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USPS 062-700 STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 132ND YEAR 43RD ISSUE 75 CENTS


In This Issue


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Worth Noting


Health advisory
council
meeting
The next meeting of the Brad-
ford County Community Health
Advisory Council will be held
at the heath department today,
Thursday, May 24, at 5:30 p.m.,
For more information, please con-
tact 904-964-7732.




Memorial Day
ceremony
honors Prevatt
The annual Merporial Day cer-
emony at the Charlie Schaefer
Veterans Memorial Park in Starke
will take place at 8:30 a.m. Mon-
day, May 28. A procession is
planned from Starke City Hall
on Thompson Street beginning at
8:15 a.m. Gather in the parking
lot across the street before then to
participate.
Dan Sikes will' serve as guest
speaker, and there will be a'spe-
cial presentation honoring Ko-
rean War veteran Wilbert Harold
Prevatt (1925-1976) who was
wounded in action and received
multiple honors during his distin-
guished service. His family has
compiled his awards into a memo-
rial display.

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Memorial Day
ceremony at
Blanding
The Camp Blanding Museum
and Memorial Park will hold a
Memorial Day Ceremony start-
ing at 10 a.m. on Monday, May
28. Guest Speaker is Brig. Gen.
Joseph Balksus. They will be
dedicating the Veterans Memorial
.Fountain after the traditional Me-
morial Day Ceremony.




Solid waste
collection site
closings
All six solid waste collection
sites will be closed Monday, May
28, for Memorial Day. All sites
will reopen on Tuesday, May 29.

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Waste
collection
schedule
WCA Waste Corporation has
announced that collection in the
city of Starke for businesses and
residences will follow the normal
schedule during Memorial Day
week. Residential collection out-
side of Starke in Bradford County
will be delayed one day all week.


Atheists and Christians meet at the monument


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Members of atheist groups protest-
ing the Ten Commandments monu-
ment in front of the Bradford County
Courthouse Saturday were met by
Christians defending its placement on
public property.
Local Christians began collecting
well before the advertised start of the
atheists' protest and at times seemed
to outnumber them four or five or six
to one. Numbers fluctuated throughout
the morning and early Afternoon dem-
onstration.
The Christians began by splitting
into groups and praying at various
points around the site where the protest
was taking place. Prayers continued
later, as did songs and even outbreaks
of spirited preaching.
Tempers sometimes flared as Chris-
tians and atheists debated their rea-
sons for being there, but the debate
was mostly civil. Atheists believe the
county has violated the separation of
church and state, and while Christians
indicated they felt their freedom of reli-
gion or expression was being trampled,
the atheists said it was non-Christians
whose rights were at stake.


Krystal Mobley, Angel Mobley and Brittany Booth were among the Christians attending the protest.


Atheists including Bridget Gaudette (second from left) and Cyrus Cooney (far right) are opposed to
the Ten Commandments monument.


New Miss BHS crowned.


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Hannah Hildebran "was crowned
Miss BHS at the pageant held at the
high school on May 19.
Hannah is the daughter of Dan and
Cindy Hildebran. She is a junior at
Bradford High and serves as a senator
in student government. She also coach-
es for a soccer recreation program,
plays for the high school tennis team
and recently made the varsity cheer-
leading squad.
Hannah dreams of becoming a fash-
ion designer and has also recently dis-
covered photography. During the tal-
ent competition, she danced to "Rumor
Has It" by Adele.
She said the responsibility of Miss
BHS is to represent the school in the
best way possible and respect those
you come in contact with.
Hannah was sponsored by Richard
Sapp, Charles Cowart and Thornton
Photography.
She was one of five girls vying for
the crown. Runner-u 'was Maegan
Robinson, who was sponsored by her
grandparents, Malcolm and Anita Hill.
Maegan is a junior at BHS, a varsity
cheerleader and baton twirler, and she
showcased that talent for the audience.
An A-B Honor Roll student, she is also
is a four-year 4-H member and a leader
for the Modeling 101 program.
The other contestants included Kay-


Miss BHS Hannah Hildebran
la Clemons, who was sponsored by
Clemons Trucking. She is a sophomore
at Bradford High and junior varsity
cheerleader. She is on the A-B Honor
Roll and was president of student gov-
ernment at Cassels Christian Academy.
She danced to "Stronger" by Christina

See PAGEANT, 3A


Although many might have assumed
the atheists present were from' far out-
side of Bradford County, there were lo-
cals among them, and while they we&e
certainly outnumbered, that made them
no less confident their fight would one
day be won in court.


"I want us to be praying that God
would move on this courthouse while.
they're protesting," said Dale Wise-
man, splitting the Christians gathered
into prayer groups before the protest.
He said believed God could change the
hearts of the protesters who showed
up, and the crowd agreed with shouts
of "Amen." Wiseman said when he
heard there was going to be a protest,
he felt God told him to go to the court-
house and pray for the protesters and
for revival.
' Wiseman said he knew the monu-
ment would face opposition as soon
as it was placed at the courthouse,
and while he couldn't say he'd defend
some other type of monument, he said
this one was different.


See PROTEST, 2A


Writing, reading scores

trail state averages

On/y 37percent of 1t7-bgraders pass
graduation reading requirement. ;


SBY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

What a difference a year can make,
at least when it comes to writing peri-
formance as measured by the state's
annual assessment of fourth-, eighth-
and 19h-graders.
Even after the Florida Board of
Education's l1 -hour lowering of the
expected performance standards, test
scores dipped statewide and particu-
larly in Bradford County, where per-
formance trailed the averages posted
by the state and other local school dis-
tricts.

Fourth-grade writing
Last year the state and district saw
97 percent of fourth-graders score suf-
ficiently high marks on writing. As the
average score slipped from 4 points
to 3.3 in the state and 3.1 in Bradford
County, the percentage of students with
satisfactory scores fell to 81 percent in
Florida and 71 percent in Bradford.
Starke Elementary had the highest
mean score this year with fourth-grad-


ers averaging 3.2 points out of 6 on ihe
writing exam; 73 percent scored 3 or
above, the amended proficiency score
adopted by the state. At Southside El-
ementary, 76 percent passed, although
the average score was 3.1. Hampton
fourth-graders also averaged 3.1, but
only 65 percent scored 3 or above.,
Lawtey Community School fourth-
graders averaged 4:3 points last year,
the highest score in the district. This
year they had the lowest, averaging
2.8. Only 60 percent had proficient
scores. At Brooker Elementary the av-
erage score was 2.9 compared to 3.8
4ast year. Sixty-two percent of students
were proficient writers there.
Last year, 100 percent of fourth-
graders at Brooker, Lawtey and Starke
had proficient writing scores, but if
this year's scores seem like a setback,
consider the scores before the state
massaged expectations, lowering the
proficiency score from 4 out of six
points to 3. Only 27 percent of Florida
fourth-graders and only 21 percent of

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2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012


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"All I know is this monument,
in particular, is near and dear to
my heart because I'm a child of
God, I'm saved, and I love the
Lord and love his command-
ments; and I believe that's what
our country was founded on-
the Ten Commandments," Wise-
Sman said.
He said others are free to be-
:4ieve what they want, but he be-
lieves the United States of Amer-
ica is a blessed country because
of its relationship with God.
Henry Hodges attended and.
said Christians need to make-
their stand just like the "so-called
atheists" do.
,, "I'r going to stand up-for the
:truth, what founded this nation,"
-ie said. "We're trying to bring
it back. There's nothing wrong
-with the Ten Commandments
there. (It's) not hurting nobody."
-Harry Hatcher of the Commu-
:nity Men's Fellowship, which
-aised money for the monument,
s.id he supported the right of
people to protest.
-:'I lovingly disagree wity
Bfiem, but I support their ability
tbo come out and protest," Hatch-
.er said, adding he was thankful
S that many monument supporters
;had gathered as well to pray and
':share the love of Jesus. For him,
the commandments represent
.God's great love for mankind,
'and he said he hoped their pres-
7ence at the protest would reflect
,that as well.
- Todd Foster, a local pastor,
said of the atheist protesters that
'he didn't understand the need
some have to try to "mess things
uip" for other people, but those
who call.this home need to speak
South and be heard. To do otherwise
;would be negligent, he said.
"I think if we sit back and
;don't say anything, then I think,
.just like the cross on the water
,tower, it's going to come down,"
-Foster said. He went on to say
"Christians have a responsibility
to earnestly share their faith and
:save souls.
- And like others, Foster said the
iTen Commandments monument
'at the courthouse was entirely
:appropriate because the country
,was founded on biblical princi-
:pals.
SAnother pastor, Joe Kiser,
literally used the opportunity
.preach to the crowd. *
"My job here is to stand on
-God's word and don't be afraid
;because, a.lot of times, if you look
:at the past, Christians were afraid
nto stand up. We lost our prayer
in school because the Christians
-wouldn't say nothing. We lost
.our cross because the Christians
:wouldn't say nothing. So God
,.help us if we lose this, because
.we have Christians here standing
_on God's word," he said.


:Senior center

:hours have
,changed
The Bradford County Senigr
'Center, located at 1805 North
:Temple Ave. in Starke, will be
-open from 8 a.m. to noon'on
:-Mondays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
,Wednesdays, and 1 to 5 p.m. on
Tuesday arid Thursdays (ex-
:cluding holidays).
:Scheduled activities are sub-
cject to change. For more infor-
mation, please contact the senior
:center at 904-386-3955, or visit
the senior center page at www.
ibradfordcountyfl .gov.
~" "~-" _


The atheists present were
standing on their principles as
well. Rob Curry said many from
the.atheist groups know whqt it's
like to be intimidated and feel
persecuted because they don't
share the religious beliefs of
others, and he came to support
people in Bradford County who
don't feel comfortable with a
purely religious message on gov-
ernment property.
"Our main goal is not to criti-
cize religion, not to condemn not
even the person who spent all of
the money putting this up. It's
a beautiful monument; it would
look very nice at a local church,"
Curry said. "I think it's very im-
portant for the government to
maintain that American tradition
of state and church separation
because, whenever you mix the
two, bad things can happen."
Bridget Gaudette, Florida state
director of American Atheists,
one of several groups repre-
sented at the protest, said they
believe the monument ignores
the Establishment Clause of the
First Amendment, which pre-
vents the government from im-
posing religion. To a reasonable
observer, she said, the proximity
-of the monument indicates it is
something the government has
adopted.
Gaudette said the placement
of the Bradford County monu-
ment is the latest in a trend that
American Atheists feels it must
oppose on behalf of secularists
and people of other religions.
"To me, even if it starts in a
small town, it's a national issue,"
Gaudette said. She said she's not
only standing up for the rights of
non-theists. Separation of church
and state protects churches as
well.
Although a Bradford; County
woman who called Gaudette pri-
or to the protest claimed every-
one here was Christian, Gaudette
told her that's not true. She said
15 percent of the national popu-
lation is not religious, and some
of those people live in Bradford
County.
Gaudette also received calls
from locals who said they op-
posed the monument, and locals
who felt that way were also pres-
ent at Saturday's protest. Jack
O'Hara from Keystone Heights
said the monument tells atheists
like himself arid believes of other
faiths that they don't~belong.
"This is a move toward the-
ocracy, and I'm going to fight it
with everything I've got," O'Hara
said. "Our country was founded
on separation of church and state,
and these people are trying to at-
tack it. It's just un-American and
unpatriotic in my opinion."
Locals also included 14-year-


Not present at the protest to
comment on whether their ac-
tions had imposed a belief sys-
tem were the members of the
Bradford County Commission.
Commissioners approved an
open forum ordinance creating
an application process for groups
to place monuments at the court-
house, and they subsequently
gave the green light to the Ten
Commandments monument in
spite of concerns from the for-
mer chief judge of this judicial
circuit.
The commission has received
correspondence on the issue,
however, including a letter from
Freedom from Religion Foun-
dation attorney Patrick Elliott
asking that the monument be re-
moved.
"The first commandment
alone makes it obvious why the
Ten Commandments may not be
posted by government bodies.
The county government has no
business telling citizens which
god they must have, how many
gods they must have, or that they
must have any god at all," wrote
Elliott.
Another letter, this one from
John Leddy, of Leon, Va., said
the county had opened a Pando-
ra's Box in allowing a Christian
display on government property
that would only lead to other dis-
plays commissioners might not


old Cyrus Cooney and his father,
Daniel. Cyrus was called out for
being too young by the other side,
even though there were young
children holding signs for Jesus.
Young or not, he held his ground
even when surrounded by Chris-
tians challenging his beliefs.
"I have a firm belief that I
know what I'm talking about,"
Cyrus said. The children pres-
ent, on the other hand, were just
doing as they were told, in his
view. The choice they're given
is believe in Jesus or go to hell,
he said.
Another atheist who seemed
constantly surrounded by debate
and proselytizing was Nathaniel
Hall of Tallahassee. It's nothing
new. He said he was preached at
his entire life and was supposed
to become a Southern Baptist
preacher. He is not a believer
now.
"My family doesn't know or
they would disown me," Hall
said.
He said he doesn't need reli-
gion or a set of commandments
to tell him to love his parents or
not to murder someone. Instead
of preaching the word of God, he
is spreading a different message
a member or the Tallahassee
Atheists, protesting here in Brad-
ford County and helping to wash
the roads in Polk County after a
group that included government
officials anointed them with oil.
Melody Delaney from Talla-
hassee said she's worked in un-
friendly environments where she
was frowned upon for her beliefs,
and she even has to keep it from
members of her family, so she
said she hoped her presence at
the protest could help others who
felt they couldn't be there.
She said she's not offended by
the monument but by its presence
on public property.
"Honestly, I believe that people
should be free to practice what-
.ever religion they want as long as
it doesn't hurt people and as long
as it does not become involved
with government," Delaney said.
"This is absolutely, strictly un-
constitutional, and while I ap-
preciate people's beliefs, I don't
feel they should impose them on
others."


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who urged commissioners to
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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3A


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Maegan Robinson Chelsey Collins


PAGEANT
Continued from 1A
Aguilera.
Amber Wilkerson was spon-
sored by Gold Buyers of Starke.
She is a BHS senior, varsity
soccer player and volunteer rec-
reation coach. She danced to
"Footloose" by Blake Shelton.
SChelsey Collins was sponsored
by the Bradford County Historic
Preservation Society. She is a
sophomore and varsity volleyball
player. She sang "Sparks Fly" by
Taylor Swift.
2011 Miss BHS Tymber Tat-
umr joined the contestants during
the opening number and through-
out the pageant, posing questions




Glory Train
Extravaganza
benefits
Tigers Den
The Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County's Tigers Den
After-School Club will present
dinner and a show in a fundraiser
to benefit the program. The cen-
terpiece will be the children's
performance of the play "The
Glory Train" along with other
classroom and church perfor-
mances.
The benefit will begin at 6
p.m. on Saturday, June 2, in the
Starke Elementary School caf-
eteria, 1001 W. Weldon St. in
Starke. Admission will be $8 for
adults and $5 for children. Do-
nations with checks payable to
CCBC Inc. can also be mailed to
P.O. Box 354, Starke, FL 32091.
For more information, please call
904-964-2298.

Class of 1963
planning
reunion
The Bradford High School
Class of 1963 is planning its 50th
year reunion. An organizational
meeting will be held Saturday,
June 16, at 1 p.m. at Western
Steer.


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five categories, interview (prior


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on-stage question, talent and eve-
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possible for talent and interview.
The pageant was emceed by
Tiara Tyson, Bradford High head
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NAACP in Bradford, Union


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor


Memorial remembers Vietnam vets
A dedication ceremony took place Saturday afternoon, May 19, at the Kingsley Lake
Civic Center for a memorial to three local men that were lost in the Vietnam War.
10 attendance were the families of Robert Melvin Nail, Charles Richard Crews and
James Guy Blackshear along with approximately 80 to 90 other friends and local
acquaintances. The framed memorial unveiled before an enthusiastic crowd was
donated to the museum located at Camp Blanding., The image above is representative
ftthat memorial.


cent scored
SFCAT test. e
Continued from 1A
0 1h-grad
'Brdford County fourth-graders
would have passed the writing Bradford
test. in particular
b Jroken down by school, only board lowe
r26 percent of fourth-graders at forproficie
-Starke Elementary scored 4 or opened, only
Above, only 22 percent at South- would have
side, only 18. percent at Hamp- As it is, wi
ton, only 14 percent at Brooker scoring 2.9
;and only 10 percent at Lawtey. 60 percent
S:Ei en when 3.0 is considered ers had sat
E~'sing, Bradford fotrth-graders pared to 8
Didn't perform as well as those That's dow
$trUUnion County (84 percent) or year.
Clay County (81 percent). Tenth-gr
and Union
5 Eighth-grade writing better, wit
Scent and 89
SEighth-graders in Bradford ficient score
County did not meet- the state
Average on writing either. The Reading
j average score was 3 points corp-
a pared tothe state's 3.3, and only On this
62 percent were proficient writ- ing exam,
ers compared to 78 percent in the higher stand
state. The same i'
-Had the proficiency stan- 2.0 reading
Alard not been lowered, only 21 and. 10"-gr
percent of those tested at Brad- aligned to
Sford Middle School would have Sunshine
passed the test. Last year, profi- cording to
ciency was at 95 percent, standards
SBradford eighth-graders also and the ac
r trailed students in Baker, Clay are more ri
and Union counties,. where 74 To be c
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points trailed the state's 244. In
Baker, Clay and Union counties
the average scores came in at
241,247 and 245. Both Clay (57
percent) and Union (53 percent)
had a higher percentage of 10th-
graders pass the reading test than
the state.
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ford 48 percent scored level 3
or above compared to 52 per-
cent statewide. Bradford's aver-
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by two points. Baker, Clay and
Union counties performed better,
with 53 percent, 60 percent and
51 percent of ninth-graders scor-
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to last year's scores shows a gain
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Bradford and Union County
residents met at a Brownlee
Street Masonic Lodge in Starke
April 28 to reorganize the local
NAACP chapter.
Fourteen attended the orga-
nizational meeting, which was
spearheaded by Starke resident
Deborah Walker Sims.
SAfter opening the meeting
Saturday morning, Sims turned
it over to George Young, a first
vice president of the Jacksonville
NAACP chapter and the Area 5
director for the organization cov-
ering Northealt Florida.
Young told the group they
needed 50 members to get a
NAACP charter. However he
urged them to not just look for
50 bodies, but for workers, ac-
tive participants and especially
young people.
"Hopefully, this chapter will
have a youth committee so we
can continue to raise freedom
fighters," he said. "The fight is
just beginning and the reason I
want you to recruit young people
is Because this fight is not going
to end next week."


Young also made clear what
the NAACP is and what it is not.
"The NAACP is a civil rights
organization," he said. "We don't
sue anybody for anything except
for violating someone's civil
rights. That's our whole purpose.
We are the only organization in
the world that's working to put
itself out of business. If every-
body treats everybody right, we
won't need the NAACP because
we will all be treating each other
right. But that's not happening
right now so we've got to con-
tinue the fight."
Young then tried to set straight
what he said were common mis-
conceptions about this group.
"We arenot hate-mongers," he
said. "There is no racism in the
NAACP."
"We are not politically asso-
ciated with any one party," he
added. "We don't tell you to vote
for this person or that person be-
cause that is not what we do. We
are a civil rights organization."
Young said NAACP members
are just ordinary people who
want to live ordinary lives.
"We want the same things ev-
erybody else wants. I want to be
able to take care of my family


the best I can. I want to live in a
nice place. You should have the
right to live anywhere you want
to live, and you should have the
right to shop anywhere you want
to shop."
But in order to represent its
constituents, Young said--the
NAACP has to fight, and he rec-
ognized that makes some people
feel uncomfortable.
"The problem is, a lot of peo-
ple's civil rights are violated and :
they are afraid to speak up. So the .
next person has to take the same
thing you had to take becatise you ,
wouldn't fight for your rights.,
Then when that person fights for .
his rights, you join the other side ,
and call him a radical."
The area director then com-:
pared his organization to a guard.,
dog.
"If you had a dog for protec-:
tion you wouldn't want a little,:,
scrawny dog," he said. "You-
would want a big dog. The
NAACP is the largest civil rights
organization in the world-not in,
America, in the world."
"If someone steps on your civ-
il rights," he said, "we will try to,:,
step on them."


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Crochet at the
senior center
The Bradford County Senior.
Center welcomes Belinda McK-
enzie as the volunteer instructor
for the new crochet class. This
class is available every Thurs-
day from 3-4 p.m. Please come
and enjoy the art of crocheting
whether experienced or begin-
ner.
In addition, S.H.I.N.E is can-
celed at the Bradford County Se-
nior Center on May 23 and 30,
with apologies for any inconve-
nience.
The Bradford County Senior
Center is looking for volunteer
willing to teach abrt, crafts 'id
senior exercises. If you are 'in-
terested, please contact Rachel
Rhoden at the county manager's
office at 904-966-6327.


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Across the Garden
Fence is a new column
sponsored by the Bradford
County Extension Service.
Readers who wish to pose
S gardening questions should
forward them to Mary Bridg-
man atjtd@ufl.edu.

Is it.too'late to prune my aza-
leas?
--Karen Hardesty, Starke
Azaleas are wonderful landscape plants for our
area, producing spectacular blossoms. They are
shade tolerant, great for areas of your hard that
don't get much sun.
'Pruning. is necessary to obtain a full, well-
branched azalea. Several light prunings just after
flowering and continuing though the growing sea-
son produce a more compact, denser plant. Flower
buds set in late spring and early summer, long be-
fore they are visible to the naked eye, so you're
right to be cautious about pruning. However, you
may continue to prune until midsummer, and July
4.is an easy date to remember. If you prune after
that date, you will see a decrease in the number of
spring flowers. Additional information is available
at http://bit.ly/JzZWkH.
I've moved and transplanted a couple of
azaleas in my yard. How often should I water
them?
Azaleas transplanted during the dry season into
sandy soil require watering two to three times a
week until they are established (this is a good rule
of thumb for many newly planted shrubs). You
may water established plants less frequently, using
three-quarters to one inch of water every 10 days
to two .weeks during dry periods to wet the soil to
a depth of 10 to 12 inches. If you vait too long
between waterings, the lower, leaves of-the plant
may undergo severe wilt, yellow and drop off. Ad-
.ditional information is available at http://
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I am having trouble keeping my yard I
watered. I'm rarely home during the
hours when watering is permitted, and
I can't afford an in-ground system.
What can I do?
Keeping your turf, grass adequately UFlI


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ft.through 14.
, This camp will be conducted
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print your certificate prior to at-
tending the start of the camp.
This certificate is required to
complete the range portion of the
huriter safety certification.
SIf yod have already completed
your Florida hunter safety certi-
fication, you will not be able to
sign-up for this track.
Schedule: Monday, hunter
safety classroom work for cer-
tification; Tuesday, shooting
sports, shotgun range; Wednes-
day, hunter safety range time pnd
test; Thursday, wildlife program-
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'Track 2: Wildlife education-
This track includes extensive
wildlife educational programs
that will increase your knowl-
edge related to Florida's diverse
natural areas.
Schedule: Monday, wild-
life programming; Tuesday,
shooting sports, shotgun range;
Wednesday, wildlife program-
ming; Thursday, wildlife pro-
gramming.
The registration deadline is
June 1 and will be limited to the
first 25 youth ages 11 through 18.
Registration costs $20 and will
include lunch each day. Camp-
ers will meet each day from 9
a.m. until 2 p.m. beginning at
the Bradford Sportsmen Farm on
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-'
day, and at the Bradford County
Extension Office on Thursday.
For more information, please
call 904-966-6224.
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lenging, 'especially
in times of drought.
And, it's important to
comply with watering
restrictions, as your
question reminds us.
I have the same
problem, and a friend
told me about timers
that can be purchased
and affixed to your
hose bib, then attached
to your aboveground
hose and' sprinkler
unit. Some of these


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devices accommodate up to four watering stations.
These models cost around $50, while smaller units
are less. They can be programmed to water when-
ever you wish, for whatever period of time you
wish-they operate just like the timer on an ex-
pensive in-ground system. Of course, you have.the
additional flexibility of moving your sprinkler to
other locations.
One disadvantage of'these "add on" timers is
that they may not be equipped with rain sensors
that keep the unit from running immediately after
or during rainfall, as are many in-ground irrigation
systems. You will have to manually adjust the unit
if you want to avoid watering during those times.
Remember, regardless of conditions, all resi-
dential watering must comply with watering re-
strictions established by the Suwannee River Wa-
ter Management District, which includes Union
County, and all but a small portion of Bradford in
Keystone Heights. During Eastern Standard Time,
homeowners may water established lawns only
once per week, but not between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Watering may occur twice per week during Day-
light Savings Time. For more information, visit the
district's website at http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us.
Readers in Keystone Heights may view rules
applicable to their area, which are similar, at the
ASTER website for the St. Johns River Water
ARER Management District, http://sjrwmd.state.
httpI/snvm


tl.us.
There are exemptions for vegetable.
gardens, hand watering and irrigation us-
ing reclaimed water. Special rules apply
to new landscapes. If you want to water
more than district rules allow, you may
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We are now counting down
with only three weeks left of
school. The seniors have tow
weeks left. I think by now both
the students and teachers are
counting down each day. I think
we can all say it has been a pretty
successful year.
The Bradford band concert
will be held tonight, Thursday,
May 24, at 7 p.m. in the audito-
rium. If you' have time,'come out
and see the band. This is the last
concert of the year.
Congratulations 'to Hannah
Hildebran for winning Miss BHS
this past Saturday at the pageant.
You go girl! I hope everyone
who competed in the pageant
knows they are beautiful and
awesome, too! Don't ever forget
that and don't let anyone tell you
differently.
This upcoming Monday, May
28, is Memorial Day. Do you


know what that means? If you
guessed that we do not have
school this Monday, you are cor-
rect! Don't forget to.sleep in!
Senior exams will be next
week. Next week is their last
week of school. Graduation will
not be the same day that we
get out of school this year. We
get out of school on June 7, but
graduation is on the June 8. Mark
your calendars! School will be
over before you know it.
As crazy as we all want to be,
we still need to give 100 percent
attention in all of your classes.
Hard work does pay off. I hope
everyone has a splendid week!
Don't forget to enjoy all of the
small things.
Quote of the week: "Summer
vacation is the time when parents
realize that teachers are grossly
underpaid." -Author Unknown


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A.M.E. Church, 746 N. Pine :
St. in Starke, will celebrate its
102nd anniversary on Sunday;,
May 27, at 11 a.m. with the -
Rev. James Graham of Bethel,
A.M.E. in Jacksonville as
messenger. The Rev. Karl
Smith of Greater Bethel
A.M.E. in Gainesville will
speak at the 3:30 p.m. service:
Heilbron Springs Baptist
Church will present "Sonlight
Express" vacation Bible
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6A 'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-000015
EMC MORTGAGE, LLC
Plaintiff
vs
HORNE, GINGER NAOMI, ETAL
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION.
TO: J. GERLICH AND K. LARDINO,
AS TRUSTEES OF THE LAKE
GENEVA COUNTRY TRUST
3353 RED ROCK DR, LAND 0
LAKES, FL 34639
J..GERLICH AND K. LARDINO, AS
TRUSTEES OF THE LAKE GENEVA
COUNTRY TRUST
406,WEST AZEELE STREET, APT
405, TAMPA, FL 33606
J.GERLICH AND K. LARDINO, AS
TRUSTEES OF THE LAKE GENEVA
COUNTRY TRUST
298-. S. LAWRENCE BLVD,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656
: J: GERLICH, AS TRUSTEE OF
THE BRADFORD GENEVA LAKE
XXX-XX-XXXX TRUST
3353 RED ROCK .DR, LAND O
LAKES, FL 34639
J. GERLICH, AS TRUSTEE OF
THE BRADFORD GENEVA LAKE
XXX-XX-XXXX TRUST
406 WEST AZEELE STREET, APT
405, TAMPA, FL 33606
J. GERLICH, AS TRUSTEE OF
THE BRADFORD GENEVA LAKE
XXXtXX-XXXX TRUST
29S-S S. LAWRENCE BLVD,
KE TONE HEIGHTS, FL 32656
f GERLICH, AS TRUSTEE OF
TI-tBRADFORD GENEVA LAKE
X)XX XX-XXXX TRUST
131-76 N DALE MABRY HWY #110,
TAMPA, FL 33618
ANTO: All persons claiming an
interest by, through, under or against
the:aforesaid Defendant(s).
YOULARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an7cbtion to foreclose a mortgage
on the following described property
located in Bradford County, Florida:
THE: FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
LAND, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING
IN:ADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
TQWIT:
A PARCELL OF LAND SITUATED
*IN:~ SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP
8 '$OUTH, RANGE 22 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;:
SAlDa PARCEL -BEING MORE.
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE
MIVIST EASTERLY CORNER OF
LOT,16 OF "GENEVA CREEK", A
SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN
PtAT BOOK 3 ON.PAGES 45 AND
4~4~F THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SMII) COUNTY AND RUN NORTH
4fs.6'48" EAST, ALONG THE
NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF LAKESHORE DRIVE AS
SHOWN ON SAID PLAT 52.69 FEET
TOCAN IRON PIPE;
THENCE RUN NORTHWESTERLY,
NORTHERLY AND.
NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE WITH A
CURVE CONCAVE EASTERLY,
SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 10552'34", A RADIUS
Of 45.0 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH
OF 83.15 FEET AND A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF
NORTH 07054'05" EAST, 71.82 FEET
TOWAN IRON ROD AND THE POINT
OF-BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE
NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE WITH A
CURVE CONCAVE SOUTHERLY,
SAID CURVE HAVING A CENTRAL
ANGLE OF 21037'26" A RADIUS
Of. 45.0 FEET, AN ARC LENGTH
OF: 16.98 FEET AND A CHORD
BEARING AND DISTANCE OF
NORTH 71039'05" EAST, 16.88 FEET
TOVAN IRON ROD;
THENCE RUN NORTH 0732'12"
WEST, 40.0 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD;
THENCE RUN NORTH 40o47'15"
EAST, 260.78 FEET TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT AT THE
APPROXIMATE HIGH WATER LINE
OF LAKE GENEVA;
THENCE RUN NORTH 04034'37"
WEST, ALONG SAID LINE, 69.05
FEET TO AN IRON ROD;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 44002'41"
WEST, 48.60 FEET TO AN IRON
ROD IN THE CENTERLINE OF A
CANAL;
THENCE RUN SOUTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE 320
EEET MORE OR LESS TO A POINT
ONt A LINE BEARING NORTH
4502'12" WEST, FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
tjENCE LEAVE SAID CENTERLINE
AND RUN SOUTH 45002'12" EAST,
19 FEET MORE OR LESS TO AN
IRON ROD;
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
45002'12" EAST, 178.40 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
has been filed against you, and you,
ry required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to this action,
on Greenspoon Marder, P.A. Default
Department, Attorneys for Plaintiff,
whose address is Trade Centre
South, Suite 700, 100 West Cypress
Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309, and file the original with
the Clerk within 30 days after the
first publication of this notice, in the
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
onr or before June 14, 2012; otherwise
a default and a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF
SAID COURT on this 7m day of May,
012.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of said Court
By: Robin.Gay
-: As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
a: reasonable accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should,
Ob later than seven (7) days prior,
.contact the Clerk of the Court's


disability coordinator at 904-964-6280,
BRADFORD CTY COURTHOUSE,
PO DRAWER B, STARKE, FL 32091.
.f: hearing impaired, contact (TDI)
800-955-8771 via Florida Relay
System.
: 5/17 2tchg 5/24-BCT
S LEGAL NOTICE
-Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage.
'Act Statutes 'Sec. 83.801-83.809,
NOTICE: A Public Auction will be held
on May 31, 2012 at 10:00 A.M. at C &
C Mini Storage, 1670 S. Walnut Street,
Hwy 301 South in Starke, Florida.
he' following units will be sold to the
hig est bidder, and continuing day to
day thereafter until sold.
1-58 T. Marston
1-4 M.Williams


1-32 L. Hyman
1-30 M. Wright
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 94-20J 0-CA-660
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING
LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintiff,
v.
CHRISTY GARCIA A/K/A CHRISTY
A. MARLOWE, ET AL,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Summary Judgment
dated May 3, 2012, entered in Civil'
Case No.: 04-2010-CA-660, of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Circuit in
and for Bradford County, Florida,
wherein BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC
HOME LOANS SERVICING LP F/K/A
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING LP is Plaintiff, and
CHRISTY GARCIA AKA CHRISTY A.
MARLOWE, ARRON J. MARLOWE,
USAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK,
SUNSTATE FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION, JOHN DOE N/K/A TIM
FUGATT and JANE DOE N/K/A
BOBBI FUGATT are Defendants.
The clerk will sell to the highest bidder
for cash at the lobby of Bradford
County Family/Civil Justice Center,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, FL
32091 at 11:00 a.m. on the 7m day of
June, 2012, the following described
real property as set forth in said Final
Summary Judgment, to wit:
LOT 14, BLOCK 3, SARATOGA
HEIGHTS UNIT III, AS -PER PLAT
THEREOF,. AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE-3, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA. *
This property is located at the street
address of: 1240 BLANDING ST.,
STARKE, FL 32091.
If you are a "person claiming a right
to fqnds remaining after the sale, you
must file a claim with the clerk no later
than.60 days after the sale. If you fail
to file a claim, you will not be entitled
to any-remaining funds. After 60 days,
only the owner of record as of the.
date of the lis pendens may claim the
surplus:
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the court on May 3, 2012.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A.
350 Jim Moran Blvd. Suite 100
Deerfield Beach,FL 33442
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, if you are a person with
a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled,
at no cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance.' Please contact
Jan Phillips, 'ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Courthouse, 201
East University Ave., Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
-receiving this notification .if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice'impaired call 711.
5/24 2tchg 5/31-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given:
Mark W. Lahti
Last known address of:
462 SE 66" St.
Starke, FL 32091
You .are hereby notified that your
eligibilityto 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: May 21, 2012
5/24 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
(EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
IAND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-000139
SEC.:
FLAGSTAR BANK, FSB,
Plaintiff,
v.
LORA M. LEWIS; WESLEY
L. LEWIS; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
.INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; SHANDS
TEACHING HOSPITAL AND
CLINICS, INC. D/B/A SHANDS AT
AGH;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuant
to an Order of Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure dated May
10, 2012, entered in Civil Case No.
04-2011-CA-000139 of the Circuit
Court will sell to the highest bidder
for cash on .the 14th day of June,
2012, at 11:00 a.m. in the Lobby of
the Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091, relative to the following
described property as set forth in the
Final Judgment, to wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
S V OF THE SE %A OF THE NW V% OF
SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY


DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NW %/ AND RUN
NORTH 00 DEGREES 24 MINUTES
AND 22 SECONDS, EAST, ALONG
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY
THEREOF, 665.79 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD FOUND ON THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF SAID
S V1 OF SE 'A OF NW A%; THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 48 MINUTES
38 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY, 922.08
FEET TO A FOUND IRON ROD
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED CONTINUE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 48 MINUTES
38 SECONDS .WEST, ALONG


SAID NORTHERLY BOUNDARY,
369.42 FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
FOUND ON THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY (AS MAINTAINED) OF NW 40TH
STREET (A COUNTY MAINTAINED
GRADED ROAD); THENCE SOUTH
09 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 38
SECONDS EAST, ALONG LAST
SAID EASTERLY BOUNDARY386.31
FEET TO AN IRON PIPE FOUND
AT AN INTERSECTION WITH THE
NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RIGHT OF WAY (AS MAINTAINED)
OF NW 65TH AVENUE (A COUNTY
MAINTAINED GRADED ROAD);
THENCE NORTH 86 DEGREES,
10 MINUTES 38 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG LAST SAID NORTHERLY
BOUNDARY, 336.63 FEET TO
A FOUND IRON ROD; THENCE
NORTH 04 DEGREES 51 MINUTES
51 SECONDS WEST, 358.61 FEET.
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 2002
HOMES OF MERIT DOUBLE
WIDE MOBILE HOME WITH VIN
#FLHMLCF166925418A AND VIN
#FLHMLCF166925418B.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact:
Ms. Jan Phillips, ADA Coordinator
Alachua County Courthouse,
201 University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: (352) 337-6237
at least 7 days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notification if the
time before the scheduled appearance
is less than 7 days; if you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
DATED AT STARKE, FLORIDA THIS
15TH DAY OF MAY, 2012.
MARIA E. SANDBAK
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
This is an attempt to collect a debt
and any information obtained may be
used for that purpose.
5/24 2tchg 5/31-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 04-2012-CA-000104
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. AS
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
LP F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING, LP,
Plaintiff,
vs.
UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS,
TRUSTEES OF WILLIAM EUGENE
PAUL, DECEASED; SHAWN PAUL,
HEIR; IF LIVING, INCLUDING
ANY UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF
REMARRIED, AND IF DECEASED,
THE RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES,
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
CLAIMING I, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE;NAMED
DEFENDANTSS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, TRUSTEES
OF WILLIAM EUGENE PAUL,
DECEASED
Whose residences) is/are unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY required to file
your answer or written defenses, if
any, in the above proceeding with
the Clerk of this Court, and to serve
a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
attorney, Law Offices of Daniel C.
Consuegra,. 9204 King Palm Drive,
Tampa, FL 33619-1328, telephone


(813) 915-8660, facsimile (813) 915-
0559, within thirty days of the first
publication of this Notice, the nature
of this proceeding being a suit for
foreclosure of mortgage again* "'-
following described property, to wit:
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast
/A of the Southwest % of Section 27,
Township 6 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida, said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Northwest corner of
said Southeast % of the Southwest
/4 and run South 00 degrees 53
minutes 25 seconds East, along the
Westerly boundary thereof, 347.37
feet to a set iron rod; thence North
76 degrees 38 minutes 52 seconds
East, 221.02 feet to a set iron rod
for the Point of Beginning. From the
Point of Beginning thus described,
continue North 76 degrees 38
minutes 52 seconds Eabst, 217.11
feet to a set iron rod, thence South 12
degrees 59 minutes 20 seconds East,
202.20 feet to an iron rod set on the
Northerly boundary of the right of way
of County Road S-235 (100 foot right
of way); thence South 77 degrees 28
minutes 19 seconds West, along said
Northerly boundary, 217.12 feet to a
set iron rod; thence North 12 degrees
59 minutes 20 seconds West, 199.07
feet to the Point of Beginning.
To include a:
2003 RDMN, VIN 11439205A and
0091112034
2003 RDMN, VIN 11439205B and
0091112090
If you fail to file your response
or answer, if any, in the above
proceeding with the Clerk of this
Court, and to serve a copy thereof
upon the plaintiff's attorney, Law
Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra, 9204
King Palm Dr., Tampa, Florida 33619-
1328, telephone (813) 915-8660,
facsimile (813) 915-0559, within
thirty days of the first publication of
this Notice, a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint or petition.
DATED.at BRADFORD County this
15th day of May, 2012.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
(ADA) REQUESTS FOR
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR NOTICE
OF COURT PROCEEDINGS:
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at. no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact Ms. Jan Phillips,
ADA Coordinator, Alachua County
Family and Civil Justice Center,
201 East University Avenue, Room
410, Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)
337-6237 at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.
If you. are deaf or hard of hearing
and require an ASL interpreter
or an assisted listening device to
participate in a proceeding, please
contact the Court Interpreter Program
at interpreter@circuit8.org.
5/24 2tchg 5/31-BCT
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF
BRADFORD COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT' :
BOUNDARIES
(REDISTRICTING)
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD
TOOK THE FOLLOWING
ACTION AT THEIR REGULAR
SCHEDULED MEETING HELD
Monday, March 12, 2012 AT
6:00 P.M.
The Bradford County School Board
convened in a regular meeting on
Monday, March 12, 2012, at 6:00
p.m., in the School Board Room at
the School Board District Office, at
501 West Washington Street, Starke,
Florida.
PRESENT: Chairman Jones, Vice
Chair Creighton, Board Member
Alvarez, Board Member Chappell and


Board Member Kittles..
ALSO PRESENT: Beth Moore,
Superintendent; John Cooper, Board
Attorney; Lila Sellars, Executive
Secretary; Lisa Prevatt, Assistant
Superintendent; Richard Sapp,
Supervisor of Facilities, Maintenance
and Transportation; Carol Clyatt,
Director Accountability and Special
Programs; Barbara Johns, Director
ESE and Student Services; Dotty
Rondelli, Supervisor Food Service; Dr.
Steve Miller, Director Technology and
Information Services; Randy Whytsell,
Director of Human Resources; Julee
Tinsler, Finance Director; Christy
Reddish, Director of Vocational-
Technical Adult and Community
Education; Mark Crawford, BCT
(Press); Carol Milner, Assistant
Supervisor of Elections.(Following is
an excerpt from the minutes of the
March 12, 2012, Regular Scheduled
Meeting.)
RESOLUTION
A RESOLUTION 'REPEALING
ALL PRIOR DISTRICT SCHOOL
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA MEMBER RESIDENCE
VOTING BOUNDARY AREAS AND
ESTABLISHING NEW VOTING
BOUNDARIES FOR BOARD
MEMBER RESIDENCE AREAS IN
ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA
STATUTES SECTION 1901.36
Attorney, John Cooper presented the
resolution for consideration and read
the title into the record. Following the
reading of the resolution and having
no questions or comments. Motion
by Roman Alvarez made motion to
approve the resolution as presented,
seconded by Vivian Chappell and
motion carried 5-0. Redistricting Plan
A. (The Resolution assigned No.
2012-01 attached here to is made a
part of these minutes. Exhibit A of said
resolution contains legal descriptions
for the new district boundaries.)
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD
Randy Jones, Chairman
Beth Moore, Superintendent
RESOLUTION 12-01
A RESOLUTION REPEALING
ALL PRIOR DISTRICT SCHOOL
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA MEMBER RESIDENCE
VOTING BOUNDARY AREAS AND
ESTABLISHING NEW VOTING
BOUNDARIES FOR BOARD
MEMBER RESIDENCE AREAS IN
ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA
STATUTES SECTION 1001.36
WHEREAS, the School Board
is authorized by Florida Statutes
Section 1001.36 to make any change
that it deems necessary in the voting
boundaries of any School Board
member residence area; and
WHEREAS, the 2010 Census data
demonstrated that the existing District
School Board of Bradford County,
Florida (the "School Board") member
voting boundaries for residence are
unequal in population; And
WHEREAS, the School Board
desires that the voting boundaries
reflect population equity in accordance
with the 2010 Census data; and
WHEREAS, on 03-1-2012 at
a special meeting called for that
purpose, the School Board voted
unanimously to have coterminous
voting district boundaries with
the Board of Bradford County
Commissioners in order to benefit
the general public and the Bradford
County Supervisor of Elections.
NOW,ZJHEREFORE..BE 'IT
'RESOLVED by the. School Board.
that:
1. Pursuant to the authority, of Florida
Statutes Section 1001.36, all prior
voting boundaries for School Board
member residence areas are hereby
repealed and the new boundaries are
hereby established to encompass the
areas described as set forth in Exhibit
A attached hereto and incorporated
herein by reference.
2. Pursuantto Florida Statutes Section
1001.36, the Sch6ol Board directs its
staff to: (a) enter this Resolution upon
the minutes of the School Board; (b)
record this Resolution in the Office
of the Clerk-of'the Court for Bradford
County, Florida; (c) publish the new
voting boundaries for School Board
member residence areas at least


once in a newspaper published in the
School District within thirty (30) days
after the adoption of this Resolution;
and (d) transmit to the Florida
Department of State a certified copy
of this Resolution.
Passed and duly adopted this ,12t
day of March, 2012. .
DULY PASSED RESOLUTION,
ENACTED AND ADOPTED BY THE
SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA THIS 12TH DAY
OF MARCH, 2012.
Bradford County School District
of Bradford County, Florida
RESOLUTION 2012-01
Bradford County School District
Boundaries
EXHIBIT A
Bradford School Board Member
DISTRICT 1'
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Voting district 1 covering a portion of
Bradford County, Florida being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the intersection of the
Centerline of State Road 200 (U.S.
301) with the Easterly boundary of
Section 36, Township 4 South, Range
22 East (the Easterly boundary of
Bradford County) and run Southerly,
along said Easterly boundary of
Bradford County, to an intersection
with the centerline of State Road
16; thence Westerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of Old Lawtey Road;
thence Southerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
centerline of Thomas Street; thence
Westerly, along said centerline, to an
inter section with the centerline of St.
Clair Street; thence Northerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of Washington Street;
thence Northwesterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
center line of State Road 200 (U.S.
301); thence Northeasterly, along said
center line, to an intersection with the
centerline of Georgia Street; thence
Westerly, along said centerline, to
an intersection with the Easterly
boundary of the W1/4 of Section 21,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East;
thence Northerly ,along said Easterly
boundary, within the right of way of
Grand Street to its Northerly terminus;
thence continue along said Easterly
Boundary to an intersection with the
Northerly boundary of said Section
21 (also the Northerly boundary of the
city limits of Starke); thence Easterly,
along said Northerly boundary, to an
intersection with said centerline of
State Road 200 (U.S. 301);thence
Northeasterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the Easterly
boundary of Bradford County and the
Point of Beginning.
Bradford School Board Member
DISTRICT 2
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Voting district 2 covering a portion of
Bradford County, Florida being more
.particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of Section 24, Township 4 South,
Range 22 East (the Northeast corner
of Bradford County) for the Point of
Beginning and run Southerly, along
the Easterly boundary thereof, to an
intersection with the centerline of
State Road 200 (U.S. 301); thence
Southwesterly, along said centerline
toan intersection with the centerline of
Market Road; thence Westerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection.,
with the centerline of State. Road
16; thence Northyesterly, along said
centerline, to aj intersection with the '
centerline of NW 177th Street; thence
Westerly, along said centerline, to
an intersection with the. centerline
of County Road 229; thence
Northwesterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the centerline
of NW 180th Street; thence Westerly,
along said centerline to an intersection
with the centerline of County Road
225; thence Northerly, along said
centerline, to an inter section with the
centerline of County Road 229; thence
Northwesterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the thread
of the stream of New River and the
Northwesterly boundary of Bradford

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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2012 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


LEGALS
Continued from 6A
County; thence Northeasterly, along
said Northwesterly boundary and
along the thread of said stream, to
an intersection with the Northerly
boundary of Section 19, Township
4 South, Range 22 East and the
Northerly boundary of said Bradford
County; thence Easterly, along the
Northerly boundary of Bradford
Courty to the Point of Beginning.
Bradford School Board Member
DISTRICT 3
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Voting district 3 covering a portion of
Bradford County, Florida being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the intersection of
the Easterly boundary of Section
24, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, (the Easterly boundary of
Bradford County) with the centerline
of State Road 16 and run Southerly,
along said Easterly boundary to an
intersection with the centerline of
the CSX Transportation Railroad
(DuPont Spur) in Section 1, Township'
7 South, Range 22 East; thence
Northwesterly, along said centerline
to. an intersection with the centerline
of County Road 100-A (Griffis Loop);
thence Northerly and Westerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection with
the Center line of State Road 100;
thence Northwesterly, along said
Centerline, to an intersection with the
thread of the stream of Alligator Creek;
thence Westerly, along said thread of
the stream, to an intersection with
the Easterly boundary of the W1/4 of
Section 32, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, (the Westerly boundary
of the city limits of Starke); thence
Northerly, along said Easterly and
Westerly boundaries and along the
Easterly boundary of the W1/4 of
Section 29, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, to an intersection with the
Centerline of State Road 100; thence
Northwesterly, along said centerline,
to an..intersection with the centerline
of County Road 225; thence
Northerly, along said centerline, to an
intersection with the Centerline of NW
180th Street; thence Easterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of County Road
229; thence Southeasterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of NW 177th
Street; thence Easterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
Centerline of State Road 16; thence
Southeasterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the Northerly
boundary of Section 20, Township 6
South, Range 22 East (the Northerly
* boundary of the city limits of Starke);
thence Easterly, along said Northerly
boundary thereof and along the
Northerly boundary of Section 21, to
the Northeast corner of the W1/4 of
said Section 21; thence Southerly,
along said Easterly boundary, to an
intersection with the centerline of
Georgia Street; thence Easterly, along
.said centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of State Road 200
(U.S. 301); thence Southerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection with


the centerline of East Washington
Street; thence Southeasterly, along
said centerline to an intersection
with the centerline ofSt. Clair Street;
thence Southwesterly, along said
Centerline, to an intersection with the
centerline of Thomas Street; thence
Easterly, along said centerline, to an
intersection with the centerline of Old
Lawtey Road; thence Northerly along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of State Road
16; thence Northeasterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
Easterly boundary of Bradford County
and the Point of Beginning.
Bradford School Board Member
DISTRICT 4
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Voting district 4 covering a'portion of
Bradford County, Florida being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the intersection of
the Easterly boundary of Bradford
County with the centerline of the CSX
Transportation Railroad (DuPontSpur)
in Section 1, Township 7 South, Range
22 East for the Point of Beginning and
run Southerly, along said Easterly
boundary, to the Southeast corner
of Section 12, Township 9 South,
Range 22 East and the Southeast
corner of Bradford County; thence
Westerly, along the Southerly
boundary thereof, to an intersection
with the Easterly boundary of the
Sovereign ownership line of Santa Fe
Lake (141 foot contour NGVD 1929);
thence Northwesterly, along said
ownership line of Santa Fe Lake and
along the Sovereign Ownership line
'of Little Santa-Fe Lake to the current
Bradford/Alachua County lines;
thence Northerly and Westerly, along
said County Line, to an intersection
with the Centerline of County Road
225; thence Northerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of County Road 227;
thence Northeasterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of State Road-200
(U.S. 301); thence Southerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of County Road
221; thence Southeasterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of SE 109th
Street; thence Easterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
centerline of State Road 100; thence
Northwesterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the centerline
of Southeast County Road 100-A
(Griffis Loop) in Section 33, Township
6 South, Range 22 East; thence
Easterly and Southerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
centerline of the CSX Transportation
Railroad (DuPont Spur); thence
Southeasterly, along said centerline,
to an intersection with the Easterly
boundary of Bradford County and the
Point of Beginning.
Bradford School Board Member
DISTRICT 5
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Voting district 5 covering a portion of
Bradford Couht, Florida being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the intersection of the
Centerline of County Road 225 with
the Bradford/Alachua County line (the
thread of the stream of the Santa-Fe
River) for the Point of Beginning and


run Northwesterly along said Bradford/
Alachua County line) to an intersection
with the thread of the stream of New
River (the Bradford/Union County
line); thence Northeasterly, along
said Bradford/Union County Line, to
an intersection with the centerline
of County Road 229 in Section
29, Township 5 South, Range 21
East; thence Southeasterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of County Roads
225; thence Southerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of State Road 100;
thence Southeasterly along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the Easterly boundary of the W1/4
of Section 29, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East(being the Westerly
boundary of the city limits of Starke),
thence Southerly, along said Easterly
and Westerly boundaries, to an
intersection with the thread of the
stream of Alligator Creek; thence
Easterly, along said thread of the
stream, to an intersection with the
centerline of State Road 100 (S.
Water St.) thence Southeasterly,
along said centerline, to an
intersection with the centerline of SE
109th Street; thence Westerly, along
said centerline, to an intersection with
the centerline of County Road 221;
thence Northwesterly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with the
centerline of State Road 200 (U.S.
P01); thence Northeasterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
with the centerline of 'County Road
227; thence Southwesterly, along
said centerline, to an intersection
.with the centerline of County Road
225; thence Southerly, along said
centerline, to an intersection with
the thread of the stream of Santa-Fe
River and the Point of Beginning.
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Water
conservation
urged
The Suwannee River Water
Management continues to urge
all water users to conserve in
light of ongoing drought condi-
tions.
"We're asking everyone to re-
duce water use, particularly lawn
and landscape irrigation, which
typically consumes half of the
water used for residential sup-
ply," said district Acting Execu-
tive Director Charlie Houder.
The 12 months ending on
April 30 had the lowest rain-
fall total (37.46 inches) of all
May-April periods since 1932,
and was the third driest of all
12-month periods. The district's
average 12-month deficit rose to
17.1 inches, with some areas ex-
periencing more than 25 inches
of deficit.
River flows are extremely low,
and gages on some rivers are set-
ting new record low flows for this
time of year. Part of the Santa
Fe River near High Springs has
nearly stopped flowing.
Levels at all monitored lakes


are below average. Groundwater
levels continue to decrease, with
almost all of district monitor
wells setting new record lows for
the time of year and many setting
new historic lows.
Most of the springs on the
Santa Fe are near or below record
low levels. Treehouse Spring
in Alachua County had no ob-
servable flow for the first time
in its record. Manatee Springs
continued to set new low aver-
age monthly flows, and Fanning
Springs saw the intrusion of river
water during high tides because
of low spring flow.
The three-month precipitation
outlook issued by the Climate
Prediction Center is for' equal
chances of above-normal, nor-
mal or below-normal precipita-
tion through July. Above-nor-
mal temperatures are expected
through July.
District staff continues to eval-
uate the need to declare a Phase
III Water Shortage Order to re-
quire water use restrictions for
all users. Under the water short-
age order, restrictions, and some
exemptions, would apply to resi-
dential, agriculture, commercial
and industrial users. Water short-
age restrictions are intended to


reduce the demand on water sup- -"-
plies during drought
For now, a water shortage ad-
visory is in effect, which urges
all users to conserve. Residents
and others within the district fall
under mandatory limits on lawn
and landscape irrigation and
water use permit holders are re-
quired to implement water con-
servation plans.
For more information abdut.
limits on landscape irrigation,
visit -www.mysuwanneeriver;::--
com.

Plan to come
together
Concerned Citizens of Brad-,.:
ford County is planning the next.
Come Together Day for June,.
9-10. Booth rentals are $50 'foQ:'
vendors and community organi-'
zations that wish to participate.-'
.In addition, male softball reg-.
istration for the games that day'-.
will continue from now through
May.
In addition to vendors andf;
games, the event will feature
food and entertainment. For more,
information, please call 904-964-.
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Attorney Paul Saunders (far left) recently swore in new Starke Woman's Club officers
Evelyn Womack, Lisa Tatum, Nancy Roberts, Brenda Farnsworth, Jackie Morrow,
Brenda Fertig, Mary Bridgman and Linda Lee. Pictured at right is the club's Woman of
the Year, Connie Best.


Woman's Club.
enjoys an
evening a Paris
The Woman's Club of Starke
held its first annual fundraising
gala on Friday, May 11. This
year's themed event was "An
Evening in Paris."
The building was decorated in-
side and out with sidewalk caf6s


and flower carts and Eiffel tow-
ers. Dinner was courtesy of the
members of the Woman's Club
of Starke and featured a French
themed menu. Girls from the
Florida National Guard Youth
Challenge program from Camp
Blanding assisted in the kitchen
and with serving the attendees.
Entertainment was lavish,
starting with a cancan perfor-
mance by members of the Starke


Academy of Dance (Laura
Theus, director) followed by a
mime (Arley McRae), sketch
artist 'Elissa Biggs and, to'cap
the evening off, Ben Carter and
his band played while attendees
'danced, visited with each other
and bid on the many silent auc-
tion items.
The event was quite successful
and the club plans to present it
again each year.


Women treated to health fair
Tonya Vinson of the Bradford County Health Department
prepares to draw blood from Patty Tiner during the
department's health fair for women Thursday morning.
The health department offered glucose, cholesterol,
blood pressure and body mass screenings during the
event. Vendors also provided information and giveaways
during the fair.


Pleasant
Grove hosting
candidate meet
and greet
The Pleasant Grove Action
Group will host a meet and greet


for all candidates running for any
public office or those currently in
office on Saturday July 14, from
10 a.m. to noon in the Pleasant
Grove Park. Refreshments will
be served. Come out and get your
questions answered and concerns
expressed before the primary
election in August.


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SFirst Christian Church and
SStarke Christian School are hold-
ing their soccer camp again this
year from June 11-14. Canip
S times are 8-11 a.m., and the
camp is for children ages 4 to
S12 years old. No previous soccer
experience is needed. Campers
Swho sign up by the June 1 dead-
- line will also receive a T-shirt as
Part of their registration. SocCer
Camp was a big hit with children
Aast summer.
The campers enjoyed a fun-
filled environment where they
practiced soccer techniques such
as dribbling, passing; shooting,
heading and goalkeeping. Camp-
ers also played soccer matchds.
Most of all, participants got lots
of exercise and had a blast! Call
904-964-6100 for more informa-
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at 507 W. Call St. in Starke for a
registration form.


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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Tigers defeat Holmes County 6-3 to capture 1A title


SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Brian Tomlinson, the head
coach of the Union County High
School baseball team, didn't
want the run to end. The Tigers
had given the fifth-year coach his
first-ever district championship
and followed that with his first-


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game
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was the same old story for
the Union County baseball team,
and that story has put the Tigers
in position to win the program's
first-ever state championship.'
The Tigers were riding a three-
game streak in which they shut
out each of their opponents.
Nothing changed on an even
bigger stage as pitchers Dustin
Hersey and Kyle Shealy allowed
a combined four hits in Union's
8-0 win over Hilliard in a May
21, Class 1A semifinal game at
Digital Domain Park in Port St.
Lucie.
. Hersey (10-2), who started the
game, rebounded from a shaky
start in which he gave up two
walks in the first inning and had
to pitch out of a bases-loaded
situation. The Red Flashes,
though,, got only one hit off of
Hersey in the four innings he
pitched.
"As the game progresses, I
get better," said Hersey, who
admitted he's nervous at the
start of games. "When I started
walking (batters), I was like, 'All
right. Throw strikes and let the
defense work."'
Shealy entered the game in the
See ADVANCE, 7B
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ever regional championship.
Tomlinson got his wish, as
the Tigers were not content to
simply have made it to the state
tournament at Digital Domain
Park in Port St. Lucie. Union,
after an 8-0 semifinal win over
Hilliard, got two RBI each from
Austin Harden and Kyle Shealy


in a 6-3 win over Bonifay
Holmes County in the Class 1A
championship game on May 22.
It is the first state title for
Tomlinson, but even bigger is
the fact it is the school's first-
ever state championship in
baseball.
They did not take part in

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Dustin Hersey
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third as he
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a single by
Austin Harden
Sin the Tigers'
8-0 Class 1A
semifinal win
over Hilliard.
Hersey earned
S up one hit in
four innings,
to send the
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S.: championship
game against
Holmes County.


Kyle Shealy pitched three innings of relief in the win
over Hilliard and had three RBI in the two tournament
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the celebratory dogpiles that
followed the district and
regional championship wins,
but Tomlinson and his coaches
were right there with the players
following the win over Holmes
County.
"It is the greatest feeling I've
ever experienced in coaching,"
Tomlinson said.
TheTigers (22-8) wereonquite
a postseason run, having shutout
both regional opponents as well
as Hilliard in the state semifinals.
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against Union, which dated back
to the District 7 championship
win over Newberry, ended at 32
when Holmes scored two runs in
the fifth.
By that point, though, Union
already had all six of its runs-a
fact that surprised Tomlinson
after watching Holmes defeat
Panama City Bozeman 7-1 the
previous day.
"They're a good team,"
Tomlinson said of Holmes. "I
think they might have been a
little tight. I don't know."


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That would seem to be- he
case as the Blue Devils (25-4)
committed two errors in the top
of the first, allowing Cole Kite
and Dustin Hersey to reach
safely with no outs. The Tigers
scored only run, though, off of a
sacrifice fly by Dylan Allen that
was sandwiched between two
strikeouts by Holmes pitcher Ty
Russ.
Holmes threatened to score
in the bottom half of the inning
when Russ hit a double,followed
by a line-drive single up the
middle by Cole Long. That put
runners at the covers with one
out, but pitcher Allen forced the
Devils to ground out twice to
end the inning.
Union's first two batters of
the third were retired, but the
Tigers managed to score three
runs. Harden drew a walk,
followed by Allen's single into
left. Shealy then singled, scoring
Corey Hersey, a courtesy runner
for Harden. Ah error on the play
allowed Cody Tice, a courtesy
runner for Allen, to score. Shealy
moved to second on the error
and then took third on a passed
ball. He scored on Troy Kite's
second hit of the game, putting
the Tigers up 4-0.
Kite finished the game 2-for-
4.
Allen, who was 2-for-3, drove
in a run in the fourth with a
single. The Tigers then scored
their last run in the fifth, getting
three consecutive singles from
Trey Owen, Colby Cothren and
Cole Kite, with Kite's hit scoring
Owen.
Allen had given up three hits
up to that point, but Holmes
led off the bottom of the fourth
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-Lawtey Correctional takes

on dog-training program


- Members of the 221st Explosive Ordnance Detachment are pictured during a May
18 deployment ceremony at Camp Blanding.

Blanding's 221st EOD sent

off with May 18 ceremony


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Capt. Shaun Machaffie's duty
to his country involves the risk of
working with explosive devices,'
but it was the family members
who will be staying at home that
was at the forefront of his mind
during a deployment ceremony
:for the 221sP Explosive Ordnance
-Detachment at Camp Blanding
,on May 18.
' "With this deployment, you are
.also answering our call to duty,"
,.Machaffie said. "Your lives have
-been interrupted. You're going,
-to face birthdays, anniversaries,
-holidays and major milestones
-separated from your loved one,
\ orr ing about their safety."
The 221" members, who will
be joined by members of the
Alabama and North Carolina
national guards, will take part in
additional training at Fort Bliss,
ITexas, before departing overseas
for service in countries such as
'Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait.
One of those going overseas
is 2001 Keystone Heights
:High School graduate Joshua
Glasscock, who currently lives
-in Alabama. It will be the second
-deployment for Glasscock,


Josh Glasscock, a Keystone Heights High School
graduate, is pictured with his wife, Katie, and their
children, Lexi and Makenzle.


but that doesn't make it any
easier for his mother, Theresa
Whitfield, t'say goodbye.
"I understand what they're
doing and why they're doing


it," said Whitfield, a teacher at
Keystone Heights High School.
"It's never easy to watch your
See DEPLOY, 4B


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Every dog has its day, but
the day was coming when the
Humane- Society of Northeast
Florida would lose a vital part
of its efforts to adopt dogs out to
good homes."
Now, thanks to Lawtey
Correctional Institution, a
program that utilizes inmates in
the training of dogs will continue
in Bradford County. '
The Humane Society of
Northeast Florida was involved
in a partnership with New River
Correctional Institution and Jay
King's Dog Academy in which
inmate teams trained dogs in
basic obedience over the course
of eight weeks.
The announced closing of the
-New River facility, though, left
the. Humane Society. looking
for another institution to partner
with.
In stepped Lawtey
Correctional, which has past
experience with dogs. The
institution once participated in
training seeing-eye dogs.
"You can't imagine how
thrilled I am," said Bobby Snow,
the president of the Northeast
Florida Humane Society, which
is located in Hollister. "This
program means so much to us."
SThe Humane Society's only
option when it comes to the
dogs at its facility is to find them
homes. It is a no-kill shelter.
However, as a shelter that
receives no public funding and
relies upon volunteer staffers,
it is difficult to devote the time
necessary to teach dogs basic
obedience skills-the skills
necessary to make the dogs
attractive to potential adopters.
That's where the training
programs at correctional
institutions come in. Dogs
are, assigned to teams of three
inmates: a trainer, handler and
caretaker. At least one member
of the team is with the dog at all
times.
"Out there at the shelter, we


Michael Brown leads a procession of dogs to their
crates in the inmate sleeping quarters.


give the dogs a lot of love,"
Snow said, "but we don't have
where we can spend all day
training them on all their basics.


This is what this program is all
about."


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Boots, BBQ and scholarships I Va


The fourth
annual Santa
Fe College
Boots-N-BBQ
was held at the
Bradford County
Fairgrounds,
raising money
for scholarships
designated
specifically for
Bradford County
students. LEFT:
Judges Gordon
Tucker (left) and
Nick Cassevoy
sample some
ribs.


Plenty of food
vendors were
present, selling
everything from
pretzels and
kettle corn to
hamburgers,
hot dogs and
tacos. Barbecue,
of course, was
the main draw.
RIGHT: Kelvin
Delaney of
Smoking D's
SBar-B-Que of
Tampa applies
sauce to a slab
of ribs.


LEFT: Jeff Oody of the Rotary Club of Starke raised the least amount of money
as a participant in the Kiss the Pig contest, meaning he had to smooch a swine.
Oody was game, though, applying lipstick with the help of fellow participant
Sylvia Reddish (Altrusa of Starke) and planting multiple kisses on the lucky pig.
RIGHT: Steve Denmark and other members of the Kiwanis Club of Starke helped
assist food vendor Hill's BBQ. Denmark also raised the most money as a Kiss the
Pig participant.






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Musical performances filled
both days of the event, with
Molly Hatchet headlining
the Friday night lineup,
which also featured three
other bands. ABOVE: Local
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of Jimmie Clark (left) and
Michael Calderin, closed
the event with a Saturday
performance after the
awards ceremony.

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Pictured at the Guardian ad Litem appreciation are (front, I-r) Nicole Smith, Linda Grainger, Christine Marshall,
Debbie Emerick, Linda Tatum, Mag McGauley, Rita Givens, (middle, I-r) Lisa Rodgers, Donna Young, Jean
Shuford, Steven Todd, Sue Raper, Kim Adams, Greg Sheppard, Jack Ganstine, Gaildine Nappier, Paul Crawford
(Eighth Judicial Circuit director), (back, I-r) Arthur Wright, Bob Lawry, Joe Gorden, Robin Frazer, Mellnda Mongar,
Rosa Nosek, Carlton Jones, David Walls and Marie Givens.

Guardian ad Litem volunteers honored, thanked


Volunteers with the Guard-
ian ad Litem program in Baker,
Bradford and Union counties
were recognized and thanked
for their efforts by Guardian ad
Litem Foundation members and
represetnatives of the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit on April 30 at the
,Starke Golf and Country Club.
Guardian'ad Litem volunteers
-serve as advocates in court for
children who have been abused,
neglected or abandoned by par-
tents or guardians. They provide
.information and make recom-
.mendations to the court repre-



DEPLOY
.Continued from 2B

child go, but I'm proud of him."-
SWhitfield said it is quite a
mixture of emotions one goes
through when a family member
prepares to deploys Machaffie
.can relate. This will be his first


senting the best interests of the
children.
Paul Crawford, the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit director, and Ar-
thur Wright, the supervisor of
Volunteers in Baker, Bradford
and Union counties, presented
certificates to the .volunteers,
while comments were made by
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal (foun-
dation board member), Carole
Zeigel (chairwoman of the foun-
.dation), Judge David Reiman of
Union Cdunty, Mag McGauley
(past president of the founda-
tion) and.keynote speaker Judge


Machaffie said. "It's a chess
match. They do something, we
counter it. They counter our
move. It goes back and forth."


'deployment. He is looking 4
forward to getting overseas and
performing the job he has trained
,for, but he's apprehensive as
:well.
'"It is my first deployment;
'so I am rather nervous about
:commanding them and being in
charge of 43 other individuals s
from three different states,"
Machaffie told the Telegraph-.
Times-Monitor following the
ceremony. "Ultimately, their
lives rest on my shoulders.
"It's 'been a big challenge
preparing for that."
Yet one could not look at
Machaffie and determine he
Swas nervous in any way. In fact,
during the ceremony, he calmly Capt. Shaun Machaffie (ril
told those in attendance, "I am Ordnance Detachment is
truly honored to command these Don Tyre, the-commander
great men and women. I look National Guard after receil
Forward to returning them to you
safely next year."
SIn talking with the Telegraph- Still, the risks are there, as is
Times-Monitor after the the fear. Machaffie said if he told
ceremony, Machaffie, who lives. you there was no fear.involved,
in Enterprise, Ala., talked of the he'd be lying.
risks the 221' members face in "Everyone feels fear,"
dealing with explosive hazards, Machaffie said. "It's how you
whether they be conventional control it and how you deal with
ordnance items, biological or it."
nuclear in nature, or improvised So, who volunteers for service
-explosive devices, the biggest with such a' unit? Machaffie
threats seen today. However, said a lot of explosive ordnance
.the training unit members go detachment members come
through prepares them for the from prior service for a variety
. tasks they must carry out. of reasons. Some may have been
"The most challenging aspect bored with their previous jobs.
of it, really, is the constantly Others may have felt joining a
changing enemy tactics,"' unit such as the 2211! was away


Toby Monaco of the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit.
Special thanks go to the Tat-
um family of the Starke Golf
and Country Club, Bob and Jan
Kerce, Chrissy Allen of Chris-
sy's Olde Meeting House Caf6,
Lori Thompson of Roberts In-
surance Agency and, of course,
all those who serve as volun-
teers.
There is a need for more vol-
unteers. If you have a heart for
helping children, please call
the Guardian ad Litem office in
Starke at 904-966-6237. Volun-


to be more involved.
"While every job is important
in the military," Machaffie said,
"sometimes 'it's difficult for


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pictured with Maj. Gen.
of the Florida Army
ving.the Florida flag.


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a support job they don't feel a
direct response for.
"EOD allows a lot of these
individuals to get out there and
,make a.direct impact. They can
see instant results. It makes
them feel a little bit better
about themselves while being
challenged at the same time."
Fdr Glasscock, an attention to
details seemed to make the fit a
natural.
"He was always very
meticulous in everything he
did, so I feel like it suits him,"7
Whitfield said.


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30 hours for training, observe
four hours of dependency court
and undergo a background
check.

The Guardian ad Litem Foun-
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that provides for the special
needs of the children and sup-
ports the.work of the volunteers.
Tax-deductible donations can be
made at the office in Starke at
945 N. Temple Ave.


Joining an explosive
ordnance detachment is not
easy. Machaffie said the school
used in training such personnel
currently has a 70-percent failure
rate. Therefore, those who do
make it through the school-and
they come from all branches of
service-form a tight bond.
Maj. Gen. Don Tyre, the
commander of the Florida Army
National Guard, touched on that
during his remarks -during the
deployment ceremony.
"Not everyone has the talent
or will to join their ranks," Tyre
said. "They are truly a band of
brothers and sisters."
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The Santa Fe College An-
drews Center's College for Kids
programs could be quite a boom-
ing success this year, with the
addition of several new courses,
including one that will allow
children to practice their skills
as percussionists on trash cans
and the like.
Registration is currently under
way at either the Andrews Cen-
ter or online at www.mysfcol-
lege.com for Jr. College for Kids
and College for Kids-summer
programs that allow children to
-get a taste of college life by reg-
istering for classes and actually
taking those classes on a college
campus.
Yet as the newly added Trash-
can Percussion course-inspired
by the Blue Man Group- proves,
the experience should provide
children a good time in the early
days of their summer break.
"It'll be a lot of fun," said
Cheryl Canova, the director of
the Andrews Center.
Jr. College for Kids, which is
in its second year of existence
at the Andrews Center, is for
rising third-fifth-graders. It it a
scheduled for Monday, June 25,
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The program has 10 courses td
choose from for students to makq
up a four-course schedule.
The cost for Jr. College for
Kids is $75. Some courses may
include an additional fee for supi
plies.
College for Kids, which re-
turns for its 11th year at the'Ant
drews Center, is scheduled- fot
Monday, July 9, through Friday:.
July 20. It is for rising sixth- I fO'
graders.
Full-day sessions (8:10 a.m'-
4:25 p,m.) and half-day sessions
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Daren Chandler

Chandler
graduates from
Tennessee
Daren Chandler graduated
m the University of Tennessee
' May 11,2012, with a bachelor
of rts degree in psychology and
arminor in business administra-
,ion. He is an active member of
aha Phi Alpha fraternity; and a
member of Fellowship of Chris-
tidh Athletes.
Daren is the. son of Daren
Chandler and-the grandson of
Harrington and Jennette Chan-
cler.
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Barbara and April Searcy

Mom, daughter
graduate from
Santa Fe
Barbara _Searcy graduated
fFm'the Education Preparation
Institute class at Santa Fe Col-
lge. Her daughter,April Searcy,
a 2001 Bradford High School
graduate, also graduated from the
Associate in Zoology program.
They both walked in the gradua-
tibn ceremony on May 4,2012.


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Bradford High School classof 1950 celebrated Its 62nd class reunion on Saturday,
May 19, at Hampton LakeBed & Breakfast. Nineteen graduates and 11 guests
enjoyed a delicious meal and a good time of fellowship. Front row (left to right):
Esther Shuford Hall, Joyce Newsome Gross, Jean Parker Misner, Peggy Tilly
Godwin, Jo Ann Dinkins Stith, Doris Norman Smith, Rebecca Brown Wise, Dolores
McKnight Koretz, Grace Dickinson Malone, and Elizabeth Crawford Pierce. Back
row (left to right): Pete Douglas, Jimmy Crosby, Jimmy Lee, Charles Cooley, Bob
Stefanelli, Harry Green, Glenn Conner, Paul Carter, Ray Griffls.


Reception
set for piano


Hampton
veterans'


teacher Stern group to host
on June 3 political rally


A reception is being held for
Louise Stem on Sunday, June 3,
from 2-5 p.m. atSt. Mark's Epis-
copal Church in Starke at 212 N.
Church St.
All former music students and
friends of Ms. Ster are invited
to attend dnd honor the longtime
piano teacher.
. For more information, contact
Jane' Farnsworth 904-964-7672,
Steve Denmark 904-964-5827
or Joann Scott Diddell 904-625-
5303'


Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund Inc. will host a political
rally open to all candidates on
Saturday, June 30, from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m. at Thunder Music
Park (Rose's Auction House) at
9057 U.S. 301 in Hampton.
Hamburgers and hot dogs will
be sold, with money raised, being
used to help needy veterans.
Any candidate at the local or.
state level who would like to par-
ticipate should contact Jacquelyn
Totura-who will serve as mas-
ter of ceremonies-at 904-964-
6603.


Arc of Bradford Relay for Life

softball fundraising
tourney set for bingo to be
June 15-16 held Tuesday


The Arc of Bradford County
will be hosting a fundraising
softball tourment Friday and
Saturday, June 15-16, at Little
Rain Lake Park in Keystone
Heights.
The Keystone Heights Recre-
ation Associationwiil be mranag-
ing the tournament, which will
offer concessions as well as the'
chance to win an air-hockey game
or Top Skater arcade game.
For more information, or to
register a team, please visit the
website www.arcofbradford. org,.
or call 904-964-7699.


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riding home after work on my
motorcycle I had ia head-on
collision with a bee and was
stung, only this time I had a
severe reaction to it.
Now every time I think about
May 8, 2012 I will think about
Peter 5:8 and the professional
care I received from the Sampson
City volunteer who came to
my home before the ambulance
arrived, the EMS personnel, and
the hospital staff, who with God's
help allowed me to live another
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Recent arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union

The following' individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties.
Allindividuals on this report are
presumed innocent until adjudi-
cated guilty by a court.
Yontekwa Marel Albritton,
23, of Raiford was arrested May
15 by Starke police for battery.
Stephen Troy Arnold, 35, of
Starke was arrested May 21 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license. Bond was set
at $7,000.
Marion J. Asbell, 31, of Green
Cove Springs was arrested May
16 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Michael Erwin Asher, 31, of
Starke was arrested May 20 by
Bradford deputies for misde-
meanor probation violation.
Alfredo' Ba, 23, of Hawthorne
was arrested May 15 by Brad-
ford deputies for driving with a
suspended license.
Jerry David Bradam, 46, of
Lawtey was arrested May 20 by
Bradford deputies for larceny
and two counts of failure to ap-
pear. Bond was set at, $14,000.


Shaunte Sharri Carter, 24, of
Starke was arrested May 21 by
Starke police for battery andcdis-
orderly conduct.
Sherry Colondra Covington,
28, of Starke was arrested May
17 by Bradford deputies for driv-
ing with a suspended license.
Dennis Ray Gibbs, 43, of
Hampton was arrested May 15
by Bradford deputies for felony
probation violation. Bond was
set at $10,000.
Noah Caleb Goodin, 30, was
arrested May 21 by Bradford
deputies for possession of co-
caine and narcotic eqiupment,
crimes against a person, and re-
sisting an officer. Bond was set-
at $32,000.
Terrius Germaine Green, 20,
of Starke was arrested May 21
by Bradford deputies for fraud,
possession of marijuana, felony
probation violation, nonmoving
traffic violation, and failure to
appear. Bond was set at $8,000.
Charlie Willis Griner, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
15 by Bradford deputies for fel-
ony probation violation.
Ruben Rodriguez Guitier-
rez, 32, was arrested May 19 by
Lawtey police for driving with
suspended license. Bond was set
at $10,000.
.Teresa Ashely Hollingsworth,
24, of Starke was arrested May
18 by Bradford deputies for a
traffic offense.


Garold Eugene Holsinger, 39,
of Hampton was arrested May
19 by Bradford deputies for
child neglect.
Timothy Dewayne Hylton,
43, of Starke was arrested May
18 by Starke police for two non-
moving traffic violations. Bond
was set at $6,000.
Phillip Daniel Jackson, 24, of
Macclenny was arrested May 15
by Starke police for disorderly
conduct.
Earl Johnson, 19, of Lawtey
was arrested May 15 by Starke
police for felony probation vio-
lation.
Christian Devon Lee Kates,
20, of Starke was arrested May
19 by Starke police for misde-
meanor probation violation.
Tamra G. Lindsey, 33, of
Brooker was arrested May 21
by Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of drugs and driving with
suspended license. Bond was set
at $29,000.
Timothy Thomas Manning,
23, of Lawtey was arrested May
16 by Starke police for'trespass-
ing.
Sarah Frances Massey, 24, of
Melrose was arrested May 15 by
Bradford deputies forpossession
of drugs, traffic offense, and
driving with suspended license.
Joshua Allen Matthews, 28,
of Lawtey was arrested May 20
by Bradford deputies for bur-


glary, larceny and dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set at
$51,000.
Matthew Hunter Mruz, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
17 by Bradford deputies for fel-
ony probation violation.
Jennifer Nettles, 39, of Starke
was arrested May 17 by Starke
police for possession of drugs
and narcotic equipment, Bond
was set at $6,000.
Alexander Marco Palazzi, 21,
of Starke was arrested May 18
by Bradford deputies for fraud.
Robbie E Reid, 27, of Starke
was arrested May 15 by Starke
police for disorderly conduct.
Janet Ford Ricks,47,of Starke
was arrested May 15 by Starke
police for possession of narcotic
equipment.
) Roxanne M. Roberts, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 15 by Bradford deputies
for misdemeanor probation vio-
lation.
Jeffery Dylan Rosier, 18, of
Starke was arrested May 20 by
Starke police for misdemeanor
probation violation.
Rapheal Reshay Samuel,
19, of Ocala was arrested May
20, by Starke police for posses-
sion of marijuana and fleeing/
eluding police. Bond was set at
$11,000.
Joyce A. Schueler, 41, of
Starke was arrested May 21 by


Bradford deputies for' posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond was set at
$15,000.
Krystal Lashawn Troutman,
27, of Starke was arrested May
21 by Starke police for disorder-
ly conduct.
Carolyn Lynn Williams, 51,
of Starke was arrested May 16
by Starke police for two counts
of burglary, larceny, trespassing
and loitering. Bond was set at
$35,000.
Felicia Stache Williams, 34,
of Lawtey was arrested May 17
by-Starke police for larceny.
John Daniel Willis, 32, of
Baldwin was arrested May 18
by Bradford deputies for driving
with suspended license.
Christopher Wilson, 34, of
Hampton was arrested May 20
by Bradford deputies for con-
tempt of court. Bond was set at
$50,000.
Michel Andrea Kay Zukoski,
19, of Hampton was arrested
May 18 by Bradford deputies for
failure to appear.
Alexander Nicholas Lukatz
was arrested May 15 by Union
deputies for aggravated -assault
with a deadly weapon without
intent to kill.
Jerry Alan Johnson was ar-
rested May 17 by Union depu-
ties for burglary of structure/
conveyance and felony criminal
mischief.
.John Andrew Slocum was ar-
rested May 21 by Union depu-
ties for driving while license
suspended.


Elizabeth M. Woodruff was
arrested May 16 by Union depu-
ties for driving while license
suspended.
Adarius Jacobi Parker was ar-
rested May 16 by Union depu-
ties for driving while license
suspended.
Jon Tyler Griffis was arrested
May 15 by Union deputies for
driving while license suspended.
Clarence Griffin Sr. was ar-
rested May 21 by Union depu-
ties for two counts of worthless
checks.
Latosha Louise Jenkins was
arrested May 21 by Union depu-
ties for worthless check.
Leonard Craft, 54, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
15 by Clay deputies for driving
while license suspended.
Joseph Margan, 22, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
15 by Clay deputies violation of
probation-drug offender and lit-
ter over 500 pounds.
Jason Norman, 41, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
15 by Clay deputies for con-
tempt-driver license expired.
Jonathan Brooker, 22, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
16 by Clay deputies for grand
theft, fraudulent use of credit
card, and two counts of viola-
tion of probation-grand theft and
fraud.
Troy Sturgis, 42, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 19 by
Clay deputies for failure of de-
fendant on bail to appear.


Corey Hayes
handles one of
the five dogs
being trained
in Lawtey
Correctional
Institution's
TAILS program.
Teams of three
inmates will
work with each
dog through a
12-week period.


get a new animal to occupy their
minds and their time.
King has seen the strong
bonds the inmates form with the
dogs. He has even seen inmates
cry at their dogs' graduation
ceremonies.
"A dog can reach that person's
heart," King was quoted as
saying in an Oct. 27, 2011,
Telegraph-Times-Monitor story
on the training program at New
River Correctional. "I just love
it."


DOGS
Continued from 2B

At New River, the program
was known as "ADAPT," which
stood for "Adoptable Dogs
After Prison Training." Lawtey
Correctional Warden Edward
Griffin, though, announced
'the program's name is now
"TAILS," which stands for
"Teaching Animals, Inmates
Life Skills."
SWhatever you call it, the
program has been successful.
Snow said every dog of the fourth
and last group that was trained at
New River was adopted.
"Overall, with the four
classes, we ended up with an
86-percent adoption rate, which
is fabulous," Snow said.
The program at Lawtey
Correctional will not only
'incorporate basic-command
training, but therapy training as
well, making the dogs able to
assist people with disabilities,
Therefore, the dogs will train
with their inmate teams for 12
weeks as opposed to the eight
weeks of training they, were
receiving in the program at New
River.
Lawtey Correctional Sgt.
David Moore will be in charge
of the program at the institution.
He was the backup to the
sergeant who was in charge of
the seeing eye-dog program, so
he is familiar with working with
dogs.
"When it tame up that we
were going to get another dog
program, I volunteered," Moore
said.
Moore said he looks forward
to seeing the program develop
and how it affects the inmates
who work with the dogs. What
he noticed with the seeing eye-
dog program and what he's
already seeing with the TAILS
program is that being with the
dogs seems, to calm the inmates,
who, as you can imagine, deal
with frustration over their
situation.
Working with the dogs also
gives the inmates a sense of
purpose-working toward the


end result of helping a dog find
a good home.
Moore said happier inmates
make for a better environment to
work in.
"Personally, I'm actually
really excited to come to work
because I get to be part of this
program," Moore said.
Jay King, who works with the
inmates on how to train the dogs
as well as selecting the dogs that
will participate in the program,
said Moore's past experience
with dogs at the institution is
helpful.


"We don't have to educate
him too much on (dogs') body
language and stuff like that,"
King said. "He knows dogs.
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period, which is capped with a
graduation ceremony, another
group is immediately brought
Sin. That is*to counteract feelings
of sadness and loss inmates may
experience in no longer being
with the animals they have
developed a bond with during
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ADVANCE
Continued from 18

fifth and earned the save, giving
up three hits.
It has been quite a run for
Union pitchers since a 4-0 win
over Newberry in the District
7-1A championship game, but
head coach Brian Tomlinson
said someone who should get
as much attention as Hersey,
Shealy and pitcher Dylan Allen





Dylan Allen -
(right) mans his
position at first, : 0 i
while Hilliard's
Kenneth Carter
looks to make
a move toward
second. Allen
helped the
Tigers in their
championship
win over
Holmes County,
pitching a
complete game
and driving in
two runs at the
plate.


is catcher Austin Harden.
"Austin calls his own game,"
Tomlinson said. "A lot of people
think we call it from the dugout,
but he calls his own game. I
think he's done an outstanding
job this year. He's a big part of
the reason we're here."
It has been quite a senior
season for Harden, who was
2-for-3 with two RBI in the win
over Hilliard.
"It's just been amazing, to go
through all this and just have


P


bf Head coach
Brian Tomlinson
(standing,
right) confers
with players
Austin Harden
(standing, left),
Dustin Hersey
kneelingg, left)
and Cole Kite
during a time out
in the Class 1A:
semifinal game.







a chance to do something like
this," Harden said.
Hilliard starting pitcher Todd
Gatlin .got off to a strong start,
striking out five of the first eight
batters he faced, but a couple of
miscues got the Tigers going as
they scored all of their runs in
the third and fourth innings.
Colby Cothren led off the
top of the third and was hit by
a pitch. Cole Kite laid down a
bunt, with JHilliard attempting
to throw Cothren out at second.


Cothren was safe, however, and
the Tigers had two on with no
outs. After Cothren stole third,
'Hersey hit a fly ball to left,
which was dropped, allowing
two runs to score.
"Once I saw him drop it, I just
kept on running," Hersey said.
"I knew whether he caught it or
not, we were going to score at
least one."
Harden drew a walk before
Shealy and Chris Starling each
singled to drive.in a run, putting
the Tigers up 4-0.
"It was huge," Tomlinson said
of the inning. "You could tell at
that point in the gaiep whoever
could capitalize on any mistakes
was going to take control of the
game. We were fortunate. We
were blessed to be able to do
that."
With one out in the top of the
fourth, Cole Kite reached on
an error, while Hersey bunted
safely. Both runners advanced
on a wild pitch before Harden
hit. a single to score both. An
error allowed Harden to advance
Sto second. Allen reached on
a dropped third strike, while
Starling drew a walk to load the
bases with two outs. Troy Kite
drew a walk to force a run in,
while a wild pitch allowed Allen
to score from third and cap the
scoring.
Cole Kite made a spectacular
diving catch in center to start the
bottom half of the fourth, but
Hilliard loaded the bases with
two outs on two walks and an
error. Hersey, though, forced
Kyle Simmons to hit a grounder
to second baseman Troy Kite to
end the threat.
The Tigers drew three
consecutive walks to load the
bases in the top of the fifth, but
failed to score. Daniel Luce,
\Hilliard's third pitcher of .the
game, gave up the third walk
that loaded the bases, but was
solid throughout the remainder
of the game, giving up one hit in
three innings.
That one hit was a triple by
Cole Kite to lead off the top of
the seventh. Two infield pop-ups
and a fly out to right, however,
left Kite stranded.


It didn't matter, though, as
the Tigers had the 8-0 lead
that held up and put them in a
state championship game in an
attempt to win the program's


first-ever state title.
"It's awesome to know we'd
be the first ones from our school
to do it," Harden said.


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High school football teams to

play spring classics this Friday ,


The Bradford, Keystone
Heights and Union County high
school football teams will play
spring classics this Friday, May
2~, with Bradford and Union
playing their games at home.


Bradford and new head coach
Steve Reynolds will take to the
field against Fteming Island at
7 p.m. Union, a Class 1A state
semifinalist from last season,
also plays at 7 p.m. against Uni-


versity Christian.
Keystone, which was edged
by Bradford for a playoff spot
last year,,will travel to St. Au-
gustine to play Pedro Menendez
at 7 p.m.


Cole Kite slides
into home plate
to score one of
the Tigers' eight
runs in the win
over Hilliard
that sent them
to the state
championship
game.


TITLE
Continued from 1B

with an infield single by Jordan
Worthing and an RBI triple by
Phil Agolio; Allen struck out
:Shaune Bashulte for the inning's
first out before J.R. Miles drove
in' another run with a single.
I.:-The Blue Devils had the
chance to get more runs with
two on and one out, but a ground
ball to shortstop Chris Starling
"as the beginning of an inning-
iiing double play.
VWhile Holmes' Worthing was
keeping the Tigers in check-he
ga-e up three hits and had six
strikeouts ip. three innings of
relief-the Blue Devils added
another run in the sixth. Kodi
RUis hit an infield single, but
was thrown out at second when
third baseman Hersey snagged a
ball hit by Chase Forehand that
threatened to bounce over his
head. The play was big because
the`-next batter--Worthing-hit
a double to score Forehand.
The Blue Devils managed to
.p a runner on in the bottom
of:the seventh when Miles hit a
:ingle into shallow center field.
'ith two outs, Long lived up*to
As"hame, hitting a deep fly ball
teft, but Chance Bailey made
.:-eaping catch at the warning
'4Ck to end the game and start
Celebration.
Despite getting into some
'trble after the third inning,
Alien (5-2), who gave up nine
hits, but just one walk, stayed
in the game, throwing all seven
.innings and earning the win.
t Tomlinson said the
performance by Allen, who also
earned the wins in the Tigers'
district championship and
regional championship games,
:was a testament to his work
ethic.
S"He's.going to go out and give
everything he has to help the
team" Tomlinson said.
7 It's really a characteristic
'of every player on the team,
Tomlinson said, describing how
players would put in long days
ind even work on weekends in
-their efforts to improve and help
the team.
, "It truly has been a special


Chris Starling makes a throw from his shortstop
position in the Tigers' semifinal win.


group," Torilinson said.
That group loses only four
players- Bailey, Cothren,
Harden and Tice- but it was way
too soon for the underclassmen
to begin thinking about another
title run in 2013.
"I think most of them are
caught up in the moment,"
Tomlinson said.
Who can blame them? All
championships are special,


but this one carries the extra
importance of being the school's
first in baseball. Only the
1976 team-coached by Terry
Stroemer-made it as far before
settling on being the runner-
up to Fort Pierce John Carroll,
which defeated the Tigers 6-2 in
that year's Class 2A final.
"I will remember (this team)
no matter what," Tomlinson
said .


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William Banks
William A. Banks, 35, died
Sunday, May 20, 2012, at E.T. York
Care Center in Gainesville. He was
an electrician, and a member of the
Regeneration Church of God in
Christ.
He is survived by: two daughters,
Naciyah A. Banks. and Tiana A.
Banks, both of Starke; his mother,
Mary Banks of Starke; four sisters,
Blanche Jonas, Gloria Walden,


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of Baxley, Ga., Arnold Stephens
of Norfolk, Va., Roy Stephens of
Raiford; Alan Fields of Providence,
and Jeffery Fields of Hazelhurst,
Ga.; and his fiance, Latasha Y.
Hankerson of Starke.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, May, 26, at 11:30 a.m.
at the Regeneration Church of
God in Christ, 1003 N. Pine St.,
SStarke, with Elder Dennis Pulliam


conducting the service. Burial will
follow in Ft. Call Cemetery under
the care of Chestnut Funeral Home
of Gainesville. Visitation will be
held on Friday, May 25 from 6-8
p.m. at the Regeneration Church of
God in Christ, and on Saturday one
hour prior to the service.The cortege
will form at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Mary Banks, 205 Crum Street,
Starke, at 10:45 a.m.

Mary Debose
GAINESVILLE-Mary Etta
Debose, 82, of Gainesville, died
Thursday, May 17, 2012, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
She was born in Jasper on July
19, 1929, and moved to Gainesville
from Baltimore, Md. She was of
the Pentecostal faith, and attended
school in Hamilton county.
Mrs. Debose is survived by: her
husband, Jerry Debose; three sisters-
in-law, Enda Gillium of Lacrosse,
Graidine T. Little of Irington, NJ.,
and Martha Miller ofAlachua; and a
host of nieces and nephews'.


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Margaret Hall
STARKE-Margaret Hall, 68, of
Starke, died Friday, May 18, 2012,
at Shands at Starke.
She was born in Raiford and
was a lifelong resident of Starke.
She was a member of the Greater
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church,
and attended school Ain .Union
County. She was employed by Lake
Butler Apparel.
Mrs. Hall is survived by:
five daughters, Angelina Hall,
Emma Dean and Idella Chandler,
all of Starke, Valaria Blount of
Jacksonville and Denise Randolph
of Salinas, Calif.; two sons, Lorenzo
Hall of Rochester, N.Y. and Donnie
Banks of Frankfort, Ind.; two sisters,
Gloria Heard of Rochester;. N.Y.
and Barbara Dean of Starke; three
brothers, Charlie Crosby of Starke,
and Nathaniel Frazier and James
Miller of Raiford.
Funeral 'services for Mrs.
Hall will be held on Saturday,
May 26, at 1 p.m., in the Greater
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church
with Minister Michael McDuffie
conducting the services. Interment
will be held in Freewill Memorial
Gardens under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke. Visitation
will be held on Friday, May 25,
with family hour from 4-5 p.m. and
friends may visit from 5-8 p.m. at


the Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel
at Haile Funeral Home, and one hour
prior to the service on Saturday.
Lucille Matthews
ALACHUA COUNTY-Lucille
Bielling Matthews, 92, of Alachua
county, died Thursday, May 17,
2012, after an extended illness, at
the residence of her son, Jack H.
Matthews of Lake Butler.
Mrs. Matthews was born in
Providence and lived most of her
life in Alachua county. She was a
homemaker and a farmer. She was a
member of New Oakprove Baptist
Church in Alachua.
She was the daughter of the late
Jesse and Cora Carter Bielling,
and was also preceded in death
by: her husband, J.L. Matthews; a
daughter, Pearl Seay; a son, Fate
Matthews; and brothers and sisters.
Mrs. Matthews is survived by: a
daughter, Jane Susan Matthews of
Dunnellon; a son, Jack H. Matthews
of Lake Butler; five grandchildren
and. 12 great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, May 26, at 11 a.m.
at Grace Christian Fellowship
Baptist Church near Worthington
Springs with the Rev. Terry Elixson
officiating. Burial will be at a later
dates. Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.
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New Oak Grove Baptist Church,
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McMurray was born on Nov. 1i,
1914, in Spencer, W.Va., to the late
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and was a longtime area resident
She was a retired real estate agent,
a member of Northside Baptist
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her husband, Edward Chester
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Linda Leonard, both of Starke. ',";
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competition awards
ceremony at the Santa
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Bill Faulk of Gainesville
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last number. RIGHT:
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Jessica Judge and Jon
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S Gainesville.
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445-3909.. posit required of $3,000.
2003 CHEVY Silverado Rent to own (lease pur-.
pick.up, excellent shape chase) $695/mo. Service
$6,500 firm. 2006 Mini animals: only. Contact
Cooper Convertible, owner Virgil L. Allison at
Cooper Convertible 904-807- .
$19,000 firm. 352-235- DUCED, MUSTSEE04-8077541.
1675. REDUCED, MUST SEE
Historical Walnut Street.
44 To rent or own. 2900 sq.
Boats &-ATV's ft 4BR/2BA, big.back
CANOE- EXTRA WIDE and yard. Call 904-887-8451.
sturdy, 14 ft. Like new Make an offer, willing to
7- negotiate
condition. 3 seats, dry 49
storage compartment.
$270 OBO. Call Ed 352- Mobile Homes
473-0370. For Sale
45 FOR SALE 3,4 or 5 bed-
Land For Safe room Jacobsen homes
S ARE HIGH& dry, oak on 1 acre, easy financing
1 ACRE HI dry, oak with zero down 904-589
trees, ready for home or 9585. '
mobile home. Keystone NEW Jacobsen modular on
Heights area. As904ing 1-5acreseasyqualifying
$6,500 Call 904-31- 904-589-9585.
3594.
3.5ACRES, asking $22,000 TIRED OFALLTHE extra's.
or 1.75',acres, asking Buy my 4BR/2BA double
$12,500, high and dry, wide. Del and set up with
cleared, ready for home A/C, 2 mini decks, septic
or mobile home: Call tank, well, andpowerpole,
Marlena Palmer at Smith permits. Only $60,995.
& Smith Realty, 904-422- Call 386-418-0435.
0470. 1999 USED 28 X 80, DOU.
BLE WIDE. 4BR/2BA. A/
47 C, skirting, delivered and
Commercial set up Included. $37,995.
Property.(Rent, Call 386-418-0424.
Property.(ent, ~SED SINGLE WIDE, start.
Lease, Sale) ing at $8,999 'delivery
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq. and set-up. Call386-418-
ft. $3,000/mo. or3,000 sq. 0424 .. ;
ft. $1,500/mo. Office and NEW 2012/no extra's need-
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft. ed. 1248 sq.ft. home,
$950/mo. Smith & Smith 3BR/2BA, includes these
Realty, 904-964,9222. extras. Del/set up, new A/
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro- C Installed, vinyl skirting,
fessional Offices for-rent,, ..,,~.iank, power
- $315 per month." C.nfer3 ;:-= (no Impact,
ence room, kitchen, utili- fee), 2 mini decks. Only.
tied and more provided. $55,745. Call 386-41p8-
904-364-8395. 0424, 13th Street Homes,
RETAIL SPACE in busy Alachua, Fl.
strip center. 1.000. sq.ft. NEW2012DOUBLEWIDE,
units. South HWY 301 3BR/2BA delivery &-set-
frontage, across from the up. Only $32,995. Call
KOA Campground and 386-418-0424.
next to Lightning Pawn. CLEARANCE SALE, lowest
Call 352-235-1675 price on Live Oak Homes
FOR RENT Retail space, in the state of Florida.
110 W. Call St. by The Call 386-418-0424, 13th
Office Shop. For more Street Homnes, Alachua.
information call 904-964- WE BUY USED mobile
6305 ask forJohn. homes any condition
48 (cash money). Call 386-
418-0435. Ask for Bruce.
Homes For Sale
3BR/2BA 1,402 sq.ft. Home - -
at 7556 Bay St. Keystone Wal il
Heights. Stove, Refrigera- Waldo Vllas
tor, Dishwasher,fireplace,
ceiling fans, alarm sys- Mve;in
tem, CH/A. Recently
remodeled,$595/mo. de- iA *


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2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equl housing opportunity.
This institution Is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
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water-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
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We do all types of tractor
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NEW 2012/SUPER BIG.
1792 sq. ft. double wide,
4BR/2BA,. Del/set up, A/
C skirting, included. (Save
$10,000) Only $59,995.
Call 386-418-0435.
3.5ACRES, 3BR/2BA. 1680
sq. ft. manufactured
home. $84,000, $3,000
down owner financing.
McRae area. Call 727--
667-3109.
WE PURCHASE used
mobile homes! Call Mr.
Walker, 352-872-5566.
'HUGE TRIPLE WIDE, new
2011 model. 42x64 4BR/
3BA model only. Was
$139,900, now $109,000/
Save 30 thousand dol-
lars. North Pointe Homes,
Gainesville, 352-872-
5566.
NEW DOUBLE'S BY JA-
COBSEN. 28X44 3BR/
2BA. $41,900 28X52
3BR/2BA. $46,900,28X60
4BR/2BA. $49,900. All
new homes include deliv-
ery-set-skirting-steps and
central A/C. North Pointe
Homes. Gainesville call
352-872-5566.
NEW 32x80 4BR/2BA,
$65,995 only 1. New
2012 4BR/2BA with 32'
den. North Pointe Homes.
Gainesville call 352-872-
5566.
ROLL-IN HANDICAP show-
er stall, plus mother in-law
apt. Comes with high
quality double wide. Trade
in your old single wide for
down payment. $42,000
352-473-5745.
50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/for
rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent ,deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/
.TTY 711. Rental assis-
tance for qualified appli-
cants. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. HC
and non-HC accessible
apartments. Laundry facil-
ity and playground. Wa-
ter, sewer, and garbage
provided. "This Institution
is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
Call 386-496-3141.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
Information,

Southerm Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
Move-In Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDDITTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."
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2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-364-6942.
2BR/1 BAAPT. $400/mo. no
deposit, month to month.
Credit check, referenc-
es. Call Joan, 904-964-
4303.
HOUSE KEYSTONE close
to schools. 3BR/1.5BA.
Completely remodeled,'
with carpet, appliances,
cabinets. Must see, call
Trevor Waters Realtor,
352-246-7776.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME.
CH/A, dishwasher, wash-
er/dryer, new carpet, yard
maintenance included.
$675/mo. First, last, de-
posit. Service animals
only. Call 352-473-0464.
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, under new
management, Keystone
Heights. For rent large
2BR/2BA, also smaller
2BR/1BA. Call Rick at
'352-235-0506.
2BR/2BA MH, off Morgan
Road. $450/r o. last and
deposit. Call 352-745-
6603.
2BR/1BA. on Lake Santa
Fe., with dock, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
screened front porch.
$695/mo. $600 deposit.
352-226-9220.
2BR/1BA APT. CH/A. Elec-
Stric range, refrig. wall to
wall carpet. $495/mo.
1st, last, sec. deposit,
References, call 904-966-
1334.
3BR/2BA DOUBLE WIDE,
$675/mo. 12273 SE 21st
Ave., Starke In. coun-
try. First and $675 sec.
deposit to move in, ser-
vice animals only, senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8637.
3BR/2BA, CH/A, MH on 1.5-
Acres, (lawn care avail-
able). Garden tub, fire
place. Recently remod-
eled with new carpet,
appliances, mini blinds.
Near hospital, only seri-
ous apply. Available 7-
1-2012. Nonsmoking,:
service animals only, ref-
erences. $700/mo. plus
$700 security. 904-662-
3735.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a
garage, nice neighbor-
Shood, 10118. West Pratt
St. $725/mo. plus de-
posit, Call 904-964-8073
* to apply.
ON SECLUDED RIVER IN
Starke, out In country.
1 bedroom cottage, fur-
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available May 26, 2012.
Please call Elaine Gouin
at 904-966-2937.
VERY CLEAN must see
house for rent at 7839
SW 126th Ave. Lake But-
ler next to u-pick blue-
berry field. 3 bedroom 1
bath. Refrigerator, range
dishwasher included. In-
cludes all utilities: electric,
water, phone, Internet,
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358-1114.
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Lost/Found
FOUND SAT. May 19,
Hampton, Yorkie mix.
Call 904-964-5049, with
details.
LOST: Red plastic box/stor-
age bin containing various
items; fell out of the bed of
a dark grey pickup truck,,
between the dump south
of Lake Butler and Dol-
lar General in downtown
Lake Butler; route taken
from the dump .to Dollar
General was SR. 121
to SW 4th Ave. To SR.
100; happened between
11 a.m. and 12 noon on
Saturday, May'5, 2012.
REWARD for return of
box and contents! Call
Greg at (352) 359-6618.
53A
Yard Sales
THURS. FRI. SAT. 7am.-
4pm. Cheryl, Angla,
Jeana's annual yard sale.
Follow brightgreen signs,
just before Wal-Mart.
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8:30am.-5:pm. 3437 NW
182nd St 301 N across
from Kings Produce. 80
years of accumulation,
antique spinning wheel,
depression glass, rugs,
love seats, bar stools,
pictures, dressers, TV, TV
Cabinet, table & chairs,
and so much more.
COMETOSTARKE'S new-
est Thrift Store. Shabby
Shack. Located @ Ken
and Den's Flea Market.
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Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
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Springs, Clay County
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Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-,
PAIRS, 'INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/l
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.
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BUY JUNK CARS, move
sheds and light equip-
inent. Call 904-219-9365-
or 904-782-9822. .
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Help Wanted
PROPERTY PRESERVA-
TION field crew needed.
Experience with clean
out, grass cuts, initial
secure bid approval, etc.
Send contact information
to chad.willhite@att.net
with examples of work
completed.
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S. Colley Rd. Starke, FL
is now accepting applica-
tions for CNA's, LTC ex-
perience required. Apply
in person or Fax resume
to 904-964-1497 DFWP.
'EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE
is now, accepting ap-
plications for part time
Cook/Dietery Aide & a
part-time stock position.
Long term care experi-
ence preferred. Apply in
person or fax resume to
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EOE. 808 S. Colley Road,
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THE CITY OF Keystone
Heights is searching for
a Fiscal Administrator.
Job duties include but not
limited to daily financial
tasks associated with ac-
counts payable, month
end reports, payroll,
grant preparation and
administration, and other
administrative duties as
needed. Knowledge of
QuickBooks financial soft-
ware preferred. Will re-
ceive administrative and
policy direction from the
City Manager. Candidate
must demonstrate any
combination of educa-
tion and experience that
Will produce the required
knowledge and abilities
and enable the individual
to successfully perform
the essential functions
of the position. This is
a permanent, part-time
position with twenty-four
scheduled hours per
week with. Salary based
on qualifications. Appli-
cation deadline is June
1, 2012 or until position'
Is killed. Applications are
available at City. Hall,
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Suggs at 352-473-4807.
EOE. Drug freelsmoke
free work place.
THE CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS is searching for
an Administrative Clerki
Job duties include but
not limited to zoning ad-
ministrator/code enorce-
ment, recording minutes
of public meetings; and
customer service. Will re-
ceive administrative and
policy direction from the
City Manager. Candidate -
must demonstrate any
combination of educa:
tion and experience that
will produce the required
knowledge and abilities
and enable the individual
to successfully perform
-the essential function
of the position. ThisiS
a permanent,, part-tims
position. Salary oased
on qualifications. Appli-
cation deadline is June
1, 2012 or until positioii .
fiUed. Applications are
available at City Hall,
555 S. Lawrence Blvd,
Keystone Heights, -.FL
32656. Questions, con-
tact City Manager, Terry
Suggs at 352-473-4807;
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free work place.
RN- Must be Fl. Licensed
F/T, PIT & PRN. AM &
PM Shifts. Please visit
our website: www lake-
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Workplace.
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. Pleas
call Mike 386-496-2108
.EBAY SELLER. Individda'
responsible to list, p Pc
and ship Items for local
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05 FORD FREESTYLE SEL......................8,990 11 FORD FUSION SE v....................... 17,888 06 FORD F150 WD. CERTIFIED ............... 20,995
05 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 1K MILES ...........8,995 11 MAZDA3 I SPORT ........................ 17,990 10 MERCURY MARINER CLEAN ........21,287
05 FORD 5005 .......................................9,995 02 FORD F2504WD,o7.3,DIESEL..................17,995 12 FORD MUSTAN ....2...... ,880
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Practice" notations in the official
2012 report.
The Army team evaluated the
Regional Training Site-Mainte-
nance on applicable Governance,
Combined Arms Command and
Initial Military Training Army
Enterprise Accreditation Stan-
dard.

Camp Blanding
to dedicate
fountain at
Memorial Day
observance
The Camp Blanding Mu-
seum and Memorial Park will
host a Memorial Day ceremony
on Monday, May 28, at.10 a.m.
Brig. Gen. Joseph Balksus will
be the featured speaker.
The Veterans Memorial Foun-
tain will be dedicated following
the ceremony.

Peloquin
graduates
from basic
Air Force Airman Aston J.
,Peloquin graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an in-
tensive, eight-week program
that included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical fitness,
and basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Peloquin is the son of Chris-
tina Schaublin and James Pelo-
quin, both of Jacksonville.
He is a 2010 graduate of Flori-
da Youth Challenge Academy at
Camp Blanding.

Leverette
deployed to
Afghanistan

Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
Sean T,, Leverette, the son of
Brenda and Ottis D. Leverette of
Keystone Heights, is currently
deployed. Leverette, along with
fellow sailors presently in Af-
ghanistan, are manning defenses
and constructing a compound in
the Lashkar Gah District to sup-
port U.S. Marines who will ad-
vise Afghan Uniformed Police
(AUP) and prepare them for a
smooth transition upon the even-
tual draw-down of U.S. and al-
lied forces.
Leverette joined the Navy in
May 2011.

KHHS to host
basketball
camps in June

Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High
School will host "future Indian"
basketball camps for boys and
girls Monday, June 18, through
Wednesday, June 20.
The camp for second- through
fourth-graders ($20 cost) will be
9-11 a.m. each day, while the
camp for fifth- through seventh-
graders. ($30 cost) will be 1-4
p.m.
Registration forms can be
picked up-and dropped off-
at either KHHS or Keystone
Heights Elementary School.
They are due by May 27.

Fly fishing is
subject of next
Crosshorn
meeting
Fly fishing professional John
Waldren of Black Fly Outfitter
in Jacksonville will speak at the
Thursday, May 31, meeting of


Crosshorn Ministries at 7 p.m. at
the Starke Golf and Country Club.
Crosshorn Ministries
provides a time of fellowship
for men and boys who love
the outdoors. Devotionals
are a part of each meeting.
For more information on
'Crosshorn Ministries, please
visit the website www.crosshorn.
org, or call' John Whitfield
at 352-468-3595., You may
also send email to Whitfield
at huntfishwriter@aol.com.


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