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Tips to prepare Man charged with manslaughter in worker's death


for a storm
Hurricane season has officially be-
gun, and Starke's operations manager
said et F rone should be prepared.
"While we hope for another mild
hurricane season, we always need to be
prepared for the possibility of several
storms," said Starke Operations Man-
ager Ricky Thompson. "The city of
.Starke is ready to act in the event of an
emergency and we urge all Floridians
to do the same."
One dozen hurricane season tips
I. Following a power outage, unplug
all your large appliances and electronics
to prevent power surges when electric-
ity is restored, which can often damage
equipment and create fire hazards.
- -2. Remember the "three don't" when
using generators: DON'T run a genera-
tor in the house; DON'T run a generator
in the garage; and DON'T plug the gen-
erator directly into your home's main
electrical system. The first two can lead
to asphyxiation and the third can send
an electrical charge back into the power
grid, posing an electrocution hazard to
utility workers.
" DO run'the generator outside in a
well-ventilated area, and DO plug indi-
vidual appliances directly into the gen-
erator.
3. If your home is flooded, turn off
your electrical power until a profes-
sional inspects it thoroughly.
4. If you smell gas. evacuate imme-
diatel, and contact s u g.j-, company's
emergency phone number.
5. Make sure you have current iden-
tification. Y6u might have .to pass
through identification checkpoints be-
fore being allowed access to your home
or neighborhood.
6. After the storm,check to see if your
home's weatherhead is damaged; it is
located above the electric meter where
the wires come out of the pipe. Utility
workers cannot reconnect service if
this piece of equipment-which is the
homeowner's responsibility-is dam-
aged. If your weatherhead needs repair;
please contact a licensed electrician.
7. Utilities often cannot respond
to individual customers with special
needs during or immediately after a
storm. When warned of an incoming
storm, have a plan in place for evacu-
ating people with special needs. Know
the location of special needs shelters in
case you are unable to evacuate. If you
or someone in your family has special
electrical medical equipment needs,
notilf your electric utility prior to a
storm's arrival.
s. Visit www .FloridaDisaster.org to
determine your hurricane evacuation
route.
9. Capture water in your water heater
by turning off power to the unit and
closing the water valves. If-you lose
water pressure, you will have about 40
gallons of fresh water stored in the tank.
Store additional water in your bathtub
and fill the washing machine with wa-
'ter. This water supply can be used for
cleaning or to operate your toilets.
10. Clear your patio and yard of lawn
furniture, toys, potted plants and other
debris that can blow around in high
winds, causing damage or injury. Bring
these items indoors or place them in a
garage.
11. Prior to the storm, identify the
places around your home where. you
can shut off your gas, water and elec-
tricity. In an emergency, you might
need to turn them off quickly.
:12. Create a hurricane survival kit
that includes: first aid supplies: water
(at least one gallon/person/day); bat-
teries: flashlights: battery-powered ra-
dio: manual can opener; prescriptions;
bab\ food and diapers; pet food: canned
foods; cash; tarps; rope; bleach: trash
bags; charcoal or gas grill w ith plenty
of fuel: wooden kitchen matches: and
a portable cooler. Don't forget a hard-
wire, corded phone. Cordless phones
will not work during a pow er outage.


David Michael
White, 49, of
Keystone Heights
was charged
May 25 with
negligent vehicular
manslaughter,
DUI vehicular
manslaughter
and driving while
license is suspended White
or revoked.
He is being held in the Bradford
County Jail on a $100,000 bond and he
remained in jail as of press time.
White's arrest resulted from the
investigation that followed the Feb. 4



Good and


bad in


FCAT 2.0


Scores
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The scores are in, and Bradford
County third-graders taking the FCAT
2.0 test for the first time scored slightly
higher on reading but lower on math.
SThe district average in reading rose
by three points, and the percent scoring
level 3 or higher rose to 71 percent. The
average math score tumbled five points,
and with if fell the percentage of third-
graders scoring at level 3 or higher.
SScoring a level 3 is on target with ex-
pected grade level performance. Those,
who score less are said to be perform-
ing below grade level, and in the third
grade, scoring below level 2 in reading
can keep a student from being promoted
to the fourth grade.
' The district's third-grade math score
continued to'significantly trail the state
by more than 20 points,.and the reading
score was also seven points below the
state average.
That doesn't mean there wasn't
some remarkable improvement charted.
Southside Elementary, for example,

See FCAT page 3A


crash that took the life of AT&T worker
Jason D. Wisham, 29, of Palatka.
Wisham was working at the base of
a utility pole at the side of S.R. 100 in
Bradford County when he was struck
and killed in the Feb. 4 crash.
According to. the Feb. 4 report.
submitted by Florida Highway Patrol
Sgt. J. Powell, Wisham was transported
to Shands UF following the crash,
where he was pronounced dead.
The report said that Wisham had
legally parked his 2001 Chevrolet van
at the side of S.R. 100, just east of Hope
Baptist Church. Wisham was at the base
of a nearby utility pole when the 2000
Plymouth van driven by White left S.R.


100 and traveled onto the shoulder of
the road.
White's van struck Wisham and then
continued forward, striking Wisham's
parked vehicle. White's van rotated and
overturned before coming to rest on
the shoulder. White was also seriously
injured in the crash.

Charges added to
former officer
Additional charges were added
this week to those against Kenyatta J.
Sheffield, 35. of Jacksonville.
Formerly a part-time Lawtey Police


Department officer,
Sheffield is accused
of requiring people
to pay traffic fines
to him directly,
instead of to the
courthouse.
An additional
count of offering a '
bride and one count
of accepting a bribe Sheffield
were added May 24
to those pending against Sheffield.
He was booked into the Bradford
County Jail and released on May 25.


Third Grade FCAT Scores, 2010-2011


Starke Elem.
Southside Elem.
Lawtey Comm.
Brooker Elem.
Hampton Elerm.


District
State


Reading
2010
% Level 3


2011
% Level 3


Avg. Score and Above Avg, Score and Above
306 67 313 73
294 61 305 74


317
319
306


304
314


306
292
309


307
314


68
56
74


71
72


Math


Starke Elem.
Southside Elem,
Lawtey Comm.
Broker Elem.
Hampton Elem,


District
State


2010
% Level 3
Avg. Score and Above
347 87
308 60


321
311
312


321
337


76
61
69


71
78


2011
% Level 3
Avg. Score and Above
323 75
312 69


319
292
322


316
337


68
56
74


70
78


Gold Star 'Sis' remembers her brother


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The local Veterans of Foreign War
group hosted its annual service in mem-
ory of fallen veterans on Monday and in
appreciation of the patriotism and hero-
ism that have kept America free.
The ceremony was held at the monu-
ment at Charlie Schaefer Veterans Me-
morial Park in Starke.
VFW Post 1016 Commander Brian
Wyatt said regardless of when, where
or how Memorial Day began. it belongs
to us all.
"Death knows no divisions nor politi-
cal views. It knows no distinction be-
tween uniforms or battlegrounds. The
nation knows that all too well from the
Civil War:' he said. ")Death unites the
fallen in God's care and heaps grief and
loss in equal measure on those left to
mourn.
Wyatt said that's a message that a
strident fe\ w-those who use military
funerals as places of protest-need to
learn.
"No matter what views one holds


about our current conflicts in Iraq,
Afghanistan, or indeed any conflicts
anywhere, there's no place f6r such in-
trusions during these solemn rites, no
cause worth offering further pain to the
families of the fallen," Wyatt said. The
men and women of the nation's military
exemplify unity by putting aside their
differences and working together, he
added, and every story of death is ac-
companied by one of heroism.
"No protest can. change nor should
mar these acts of bravery or dishonor
the dead:" Wyatt said. Memorial Day
is the day to remember those who have
risked and lost all in service of their
country and their families, he said.
More Americans mark Memorial
Day with a cookout than b flying the
flag. visiting a memorial or decorat-
ing graves, said Wyatt. but he talked
about the volunteers who do place flags
in cemeteries or who hold watch o\er
tombs-public acts of dedication as
well as private acts of mourning.
"Our hearts and our pra\crs go out

See SIS page 2A


VFW Chaplain Christine Peace and attendees of the Starke Memorial
Day ceremony recite the Pledge of Allegiance.


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to the families who have lost a
loved one to the nation's service,
and especially to those families
who have bourne their tragedy
so recently and whose tears are
still so close to the surface"'
Wyatt said, adding that the same
goes out to those who have been
wounded and who are fighting
for their lives.
"It's on the shoulders of these
brave legions of fallen and their
comrades in uniform past and
'present that our nation is carried
"to greatness," Wyatt said.
.: This year, the VFW invited
:someone to speak for whom Me-
morial Day is particularly sig-
nificant. Linda (Wilsher) Clance
was born to parents who had both
served in the Navy during the
Second World War, and she grew
up in Jacksonville alongside her
younger brother, Everett.
Her brother was killed in ac-
tion in 1969 while serving during
the Vietnam War. He was just 20
years old. Forty-five more days,
and he would'have returned to
the U.S.
Clance thanked everyone who
gathered at the park for the cer-
emony. for neither veterans nor
their families should be forgot-
ten.she said.
"Only those \\ho have stood
and heard those words that for-
ever mar a family's life--We
regret to inform \ou'-can un-
derstand the depth of wounds
that n\e er heal: a mother's cr\ -
'Oh. God. not mI son': a father's
question- 'Wh\ couldn't it have
been me instead''"'
Siblings. like her. \ho lose the
brother or sister \\ ho had always
been there for them also under-
stand, she said.
"After 40 \cars I still hear m\
mother's cri as I stood beside
her \\hen the messenger came
that day. the sobs of m\ father as
he stepped off a plane returning
from dut\ in the Mediterranean."
Clance said.
Those words s still resonate in
her heart, she said. and it was a
story repeated far too often dur-
ing the Vietnam War.
"Thousands of families mourn-
ed in silence as a nation was di-
vided in turmoil while e our loved
ones fought and died thousands
of miles awa\ from home." she
said.
Though the\ heard those \ords
and \\ nt on living. something-
someone--\as alw\ay s missing.
she said.
E \ rctt Wilsher \\ as a member
-.-of the 116'" Assault Helicopter
.Compan\ in whichh life and death
missions \ere a daily affair.
Many li\es were lost, but many


more were saved, Clance said.
Her family didn't know much
about where Everett served or
what his unit did, but they knew
who he was. Chance said he was
a Boy Scout, just like those at-
tending the ceremony, an acolyte
in the church, a boy with a paper
route who graduated high school
at 17 and who enlisted first with
the Navy before crossing over to
the Army to attend boot camp
with his best friend.
..Then, just a few short months
after his 201" birthday, Clance
said, her brother was gone..
The family was told little about
the circumstances,of her broth-
er's death. Eventually, Clance
reached out to try to find some-
one, anyone, who had served
with him. Though the Internet,
she located the surviving mem-
bers of her brother's unit, and
not only did they remember him,
they still actively honored all of
those who had been lost.
Clance found out her brother,
Everett, was not only wvell re-
spected as crew chief, he was the
most popular guy in his unit.
"He had made his mark among
them, and he has not been forgot-
ten, for he had many witnesses to
his life, and as it is said, 'No man
is truly dead until he is forgot-
ten'," she said. "I'm here to tell
you that those wve honor today
are not forgotten."
Just as the fallen should not
be forgotten. Clance said neither
should those who fought along-
side them. They live on remem-
bering the losses, and it plagues
them, she said. They wonder
about those left behind and hope.
that someone remains to remenm-


ber the sacrifices. Their devotion
never wavers, she said.
'"As a Gold Star family mem-
ber, I had never considered what
marks had been left on their lives
while serving with my brother."
In the veterans she has met
over the past decade, she has
found a new family. They call
her "Sis," and she called their
companionship a legacy left to
her by her brother.
"What began as a search be-
came a journey of remarkable
proportions," Clance said.
In 2006, she traveled to Wash-
ington, D.C., with members of
her brother's unit wherethey vis-
ited the Vietnam War memorial.
A year later, she returned and
participated in helping read the
names during a ceremony for the
25ih anniversary of the memo-
rial's dedication.
Today, she is still volunteering
by helping others connect and
find the same sense of comfort
and belonging she has found.
"I thank the veterans in my
life, for through them, I have
found peace at last," Clance said.
"They have shared their memo-
ries of him, and I was blessed, to
come to know the man my broth-
er had become while serving so
far from home."
As men and women continue to
serve in harm's way, other fami-
lies will come to know the pain
her family has gone through, and
Clance said she feels their tears.
"Memorial Day serves as a re-
minder that these brave men and
women still need our support and
respect. They give so much for
so many and ask so little. May
God bless them. protect them and


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loved ones," she said.
VFW and VFW Auxiliary
members placed flowers and
flags at the monument located
at the park following Clance's
remarks. Boy Scouts from Troop
70 then placed wreaths at the
park memorial on behalf of their
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Legislation gives

county officials leeway

to determine salaries


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

County elected officials have
some additional leeway in find-
ing money for their strapped
budgets-if they choose to lower
their own salaries.
A bill passed by the Florida
Legislature during its recent ses-
sion allows county commission-
er's and other constitutional of-
ficers to voluntarily lower their
salaries, something that has actu-
ally been prohibited for most up
until now.
The state uses a complicated
formula to calculate constitution-
al officers' salaries, but one of
the major variables in a county's
population. It was put in place
to ensure there was an equitable
method for determining these of-
ficials from county to county, but
it also removed any responsibil-
ity they had for their compensa-
tion.
The prior law said constitu-
tional officers could not reduce
their salaries, although county
commissioners in charter coun-
ties were exempt from the restric-
tion. A 2008 attorney general's
opinion reinforced F.S. 145 by
saying it prohibited the St. Lucie
County Sheriff from voluntarily
reducing his salary.
In 2009, Florida law was
amended to allow school board
members to voluntarily reduce
their salaries, and for the current
budget year, the law was amend-
ed to say that salaries would be
the amount calculated according
to statute or equivalent to a be-
ginning teacher's salary, which-
ever is less. The ability to reduce
the salary from there was left
intact.
Here is where the salaries of
constitutional "officers in Brad-
ford currently stand according to
the state:

Clerk of Court $96,355
Property Appraiser $96,355
Tax Collector -, :- $9635,
Supervisor of Elecltiop' $79,446
Sheriff $104,95 l1
County Commissioner $30,418
School Superintendent $96,355
School Board Member $25,503
County Judge '$134,280

The county judge's salary is
the only one exempt from the
new law. Judges salaries along
with the governor, cabinet, state
attorneys and others are not set
by statute but by the annual Gen-
: eral Appropriations Act.
What remains to be seen is
whether the legislation, unani-
mously-approved by both the
Florida House and Senate, will
have an impact on officials' sala-
ries.
Not one of Bradford's five
county commissioners said they'
were familiar with the legisla-
tion, and most commissioners
took time to think about the leg-
islation before commenting on
what it could mean for them.
Commissioner Danny Rid-
dick, said if there are cuts to be
made, he's not above being a
part of those cuts, particularly if
it means protecting the county's
employees.
"I'm definitely not looking to
get a raise or anythin- like that.
The biggest thing is Gjust want
to make sure we can keep all of
the county employees employed,
and if anybody has to take cuts.
then I %want to take cuts, too."
Riddick said.
But he said he didn't want to


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talent and evening govwn portion
of the competition.


Car wash,
yard sale this
weekend
SThe Bradford High Yearbook
Staff is having a car wash June
4 from 9 a.m. to I p.m. at Law-
tey Shell on U.S. 301 in Lawtey.
They will also have a yard sale
during the same hours.


talk about specifics of what the
new legislation might have on the
county's budget until commis-
sioners sit down in workshops in
the coming weeks.
Commissioner Doyle Thomas
said with a chuckle that it would
take a fool to vote to raise one's
salary (something not allowed
under the new law), but he, too,
said he wanted to get a feel for
what other commissioners want-
ed to do.
Other commissioners didn't
just want to see what their col-
leagues had to say, they wanted
to see how other county commis-
sions do with the legislation.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis
wanted to see what steps others
would take. He did say much of
the public believes that commis-
sioners spend little time actually
attending to county ) business,
.but that is not the case. Many
have responsibilities to multiple
boards and are directly involved
in trying to solve problems for
their constituents, he said.
S"With all the time we spend, I
think we earn what we get," said'
Lewis, adding that he does not
recoup travel or communications
costs on top of his salary. '
Commissioner Ross Chandler
said when he was elected, he
didn't even know he would get
paid, and what he has been paid
has always been determined by
the state. He said he would not
be opposed to any fair and eq-
uitable suggestion. He predicted
it would likely result in a, lot of
conversation when county com-
missioners from across the state
meet at an upcoming conven-
tionand he said he wanted to see.
what the general consensus about
salary setting is from them.
"Most of them make consider-
ably more money than we do,"
Chandler said.,
Like Riddick, Commissioner
Lila Sellars said she wasn't op-
posed to considering a pay cut
for county commissioners, and if
-employees were asked to take a
cut or to pay mort for benefits,
which would result in them tak-
ing less money home every two
weeks, then commissioners
should do the same.
"I would never tell you, 'No,
I'm not going to take a pay cut,'
because I work for the citizens of
Bradford County," Sellars said.
However, County Clerk Ray
Norman and Finance Director
Jim Farrell do a wonderful job
working on the budget, she said,
so she doesn't see those kinds of
cuts being a factor.
While there were no definitive
answers, the change in the law
could very well result in change
in compensation if the public
holds officials accountable for
setting their pay. If that happens,
they will no longer be able say
their hands are tied because the
salaries are set by the state.


FCAT
Continued from page.1A

jumped 11 points in reading and
had 13 percent more of its third-
graders score at or above grade
level.
Starke Elementary School's
reading score was up by seven
points, and Hampton Elemen-
tary was up by three, which also
helped boost the district's aver-
age reading score. In fact, Starke
Elementary had the highest aver-
age reading score in the district,
which was also just one point
below the state average.
Hampton third-graders showed
the most improved math score,
rising 10 points to 322. South-
side's core was also up, as were
the percentages of students at
both schools scoring level 3 or
above.
Starke Elementary still had
the highest math score in the dis-
trict, but the score dropped by 24
points. The average math score
was down 19 points at Brooker
Elementary and 3 points at Law-
tey, and each of the three schools
had a smaller percentage of third-
graders scoring at grade level in
math.
The FCAT 2.0 transition be-:
gan this year with the reading
and math examination. FCAT
2.0 is aligned with new academic
content standards known as the
Next Generation Sunshine State
Standards. Students enrolled in
grades 3-10 were tested in read-
ing, and students enrolled in
grades 3-8 were tested in math.
End-of-course assessments are
being phased in at the high school
level, where they will replace the
FCAT. Passing these end-of-
course tests will eventually be
required in order to graduate.
See the chart for more informa-
tion how tests are being phased
in and out over the next couple of
.years. Additional scores will be


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FCAT 2.0 is the first new test
in seven years (since science was
introduced) and the state accus-
tomed to existing reporting meth-
od, so they stuck by that during
this transitional year. Plus there
were no prior FCAT 2.0 scores to
compare this year's performance
to. In order to compare progress
from one year to the next, the
state compared percentile rank-
ings. If the same percent of stu-
dents made one score last year
and another score this year, then
those scores were considered
equivalent.
The achievement level catego-
ries from last year (levels 1-5)
were then applied to the equiva-
lent scores.
A new reporting method based
on new achievement level stan-
dards will be instituted next
year.
According to. the Florida
Department of Education, the


Next Generation Sunshine State begun.assessing students on the


Standards were adopted in 2007
and developed by hundreds of
educators from across the state.
The newer standards have been
taught in the classroom since
that time, and now the state has



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For more information, visit
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Class of '66
looking for
members
The Bradford High School
Class of 1966 will hold its 45th
reunion later this year. Class
members are asked to get in
touch with one of the follow-
ing classmates to update their
contact information: Bobbie
Sue (Barksdale) O'Brian, bob-
Sbieobrian@gmail.com or 904-
964-7717; Marilyn (McCrary)
Bradley, marilynjbradley l@aol.
com; Sandy (Sullivan) Sherrill,
sherri_k@bellsouth.net; Joyce
(Crawford) Bosier, wjbosier@
embarqmail.com.


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4 PM

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FCAT Science

FCAT Reading
Gr 10
FCAT Mathematics
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FCAT 2.0 Reading
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FCAT 2.0 Mathematics
Gr 5, 8 Gr 5, 8 Gr 5,8
FCAT 2.0 Science
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4A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, June 2, 2011


Bradford Middle School News
By Bailey Creighton and Dana Carney

Imagine yourself on a boat. with a nice glass of lemonade in your hand, or simply laying
out at the beach. Yes, those are the days we all want. and they are here. Summer! But, before
summer comes, we all know there's the most important thing first: graduation! They went
through the hassle, and now they get the tassel. So first. off, a congratulations to all of the
seniors graduating at BHS this year.
Even though this is a very important time for BHS, it's a good time for us middle-
Sschoolers, too. The last dance of the year is on June 3 from 6 to 9 p.m. On the June 9, at 7
p.m.. BMS will be having its award ceremony and eighth-grade promotion. Speaking of
eighth grade, June 6 is a special movie night for eighth-graders only. If any eighth-graders
want to go see "Kung Fu Panda 2" with their friends, they can get into the movie theater for
free if they bring a set of uniform pants and shirt. We hope to see you there!
Finally, final exams. Yes, we know, they aren't our favorite time of year either. June 8-10
are all early release days for exams. Also, the promised BMS Talent Show results are in.
Coming in first place was Jaci Atkinson, second place was Braden Baker, and third was
Taisha McCutchen. Congratulations!
On a bittersweet note, this is the last time you'll be hearing from us about good ol' BMS.
So, to our readers, thank you, and thanks to the Bradford County Telegraph also, for giving
us this opportunity to toygwith journalism before we move on to Bradford High! We've
enjoyed this so much! Until we meet again.






Starke Christian Students of the Month


Starke Christian School recently announced their Students of the Month for March and
April. Students were recognized for their respectfulness, truthfulness, friendliness,
enthusiasm and responsibility.:Pictured (front-back, I-r) are Makenli Kirkland, Lane
Kirkland, Brandon Sutherland, Joey Kirkland and Kristen Hill.


Fair banquet
June 7
The Bradford County Fair As-
sociation's annual banquet for its
members will be held at 7 p.m.
June 7 in Building #1 at the fair-
grounds. All fair members are
invited to attend, RSVP request-
ed by June 3.
Annual Fair dues are $15 per
member, which provides for the
annual dinner and free entrance
each day to the annual fair. Those
interested in becoming members
are invited to the annual dinner.
Please RSVP to the fair office by
calling 904-964-5252 by June 3.

.MIBCA meets
:June 9
The Melrose Business and
Community Association is hold-
ing its regular monthly meeting
'On Thursday. June 9. af6:30 p.m.
at the new Melrose Communit\
Senior Center on Bcllamx..Avc-
nue (S.R. 26), next door to Focus
: Management.
The program will be present-
ed by the Painters who own the
property along the north side of
S'S.R. 26, just beyond Dogw\ood
Lane. They want to keep the
community informed about their
'plans for the residential housing
development on this. Refresh-
ments will be served.
: For more information about
MBCA. please vwwwv.melrosefl.
:com/mbca or call 352-235-6439.

Donate items for
Lawtey yard sale
The Lawtey Recreation De-
partment will be having a yard
"sale on June 10 and 11 from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. at the La\wtey Rec-
reation Center, located across
:"from city hall on Park Street.
T. he group is accepting item
' donations on June 4 from 8 a.m.
to noon, or you may contact
'Diane Dobbs at 904-769-1263
or Sabrina Roberts at 904-964-
3375.


Come together
at RJE
The annual Come Together
Day sponsored by The Concerned
Citizens of Bradford County will
take place on Saturday, June I 1,
at the RJE gymnasium on Pine
Street in Starke beginning at 10
a.m. There will be vendors, en-


tertainment, a bike show and car
show, and lots Of great food.
Anyone interested in being a
vendor or joining the bike or car
show should please contact La-
mar Hamilton (edwardhamilton-
blue@yahoo.com), Esther Kelly
(esterbkelly@embarqmail.com)
or Alica McMillian (aliciamc-
millianF'@yahoo.com).


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True Vine Ministry of Starke
will host vacation Bible school
June 1-3 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
nightly. There will be spiritual
enrichment classes, fun, food
and fellowship offered for all
ages. There is no fee and the
public is invited to attend. For
more information, please call
904-964-9264.
Lawtey Church of God will
have a yard sale on Saturday,
June 4, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Church of the Nazarene,
1401 Bessent Road in Starke,
will hold special services
June 5 and 12 at 10:45 a.m.
with Evangelist Janet Revels
and music by The Heavenly
,Travelers, featuring Janet
Revels, Lynn Denmark, Josh
Collier and Brenda Smith. For
more information, please call
904-964-3033 or 904-263-
9831.


Novel prizes
for avid adult
readers
The Bradford County Public
Library's summer reading pro-
gram for adults begins June 1,
and patrons can pick up their
ballots at the display or at the cir-
culation desk.
The theme for the program is
"Novel Destinations," and there
will be prizes (to be announced)
that reflect that. The more books..
you read and keep track of on
your ballot, the better your
chances of winning.
Prize drawings will take place
on Aug. 12 when the program
concludes.


New Covenant Baptist
Ministries will be celebrating
Pastor and Sister Claude
Bonds' second anniversary
beginning Friday night, June
10, at 7 p.m. with a musical
extravaganza and on Sunday,
June 1I1,at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The public is invited.
First Christian Church will
be hosting a soccer camp for
kids 4-12 years of age June 13-
17 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Please
call 904-964-6100 for more
information.

Greater Allen Chapel
A.M.E. Church, 746 Pine St.
in Starke, will host a tribute
for Assistant Pastor Estella
and Walter Henderson on June
18 at 6 p.m. Special guests
include Spiritual Six, Singers
of Purpose and Paula Orlando.
The event is free, but an


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and book club


at library
Adults are invited to play Book
Bingo at the Bradford County
Public Library on Monday, June
13, from 6-7:30 p.m. and Mon-
day, June 27, from 10 a.m. to
noon
SThe library's adult book clubs
will meet on Tuesday, June 28,
at 6 p.m. and Thursday, June 30,
at noon. For information on book
selection, contact the library.
For more information, please
call 904-368-3911.


offering will be taken.
Victory Baptist Church's
vacation Bible School will
take place June 20-24 from
5:30-8:30 p.m. Dinner will
be provided. Preregistration
at the church will take place
June 18 from 10 a.m. to noon.
For more information, please
contact Tammy Melton at 352-
468-2077.

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


GriefShare is a support group for
those grieving the loss of a loved
one that meets at First United
Methodist Church in Starke each
Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. Join those
who understand the hurt you are
feeling and receive comfort and
encouragement during this dif-
ficult time.
Play Bingo every Monday at
American Legion Post 56, locat-
ed on Edwards Road in Starke.
The post opens at 6 p.m.; early
bird starts at 7 p.m. Bingo play-
ers must be 18 years of age to
play. A nonsmoking section is
available, and the American Le-
gion Post is an alcohol-free en-
vironment.


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Contracts, Evictions
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Estate Planning
Wills & Probate
S Corporate Formation
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Divorce, Custody &
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General Litigation
Personal Injury
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDI(
CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR BRADF(
COUNTY, FLOF
CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA
SFLORIDA CITIZENS BANK,
SPlaintiff,
vs.
DEREK DYKES,
SDefendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant
Final Judgment of Foreclosure d
May 12, 2011 in the above-st
cause, I will sell to the highest and
bidder for cash at the front door o
Bradford County Courthouse, Sta
Florida at 11:00 a.m. on Friday,
17, 2011, the following descr
Property located in Bradford Col
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 27 of HIDDEN HILLS V, accord
to the map or plat thereof recorded
Plat Book 3, Page 69, Public Rec
of Bradford County, Florida.
Any person claiming an intere.
the surplus from the sale, if any, c
Than the property owner as of the
of the Lis Pendens must file a c
within 60 days after the sale.
SDated this 161 day of May, 2011.
RAY NORN
Clerk of the Circuit C
By: Lisa Brar
Deputy C
5/26 2tchg 6/12-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF"
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFC
COUf
PROBATE DIVIS
S CASE NO.: 04-2011-CP-C
IN RE: The Estate of
BETTY JANE ROYAL A/K/A
BETTY J. ROYAL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The name of the decedent,
designation of the court in w
the administration of this es
is pending, and the file nun
are indicated above. The addi
Sof the court is 945 North Ten
SAvenue, Starke, FL 32091-31
The names and addresses of
personal 'representative and
personal representative's attoi
are indicated below.
If you have been served with a c
of thigh notice and you have any cl
or demand against the decede
estate, even if that claim is unmatu
contingent or unliquidated, you n
file your claim with the court ON
BEFORE THE LATER OF A D,
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER 1
-- DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICAT
-'. OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 Di
i AFTER YOU RECEIVE A COPY
THIS NOTICE.
All other creditors of the decec
and other persons who-have cta
or demands against the decende
estate, including- !- unmatul
contingent or unliquidated clai
must file their claims with the c
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER 1
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATI
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED V
BE FOREVER BARRED.
EVEN IF A CLAIM IS NOT BARF
BY THE LIMITATIONS DESCRIBE
ABOVE, ALL,CLAIMS WHICH HP
NOT BEEN FILED WILL BE BARF
TWO YEARS AFTER DECEDEN
DEATH.
The date of death of the deceden
February 11, 2010.
SThe date of the first publication of
Notice is: May 26, 2011.
Attorney for Personal Representa
Franklin D. Fields, Esq.
Fla. Bar #0723691
311 State Rd. 26
Melrose, FL 32666
(352) 475-1176
SWilliam K. Gordon
SAttorney for Plaintiff
Fla. Bar #0146958
PO Box 1017
Melrose, FL 32666
.(352) 475-1357
Personal Representat
Patricia L. Camp
6564 Fire Tower
Keystone Heights, FL 321
5/26 2tchg 6/2-E
PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will r
:-.a Public Auction on Friday, June
2011, at 10 a.m. at.2117 N. Tern
Ave., Starke, FL, on the follow
storage units containing persc
items:
#99-Belonging to A.. Williams
#132-133- Belonging to P. Clemor
#103-Belonging to B. Mack
#84-Belonging to R. Sellers
#125-Belonging to T. Perry
#12-Belonging to P Hall
5/26 2tchg 6/2 E
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT C
ORDINANCE BY THE BOAF
OF COUNTY COMMISSION
OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
the ordinance, which title hereina
appears, will be considered
enactment by the Board of Cou
Commissioners of Bradford Coui
Florida, at a public hearing on JL
16, 2011, at 6:30 p.m., or as sc
thereafter as the matter can be hec
in the County Commission Meet
Room, County Courthouse, Nc
Wing, located at 945 North Temrn
Avenue, Starke, Florida. Copies
said ordinance may be inspec
by any member of the public at
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AND STRUCTURES WITHIN
AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) AND
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) ZONING
DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.5.3,
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL
T IC PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES
AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
PRE-MANUFACTURED FLORIDA
ie more that government DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
AFFAIRS CERTIFIED BUILDINGS,
becomes secret, the less it MOBILE HOMES, MANUFACTURED
,HOMES OR OTHER SIMILAR
remains free. STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO<
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BE USED AS STORAGE AS
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES
Florida, during regular business AND STRUCTURES WITHIN
hours. On the date, time and place AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) AND
first above mentioned, all interested AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) ZONING
persons may appear and be heard DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR
with respect to the ordinance. AMENDING SECTION 4.5.5,
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO
THE FUTURE LAND USE PLAN DELETE CHURCHES AND OTHER
MAP OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS SPECIAL EXCEPTION, AND ADD
AMENDED; RELATING TO AN OTHER SIMILAR WOOD PRODUCT
AMENDMENT OF TEN OR LESS FACILITIES, MOBILE HOMES,
ACRES OF LAND, PURSUANT TO MANUFACTURED HOMES OR
AN APPLICATION, S1104014A, OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY USED AS ACCESSORY
COMMISSIONERS, UNDER THE STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS ON
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS PARCELS OF LESS THAN FIVE
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, ACRES, AND GUEST HOUSE
FLORIDASTATUTES,ASAMENDED; WITH SEPARATE UTILITY METER
PROVIDING FOR CHANGING THE FROM PRIMARY STRUCTURE
LAND USE CLASSIFICATION FROM AS SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
AGRICULTURE-2 (LESS THAN OR WITHIN AGRICULTURAL-1
EQUAL TO 1 DWELLING UNIT PER (A-1) AND AGRICULTURAL-2
5 ACRES, EXCEPT AS PROVIDED (A-2) ZONING DISTRICTS;
SIN POLICY 1.2.2) TO COMMERCIAL PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
OF CERTAIN LANDS WITHIN THE SECTION 4.6.2, ENTITLED
UNINCORPORATED AREA OF "RR" RURAL RESIDENTIAL,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA; PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN OF WORSHIP AS A PERMITTED
EFFECTIVE DATE. PRINCIPAL USE AND STRUCTURE;
The public hearing may be continued PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
to one' or more future dates. Any SECTION 4.6.3, ENTITLED
interested party shall be advised "RR" RURAL RESIDENTIAL,
that the date, time and place of any PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES
continuation of the public hearing AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
shall be announced during the MOBILE HOMES, MANUFACTURED
public hearing and that no further HOMES, OR OTHER.SIMILAR
notice concerning the matter will be STRUCTURE. SUBJECT TO
published. CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS ON
All persons are advised that, if they PARCELS OF lIVE ACRES OR
decide to appeal any decisions made MORE, AND ADD SEMI-TRAILER
at the public hearing they will need FOR STORAGE AS ACCESSORY
a record of the proceedings and, USES AND STRUCTURES;
for such purpose, they may need to PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
ensure that a verbatim record of the SECTION 4.6.5, ENTITLED "RR"
proceedings is made, which record RURAL RESIDENTIAL, SPECIAL
includes the testimony and evidence EXCEPTIONS TO .DELETE
upon which the appeal is to be CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
based. OF WORSHIP' AS A SPECIAL
itchg 6/2-BCT EXCEPTION, AND ADD MOBILE
HOMES, MANUFACTURED
NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF HOMES,- OR OTHER SIMILAR
ORDINANCES BY THE BOARD STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO
OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS ON
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, PARCELS OF LESS THAN FIVE
FLORIDA ACRES, AND GUEST HOUSE WITH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the SEPARATE UTILITY METER FROM
ordinances, which titles hereinafter PRIMARYSTRUCTUREASSPECIAL
appear, will be considered for EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
enactment by the Board of County AMENDING SECTION 4.7.2,
Commissioners of Bradford County, ENTITLED "RE" RESIDENTIAL
Florida, at public hearings on June ESTATE, PERMITTED PRINCIPAL
16, 2011, at 6:30 p.m., or as soon USES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
thereafterasthematterscanbe heard, CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
in the County Commission Meeting OF WORSHIP AS A PERMITTED
Room, County Courthouse, North PRINCIPAL USEAND STRUCTURE;
Wing, located at 945 North Temple PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
Avenue, Starke, Florida. Copies of SECTION 4.7.5, ENTITLED "RE"
Isaid-ordinanees-may be inspected-"RESIDENTIAL ESTATE- SPECIAL
by any member-of the public at the,,, EXCEPTIONS., TO .... DELETE
Orfice- 1ethieounty Clerk, located CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
at 945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, OF WORSHIP AS A SPECIAL
Florida, during regular business EXCEPTION, AND ADD MOBILE
hours. On the date, time and place HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES,
first above mentioned, all interested SEMI-TRAILERS OR OTHER
persons may appear and be heard SIMILAR STRUCTURE SUBJECT
with respect to the ordinances. TO CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS,
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD AND GUEST HOUSE WITH
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING SEPARATE UTILITY METER
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND FROM PRIMARY STRUCTURE
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, AS SPECIAL. EXCEPTIONS;'
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
AN APPLICATION, LDR 11-01, SECTION 4.8.2, ENTITLED "RE"
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY,
COMMISSIONERS; UNDER THE PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215, OF WORSHIP AS A PERMITTED
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS PRINCIPAL USE AND STRUCTURE,
AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
AMENDING SECTION 2.1 SECTION 4.8.5, ENTITLED "RE"
ENTITLED DEFINITIONS GENERAL RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY,
.TO CHANGE THE DEFINITION FOR SPECIALEXCEPTIONS TO DELETE
BUILDINGAND FOR GUESTHOUSE CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
OR GUEST COTTAGE, AND ADD A OF "WORSHIP AS A SPECIAL
DEFINITIONFORWAREHOUSEAND EXCEPTION, AND ADD MOBILE
TEMPORARY POWER SERVICE; HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES,
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING SEMI-TRAILERS OR OTHER
SECTION 4.2.4, ENTITLED SIMILAR STRUCTURE SUBJECT
SUPPLEMENTARY DISTRICT TO CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS AND
REGULATIONS ACCESSORY GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE
USES AND STRUCTURES TO UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY
PROHIBIT. THE CONSTRUCTION STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL
OR ESTABLISHMENT OF EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
ACCESSORY STRUCTURES AND AMENDING SECTION 4.9.2,
USES PRIOR TO THE ISSUANCE
OF A BUILDING PERMIT FOR
THE PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.4.3, ENTITLED "ESA"
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE
AREAS, PERMITTED ACCESSORY
USES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
MOBILE HOMES, MANUFACTURED
HOMES OR OTHER SIMILAR
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS
AND ADD SEMI-TRAILERS
TO BE USED AS STORAGE
AS PERMITTED ACCESSORY The chulr
USES AND STRUCTURES;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTIONS 4.4.5, ENTITLED "ESA" roman al of us at
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE WESTERN STEER
AREAS, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
TO ADD MOBILE HOMES, FAMILY
MANUFACTURED HOMES OR STEAKH lUSE
OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN *US301 S., Stare
REQUIREMENTS AND ADD 964-8061
GUEST HOUSE. WITH SEPARATE
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 452, State Bank
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL' tate Bank
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
AND STRUCTURES, TO ADD Your ome-OwnedlndcpendeHtBank
CHURCHES AND OTHER Starke 964-7830
HOUSES- OF. WORSHIP AND Lake Butler 496-3333
PUBLIC OR PRIVATE SCHOOLS


ENTITLED "RSF/MH" RESIDENTIAL
(MIXED) SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE
HOME, PERMITTED PRINCIPAL
USES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
OF WORSHIP AS A PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USE AND STRUCTURE,
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.9.5, ENTITLED "RSF/
MH" RESIDENT IAL (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME,
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE
CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
OF WORSHIP AS A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AND ADD MOBILE
HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES,
SEMI-TRAILERS OR OTHER
SIMILAR STRUCTURE SUBJECT
TO CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS
AND ADD GUEST HOUSE WITH
SEPARATE. UTILITY METER
FROM PRIMARY STRUCTURE
AS SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.10.2, ENTITLED "RMH"
RESIDENTIAL MOBILE HOME,
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
OF WORSHIP AS A PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USE AND STRUCTURE,
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.10.5, ENTITLED "RMH"
RESIDENTIAL MOBILE HOME,
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE
CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES
OF WORSHIP AS A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION, AND ADD MOBILE
HOMES, MANUFACTURED HOMES,
SEMI-TRAILERS OR OTHER
SIMILAR STRUCTURE SUBJECT
TO CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS,
AND GUEST HOUSE WITH
SEPARATE UTILITY METER
FROM PRIMARY STRUCTURE
AS SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.13.5, ENTITLED "CN"
COMMERCIAL NEIGHBORHOOD,
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS AND
SECTION 4.14.5, ENTITLED "CG"
COMMERCIAL GENERAL, SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE THE
REQUIREMENT THAT ANY
STORAGE UNIT WITHIN A MINI-
WAREHOUSE SHALL NOT EXCEED
FOUR HUNDRED (400) SQUARE
FEET; PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.15.5 "CI" COMMERCIAL
INTENSIVE, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
TO ADD MINI-WAREHOUSES AS A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO
AN APPLICATION, LDR 11-02,
BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; P PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.5.4
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
PROHIBITED USES AND
STRUCTURES, SECTION
4.6.4 ENTITLED "RR" RURAL
RESIDENTIAL, PROHIBITED USES
AND STRUCTURES, SECTION 4.7.4
ENTITLED "RE" RESIDENTIAL,
ESTATE PROHIBITED USES AND
STRUCTURES, SECTION 4.8.4
ENTITLED "RSF" RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY PROHIBITED.
USES AND STRUCTURES, AND
SECTION 4.9.4 ENTITLED "RSF/
MH" RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE
HOME PROHIBITED USES AND
STRUCTURES, TO PROHIBIT THE
EXCAVATION OF MORE THAN
100 CUBIC FEET ON PARCELS
OF .ONE ACRE OR LESS OF
LAND, AMENDING SECTION 4.2.7,
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
SECTION 4.6.7 ENTITLED "RR"
RURAL RESIDENTIAL, MINIMUM
YARD REQUIREMENTS,
SECTION 4.7.7 ENTITLED
"RE" RESIDENTIAL, ESTATE
MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
SECTION 4.8.7 ENTITLED "RSF"
RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY
MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
AND SECTION 4.9.7 ENTITLED
"RSF/MH" RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME
MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS
TO ADD THE REQUIREMENT
THAT EXCAVATIONS MEET THE
MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
NOT BE LOCATED IN WETLANDS
OR OTHER RESTRICTED AREAS
AND NOT ALTER THE PRE-
EXISTING' DRAINAGE PATTERNS
ON SITEAND ADJACENT PARCELS;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY-;
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED, .PURSUANT TO


AN APPLICATION,
BY THE BOARD
COMMISSIONERS;
FOR AMENDING SEC
ENTITLED SUP
DISTRICT R
OFFSTREET PAR
LOADING FACIL
AMENDING THE
PARKING AND
SURFACING REC
PROVIDING S
REPEALING ALL OR
CONFLICT; AND PF
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE BRADFORD C(
DEVELOPMENT R
AS AMENDED, PU
AN APPLICATION,
BY THE BOARD
COMMISSIONERS;
AMENDMENT F
ESTABLISHED IN
163.3161 THROUG
FLORIDASTATUTES,,
PROVIDING FOR ADD
14.10.3 ENTITLED
USE PERMITS ISSI
COUNTY MANAGER
CERTAIN LAND USE
OF SUFFICIENT
DURATION AND DO
EXCESSIVE INC(
DURING THE COUF
PROVIDING S
REPEALING ALL OR
CONFLICT; AND PF
EFFECTIVE DATE.
AN ORDINANCE OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THE BRADFORD C(
DEVELOPMENT R
AS AMENDED, PU
AN APPLICATION,
BY THE BOARD
COMMISSIONERS,
AMENDMENT F
ESTABLISHED IN
163.3161 THROUG
FLORIDASTA-TUTES,
PROVIDING FOR
ARTICLE TWO
DEFINITIONS TO DEL
DEFINITIONS, DEL
REPLACING IN IT!
ARTICLE EIGHT
FLOOD DAMAGE
REGULATIONS, Ti
WITH FEDERAL
MANAGEMENT
REGULATIONS, DE
ITS ENTIRETY SEC
ENTITLED FLOOC
PREVENTION R
APPEALS PROVISO
DELETING IN ITS
SECTION 12.3.3.
VARIANCES TO FLC
PREVENTION R
PROVIDING S
REPEALING ALL OR
CONFLICT; AND PF
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The public hearing
continued to one or m(
Any interested party sl
that the date, time an
continuation of the p
shall be announced
public hearings and t
notice concerning the
published.
All persons are advise
decide to appeal any
at the public hearings,
a record of the proc
for such purpose, they
ensure that a verbatim
proceedings is made,
includes the testimony
upon which the app
based.

PUBLIC NO
TOWN OF BR(
This notice is to inform
may not receive n
bill from the Town of
Consumes water from
The Annual 2010 D
Quality Report is avail
who may have a neec
copy may be picked
Hall during regular office
-hours: (Monday, Tuesc
and Friday from 9:15 a
The report can be pick
Friday, June 3rd.

STATE OF FL
DEPARTMENT
ENVIRONME
PROTECT
NOTICE OF DRAFT
The Department of
Protection gives nc
preparation of a dr
E.I. DuPont de Nemi
Podmeyer, P O Box
Florida 32091 for the
Nemours Trailridge Mir
This permit authorizes
to operate a heavy m


LDR 11-03, wastewater treatment system that
OF COUNTY provides acidification with ferric
PROVIDING chloride, sulfuric acid, aluminum
;TION 4.2.17.2 sulfate, or ferric sulfate to a pH
PLEMENTARY between 3.0 and 3.5 standard units
IEGULATIONS for flocculation of colloidal material
KING AND followed by settling in a series of
.ITIES BY diked ponds, neutralization with
OFFSTREET hydrated lime to a pH between 6.0
LOADING to 8.5, and additional settling with
QUIREMENTS; final discharge to Alligator Creek.
EVERABILITY; Upon Department approval, polymer
DINANCES IN addition may be provided after
1OVIDING AN neutralization for aluminum reduction
prior to final discharge to Alligator
F BRADFORD Creek. Storm water and rainfall from
SAMENDING the mined areas are also collected
OUNTY LAND and treated as described aboVe. The
EGULATIONS, treatment train consists of the addition
IRSUANT TO of barium chloride to the wastewater
LDR 11-04, at the location where ferric chloride,
OF COUNTY aluminum sulfate and or ferric sulfate
UNDER THE is added (prior to the humate settling
'ROCEDURES ponds). A portion of the effluent is
SECTIONS 'directed to the Southwest Quadrant
H 163.3215, Pond. The existing recycle line from
ASAMENDED; D-001 was tapped and a pipeline was
AING SECTION constructed to route approximately
TEMPORARY 400 gallons per minute (gpm) of the
JED BY THE wastewater to an existing ditch which
AUTHORIZING then discharges into the Southwest
ES THAT ARE Quadrant Pond with eventual
TEMPORARY discharge into Blue Pond. This
NOT CREATE rerouting of final effluent is part of an
OMPATIBILITY effort of The Keystone Stakeholders
ISE OF USE; I to help improve lake water levels
EVERABILITY; in the Keystone Heights area. The
DINANCES IN facility is located at latitude 290 54'
IOVIDING AN 46.15" N, longitude 82 1' 52.35"
W on Trail Ridge Mine, 4641 State
F BRADFORD Road 230, Starke, Florida 32091: in-
,AMENDING Bradford County.
OUNTY LAND Any interested person may
EGULATIONS, submit written comments on the
IRSUANT TO Department's draft permit or may
LDR 11-05, submit a written request for a public
OF COUNTY meeting to Katheryn Jarvis, FDEP,
UNDER THE 7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite
'ROCEDURES B200, Jacksonville, Florida 32256,
SECTIONS in accordance with Rule 62-620.555,
H 163.3215, Florida Administrative Code. The
ASAMENDED; comments or request for a public
AMENDING meeting must contain the information
ENTITLED, set forth below and must be received
.ETECERTAIN in the FDEP Northeast District office
ETING AND within 30 days of publication of this
S ENTIRETY, notice. Failure to submit comments
ENTITLED, or request a public meeting within this
PREVENTION time period shall constitute'a waiver
0 COMPLY of any right such person may have to
EMERGENCY submit comments or request a public
AGENCY meeting under Rule 62-620.555,
ELETING IN Florida Administrative Code.
)TION 12.1.2, The comments or request for a public
) DAMAGE meeting must contain the following
IEGULATIONS information:
SIONS AND (a) The commented's name, address,
i ENTIRETY, and telephone number; the applicant's
ENTITLED, name and address; the Department
)OD DAMAGE permit file number; and the county in
EGULATIONS; which the project is proposed;
EVERABILITY; (b) A statement of how and wfien
DINANCES'IN notice of the Department's action, or
IOVIDING AN proposed action was received;.
(c) A statement of the facts the
gs may be Department should consider in
ore future date. making the final decision;
hall be advised (d) A statement of which rules
d place of any or statutes require reversal or
public hearings modification of the Department's
. during the action or proposed action; and
that no further (e) If desired, a request that a public
matters will be meeting -be scheduled including
a statement of the nature of the
ed that, if they issues proposed to be raised at the
decision made meeting.
they will need If a public meeting is scheduled, the
seedings and,. public'.omment period is extended
y may need to until:the close of the public meeting.
n record of the However, the Department may not
which record ,.,always1grant a request for a public
Sand evidence -meeting. Therefore, written comments
peal is to be should be submitted within 30 days of
publication of this notice, even if a
1tchg 6/2-BCT public meeting is requested.
If a public.meeting is held, any person
TICE may submit oral or written statements
OOKER and data at the public meeting on the
mT-anyone that Department's proposed action. As a
monthly water result of significant public comment,
f Brooker, but the Department's final action may be
1 the, system. .different from the position taken by it
drinkingg .Water in this draft permit.
able to anyone The permit application file and
I for a copy. A supporting data are available for pLblic
up at the- City inspection during normal business
e hours. Office hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday
day, Thursday, through Friday; except legal holidays,
.m. until 1 p.m. at the FDEP Northeast District office,
ked up starting 7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite B200,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256, at phone
1tchg 6/2-BCT number (904) 807-3300.
6/2 Itchg-BCT
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Environmental
notice of its
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753, Starke,
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6A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, June 2, 2011


LB man


dies in


motorcycle


crash
BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

A Union County man died as
a result of injuries sustained dur-
ing an accident that occurred in
Columbia County at about 1:50
p.m. on May 26.
Marshall Palmer, 63 of Lake
'Butler, died in the crash, accord-
ing to the Florida Highway Patrol
crash report.
According to the report, Palm-
er was driving his 2006 Harley
Davidson motorcycle south an
U.S. 441 behind a 1997 Nissan
Sentra, driven by Andre Cope-
land, 26, of Lake City.
Palmer attempted to slow down
to avoid a collision when he real-
ized that Copeland was stopped
in the lane waiting to turn left.
Instead, according to the report,
he went down on his right side
and was ejected as the bike came
to a rest underneath the Nissan.
Palmer, who was wearing a
helmet, was thrown from the mo-
torcycle and landed on the trunk
of Copeland's car.
Palmer was transported to
Shands UF where he later died.
Copeland suffered no injuries
.and was released from the scene.



KH bar

manager

ordered to

appear in court

Paul Anthony Wellborn, 46,
of Keystone Heights was issued
an oder to appear in court after
alleged violations of the adult
entertainment establishment
ordinances were discovered
in the Keystone Saloon while
Welborn was acting as manager.
According to the report by Clay
County Sheriffs Office Inv. G.B.
Ward, undercover officers were
in the Keystone Saloon; on the:
evening of May 20. Welborn was
present and acting as manager.
Ward reported that during the
bar's "lingerie night" Welborn
directed female dancers up onto
the bar at various times where
they exposed themselves while
wearing G-strings and see-
through underwear.
This allegedly happened in full
view of Welborn and with his
approval.
The report also stated that the
female dancers simulated oral sex
on one another while dancing on
the bar. They received tips from
patrons and put the tips in a glass
jar on the bar.


Help advocate
for the elderly
Florida's Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Program needs vol-
unteers to join its corps of dedi-
cated advocates who protect the
rights of elders residing in nurs-
ing homes, assisted living facili-
ties and adult family care homes.
The program's local councils are
seeking additional volunteers to
identity, investigate and resolve
residents' concerns. Special
training and certification is pro-
vided.
All interested individuals who
care about protecting the health,
safety, welfare and rights of long-
term care facility residents-who
often have no one else to advo-
cate for them-are encouraged
to call toll-free 1-888-831-0404
or visit the program's website at
ombudsman.myflorida.com.
The local council meets every
third Thursday at Haven Hospice
of North Central Florida. 4200
N.W. 90th Blvd. in Gainesville,
to discuss the program's current
activities and give the public
a chance to provide comments
about long-term care facility is-
sues. These public meetings
begin at 12:30 p.m. Concerned
citizens and those interested in
volunteering are welcome to at-
tend.


State: Woman first
crashes car, then
buys insurance
Janice Childs Holland Seaver,
53, signed a pre-trial interven-
tion agreement with the State
Attorney's Office. She had been
charged with making a fraudulent
insurance claim under $20,000
and with making a false or fraud-
ulent motor vehicle insurance ap-
plication.
According to court papers, on
April 24, 2010, just after 8:30
a.m., Seaver was driving west-
bound on State Road 16, ap-
proaching Southern Villas Drive,
when the car in front of her made
a sudden u-turn,causing Seaver's
vehicle to hit the other.
An hour and a half later, Seav-
er called Esurance to renew an
expired automobile insurance.
Policy, but was told she would
instead, have to purchase anoth-
er policy, which she did. Two
days later, she reported her April
24 crash to Esurance, but told a
claims representative the acci-
dent occurred between 10:30 and
11 a.m., rather than the actual
time of 8:35.
Later that week, Esurance
claims personnel contacted the
Geneva, Florida resident, ask-
ing her to clarify the time of the
crash. They also warned her that
they would cross-reference her
claims against police reports, but
Seaver stuck to her story.


NOTICE OF

ZONING

CHANGE
The Board of County Commissioners
of Bradford County, Florida proposes
to amend the Bradford County Land
Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
within the area shown on the map
below, as follows:
(1) LDR 11-01, an application, by
the Board of County Commissioners
to amend the text of the Land
,Development Regulations by
amending Section 2 entitled,
Definitions General by amending
definitions for building and guest
house or guest cottage and adding
definitions for warehouse and for
'temporary power service; by
amending Section 4.2.4 entitled,
Supplementary District Regulations,
Accessory Uses and Structures, to
prohibit the construction or
establishment of accessory
structures and uses prior to the
issuance of a building permit for the
principal structure; by amending
Sections 4.4.5 entitled Special
Exceptions to permit to permit mobile
homes, manufactured homes or
other similar structure provided
certain requirements are met, and
permit a guest house with separate
utility meter from primary structure
as special exceptions; by amending
Section 4.5.3 entitled Permitted
Accessory Uses and Structures, to
add pre-manufactured Florida
Department of Community Affairs
certified buildings, mobile homes,
manufactured homes or other similar
structure provided certain
requirements are met, and semi-
trailers for storage as permitted
principal uses and structures; by
amending Sections 4.4.3, and 4.6.3
entitled, Permitted Accessory Uses
and Structures to permit mobile
homes, manufactured homes or
other similar structure provided
certain requirements are met and
semi-trailers for storage as permitted
accessory uses and structures; by
amending Section 4.5.2 entitled,
Permitted Principal Uses and
Structures, to allow public or private
schools as a permitted principal use
and structure; by amending Section
4.5.5 entitled. Special Exceptions, to
permit all other similar wood product
facilities as a special exception; by
amending Sections 4.5.5, 4.6.5,
4.7.5, 4.8.5, 4.9.5 and 4.10.5
entitled, Special Exceptions, to
delete churches and other houses of
worships as special exceptions, to
permit mobile homes, manufactured
homes or other similar structure
provided certain requirements are
met and guest house with separate
utility meter. from primary structure
as special exceptions; by amending
Section 4.5.2, 4.6.2, 4.7.2, 4.8.2,
4.9.2 and 4.10.2 entitled, Permitted
Principal Uses and Structures, to
allow churches and other houses of
worship; by amending Sections
4.13.5 and 4.14.5 entitled Special
Exceptions, to delete the
requirement that any storage unit
within a mini-warehouse shall not
exceed four hundred (400) square
feet and by amending Section 4.15.5
entitled Special Exceptions to allow
mini-warehouses.
(2) LDR 11-02, an application, by
the Board of County Commissioners
to amend the text of the Land
Development. Regulations by
amending Sections 4.5,4, 4.6.4,
4.7.4, 4.8.4 and 4.9.4 entitled
Prohibited Uses and Structures, to
prohibit the excavation of more than
100 cubic feet on parcels of one acre
or less in size; by amending Section
4.5.7, 4.6.7, 4.7.7, 4.8.7 and 4.9.7
entitled, Minimum Yard
Requirements, to require
excavations to meet the minimum
yard requirements, not be located in
wetlands or other..restricted areas
and not alter the pre-existing
drainage patterns on site and


In 2011, investigators from
Florida's Division of Insurance
Fraud interviewed Seaver at her
Orlando-area home.- She told
them that at the time of the crash,
she was on her way to visit her
husband at Florida State Prison.
She further insisted that she had
done nothing wrong.

Walmart customer
gets probation
in 'under-ringing'
scheme
Juliette Amber Wynne, 24, was
sentenced to 18 months. proba-
tion and ordered to pay $729.91
in restitution after pleading no
contest to grand theft.
According to a Starke po-
lice report, in December 2010,
Wynne fraudulently received
merchandise, as a result of either
being voided or not scanned by
Walmart cashier Kansas L. El-
lison. Ellison was arrested for
scheming to defraud in connec-
tion with the scam.

DVD bandit
gets 'tased'
Riley Leonard Griffis Jr., 19,
was sentenced to 15 months with
the Department of Corrections
after pleading no contest to retail
theft of $300 or more while act-
ing in concert with another, and
to contributing to the delinquen-
cy of a minor.


adjacent parcels.
(3) LDR 11-04, an application by
the Board of County Commissioners
amending the text of the Land
Development Regulations by adding
Section 14.10.3 entitled, Temporary
Use Permits issued by the County
Manager, to authorize certain land
uses that are of sufficient temporary
duration and do not create excessive
incompatibility during the course of
use.

Bradford .
County





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Public hearings will be conducted by'
the Board of County Commissioners
to consider the amendments and
enactment of the ordinances
adopting the amendments on June
16, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as the matters can be
heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida. The title of said
ordinances shall read, as follows:
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO AN
APPLICATION, LDR 11-01, BY THE
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS; UNDER THE
AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
,AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 2.1
ENTITLED DEFINITIONS GENERAL
TO CHANGE THE DEFINITION
FOR BUILDING AND FOR GUEST
HOUSE OR GUEST COTTAGE,
AND ADD A DEFINITION FOR
WAREHOUSE AND TEMPORARY
POWER SERVICE; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.2.4,
ENTITLED SUPPLEMENTARY
DISTRICT REGULATIONS
ACCESSORY USES AND
STRUCTURES TO PROHIBIT THE
CONSTRUCTION OR
ESTABLISHMENT OF ACCESSORY
STRUCTURES AND USES PRIOR
TO THE ISSUANCE OF A
BUILDING PERMIT FOR THE
PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.4.3. ENTITLED "ESA"
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE
AREAS, PERMITTED ACCESSORY
USES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
MOBILE HOMES,
MANUFACTURED HOMES: OR
OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
REQUIREMENTS AND ADD- SEMI-
TRAILERS TO BE USED AS
.STORAGE AS PERMITTED
ACCESSORY USES AND
STRUCTURES; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTIONS 4.4.5,
ENTITLED, "ESA"
ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE
AREAS, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO
ADD MOBILE HOMES.
MANUFACTURED HOMES OR
OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
REQUIREMENTS AND ADD GUEST
HOUSE WITH SEPARATE UTILITY
METER FROM PRIMARY
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS: PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.5.2.
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
AND STRUCTURES. TO ADD
CHURCHES AND OTHER HOUSES


C epor t
By DAN HILDEBRAN


OF. WORSHIP AND PUBLIC OR
PRIVATE SCHOOLS AS
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES
AND STRUCTURES WITHIN
AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) AND
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) ZONING
DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.5.3,
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
PERMITTED ACCESSORY USES,
AND STRUCTURES TO ADD PRE-
MANUFACTURED FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
AFFAIRS CERTIFIED BUILDINGS,
MOBILE HOMES,
MANUFACTURED HOMES OR
OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
REQUIREMENTS AND ADD SEMI-
TRAILERS TO BE USED AS
STORAGE AS PERMITTED
ACCESSORY USES AND
STRUCTURES WITHIN
AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) AND
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) ZONING
DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.5.5,
ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO
DELETE CHURCHES AND OTHER
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION, AND ADD
OTHER SIMILAR WOOD
PRODUCT FACILITIES, MOBILE
HOMES, MANUFACTURED
HOMES OR OTHER SIMILAR
STRUCTURE USED AS
ACCESSORY STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
REQUIREMENTS ON PARCELS
OF LESS THAN FIVE ACRES, AND
GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS WITHIN
AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-1) AND
AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) ZONING
DISTRICTS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING' SECTION 4.6.2,
ENTITLED "RR" RURAL
RESIDENTIAL, PERMITTED
PRINCIPAL USES AND
STRUCTURES TO ADD
CHURCHES AND OTHER
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USE AND
STRUCTURE; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.6.3,
ENTITLED "RR" RURAL
RESIDENTIAL, PERMITTED
ACCESSORY USES AND
STRUCTURES TO ADD MOBILE
HOMES, MANUFACTURED
HOMES, OR OTHER SIMILAR
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS ON
PARCELS OF FIVE ACRES OR
MORE, AND ADD SEMI-TRAILER
FOR STORAGE AS ACCESSORY
USES AND STRUCTURES;
'PROVIDING FOR AMENDING
SECTION 4.6.5, ENTITLED "RR"
RURAL RESIDENTIAL, SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS. TO DELETE
CHURCHES .AND OTHER
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A
SPECIAL EXCEPTION, AND ADD
MOBILE HOMES,
MANUFACTURED HOMES, OR
OTHER SIMILAR STRUCTURE
SUBJECT TO CERTAIN
REQUIREMENTS ON PARCELS
OF LESS THAN FIVE ACRES, AND
GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL
EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.7.2,
ENTITLED "RE" RESIDENTIAL
ESTATE, PERMITTED PRINCIPAL
USES AND STRUCTURES TO ADD
CHURCHES AND OTHER
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USE AND
STRUCTURE; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.7.5,
ENTITLED "RE" RESIDENTIAL
ESTATE, SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
TO DELETE CHURCHES AND
OTHER HOUSES OF WORSHIP
AS A SPECIAL EXCEPTION, AND
ADD MOBILE HOMES,
MANUFACTURED HOMES. SEMI-
TRAILERS OR OTHER SIMILAR
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS. AND
GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL


According to a Starke police
report, on Feb. 6, 2011, around
2:45 a.m., Officer Anthony
Guirate arrived at Walmart to
investigate a shoplifting report
when he found Griffis and an-
other male under aged 18 stuff-
ing DVDs into Walmart bags.
When Guirate asked the two
what they were doing, Griffis
replied that they planned to pur-
chase the merchandise. The of-
ficer then searched Griffis' wal-
let and found he had no money.
After Griffis told Guirate that
the minor was paying, the under-
aged accomplice said, "I have no
money." He then confessed to
the patrolman that he was acting
as a lookout for Griffis.
Guirate told Griffis' to hand
over the bags to a nearby manag-
er and to put his hands behind his
back. The 19-year-old complied
with the first half of the patrol-
man's command, but then took
off. Police Sgt. Jason Crosby
briefly thwarted Griffis's escape,
but Griffis broke free and was
headed for the doors when he
was stopped by Guirate's taser.
At the timeof his arrest, Griff-
is was on probation for burglary
and grand theft.

Man threatens
girlfriend with
barbecue fork
James Daniel Parker, 31, was
sentenced to 30 days in jail, one
year probation and ordered not to
consume alcohol after pleading
no contest to domestic battery.
According to a sheriff's office
report, on Aug. 15, 2010, just af-
ter 9 p.m., Parker's live-in girl-
friend told Deputy James Albrit-
ton that Parker had been drinking
all day and poked her in the


EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
AMENDING SECTION 4.8.2, PROHIBITED USES AND
ENTITLED "RE", RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURES, SECTION 4.6.4
SINGLE FAMILY, PERMITTED ENTITLED "RR" RURAL
PRINCIPAL USES AND RESIDENTIAL, PROHIBITED
STRUCTURES TO ADD USES AND STRUCTURES,
CHURCHES AND OTHER SECTION 4.7.4 ENTITLED "RE"
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A RESIDENTIAL, ESTATE
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USE AND PROHIBITED USES AND
STRUCTURE, PROVIDING FOR STRUCTURES, SECTION 4,8.4
AMENDING SECTION 4.8.5, ENTITLED "RSF" RESIDENTIAL,
ENTITLED "RE" RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY PROHIBITED
SINGLE FAMILY, SPECIAL USES AND STRUCTURES, AND
EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE. SECTIONN .4.9.4 ENTITLED "RSF/
CHURCHES AND OTHER MH": RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HOME
SPECIAL EXO ER.,.LOT0N-ANr ADD PROHIBITED USES AND
MOBILE -- -.- .,H I-MES.,- STRUCTURES, TO PROHIBIT THE
MANUFACTURETDPOMES, SEMI-- EXCAVATION OF MORE THAN 100
TRAILERS OR OTHER SIMILAR CUBIC FEET ON PARCELS OF
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO ONE ACRE OR LESS OF LAND,
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS AND AMENDING SECTION 4.2.7,
GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE ENTITLED "A" AGRICULTURAL,
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
STRUCTURE. AS- SPECIAL SECTION 4.6.7 ENTITLED "RR"
EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDING FOR RURAL RESIDENTIAL, MINIMUM
AMENDING SECTION 4.9.2, YARD REQUIREMENTS, SECTION
ENTITLED "RSF/MH" 4.7.7 ENTITLED "RE"
RESIDENTIAL (MIXED) SINGLE RESIDENTIAL, ESTATE MINIMUM
FAMILY/MOBILE HOME, YARD REQUIREMENTS, SECTION
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES 4.8.7 ENTITLED "RSF"
AND STRUCTURES TO ADD RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE FAMILY
CHURCHES AND OTHER MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A AND SECTION 4.9.7 ENTITLED
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USE AND "RSF/MH" RESIDENTIAL, (MIXED)
STRUCTURE, PROVIDING FOR SINGLE FAMILY/MOBILE HQME
AMENDING SECTION 4.9.5, MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS
ENTITLED "RSF/MH" TO ADD THE REQUIREMENT
RESIDENTIAL (MIXED) SINGLE THAT EXCAVATIONS MEET THE
FAMILY/MOBILE HOME, SPECIAL MINIMUM YARD REQUIREMENTS,
EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE NOT BE LOCATED IN WETLANDS
CHURCHES AND OTHER OR OTHER RESTRICTED AREAS
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A AND NOT ALTER THE PRE-
SPECIAL EXCEPTION AND ADD EXISTING DRAINAGE PATTERNS
MOBILE HOMES, ON SITE AND ADJACENT
MANUFACTURED HOMES, SEMI- PARCELS; PROVIDING
TRAILERS OR OTHER SIMILAR SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
ADD GUEST HOUSE WITH AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD
SEPARATE UTILITY METER FROM COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING
PRIMARY STRUCTURE AS THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS; DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS,
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO AN
SECTION 4.10.2, ENTITLED "RMH" APPLICATION, LDR 11-04, BY THE
RESIDENTIAL MOBILE HOME, BOARD OF COUNTY
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES COMMISSIONERS; UNDER THE
AND STRUCTURES TO ADD AMENDMENT PROCEDURES
.,CHURCHES AND OTHER ESTABLISHED IN SECTIONS
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A 163.3161 THROUGH 163.3215,
PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USE AND FLORIDA STATUTES, AS
STRUCTURE, PROVIDING FOR AMENDED; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION 4.10.5, ADDING -SECTION 14.10.3
ENTITLED "RMH" RESIDENTIAL ENTITLED TEMPORARY USE
MOBILE HOME, SPECIAL PERMITS ISSUED BY THE
EXCEPTIONS TO DELETE COUNTY MANAGER
CHURCHES AND OTHER AUTHORIZING CERTAIN LAND
HOUSES OF WORSHIP AS A USES THAT ARE OF SUFFICIENT
, SPECIAL EXCEPTION, AND ADD TEMPORARY DURATION AND DO
MOBILE HOMES, NOT CREATE EXCESSIVE
MANUFACTURED HOMES, SEMI- INCOMPATIBILITY DURING THE
TRAILERS OR OTHER SIMILAR COURSE OF USE PROVIDING
STRUCTURE SUBJECT TO SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS, AND ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
GUEST HOUSE WITH SEPARATE PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
UTILITY METER FROM PRIMARY The public hearings may be
STRUCTURE AS SPECIAL continued to one or more future
EXCEPTIONS; PROVIDINQ FOR dates. Any interested party shall be
AMENDING SECTION 4.13.5, advised that the ,date, time and
ENTITLED "CN" COMMERCIAL place of any continuation of the
NEIGHBORHOOD SPECIAL public hearings shall be announced
EXCEPTIONS ANI SECTION during the public hearings and that
4.14.5, ENTITLED "CG" no further notice concerning the
COMMERCIAL GENERAL, matters will be published.
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO At the aforementioned public
DELETE THE REQUIREMENT hearings, all interested persons may
THAT ANY STORAGE UNIT appear and be heard with respect to
WITHIN A MINI-WAREHOUSE the amendments and the
SHALL NOT EXCEED FOUR ordinances adopting the
HUNDRED (400) SQUARE FEET; amendments on the date, time and
PROVIDING FOR AMENDING place as referenced above.
SECTION 4.15.5 "CI" Copies of the amendments and the
COMMERCIAL INTENSIVE, ordinances adopting the
SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS TO ADD amendments are available for public
MINI-WAREHOUSES AS A inspection at the Office of the
SPECIAL EXCEPTION; Director of Zoning, County
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY; Courthouse located at 945 North
REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN Florida, during regular business
EFFECTIVE DATE 'hours.
AN ORDINANCE OF BRADFORD All persons are advised that, if they
COUNTY,. FLORIDA, AMENDING decide to appeal any decision made
THE BRADFORD COUNTY LAND at the public hearings, they will need
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, a record of the proceedings and, for
AS AMENDED, PURSUANT TO AN such purpose, they may need to
APPLICATION, LDR 11-02, BY THE ensure that a verbatim record of the
BOARD OF COUNTY proceedings is made, which record
COMMISSIONERS; PROVIDING includes the testimony and evidence
FOR AMENDING SECTION 4.5.4 upon which the appeal is to be
based.


stomach with a barbecue fork.
The girlfriend added that Parker
threatened to kill her with the
utensil. She recorded the attacks
and threats on her cell phone.

Police convince
shoplifter to return
to crime scene
Kansas Lashae Ellison, 28,
was sentenced to six months pro-
bation after pleading no contest
to petit theft.
According to a Starke po-
lice report, on April 28, 2011,
a Bealls Outlet security offi-
cer confronted Ellison after she
snuck clothing out of the store by
taking the merchandise into a fit-
ting room, removing the hangers
and price tags, and stuffing the
clothing into a bag.
After she was confronted by
the officer, Ellison fled in a green
Dodge SUV, leaving behind a
friend who was with her in the
store.
After police arrived on the
scene, Ellison called her friend's
cell phone. Starke Police Sgt.
Matthew Watson answered the
call,'and asked Ellison to return
to Bealls. Watson wrote in a re-
port that "Ellison was very hesi-
tant in agreeing to come back to
the store. She asked several times
if I was going to arrest her, but
stated she wanted to know before
returning. I advised Ellison that
I was not making any deals nor
was I going to negotiate her re-
turn."
After talking to Watson for
around five minutes, Ellison
agreed to return to the store.
Once there, she eventually ad-
mitted to taking the clothing and
was arrested.


Food distribution

schedule set
The Second. Harvest North
Florida Mobile Food Pantry's
2011 distribution schedule for
Bradford County will be every
Wednesday at the following lo-
cations:
First and third Wednesday of
the month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke, be-
ginning at 10 a.m. until the food
is gone.
Second Wednesday of the
month-Church of God by Faith,
730 Old Lawtcy Road in Starke,
beginning at noon until all the
food is gone,
Fourth Wednesday of the
Month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke, be-
ginning at 10 a.m. until the food
is gone. (Volunteer assistance
provided by the Bradford County
Food Pantry.)
If there is a fifth Wednesday
during a particular month, distri-
bution will be at True.Vine Min-
istry as listed above.
The Second Harvest Mobile
Pantry program takes donated
food and goods directly to those
in 'eed. The distribution area is
set up as a drive-through so that
food recipients can easily get the
resources being offered and re-
turn with them to their homes.
Recipients are asked to remain
in their cars where a program
attendant will be happy to serve
them.
For more information, please
call True Vine Ministry at 904-
964-9264.








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*'Lawtey Community School teacher Cheryl Atkinson and
'student Steve Clark put the finishing touches on their
"classroom door decoration as part of a class contest in
recognition of National Autism Awareness Month. The
"door of Atkinson and Tina Basset was chosen as the
:winner by a small group of judges.


Fourth-grader
Alyssa Norman
works on
decorating her
classroom door.





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break from decorating Nancy Payne's classroom door, which takes each letter of the
word "autism" and makes the following: "Always Unique, Totally Intersting, Sometimes
Mysterious."


Redding
graduates
from Flagler
Robert Redding of Starke
graduated magna cum laude with
a Bachelor of Science degree
in public administration from
Flagler College. Redding is em-
ployed with Florida State Fire
Marshall's Office.

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Stephanie Loper's students
proclaimed they love
someone with autism, as
well as such celebrities as
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Braxton, Jenny McCarthy
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Puzzle pieces bearing the pictures of Cheryl Atkinson's
and Tina Bassett's students perfectly support the
statement: "We all fit."


Bradford County Animal Con-
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An inflatable
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pictures and the
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Class of '66
looking for
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Class of 1966 will hold its 45th
reunion later this year. Class
members are asked to get in
touch with one of the follow-
ing classmates to update their
contact information: Bobbie
Sue (Barksdale) O'Brian, bob-
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New doctor opens practice with Shands Starke


Dr. Robert L. Halterman is
the latest physician to establish a
practice in Starke. He is a Board
Certified Fellow specializing in
general gynecology, g necologic
surgery, urogynecology and in-
fertilit\, with a special interest
in gynecologic oncology. Hal-
terman will work in conjunction
with Shands Starke Regional
Medical Center to bring these
specialized services to the local
community.
Halterman has an excellent
track record in properly identi-
fying obstacles, and ultimately
*helping couples facing infertility
issues. Having received advanced
training in chronic, primary and
secondary infertility, Dr..Halter-
man boasts a 78 percent success
rate in helping couples achieve
pregnancy.
"I am looking forward to shar-
ing my expertise with the women
who choose to visit my practice.
I have some innovative and spe-
cific insights about various treat-
ments that are available to help
women facing a variety of chal-
lenges including gynecologic
cancer, infertility and meno-
pause," said Halterman.
As a graduate of the Kansas
City University of Medicine and
Biosciences, Halterman has re-
ceived and practiced extensive,
specialized training in minimally


Dr. Robert L. Halterman
invasive, advanced laparoscopic
pervic surgery and both surgi-
cal and non-surgical treatments
of female urinary incontinence.
Halterman also has extensive ex-
perience in high-risk obstetrics,
advanced laparoscopic and re-
constructive pelvic surgery.
From adolescence to meno-
pause, individualized treatment
plans are developed and imple-
mented to suit every patient on
an individual level.
"My priority is to treat every


patient like the unique individual
that she is, really listen to her
concerns and formulate a plan
of action together," said Halter-
man.
With Halterman's thorough
clinical experience and a sound
basis in medical literature, a for-
mulated, logical evaluation of
the complex female problems
that may arise is performed with
each and every patient.
Halterman is an active member
in numerous professional organi-
zations including, the American
College of Obstetrics and Gy-
necology, the American Society
of Advanced Laparoscopists, the
American Society of Urogyne-
cology and the American Acad-
emy of Infertility.
"We are thrilled about the ad-
dition of Dr. Halterman to the
Shands Starke team," said Ste-
ven Salyer, CEO, Shands Starke
Regional' Medical Center. "His
commitment to patients and
knowledge of these unique areas
of women's health will further
enhance our ability to meet the
needs of women in the area."
Practice offerings include:
Complete well woman ex-
ams.
Ovarian and colon cancer
screening.
Surgical and non-surgical
management of ovarian diseases,


Pictured at the office's ribbon cutting are (I-r) Shands Starke CEO Steven Sayler,
Allison Williams, Bettle Halterman, Dr. Robert Halterman and Michelle Jones.


pelvic pain and menopause syn-
dromes, urinary dribbling (in-
continence), abnormal uterine
bleeding and all forms of contra-
ception.
SFertility treatments.
Halterman's office is located
at 1546 S. Water St. in Starke.
New patients are now being ac-
cepted; please call 904-964-4777


for an appointment or more in-
formation.
Halterman completed his in-
ternship at the Phelps County
Regional Medical Center and
completed his residency in ob-
stetrics and gynecology at the
Doctors Hospital in Massillon,
Ohio, where he was chief resi-
dent for two years. He most re-


cently served as a staff OB/GYN
at Coxhealth in Monet, Mo., and
previously spent three years in
private practice at the Callaway
Community Hospital in Fulton,
Mo< Halterman received his
medical degree from the Kansas
City University of Medicine and
Biosciences.


SHINE volunteers
needed in BC
Volunteers are needed in
Bradford County for the award-
winning SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders) pro-
gram. SHINE is free, unbiased
Medicare and health insurance
information and counseling pro-
gram that helps seniors:
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Make informed choices
about their health insurance.
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Inform them of Medic-
aid programs for'which they may
be eligible.
Free comprehensive training
is provided and mileage is re-
imbuised. Basic computer skills
needed; bilingual individuals are
encouraged to apply. Contact the
Elder Help Line and tell them
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about becoming a SHINE volun-
teer. Call 800-262-2243 today.


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earlier
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will hold its' monthly meeting on
Tuesday, June 7, at 7 p.m. A spe-
cial meeting will be held Tues-
day, June 14, at 7 p.m. to go over
ranking evaluation for engineer-
ing and administrative services
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EDITORIAL
NEWS FROMf BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Blanding honors 3 deceased Guard members on Memorial Day


BY CLIFF SMNELLEY
Regional %-e%-- S-, ,rt,. Editor
Three monuments were
unveiled at the Camp hijandini
Museum and Memorial Park
on May 30 as the Florida
National Guard honored three
6f its own on Memorial Day.
The deaths of Sgt. Tracey
Brogdon, Spc. Marc
Whisenant and I" Sgt. Kenny
Fike may have occurred within
the last 20 years, but keynote
speaker Brig. Gen. Richarc
Gallant said they were no
different from the other men


and women throughout history
who have given their lives in
service to this country.
"The soldiers that have paid
this highest price e\emphli,
the values that are the strength
of our nation," said Gallant,
the land component
commander of the Florida
National Guard. "These
soldiers share a special
heritage, a common bond with
today's soldiers. If you would
look into their lives-whether
privates or generals-you
would see practiced the same


Jim
Bloodworth,
who volunteers
at the Camp
Blanding
Museum, is
pictured during
the
presentation of
the colors and
the playing of
the national
anthem.


Army values: loyalty, duty,
respect, selfless service, honor,
integrity and personal courage.
"Like Kenny Fike, Marc
Whisenant and Tracey
Brogdon, these soldiers were
ordinary men and women who
rose to meet seemingly
impossible odds and did
extraordinary things. These
brave men and women left the
safety of this sovereign soil to
defeat tyrants, ensure justice
and fulfill the promise of
safety and security for our
citizens in the global
community.
"Their lives were dedicated
not to conflict or death, but to
compassion and life."
Brogdon, who was deployed
to Kuwait with the 325'h
Maintenance Company, died
May 21, 1991, at the age of 27
when the Humvee she was
riding in overturned. She was
the first female / Florida
National Guard member to die
while serving on active duty
overseas and the Florida
Naitonal Guard's only casualty
in Operation Desert Storm.
Whisenant, who died Sept.
24, 2010, at the age of 23 in
Kuwait, was also killed when
the vehicle he was in rolled
over. He' had deployed to Iraq
previously and was attached to
the I"' Battalion, 124th Infantry


Property tax exemption now available

for deployed military members


Recently passed legislation
has provided for an additional
property tax' exemption for
members of the military who
were deployed in certain
operations during 2010.
In announcing the new
exemption, Bradford County
Property Appraiser Jimmy
Alvarez said, "I am pleased td
announce that an additional
property tax exemption is now
'available for certain members
of the military. In November
2010, Florida voters approved
-a constitutional amendment
known at the time as
Amendment 2, which created
this exemption. The recent
passage of House Bill 1141
defined the exemption
language and now makes the
exemption available for the



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upcoming 2011 tax bills."
A service member who
currently receives a homestead
exemption on his or her
primary residence-may receive
an additional tax savings with
the passage of this new bill.
The new exemption; is
available to service members
who were deployed during the
preceding calendar year on
actie duty. outside the
continental United States,
Alaska or Hawaii in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom,
Operation Iraqi Freedom or
Operation New Dawn.
Proof of deployment-
including dates from the
Veterans Administration or the


service member's military
branch-is required. The new
exemption is not a fixed
amount like the homestead
exemption. Rather, it is based
on the number of days the
service member was deployed.
For example, if the service
member was deployed half the
year, the exemption would be
50 percent of the home's
anable alue
If you have questions about
the exemption, you can contact
the Bradford County property
appraiser's office at 904-966-
6216. You can also download
the application form from the
properly appraiser's website at
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Brig. Gen. Richard Gallant (right) and Elizabeth Cook (left) unveil a monument
honoring Cook's son, Spc. Marc Whisenant, who was killed Sept. 24, 2010, during
his service in Operation New Dawn.


Regiment of the 53r Infantry
Brigade Combat Team during
his latest deployment.
Elizabeth Cook, who is
SWhisenant's mother, was
present at the Camp Blanding
ceremony to help unveil
Whisenant's monument.
See HONOR page 6B

Rufus Jarriel holds his
granddaughter,
Makenna Jarriel, during
the ceremony's closing
prayer. Rufus Jarriel is
the father of Col. R.
Dwayne Jarriel, Camp
Blanding's post
commander. Makenna's
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Attending the 55" class reunion of the UCHS Class of 1956 were: (seated, I-r) Hilda Connor McLeod, Josephine
Crews Peeples, Mavis Helms Bruner, Donna Dekle Coleman, Carolyn Peeples Jarrard, Marie Edenfield Scaff, Mary
Virginia Blelling Williams and Shirley Guynn Patterson. (Standing, I-r) Randolph Croft, Royce Albert Shaw, Joyce
Long Dukes, Betty Andrews Nettles, Ronald Hersey, J.R. McLeod, Eldred Bivins, Purvis Cason, Jimmy Brown, J.R.
Dukes and Bobby Winn.

Union County High class of 1956 celebrates 55th reunion


The Union County High
School Class of 1956 held its
55Ih class reunion on May 21
with an informal get-together at
Western Steer in Starke.
The event started with a social
hour during which plans were
made for the 56"h class reunion


to be held next year. A commit-
tee was selected to work on the
event. Dinner followed the so-
cial hour.
Those who attended the 55"'
reunion from outside Union
County were: Jimmy Brown of
Dahlonega, Ga.; Donna Dekle of


Shirley and Wayne Douglas

Douglases celebrate oth
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With a family dinner at the home,
of Jacque and Rick Bailey at
Hampton Lake.
The Douglases were married
Son May 12, 1961, in the First
Christian Church of Starke.
Shirley Douglas is the former


Shirley Harley.
The couple has five children:
Jacque Bailey of Brecksville,
Ohio, Wayne Douglas Jr. of San
Antonio, Texas, and Dianne
Graudons and Chris Douglas,
both of Starke. They have eight
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.


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McAlpin, Ronald Hersey and
Shirley Guynn Patterson of
Jacksonville, Eldred Bivins of
Earleton, and Mavis Helms
Bruner of Marianna. Twelve
class members from Union
County also attended.
To date, the Class of 1956 has


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Cade Caines

Cade Caines
J.D. and Carrie Caines of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Cade David Caines, on
April 17, 2011. He weighed 7
pounds 9 ounces and measured
20 inches in length. He joins, a
sister, Journie Rylan Gaskins.
Mtpa!, grandparentss are
Ricky and Chrissy Thompson of
Starke, and Debbie and David
Thigpen of Starke. Maternal
great-grandmother is Helen
Thompson of Starke. Cade is
also the great-grandson of the
late Kenneth "Buddy" Thomp-
son and the late Edward and
Ruth Douglas.
Paternal grandparents are Ju-
lie and Ronny Newman Sr. of
Gainesville. Paternal great-
grandparents are Paul and Gloria
Wooddell of Lake Butler.


only lost five members: G.A.
Mole, Jimmy Nettles, Lamar
Williams, Gary Roberts and
Geneva Andrews Grimes. Mole,
Nettles and Williams never had
the opportunity to attend a class
reunion.


Students set car
wash, yard sale
June 4
The yearbook staff from
Bradford High School will be
holding a fundraising car wash
on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Lawtey Shell
station on U.S. 301.
A yard sale will also be held
in the same location during the
same hours.


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The Howard and Crawford
families will hold a one-day
family reunion at the home of
Helen King Howard in Jackson-
ville on Saturday, June 4, begin-
ning at 9:30 a.m.
The reunion will be held at
2366 Broadway Ave. in Jack-
sonville and family members
from all areas especially
Lawtey and Starke are en-
couraged to attend. Please notify
Helen. Howard if you plan to
attend by calling 904-388-7494.

Public invited to
World War II
history program
on June 14 at
Bradford library
The public is invited to a
free, oral history program on
Flag Day, June 14,at 6 p.m. at
the Bradford County Library.,
The event is being hosted by
the Friends of the Bradford
County Library. The event will
feature three long-time
Bradford residents who will
reminisce about life in the
county during World War II.
The event will be recorded
and, hopefully, vill be the first
of many events that will focus
on capturing and preserving
our local history.
Impoverished and
struggling, residents of
Bradford County couldn't wait
for the Great Depression to
end. Then came World War
II, and Bradford residents were


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by economic opportunity and
social change. Thousands f
soldiers and a host bf
commercial contractors
descended on the city of
Starke, altering the very fabric
of the lives of everyone in the
community. New jots,
rationing of goods, recruits
from all over the nation, sons
and daughters leaving to servc
our country in foreign lands
provide the backdrop for many
untold experiences of thoge
who lived it. These stories
need to be told, enjoyed aijd
preserved.
Join the Friends of the
Bradford County Public
Library to hear Buster Rahn
and Arthur and Minnie
Redding reminisce about their
experiences during this fast-
paced, exciting and frightening
time in our history.
Rahn and Arthur Redding
are both World War II
veterans. Minnie Redding
served as all U.S. citizens did:
hoping, praying and working
to maintain our society as she
supported the war effort: Rahn
is a frequent editorialist for the
"Bfadford County Telegraph"
and is regarded as a local
historian. The Reddings, long-
time natives of Bradford
County, remember life in the
county that few can claim to
know. Arthur served as a local
barber during his career.
Minnie is well known for her
quilting skills.
UF/IFAS Bradford County
Extension is an equal-
opportunity institution. Article
submitted by extension agent
Jim DeValerio (904-966-
6299).


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Victoria Denmark (back row, second from right) performs with the AmeriKids and
singing sensation Jackie Evancho (foreground).

Local teen performs in PBS special


Last year, Victoria Denmark'
watched and cheered as 10-
year-old Jackie Evancho sang
her way to runner-up on
"America's Got Talent." Both
girls are opera singers, and
Denmark was thrilled to watch
Evancho's success, hoping one
day she could meet her and
sing with her.
That dream came true as an
Orlando talent agent/producer
hired Denmark, 13, to join the
AmeriKids performers, who
will sing in Evancho's PBS
special, "Dream with Me." The
special is produced by David
Foster, who has worked with
such artists as Celine Dion,
Michael Jackson, Madonna,
Beyonc6 and Josh Groban.
"I see God's hand in the
opportunity because Victoria
did not audition for it," said
Virginia Denmark, Victoria's
mother. "The Orlando
agent/producer places talent
for Universal Studios and
Disney, and she has seen
Victoria perform a number of
times this year.
"It's an opportunity that may
never happen again, but one
never knows" what God has
planned. We must keep our
focus on Him."
Victoria Denmark is
.interested in a Christian music
ministry and says she also


Victoria
Denmark (right)
is pictured
backstage with
Jackie Evancho
prior to the PBS
performance.


hopes one day to sing for
Disney, Universal Studios and
Celtic Women, for she has a
Celtic heritage. She is a
seventh-grade student at Hope
Christian Academy and a
member of Hope Baptist
Church. Victoria is working
toward paying for her first
missions trip this month.
Denmark studies voice with
Kathleen Myrick, a
professional 'singer/actor and
former Metropolitan Opera
performer. She has also
studied dance at Starke


Academy of Dance.
Denmark is the daughter of
Terry and Virginia Denmark,
and has one sister .and two
brothers. Her grandparents are
H.M. and Meriam Denmark,
and the late Neil and Patti
Crawford. Her great-
grandparents are Christine
Lawson and the late J.T.
Lawson.
Local air dates for the Jackie
Evancho speical may be found
on the website
www.jackieevancho.com.


Good Shepherd Lutheran to


dedicate new home Sunday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It is an example of the pieces
falling into place, but if you
ask the members of a Bradford
County Church about the
Events that led to a new church
home on S.R, 16, they will tell
you those events were no mere
coincidences.
Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church, which began with an
inaugural congregation of 12
in 2002 at the KOA
campground in Starke, is set to
have an official dedication at
its current location at Connerly
Estates (corner of S.R. 16 and
Northwest 182"n Way) at 4
p.m. A dinner will be held
after the dedication ceremony.
Since the first service on
Aug. 18, 2002, the church has
grown, moving from KOA to a
location on Church Street and
then purchasing the 4.87 acres
it currently sits on in 2009.
Three modular buildings for
worship, education and
fellowship were purchased in
2010.
Vic Selvaggio, the dean of
elders and vice president of the
congregation, played a key
role in the purchase of the land
and buildings, but he will tell
you he did not play the most
important role. That role
belonged to God.
"What the.Lord wants us to
do, we do," Selvaggio said,
summing up the events that led
the church to its current home
and why he, himself, has been
so involved in church over the
years.
It was Selvaggio who looked
at the property where the
church is now located and told
the congregation about it. The
land, however, was out of the
church's price range.
Six to eight months later,
Selvaggio said the real-estate
agent and called him the
property's price had been
decreased by half. The church
bought it.
Then, one day, Selvaggio
picked up a /free advertising
publication. He said he never
looks at such publications, but
the day he happened to pick
one up, he saw an
advertisement for modular


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buildings on the cover. That
led to the church contracting
with a company in Gainesville
to obtain three such buildings.
"I never look at that
newspaper," Selvaggio said.
"Why did I look at that


newspaper? It wasn't because I
wanted to. It's because (God)
wanted me to.
"Why did I think this was
such a good piece of property
for the church? Because (God)
thought it was a good piece of
property."
Under the leadership of God,
Good Shepherd has taken the
next step toward permanence,
with Selvaggio saying the final
plan would be to construct a
permanent sanctuary on the
corner of the property the
church now owns.
Several leaps of faith were
all it took.
"I think a turtle only gets
ahead by sticking its neck out,
right? Well, unless you stick
your neck out a little bit,
you're just not going to go
anywhere," Selvaggio said.
To go somewhere, you need
a starting point. That was the
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In the minds of many
people, the National Labor
Relations Board has
overstepped its authority in the
Boeing Company case and
bowed to political pressure in
charging Boeing with unfair
labor practice in renovating a
facility in South Carolina for
the purpose of building
airplanes. The Boeing
manufacturing plant in Seattle
is operating at full capacity
and additional plant capacity is
needed to fill production
quotas.
The National Labor
Relations Board is a political
animal appointed by-and
serving at the pleasure of-the
president. It is an independent
agency charged with
conducting elections in
industry and investigating
unfair labor practices. The
board consists of five members
and council. The board was
establishedin 1934 by
Executive Order 6763. In
2007, the terms of three
commissioners expired, and
President Bush wouldn't
appointment replacements.
(The Democrat-controlled
iSenate wouldn't have
approved any Bush
!appointments, regardless of
,qualifications.)
The board functioned with
;only two members from
:Decimber 2007 to March
:2009, but before the expired
'terms of the three
aforementionedd
.commissioners, the full board
:decreed that,. three members
,constituted a quorum. The
'board decided two members
could make decisions during
[the period and rendered 400
;edicts. The Supreme Court
'determined that two 'members
*of a five-man board does not
constitute a quorum, likely
rendering many cases invalid.
Wilhelm E. Boeing, founder
of the Boeing Co., "was a great
.visionary that pursued his
curiosity and never dismissed
the novel,' in the words of his
son, William E. Boeing Jr.. He
arrived in America as a young
man and went on to earn a
.fortune in timberland, banking
and insurance. He died from
influenza at age 42.
William E. Boeing Jr.
attended Yale, but did not
graduate. He inherited
timberland in Washington state
and a million-dollar fortune,
and moved to the West Coast
in 1903 to buy additional
timberland with mineral rights.
In the meantime, the Wright
brothers had achieved flight at
Kitty Hawk, N.C., and young
Boeing became fascinated with
the idea of building airplanes.
He bought a large, red barn in
1910 for $10, and it became
the -building in which Boeing-
built his first two planes.
Joining with naval engineer
George Conrad Westerveld, he
.built two airplanes and flew
them on maiden flights in
1910. Immediately afterward,
Boeing established the Pacific
Aero .Products Company.
.forerunner of the Boeing
,Company.
As the aircraft industry
,grew, so did the Boeing
Company, designing and
building airplanes, fighters and
bombers. as well as
.commercial airplanes. Its
designing and building of
aircraft. both commercial and
military, has kept the company
out front in the field since da"
cone. The B-17, queen of the
American bombing fleet in
World War II, is an example of
-Boeing success, followed by a
series of commercial cargo and
.passenger planes.
In the mid-1960s, work
began on the 747-100, the
Boeing multi-purpose basic
, airplane that can be configured
7 for military or commercial use,
cargo, passenger or a
combination of uses. It can
carry a payload of 100 tons
across the Atlantic Ocean,
flying 535 miles per hour at
35,000 feet. It is 232 feet long.
with a wingspan of 196 feet. It
takes off at 189 mph and lands


at 160 mph. It is the plane of
choice for the Air Force One.
(The current Air Force One is
the second 747 in service.) The
plane that carries the space
shuttle from California to
Florida is a 747. Its gross
weight is 735,000 pounds.
Boeing's Seattle plant is
building seen 747s a month.
operating at 100-percent
capacity, but orders for the
giant plane exceed plant
capacity, and Boeing needs
space and employees for five
additional planes per month.
To meet the need, it bought
and renovated a facility in
North Charleston, S.C. South
Carolina is a Right-to-Work
state-union membership is
not required to find
employment-along with 21
other states, most of which are
southern states.
The union representing
Boeing workers-International
Association of Machinists and
Aerospace Workers-has
complained to the National
Labor Relations Board,
claiming unfair labor practices


U


since South Carolina is a
Right-to-Work state. The
board advised Boeing that it
would not be in compliance if
it locates to South Carolina.
Boeing reiterated that it isn't
planning to abandon the
Seattle facility. It plans to use
the South Carolina facility to
handle the overflow in order to
meet contract schedules.
The show is far from over,
as the fat lady has yet to sing.
On May 12, Republican
senators Jim DeMint and
Lindsey Graham, of South
Carolina, and Republican Sen.
Lamar Alexander, of
Tennessee, introduced a bill--
the Job Protection Act
(S964)-to bar the board from
overriding an employer's
decision to site a facility in a
particular state. The measure
has at least 34 sponsors. This
is an important case to both
members and non-union
members, and no doubt it will
reach the U.S. Supreme Court
later this year.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


Letters to the Editor


Editorial/Opinion


Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, June 2, 2011 Page 4B



National Labor Relations


Board makes poor decision


Not neglected

at Park of

Palms
Dear Editor:
On Thursday, May 12, I
opened the Monitor and read
an article about Park of the
Palms being cited in a Miami
Herald investigative report.
Imagine my shock when the
case reported was about my
own aunt. Muriel Staab. The
article stated she had been
"neglected to death."
Please let me tell you a little
about 'Aunt Muriel from the
family's point of view. Aunt
Muriel was a resident at Wiley
Manor at Park of the Palms for
eight years. Her daughter,
Katy, lived in the Keystone
area, and was active in her
mother's care and was at the
Park almost daily. Muriel was
a feisty lady who was pleased
with the fact that she had
reached 101 years old since
her mother had lived to be 102.
Muriel taught home
economics for years and
always strived to look her best
when she left her room at the
Manor. Since she didn't see
well, her daughter Katy would
arrange her outfits in her closet
for each day. She wore jewelry
to match her outfit and put on
her makeup and spritzed on
her Estee Lauder's "Pleasures"
perfume before she went out
the door.
Katy pampered Aunt Muriel.
She took her to have her hair
done, did her nails, checked
her makeup, took her for rides
and to her appointments. Katy
never worried about her
mother and felt the Park did a
wonderful job of taking care of
her. Katy was in constant
contact with the Park and even
had cell phone numbers for
some of the staff. She was
notified immediately after,


Muriel fell. Aunt Muriel never
regained consciousness and
died peacefully.
The Park and staff were
supportive as Katy prepared
for Aunt Muriel's memorial
service in the living room at
the Manor. If Aunt Muriel was
neglected, I hope Katy will
come back and neglect me
when I am old. Sadly, Katy
passed away soon after Aunt
Muriel or I'm sure she would
be writing this letter.
At the end of the Monitor's
article, Larry Henderson, the
Park's administrator, states that
"complaints may come from
patients, their families,
employees or disgruntled
former employees." Neither
the patient nor the family had
any complaint with the Park,
its employees or its actions.
They also had no complaint
with Dr Cox and how he
handled the incident.
Both the Park and Dr. Cox
are a valuable and respected
part of the Keystone
community. I don't understand
how the media can report an
incident such as this and never
contact the family to check
their facts. Aunt Muriel lived a
long life and the Park of the
Palms allowed her to live her
last days ivith joy and dignity.
Leslie Harper


State CEO

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schools are not

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Dear Editor:
Brian Graham did give me a
good laugh on Thursday
morning as he lauded Gov.
Scott for his magnificent
performance as our state CEO.
Like many who obviously do
not deal with children, he


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agrees with Scott that the.
answer to our "failing" schpols
is abolishing tenure, -tying
teacher pay to test scores and
promoting merit pay.
What he and others fail to.
understand is that schools are
not factories making inanimate
products or fertilizer or.
cement. We do not start with a
uniform material that can be,
measured and quantified.
Quality control on our raw
material is not going to
happen. In fact, I will tell you
the opposite is true. Diversity
and developmental differences
are the norm. Throw in family,
dynamics like drug use,
neglect and abuse, and we
have a myriad of obstacles
facing teachers every day.
When you consider many of
these problems lead to people
moving their kids all over for:
various reasons, it can be
almost insane to believe a kid
will just sit down and fill in all
the correct bubbles which
those experts in Tallahasse:
would have you believe prove'
a child is getting a good;
education. You might as well,
tie a dentist or doctor's pay t
how many cavities they fill _'
how many broken arms they
set.
Human behavior is not'
something you can easily plug
into a formula and get even
results each time.
I noticed Mr. Graham's:
accolades for Gov. Scott as a:
CEO failed to mention he was;
forced to resign as CEO of
Columbia/HCA over company;
business practices and:
Medicare billing procedures.
The company pled guilty to
14 felonies and received a:
more than $600 million fine,:
the largest fraud settlement
ever. Scott, the great CEO, left
in his golden parachute. His;
cushion was $9.8 million as'

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When a man sends you an impudent letter, sit right
down and give it back to him with interest 10 times
compounded, and then throw both letters in the
wastebasket.
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well as stock shares worth o% er
$350 million.
"Unscrupulous" is a better
word to describe Scott as a
CEO. It boggles m% mind how
Floridians could end up with
someone far removed from
what we imagine as a governor
for Florida.
But hey, I am just a dumb
school teacher who is further
ruining the future of our
children with our failed school
policies.
; I think Mr. Graham's


funniest comment was how
teacher unions had pretty much
dictated policy in this state for
years. They tried once in the
early '70s and lots of teachers
lost their jobs because you
cannot strike in Florida. We
all know what dictates policy
in Florida politics --SS-$$.
Teachers certainly don't
have it, but check the
insurance industry, oil
companies and others with
deep pockets. Follow the
dollars. They followed it with
Scott and look what they found
out.
Too bad Florida voters didn't
take a closer look.
Steve Acree
Brooker


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KOA campground. Owner
John Steffen and his family
allowed the church free use of
the campground's recreational
hall. Rory Hermann, a retired
Navy chaplain, was the interim
pastor starting with that first-
ever church service. He
pastored at Good Shepherd
until the fall of 2003, when he
received the call to pastor at
another church named Good
Shepherd in Gulf Breeze.
John Buchheimer, after his
retirement in June 2003 as
pastor of Bethlehem Lutheran
Church in Jacksonville Beach,
stepped in as the next interim
pastor.
Buchheimer, wh6 has
pastored more than 50 years,
continues to serve in that
capacity.
"He loves it out here,"
Selvaggio said. "He absolutely
loves it."
Since the church met at the
campground, many of the
campers attended services. In
fact, Selvaggio said those
campers who are originally
from up north are like
"associate members:" They
attend their own churches
when they're home during the
summer, but attend Good
Shephered when they're down
south for the winter.
"I'd say the campers are
unique because they pitch in
just like they were here all the
time," Selvaggio said.
"Anything we've needed done,
they've volunteered for. They
are part of us 100 percent."
The church was grateful to
the Steffens for their
generosity, but substantial.
growth led to looking for a
new home.
"We slowly built to where it
was kind of getting unfair to
John Steffen to continue using
his facility, so we moved by
Parkside (Assisted Living
Facility)," Selvaggio said.
The move to 233 Church St.
happened in June 2007. During
that same year, the church'
received its charter to become
a congregation of the Florida-
Georgia District of the
Missouri Synod.


Two years later, the church
bought the property at S.R. 16
and Northwest 182nd Way. The
three modular buildings were
purchased in 2010 after the site
work was completed.
In essence, the church did
not have to pay for one of the
buildings, thanks to a gift of
$12,000 Bethlehem Lutheran
Church in Jacksonville Beach
and its pastor, Dana Brones.
Brones has been invited to
speak at the June 5 dedication
service.
"We thank him and our
mother congregation for their
much-appreciated love
offering," Selvaggio said.
Selvaggio lived in
Jacksonville prior to moving to
Bradford County and joining
Good Shepherd. He and his
wife, Kathy, who is the
treasurer and office secretary
for Good Shepherd, attended
Holy Cross Lutheran.
The area the couple lived in
was in a decline, Selvaggio
said. Plus, he, his wife, their
daughter Linda and her
husband, Mark Miller, met and
discussed making a move to
this area, seeing a mission
opportunity here and desiring
to have more space. Linda and
Mark, who work with the
youth at Good Shepherd,
bought 31 acres in Bradford
County, while- Selvaggio and
his wife bought 5 adjacent
acres.
Selvaggio, who retired from
Prudential and then IBM-
after being outsourced-in
2000, had a desire to get
involved in his new
community. Hence, he is a
member of the New River
Volunteer Fire Department.
Selvaggio and his wife, who
celebrated their 44"1 wedding
anniversary on May:: 6- have
three children and eight
grandchildren. After moving to
Bradford County, though, it's
almost as if their family is
larger than what it is.
"People down here are just
different," Selvaggio said.
"They don't even know you,
and they're friendly to you.
They'll bend over backwards
to help you. I haven't
encountered anybody down
here who won't go out of their
way to help."


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Three of the five baseball signees at a ceremony/pep rally at Union County High
School on May 26 were (1-r) Colby Andrews, Seth Parrish and Mason Dukes.


5 Union baseball players


headed to Thomas University


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
After walking across the
stage this Friday, June 3, to
accept his diploma, Union
County High School senior
Colby Andrews will be set to
start the next phase of his
life-going to college.
However, it appears as if
college is going to be a little
like high school. Andrews and
three of his senior teammates
on the. baseball team-Chason
Andrews, Walter Bradley and
Seth Parrish-will be heading
to Thomas University in
'Thomasville, Ga., to continue
their playing careers after
accepting scholarships. Mason
Dukes, a 2010 UCHS
graduate, will join them.
"It's pretty crazy," Colby
Andrews said. "It's going to be
'like high school again. It's
:going to be fun."
All five took part in a
signing ce.remony/pep rally in
:front of the entire student body
on May 26 that consisted of a
'total of nine student-athletes in
various sports. Despite the
atmosphere, Btadley seemed.
relatively calm.
"Everybody told me I should
be'super excited. I just feel like
'it's a normal day," Bradley
said, adding, "It should be
more exciting when I get to the'
'campus, but as of right now,
it's just a normal thing to me."
SUnion County head baseball
coach Brian Tomlinson was a
little more emotional and
almost at a loss for words to
Describe how he felt.
"I'm proud of them,"
Tomlinson said. "I don't know
.what else to say. I can't stop
smiling, I know that."
The players may not be able


to get the Thomas University
Night Hawks to charge their
colors from hunter green and
white to Union County's
colors of purple and gold, as
Bradley jokingly suggested,
but they should feel at home.
"It's going to be nice to have
a small community of friends
up there," Parrish said. "I don't
thiik I'll be shy with them
around me."
Chason Andrews said, "It'll
ease the nervousness on the
first day of school."
Being joined by high school
teammates aside, Colby
Andrews said the Thomas
campus just feels comfortable.
"It kind of reminds me of
Union County, actually," he
said.
Tomlinson said of the four
seniors, he was especially
proud to see Bradley get the
opportunity at Thomas
Universtiy. Setbacks prevented
Bradley from playing all four
years of high school, and this
past season was his first on the
varsity level, Tomlinson said.
Bradley, an outfielder,
batted .415 and drove in 10
runs this past season, but more
than anything, what the Night
Hawks are getting in him is a
speedy player on the
basepaths.
"I've never seen anybody hit
as many infield hits and beat
them out as he has,"
Tomlinson said.
Colby Andrews, and
outfielder, and Parrish, an
infielder, batted .329 and 279,
respectively, this past season,
with Parrish driving in 13 runs.
Tomlinson said the Night
Hawks are getting a player in
Andrews who never takes a
day off, regardless of health or


injury, and a player in Parrish
who views his role as more
than simply playing the game.
"I think Colby's going to be
more of an all-around guy,"
Tomlinson said. "He's going
to be able to hit for the average
and help them out offensively.
He's going to be able to run
down balls in the outfield.
"I think Seth will help out
with leadership. I think he's
going to try to take the team on
his back."
Tomlinson said Chason
Andrews; an outfielder, was
simply looking for someone to
give him. a chance. Now that
Thomas has, Tomlinson
believes Andrews will make
the most of it.
Also, Tomlinson said
Andrews is a little like Parrish.
"Chason's another one who
will lead," Tomlinson said. "A
lot of times, people don't take
him too seriously because he
likes to joke and play, but he'll
be one, I. think, who will lead."
Dukes has shown how
determined he. is to play by
working out, staying in shape
and staying on top of his game
despite not getting an
opportunity to playwright out of
high school fast year,
Tomlinson said.
"Grateful" also describes
Dukes. Dukes admitted he did
not pursue a collegiate playing
opportunity as hard as he
should have during his senior
year at UCHS. He thought he
might never play ball again,
but this past spring, he began
working out when it seemed he
might get that chance.,
eventually going to Thomas
for a tryout.
See SIGNING page 7B



I Signing their
.' .1 names on the
:, necessary
f paperwork are
future Thomas
7 University
baseball
players Walter
Bradley (left)
and Chason
Andrews.


Local theater
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The Lake Region
Community Theater is hosting
a "Make Par for the Arts" golf
tournament on Friday,June 17,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
The tournament format is a
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Prizes will bd awarded.
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Florida will bear witness to
the only event of its kind in the
nation Sept. 22-24-
Presidency 5. The crown jewel
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HONOR
Continued from Page 1B

Fike, a member of the 1"
Battalion, 116'" Field Artillery
Regiment, died Sept. 24, 2010,
at the age of 55 after a battle
\with cancer. He had been
deployed to Kuwait and was
evacuated to the U.S. due to
his illness.
"Several years ago-and
several wars ago-President
John Fitzgerald Kennedy said,
'A nation reveals itself not
only by the men it produces,
but by the men it honors, the
men it remembers.' Today,"
Gallant said, "we remember
and honor the American
serviceman-soldiers, sailors,
airmen and Marines. Ordinary
men and women who died
while in military service.
"We also celebrate the
service and sacrifice of three
great American soldiers-Staff
Sgt. Tracey Brogdon, 1' Sgt.
Kenny Fike and Spc. Marc
Whisenant."
Though a time to remember
those who have died, Gallant
said Memorial Day should be
more than a day of mourning.
It is a time to think of life and
what lies ahead, thanks to
those in the military.


"It is fitting that our nation
chooses the last Monday in
May as Memorial Day,"
Gallant said. "This day marks
the beginning of summer.
What could be a more fitting
tribute to the men and women


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The final selection for
Bradford County delegates
will be held July 14 during the
regular- meeting of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee at 5 p.m.
at Capital City Bank of Starke.


who died in' service to their
country than the day that gives
birth to a season filled with
warmth and life?
"Memorial Day is not a day
of solemn mourning, but a day
of reverent celebration."


For more information on
delegate registration, please
contact David Dodge, the chair
of the Bradford County
Republican Executive
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BHS rolls despite penalties,


defeats Oakleaf in classic t


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Quarterback Austin
Chipoletti threw two first-half
touchdown n passes, while
defensive back Devin Paulk
had two interceptions in
Bradford's 28-3 win over
Oakleaf in a spring classic on
May 27 in Orange Park.
'Chipoletti completed 9-of-16
passes for 102 yards, which
was just 22 yards less than
Oakleaf-a second-year
program-gained overall
against a stingy, opportunistic
Bradford defense. The
Tornadoes gave up 148 total
*yards, made nine tackles
behind the line of scrimmage
and forced four turnovers. Two
of those occurred in the red
zone, including a fumble on Z
first-and-goal play from the 3-
yard line that was recovered by
Trd Edmond right before the
,end of the first half.
"Our defense was able to
make stops when they needed
to," head coach Derek
Chipoletti said. "We run to the
ball well. We're pretty fast.
Our kids work out hard in the
weight room.
"I. think that showed
tonight."
Paulk and fellow defensive
back Ja'Quez Calloway had a
'knack for being around the
ball. Both of Paulk's
interceptions were off of balls
tipped by Calloway. Paulk
returned his second pick for a
touchdown in the third quarter
that put the Tornadoes up 21-0.
The game had its highlihts
offensively and defensively,
but numerous, costly penalties
left Chipoletti with a bad taste
in his mouth. Bradford was
flagged 13 times for 155 yards,
with two penalties negating
touchdowns. All but on~e


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Devin Paulk makes the first of two interceptions in
Bradford's spring win over Oakleaf.


penalty were either for
holding, personal fouls or
unsporstmanlike conduct.
Chipoletti said he could live
with the holding penalties
since it was a spring game.
The 15-yarders, though, are
another matter.
"It's a spring game,"
Chipoletti said. "We're going
to be sloppy. Things are going
to happen in a spring game,
but personal fouls-that's what
losers do. It really is.
"If we're going to be
winners, we've got to change
that."
The Tornadoes were
whistled for an
unsporstmanlike conduct


penalty on -their first
possession of the game, but
still managed to score. Wide
receiver Brandon Thomas
gained 32 yards on, an end-
around play to give Bradford a
first down at the Oakleaf 21.
Austin Chipoletti -then hit
receiver Kenny Dinkins with a
short pass over the middle,
which Dinkins turned into a
touchdown with 7:23 to play.
Nathan Smith added the PAT
for a 7-0 lead.
Defensive lineman Phillip
James made his presence felt
early. He had a sack for a 3-
yard loss on Oakleaf's second
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Indians rally from early


deficit, but lose classic 21-14


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
Keystone Heights gave the
visits frornm edrpienendez', ,"
High School a 21-point head
start before posting 14
unanswered points of its own,
resulting in a one-touchdown
:win for the visitors from St.
Johns County in a May 27
spring football classic.
Lightning and a thunder
Shower led officials to delay
kickoff for 49 minutes. That
postponement prompted both
Coaches to agree to a running
Clock for the second half.
Menendez threatened on its
Second drive, marching 10
plays to the Keystone 1-yard
line, but on third-and-goal, the
SFalcons muffed a handoff.
Defenders Dalton Beard and
SDaniel Williams raced to the
,loose ball in the Menendez
backfield, with Beard coming
away with the prize.
On the following play,
however, Keystone returned
the favor when a Falcons
defender jarred the ball loose
from Indians running back
Alex Gonzales. Menendez
quarterback Ryan Dentmon
then tossed a 6-yard pass- to
Fred Whitehead for the game's
first score. Austin Stewart
added the extra point, and the
Falcons jumped ou0 to a 7-0
lead.
Another mistake punished
Keystone later in the- same
quarter. With the Indians
driving to the Menendez 15, a
Falcons defensive lineman
leaped to knock down an Evan
Harvey pass, but hung onto the
ball, pocketing the turnover.
On the next play, the Indians
failed to get one of their
corners on the field, leaving
Falcons receiver Dalton
Lemaster uncovered.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson tried to call timeout,
but was too late. Lemaster took
in a Dentmon pass near the
right sideline, and easily
outran the remainder of the
Keystone secondary into the
end zone. Stetvart's PAT gave
the Falcons a 14-0 lead.
The home team's third
turnover of the half led to
another Menendez
score. Midway through the
second quarter, the Indians
drove from their own 25 to the
Menendez 37 before losing the
ball on a fumble.
The Falcons took over, and
in seven plays covering more


than 37 yards, produced their
third and final touchdown of
the night-a 15-yard pass from
Dentmon ,to Micah
SFinadle S.ILW"vA 'adted the
extra point,,giving the visitors
a 21-0 lead.
With less than two minutes
:in the half, the Indians played
error-free football. Starting on
its own 25, the Keystone
offense took only 1:48 to hit
pay dirt, with Harvey
completing passes to Chase
Julius and Gonzales, and
contributing two runs of his
own totaling 19
yards. Tra'Von Thomas added.
a 20-yard gallop during the
eight-play drive.
Harvey completed the surge
with. a 17-yard pass to Julius.
On that play, the junior
receiver, facing man-to-man
coverage, drove his opponent
to the 3-yard line, then cut to
the sideline and corralled
Harvey's throw. Julius then
evaded the defender's attempt
to corral him, staggered to stay
in bounds and sidestepped
across the goal line with two
seconds left in the half.
Logan Stanley added the
point after touchdown, leading
to a halftime score of 21-7.
On their first possession of
the third quarter, the Indians
picked up where they left off
in the first half, executing a
nine-play five-minute drive,
In that effort, Gonzales rushed
for 16 yards on five attempts
and Harvey connected with
tight end Matthew Dickinson
for a 19-yard
completion. Bruce Kirksey
added 20 yards on two jaunts,
including a 17-yard scoring
run. Stanley added the extra
point, leading to cap the
scoring at 21-14.


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were tackling him," Dickinson
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own defense was hampered by
the large number of
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The Union County 10-and-under girls finished the season with an 11-1 record, with
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Pictured are: (front, I-r) Kayla Weeks, Jessie Howard, Kamaya Cohen, Tanner
Canada, Chamberlain Gibson, (middle, I-r) Jenna Ritch, Justice Kite, Kyler Herndon,
Bailey Garrett, Summer Fulgham, (back, I-r) and coaches Eric'Hall, Jim Godwin and
Kyler Cohen.


SIGNING
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SObituaries -


Maria Chavarria
LAKE BUTLER-Maria
Gonzalez Chavarria. 78. of Lake
Butler passed away Thursday.
Ma\ 26. 2011. at Shands UF
Medical Center in Gaines ille.
Mrs. Chavarria was born in
l.osna. Texas. as the daughter of
the late Benito Gonzalez and
Faustina Pesina. She had lived in
Lake Butler for the last 30 years.
She was a homemaker and was of
the Catholic faith.
She is survived by: her husband
of 60 years, Antonio Chavarria Sr.
of Lake Butler; her children. Olga
Rodgers. Diana Garcia. Yolanda
Rivera. Rosa M. Perez, Anna M.
Chavarria, Antonio Chavarria Jr..
Luis Chavarria. Thelma Montoya,
Norma Sendejas. Pablo Chavarria,
Josa Chavarria. Maria Calvo.
Ramiro Chavarria, David
Chavarria. John Chavarria.
Stanley Chavarria and Alfredo
Chavarria: and 53 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Ma$
29 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home in Lake Butler. Interment
followed in Dekle Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home.

Leacey Cruce
GAINESVILLE Leacey
Geneva Cruce, 84, of Gainesville
passed away Saturday. May 28,
2011, at E.T. York Haven Hospice
in Gainesville.
Mrs. Cruce was born in Palatka
as the daughter of the late Gus M.
Gunter and Addie Lamb Gunter.
She lived most of her life in
Gainesville.
SMrs. Cruce is survived by: her
companion, Ward Baily;
daughters, Deborah Colding,
Patricia Osborne and Susanna
Brow, all of Gainesville; a
stepdaughter, Leona Epstein of
New Orleans; sons, Edward Green
of Gainesville and Patrick Cruce
of Bolfo Springs; sisters, Myrtle
Gunter of Gainesville and Louise
Reeves of Macclenny; and 20
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Calop J. Cruce, and
her stepson, Michael Cruce.
Funeral services foiMrs. Cruce
were held May 30 in the chapel of
Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler with the Rev. Jeff Ray
conducting the services. Interment
followed in AKtioch Cemetery in
LaCrosse. Arrangements were
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home.

Charles Green
SSTARKE-Charles Wayne
Green, 72, of Starke died Sunday,
May 29. 2011. at his home
following an extended illness.
Mr. Green was born on March
30, 1939, in Columbus, Ga., as the
son of the late Charlie E. Green
and Waurene Yarbrough Green.
He' moved to Starke from
Jacksonville in 1984.
Mr. Green was a restaurant
manager and had been a
professional dog handler for 40
years. He was a member of, the
Professional Dog Handler's
Association Inc: Mr. Green served
in the U.S. Army and was of the


Baptist faith.
He is survived by: his wife of
25 years, Carol Nixon Green of
Starke: a son, Martin (Jane) Green
of Starke; stepsons, Bruce
(Yvonne) McClenathan of Spring
Lake. N.C., and John (Nadine)
McClenathan ofMt. Gilead. Ohio;
siblings, Lamar (Peggy) Green
and Zonelle Taylor. both of
Columbus. Ga. Gerald (Charlotte)
Green of Blairsville, Ga., and
Herman (Audrey) Green of Lee.
Ala.; six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, June 4, at II am. at
Madison Street Baptist Church in
Starke. A private burial will take
place at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
Hospice of the Nature Coast. 150
N. Main St., High Springs, FL
32643, or the Madison Street
Baptist Church Building Fund,
900 W. Madison St.. Starke. FL
32091.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Howard Henry
WALDO-Howard Hugh
Henry, 56, of Waldo passed away
Saturday, May 28. 2011 at the VA
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Me. Henry was a correctional
officer at Florida State Prison and
a member of the PBA.
He is survived by: his wjfe of
40 years, Vickie Henry of Waldo:
daughters, Tiffany Henry of Lake
Butler and Kimberly Henry of
Hawthorne; sons, John Fisher of
Daytona Beach and Jacob Henry
of Ft. Stewart, Ga.; his father,
Jerry H. Henry of Bronson; a
brother, Charles Henry of Apopka;
sisters, Brenda Harrison of
Apopka and Paula Brassart of
Mascot; and six grandchildren.
Mr. Henry was preceded in
death by his mother, Mary Proctor
Henry.
A private memorial service will
be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Pete Hodge Sr.
I BROOKER-Pete Hodge Sr.,
74, of Brooker passed away
Thursday, May 26,2011.
Mr. Hodge was the son of the
late Dennis aitd Effie Hodge and
was a lifelong resident of Brooker.
He was an Army veteran who
served in the Korean conflict. He
retired as a sergeant with the
Florida Department of Corrections
at the Reception and Medical
Center in Lake Butler.
Mr. Hodge is survived by:
daughters, Venessa Hodge,
.Teressa Johns, Sue Ann Page and
Tammy Wopshall; sons, Pete
Hodge Jr., Danriy Wilkerson and-
David Hodge: 15 grandchildren
and two.great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Sue Page Hodge.
Funeral services were held May
28 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home iii Lake Butler with the
Rev. Terry Elixson conducting the
services. Intermenit followed in


Dedan Cemeter). Arrangements
were under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.


Okey L. Jones


Okey Jones
TAMPA-Okey L. Jones, 89,
of Tampa passed away Sunday,
May 29, 2011, at Melech Hospice
House with family by his side.
Mr. Jones was born in
Covington, Va., on April 1, 1922,
to the late Hida F. Jones and
Mabel Kemper Jones. He served
his country during World War II
for four years in the United States
Navy, and was deployed in the
South Pacific on the ship Samuel
T. Darling when his ship was
torpedoed by the Japanese at
Okinawa, Japan. He and four other
sailors floated on a life raft for 11
days.
They survived on only one sea
ration biscuit and four ounces of
water twice a day. They were
rescued by a Dutch transport boat,
and were only given half of a
sandwich due. to their poor
condition. Okey worked for
Raleigh Hardware for several
years in Beckley, W.Va., after
returning from the military.
He worked for Wilson's Meat
Company for 30 years, and then
worked for Blue Ribbon Meat
Company in Tampa until it closed.
He worked at the fairgrounds in
Tampa for eight years before he
retired.
Okey was preceded in death by
his wife, Lily Mae Jones; his
daughter, Eunice "Sissy" Jones;
his sister, Francis Pauline Jones;
his brothers, Dover "Bob" Jones
and Paul D. Jones; and his sons,
Jeffery and Edward "Huey" Neats.
He is survived by: his loving
wife, Virginia "Jenny" Dicandio
Jones of Tampa; his sons, Everett
'R. "Jeep' (Donna) Jones of
Seffner, Frank. (Gwen) Jones of
Tampa, and Donald (Glenda)
Neats of Tampa; his brothers, Fred
(Louise) Jones of Roanoke, Va.,-
and John (Shirley) Jones of
Covington, Va.; his sisters,
Beatrice (Fred) Smith of Starke,
Lucille (Howard) Morrison of
Winter Haven., and Mary Pagan of
Tampa; his 12 grandchildren, nine
great-grandchildren and more than
100 nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on
June 1 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastor Wayne


Spratlin officiating. Interment
followed at Pine Grove
Congregational Methodist Church
Cemetery. Family received friends
on June 1 at the funeral home. In
lieu of flowers, please make
donations to LifePath Hospice,
11125 N. 52nd St., Temple
Terrace, FL 33617. Arrangements
are under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
Visit www.archietannerfuneral
services.com to sign the family's
guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Ronnie Lane
PALMETTO-Ronnie H.
Lane, 67, of Palmetto passed away
Sunday, May 29, 2011, at
Manatee Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Lane was born in
Jacksonville on June 12, 1943, to
Mae Rowland-Lane and the late
Stephen H. Lane. He was of the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Lane is survived by: his
wife of 17 years, Marsha Lane of
Palmetto; children, Mischelle
(David) Matteson of Bryceville;
William (Ali) Scott of Bradenton;
Stephen Scott of Georgia; Amy
Vester of Starke; Kimberly
Buckley of Elmira, N.Y., and
Donald (Mindy) Vester of Terre
Haute, Ind.; his mother, Ola Mae
Lane; siblings, Thomas Lane and
Tammi Brent: and 1I
grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Brandy Taylor, and
brother, Johnny Lane.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, June 2, from 7-9
p.m. at Archie Tanner Funeral
Home in Starke.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, June 3, at 11 a.m. at the
funeral home with Pastor Jimmie
Scott conducting the services.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner, Funeral
Services.

Bland Matthews
ALACHUA-Bland Clifford
Matthews, 76, of Alachua passed
away Sunday, May 29, 2011, at
his home, following a brief illness.
Mr. Matthews was born in Lake
Butler as the son of the late J.L.
Matthews and Mary Bielling
Matthews. He lived most of his
life' in Alachua and owned dnd
operated his own cattle ranch.
among other enterprises. He was a


member of Hope Community
Church in Alachua.
Mr. Matthews is survived by:
his wife of 55 years, Betty Alverez
Matthews: a daughter, Bobbie S.
Matthews (Robert) Dees of
Ringgold, Ga.; a son. Joel
(Frances) Clifford of Alachua: a
brother, Jack (Janet) Matthews of
Lake Butler: four grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his son. John L. Matthews. his
sister, Pearl Seay, and his brother.
Alec Matthews.
Funeral services were held June
I in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home in Lake Butler with the
Rev. James Richardson
conducting the services. Interment
followed in Ft. Call Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home.


Dolly Meldrum
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Kathryn "Dolly" Meldrum, 91, of
Keystone Heights passed away in
Gainesville on May 30, 2011.
She was born Kathryn Magill
Beynon on May 26, 1920, in
Oaks, Penn., to the late David
Richard Powell Beynon Sr. and
Kathryn McMullin .Magill. Dolly
received her training and worked
as a registered nurse at Lankenau
Hospital in Philadelphia. Her job
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She is survived by her five
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Funeral services for Dolly will
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Obituaries


Crime & Punishment


Andrew Munden
LAKE BUTLER-Andrew Pat
Munden Jr., 86. of Lake Butler
died Saturday. May 28. 2011, at
Shands UF Hospital in Gainesville
after an accidental fall.
Mr. Munden was born in
Marshall. Texas. He moved to
Iake Butler in 1959 and had lived
in Eatonville. Wash., before
moving back to Lake Butler in
2009. He was a retired
superintendent of Florida Gas
Tr~hsmission near Brooker. He
was also a U.S. Navy veteran.
Mr. Munden was a member of
the First Christian Church
Disciples of Christ of Gainesville.
He was the son of the late Andrew
Pat Munden Sr. and Bess
'Lancaster Munden. 'He was also
preceded in death by a daughter,
Shannon M. Sparks, and a sister,
Marjorie Munden.
Mr. Munden is survived by: his
wife, Mildred "Millie" D. Munden
of Lake Butler: a daughter
Patricia Mauie (Larry) Munden-
Dixson of Savannah, Ga.; a son,
Jodie Lee (Susan) Munden of San
Clemente, Calif.; six
grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
grandson.
Memorial services will -be held
on Saturday, June 4. at 2 p.m. in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Pastor
Tom Gibson conducting the
services. There' will be no
visitation. Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Marshall Palmer
LAKE BUTLER-Marshall E.
Palmer, 63, of Lake Butler passed
away suddenly on Thursday, May
26, 2011, as a result of a
motorcycle accident in Lake City.
Mr. Palmer was born in
Jacksonville, but lived most of his
life in Wahneta and Lake Butler.
He was an Army veteran who
served in Vietnam. He retired
from the Florida Department of
Corrections after serving for 22
years.
Mr. Palmer was a member of
the Lake Butler Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.
He is survived by: his wife of
43 years, Julianne Kerce Palmer; a
Jon,Marshall Palmer Jr.; a sister,
Ethel Palmer of Lake Butler; and
three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May
31 in the Lake Butler Ward with
Bishop Bobby Cabral conducting
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Johnny Scott
HAYES CENTER, NEB.-
Johnny R. Scott, 65, of Hayes
Center, Neb., passed away
Wednesday, May 25, 2011, at the
Great Plains Regional Medical
Center in North Platte, Neb.
Mr. Scott was born on Sept. 25,
1945, as the son of the late Reese
Raymond and Jessie Mae (Jones)
Scott. The family lived in Starke.
In 1963, he graduated :from
Bradford High School and enlisted
in the U.S. Army, -serving as a
radio operator and Morse
interceptor. He was honorably
discharged in July of 1970.
On Aug. 8, 1970, Mr. Scott was
married to Cheryl Fowler in
Kingsland, Ga. The family made
its home in Jacksonville before
moving to Hayes Center, Neb., in
1976. The family owned and
operated Scott's Grocery in
Nebraska.
Mr. Scott was a member of the
UCC Congregational 'Church,
Lions Club, Palisade VFW and the
American Legion. He was a
volunteer with the Hayes Center
Fire Department.
He is survived by: his wife,
Cheryl Scott of -Hayes Center,
Neb.; a son Joshua (Tiffiny) Scott
of Gilbert, Ariz.: a daughter,
Stephanie (Dustin) Tinsman of
Hastings, Neb.; sisters, Elizabeth
(Michael) Gaza of Amelia and
JoAnn (Bill) Diddell of.
Jacksonville; and four
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on


May 31 at the Ha\es Center
School in Nebraska with Pastor
Jean Miller conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Haves Center Cemetery.
The family requests that. in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to
the charity of the donor's choice.
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LAWTEY-Truelove Smith.
88, of Lawtey passed away
Saturday, May 28, 2011, at Haven
Hospice E.T. York Care Center
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Smith was born on July
15, 1922, in Ebb and attended the
localschools there. She moved to
Lawtey and attended secondary
school in Bradford County.
She worked as a dietitian with
the Bradford County school
system. She was a member of St.
John Missionary Baptist Church,
where she served on the Mothers'
Board and in the Prayer Band.
Mrs. Smith is survived by: a
daughter, Jacqueline (Derrick)
Richburg of Ft. Lauderdale; one
grandson and one great-grandson.
Visitation will be held on
Friday, June 3, at Haile Funeral
Home "in Starke. Family hour is
from 3-4 p.m. and the family will
receive friends from 4-8 p.m.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, June 4, at 1 p.m. at St.
John. Missionary Baptist Church
with the Rev. James Rackley
conducting the services. A
viewing will be held at the church
one hour prior to the services and
the cortege will form at the home
of Mrs. Smith in Lawtey at 12:30
p.m. Interment will follow the
services in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawtey.
Arrangements are under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.


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KH bar
manager
ordered to
appear in court
Paul Anthony Wellborn, 46,
of Keystone Heights was
issued an order to appear in
court after alleged violations of
the adult entertainment
establishment ordinances were
discovered in the Keystone
Saloon while Welborn was
acting as manager.
According to the report by
Clay County Sheriffs Office
Investigator G.B. Ward,
undercover officers were in the
Keystone Saloon on the
evening of May 20. Welborn
was present and acting as
manager.
Ward reported that during
the bar's "lingerie night"
Welborn directed female
dancers up onto the bar at
various times where they
exposed themselves while
wearing G-strings and see-
through underwear.
This allegedly happened in
full view of Welbom and with
his approval.
The report also stated that
the female dancers simulated
oral sex on one another while
dancing on the bar. They
received tips from patrons and
put the tips in a glass jar on the
bar.

Charges added
.to former officer
Additional charges were
added this week to those
against Kenyatta J. Sheffield,
35, of Jacksonville.
Formerly a part-time Lawtey
Police Department officer,
Sheffield is accused of
requiring people to pay traffic
fines to him directly, instead of
to the courthouse.
An additional count -of
offering a bride and one count
of accepting a bribe were
added May 24 to those
pending against Sheffield.
He was booked into the
Bradford County Jail and
released on May 25.

Man charged
manslaughter
in AT&T
worker's death
David Michael White, 49, of
Keystone Heights was charged
May 25 with negligent
vehicular manslaughter, DUI
vehicular manslaughter and
driving while license is
suspended or revoked.
He is being held in the
Bradford County Jail on a
$100,000 bond and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
White's arrest resulted from
the investigation that followed


the Feb. 4 crash that took the
life of AT&T worker Jason D.
Wisham, 29, of Palatka.
Wisham was working at the
base of a utility pole at the side
of S.R. 100 in Bradford
County when he was struck
and killed in the Feb. 4 crash.
According to the Feb. 4
report submitted by Florida
Highway Patrol Sgt. J. Powell,
Wisham was -transported to
Shands UF following the
crash, where he was
pronounced dead.
The report said that Wisham
had legally parked his 2001
Chevrolet van at the side of
S.R. 100, just east of Hope
Baptist Church. Wisham was
at the base of a nearby utility
pole when the 2000 Plymouth
van driven by White left S.R.
100 and traveled onto the
shoulder of the road.
White's van struck Wisham
and then continued forward,
striking Wisham's parked
vehicle. White's van rotated
and overturned before coming
to rest on the shoulder. White
was also seriously injured in
the crash.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
St. Paul Renard Allen, 42, of
Riverview was arrested May
27 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
driving .while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Rhonda Sue Alvarez, 39, of
Starke was arrested May 27 by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
larceny. She was released on
May 28.
Pervess E. Anderson, 22, of
Delray Beach was arrested
May 28 by SPD officers -for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and on
an out-of-county warrant. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Katie Ritch Am, 22, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
SPD officers for dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set
at $5,00('and she was released
on bond May 26.
Rena Akers Arnold, 38, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
SPD officers for trespassing.
She was released on May 23.
Willie Clarence Baker, 61,
of Starke was arrested May 25
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual and


possession
equipment.
May 25.


of narcotic
He was released on


Charles A. Barnes, 29, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
SPD officers for failure to
register as a sex offender.
Bond was set at $25,000 and
he was released on bond May
27.
Connie Carter Bellamy, 44,
of Starke was arrested May 25
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was .set
at $500 and she was released
on bond May 25.

Robert James Bellamy, 44,
of Starke was booked into the
Bradford County Jail on May
25 on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
May 25.
Travis James Brendle, 29, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
BCSO deputies for grand theft
auto. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released on bond
May 27.
Pamela Diane Brown, 46,
was arrested May 26 by SPD
officers for retail theft. She
was released May 26.
Tom Lee Brown, 64, of
Starke was arrested May 27 by
BCSO deputies for criminal
mischief with property
damage. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 27.
Keisha Marie Cain, 21, of
Starke was arrested May 29 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked and attaching a tag not
assigned to the vehicle. She
was released on May 29.
Shauntel Leshea Carter, 23,
of Starke was arrested May 27
by BCSO deputies for two,
counts of sale of cocaine, two
counts of possession of
cocaine with intent to sell, one
count of battery and two
counts of failure to appear in
court for original misdemeanor
charges. Bond was set at
$112,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Anthony George Catalano,
21, of Jacksonville was
arrested May 29 by Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
He was released on May 30.
Luisa Celis, 23, of
Pembroke Pines was arrested
May 29 by officers of the
Department of. Corrections
inspector general's office for
smuggling contraband into a
prison, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and.
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. Bond was 'set at
$2,100 and she was released
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Crime & Punishment


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
loshua S. Crawford, 38, of
Brooker was arrested May 26
by BCSO deputies for
obtaining a controlled
substance through fraud. He
was released on May 26.
Monica Doxey, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 25 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for grand
theft.
Joshua Elliott, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 25 by CCSO deputies for
grand theft, dealing in stolen
property and providing false
information to a lawn dealer.
Michael Daniel Elliott, 21,
of Lawtey was arrested May
28 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
He was released on May 28.
Theresa Ann Fugatt, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested May 23
by BCSO deputies for using
another person's ID without
their knowledge. Bond was set
at $5,000 and she was released
on bond May25.
Charles Arthur Futch III, 26,
of Brooker was arrested May
29 by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) deputies for
grand theft auto. Bond was set
at $10,000,and he remained in
the Bradford County Jail as of
press time.
Daniel Garelick, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested May 23
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for domestic battery.
Garl Gates, 48, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 24
by CCSO deputies for failure
to report a change of residence
as required by law.
S Alfred Lynell George,.5., of
SJacksonville was arrested May
27 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Virginia Gillen, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 27 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for passing a
worthless check.
Hesley Griffis, 18, of Starke
was arrested May 24 by CCSO
deputies for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription, possession of less
than 20 grams of m'airjuana
and possession of narcotic
equipment.
Aaron Charles .Gunter, 32,
of Starke was arrested May 29
by BCSO deputies for
aggravated battery on a
pregnant victim. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he was released


$2500


on bond May 30.
Dennis J. Harrington, 57, of
Waterbury, Conn., was
arrested May 26 by BCSO
deputies for driving with a
license that was expired more
than four months. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
on May 26.
Clarence Hemmings, 53, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
28 by driving while license is
suspended or revoked. He was
released on May 28.
Kristy Lynn Hubjler, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by BCSO deputies for
DUI. Bond was set at $1,000
and she was released on bond
May 29.
Shannon Arnold Jenkins, 31,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 24 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. She
was released on May 24.
William Earl Kapellan, 23,
of Starke was arrested May 29
by BCSO deputies for felony
domestic battery and cruelty to
children (because a child was
present). Bond was set at
$7,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Shaun David Koonce, 28,
was arrested May 25 by BCSO
deputies for felony domestic
battery. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 26.
Walter Gage Leukel, 20, of
Starke was arrested May 28 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while 'license is suspended or
revoked. He was released on
May 28,
Sylvester Lott, 55, of Starke
was arrested May 29 by SPD
officers for disturbing the
peace. Bond was set at $2,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Bryant Steven Malcolm, 33,
of Starke was arrested May 28
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
.set ;,t $5;000 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Casey McRae, 33, of Lake
Butler was arrested May'25 by
UCSO deputies for failure to
:appear in court for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$4,000 and she was released
on bond May 26.
Samuel Monto, 56, of
Lyndhurst, N.J., was arrested
May 28 by Department of
Transportation officers for
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 29.
Antonio Denard Moore, 38,
of Hollywood was ;arrested
May 29 by officers of the
Department of Corrections
inspector general's office for
smuggling a controlled
substance into a prison and
possession of less than 20


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set at $4,000 and he was
released on bond May 30.
Matthew Hunter Mruz, 27,
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possession of narcotic
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Christian Adam Myers, 23,
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Casey Napier, 27, of Starke
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Steven Andrew Nugent, 27,
of Hampton was arrested May
27 by SPD officers for three
counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. He was being held on
no bond and remained in jail as
of press time. ,
Keri Padgett, 20, of Starke
was arrested May 24 by CCSO
deputies for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
Mary Pitts, 27, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 25
by CCSO deputies on warrants
for two counts of failure to
appear in court.
Andre Trendell Robinson,
37, of Tampa was arrested
May 26 by SPD officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond May 27.
Kevin Rohlin, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by CCSO deputies for
two counts of burglary of a
structure, one count of grand
theft and one count of petit
theft.
Telvin Rudolph Sweeting,
19, of Starke was arrested May
29 by SPD officers for
robbeDy,_aggravated battery


and two counts of larceny. He aggravated
was being held on no bond and violation of
remained in jail as of press protection.
time. Steven W
Krystal Lashawn Troutman, Lawtey was
26, of Starke was arrested May by LPD office
25 by SPD officers for two state fugitive
counts of battery. Bond was set was being he
at $2,000 and she was released remained in
on bond May26. time.
Kristopher Wanton, 28, of Willie Jan
Keystone Heights was arrested of Gainesvi
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Johsua Watts, 23, of and he was
Keystone Heights was arrested May 28.
May 24 by CCSO deputies for Kevin Lee
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Donna West, 46, of SPD officer
Keystone Heights was arrested burglary of a
May 23 by CCSO deputies for and dealing i


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an injunction for

'ilkerson, 48, of
arrested May 23
cers as an out-of-
Sfrom justice. He
Id on no bond and
jail as of press

ies Williams, 65,
lie was arrested
3CSO deputies for
was set at $2,000
released on bond

t Wilson, 27, of
arrested May 25 by
rs for unarmed
dwelling, larceny
n stolen property.


Bond was set at $40,000 and
he remained in jail as of pess
time.
Freedom Cheryl Wolf, 36,
of Middleburg was arrested
May 29 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she-was
released on bond May 29.
Johnathan Woodham, 46, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
CCSO deputies for domestic
battery.
Johanna York, 28, of
Brandon was arrested May 29
by SPD officers for driving
with a license that was expired
for more than four months. She
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acre lot. Completely land-
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904-589-9585.
3BR/2BA, DOUBLEWIDE,
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refrigerator, large back
porch, outside storage.
$595/mo., security $500.
105 Campbell'Lane, Mel-
rose. Call .352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
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close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260,
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water softner. $750/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
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NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1 BAsinglewide. After
4pm call 386-496-2599.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959.


4BR/2BA DBLWIDE. on
SR 230E on 1.25 acres.
Fenced back yard. $800/
mo first, last, security de-
posit Call 904-364-7469
or 904-364-7470.
BIG LAKE SANTA FE, Moth-
er-in-law apt. attractive,
furnished, no smoking,1
year lease, $735/mo, in-
cludes utilities and trash
pickup. First, last security
deposit. 352-475-5832.
2BR/1.5BA MH, 7257 An-
dromeda St Keystone.
$595/mo, $500 security.
Credit check required,
service animals only, no
smoking. 352-475-5620.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
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3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
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all utilities included. $650
per month. Call Joan at
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PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
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678-438-2865.
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per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Lake
Geneva area. Call 352-
473-2919.
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mo., first, 'last & security
deposit required. Call
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473-0228.
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shelves, computer desk,
glassware, clothes and
more. 904-302-1009.
HUGE YARD SALE, Thurs.
Fri Sat 9am -5pm. 16
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mile to NW 61st Ave. turn
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medical scrubs, bedding,
linens, school uniforms,
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Raiford. Look for signs.
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variety of clothes, shoes
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Personal
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Help Wanted
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12B Telegraph, Times 6 Monitor B Section Thursday, June 2, 2011



Tigers cap spring with 12-0 victory over Santa Fe in classic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
There \'as a lot at stake in
regard to the 'nion County
spring classic football game
against Santa Fe.
Well. make that a lot at
"steak."
Head coach Ronny Pruitt
promised to buy steak dinners
for the players if the Santa Fe
offense w\as held out of the red
zone. The Tigers did just that,
allowing the Raiders to cross
midfield just twice and giving
up a total of 104 yards in a 12-
0 win on May 26.
',I wife doesn't know
about it yet," Pruitt said of his
promise to buy steak dinners,
ut he added, "They're going
to get their steaks."
Santa Fe, which drove inside
the Union 40 twice, had
trouble mounting much of a
threat against the Union
defense, which made sitl
,tackles behind the line of
scrimmage and held the
Raiders to an average of 2
yards per rushing attempt. The
Tigers forced three turnovers,
with Carl Alexander
recovering two fumbles and
Raymond Randolph recovering


one.
"What we want to do on
defense is have all I1 guys at
the ball." Pruitt said. "The\
%were all around the ball
(against Santa Ft)."
-Union's offense did not
create man\ scoring
opportunities for itself, but did
outgain the Raiders, compiling
206 yards. The bulk of that
came on the ground as Union
quarterbacks attempted only
five passes. Josh Tyson rushed
for 125 yards and txwo
touchdowns on 25 carries. with
Prince Alexander adding 54
yards on seven carries.
Overall, the Tigers rushed
for 199 yards.
The rushing attack did not
get off to a great start, and
things did not look promising
at the start of the Tigers' third
possession of the game.
Daquin Edwards was dropped
for a 3-yard loss, and Tyson
was held to no gain, but
Alexander broke free on a
long, reverse-field run that
would've given the Tigers a
first-and-goal at the 2 if not for
a penalty. Still, after the
penalty was marked off,
Alexander had a 33-yard run


Kendall Wright drags down a Santa Fe running back in
the Tigers' 12-0 win.


and the Tigers a first down at
the Santa Fe 17.
A holding penalty pushed
the Tigers back, but
quarterback Austin Harden
completed a 7-yard pass to
Alexander to convert a third
down and put Union on the 9-
yard line. Tyson eventually
scored on a 4-yard run to put
the Tigers up 6-0 with 8:40 to
play in the second quarter.
Union put together a
promising drive the next time
it had the ball, with Tyson
churning out 32 yards on five
carries. It was an I1-yard run
by Alexander that moved the
Tigers past midfield, while a
12-yard run by Tyson gave
them a first down at the Santa
Fe 32. The Raiders forced
Union into a fourth-and-7 play,
but quarterback Dylan Clark
was able to draw Santa Fe
offsides, setting up a fourth-
and-2 play. Clark, though, was
sacked for an 8-yard loss,
forcing the turnover on downs.
Two plays later, the Union
offense was back on the field
when Randolph recovered a
fumble at the Santa Fe 40.
However, only 40 seconds
remained in the half, so the
Tigers were unable to take
advantage of the opportunity.
The Raiders opened the
second half with a 21-yard
pass play that put them at the
Union 49. They eventually
drove to the 35, but a tackle by
Caleb Dukes was the first of
two consecutive tackles behind
the line of scrimmage. Cory
Hauk then held Santa Fe's
Brandon Willis to a I-yard
reception on a third-and-16
play, forcing the Raiders to
punt.
Carl Alexander recovered a
fumble on the Raiders' second
series of the half, giving the
Tigers the balj 35 yards from
the end zone. Runs of 7 and 6
yards by Prince Alexander and
Tyson, respectively, set up first
down at the 22. A 9-yard run
by Tyson converted a third-
and-6 play, giving Union a
first down at the 9. Two plays
later, Tyson scored on a 3-yard
run, making it a 12-0 game six
seconds into the final quarter.
Dukes and Kendall Wright
were in on numerous defensive
plays on the Raiders' next two
possessions, while Carl
Alexander recovered his


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possession that forced a punt.
On the first play of the
Oakleaf's third possession,
James dropped running back
Dion Cheeseborough for a 3-
yard loss.
The Knights, though, would
march down the field on the,
arm of quarterback Brandon
Pillsbury, who completed four
straight passes for 56 yards.
Those plays, plus a 15-yard
penalty, helped put Oakleaf at
the Bradford 18, but an errant
snap was recovered by James
to end the threat.
Oakleaf's next drive was a
three-and-out series that
included defensive back Brian
Blackshear dumping receiver
Cortney Jones for a I-yard loss
on a third-and-4 play. A short
punt gave Bradford a first
down at the Oakleaf 35.
One play was all the
Tornadoes needed to increase
their lead as Deantr6 Burch
caught a pass in stride over the
middle of the field from
Chipoletti for a touchdown
with 5:35 remaining in the first
half. The PAT was no good,
but Bradford led 13-0.
Oakleaf drove past midfield
on the ensuing series before
turning the ball over on
Paulk's first interception..
The Knights got the ball
back after forcing Bradford's
offense to go three-and-out.
LaRobert Mims' 22-yard
reception and a 15-yard
penalty moved Oakleaf to the
Bradford 15. A 12-yard
reception by Mims gave the
Knights first-and-goal at the 3,
but another turnover ended the
threat. Edmond's fumble
recovery allowed Bradford to
go into the half up by 13.
That lead increased less than
three minutes into the second
half when Paulk intercepted a


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Union running
back Justin
Tyson carries
the ball as part
of a ground
game that
gained
approximately
200 yards.
Tyson rushed
for more than
100 yards and
scored twice.


pass and returned it
approximately 30 yards for a
score. Chipoletti's pass to Joel
Prevatt on the two-point
conversion made it a 21-0
game.
Bradford tacked on its last
score with 5:36 to play.
Quarterback RJ. Buxton, who
had a 44-yard touchdown run
nullified by a penalty earlier in
the fourth quarter, hit
Demetrius Martin with a short
pass that Martin turned into a
31-yard touchdown. Smith's
PAT put the Tornadoes up 28-
0.
The Knights, taking
advantage of a Bradford
fumble, got a 32-yard field
goal from Jakob Harding in the
game's final minute.
Bradford finished the game
with 244 yards of offense as


second fumble of the game.
The Raiders had one last
chance to try and get a score,
starting their final possession
at midfield. A 9-yard pass play
and offsides penalty gave them
a first down at the 36. Prince
Alexander brok up a pass
inside the Union 5-yard line,
while Carl Alexander,
Randolph and others ganged
up to hold a third-down
running play to no gain. Santa
Fe eventually turned the ball
over on downs.
It was the conclusion to
what Pruitt termed a successful
spring.
"Effort and attitude have
been what I've asked for all
spring," he said. "I got nothing
but good effort and good
attitude."


the running ,game accounted
for 109 yards. Dexter Clayton,
the workhorse running back
from last season, gained 60
yards on 14 carries, while
Isaiah Jamison had 29 yards on
five carries.
Burch led the receiving
corps with 52 yards on four
receptions.
When it was all said and
done-and penalties aside-
coach Chipoletti got exactly
what he wanted.
"'I wanted to come away
with a 'W' because 1 felt like
we should get one," he said.
"That's not a knock on
(Oakleaf). That's just where
we're at and where they're at
in our programs.
"The big thing, though, is
we came away injury-free."


Dexter.Clayton carries the ball for the Tornadoes. He
was the leading ground-gainer, with the bulk of his
work occurring in the first half.


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