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USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida


Thursday, July 7, 2011


131st Year,-- 49th Issue 75 CENTS


Worth Noting


Gold Head offering
summer camp
programs
The Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection's Gold Head Branch
State Park will offer two weeklong
summer camp programs in July and
August. The programs are sponsored by
the Gold Head Associates Inc. a non-
profit citizen support organization.
The camps are for children who are 6
to 12 years old. The "Fire: What's Cool
and What's Hot?" camp will be held
July 18 through 22 and the "Discover
Nature with a Ranger" camp will be
held Aug. 1 through 5.
The programs include five full day
camps that run 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. A
graduation ceremony will be held the
last day of each camp. Each camp is
limited to 15 students. The cost of the
program is $65 per child and will in-
clude supplies. Children must bring a
sack lunch each day, morning and af-
ternoon snacks will be provided..
Camp topics include fire in Florida's
ecosystems, how to be a firefighter, fire
safety, our place in the galaxy, the Earth,
weather, plants and,animals. Indoor and
outdoor activities.for children include
scavenger hunts, hikes in the park, and
other scientific activities. Theme-based
S crafts will. be done each day.
Parents and guardians must pick up
an application and information packet
from the ranger station at 6239 S.R. 21
north of Keystone Heights. Registration
and payment must be returned in order
to guarantee a spot in each camp. Reg-
istrations can be made Monday through
Thursday from 8 a.m. to sunset. No
registration will be accepted Friday
through Sunday.
For more information,call the park at
352-473-4701.

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Summertime is the
time to give blood
The next time you climb into your car.
in the afternoon and the seats and the.
steering wheel are just slightly cooler
than a fully fired charcoal grill, think of
it as a reminder that it's a good time to
donate blood.
Summer, when school is out and
families hit the road for vacations, is a
time when donors are in short supply,
but the need 'for blood is as strong as
ever. If it's been a while since you do-
nated, there's no better time than now.
. In about the time it would take to
shop for groceries.for a week or knock
out a crossword puzzle a blood donor
can save a life.
There will be a Lake Area blood drive
Saturday, July 9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at Hitchcock's in Keystone Heights.
Donors must be 17 or older,or 16 with
parental consent, weigh a minimum of
110 pounds and be in good health. A
photo ID is also required. Donors get
cookies and a special recognition item.
Roll up your sleeve this summer. Life-
South really needs your help.

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Pop Warner sign-
ups announced
Bradford Pop Warner sign-ups for
football will be held on July 9, 16, 23,
and 30 from 10 a.m.-noon at the fair-
grounds. Cost is $125. Free physical
are being offered for a limited time.
For more information call 904-364-
7185.


Stephens selected as BHS principal


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


During a school
board meeting
early last Thurs-
day morning, it
was confirmed that
longtime district
employee Rick
Stephens is taking
over as principal
at Bradford High
School.
Hampton El-
ementary School


Stephens


teacher Marie Ap-
pling was present June 30 to applaud
the'superintendent's decision to trans-


fer Stephens, saying that as a principal,
Stephens has been a man of integrity
who is dedicated to improving the qual-
ity of education.
"He is not a dictator, but a facilitator,"
Appling said. "I know that the reason
I am a better teacher today than I was
five years ago is not because I had to do
this or that program, but he guided me
to the path of teaching in an environ-
ment with high expectations and where
learning is fun."
Moved to tears, Appling thanked the
board for allowing teachers at Hampton
and Brooker to learn from Stephens and
said he would be sorely missed.
Stephens has been a beloved principal
at Hampton Elementary,and for the last
two years he has headed the schools in


both Hampton and Brooker. For much
of the time he has been there, Hampton
has been an A school.
Stephens is not new to the high school
having spent around a dozen years there
teaching before being promoted to high
school dean. He said he's looking for-
ward to returning the school. Heading
up two elementary schools simultane-
ously was a challenge, he said, and he's
ready for new challenges.' With As-
sistant Principal Chad Farnsworth and
other good people at his side, Stephens
said he is looking forward to making
some improvements. The school has
been moving in a positive direction, he
said, and he wants to continue the mo-
mentum.
See BHS page 6A


Starke Elementary back on top


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


The Bradford School District was
thrilled to have an A school in Starke
,Elementary this year.
Starke Elementary jumped two letter
grades to earn the district's only A. This
marks just the second time the school
has received an A since the state began
issuing school grades.
This wasn't the only good news re-
ceived when the district's annual report
card came out last week. Lawtey Com-
munity School and Bradford Middle
School both increased their grades'from
a C to a B, and Southside Elementary
School and held onto its B for the third
year in a row.
Brooker did not receive a school
grade because of its fewer number of
students, and Bradford High School
will not receive its grade for several
more months.
On the down side, Hampton Elemen-
tary School tumbled back to a C after
reclaiming its A last year. Out of the
last 10 years, this is only the third time


the school has received
less than-an A for its Scho
performance.
Carol Clyatt, director Starke El
of accountability and
special programs for
the district, admitted Soi/thsid
there had been disap--
pointment when FCAT Lawtey C
scores were released
because of the lack of Hampton
growth seen, but school
grades. are based on ooke
more than just aver-
age scores,, and that's
explains why so many Bradford
grades were up this
year. The performance Bradford
of the lowest quartile,
in particular, can push
a school's grade up
or down, depending on how well that
group performs on the FCAT.
Even with Hampton's decline, Clyatt
commended the school for maintain-
ing high standards in reading and math.
Hampton, along with Lawtey Commu-
nity School and Southside Elementary


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School, met 82 percent of the adequate
yearly progress benchmarks. That was
second to only Brooker's 92 percent.
See the chart.on adequate yearly
progress for more on these criteria.

See GRADES page 3A


Southside kids collect for sick kids
Southside Elementary students recently visited the Gainesville division of the Ronald McDonald House
for families of sick children. All school year, students took donations of drink tabs, which are made of
aluminum and can be sold at a recycler. Students delivered their donations, and while at the house,
learned many interesting facts from the house supervisor. The students can't wait to start next year's
campaign! Pictured are Logan Baker, Peyton Welch, Austin Sutton, Tiffany Ritch, Charizma Calloway,
Susie Cooper, Joe Gorden, Maudrey Tenly, Kenedy Elder, William Martin, Keith Little, Taylor Jones,
Montana Erwin, Jenna Thomton;Priscilla Waters, Dalton Baker, Micah Wright and Kris Crews.


Body of boater

recovered in

Little Lake SF


On July 1, at
6:01 p.m., the
Alachua County
Sheriffs Office
(ACSO) received
notification of a
possible drowning
in Northeast Ala-
chda .County on
Little Lake Santa
V-


re. Wilkes
The call was ini-
tially received by the Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO) and was im-
mediately routed to the ACSO and the
Florida Wildlife Commission.
The initial investigation indicates
that one of the passengers voluntarily
jumped from a 25-foot boat while it was
traveling'at speeds to be 30 to 35 miles
per hour. The adult male passenger en-
tered the water and never resurfaced.
In anticipation of the busy holi-
day weekend, FWC was on the water,
which facilitated a rapid response from
two of their boats. The location where
the stibject reportedly entered the wa-
ter was marked for reference. Multiple
ACSO units responded to the nearest
boat ramp. located in Bradford County
offofC.R. 21B
A command post was established at
the boat ramp and a massive search was
.conducted involving dive teams, ma-
rine units from ACSO, BCSO, the Clay
County Sheriffs Office, FWC and the
Jacksonville Sheriffs Office (JSO).
The Gainesville- Alachua County Joint
Aviation Unit's Air 1 also assisted with
a grid search of the surface of the lake.
Fire rescue units responded along
with Bradford County Emergency
.Management to assist with the com-
mand post and logistics.

See BOATER page 6A



UCSO

employee

arrested

BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

In a follow-up to a crash that occurred
on May 3, the.Florida Highway Patrol
arrested former Union County Sher-
iffs Office (UCSO) employee Richard
Shuler, 55, of Lake Butler, on June 28.
He was booked into the Union Coun-
ty Jail and charged with three separate
offenses, including DUI, DUI with
property damage and DUI with serious
bodily injury.
At the time of the crash, Shuler, who
was employed by the UCSO as the
chief of maintenance, was driving one
of the agency's 2008 Ford F150 pickup
trucks. According to the crash report
submitted by FHP Trooper K.M. Boat-
wright Jr., Shuler stated that he began
to cough violently and did not remem-
ber what happened.
Because of injuries sustained during
the crash, blood alcohol levels were
evaluated through a blood test.
Following the incident, UCSO placed
Shuler. on leave without pay pending
an internal investigation. According to
UCSO spokesperson Lt. Lyn Williams,
that investigation eventually led to his
termination.
Shuler was later released from the
Union County Jail on a $25,000 bond.


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2A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, July 7, 2011


Staff introduces gaming to get seniors going

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor ,, .,.


Something special is happen-
ing at Windsor Manor Nursing
Home. The residents are learning
to play again.
That might conjure an image
of two older people matching
wits over a board game, but it's
20il, and the savvy seniors at
Windsor Manor have been intro-
duced to the Nintendo Wii.
Two weeks ago, Windsor's
most formidable players faced
9ff with several community lead-
ers and pretty much kicked butt.
Although Starke Police Capt.
Barry Warren was ultimately
named champ of the little tourna-
ment, Windsor's team more than
held its own against the visiting
competitors in a series of head-
to-head matches.
Two by two, competitors
rolled up to the big flat screen
television-even most visitors
competed from wheelchairs-
strapped on their controllers and
took turns tossing a virtual ball'
down a virtual lane to knock
down as many virtual pins as
they could in the Wii version of
bowling.
.To be fair, the home team
had some practice. A fundraiser
helped purchase the gaming sys-
tem for the nursing home. Wind-
sor Manor's Vivian Chappell
was behind the idea of introduc-
ing Wii games as regular activi-
ties for the residents, and she ral-
lied some local leaders to come
play them.
Normal forms of physical ther-
apy can be repetitive and boring,
so Chappell thought why not get
a Wii and see if that would alle-
viate some of the tedium. It was


Darrell Williford has discovered his own technique for
knocking down pins, and it's made him a champ.


a little slow to catch on, but the
skepticism is evaporating and
many residents showed up to
watch the tournament. Chappell
hopes it inspires even more par-
ticipation, since the games have
been both physically and psycho-
logically therapeutic for those
who have given it a try.
"Once they get in there and
see that they can do this, they do
great," Chappell said.
"Nobody wants to go and ex-
ercise," said Todd Foster, Wind-
sor's activities director, "but
when you make if fun like that


and you have a program like with
the Wii, it makes it more like
playing than exercise."
Resident Peggy Hubler said
they play every chance they get,
and it can get competitive. Refer-
ring to fellow resident Darrell
Williford, she said they alter-
nate between wins. Sometimes
one will get mad over a loss and
won't come back. But the hard
feelings don't last. It's all about
getting back to the game.
Hubler got used to playing Su-
per Mario Brothers with her kids
back when the Super Nihtendo


was the latest and greatest. Un-
like older systems, however, the
Wii employs a different type of
handheld controller that -uses
movement to simulate action on
screen. With controller in hand,
the player presses a button to
align their position, pulls their
arm back, then makes the toss,
releasing.a trigger instead of an
actual ball. The game is sensitive
to the direction the ball is tossed,
how much force is used, and
even how much spin the player
placed on the ball.
But the great thing for seniors
like Williford and others who
have difficulty gripping a con-
troller is that playing is adapt-
able. He has found his o\ n way
of tossing the ball and, often.
boiling a strike. Hubler could
barely) lift her arm when she
started because of a shattered
rotator. No%\ she and Williford
are amion W'indsor's best Wii
champs.
The friendly, competitions
between the \ indsor Manor
folk and the communii\ could
become a regular occurrence.
% which mctans their 1inal shot d'J .\\ n
bet,\cen \\jllilord nd warren n
could be et to come.
That's fine with Warren, \\ho
summed up the feelings of the
competing visitors by saying


they were glad to be able to serve
the people at Windsor Manor and
have a ball doing it.
"We do have citizens here, and
our civic organizations need to
help them," he said.
Joining Warren was Starke
Police Chief Jeff Johnson and
City Clerk Linda Johns, Sher-
iff's Capt. Brad Smith, Bradford
Property Appraiser Jimmy Alva-
rez and Telegraph Editor Mark


Crawford. Other Winsor Manor
players included Robert Smith,
Phillip Hayes and Elmer Tillis.
Chappell said the nursing home
is looking to add additional tele-
visions and gaming systems to
the therapy program, so anyone
who is interested in helping out
should contact Windsor Manor.


Police Capt. Barry Warren and Vivian
the gameplay.


tiVi t


Chappell react to


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Property Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez whips that controller,
sending his virtual ball down a virtual lane.

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Cheerleading 6/18, 6/25, & 7/2 sign ups
10am-12noon Cost $150-$200
Football 6/18, 6/25, & every Saturday in July
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FREE PHYSICAL FOR A LIMITED TIME.
Info to be given out at time of registration
"For more information call 904) 364-71851

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Thursday, July 7, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 3A
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GRADES
Continued from page fA

While the high school's grade
will not be released until later this
yeai since the inclusion of addi-
tional factors now play a role in
the final calculation, Clyatt indi-
cated BHS had a better chance of
receiving a C for 2011. Learning
gains in reading for the lowest
25 percent of students-which
lowered the school's grade last
year-were much improved this
year.
Overall, adequate yearly prog-
ress was down at the high school,
however, with only 58 percent of
AYP goals met compared with
82 percent last year.
Districtwide, Bradford re-
ceived another C, the same grade
it has received since 2004. Sixty
percent of the district's students
met high standards in reading,
65 percent'met high standards in
math, 77 percent met high stan-
dards in writing, and 42 percent
met high standards in science.
Fifty-five percent made reading
gains, and 61 percent made gains
in math. Of the lowest quartile of
students, 65 percent made read-
ing gains and 62 percent made
math gains.
Starke, Southside, Lawtey,
Hampton, BMS and BHS each
saw 50 percent or more of their
lowest quartile making learning
gains in reading and math. Noie.


of Bradford's schools actually
made adequately yearly progress
by meeting all of the achievement
standards set forth, however.
According to the state, AYP
requirements target, the perfor-
mance and participation of vari-
ous student subgroups on state-
wide assessments based on race
or ethnicity,'socioeconomic sta-
tus, disability, and English profi-
ciency.
Areas for additional improve-
ment include:
At Bradford High, students.
with disabilities did not improve
their writing performance by at
least 1 percent, and the same was
true of students with disabilities
at the middle school and students
overall at Hampton Elementary.
The only groups achieving
"reading proficiency"- mean-
ing at least 79 percent scored
at or above grade level-were
economically, disadvantaged
students at Southside and white
students at Lawtey Community
School.
The only students achieving
"math proficiency"-meaning
at least 80 percent scored at or
above grade level--were black
and economically disadvantaged
students at Southside, and white
students at Brooker Elementary.
According to the state results,
only 325 of 3,063 schools made
AYP this year.
Of the schools in the state re-
ceiving grades so far:


Adequate Yearly Progress Goals, 2010-2011


High
Standards
in Reading


Starke Elementary


High High High
Standards Standards Standards
in Math in Writing in Science


Learning
Gains in
Reading


Learning
Gains in
Math


Lowest
25%
Making
Gains in
Reading


Lowest
25%
Making
Gains in
Math


68 77 86 34 51 57 30 60


Percent of
AYp Goals
Met


2011 75 81 88 36, 65 57 67 667 72
Southslde Elementary
2010 74 73 87 63 60 59 54 54- 74
2011 72 73 81 47 57 62' 67 59 82
-
Lawtey Community
2010 76 70 77 36 56 67 40 60 79
2011 76 62 96 31 69 48 70 53 .82-
Hampton Elementary
2010 73 70 85 67 68 80 68 83 92
'2011 75 67 43 38 67 57 67 60 82
Brooker Elementary
2010 92
2011 92
Bradford Middle
2010 64 56 82 38 62 60 66 57 74
2011 58 57 83 43 56 61 72 67 74
Bradford High
2010 40 65 83 42 46 70 36. 55 82
2011 36 64 66 44 44 72 50 52 -59


1,481 earned an A (58 per-
cent), an increase of 82 schools
compared to last year. .
S458 earned a 1 (18 percent),
a decrease of 33'schools com-
pared to last year.
460 earned a C (18 percent),
a decrease of 35 schools com-
pared to last year.
117 earned a D (5 percent),
an increase of 16 schools com-
pared to last year.
31 earned an F (1 percent), a
decrease of 13 schools compared
to last year.


SThe Florida School Recogni-
tion Program rewards schools
that have sustained high student
performance or deinonstrated
substantial improvement in stu-
dent performance. Schools that
receive an A or improve at least
one performance grade from the
previous year are eligible to earn
an additional $70 per student.
, In other business:
Clyatt accounted some chang-
es to which grades would be tak-
ing assessments via computer in
the coming year. Sixth-graders


(instead of seventh-graders) will
take a computerized FCAT read-
ing test, and 10th-graders will do
the same. The algebra end-of-
course is already given on com-
puter.
Clyatt said the number of.com-
puter-based tests would continue
to double annually.

New school
times approved
The school .board approved
new school times for the 2011-


12 school year. At the element'
tary level, the st.tdent school day
will begin at 7:40 a.m., and stu-
dents will go home at 2:10 p.m.
The one exception is Lawtey
Community School where class'
will begin at 7:35 a.m. and end at
2:05 p.m. This is slightly earlier
than last year's schedule.
At the middle and high schools,
the student day will begin at 9;10
a.m. arid end at 3:10 p.m. This is
slightly later than the times ap-
proved last year at the secondary
level.


Concerned citizens sit down with sheriff and chief


SBY MARK J. CRAWFORD facilities and opportunities for
Telegraph Editqr youth like a community swim-
Sming pool and swim program.
Sheriff Gordon Smith and Morning Star Lodge has and,will
Stake Police Chief Jeff Johnson continue raising funds toward
recently met with representatives that and similar goals, and Sims
of the local NAACP, Concerned agreed that the community needs
Citizens of Bradford County and somewhere for kids to go to have
Morning Star Lodge No. 26 to something to do.
discuss issues of crime and de- "We have quite a few on the
linquency and how to address corner," she said, describing ex-
them. periences fighting delinquency
"They are at the point where in her own neighborhood. She
we need to hear from the chief pledged the NAACP's support
and the sheriff how we can better and said they would also be call-
cope and deal with what's going ing up on law enforcement to
on," resident Esther Kelly sai&.' step up. ....:.::.:
Kelly !talked about frequent "As-head of the cit3's recre-
outbreaks of violence, including ation department, Alica McMil-
four separate fights at a recent lian said she knows these kids.
event at the fairgrounds. Noone and has more nieces and neph-
went to jail, she said. Instead, she ews than she can count. She said
said she's seen kids and other she never descends to their level,
cursing and being rebellious to- however, and always expects.
ward officers. It sends the wrong them to meet higher standards.
signal to kids and the community The youth have lost respect for
when they can get away with .their elders and teachers as well
such behavior. churches, and it didn't happen
Sometimes -law enforcement overnight, she said.
is seen to be unresponsive, Kel- McMillian said kids need to be
ly said, as when an unbalanced running from fights, not toward
man had to be rounded up in the them, and if the police depart-
woods by citizens because they ment would take the perpetrators
were told law enforcement's "downtown" more kids would
hands were tied. decide they don't want to take'
Elaine Haile said youth get that ride.
away with too much including Everyone needs to be on the
outright disrespect toward law same. sheet of paper when it
enforcement officers. .. comes to upholding standards for
"I think when they ,get out, young people, she said.
of order, they should. be taken
down," she said. They would ....
know there are consequences if
they or someone they knew was
taken to jail, she added. B
All present wanted'to see more
active law enforcement. They I
asked for officers to wield some
authority and expressed disap-' Mike's
pointment at having seen of- Handyman Services
ficers show up and pal around- Cr try
with troublemakers, 'offering 'Carpentry
high-fives instead of firm warn-. Painting
ings when the peace is being dis- Plumbing I.
turbed. Electrical
"You have to carry yourself .Mobile Home
where you demand respect," Mole me
said NAACP President Debo- Repair
rah Walker Sims. She said there And Much More!
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Several representatives from
Morning Star Lodge were in at-
tendance and said they. want to
help anywhere they can in Starke
and Bradford County. Timothy
Taylor said he knows how easy it
is for kids to get caught up in the
wrong thing.
"Times are hard and I feel like
all should just work together,"
Taylor said, adding that it's not
just about the black community
or about Starke.
"Let's not leave anyone out
Let's do this thing for Bradford
County, every child, I don't care
what color you' are. ... I don't
want to focus on one community
because all communities' need
help."
He said he envisioned better


But she and Sheriff Smith
agreed they're not all lost.
Smith said he's visited com-
munities where there is more for
kids to get involved with, and of-
ten the same problems still exist.
It all goes back to parenting, he
said, but a generation of parents
has been lost to the streets. Even
still, there are more good kids'
than there will ever be bad ones,'
he said.
"It's hard to see the flowers for
the weeds," said Smith.
What law enforcement needs,
he added .is support. When a
group is. out of order bickering
and fighting, he said his officers
are under orders to arrest all of the
troublemakers, but a lot of times
when parents do get involved, it
is to make excuses for their chil-
dren and object to something an


officer said or did..
The sheriff said he doesn't pay
officers to fight, he pays them to
break up fights, and sometimes
that involves speaking in a less
than diplomatic manner. Polite-
ness doesn't, usually work in sit-
uations were everyone is yelling
and trying to be heard, but when
officers have the people's atten-
tion, they return to their.profes-
sional demeanors, he said.
Some parents need. to realize
that if their kids were where they
should have been, they wouldn't
have gotten in trouble, but some
parents are more concerned with


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child than the fact that their child
had dope in their pocket, Smith
said.
The community needs to work
with law enforcement and for law
enforcement, the sheriff said, ac-
kn6wledging the need to recruit
a more racially diverse police
force. Johnson referred to turn-
over in the police department,
and said it takes time for new
recruits to become seasoned.: By
the time they do, they are often


gone.
Smith agreed that there should
be no slaps on the wrist, that con-
sequences should be stiff from
the beginning. Overall, Smith
said drug arrests are up and crime
is down-an achievement in
such difficult times-and the lo-
cal agencies are working togeth-
er better than ever, That hasn't
always been the case in the past,
Johnson said.
Smith and Johnson, pledged
to be responsive and asked to


meet more regularly to hear and
respond to concerns in the com-
munity. Each gave his personal
phone number to those present
and encouraged the group to con-.
tact them at any time.
Kelly said: f~e group was
equally interested in meeting
with the school district and city
and county' government about-
issues that are of importance io.
kids and the community.


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Burglar
walks though
open door
Marcus Kevin Bradley, 55,
was sentenced to two years pro-
bation after pleading no contest
to grand theft.
According to court papers,
Bradley was pulled over by
Starke police because his van
matched the description of a ve-
hicle identified in retail thefts.
Police found several items in the
vehicle, including a musical key-
board, flute, clothing, and a box
of DVDs. Bradley told an officer
the merchandise was stolen by
Earl Wayne Murray.
Murray told police he saw
the front door of a Colley Road
residence wide open, and need-
ing money to buy drugs, walked
though the open entryway and
carried the loot to a wooded area
near the residence. He then en-
listed the help of Bradley to load
the items into a van. Murray said
he later traded some of the items
for drugs.

Voyeur arraigned
on lesser


Drug task force
nabs pill peddler
Tamara Lee Burgess, 19, was
sentenced to four years drug of-
fender probation after pleading
no contest to being a principal
in: the sale of a controlled sub-
stance.
According to court papers, on
Aug. 18, 2010, Burgess set up a
buy of Roxiecodone and Oxy-
contin pills in the parking lot of
Starke's Walmart. Agents of the
local drug task force monitored
the transaction and arrested Bur-
gess and her co-defendant soon
after the deal consummated.

Man spits on
deputy, hurls
knife at car
David Brandon Frost was
sentenced to two years with the
Department of Corrections after
pleading no contest to resisting
an officer with violence, throw-
ing a deadly missile into a motor
vehicle, and criminal mischief.
According to a sheriff's office
report, on May 7, two friends of
Frost returned to his house after
dropping off Frost's girlfriend at


charges a store. The vehicle's driver sy
SrgFrost came out of the house ye
Doyce Dean Griffis was ar- ing, then threw an open pock
raigned on four counts of posses- knife at the passenger side wi
sion of child pornography and 20 dow;causing the window to sh;
counts of voyeurism by the State ter. The knife struck the passe
Attorney's Office.
Attorneys Office. ger on the arm, causing a sm
Sheriff's deputies arrested the cut.
47'-year-old tanning bed owner in The driver called the sheriff
April after discovering he made office. After interviewing t
videos of his customers while two victims, deputy Trent Pa
they undressed and used his drove to Frost's home at 54
home-based tanning bed busi- S.E. S.R. 100 and placed the m
ness. Each count of child pornog- in handcuffs. Page wrpte -t
raphy carries a maximum sen- Frost hurled-obscenities at hir
tenice of five years. Each count swung his bows at the lawm
of voyeurism carries a maximum and struggled to pull away frc
sentence of one year. the deputy. Page added that Fr<
But prosecutors did not arraign spatii his face.
.Griffis orithe most serious change .-..- -;':,- ..
the sheriff's office accused 'hiim .- . .-i
of: promoting the photograph or Bicyclist swipes
movie of a child's sex perfor- candy, tries
mance, a second-degree felony
with a maximum prison term of to conceal
15 years. That accusation was
based on the claim that the tan- crack pipe
ning bed owner made copies of Gregory Chandler, 48, ,w
some of the videos he produced. sentenced to 90 days in jail af
The State Attorney's Office pleading no contest to resisting
also did not charge Griffis with law enforcement officer with
another crime the Sheriff's office violence and felony petit theft.
accused him of: making, printing According to a police repc
or publishing computer pornog- on May 20, just before 8 p.r
raphy. However, prosecutors did Chahdler shoplifted a box
tack on the four counts of posses- Sour Skittles candy from the
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and left the scerfe on a bicycle.
Starke police caught Chandler
not far from the scene and while
police searched the man, he tried
to conceal a crack cocaine pipe
from police.

Defendant to
deputy: "Don't
tell my wife"
Noah Caleb Goodwin, 29, yas
sentenced to 30 days in jail af-
ter pleading no contest to felony
driving while driver license sus-
pended or revoked, habitual of-
fender, and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
According to court papers, on
Feb. 19, Deputy Tommy Sapp
pulled over Goodwin near Mel-
rose for a traffic violation. Good-
win admitted to Sapp that his
driver license was suspended and
a computer check revealed that
he was a habitual traffic offend-
er. Sapp then asked Goodwin if
he could search the driver for il-
legal contraband and weapons.
Goodwin responded "yeah" and
handed the deputy a Newport
cigarette pack.
Inside the pack, Sapp found a
glass pipe and metal pipe, com-
monly used to smoke crack co-
caine. After Sapp found the para-
phernalia, Goodwin said to the
deputy,"Don't tell my wife I had
those."

Walmart cashier
under-rings
merchandise
Kansas Lashae Ellison, 28,
was sentenced to 18 months pro-
bation and ordered to pay restitu-
tion to Walmart after pleading no
contest to grand theft.
According to a police report,
Ellison, while cashiering for the
retailer, under-rang merchan-
dise between Dec. 9 and 20,
2010. Store surveillance cameras
showed Ellison voiding some
merchandise then putting it into
customer bags, and putting other
items into customer bags without
scanning them.
According to a Walmart loss
prevention officer, the store lost
approximately :$-1,200 through
Ellison's actions.

Rewards
card snares
identity thief
Stacey Lashandra Rpberts, 32,
was sentenced to six months in.
jail, and one year probation, af-
ter pleading no contest to use or
possession of another's identifi-
cation without consent and to pe-
tit theft. She was also ordered to
pay $105.86 in restitution.
According to a sheriff's office
report, on Nov. 8, 2010, a Law-
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Mueller that she lost her purse in sentenced to six months proba-
the parking lot of Starke's Winn tion after pleading no contest to
Dixie on the sixth. She then dis- grand theft of a motor vehicle.
covered fraudulent purchases According to a Starke police
made on her Florida Credit Union report, on May 15; 2010, a cus-
debit card at Murphy's Oil, Dol- tomer of Starke's Econo Lodge
lar General, K.S. Fashions in reported that his 2004 GMC.Si-
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debit card to purchase a pair of database.
shoes for $32.09 at Bealls Outlet, Around five hours later,
also used her own Bealls loyalty Hillsborough County Sheriff
card in the transaction to earn deputies contacted police and
points for future purchases at the reported they had located the
store. The loyalty card had been truck and arrested its two oc-
issued to Roberts, and the detec- cupants: Crozer and 20-year-old
tive also obtained store video:of-nJesse Michael DeRobhef Soon
-the 32-year-old, accompanied by thereafter, Econo Lodge man-
her brother, purchasing the foot- agement called police back to
wear. the motel to report drug acti\ it.
Roberts told Mueller that her Officers found one of the rooms
sibling found the purse in the in disarray, with prescription
Winn Dixie parking lot. and the drugs strewn throughout the
two made -the.fraudulent pur- bathroom floor. They also found
chases together. She admitted to _hri
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the Beal-is Outlet sales receipt..
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St. Matthews Independence
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p.m. and Sunday services at 11
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Thursday, July 7, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph SA


SAny person claiming an interest in Summary Judgment For Foreclosure
AGSL T the surplus from the sale, if any, other entered in the above-captioned
S LELS than the property owner as of the date action, I will sell the property situated
of the Us Pendens must file a claim in Bradford County, Florida, described
within sixty (60) days after the sale. as follows, to wit:,
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of EXHIBIT "A"
this Court on June 20, 2011. A PARCEL OF LAND SITUATED IN
Ray Norman THE SOUTH ONE HALF OF THE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Clerk of thfCircuit Court NORTHEAST ONE QUARTER OF
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL By: Lsa Brannon SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
i BOARD Deputy Clerk RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFORD
The Bradford County School Board Florida Default Law Group, P.L COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
will hold a Public Hearing on July PO Box 25018 -BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
11, 2011 at 6:00 P.M. to present Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
changes to the 2011-2012 Student If you are a person with a disability COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE
Code of Conduct and the 2011- Who needs any accommodation in MONUMENT AT THE SOUTHEAST
2012 Student Progression Plan and order to participate in this proceeding, CORNER OF SAID NE 1/ AND RUN
Changes to School Board Pblicy you are entitled, at no cost to you, to S 89 DEGREES 39 MINUTES 07
#6.15 Educational Paraprofessionals the provision of certain assistance. SECONDS W., ALONG THE SOUTH
and Aids section (I.B#3) in the policy Please contact the Clerk of Court, LINE OF SAID NE 1/ A DISTANCE
Immediately following the Public Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, OF 1429.18 FEET TO AN IRON
Hearing there will be a Regular Board FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working PIPE; THENCE RUN N 14 DEGREES
Meeting to approve these items days of your receipt of this notice; if 18 MINUTES 20 SECONDS E.,
presented during the Public Hearing. you are hearing or voice impaired, ALONG THE CENTER-LINE OF
6/9,5tchg 7/7-BCT call 1-800-955-8771. A 60 FOOT' EASEMENT FOR
6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT UTILITIES AND GENERAL ROAD
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE PURPOSES, 945.71 FEET; THENCE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH RUN N 82 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 40 SECONDS W., ALONG SAID
FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA CENTER-LINE 645.00 FEET;
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO.:04-2011-CA-117 THENCE RUN N 87 DEGREES 58
CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA-000577 COMMUNITY STATE BANK, MINUTES 17 SECONDS W., ALONG
DIVISION: Plaintiff, SAID CENTER-LINE 204.82 FEET
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA vs. TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TERESA H. JOHNS and THENCECONTINUEN87DEGREES
TO WELLS FARGO HOME 'CURTIS G. LEE, 58 MINUTES 17 SECONDS W,,
MORTGAGE, INC., Defendants. ALONG SAID CENTER-LINE 150.12
Plaintiff, NOTICE OF SALE FEET; THENCE RUNS 00 DEGREES
vs. 'NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a 17 MINUTES 40 SECONDS E.,
STEVEN L. JONES, et al, Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated 482.37 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE;
Defendantss. June 21, 2011 in the above-styled THENCE RUN S 89 DEGREES 57
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE 'cause, I will sell to the highest and MINUTES 17 SECONDS E 150.00
SALE best bidder for cash at the front door FEET TO AN IRON PIPE; THENCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the Bradford County Courthouse, RUN N 00 DEGREES 17 MINUTES
pursuant to a Final Judgment of Starke, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on 40 SECONDS W., 477.17 FEET TO
Mortgage Foreclosure dated June, Thursday, July21, 2011, the following THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
15, 2011 and entered in Case No. 04- described real property located in SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT
2010-CA-000577 of the Circuit Court Bradford County, Florida, to-wit: FOR UTILITIES AND GENERAL
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in Lots 1 and 2 Block 2, Corllotta Unit ROAD PURPOSES ACROSS THE
and for BRADFORD County, Florida #1, as described in Plat Book 3, Page NORTHERLY 30 FEET THEREOF.
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK, NA 14, public records of Bradford County, TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO Florida. 1999 56X24, JAGUAR MOBILE
WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE, Any person claiming an interest in HOME, SERIAL NUMBER
INC. is the Plaintiff and STEVEN L. the surplus from the sale, if any, other GMHGA4129923410AB.
JONES; KAREN A. JONES; TENANT than the property owner as of the date at public sale, to the highest and best
#1 N/K/A STEPHEN -POPPY are of the Lis Pendens must file a claim bidder, for cash inside the lobby of
the' Defendants, The Clerk of the within 60 days after the sale. the Bradford County Courthouse, 945
Court will sell to the highest and Dated this 22"n day of June, 2011. North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
best bidder for cash at FRONT HALL RAY NORMAN 32091, at 11:00 a.m. (EST), on the
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY Clerk of the Circuit Court 21' dayof July, 2011.
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH By: Lsa Brannon If you are a subordinate lien holder
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, Deputy Clerk claiming a right to funds remaining
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on the 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT after the sale, you must file a claim
21" day of July, 2011, the following with the Clerk of Court no later than
described property as set forth in said NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION 60 days after the sale. If you fail to file
Final Judgment: Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold a claim, you will not be entitled to any
A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING a Public Auction on Friday, July 8m, remaining funds.
1.00 ACRE, AND LYING IN THE 2011 at 1000 a.m. at 2117 N. Temple Notice to Persons With Disabilities: If
NORTHEAST 1/ OF SOUTHEAST Avenue, Starke, FL on the following you are a person with a disability who
14 OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP storage units containing personal needs any accommodation in order
6 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, items: to participate in this proceeding,..you
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;' #33-belonging to C. Pinckney are entitled, at no cost to you, to-the
SAID -PARCEL BEING MORE #97-belonging to J. Plemmons provision of certain assistance. Please
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS #16-belongingtoR. Cummings contact the Court Administrator's
FOLLOWS: #84-belonging to R. Sellers office not later than seven'days prior
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST #130-belonging to B. Taylor to the proceeding.
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT Dated this 20m day of June, 2011.
1/ OF SOUTHEAST 1 AND RUN RAY NORMAN
SOUTH'00 DEGREES, 03 MINUTES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Clerk of the Circuit Court
AND 22 SECONDS EAST, ALONG OF THE 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN' By: Lisa Brannon
THE .EASTERLY BOUNDARY AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, Deputy Clerk
THEREOF, 546.00 FEET TO A FLORIDA 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT; CIVIL DIVISION
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES, 18 CASE NO. 04-2009-CA- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
MINUTES AND 35 SECONDS WEST, 000558 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
411.18 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE FLORIDA
FROM POINTOF BEGINNINGTHUS FOR AMERICAN HOME CASE NO: 04-2010-CA-685
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH MORTGAGE ASSETS TRUST GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
87 DEGREES, 18 MINUTES AND 2007-5 MORTGAGE-BACKED 1400 Turbine Drive, Suite 200,
35 SECONDS WEST, 255.97 FEET PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, Rapid City, SD 57703,
TO A FOUND IRON-PIPE; THENCE SERIES 2007-5 Plaintiff,
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 41 MINUTES Plaintiff, v.
AND 32 SECONDS EAST, 160.21 vs. THOMAS Z. CRAWFORD, and
FEET TO A -FOUND IRON PIPE; RONALD K. BEAMS; CAROLYN THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
THENCE SOUTH 76 DEGREES, 39 SUE BEAMS; UNKNOWN THOMAS Z. CRAWFORD, N/K/A
MINUTES AND 46 SECONDS WEST, PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF GWENDOLYN CRAWFORD,
400.00 FEET TO A CONCRETE' THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; Defendants.
MONUMENT FOUND ON THE Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE.
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE RE.NQTICE OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY ROAD FORECLOSURE SALE pursuant to Plaintiff's Final Summary
16 (FORMERLY STATE ROAD 16); NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Judgment For Foreclosure entered
THENCE SOUTH 35 DEGREES 05 pursuant to an Order Rescheduling in the above-captioned action, I will
MINUTES AND 10 SECONDS EAST, foreclosure Sale Filed June 20,2011, sell the property situated in Bradford
ALONG LOST SAID EASTERLY and entered in Case No. 04-2009-CA- County, Florida, described as follows,
BOUNDARY, 29.60 FEET TO A: 000558, of the Circuit Court of the 8" to wit:
FOUND IRON PIPE THENCE Judicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD EXHIBIT "A"
NORTH 75 DEGREES, 33 MINUTES County, Florida. DEUTSCHE BANK A parcel of land lying in the SE 1/ of
AND 07 SECONDS EAST, 435.60 NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY AS SE % of Section 7, Township 6 South,
FEET TO A FOUND IRON PIPE; TRUSTEE FOR AMERICAN HOME Range 22.East, Bradford County,
THENCE NORTH 79 DEGREES, 10 MORTGAGE ASSETS ..TRUST Florida said parcel being more
MINUTES AND 52 SECONDS EAST, 2007-5 MORTGAGE-BACKED particularly described as follows:
144.39 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD; PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, Commence at a concrete monument
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 03 SERIES 2007-5 is Plaintiff and found at the Southeast corner of said
MINUTES AND 22 SECONDSWEST RONALD K. BEAMS;CAROLYN SUE Section 7, as per plat of Connerly
PARALLEL WITH THE EASTERLY BEAMS; UNKNOWN PERS.ON(S) IN Estates as recorded in Plat Book 3,
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT Page 37 of the public records of said
'/4 OF SOUTHEAST %, A DISTANCE PROPERTY; are defendants. I will county, and run North 01 degree 03
OF 139.43 FEET TO THE POINT OF sell to the highest and best bidder minutes 22 seconds East, 584.48
BEGINNING. for cash IN THE LOBBY OF THE feet to a set iron rod for the Point of
ABOVEDESCRIBEDPARCELBEING COURTHOUSE, at 945 NORTH Beginning. From Point of Beginning
SUBJECT TO AN EASEMENT FOR TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE in thus described run North 88 degrees
INGRESS, EGRESS AND UTILITIES BRADFORD County, FLORIDA, at 56 minutes 38 seconds West, 208:71
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 11:00 a.m., on the 21" day of July, feet to a set iron rod; thence North 01
SA PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING 2011; thefollowing described property degree 03 minutes 22 seconds East,
0.31 OF AN ACRE, AND LYING as set forth in said Final Judgment, to 208.71 feet to a set iron rod; thence
IN THE NORTHEAST' OF THE 'wit: South 88 degrees 56 minutes 38
SOUTHEAST OF SECTION 6, LOT 37, NEW HAMPTON BEACH,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
22. EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY, THEREOF AS RECORDED IN.
FLORIDA: SAID PARCEL BEING PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE 21, OF THE
MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBED PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
AS FOLLOWS: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST -A person claiming an interest in the .
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST 'surplus from the sale, if any, other
OF SOUTHEAST % AND RUN than the property owner as of the
SOUTH 00 DEGREES,.03 MINUTES date of the lis pendens must file a
AND 22 SECONDS EAST, ALONG claim within 60 days after the sale. .
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY Dated this 21" day of June, 2011.
THEREOF, 546.00 FEET TO A RAY NORMAN
FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT; As Clerk of said Court
THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES;,18 By: Lisa Brannon
MINUTESAND 35 SECONDS WEST, As Deputy Clerk The chui
411.18 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD; Kahane & Associates, P.A.
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 03 8201 Peters Road, Ste 3000 from a!l ofus at
MINUTES ANb 22 SECONDS EAST Plantation, FL 33324
PARALLEL WITH THE EASTERLY In accordance with the Americans WESTERN STEER
BOUNDARY OF SAID NORTHEAST with Disabilities Act, if you are a FAMILY
OF SOUTHEAST %, A DISTANCE person with a disability who needs any
OF 113.34 FEETTOASET IRON ROD accommodation in order to participate STEAKHOUSE
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING in this proceeding, you are entitled, at ,
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING THUS no cost to you, to provisions of certain US301 S., Starke
DESCRIBED CONTINUE SOUTH 00 assistance. Please contact the Court 964-8061
DEGREES 03 MINUTES AND 22 Administrator at 945 North Temple -
SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL WITH Avenue, Rm. 137, Starke, FL 32091,
LOST SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY Phone No. (904) 966-6280 within 2 Communit,
26.09 FEET TO A SET IRON ROD; working days of your receipt of this
THENCE SOUTH 79 DEGREES notice or pleadfsl; if you are hearing State Bank
10 MINUTES AND 52 SECONDS impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
WEST, 144.39 FEET TO A FOUND if you are voice impaired, call 1-800- Your, m-Owre-w dlndepdeiidtBa
IRON PIPE; THENCE SOUTH 75 955-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay Starke 964-7830
DEGREES 33 MINUTES AND 07 Services). 9647830
SECONDS WEST 435.60 FEET TO 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT Lake Butler 496-3333
AN. IRON PIPE FOUND ON THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE After Church on
RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY ROAD EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Sunday Come to
16 (FORMERLY) STATE ROAD 16): AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 1 L


THENCE NORTH 35 DEGREES 05, FLORIDA POWll'S Dair Freeze
MINUTES AND 10SECONDS.WEST, CASE NO: 04-10-CA-497 Home of the Foot Long Steak
ALONG LAST SAID EASTERLY GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC, Home f the FootLong Steak
BOUNDARY 29.60 FEET. TO A 1400 Turbine Drive, Suite 200, Stop by for Ice Cream on
'FOUND CONCRETE MONUMENT; Rapid City, SD 57703, Wednesday Night!
THENCE NORTH 76 DEGREES 39 Plaintiff, US 31 NORTH STARK FL
MINUTES AND 46 SECONDS EAST v.
596.73 FEET TO THE POINT OF RICHARD B. SPLIT A/K/A c
BEGINNING. RICHARD BERNARD SPLIT,
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN JR., THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE Bank
MOBILE HOME LOCATED OF RICHARD B. SPLIT 'AIKA
THEREON AS A FIXTURE AND RICHARD BERNARD SPLIT, JR, 350 N Temple Ave.
APPURTENANCE THERETO: N/K/A CHRISTINE SPLITT, and Starke, FL 32091
1982 TWIN VIN#T36412190A & FLORIDA CREDIT UNION, (o4)
T36412190B Detendants. 964-7050 s96f
A/K/A RT 5 BOX 1024 A,.STARKE, AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE190
FL 32091 NOTICE IS HERESY. GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiffs Amended Final


seconds East, 208.71 feet to a set Starke, Florida 32091 Starke.
iron rod; thence South 01' degree 03 Any person claiming an interest in Section 6. Qualifications of
minutes 22 seconds West, 208.71 the surplus from the sale, if any, other Applicants.
feet to the Point of Beginning, than the property owner as of the date Each applicant shall have the
Above described parcel being of the lis pendens must file a claim experience and capability to perform
conveyed with a 25.00 foot easement within 60 days after the sale. all aspects of the requirements and
for ingress and egress described as DATED this 21" day of June, 2011. work in the contract. Each applicant
follows: Commence at the Northeast LAW OFFICES OF DANIEL S. shall demonstrate experience in this
corner of above described parcel for MANDEL, P.A. type and scale of work and provide
the Point of Beginning and run North Attorneys for Plaintiff three references with this Request for
88 degrees 56 minutes 38 seconds 2700 N. Military Trail, Ste. 355 Qualifications.
West, along the Northerly boundary Boca Raton, FL 33431 Section 7. Maintenance of.
thereof, 25.00 feet to a set iron rod; Florida Bar No. 328782 Insurance.
thence North 01 degrees 03 minutes 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT Each bidder shall purchase and
22 seconds East, 491.08 feet to an maintain at minimum all of the
i(on rod set on the Southerly boundary City of Starke, Florida insurance described below during the
of a 25' easement as described in OR Recreation Services term of their agreement with the City
Book 359, Page 309 of said public Request for Qualifications of Starke:
records; thence North 88 degrees 05 Number 2011 001 A. $1 million liability
minutes 32 seconds East, along last Project: Privatization of Recreation Section 8. Exemption from Taxes.
said Southerly boundary, 25.03 feet Department Services The City of Starke is exempt from
to a set iron rod; thence South 01 Owner: City of Starke, Florida Federal Excise Taxes and all sales: -
degree 03 minutes 22 seconds West, 209 North Thompson Street taxes.
492.38 feet to the Point of Beginning. Starke, Florida 32091 Section 9. Time for.
Above described parcel also being Contact: Ricky Thompson, Beginning of Services.
conveyed with a right of ingress Operations Manager The City of Starke expects that the'
and egress over a 25' strip of land City of Starke, Florida selected applicant will begin providing
as recorded in OR Book 359, Page 209 North Thompson Street the service outlined herein October 1,
309 of the public records of Bradford Starke, Florida 32091 2011.
County, Florida, Telephone (904) 964-5027 6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN Section 1. Purpose of
1997 70X14 JAGUAR MOBILE Request Qualifications. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
HOME, SERIAL NUMBER The City Commission desires to SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,.:
GMHGA2299612718. explore the feasibility and cost LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Commonly known as: 5344 NW 185* effectiveness of the privatization Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
Terrace, Starke, Florida 32091, of the City of Starke's Recreation on 07/25/2011, 10:00 a.m. at 18536
THIS PROPERTY IS NOT THE Department and the recreation 'TS Hwy 301 N, STARKE, FL 32091-
HOMESTEAD PROPERTY OF services that the department provides 0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
THE MORTGAGOR WHO IN FACT to the citizens of Starke. of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
RESIDES AT 418 SOUTH COLLEGE Section 2.Work Description for TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC."'
STREET, TWIN CITY, GA. Project. reserves the right to accept or reject
at public sale, to the highest and best Applicants will be required to provide any and/or all bids.
bidder, for cash inside the lobby of the citizens of the City of Starke, 1B4GP54R7TB139824
the Bradford County Courthouse, 945 Florida with the following recreation 1996 DODGE
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida services at the sole discretion of the 1G8ZG5281SZ173411
32091, at 11:00 a.m. (EST), on the 81 Starke City Commission: 1995 SATURN
day of August, 2011. A. Adult Sdftball Summer League July 1G8ZK5578RZ112553
If you are a subordinate lien holder through August (6 weeks). 1994 SATURN
claiming a right to funds remaining B. Babe Ruth Baseball/Softball 3B7HC13Z5TM106505
after the sale, you must file a claim (Spring) March through May (8 1996 DODGE
with the Clerk of Court no later than Weeks). 7/7 tchg-BCT:
60 days after the sale. If you fail to file C. Babe Ruth Baseball/Softball
a claim, you will not be entitled to any (Fall) October through November (6 NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
remaining funds. Weeks) ORDINANCE
Notice to Persons With Disabilities:.lf D. Summer Day Camp Following BY THE CITY COMMISSION
you are a person with a disability who Monday after last day of school (8 OF THE
needs any accommodation in order Weeks) CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA
to participate in this proceeding, you E. After School Club August through NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
are, entitled, at no cost to you, to the May (School Year) the ordinance, which title hereinafter
provision ofcertain assistance. Please Applicants will be required to provide appears, will be considered for.
contact the Court Administrator's these recreation services to the enactment by the City Commission of
office not later than seven days prior City of Starke on an annual basis the City of Starke, Florida, hereinafter
to the proceeding, as determined by the Starke City referred to as the City Commission, .'
RAY NORMAN Commission. at a public hearing on July 19, 2011'
Clerk of the Circuit Court Section 3. Receipt of Qualifications. at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
By: Lisa Brannon Issue Date: June 30, 2011 the matter can be heard, in the City
Deputy Clerk Deadline for Receipt of Bids: July 15, Commission Meeting Room, City.
6/30 2tchg 7/7-BCT 2011, 5:00 P.M. Hall, located at 209 North Thompson'
Applicants should submit one (1) Street, Starke, Florida. Copies of '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE original and five (5) copies of their said ordinance may be inspected by
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN qualifications to City Hall no later than any member of the public at the Office. ,:
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, the date listed above. of the City Clerk, City Hall, located at,.
FLORIDA Qualification documents may be 209 North Thompson Street, Starke,
CASE NO. 04-2011-CA-127 examined at the City Hall between Florida, during regular business -
TD BANK, N.A., as successor by a 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through hours. On the date, time and place;
series of mergers with CNB National Friday. Copies of the documents may first above mentioned, all interested
Bank, be obtained from the City of Starke. parties may appear and be heard with
Plaintiff, Qualifications shall be completed on respect to the ordinance.
vs. the enclosed Qualification Form and ORDINANCE NO. 2011-0665 :
JAMES E. DOUGLAS, and SHANA, otherwise be in compliance with these AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
L. DOUGLAS, a/k/a SHANA LARAE instructions. Sealed qualifications. STARKE, FLORIDA, AMENDING'
DOUGLAS, his wife, et al. wilt be received at City Hall no later THE CITY OF STARKE LAND-:
Defendants. 'than the time listed,above, at which DEVELOPMENT CODE, AS
NOTICE OF SALE time and place all qualification will be AMENDED, PURSUANT TO AN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant opened./Any qualification documents APPLICATION, LDC 11-01, BY THE ,'
to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure received after the specified time and CITY COMMISSION; RELATING TO..
dated June 22, 2011 entered in Civil date will not be considered. AN AMENDMENT TO THE TEXT OF'.
Case No. 04-2011-CA-127 of the Qualifications must be signed by THE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE;
Circuit Court of the 8* Judicial Circuit an authorized representative of the PROVIDING FOR AMENDING'
in and for Bradford County, Florida, vendor in the space provided on SECTION 1-12' ENTITLED
wherein'TD BANK, N.A., is Plaintiff the qualification form. By signing DEFINITIONS, BY DELETING
and JAMES.E. DOUGLAS;Atal., are the qualification form, the applicant CERTAIN'6 DEFINITIONS, BY
Defendant(s). .. acknowledges that he or she has DELETING AND REPLACING IN ITS."
The Clerk will sell to the highest read all conditions, provisions, and ENTIRETY ARTICLE VI, DIVISION..
bidder for cash, at 11:00 a.m. at specifications and submitted. a FIVE, ENTITLED FLOOD HAZARD
theEast front door of the Bradford qualification that the applicant agrees AREAS,TOCOMPLYWITHFEDERAL -
County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple to comply with all conditions set forth EMERGENCY 'MANAGEMENT.:
Avenue, Starke, Florida on the 20" in them. AGENCY REGULATIONS, AND-
day of October," 2011, the following The City of Starke specifically BY DELETING IN ITS ENTIRETY
described property as set forth in said reserves the right to reject any or all -SECTION 3-51 ENTITLED SPECIAL'
Final Judgment to wit: qualifications. .PROVISIONS WHERE VARIANCE.-
A parcel of land lying in the SE 1/ of For further information or clarification, IS" SOUGHT TO REQUIREMENTS
Section 7, Township 7 South, Range contact Ricky Thompson at Starke TO FLOOD DAMAGE PREVENTION"'
22 East, Bradford County, Florida and 'City Hall or at (904) 964-5027. REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING.
being more'particularly described. Section 4. Deviations within .SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL
as follows:. Commence at the NE Qualification Responses. -'ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; AND
corner of said SE 1 and run thenceS., The City of Starke intends to award .PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE
88*43'30" W, a distance of 1560 feet a contract to the applicant that best : The public hearing may be continued
to a point; run S 030'E, a distance meets the qualification specifications; to one' or more future dates. Any
of 572.5 feetto POB. From POB thus however, the City of Starke specifically intere-sted party shall be advised
described, run thence S 0*30' E, a reserves the right to Waive minor that the date, time and place of any
distance of 197.5 feet to a point; run deviations from the specifications, continuation of the public hearing
thence S 88*43'30" W, 107 feet to a -which, in the city's sole and absolute shall be announced during the
point; run thence' NE'ly 198 feet more :judgment, do not materially affect the : public hearing and that no further
or less to a point which is 98 feet projectss). notice concerning the matter will be
West of POB; thence run East 98 feet Section 5. Evaluation of Responses' published.
to POB. and Award bf Contract. All persons are advised that, if they
TOGETHER with right of ingress and The City of Starke reserves the right decide to appeal any decisions made
egress. to reject any or all responses that it at the public hearing, they will need
SUBJECT to Restrictions recorded % believes would not. be in the best a record of the proceedings and,
in O.R. Book 121, Page 636, Public interest of the.Cify of,Starke. A written for such purpose, they may need to
Records of Bradford County, Florida Notice of Awarf shall be sent to the ensure that a verbatim record of the
Together with a 1986 Omni Mobile applicant whose submission meets proceedings is made, which record
Home the requirements and criteria set forth includes the testimony and evidence
Identification Nos. OM9724A :and in this Request for Qualifications and
OM9724B, Title NO. 44741631 is selected'by the City of Starke as
Street address: 5444 SE 1250 Street, in the best interests of the City..of See LEGALS page 6A


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6A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, July 7, 2011


BHS
Continued from page 1A

Just as there are things he will
need to learn about what's going
on at the high school, Stephens
said he would be available to
help acclimate the next princi-
pal at Brooker and Southside as
well.
There will be familiar-faces at
BUS, including those he worked
with in the past, and some of the
students are bound to be children
of students he taught there.
"I'm looking forward to it, it's
going to be fun," he said.


BOATER
Continued from page 1A

More than 65 law enforce-
ment and fire rescue personnel
searched for the next 11 hours
under challenging conditions,
including complete darkness,
heavy fog and zero visibility wa-
ter due to recent rains.
Divers from the various teams
took turns rotating in and out of
the water to combat fatigue and a
steady depletion of available air
tanks.
Just after midnight, JSO's dive
team responded with a submers-
ible with side scan. sonar. Ap-
proximately five hours later, the
sonar detected an object on the
lake bottom in 16 feet of wa-
ter. ACSO divers Sgt. Richard
Rooney, Deputy Barrett Boyette
and Deputy James Ferguson en-
tered the water (and located the
deceased man in the precise 1l-
cation identified by the sonar. At
approximately 5 a.m., the body


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Moving Stephens leaves a va-
cancy at Hampton and Brooker.
Appling challenged the district
to provide them with a facilita-
tor like Stephens who has both
integrity and a sense of humor,
and she promised that if that hap-
pened, the teachers would help
turn that person into a great prin-
cipal.
It was announced June 13 that
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two years as principal there. Uly-
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assistant principal at Bradford
High School, will complete his
final few months of work prior to


was recovered 75 to 100 yards
from the point where the victim
had entered the water.
The deceased was identified
as. 31-year-old William Scott
Wilkes of Green Cove Springs.
Wilkes was the son of William
A. Wilkes, a recently retired cir-
cuit court judge in Clay County.
He was the grandson of Jennings
Murrhee, Clay County sheriff
from 1964-1988. Approximately
75 family members kept an over-
night vigil at the command post.
The medical examiner's office
will conduct an autopsy to assist
investigators. The investigation
is continuing, but authorities said
that the death appears to have
been accidental.
ACSO Sgt. Todd Kelly said it
was reported by witnesses that
Wilkes dived off the moving
boat. They did not see him resur-
face.
More information will be re-
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please contact Bradford County
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Tea party group
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The .Lake Area Tea Party &
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the American Legion Hall locat-
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The public is invited to attend
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retirement at the district office,
leaving another administrative
opening at the high school. The
former head of the career center,
Randy Starling, has moved on to
another job, leaving that position
to be filled as well.
Other than those positions and
the one at Hampton and Brooker,
the district's administrative line-
up remains unchanged for 2011-
12.

Bradford High:
Principal Rick Stephens
Asst. Principal Chad Farns-
worth:
Asst. Principal: TBA


LEGALS
Continued from page 5A

upon which the 'appeal is to be
based.
7/7 itchg-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that on
07/29/2011 at 9:00 a.m. the following
vehicles will be sold at public auction
for monies owed on vehicle repairs
and for storage costs pursuant to
Florida Statutes, Section 713.585. The
lienor's name, address and telephone
number and auction location are:
STARKE TRANSMISSION AND
AUTO REPAIR, LLC., 1460 B SOUTH
WALNUT STREET, STARKE, FL
32091, 904-368-9925. Please note,
parties claiming interest have a
right to a hearing prior to the date of
sale with the Clerk of the Court as
reflected in the notice. The owner has
the right to recover possession of the
vehicle without judicial proceedings
as pursuant to Florida Statute.Section
559.917. Any proceeds recovered
from the sale of the vehicle over the
amount of the lien will be deposited
with the Clerk of the Court for
disposition upon court order.
1 FTRF17LOYNA32697
2000 FORD
1GBEG25K9L7130687
1990 CHEVROLET,
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Career Center:
Director: TBA
Coordinator Christy Reddish

Starke Elementary:
Principal Lynn Melvin
Asst. Principal Brenda Donald-
son

Southside Elementary:
Principal Sandi Tomlinson
Asst. Principal Steve Frandle

Lawtey Community:
Principal David Tew


Rainbow Center:
Coordinator Cindy DeValerio

Asst. Superintendent:
Lisa Prevatt

Technology and Information
Services:
Director Steve Miller

Finance:
Director Julee Tinsler

ESE and Student Services:
Director Barbara Johns


Accountability and
Programs:
Director Carol Clyatt


Human Resources:
Director Randy Whytsell

Food Services:
Supervisor Dotty Rondelli

Facilities, Maintenance and
Transportation:
Supervisor Richard Sapp
Transportation Manager Louette
Smith


Brooker and Hampton:
Principal: TBA


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LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given:
Christopher L. Meeks
Last known address of:
8846 NW 185" St.
Starke, FL 32091
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.
Terry L. Vaughan
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections
PO Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C


Starke, FL 32091
Dated: July 1, 2011


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NOTICE FOR EARLY PUBLIC
REVIEW OF A PROPOSAL TO
SUPPORT ACTIVITY IN THE
100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN AND
.WETLAND
TO: All Interested Agencies, Groups
and Individuals
This is to give notice that the TOWN
OF BROKER COUNCIL has
received funding for aCommunity
Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Neighborhood Revitalization project
from the Florida Department of
Community Affairs. The funding is
provided by the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development
(HUD) and will be used to (Florida
DCA CDBG Contract #11DB-C5-03-
14-02-N05). The project consists of
replacing a total of 10,900 LF of 6"
water main and 1,000 LF of 2" water
main to benefit 136 households
(total Brooker population) of which
84 (67.41%) house residents (151
beneficiaries) with annual incomes
below HUD's Low to Moderate limits.
There. are 24 households (18.33%)
whose incomes are below HUD's
Very Low Income limits with 47
(20.98%) beneficiaries. The project
budget is: Administration, $48,000
- Engineering Services, $89,000 -.
Total Construction Costs, $463,000.
This notice is required by Section
2(a)(4) of Executive Order 11988
for Floodplain Management, and by
Section 2(b) of Executive Order 11990


for the Protection of Wetlands, and is
implemented by HUD Regulations
found at 24 CFR 55.20(b) for the HUD
action that is within and/or affects a
floodplain or wetland.
Construction will be undertaken
in the 100-year floodplain (and/or
wetlands). The Brooker Town Council
is interested in alternatives and public
perceptions of possible adverse
impacts that could result from the
project as well as potential mitigation
measures. Water line replacement
is located within the floodplain area.
This project consists of replacing a
total of 10,900 LF of 6" water main
and 1,000 LF of 2" water main to.
benefit 136 households.
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was mailed to the Regional Office of
the Federal Emergency Management
Agency and the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection. Additional-
information may be obtained by
contacting: Charlene Thomas, Town
Clerk, PO Box 127, Brooker, FL
32622.
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by the Brooker Town Council at
17435 Tetstone Avenue (PO Box
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
As a child visiting Camp
Blanding, camping and skiing
.on Kingsley Lake, Col. R.
Dwayne Jarriel had no idea he
.would one day serve as
Blanding's post commander.
Then again, that young boy
had no idea he would grow up
and pursue a full-time career in
the Florida National Guard.
Jarriel assumed the position
of post commander during ia
change-of-command ceremony
held April 2. Col. Joseph M.
"Mickey" Duren, the previous
commander, is now serving as
the deputy chief of logistics for
the Florida National Guard.
"I've come full circle after
40 years," Jarriel said. "To be
able to be here as a kid .aid
now be able to command such
a valuable resource 'for the
Florida Guard is just
unthinkable. It's just hard to
even imagine that I made it
here."
Jarriel has been no stranger
to Camp Blanding since his
childhood days. He had the
opportunity to command
Blanding's headquarters
detachment unit in 1990, serve
as base engineer after that and
later hold the position of
:deputy training site
mananger-the position he
held prior to. assuming
command from Duren.
S"Obviously, after serving as
the deputy here for the last five
or -six years, there's nothing
that's new to me," Jarriel said.
"You just get a different look
as a commander."
Commanding the facility he
and his family visited as
civilians during his childhood
was something Jarriel never
envisioned. Even though
looking back he said Blanding
obviously had an influence on
him, and even though he took
JROTC all four years of high
'school, joining the National
Guard was not part of his
original plan.
"I worked for my dad,"
Jarriel ,said. "He was in


Col. R. Dwayne
Jarriel is the
new post
commander at
Camp Blanding.
Jarriel
previously
served as
deputy r :
commander ... .
and has held.
other positions
at Blanding.


construction. I grew up around
that influence and' always
thought I wanted to be an
architect, so I really wasn't
looking at the military at the
time."
SJarriel followed a different
career path, though, thanks to
the impatience of youth. He
talked to an architect who told
him how it took him eight to
10 years to go to college and
then become established as an
architect.
"I IVas all about money right
now," Jarriel admitted. "That
wasn't going to get it for me,
having to go to school eight to
10 more years and then not
know whether I was going to
really break into the business
and all that."
Two of the highest-paid jobs
one could get in the St.
Augustine area were-through
Florida East Coast Railway
and the Tlorida National
Guard.
"I wanted to get in the
Guard," Jarriel said, "but I also
knew that when I got in the
Guard, I .wanted to be full-
time. That was my whole
desire for wanting to, do it-
making it afull-time job."
Jarriel joined the Guard in


1982, going through basic
training at Fort Knox, Ky., and
following that up with
advanced individual training at
Fort Ben Harris, Ind. He
started out as a finance
specialist, as the big Guard
units in St. Augustine were
finance units. Jarriel was part
of a finance detachment at the
Mark W. Lance Armory for
three to four years before his
full-time duties took him in
different directions.
However, he stayed in' St.
Augustine, which is still his
home today, transferring to
different units within the city.
In 1988, Jarriel decided to
go through Officer Candidate
School. Since then, he has held
several positions and has
served two deployments
following 9-11.

Through it all, the career that
almost wasn't has turned out to
be a very good one.
"I don't think there was ever
a time where I said I regretted
the decision that I made to be
in the Guard," Jarriel said'.
"I've enjoyed it. It's been a
good career. It's given me a lot
of experience. It's given me
the opportunity to travel a lot


and see a lot of things which I
probably otherwise wouldn't
have.
"It's been very rewarding."
One of those rewarding
moments was the chance to
serve as the commander of the
779'h Engineer Battalion,
which deployed to. Iraq in
2009. He commanded not just
Florida National Guardsmen,
but members of the Indiana
Sand West Viriginia national
guards as well.
A brigade commander once
told Jarriel that the farther one
moves up the command chain
in the military, the more
withdrawn he becomes from,
individual soldiers. Jarriel's
2009 deployment afforded him
the chance to interact with
those individual soldiers.
"Battalion command's
probably the most exciting
time (in the Guard)," Jarriel
said. "You really have the
opportunity to spend, more
time individually with troops
as you move across the
battlefield and see the different
projects that our soldiers are
doing and talk to them to see
the kind of effort they're
making."
That was Jarriel's second


deployment, with the first
occurring in 2005, when he
went to Afghanistan and
basically mentored a garrison
engineer in the Afghan
National Army.
Prior to 9-11, Jarriel said he
and other members of the
Guard never gave much
thought to actually having to
deploy, during a time of
conflict..
"When you enlist as a young
kid, espeically in the National
Guard or reservists, I don't
think you really think (about
that) because it's been so long
since the Vietnam War,"
Jarriel said. "I think a lot of us
did not believe that we would
ever be in such a state of
conflict, that we would be
returning to war."
That in no way, meant they
weren't ready to do what they
had to do.
"I think we all-I know I
certainly did-felt a sense of
pride," Jarriel said. "Our time
had come. We were called to
do what we signed up to do."
Camp Blanding' has
experienced an increase in
part-time and full-time tenants
since 9-11, and more soldiers
have gone to Blanding for pre-
deployment training,. Jarriel
said.


That period of time has. also
brought about a lot of changes
and improvements to
facilities-not just at Blanding,
but.at other Florida National
Guard facilities as well-
thanks to the efforts of Gen
Douglas Burnett, the recently
retired adjutant general for the
state.

As a result, soldiers can go
through state-of-the-art
training at Blanding that better
prepares them for what they'll
experience overseas. That
includes simulators that are
perfectly geared for today's
video-game-playing and
technology-savvy young men
and women. In fact, a battle
simulation complex is
currently being constructed at
Blanding.
"I think the biggest
improvement we've had over
.the last few years is the ability
to provide these types of
training facilities to our
soldiers," Jarriel said. "Our
younger soldiers these days are
so geared toward video games
and electronics and things like
that. These simulators that we
have nowadays can do all that
from a video perspective. It

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10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Little
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JARRIEL
Continued from Page 1B

-gives them a chance to train in
these types of facilities before
we actually go put them out in
these million-dollar pieces of
equipment.
"From firing small arms to
dismounted operations through
virtual training, or doing
.convoys either though video or
on computer, they're able to do
Zall that through simulation
before they actually go out to a
Range or a lane and actually do
=it. It kind of helps facilitate the
Rcrawl-walk-run phase of
-operations."
Such simulators not only
help soldiers train for certain
Operations or to learn how to
ruse certain equipment, but can
'give. soldiers a glimpse of
actual buildings and streets, in
.Iraq or Afghanistan in real
mtimd via satellite images.
SJarriel said he wished the
'technology and training had
advanced to tha, stage during
Earlier deployments after9- 11.
"I can tell you in retrospect
that although we did well,.we
:would've.certainly been. able
to do a lot more had we had
this capability. before we went-
down range," Jarriel said. "I
highly encourage all of our
commanders to. take advantage
of this resource if they're here
getting ready to go down
MfIft.g'- It's certainly avataable-
- asset to them,".
Over the next couple of
years, several range upgrades
will take place at Camp
Blanding to further help
prepare I soldiers : for
deployment.
"That's -really where our
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to host oral
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The University of Florida
Samuel Proctor Oral History
Program will present a
community oral history
workshop and demonstrated
oral history interview at the
Bradford County Public
Library in Starke on Tuesday,
July 12, at 5:30 p.m.
The event will feature guest
lecturer/interviewer Mama
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For more information,
please call 352-392-7168.


bang fbr their buck--actually
putting lead down range,"
Jarriel said.
Also on the horizon, pending
the obtaining of funding, is
providing more bedspace for
soldiers training at Blanding
and constructing an indoor,
mall-type post exchange.
Jarriel said plans for a
.Special Forces complex have
been designed, but the project
may have to be reevaluated
and resubmitted.due to the cost
and funding available. It is a
project, though, he feels is
worthwhile.
"It's certainly something I
think we owe it to them to do,"
he said. "Those guys have
probably been down range
more than most. They certainly
deserve that."
What everyone, in regard to
visitors to Camp Blanding,
deserves is outstanding
customer service, Jarriel said.
It is something that employees
are asked to be cognizant of.
"We challenge our
employees daily to consider
what they're doing, and at the
end of the day, did you inake a
contribution for the good of
the organization and to
improve something about
Camp Blanding? We
encourage them at' the end of
Sthe month to reflect back on
what 'they accomplished,"
Jarriel said
Jarriel ,and his wife, Penny,
have been married 21 years.
-They -:-have.:-'thiee.-,daughte'rs:
SMadesyn,.17, Morghan, 6, and
Makenna,.3. Madesyn is set to
begin her senior year ,at St.
Augustine High School, while
Morghan recently completed
kindergarten.
As for Makenna, "-She can't
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From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. wih
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for graduates and their
families. Bring your own
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KH plans back-
to-school
clothes for kids
The Community Church of
Keystone Heights .is collecting
back-to-school clothes to be
given away. to children in
needy families.
Donate clean, gently used
clothes, jackets, and shoes for
children sizes 3T through
adult. This collection is also
for teenagers of all ages and
sizes.
To make a contribution,
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The Dicandio family of Starke
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Saturday, July 2, 2011. It was
held at the Dicandio property in
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in attendance. They served ribs,
chicken and homemade ice
cream.
There were 16 children born
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grandchildren of all 16 siblings.


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Baldwin of .Starke. She is
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Air Force weather leaders meet at Blanding


BY SGT. 1" CLASS
BLAIR HEUSDENS
Florida National Guard
Public Affairs
Leaders from across the Air
Force weather career field met
at the Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center recently to
discuss present operations and
the future of the weather career
field.
S,"We need to make sure
we're supporting the Airmen
That are downrange and giving
them the right training and
tactical skills so they can do
the job," said Dr. Fred P.
Lewis, the director of weather
for the U.S. Air Force.
Camp Blanding is home to
the National Guard's Weather
Readiness Training Center
(WRTC) and the 159"'
.Weather Flight. The center?
trains National Guard weather
"Airmen and conducts
battlefield weather mission
qualificationn training in
conjunction with infantry
-'nstructors from the state's
-Regional Training Institute for
-Airmen who deploy with
-.Arrmy units.
S"The Air Force leadership
--gets to see the training
--firsthand," said Maj. John
.Waltbillig, the commandant of
the Weather Readiness
:Training Center. "They get to
.see what hasn't ever been done
before. We've .all deployed
with Army customers before,
but we've never had the
training that the typical soldier
gets."
The 30-day course provides
the Airmen with five days of
tactical meteorology training
taught by the weather
instructors and three weeks of
intensive tactical training
taught by Army infantry
instructors. The Ai'men a'rd
familiarized. with tactical
driving, weapons systems and
tactical movement.
"The training is focused on
what we need," said Lewis.
"We need combat skills and
we need to practice our tactical
weather skills at the same time.
That's what we do-we
provide weather support on the,


m- --
Senior Air Force weather leaders listen to Dr. Fred P. Lewis as present operations
and the future of the weather career field were discussed. Photo by Sgt. 1" Class
Blair Heusdens, Florida National Guard Public Affairs.


battlefield for the Army and
Air Force."
. Individuals in the weather
career field collect, analyze,
tailor, integrate and
disseminate weather and Space


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support of military operations.,
Air Force weathermen deploy
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Letters to the Editor


Open letter
from Janet
Adkins
Dear Editor:
The first week of
redistricting meetings were
.held last week with two
meetings in Tallahassee, and
one meeting in each location
of' Pensacola, Fort Walton
Beach and Panama City. After
13 hours of driving and 13
hours. of listening to public
testimony, it is clear that thle
effort to draw new districts
will be tedious.
This is my first experience
in the redistricting process apd
I am honored to have been
appointed to serve on the
Redistricting Committee.
While other members were:
thankful to dodge the "extia
work," I enjoy the opportunity
to work hard and to be a part-:
of history and to learn the
mechanics behind redistricting.
Every 10 'years, Florida
redraws the political boundary
lines of every state legislative
and congressional district to
reflect changes in population
as determined' by the most
recent US Census and as
required by the Florida and
U.S. Constitution. The term
reapportionmentn" refers to the
task of dividing the state's
population by the number of,
congressional seats
apportioned, to the state. The
task of "redistricting" is the
redrawing of political
boundary lines to reflect.
change in the population.
SBetween now and Sept. 1,
members for the Florida House*
and Senate will hold 26 public.
hearings throughout the state
to hear from Floridians on how
they wish the new lines to be
drawn.
:After conducting extensive
public hearings, the various
redistricting committees will
begin drawing House, Senate
and Congressional boundaries.
It is important to note that no..
new maps have been drafted
yet. There are an infinite
number of ways that the 120,
House, 40 Senate and 27V
Congressional seats can be
drawn; the first step is to listen:
to the public so we understand
where .they have communities
of common interests and how
.they want to be represented in
their legislative branch. .
During the 2012 legislative
session, Congressional,, Senate-
and House boundaries will be`,
adopted. Legislative session:
Will begin early next yeai,
starting on Jan, 10 and ending ,
in early Match. This will allow.
time for the courts to validate
the maps for use in the 2012
elections.
SThere are many complexities
involved in drawing new
district lines. The principle of
"One Person, One Vote" in
Reynolds v. Sims forbids
major disparities in the
creation of congressional and'
state legislative districts. These
potential disparities are
commonly referred to as the
district's deviation from the
ideal population number. To
determine the ideal population
number, Florida's total
population of 18,801,301
would be divided by 120 house.
districts, 40 state senate'
districts and 27 congressional
districts.
'st The Voting Rights, Act
prohibits any practice or
procedure, including certain
redistricting practices, which
impair the ability of a minority
community to elect candidates
of choice on an equal basis


with non-minority voters. For
more information regarding
the Voting Rights Act, please
visit www.floridaredistricting.
org.
It was quite interesting to
hear the thoughts from
individuals in the Panhandle.
The northern part of the
Panhandle is primarily
agriculture and the southern
portion focused on tourism and.
the item of most interest was
should district boundaries be
drawn horizontally to reflect
the communities of interest
(such as agriculture and
tourism); or should they be
drawn vertically .to reflect
county lines where possible.
Many rural counties do not
have sufficient population for a
full House or Senate district
and must be grouped with
o: other counties. Then it
becomes a matter of where do
. you split a county. We had
'individuals who- expressed
: :interest in "like"
neighborhoods being grouped
together and others who asked
that their city be made "whole"
-within the same district.
SIn Tallahassee, much
conc&n was expressed over
congressional districts; but. in
Pensacola, individuals were
concerned primarily with state
and House districts.
Concern was voiced
regarding the newly passed
>Amendments 5 and 6 dealing
Swith "Fair Districts." Every
two years, -each lawmaker
takes an oath to uphold and
defend the Constitution of the
State of Florida and the United
States Constitution. These
amendments are now part of
Florida's Constitution and the
Legislature will abide by their
requirements.
The redistricting committee
heard from individuals
representing AARP, NAACP,
League of Women Voters,
ACLU, Tea Party, Coffee
Party, Democratic Executive
: Committee, Farm Bureau,
Republican -'.Executive
Committee, and the Chamber
of Commerce. We heard from
private citizens, school board
members, city commissioners,
aa soil & water conservation
supervisor; a mayor and a
representative from- the
supervisor of elections office.
Everyone who wished to speak
was able to voice their opinion
on how they wanted the lines
to be drawn. No one was
turned away.
The 2012 Congressional
.:districts will have a population
of 696,345; Bradford County
is currently grouped in


Congressional district 6 which
has an overage of 116,382.
This means that the district
will need to decrease in size.
Senate districts will have a
population of 470,033.
Bradford County is currently
grouped in Senate district 14
and this district will need to
gain 12,544 in population.
Bradford County is currently
in House District 12 which is
2,676 over the ideal population
of 156,678.
Union County is currently
grouped in Congressional
district 4 which has an overage
of 48,073. This means that the
district will-need to decrease in
size. Senate districts will have
a population of 470,033.
Union County is currently
grouped in Senate district 14,
and this district will need to
gain 12,544 in population.
Union County is currently in
House District 12 which is
2;676 over the ideal population
of 156,678.
Once adopted, these maps
will be in place for 10 years so
it is important for you to
ensure your voice is heard.
I encourage you to learn
more about Florida's
redistricting process and to
sign up for email updates by
visiting www.florida
redistricting.org. Also, the
Florida House of
Representatives has launched a
web-based tool called
"MyDistrictBuilder" that is
available to the public so that
individual citizens can propose
their version of a redistricting
plan. You can access this tool
by clicking
"MyDistrictBuilder" from the
www.floridaredistricting.org
website. This online tool will
be used by both Floridians and
legislators to propose new
boundary lines for
congressional and state
legislative districts.
As a member of the
redistricting committee, it is
important that I hear from you
'in how you wish your
community to be represented.
Please mark your calendar for-
July 11, Florida State College
Downtown Campus. We will
hold two meetings that day; 2-
4 p,m. and 6-8 p.m.
I look forward to hearing
from you on how our
community can best be
represented through the
redistricting process. Please
feel free to 'call me with your
questions or comments.
SThank you for the great
honor of serving you.
Janet Adkins
State Representative


Letters to the Editor
ss.E s bARI_ ___.INO.,._E;i csas


OCD was a big
success
Dear Editor:
I'm writing this as a big
"thank you" to the Our
Country Day committee both
past and present. This letter is
long overdue. I want to thank
you for allowing me to be the
"voice" of the parade and the
5K run, or as Tony Brown
says, "The Mouth!" Do you
think this was a compliment?
No matter, you.can't live in a
small town and. have a thin
skin.
The events are amazing and
I can only imagine the amount
of time and effort this
committee puts into it. But I
want to tell you from a "small
grateful nation, Keystone
Heights and beyond," you
should be so proud of your
accomplishments: 42 years-
unbelievable! I would not want
to be anywhere else for the
'Fourth other than here, and
obviously I'm not alone as
people pour in from
everywhere to see what
America is really all about.
People who volunteer and care
about others with no thought
for themselves, but the joy in
providing a safe, inexpensive,
and a thoroughly entertaining
event. You deserve a huge pat
on the back.
Just a few observations I
wanted to share. It was great to
watch both young and old
alike participate in the 5K run
and without tweeting,
facebooking, or texting while
doing it. It was all about sweat,
athletic ability, determination
and coming together for a
great cause, the Lake Region
Kiwanis and all of the
wonderful projects they
sponsor. Way to go Chair Deb
Strickland, Kiwanis, her
family,. Key Club and all the
dedicated volunteers. The only
technology observed was the
high tech timing by Milestone
Race Authority and even that
had to have some human help.
Thanks to those'volunteers that
helped put the timing trusses
across the street. Also, thanks
to the Clay County Sheriff's
Office for closing the road and
being the lead security for the
run. All runners made it to the
finish line and should be so
proud. Iames Williams, our
Lake Region Monitor editor
was also on hand and deserves
our praise for the great job he
does showcasing our
community..
As I have been fortunate
enough to announce the parade
for so many years, I've grown
accustomed to watching
people come ard sit in their
spot, bring the same chairs,.
and get-just a little older each
year. What a proud tradition
you have created.
I want to share the other
comments that I heard
regarding the parade "Where's
Joanie squirting water from the
fire truck?"' "Where's the
cannon?" Boy, people 'are


observant. When Martha
Alford sang the National
Anthem to lead off the parade,
you could've heard a pin drop.
One observer, who could not
visually see her (she was
shaded on the city hall porch)
came to the booth and said,
"Who was that and where was
she? I've heard the National
Anthem many times and many
places he said, but never as
profound as that one." Thank
you Martha. We still have
chills!
And finally, my 7-year-old
granddaughter, Briley said it
best, "I love this place (she
lives in Orange Park), the
Fourth of'July, the parade, the
candy, Keystone Beach and
the fireworks." I told.her we
can thank- all the military for
keeping us free to be able to
have a day like this and every.
other day too!
God Bless America!
Sincerely,
Tina Bullock
Keystone Heights

Save Keystone
Beach
Dear Editor:
Keystone Beach has been a
Florida jewel since 1925. We
are about to lose it.
The St. Johns River Water
Management District issued a.
permit to JEA (Jacksonville.
Water Utility) to suck water
from Lake Geneva through the
aquifer. The lake is already
below the legal limit without a
freshwater supply. That should
make your blood boil.
Jacksonville has the ocean
and a desalination plant. would
provide all their water needs.
JEA is not entitled to our
water.
Permits are not written in
stone. Ask for the JEA permit
to be revoked. Call the
Department of Environmental
Protection at 904-448-7904.
Write or call your state senator


and -representative. Time is
short.
J.B. Cox
Keystone Heights

,Richard Tillis
Contracting
'walks the talk'
Dear Editor:
This. letter is long overdue.
When my wife and I first
bought a "fixer-upper" in Lake
Butler, it was April 2005. Our
daughter and family lived in
Lake City at the time and we
wanted a small place of our
own so that we weren't always
imposing when we visited
from Massachusetts. We found
such a house in Lake Butler.
but struggled for many years to
find a contractor that had
integrity and stood by his
word. We 'had some very:
trying experiences. At one
point my wife and I were so
exasperated that we wondered
if such a contractor existed.
Fortunately Cindy and Jay
North introduced us to Richard
Tillis and as they say, the rest
is history. Richard saved the
house and more importantly
saved our faith in the fine folks
of this community. It is hard to
be from "out-of-town" and
maneuver through the process(
of identifying folks that'
someone, like me, living 1,000
miles away can have a sense of
peace that your needs are
being met. Richard, Larry and
Paul were fantastic and always
kept us updated on progress
through emails, photos and
phone calls.. In fact, Richard
and Dale have become special
friends for which we are dearly
blessed. I hope that Lake
Butler fully appreciates these
folks. They truly are great
ambassadors for your
community.
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Massachusetts


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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:
Dennis Alexander, 63, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 1 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies for dealing in stolen
property.
Patrice Lee Alexander, 26,
of Starke was arrested July 3
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for- driving
while license is- suspended or
irvoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
July 3.
James Martin Anderson, 54,
of Lawtey was arrested July 2
by Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
driving while license. is
suspended or revoked-habitual.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond July 3.
Kenneth Andrews, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 30 by CCSO deputies for
possession of more than 20.
grams of a controlled
substance, possession of drugs
with intent to sell and using a
premises' for manufacturing
drugs.
Michael Walton Arnold, 31,
of-Lakeland was charged July
1 by Union County Sheriffs.
Office (UCSO) Deputy Leslie
Crews with battery after
Arnold allegedly spat blood
into an officer's face when the
officer was attempting to arrest
him relating to a traffic crash.
Additional charges are pending
related to the crash. .
Robert Alex Berrier, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
3 by UCSO Deputy Townsend
for DUI.
Seth Allen Beusse, 22, of
Waldo was arrested June 23 by
UCSO Capt.-H.MM.- Tomlinsop
on warrants for two counts of
violation of probation for
original felony charges.
Daniel Garrard Blackwell,
44, of Starke was-arrested July
2 by SPD officers for criminal
mischief with : property
damage. He was' released on
July 3; :
Lisa Nicole Bruno, 32, of
Keystone Heights .was arrested
June.30 by BCSO.deputies. for
violation: of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,0001 and she was
released on,bond June 30.
Raggie Jean Canty, 46, was
-arrested July 1 by Hampton
Police Department (HPD)
officers oh an out-of-county
warrant and fot. giving false
identification to a police
Officer, Bond was set at $2,503
d she was released on bond
uly 2. .
t Amanda Lee Combs, 24, of
SCK*


Starke was arrested July 2 by
BCSO deputies for DUI. Bond
was set at $2,500 and she was
released on bond July 2.
Bambi Maurica Cowart, 31,
of Starke was arrested July 3
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
July 3.
Valerie Christa Cox, 30, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
1 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she was
released on bond July 1.
Bruce Bernard Donley, 49,
of Melrose was arrested July 2
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond waS set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond July 3.
Melvin Emmett Douglas, 36,
of Lake Butler was arrested
June 23 by UCSO deputies
Crews and Brett Handley for
disorderly intoxication and
aggravated assault. Douglas
was allegedly standing in the
victims' yards, brandishing a
pocket knife and shouting
threats. Douglas allegedly told
Deputy Crews that he was
unable to remember what he
said or did.
Edgar Allen Emmelhainz,
22, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 4 by UCSO Deputy John
Whithead for assault and
resisting an officer without
violence.
A 17-year-old Worthington
Springs juvenile was arrested
June 25 by UCSO Deputy
John Riggs for battery after
allegedly grabbing his
mother's arm and kicking her
in the leg.
Christopher Lewis Griffin,
34, of Lake Butler was arrested
June 27 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson after he turned
himself in. He was charged
with contem ot of court, failure
to pay court-ordered support..
He may purge the charge by
paying $520.
Jason Guifiibn,' 30, of
Raiford was arrested July 4 by
CCSO deputies on a warrant
for contempt of court-failure
to pay court-ordered support.
Anthony Gage Hales,:20, of
Interlachen was arrested' June
30. by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for failure to
register as a convicted felon
and possession of less than. 20
grams of marijuana.
Teresa Hollingsworth, 23, of
Starke was arrested July 2 b'y


CCSO deputies for domestic
battery.
Kenyatta Howard, 35, of
Melrose was arrested June 28
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
McKinley Keith, 21, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 26 by
UCSO Deputy Whitehead for
resisting an officer without
violence and trespassing on
school property.
Kimberly Matukaitus, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 3,0 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for failure to appear-
in court.
Cody Wayne. McClenaghan,
22, was arrested June 28 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was.set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond June 29.
Arthur Nicholaus McNelley,
33, of Starke was arrested July
4 by. SPD officers .for
possession of cocaine and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was being held
Son no bond and remained in
jail as of press time.
Kimberly F. Osboine, 36, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 29 by BCSO deputies for
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $15,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
time.
Brooks Taylor Palmer, 18,
of Lake Butler was arrested
June 28 by UCSO Deputy
Charles Townsend for
loitering.
Joseph Bernard Ray, 38, of
Orange Park was arrested June
28 and booked, 'into the
Bradford County Jail on an
put-of-county warrant. He was
being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Irving Eugene Rhoden, 29,
of Starke was arrested July 3
by BCSO deputies for battery.-
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released on bond July 3.
Kim Marie Rhyne, 53, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
2 by SPD. officers for
possession of a controlled
substance without a.
prescription. She was. released
on July 3.
SLya Desiree Robinson, 20,.
of Starke was arrested July 1
by BCSO deputies for larceny,
fraud by altering a public
.record, uttering -a forged.
instrument and making a false
report of a crime. Bond wEs set


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jail as of press time.
Jason Matthew Sapp, 28, of
Starke was arrested July 4 by
SPD officers for burglary of an
unoccupied structure and
larceny. Bond was set at
$1,500 and he was released on
bond July 4.
Levi Wayhe Sharp, 28, of
Hampton was arrested June 27
by HPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual and
possession of narcotic
equipment. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Christopher Sherouse, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 2 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation.
Albert James Simmons,.25,
of Starke was arrested July 1
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of withholding court-
ordered support. Bond was set
at $500 and he was released on
bond July 1.
Rosemarie Denice Simmons,
31, of Starke was arrested July
4 by SPD officers for two
counts of failure to appear in
court, one for an original
felony charge and one for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $14,000 and
she.remained in jail as of press
time.
Jacob Taylor, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 28 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for petit theft.
Steven Wayne Thornton, 32,
of Starke was arrested July 1
by SPD officers for driving,
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 1.
Barry Keith Warren, 21, of
Starke was arrested June 27 by
BCSO deputies for battery. He
was released on June 28.
Kaley Williams, '21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
June 28 by. CCSO deputies on
a warrant. for.. violation of
probation.


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SKH farmers
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The Keystone Heights
Farmers Market will be open
throughout the summer instead
of closing as it has in the past.
Time, day and "place
will remain the same. Vendors
decided, despite the heat, that
they wanted to maintain the
momentum the market had
gained in the last eight months,
which would likely be lost by
closing over the summer.
The market averages 30
changing vendors per week.
New in the last month are
vendors selling fresh herbs and
spices (plants and dried), cut
flowers, maple syrup, mosaic
bird baths, copper art work,
boiled peanuts, tie-dyed baby
clothing and assorted gourmet
breads.
For more information, see.
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page or the city's new blo'g.
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Bradford
Republicans to
meet July 14
The Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday, July 14, at Capital
City Bank in Starke, beginning
with a meet-and-greet period at
5 p.m.
The final selection for
Bradford County delegates to
attend Presidency 5 will
follow. These delegates will
bear witness to the only event
of its kind in the nation, the
highlight of which will be the
Florida straw poll, featuring
more than 3,000 Florida
Republican delegates.
Presidency 5 will be Sept.
22-24 in Orlando.
For more information
concerning the July 14
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee meeting
or Presidency 5, please call
David Dodge at 352-222-8609.
You may also visit the website
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S__ Spiller, Warren camp draws 200-plusl


Jace Oody tackles witn force as UCHS varsity football
players Demetrious Jones and Jordan Davis look on
with astonishment.


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor
More than 200 children ages
5-17 from both Union and
Bradford counties took part in
the first-ever free CJ. Spiler
and Gerard Warren Cepbrity
Charity Football Camp the
weekend of June 24 at Union
County High School in Lake
Butler.
Six National Football
League players, including
UCHS graduates Spiller and
Warren,, came out to host a
camp designed to work on the
basic fundamentals and
techniques of football.
Spiller was an All-American
running back for Clemson
University before ultimately
becoming the first-round
selection of the Buffalo Bills
in the 2010 NFL Draft.
Warren, a defensive tackle, has
spent the last 11 years in the
NFL with four different teams.
A former University of Florida
Gator, he is currently with the
New England Patriots.
Also in attendance were
Philadelphia tight end
Cornelius Ingram and Oakland
wide receiver Louis Murphy,
who are former Florida Gators,
Florida native and current
Buffalo offensive tackle


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UCHS varsity football players unandler Mann, and Demetrious Jones watch as
Timber Underhill proves she can move just as good as any boy can.
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Cornell Green and Houston
wide receiver Andle Davis.
According to the event
coordinator, Donnell Davis,
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Sharon Andrews
LAKE BUTLER-Sharon Ann
Reed Andrews, 63, of Lake
Butler, died Thursday, June 30,
2011, at her home after an
extended illness.
She was born in Macon, Ga.,
and lived in Miami before moving
to:Lake Butler in 1978. She was
employed by the Lake Butler
Apparel Company, and Suwannee
Medical. She was preceded in
death by her father, John E: Reed.
Sth was a member of the
Fellowship Baptist Church of
Raiford.
Mrs. Andrews is survived by:
her husband of 45 years, Bobbie
Andrews; her daughter, Sandi
(Frank) Ohman of Daytona; her
-sons, Scott (Carrie) Andrews of
Raiford and Mitch (Angie)
Andrews of Lake Butler; her
mother, Elsie Reed of Macon; her
sisters, Sue Sanderford of
Nashville, Tenn. and Stephany
Saams of Macon; and nine
grandchildren.
.Funeral services were held on
July 2, at Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with the Rev. Steve
Hutcheson officiating. Burial
followed in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.

Bettie Brancati
RAIFORD-Mrs. Bettie June
Brancati, 74, originally from
Raiford, died on July 1, 2011, in
an area nursing home.
The former Bettie June Dobbs
was the daughter of Johnnie Oad
and Alpha Elizabeth Altie Hurst
Dobbs, both deceased. Others who
preceded her in death include: her
husband, Danny Brancati; five
sisters, Leoma (A.B. Sr.)
Whitehead, Emaline Dockery,
Mary Lou (A.W.) Whitehead, and
Kathryn. (Orrin Jr.) Reddish; four
brothers, Alvin (Faye) Dobbs,
Marjell (Nell) Dobbs and two
infant brothers.
Mrs. Brancati moved to Marcus
Hook, Pa. in 1963, as a bride of a
handsome Italian, the love of her
life, who loved the horse races and
playing cards. They retired to
Lake Butler in 1993 where she
lived until 2006 when she became
a resident of Windsor Manor
Nursing Home in Starke. She
worked in the healthcare field for
many years as a psychiatric nurse.
Initially employed by Sunnyland
in. Gainesville, her last position
was with Madison Hill Nursing
Center in Starke.
Mrs. Brancati is survived by: a
son, John (Wendy) Brancati; and
two granddaughters, Brittany and
Hannah, all of Glen Mills, Pa.; and
a sister, Joyce Carlton of Palatka, .
She was greatly loved_ p manvi
nieces, nephews, cousins, and a
host of other family members. Her
especially devoted niece is Sara
Dobbs Gwin of Chickasaw, Ala.,
and her family (husband, Bobby,
and sons, Rob and Rhett) who will.
greatly miss their "Aunt Bet," and
say as a final farewell to her,
"goodbye, love."
Special thanks go to her
Windsor Manor family who
lovingly cared for her. They
include; Cheryl, Arianne, Ashley,
Jessica, Betty, the three Lisas,
Edna, Stephen (who she always
thought was her nephew, Oadie),
Donna, Regina and Elaine. They-
will quickly tell you what a
spirited and outspoken resident


she was, and how much she loved
cranberry juice, and how much
they will miss her. The family
appreciates the many expressions
of love and concern from all of
these special healthcare workers-
and many others-who came to
her room the last day of her life to
say goodbye to Mrs. Brancati, or
Betty Boop, as she was
affectionately called by many of
them.
A memorial service was held on
July 6, at St. Edward Catholic
Church in Starke, conducted by
Father Stewart Cowart. Interment
followed at Swift Creek Cemetery
in Lake Butler. Funeral services
were provided by Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.
PAID OBITUARY

Woodrow
Edenfield
RAIFORD-Mr. Woodrow W.
Edenfield Jr., 78, of Raiford, died
Friday, July 1, 2011, at Lake
Butler Hospital after a sudden
illness.
Mr. Edenfield was born in
Union County where he lived
most of his life. He was a
correctional officer lieutenant with
Union Correctional Institution in
Raiford before his retirement in
1994. He previously served 21
years with the U.S. Air Force.
Mr. Edenfield was formerly a
member of a Masonic order. He
was of the Baptist faith. He was
.he son of the late Woodrow W.
Sr.' and Vera Sue Lee C(erce
Edenfield.
He is survived by: his wife,
Margaret Edenfield of* Grand
Ridge; three sons, Eddie Alien
Edenfield of Sampson City, Ricky
Lee Edenfield of Baker, and
Scottie Michael Edenfield of
Raiford; three sisters, Marie
(Fabian) Scaff of Lake Butler, Sue


Ann (Bill) Bristow of Lake City,
and Louanna (Joel) Kirby of Lake
Butler; two brothers, Wilson
Lamar (Vera) Edenfield of White
Springs and Joseph Gregory
Edenfield of Charlotte, N.C.; and
three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, July 7, at 11 a.m. in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with Pastor Mike
Norman officiating. Burial win
follow at Old Providence
Cemetery near Providence. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements. The
family will receive friends at the
funeral home on Thursday from
10-11 a.m.,just prior to services.

Maeola Grimes
LAKE BUTLER-Maeola P.
Grimes, 92, of Lake Butler, died
on Sunday, July 3,2011.
She was born in Homerville,
Ga., in 1918, and was the daughter
of the late Henry and Katie
Pittman. In 1939, she married
Harold B. "Shot" Jackson of
Blackshear, Ga., and moved to
Jacksonville. In .1955, she married
her late husband, William "Bill"
Grimes and shortly afterward,
moved to Lake Butler. She was
retired from South Central. Bell
with 37 V years of service, Both
she and her husband were
members of the Lake Butler
Church of God where she
faithfully served as church
secretary for 25 years. In 2009,
she moved to Lebanon, Tenn. to
live-with her son, Harry.
Mrs. Grimes is survived by: her
sons, Harry (Anita) Jackson and
David (Susan) Jackson; a
daughter, Aleene Jackson; a step-
daughter, Mary Lou Newton; 11
grandchildren and 19 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Grimes will be held on Thursday


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Arrangements are under the care
of Archer Funeral Home, Inc. of
Lake Butler. Family will receive
friends at the funeral home from
6-8 p.m.


Memorial services for-Bob will
be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
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cor to sign the family's guest
book.
PAID OBITUARY


'Bob' Piggott


'Bob' Piggott
HAMPTON-Robert "Bob"
Piggott, 89, of Hampton, passed
away on Saturday, July 2, 2011, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
He was born in Loraine, Ohio
on March 24, 1922, to the late
Myron E. Piggott and Helen
Linden-Piggott. Bob was a veteran
of the United States Army Air
Corps and retired from the
Department of Corrections after
many years of service. He was
preceded in death by: his
daughter, Laurel Davis; his
brother, Bill Piggott; and a sister,
Dorothy Tackas.
He is survived by: his wife,
Aileen Piggott of Hampton; his
daughters, Joy (Kenneth) Sellers
of Starke, and Janice (Dave)
Walker of North Ridgeville, Ohio;
his sons, Glen Piggott of Starke,
Myron (Maria) Piggott of
Fellsmere, and David (Lucinda)
.Piggott of Hampton; II
grandchildren and 15 great-
granqchildren.


Scott Wilkes
William Scott Wilkes, 31,
witty, fun, and full of life, entered
eternal life with the Lord on July
2, 2011. Born in August of 1979,
Scott grew up on Belmore farm in
Keystone Heights, graduated from
Keystone Heights High School in
1998, and received his bachelor's
degree from University of North
Florida in construction
management. Scott was employed
with E. Vaughn Rivers
Construction for nine years and
recently received his commercial
contractor's license.
Scott loved spending time with
his .family, friends, and Florida
Gator football. He is predeceased
by his grandmother, Georgia
Murrhee, who passed away in
May, 2011. Amazing husband and
father, Scott leaves to this earth:
his wife of five years, Stephanie;
son, Clayton 2 I years old; and
daughter Harper, 3 months old; his
parents, The Honorable- William


A. and Delores M. Wilkes;
grandfather, Jennings Murrhee;
brother and sister-in-law, Joseph J.
(Joey) and Dawn Wilkes' sister
and brother-in-law, Kristen and
Dr. Andrew West; nephew,
Jennings Wilkes; niece, Anna
Wilkes; future niece, Georgia
West, due in October, 2011;
numerous aunts, uncles, cousins
and true friends.
The family will receive friends
at Broadus-Raines Funeral Home
Wednesday, July 6, from 6- 8 p.m.
Funeral services will be held at- 1
a.m. Thursday, July 7, at Trinity
Baptist Church, 2716 SE S.R. 21,
Keystone Heights, FL with the
Rev. Brad Williams and Rev.
Scott Stanland officiating.
Interment will follow in Hickory
Grove Cemetery, Green Cove
Springs.
The families would like to
express their deep gratitude to all
of the law enforcement agencies
and personnel for their assistance
during this difficult time. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that
donations be made to Shands
Pediatric Emergency Hospital, c/o
Shands Health Care, Office of
Development, P.O. Box 100386,
Gainesville, FL 32610, in memory
of William Scott Wilkes, pediatric
E.R. or online,
www.shandsgiving.org,
Children's Services, in memory of
William Scott Wilkes-. Please sign
the family's online guestbook at
www.broadusraines.com.
Arrangements under the care of
Broadus-Raines Funeral Home,
501 Spring St., Green Cove
Springs, FL 32043, (904) 284-
4000.
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Juggling

magician

visits

Bradford

library
The Bradford County
Public Library hosted
"Mr. T," a juggler and
magician on June 30 as
part of its summer
children's program.
LEFT: Alyssa Woods
assists Mr. T with a
trick. BELOW: Mr. T
juggles before a large
turnout.


ABOVE: Mr. T juggles mini basketballs.
RIGHT: Gabe Hendrieth shows off his
newly learned skill-spinning a plate.


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cloth? Mr. T
and assistant
Jaelyn Canova
are about to
find out.


FAR LEFT: Kate Wainwright and Reese Wainwright
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Wainwright, and grandmother, Patricia Wainwright.
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up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
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1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
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Heights area. Asking
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3594.


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or 1.75 acres, asking
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cleared, ready for home
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0470.

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Commerical
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904-364-8395.
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$1,200 per month. Smith
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rooms, $750 per month.
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OWNER FINANCING 1800
SQ.FT. 3BR/2.5BA, 2 sto-
ry home w/ 2-car plus ga-
rage. 800 sq. ft. playroom/
workshop, plus 450 sq.
ft. sun room. T & G wood
paneling throughout. On


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near Keystone Heights.
$189K. $6,000 down, call
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BLOCK HOME for sale.
2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
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and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
'replace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
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ups, 2 storage sheds,
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,BIG LAKE SANTA FE, cozy,
no smoking, furnished,
mother-in-law apt. Beauti-
ful lake view, large porch,
dock, secure area. One
year lease. Ideal for for
one person. $735/mo,
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per month, $350 secu-
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required. Call 352-745-
2453.
3BR/2BA SWMH, corner
lot, front porch. water
included. Highway front-
age, quiet, 2 miles from
Worthington Springs.
$550/mo., first, last, $300
deposit. 386-496-1146.
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, Keystone
Heights. For rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
* and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
Information.


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FREE! Nice, newly reno-
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homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.

NEW 3BR/2RA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home. $825/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431.
WANTED SINGLE MATURE
LADY to share expenses
in nice furnished home on
lake. Private apartment,
servicaanimals only and
no smoking,references
required. $450-$675/mo.
plus deposit. Call for more
info. 352-473-7769.

REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE, on private land.
Fully furnished, incls. TV.
$365 w/ senior discount.
Cute little place ideal one
person. Keystone Hts.
352-473-5745.
STARKE, APARTMENT,
2ND FLOOR,1BR/1BA,
large living room, CH/A
kitchen/appliances, win-
dow coverings, washer/
dryer, lovely enclosed
porch, immaculate, small
second bedroom. $425/
mo. first, last and security,
year lease. Dixon Rent-
als, 352-588-0013 for
application.
3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A,
between Lake Butler &
Raiford $300 deposit,
$750 per, month. Call


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MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959.,
HUGE WATERFRONT
2BR/2BA 16X80 MH .
All new inside, handicap
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on paved road. Close
to downtown Keystone
(2.5miles.) Tree shaded
lot, $595/mo. first and
security. Call after 1pm.
352-473-2252.
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1 acre. Freshly. painted,
new carpet, CH/A. Ser-
vice animals only, $480/
mo plus dep. Call 352-
468-3221.
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, 3BR/
2BA, Starke golf course.
Call 904-964-6217.
2BR/2BA MH, 7456 Lakev-
iew St Keystone. $595/
mo, $500 security. Credit
check required, service
animals only, no smoking.
352-475-5620.
2BR/2BA HAMPTONAREA.
$575/mo. $300 security
deposit. Service animals
only. Fenced back yard.
Call Danny @ 904-545-
6103.


2BR/1BA MH CH/A, new
carpet, new paint, wash-
er/dryer, deck on front and
back. $600/mo. Starke,
2BR/1BA 14 wide mo-
bile home, shed, fenced
yard, $675/mo. Lawtey
2BR/1BA mobile fenced,
$550/mo. horse paddock
available. Call 386-523-.
5091.
3BR/1.5 BA RED BRICK
HOME, on one acre in
Lake Butler. Service ani-
mals only. $850/mo. first,
last. Call 386-496-2996.
3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE
on 2.5 acres in Lawtey.
$700/mo. first, sec. 904-
894-2041.
3BR home in Starke safe
quiet neighborhood, big
back yard. Great home
for retired couple or young
family starting out. CH/A,
new oak floors. Referenc-
es and deposit required.
Call 814-257-9825.
3BR/1BA HOME on 1 acre.
CHIA, recently renovated,
front and back porches.
Hwy. 231 close to RMC.
$700/mo. first last, secu-
ity. Call 386-344-1266 or
386-623-2746.

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Animals and
Pets
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
tiny, beautiful kittens.
black, blue eyes and gray
stripes. Call 352-473-
4793, leave message and
number.


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Decor, wedding decor,
toys. Lots more, all good
condition.

55
Wanted
I BUY CARS, metals, trac-
tors, ATV's, lawnmowers,
golf carts & trucks. No
title necessary. Will pick
up within 150 mile radius,
pay cash. Call Pete at
904-769-2367.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
NEED RETIRED elderly
driver. Call 904-964-
7953.
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Personal
Services
CAREGIVER OR COMPAN-
ION, takes care of loved
ones, your house or mine.
Lots of experience. Call
352-475-1838.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
ing and hedging. Great
prices Call Johnathan
904-364-6888.
GLENN'S HANDYMAN and
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ing/bush hogging, plow-
ing, fencing, carpentry,


roof patches,painting,,
pressure washing, trash
removal, and other odd
jobs/non-permit work. Call
for estimates. Cell (904)
364-6506 Home (904)
964-6736.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-.-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $200.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.

65
Help Wanted
NOW HIRING, Company
drivers, home weekly,
owner operators, lease
purchase, and student
drivers. $2,000 sign on bo-
nus for owner operators.


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Starke Apts.
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playground, private aid
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clinical area. Prepare for instruction -
syllabi, lesson plans, tests; use
assessment strategies to assist the
continuous development of the
learner; use effective communication
techniques with students and others,
Demonstrate knowledge and
understanding of the subject matter,
use appropriate technology in the
teaching and learning process.
Minimum Qualifications Bachelor.of
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experience as staff nurse (acute care
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IOB Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, July 7, 2011


2nd annual BHS

kickoff, reunion

set for Aug. 6
The Bradford High School
Touchdown Club, with the
assistance of members of the
1965 BHS football team,
announces its plans for the
organization and sponsorship
of the second annual BHS
Kickoff and Football Reunion,
scheduled for Saturday, Aug.
6, at the Florida National
Gttard armory on Edwards
Road in Starke.


A social hour from 5 p.m.
until 6 p.m. will precede
dinner and a program, which
will last until 8 p.m.
Mike Sexton, former head
boys' basketball coach at BHS
and the longest-serving
assistant football coach in
school history, will be the
event's guest speaker.
Special guests also include
former head football coaches
David Hurse and Lenard
Register, and current head
coach Derek Chipoletti.
Terry Vaughan, the "voice
of the Tornadoes" on WEAG


radio, will serve as master of
ceremonies, while 1965
football team members Eddie
Douglas, Dwight Elder,
Donnie Falcon, Mickey Agner
and Butch Redding will assist:
with the program.
Based on last year's turnout
and follow-up interest, those
interested in attending this
year's event should make plans
to do so now since seating is
limited. Advance tickets are
$12 and may be purchased
from Nancy Odom at BHS.
Admission at the door is $15.
Children under 5 will be


admitted free.
All proceeds will support the
BHS football program through
the BHS Touchdown Club.
Odom may be reached by
calling 904-966-6075.

Gold Head

offers children's

summer camps
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Gold Head Branch State Park
will offer two week-long
summer camp programs in


July and August. The
programs are sponsored by the
Gold Head Associates, Inc. a
nonprofit citizen support
organization. The camps are
for children who are 6 to 12
years old.
The camp titled "Fire:
What's Cool and What's Hot?"
will be held July 18-22 and the
"Discover Nature with a
Ranger" camp will be held
Aug. 1-5.
The programs include five
full day camps that run from
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. A
graduation ceremony will be


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held the last day of each camp.
Each camp is limited to 15
students. The cost of the
program is $65 per child and
will include supplies. Children
must bring a sack lunch each
day. Morning and afternoon
snacks will be provided.
Camp topics include fire in
Florida's ecosystems, how to
be a firefighter, fire safety, our
place in the galaxy, the Earth,
weather, plants and animals.
Indoor and outdoor activities
for children include scavenger
hunts, hikes in the park, and
other scientific activities will
take place. Theme based crafts
will be done each day.
Parents and guardians must
pick up an application and
information packet from the
Ranger Station at 6239 S.R.
21.
Registration and payment
can be made at the Ranger
Station Monday-Thursday
from 8 a.m. until sunset.
For more information,
please call 352-473-4701.




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able to take care of themselves
and not be a liability to their
Army brethren. A close
relationship between Florida
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senior Air Force weather
leadership, as well as positive
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field, is important to the
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LEGALS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
A PROPOSED RESOLUTION
VACATING A PORTION OF A 40
FOOT PLATTED ROAD THAT
LIES BETWEEN BLOCKS 6 AND
15 IN CROSBY LAKE SHORES
(SW 66TH PLACE); CLOSING AND
ABANDONING A PORTION OF A
40 FOOT PLATTED ROAD THAT
LIES BETWEEN BLOCKS 6 AND
15 IN CROSBY LAKE SHORES
(SW 66TH PLACE)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the Board of county
Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida will hold a public
hearing at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday,
July 21, 2011., to consider a
request to vacate a 40 foot platted
,road that lies between Blocks 6
and 15 in Crosby Lake Shores (SW
66th Place), ,and to renounce and
disclaim any right of Bradford
County, Florida and the public in
said road.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED
that the Board of County
Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida will consider the
adoption of a resolution vacating
said road and abandoning the
above-described road at the public
hearing on Thursday, July 21,
2011, at 6:30 p.m. in the County
Commission Chambers at the
Bradford County Courthouse in
Starke, Florida.
PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELF
ACCORDINGLY.
.William E. Sexton
BROWN & SEXTON
Post Office Box 40
Starke, Florida 32091
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NOTICE OF MEETING
KEYSTONE AIRPARK
AUTHORITY'S REGULAR
SCHEDULED BOARD MEETINGS
WILL BE HELD ON THE 1s' AND
3rd TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH
AT 6 P.M. LOCATION IS: 7100
AIRPORT ROAD, STARKE, FL.
AGENDAS ,AND NOTICE OF
CANCELLATION WILL BE
POSTED ON THE AUTHORITY'S
WEBSITE AT
www.kevstoneairport.com NO
LATER THAN 72 HOURS IN
ADVANCE.
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