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V~e SwYeetest Strawlberries 'I~is Side Of -leaw~n


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St ra wbe rry Fest iva I


bigger rmor e kid frle nd ly


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor .
Next weekend, Main Street Starkb's
annual Strawberry Festival will return
to historic downtown for the 13'h year
in a row and promises to be bigger and
more fun than ever.
The festival, scheduled for Satur-
day and Sunday, April 16 and 17, has
topped itself by attracting even more
vendors to the city, said Main Street
Starke Manager DeAnna Adams.
There are 162 in all. That includes 14
food vendors alone cooking up a vari-
ety of favorite festival fare, including
barbecue, spiral taters, gyros, arepas,
smoothies and much more.
That doesn't even count growers sell-
ing flats of the,"sweetest strawberries
this side of heaven," and the variety of
strawberry-themed goodies that will be
on sale.
And speaking of sale, there will be
plenty of unique and irresistible items
being sold by more than 100 other arts
and crafts vendors. Whether anxious to
buy or just br~owse, downtown Starke


Society representatives said that the
animals had injuries associated with
animal fighting.
"Animal fighting is a criminal under-
ground industry that breeds horrible an-
imal suffering and violence," said Chris
Schindler, manager of animal fighting
~investigations for HSUS. Schindler
commended all the agencies involved
in helping put "an end to the cycle of
violence for these animals."
. Both dog fighting and chicken fight-
ing are felony offenses in Florida, both
of which could carry a penalty of up to
five years in prison and a $5,000 fine.
The dogs and chickens confiscated
have been transferred to a temporary
shelter set up by HSUS. Animal servic-
es officers from both St. Johns County
and Okaloosa County assisted with
handling the animals.
Dog fighting is a felony offense in all
50 states. Chicken fighting is illegal in
all 50 states and is a felony offense in
379 of them.


Report

dogfighting

1-877-TI P-HSUS

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USPS .062-700 Two Sections -- Starke, Florida


the city of Hamp-
ton. On March 31,
J J. Knipp, 27, of
Hampton was ar-
rested in another
reverse sting where
he received and de- I~P *I
slivered methadone.
Charges against II
him also include q----
child neglect and
cruelty. He remains
in jail with bail set Knipp
at $41,000.
"We at the Hampton Police Depart-
ment are thankful 'for the cooperation
between the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office BUSTED unit and the Hamp-
ton HITS unit," said Hampton Marshal
John Hodges.


tor. During
questioning,
Rhea admit-
ted to her in-
volvement in
the drug deal
and showed
the officers
where the
drugs were,
according to
a release from
the Hampton
Police De-
partment.
*After re-
cently being
sentenced on
other drug re-
lated charges
(see felony
dispositions


for March
29), Rhea, 57,
is facing mul-
tiple charges
for : posses-
sion, produc-
tion, distribu-
tion and sale
of illegal sub-
stances, ac-
cording to the
jail Web site.
Bail was set at
$250,000 and
she remained
in jail as of
press time.
The HITS
unit was re-
cently formed
to combat
drugs in


In a- combined
effort, the Highway
Interdiction Traffic
Safety Drug Unit of
the Hampton Police
Department, also
known as HITS, as-
sisted by the BUST-
ED drug unit from
Bradford, Union
and Starke by serv-
ing a search warrant
at S380 S.E. Short Rhea
St. in Hampton.
A reverse sting orchestrated by the
Hampton Police Department drug unit
on April 5 resulted in Dianne McClel-
lan Rhea being c ~arged with trafficking
in Oxycontin after receiving 170 of-the
pills from a confidential source.
Upon arrival of the entry team, Rhea
threw the pills behind the refrigera-



C. R. 18

CraSh results


In Cha fgeS
Both drivers survived a dramatic
accident on Monday morning, but the
teen driver was charged for her role in
causing the crash, according to Lt. Bill
Leeper of the Florida Highway Patrol.
Alyssa Perkins, 17, of Hampton was
traveling east on C.R. 18 in a 1999'two-
door Honda around 8 a.m. on April 4.
The other driver, David Eilan, 55, of
Starke, was traveling west in dump
truck that yvas pulling heavy equipment
on the back of a flatbed trailer.
The crash occurred near S.W. 77*"
Avenue. According to Leeper, Perkins'
car drifted across the centerline and
struck the tires of the trailer. The im-
pact caused the car to overturn and land
in the ditch.
It also caused the truck and trailer
to jackknife. The vehicle left the road,
crashing through a guardrail and fence,
and then striking a tree.
Eilan was unharmed, although Per-
kjins, who was wearing her seatbelt, was
transported t~o a nearby hospital with
minor inuries.
Leeper said the teen was charged
with failing to maintain a single lane.


Commander's Call tonight
VRW Post >1016 Commander Brian
.Wyatt invites local military people in
the alea to a` night of conversation,, re-
inembrances, music and snacks tonight,
Thursday, April 7, at 6 p.m
The post home is located on North
Bay Street in Starke behind New Meth.
od Cleaners on U.S. 301.

--e'-SX3C -

Stearns town
~meeting April 9
Corigressman Cliff Stearns will hold
a town meeting in Starke at the Brad-
ford County school district boardroom,
501 W. Washington Street, on~ Satur-
day, April 9, from 9-10 a.m. This meet-
:ing is open to all.



'Extension offering food
preservation class.
The Bradford County"Extension Ser-
vice will be offering a class on foo
preservation Friday, April' 15, from 9
ajm.-noon at the extension office, locat-
ed at 2266 N. Temple Ave. in Starke.
The program .will emphasize the
proper techniques in canning foods
safely. Materials such as the latest So
Easy To Preserve reference book and
door prizes will be provided. Cost is
$20 per person. Stop by the extension
office to register and pay by Tuesday,
April 12, before 4:30 p.m., or call 904-
966-6224 for more information. Space
is limited, so call today.



PltOB-Sant GEOVO to
meet April 18
The Pleasant Grove Action Group's
next meeting will be on, Monday, April
18, at 7 p.m. in the annex of the Pleas-
ant Grove United Methodist Church.
The Bradford County Democrats will
be special guests at this meeting. Im-
portant information will be provided,
and representatives from every commu-
11ity in Bradford County are encouraged
to attend.




Yard sale benefits
Take Stock program m
Take Stock in C~hildren, a program.
of Commiumties in Schools of Bradford
County, will hold a spring cleaninjj
yard sale on Friday and Saturday, Ap il
29 and 30, from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. T~e
office is located at 707 N. MacMahon
St. in Starke.
-Everything from baby items, toys,
clothes, tools, furniture, books and
household appliances will be available,
with proceeds benefiting Take Stock in
Children .
For more information or to donate
items for the sale, Contact Carol Thom-
as or Nicole Smith at 904-9647776.




FFA BBQ Bash planned
Bradford FFA is planning a BBQ
Bash for April 30 from 6-10 p.m. at
the Bradford County Fairgrounds. The
event will feature music, good food and
raise money for the program through a
cake auction and silent auction,
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at
the door foi ages 11 and up, ages 4-10
enter with $10 advance tickets or $15
at the door. Corporate tables for up to
eight people are available for $150 and
include a private server, dessert and a
goodie bag.
For more information, please call Al-
lison Durrance at 904-966-6787.


Rhea is accused, among other things, of
purchasing 170 Oxycontin pills from a
confidential source.


A Providence man was arrested April
I and changed with obstruction of jus-
tice, but he is suspected of operating a
dog- and chicken-fighting ring and a
multitude of other charges may soon be
filed against him.
Eric S. Cox,44, of Lake Butler is cur-
Srently in the UInion County Jail under a
$200,000 bond for a charge of harass-
ing a victim or informant.
According to Lt. Lyn Williams of the
Union County Sheriff's Office (UCSO),
investigation is continuing and other
charges may soon be filed against
Cox-related to animal cruelty, felony
dog fighting, felony chicken fighting
and drug offenses.
A multi-county, multi-agency task
force worked on .the extensive in-
vestigation that led to Cok's arrest on
April I and valuable information was
received from the dog fighting tip line
operated by the Humane Society of the
United .States (877-TIP-HSUS or 877-
847-4787). Rewards of up to $5,000
are offered for information related to
animal fighting operations. The iden-
tities of people calling the tip line are
protected.
The Humane Society cooperated
with UCSO, BUSTED (a cooperative
investigative unit that includes UCSO,
the Bradford County Sheriff's Office
and Starke Police Department), and the
SWAT team from the Alachua County
Sheriff's Office. The investigation re-

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during the Stmawberry Festival should
have the best selection around lining
historic Call Street.
. The lineup will lead right to Festival
Square at the corner of Call and Soutli
Church streets where the former power
plant property has been turned into a:
community gathering area. There, for
the first time, festival organizers will
have the space to locate all of the kid-
die attractions. The live entertainment
stage will also be set up here, Adams
said, featuring performances by local
favorites, including Glen Snow and the
Snowmen.
Food vendors will line the perimeter
of Festival Square and free train rides
sponsored by FloridaWorks will take
festivalgoers from one end of the festi-
val to the other.
Festival hours are fro~m 9 a.m. to 7
p.m. on Saturdlay, April 16, and from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 17.
There is sto admission charged to at-
tend the festival, and parking is free in:
downtown Starke.


* Fax (9'O4) 964-808


*Phone (904) 964-6305


Thursday, April 7, 2011


New Hampton drug unit makes first busts


|Van affeSted in suspected dog-

and cockfighting operation


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Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication


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2A IBradford County Telegraph Thursday, April: 7, 2011



Cuts lead to layoffs, lost services at Arc Bradford County 4-H receives Friends of NRA Grant


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Like other social programs,
that serve people with disabili-
ties hav~e been cut as the state
has dealt with deepening revenue
shortages, but Bradford Arc's
Sherry Ruszkowski calls the
latest round of unexpected cuts
"horr~endous ."
The cuts have led to five lay-
offs at the center for the disabled
just this week on top of decreases
they've already had to shoulder,
and the cuts further mean that
Arc will no longer be able to
provide services for some of its
clients.
Ruszkowski said word came
from the governor last week that
with just three months left in'the
fiscal year, Bradford Arc would
have to cut its budget by more
than $62,000.
A 15 percent across the board
reduction in reimbursement rates
was issued, built according to
Ruszkowski, for some services
the rate reduction was 30 or 40
percent. They are much deeper
than has been reported, she said,
and there was no service that Arc
and similar agencies provide that
was unaffected.
The first step was forcing es-
tablished agencies like Arc with
more programs and higher costs



The. Arc of
thradford
needs you'
The Arc of Bradford is pre-
senting to you an excellent op-
portun~ity to-
Share your gifis-and talents
Maintain proficiency with an
unused skill
To ac uire new skills
M wayq to live your faith
Realize a sense of accomn-
plishment
*To acquire new skills and ex-



Class of '66
looking for .
members
The Bradford High School
Class of 1966 will hold its 45th
'"enions'ater "telsear. Clay

touch with one of the follOW-
ing classmates to update their
contact information: Bobbie
Sue (Barksdale) O'Brian, bob-
bieobrian@gmail.com or 904-
964-7717; Marilyn (McCrary)
Bradley, marilynjbradleyl~aol.
com; Sandy (Sullivan) Sherrill,:
sherri_k@ bellygouth.net; Joyce
(Crawford) Bosier, wjbosier@
embarqmail.com.


BY DEBBIE NISTLER
S4-H Extension Agent

The Bradford County 4-H pro-
gram received a Friends of NRA
grant to help ilpand the county
4-H shooting sports program and
reach more youth in the county.
The county 4-H program was
only able to reach a limited num-
ber of youth due to equipment
and financial constraints. The
Friends of NRA grant will allow
more youth to participate, devel-
op and increase skills, and even
participate in state and national
level competitions.
The goal of the 4-H shooting
sports program will be to expand
membership, offer summer day
camp program, and provide ad-
Iditional training hours,to- better
prepare youth to compete in' the
state level program and beyond.
The 4-H shooting sports pro-
gram provides youth an opportu-
nity to develop skills in firearm
and range safety, hunting safety,
and firearm proficiency'. The 4-H
program also helps youth devel-
op life skills such as cooperation,
com muni cation ,cri tical thi nki ng,
responsibility, empathy, self-es-


make due with .the same rates
That were being paid to solo pro-
viders. The additional 15 percent
cut was just the latest hit the Arc
and others have been hit with.
She said a freeze was also
placed on clients' cost plans,
so even if their circumstances
change, there will be no more
money allocated to assist them
unless certain emergency criteria
are met.
''In light of these reductions,
we are having to give notice to
some consumers that we will no
longer be able to provider servic-
es for them," Ruszkowski said.
In the midst of the chaos, she
said a lot of decisions have to be
made and it remains to be seen
what the future holds for Brad-
ford Arc.
"We really need to ask our lo-
cal community to reach out to
the legislators and to the gover-
nor and help to make an appeal
that he look at the seriousness of
these rate outs and reconsider,"
she said.
One thing service providers
have been left wondering is why
none of these unexpected cuts
affected state-level positions in-
stead of all being directed at con-
sumer services.
"This is insane. I feel like
-smaller agencies like ours are re-
ally concerned that it's going to



perience. ,
To feel good about yourself.
*Give back what has been
given to you.
Volunteering is a way to main-
main connection to the community
and meet new people. The social
aspect of volunteering is reward-
ing as you find new friends that
appreciate you and value your
skills.
The Arc of Bradford is look-
ing for individuals like yourself
that is loo ~ng for opportunities
to display your talents as you


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collapse our entire infrastructure,
the cuts are so deep," Ruszkows-
ki said."WJe're trying desperately
to make adjustments as the cuts
come, but we have been cutting
year after year after year."
Before the latest cuts, funding
had already been rolled back to
2005 levels, she said. The state's
Medicaid costs may being going
up, but the percentage of Medic-
aid funding going to the Agency
for Persons with Disabilities has
gone dowit, from 6.33 percent
of all Medicaid expenditures in
2007 to 4.91 percent in 2010.
The budget for the state Agen-
cy for Persons with Disabilities
went ~down by nearly $92 mil-
lion in the state's 2011 budget,
according to Ruszkowski's nual-
bers, and what the agency's bud-
get will be in 2012 is yet to ~be
seen. .
Also yet to be seen, she sriid, is
where those consumers no longer
Being served will be able to turn
for help. Haymng talked with other
providers in the area, Ruskowski
is hearing that none are able do
the work required with the fund-
ing being provided.
She said it might not be too
far of a stretch to say that some
of the disabled could end up in
institutions, a Step backward in
how communities care for their
disabled members.



build a strong bond in your com-
munity.
The Arc schedules an event
each month and could really use
your help to assist with fund rais-
ing activities. Any time, skills
and talent you are willing to in-
vest would be appreciated. You
can become involved in many
aspects of the agency as a volun-
teer. Visit wwvw.arcofbradford.
org, e-mail Johnnie Mosley at
johnnie @arc brdford.org, or call
the office at 9(M-961-7699.





of each month from 10 a.m. to
noon. TIhe church is located at
730 Old lawtcy Road in Starkec.
For more information, please call
9(M-964-9396.


..







4-H'er Chad Raulerson competes at the National
shooting sports competition.


teem and teamwork. Youth will
use these skills throughout their
life both at home and within the
community.


If you are interested in learn-
ing how to get involved in 4-H,
please call the extension office at
904-966-6224.


Many FWC-
managed lands
get new dates
for 2011-12

hunting season
The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
passed new rules that modify
hunting season dates on many
FWC-managed areas. These
rules become effective on July I
and apply to the 20 11-12 hunting
season.
For more than a yecar, the P~WC
and its partners and cooperating
agency landow\ners have worked
w\ith stakeholders to develop
changes to season dates for these
public hunting lands. These lands
include wildlife management ar-
cas, wvildlife and environmental
areas and miscellaneous arcas.


Making these adjustments will
align the seasons on these areas
more closely with the newly ad-
opted zonal season dates, which
took effect on private lands last
year.
"With the new changes in dates
to hunting seasons on private
lands, we and our hunting stake-
holders felt that season dates on
several of our management areas
needed to be modified to corre-
spond better with the new zonal
seasons and the timing of deer
breeding," said Diane Eggeman,
director of the FWC's Division
of Hunting and Game Manage-
ment.
The FWC held nine public
meetings across the state and
gathered input and feedback on
the subject through an online
poll. Newv changes take into con-
sideration when decr breed on
each area and other hunter pref-


erences, such as huntilig during
holidays and the desires of other
area users.
"We want to make things as
good as we can for public-land
hunters," said Cory Morea, FWC
biologist and deer-management
program coordinator. "Adjusting
some of these dates to make the
seasons occur closer to peak; deer
acti v ity or duri ng holidays should
increase hunter satisfaction."
"But, at the same time, we
didn't -want to fix something
that wasn't broken," Morea said.
"Hunters have told us that on
some of our areas the seasons
are timed just right, so we didn't
make any changes to those ar-
eas ."
For information on the specif-
ic season date changes made for
each area. go to MyFWrC.com/
Deer.


Church offering
fo od, Flot las *
.Starke Church of God by Faith
is offering free food and clothing
on the fikst and third T~hursday


Proposed legislation SPB 7204 and HB 89 would remove your right to read
public notices in newspapers restricting them to government web sites
only. The public's right to know cannot be abandoned in favor of presumed
cost savings, which ae elusive.

Pubie notices mlust be publicly accessible
53.6%6 of Floridian's over 65 do not have access to the internet*
28.1% of African-Americans in Florida do not have access to the internet*
34.6%6 of Hispanics in Florida do not have access to the internet*
In addition to printed newspapers, Florida's newspapers provide a supplemental
public notice web site, www.floridapublicnotices.com, allowing free and unlimited
searchable access to public notices aggregated from Florida newspapers.
Government posting of government notices on government Wrebsites takes away
third-pariviloutrality
Making government officials responsible for notifying the public on their own
websites carries with it a potential for abuse. For example, it may create the
temptation to change or manipulate the timing of public notices. If a scheduled
public notice is not published or contains false information, the newspaper is more
likely to catch the mistake.

Public liotices must be archived in a secure anti accessible format
The internet does not provide as reliable an archival history of public notices as
newspapers due to its vulnerability in the form of hackers, viruses, and downed
servers.

Governmental wrebsites do not provide legal affidavits and written proof of
publicatlion andi a secure and verifiable Da per trall
State and local governments, attorneys and private citizens rely on this
documentation to ensure that these notices were published timely and lawfully, as
newspapers are required by law to do.


Dr. Bth More


call 904-966-6018


I oiswllicue New Graduation Requirements (SB4)
Student Success/Teacher Quality Bill (SB736)
SBu get Constraints

Decreasing the Drop-Out Rate
Exceptional Student Education ServiceS
Other Issues of Concern

Your input is valuable to the success of our school district!

Meetings will take place at 6:30 pm at the following locations:

April 1 4 Lawtey Community School
aApril 19 RJE Gym
IC Ipi2 Bok Eentr
April 26 Theressa Community Center
April 28 Hampton Elementary
May 3 New River Fire Dept.
May 5 Trinityr Baptist Church
May 10 Bradford County School Board District Office


\IIIHN I.


Plan Now to Attend a Session of

COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS
a with

Bradford Counts School District

Superintendent
Both Moore
and District Staff
Superi~ntedn For more information


.onI


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Several months by a citizens
committee have resulted in sug-
,gested changes to Bradford
t'ounty's Land Development
regulations .
SThe county commission draft-
Bd committee members after
concernedd citizens pointed out an
LDR review had not taken place
yearr and the document didn't
adequatelyy reflect the county or
jts goals.
SOne such change is being made
t'o benefit smaller businesses in
the unincorporated areas. Busi-
nesses expected to generate 200
or fewer trips per day will not be
required to build asphalt parking
'Iots, although businesses that do
generatee that many or more trips
wiill require asphalt parking lots.
Some uses such as racetracks,
festivals, concerts and flea mar-
kets will be able to seek a vari.
ance from those parking require-
ments, however.
.; Many of the changes center on
reducing regulations for rural and
agricultural land. As the LDR
Committee Chairman Tommy
Tatum observed that greater le-
11iency could be allowed in these
gEreas versus urban areas, where
people reside more closely re-
strictions are necessary to protect
Individual rights.
., One change everyone seemed
particularlyy proud of was the
proposal to permit churches and
Other houses of worship as well
as public and private schools as
uses in agricultural and residen-
gial zoning classifications by right
instead of requiring a special ex-
ception. A special exception re-
guires an application, advertise-
ment and a public hearing before
.those uses can be permitted. That
~prc~ess will now be eliminated
for churches and schools.
Property owners in agricultur-
al and rural residential settings
will also be permitted to use will
be allowed to use mobile and
,manufactured homes and similar
structures as accessory uses a6 a
permitted right so long as their
lot is five acres or more in size.
Residents with smaller lots will
need to apply for ai special excep-
tion.
Following the theme of greater
freedom in rural areas, rural resi-
dential and agricultural landown-
ers will also be.allowed to use
semitrailers for storage and in-
stall a separate electric meter fojr
guest houses.
Square footage requirements
for minis warehouses in the less
intense commercial neighbor-
hood and commercial general
categories are being eliminated.
In an effort tt> keep neighbors
friendly and prevent large ponds
from beirig dug on smaller par-
cels, the LDRs will be updated to


prohibit excavations greater than
100 cubic feet on agricultural
and residential parcels that are
one acre or less in size. After a
resident dug such a pond at the
Starke country club, it was real-
ized there were no regulations on
the books to prevent large ponds
on small parcels.
Excavation below the natural
grade on agricultural and residen-
tial properties will be required to
meet setbacks, will not be located
in wetland or other restricted ar-
eas and will not be allowed to al-
ter pre-existing drainage patterns
on site and on adjacent parcels.
This became a legal issue for the
county at the Keystone country
club.
Finally, the county manager
will be authorized to issue tem-
porary use permits for certain
land uses that do not create ex-
cessive incompatibility based on
hardship. This would include, for
example, illness that requires a
family member to relocate and
move a mobile home onto a
relative's property, It would also
cover economic distress, which
has led to some people moving
into travel trailers.
Hardship requests would need
to be made in writing and the
county manager could impose
reasonable time limits and safety
requi rements.
County commissioners were
pleased with all of the sugges-
tions and praised committee
members for the time they took
in undertaking the LDR review.
Committee member, in turn,
complimented staff including the
county manager and zoning di-
rector for their cooperativeness.
Proposed changes will be
drafted and advertised for formal
approval following the required
public hearings.

Board sponsorS
SOVefal ItZOmngS
The county commission spon~
scored several land use and rezon-
ing applications so the assigned
categories ~would reflect the ex-
isting property uses. The first
was the survey office at 18392
U.S. 301 N. belonging to Wayne
and ShirleyDouglarkhtich went
from agriculture to commercial
general .
Another was a two-acre parcel
at 7561 S.R. 100 West belonging
to Jerry Dempsey, which went
from agriculture to commercial
intensive. Finally was the bait
and tackle shop owned by Mi-
chael Wells at 15380 S.W. 75th
Ave., which went from rural resi-
dential to commercial general.
SThe commission had adver-
tased for applications from prop-
erty owners who believed the
zoning of their properties had
been incorrectly changed by the
county during the 1990s.


The SWAT members show off some of the shirts with Bradford County SWAT coordinator Melanie E. Swain and
BMS teacher/SWAT adviser John TInsler. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Aallyah Lee, Honor Raulerson, Nyasia Davis,
Angela Griffis, Keyana Alexander, Kashondra McCallum, Logan Gowens, Kashon McCallum, Raquile Mosley,
Lessly Spates, Charles Lee, Diamond Newman, (back, I-r) Swain, Andre Hampton, Jade Newman, Latajaria Leath,
Amber Hankerson, Charlesetta Lee, Shander Coleman, Grace Frederick, Marcus Owens, Morneca Campbell,
Leterica Hankerson and Tinsler.


Eighth-grade SWAT members are shown with Bradford County SWAT coordinator
Melanie E. Swain. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Logan Gowens, Aaliyah Lee, Amber
Hankerson, Kashondra McCallum, (back, 1-r) Keyana Alexander, Swain, Lessly Spates,
Raquile Mosley Charlesetta Lee and Jade Newman.


Get a jumpstart
On college chem
Experience an exciting two-
week summer camp to prepare
for college chemistry. Santa Fe
College is offering an opportu-
nity to complete balsic laboratory
experiments and re\iew\ basic
concepts of introductory college
chemistry to graduating high
school seniors.
When completed, students
will have the options to take
an exam to earn college credit
for CHMi030 and C`HM I30L
~(this is the chemistry\ used state-
wide flor nursing programs) or
take Santa~ Fe's C`HM2(M5 and
CHM2(M5LSI placement exam.
-'Ihe camp w\ill run f'rom June
13-241, Monday.-Friday. from r
8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the' Perry
Center for Emerging Tecchnolo-
gies in Alitchua. C'all Hikeen
Monck at 3.52-395-5321 cileen-
monck@sfcollecge.edu, o~r call
Ethel Ow\usu at 352-395-5342.
or e-mail ethel .ow\usu~sfcol-
lege .edu.

SFC off r

Science camp
Santa Fe College is inviting
rising ninth graders in Alachua
and Bradford County to apply
for a free, one-w\eek environ-
mental summer camp. Have fun
with hands-on activities in toxi-


cology, earth and water sciences,
DNA science, energy resources
and computer gaming.
The last day of camp features
a field trip to the Dolphin Con-
servation Center at Marineland
in St. Augustine.
T~he camp is from June 20-24,
8:30 a.m.-4I:30 p.m. daily, at the
PeLrr. 'center for Emerging Tech-
nologies in Alachua. Five slots
are available for Bradford stu-
dents, and transportation w\ill be
proviced by the Bradford-lnion
Area (arecrl~echnical Center.
Students must turn in an appli-
cation, Iteacherrc~~relcntomniadto
and transcript to be considered.
C'all Debo~rah T~aube at 352-395-
4165. or e-mail deboraih.taube@
sfcollege.edu

Have you heard
the spelling
bee buzz?
The competition could spell
trouble or glory in the Bradford
County Education Foundation's
third annual Adult Spelling Bee.
The everit is scheduled for
Saturday, May 7, at the National
Guard Armory on Edwards Road.
in Starke. Dinner w'ill be served
at 6 p.m., with the spelling bee to
follow\ at 7 p.m.
The foundation is looking for
teams. Teams of two can register
for $200. Crclzy team names and
costumes are part of the fun, as is


bribing the judges by purchasing
a $50 bribe ticket. Teams also
raise money by bringing along a
cheering section, and everyone
can come out and support their
favorites. Tickets to attend are
$20,and you can contribute more
by sponsoring a letter for an ad-
ditional $20.
Team applications and tick-
ets can be picked up at Julee
Tinsler's office at the Bradford
County School District building,

Family Fun Fest
at GOS~l2rg?
Tlhe Ciold 'Helid Associates
Inc. and the staff of Gold Head
Branch State Park will host the
third annual Family Fun Fest on
Saturday. May 14, from 10 a.m.
to 5 p~m. Bring the family to
Gold Head Branch State Park for
a day filled with excitement.
This annual festival provides
families an opportunity to spend
a day in the park enjoying ac-
tivities that are fun for all ages.
Join park staff for face painting,
bouncy houses, karaoke, ranger
lead programs, and demonstra-
tions by local, state and federal
agencies. You may even have a
chance to soak a park ranger in
the~rlunk tank.
Activities will take place in
the picnic area of the park. All
activity fees are included in daily
park admission of $5 per vehicle.
Food and drinks will be available


for purchase in the festival area.
Call the Ranger Station at 352-
473-4701 for more information.

Tea party group
discusses
current issues
The Lake Area Tea Party and
Fair Tax Patriots will meet Tues-
day, April 12, at 7 p.m. at the
American Legion. Hall, located
at 7441 S.R. 21 in Keystone
Heights .
The meeting wilifeature speak-
ers from the area networks bring-
ing the group up to date on whrit
they are doing in surrounding
communities, including upcom-
ing rallies that the local group
ivill be attending. There will also
be an update on the septic tank
inspection legislation.
All are welcome, and anyone
wishing more information may
call 352-473-3538, e-mail lat-
pp76@gmail.com,or go to wwvw.
lakeareateapartypatriots.info.

Guardians

help kids
Be the person who makes a dif-
ference in a neglected or abused
child's life. Volunteers are e\-
eryday people who advocate foC
the best interest of children in
court. Legal and staff support
provided. For information or go
to www.guardianadlitem .org.


Board games
and book club

at library
Adults are invited to play Book
Bingo at the Bradford County.
Public Library on Monday, April
11, at 6 p.m. and Monday, April
25, at 10 a.m.
The library's adulf book clubs
will meet on Tuesday, April 26,
at 6 p.m. and Thursday., April
28, at noon. The daytime group
is reading "The Great Divorce"
by C.S. Lewis, while the evening


club members are reading their
choice of any classic novel.
For more information, please
call the library at 904-368-391 1.

Need a ride?
Need a ride to school or to
work? If you are receiving any
form of public assistance and
need help with your travel needs,
please call CISTO at 904-9641-
7776 to see if you qualify. There
is no charge for this service.


Changes recommended

after overdue LDR review


SW(AT mem bers
USe teeS tO
make a point
Members of Bradford
SMiddle School's SWAT
(Students Working Against
Tobacco) group recognized
Tobacco-Free Florida week
by designing 88 T-shirts
to put on display for the
student body to see. Each
shirt represented one of
the Florldlans that did not
get dressed in the morning
on a given day due to a
tobacco-related death the
night before. Each shirt
came with a ousted price--
the cause' of death, such as
lung cancer, heart disease
and emphysema.


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4A .. Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, April 7, 2011


Bradford Middle School News
By Bailey Creighton and Dana Carney

Welcome baclef6 ilSdiol students! We hope you've had a great Spring Break, and that
you're all rested up for school and the FCAT. The FCAT reading is on the 11Ith and 12t1,
FCAT math is on the 13th, and FCAT Science is on the 14th (eighth-graders only on
science). Good luck and do your best! But don't forget about the best part, the FCAT
Finale! From 6 to 9 p.m. on the 15th, BMS students, your gym will be full of great
activities! Some of the inflatables include a 24-foot slide, an obstacle course, a bungee run
and a boxing ring! There's a $10 dollar admission, then all the food and fun is free! You
can even get a $2 discount with $20 Canes Cash. So do your best on the test and then
prepare to play hard!
Moving on to sports, we'd like to congratulate all the track members for doing so well at
the Bob Hayes Track Meet! The boys 4x 100 ran their fastest time of the season and led the
state with a 47.43, and that is thanks to Jarvis Desue, Anthony Tyson, Rashad Lane and
Jacob Henderson. The girls and boys 4x400 idid great, too. The Bradford meet at Oakleaf
did awesome, the boys received second out of nine schools and the girls were fourth out of
eight schools. Keep up the good work! Also, don't forget to support the baseball and
softball teams Thursday at 6 p.m. in Lake Butler.
As many of you know, Bradfdrd Middle School has been participating in a Palper
Retriever Recycling Program. So far, we've collected 4.67 T`ONS of paper. That's 9,34 1
pounds that would have been thrown away, or 14 cubic yards of landfill space saved, apd
19,156 kilowatts per hour of energy saved in the creation of more paper. AWESOME
JOB!
In other news, student report cards will be coming out on Friday! So fingers crossed that
all that hard work will pay off this nine weeks! Have a great week and you'll hear from us
again!


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over Bradford County as they
worship and pray for revival
in 20 1 Pastor Steve Hayes
of First Christian will bring
the message. First Christian's
band and praise team will
lead worship along with a
community church choir.

Hope Baptist Church invites
you to its spring revival April
10- 13 at 6 p.m. on Sunday
and 7 p.m. Monday through
Wednesday. Guest speaker

tva gels f'r Fir t Bapt / in
Woodstock, Ga. Special music
will be performed by Bro.
Mark Shaw from Countryside
Baptist in Gainesville. All are
welcome. Friend Day will be
Sunday morning, and there is
also a new Sunday school class
for the hearing impaired,

Mt. Zion A'.M.E. Church
in Lawtey will present a newy
Christian play on April 16
'by Barry S. McLeod entitled
"Crackhead," a funny and
dramatic musical centered
around a group of homeless
addicts who live under a
bridge. The characters bond
and accept their fate when,
unexpectedly, people who care
come to their rescue and offer
them a chance for a better life.

First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights is having
an auction to support missions
Saturday, April 16, at 6
p.m. Donations of items and
services are needed to support
the auction.

Bayless Highway Baptist
Church will have a lay
ministry weekend April 8-10
at 6:4t5 p.m. The theme is
iContinuing the Journey:
Discovering My S.H.A.P.E.
for Ministry,i which refers to
spiritual gifts, heart, abilities,
personalities and experience.


First Baptist Church of
.Starke and the Community -
Men's Fellowship are hosting
Holy Week lunches at the
church April 18-22 from noon
to 1 p.m. A variety of churches
are involved in presenting the
weeklong celebration, which
will include delicious lunches,
great music and inspiring
messages. There is no charge
to attend, and everyone is
invited to this pre-Easter event.
Offerings will be collected to
support t loMa noo pnty.
meets each Wednesday at 7
a.m. at Western Steer,

First Christian Church
is hosting Tom Shelton, a
rich tenor vocalist who was
inducted into "Who's Who in
American Music." Tom will
be bringing the worship this
Sunday at 10:45 a.m., and
Pastor Steve will be preaching
a message on leadership from
the life of Moses. All are
invited to this inspirational
hour of worship. For more
information call 9041-964-
6100.

True Vine Ministry of Starke
will host Fresh Start 201 1 on
April 7 and 8 at 7:30 p.m. The
guest speaker will be Apostle

Havse SC ritia nM iditry in
Garden City, Ga. For more
information or transportation,
please call 904-964-9264.

Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church
will celebrate its annual
Family and Friends Day on
Sunday, April 8,at 5 p.m.
Everyone is invited.
First Baptist Church of
Starke will host the fifth
community Sunday Night
ILive worship service Sunday
April 10. at 6:30 p.m. Join
hundreds of' Christians from all


The church is located at I1798
N.W. C.R. 225.

Trinity Baptist Church,
2.5 miles south of Keystone
Heights on S.R. 21, will
present its 21"' annual Lake
Aea Easterr -a2en pdam

The drama brings to life the
days of Christis life on earth.
Admission is free and seating
is on a first come basis.

Journey of the World
Church in Lake Butler has
planned a community Easter
.egg hunt for Saturday, April
23, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the church at 4901 S.W. C.R.
241 in Lake Butler. Everyone-
is invited to attend and bring
their own baskets. Besides
egg hunting and prize eggs,
the church is also providing a
bounce house, egg coloring,
food and refreshments. For
more information, call 386-
853-0040.

Youth of Faith Baptist
C~hurchnof Lake Butler will
Saturday, April 30, from 8
a.m. to noon in the parking
lot of Community State
Bank in Starke, across from
McDonaldis. All donations
collected will go toward
sending the youth of the
church to Florida Bible Camp
in June. Your support will be
greatly appreciated.

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


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Teachers are preparing for our
wonderful report cards, which
come out this Friday, April 8. On
a bright note, it is the last nine
weeks of school until summer
vacation!
This past wveek has been
FCAT retakes. Starting Monday,
April 11, is FCAT` for grades
3-10. This year 10'h graders will
be taking the FCAT mathemat-
Sics portion on the computer. We
are hoping to receive our scores
atas~eter.4his. year. B l re o ai h
the test, cal a healthy breakfast!
The BHS track team has two
more meets. This Friday is St.
Johns Country Day at SJCD
School in Middleburg. April 15


is district at Yulec High School.
April 7 the varsity softball team
has an away game in Baldwin,
which will start at 5' p.m. The
tennis team has its district meet
April 5 in Ponte Verda. Wish all
the athicles luck! T~hey have all
done an amazing job this yecar.
The Rradford band wvill be go-
ing to T'allahassee on April 28 for
the state competition. They wvill
be playing the three pieces that
they played at MPA.

is go glto h ntlhe rpca ua
year for the Tornadoes!
Quote of the week: "L~et us he
grateful to the mirror for reveal-
ing to us our appearance only."
-Samuel Rutler


Apply now
for UMWt~
Scholarships_
The United Methodist Wbmen
are offering two $500 scholar-
ships for the 2011-12 academic
year. AII individuals enrolled in
postsecondary programs (colleg-
es, universities, career technical)
are qualified to apply.
Application forms are avail-
able from the secretary at Firsj:
United Methodist Church, 200'
N. Walnut St. in Starke. The.
deadline for submission is 4 p.m.4
on May 25. For more informa-
tion, contact Eugenia Whitehea~
at 904-964-2024.


Cycling, culinary
aftS Offered
The Bradford-Ulnion Arca Ca-
reer Technicall C~enter is holding
indoor cycling sessions on Mon-
das, ~l uesday~s. T'hursdays and
Saturdays from 9-10 a.m.
TIhe career center w\ill also be
offering aI basic culinary) class in
the evening w\ith renowned Chef
Susan Smith, a graduate of culi-
nary~ arts at Johnson and Wales
University. Chef Smith has 10
years of experience in the restau-
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classes are first come, first serve
and fill up fast.


Family night at .
Lawtey'school -
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family night w\ill take place
Monday. April 18, in the cafete-
ria. Free pizza wvill be served at 6
p.m. The Books for Bingo game
will begin at 7 p.m. Students
and their families are invited
for a night of food, fun and free
books .
Please call the school at 904-
966-6795 to let them know
you're coming so organizers can
plan to have enough food for ev-
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the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification
from COMMERCIAL to MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2 to 8
dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Ran e 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
The South 10.00 feet of Lot 5 and Lot
7, Block B of N. J. Jones .Addition,
as recorded in the Public Records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Containing 0.56 acre, more or less.
(2) S 110309 B, an application by
the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification
from COMMERCIAL to MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2 to 8
dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of Lot 1,of Block Bof N.
J. Jones Addition, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford Count ,
Florida, also being the Southwester y
intersection of Pratt Street and
North Clark Street; thence Westerly,
along the Southerly right-of-way
line of said Pratt Street 155.20 feet;
thence Southerly 100.00 feet; thence
Easterly 49.80 feet; thence Southerly
approximately 5.00 feet; thence
Easterly 10.70 feet; thence Northerly
27.50 feet; thence Easterly 94.70
feet to the Westerly right-of-way line
of said North Clark Street; thence
Northerly, along the Westerly right-
of-way line of said North Clark Street
77.20 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.36 acre, more or less.
(3) S 110309 C, an application by
the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land yse Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification
from COMMERCIAL to MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2 to 8
dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22
East,. Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of Lot 5, of Block B of N.
J. Jones Addition, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida, also being located on the
Westerly right-of-way line of North
Clark Street; thence Northerly, along
the Westerly right-of-way line of said
North Clark Street 10.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence continue
North, along the Westerly right-of-
way line of said North Clark Street
68 00 feet; thence Westerly 94.30
feet; thence Southerly 27.30 feet;
thence Westerly 10.70 feet; thence
Southerly 40.50 feet; thence Easterly
105 00 feet to the Westerly right-of-
way line of said North Clark Street
and the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.16 acre, more or less.
(4) S 110309 D, an application by
the City Commission, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
thle future land use classification


from COMMERCIAL to MEDIUM
DENSITY, RESIDENTIAL (2 to 8
dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Bein91nore
particularly described, as follo~ks: Lot
3 less the North 2.00 feet and the
North 5.00 feet of Lots 4, 5, and 6,
Block E of N. J. Jones Addition, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Containing 0.16 acre, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future ~date. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear:
to be heard with respect to the
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning Department located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that 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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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS
TO THE CITY OF STARKE
LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF STARKE, FLORIDA,
SERVING ALSO AS THE. LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE CITY
OF STARKE, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
the City of Starke Land Development
Code, hereinafter referred to as the:
Land DevelopmentCode, andSections
163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes, as amended, objections,
recommendations and comments
concerning the amendments, as
described below, will be heard by the
Planning and Zoning Board of the
City of Starke Florida, serving also as
the Local Planning Agency of the City
of Starke, Florida, at public hearings
on April 18, 2011 at 6:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse,
located at 945 North Temple Avenue;
Starke, Florida.
(1) Z 11-01, an application by the City
Commission, to amend the Zoning
Map of the Land Development Code
to change the zoning district from
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL(B-2) to
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) on the property described, as

See LEGALS page 6A


LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
SHAUN GLENN
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
19490 NW 135TH LANE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THBiOUGH, 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 AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in BRADFORD County,
Florida:
A ECPARCEL TOF iL'AND LYING IN
THE SOUTHEAST ONE QUARTER
OF SECTION~ 2, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST, IN
BRADFORD COUNTY,` FLORIDA,
SAID PARCEL BEING SHOWN ON
LOT 18, ON A MAP RECORDED
IN MISCELLANEOUS MAP BOOK
1 PAGE 18, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
MONUMENT FOUND AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
SOUTHEAST ONE QUARTER OF
NORTH 89 DEGREES 24 MINUTES
06 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 1199.07 FEET TO A
SET IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
00 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 45
SECONDS WEST, 511.94 FEET
TO A SET IRON ROD; THENCE
SOUTH 13 DEGREES 13 MINUTES
09 SECONDS WEST, 177.65 FEET
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED RUN SOUTH
76 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 51
SECONDS EAST 367.81 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 13 DEGREES
13 MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST
177.65 FEET; THENCE NORTH
76 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 51
SECONDS WEST, 367.81 FEET TO
A SET IRON ROD; THENCE NORTH
13 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 09
SECONDS EAST, 177.65 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS BEING
CONVEYEDWITHANDSUBJECTTO
AN EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER ALL ROADWAYS
AS SHOWN ON AFORESAID MAP
(MISCELLANEOUS MAP BOOK 1
PAGE 18).
TOGETHER WITH A~ CERTAIN
2005 CAVALIER MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS A FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE THERETO:
VIN# BLO5GA0 136541 A AND
BLO5GiA0136541 B.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on Florida
Default Law Group. PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Dnive, Suite 300.
Tampa, Florida 33634, and file the
original with this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the Complaint
or pet~ifi~t. '"' "" 1'
WITNESS my.nand -and-he seal of
this Court on this 23rd day of March,
2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Court
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodatlon in
order to participate in this proceeding.
you are entitled, at no cost to you. to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
3/31 2tchg 4/7-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRADFORD CROUBNATT F ORSDOAN
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CP-0012
IN RE: ESTATE OF


RICARDO JOSE RONDEZ
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate
of RICARDO JOSE RONDEZ,
deceased, is pending in the Circuit
Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit in
and for Bradford County, Florida, the
address of which is 945 N. Temple
Ave., Starke, FL 32091. The names
and addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
ottier persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this Notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
SLATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must fi~e their
claims with this Court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
Attorney of Personal Representative
RUSSELL A. WADE Ill
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
155 SE 6th PlaC6
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Personal Representative:
Geraldine Rondez
3/31 2tchg 4/7-BCT
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ordinance, which title hereinafter
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford County,
Florida, at a public hearing on April
21, 2011 at 6:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the matter can be heard,
in the County Commission Meeting
Room, County Courthouse located
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida. Copies of said ordinance
may be inspected by any member of
the public at the Office of the County
Clerk, located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida, during
regular business hours. On the date,
.time and place first above mentioned,
all interested persons may appear
and be heard with respect to the
ordinance.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. AMENDING
THE OFFICIAL ZONING ATLAS OF
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS.
AS AMENDED: RELATING TO THE
REZONING OF LESS THAN TEN
CONTIGUOUS ACRES OF LAND,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION,
Z 11-04. BY THE PROPERTY
OWNER OF SAID ACREAGE:
PROVIDING FOIR ~REZONING
FROM AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) TO
COMMERCIAL, NEIGHBORHOOD
(CN) OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN
THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF
BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.
PROVIDING SEVER ABILITY:
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT: AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future date. Any
Interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further


notice concerning the matter will be
published.
AII persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the 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.
4/7 itchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The FloridaWorks Workforce
Readiness Committee and Education/
Youth Committee will hold meetings
on Monday, April 11th at 2 p.m. at
SFC's CEID Center, 530 W. University
Avenue, Gainesville. Please contact
Celia Chapman at 352-244-5148 with
questions,
4/7 Itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
OF THE NORTH FLORIDA
BROALDBAND AUTHORITY
OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
The North Florida Broadband
Authority ("NFBA") announces a
meeting of the NFBA Operations
Committee that all interested persons
are invited to attend. The NFBA is a
legal entity and public body created
pursuant to the provisions of Section
163.01, Florida Statutes, and an
Interlocal Agreement among Baker,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Levy,
Madison, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor,
Union and Wakulla Counties and
municipalities of Cedar Key, Cross
City, Lake City, Live Oak, Monticello,
Perry, White Springs and Worthington
Springs, Florida. The NFBA's
Operations Committee meetings
Will be held at 11:00 a.m. on the first
Thursday of each month February 3,
2011; March 3, 2011, April 7, 2011;
May 5, 2011; June 2, 2011; July 7,
2011; August 4, 2011; September 1,
2011; October 6, 2011; November
3, 2011; December 1, 2011; at the
Cabot Lodge Board Room, 3726
SW 40th Boulevard, Gainesville,
FL 32608. The NFBA's Operational
Committee meeting will be to conduct
general business of the committee.
If a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the NFBA with
respect to any matter considered at
the meeting, such person will need a
record of the proceedings and mnay
need to ensure that a verbatim record
is made, including the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is to be made. In accordance with
the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing special
accommodation or an interpreter to
participate in this proceeding or have
any questions please contact Faith
Doyle, Clerk to the NFBA Board at
(877) 552-3482 or (407) 629-6900 at
least one businesss dayprior tothe
date of the meeting.
4/7 1tchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARINGS
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS
TO THE CITY OF STARKE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF THE CITY OF STARKE,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
THE CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
pursuant to the City of Starke Land
Development Code, as amended.
hdreihafbr referred 16'BS the Land
Developmer't Code, objections.
recommendations and comments
concerning the amendments, as
described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
City of Starke, Fionida, serving also
as the Local Planning Agency of City
of Starke, Flonida, at public hearnggs
on Apnil 18, 2011 at 6.00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse,
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida
(1) S 110309 A, an application by


:NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
P sunt to 715.109, 715.115FS
D su a d tie A ril 13, 2011 at
ea im:1p0:00 am
L ~t on: 1000 S. Water St
op o Starke, florida
De~scr option: Mobile home an'd
SRelated items
F rmer owner: Kelsey Thomas
3/31 2tchg 4/-BCT
I THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-117
COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Plaintiff .
TRESA H. JOHNS and
OUIRTIS G. LEE
DF~fendants '
T NOTICE OF ACTION
T:TERESA H. JOHNS
S(Residence Address Unknown)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a First Mortgage on the
fclowing real property In Bradford
C unty, Florida, to-wit.
Ldts 1 and 2 Block 2, Corilotta Unit
##, as described in Plat Book 3, Page
,f;public records of Bradford County.
~is been filed against you and you
61fe required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on Dudley
P'IHardy, the plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 403 W. Georgia St., Starke,
Flbrida 32091, on or before 30 days
from the first publication of this Notice'
oifAction, and file the original with
tty~ Clerk of this Court either before
service on the Plaintiff's Attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a
dgault will be entered against you for
terelief demanded in the Complaint
ToForeclose First Mortgage.
[ftdon March 23, 2011.
: ~RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
~I By: Lisa Brannon
: ~Deputy Clerk
~ 3/31 2tchg 4/7-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Entice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
~Stktutes (Section 83.801-83.809);
S'nta Fe _Storage of Waldo will sell
ftr CASH to the highest bidder at
1Ei540 NE US HIGHWAY 301, County
at:Alachua, Florida, at 12:00 PM on
Virdnesday, the i3'"day of April 2011 ,
and continuing day to day thereafter
uIbtil sold, the household goods and
Fbisc. contents of the following:
UPIIT B-006 James Hodges
Misc. items
3/31 Etclg 4/7-BCT
%:NOTICE OF SALE
btice is hereby given that pursuant
th~e Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Snt=Fatutes (Secio~n 83.801-wil el83 .818.809);
f6Y CASH to the highest bidder at
$F30 N Temple Avenue, Starke,
Opunty of Bradford, Florida, at 1:30
F~lon Wednesday, the 13'" day of
Aril 2011, and continuing day to day
t~reafter until sold, the household
gos and misc. contents of the
flowing: .
UNIT C0006 Sto~qwart1p~barts,
Misc. items
UNIT D007 Geor je~eie "
Misc. items
UNIT E003 -Duane Maxted,
Misc. items
UNIT F003 Frantz Innocent,
Misc. items
3/31 2tchg 4/7-BCT
-IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-000079
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
F faintiff,
DAVID GLENN A/KIA DAVIS
GLENN, et al,
Dlfendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
N:DNAVID GLENN A/K/A DAVIS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
19490 NW 135T LANE








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field during the operation.

Couldn't outrun

thsesia Nanza Gordon, 25, of
Gainesville,pleaded no contest to
fleeing and attempting to elude,
driving while license suspended
or revoked, and resisting or ob-
structing an officer without vio-
lence in connection with a -Nov.
7, 2010 encounter with Bradford
County deputy Tommy Sapp.
According to a report filed by
the deputy, he was patrolling in
ant unmarkedmcar tnearpuMle~rosre
don over for a traffic violation.
TIhe Gainesville man, driving a
blue Dodge pickup, instead took
off, topping 85 mph in a 30 mph
zone and running several stop
signs.
Just short of the Clay County
line, the Dodge crashed into a
ditch. According to Sapp, Gor-
don then threw the pickup into
reverse and rammed Sapp's un-
marked vehicle with the deputy
still inside. Gordon then con-
tinued into Clay County, and
soon thereafter abandoned the
truck, taking off on foot into a
wooded area. The deputy even-
tually ran down the suspect, con-
cluding a car and foot chase that
exceeded 4 miles.
Gordon was sentenced to 140
days in jail.

COuple discovers
Intruder in vehicle ,
Carolyn Lynn Williams, 50,
\vas sentenced to 38 days in jail
after pleading no contest to tres-
pass. .
According to a Starke police
report, on Nov. 16, 2010, around
8:30 p.m., a West Weldon Street
couplecrcturned home to discover
a rangers sitting in sthe driver's
seaP of th vf' pr tl
chiclel. The woman in the SUV
quickly fled the vehicle, into a
neighboring y~ard, and the couple
'""e ms eic minutes late a


Starke officer spotted a woman
walking near the intersection of
West Weldon and Lake streets.
Another officer escorted the

inn wee she po it el ic ent
fied the walker, Williams, as the
person in her vehicle.

Attacker hides knife
in bra, turns herself in
Tiara M. Jefferson, 26, was
sentenced to three years in the
Department of Corrections.after
pleading no contest to aggravated
battery with a deadlS weap ice

report, on Oct. 30, 2010, Jef-
ferson claimed she intended to
make contact with a friend of
her mother's at a house on East
Crosby Street. However, be-
fore she could get to the kitchen,
where the friend was, she was
confronted in the living room by
the victim, who called her names
and threatened her.
Jefferson continued into the
kitchen, leaving the victim in the
living room, and made contact
with the friend who was stirring
a pot of grits. Jefferson said that
while talking to the friend, she
walked over to the kitchen sink,
took a small wooden-handled
knife from the dish drain, and
slipped it into her bra.
According to the report, Jef-
ferson claimed the victim soon
thereafter also walked into the
kitchen, and confronted her a
second time, this time throwing a
punch at Jefferson, but missing.
Jefferson said she removed
the knife from her bra and held
it behind her back until the vic-
tim took another swing at her,
striking her on the left cheek.
Jefferson said she then swung
the knife at the victim, slashing
the victim's neck. She left the
house through the back door and
contacted a family member, who
drove her to the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office, where deputies
turned her over to Starke police.


10'"-grade FCAT reading and
math tests'Still require a score of
300 or higher.

Testing Schedule
*FCAT retakes -for reading
and math: March 30-April 6.
FCA raing, mat and sci-

enAlg br I EC: May 16 '27.
*Geometry field test: May 23-

;Ret~ake: Adult students will
be tested at the career technical
center. Contact Cynthia Ross at
904-')66-6776 for more informa-
tion.

Home-schooled
students:
State law requires that home-
schooled students have an annual
evaluation. Grades 3-10 may
participate in the public schpol
testing as an end-of-year evalu-
ation.
Eleventh- and 12lh-grade stu-
dents may not participate in
the FCAT reading retake test
or FCAT math retake test. The
retake test does not serve as an
end-of-year evaluation.

Parents of home-
SChOOled students:
Please contact the guidance
counselor at the school your stu-
dent is zoned to attend. Please
isotify the school of any accom-
modations that your child will
need. Failure to do this may re-
sult in a school being unable to
meet your child's needs and/or
test your student.


I'iarijuana
neaf SChOOI
Lloyd "Trey" William Gilpin
11,0 leaded n ots p-
ses sior o cannabisonitteitn pooso
feet of a school with intent to de-
liver. He was sentenced to 125
days in jail.
AAccordin~g o court papers on
Gilpin hand over marijuana to a
14-year-old near Bradford High
School. T'he witness also state"
ed Gilpin and the 14l-year-old
smoked the drug as they walked
away from the school.

Drug raid revealS ,
squalid conditionS
SDiane McClellan Rhea, 57,
was sentenced to three days in
jail and 18 months drug offender
probation after pleading no con-
test to possession of Alprazolam
with intent to sell, keeping ~or
maintaining a public nuisance
where drugs are used or sold, and
possession of not more than 20
grams of cannlabis.
According to a Hampton Po_
lice Department report, just at
.ter midnight on Sept. 17, 2010,
Hampton and Starke police,along
with Bradford County Sheriff's
Office deputies, served a search
warrant on McClellan's Hamp-
ton residence. After entering
the house, the law enforcement
officers found McClellan, along
with three other adults, smoking
marijuana
Also in the house at the time of
the raid were three children, one
of which was an infant, and 38
dogs. According to the report,
the house was strewn w\ith dog
feces, dog urine and ral feces.
The septic tank system in the
backyard w\as open. One otllier
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a student has learned the cur-
riculum for a certain grade. The
results will be used to help deter-
mine if a student will be retained
and what courses a student will
be placed in for the 2011-2012
school year. Please encourage
your student to do his/her very
best. This is important at all
itas including Bradford vir-
tua s. d t ate
I formia in and tp atce ne-
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What's new?
What's different?
2011 brings many changes
to the FCAT testing schedule.
Please read carefully. If you have
any questions, call your school
or Camol Clyatt at 904-966-6816.

7/1/199 to know:
*FCAT 2.0 is based on the
New Generation Sunshine State
Standards.
*FCAT reading, math and sci-
ence no longer contain short and
extended response questions.
*Computer-based testilig will
begin for 10*-grade math, math
retakes, the algebra I end-of-
course exam, and the district is
field testing the computer-based
end-of-course exam for geom-
etry.
The algebra I end-of-course
exam replaced the FCAT math
test. in the ninth grade. It will
count as 30 percent of the stu-
dent's final grade.
*Practice Tests for the alge-
bra exam are available at www.
FLAssessments.com/ePAT
*Graduation requirements
have not changed this year. The


Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida, also being the Southwesterly
intersection of Pratt Street and
North Clark Street; thence Westerly,
along the Southerly right-of-way
line of said Pratt Street 155.20 feet;
thence Southerly 100.00 feet; thence
Easterly 49.80 feet; thence Southerly
approximately 5.00 feet; thence
Easterly 10.70 feet; thence Northerly
27.50 feet; thence Easterly 94.70
feet to the Westerly night-of-way line
of said North Clark Street; thence
Northerly, along the Westerly right-
of-way line of said North Clark Street
77.20 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.36 acre, more or less.
(3) Z 11 -03. an application by the City
Commission, to amend the Zoning
Map of the Land Development Code
to chan e the zoning district from
COMMU ITY COMM RCIAL (B-2) to
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-1C) on the property described, as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Ran e 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly desenibed, as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of Lot 5, of Block B of N. J. Jones


Addition, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida,
also being located on the Westerly
right-of-way line of North Clark Street;
thence Notherly,.along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said North Clarkc
Street 10.00 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence continue North,
along the Westerly night-of-way line
of said North Clark Street 68.00 feet;
thence Westerly 94.30 feet; thence
Southerly 27.30 feet; thence Westerly
10.70 feet; thence Southerly 40.50
feet; thence Easterly 105.00 feet to
the Westerly right-of-way line of said
North Clark Street and the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 0.16 acre, more or less.
(4) Z 11-04, an application by the City
Commission, to amend the Zoning
Map of the Land Development Code
to change the zoning district from.
COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL (B-2)to
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
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follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows: Lot
3 less the North 2.00 feet and the
North 5.00 feet of Lots 4, 5, and 6,
Block E of N. J. Jones Addition, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Bradford County, Florida.
Containing 0.16 acre, more or leSS.: *
The public hearings may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shal e Marigounchatdurong uthhe
notice concerning the matters will be
published.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
tahpe ar tnod ne ard with respect to
a ies offoth puame ndsm ts nare
the Bradford County-City of Starke
Zoning, Planning and Building
D prtent nnlocatedo ho95 ot
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular
All enson ase advised that if they
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at the abo'ie re erenced public
hearings, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
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tetiamon and oedbe upon which
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A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South. Ran e 22 East
Bradford County. Florida. Being more
rthicularly described, as follows
heSouth 10.00 feet of Lot 5 and Lo
7, Block B of N. J. Jones Addition
as recorded in the Public Records o
Bradford County. Florida. ~
Containing 0.56 acre, n'tore or less.
(2) Z 11-0 an application by the City
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COMMU \ITY COMM ERCIAL (1-2) to
SINGLE FAMILY, MEDIUM DENSITY
(R-iC) on the property described, as
follows.
A parcel of land lying within Section
28, Township 6 South, Ran e 22
East, Bradford County, F orida
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BY CLIFF SIMELLEY
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Pitcher Kelsey Waters gav'e
up an average of six hits per
game while striking out an
average of eight per game to
help the Keystone Heights
softball team go 4-0 over two
days and w\in the gold bracket
of the 18'" annual Kissimmee
Klassic.
The fo~urth-ranked Indians
(16-4) used a six-run third
Sinning en route to defeating
reigning Class 2A state champ
Orlando Pine Castle
SChristian--and 2010 Class 2A
Player of the Year Emily
Carosone. a shortstop who has
committed to Auburn- 10-6 in
the.championship game. That
Game followed wins bver
Miami Ransom E't~rglades, a
Class 37A regional qualifier
from last season. Miami Tate
Cantonment. a Class 5A team,
andi Class, 6A Sarasota
Rivergew,\' a regional finalist.
in 2009.
"They extceededd my
expectations." Keystone head
coach Je~ssica Marquart said.
"Tlhey play ed better w\ith each
game.'
Waters, w\ho pitched the
durationl of the tournamen11Clt and I
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gave up a total of 22 hits and
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With their periformniice in
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competitionl will help hecr ten'
as thle regular se'asoni winds
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tournament and a possible
regional postscasonl herth.
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face. thle mlore it ~repares us
for dlistrictl and~ pcstseason i
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BY CLIFF' SM ELLEY
KReionacl Ne~ws/Sports Eiditor
Kiki Strong andi Ashley
Johnosoni each hil a home run as
the Bradfllordl softball team
capped' play in the Kissinmcee
Kla~ssic with a 9)-4 win over
Miamni Ransom Everglades, on
April 2.
Tlhe TIornadoes (14-5)
played f'our ranked teams over
two days in the tournament,
gioing 2-2 after dropping their
first two games to P'ine Castle
C'hristian, (he top-ranked team
andt defending state champ in
Class 2A, andi Kissimmec
O)sceola. whllich wa~s ranked in
thie top, 10 il C:luss 5A at the
timei.
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in~ key spotss" Bradftlord head
coach D~anic I Davis saidl of the
5 /< ;1n ame~l<>SSeS thait < pened I
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wvere on hl 3-for-5, reached on
singles in the first inning.
Lindlsey Wiggins was hit by a
pitchl to loadt the bases. Macy
Winkhler w\as then hit by a pitch
to orce ai runl home.
Consecutive wvalks drawn by
Mackenzie Gaull and Leanna
Normnan forced another two
runls home L'
Thel second featured back
to-b~ack solo home runs by
Strong and Johnson to put the
Tlornladoes up 5-0. It w\as the
secondit straight game in which
Strong hiil anl iniside-the-park


homer andl the eighth home run
of the season for Johlnson, who
holds the school's single-
seasonI record.
Normnan led off the third
with a doubic and scored on an
error that allowed Brittney
Hall to reach. Another error
allowed Hall to score and
Shelby Wise to reach. Wise
scored on a double by Johnson.
Up 8-2 going into the sixth,


Bradf'ord added another run.
Norman, who was 2-f~or-2 with
two doubles, drew a walk with
two outs and scored following
back-to-back singles by Hall
and Wise.
Pitcher Stefanic Jdnes (10-4)
gave up twvo hits and no walks
over three innings to earn, the
win. She struck out four
Alexis Spriggle gave up

See BHS page 9B


-The Keystone Heights softball team won the gold division championship at the Kis-
simmee Klassic. PictUred are: (front, I-r) Kristen Woods, Chandler Singletary, Crys-
Stal Munoz, Cortney Casas, Lindsay Johnson, Calylen Gonzales, (back, I-r) head
coach Jessica Marquart, Taylor Semione, Kelsey Waters, Amber Skipper, Rachel
Wells, Chelsea Harvin, Chelsea Cravey, Kayla Walker, Emily I~reton and-assistant
coach Will Hartley. Not pictured: assistant coach Dale Richardson.


SIndians win championship in


Kissimmee softball tournament


plate in the wvin over Pine
Castle Christian, driving in
two' runs. Taylor Semnione also
drove in two runs, going 3 for-
It w\as Pine Castle-
currently ranked number one
in Class 2A-that struck first
w\ith a run in the bottom of the
first on a single and a double.
Keystone answered in the
second. Kayla Walker hit a
lead-off single and scored on a
tw\o-out double by Semione.
The Indians broke it open in
the third. taking advantage of
an error and singles by Walker,
Waters. Cortney Casas,
Chelsea Harvin and Chandler
Singletary. Waters drove in
twvo runs w\ith her single, while
Semiont drove in a1 runl w\ithl a
ground ball
Keystone led 7-1. but Pine `
Castle scored fiveL runs aCr)SS
the third and fourth innings.
Pine Castle used tw\o singles, a
double and an inside-the-park
home run to push fo~ur across
in the fourth.
"The game wasn't over untlil
the last out," Marguart said.
Tlhe Indianls scored~ tlree inl
the sixth to1 capl the scoring ,~~
Semnionel and~ Emnili' I~reton
each sinlgledl bhc~ire Halrvin
drove in a run1 w\ith al Singlle 01
her owvn. Breton anld ~l~irlin
scored on an error.


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Strawberry
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T~he Brradford County 4t-H
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fundraising strawbecrry auction
during Starke's annual
Strawberry Festival on
Saturday, April 16, onl tle
festival's center stage at 2:45
p~m-
Strawberry shortcake will
also be available at the 4-H
booth,
For more information, please
call the Bradford County
Extension office at 904-966-
6224.

BHS basketball

banquet set for
ArIl 28
ihe radford High Schiool
boys' basketball tealn baniquel
tvil be hel~l< urst
Tickets, which are $10, may
be purchased at the Bradfordi
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more information.

Starke Kiwanis
hosts annual

gOlf tournament

(Tnhe Kiai Clrb odat arke
will host its annual golf
tournament on Friday, Acpril
22, beginning w\ith a shotgun
start at 8:30 a.ni. at the Starke
Golf and Country Club.
-For more information.

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(after three attempts) receives a
certificate of attendance.
It is a complex system for im-
~proving the American secondary
school system, the completion of
which will prepare a student for
the ~rigors of college, and life
beyond fordial schooling..The
student will have learned, or at
least will have been exposed to
subjects utilized in the world of
work and play, prepare him for
college or career level the play-
ing field for American youth.
It is a tough program, and
American youth will definitely
move up in the world of knowl-
edgec, competing with the youth
or' other motons that have sur-
passed the U~nited States in edu-
cation.


T'he Telegraph has been re-
scarch ng FCAT~ records and
reports, and will attempt to ex-
plain the system and take a look
at Bradford County's participa-
tion. Bradford High School has
a way to go to reach its potential


TIhe Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Te'sting System
(FCATI) is a plan f'or teaching
students meaningful subjects
geared toward preparing the
stuldent for. college, grading the
student during the f'ormatite
school years, grades' 3-10, grad-
ing the school staff and the
school, rewarding successful
students and penalizing the uln-
successful. As the name of the
project suggests, it is a compre-
hensive: system with rewards
and pnnalties. T~he winners gain
an excellent education in mean-
ingful subjects and a high school
diploma to attest his or her ac-
complnsulenl. nehcless success-
"'l sl"*nlt. hbascc on his rn~ilure
of hie. tenth gradle I;CATI test


and the staff is working hard to
improve on its current score.
Look for the story in next
week's issue of the Telegraph.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


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BHS class of ..
''1 prepares for
50th reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1961 will be holding
its 50th TCUniOn May 13-14 in
Starke .
A dinner will be held at-the
Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast on .Friday, May 13,
with a social hour at 6 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 7 p.m.
Class members will meet at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club on Saturday, May 14,
with a social hour beginning at


6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7
p~m
Dress is casual for both
nights.
Notices have been sent to all
class members. Everyone who
attended school with the class
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Representative Janet AdkinS because in fiscalyearl1999/2000,total expenditure
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during the fourth week of the fiscal year 2014/2015 Medicaid expenditures are
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The ourh wek f sssin ws vry usy2010/2011. And the federal healthcare legislation,
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affect Florida's businesses. improvement to our1 current situation because the
The staff who work for this committee (Scott bi llprov ides enhanced 11nanc ialpenal t iesfor plans
Boyd) are real pros at understanding when a state that withdraw prior to the end of theii- contracts in
agency has legal authority to adopt rulets and order to makec.cer~tain that plans cannot just come
pol icies and when they dontot. Inmy view they have anld go. This has been a problem under the current
been a real friend of the average working family reform systemn and Iam pleased that it is being
in that they understand how state government can dr ese ne h e eommaue.
isoeties eekleya sli. e you yh e a 1cr Based on my calendar, I thought Wednesday
whether a state agency really has the authority would be a slow day. This was not to be the case.
for a particular rule or policy, just call the JAPC The day started with a Du~val Delegation meeting
team, you may be surprised at what you learn. to discuss issues of concern to Northeast Florida.
After some routine housekeeping iteris, we I aised the question of privatization of the
heard from the Board of Nursing who was Northeast Florida State Hospital in Baker County,
proposing a rule relating to the administration of \Vhich draws employees from all the counties in
sedation medications. The Legislature. not the our district.
Board of Nursing, defines the scope of practice. Later that morning, I met with Dr. Wallace from
So, the board was attempting to influence the Florida State College to discuss the proposed
scope of practice through the rule dealing with education reforms. Next was a meeting with the
"'unprofessional conduct." The committee found Department of Transportation regarding our local
objection to the rule, and suggested that if changes bill; followed by a meeting with Nassau County
were needed, they should- be done through the Commissioners Danny Leeper and Steve Kelly,
legislative process. County Attorney David Hallman, Mike Mullin
Monday afternoon I met with lobbyists both for and Mark Anderson. We are blessed to have
and against a bill that would impose a new' tax many local elected officials from all the counties
on Florida-based cigarette manufacturers who are who travel to the State Capitol on behalf of the
not part of Florida's tobacco settlement crafted in citizens. I appreciate their views and understand
1995. It was interesting to hear both sides of the their challenges. '
argument and to see the gaps of information that
was'omitted. I also met with a lobbyist for Big Later in the day,. I had a good discussion writh
Brothers and Big Sisters, concerned about their former' State` Represeltative D~onl Brown regardIing
cut 'in funding. Before I knew it, the afternoon Citizens Insurance on state policy regardinS
had flown by and it was time for my 5 p.m., subsidizing citizens' premiums. It is estimated
Transportation and Highway Safety Commnittee. that our state has a $12 billion unfunded liability
Tuesday was a full day, beginning w\ith PreK(- in the Catastrophic Fund. Iam told that w\hen
12 Appropriations Committee where wre took up you" break that number dowrn, it would cost ealch
issues dealing with interscholastic sports, school Florida family $689 per year for 30 years. It is
choice and code of student conduct. critical that we make this flind actuarially sound-
I then had to take a "brisk walk" through the Many of the property owners in hard-hit south
halls to K-20 Competitiveness Committee. We Florida have relied oni Citizens for inlsuranlce and
debased a bill that dealt with th'e manner in which rates were~ frozen" years ago as a way3\ to help them
ourstae cllees wad t~pwnd.muli- .. anid the south Florida hopysing~~market. Needless
conltractsto its professors;Il )V gog~6;~! sai thlis is
Steve Wallace from Flidrda"Stati~t6htege'P'rt s2 m d icslon
support of the bill. His comments were right on the thtlilture
mark. I agree with Dr. Wallace that it is important g e Ie ra t i onIs ra
that we have a state college system whose priority will pay for r n
is the students. and we must
Quorum call for all members to be on the H-ouse cOrrctC theC Sa
floor was at 3:15 p.m. I was fortunate to have my course now" to 421
K2 bill on second reading. When a bill rolls to "'nke Citizens
second reading, the member explains the bill and a c tu ar i a lly COME in a;
answers questions from other members. This sound. Ikusericsale.
is also a time when amendments to the bill can Thursday I & Massnpl 15 IDo~llr i
ng uferd y trsynthet c rnart uana is a hug wVas deter~na oeinadtr o
of chemicals. Passage of this state ban on K2 dsnk leeiork foorC P
remains one of my top priorities this session. cople an
MTdhe a e r itmh sn e fouH fgnd ic reagain, th er
is expected to consume almost 30 percent of meetings. First
Florida's total state budget. This is significant a meeting with
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wit indvduals rglardngn te
and school readiness under the
Department of Education.
.1 took a few moments to visit
with Trace Youngblood from
Bryceville. Trace and his sister
Bethany have been working as
volunteers in our Fernandina
ofice ad als s gap fo hv
week. This is a chance for our
youth to gain a firsthand look
at the le islative process and
become fa niliar with the details
of their government. I am proud
to have so many outstanding
youth serve mn te page an .
messenger program'
That afternoon, we were back



speaker asked the clerk to unlock
the machine and members were
asked to record their vote; m
K2 bill passed with 105 for ad
13 against. This is one of the
very first member bills to pass
this legislative session, which is
a big deal.
Friday I met with legislators
regarding the proposal for
privatization of Northeast
Florida State Hospital(NEFSH).
With the budget reductions
in both the Senate and House
budget proposals, .NEFSH will
incur a 10 percent cut. This
will result in a daily operating
cost of approximately $264 per
day. The privately contracted
facilities. run by GEO Care, did
NOT incur any reductions last
year and none are proposed in
this year's budget. Their cost
at the GEO Care facilities is
roughly $3 15 per day. Since the
proviso language in the Senate
budget does not seek a defined
reduction, it is quite possible
that the privatization effort at
NEF~SH could result in increased
costs to F-lorida.

There has been no study
that shows privatization is a
state policy that has saved the
taxSPaerTs mnonecy. Normally you
seek to privatize when there
are quality of care issue (this
is cle~arly not the case) or wvhen
the~re;re cast issueLs whichh again


is not the case). So absent good
logic I fail to see the benefits
of expanding the state policy
of privatization among mental
health treatment facilities.
The afternoon began with
my final meeting for the
week, Select Committee on
Government Reorgamization.
We voted on two proposed
committee bills dealing with
economic development. Taken
together,.these two bills create
and provide a dedicated source
of revenue to the State Econom ic
Enhancement and Development
(SEED) Trust Fund to enable
Florida to be proactive and
better positioned to capitalize on
opportunities that will' benefit
tde velse fromerapneconomi -

Ed mTerusst F nrd wil boe a ed
and economic development
incentives to attract new
businesses to the state and retain
exis ing businesses.


As l exited the parking garage,
I remembered my son's words to
me as I kissed him goodbye early
Monday morning, "Don't forget
the doughnuts." After picking
up a dozen glazed doughnuts, t
headed toward I-10 and began
the three-hour ride home. I
arrived just in time to catch the=
final quarter in my son's soccer.
game and watch him score s1
goal. Nothing is better than the
place we all call home.
There are many issuesAh~ead'
in the coming weeks and I~
appreciate those who take the''
time to write. I read those e-mails
and often they share a helpful.'
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Dear Editor:
;Once again, the City of Key-
stone Heights Public Works
Department has removed all of
the US flags located at the
cemetery, including those at the
veterans memorial site.
This desecration of gravesites
ha~s to be one of the most incon-
siderate, disrespectful, selfish,
an'd downright mean acts that
ca'n be bestowed on the people
who are buried in this cemetery.
There are US veterans in that
cemetery that fought and died
foi' their country while defend-
ing this flag. My late business
partner, Bob Canady, went to lfis
grave carrying the wounds that
he incurred defending this coun-
try so that the city employees, as
well as everyone else in this
community can enjoy our free-
dom.
I personally had two premium
flags located at Canady's grave-
site. This is the second time that
the city employees have summa-
rily removed these flags, for no
apparent reason. My flags were
not the ones placed by the AM-
nYE~S, bu ~u ca ed b e
o1( otherwise an impediment to
the -mowing of grass in the
cemetery !
p bnte treat sucam bl tdntdissap-
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certainly hope that this is the last
incident of this nature.
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Djd you know that 355 animals
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LAWTHY-Cecela Ann
Brannen, 48,. of L~awtcy, dlied
suddenly onl Tuelsday, March 29,
2011. Mrs. BrIannen wa'~s born in
Jacksoinville onl May' 29, 1962, to
the late James R. and BalrbaraI J.
Dominey Chamberlain aInd movcd
to Lawi:cy 30 years ago from
Jacksonvllle.
Mrs. Bra~nnenl was a radliology
technologist okng in the
health~care inldustry:. She was
preceded inl death by: her brother,
James R. Chamnberlainn Jr.; and
grandsons, Rionaldo Jo~se F~iguer~lo;
and Robrrto Migue~l Figueroa..
She is survivedt b,: her husband,







Memlorial serv\ices andl~

be atI a ;later datlc. A\rlrangemntls
are by: Jonecs-Ga~llagherI Funerallr
Homec of` Starke.


Buren Dulna~vant. She was a
homema~ker and a member of F~irst
Baptist Church of Lanke Butler.
Mrs. D~unalvant is survived by: a
son, R2andy (Te~resa) Weaver of
F~lo~rahomec; two daurghters,
Amanlda Nor-man of West Virginia
and Shannon (Mark) GuLthric of
Redman, Wash.; a sister, Ovedia
Mann of L~ake Butler; 14
grandchildren and several great-
grandchildrecn.
Funeral services wer~e held on
April 1, in the Chapel of Archer
Funcrall Home. Burial followed in
Dekle Cemetcry. Arrangemecnts
are under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of La;ke Buller.


parents; his fiancC, Danielle
Mallby; three brothers, W. T'had
Vernam of Jackson Center, Pa.,
Jronathan H;. (Shelly) Haag Jr. of
H-artstown, P'a., and Master Sgt.
Jason A. (Amny) Vernam of
R~ichlands, N.C.; and his paternal
granldmother, Christine Haag of
Oil City, Pa.
He was preceded in death by:


his maternal grandparents, Steve 3.
and Emma Paul Kish; and his
paternal grandfather, TimothSI E.
Haag.
Funeral services were held on
April 2, in the Scott A. Black
Funeral Home in Pennsylvan'ia
with the Rev. Virginia LaVan
Gadsby officiatinn


Shuford.
Memoriall services wvill be held
on T~hur~sdlay Ap~ril 7, at 6:30 p.m.
at Ar~chic Ta~nnerl Funcrl~n Services.
Mass will b~e held on Frida~y, April
8, at I p'm. at St. Edwards
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Darby Bloodgood
Nancy Jane Dayb)) Bloodgood
passed away at home on April 3,
2011, surrounded by her family.
She was born in T~eanckcl, NJ.,. on
Sept. 5, 19416. After moving to
.14cksonville, she grauduated from
Ribault High School and the
\lesity of North Florida with a
chlor of arts degree. She
eved the Distinguished Alumni
a rard in 1992 from the University
< North Florida. .
She married Richard "Dick' in
S1. She was a dynamic, witty
a .intelligent woman wvith a
son foHr e ileeand tv' fr

obuildino mini storage,
veloping real estate, investing in
eryand many entrepreneur
es.Through her years, she
iIped raise three stepchildren and
citred for her parents and in-law\s.
SShe received the key to the city
of Ktstn eHeigins in .19a6nfor

look of ele ance and charm and
otler contributions to the
community. In 2010, she received
hqnlors for her involvement in
downtown community
redevelopment in Keystone
Heights. She w~as a member on the
board of directors of Merchants
and Southern Bank;. Her passion
foi .animals led her to create a
lotal Humane Society. She w\as
very talented in art and painting
wvith an imagination that had no
end. She designed and co-built her
beautiful home where she lived.
The doctors: and nurrses at
Shantds said \they have nevcr
ext'erienced a more coura~geous
and positive woman w\ho survived
fille years of leukemia. One of her
key doctors said she has inspired
him to cute MDS/leukemila.
bDarby is survived by: her
Ilusbypd of 41 years, Dick: her
patt~jli7CEd and Jane Nelson of
K V-l~eHeights: three:'sisters,
Barby (David) Mains of Ocala,
Karen Nelson of Keystole
Heights and Cindy (Nick)
Machupa of Gainesville: three
stepchildren, Alisan (Mike) Patten
of:Anizona, Betsy (Mark) Mitchell
of:New Yorki and Brian (Monica)
Bloodgood of California; six
grandchildren, Brendon, Ryhn,
Julia, Anna, Sierra, and Gunnison:
and nine riieces and nephews.
In hieu of flowers, please donate
to Shands at UF Gainesville,
Shands Integmative Medicine
Program whichh Darby was very
involved in), Attention: Mr. R~alph
Alee, Senior Director, Office of
Development, PO Box 1003786,
Gainesville, FL 32610-0386
There will be a celebration of
her life on Saturday, April 16, at 1
p.m. at her home located at 6628
Woodland Dnive, Keystone


Patrick Dickens
RAlF-ORDl-Patrick Clovis
IDickens rr., 80, of Railord, died at

1 lrlsday,, Mer 1~ 30 011, don
to, a heart condition. Mr. D~ickiens
\\vas born on Feb. .5, 1931, in
Gile~nwood, GaL., Wheeler County.
Mr. Dickens was of the Baptist
fa~ith. and wa~s a member of
M~adison Street Baptist Church.
110 wa~s a members of the Raiford
Ma~somiclIl reti 1X fo c c3yar ,

of Electrica~l Workers Local 1205
in (aniesy 110l for 10 years. He
\\~as a m~aster electrician and
plurmb~r, andJ w\as in business for
himiiself until he retiredl in 1963.
Ilic mvned Ace Ellectric anld Ace



I nterpr ses. h Iitl e Iu Ic
He w s a e(dn f afrd for


deathcis by: is fsther. Patrick G. c

Eli;l~lizbh Te'rrell Smith; andl his

Hle Is sunnedc~ hi: his wflle of



60 sl~car WIne1I(Tll~. Terre.l Dickens;

Dickens ic~lll ; hIs aghes Sel
(Pat ii~rick) Heigr\ sIse Irs. icaiirol


JOll) Supp nacti (eran
Moo3 3re X nd Hernhce I'otler: sied

Memdor iaal sr cearraCngemeint

of Ar~che Suner \\Hsorne of Iake
Hutler. /\r~ iil l lrhm



Wind\;s o ed~lhcr MaorC re Chentern
SAllrke.\ Shec wa br i ak

Lake Butler in 1984. l

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Nicholas Haag
*WISCONSIN-Nicholas "Nick"
P. Haag, 29, of Waukesha, Wis.,
formerly of Stoneboro, Pa., and
Stare. died unexpectedly on
Monday, March 28, 2011. He w\as
born on April 3, 1981, in
Greenville, Pa., and wvas the son of
JH a han E. and Kathleen A. Kish
He grew' uP in Stoneboro and
a~ttnded ILakeview schools untril
his f'amily movedl to Floridal. He
gradluatedl in 1999 from Bradford
H-igh Selux~l. While ini Stoneborn,
he wa;s; a membrc~ of' the Stoneb~ore
Ulnitedl Merltilist ('hurchl, anl hie
attecndedl the -i rst Uniced


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Ariz.


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deathi h\: his sister. Ptil

Cowvie.
He is sur\ived hi: hiis lo~in ~
w\ife of 39 \c~ars H,l~lc Bonnie Icn of
Center Hill: his children. Riobe~rt
Keith (Jennifer) Co\tie oIf Lake
City. W'endy (Kenny\) Spradllin of
Pensacola. Bonnmie Annle
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In Loving Memory of
Mary Ann Bamford
Oct. 7, 1957--Aprl 9, 2010
We thought of you with
love today, but that is
nothing new. We thought
of you yesterday and days
before that too. We think
of you in si ence, we o ten
speak your name. Now all,
we have are memories
and your pictures in a
frame Your memories are
our keepsake, with which
we 'll never part. God has
you in His keeping. We
have you in~ our hearts.
Carole, Jackie,
Kevin and friends


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HryStina Nettles
TIT(J'~SVII LLE-Krystinla eigh
Nettles, 2_5, of TIitusville, passed
away at her home on TIuesday,
March 29), 2011.
She was preceded in death by:
her father, William Nettles; and
her grandfather, Beryl Nettles. She
is survived by: her mother,
Raeanne Walker; her brother and
sister, Jonathan T'oy anld Stephanic
Nettles; her grandmother, Martha
Nettles of Starke; her aunts,
Debbie Thicn, Beth Nottles, D~awn
Riddic, Karen Dickinson anld
Mary Brisbois; anld her ulncics,
Steve Trhien, Wallter Nettles, Allan
Nettles aund Rusty Brishois.
A memlor~ial service was heldl on
April 4, at Newcomer Cremnation
anld Funrl'. I Service ChapcI in
Tlitusville. T'o Ica~ve a message of
condolence f'or the family, please
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in b-usinecss admninistration from
O)hio Statle Ulniversity and a
master of' business, administration
from Michigaun State U~niversity.
As a~ career military officer, he
served with the Army Air Corps
until it became the Ulnited States
Air F~orce. During his service, he
rose to the rank of colonel and was
assigned throughout the United
States, Asia and Europe.
H-e retired in 1974 to Keystone
Heights where he was active in his
church, on the golf course and on
White Sands Lake where he taught
three generations to water ski.
I-lc is survived by: his wife,
Mable; and his four children. He
wvas blessed with 14
grandchildren, 19) great-
gra~ndchildren, anld numerous
nieces and nephews.
'unleral services were held on
April 2, in the Faith Presbyterian
C:hurlch in Melr~ose. Interment
followed aIt Keystonle Heights
Cemetecry. In lieu of flowers, the
family is requesting contributions
be made to the Faith Presbyterian
Church or Haven. Hospice, 6400
St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL, 32 177.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home


.ild d Hitch ock
PUT'INAM HALL-Mildred
"Milly" Victory) Hitc~hcocki, 92, of
Putnam311 Hall,1 passed awa':y on
M~onday,: Apr~il 4, 201 1. Milly wwas
bor-n on Nov. 8, 1918, in Warren'
Ohio to the late Harry. and Rtae
Rose~nshine. She marriedl Josepl
Hitchcock,. her husbandi of 44
yeLars, onl Dec. 23, 19441. Milly and
joe moved to F:lorida inl 19)5.3
\\hereI they') lived anid raised their
Amlil.
Milly graduated froml P'enn
State Ulniversity in 19410, earnings, a
bachelor of arts degree, followed
bya nursing degree from
Philadelphia General Hospital
School of Nur~sing in 19441. She
continued her education at the
University of Florida where she
earned a degree as a nurse
practitioner from the first
graduating ARPN class in Florida
in 1971. She was a gifted nurse,
and she devoted her life to helping
and caring for others.
: She served as a nurse in the
public health sector for several
decides, w\orkiing at the Univ'ersity
of Florida health clinic, anld
Various hospitals and conlvalescent
homes in the state. Milly allso
titught nursing classes for a
nlumber of year~s.
Milly loved her pe~ts, andl she
lovecd entertaining, gardeninlg,
cooking and spending time w\ith
her family anld friends, all of
whom gave her great joy. She w\as
afalented artist, and had a
wonderful wisdom about her and
was a deeply caring and giving
person. Milly was the heart and
soul of her family, and she will be
greatly missed.
SheS usas prece hinH calh hb .
her daughter, Cathy Jo Hitchcock;
and her son-in-law, Harald
Bowven. Survivrors include: her
son, Jame werendael (h eri rino
L. Bowen; her granddaughters,
Amy Hines (Bradley :Rupp)
Johnson, and Jennifer (Michael)
Lee: her three grandsons, Trey
Lee, Ethan Lee and Jackson
Johnson; and a host of lifelong
friends.
A eleb ato of Mill 's lif
will tc heldaonnSunday, April 10
beginning at noon, "at Milly's
home, 150 Wall Lake Trail,
Melrose, FL 32666. In lieu of
flowers, contributions in honocr of
Milly may be made to the
Jac~dnville Hbsmane Society, the
Wounded Warrior Project, or
Haven Hospice. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone


Baptist faith.
Mr. Johns was the son of the
late Louie Leofric Sr. anid Agnus
Morgan Johns. He is survived by:
two sons, Louie L. "T'ray" (Elena)
Johns III .of Middleburg and
Logan John's of Lake Buller; one
granddaulghter and one grandson.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, April 7, at 11 a.m. in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Justin Kirksey officiating
Burial will follow at Kingsle)
Lake Cerh~etery. Archer Funeral
H-ome of Lake Butler is in charge
of arrangements. The family will
receive friends at the funeral home
on Wednesday, April 6, from 6-8
p~m.

Jeff MlcMeekin
HAWTHORNE Jeff
McMeckin, 83, of Ha(;wthorne,
died Satulrday, April 2, 201 I, at
Shanlds UFI in Gainesvillc. He was
a lifetime arca president andc served
inl the Armny during Worldl War II
anld Korea.
H-e wals pr"cedcd in detlcll by
his son, Riobert McMeckin. He is
survived b~y: his wife, Margaret
McMeckinl; a son, Frank
McMeekiin; a brother, Joe
McMeekinl; a sister, Julia Owen;
and three grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on
April 6, at the First Baptist Church
in Hawthorne with the Rev. Henry
McKinney .fr. officiating. In lieu
of flowers, contributions can be
made to the Shriners Hospital for
Children, 12.5 USF Pine Drive,
Tampa, FL 33612, or to the First
Baptist Church of Hawthorne
Building Fund, PO Box 280,
Hra b ,ents areFunder the cr
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Stephen Lee
HAMPI'ON-Stephen M. Lee,
61, of Hampton died Friday,
March 25, 2011
He is survived by: his uic.
Linda: his parents, James Lece and
Mabel L~ee; daughters, Ca~ren
(Daniel) Hall of' Gainesville,
Anlgela (P'aul) D~ellingecr of
H~orseshoe. N.C:.. and Amy (B~rianl)
Tlhayer of H-ickory, N.C`.; brothers,
Jimn Lee of' Ganicsville anld Dav\id
Lee of' Austenlc. G;a.; al sister.
Marsha bec of' Hawth~orne; and
four grandchildren.
A celebration of his life w\ill be
held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers, contributions maly Ix
madei to the Adult ~i\er
~Trnsplarn t and Mil, Decpt. of
P'atienlt and Famrlily Resources.


Heights.


PAID OBITUARY


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Amanda Hudson
STARK~E-Amndal Ann l
H-udson, 69, died onl Mondady'
Marlcl 2-8, 2011. at her hlomle in
Starke.c' She was bornl inl Wha\rton'
Texass thle daughter of Johnny
May anld Gene Warren
Aschenlbck,; both of whom
pr~ecedeld her inl death,
She is survived by: her husband
of 341 years, B~uel "Rocky"
Hudson; sons, Arlan Schulze of
F~leming Island and Aaron Schulze
of. Port Charlotte; a stepson,
Johnny Hudson of Peachtree City'
Ga.; astepdaugh~ter, rAngie
Hudson of Fayetteville, Ga.;
brothers, Gene Aschenbeck Jr. of
Orange Park and Chris
Asch nhbeck of Rio Rancho, N.M.;

Memorial services for family
and friends w\ill be held on
Saturday,. April 9, at 11 a.m. at
PnoodarShepl cu Luofhemn e hu c
family requests that donations..be
made in Amanda's name to the
Amlerican Cancer Societ.
Arrngements are by the National
Cremation and Burial Society of
Jacksonille.

Louie Johns
BROOEKERLoouie Irofrric
Johns Jr.. 66, of Brookecr, died
Monlday. April 4,. 2011. at his
re~side~nce aft~r an apparent heart
a~ttack. Mlr. Johnls w\as bornl in

lif'e in Braldfcrdl County. .
lIew as acattleranIcherandwas \\3
a memlltk r of` the Catt1lemanII's
Assoc~iation. Her was a vet~eraln of
the Naltional Guard, anld was of the


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(;rahaml finished 12'h in the
lonig jump with a distance of
12'S ".
Nlelieview topped the girls'
Icln 'ts. ndings withrun5
up withr 103 points.

Tigers win 6
OVents at

Bradford s-

George Lo per
InVitatiOnal
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


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Eastaide on Thursday, April 7,
at 6:30 p.m.

Earlier result:

BHS 12 West Nassau 9
Kendall Norman hit a home
run and drove ui three runs in
the Tornadoes' 12-9, 10-inning
avin over West Nassau on
March 29 in Callahan- .
Bradford improved to 4-2 in
the District 4-3A standings
with the win-
Norman went 4-for-6, while
Yowell was 2-for-5 with a
double and two RBI. Johnson,
McKeown and Paulk each had
an RBI. '
The Tornadoes sent the
game into extra innings with a
run in the top of the seventh to
tie the score at 8-all. Each
team scored a run in the eighth
before Bradford pushed three
across in the 10'h.
Yowell, who pitched the
final 4.2 innings, earned the
win, giving up no hits and four
walks, while striking out eight.
He improved his record to 4-1.
Starter McKeown struck out
six before giving way to
Yowell.


JamiSOn, JonaS

lead BHS boys'
team at annual

inVitational
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Isaiah Jamison and Diontre
Jonas combined for four top-


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
;Ioey Willis of Keystone
Heights was the lone area
weightlifter to lock up a berth
in 'the state finals after the
District 3- lA qualifier on April
2 at Baker County High
School, though therC ale sure
t be others joining him once
the state compares the totals
from throughout all the district
meets that were held recently.
Each of the district
champions from throughout
the state will move on to the
,Florida High School Athletic
~Association Finals, which will
be-held Saturday, April 16, at
10:30 a.m. at the Kissimmee
Civtic Center. Nine more
qualifiers for each weight class
were determined by comparing
the totals from throughout the
state and announced April 6
after press time.
Willis won the
championship in the I19-
pound class with a 345-pound
total (180 bench press, 165
clean and jerk). Finishing
behind him was teammate
Lane Blanton, who had a 305
total(165, 140).
Keystone's Nick Vershaeve,
a state qualifier last year, also
earned a second-place finish.
He: had a 595 total (350, 245)
in the 199 class.
Bradford had one district
runner-up in Brian Blackshear,
who had a 465 total (215, 250)
kn 'te 139o '"tnr.""d Tamt
in the 129 class with a 365

toeyls 190 hd one third-
place finisher in John
McCormick, who had a 500
total (265, 235) in the 154

xtker achC pld fortK f
Bradford. Clayton had a 450
total (225, 225) li the 154
class, while Baker had a 530
total (275, 255) in the 199
cass.
tbst Bake County won
sedeil of the 10 weight classes.

BHS baseball

teim defeats
Raiders by 1
:BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Devin Paulk and David
Young drove in two runs
apiece to help the Bradford
baseball team defeat vising
Crescent City 6-5 on April 1.
Bradford (9-5) got doubles
frorn Jamie Bullington, Austin
Chipoletti, Nick Johnson,
Ry~an McKeowvn and Tyler
Yow~ell in winning its eighth
gamte -out of the last nine.
Johnson had one RBI.
Austin Wilkerson pitched
noinning eof relief in earning

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four finishes as well as
teaming up to help the 4x00~m
relay team to a second-place
finish as the ]Bradford boys'
fick inantdhef dnm st "di s adt
the 44th annual Gieorge Loper
Invitational, which was held
April 2 at Oakleaf High School
in Orange Park.
The Tornadoes finished with
82 points as a team. Ocala
Vanguard won the event with
1'76 points, followed by
Suwannee (102), Belleviewv
(87) and Ocala Forest (84).
Jamison earned the only win
for Bradford in the 100m with
a time I 1.10 seconds, which
allowed him to edge out Union
County's Bryan Holmes, who
had a time of 1 1.13 seconds.
Jonas placed third in the
sprint with a time of 11.19. He
also finished second to Holmes
in the 200m with a time of
22.70-
Jamison was fourth in the
200m with a time of 23.95-
Bradford's two sprinters
were also part of the 4x l00m
relay team, which had a limne
of 44.49.
The 4x41)0m and 4x800m
relays saw the T'ornadoes place
third and fourth, respectively,
with times of 3:46.13 and
9:09.77.
Andy Merrill took third in
the 3200m and fourth in the
1600m with times of I1:05.59
and .5:04.84. Scotty Peirce was
fourth in the 3200m with a
time of 1 1:32.35.
DaVontre Edmonds placed
fourth in the 800m with a time
of 2: 11.38, while James
Shannon was fourth in the
discus with a throw of 120'3"


Bradford's Isaiah Jamison (left) and Union County'
Bryan Holmes compete in the loom dash at the 44
annual George Loper Invitational.


Bryan Holmes, ,Samantha
( ook and Tiana Sheffield
combined for five wins afrd
ninle top-three finishes for the
Union County track and field
team at the 44th annual George
I.,oper Invitational, which was
held April 2 at Oakleaf High
School in Orange Park.
Holmes won a total of two
events for the boys' team,
which placed sixth with 48
points. He won the high jump
by clearing an even 6 feet and
won the 200m with a time of
22.47 seconds.
Also, Holmes was runner-up
in a close 100m dash. He had a
time of 11.13 and was edged
out by Bradford's Isaiah
Jamison, who had a time of
See TIGERS page 12B


Kenny Dinkins and
Da'Quan Blount also earned
points for the TIornladoes.
D~inkins and Blount were sixth
and seventh, respectively, in
the 400m with times of 55.55
andi 55.71, while Blount wvas.
sixth in the triple jump with a
distance of 36'7"
Shannon competed in the
shot put, finishing ninth writh a
distance of 3.5 while COIC
Whitehead was 101 in the
800m with a time of 2:34.39.
Amanda Hall led the
Bradford girls' team, placing
fourth in the 3200m with a
timle of 13:53.77 and placing
seventh in the 1600m with a


time of 6:34.84.
Bradf'ord, whiich placed
eighth in the teamn staundings
with 11 points, got seventh-
and eighth-place fi dishes,
respectively, from L~uciera
Hamm in the 200m and 100m.
She had times of 29.96 and
14.25.
D~eanna Jordan placed eighth
. in the 800m with a time of
3:32.78.
Alexis Graham was ninth in
the 100m with a time of 14.43,
while Victoria Hill was ninth
in the long jump wvith a
distance of 137'6 Hill was
also 11'" in the 200m w~ith a
time of 31.97.


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Oseola during the secoru#
round of the Kissimmes
Klassic on April 1.
Bradf'ord was trailing 4-2
when Strong hit a triple with;~
one out in the seventh. Site,
scored on a double by Johnsod.~
Wiggins singled to 'move
Johnson to third and stole.
second before Osceol~a-
recorded a strikeout for thb,
second out. A walk to Giauld
loaded the bases before i
flyout ended the game.
Wise and Winkler had Rfff.
singles in the second and fifth,:
respectively. ,
Johnson went 2-for-4 with
two doubles.
Jones gave up Six hits and~j
one walk, while striking oOIl
four.

BHS 10 C.F. Christian 3 .
hStrongrutit ao trip I andth;'
Tornadoes defeat pCentra/t
Florida Christian 10-3 during:
the third round of thale
Kissimmee Klassic on April 2,.
An RBI single by Johnsoln~i
and two errors al-lowed.::
Bradford to go up 3-0 after'i:
three innings. The TornadoeS'
then scored three runs in the.r
fourth, which featued a lead,
off, inside-the-park home runr!
by Strong. Wiggins and
Winkler each had an RBI:.
single in the inning
Strong, who wa 3-4, drove~e
in a run wit a trpe in te

tt of hoeur rnunisng ai ondson
driving in one with a single~
and errors scong htewo m -3.
while Winkler was 3-for-4.
Jones pitched the first four:`l
innings for the win, giving up!r
eight hits and two walks, while'
striking out four. Spriggle gave
up one hit and no walks to piclF:
up the save.


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29 in Glcn St. Ma~ry.
B~radflor~d, which improved to
7-0 in the district standings
with the win, got a three-run
homner from Johnson in the top
of the first, while Wiggins hit a
two-run shlot over the Icft-ficld
fence in a three-runi sixth,
Tfhe Wildlcats went up 4-3,
scoring a run in the third and
three in the fo~urth. A lead-off
triple and a two-run home run
by Giia Taylor helped Baker's
cause in thle fourth.
Wise, who was 2-for-3, hit a
single to leadl off Bradf'ord's
hallf of' the fifth andi scored on
aI triple by Strong. Strong
sco~rcc on a groundout hy
Johnoson to put Hroarordl up .5-

4In thie sixth, Winklcr led off
w~ith a single before Wiggings
homeredl. Kayla Tlucker later
bit nr Rm~ dloubc.
TIucker and Strong cach
finished 2-f'or-4, while Johnson
aini Wiggilns were each 2-for-

Jones gave up two earned
runs on eight hits and four
walks. She struck out four-

Pine Castle 5 BHS 1
Bradlford was held scoreless
for the first five innings of a .5-
1loss to Pine Castle Christian
to open play~ in the Kissimmee
Klassic on April 1
Johlnson, wvho reached on an
error in the sixth inning, scored
Bradford's only run off of a
single by Wiggins. The
Tornadoes, though, squandered
opportunities. Wiggins wvas left
stranded on third in the second
inning, while Tucker was
unabic to score in the third
after hitting a triple wvith one
out.
Wigginis finished the game
2-for-3.

Osceola 4 BHS 3 .
Theli Tlornadl~oes couldn't
qu~ite compiletce a comeback in
thle bottom1 of' thle seventh'
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of her runs in the third with a
single that scored Waters, who
reached on a w\alk and
advanced around the base
paths on a steal and an error.
In the bottom of the fifth,
Waters drew al lead-off wvalk
before Sing etary, a h
finished 2-for-3.homered.
Waters gave up two hits and
tinn \\amlksg vhls hiking out



KHCHS 2 Cantonment 1
Semione had w\hat proved to
be the game-winning RBI in
the sixth inning as Keystone
defeated Miami late
Cantonment 2-1 in the second
lound ofA thel Kissimmcee
Kassic on April 1.
The Indians had onli tour
hits, w\ith Walker go~ino~ 2-fo~r.
3. It w~as Walker whlo scored l
the w\inning run on Semione's
,single.
Ke)stone scored thle gamen's
first run in the thirdl. C'asis
drew\ a w\alk. mnoved to~ second l
on a ground ball by Harvin and
w\ent to thirJ on a pa~ssed ball.
She scored on a single by
Wells.
Cantonment scored a runl in
the seventh off of onle single,
twvo walks and a~ sacrifice fl.


KHHS 3 Riverview 2
A hlit batter with the bases
loaded in the second inning
forced a run home and proved
to be the difference in
Keystone's 3-2 win over
Sarasotat Riverview inl the third
round of the Kissimmee
Klassic on April 2.
All the game's runs were
scored in the first three
innings.
Casas led off the top half of
the first for the Indians with a
single and scored on a single
by Harvin. Harvin was
eventually forced out at home
on a single by Wells, but Wells
would score on a single by
Walker to put Keystone up 2-

0Rivcrview\'s G;illian
R~osenberge~r hlit a double in the
bottoml of thle first andIC SCOred
aIfter aI sacrfice h~unt anrd a
salcrifice fly~.
Theli Indtianls loadedl the b~se~s
inl the secondr w\ithiout a bit
whenci Wells wans hit by a pitch
to force a run home nd~rt mlake
it a 3-1 ::ame.
Rivecrview\'s' Rosenbel~rger
doubl~le aga;inl inl the thlird and ~
scored aIftr aI sacrifice hunt l





threec hits and e wlk Se


Waters
and five
seven.


Fi e up eightr hiir
wanlks, striking out


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47
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PrOperty (Rent,
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or..,,...ngl...,,......
tention to make any such
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tnau thncudes clldam
with parents or logal cus
'odlans, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
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not knowingly accept any
advertising lor reat estate
which Is In violation of
the law Our readers
are hereby Informed that
all dwellings advertised
In this newspaper aro
available on an equal
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& Accessories
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door $800 per month Of-
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sq ft on Edwards Road
for$1.200 Smith&lRSmith
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49
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for Sale
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INDEX
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52 Animals Sc Pets
53 Yard Sales
M4 Keystone Yard Sales
56 Tr te r Swap
57 For Sale
581 Buildin Materials
59 Persona Services
60 Secretarial Services
a2 Pttiumnflkvel


40 Notice
41 Vehicles Accessories
42 Motor Vehicles
4 V' & Campers
45 Landflor Sale
46 Real Estate Out ofr~rea
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
4 Homes Hr Sale
50 For RentosfrSae


63 Love Lines
64 Business Op ortunity
65 Help Want d
66 Investment O prtunity
R7 ttnn a~nd fr ent
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Stora
72 SportingeCod,,
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & C'omputer
Accessor r


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Notices



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BSHB
Continued from Page 28


three hits and struck out five in
relief.
Bradf'ord was scheduled to
play District 4-3A op~ponelt
Baldwin this pa"st Tue"sda~y and
will travel to lake Butler to
play U~nion County on
TIhursday, April 7, at 6 p.m.
'IThe T'ornadoes then host
Keystone Heights on Friday,
April 8., at 6 p.m.
On Monday, April 11,
Bradford hosts Crescent City
at 5:30 p.m. T'he Tornadoes
then travel to Gainesville to
play B~uchholz on Tfuesday,
April12, at 6p.m.

Earlier results:

Chiefland 6 BHS 3
~esp'ite extra-base hits from
Ga~ult, Johntson andl Strongi, the
TIornladoes lost -3to
Chieflandl in the first roundly of
Sthe Becll L~ady Buildog
Inlvitational on Marchi 18.
C~hiefland scored three runs
in the fifth that proved to be
the difference.
Strong was 3-for-3 with a
double and an RBI, while
Gault hit a solo homec run to
finish 1-for-3. Johnson was 1-
for-3 with a double and an

Norman andi Winkicr were
2-for-2 and 2-for-3,
respectively.
Jones gave up seven hits,
one w\alk and three earned
runs. She struck out five.

BHS 1 Godbye 0
Bradford earned a w\in in the
second round of the Lady
Bulldog Invitational by virtue
of a forfeit over Tlallahasscec
G~odby.

p~la srsto tle (outrnrlul nrt alic
suffered an inljury to one
during the first rounl. Tlhe
team, therefore, f'orfeited the
go rne w\ithl Bradl~fo~rd due to
be~ing aI play r shocrt.

BHS 2 Suwannee 1
Thell TIorna~doe~s c;pped play!
inl the La~dy uld



RHII. \\hIile Winkhler dlrove inl a
runl on a~ sacrifice..
Jonels plc\ up' four hits and ~


BHS 8 Baker County 5

aIs the Tornadltoes clinlched~ the


KSHHK
Continued from Page 28

w~ith a home game against
Columbia at 7 p.m.

Earlier results:

KHHS 5 Clay 0
Waters gave up one hit and
struck out 15 in Keystone's 5-
0 win over Clay on March 29
in Green Cove Springs
At the plate, Waters was 2-
for-3 with a triple .and two
RBI. Rachel Wells had the

e dins ,amhontidbT 2 bfref
scoring three runs in the top of
the seventh -
Harvin went 2-for-4 with a
double.

KHHS 5 Everglades 0
Singletary hit a home run
and drove in three runs in the
Indians' .5-0 win ov'er 101h-
ranked~ Miami Ransom
Everglades in the first rpund of
the Kissimmee Klassic on
April 1.
The Indians went up 2-0 in
the first. Casas hit a lead-off
double and eventually scored
on a passed-ball, while Wells,
w\ho reached on a wHalk, scored
on single by Walker,
Singletary drove in the first


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County Telegraph Box
Drawer A, Starke, FL.
32091.
SEEKING SALES REP.
to sell subscriptions for
Our newspapers. Com-
mission only. Earn up to
$300/week. Part-time,
Call 386-344-2957.
UNIlON COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. Please
call Mike or Trish 386-
496-2182.
IMMEDIATE OPENING Key-
stone Heights office seek-
ing individual for highly
detailed office/computer
work. Must be well-eldu-
catod, a quick-learner,
detail oriented and de-
pondable Construction
knowledge hlolpful. After-
rioon/ovenings and somo
wookend hours required.
Salary commensurate
with experience No smok.
ing. 352-318-9751.
TEMPORARY FARM LA-
BOR: Clark& Co., Shelby,
MS, has 2 positions .for
rice, cotton & oilseed
crops 3 mths experience
required w/ references.
valid and clean DL; tools'
palytman pr ded tr nd
& subsistence expenses
reimb; $9.10/hr; work
period guaranteed from
4/17/11 -12/15/11. Ap-
ply at the nearest State
Workforce Agency with
Job Order 30795


TEMPORARY FARM LA-
BOR: Moseley Farms,
Abbeville, AL, has 10
positions for cotton haul-
ing. 3 mths experience
required w/ references;
valid and clean DL; tools'
equipment, housing and
daily trans provided; trans
& subsistence expenses
reimb.; $9.12/hr; work
period guaranteed from
4/23/11 -2/23/12. Ap-
ply at the nearest State
Workforce Agency with
Job Order 642466.
TEMPORARY FARM LA-
BOR: Morris & Morris
I-arms, Shorter, AL, has
1 position for oilseed
crops. 3 mths experience
required w/ references;
valid and clean DL; tools,
equipment, housing and
daily trans provided; trans
& subsistence expenses
roimnb.; $912/hr; work
period guaranteed from
4/1~0/11 -12/28/11. Ap-
ply at the nearest State
Workforce Agency with
Job Order 642219.
EXPERIENCED Mechanic
needed at Vanzant Auto
& Diesel Repair of Starke.
Must have own tools. Call
DOR nRO H4 ME -4 1
ING businesses to create
leads for a local credit
card processing company
352-538-0556
EX PERIENCED LINE
COOKS, Gator Bait
S~pot Bar, Melrose. 352-


certified. CPR certified
and First Alde certified
Call 386-496-1062.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC Correction
of termite & water-dain
aged wood & sills. Level
ing & raising H-ouses/
Bidgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demnolition jobs. Free Es.
timates. Danny (Buddy)
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FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH i
& land packages. 1-800.
284-1144.
JERRY'S H-AULING WE
BUY JUNK CATIS, with
or without tillos! WIII pick
tipanywhloro Ulpto$150
Call 904-2 St):193650r 004.
782 gagg
YARDI WORKc- MOWIN;.
$2blUP: ralkingl to, bs &
mioval, mulchIng1 L.ow
rates. Ilc~onsod & Inlsured
Local 904-96~4-845i0
NEED AFFOR~DABLE SAFE
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mother inl SIaRke is CPR/
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rates ne otia~bl -7 ,
references
LAWNS MOWED, hedges
trimmed, light tree trim,
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leave message 352-473-
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and a P'arts & Service
Representativee Must
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Thursday, Apr~il 7, 2011 Telegraph, Times St Monitor B Section


Joshua Allen Ward, 21, 'of
Lake Butler was arrested April
1 by SPD officers for~retat~ll
theft. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
April 1.
John Augustas Waters, 51,
of Hampton was, arrested
March 10 by HPD officers for
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. He was released
on March 30.
Jeremiah Patrick Wexler, 33,
of Starke was arrested March
30 by SPD officers for larceny.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Deborah Wood, 51, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 30 by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for failure to
appear in court.


possession of less than 2;0
grams of marijuana and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was released on
April 3.
Charles Brandon Stuckey,
38, of Lawtey was arrested
March 29 by BCSO deputies
for battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond March 30.
Mranda Lee Taylor, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested April 3
by BCSO deputies for DUI.
She was released on April 3. .

4Vir inia Ckherist ne Wa toend
Aril 2 by BCSO d duties for.
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.


Hlampton \vas arrested March
29 by Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond April 2.
Cory Emerson Howell, 22,
of Lake City was arrested
'March 30 by UCSO Deputy,
Whitehead for burglary of an
unoccupied .structure and
larceny. Investigation
indicated that he had allegedly
pawned a Lincoln welder and a
miter saw that was illegally
removed from a closed shed in
Lake Butler.
Additional charges of
burglary of a dwelling and
petit theft were added on
March 31 after further
investigation revealed that
Howell had allegedly pawned
a circular saw` that had been
illgally ermoe from another
residence~~~ inLk ul
Reginald Dennard Jackson
arl, 8, ofLawteyC ws da ousted
for battery and disturbing the
peace. He was released on
March 31 -
Charlie Jonas, 23, of Starke
was arrested March 31 by
CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Justin Shoumond Johnson'
25, of Lake Butler was arrested
April I by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead on % warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
being held on no bond.
Joshua John Knipp, 27, of
Hampton was arrested March
31 by HPD officers for
possession of
methamphetamines, possession
of opium-derivative drugs,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, child
neglect without great harm and
cruelty to children without
great harm. Total bond was
$41,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.


Recent affeStS

in Bradford,

Clay or Union
The following individual s
wiere arrested recently by local
daw enforcement officers in
~Bradford,e U ghtsor Ca

counties:
SGary Abrams, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 1 by Clay County
-Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for violation of art
:injunction for protection. On
rApril 3, a second count of
violation of an injunction for
protection was added.
'Shirley Marie Alexander,
46, of Starke was arrested
March 31 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released on
tjond March 31.
Freddie Allen, 42, of
;Panama City was arrested
:March 31 and booked into the
iBradford County Jail fo'r
Driving while license is
suspended or revoked, driving
with an out-of-state license
while his Florida license was
revoked and possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
He was released on March 31.
James Stephen Bellflower,
'37, of ,Starke was arrested
':April 3 by Bradford County
Sheriff's Office (BCSO)
deputies on two counts of
violation_ of probation for
original felony offenses. He
Swas being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
Time.
Dyon Anthony Biggs, 36, of
IJack~sonville was arrested
SMarch 31 as a fugitive from
justice. He is wanted on a
warrant from another state. He
remained in the Bradford
Cottnty Jail as of press time,
pending9 pick-up by the other
state.
Brian Keith Blackshear, 37,
of Melrose was arrested March
:29 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
possession o bpfe and
possession of cocaine with
intent to sell. Bond was set at
$60,000 and he was released
:on bond March 30.
James CarrolIl, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April I by CCSO deputies on
:warrants for felony doliestic

banC earnde Jefrs Cobb, 51
of Starke was arrested April 2
by BCSO deputies for DUI
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond April


~Jacksonville was arrested April
3 by L Iawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
assault, disorcdprly conduct,
resisting an oraicer without
violence and carrying, a
concealed electric weapon.
Bond was set at $'5,000 and he
was released on bond April 4.
Darlene Denise Dubois, 40,
of Jacksonville was arrested
April 3 by LPD officers for
disorderly conduct and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set sit
$1,000 and she was released
on bond April 3.
Cynthia Elaine Forehanid,
41, of Jacksonville was
arrested April 4 by BCSO
deputies for failure to appear
in court. Bond was set at
$2,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
John Henry Gibbs, 34, of .
Worthington Springs was
arrested April 3 by UCSO
Deputy Brett Handley for
battery. An altercation on
April 3 between John Henry
Gibbs and Ashley Gibbs, 27,
resulted in the couple allegedly
striking one another. Ashley
Gibbs was charged by sworn
complaint with battery.
Noah Goodin, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 30 by CCSO deputies
for domestic battery.
IBetty Kirby Green, 56, of
Brooker was arrested March
31 by Florida Highway Patrol
troopers for DUI. Bond was set
at $2,000 and she was released
on bond April 1.
Nyviera Nichole Green, 20,
of Gainesville was arrested
March 29 by BCSO deputies
for failure to appear in court
for an original misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set at $4,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Vertince Green, 24, of Lake *
Butler was arrested April 4 by
UCSO Capt. H.M. Tomlinson


28 by BCSO deputies for DUI
and refusing a DUI test. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she was
released on bond March 28.
William Charles Miller, 41
of Starke was arrested March
31 by BCSO deputies for
production of marijuana. Bond
was set at $15,'000 and he
remained in.-jail as of press
time.
'Joshua Moynihan, 23, of
Melrose was arrested April 2
by CCSO deputies for
violation of probation.
Robin Neri, 49, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 2
by CCSO deputies for grand
theft.
SDaniel Nichols, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 29 by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for grand theft.
On March 31, an additidnzil
eight counts of grand theft
were added to his charges.

James Decosta Peele, 38, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
3 by SPD officers for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was' released on
April 3.
Fred Perry, 43, of Keystone
Heights was arrested March 28
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original misdemeanor charge.
He was released on March 28.
Christina Michelle Reed, 36,
of Starke was arrested April 1
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Shaun Rhodes, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 29 by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for grand theft.
On March 31, an additional six
counts of grand theft were
added and an eighth count of
grand theft was added on April

Carl Leonard Rigdon. 35, of
Sanderson was arrested March
28 by SP.D. officers for
possession of narcotic
equipment. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released onl
bond March 29.
Stephanie Elaine Starling.
39, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 3 by SPD officers for
larceny. Bond was set at
S2o500r sndt he remained in jail

Seth Robley Stephens, 30, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
3 by SPD officers for


after he turned himself in and Pu ihe atn 2 f
wase chargedo vin lation to Lake Butler was arrested April
thre cuns o vilaionof 3 by UCSO De~puty David
probation for original felony Shnfo oesin flss
'charges. He was-geleased on- Shari-' fgrm pof ntsiriuna of
his on reogniznce.and possession of a controlled
James Eric Griffis, 23, of substance without a
Graham was arrested March 29 prescription.


by BCSO deputies for resisting
an o ficer, assaulting an
office ,d batterythand criminal
misc Bofwit property
dmage. Bodwas set a
Jali00 Ofd pdhemeemained -in

Virginia Diane Harvey, 42'
of Glen St. Mary was arrested
March 30 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
burglary of a structure and
larceny-


Shawn Aymiara Martin, 39)
of Starke was arrested Marc
29) by SPD officers for
resisting an offiicer without
violence. Bond was set at
sl,000p~ sdt se remained in jail

Joshua Allen Matthews, 27,
of Lawtey was arrested April 3
by BC.SO deputies for grand
theft auto. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.








128 Telegraph, Times at Monitor B Section Thurs'day, April 7, 2011


Sc haul, 4x800
team high ig t
KHHS girls

performances
at county meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regionral News/Sports Edlitor
Emily Schaul was a member
of the third-place 4x800m
relay team and earned a fourth-
place finish as an individually a
the Keystone Heights gir s
track and field team competed
at the Clay County meet on
Ap lia Osteen, Raquel Doty
O' Kelly and Christina
Brantley joined Schaul on the
4x800m team, which finished
with a time of I 1:33.
Schaul pt-aced fourth in the
3200m with a time of 14:30.
At ..the Ron Riddle
Invitational at' Clay High
School- on Feb. 7, Schaul
finished' as runner-up in Its~
3200m with a time of I3:26.
Madison Colaw earned a pair
of fourth-place finishes in the
400~m and 1600m with times of'
1:10 antd 6: 13.
Schaul had one of
Keystone's three wins at a
four-team meet' in St.
Augustine on Feb. '22. She
placed first in the 3200m with
a time of 13:40.
Brantley won the 400m with
a time of 2:47 and won the
long jump with a distance of
14'6".
Colaw was second in the
1600m with' a time of 6:20,
while Doty-O' Kelly was
second in the 300m hurdles
with a time of 58.1 seconds.
ODoty-O Kellexa GSc In ,
made up the second-place
4x800m -team, which had a
tiHann Cae had third-place
finishes in the 100m (14.35),
400m: (l:08) and 300m hurdles

OnMardchb7 h Idans

School, earning two runner-up
tiih s ha l h 2 0
Crane took fourth in the
100m with a time of 14.32.
Brantley won two events at a
five-team meet in St.
Augustine on March 14. She
ran Jhe 800m in 2:441 and
finished tied with teammate*
Crane in the long jump with a
distance of 14'2".
Schaul won the 3200m1 with



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approximately 5 feet better
than that of runner-up
Shaneese Bailey of University
Christian.
Sheffield won one event and
was runner-up in two others
for the girls' team, which
placed fifth with 6.5 points.
Sheffield crossed the line first
in the 100m hurdles with a
time of 16.30, while finishing
second in the 300m hurdles
with a time of 51.22. She was
second in the triple jump with
a distance of 32'6.75".
Sheffield also earned a third-
place finish in the long jump
with a distance of 15' 10.5".
Nancy Slocum earned a
third-place finish in the 200m


with a time of 28.55 and a
fourth-place finish I the 400m
with a time of 1:04.17. She
was also seventh in the 300m
hurdles with a time of 1:06.77.
'The boys' team got a third-
place finish from Cole Temes.
in the 1600m with a time of
4:59.23, while Justin Tyson
was fifth in the 100m with a
time of 11.29.
Kyle Chaffin also competed
for the boys' team, placing
ninth and 10*', respectively, in
the 800m and 1600m with
times of 2:34.29 and 5:54.60.
***
Afy life has a superb cast
but I can't figure out the
plot. --AshlegRh Brill/ant


a time of 13: 18.
Cranle was second in the
1001n with a time of 13.99,
w\\hile the 4x800m team of
Doty-O'Kelly, Brantley,
G;oodwin antd Schaul was
second with a time of 13:20. .
Doty-O'Kelly placed third in
thre 300m hurdigs with a time
of 57..5, while Crane~was third
in the 200m with a time of
29.25 .
Also placing third were
Ostecn in the 1600m (6:24)
andi TIrimble in~ the 800m
(2:50)
***
The purpose of life is a
life of purpose,
--Robert Bvrne


Nancy Slocum com-
petes in the 200m for
the Tigers.


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