale of armbands is a bit
different in that they will be
offered at early, discounted
prices for the first time.
Armbands, which allow for an
unlimited number of rides, will
sell for $15-$20 on the
midway, but may be purchased
in advance for $13 for
attendance on March 18-20
and March 24-27.
"That is a real savings for
people who are ride
enthusiasts," Fair Manager Jim
Crawford said.
Last year, all rides required
only one ticket, with advanced
tickets selling for $1. It was an
attempt to revert to ride-ticket
requirements of 10 years ago
as part of the fair's "A Blast to
the Past" promotion, but
tickets were not what the
public wanted.
"Everybody wanted



Minor injuries in
Bradford crash
One person had minor
injuries following a March 8
traffic crash on S.R. 16 at C.R.
225 in Bradford County.
According to the report by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper M.D. Childress,
Marcus Miller, 64, of Raiford
was driving a 1996 Ford
pickup east on C.R. 225,
approaching the intersection of
S.R. 16.
Christian Burns, 39, of
Starke was driving a 2006
Suzuki GSXR 1000
motorcycle on S.R. 16, also
approaching the intersection.
Miller did not see Burns and
attempted to cross S.R. 16 in
front of the motorcycle. The
motorcycle struck the right side
of the pickup and Burns was
transported to Shands UF with
minor injuries.
Damage to the pickup was
estimated at $2,500. Damage
to the motorcycle was
estimated at $3,500.
Miller was cited with
violation of the right of way.

DOC to close 3

prisons, 2 boot
camps and

1 road prison
According to a press release
posted on the Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections Web page,
DOC announced its prison con-
solidation plan March 15, which
will save $30.8 million annually
and result in $25 million ifi fur-
ther cost avoidance for Florida
taxpayers.
This plan will not result in the
early release of inmates. DOC
will close three prisons, two
boot camp programs and a road
prison. Employees will be af-
forded the opportunity to fill
vacancies at other facilities. The
bulk of the cost savings will be
generated through employee
attrition.
"This plan is the right thing to
do because itlvill save Florida
taxpayers millions of dollars,"
said DOC Secretary Edwin
Buss. "The facilities to be closed
are older and require more re-
sources to operate than newer
institutions. Additionally, this
initiative will provide the de-
partment with an opportunity to
consolidate program resources
which will allow for seamless


armbands," Crawford said.
There are also armband
specials on Monday, March
21, which is Buddy Night (buy
one $15 armband, get one
free), and Tuesday and
Wednesday, March 22-23,
which are student nights (free
gate admission with $15
armband).
For those who want to use
tickets, they are still an option.
Advanced tickets may be
purchased for $1 each, or
purchased for $1.50 on the
midway. Rides will require
either one or two tickets.
Advanced tickets and
armbands may be purchased at
the fair office (2300 N. Temple
Ave.), which is adjacent to the
Florida Highway Patrol
station, the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce, American Paper
Company, Images hair salon,
Video Express, the city hall in
Lawtey and Unik's Fashion.
Another change this year is
to admission prices. A student
admission of $3 has been
created for children in grades
first through 12'". Younger
children will be admitted free,
while general admission is $5.
In the past, children 12 and
under were admitted free, with
everyone else paying $5.
"That still puts us
considerably under our
competing counties,"
Crawford said.
As usual, this year's fair
offers a variety of
entertainment, but there are a
few changes in regard to
performance times and awards
handed out during the Starke's
Got Talent show.
Crawford said the fair has


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Maegan Soble (left) and Hayden Smith enjoy themselves at last year's Bradford
County Fair. Hildebrand Rides Inc. will once again provide a variety of rides for the
midway, including new additions of a double Ferris wheel, the Orbiter, the Alien
Abduction Gravitron and a children's Spider-Man maze.


had as many as three musical
acts performing during a night,
with the first performance
scheduled at 6 p.m. However,
the audience tended to be
small during 6 p.m.
performances.
SThis year, the earliest music
performances are scheduled is
6:30 p.m. Also, four of the six
nights of musical
entertainment will feature just
one performer or group.
At last year's Starke's Got
Talent show, trophies were
awarded for first, second and
third place. This year, all


participants will receive some
kind of participation award.
Starke's Got Talent, which
is scheduled for 6 p.m. on
Tuesday, March 22, may be
divided into two sections, with
children performing first so
that they are not up too late.
Crawford said whether or not
the show is split up depends
upon the number of
participants, butit is possible
going by last yeai's turnout.
"Last year, we had few more
than we thought (would
participate)," Crawford said.
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Bradford County's own Daniel
Crews and tribute group the
Legends return this year.
Crews performs at 8 p.m. on
Friday, March 18, as part of
what has always been the
popular Gospel Night, with the
band Crossfire performing
prior to Crews at 6:30 p.m.
The Legends will take the
stage on Saturday, March 26,
at 7 p.m.
Besides musical acts, there
will also be wrestling and a
reptile show.
Please refer to the Bradford
County Fair ad on page 3B for


the complete entertainment
schedule.
Another obvious change this
year is the fair schedule itself
as it pertains to the mid\\a\
and the exhibition and
livestock areas. Craw\ford said
the 10-day fair last year
satisfied those who wanted a
longer period in which h to ride
rides, but the traditional fi\ e-
day period seemed to better
suit exhibitors inside the fair
buildings. That \\as the
impetus behind the change to a
full 10-day schedule for the
midway as opposed to fi\e
days for the exhibit-and
livestock-areas.
"For a lot of organizations
that aren't selling anything, it's
a burden to stay longer."
Crawford said. "sThis year,
we've tried to satisf\ both
sides."
This year's fair conincides
with spring break in the
Bradford County, Clay Countl
and Union County public
school s leemis T'here has
been a debate on whetherr it's
best to hold the fair during
spring break in Bradford and
Union counties, at least, with
the reason being that many
families take vacations and
leave the area.

Crawford, though, thinks it
makes sense to hold it during
spring break, which he said is
a benefit for those Bradford
and Union 4-H and FFA
students showing animals.
"For the kids who have
animals, they like that," he
said. "They stay out here the
whole time."

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Keystone's Christy Hewes finds her niche in shed business


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Christy Hewes admitted
she's "girly" by nature, but she
has thrived in a business she
describes as being an odd fit
for her at first glance, taking
over Handi-House in Starke
that was started by her father
32 years ago and expanding
into four other cities.
Hees has owned the
H~ndi-House in business in
Starke for the past nine
years-a fact she would've
found shocking if she had
known it ahead of time.
"I didn't want to sell sheds
.when I grew up, I can tell you
that," she said.
Yet she gave it a go and
found it was something she
was good at, despite the fact
it's a type of business that
wouldn't necessarily seem to
be her type of thing.
"It's a shed business,"
Hewes said. "It's a man's
business. It's dirty. It's
construction. I'm a little bit
more womanly, girly-
whatever you want to call it. I
like fingernails and that kind
of thing.
"Once I learned the
business, it just kind of felt


Christy Hewes (left) is pictured with her mother, Dena
Lockerman, at Handi-House in Starke. Hewes owns
the business along with locations in Middleburg,
Ocala and Palatka. She will also soon open a location
in Jacksonville.


like my niche."
The business she described
as a "man's business" riow
includes her mother, Dena


Lockerman, and sister, Jodi
Tibbetts. Lockerman manages
the Starke lot for Hewes, while
Tibbetts is currently training


with Hewes to be a part owner
of a new location in
Jacksonville that Hewes hopes
will open by mid-April.
"Good people are hard to
find," said Hewes, who has
also opened businesses in
Middleburg, Ocala and
Palatka. "I've found a few, and
I'm going to keep them.
There's nobody better to get in
business with than your
family, if you can make it
work."
It seemed as if the family
connection to Handi-House
ended when Hewes' father,
John Curies, retired. He was
out of the Handi-House
business for eight years when
he was asked by a
representative of Handi-Hquse
Manufacturing in Swainsboro,
Ga., if he knew of someone
who could take over the Starke
lot. Hewes said the Starke lot
was suffering a little at the
time.
"My dad called me and said,
'Hey, what do you think about
getting in the portable-shed
business?' I thought at the time
he was nuts," Hewes said. "I
told myself I would do it for
six months, and at the end of
six months, if I didn't like it,


or I couldn't do it, I would do
something different."
Six months became nine
years, but it was a bit of a
shaky start.
"The first day on the lot b\
myself in Starke, I totally
ripped the floor out of a
portable building with my
pickup truck," Hewes said.
"It's come a long way."
It certainly wasn't easy.
Hewes, who was 19 with two
young children when she took
over the business, put in a lot
of hours to start with.
"When I started the
business, I delivered


buildings-physically
delivered my own buildings,"l
she said. "I would deliver
buildings from 7 in the
morning until 9 when the
office opened. I'd run the
office from 9 to 5, then I'd
deliver buildings from 5 to 8."
There were times where
Hewes was working more
hours and making less money
than her employees. Giving up,
though, wasn't an option, and:
sticking it out has paid off in
the end.

See HEWES page 5B


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Counties urged to back 'buy local' program


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
A program encouraging peo-
ple to support local businesses is
getting ready to begin next
month and has already won the
support of the Bradford County
Commission. Other area com-
missions will be asked to sup-
port the program as well.
Val Leitner is president of
Blue Oven Kitchens, a nonprofit
organization that she called a
kitchen incubator, or an organi-
zation that helps local food-
basgd startups get set up by pro-
viding business services and the
use of an inspected kitchen facil-
ity needed to make products for
sale.
Participants also work to
promote and educate people
about local food production and
consumption.
"Many can agree that what is
considered to be local for food
and for food shed would be
about 100 miles out from where
you are," Leitner said..
To promote local food prod-
ucts and food-based businesses,
Blue Kitchen is working to pro-
duce a campaign encouraging
people throughout north central
Florida to shop locally. While


the program originally centered omy. Local prosperity depends local governments throughout
on increasing the market de- on it. the area. People are encouraged
mand for local food, others en- In Alachua County, where the to visit local, independently
courage a broader scope, so program is based, being branded owned businesses on this day to
now the buy local campaign a local business can drive traffic celebrate the local economy, get
embraces all truly local busi- to those businesses, and the discounts and to pick up a dis-
nesses-within north central Flor- campaign is designed to spread countcard.
ida. that throughout north central Reinvest Day is one compo-
The global economy has Florida, including Bradford, nent of Rethink Day, an initia-
shifted financial support from Clay and Union counties, tive to get people to examine
homegrown businesses to large Local businesses like those their thinking and habits when it
corporations, Leitner said. she described can sign up to comes to sustainability, Leitner
That's why the term "local busi- participate by paying $40 for said. Concern about the local
ness" means more than just the promotional items like window economy goes hand-in-hand
store down the street. It refers clings, bumper stickers, etc. as with concern about the planet.
specifically to independently well as access to the marketing The Bradford County Com-
owned and operated businesses that takes place and a link to mission supported the program
that are not franchises or affili- their products and services on with a resolution earlier this
ates of national chains. They can the campaign Web site. The month recognizing Reinvest
offer services like mechanics, or money collected will go back Day, and Leitner will be asking
sell products, whether it be lo- into supporting the campaign commissions throughout the
cally grown produce or even and attracting customers to local area to do the same.
products produced abroad. businesses. The campaign has its own
"We want people to under- ; For spending money with pr,-,,eb siewwwb ylocalnof.ory,
stand that when they spend .ticipathibusinesses, consumers, .where/p.oe aa! view a tst df
money with a bUusiness, they are- will reeeive-discounts by obtain- participating businesses, become
actually voting with their dol- ing and using a free buy local involved and even save a picture
lars," Leitner said. "They are discount card. Even if busi-
directly shaping their commu- nesses want to forgo the promo- See BUY page 12B
.nity." tional materials, they can still
.She said Blue Oven and the pay $25 to participate in the
other organizers want people to discount card program.
understand that when they spend The campaign officially kicks
a dollar locally, that dollar circu- off on April 12, which is being
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Strickland,
Carter to we
March 19
Nancy Danecll St
and David Robin ('a
.both of Starke, announ
engagement and up
wedding.
Strickland is the dau
Leonard and Cindy Sp
Stbrke. She graduate
Bradford High Schoxl i
and is employci
Nationwide Insuranc
Gainesville.
garter is the son of
Carter of Starke and
Stone of Lake Butl
griSduated from Bradfo
Sc.iool in 20(4,
eMployed by GR
Catinesville.
AThe wedding will be
NMrch 19, at 6:30 p
C'tnp Blanding Cor
Cf iter, outside. A re
w4ti follow inside
Conference Center.
ard family are invited.
tlh being at Camp BI
al;lD's are required I
th;-gate.
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Ruth banr and
Matthew Davis

Eair, Davis ti
vWed April 3C
,kuth Bair and MI


Davis, both of Gainesville,
announce their engagement
and approaching weeding.
Bair is the daughter of Greg
and:Tracy Bair of Lake Butler.
Shj is a graduate of Union
C oaty High School and Santa
Fe.Community College. She is
employed by Shands UF as a
registered nurse.
Davis is the son of Cliff and
K4therine Davis of
Gainesville. He graduated
ftdfn Santa Fe High School
anti is employed by the U.S.
Parcel Service.
The weidt gJis: pl.iinn dJ for
April 3.0, 2011, at 5:30 p.m. at
O'l'eno State Park, with a
reception to follow. The
ceremony will be performed
by Brian Coleman of Living
Covenant Church. This is an
irtitation-only event.

If opportunity doesn't
knock, build a door.
--Milton Berle


Thursday
Till 7 pm


BHS class of
'61 prepares for


50th reunion
The Bradford High School
d class of 1961 will be holding
its 50'h reunion vIay 13-14 in
Starke.
rickland A dinner will be held at the
rter Jr. Hampton Lake Bed and
ice their Breakfast on Friday, May 13,
coming with a social hour at 6 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 7 p.m.
ghter of Class members will meet at
pruill of the Starke Golf and Country
d from Club on Saturday, May 14,
in 2003, with a social hour beginning at
d b'
cc of 6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7
p.m.
f David Notices have been sent to all
d (Gina class members. Everyone who
er. He attended school with-the class
rd High of 1961 is invited, even if they
and is did not graduate with the class.
U in For more information, please
call Tom Smith at 904-964-
held on
d m.. at 9222 or Anne Miller at 904-
nference 964-8602.
reception
at the Windsor Manor
Friends
Due to to host bake
landing,
to enter ale Thursday
Windsor Manor Nursing
Home of Starke will host a
bake sale on Thursday, March
17, beginning at 8 a.m. in the
lobby.
Homemade desserts,
Including sour-cream pound
cake, fruit cake, carrot cake, a
German chocolate/toffee cake
and a "secretly" sinful mocha-
choco cake, will be available.
SFund raised during the sale
will purchase a television and
s Nintendo Wii for residents'
use.


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delivery of evidence-based pro-
grams aimed to reduce recidi-
vism."
DOC will close the Brevard
Correctional Institution in Co-
coa, Hendry Correctional Insti-
tution in Imrtnokalee, Hillsbor-
ough Correctional Institution in
Riverview, Tallahassee Road
,Prison in Tallahassee, Lowell
Boot Camp and Sumter Boot
Camp. Additionally DOC will
move close-managelmept,l in-
mates out of :Ciarlbtte'Corredc
tional Institution in Punta Gorda
to three other prisons.
For the first time in years,
DOC has a surplus of beds al-
lowing the department to move
inmates to other facilities as they
continue to serve their full
prison terms.
The phase-out plan will begin
immediately with a target com-
pletion date of June 30.


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are currently accepting
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National Society Daughters of
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which will award $1,000 for
the fall semester.
Application packets must be
submitted by Thursday, 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. 21,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
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4B Telegraph, Times sT Monitor B Section Thursday, March 17, 2011



Letters to the Editor


A letter from

Janet Adkins
Dear Editor:
The first week of the 113th
legislative session was a busy
one, filled with ceremony,
committee meetings and floor
debate. On Monday, the Repub-
lican Conference made up of all
House Republican members
elected Representative Will
Weatherford to serve as speaker
during 2013-2014 legislative
sessions. Speaker designate
Weatherford gave an inspiring
speech that set out his principles
and defined the promise of Flor-
ida. I was particularly moved by
his emphasis to "not look to the
next election, but to the next
generation." Speaker designate
Weatherford is perhaps one of
the most honest and genuine
people I have met and he has a
great grasp of the policy details.
He will be a strong leader for
Florida.
On Tuesday, the ceremonial
opening of session. began at
10:30 a.m. The chamber was-
filled with flowers on each
member's desk. It was a special
'day for me because my family,
including my parents, was in
town to share in the occasion. It
was terrific to have Mary
Downey and Charlene Bratton
from the Federated Republican
Women Network visit us and
share the Florida Sunshine Cake
from Old South Yankee. Clay
County Commissioner Doug
:Conkey came by to talk about
transportation disadvantaged. I
ran into constituents from Baker
County on my way to House
Chambers and we had just
enough time for a picture in the
hallway. After the opening ses-
sion; I was off to a PreK-12 ap-
propriations committee meeting
while my family joined the First
Lady of Florida for tea at the
governor's mansion.
Tuesday afternoon I attended
the Tea Party Caucus at the Old
Capitol. I was pleasantly sur-
prised to see about 200 citizens
from across the state engaging in
their state government. It re-
minded me of the adage "you
are relevant when you choQse to
be." '
Governor Scott gave his State
of the State Address Monday
evening to the Senate and House
members. Lieutenant Governor
Jennifer Carroll, Commissioner
of Agriculture Adam Putnam,
Chief Financial Officer Jeff
Atwater and members of the
Supreme Court were all in at-
tendance. Gov Scott has a bold
set of budget recommendations
now before the legislature which
can be viewed at
www.letsgettowork.state.fl.us.
Wednesday started at 8 a.m.
with the Justice Appropriations
subcommittee. My top bill prior-
ity House Bill 39 banning syn-
thetic marijuana, known as K2
or Spice, was on the agenda.
The committee passed the. bill
with no amendments. Now we
have one remaining committee
reference before it can be heard
on the House floor. The Senate
companion bill will be heard
next Monday in its second
committee. This bill idea was
presented to me by Susan
Woodford here with the local
NACDAC.
It was great to have my o\wn
pastor from Blackrock Baptist
Church, the Re\v, Michael
Bo\wen, serve as "minister of the
day." He. offered the opening
prayer for the House reminding
us that we will all be held ac-
countable before God, before
spending the day at the Capitol
with his family. Each member is
allowed to invite pastors to
come and serve in this special
role. I am interested in having
more local pastors come and
pray at our State Capitol. If you
have someone who would like to
come. please 'contact my office.
The day was filled with several
meetings. beginning \with Chair
Bill Proctor and education
committee staff., Deputy Secre-
tary of the Department of Health
Kim Berfield, representatives
from Gateway Community Serv-
ices in Jacks nville, representa-
tives from the Florida School for


the Deaf and Blind in St.
Augustine, a member of the
Baker County Tea Party and
.staff from the Department of
Education. The highlight of
Wednesday afternoon, though,
was to see Chip Townsend,
Vicki Beaudry and Tony Brauda


from Nassau County. After at-
tending a behavioral health re-
ception on the 22nd floor of the
Capitol and a Republican Con-
ference meeting, I was back at
my office to study the teacher
quality bill. I finally left the
Capitol around 10 p.m.
I expected Thursday to be es-
pecially challenging, starting
with the Education Committee
at 8 a.m. We debated House Bill
7019 dealing with teacher qual-
ity. One amendment was
adopted to specify that teachers
may be compensated for ad-
vanced degrees if the degree is
in that teacher's area of certifica-
tion. I was surprised that only
about a dozen people were pre-
sent to offer public testimony on
the bill. It was pretty evenly split
between those speaking in favor
and those opposed. After. four
hours of questions, debate and
public testimony, the bill was
reported favorably out of the
.committee.
Thursday afternoon included
time on the House floor debating
HB 7005 dealing with unem-
ployment compensation. This
bill provides tax relief to busi-
nesses, adjusts unemployment
compensation benefits to better
reflect the reality of the state's
changing economy, clarifies
workplace expectations and ad-
dresses inefficiencies in the ap-
peals process.
The bill allows the number of
available benefit weeks to re-
flect more accurately a claim-
ant's available job choices by
tying that number to the unem-
ployment rate. If the unemploy-
ment rate is nine percent or
higher, there is a' maximum of
20 benefit weeks. If the unem-
ployment rate is at or below five
percent, there are 12 weeks of
benefits. Each half percent in-
crement above five percent adds
an additional week of benefits.
Florida's unemployment rate
for January was 11.9 percent,
slightly down from 12 percent in
December. This is good news,
but we have'a long way to go. I
believe economic growth and a
friendly business climate are the
keys to creating jobs and reduc-
ing unemployment. This bill
*helps -to"alTiate he burden on
business -oners, Whio- are di-
rectly responsible for providing
employment in the state. HB
7005 passed with 81 in favor
and 38 in opposition.
Thursday afternoon brought a
visit with Michelle Kling and
Andrew Curtain of the Nassau
County Tea Party. It is great to
be able to spend time with con-
stituents and hear their thoughts
and opinions.
. The week wrapped up on Fri-
day with the Select Committee
on Government Reorganization.
We heard four presentations on
economic development efforts
within the state and a presenta-
tion regarding the realignment
recommendations of the De-
partment of Health. There were
seven recommendations, includ-
ing that the Legislature discon-
tinue allocation of the state's
general revenue to fund the
provision of primary care/adult
and primary care/child health
care services. The 'proposal
provides that continued
provision of primary health care
services, treatment, programs
and activities by a county health
department would be in
collaboration with the county
and local community public
health partners. Being assigned
to three education committees, I
committees, I have received
quite a few emails about educa-
tion issues-relating both to the
teacher quality bill and educa-
tion funding. As your public
servant, I think it is'important to
listen to your thoughts and con-
cerns regarding policy and
budget issues.
On Saturday, March 19. from
10 a.m. to 12 noon. I will be
holding an education town hall
meeting at the Red Bean Tech-
nical Career Center at Florida
State College in Yulee. w\\ill
present information on the
teacher quality bill and the cur-
rent budget situation. I hope that
all of those interested in these
topics \vilil make plans to attend


so that I can hear your thoughts.
Thank you for the honor of
serving you: and as always.
please feel free to email me your
thoughts and ideas at janet.ad-
kins@'mvfloridahousce go\.

Janet Adkins


Thank you for

shed blood
Dear Editor:
Our Jesus did not die in vain.
and He did not spill His blood.
He shed His blood to set us free.
If He would have spilled His
blood, we would still be loSt,
because it is an accident when
you spill something. So He shed
His most precious blood to set
us free.
Our service men and women,
law enforcement officers, fire-
fighters, and everyone that is
working to keep us safe have not
and are not dying in vain and
they are not spilling their blood.
But they are shedding their most
precious blood to keep us free.
God Bless America
Proud mother of a law en-
forcement officer and proud
grandmother of a soldier in the
U.S. Army and Navy veteran,
Pearlie Rhoden
Starke

Trail Ridge

Festival was a

success
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the Lawtey Trail
Ridge Festival Organization, I
would like to take this opportu-
nity to thank the many sponsors,
our vendors, the volunteers,
Tatum Brothers, the Lawtey


Police Department. the Bradford
Count\ Sheriffs Office. Rick\
Thompson. l.a"te\ Communit,
School. the churches and the
entire community\ for the sup-
port given this \er\ \\orth\ ac-
ti\it\ which \\as held during the
first weekend in March.
Several \ears ago. \\e held a
contest at Lawltey Communit\
School and the students chose a
theme for our festival, w which is
"It's All About Fun \\ith Family
and Friends." This is \\hat
we try to promote dur-
ing our festival. Although. this
year has been difficult for
many, we hope that the Trail
Ridge Festival \as enjoyable for
all.
Our goal is to develop a mu-
seum in the old depot building
and have it showcase the rich
history of Law tey. Therefore,
we hope that the Lawtey Trail
Ridge Festival will continue to
grow in order to support these
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61st Bradford fair actually goes back more than 90 years


BY CLIFF SMEIfLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Bradford County Fair is
preparing to kick off what is
billed as its 61" year of exis-
tence, but its history actually
goes back much further than the
length of time the fair has been
chartered through the state.
,No one is sure when the first
Bradford County Fair was, but
'the earliest on record is 1913.
Tihe July 26, 1979, centennial
issue of the Bradford County
Telegraph contained a story
about that fair, which was held
in. Lake Butler when Bradford
and Union counties were one.
T'he fair, which was held in con-
nection with the Corn Club and
Canning Club contests, was re-
ferred to as "the greatest public
gathering ever held in Bradford
County, with exhibits far beyond
expectations."
The Oct. 2, 1913, edition of
the old Bradford County Times
listed several categories at the
fair in which prizes would be
awarded, including best bale of
hay, three best-bred hens, best
peck of home-grown oats, best
average 1-2 dozen stalks of'
cane, best pound.of homemade
butter, smallest child according


HEWES
Continued from Page 28


"At some point, you may
decide to throw in the towel,"
Hewes said, "but I don't think
there's anything else I could
do to be able to have satisfied
customers, enjoy my family
and make a good living."
Hewes, a 1999 Keystone
Heights Jr.-Sr. High School
graduate, had childhood
thoughts of becoming a.teacher
or a doctor, However, she
admitted she also developed a
mentality of working for
herself while growing up with
her f their.
""y dad was always an
entrepreneur," she said. "He
always had multiple streams of
income from different areas."

The Handi-House business
is differed froi6mn 'hen her'
father o6wn e5 tl HFIAe, said. .
That's due to changes in
building-permit requirements,
the way people rely more on
financing and the simple
adaptation to a more .modern
wrrld when it comes to
utIizing the Internet, etc.
That doesn't mean her
father's principles have been
forgotten. Hewes said she can
always hear her father saying
in: the back of her mind,
" watch your dimes or you'll
lose your dollars."


to age (10-13) and largest child
between ages 10 and 14.
It was reported that Sen. J.B.
"Doc" Crews of Lake Butler
was so impressed with the fair,
he circulated a petition to form a
fair association, "with the
agreement that 'the fair' is to be
held in Lake Butler every year,
since it is the most central and
accessible point in the county,
and is surrounded by the very
best agricultural selection of the
state."
The fair wouldn't last as a re-
sult of the split of Bradford
County, with Union County
forming as a result, and the on-
set of World War I, but it was
revived in downtown Starke
with the backing of the local
American Legion. "The Straw-
berry Festival," as it was called,
was held where the' Santa Fe
College Andrews Center parking
lot is today. The fair consisted of
"a few rides and gambling con-
cessions," according to the
Telegraph. Mary Lucille Torode
reigned as the Strawberry
Queen.
A fair/festival was held the
following year, but plans for a
third were put on hold as "a con-
troversy arose in the business


"That's the principle I've
kind of gone by," she said.
Also, Hewes remembers her
father putting in a full day
while accomplishing three life
goals.
"I can remember my dad
getting up at 6 in the morning
and instilling, 'A full day is
doing something good for your
business, something good for
your family and something
good for your body.', You need
to exercise, you need to work
hard and you need to spend
time with your family.
"I'm doing it," Hewes said.
Work keeps her busy, but
Hewes said she finds time to
run approximately four days a
week and keep up with her
children's activitiess Her
children.--Savannah and
Bryson-who are ages 8 and 9,
participate in sports, with
Savannah playing softball and
basketball and Br\son-playing
football anid., sceri. ::..
"It keeps me going," Hewes
said.
Hewes may not have
dreamed of selling sheds when
she was a child, but -her
children have expressed their
desire to do so.
"Actually, if you ask my
children what they want to do
when they grow up, they will
tell you they're going to work
at Handi-House," Hewes said.
"My daughter is very bossy,
and my son is very laid-back.


sector concerning the large
amount of money being taken
out of town by the 'carnival'
attractions brought in for the
event." The American Legion
withdrew its sponsorship.
R.F. Demorest. who was the
event's general manager, pro-
.posed organizing a nonprofit
corporation to assume control of
the fair, but a poll conducted by
the Telegraph indicated the pub-
lic opposed even having a fair.
There was no such event the
following four years.
In 1940, the local American
Legion applied for and received
a charter that gave it the author-
ity to sponsor a Bradford County
Fair Association, which was to
be composed of American Le-
gion members. That first asso-
ciation consisted of RJ. Turner
(president), S.A. Weldon (vice
president), AJ. Thomas (treas-
urer) and N.D. Wainwiight Jr.
(secretary).
Starke's Magnolia Hotel
served as fair headquarters in
1940, with the Telegraph report-
ing "arrangements and staging
of the event are under the direc-
tion of William C. Murray, a

See PAST page 6B


They have established that my
daughter would be the boss,
and my son would be the
worker."
Whether or not Hewes'
children follow in her footsteps
remains to be seen. In a bit of a
twist, though, Hewes' mother
has done so. Hewes said her
mother used to work at Gator
II Farm Supply in Starke, but
the 12-hour days on her feet
got to-be too much of a strain
on her.
"That's how she got into
(Handi-House)," Hewes said.
"I thought, 'What a great
opportunity to get her off her
feet and get her in the office.'
"It's interesting. We are
employee and employer from 9
.to 5, and she still cooks me
dinner on Sundays. We make it
work."
Hewes' mother may be the
only family member who
works at the Starke location,
but it seems as if-manypof the
"efsrtomers are' family' asltvell.
It's an atmosphere Hewes
doesn't witness at her other
business locations.
"I'm not from Bradford
County, but I have to say the
people in Bradford County are
probably the most gratifying of
all my locations," Hewes said.
"They will bring us lunch.
They will bring us baked
goods. They will bring us
vegetables from their gardens.
"In other counties, I don't
see a lot of that."


Strawberry Queen Mary Ann cuts the ribbon to officially open the 21st edition of the
Bradford County Fair. Pictured to her left is Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle
Conner, while on her right are County Agent George Huggins and his wife.


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The Bradford
County Fair al-
ways brings a
variety of food.
RIGHT: Paula
Register is
shown at last
year's fair mak-
ing funnel
cakes for the
Rotary Club.
BELOW RIGHT:
Mary Powell
offers up a
hamburger
plate, courtesy
of the Shands
Auxiliary.


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FA IR. following the Sunburst Beauty
CiAI Pageant, which will be held at
Continued from Page 1B ,- 1 p.m.
Hildebrand Rides Inc. will
again provide the midway fun.
A new 4-H horse show is Such rides as the Himalaya,
scheduled for Saturday, March Rock and Roll, the Drop
19, at 9 a.m. The annual 4-H Tower and the children's Go
youth goat show and little kids Gator roller coaster return, but
exhibition will take place that a few new rides will be
same day at 4 p.m. s. presented this year, including a
:The Bradford-Union double Ferris wheel, the
cattlemen's Association 4-H Orbiter, Alien Abduction
uand FFA steer show will take Gravitron and the children's
place Wednesday, March 23, r $' three-story Spider-Man maze.
a, 6 p.m. The steer and breed The fair's operating hours
iAhowmanship contest is slated --j are 5-11 p.m. Monday-
for Thursday, March 24, at 6 Thursday, March 21-24,. 5
p.m., followed by the beef p.m.-midnight on Friday,
reedd show at 6:30 p.m. t' March 18, and Friday, March
SThe Bradford-Union Swine 25, noon-midnight on
Association 4-H and FFA Saturday, March 19, and
,wine awards will be held on Saturday, March 26, and 1-11
-'riday, March 25, 6 p.m., Bradford County's 4-H p.m. on Sunday, March 20,
followed by the swine auction. program will host its annual and Sunday March 27.
.The breed and steer awards strawberry pie contest and
kvill be held on Saturday, auction at 12:15 p.m. on For more information on this
March 26, at 4 p.m., with the March 26. Its annual fashion year's fair, please call the fair
Auction to follow, show will take place at 2 p.m., office at 904-964-5252.


Show off your green thumb and


ag skills at Bradford County Fair
Do you have any categories are subdivided into cactuses, flowering and non-
house plants or outdoor potted adult, youth and special needs flowering houseplants,
plants' that survived this groupings. Plant entries will begonias, herbs, roses, ferns,
ivinter's wicked temperatures? compete within Nlike categories, hanging plants, succulents,
Perhaps you grew some This contest gives bulbs and all agricultural
aricultural plants such as homeowners a chance to show plants. Please call the Bradford
teens, onions, lettuce or off their green thumbs and County extension office at
strawberries. Maybe you make professionals such as 904-966-6299 for more
your own honey or cane syrUiP, 'laiidscapers, lawn and pest information.
or have chicken, quail or duck control operators, nurserymen Some tips for winning a blue
eggs you would like to show and farmers the opportunity to ribbon at the fair: Plants must
off. get name recognition for their be pest and disease free, and in
:If so, you should enter them business at a public forum, a clean, decorative pot. Plant
into the agriculture ,or Entries will be accepted on should be clean and groomed.
horticulture divisions of the Mopday, March 21,-from 8:30 Remove debris and prune off
Bradford County Fair. Sharing a.mn: until 6 p.m. Entries may dead leaves to assure an
with the public what you raise include (but are not limited to) award-winning appearance
and grow is fun and promotes
horticultural activities in our
county. There are cash prizes DR. MARVIN W. JOHNSON'S
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eLast er we 217 MARCH 28 -APRIL 10
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ou can participate in the Please make.sure that you have
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World War veterann with man\
\ears of experience in this line
of \ ork."
The fair. which \\as to open
Dec. 2. 1940. \\as reported to
have a "mile-long mid\\a\."
Murra \\ as quoted as saying:
"Several ne\\ European no\eltl
riding devices \\ill be used here
that have never been seen before
in this part of the country A
company of 500 people is em-
ployed on this gigantic midva\y.
"There \\ill be high-class.
sensational free acts on the fair-
grounds each afternoon and
night, and special events will be
held each day."
Response to the fair was good.
"Members of the fair associa-
tion are still wondering if the
success with which they met is
really true," the Telegraph re-
ported.
By 1960, American Legion
members felt the fair had out-
grown their ability to handle it.
The charter forming the fair
association was amended so that '
the association could be made
up of members who were not
members of the American Le-
gion. A new association was
formed in 1961, though Turner,
Weldon, Thomas and Wain-
wright still served as members.
; It was on Oct. 25, 1961, that
the fair opened at the site it still
occupies today. The fair associa-
tion voted to raise $25,000
through a bond issue, which was
matched by the state, to build
permanent exhibit buildings.
The 1960s provided quite a
number of interesting acts at the
fair, as was reported in the Tele-
graph. In 1963, the paper touted
"Speedy Babbs and his Globe of
Death," an attraction described
as "one of the greatest thrill acts
in the country today." "Speedy"
was to perform as part of the
"big, free" attraction on the
fair's opening day. He appar-
ently rode inside a big, steel ball
"with complete. loop-the-loops
and a spectacular finale of fire-
works."
The 1967 fair promised' a
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tra-unique aerial g \rations over
90 feet in the air on a revolving
mast." the Telegraph reported.
Another attraction at that
\ear's fair was supposed to be
Mario Rojas. \whom was de-
scribed in the Telegraph as a
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Me\ico Cit\. but Fun Zones
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"Previousl scheduled Mario
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has been cancelled in favor of a
more spectacular act of lions,"
the Telegraph story reported.
Once the fair got under way in
1967, a "major tragedy," as de-
scribed in an April 1 Gainesville
Sun story, was averted when a
helicopter carrying fairgoers
crash landed "away from people
on the fairgrounds."


"Passenger Charles Torode of
Starke received a cut on his
forehead," the Sun store\ re-
ported. "He and the other pas-
sengers. David Harper. 9. and
Adra Brown, were all sshaken
up.'
I his \\as not the first time the
Bradford Count\ Fair appeared
in one of the state's daily\ new\s-
papers. The opening of the fair
in the 1960s and 1970s seemed
to be a regular store\ in the
Gainesville Sun, \while Florida
Times-Union journalist Dennis
Borgman wrote of the record flat
of strawberries during the 1967
fair. The strawberries, entered
by Mrs. L.M. Norman of Heil-
bronn Springs, sold for $220
during the auction.
"Mrs. Norman said the berries
were grown in her husband's 25
acres of strawberries in Law-
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Thursday, March 17, 2011 Telegraph, Times a Monitor B Section 7



Crime & Punishment


Keystone
Auction loses
food proceeds
Ken Mitchell's Ke\ stone
Auction Service pickup truck
\~as robbed of $323 on March
12 between 3:45 and 5 p.m.
The truck was parked at the
Western Steer Steakhouse in
Sturke.
The proceeds from food
concessions at an auction were
held in a clear plastic box with
a cream colored lid. The thief
left cigarette ashes in the truck.
SMitchell would like to hear
oiom anyone with any
information about the incident.
Contact 352-283-6297.

G'ville man
caught with
459 grams
of marijuana
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office Deputy Christopher
Bennett was conducting a
radar check of traffic on U.S.
301 March 15 when he
clocked a vehicle traveling 65
mph in the 55 mph zone.
He conducted a traffic stop
and allegedly detected a strong
odor of marijuana coming
from the vehicle.
He asked the driver, Simon
Lenard Mitchell Jr., 21, of
Gainesville for consent to
search the vehicle. Mitchell
agreed and even instructed
Deputy Bennett to check the
passenger's side of the car.
While deputies Bennett and
Register were searching the
passenger side of the vehicle,
Mitchell suddenly seized a
grocery bag from underneath
the rear passenger seat and ran.
The deputies chased him
down and restrained him.
Deputy Bennett recovered
the grocery bag, which
all4edly contained another-
plastic bag full of a green,,
leafy substance. The substance
was later positively identified
as 459 grams of marijuana. A
total of $455 in cash was also
confiscated.
Mitchell was charged with
possession of more Tian 20
grams of marijuana and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.

2 arrested on
multiple drug
charges
Starke Police Department
Officer Anthony Guirate
conducted a traffic stop March
11 -and reported he
"immediately smelled the odor
of marijuana."
Upon searching the vehicle,
Guiarte allegedly found a
marijuana cigarette and a
Crown Royal bag containing
multiple plastic bags of a
green, leafy substance that was
later positively identified as
marijuana. The Crown Royal
bag also contained plastic bags
of small white rocks that were


later identified as crack
cocaine and one bag of pink
pills that were later identified
as Ecstasy.
The marijuana weighed 104
grams, the cocaine weiged six
grams and there were 10 pills
identified as Ecstasy.
Both the driver and the
passenger in the vehicle were
arrested.
The driver, Antonio Seana
Simpson, 31, of Archer was
charged with possession of
more thaq 20 grams of
marijuana, possession of
marijuana with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine and
possession of Ecstasy
(methamphetamine-type drug).
Bond was set at $50,000 and
he was released on bond
March 12.
The passenger, Chianiti
Wilcox, 36, of Archer was
charged with possession of
more than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$50,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.

Recent arrests
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The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
John Adams, 84, of Melrose
was arrested March 4 by Clay
County Sheriffs Office
(CCSO) deputies for DUI.
Lewis Alexander, 49, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 27
by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy John
Whitehead. Alexander was
allegedly riding his bike in the
wrong lane with no reflectors
on the bicycle at night.
Following a stop, a crack pipe
with cocaine residue was
allegedly found on
Alexander's person. He was
charged with possession of a
controlled substance and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Brenda Anderson, 55, of
Keystone Heights Was arrested
March 5 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for grand theft auto.
Karl Baer, 39, of Melrose
was arrested March 7 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
for writ of attachment. He may
purge the charge by paying the
cost of the writ.
Edward Russell Bent, 36, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 12 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for driving while
license is' suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$3,000 and he was released on
bond March 13.
Bryan Black, 24, of Melrose
was arrested March 3 by
CCSO deputies for grand theft
firearm. A second charge of
grand theft was added on
March 4.
Latonya Nathalee Brown,
35, of Starke was arrested


March 13 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
S1.000 and she was released
on bond March 14.
Walter Thomas Canterbury,
47, of Starke was arrested
March 8 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
S 1,000 and he was released on
bond March 9.
Jennifer Michele Connell,
29, of Sanderson was arrested
Feb. 28 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked.
Terrance Denard Davis, 22,
of Starke was arrested March
12 by SPD officers for
aggravated battery on a
pregnant victim. Bond was set
at $10,000 and he was released
on bond March 13.
Leeshell Nicole Demps, 38,
of Starke was arrested March
13 by SPD officers for retail
theft. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
March 13.
Norman Douglas, 54, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation.
John Eric Driggers, 51, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
24 by UCSO Deputy David
Shane for possession of crack
cocaine.
Bryan Randall Elixson, 28,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 9 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked.
Justin Nicholas Xavier
Farmer, 28, of Sanderson was
arrested March 12 by SPD
officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$1,500 and he was released on
bond March 13.
Kady Freeman, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 7 by CCSO deputies for
petit theft and grand theft.
Charles Arthur Futch, 26, of
Brooker was arrested ..March
14 by BCSO' deputies for
larceny. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
William Russell Gatlin, 47,
of Lawtey was arrested March
13 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
He was released on March 13.
Jimmy Goodwin, 18, of
Melrose was arrested March
11 .by CCSO deputies for
vandalism.
Charlie Willis Griner, 19, of
Brooker was arrested March
14 by BCSO deputies for
aggravated assault. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond March 14.
Justin Dale Herndon, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested March 12
.by BCSO deputies for reckless'
driving and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$7,500 and he was released on
bond March 12.


Richard Hetz. 47. of
Ke\ stone Heights x\as arrested
March 10 by CCSO deputies
for battery'.
Ashley Kay Holochwost. 19.
of Starke was arrested March
10 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was being hetd on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Sean Robert Houston, 23. of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
28 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
being held on no bond.
Chester Jerome Jefferson,
39, of Jacksonville was
arrested March 9 by BCSO
deputies for two counts of
violation of probation for
original felony charges. Bond
was set at $20,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Michael Troy Johnson, 28,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 12 by BCSO
deputies for larceny. He was
released on March 13.
Charles Jones, 34, of Starke
was arrested March I by
CCSO deputies for two counts
of retail theft.
Rodney Eric Keen, 39, of
Hawthorne was arrested Feb.
23 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
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unoccupied structure, larceny
and criminal mischief with
property damage. Bond was
-set at $4,000.
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Crime & Punishment


I Obituaries


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Juanita Osgood. 37, -of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March II by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for violation of
probation.
lIatasha C. Neal. 21, of
Gainesville was arrested
March 12 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
larceny. Bond was set at S500
and she was released on bond
.March 12.
Walter Gage Leukel, 20, of
Starke was arrested March 8
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $16,000 and he was
released on March 8.

Deanna Jo Perry, 27, of
SHampton was arrested March
11 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a Clay
County warrant for violation of
probation. She was released to
Clay County on March 11.
James Cleveland Perry, 47,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 19 by UCSO Deputy John
Riggs for trespassing. Perry
was found at the S&S in
Worthington Springs after he
had been warned to stay away
from the premises.
Christopher Powers, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 2 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for two counts of
.violation of probation for
original felony charges.
Blythe Nicole Prose, 20, of
'Lake Butler was arrested Feb.
26 by UCSO Deputy.Charles
Townsend for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked.
4tavious M. Pullen, 25, a
Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged Feb. 23
'bY UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
with lewd and lascivious
exhibition in the presence of a
DOC employee. Pullen was
turned back over to DOC
following his first appearance
in Union County court.

Dominic Jackson Salamone,
34, of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 8 and booked
into the Bradford County Jail
on an out-of-county warrant,
Bond was set at $2,004 and he
was released on bond March 8.
Joseph Sharp, 22, of
SKeystone Heights was arrested
March 10 by CCSO deputies
on warrant for petit theft and
Sputtering a forged instrument.
':Ashley T. Sheppard, 23, of
,Starke was arrested March 12
by LPD officers for larceny.
Bond was set at $500 and she
--was released on bond March
S12.
Phillip Paul Suykerbuyk, 26,


of Jacksonville was arrested
March 9 by BCSO deputies for
smuggling a controlled
substance into a- prison,
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
S16,000 and he was released
on bond March 10.
Bruce Teschendorf, 53, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for violation of an
injunction for protection and
two counts of repeated
unauthorized contact with the
person who filed the
injunction.
Robert Earl Terrell, 41, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb.
23 on a warrant for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony offense. Bond was set at
$4,000.
Randall Phillip Thomas, 53,
of Lawtey was arrested March
10 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on a Clay
County warrant for violation of
an injunction for protection.
Bond was set at $50,002 and
he was released to Clay
County on March 11.
Joseph Thornton, 42, of
Starke was arrested March 14
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court.
Amy Washington, 35, of
Melrose was arrested March 3
by CCSO deputies for grand
theft.
Carolyn Lynn Williams, 50,
of Starke was arrested March
14 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court. Bond
was set at $10,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Felicia Williams, 33, of
Starke was arrested March 11
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant fqr violation of
probation.

Joshua Williams, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 14 by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for contempt of
court-failing to file a vehicle
registration.
John Richard Woodard, 41,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Feb. 27 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead "for disorderly
intoxication.
Curtis E. Wright, 38, a
Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged Feb. 23
by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on
a warrant for sexual assault.
He was returned to DOC
following his first appearance.
Michael Zachary Wright, 24,
of Graham was arrested March
10 by BCSO deputies for
driving while licefise is
suspended or revoked-habitual.
Bond was set at $2,500 and he
was released on bond March
II.


Monica Cain
Monica Gladisell Ca.in. 49. :
Sunday. March 13. 20 11. in her
home surrounded b\ her loved
ones. She \\as born Jul 28. 1961.
in Orange Park. heree she spent
most of her life. She attended
Forrest High School and
graduated in 1979. She pioneered
and co-owsned a successifu
telecommunications company.
Cain and Cain. Later, she %%as able
to fulfill a lifelong dream of
owning her o\% n boutique.
Finally, she mosed to the
Williston area and enjoy ed
working with the family livestock
business. She \ as passionate
about life. such as reading.
photography, traveling. giving
thoughtful gifts, planning parties
and lending a helping hand.
However, she did admit her time
riding the horses and working the
cattle were probably some of her
happiest memories.
She was a believer of the
Pentecostal faith and de oted her
life to helping and serving others.
She felt the greatest gift God gave
her was her daughter. Jessica. and
she cherished their times together.
Monica believed raising her
daughter was her greatest
accomplishment in life.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Jessica Cain Grimes
Russell; her granddaughter.
Serenity Faye Grimes; her parents,
Mildred and George Adams: her
stepmother, Billie Glad\vell; her
siblings, Mary, Jimmy, Sally and
Quincy; and several nieces,
nephews, cousins, aunts and
uncles. Shevwas preceded in death
by her father, J.L. Gladswell Jr.
The Williston visitation will be
Thursday, March 17, at Knauff
Funeral Home, from 6-8 p.m. The
funeral service will be Friday
March 18, at II a.m. at Faith
Temple Assembly of God Church
in Jacksonville, with a visitation
one hour prior at 10 a.m. The
burial will be at 3:30 p.m. at
Orange Hill Cemetery in
Williston. Arrangements are under
the care of Knauff Funeral Home
of Williston.
PAID OBITUARY

Charles Evans
STARKE-Charles Ray Evans,
60, of Starke, died Monday,
March 14, 2011, at his residence.
Mr. Evans was born on Oct. 23,


95I. in Savannah. Ga. and \\as a
!,,:iime area resident. He was a
mn-'.. r of Bible Baptist Church
and the Sportsman Club of
Kc\ tone Heights. He retired trom
Cla. Electric as an equipment
operator.
He \\ia preceded in death b%
hir father. O.D. E\ans. He is
tsur ,ed b\: his \wife of 38 years.
Marion Darlene Hall Evans of
Starke: sons. Darren Ra\ (Sheila)
E% an, and Charles Christopher
lTania E\ans. both of Starke: his
mother. Pauline Mlosle, Griffis of
Starke: brothers. Earl Sanford of
Ke\stone Heights. John Sanford.
Donnie E\ans. Dann\ Griffis and
Robert Griffis, all of Starke: and
fi e grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
at the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke, 620 E. Nona
Street, on Friday. March 18. from
6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be
on Saturday. March 19, at 11 a.m.
in Hope Baptist Church with the
Re\. Roger Worten officiating.
Interment will follow in Hope
Cemetery. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke. On-line
condolences may be left at
w\\ \.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Gladys Philman
BELL-Gladys Lois Hines
Philman, 81, of Bell, died
Thursday, March 10, 2011, at
Suiwannee Valley Haven Hospice
of Lake City after an extended
illness. Mrs. Philman was born in
Newberry and lived most of her
life in or near Bell. She was a
retired mail carrier for the United
States Postal Service.
She was a member of Mt. Nebo
Baptist Church near Bell. She was
the daughter of the late Marlin and
Della Langford Hines. She was
also preceded in death by: her
husband, Thomas "T.G." Gilbert
Philman; three sisters, Van
Tomlinson, Jeanette Bigelow and
Charlotte Lewis; and two brothers,
Jay "J.R." Hines and Carl Hines.
Mrs. Philman is survived by:
her daughter, Glenda Philman
Shadd of Lake Butler; her sisters,
Barbara Bielling of Alachua,
Lucille Rose of Gainesville, and
Leona Deese of.Ft. White; a
brother, Howard Hines of High
Springs; three grandsons and five
great grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services were
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held on March 12 at Mt. Pleasant
Baptist Church Cemetery near
High Springs with Scott Fisher
officiating. Burial followed.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of
arrangements. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests donations be
made to: The Shriners Children's
Hospital, 12502 North Pine Drive.
Tampa. FL 33612. or Suwannee
Valley Haven Hospice. 6037 West
U.S. 90. Lake Cit., FL 32055.

Alma Poynter
STARKE-Alma Barber
Pointer, 96, of Starke, passed
away Thursday, March 10. 2011,
in Shands at Starke following a
long illness. Mrs. Poynter was
born on Sept. 30, 1914, in Neoga,
Fla., in Flagler County, to the late
Benjamin Robert and Martha
Rowell Barber and was a
homemaker. She was a member of
Lakeshore Methodist Church in
Jacksonville and several civic
organizations. She was preceded
in death by: her husband of 52
years, Harry S. Poynter.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Sandra M. Poynter
.(Elzie S.) Sanders of Starke;
.grandchildren, B. Eric (Stephanie)
* Sanders of DeBary and M. Paul
Sanders of Starke; great-
grandsons, Austin and Hunter
Sanders of DeBary; and several
nieces and nephews. The family


%\ill receive friends in the Des itt
C. Jones Chapel on Thursdas.
March 17. from 10-11 a.m.-swith
funeral services beginning at 11
a.m. Interment \\ill follow at 2
p.m. in Greenla\\n Cemeter\ in
Jacksonmille with the Re\. Dennis
O'Neill officiating. In lieu of
flowers, contributions ma\ be
made to: Alzheimer's Foundation
of America, 322 8"' AS e., 7' floor,
Ne\s York, NY 10001.
Arraneements arc under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starkc. On-line condolences
ma\ be left at
sws\w.joncsgallagherft .com.
PAID OBITUARY

Richard Starling
STARKE-Richard Starling. 66.
died on Monday, March 14, 2011.
at Haven Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville. He was a retired
heavy equipment operator and
truck dri\ er. Mr. Starling %was born
on Sept. 27, 1944, in Graham. and
had resided in that area most of his
life.
He is survived by: his wife of
26 years, Micele "Micky" A.
Starling of Starke; three daughters.
a son, a stepdaughter, a stepson, a
brother, two sisters, and several
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren. He was preceded in
death by his parents and four
brothers. Arrangements are under
the care of J. Hadley Funeral
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Bradford's
Jamison earns
2nd place at
Bolles meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford's Isaiah Jamison
finished as runner-up in the
100m and helped the 4xl00m
relay team to a third-place
finish at the Bolles Bulldog
Classic, which was held March
18.
"Jamison ran the 100m in
11.12 seconds. The 4x100m
team finished its race in 43.38
seconds. Jamison was joined
on the relay team by Diontre
Jonas, Cody Hill and Phillip


James.
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Bradford athlete to earn a top-
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two. He \\as fifth in the 100m
with a time of 11.41 and fifth
in the long jump with a
distance of 20'3".
Jonas just missed out on a
top-10 finish, placing 11'" in
the 200m with a time of 23.33.
The boys' 4x400m team
placed 11'" as well with a time
of 3:43.06. The team was
composed of Devontre
Edmonds, Austin Whitehead,
Kenny Dinkins and DaQuan
Blount.
Edmonds and Whitehead
teamed up with Andy Merrill
and John Wesley Gillenwaters
to place 12th in the 4x800m
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with a time of 54.86.
Also competing for the
Bradford boys' team were Hill
in the long jump (18'4"),
Blount in the triple jump
(34'9") and 400m (56.09). and
James Shannon in the discus
(112'Il") and shot put
(35'10").
On the girls' side,
Bradford's Luciera Hamm
competed in the 100m (1459)
and 200m (30.44).
Victoria Hill also competed
in the 200m, finishing with a
time of 32.22.

Tornadoes win
6th straight in
baseball
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Devin Paulk drove two of
the four runs the Bradford
baseball team scored in the top
of the fifth to help the
Tornadoes defeat District 4-3A
opponent Bishop Snyder 6-4
on March 14 in Jacksonville.
It was the sixth straight win
for the Tornadoes, who
improved to 3-1 in the district
standings and to 7-4 overall.
Bradford led 2-1 going into
the fifth. Dylan Bradley, who
finished 2-for-3, led things off
with a single and moved to
second on Brandon Thomas'
sacrifice bunt. Bradley scored
on Ryan McKeown's single
into left-center field.
A single by Tyler Yowell
put runners at the corners with
one out. Kendall Norman
ripped a double into left field
to score both runners and put
the Tornadoes up 4-0. Then,
after Dylan Manning reached
on a walk, Paulk hit a single to
push another two runs across.
Bishop Snyder loaded the
bases with one out in the
bottom half of the fifth, but
scored just one off of pitcher
Yowell. Yowell did give up a
walk, which forced a run
home, but also struck out two
batters to get out of the inning
with Bradford ahead 6-2.
The Cardinals loaded the
bases again in the sixth off of a
single and two walks.
Manning, Bradford's catcher,
fired a ball to third baseman
Norman to pick Bishop


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Snydcr's Jordan Spencer off of
third and record the second out
of the inning. An error on
Brian Poag's single, though.
allowed the Cardinals to score
two runs, but Yo\\ell had a
strikeout to end the inning.
Yowell (3-1) finished with
II strikeouts. He gave up six
hits and five walks.
Bradley, McKeown and
Paulk combined to have six of
Bradford's eight hits. Paulk
and McKeown were 2-for-3
and 2-for-4, respectively.
The Tornadoes never trailed.
scoring two runs in the first to
start things off. McKeo\\n led
off the inning with a single and
was moved to second on
Yowell's sacrifice bunt.
Norman hit a ground ball to
third, hut was safe on a
throwing error. Paulk hit a ball
back to picther Will O'Leary,
but another error on a throw to
first allowed two runs to score.
Bishop Snyder had runners
on the corners with one out in
the bottom of the first. Willie
Taylor, who was on first, was
caught in a rundown while
Taylor Countryman was
batting, but a dropped ball on
the tag attempt allowed
Countryman to reach second
safely while Brian Poag scored
from third.
The inning ended when
Countryman struck out looking
against Yowell.
Bradford will host district
opponent Baker County this
Friday, March 18, at 7 p.m.

,Earlier result:

BHS 1 Baldwin 0
McKeowvn struck out 14 in
Bradford's I-0 district wxin
over visiting Baldwin on
March 10.
Both teams combined for
only five hits, with McKeown
(2-2) allowing two to Baldwin.
Norman, Paulk and Thomas
each had a hit, with Paulk's hit,
a double. "

Bradford
baseball team
takes 4-1 win
over Keystone
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kendall Norman hit a three-
run homer in the first inning,
while pitcher Tyler Yowell
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team's 4-1 \\in o\er Ke\ stone
Heights on March 8 in
Ke\ stone.
'[he Tornadoes a\ enged an
earlier loss to Ke\.stone. but
this game did not count to\\ ard
the District 4-3A standings.
A \\alk and an error
preceded Norman's homer.
\which ga\e Bradford a 3-0
lead. DI\lan Manning dro\e in
a run in the third to cap the
Tornadoes' scoring.
Manning finished 2-for-3 at
the plate. while Yo\\ell \\as 2-
for-4. Jackson Eaves \\as I-
for-2.
Yo\\ell ga\c tip onl\ t\wo
\alks in the complete-game
performance.
Ke\ stone starter Chase
Julius ga\e up t\\o earned runs
in five innings off of three hits
and one walk. He struck out
five.

Indians improve
to 2-0 in district
with 7-4 win
over Tigers
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional Newc /Sports Editor
Colton Griffis drove in two
runs in a five-run fourth inning
for the Keystone Heights
baseball team, \vhich defeated
visiting Union County 7-4 on
March I I to improve to 2-0 in
District 4-3A.
The Indians (6-3) trailed 1-0
before the big inning, which
got started with a couple of
walks and a double by
Brantley I.ott. Ryan ILatner,
who was 2-for-4, had a key hit
in the inning as well.
Robbie Davis \\as I for-1
for Keystone \\ith a double
and an R13I.
Jeff Stadnicki pitched six-
and-one third innings, giving
up four hits, three walks and
three earned runs to get the
win.,Hc struck out eight.
Holden Huggins earned the
save.
Keystone, which attempted
to improve to 3-0 in the district
with a game against Crescent
City this past Tuesday, will
travel to play district opponent
Bald\\in on Thursday, March
17, at 7 p.m. The Indians host
Buchholz on Monday, March
21, at 7 p.m. before hosting
district opponent West Nassau
on Tuesday, March 22, at 5
p.m.
Ilnion (4-6, 0-2 in District 4)
played Santa Fe this past
Tucsda, and will host district


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Thursd(!:.,. March 17, at 6 p.m.
On Friday, March 18, the
Singers will host Columbia at 7
p.m. They then host district
opponent Bishop Snyder on
Tuesday, March 22, at 7 p.m.

KHHS baseball
fundraising golf
tournament is
this Saturday
The Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr.
High School baseball program
will hold its annual golf
tournament on Saturday
March 19, at 8:30 a.m. at the
Keystone Golf and Country
Club.
The tournament, -which is
the major fundraiser for the
school's baseball program, \wi!l
award prizes for first, second
and third place, closest to the
pin, longest drive and longest
putt. There will also be door
prizes.
Entry is $50 per person or
$40 per member with cart.
Early registration saves each
person $5.
The format is four-man
captain's choice.
Iunch will be provided, and
snacks and sodas will he
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Applications may be picked
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Bradford High
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Saturday
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8 from BHS,
KHHS, UCHS
-
qualify for

upcoming
sectional meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The first chance for boys'
weightlifters to qualify for the
April 2 sectional state-
qualifying meet occurred with
sub-sectional qualifiers on
March 14, with eight lifters
from Bradford, Keystone
Heights and Union County
making the cut.
Three lifters from Keystone
placed first: John McCormick
(154-pound class), Jordan Hix
(183) and Nick Verschaeve
(199).
: Bradford lifters Chauncey
Goodman (129) and Bryan
Blackshear (139) placed first
as well.
Earning second-place
finishes were Bradford lifter
Phillip James (199), Keystone
Fifter Lane Blanton (119) and
Union lifter Bryan Holmes
(' 69).
,-Another sub-sectional meet
will be held this Friday, March
185 at Keystone Heights High
School.

Bradford

Weightlifters
sweep 2 of 3

meets
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


S'Bradford improved to 5-1 in
'boys' weightlifting by placing
second in a three-team meet on
March 7.
:The Tornadoes placed
second to Fort White, scoring
39 points to Fort White's 40.
Cblumbia placed third with a
score of 31.
Five Bradford lifters won
their classes: Chauncey
GOodman in the 129 class,
Bryan Blackshear in 139,
Isaiah Jamison in 154,
D etrius Martin in 169 and
PhiT p James in 199. Their
totals were: Goodman 370
(180 bench press, 190 clean
and jerk), Blackshear 455
(205, 250), Jamison 450 (250,
200), Martin 500 (250, 250)
and James 555 (290,265).
Brennan Starling and Keithi


Baker placed second in the 154
and 219 classes, respectively.
Starling had a 425 (215, 210)
total, while Baker had a 525
(285, 240) total.
Placing third were Sean
Howard in the 119 class,
Dakota Mathis in 129 and
LaQuan Frazier in 139. Their
totals were: Howard 275 (150,
125), Mathis 360 (205, 155)
and Frazier 355 (165, 190).
The Tornadoes opened the
season with a meet against
Clay and Ponte Vedra on Feb.
23. Bradford defeated both
with a score of 48. Clay had a
score of 46, followed by Ponte
Vedraat 15.
Four lifters won their
classes: Goodman with a 350
(175, 175) total, Blackshear
with a 455 (205, 250) total,
Jamison with a 475 (250, 225)
total and James with a 565
(290,275) total.
Baker, Howard, Martin,
Dustin Swain (119 class),
Dexter Clayton (154), Donelle
Williams (183) and Cameron
Moore (heavyweight) each
placed second, while Trey
Hankerson (heavyweight)
placed third.
On March 1, Bradford
defeated Hamilton County and
Hawthorne. Five lifters placed
first: Goodman with a 345
S(165, 180) total, Blackshear
with a 475 (215, 260) total,
Martin with a 500 (255, 245)
total, Ja'Quez Calloway (183
class) with a 480 (240, 240)
total and Preston Welch (238)
with a 455 (250, 205) total.
Clayton, James, Mathis,
Moore, Wyatt Manning (183)
and Austin Morgan (219) each
placed second, while
Hankerson, Howard, Jamison
and Austin Chipoletti (169)
each placed third.
Bradford finished with a
team score of 52. Hamilton
was second with a score of 40,
followed by Hawthorne with a
score of 12.

Union lifters

defeat Oak Leaf
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Nine weightlifters placed
either first or second in Union
County's win over Oak Leaf
last week.
Two of the Tigers' lifters
remained undefeated on the
season: Colt Bennett-last
year's state runner-up-in the
119 class and Bryan Holmes in
the 169 class,,. Also earning


wins were Thomas Webb in
the 183 class, Jordan Davis in
the 199 class, Dustin Griffis in
the 238 class and Chris Shuler
in the 219 class.
Placing second for Union
were Justin T\son (169). Carl
Alexander (238) and Kevin
Thornton (219).

BHS softball

team defeats

Keystone to

remain perfect
in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Stefanie Jones pitched six
shutout innings, while Ashley
Johnson and Kiki Strong each
had a big hit in an eight-run
sixth for the Bradford softball
team, which remained
undefeated in the District 4-3A
standings by defeating
Keystone Heights 11-4 on
March 11 in Keystone.
The Tornadoes (7-2, 6-0 in
District 3) trailed 4-1 heading
into the top of the sixth.
Lindsey Wiggins was hit by a
pitch to lead off the inning,
while Leanna Norman bunted
into a fielder's choice. A
bobbled ball at second, though,
allowed Wiggins to reach
safely. Amanda Hall loaded
the bases with a single.
A run was forced home
when Shelby Wise was hit by a
pitch. Strong drove in a run
with a bloop single over the
second baseman's head,
pulling Bradford to within 4-3.
Wise tied the game when she
scored from third on a wild
pitch.
Johnson, who finished the
game with four RBI overall,
drove in two runs with a
double, putting the Tornadoes
up 6-4. An error and a single
by Lindsey Wiggins allowed
Bradford to score two more
runs in the inning.
Wise, who was 2-for-3, led
off the top of the seventh with
a single and reached third on
an error. She scored when
Keystone recorded an out, but
committed an error on a throw
to third.
Johnson, who was 3-for-3,
hit a solo home run over the
fence in left-center to make it
an 11-4 game.
.Chelsea Harvin and Cortney
Casas had back-to-back hits
for Keystone to lead off the


bottom of the seventh, but the
Indians were unable to score.
Strong finished the game 2-
for-5 for Bradford, while
MacKenzie Gault was 2-for-3.
Taylor Semione was the
onl\ batter with multiple hits
off of Bradford's Jones, going
2-for-3 with an RBI.
Jones (5-1) gave up one hit
in the first three innings.
Keystone's Kayla Walker hit a
double in the third, but that
occurred with two outs.
Bradford got out of the inning
when Harvin failed to reach
safely on a bunt attempt.
Keystone, which is ranked
131h in this season's inaugural
state poll, broke the scoreless
tie in the fourth. Casas led off
by drawing a walk, which was
followed by Kelsey Waters'
single. Amber Skipper doulbed
to score both runners.
The Indians had runners at
the corners with one out after a
Bradford error. A single, by
Semione scored Skipper, while
a double by Chandler
Singletary allowed courtesy
runner Crystal Munoz to score,
putting Keystone up 4-0.
Jones held Keystone to four
hits the remainder of the game.
Bradford scored its first run
in the fifth. Kayla Tucker led
off the inning with a bunt
single. Tucker stole second
before scoring on a single by
Johnson.
Skipper (5-3) earned the loss
for Keystone.
Bradford played Interlachen
this past Tuesday and will host
.-St. Francis on Thursday,
March 16, at 6 p.m. The
Tornadoes will play in the Bell
Invitational on Friday and
Saturday, March 18-19. They
will play Chiefland at 4:30
p.m. on Friday. They will then
play at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday
if they win or at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday if they lose.

Earlier BHS result:

Ft. White 3 BHS 2
Jones allowed just three hits,
but visiting -Fort White
defeated the T'ornadoes 3-2 on
March 10.
Fort White scored all of its
runs in the top of the fourth,
while Bradford answered with
one in the bottom half of the
inning. The Tornadoes added
another run in the fifth.
Wiggins was 2-for-3 with a
double and an RBI. Strong was
I-for-4 with a double and an
RBI.


Union softball

team handles


Jordane Spitze was 2-for-4.
Pitcher Clara Thornton (5-2)
gave up eight hits and no
walks.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Union County's softball
team scored all the runs it
needed in the first inning as the
Tigers defeated visiting
Crescent City 15-3 in 4.5
innings on March 10.
The Tigers (6-4 prior to
March 15) scored nine runs in
the bottom of the second and
led 11-3 after three innings.
Taylor Andrews, who was 2-
for-2, hit a home run and
finished with four RBI. Emily
Akridge was 3-for-3 with a
triple and three RBI, while
Holly Tucker was 2-for-2 with
two RBI.
Jordyn Driggers drove in
three runs, going 2-for-4, while
Chelsie Hersey was 2-for-3.
Lindsey Hanson was I-for-I.
Tucker earned the win in the
circle, giving up no hits in four
innings. In relief, Ashlyn
Harden gave up one hit.
SUnion, which has won three
. of its past four games, played
Branford this past Tuesday and
will host Bishop Snyder
Thursday, March 10, at 6:30
p.m. in a game that counts
toward the District 4-3A
standings.
The Tigers currently have a
2-3 district record.


Earlier result:

Baldwin 4 UCHS 2
It was a chance to improve
to 3-2 in the district standings,
but the Tigers did not score
until the seventh inning of a 4-
2 loss to visiting Baldwin on
March 8.
Harden and Hersey each had
an RBI for the.Tigers. Harlee
Rimes was 2-for-3, while


from 2 straight

losses, defeat

Eagle's View
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Kayla Walker drove in a run
in the bottom of the sixth
inning that proved to be the
game winner as the Keystone
Heights softball team ended a
two-game slide, defeating
visiting Eagle's View 4-3 on
March 14.
Walker's RBI put the
Indians (10-5 prior to March
16) up 4-1, but Eagle's View
scored two runs in the top of
the seventh.
Keystone had only four hits
in the game, with Walker
going 2-for-3 with two RBI
overall. She. and Chandler
Singletary each hit a double.
Pitcher Kelsey Waters (5-2)
gave up six hits in earning the
win.

Earlier result:

Bishop Snyder 5 KH 3
Visiting Bishop Snyder
stored two runs in the seventh
inning to defeat the Indians 5-3
and hand them their first
District 4-3A loss on March 8.
Keystone, which had won
five straight heading into the
game, scored the game's first
two runs in the second, but
never led again after the
Cardinals tied the score in the
top of the third.
The Indians were held to
four hits, with Singletary and
Walker each going l-for-3
with an RBI.
Pitcher Amber Skipper
allowed nine hits and two
walks, striking out five.


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opportunity. This
institution is an
equal opportunity
provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971


50
For Rent
STARKE, really nice 2 B/R.
new carpet fresh paint,
Move in ready 1-800-
366-3419
REMODELED MOBILE
HOME, 1/BR, on private
land Furnished, includes
TV $350/mo 352-473-
5745
FOR RENT 2BR Apart-
ment downtown Starke,
all utilities included $650
per month Call Joan at
904-964-4303
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required,
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525

per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA, LAKE FRONT,
CH/A, new carpet, screen
porch, safe area, close to
shopping. Lawn care and
maintenance included.
Service animals only,
$550. 352-473-5214.
2BR/2BA HOUSE on Lake
Brooklyn, Keystone. $675
per month, first, last &
sec. deposit. W/D, ref.,
stove, screen porch, car-
port. Call 904-225-4908
or 904-738-0979.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Lake
Geneva area. Call 352-
473-2919.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A witlt all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home. $950/


mo.mfirst, last & security
deposit required. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431
2BR/1BA, CH/A, W/D hook-
up, very quite, very clean,
on the water Lawn main-
tenance included, $485
per month plus deposit
Call 904-364-8301
Renters Wanted 2008.Ja-
cobsen home on one
acre in Middleburg
Landscaped fenced lot
on paved road, LR, Den,
FP, fully equipped kitchen,
close to shopping and
schools. First and last
mo. down. Call 904-589-
9585.
HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR/
2BA with garage, 317
Redgrave St Starke
$800/mo plus deposit.
Not HUD applicable. Cal
904-742-5985.
FRUIT STAND FOR RENT.
Corner of 301 South and
CR 18, Hampton. Call
904-533-2210 or 904-
613-6871.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
LAKE ALTO ESTATES,
2BR/1BA MH, $525/mo.
plus $525 security. Ser-
vice animals only, nice
neighborhood, close to
lake call 317-748-7912.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Ca11'352-
475-6285.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ON
Lake Geneva, 3BR/2BA,
bonus room/possible bed-
room, $850/mo., rent with
option to purchase, owner
financing. 352-371-3837
or 352-562-5111.
STARKE, really nice 2BR/
1BA, new carpet, fresh
paint, Move in ready. 800-
366-3419.


IN RAIFORD 3BRi2BA MH
2 screen porches. CH/A
service animals only no
smoking S500 per month
+ $500 deposit Call 386-
431-1568
SPECIAL 14 WIDE, 2BR/
1BA MH ON ACREAGE
New carpet and paint-
throughout With fenced in
yard, washer/dryer central
air/ gas heat, $650/mo.,
first, last deposit Call
386-523-5091
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME,
walking distance from
Crosby Lake boat ramp,
secluded. $725/mo $725
deposit. Call 904-769-
2261.
LARGE HOUSE for rent in
city of Starke. Front and
back deck. Large yard,
3BR/1 BA, service animals
only $600 a month, $300
deposit. Call 904-769-
3100.
2BR/1.5 BA SWMH. New
carpet, carport, and
screen porch. $600/mo.
First, last, security. Call
352-258-5562.

52
Animals and
Pets
PIT BULL PUPPIES, D ack
& red, all female, 8 weeks
old. 904-769-6674.
53A
Yard Sales
MULTI- FAMILY YARD
SALE. Mar. 18-19 8a.-?.
3065 NW 223rd St Law-
tey, off of CR 125.
YARD SALE MARCH 19,
8A.-NOON 2103 Rai-
ford Rd, Starke. clothes,
household odds & ends,
baby toys and clothes.
4- FAMILY YARD SALE,
Saturday Mar. 19th only,
8a.-4p. 9609 SE CR 221,
Hampton.


DAVE'S LAWN SERVICE
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Flowerbed and don't have tools?
TILLER SERVICE
SAvailable!

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1 or 352-871-5486



Now Accepting

Applications
1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
'- .all for nore info
S "'904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible
ThisInstitution is an Equal Oppo, uniy
J.^ ^ ~ Provider, and Employer. OPPoRu' S


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YARD SALE SATURDAY
8A-NOON 728 Lafayette
Street Starke Baby tems
furniture and more
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
SATURDAY March 19th, 8a-
2p at 280 Berea Avenue,
Keystone Heights.
FRIDAY 3/18 & SATURDAY
3/19, 8a-4p 6055 Indian
Trail, off 315C, 3rd house
on right. Household items,
tools, nicknacks, clothes.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars
$200 & up. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
TWO ETHICAL BOWHUNT-
ERS, seeking hog/turkey
lease. No dogs, guns,
ATV's or mess. Contact,
Irv 608-516-8615 orirv.
xpress@gmail.com.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not Call 352-
771-6191.

57
Por Sale
USED SALAD BAR, Ice
cooled. No repairs need-
ed. $100 OBO. Call Joe
904-759-9047.
VERY NICE SOFA, forrest
green corduroy. Excellent
condition. $200. Call 352-
473-2565.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-


ing 3 raising Housesi
BIdgs Pier Replacement
& alignment We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs Free Es-
timates Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles' Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $150.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822
YARD WORK- MOWING,
$25/UP, raking, debris &
trash clean-up and re-
moval, mulching. Low
rates, licensed & insured.
Local 904-964-8450.
COMPASSIONATE SENIOR
CARE:"Keeping Senior's
Independent" 4-24 hours.,
live-in, sitter's. Alzheimer
cert. Very reasonable.
#232039-352-331-1144.
WILLCARE FOR ELDERLY,
in-home care. Day or
night. Cooking, cleaning
and whatever needed.
$200/per week. Call 352-
215-3149.
Commercial & Residential
Roofing Contractor. New.
roof installations, re-roofs,
and repairs. 30 years
experience. Licensed
and insured. Call 352-
246-4119 (Gainesville) or
904-697-6518 (Jackson-
ville) for a FREE written
quote.
64
Business
Opportunities
SEEKING VENDORS FOR
HOME SHOW. SEPT.
17-18, 2011. Bradford
County FairGrounds. Call
386-344-2957.


"WINTER SPECIAL"
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths

OnlyS659 mth.
2/2 $619 mth. 412 $729 mth.
R.hbidi7rd l Units Available.


WD hook-ups- .Pool
I S.
CopuerRom FtnssCete


Call 904380007


KEYSTONE VILLAGEAPARTMNT
Take a Look cit us Now!


2 3BRA t Aai


Contensent to shopping. restaurant. bo.t ramps.
Keysione Heights public beach. schools. hanks
& medical facilities All units hate addiltonal r.utisde storage
SFull carpeting and ins Il lohnng
Central air conditioning and healing Custom cjbineis
Ample parking One ston onl\ no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping PdIlOs & Porches for outdoor tl ing
(_on iee nt ljundr flacilitie-
418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
,L (Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Come in and see us or cull us at 352 473-3682 J
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNITY
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


Experienced

Diesel/Heavy Duty Mechanics Needed!


The City of Gainesville's General Services
Fleet Management Division and Regional
Transit System are currently looking for
experienced diesel mechanics with
experience on Heavy Duty Trucks and Fleet
Maintenance to fill Fleet Mechanic II
openings.


To apply for these openings
please go to our employment website
www.cityofgainesville.jobs


65
Help Wanted
ER CLERK (Lake Butler,
FI). Must have 1 year ex-
penence related to medi-
cal/hospital settings. This
is a part time every other
weekend position. Hours
would be Saturday & Sun-
day 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.
Must have a high school
diploma or equivalent.
For further information,
please visit our website:
www.lakebutlerhospital.
com 386-496-2323 ext
258, fax 386-496-1611.
Equal employment op-
portunity/drug free work-
place.
LAZENBY EQUIPMENT
is hiring for Small En-
gine Mechanic, typing/
computers skills required.
Apply in person. Drug free
work place.
DATA ENTRY POSITION.
Must have excellent com-
puter skills with extensive
knowledge in Outlook,
Microsoft Word and Excel.
Must be dependable and
able to work a minimum
of 40 hours per week
plus some overtime when
needed. Company offers
health insurance, 401K
and profit sharing. Send
resume to PO Box 230,
Hampton, FL 32044.

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PURCHASING AGENT
part-time Monday-Friday
for City Of Lake Butler.
Minimum 10 years pur-
chasing, bidding, contract
negotiations & leasing
experience. Government
purchasing experience
preferred. Organization
-is key. $12.44 hour. Apply
at city hall during regular
business hours .
LAZENBY EQUIPMENT is
hiring for an experienced
Small Engine Mechanic
and a Parts & Service
Representative. Must
have typing/ computers.
Apply in person, 11863
US 301 Hampton, 904-
964-4238. Drug free work
place.
NEED HOME CARE PER-
SONNEL, live-in, for
female elderly person.
Bilingual a plus. 352-872-
4758.
Correctional Work Release
Asst. Director Correc-
tions Tech:Bridges of
America is hiring for the
above position. Please
visit our website, www.
bridgesofamerica.com,
to complete an applica-
tion and apply now. Fax
407-295-6697.
TOWN OF RAIFORD in
need of a part-time Town
Clerk, with an awareness


Sales Help Wanted

Noegels Auto Sales

We are now taking applications
for a sales person position.
Apply in person
NO PHONE CALLS
No experience required. Must
have valid D.L. Be drug free &
able to pass background check .
Great position for the right
person.
Ask for Marvin
1018 N. Temple Ave

Starke, FL


Adoption
PREGNANT?
CONSIDERING
ADOPTION? A
childless energetic.
spiritual, committed
couple seeks to
adopt. Financially
secure. Healthcare
professionals.
Expenses paid. Gil
& Dave (888)580-
ADOPT (2367). FL
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Business
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Financial
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Help Wanted
17 DRIVERS
NEEDED! Top 5",
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Benefits New
Trucks Ordered!
Need CDL-A & 3
mos recent OTR.
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om

Between High
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College? Over 18?
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level position. Earn
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Misc. Items
For Sale.
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Miscellaneous
ATTEND
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Home. *Medical, *
Business, *
Paralegal, *
Accounting, *
Criminal Justice.
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assistance .
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e.com

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Financial aid if
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Ho u s i n g
available. CALL
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Institute of
Maintenance
(866)314-3769.

Out of Area
Real Estate
ALABAM A
WATERFRONT
GRAND
OPENING-4/2-
only-2 for 1.'
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FLORIDA
GATEWAY '
COLLEGE

Formerly Lake City Community College
ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
SUMMER 2011.

COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS
Master's degree in mathematics or a
Master's degree with 18 graduate
semester hours in mathematics.
Contact-Paula Cifuentes at
paula.cifuentes(faqc.edu

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROL-,
(PLC)
At least five years of full-time, in-field
work experience and expertise in the
installation, maintenance, operation and
troubleshooting of current technology
automated process controls and
associated systems including PLC's,
variable frequency drives, instrumentation
and process control systems, hydraulic'
and pneumatic systems. Experience in
training both factory technicians and
operations personnel. For additional
information contact Bob Deckon at 386-
754-4442 or robert.deckon@fqc.edu

LOGISTICS AND WAREHOUSING
The Banner Center for Global Logistics is
seeking summer and fall adjunct
instructors for the Logistics and
Warehousing online courses. A Master's
degree with at least 18 credits in
Operations Management, Logistics,
Supply Chain or related field is required.
Email resumes to Stephanie Glenn at
stephanie.qlenn@.fqc.edu or call the
Banner Center for Global Logistics at *
386-754-4492 for more information.

NURSING CLINICAL
BSN Required. Master's degree in
nursing preferred. At least two years of
recent clinical experience required.
Contact Mattie Jones at 386-754-4368 oi"
mattie.ionestfaqc.edu

College application and copies of transcripts
required. Allforeign transcripts must be
submitted with,a translation and evaluation.
ApSlication available at www.fec.ed t
FGC is accredited by the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


Welcome!


Faulkner Realty

is pleased to

announce the B-5

addition of

Sales Executive .

Vickie Nobles

to our staff.
N. it


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

(9N 964-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqrnail.corn


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of a variety of clerical
and administrative di-'
ties. Prepares agendas,
records minutes of court
meetings, maintains fis'-
cal records, accounts.
.and prepares reports.
Proficient in computers
to include'Quick books.
Excel and Word. All ap-
plicants mist apply to
Town of Raiford, P.Q. Box
428 Railford, F 32083, no
later than April 4, 201-1
SALES, 120,000, PLUS'
CAR BONUS. Great coril-'
munication skills required.
Professional appearance:
a must. Call 888-858-,
6272.

A.B.A
Tree Service,

Prdperty
Maintenance:
Insured
Affordable
Rates
"No Job Too Small'.
Scott Atteberry
352-275-1836


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Scott Lazenby

Local tractor
dealer earns
trip to Hawaii
Lazenby Equipment of
Starke was recently recognized
as one of the top 80 Cub Cadet
independent retailers in the
United States. As a result,
owner Scott Lazenby and his
family earned a trip to the
Hawaiian island of Maui
earlier this year.
This is the dealership's
second such trip in the four
years it has been a Cub Cadet
dealer. Lazenby said his
business has grown
significantly since taking on
the complete line of Cub Cadet
outdoor power equipment.
Lazenby Equipment is
located on US Hwy 301
several miles south of Starke.

Mz. Ugly contest
at BHS to take
place Thursday
Bradford High School
students will put on a Mz.
Ugly contest this Thursday,
March 17, at 6 p.m. in the
school's auditorium.
Tickets may be purchased
from either a school softball
played or at Sporting Chance.
loceeds will benefit the
BHS softball program.

Pro angler Dean
Jackson to be at
Wal-Mart this
Friday
Starke Wal-Mart and FLW
Outdoors have teamed up to
kick off the fishing season
with professional angler Dean
Jackson set to make an
appearance at the store on
Friday, March 18, from 10
a.m. until noon.
Jackson will answer
questions and provide fishing
tips.
Visitors will have an
opportunity to see some of the
newest-bass fishing boats and
receive information about
boating safety and regulations
from U.S. Coast Guard and
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
representatives throughout the
weekend. There will be
interactive games and
fundraising events to benefit
the March of Dimes.
Information and sign-up
sheets for the University of
Florida's Family Fishing Days
event, which is scheduled for
Saturday, March 19, will also
be available at the store.


Wounded
Warrior fishing
tournament set
for April 2
The Camp Blanding Rod
and Gun Club is organizing a
bass-fishing tournament on
April 2 to benefit the Wounded
Warrior Project.
The tournament, which \\ill
be held at Blue Pond and
Kingsley. Lowry and Magnolia
lakes, is limited to 130 boats,
with fishing from safe light
until 1 p.m. One hundred
percent of the $100 per-boat
fee will be donated to the
Wounded Warrior Project.
A goal of donating $50,000
to the Wounded Warrior
Project has been set.
Aggregate weight and big
fish fees are $25 and $10,
respectively. There 'will be up
to $4,550 in payouts to
participants.
Boaters who are willing to
partner with a "\wounded
warrior" are being sought.
For more tournament
information, please visit the
Web site www.


campblandingmrod-2 unclu h.
com.

Free tobacco-
cessation
classes to be
held at B-U
career center
The Bradford-l:nion Area
Career Technical C'enter. in a
partnership with the Sui\\annce
Ri\er Area Health Educatiton
Center, \%ill offer a Ifree Quit
Smoking Nom\ colur',. '\lici.
\\ill begin Tuesday, April 5.
The course. \hlichi i\ hce
taken b) those 19 \ears of age
and older, lasts si\ \\ccks.


S\ -: ,re held Je er'. I uesJa\
i r .. I l fr, m 5:30
;.n.. Free nic~ii ine

A :_r.;. "hr.c::n : he Florida
-:; Heldth ha,
c rse possible.
I. r er. pe. i 1 k ll free at X66-341-


UF to host
workshop on
hydroponics
She I( F IFAS North Florida
IReearcIi and Education
(cii ter 'v. tannee \alle\ near
I.i'.c ()ak \\ill be holding a
hl. Jr > nics \ workshop on
Sariltrda\ Nlarch 26.


The workshop ii ic.iirc
a ti itics inside re ; .:
shade hou.e and .il .
production area. I he
be co ered include: ii :
gardens. \ertical to r. ,ers.
less bags. troughs. earth br\c
Integrated Pest Ma\n.iac i.
irrigation. fertilization aLd
crop selection.
The workshopp i cs bei:
offered in response to a
tremendous increase in
demand for information on
using h\ droponics in
backward setting. This
workshop is perfect for
homeow\ ners '\ ho w\ ant to learn
more about ho\\ to gro'\ their
ow\n fresh vegetables herbs or
cut flow\ ers w\\ith \ various


i\ droponic s\ stems.
The Sui\annee Valle\
!.:ilit\ i, one of the best in the
ouLheast for teaching
h\jdroponic gro\\ing systems
in an actual operating
rcenhouse setting. Attendees
\ill gain a general know\ ledge
of h droponics and a f'loating-
garden kit to get started.
The cot of the workshop is
S20 per person., \ which co\ ers a
floating-garden kit.
educational materials and
refreshments.
Siin. up b\ calling Jim
l)c\alerio at the Bradford
('tiou\ extension at 904-966-
6299.
Sulbmnitted Iy Jim De\ alerio,
Bradfjd County extension
a( I en.


BUY
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of the bu\ local discount card to
their smart phones. Flashing the
image at a participating business
is the same as pulling out a card
and is eligible for the same dis-
count.
The business list is c\pected
to grow as \\ord spreads to local
businesses within n the 10-count\
north central Florida area.
Leitner's group. Blue Oven
Kitchen, also helps the commu-
nit\ b\ providing cooking and
nutrition classes. Anyone can
visit \\\\'\\.blueo\enkitchens.org
to find out more about the orga-
nization, its classes and events.


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2007 Ford Expedition CERTIFIED. LEATHER .................................................... 995
2 0 10 Fo rd Ed g e CERTIFIED ........................................................................................
2008 Ford F150 4WDSUPERCAB CERTIFIED............ .............................................23 99
2008 Ford Edge LIMITED AWD CERTIFIED......................... ................ 2.... r 95
2010 Chevy Silverado 71 4WD EXCCOND ....................................... ... 29,7I S
2006 Ford F350 DUALLY LOW MILES ........................................... 31 99
2010 Ford F150 CREWCAB 4WD CERTIFIED ................................... ........... 31 995
2010 Ford F150 LARIATCREWCAB CERTIFIED .......................................................... 32 995
2008 Ford F350 DUALLY WD ................... .............................................................. 3 ,995
2010 Ford F250 4WD DIESEL LOADED.....................................................39 985
2011 Ford F250 4WD DIESEL CERTIFIED ................................. .................. .... $ 995


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