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USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida Thursday, April 28, 2011 131st Year 39th Issue 75 CENTS


Worth Noting


Veterans office
closed next week
T-he Bradfordl County Veteran Ser-
vices Office will be closed on May
3-5 while VS;O Barbar~ Fischer is at a
training conference. The office will re-
open on' May 10. Normal hours are on
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. and on Wednesdays from 2 to 6
p.m. For more information, please canl
90r-3648043 or 904-966-6385.




Prescription
Drug Take Back .
this Saturday
Bradford County Sheriff's Office
is participating in the DEA's National
Prescription Drug Take Back, setting
up two'sites where citizens can drop un-
used or unwanted prescription medica-
tions for proper disposal -no questions
asked. -
Sites will be set up this Saturday,
April 30, in the parking lot of the Brad-
ford County Courthouse and at the in-
tersection of Southeast Eighth Avenue
and Southeast 38th Street in Spee~dville.
Drop-offs will be open from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m.




Ya rd sale benefits
Take Stock program
Take Stock in Children, a program
of Communities in Schools of Bradford
County, will hold a spring cleaning
yard sale on Friday and,Saturday, April
29 and 30, from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
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 904-964-7776.






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 for ages 11 and up; ages
4I-10 enter with $10 advance tickets or
o1 ithtthe door. Corporate tble fr rlpg
and include a private server, dessert and
a goodie ba .
For more information, please call Al-
lison Durrance at 904-966-6787.






Day of Prayer
observed May 5
T`he National Day- of Pray-er w\ill be
observed at the Bradford County Court-
house on T`hursday. May 5,at noon. The
theme this yerar is "A Might). Fortress is
our God.'' based on Psalm 9 1:2, and e-
e~ryone is invite~d to attend and take part
in this family gathering.
Bring law\n chairs and a fan as it is
alw\ays hot. Also. bring w\ith yo-u names
of military service persons so they may
be offered up in prayer.
For more information call 904-966-
2498 or go to \vwwn-.nationalday-of-
pray er.or~g.


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A tanning bed owner in Bradford
County has been accused of -betraying
female clients ~by videotaping their ses-
sions.
Doyce Dean Griffis, 47, is accused
of watching and videotaping an untold
number of cl ients -women and girls -
through a two-way mirror over an 11-
year period.
According to Bradford County Sher-
iff's Capt. Brad Smith, Griffis charged
clients to use a tanning bed located in
a barn behind his home on Southeast
128'" Street, off of Griffis Loop. The
service wasn't advertised, and it is un-
known if Griffis even had a license,
although the setup was described as
professional. Business was attracted by
word of mouth, and clients would pay
'around $2 per 20-minute session to use
the tanning bed.
Griffis' illegal activities came to
light, Smith said, after two recent cli-
ents felt uncomfortable, as if they were
being watched. After they reported their
suspicions, BCSO Detective Sgt. Kevin
Mueller confronted Griffis, wvho report-
edly admitted to having a two-way mir-
ror and filming those clients who com-
pletely disrobed.
Those clients included teenage girls
as young as 14 years old. His most re-
cent recording was made Tuesdhy, the
day of his arrest.
Seized from Griffis' residence were
four large boxes of VHS videotapes,
more than 30 8 mm tapes, 41 DVDs
and two memory cards. Authorities

Takninto cs edhi t ecsc npught,
multiple charges against Giriffis will
reportedly include voyeurism and pro-
duction of child pornography.
Mueller's investigation continues,
but the total number of victims is un-
known at this time.
Given the years in operation and the
amount of footage, the number of vic-
tims could be quite high.


if you think you may
be a vi~ct~im or know
Of someone who may
be a victim, please
contact Detective Sgt.
Kevin Mueller at
904-966-6304
or k mueller@
bradfordshteriff. org.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A Jacksonville man died tragically
in Bradford County sometime over the
weekend while piloting an experimen-
tal aircraft.
The crash scene was -discovered -on
Sunday by the man's wife, who drove
to their Bradf'ord County property after
becoming worried that she hadn't heard
from him.
Capt. Brad Smith said the Sheriff's
office was notified of the plane crash
around 9 p.m. on April 24. The crash
occurred in northwest Bradford off of
C.R. 225.
When law enforcement and fire-
fighters arrived, Smith said they found
a "yellow and orange ultra-light type
of plane" crumpled on top of the pilot
along the edge of a tree line a couple of
hundred yards away from a grass land-
ing strip.
Smith later identified the pilot as
53-year-i61d Michael Allen Shultz, and
his wife as Susan ShultzMichael Shultz
had driven.down to Bradford County
on Saturday morning to work on his


Authorities catch murder suspect in Bradford


__


Doyce Dean Griffis


The deceased pilot was discovered with the wreckage of. his experimental aircraft.


Experimental aircraft pilot dies in crash


Michael Allen Shultz and his wife, Susan.


planes, but did not return home as ex-
pected on Sunday afternoon,
According to statement she released
through the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office, Susan Shultz said the FAA is
investigating the cause of th'e crash, al-


though, according to Capt. Smith, there
are no indications of foul play. The
Medical Examiner's Office in Gaines-
ville is involved trying to determine the
exact cause and approximate time of
the man's death,


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor -


Bargo was recently dating. Bargo, who
has been fingered as the mastermind and
shooter, was reportedly fueled by jeal-
ousy and hatred of Jackson, Wright's
former boyfriend.
Also charged in the murder are Kyle
Lonnie-Duan Hooper, 16, Charlie Kay
Ely, 18, and Justin E. Soto, 20.
The stepfather of two of the suspects,
37-year-old James Young Havens III,
wvas also arrested, charged with help-
ing dispose of the body and evidence
and helping suspects flee the area. He
w\as apparently responsible for bringing
Bargo to Bradford County.
Jackson's parents notified authorities
April 18 that their son had been miss-
ing~for a day. The next day, Hooper's
mother called the Marion County Sher-
iff's Office and said her son had been
a witness to Jacktson's murder. Hooper
pro\-ided details and named the other
individuals involved.
Officials report that the murder w\as
premeditated.\ with the girls used to lure
Jackson to Ely s home in Summerfield.
Halens has posted bond, but those
charged w\ith murder remain in jail or
juvenile detention in Marion County.
A funeral for Jackison w\as held on
April 23.


A suspect in a gruesome Marion
Country murder case w:as captured in
Bradford County last week during a late
night raid led by Sheriff Gordon Smith.
A series of leads allowedd Marion
County- investigators to track 18-year-
old Michael Shane Bargo Jr. to resi-
dence at 9796 N.W. C.R. 225 on April
19. w\here off-duty Bradford deputies
and BU~STED unit member hissisted in
setting up surveillance of the property
around I 1:.30 p.m.
According to Bradford County Sher-
if'f's Offlice Capt. Brad Smith. as the
residence w\as being monitored. a snip-
er team reported a disturbalnce in the
backward. Sheriff Smith ordered olffi-
cers into action. l\ith more than a dozen
converging on the scene.
Though he was found in the backward
holding a large fishing knife. Burtgo sur-
rendered without a fight and \\as taken
into custody.
Capt. Smith said other individuals at
the residence were questioned and re-
leased. *
Bargo is one five people charged w\ith
first-degree murder in the brutal slating


Michael Shane Bargo
of 15-\ear-old Seath Ti\ler Jackson in
M~arion C'ounty. Accordiing to authori-
ties. Jackson w~as lured to a residence.
then beaten and shot multiple times.
His life~less bod\ \\as placed in a sleep-
ing bag and burned. and the ashes hid-
den in sev-eral paint cans.
Bargo \\as reportedly- upset that Jack-
son had hit one of` the other suspects ar-
rested. 15~-icar-old Amber Wriglht. 11ho


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication


*Phone (904) 964-6305


*Fax (904) 964-8628


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National Teacher Day is a day
for honoring teachers and recog-
nizing the lasting contributions
they make to our lives. Congress
declared March 7. 1980, as Na-
tional Teacher Day for that y~ear
only. The National Education
Association and its affiliates
continued to observe National
Teacher Day ~in March until
1985, when the NEA Represen-
tative Assembly voted to change
the event to Tuesday of the first
full week of May.
In May of 2009, a bill was
introduced in Congress that cre-
ated a national day of teacher
recognition on the first Tuesday
of the first full week of May.
On National Teacher Day, thou-
sands of communities take time
to honor their local educators
and acknowledge the crucial
role teachers play in making sure
every student receives a quality
education.
Local ly, Teacher Appreciation
Day, May 3, is being celebrated
all week with activities planned
May 2-6 at Bradford High School
with a special wrap up event' on
May 11.
Beth Atwood, member of the
BHS School Advisory Com-
mittee, said, "Teachers are not
always acknowledged for what
they do. For the biggest part,
people are behind the teachers,
but they are also quick to blame
and to criticize. They are not as
quick to compliment a teacher
who has gone the extra mile.
"With the money we have in
the SAC budget, wve try to sup-
ply the students with things that
the teachers have to pay for out
of their own pockets. Next week
we want to do something person-
al for the teachers to show them
that we do appreciate what they
have done since school started on
Aug. 2.3 a'nd what they will con-
tinue to do through die end of the
school year."
Some of the events planned For
the week are:
*Meals for the teachers in the
teacherS' lounge.
*Daily drawings for prizes
during morning announcement


tion has been added to the sched-
ule yet, however<
Other projects include the re-
surfacing of Call Street (S.R.
230) from U.S. 301 to the Clay
country line (52.9 million from
2012-2015), rebuilding the rail-
road crossing near C.R. 18 in
Brooker ($250,000 in 2014),
constructing a sidewalk on Bes-
sent Road (5576,000 in 2013)
and resurfacing C.R. 230A from
C.R. 100A to S.R. 230 ($159,000
in 2012). .
Finally, resurfacing of U.S.
301 from Alligator Creek to
Carter Road north of. Law~tey is
on the current schedule ($3.3
million with primary construc-
tion in 2014).
How funds are allocated for
2016 will depend on the county's
input. Public hearings on tenta-
tive plans will take place in Oc-
tober.
Although it goes a long way,
the billions earmarked for the
district won't come close to
meeting actual needs, Green
said. The most obvious example
is the Starke bypass. Even when
construction funds become avail-
able, the project will need to be
built in two-lane segments, then
eventually expanded to four
lanes,
Still, county commissioners
were encouraged to hear that
transportation wasn't suffering
like some other state agencies,
and Green said they are plan-
ning to build fully funded county
grant programs. Chairman Ed-
die Lewis said it's the first good
news he's heard coming from the
state in a while.
Some projects the county has
listed as priorities include North-
east 19th Avenue, Southeast
52""' Avenue, Southwest 104th
Averie, Northwest C.R. 125,
Northeast 173rd Street, Southeast
C.R. 221, Northwest C.R. 225A,
Southwest C.R. 225, Southwest
C.R. 231, Southwest C.R. 237
and Southeast C.R. 325.


3Y MARK J. CRAWFORD
Te~legraph Editor

Jordan Green rural area trans-
portation deielopment engineer
for the Florida Department of
Transportation appeared before
the country commission Monday
to solicit suggestions of future
ro~ad projects.
DOT` has a fiv:e-year program
of projects in each country, and
as one y~ear ends, additional fu-
ture w\ork is scheduled. This go-
around, DOT is looking for sug-
gestions for fiscal y'ear 2017.
DOT is also seeking sugges-
tions for its various grant pro-
grams, which are the primary
revenue source for maintenance
on county roads.
Green also gave some bacl-
ground on DOT. Looking at the
funding allocated for this multi-
county transportation district
through fiscal year 2016, nearly
$2.25 billion was allocated for
what DOT calls its product: con-
struction projects, right of way
acquisition, public transportation"
and local government grant pro-
grams used to conduct roadwork
on local roads.
Of that amount, more than
$1.65 billion is spent on con-
struction projects in the district,
$273.5 million on right of way
acquisition, $190.7 million ori
public transportation, and the
rest, $129.5 million on other ar-
eas, including the county grant
atvards.
Many millions more are spent
on project support, research, en-
vironmental mitigation and the
operation ad~ maintenance of
DOT facilities.
The three separate segments of
the Starke rural bypass already
have'a total of nearly $700,000 in
engineering funds budgeted for
next year in the current five-year
work program. Right of way ac-
quisition funding is programmed
froIw201 3 to 2015 -nearly $52.5
million. No funding for construc-


BHS science teacher Lamiriam Johnson


time.
A luncheon on early release
day, May I1.
^Ilf you, as an individual, has,
.or have had, a child or were a
student at BHS and you want to
thank a teacher, you can send a
card or note to school wvith your
child or mail it to the attention
o( that teacher to Bradford High
School, 581I N; Temple Ave.
Starke, FL 32091i Those of you
with e-malil may want to contact
them with a short word of thanks
in their inbox.
If your organization, busi-
ness or restaurant would like to
contribute items for drawings
for door prizes, food (breakfast,
pizza, wings, fried chicken, bbq,
etc.) for mealS, or` make mone-
tary co~ntributions'towards meals
teachers next week, please con-
tact Ulysses Woods, BHS assis-
tant prh~icipal, at 904-966-6080
or Beth Atwood, SAC member,
at 904-769-9506.
Santa Fe College is sponsor-


ing food for a May 11 luncheon
in the BHS Media Center. Local
businessmen_ have volunteered.
to cook and serve. Churches are
preparing homemade desserts.
"The community has been
very, very helpful and everyone
we have called has wanted to
participate to help celebrate our
great teachers-at BHS," Atwood
said.
Submitted by Lornla Reddish .




To' contribute food,
priZOS Of Other
donations, contact
UlySse Wo ds,

904-966-6080,
Or Beth A twood'
904- 769-9506.


jBY MARK J. CRAWFORD site coordinator Avery Shell at
Telegraph Editor 904-964-2435 or alshells@hot-
mail.com' ~
:Starke Chrch ofGo by Faith .- h surecity -c a Starke's annual

again this summer to offer en- through 17 begins June 13 and
ri smeotl gpotne .to mid- runs through Autlr g,7h ramto
The AMP summer program- The cost is $400 per child, which
which is ~short for Achieving must be paid by the first day of
Maximum Potential--is funded camp (rare exceptions made
through a 21" Century Com- based on hardship).
munity Learning Center Grant The eight-week program of-
from the Department of Edu- fers participants free breakfast
cation. It is an extension of the and lunch, a mixture of hot and
after-school program for middle cold meals. Kids stay busy most
school students that takes place days playing sports and table
during the school year, but it also games or participating in arts and
open to students who will be en- crafts activities with others their
tering sixth grade in the fall. own age, and watching weekly
.There is no charge to attend movies with popcorn and soda.
the program, which will run Starke Recreation Director Al-
from June 27 through Aug. 8, ica McMillian also said they try
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday to bring in some workshops that
through Friday. Transportation help build character, and kids
to and from the church's com-
munity center on S.R. 16 is pro-
vided to thoaekwho nedu bn r
quest~PA IN it rafs n uc r a r h T


who need some academic help
can spend time studying with
an i.l-hou'Se tutor~for 30 minutes
twc atey has rented the RJE
gymnasium on Pine Street from
the Conce ned Citizens aa ng t

well. Not all activities take place
Son site, however. Several option-
al ,leld trips will be scheduled
throughout the summer, each for
an additional $20 or less. The
group also goes to see movies at
the Florida Twin downtown ($6
per trip).
Pick up an application at city
hall, or download the application
at the city of Starke Web site
www.cityofstarke .org. '
For more information, contact
McMillian at 9041-964-6792 or
amemillian@cityofstarke.org.


provided.

to pr v de ademi ec lurannn d
recreational opportunities to stu-
dents in this age range. Though
certainly not restricted by race,

phaetn 4th emeono uszpol ti 1,
social and cultural contributions
of African-Americans. That w\ill
include exposure to African-
American music, dance, cuisine,
etc., as w\ell as field trips that fo-
cun on the contributions of Afri-
In addition, there will bt;gaily
enrichment in the areas of,math,
reading and science wvith certi-
fied teachers, and sports and
other recreational activitieS
Plus, students w\ill participate in
a summer-long .learning project.
'The program is primarily for
those w\ho show the most aca-
demic need. For public school
students, that usually means
they score at Level I or II on the
FCAT. The program is also open
to private school students w\ho
qualify as w\ell,Priority ivill be
shown for students most in need
of enrichment services, but oth-
ers may be accepted as space is
available.
Parents will need to complete
an application by June 20. Ap-
plications are available at Brad-
ford Middle School, all county
elementary schools and at the
Starke Church of God by Faith
Community Learning Center.
For more information, contact


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Remember to thank your teachers


County, DOT discuss road projects


B pass
discussion to
COntinue
DOT officials wvill be back
before the county commission
on Ma\ 2 to provide some more
detail on the status of the bypass
project and talk about a public
hearing coming up at the end of
Ma .
The hearing is being advertised
for Thursday~, May 26, at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds-
The public will be invited to view
exhibits related to the project and
DOT personnel will be avail-
able to answer questions. At 6:30
p.m., staff will convene the hear-
ing and open the floor for public
comment on the project.

RailfOad

repair COuld
disrupt traffic
According to County Manager
Brad Carter, repairs will be made
to the U.S. 301 railroad crossing
between Wendy's and Elliano's
May 14-16. Carter said the coun-
ty .has been firm that it doesn't
want lane closures to dump traf-
fic onto local roads.
Sheriff Gordon Smith agreed
that doing .so in the past has re-
suited in a great deal of dam-
age to side streets as even large
trucks look for alternative routes
through neighborhoods that can't
handle the traffic.
Smith said resources will be
deployed to detour traffic to the
appropriate locations, but it will
be a chore. He also pointed out
that when longer coal trains have
tO be walked through the cross-
ing, it won't be 301 alone that is
blocked, but S.R. 100 and S.R.
16--even Market Road. This
could potentially pose a problem
for emergency services.


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NOTICE OF BUDGET AMI~ENDMENTS

THE CITY OF STARE WILL BE ADOPTING THE FOLLOWING
AMENDMENTS FOR THE 2010 2011 BUDGET.

ALL CONCERNED CITIZENS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE CITY
COMMISSION MEETING TUESDAY, MAY 3, 2011 AT 7:00 P.M.
LOCATED AT CITY HALL, 209 N. THOMPSON STREET, STARE,
FLORIDA.

PROPOSED BUDGET AMENDMENTS
cIrv or sTARKE
FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011
GENERAL SPECIAL ENTERPRISE
FUND REVENUE FUNDS TOTALS
FUNDS

:: = SBEOUU FRARD $ 36.933 $10,0 $1,20 $483
E: .INTEGOE RNMENTAL:


::: :::T :RVEU $2,256 S 233,488


I MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE:I 53 35f f~~~
TOTAL REVENUE, ) 25,5'711 0 $ 295,8901 $321,261
TOTL REVENUES & OTHER FINANCING OUCS: $25,571 SO $295.690 $321,261


GENERAL SPECIAL ENTERPRISE TOTALS
FUND REVNUE FUNDS
FUNDS

EXPENDITURES AND OTHER FUND USES


GNRLFUND 562.504
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS $ 10,000
ENTERPRISE FUNDS $9,9


TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES~- $62.504 $10.000 5295.6901 $368,,194
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Proposed comp plan changes

designed to make county greener

SY MARK J. CRAWFORD existing urban land where such vehicles.
Telegraph Editor facilities are already available. making efficient use of ener-
One policy addition pledges gy resources by encouraging use
A periodic review of the coun- the county to support state efforts of woody biomass as an energy
tyfs comprehensive plan, which to maintain funding for programs resource.
provides goals for future growth, like Florida Forever that assist In addition, several .policies
has resulted in a number of pro- in acquire and preserve natural that address school concurrency
posed additions that commit the spaces. have been condensed into single
county to a mnore environmen- Road projects should be statement that says the county,
tally sensitive approach to devel- planned to create complete gl~unicipalities and school board
opment. streets,,or streets that enable safe will coordinate on school facility
As an example of changes rec- transportation for all uses, includ- planning in accordance with their
ommended in the county's eval- ing destrians and bicyclists. interlocal agreements.
uation and appraisal report, lan- Anotluar policy recommended in According to county Zoning
guage has been added to future the review states the county will Director Nora Thompson, the
land use goals to emphasize that better its transportation network EAR does not reflect a reduction
development should be directed with Jmprovements like marked in the development buffer around
awayr from natural resources crosswalks, wider sidewalks, on- Camp Blanding as recommend-
to areas that are -already served street parking, bike lanes, etc. ed. This is based on information
available utilities. One objective Commits the coun- from Camp Blanding that the
This is meant to help curb ty to working with cities to create buffer has not changed and there
greenhouse gas emissions, limit a bicycle network and encourage is ongoing litigation with Clay
urban sprawl and enhance the the installation of bicycle facili- Couilty regarding the buffer.
quality of life in the county. It ties at public, commercial and The development buffer
will also help protect develop- recreation areas. around wetlands would be re-
ment from wildfire and flood Some other commitments in duced from 3.1 to 25 feet if the
hza";rd~s."f;rillTn~~voififfy'o~id'b dei- tW~irk onir~prihr 'tY]TifaenP "'?ri;;n fi~il;. nH re a proved.
e~gated fort m~ixedruse ;develop- mentsinclude: s 0 -Obe amendment would also raise
nt~ents that provide economic and encouraging the construction the number of lots from eight to
housing opportunities in more of energy efficient housing. nine when requiring paved roads
densely ~populated areas that re- educating residents on liome in new subdivisions. This makes
flect a more efficient use of land energy reduction strategies, the requirement consistent with
ajld address vehicle carbon emis- using smart growth approach- the -efinition of minor subdivi-
s~ons by reducing the number of es to decrease the amount of im- sions in the land development
njiles traveled. Such mixed-use pervious cover associated with regulations.
developments can! be used to pro- the footprint of development. As Thompson told the coun-
njote walking and biking. coordinating with the water ty commission last week, the
SNew language also requires the management district an munici- changes being incorporated are
county to establish procedures palities on conservation of po- largely coming as recommenda-
for the review of proposed devel- table water. tions f~rom the state. The com-
op~ment that assess its energy ef- preferring the purchase of the mission voted to forward the
ficiency and the impact it would most fuel efficient and least pol- drafted amendments to the state:
Wh~ve on the level of service on luting vehicles when cost and re- for additional review before they
lisblic facilities, including roads, liability are similar to triaditional are finally adopted.
institutions and utilities. This
includes encouraging the de-
velopment or redevelopment of
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Holland briefl1 addressed the
curriculum. sa i ng one thing she
liked w\as the emphasis on com-
munit\ service.
..It's a good thing for people in
the community' to interact w\ith
teenagers and realize the\ are not
from another planet. and also for
kids to realize they can get sup-'
port from the commtinity,"' she
said.
School Board Member Ar-
chie Kittles asked about wvork~ing
with younger students. Holland
said the health department is ap-
plying for funding for another
abstinence-based program for
middle-schoolers. They've con-
ducted similar programs in the
past for sixth- and seventh-grad-
ers, and are looking for w~ays to
do it again.
"There are some very good
evidence-based curriculums
for the younger youth that have
shown to be v:ery effective," she
said. "I agree with you. I think
the younger we start, the better
off wve are."


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The 45'h Annual Stra\lberri
Invitational was hosted bi Starke
Golf and Countri Club. April
16 and 17. This tournament has
Been a major event for golfers in
northeast Florida for more than
four decades.
There w\ere six flights in the
tournament with 60 golfers, great
weather and great golf.
The winner of the tournament
was Chris Bray of Callahan.
Placing in the various flights
w\ere:
*Championship flight: 1`
Chris Bray of Callaharl; 2nd Tom
Sykes of Palatka; and 3'" Tatum
Davis of Lawtey. This flight
made for exciting golf with a
play-off between Bray and Sykes.
for first place.
*First flight: P" Baker; 2nd Brad
Bishop; 3"1 Joe Sanford; and 4tLh
Jim Spears; all from Starke.
*Second flight: 1' Donnie
Thomas of Lake City; 2"d Wen-
dall Sheffield of Palatka; 3'd Jon
Elder of Starke; 46h Brett Barn-
hart of Lake Wales; 5th im
Nugent of Starke; and 6'h David
Crawford of Lake City.
*Third Flight: 1" Kyle Brace-
d'l rof St Doran 3 Dwingh~taE
erson of Lake City.
*Fourth Flight: 1 Jerry Hulsey
of Starke; 2nd John Sanford of
Starke; and 3"' Sam Browning of
Palatka.
*Senior Flight: 16' George Fish
of Green Cove; 2nd Gene Tom-
lin of Palatka; 3'J David Tew of
Starke; 4'" Ron Mullis of Jack-
sonville; 5'" Al Miller of Palm
Coast; and 6'" Jerry West 6f Lake
City. Fish finished in first place
after a play-off ,with Tomlin.
The tournament had more than
30 hole sponsors, along with a
hole-in-one guaranteed by Tat-
um Brothers Lumbetr Co. Inc. of'
Law tey.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A neil grant \\ ill help the Brad-
ford County Health Department
reach out to LLeenS, according to
rDirector Winnie Holland.
:Bradford \\as one of 26 coun-
ties in Ihe state chosen to imple-
nient the program, and Holland
to~ld the school board last w~eek
sljc w~as ery excited,
:Holland said the nationally
recognized program takes an evi-
dence-based approach to dealing
idith issues like teen pregnancy.
Site said the positive youth de-
v lopment program aimed at
ninth- and 10'h-graders has been
around along time and has been
used around the country.
:"It has been proven to be ef-
fective at increasing academic
success and preventing teen
pregnancy and other negative be-
hdiviors among youth," Holland
said.
fSome of the outcomes ob-
sdrved include:


*A 52 percent lower risk of
school suspension.
*A 60 percent lower risk of
course failure.
*A 53 percent lower risk of
pregnancy.
"I think that's win-win-wvin,"
Holland said.
The health department and
school health program are
strongly partnered, and Holland
said the grant-funded program
would just enhance w\hat they al-
ready do.
The five-year federal grant
w\ill be evaluated by the Univer-
sity of South Florida, which will
collect and compare data about
participants and nonparticipants
in the program. The grant is pay-
ing for the health department to
hire someone to conduct the pro-
gram.
"I'm excited about this oppor-
tunity to partner with the schools
on this initiative, and if we can
reduce the teen birth rate in Brad-
ford County, that would be a re-
ally wonderful thing."


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2011 Strawberry Invitational Winner Chris Bray of
Callahan.


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Green, Abby Keys, Gavin Murphy, Gage Lott, Gage Hannah, Bobby Bradley, Hunter
Ritch, Paul Parker, Noah Abourezk, Seth Hall, Jonah Starling and Jeremiah Garcia.
They are pictured with Principal Rick Stephens, Terrific Teacher Heather
Thomas and Kiwanian Cookie Mundorf.


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The Bradford County- High
School Class of 1956 held its
55th Class Reunion on March 25
and 26. Forty--three classmates
and their spouses and guests,
for a total of 71, attended the
reunion. Man\ of them traveled
from all around the country to
come home to Bradford-Count\.
Out of the 99 original members
of the class, there are 77 surviv-
ing classmates.
The Friday night event w~as
dinner and socializing at the pic-
turesque Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast. The food and desserts
were fabulous, as usual.
On Saturday, the main event
and dinner was held at the Camp
Blanding Convention Center
on Kingsley Lake, another pic-
turesque setting. Irene. Metzger
Gleason and Ruth Lee Kickli-
ter decorated the banquet room.
Jane Richard Buck had a display
of memorabilia on three tables
wvith pictures, yearbooks and
other articles.
Rose Gill, Buck's wife, made
nametags for everyone. Irene
Metzger Gleason created an-
Other (the third) CD of songs of
the 1950s for each classmate at-


tending. A memorial board w\ith
pictures of our 22 deceased class
members w\ith date of death w\as
built and set up by Bill Allen,
Linda's husband. Linda Johns
Allen coordinated the activities
to make it all happen.
The master of ceremonies for
the evening w\as Jimmy Hazen.
After dinner Jimmy introduced
each classmate by telling a short
story of their life and some of
their exploits, which was re-
searched and put together by
Jackie Hobbs McInnis. Several
of the stories wvere "far-fetched,"
but true!
Emcee Jimmy recognized the
Aliens for their w~ork and dedi-
cation to the class and Linda's
leadership. He also recognized
the committees for their time
and effort to make the reunion a
success, and Lynell Dodd Oliver
who graciously hosted the com-
mittee meetings at her home in
Brooker.
Since the 50th reunion, there
has been a gathering of the group
every year with dinner and an
interesting program. The class
has really stayed connected with
committee meetings, e-mail,


newsletters and renewed friend-
ships.
The following classmates ivere
in attendance: Irene Metzger
Gleason, Myrna Griffis Dockery,
Linda lohns Allen. BuzzyGreen.
Sandra Jones Green, Ruth Lee
Kickliter, Jimmy Hazen, Lynell
Dodd Oliver, Ina Stern Mott,
Buck Gill, Dennis Mathews.
Clara Starling Davis, Jackie Col-
ley Thomas, Patsy Grewv Hunter.
Irvin Bell, Marilyn Bell Wilker-
son, Jackie Hobbs Mclnnis, Con-
nie Miller Best, Pat Wainw\right
Shealy, Alene Taylor, Anna Ruth
Crosby Johnson, Eulie Rushton,
Sandra Johns Durkee, Judy El-
lington Hansen, Jimmy Young,
Donald Carter, Polly Wait Corn-
well, Kenneth Elder, Katherine
Harrell Perry, Betty Norman
Clemons, Raymond Stefanelli,
Betty Glisson Starling, Ruby
Starling Harris; Robert Kelly,
Rose Gregory Wright, Jackie
Parker Grider, Barbara Norman
Reddish, Shirley Jackson Barton,
Jane Richarde Buck, Bertha Miz-
ell Kusterman and Gloria Griffis
Triest.


Kiwanis Terrific Kids at Brooker Elementary School for the month of March were (front-
back, I-r) Tripp Davis, Jaycee Davis, Alex Calvillo, Rivers Cowart, Jaylanique Bryant,
Kevin Melvin, Sienna Carver, Ginger McDonald and Savannah Callan. They are pictured
with Principal Rick Stephens, Terrific Teacher Cynthia Brown and Kiwanian Bear
Bryan.


Hampton Elementary Terrific Kids


immunizations, proof of physi-
cal examination, and a current
:22 :sds as with two proofs of
To be eligible to start school
in the fall, your child must be 5
years old on or before Sept. 1.

MVOore meeting
around district
School Superintendent Beth.
Moore will continue a series of
community conversations on a
variety of topics, including new
graduation requirements, budget;
concerns, improving the gradua-
tion rate, ES E services, and more.
The meetings will take place at
6:30 p.m. at the following loca-
tions: Hampton Elementary on-
April 28, New River Fire Depart-
ment on May 37, Trinity Baptist
Church on May 5 and the school :
district boardroom on May 10.


Kindergarten .
registration
at elementary
S OCh IS
Kindergarten registration will
soon be taking place at public
schools for the 2011-12 school
year.
At Hampton Elementary, reg-
istration will open on May II,
in rooms I15 and I16 from 2-6
p.m. Parents who need to regis-
ter their child after May 11 can
do so in the school office during
normal school hours, 7:30 a.m.
to 3:30 p.m. For more informa-

kinpe s e- cntat -M ist~y Car I.

kindergarten registration will
take place the week of May 9
with a special orientation on
Wednesday, May 11 at 1 p.m.
in the school cafeteria. For more


information, please contact Sue
Crawford at 352-485-1812 (904-
966-6887).
Lawtey Community School
will have a kindergarten registra-
tion orientation in the school caf-
eteria at 9 a.m. on May 11. For
more information, please call
904-966-6795. *
At Starke Elemen~tary, parents
can pick up registration packets
,between May and 13. A spe-
cial orieptation will be held on
Wednesday, May 11, at 5:30
p~m.
To complete registration for
a student yiou must have the fol-
lowing items: birth certificate,
Social' Security c.Mrg,. peopf of


County Public Library from
I 1:.30 a.m. to I p.m. with a pro-
gram at noon. A light lunch will
be provided. This event will hon-
or women in the community who
have passed on the gift and made
a difference in the community.
Here, the gift that was passed on
would likely not have been a calf
but the gift of kindness, sharing,
education and compassion.
This will be the first of a series
of discussions on how to "Pass
on the Gift" of a healthy environ-
ment and a caring community,
Heifer International had its
beginning with an American
farmer doing relief work handing
out food rations. He recognized
people did not need a milk ra-
tion, they needed a milk cow. He
developed a program that would


provide recipients with a bred
heifer that would not only pro-
vide milk to the family but also
a calf that could be passed on to
others.
By passing on the gift of each
cow's first offspring, the source
of food could be potentially un-
ending.The Heifer Project, which
began in 1944 with a shipment of
heifers to Puerto Rico, was ex-
panded to help restore cattle to
wvar ravaged Europe after World
War II.and has nowv gone on to
assist directly or indirectly more
than 13.6 million families.
Information about Heifer In-
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The Florida Coalition for
Peace and Justice is holding two
events to highlight Heifer Inter-
national's "WiLD" (Women in
Livestock Development) initia-
tive: and Pass on the Gift.
The Sunday, May 1, event
will be at the Florida Coalition
for Peace and Justice Teach-
ing Farm located at the corner
of C.R. 18 and C.R. 227, west
o~f Lake Hampton. Tours of the
~T~eaching Farm and its tw\o ener-
SYefis et homes. gardens and
projects will be given between 2
and 3:30 p.m. At 4 p.m.. Al Gel-
ger w~ill share his experiences as
one of the "sea going cow\boy-s
who traveled with bred heifers
that w\ere shipped to Europe after
Word War II.
A spaghetti supper w\ill follow
Geciger's presentation, and dona-
tions for Heif'er International's
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Starke Christian School recently announced its Students of the Month for March.
Students were recognized for their respectfulness, truthfulness, friendliness,
enthusiasm and responsibility. Each student received a backpack and water bottle
donated by the Hardee's in Starke as well as a pencil and bumper sticker. SCS
Students of the Month for March were Brandon Sutherland, Kristen Hill and Lane
Kirkland.


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Library/Thornton
teart up for
photo class
Bradford County Library will
host a photography class for in-
termediate and advanced stu-
dents. The class will be taught
over two Tuesdays--May 3 and
May 10--from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m.
by Brenda Thornton of Thornton
Photography.
Topics covered will be camera
settings, composition, lighting
and photo editing. Preregistrao
tion is required so please call the
library to sign up. Class size is
limited to 15. Please call the li-
brary at 904-368-3911 or stop by
to sign up.


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Church w\ill hold its spring
rev ival w\ith special guest
Jim Johnson May 1-4, and
et erione is welcome.

Old Providence Baptist
Church, located at 93 16
N.W. C:.R. 245 at the
U!n ion- Col u mbi a cou nt)
line, is planning a special
spring revival for Sunday-
Wednesday, May 1--4.
Sunday services wvill begin
at 1 1 a.m. and 6 p.m. All
weekday services will begin
at 7 p.m. Old Providence is a
country church with a casual
atmosphere. Everyone is
invited .

Highland First Baptist '
Church located north on U.S.
301 will observe the National
Day of Prayer on May 5 at
7 p.m. with finger food and
fellowship to follow. Please
call Dale at 912-552-5621 for
more information.

Walk by Faith Ministries
and Faith Walk Outreach
present the Hearth of the Lion
Enrichment Conference May
5-7 at 7 p.m. and May 8 at 5

rpr ti Ou rac oMiG stres,
Laborers into His Harvest
Ministry, Life Focus Ministries
and Mt. Moriah Missionary
Baptist. For more information,
please contact 904-782-9825.

St. John Missionary Baptist
Church, 2167 N.E. C.R.
200B, will have a revival night
Friday, May 6, 201 1 at 7 p.m *
The speaker will be the Rev.
Michael Murphy Sr., pastor of
Philadelphia Baptist Church-in
Lawvtey. The public is invited-
For m re78n2-ormation, please


MT Sinal 1Missionary Baptist
Association's Women's
C~ontention \\ i l be sponsoring
a two~-night re\ ital April
28-29 at 7 p~m at Antioch
Baptist C'hurch. T~he Re.
Marie Herring of D~a\ Springs
Missionary Baptist Church
of G~ainesville wvill be the
messenger. MT Sinai Congress
of Christian Education wvill
sponsor its annual Pink
Tea program on May 6 at 7
p.m., also at Antioch. This
program will begin efforts
to continuously support the
Susic White Scholarship Fund.
Everyone is welcomed to
attend.

Faith Baptist Church of Lake
Butler will be holding a youth
car wash on Saturday, April
30, from 8 a.m. to noon in the
parking lot of Community
State Bank in Starke, across
from McDonald's. All
donations collected will go
toward sending the youth of
the church to Florida Bible
Camp in June. Your support
will be greatly appreciated.

Philadelphia Missionary
Bapt st Church,RI 191in

L~awtey, will hold a yard
~sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on
Saturday, April 30. For more
information, please call 904
782-34418.

Sampson C'ity Baptist
Church will hold homecoming
Sunday, May 1, with guest
speaker the Rev. Glenn Cathey
of Nahunta, Ga., and special
music by The Cavallers of
Perry. Dinner on the grounds
will call the 1 1a.m. service.

K~ngsley Laike Baptist


Starke Church of Christ.
S.R. 16 and McMahon Street,
invites e\ ertone to a free hot
dog lunch on Saturdai.mal
14, from 1 1 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Come enjoy hot dogs, beans.
chips, drinks and dessert. For
more i information, please callI
904-19648594.

Trinity Episcopal Church
in Melrose will present
portions of Handel's Messiah
Friday, May 1.3 at 7 p.m. The
performance w\ill take place
at Keystone United Methodist
Church on Sunday, May- 15.
at 3 p.m. Choirs and soloists
from both churches and Faith
Presbyterian are performing
together. Admission is free,
but donations are requested.

Hope Baptist Church
presents its second annual
Jubilee on May 14 beginning

iclu ig erg' uD sire, the
Backwood Boys and Eternal
Vision. Bring a lawn chair
.refreshments will be on sale.
The church will have a Ladies
Banquet with food, fun prizes
and fellowship, plus guest
speaker Judy Rushing, on
Friday, May 13, at 7 p.m
Please RSVP to .352-4~73-4188
or hbc dboyette~'yahoo.com.

E-mail the details of yolr
congregations' urpcomzing
special events to editor@
bte egaph .comn. DEADLINE


BHtS grad elected
paralegal president
The Hillsborough Coulnty Chap
ter of the Paralegal Association
of Florida Inc. has. elected Kim
(Singletary) Christmas 2011-2012
resident. Christmas serves as a para-
legal at Tampa law firm Hill Ward
Henderson in thed firm s executive
ron ensa lon sn aem lyemdua -
eft grup S i 9 gaut


of Bradfor aHg ISc citio o
Florida, Inc. is a professional organi-.
.zation comprised of 1,000 paralegals
from around the state. The Hillsbor-
ough County Chapter is one of ten
chapters throughout Florida that
provides professional develop-
ment programs and continuing
legal education for paralegals. It
is second largest Chapter in the-
state with 163 members.


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Continued from page 4A

it is women w\ho are responsible
for feeding their families. Often
overlooked by government pro-
grams and denied education, rural
women face a cycle of poverty,
hunger and despair. The Heifer
International "WiL.D" Initiative
puts special emphasis on provid-
ing womeri w\ith the resources to
not only feed their families but
also gain experiecee-andd training
that strengthens their position
n the communities where they

If you would like to nominate
a woman you feel has passed on
the gift in our community, please
attend and share your story. For
1or inomto bu eihe
eernet, cn tac nahyaS utlate t r
368-0291, or e-mail stillpe~aol
com .


Library hosting
quilt and
doll Oh W -
The Bradfold County Publ,.
Library is hosting its first Quilt
and Doll Show on May 12 and
13. Local quilters, doll makers
and collectors will be displaying
some of their finest work. Local
quilting groups will also be on
hand to answer any questions.
The Friends of the L~ibrary will
have a table set up to sell craft-
ing books, magazines, etc. If you
would like to donate craft books,
magazines, patterns, and other
items, you may drop them off at
the library.
If you are interested in display-
ing your quilts or dolls, please
contact Cyndy or Dorothy at the
Bradford County Public Library,
9041-368-3911. There are still a
few spaces left. Please note, this
is for display only, not for sale.


The Bradford County School
Board meets at 50 1 WWashin-
ton St. on the second Monday of
the month at 6:30 p.m. Call 904-
966-6018 for more information.


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Day's Inn
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May 2 6
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Bradford Couny Telegah Thursday April 28, 2011


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2009-CA-000415
WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A
Plaintiff
BARRY M. CARLTON; CYNTHIA A.
CARLTON; UNKNOWN TENANT
1; UNKNOWN TENANT 2; and
all unknown parties claiming by
throu h, under or against the a ~ve
named Defendants, who are not
known to be dead or alive, whether .
said unknown parties claim as heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees
lienors, creditors, trustees, spouses,
or C6ther claimants; NATIONSTAR
MORTGAGE LLC F/K/A CENTEX
HOME EQUITY COMPANY, LLC.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, that, pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated April 13, 2011, in this cause
Will sell the property situaler
in BRADFORD County, Florida,
described as-
LOT SEVEN (7) AND LOT EIGHT
(8) BLOCK TWO (2) IN SOUTH
GATE REPLAT, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 1, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
alk/a 1005 PALM ST, STARKE, FL
32091
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at the east front door
of the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida 32091, at eleven o'clock a.m.,
on July 18, 2011.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
Dated at Starke, Florida, this 15 day
of April, 2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
~the provision or certain assistance.
Please contact the Jan Phillips, ADA
Coordinator, 201 East University
Avenue, Gainesville, Florida (352)
357-6237, within 2 working days of
your receipt of this. If you are hearing
Impaired, call TDD 1-800-952-8771:
4/21 2tch'g 4/28-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR. BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVILACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA-000381
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGiO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
STEPHEN M. WALKER A/K/A
STEPHEN MAXWELL WALKER
A/K/A STEPHEN N. WALKER, et al,
Defendant(s). .
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated March 16, 2011
and entered in Case No. 04-2010-.
CA-000381 of the Circuit Court of the
EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORD County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the
Plaintiff and STEPHEN M. WALKER
A/K/ASTEPHEN MAXWELLWALKER
A/K/A STEPHEN N. WALKER;
LINDA S. WALKER A//A. LINDA
SUE WALKER; are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVEN UE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 am, on the
18" day of May, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN
GOVERNMENT LOT 2 OF SECTION
36, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MOR PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNEROFBOYKIN SUBDIVISION,
ASPERPLATTHEREOFRECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 38 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA AND RUN
NORTH 89 DEGREES 15 MINUTES
47 SECONDS WEST, 61.22 FEET
TO THE INTERSECTION OF THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF DOGWOOD DRIVE WITH THE
WESTERLY RIGHTOF WAY LINE OF
LAKESHORE DRIVE; THENCE RUN
NORTH 12 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
58 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
125.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 12 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
58 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF'WAY
LINE; 125.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 70 DEGREES 23 MINUTES
08 SECONDS WEST, 219.05 FEET
TO AN IRON PIPE SET AT THE
WATER'S OF A LAKE; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 16 DEGREES 55
MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID WATERS 66.17 FEET
TQ AN IRON PIPE; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 19 DEGREES 14 MINUTES
36 SECONDS EAST, 45.17 FEET
TO AN IRON PIPE; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 64 DEGREES 01 MINUTES
55 SECONDS EAST, 204.99 FEET.
TO. THE POINT Oi BEGINNING.
A/K/A 677 28'" WAY SE, MELROSE,
FL32666
Ariy person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date


IIIYY


Interlocal Agreement among Baker, c. Mow and maintain twice a month
Bradford. Columbia. Dixie. Gilchrist, the baseball field and tennis court
Hamllton. Jefferson. Lafayette, Levy, area
Madison. Putnam. Suwannee. Taylor, d. Mow and maintain twice a month
Union and Wakulia Counties and the areas within 12 (twelve) feet of
munlcipalities- of Cedar Key. Cross the paved roads on all State, County
City. Lake City. Live Oak. Monticello, and Town Streets within the limits of
Perry. White Springs and Worthington the Town, unless not possible due to
Springs. Florida. This special ditches or fencing or private planting,
meeting of the NFBA s Operations in these cases mow to fence line. All
Committee will be held at 11:00 a.m. debris should be blown towards the
on April 26. 2011: at the City of Lake highway
City. Florida. Council Chambers, City e. On Highway 18/Charlotte Avenue
Haill 205 N. Marion Avenue, Second and Tetstone Avenue mow up to
Floor, Lake City, Florida 32055. railroad tracks from old Marshal's
SThe special meeting of the NFBA's office-to the Flashing stop si n.
Operations Committee will be to f. Weed-eating particularly the areas
discuss policies and procedures of around the Fire Station, Training
the NFBA and other general business Facility property Fire Department,
of t~e Committee. If person decides Water Department, and Marshal's
to appeal any decision made by the Office and those other areas
Operations Committee with respectto mentioned above that have sign
any matter considered at the meeting, posts, light poles, decorative trees,
such person will need a record of the and all fire hydrants/stand pipes at
proceedings and may need to ensure least once a month.
',that a verbatim record is made, g. If bidder intends to spray any
including the testimony and evidence chemicals, then Commercial license
upon which the appeal is to be made. are needed. The Town will provide the
In. accordance with the Americans Round-Up and can be applied twice
with Disabilities Act, persons a year.
needing special accommodation or Bid #2 same as above except once
an interpreter to participate irt this a month:
proceeding or have any questions 2. Bid for the month of November
should contact Faith Doyle, Clerk to 2011 through March 2012 (5 months)
the NFBA Board at (877) 552-3482 will be the same as specified above
or (407) 629-6900 at least one (1) in sections (a) through (g) with the
business day prior to the date of the \ frequency listed as once a week and
meeting. twice a month being changed to once
4/28 1tehg-BCT a month starting from the-date of the
last activity in October 2011.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Bid will be for a two year period. The
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Brooker Town Council reserves the
AND FR BRAFORD OUNTY righ to cancel with or without cause
FLORDA aterone year. Payment will be
Case No.: 04-2011-DR-239 rendered at the end of the month.
Division: **Required with bid A copy of
Christopher Stewart, current Insurance Declaration page
Petitioner showing $250,000 or more Liability
And coverage and Worker's Compensation
Maggie Lynri Stewart, coverage certificate.
Respondent. The identity of the bidding entity must
NOTICE OF ALCTION FOR match the' certificates of insurance
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE coverage.
TO: Maggie Lynn Stewart *"All1 Equipment including mower is
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: to be furnished by the Contractor.
PO Box 310, Graharn, FL 32042 "*Grass is not to be cut too short as
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action~ to damage the root systems.
has been filed against you and that **No growing is allowed on Sunday
you are required to serve a copy of "*There may be times when extra
your written defenses, if any, to it on7 storm debris pickup will be necessary.
Christopher Stewart, whose address A price will be determined on each
.is 10851 NW CR 229, Starke, FL occurrence..
32091, on or before May 26, 2011, *"A'w~farded bidder will be required to
and file the original with the.clerk of add the Town of Brooker as additional
this Court at 945 N. Temple Ave., PO insured after receiviingthe bid.
Drawer B, Starke, FL 32091, 'before The Town reserves the right to check
service on Petitioner or immediately references and to accept or reject any
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default and all bids. .
may be entered against you for the If Bidder has previously worked under
relief demanded in the petition, contract with the Town of Brooker, the
Copies of all court documents in this award of the bid shall be contingent on
case, including orders, are available at satisfactory performance and review
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. on contract previously awarded.
You may review these documents You can contact the Brooker City Hall
upon requests office at 352-485-1022 if you have
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit any questions.


RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
70 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 1361 BLENDING STREET,
STARKE, FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,*othen
than the property owner as of the date:
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim`
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on April 25, 2011.
Ray Normar\
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Rachel Rhodert
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability,
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starkel
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
days of your receipt of this notice; it
you are hearing or voice impaired'
call 1-800-955-8771.
4/28 2tchg 5/5-BCT:
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Pursuant to Section 713.58 Florida
Statutes, a public sale will be held
on May 18, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. at Hot
Rodz Paint and Body, 12046 U.S:
Hwy 301 S., Hampton, FL 32044,
9()4-964-7701. The following vehicle
will be sold to satisfy the Ilen, in the
amount of $1,875.
Make: Monte Carlo
Year: 2001
Vin#: 2G1WW12E819303938
We reserve the right to accept of.
reject any and/or all bids.
-4/28 itchg-BCTi

DAR meets

IVon day
The Colonel Samuel Elbert~
Chapter of the National Society;
Daughters of the American Rev-
olution will hold its next meeting
on Monday, May ?, at 10:30 a.m.
at IHOP in Starke. Everyone is
invited to join the group for good
food and fellowship. Visitors are:
always welcome.
At the meeting this month, the
club will be honoring the recipi-
ent of the Bett 'Warren Memo-
rial Scholarship to a deserving
student at Santa Fe College.
- All women whose ancestors
aided in achieving American in-'
dependence are cordially invited
to attend. Come learn about the;
National Society Daughters ofi
the American Revolution and its
historical, educational and patri-~
otic activities.
For more information, please
cotact Martha Swift at 904-305-
8980 or Susan Lucas at 352-586-
6776.

JOb fair in

Starke May 11
FloridaWorks win hold a job
fair at the Gov. Charley E. Johnsl
Conference Center in Starke
from 9 a.m. to 4 p~m. on Wednes-
day, MayldST~5Wd fftFii Eg~rtioni of:
rthe day iSoes'"i~T;'e'ifrir vi~eME
seeking em lo ment. The job
fair will be open to the general
public mn the afternoon.
Employers who would like to
partici ate can contact the cham-
ber of commerce at 904-964-
5278.

ClaSs of 1961

planS reUnion-
The Bradford High School
Class of 1961 will hold its 50th
reunion the weekend of Mlay 13-
14 in Starke.
.On Friday, May 13, a dinner
will be held at Hampton Lake
Bed and Breakfast, with a social.
hour at -6 p.m, and dinner at 7
p~m. On Saturday, Mayl14, atthe
Starke Golf and Country Club,
social hour will begin at 6 p.m
vit dinner at 7 p~m.
For more information or ques-
tions, please call Tom Smith at
904-964-9222 or Anne Miller at
904-964-8602.


of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on April 15, 2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person tvith a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
Says of your receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
4/21 2tchg 4/28-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-C'A-000535
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO WELLS FARGO HOME
MORTGAGE, INC., -
Plaintiff,
vs.
CORINNA V. RILES, et al,
SDefendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgrrent of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated and entered in
Case No. .04-2009-CA-000535 of the
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO WELLS FARGO
HOME MORTGAGE, INC. is the
Plaintiff and CORUINNA V. RILES;
DOUGLAS RILES; VYSTAR CREDIT
UNION; WELLS FARGO BANK, NA;
are the Defendants, The Clerk of
the Court will sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at FRONT HALL
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on the
18* day of May, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
THENORTHY20FTHENORTHWEST
%/ OF THE SOUTHWEST %/ OF
SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, LYING AND BEING
IN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
1981 RENEGADE MOBILE HOME
LOCATED THEREON AS FIXTURE
AND APPURTENANCE THERETO:
VIN# GDWVGA21816559A AND
GDWVGA2181 6559B.
A/K/A 7001 NW ,257mH STREET,
LAWTFiY, FL 32058
Any p : son claiming an interest in
the surpJlus from the sale, if any, other
than the.property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on April 15, 2011.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk,
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding.
you~ are entitled, at nio 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 reckt.;t of this notice;
you are hiearinig or 'voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
4/21 2tchg 4/28;BOT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
.CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-0075
RAHAI'M WATSON DEARING &
MOORE, P.A., a Florida professional
association,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD E. CATES and BROWN &
BROWN, INC., a Florida corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS .GIVEN that pursuant
to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated April 14, 2011, in
the above styled cause, I will sell at
public sale on May 27, 2011 at 11:00
a.m. to the hi hest bidder for cash, at
the Bradford Count Courthouse, 945
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida in
accordance with Chapter 45, Florida
Statutes, the following described
property:
The East 70 feet of Lot 1, Block 4,
TOWN OF LAWTEY, according to the
map or plat thereof, as recorded in
Deed Book C, Page 3, public records
of Bradford County, Florida.
DATED this 15th day of April, 2011.
CLERK OF THE COURT
BY: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
4/21 2tchg 4/28-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR GILCHRIST COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 21-2010-CA-0115
CAPITAL CITY 3ANK,
Plaintiff,
DAVID F. HORNE, JR. MARY
HORNE, CITIFINANCIAL, INC., and
LINDBERGH BASS and MARTHA B.
BASS, husband and wife,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE'
.SALE
NOTIC E IS H ER EBY G IVEN pursuant
to the Final Summary Judgment of
foreclosure dated April 12, 2011 -and
entered in Case No. -21-2010-CA-
0115 of the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Gilchrist
County, Florida, wherein CAPITAL
CITY BANK is the Plaintiff and DAVID
F. HORNE, JR., MARY HORNE,
CITIFINANCIAL, INC., LINDBERGy
BASS and MARTHA B. BASS, are
the Defendants, Iwill sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at
the South Door of the Gilchrist County
Courthouse, 112 South Main Street.


Trenton, Florida, at 11:00 a m on the
13 day of June, 2011. the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Summary Judgment:
Bradford County
PARCEL 1:
The North 170 feet of the N~orth 1/2 of
the Northeast 1/4 West of State Road
16 in Section 20. Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, Bradford County
Florida.
Gilchrist County
PARCEL 2:
The SE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of the NE
1/4 of Section 18. Township 9 South,
Range 15 East, Gilchrist County,
Florida.
TOGETHER WITH an Easement
for Ingress, Egress and Public
Utilities over the South 15 feet of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 18,
Township 9 South, Range 15 East,
Gilchrist County, Florida.
PARCEL 3:
The SW 1/4 of the ~NE 1/4 of the NE
1/4 of Section 18, Township 9 South,
Range 15 East, Gilchrist County,
Florida.
Any person claiming an interest iri
thssurplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on April 12, 2011.
JOE GILLIAM
Gilchrist County Clerk of Court
By: L. Ayers
Deputy Clerk
4/21 2tchg 4/28-8CT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Act Statutes Sec. 83.801-83.809, a
public auction will be held on April
30, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at C & C Mini
Storage, 1670 S:. Wallnut Street,
Hwy 301 South in Starke, Florida.
The following units will be sold to
the highest bidder for CASH, and
continuing day to day thereafter until
sold.
01-50 W. Hall
()2-07 T. Covington
02-08 K. Cain
02-14 L. Crawford
02-13A L. Miller
4/21 2tchg 4/28-BCT
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday, May 13,
2011, at 10:00 a.m. at 2117 N:Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL on the following
storage units containing personal
items:
#12 Belonging to P. Hall
#50 -Belonging to S.Porfiriadis
#60 Belonging to C. Clark
#70 Belonging to N. King
#89 Belonging to E. Kelly
#99 Belonging to A. Williams
#111 Belonging to K. Randolph
#121 Belonging to C. Pressley
4/28 2tchg 5/5-BCT
NOTICE TO BIDDERS .
Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the Bradfprd
County. School District Purchasing
Department 501 W Washington St.,
Starke, FL 32091 until 2:00 p.m.
May 16, 2011 for the furnishing of all
materials, labor, and equipment for
the following projects:
D3 Bid #11-0516-1 Hampton Elem.
School Reroofing, and Additive
Alternate~ Brooker Elem. School
Reroofing. Contractors may obtain
drawings and specifications from
ARC Reprographics, 3239 'SW
47 Avenue, Gainesville FL (-352-
371-5772), or ARI Reprographics,
2207-A NW 13'" Street, Gainesville,
FL 32609 (352) .375-7468 for the
price of duplication. Partial sets. of
drawings and/or specifications will
not be issued. There are mandatory
pre-bids as follows: Hampton Elem.
Reroofing May 9, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.
at K-in Office Bldg. at Hampton
Elementary School; Brooker Elem.
Reroofing May 9, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.
at Main Office Bldg. at Brooker Elem.
If you have questions. please contact
Paul Stresing Associates (386-462-
6407).The owner reserves the right
to waive any irregularities and minor
technicalities or to reject any and all
bids. The Bradford County. School
District is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
4/28 2tchg 5/5-BCT
NOTICE OF SPECIAL PUBLIC
MEETING OF THE
NORTH FLORIDA
BROADBAND AUTHORITY
OPERATIONS COMMITTEE
The North Florida Broadband Authority
("NFBA") announces a special
meeting of the NFBA Operations
CommitteB 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


Courts offce notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of
Current Address, Florida Supreme
Court Approved Family Law Fortn
12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the address on
record~ at the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Fainily' LawN Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclosure
of documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions,
including disrpissal or striking of
pleadings. .
Dated: April 15, 2011.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Robin Gay
Deputy Clerk
4/28 4tpd 5/19-BCT
INVITALTION TO BID
SEALED BIDS will be received and
accepted by the Town of Brooker,
Florida, until 1:00 p~m. on Monday,
June 6, 2011 for the following mowing
and cleaning of all City property
The bids will be opened and read
aloud on Tuesday, Jtine 7, 2011 at
7:00 p.m. at the' regular Town Council
meeting.
All bidders ale encouraged to attend
a pre-bid tour to be held on Saturday,
May! 14'" at 9:00 a.m. at the Brooker
City Hall/Community Center, 17435
Tetstone Avenue, Brooker, FL. No
other pre-bid tou'r will be provided.
All bidders are encouraged to submit
references.
Monthly bid amount should be
different for Number 1 and Number 2,
due to less mowing in Number 2.
Bid #1 is for the following:
1. Months of July 2011 through
October 2011 and the mpnth of April
and June 2012 (7 months):
a. Mowing and .maintaining twice a
month the Fire Station, Marshal's
office, Training ~Facility property.Fire
Department, and water department.
b. Mow and weed eat once a week
the town property around City Hall/
Community Center.


4/28 2tchg 5/5-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA000773
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN FRANKLIN A/KlA JOHN E.
FRANKLIN, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALLE
NOTICE 19ISI~ HE RE GIVE hp ursuant
'to a Final ludgment ofl Mortgage
Foreclosure dated April 13, 2011 and
entered in Case No. 04-2009-CA-
000773 of the Circuit Court of the
EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
BRADFORD County, Florida, wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, is the
Plaintiff and JOHN FRANKLIN A/KIA
JOHN EFRANKLIN;THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF JOHN FRANKLINA/KIA
JOHN E FRANKLIN; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, .UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID~ UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; WELLS
FARGO FINANCIAL BANK; are the
Defendants, The Clerk of the Court
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at FRONT HALL
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on the
S27th day of May, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 8, BLOCK 6, SARATOGA
HEIGHTS, UNIT 2, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS






Thursday, ApriLLI ~U~U LUIYIl~dI1il 28, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 7A


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Kelsey Schrock, Alaina Cooksey, Max Carballo and Hannah Beauregard.


Northside Christian Academy first-grade honor roll
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Spokesman Lee Sparks states that the majority of
signatures needed have been acquired by a volunteer force.
The additional signatures that are needed will create a buffer
to allow for contested signatures.

Sparks further stated that information gained from the
audit would be used to find a way to lower the utility bill for
Starke residents.

According to Floridai Statute 11.45(5), the rules

governing a petition for an audit by the Auditor General
include... "After completion of the audit, the Auditor
General shall determine whether the municipality has the
fiscal resources necessary to pay the cost of the audit. The
municipality shall pay the cost of the audit within 90 days
after the Auditor General's determination that the

municipality has the available resources. If the municipality
fails to pay the cost of the audit, the Department of Revenue
shall, upon certification of the Auditor General, withhold -
frOm that portion of the distribution pursuant to s.
212.20(6)(d)(5), which is distributable to such municipality,
a Sum sufficient to pay the cost of the audit and shall deposit
that sum into the General Revenue Fund of the state."

If yOu have questions please call 904-966-1I150, or if you
would like to help use the same number.

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bill.

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Honor Roll students from Hope Christian Academy were (front-back, I-r) Ethan Moody, Bryar Schenck, Della
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Grady, Maddison Perkins, Ashton Ludwig, Rebekah Milner, Bryce Frampton, Emily Sandridge, Stephen Milner,
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vendor or joining the bike or car
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or Alica McMillian (aliciamc-
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and worship service along w~ith
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and there may be some other sur-
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There are also more than 403
vendors signed up, including
veterans organizations, tattoo
artists, jewelry and T-shirt mak-
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of festival food.

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With book sale
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through Saturday, April 30. The
sale will be from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Thursday and Friday and
Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon
at the Melrose Public L~ibrary on
Wynwood Avenue behind the
post office.
Proceeds from the book sale
go to support programs and proj-
ects-at the library.


Beautiful tables were set, a
wd~nderful meal was prepared
and the life and testimony of a
fabulous woman was told on
April 15 at Madison Street Bap-
tist Church, .11 to benefit the
American Cancer Soc~iety.
One hundred thirty-five wom-
en gather together around tables
that were decorated in different
themes ranging fron?'50s rock
and roll to a whimsical garden
to the salty seashore. Of course
there were traditionally set tables
that 4howcased beautiful china,
crystal and silver. The women
were treated to a delicious meal
of oven-baked chicken, maca-
roni and cheese, green beans and
a roll, which was prepared and
served by the men of MSBC.
Each table had a different des-
sert that was lovingly prepared
by the hostess of the table. These
desserts ranged from strawberry


cake and cheesecake to Italian
cream cake with many other de-
lightful concoctions in between.
Once all of this wonderful
food had been consumed, the
evening's program began. Can-
der survivors, wearing red cor-
sages, were asked to stand and
be recognized. Most tables had
at le~ t one woman stand to her
feet, ,vith many tables having
several stand. *
Barb Campbell then took to
the podium to tell her incredible
life story. Campbell has been
married to Jeff Campbell for 38
years and is thie mother of 10, yes
1O, children--five birth children
and five adopted children, with
eight of them being boys!
Campbell was first diagnosed
with cancer when she was 21
years old and was told that she
had only montl to live. Not oniv
did she live, she went on to be dl-


agnosed two more time with fatal
forms of cancer and durvive. An
.oncology doctor at Shands told
her that she would only live sev-
en more months when she was
diagnosed her last time. Her re-
ply was that she would see him in
seven months--which of course
she did! When they operated on
her that last time, the doctors
were amazed to find dead cancer
cells. ,
T.hrough~out her journey
thogilife, marriage, mother-
hoancancer, Campbell stuck
faithfully to the~ Lord and his
providence to get her through.
She has had many ministries
in her life with the latest being
teaching men and women in the
'prison system how to read.
She sees teaching reading to
illiterate people as a two prong
ministry. The first prong is, that
by teaching inmates how to read,


the chances of them being able
to become productive citizens
when they are released goes up
immensely. The second prong
is, that she can share the love of
Jesus with them with them being
able to then read the Bible and
grow as a Christian.
Harriett Jackson and Brandi
Kirkland, the ladies ministries
co-chairs, 'were so'grateful for
the many womnic (and men) that
participated in this fundraiser.
All proceeds from -the night's
event will go toward the Brad-
ford Relay for Life event that
is scheduled for the evening of
May 20.
Submitted by Julee Tinsler,


Among the attendees at the recent ladies banquet at Madison Street Baptist church
were (I-r) Ann Woods, Janice Gault, Sylvia Reddish and Jo Ella Hardy. The table was
decorated by Harriette Jackson.


VetFest this
weekend
Hampton Veterans Memorial
fund is bringing VetFest back
to the Dixieland Music Park in
Waldo on Saturday and Sunda,
April 30 and May 1. The festival
w\ill welcome nearly 20 bands
and entertainers from around
Florida. all of who are donating
their time and performances to
help raise money for the veterans
memorial charity.
There will be a "Blues Block"
in the early afternoon featuring
Shelby and the Mustangs, w~ho
took 4th place in the Palatka
Blues Festival, The Jay Blues
Band from Fort Lauderdale and
Palatka's own Blue Smoke and
the Smokin' Blue Horns. Oth
er groups performing include
Flashback, Reverend Roy and
No Spring Chickens, Glen Snow
and the Snowmen, Phil Cay,
and Boss Hawg, who is coming
to VetFest '11 all the way from
Manatee County.
On Sunday morning Rever-









B Section Thu sday, April 28,-2011 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCI ALS
OBITUARIES
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NEWS ]FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Joh nson enjoying bumps, bruises of 'gentleman's game'


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
regionall News/Sports Editor
Logan Johnson wanted to hit
somebody.
It was as simple as that. The
2009 Bradford High School
graduate missed playing
football.
Thanks to an invitation,
.Johnson now gets to do just
that, and despite the injuries,
he's enjoying every minute of
"I've had a concussioir, li
cracked tooth and seven
staples on top of my head,"
said Johnson, the son of Chub
and Joy Johnson. "I just love
it. It's fun. It's a blast."
Johnson is not playing
football, but rugby. He is a
member of the Gainesville
Hogs Rugby Club, which is
readying for a second-round
playoff match this weekend.
Though he's one of the
youngest players, Johnson has
made his mark, earning a
starting spot for the Hogs,
which finished undefeated in
men's club Division III of the
Florida Rugby Union. Johnson
was also named to the Florida
under-20 select side, or all-star
team .
SNot bad for someone who
knew little of the sport prior to
his involvement.
"I could spell it, and that
was it," Jobsnon said of his
prior knowledge.
Johnson visited his mother at


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'Canes claim

SMAC title
The Bradford Middle School
softball team has successfully
defended its Suwannee Middle
School Athletic Conference
championship after going
through the regular season
undefeated and then w\inning
the SMAC tournament last
'week.
Please read next week's
issue (May 5i) for mhre on the
Hurricanes' trophy-w\inning
season.

An n ua I Sta rke
K-Kids duck

race to be held

May 6
The K-Kids of Starke
Elementary~ School--a
Kiwanis of Starke youth
club-w~ill host its annual duck
race on Friday, May 6, at 5:30
p.m. at the Starke Golf and
Co untr y Cl 0b.
Someone's Ilucky; duck w\ill
float dow~n Alligator Creek and
across the finish line. Cash
prizes of $200, $150 and $100
w~ill be awarded for the first-,
second- and third-place ducks.
Tickets are $2 each or $5 for
three. T~hey may be purchased
in advance from any K-Kids or
Kiwanis Club of Starke
member, or at the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center.
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the ball, I ran straight up at
them and w\as trying to chase
them all around," Johnson
said. "That was the first lesson
learned. It's not like football."
American football may have
evolved somewhat from rugby,
but the two are obviously


different. Rugby is played at a
raster pace, where there are
few\ stoppages in play and
continuous changes in
possession. All players,
regardless of their positions,
may run, pass, catch and kick
the balli. Converesely, all


players must tackle andc
defend.
In this sport, I get to be
offen~se. defense and the ball
carrier," Johnson said.
Johnson was immersed in a

See RUGBY page 6B


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where she works one day,
when pharmacist Josh Barton
invited Johnson to come out
for the Gainesville rugby team.
He did, and that first practice
seemed to offer just what
Johnson was looking for--a


tackling drill. He wanted to hit
somebody again. He played
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Struggles at the plate and a
collapse defensively summed
up the Union County softball
team's 13-1 loss to Baker
County in the semifinals of the
District 4-3A tournament on
April 21 in Callahan.
The Tigers (12-6) committed
seven errors--many of which
helped turn a deficit of three
runs into one of 12 as Bak'er
scored nine runs in the top of
the seventh.
Despite the errors, Union
batters had trouble figuring out
Baker pi:cherHale aews
wvalk, while striking out seven.
Baker County--the
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hvnt de eated25ninthn sed
turmiment'rs p ain5 lam a d
quarterfinals. The 'Cats wasted
little time in taking the lead,
scoring a run in the first inning
despite Union pitcher Clara
Thornton recording the first
two batters she faced to fly
out. Shelby Gatto singled
before Taylor Crummey
r ached osn adrnfel poK u
Holton then delivered a single
that scored a run.
foThelol-0 score di not Iod
answered with a run of their
own in the bottom of the first.
Leadoff batter Chelsie Hersey
was hit by a pitch. She stole
second and third before
scoring on Ashlyn H~arden's
single with two outs.
It a 2-1 Bake lead whwaa er en
the Wildcats scored two in the


Rachel Wells slides into third base during the Indians' 5-3 win over Bishop Snyder
.in the District 4-3A semifinals.

Indians fall 3-0 to W~ildcats in


District championship game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystooe was held to two
hits~ through the first six
innings and to five overall as
eighth-seed Baker County
capped its surprising run
through the District 4-3A


softball: tournament by
defeating the Indians 3-0 to
win the championship on April
22 in Callahan.
Four errors hurt the Indians
in their quest for a third
straight district title, but they
didn't help themselves at the


plate, either, squandering a
bases-loaded opportunity with
one out in the bottom of the
fifth and failing to take
-advantage of three consecutive
singles in the seventh.
"We weren't seeing the ball
re ch Jsica K t aert siad
"They came out and put a lot
of pressure on themselves.
Thh pionship )eanr bad. ( e
just couldn't seem to put hits
together."
Baker County won four
gme ini these tournament b~y a
including a 5-1 win over top
seed Bradford.
In three straight games_
after the Wildcats' 25-0 win
over ninth seed Crescent City
to open the tournament-
pitcher Haley Crews gave up a
total of 13 hits and two runs.
Still, Keystone had its
chances against Crews with a
couple of scoring opportunities
Chelsea Cravey drew her
second walk against Crews to
lead off the bottom of the fifth.
The lnidiaanesd aterbas pop-u t
single by Kristen Wood and a
walk to Cortney Casas, but a
readptof rsh and ngundout
With one out in the seventh,

Wood, though, was thrown out
at third following Harvin's hit.
An infield grounder then
allowed the 'Cats to record the
game's final out.
Marquart admitted she
expected her players would
come through with the
opportunities they had.
"I have no doubt in these

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Bolles scored four runs in the
first inning en route to
defeating the Keystone Heights
softball team 8-1 in the Class
3A regional quarterfinals on
April 26 in Jacksonville.
Bolles (24-4) had four extra-
base hits, including a home run
by Meagan Burke, and took
advantage of five Keystone


errors. The Buildogs will play
Baker County (15 12) in a
semifinal game on Friday,
April 29, in Glen St. Mary.
Baker County defeated
Oakleaf (18-8) 7-2 in the
quarterfinals.
Keystone, which got a
double from Chelsea Cravey,
who scored her team's only
run, finishes its season at 20-8.


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_The Bradford High Schdbol Class of 1949 celebrated its 62"d class reunion at the
l:Starke Golf and County Club on April 9, 2011. Members and guests of the class in
Attendance were: Edith Fowler Melvin, Julia Taibi Griffis, Maggie Manning
,-Anderson, Miss Della Rosenberg, Joann Dinkins Stith, Nora Lee Prevatt
SWainwright, Georgia Stanley Wolfe, Alma Leta Dyal Sparks, Roswell Kelly, George
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:want to take our jobs. There is a
-plan in Tallahassee to privatize
_:ri ns in the state starting with
b:Region 4. Who knows what fa-
cility they will come after next
I;f we don't stand up now, we l
be standing in the unemploy-
m~ent line.
As a correctional officer, I
jfake my job very seriously. Now
_~T spems that my job, along with
my fellow ofFicers' jobs, may be
in jeopardy. Privatization is not
What the Florida Department of
Corrections needs. Not only is it
b~:ad idea, but it will put our
miless and communities at
Snsk. *
Senator Steve Oelrich (former
sheriff of Alachua County) told
our fellow officers that he is
strongly opposed to the privati-
zation efforts. We need to thank
him for supporting the officers
and our families in his district.
Visit: District Office, 4131
NW 281 Lane, Suite 7,
Gainesville, FL 32606; or call
(352) 375-3555; or e-mail Oel-
rich.ste~ve.web@flsenate.gov.
Now, on the other hand, we
havle Senator Charlie, Dean who
is also a former sheriff and
should be a friend of correc-
tional officers. We need him to
stand with the correctional offi-
cers in his district. Let him know
privatization will hurt our fami-
lies and put our communities at
risk. We need to contact Senator
Dean and urge him to support all
correctional officers in this great
state. Visit: District Office, 415
To~~imkins Street, Inverness, FL
~~150; or call (352) 860-5175;
ore-mail: Dean.charles.
~ieb@flsenate.gov.
Pennv7?eeders
Starke



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nights.
Notices have been sent to all
class members. Everyone w~ho
attended school \ivth the class
of 1961 is invited, even if the\
did not graduate w\ith the class.
For more information.
please call Tom Smith at 904-
964-9222 or Anne Miller at
904-964-8602.


Bass fishing is
Cofsshorn

Ministries' topic
this Thursday
Larry Strickland will be the

Thrdy, Aril 2, C ossh rn
Ministries meeting, w\ith the
topic being, "Bass fishing in
Florida ."
The meeting is scheduled for
7 p.m. at, the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
Strickland, the pastor at
Hope Baptist Church. w\as an
angler or the year three times
at-the club level and finished in
the top 30 out of 900 one lear
while fishing in B .A .S.S.
tournaments.
An "outdoors" devotional
nsd do ir o bhegiealea~ nhil
activities.
Crosshorn Ministries is open
to males of any age who love
the outdoors. Admission is
free. Snacks and drinks will be
available.
For more information, please
call John Whitfield at 352-475-
1904. You may also e-mail
Whitfield at
huntfishwriter~aol .com, or
visit the Crosshorn Web site at
www.crosshornministries.org.


-:ClaSS Of '49 celebrates 62nd feUnion


Madelyn Norman


liberty as a risk to our way of
life and freedom.
I am a native Floridian and
now live in .Bradford County,
not Starke. I was reading my
recent phone bill from Cen-
turyLink, and found, to my sur-
prise, that I was paying a fee of
$2.92' to Starke for my phone.
While Starke is a great place to
live, I live in Bradford County
by choice. Why should I pay
Starke anything? This probably
goes on all over the state of
Florida. -
Is this another way that the
politicians are slipping taxes
onto the people without their
consent? How many people read
their phonevrbills, tax bills and
other charges ~front the city,
county and state?
We allow our county tax ap-
praiser to raise the taxes on our
homes and businesses each year,
and most taxpayers say nothing,
like a bunch of sheep going too
the slaughter.
' When and where is this taxa-
tion spiral going to stop? Only
when we, the people, wake up
and start voting new people into
all elected offices. I would like
to hear the answer to how the
state of Florida allows the phone
company to charge this tax for
Starke, and how our tax ap-
praiser can continue raising our
taxes.
Clayton P. Perry Sr.
Bradford County


Pull your .


Dear Editor:
When eating at Captain D's
on Sunday, I almost lost my
appetite when a young teenager
got up with his pants hanging
down his legs, and an older one
with him had on a gosh awful
outfit with his pants hanging


down exposing their drawers. I
can't see how anybody in their
right mind would go into a res-
taurant or any other place of
business dressed that way. Or is
this the way parents dress them?
Maybe I missed something
when raising my kids. Maybe
this is what raising kids is all
about, or is this the lack of rais-
ing kids? I don't know.
When raising my kids, they
didn't leave home unless they
were presentable. If I had heard
of one of them showing their
butts, believe me, their butts
would be warmed up when I.
caught up with them. I called it
"lifting their spirits," and it
didn't mean I was putting them
in a good mood.
I didn't say anything to the
management at Captain D's, but
as an afterthought, I should
have. I believe a business has a
right to refuse service. All busi-
nesses should cull these people
and require them to dress appro
privately.
The Lawtey Supermarket has
a sign on the door: "Shirts, shoes
and pants are required. Pull your
pants up! We nor our valued
customers care to see your un-
derwear, or lack thereof." I say
hats off to the. management of
the Lawtey Supermarket. What a
great place to shop. The best
meat in Bradford County, and
the employees are friendly.
I have only one thing to say
about the L~awtey police at this
time. I wonder why a white po-
lice car keeps going out C.R.
225 West, a long way past the
city limits. And the car is not
even chasing a speeder. Re-
member "Where's Waldo?" I'd
say, "Where's Lawtey's white
police car?" With gas at four
bucks a gallon, the city needs to
know.
Wayne Massey
Inwtey


Madelyn
NOrman
Mrn" and Mnrs. Gari and Ch is
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Madelyn Grace Norman, on
March 24, 2011, in Gainesville.
She weighed 6 pounds, 11
ounces, and measured 20 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Karen Petrozella of Jackson'
Wyo., and Joseph Petrozella III
of Palm Coast. Maternal great-
grandparents are Emma Wine-
miller of Tamarac and Joseph
Petrozella II of Palm Coast.
Paternal, grandparents are
Ronnie End Corkle Norman of
Lawtey.

Va nessa

VanDuzer
John Christopher and Lauren
Allen VanDuzer are proud to
announce. the arrival of their
daughter, Vanessa Renae Van-
Duzer, on April 4th, 2011, in
Gainesvill~e. She weighed 6
pounds, 1 1 ourices and measured
18 inches in length,
Vatressals> grandparents are
Chris and Terri VanDuzer and
Curtis and Renae Allen of Lake
Butler. Her maternal great-great
grandmother is Ouida Everage
of Lake Butler,

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SParrish reunion


Bair, Davis to

wed April 30
Greg and Tracy Bair of Lake
Butler announce the
approaching wedding of their
daughter. Ruth Bair, to
Matthew\ Davis. the son of
Katherine and Cliff Davis of
Gainesville.
The wedding w\ill take place
on Saturday,. April 30. at
O'Leno State Park. w\ith Brian
Coleman of Diving Covenant
Church performing the
ceremony.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of both Union County High
School and Santa Fe College.
She is currently employed as a
registered nurse at Shands UF
and is pursuing her master's
degree in nursing at the
University of South Florida.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Santa Fe High
School. He is currently
employed by the United Parcel
Service (UPS)-
Invitations have been sent.

BHS class of

'61 prepares for
50th f6UniOn
The Bradford High School
Isass 00frBM n aibe h ld4
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
ivith a social hour beginning at
6 p.m., followed by dinner at 7
.m
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"does not have the purpose, and will not have the
effect, of denying or abridging the right to vote
on account of race or color or membership in a
language minoritygroup.,,
It is clear that between the requirements of the
U.S. and State constitutions and the Voting Rights
Act, redistricting w~ill be a significant undertakin .
All of this before 9:30 a.m 8
At 10 a.m., it w:as time for my final Education
'Committee. We passed out five education bills,
incitiding HB 7195 dealing with high-performin
charter schools.
About an hour into the committee meeting ,
approximately 50 fourth-grade students, teacher ,
and chaperones from Emma Love Hardee
Elementary School entered the-committee room.
For the next half hour, the students were able to
watch and hear both sides of the debate and witness
the roll call as members voted on the proposed
legislation before it headed to the floor. It wvas a
wonderful reminder of our purpose to ensure a
quality education for our students.
We concluded our committee meeting at 12: 15
p.m., and I immediately headed to the Capitol's
22nd floor. Here, we served lunch to about 280
fourth-grade students, teachers, and chaperones. It
wa; a lively hour to say the least!
We then headed to the House chamber for a
mock legislative session. The students enjoyed
sitting at the member desks and debating a bill.The
bill they debated 19as an idea by a student to shorten
the school year. We are grateful to the House staff
and Clerk Bob Ward for his leadership and help in
making this experience meaningful.
After lengthy debate and an amendment to the
bill, both the amendnient and the bill were defeated
by the students.' It was clear after discussion that
the majority felt this proposal would harm their
education and the'r ability to get a job. The kids
watched the board light up with red and green
lights as "members" voted. The prevailing side
was excited and jumped up and down as victory
was upon them. This is not too far from the reality
when the chamber is faced with contentious bills
headed for a vote.

It was special treat for Speaker Dean Cannon
to join the students for questions. He even posed
with the children for a picture at the rostrum.
We also had a second group in the Senate
chambers at the same time. They debated a bill
to require school uniforms, and I understand that
measure was also defeated by the kids in the
Senate.
It is important to note that when you step onto
:the fl~oot of the Senate or the House, this is a place
. HL~ereljhstory is made and where the sovereignty
of car great state rests in the seats of the members.
The importance of this part of the state Capitol
never escapes me when I walk into the chamber
You never lose sight of the important work that is
upon you, or of
the weight of
responsibility
to be diligent
and fair when I f
eercisin t e

entrusted to you
by the citizens.
At 3:45 p.m.,
it was time for
the full House of
Representatives
to get to work .




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shares her thoughts and activitieS
during the seventh week of the


H\ eck sex en of legislati\ e session w\as a short one
;io the Easter holiday My w\eek at the Capitol
,ii \n ith the drill e to ~Tallahassee on Tuesda
ic i rnoo(n. The first order of business was to make
e np to, Sam's Club to get food supplies for the
I~mma L~o\e Hardee Elementary fourth grade field
iip to the Capitol on Wednesday.
e~cdnesday w~as an exciting day at the Capitol. It
;un w\ith an 8 a.m. meeting of the Redistricting
:nmittee. This is a new\ conimittee assignment
,i s m miy eighth committee and I am
:. rilled to ha\e the opportunity to be a part of this
Scess. There are several subcommittees, and the
u'ill committee is chaired by the speaker designate,
~ill Weatherford. I was fortunate to have been
:lected to serve on the full committee.

SjLheconmmi ttee heard presentations on legal issues
.ardcing redistricting and Florida's demographics
,1 1, \rious experts on the subject.
h. ers 10 years, the U.S. Constitution mandates
: cecnsus or headcountt" of everyone residing in
111 U nited States. As many of you know, the U.S.
nsus~ BuLreau completed its work, and now this
. ius is available for redistricting.
These~ population totals determine each state's
portionmen,,,, t of congressional representation.
I icause of1 Florida's growth over the last 10 years,
e w\\ill gain tw\o congressional seats for a total of
7 (New~~ York lost twvo seats and will also have 27
inltreissional seats.)
heii term "'reapportionment" refers to the task
t .Ii \ iding the state's population by the number of
nu!lressional seats apportioned to the state. The
of li redistricting is the process of dividing the
pu:tl,'ltiion of the state by the number of seats in
c.eh ~chamber of the state legislature,

Tlhe principle of "'One Person, One Vote" in
I, niolds v. Sims forbids major disparities in the
:eation of congressional and state legislative
iistricts-. These potential disparities are commonly
rclefired to as' the district's deviation from the
Molc~ population number. To determine the ideal
population number, Florida's total population cif
1 8,80)1.30 1 would be divided by I20 house districts,
40) state senate districts and 27 congressional

la, the last 10 years, the ideal population for each
congressional district has inenyasedc from 639.,295 -
11 696. 345; each state senate distnetl from 3~994559 .
t1 470.0.33; and each state Plouse d~istriief f~rom
i3 j ~86 to 156,678.
~i here are two different federal constitutional
:itandar-ds for deviation employed for analysis of
can gressional districts and state legislative districts.
irticle 1, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution requires
mathematical equality.
In Wesberry v,. Sanders, the Supreme Court
:ii~d that congressional districts must be drawn so
at '"as nearly as is practicable one man's vote in
a! cong~ressionall election is ... worth as much as
mirothler's." In contrast, courts have accepted up to
in pei'rcent total deviation from the ideal population
101ii state legislative districts.
flhe committee heard about requirements of
tie Voting Rights Act prohibiting any practice
, pr-ocedure, including certain redistricting
! :cacices, which impair the ability of a minority
,lmmunity to elect candidates of choice on an
.lual basis w~ith non-minority
voters. We reviewed elements of
:li U.S. Supreme court cases of
I ocrnburg v. Gingles and Bartlett
Strickiland.
Mlealearnedcoabout t(e ol Natio
r ul~ice,.Hendry,.HilIlsborough and M
oI~nro~e) that are coverecftunde~r
etion 5 of the Voting Rights Sp
iet. These co\en d jurisdictions F
;`arl the burden of demonstrating* Highl
'itl the proposed voting change

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reviews that slow dowvn the process. Specifically,
the bill focuses the state role on protecting state
resources and facilities and ensures that therstate
and local governments wvork as partners to protect
these interests.
In terms of state government's role in regulating
local government comprehensive planning and
land use, Florida has one of the most heav:ily
top-dow\n approaches of any state in the nation.
HB7 129 substantially modernizes Florida's growth
management laws by providing local goernments
with greater local control over planning decisions
that affect thei rcomm uni ti es.The billIpreserves the
minimum standards for Florida's comprehensive
growth-management system and preserves the
opportunities in current law for public participation
mn the local planning process.
HB7095 attempts to deal wvith the growing
problem of prescription drug abuse. Florida
has five percent of our nation's population, yet
Florida doctors alone dispense 85 percent of
the Ox~ycodone dispensed in the entire country.
Nearly half of all doctors in the country who buy
and dispense methadone are located in Florida,
and they purchase more than 937 percent of all
the methadone sold to practitioners in the entire
country.
According to a report by the Florida Medical
Examiners Commission, lethal amounts of
prescription drugs are found in deceased people
more often than illicit drugs, and death from
prescription drugs continue to rise.
In 2009, there were 1,157 deaths in Florida
related to prescription drugs this amounts to six;
deaths each day. In 2010, this number had risen
to seven deaths a day for a total of 1,268 deaths.
The percent of population in northeast Florida
using prescription pain relievers for nonmedical
purposes in the past year ranged between 5.4C9 to
6.16 percent.
HB7095 bans practitioners from dispensing
schedule II and Ill controlled substances
and combats the fraudulent use and abuse of
practitioners' prescribing authority. It does not
repeal Florida's Prescription Drug Monitoring
Program.. HB7095 liassed the House with a vote
of 116 to 1.

The House completed its work at 5:45 p.m. and
adjourned for the Easter weekend. After my usual
detour to get doughnuts to take home, I began my
drive home. My weekly letter is just small gli mpse
of what happens' in Tallahassee. For information
on other legislation or to see how members voted,
please visit www.myflorida house.gov. Again,
thank you for allowing me toserveylou.
Janet Adkins
Florida Representative


One t en important bill that passed Wednesday
\\ as mi HBl263 dealing w\ith small trucking. This
bill \\ill no\\ be sent in messages to the Senate.
HBl263 establishes a w\orkgroup to look at
issues relating to small trucking businesses. It
provides that ~on or before October 1, 2011, the
w\ork group is required to de~liver to the governor,
the president of the Senate. and the speaker of the
House of Representath es, a report concerning
rules and regulations affecting small truckin
firms. The report is required to contain legislative
recommendations related to: .
Penalties assessed for idling trucks owned by
small trucking firms:
Development of a corporate tax credit related
to the costs of idling by trucks owned by small
trucking firms:
Theft of cargo or equipment from trucks owned
by small trucking firms. and criminal penalties
imposed for such crimes:
An exemption from rules imposed by DEP
restricting truck washing. for small trucking
firms;
Development of rules to -be promulgated by
DOT regarding random inspection of trucks
owned by small trucking firms and prohibiting the
use of any "'target list" to determine which trucks
are inspected: and
Improving access to DHSMV's offices that
provide International Registration Plan registration
and renewal services to motor carriers, whether
through increased use of technology or by other
means.
After hearing bills relating to residential building
perm its,w\ater equal i ty,tel ecomm unications, growth
management, controlled substances, election
ballots, and others, the House adjourned at 10:4C5
p.m. It wvas a long day!
Returned Thursday f or three more.hours on
the House floor. We had third reading (debate and
\'oting) on six bills. HB7213 names a portion of
S.R. 100 East in Union County as "Deputy Hal
P. Croft a~nd Deputy Ronald Jackson Memorial
Highway.
H B 126 1 creates a process for handl ing legislati ve
ballot summaries that are invalidated by the courts.
Over the last 10 years, four amendments have been
removed fr~om the ballot prior to an election based
on the court's finding of faulty ballot language.
The bill requires that if the ballot summary and
alternative ballot summaries are found defective
by the courts, the full text of the amendment must
be placed on the bal~lot. The bill does not alter the
manner in which the courts review ballot titles or
ballot summarieS to determine accuracy.
HBl355 contairls numerous changes to the
Florida Election Code,including allowing request
for an absentee ballot to be good for tw years. One


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malijor ch~ange is the creation of the
Presidential Preference Primary~
Date Selection Committee. The
committee will be made up of
10 members: three members
appointed by the governor, three
meibbers by- the.ilouse speaker,
three men'lbersr appointed by
the Senate president, and the
secretary of state to serve as a
non-voting chair. The selection
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byBCSO deputies for burglary
of an occupied structure,
larceny, resisting an officer
without violence and failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $25,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

Roy Owens, 59, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 23
by CCSO deputies for DUl.
Joseph Edward Phillips, 2 ,

April ep4n y BSO u ireies f r
DU and refusing to sign di

re eased on April 2.
John Portier, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 22 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation for an original
charge of battery.
Amy Reynolds, 36, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 21
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Asha Latonya Rhines, 29, of
Starke was arrested April 19
by BCSO deputies for passing
a counterfeit check and two
counts of larceny. Bond was
set at $15,000 and she was
released on bond April 19.
Bruce D. Richardson, 21, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
22 and booked into the


Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. He was
released on April 22.
Nicole Mary Rom, 23, of
Starke was arrested April 22
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,000 and she was released
on bond April 22.
Joshua Alex Sumner, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 19
by SPD officers for driving
with a license that had been
expired for more than four
months and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
April 20.
Shawn R. Taylor, 36, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
20 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Amy Michelle Vester, 32, of
Starke was arrested April 20
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $500 and she was released
on bond April 20.


David Walling, 32,, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 21 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court. On April 22, he w~as
charged in relation to a warrant
for driving while license is
suspended or revoked.
Dustin J. Walters, 28, of
Gainesville was arrested April
22 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
was released on bond April 22.
Vern William Wickline, 24,
of Starke was arrested April 24
by BCSO deputies for DUI. He
was released April 24.
James D. Willis, 25, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 20
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original misdemeanor charge.
He was being held on no bond
and remained in jail as of press
time.

Wesley Kyle Withrow, 24,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 25 by BCSO
deputies for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.


driving while license is
suspended or revoked and
possession of .less than 20
grams of marijuana.
Thoa F wler 21, of
Ke stoom Heigoht was arrested
April 22 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear
in court.


sent several text messages to
his ex-wrife after being ordered
to have no contact with her.
Bond was set at 550,000 and
(Te remained in jail as of press
time.
Marion Ty-rone Lee, 23, of
Lawrtes w~as arrested April It(
by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was released on
April 23.
Dw~ight James Littleton, 41,
of Starke was arrested April 21
by SPD officers for battery and
disorderly intoxication. He was
released April 22.
A 16-year-old Lake Butler
juvenile was arrested April 21
by UCSO Deputy David Shane
for battery on staff at the
Union Juvenile Rehabilitation
Facility. The staff member was
attempting to break up a fight
between two juveniles at the
facility.
Linda Marshall, 57, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 23 by CCSO deputies for
possession of narcotic
equipment.
Brannon Fillmore Moody,
21, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 20 by UCSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $25,000.
Barry Moore, 49, of
Hampton was arrested April 22
by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery.
Joseph Morgan, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 24 by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery and
vandalism.

Billy Joe Myers, 32, of
Starke was arrested April 20
by BCSO deputies for battery.
He was released on April 20.
William Lee Newham, 31,
of Starke was arrested April 24
by SPD officers for aggravated
battery on a pregnant victim
and felony domestic battery.
Bond was set .at $20,000 and
.he remained .in jail as of press
time 1;

HamptonL as arerwta A ril of
by BCSO deputies for DUI. He
was released April 23.
Richard Craig Nipper, 43, of
Brooker was arrested April 19


Melody Garmon,
Starke was arrested
by CCSO deputies
theft


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April 8
for petit


Homer Levelle Green, 38, of
Starke was arrested April 19
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

ofH Rard wa naere td Ap3,.1
25 by BCSO deputies for child
neglect without great harm.
She remained in jail as of press
time.
Kelli Nicole Haight, 28, of
Brooker was arrested April 21
by BCSO deputies for felony
domestic battery. She was
re eased on April 2.
Tavores Mondez Ivey, 25, of
Melrose was arrested April 22
by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. He was
released April 23.
Timothy Jones, 39, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 24
by UCSO Deputy John
Whitehead for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription. Following a
traffic stop, Jones was
allegedly found in possession
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John Barnes, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 23 by Clay County
Sheriff s Office (CCSO)
deputies for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana
and possession of narcotic
.equipment.
Scott Bowen, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 18 by CCSO deputies foR
arson. On April I9 echarges oh
criminal d mische etitthet
property dam ge, pei thf
and burglary of a dwelling
were added.
Gary Boyd, 30, of Keystone
Heights was arrested A ril 22
by eCCSO d duties for grand
theft firearm, armed burglary
and burglary to an auto.
Latoya T. Brown, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
20 by Bradford County
Shetiff's 'Office (BCSO)
deputies for failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. She was
released on April 21.
Michael Brown, 49, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 18
by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy Leslie
Crews .or disorderly
intoxication and possession of
narcotic equipment. Brown
was, allegedly on property
owned by the school system
and used for a garden by
agriculture students. He was
allegedly yelling at middle
school students while
intoxicated. ,
Deven Aaron Bryan, 18, was
arrested April 18 by BCSO
deputies for burglary of an


Joshua Matthew Lamb, 27'
Sof Lake ButlerU wa arr e te

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court-violation of an injunction
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David Buzzard, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 19 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
giving a false ID to a second-
hand dealer and two counts of
dealing in stolen firoperty.

ofacK~ Michaele Clliser, 35,
arrested April 23 by BCSO
deputies for DUI and refusing
to sign the traffic citation. He
was released on April 24.
Colby Dispirito, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 22 by CCSO deputies for~
grand theft.
James Dorough, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 22 by CCSO deputies for
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Justin Farmer, 28, of
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BY CLIFF SMlELLEY
Regional Newrs/lSports Editor
Tiana Sheffield ll
represent Union Counts in the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Track and Field
Finals after w\inning the
championship in the triple
jump at the Region 1-Class 2A
meet. which h lias held April 21
at the Bolles School in
Jacksonl ille.
The top four individuals and
relay teams earned the right to
compete in the FHSAA Finals,
which wvill be held Saturda,
April 30, at Sholv'alter Field in
Winter Park. The meet starts at
1p.m., with the triple jump
preliminaries scheduled for 3
P- effiled recorded a jump of
36'3" to best runner-up
Chasell Miranda of Bolles.
Mirnada had a jump of 35'8".
In the 100m hurdles,
Sheffield finished two spots
shy of qualifyingo for the state
finals, placing sixth with a
time of 16.12 seconds.
Samantha Cook came close
to qualifying for state wvith a
fifth-place finish in the shot
put. Cook had a distance of
36'4", with Raines' Nicole
Lamb earning the last
qualifying spot wvith a distance
of 36'5.5".
Cook placed sixth in the
discus with a' throw of 105'2",
which was approximately 9
feet less than fourth-place
finisher Anissa Martin of Bay.
Bryan Holmes, who was one
of two regional participants for
the Union boys' team, placed
seventh and eighth in the 100m
and high jump, respectively.
He had a time of 11.18 in the
100m and a jump of 6 feet in
the high jump.
Cole Temes competed in the
1600m, finishing with a time
of 4:52.48. Girls' team
member Nancy Slocum had a
time of 27.61 in the 200m.

JOnaS Oir~nS 7th,

place finiSh fOf
BHS at regional
track finals
BY CLIFF7 SMELLEY
Regional New~s/Sports Editor
Diontre Jortas- had, the
highest filiiel torthe B'radfrd
April 21 Region 1-Class 2A
track and field finals at the
Bolles School in Jacksonville,
placing seventh in, the 200m
ivith a time..of 22.74 seconds.
Bradford failed to qualify
anybody for the state finals.
-Only the top four individuals
and relay teams earned the
right to advance.
The only other top-10
finishes earned by Bradford
were in the 4x800m relay and
in the 1600m. The 4x800m
team of Da'Quan Blount,
DaVontre .Edmonds, Scotty
'Peirce and Andy Mefrill
placed eighth with a time of
8:53.94, while Merrill was 10'"
in the 1600m with a time of
4:47.12.
Merrill also competed in the
3200m, placing 11'" with a
time of 10:43.01 i
James Shannon was 13'h in
the discus with a throw of
123'3", while Kenny Dinkins
was 13'h in the 400m with a
time of 53.94. Isaiah Jamison
was 13'" in the 200m with a
time of 23.13, while Edmonds
was 16th in the 800m witlY a
time of 2:36.54.
Girls' team member
Amanda Hall earned a pair of
13lh-place finishes in the
1600m a~nd 3200m. She
finished the races with times of
6: 17.8 and 13:39.46.


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Schaul, the Indians' only~ 4844, ext. 23
regional participant, finished e-mail te
the 3200m w\ith a time of mail.clay.k12.
12:51.01. That improved upon
her eighth-place finish and
yertime of 13:08.05 from last BHS yol

Hannah Loder of Matanzas fOOtball
earned the last state-qualifying
sport by placing fourth with a Set for I
time tof 6f r finishers in The Bradfe
each event qualified for the Tornado yout
April 30 Florida High School w~ill be held
Athletic Association Finals in David Hurse
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Logan Johnson (foreground, far left) lines up as part of a scrum in which players
push against their opponents in an effort to gain possession of the ball by hooking
it with the feet and pustilfg it toward their respective teammates.


tight head prop was prior to
playing rugby, but in a little
less than a year, he said he has
learned the basics of the game,
though he added, "You learn
something new every game."
What Johnson has learned in
a relatively short amount of
time has impressed others. He
said he has had referees ask
him how long he's been
playing. When he's told them,
he's had them respond, "Wow,
you're going to be very good
one day."
It's a good feeling. As much
as he loves football, Johnson
admitted he was never that
good of a player in high
school. To find a sport he
stands out in has been
gratifying.
"I've never made that kind
of impact, so it's a first-time
experience for me," he said.
Following one of his rugby
matches, Johnson was
approached by a man who
prfsioa football team. ni-
man presented Johnson with a
business card.
Before his rugby-playing
days, Johnson said he
ivould've "flipped out" if
someone from a football team
was interested in him.
`Things are different now.
"When he handed me the
card," Johnson said, "I was
like, 'OK, cool,' because now
I've found a sport I'm good at,
thtl am glvne "to get better at
If you'd like to know more
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sport that utilized terms such *
as "ruck" and "scrum," and
where instead of scoring six .
points for a touchdown, five
points were awarded for a 1; Cd ~
"try," where the ball is touched
down in the opposing tiam's
in-goal area. Two points are .
awarded for a successful
conversion, or kick through the '
goal posts, as opposed to one
point in football. ~a
Also, a score is reason to
celebrate, but you won't find
any of the showboating or
excessive exuberation -
displayed in football.
"If you do that and don't I ~
touch the t-all down, you're
going to get hurt and stepped Johnson throws the ball
on," Johnson said. "It's a toward an air-bound
gentlemen's game." teammate during a line-
Being what's known as a out.
"gten man's gao voedrug Johnson was a lineman in
socials made up of both teams. football. For the Gainesville
No matter what happened on Rugby Club, he is the tight
the pitch--the rugby field--or head prop, which is one of
how physicalpthe play was, all eight forwards on a team.
is forgotten once the final Forwards, which have names
whistle blows. Players from such as prop*, hooker, lock and
the opposing teams mingle flanker, tend to be the bigger,
with one another, laugh and %rne lyr nata.
have a good time. Their job is to win possession
"That is one concept of the of the ball
game it .took me a while to ---heraingsvnpyrs
get," Johnson said. \'.''bn' the pi~tth.'re backs, which,
re Jo n sad la h~rt li etyhe forwards, go by a
elbow, or gets stepped on, Each player wears the
during a game, his mindset is number that corresponds with
to get even. His teammates his position. Tight head props
have told him to put his hard ivear the number three, so that
feelings aside after the match. is Johnson's jersey number,
If he wants to hold onto the Johnson had no idea what a
memory of what an opposing
player did to him during a
match, he was told to wvait rfi
until the next time they played ,W
each other to try to get even
during a match. Teams line up
Have no doubt, a reason to perpendicular .
"get even" will arise. to the touchline
"There's only one ref on the (side boundary)
field,"~Johnson said. "You're during a line-
constantly getting punched in out, which re-
the mouth. If you're not a
punch thrower, you're going to suepayf-
be abused out there. You havetetebal
to defend yourself at all goes out of
times." bounds. A
Johnson talked of the player on the
concussion he received late in non-offending
one match. He and an team calls a
opposing player `had been ~play and throws
going at it throughout the the ball into the
match, with the opponent at air between the
one. point "clearing" Johnson .
out by grabbing his neck.. w ~e r-
"I gave him a few elbows ated by the
and said, 'Don't touch my teams. John soni pitrda
neck again,"' Johnson said. spcueat
.."L~ater in the match, he put a the bottom
shoulder on the top of my (left), helping to .
head. It was on purpose." hoist a team- iL
During a match in mate into the
Brunswick, Ga., Johnson air to gain pos-
suffered a cut on the top,9f his se ioofte

apox neate 1 n,;e hs paSS.
an attempt was made to get his
bleeding under control. His
head w\as bandaged, and his
teammates had to force his
mouthpiece in since he w\as
Wrapped so tight from the top
.of his head to underneath his
chin.
He played another 20
minutes before he began
bleeding through the bandages.

Br nsivic o th a bb ody toe I
on my head," said Johnson,
w\ho later had the cut stapled
close.
Johnson doesn't seem to
mind the physical nature of
rugby. The relentless action ~IDr. Martin Slaughter
during tw\o 410-minute halves,
though, is another story. After Starke
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My back was so sore. I was
like, 'Could somebody just cut 225 South Orange S
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Obituaries


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Lloyd
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resident of Jacksonville, died
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Jacksonville, the Melrose Lodge
#89 in Keystonle Heights, and was
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Geraldine; and seen
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RamOna Hardee
LAKE BUTLER-Ramona Anne
Hardee, 51, of Lake Butler. died at
her home after a brief illness. She
was born in Gainesville, and had
lived in Lake Butler since 1990.
She was a homemaker.
Mrs. Hardee was a member of
the First Full Gospel Church in
Lake City. She was preceded in
death by: her son, Sylvester James
Bowen; and her father, James Fred
Hardee Sr
She is survived by: her mother
and stepfather, Frankie and
Charles Giddens of Ft. White; a
stepdaughter, Idell Gray of Lake
City; two brothers, Terry Hardee
of Gainesville and James F.
Hardee Jr. of Lakie Butler; a sister,
Bridgette Diedeman of Ft. White;
and four stepgrandchildren.
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Thursday, April 28, at 11 a.m. in
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of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler. Family will receive friends
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IMary PeepleS
STARKE-Mary Esta Wood
Ppe sn e n o~fhHamponA died a
2011. Mrs. Peeples was born in
Stewart, Miss., on April 21, 1928,
to the late Jim and Thelma Herard
Wood, and has been a resident of
Hampton since 1955.
Prior to her retirement, she
worked for Sunland Training
Center in Gainesville and was a
member of the Rock Primitive


Baptist Church in Gralham.
She w\as precededi in death bi:
her brothers. Wllliam W~ood and
John W\oodi: and a sister. Pauline
Lott. She is surlil ed bi: her
children. Sherri Caulkt and Mike
Peeples. btx~h of Hampton. and
Fred Peesples of Keystone Heights:
17 grandchildren and 19 geret-
grandchildren.
Funeral serv-ices w\ere held on
April 18 in the Rock Primitie
Baptist Church. Burial follow ed at
the Rocke Primitive Baptist Church
Cemetery. A rran cements are
under the care of .iones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke. Online
condolences ma) be left at
www\ ~ .j on esgal laghe rfh.com.


high school baseball, football and
basketball. He also coached
college football-
He owned and operated Global
ALssembl1 Manufacturing, and was
co-ow~ner of Reflect-A- Li ght.-
He is survived by: his wife of
23 years, Nancy Nickell Thomas
of Keystone Heights; sons, Ron
Lanier (Christine Cox) Thomas II
of Belleview,. Craig Austin
Thomas and Brandon Cole
Thomas, both of Keystone
Heights; a sister, Linda Sue
(Frank) Starling of Nashville,
Tenn.; grandchildren, Jordan
Lanier Thomas and Kayla
Elizabeth Thomas; and 12 nieces
and nephews. .
aT heefamil s-l lieceeive frien s
Home in Starke on Saturday, April
30, from 4-6 p.m. Funeral services
wvill be held on Sunday, May 1, at
2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in
Starke with Dr. Rodney Coe, Dr.
Frank Starling, Dr. Roman
Alvarez, and Mr. Chub Johnson
officiating. Interment will follow
in Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke. Online condolences
may be left at
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PAID OBITUARY

Helen Waters
LAKE BUTLER-Helen
McMillen Waters, 74, of Lake
Butler, died Tueday, April 19,
201 1, at her residence following a
brief illness. Mrs. Waters was
born in Fayetteville, Tenn., and
had inveda BnDtuenee2 before
She was a retired fruit cannery


operator, and was of the Baptist
faith. She was the daughtersof tne
late John Robert and Myrtle
Louise Whitsett McMillen. She
was also preceded in death by her
husband, Lowell Waters
Mrs. Waters is survived by:
four daughters, Phyllis (Ray)
Hersey of Macclenny, Karen
(Tom) Jenkins and Gena (Mike)
Goldie, all of Lake Butler, and
Susan (Steven) Meier of Bartow; a
son, Tony (Erlinda) Waters of
Lake Butler; brothers, Morris
(Betty) McMillen of Winter
Haven and Bobby McMillen of
Pulaski, Tenn.; 16 grandchildren
and 18 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Apnil 22Hin the ChakpelB IfArche
Michael McMillen officiating
Burial followed at Oak Grove
Cemetery, west of Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Anna Wooten
GEORGIA-Anna Catherine
Wooten, 87, of Thomasville, Ga.,
died Thursday, April 7, 2011, at
her residence. Ms. Wooten was
born in Lawtey on Feb. 14, 1924,
to the late William Carlisle and
Jessie Marie Griffis Wooten.
She is survived by: her sister,
Joella W. Tampa of Thomasville,
Ga.
Graveside funeral services for
Ms. Wooten were held on
Saturday, April 9, in Crosby Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. kOnline condolences may
gallagherfh.com.


Jack Alvers
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Jack
Horace Alvers Sr., 81, of
Keystone Heights, died on
Tuesday,. April 20, 2011, in
Gainesville. Mlr. Alvers w\as born
in Pomona Park on Dec. I1i, 1929,
to the late Earl and K~atie Wells
Alvers and was a retired master
plumber and member of the
Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Local
234.
He has been a resident of
Keystone since 1975, moving
from Middleburg, and he attended
Trinity Baptist Church. Mr. Alvers
was preceded in death by his
granddaughter.
2Hey arsurvi edeby:. ddtehie o
children, Jack (Pat) Alvers Jr. of
Green Cove Springs, Michael
(Jenny) Alvers of Waycross, Ga.,
Cary C. (Sherril) Alvers, Terry
Alvers, Ken (Apnil) Alvers, and
Rick (Valerie) Alvers, all of
Keystone Heights; his brother
Earl Alvers of East Palatka; 2
grandchildren, 31 great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
April 26 in Trinity Baptist Church
with Pastor James Peoples
officiating. Burial followed at
Gadara Cemetery. Arrangements
11e u der (Fe care of one -
Keystone Heights.

GalBrinSOn
STARKE-Gail Brinson, 57, of
Starke, died on Saturday April 16

I vloi g an etende e7Tineosp tha
31> orndinmNewdYork onkJune 3,

c mea Ireand wa sof the apti a
faith.
'Mrs. Brinson is survived by a
daughter, Katina Esker of Starke.
Memorial services will Be held
on Saturday, April 370, at 11 a.m.
ha 1,e C~arl D. Ha let Me~morrC
with, the Rev. Gregory D. Haile
conducting the services. Visitation
will be held at the memorial
service. Cremation will be held at
a later date under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home.

Patricia
Christoft~ers
KEYSTONE~ HEIGHTS-
Patricia Ann Christoffers, 87, of
AKey ton Heifhits, tdted n Fradae
Hospice E.T. York Care Center in
Gainlesville. Mrs. Christoffers was
born on Oct. 14, 1928, in Atlanta,
to the ate Art ur W. and Rauline
In 1955, she moved from
Jackso ville toaK stone kHeigi s

attended Keystone Community
Church. -She was preceded in
death by: her husband, Dr. Donald
M.Chr hn fers; herason, Don hW.
granddaughter, Morgan.
Mrs. Christoffers is survived
by: her daughters, Terri (George)
Lindley of Ponte Vedra, Gail
Murrhee of Keystone Heights, and

ghry egaid t ab of

on Friday, April 29, at 10 a.m. at
the Keystone Heights Cemetery
with Pastor Steve Conner
officiating. In lieu of flowers, the
family is asking for contributions
to be made to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W. 90'1' Blvd., Gainesville.
FL 32606. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher ~
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


stepnen 4.-unneage

Stephen
Cubbedge

"S(3Re"l-Lbbbdgtee of GrAh ni
passed away FridaydeApril 22'
2011, at his rest ence. Mr.
Cubbedge was born on Spt.l 7,
nibtM~a iolugusdnPhtolis Jea
Ans ach Cubbed e, and was a
lifelong area resid nt
Mr. Cubbedge worked d as a
telephone/cable slicer and served
as the president of the Bradford
High School Tornado Touchdown
Club for the past four years. He
was a member of Starke' First
Baptist Church, where he served
asHee i survived by: his wife of
42 Gearsa LndadCurw rC beadn
Cub eges nLan e) hWiggin soe)
Cubbedger of Lawtey, Clint
(Katlyn) Cubbedge of Cherry
Point, N.C., and Tyler Cubbedge
of Charleston, S.C.; a sister,
Cheryl Davis of Hilliard; brothers,
B vd Cuubb eddgee fH Frandin
Beach; grandchildren, Christopher
Welch, Lindsey Wiggins,
Brooklyn Wiggins, James
Cubbedge, Will Cubbedge and Cy
Cubbedge; and great-grandson,
Ryker Welch.
The family received friends at
the First Baptist Church on April
25. Funeral services were held on
April 26 in the First Baptist
Church of Starke with the Dr.
Rodney Coe and Mr. Jeremy
Crawford ofticiating. Interment

Cmt ry. Rang met ,area b
:ones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may
be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
' '`i' PAID OBITUARY


Ronald Thomas


ROnald Thomas
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Ronald "Ronnie" Lanier Thomas'
Sr., 66, of Keystone Heights, died
Fr dae/ceApr 22ho 2011 lwatb hi
on Nov. 23,. 1944t, in Dade City, to
the late Woodrow~ Lanier and Vera
Lee Lewis Thomas, and was a
longtime area resident.
BRt tni ha ofjem er ote First
St. Johns River Junior College,
and joined the U.S. Army National
Guard local Starke unit, serving as
P"' Lt., and was made the battalion
motor officer of the 146"' Signal
CORE. He received a master's
degree in physical education from
Belford Univer ity... He enjoyed
coaching Pop Warner football,







as Telegraph, Timesr Ma nitor B Section Thirsday, 4prff2 ,2031j]


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional N~ews/Sports Editor
Three batters had three hits
each as the Keystone Heights
baseball team had 15 overall in
a 10-2 win over fourth seed
Baker County in the
quarterfinals of the District 4-
3A tournament on April 25 in
Keystone.
Ryan Latner and Evaq
Harvey--the top two batters in
the order-each went 3-for-5.
while Chase Julius- the
lineup's th~ird~ batter-werit 3-
for-3 with three RBl: Julius'
tivo-run double, along with
Robbie .Davis' three-run
homer, put the fifth -seed
[Indiains. on top for good after
an early 2-0 defi~cit.
Baker Coun~y's Ethan
Wilkerson hit a horne run -to
putlthe, Wildcats u'p 2-0 in the
top of-the first. It was one of
two hits in the inning off of
K~eystone':~- p-itcher. Jeff
RStadricii: but Stradnicki~ are
;fhp :hree :hith the: rest :of the -
way. HC gave 'up julstl two
walks and -struck out five~ to
improve his record to- I0-2.
T:ryler Jolley led. off the top
of the second for KeCystone by ji
-drawiing a walk;. Brantley Lott
thest~ singled before; Davis
stepped to the plate anti drove
a pitd) over thie fence:?;o put
the I~Idians up '3-?:- With- two
outs, Latner beat out a ground
ball to short, while Harvey' hit
the first of his two doubles.
:Julius followed wilh a double
that scored Labler and Harvey
and put Keysione up by three.
The 5~-2 score held up until
the sixth, when~ Keystone led


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Pitcher Chase Julius gave up
four hits and struck out eight
as the fifth-seeded Keystone
Heights baseball team defeated
top seed Bradford 6-1 in a
Dis ric 4rI 3A smitinal game
The Indians will now play
second seed Baldwin for the
.championship on Thursday,
Kyto 8, B ldw n de atm
'third seed West Nassau 17-15
in the semifinals. *
lea eto wok w teh riht 0 t
bat. Ryan Latner led off the
top of the first with an infield
single and moved to second on
Evan H'arvey's sacrifice bunt.
Latner scored on a single by
Julius, while another run
scored on an error that allowed
Colton Griffis to reach safely.
Griffis rounded the bases on a
wild pitch and a balk before
scori n o on Tyler Jolley's
sacrifice fly.
Bradford p pitcher Inyler


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LEFT: Pitcher
Jeff Stadnicki
earned the win
for t)1e Indians
in the 10-2 dis-
trict quarterfi-
nal win over
Baker County.
He gave up five
hits and struck
out five. BE-
LOW: Short-
stop Ryan Lat-
ner throws the
ball to first to
record an out.


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Third baseman
Tyler Jolley
dives after a
foul ball in
Keystone's Dis-
trict 4-3A q~uar-
terfinal win
over Baker
county.


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off the inning with~ four
consecutive singles by Holden
Huggins, Latner, Harvey and
Julius. Latner and Harvey both
reached on. successful bunts,
while Hugginis scored on
`Julius' single: Latner put .the
Indians up 7-2 wvhen he stole
home with Jolley at hat. Jolley
then singled to score Harvey.
Ltott, who finished the game
2-for-4, followed Jolley's hit
with a single of his own, which
scored Julius and -pinch runner
Steven Lackey, putting the
Indians up 10-2.
With the: exception of the'
first, the only inning in which
the Wildcats had ~more :than
one base runner was the sixth.
Th~e' had~ two : ingles that
inning, but Stadnicki had two
strikeouts 'to prevent .any
further damage.


Keystone sec-
ond baseman
Evan Harvey
swin s at a
pitch- against.
Baker County.
Harvey was 3-
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doubles in the
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~scoreless for the next three
innings, but Keystone added
two runs in the fifth. Latner
and Harvey hit back-to-back
singles with~ one out. Then,
with two outs, Griffis was hit
by a pitch, loading the bases.
Holeyd drejuna 1 a k, 1 li
Brantley Lott was bit by a
pitch, forcing another run
home and pu~tti'ng the Indians
uH rey hit an RBI double in -
the sixth to cap the Keystone
sc ford's only run came
courtesy of Brapdon -Ti(mas
and Ryan McKeown. Thortas ~
reached ori a fielder s choice in
the bottomn of the seventh and
stole second before scoring on
McKeown's single into -right 1
field.
McKeown finished the garne
2-for-3 .
The Indians were led by
L~atner, who was 3-for-4, and
Harvey, who was 2-for-4.
Yowell gave up 10 hits and
two e rned runs, while striking


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FloridaWorks Job Fair~
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
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Chamber Services Brerakfast
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
8:00 AM .
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Bradford County
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Thursday, May 19, 2011
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Chritsy's Olde Time Meeting House

Ribbon Cutting
May 19, 2011 at 1:30 PM
Women's Health .of Central Florida
1546 South Water Street
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Thursday, May 26, 2011
12 Noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conference Center
1610 N Temple Ave. Starke, FL

Educational Summit
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Wednesday, May 25, at 1:30
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Friday, May 27, 2011
Pe~t Parade at 6:30
5:b00-8:00
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Memorial Day
Monday, May 30, 2011
Chamber office will be Closed


.H atS productif6 10-2 win over 'Cat's


district semifinal


win over Tornadoes


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Thursday, April 28, 2011 Telegraph, Times 81 Monitor 8 Section 9




Mc~eown hurls no-hitter in Tornadoes' 4-0 win over Tigers


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Bradford first baseman Jackson Eaves awaits a throw from pitcher Ryan McKeown
in an attempt to pick off Union County base runner Chason Andrews.


out of a bases-loaded jam.
Willis gale up tw\o hits, no
walks and no runs in 2.1
innings. He struck out six of
the eight batters he faced.
The Tigers' offense came to
life in the bottom of the fourth,
which opened w~ith three
consecutive hits, including a
double by Austin Harden and
an RBI single by Bradley. A
balk scored another run before
Herse\ reached on an error.
Herself wvas later caught in a
rundown, but was able to reach
second safely after the Raiders
threw~ the ball aw~ay. The play
allowed Bradley to score and
pull Union within 4-3.
A single by Dylan Allen and
a wvalk to Kendall Wright
loaded the bases. Colby
Andrew~s drove in a run with a
single, while Seth Parrish hit a
sacrifice fly to~ drive in
another, giving the Tigers their
first lead at 5-4.


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its second out, but Dylan
Manning--after the runners
advanced on a balk--hi a
single to push twyo runs across.
Bradford's 2-0 held until the
fifth, which started off good
for Union. Hersey retired the
first two batters on a flyout and
a strikeout, but Kendall
Norman and Manning each
singled before Austin
Chipoletti hit a double that
scored the final two runs of the
game.
Manning~ and Norman each
went 2-for-3 to lead the
Tornadoes at the plate.
Prior to the district
tournament, Bradford
concluded the regular season
with a 2-0 road win over
Baldwin on April 19.
It was a scoreless affair
through seven, but in the top of
the eighth, Chipoletti and
Manning each drove in a run.
Manning finished 2-for-4,
while Ch poletti was 1-for-4
with a double.
Bradford had four hits
overall
McKeown earned the win,
giving up four hits and six
valks, while striking out 12.

Tigers start slow, but
reach quarterfinals with
10-run win over Raiders
Union had one hit after three
innings and trailed ninth seed
Crescent City 4-0, but the
Tigers came to life, scoring
seven runs in the fourth and
eventually enforcing the mercy
rule on Colby Cothren's walk-
off grand slam in the sixth
inning of a 14-4 win in the
play-in game of the District 4
tournament on April 23.
The Raiders got a two-run
double in the second to go up
2-0, then pushed another two
across in the top of the fourth
on a sacrifice fly and a bases-
loaded walk.
Crescent had seven hits off
of pitchers Troy Kite and
Walter Bradley through the
first 3.2 innings, but -Miles
Willis came on in the fourth
and struck out the first batter
he faced, which got the Tigers


ABOVE LEFT:
SBradford
pitcher Ryan
McKeown
threw a no-
'':~h'itteP~ to dend
-t t. he Tornadoes
into the district
semif inals.
LEFT: Union
pitcher Dustin
Hersey struck
out nine batters
despite the
loss.


BY CLIFFSMELLEY
~Regional N~ew/Sports Editor
xRyan McKeown pitched a
i~implete-game, no-hitter to
help the top-seeded Bradford
baseball team defeat Union
county 4-0 in the quarterfinals
fthe District 43A
ornament on April 25 in
Keystone Heights.
McKeown (6-4) struck out
,eight batters and gave up three
'1valks to send the Tornadoes
jrnto their April 26 semifinal
matchup against Keystone.
Eighth seed Union, which
defeated Crescent City 14-4 on
April 23 to advance to the
quarterfinals, finished its
season with a 9-16 record.
The Tigers got a solid outing
-fom pitcher Dustin Hersey,
who gave up seven hits and
Tine walk in a complete-game
effort. Hersey had nine
strikeouts, but the Tornadoes

ith i-lutch, two-out hits.
'With one out in the bottom
fthe third, McKeown hithi afo b oi u
single into left field, which
,vas followed by a walk given
up to Tyler Yowell. A fly ball
g center field gave Bradford


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Harden and Bradley hit
consecutive singles in the sixth
before Hersey drew\ a w\alki to
load the bases. That set the
stage for Cothren's grand
slam, which ended the game.
Andrews finished the game
3-for-4 with three RBI, while
Willis was 2-for-3 wvith an
RBL. Harden was 2-for-3 also.
while Bradley was 2-for-4 with
an RBl.


Wright scored the sixth run
by stealing home during the
Raiders' attempt to throw


Andrews out stealing second.
Andrews was safe and
eventually scored on a single
by Willis.
Bradley led off Union's half
of the fifth by reaching on a
dropped third strike. He stole
two bases on a wild pitch and
scored on Hersey's infield
single. Wright drew a walk,
and he and Hersey scored on a
double by Andrews, making
the score 10-4.


ABOVE: Tyler
Yowell takes a
cut for Bradford
.dgamnst Union.
County. LEF-T:
The-Tigers'
.AystipUpard en
takes a pitch
for a balf.


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ith marjiple fit trarse
1 mile east of hospital
on CR 230 (Call Street),
great area for kids and
recreation, close to town
and shopping. $198K
obo, call 352-494-7987
and leave message. View
by appointment only
49
MObile Homes
For Sale
NEW 2011 DOUBLEWIDE
3BR/2BA. delivered and


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Street Home Sales. Call
386-418-0438.
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US aD 18 REDMAN TRI-
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only $36,995. 13th Street
H~o8 Saes, cl at 386-
SU2PER CEMN, 160 2BR/
all new kitchen cabinets.
Deliver and setup, only
02 1 th te 6 1om~e
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Call 386-418-0424
NEW 3/BR/2BA SKYLINE
32x64. 2x6 side walls, up
grade insulation, deluxe
~applitarce pckage, whi l
only$59,995. 13thStreet
Home Sales, Alachua,
Call 386-418-0424.
NEFE t~B aREe TLE
3BR/2BA. Will move for
free. Only $36,900. Call
904-783-4619
USED DOUBLE, will move
for free, only $14,900.
904-783-4619.
DOLLAR & a DEED. Can
get you a 3BR/2BA 2011
model for only $360/mo.
Call 904-783-4619.
PALM HARBOR 32 X 80
4BR/2BA, only $475 per
month. Call 904-783.
4619.


NEW AND USED MOBILE
HOMES. Singlewides
or doublewides turn key
da s. 16l Mke f~o8 best
LAND, HOME PACKAGE
done direct from the fac-
tory to your land. Turn key
del irt cep. Call Mike
USED SING LE WID ES
14x70 2BR/2BA. First
M1 0300 c 3h wins. Call
BANK5R6EPOr n0 eMERI
$24,900 includes A/C,
deck, setup material.
CBank repo.6sav thousand
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Lynn 386-365-4774.


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PAY, $15 base/appt. PT/
FT openings avail Cus-
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train, conditions apply all
ages 17+ Call now 352-
505-9241.
CUSTOMERSALESAssoci-
ates needed Covenience
store Is seeking highly
motivated employees with
retail experience for our
Lawtey location Full
and part time positions
available. Must be able
to work ALL shifts. Com-
petitive salary, bonus,
benefits and opportunity
to join a progressive and
fast growing company,
Lawtey call Marie at
904-782-1228.
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or. 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
Snis~eHdome ca Sew
Lvices, 35 68R2619S

I cted in ntrewsFo
doetils call Kevin @904
838-1979.


60
For Rent
FOR RENT 2BR Aipart-
ment downtown Starke,
all utllitles Included $650
per month Call Joan at
904-964-4303
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolla
Hotel Both refrigerator
and microwave Special
rates, by the month Call
904-964-4303 for more
fnormation
Wt HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH-, clean, close to pnson
Call 352-468-1323
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE' Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homess In Starke/Lake
Butler Deposit required
Call 678-438-6828 or
MOB1 5OMES FOR
EkNmT s artid kt $
496-8111
2BR/2BA HOUSE on Lake
Brooklyn, Keystone. $675
per month, frrst, last &
steoc d roset WID, ref ,
port Call 904-225-4908
or 904-738-0979.
2s c.Bdep~oO 5G2E. Lk&
Geneva area. Call 352-
NE4 9BR19BA HOME, CH/
An esh etreity enegy
efficient home. $950/
rno.,of rt,r it dsecur t
s352-745-1189 or 904-
;964-8431.
S TARKE, APARTMENT,
:1BR bathroom with
tub/shower, large living
room, CHiA kitchenlap-
ipliances, washer/dryer,
'wn w covenngs lve y
Painted, imrt1aculate, on
ndmal sec~ohnd ber
Itbat can be, infant room,
Iplayroom, or office. Year
lease, $435/mo. first, last
jand security. Dixon Rent-



28BR/2BN MHHo GHcre
'cosedto town C$ 5 5m

2lctin R A ce H Ng 57Q
jmo. First months rent plus
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L 1K00 RE 1A $475,
B/11.5BA on Bolt Lake,
keystone Heights. 35ft.
screened patio. $475

conditiono, for more infor-
'plation call:904-964-5006
ior 904-422-8959.
S. THOMPSON ST. near


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Screen porches, CH/A.
senike ganimalseonly rno
S$5006deposit. Call 386-


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apartments. Central ac/
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be 8 30 am to 2:30 pm,
Monday through Friday.
We want to appeal to
retired teachers too..We
will be accepting applica-
tion from April 15th to
May 16th
FULLTIME MAINTENANCE
SUPERVISOR, needed
for apartment commu
nity In the Lake Butler
area Pre.vious expe-
rience preferred. You
may apply at 1005 SW
6th St, Lake Butler FL .
Drug free workplace and
EOE. Competitive sal-
ary and benefits package
offered
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW, accepting applica-
tions for pari time Dietery
Aide/PRN Cook. Able to
work as part time dietary
aide and blH uowsovaas
an ti uial c oking skis
fax resume to 904-964-
4446 DFWP. EOE. 808 S.
Colley Road, Starke


HUGE MO3VING SALE ev-
enftning must go Tnurs-
day. Friday, Saturday
rain or snine ri44 SE
CR 18 Hampton Furn:-
ture, household items
appliances Electronics
clothes an3 much muen
more. 352-256-8099 cell
SPRING CLEANING YARD
SALE on Friday and Sat-
urday, 7 30 a-2P The
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

53B
Keystone Yard

YAR SLE April 30 8a.
2p. 335 SW Peach St
3xlg & 4xig size wom-
en's clothes, glass ware,
Nascar cards, household
iems, odds & ends
Ya~nD Sa urda 8- noo
St. William Church, 210
Peach St. .
YAnRoDnSA6L3E32Saturda Ba-
Ave, near Baker Road
Children clothes, misc

ESTATE SALE, Saturday
8a-?, 950 S Lawerence
Blvdd Furniture, odds and
HUGE 5 FAMILY YARD "
SALE. Thursday, Friday,
Saturday, 8a-3p, rain of
shine. Off Melrose road
at 8419 Lilly Lake Pd,
watch for signs. House-
hold items, furniture, toys,
cl ths Omuch more. 352-
YARD SALE FRIDAY AND
ST yDAY 285 Almond


off CR 18, $650/mo, first
Security deposit 352-
871-1506
28RIBA MH, spilt bedroom
plan, spacious eat In
kitchen with Dak cabl-
nets, and more carport,
paved parking. Large
deck with a nice view for
sitting Convenient loca-
tlon In Keystone Heights
Rent $695 Secunity De-
posit $750 Annual lease,
available in May 352-
258-3898
AVAILABLE MAY 9 New-
ly renovated 2BR/18A
on Silver Lake. CH/A,
screened porch, lawn
care, etc included $550/
mo, first plus security with
good references Call
352-473-5214

52
Animals and
PetS
PIT BULL PUPPIES, black
& blue fawn, 1 male 1
female, 4 months old.
$50 really good deal. 904-
769-6674.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE YR3D S LE 4/29 &
nut St. many collectibles
cookie jars, CD radios, old
YA D SAEadChi n-
n-Rice Dinner Saturday
Ca2 tthuhFrs mresy-
921 E Call St, Sponsored
by the Youth.
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
SALE. Saturday 8:30a.
12p, 1222 Harley Circle
Women's, men's
toys, and hou
items.


49-68 years young Send
phone/w photo to Rev
NSD 1501 Beach DR SE
St Petersburg FL 33701.
65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED Mature,
reliable bookkeeper, with
knowledge of AP. AR,
Payroll, Sales Tax re-
turns and good computer
skills Send resume to
PO Drawer A Starke.FL
32091

HEL ER FOR HOME RE.
PAIRS. No alcohol, drugs
tobacco, all tested Live
in Melrose or Keystone
preferred Call 352-475-
1596 leave a message
STARKE CHURCH OF
GOD Y FAI H. ~e are
(2) as well aoPara for oue
program begins June 27th
and runs to August 8th.
Hours of Operation will


TRAILER IN COUNTRY
singlewide 3BR/2BA.
New87ly remodeled. CH/A,
new kitchen, carpet, etc
Mini blinds throughout,
wood deck. quiet area
nice yard,5$500 per mont/
c deposit 10997 SE 49th
Ave, Starke Senior dis-
count, must see to appre-
clate Call 904-571-6561
or 352-468-1093
NICE LOCATION 3BR/28A
MHl CH/A $650/Mo, first,
and last Call 904-964-
3595
2BR/1BA MH Ideal for one
or two people Starke
area, outside city limits,
$475 per month. Senior
discount Call 904-964-
8218
28R/1 5BA MH, 7456
$6r0eo, $S50 seurite
Cdte check is on end;
smoking

3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A
between Lake Butler &
Rnforder mntdhe Cl
904-305-8287 or 904-
284-9223.
EHOSMEO3BE/2BAl 45HSTW
Dove ST.Fenced yard'
aet seacu ty. 32 i t
2BR2R6 ASW, quiet area off
CR 221 CH/A, fireplace,
new refr gerator and flocir-
Service animals only, Call
352-468-3221.
COME TO QUITE COUN-
TRY, Cute 2BR/2BA Mo'
bile home. Screen porch*
pole barri shed. large
fenced yard. 1 1/2 miles


55
Wanted
C;SH =OR JUJNLcarsS$200
& up Free pick up, run-
ningg or not Call 352-
771-6191


5
FOr Sale
TOOLS. HEAVY EOUIP-
MENT of all kinds 904-
964-4355
5 CREOSET POLES, (treat-
ed telephone poles) 25
ft 11 Inches $50 each
904-966-1183
BEAUTIFUL CHERRY
WOOD ARMOIRE. TV
opening is 35" 125. 352-
964-7365
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7526 or e-mail lynns-
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S3.000 OBO.
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aged wood & sills. Level-
Ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs Pier Replacement
& alignment We do all
types of tractor work.
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
-timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark. 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
upanywhere. Upto$200.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
WILL CARE FOR ERLDELY
Housekeeping, cooking
errands dctr repn .

9e ere ces avilablrek Call

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LOOKING FOR WOMAN
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Starke Rec.
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T'he Starke ccreation
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run in for the 'Cats on an
infield grounder before
Ke stone shortstop Harvin
recorded the third out by
catching a line drive.
Earlier result:

KH 5 Bishop Snyder 3
Kelsey Waters hit a triple in
the top of the sixth to help lead
the Indians to a 5-3 win over
second seed Bishop Snyder in
an April 21 district semifinal
game.
It was a 3-all game when
Rachel Wells led' off the sixth
with a single. Courtesy runner
Caiylen Gonzales stole second
before scoring on Waters'
triple inside the first-base line.
Waters would come around
and score on the throw from
the outfield.
Waters finished the game 3-
for-3, while Wells was 2-for-4
with two RBI.
The Indians built an early
lead, scoring three rups in the
first two innings. Singles by
Casas--who was 2-for-4-and
Walker set the stage for Wells'
two-run double in the first,
while Waters hit a lead-off
single and scored on Taylor
Semione's single in the
second.


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while the cost of the 6-18-
year-old session is $108.
T`he camp program provides
a unique cultural experience
f'Zr the players, highlighted in
the camp World Cup. The
coaches use this daily
tournament to teach the players
about life, customs and
traditions of other countries.
The campers are asked to
make up soccer chants, wvear
the team colors of their
country, bring flags and learn
as much as they can about the
country they represent.
Each camper will receive a
T-shirt, soccer ball, poster and
personalized skills
performance evaluation. In
addition, any child who signs
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Helped her
cause at the
plate, going 3-
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RBI triple.




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baseman Kayla Walker then
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Shortstop Chelsea
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fly ball.


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third.
Bishop Snyder tied it up in
the third, taking advantage of a
couple of errors, including onel
that allowed the third run to
score .
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six hits and no walks, striking
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Tracy hit a ground ball to
shortstop Harden, who threw
t ball to ctchaetre Jr an
home. A fly ball to center
fielder Hersey ended :the
inning, leaving the Tigers
trailing by three.
Jordane Spitze led off the
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just the team's second hit of
the game. Two flyball outs and
a strikeout, though, left her
stranded.
The Wildcats had 13 hits off
of pitchers Thornton and Holly
Tucker, with Holton going 5-
for-5 with a three-run homer in
the seventh.
Baker would go on to (lose
toldefeat) Kezystone H'eights in
the April championship
game.


Earlier result:

UCHS 7 W. Nassau 6
Harden hit a double and a
triple, and had three RBI to
d strict e mthenals ish ta 'i6
win over West Nassau in an
April 19 quarterfinal game.
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for-4, while Hersey and
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a double, while Bowen drove
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stolen-base attempts.
Harlee Rimes drove in two
runs.
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runs against Thornton, but
only two were earned.
Thornton threw 6.1 innings,
giving up seven hits and three
walks.
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