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Creation Date: March 1, 2012
Publication Date: 05/31/2012
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USPS 062-700 STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 132ND YEAR 44M ISSUE 75 CENTS


In This Issue


* The latest
on the effort
to improve
local health

Meet the new
building official

Honoring a
beloved music
teacher





Worth Noting

Senior center
hours have.
changed
The Bradford County Senior
Center, located at 1805 North
Temple Ave. in''Starke, will be
open from 8 a.m. to noon on Mon-
days, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednes-
days,.and 1 to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays
and Thursdays (excluding holi-
days).
Scheduled activities are subject
to change. For more information,
please contact the senior center at
904-386-3955, or visit the senior
center page at www.bradford-
countyfl.gov.

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Get your 2012
yearbook-
in color!
Parents, students and friends of
BHS: It isn't too late to get your
copy of the 2012 Tornado Year-
book. This is the first year that the
yearbook is totally in color! Get
your special copy, or buy one as
'a graduation gift for a senior, as
soon as possible! Copies are lim-
ited in number. See Mrs. Odom or
Mrs. Torode at Bradford High to
purchase your copy for $80, cash
or check. Or call 904-966-1002 if
you have 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 furidraiser
to benefit the program. The cen-
terpiece will be the children's per-
formance of the play "The Glory
Train" along with other classroom
and church.performances.
The benefit will begin at 6 p.m.
on Saturday, June 2, in the Starke
Elementary School cafeteria, 1001
W. Weldon St. in Starke. Admis-
sion will be $8 for adults and $5 for
children. Donations 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..


Teaming up to honor vets


Scouts from Starke Boy Scout Troop 70 and Lawtey Cub Scout Pack 400 team up with the American
Legion Post 56 of Starke and placed flags on the graves of all veterans at Crosby Lake Cemetery on
Saturday morning, May 26. The Legion furnished the flags and the Scouts furnished the labor. Flags
are purchased through the generosity of donors, Pictured are Bill Stickel of American Legion Post
56 with Boy Scouts Dylan Drew, Riley Miller, Johnny Spencer Jr., Kyle Funderburk, Isaac Davis, Billy
Sanford, Javon Blackchear and Sean Jones, and Cub Scouts Adam Robertson and Donnie Cannon.
Submitted by Roy Weland.




Some 3rd-grade FCAT scores better than others


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The good and bad of the 2012 third
grade FCAT 2.0 results for Bradford
County is that some schools per-
formed .blter than others, however,
less than 50 percent of the county's
third-graders are reading on grade
level, according.to the test, and even
fewer are succeeding at math.
According to the state, third-graders
statewide performed slightly lower
than expected on the tougher reading
test and slightly better than expected -
on math, although differences in the
way the scores were reported makes
year-to-year comparisons difficult. "
Bradford County's third-grade read-
ing scores trailed the state's by seven
points, 194 to 201. While 56 percent
of Florida third-graders scored at
Level 3 or above, only 44 percent of


DOT has a new

alternative

for 144th

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Representatives from the Florida
Department of Transportation pre-
sented a possible answer to the ques-
tion of how Southeast 144th Avenue
will be completed to the county com-
mission recently.
Emphasizing that this latest propos-
al is just a draft, DOT's Jordan Green
revealed what could be most the ambi-
tions plan for the new highway yet-
one that moves the signalized intersec-
tion at the Deerfoot Village shopping
center north.
Southeast 144"' Avenue has been
paved and rerouted to relieve traffic
congestion in downtown Starke, par-
ticularly at the S.R. 100 and U.S. 301
intersection, This potential benefit
to the state road system qualified the
project for funding %which has so far
paved the road from S.R. 100 west to
the railroad, and from the railroad to
Hayes Avenue.
The third phase tying the route to
301 has been a matter of debate. So-

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Bradford County third-graders did. ford County's average in reading. In
Bradford was behind Baker, Clay and' fact, Lawtey Community School and
Union counties, which had average. Hampton Elementary each had 61
scores of 206, 206 and 204 points in percent of their third-graders score
reading. Each countN had between 60 at Letel 3 or above. They had aver-
and 70'percent of third-graders scor- age scores of 199 and 197 points, re-
ing at Level 3 or above. "* "- peetvcc ily-tt which is closer tP the state
In math, the average score was 202 average. Starke Elementary students
for the state, while Bradford County also averaged 197 points, with 50
was 10 points behind at 192. While percent of students scoring at Level
58 percent of third-graders across 3 or above, and Brooker Elementary
the state scored at Level 3 or above, School's average score was 192 with
only 38 percent of Bradford County 53 percent at Level 3 or above.
third-graders did. Union had the high- Southside Elementary School, on
est average math score locally at 209 the other hand, averaged 189 points
points, followed by Baker at 207 and with only 27 percent scoring at grade
Clay at 206. Seventy-four percent of level in reading.
Union third-graders scored at Level 3 It was Brooker Elementary that re-
or above, followed by 70 percent in turned the lowest math scores. With an
Baker and 68 percent in Clay. average of 185 point on the test, only
At the school level, things look 18 percent of those students scored at


somewhat different as it turns out
one school was bringing down Brad-


See FCAT, 3A


Atheist


group


sues


county

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegiaph Editor
In less than a month since its dedi-
cation. the Ten Commandments mon-
umenl at the counhouse could now be
a monumental problem for Bradford
Count government, which is being
sued for allowing the display.
The group American Atheists an-
nounced the lau suit last Friday.
Whether the county's open forum
ordinance provides a sufficient de-
fense could now be put to the test.-The
cotinty commission passed the ordi-
nance allowing third parties to spon-
sor displays of historical import, but
distancig itself from any endorse-
ment of a particular monument.
The commission must approve
monument applications, however, and
commissioners voted unanimously
to allow the Community Men's Fel-
lowship to, install the Ten Command-
ments monument. Commissioners,
also attended the dedication on the
National Day of Prayer May 3, though
they steered clear of the May 19 dem-
onstration by several atheist groups.
Instead those activists were met by
dozens of Christians who prayed, sang
and argued in defense of the monu-
ment.
Dixie County was sued over its Ten
Commandments monument and lost,
although the case is under appeal. A
school district in Virginia has been
sued over its display of the Ten Com-
mandments, but argued it was not a
religious endorsement as multiple his-
toric documents were on display. The
Ten Commandments was the only re-
ligious document, however.
The judge recently sent the case to
mediation to see if the parties could
come to a compromise, such as the
removal of the first four command-
ments, which are the most overtly re-
ligious.
The removal of the commandments
from a document is one thing; remov-

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2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012


Tropicalstorm brings needed rain


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Tropical Storm Beryl brought
much-needed rain to the area, but
it also canceled Memorial Day
ceremonies and probably many
family barbecues.
The storm also had county vol-
unteers, employees and inmates
busy responding to down trees
and cleaning up after at least one
home was damaged, according
to Bradford County emergency
management planner Michael
Heeder.
The storm event was wind-
ing down Tuesday as the final
bands swept across the county,
but not before a. tornado watch
and a severe wind warning were
issued for that afternoon and eve-
ning. Prior to that, the strongest
wind gust measured was around
30 mph, and that was very early
Monday morning.
"We never had tropical storm
force winds in our area, unlike
Jacksonville, 'Baker Count) -
those areas where the center of
circulation followed along Inter-
state 10," Heeder said Tuesda.
afternoon.
What the area did recei e w as
a significant amount of rainfall.
A gauge at Sampson Lake had'


morning, Heeder said, while
one in the city of Starke showed
around 4.5 inches. Theressa had
also received nearly -4.5 inches
by noon Tuesday, and Heeder
said Doppler radar estimated
6.25 inches in the Brooker area.
Tuesday evening, the real time
rainfall report at the Suwannee
River Water Management Dis-
trict's website measured 4.55
inches at its Louis Hill Tower
in northern Bradford County off
301. The district also has a New
River Tower off S.R.' 100 en
route to Lake Butler that mea-
sured 4.77 inches around the
same time.
The district's measurements at
local water bodies varied widely
Tuesday evening, The measure-
ment in Graham at the C.R. 227
bridge showed an increase of just
0.11 inches since Sunday. Wor-
thington Springs showed water
levels had risen 0.32 inches, while
Sampson River was approaching
an increase of half an inch. The
water let el in New River was up
1.52 inches, according to the dis-
trict's website.
The rainfall helped quench
the area's thirst andiemporarily
relieved issues with brush fires.
That left volunteerr fire-rescue
workers free to respond to calls


measured 4 inches by Tuesday for assistance \ith fallen trees


and branches, which sometimes
blocked roads and in at least one
case damaged a home in Lincoln
City. They were joined in the
cleanup by state and county road
crews, which included employ-
ees and inmates.
Power lines were also dam-
aged, causing outages for a few
at a time across the area's utili-
ties, but no widespread loss of
electricity, Heeder said. Dirt
roads seemed to be holding up
under the saturation, even for bus
travel, and that meant no roads
had been closed as of Tuesday.
During the storm, emergency
management used social itedia
to communicate with the public.
Up to the minute weather adviso-
ries were available through their
Twitter account (@BradfordE-
merMgm) and Facebook page
(www .facebook.com/Bradfor-
dEmergency). They received a
lot of positive feedback and a lot
of new followers, Heeder said.
One thing to be aware of go-
ing forward is that all of the ad-
ditional water is going to create
breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
Heeder said residents should do
their best to eliminate standing
water in their yards and utilize a
bug repellent with DEET when
they are going to be outside.


FMEA cities offer hurricane preparedness tips


Because hurricanes can devas-
-tate any community taking these
deadly storms lightly, the Florida
Municipal Electric Association
offers "One Dozen Hurricane
Season Tips," outlining impor-.
tant yet often overlooked safety
tips Floridians can follow be-
fore, during and after a hurricane
strikes.
FMEA and the 34 municipal
electric utilities it represents used
insight gained during past hurri-
cane seasons to dei elop the help-
ful 0ips. In past hurricane emer-
gencies. FMEA and its members
mobilized to restore power
quickly and safely to. customers
around the state. .
:'While we hope for another
mild hurricane season, we alt ay .
need to be prepared for the pos-
sibility of several storms." said
Barry Moline, executive director
of FMEA. "FMEA and its mem-
bers are ready to act in the e'ent
of an emergency and w\e urge all
Floridians to do the same."

Hurricane season tips
Following a power outage,
unplug all your large appliances
and electronics to prevent power
surges when electricitN is re-
stored, which can often damage
equipment and create fire haz-
ards.
*Remember the "three don't"
when using generators: Don't run
a generator in the house, don't
run a generator in the garage, and
don't plug the generator directly
into your home's main electrical
system. The first two can lead to
asph)y nation and the third can
send an electrical charge back
into the power grid, posing an


SUIT
Continued from 1A

ing them from a 6-ton granite
monument quite another.
Violation of the separatfon of
church and state and the goiem-
ment endorsement of religion
is the basis of the lawsuit. The
press release issued by American
Atheists is printed below.
The county commission has
not issued a statement.
**o ', .
On Friday, May 5, 2012
American Atheists, a nation-
al atheist civil rights and first
amendment publiqcpolicy organi-
zation dedicated to the total sepa-
ration of church ad .state, filed
a complaint against Bradford
County, Florida for placement
of a large Ten Commandments
monument on the courthouse
lawn. The suit was filed in the
United States District Court,
Middle District of Florida; Jack-
sonville division.
American Atheists asserts that
Bradford County violated the
First and Fourteenth Amend-
ments to the U.S. Constitution
and Article I, Section 3 of the
Florida State Constitution, by
placing the Decalogue on the
lawn of the public County Court-


electrocution hazard to utility
workers. Run the generator.out-
side in a well-ventilated area,
and plug individual appliances
di rectly -into the generator.
If your home is flooded, turn
off your electrical power until
a professional inspects it thor-
oughly.
If you smell gas evacuate im-
mtediately and contact your gas
company's emergency phone
number.
Make sure you have cur-
rent identification. You might
.have to pass't rough identifica-
tion checkpoints before being
allowed access to your home or
neighborhood.
After the storm, check to see
if your home's weatherhead is
damaged-it is located above the
electric meter where the wires
,come,out of the pipe. Utility
workers cannot reconnect ser-
vice if this piece of equipment-
which is the homeowner's re-
sponsibility-isdamaged. If your
weatherhead needs repair, please
contact a licensed electrician.
Utilities often cannot respond
to individual customers with spe-
cial needs during or immediately
after a storm. When warned of an
incoming storm, have a plan in
place for evacuating people with
special needs. Know the loca-
tion of special needs shelters in
case you are unable to evacuate.
If you or someone in your fam-
ily has special electrical medical
equipment needs, notify your
electric utility prior to a storm's
arrival.
SVisit nu%\ w.FloridaDisaster.
org to determine \our hurricane
evacuation route.
Capture water in your \water


house, which also contains the
offices of the Sheriff. Propenri
Assessor. Building and Zoning,
Supervisor of Elections, Tax As-
sessor, Clerk of the Court, and
the Board of County Commis-
sioners.
Bridget R. Gaudette, Florida
State Director, said, "Bradford
County is de\ aluing our Consti-
tution by putting up this display.
The Establishment Clause pro-
hibits preference by the U.S. gov-
ernment of one religion over an-
'other. The Ten Commandments
monument shows preference to
the Judeo-Christian religions
and dismisses other religious and
non-religious philosophies and
beliefs."


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heater by turning off power to
the unit and closing the water
valves. If you lose water pres-
sure, you will have about 40 gal-
lons of fresh water stored in the
tank. Store additional water in
your bathtub and fill the washing
machine with water. This water
supply can be used for cleaning
or to operate your toilets.
Clear your patio and yard
of lawn furniture, toys, potted
plants and other debris that can
blow around in high winds, caus-
ing damage or injury. Bring these
items indoors or place them in a
garage.
*Prior to the storm,identify the
places around your home where
you can shut off your gas, water
and electricity. In an emergency,
you might need to turn them off
quickly.
Create a hurricane survival
kit that includes: first aid sup-
plies, water (at least one gallon/
person/day), batteries, flash-
lights, battery powered radio,
manual can opener, prescrip-
tions, baby food and diapers, pet
food, canned foods, cash, tarps,
rope, bleach, trash bags, charcoal
or gas grill with plenty of fuel,
wooden kitchen matches, and a
portable cooler. Don't forget a
hardwire, corded phone; cordless
phones will not work during a
power outage.
About FMEA: The Florida
Municipal Electric Association
represents the unified interests
of 34 public power communi-
ties across the state, providing
electricity to more than 3 million
Florida residential and business
consumers.


"What %\ e need is a 6-ton gran-
ite monument of the U.S. Consti-
tution to serve as a reminder that
we are all Ameritans and should
be treated equally: without bias,"
stated Ken Loukinen, Director of
State Operations.
"Equality is an'all-or-nothing
prospect. The government is not
allowed to sponsor one religious
position and ignore all others.
Even Christians have to obey
the law," noted Dave Silverman,
President of American Atheists.
A similar monument in near-
by Dixie County was already
deemed unconstitutional and is
on appeal.


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Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
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Patrons came to Bradford
County Public Library's "U-Au-
to-Know" workshop with ques-
tions and went home feeling well
informed thanks to Thy Khun,
owner of Starke Auto Repair.
After an informative intro-
ductory presentation and a short
question-and-answer session, the
group walked "to the parking lot
where Khun used a 2009 sedan
provided by the library to dis-
cuss automotive basics in greater
detail.
Khun went around the car, un-
der the hood and under the carpet
in the trunk, pointing out what
to look for when buying a used
car. After all questions were an-
swered, Khun took the attendees
on an exploratory learning ex-
pedition focused on car mainte-
nance. Under the hood, they trav-
eled along the maze of belts and
hoses, learning what to check
when the car is running, what to
check when the engine is cool,
and how often to do the check-
ing.
Khun talked about the different
types of fluids, how they should
look, and how they shouldn't.


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replacing a wiper blade and
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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3A




Bradford County's new building official is homegrown


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

The county fulfilled the wishes
of local contractors this month by
hiring a building official for the
building and zoning department,
but they also helped the new guy
fulfill a dream.
I Rod Crawford II will continue
to receive assistance from the
building department and Clay
County as he settles in to his new
position.
Building official is ajob Craw-
fqrd said he wanted as soon as
he read about it. Though he had
a strong background in the con-
struction industry, his credentials
fell short of the job's require-
ment. Undeterred, Crawford
said he set his mind to becoming
qualified.
Crawford is from Lawtey, the
son of Rod Crawford and Becky
Hallam. Construction runs in the
family. Both Crawford's father
and grandfather were general
contractors, and he began work-
ing in construction when he
was younger. He took a job in
Fernandina with a commercial
contractor when he was around
20 years old where he worked
in construction management and
learned about the administrative
side of the job.
:Over the years. he alternated
between working for himself
as commercial and residential
framer and working for others
in construction management,
depending on the opportunities
available.
,Around 2005, with dreams of
building big homes and cash-
ing in on the real estate boom,
Crawford invested the time and
money in pursuing a contractor's
license-just in time for the bub-


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Continued from 1A

Level 3 or above. Southside was
the next lowest. Only 26 percent
of- students scored at Level 3 or
above. The.average score was.
187 points.
Only 39 percent of students
scored at Level 3 or higher at
Lawtey Community School,
which bad an average score of
192. Starke and Hampton third-
graders had the district's highest
math scores, with 197 and 198
points respectively. At Starke
Elementary, 54 percent of those
tested were at grade level. Hamp-
ton third-graders were at 52 per-
cent.
SFCAT 2.0 requires students to
meet higher achievement levels.
According to the state, third-
grade assessments are especially


ble to burst, he said.
"I used it on smaller stuff, but
I never got to do'the houses that
I wanted to do. Big dreams and
little pockets," he said.
For the past six or seven years,
Crawford said he's had his own
construction management busi-
ness employed by a commercial
developer in Fernandina that
had him traveling the Southeast,
whereverthe projects-including
townhomes, apartment complex-
es and strip malls-took him.
Crawford said he had always
wanted to work in Bradford
County, so when he read about
the building official position, it
seemed perfect, even if he wasn't
perfect for it yet.
Becoming qualified was no
easy task. While there are any
number of schools of construc-
tion teaching the ins and outs
of.the industry, there's really no
school dedicated to educating
someone as a building code ad-
ministrator, he said. The classes
that were available were months
Down the line and took place in a
college setting out of town-not
a possibility given his family.
For Crawford, preparing him-
self was a matter of fiittiqg the
books-more than 20 of them-
and coming up with around
$1,300.
"1 navigated the International
Code Council website the best I
could and ended up purchasing
the books," Crawford said. That
was-in February, and by April he
was taking the test.
"It was pretty difficult, but
I wanted this pretty bad. This
is something I've wanted for a
long time. I've wanted to be lo-
cal," said Crawford, adding he's
probably spent more time in Fer-
nandina in the past 10 years than


important because students must
have the neGessary reading skills
in order to move to the next grade.
Studies show students who enter
fourth grade having conquered
difficulties with reading are less
likely to drop out and are more
successfulin school.....
Students in third grade must
reach Level 2 or higher on FCAT
reading to be promoted to fourth
grade, although scoring Level 1
does not mean automatic reten-
tion. Other options that allow
promotion include considering a
student's work portfolio or dem-
onstrated achievement on an al-
ternative assessment.
Twenty-two percent of Brad-
ford County third-graders scored
at Level 1. That includes 13 per-
cent of Hampton Elementary
School's third-graders, 15 per-
cent of those at Lawtey Commu-
nity School, 18 percent at Starke


projects around the corner.
"We've got some stuff coming
up that's going to be pretty good,
actually," he said.
Clay County has done a fine
job, Crawford said, and for the
time being they are still handling
inspections and plan reviews.
Nevertheless, local contractors
wanted Bradford County to have
its own, preferably homegrown,
building official, and.they want-
ed consistency.
"Everybody that has come in
has said they're happy to see
me in here," Crawford said. "A
lot of the guys I've known my
whole life."
S'They're happy they have


Rod Crawford II is the county's new building official.


he has here. He enjoys the seven-
minute drive to work more than
the two-hour drive.
Crawford's wife, Deena (Park-
er) Crawford, works at Shands
Starke and together they have a
total of five children ranging in
age from 7 to 19 years old. The
oldest has a year-old son of his
own, making them grandparents
as well. When he's away from
work, Crawford said with his
family is where he spends his
time.
"I like to do anything that re-
volves around my family," he
said, and that includes trips to the
lake and the beach. He also en-
joys metal detecting as a hobby,
searching former homesteads he


Elementary, 29 percent at South-
side Elementary and 35 percent
at Brooker Elementary.


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On the first Sunday of each
month, the Teaching Farm team
will offer interactive workshops
on the farm, located eight miles
south of Starke at the junction of
C.R. 227 and C.R. 18. Programs
will run from 3-4:30 p.m. and
will be followed by an optional
tour of the Sun Harvest EcoVil-
lage and a social and potluck
supper at 5 p.m. in the Peace
Education Center. There is no


finds on old maps of the county.
That's something he hopes to
have more time for now that he
has a regular 9-to-5.
Not that there isn't enough
to keep him busy. Crawford
said you might be surprised
the amount of work going on
in Bradford County in spite of
the economy. He was. The of-
fice stays busy, he said. Other
than the visible projects, like the
new State Farm office going up
south of Starke, there are many
remodeling and repair projects,
including housing additions and
mechanical projects like air con-
ditioning replacement. They are
primarily residential with poten-
tially a few more commercial


charge to attend.
On June 3, John X. Linnehan
will present Aspects of Sustain-
able Living.
For more information, please
call 352-468-3390 or 904-504-
1004, or e-mail teachihgfarm@
gmail.com.


someone they can call their own,
he said with a laugh, joking that.
might change once he takes over
inspections.
Crawford is determined to he,
the man they've been looking for
and continues to work toward.
that goal. It's not a journey he's,
on alone. God has blessed him,
he said.
"God has been good to me. He.
has always taken care of me, but
here lately he's taken care of me
a lot better than I deserve," he
said'.
Crawford is expected to take:
over the position fully in Octo-:
ber.


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Third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders at Hampton Elementary
thanks to participants like Patsy Davis from the
Bradford-Union Career Technical Center. She is pictured
above with T.J. Carpenter in the truck from the center's
driving program. Participants from theLcareer centers
health and cosmetology programs also participated,
plus there were visits from representatives of Florida
Credit Union and the Bradford County Sheriff's Office.


At right, Tyler Lussier
and James Dreyfuss
experiment with
stethoscopes.


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American Legion Post is an
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VFW Post 1016 and its
Ladies Auxiliary meet on
the third Thursday of each
month at the post home at 7
p.m. The post is located at
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THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5A


Across the Garden
Fence is a new column
sponsored by the Bradford
County Extension Service.
Readers who wish to pose
gardening questions should
forward them to Mary Bridg-
S man at jtd@ufl.edu.
S/ I live near a lake and wondered
if it's okay to install a pump to ir-
S rigate my lawn with lake water. I'm
not sure it would be a good idea anyway, be-
cause I've heard that lake water can cause fun-
gal infestations on turf grass. Is that true?
-Allen Caillouet,
Kingsley Lake
I've wondered about this topic myself. I contact-
ed the St. Johns Water Management District for as-
sistance and spoke to Don Brandes, Water Conser-
vation Program manager. He said that residential
use of this nature does not require a permit-the
threshold for permits is 100,000 gallons per day.
Neither Mr. Brandes nor Jim Devalerio, agricultur-
al extension agent for Bradford County, had heard
of any types of lawn pests caused by pond or lake
water.
Regardless of the source of your lawn irrigation
system, all residential watering must comply with
watering restrictions established by the Suwannee
River Water Management District, which includes
Union County, and all but a small portion of Brad-
ford 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 Daylight Savings Time.
For more information, visit the district's
website at www.srwmd.state.fl.us. Read-
ers in Keystone Heights may view rules
applicable to their area, which are similar,
at the website for the St. Johns River Wa-
ter Management District, www.sjrwmd.
com.


Reminder to
candidates
Local candidates for public of-
fice who want to run their free
announcement' in the newspaper
have until Monday, June 11, at
5 p.m. to submit that announce-
ment. Submissions after that
deadline will have to be paid for
like any other political advertise-
ment. For more information on


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- I've noticed white, a '
snake-like trails in. l
the leaves of my veg- ., .. W


etable plants. What
causes this? Should
I be concerned about
it?


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The trails you de-
scribe are caused by "-
the larva of a small fly
called the leaf miner.
The maggot tunnels
just under the surface
of the leaf causing Mary W. Bridgman
trails that are visible
to the naked eye on the leaves of tomatoes, peppers
and eggplants. The mature larva falls to the ground
and molts into a pupa from which an adult emerges
in seven to 14 days.
Generally, the leaf miner is not a serious threat.
A small wasp, also found in the garden, is a natu-
ral predator of the leaf miner and helps keep their
numbers low. Use of broad-spectrum insecticidal
dusts, such as Sevin, can actually cause pest popu-
lations to increase. Also, any insecticide utilized
can harm beneficial as well as pest insects. For ex-
ample, pollinating insects, such as bees, can pick
up dust when they land on plants that have been
treated.
If you only have a few leaf miner trails you can
control them by simply crushing them by pinch-
ing them inside the leaf. Spraying is rarely effec-
tive since'applications must be timed to target the
young larvae, which is difficult to do be-
I ASTER cause it is inserted into the leaf tissue and
GARDENER
, then stay in the tissue the entire time they
are feeding.
Due to the difficulty in targeting them
Ali' and because leaf miners are not really
considered a problem on most vegetables,
S no spray is suggested-and that's more
iLORjj Florida-friendly.


submissions, call the Telegraph
at 904-964-6305, the Monitor at
352-473-2210 or the Times at
386-496-2261.

Sign up for
soccer camp
First Chritian Church and
Starke Christian School are hold-
ing their soccer camp again this


year from June 11-14. Camp
times are 8-11 a.m. and the camp
is for children ages 4 to 12 years
old. No previous soccer experi-
ence is needed.
Campers who sign up by the
June 1 deadline will also receive
a T-shirt as part of their regis-
tration. Call 904-964-6100 for
more information or stop by the
church/school at 507 W. Call St.
in Starke for a registration form.


The Bradford County Public
Library is located at 456 W. Pratt
St. in Starke. For a full sched-
ule of events, pick up a calendar
from the front desk today. You
can also get the latest BCPL
news and event notifications on
Facebook at www.facebook.
com/bradfordlibrary. For more
information on these programs
or other services, please call 904-
368-3911 or visit www.bcpli-
brary.com.

Open Mic Night
Talented musicians and sing-
ers will own the night on Thurs-
day, May 31. Open Mic Night
is Bradford County Public Li-
brary's summer kick-off party.
Anyone is invited to enjoy the
light refreshments and entertain-
ment. Doors open at 5 p.m.

Free self-defense
classes
Learn basic defensive tactics
and situational awareness for free
on Saturday, June 9. Instructors
Milton Brinson and Travis Baird
will be conducting two two-hour
classes inside the meeting room
of the Bradford County Public
Library. Adults and teens may
sign up for the 10 a.m.-noon class
or the 1-3 p.m. class by contact-
ing the library.
Brinson and Baird have 20
years experience in law enforce-
ment. Both are experienced in-
structors, having taught martial
arts and defense moves to law
enforcement officers and civil-
ians.
Take advantage of this oppor-
tunity to learn an important skill.
Learning how to get away fr6m
an attacker could save your life.
Register for the June 9 class to-
day.


Florida ghost stories
Get ready for goosebumps
because author Robert R. Jones
has tales that will surely make
you want to dive between the
covers of his book Florida Ghost
Stories. From Fernandina to Sil-
ver Springs, creepy occurrences
have haunted the minds of wit-
nesses. These Indian legends and
disembodied spirits will come
alive in your minds on Tuesday,
June 26, at 6 p.m.

Adult reading
program
Adults are encouraged to ex-
plore what the library has to of-
fer this summer. Pick up a Be-
tween the Covers reading form
from the front desk, then select a
few books from our well-stocked
shelves and escape between the
,covers. When finished enjoying
the books, fill out the entry form,
and return it to the circulation
desk.
Multiple entries will be accept-
ed for the prize basket drawing.


The entry forms will be available
during the month bf June and
July. The adult reading program
ends on Tuesday, July 31.

Reading rewards
All children between the ages
of birth to sixth grade are invited
to participate in this summer's
Dream Big reading program.
Book bags and reading incen-
tives can be picked up during the
month of June. No bags will be
distributed in July.
Each bag contains a calendar
to track the amount of time spent
reading during the month 'of
July. For every 30 minutes spent
reading, parents initial the cale~i-
dars. Then the calendars can:be
brought back to the children's
department to be stamped by
Misty or Kim. After the calendar
is stamped, a wooden coin worth
$1 will be handed out. ,
Coins may be spent in the
Summer Store" located in the
children's department during the
month of July.


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SwAMP summer

-program apps
New Covenant Baptist program apps
SMinistries cordially invites available
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'We are now down to two weeks
left of school. This week is the
seniors' last week of high school.
Enjoy every bit of this week; you
cannot go back on these days.
The senior exams will be given
this week so it is important that
all seniors come to their classes.
Do not miss them.
This Thursday, the Golden B
Awards will be given. The cer-
em'ony is during school, first
through third periods. If you are
a parent of a child who has re-
ceived a Golden B, please come
to the ceremony.


The BHS chorus concert will
be held Thursday night. It starts
at 7 p.m. and will be in the au-
ditorium. The BHS band concert
was cancelled last week. I have
not been given any information
to when it is being rescheduled.
Last Friday we had a pep rally
at the school. It was great to see
all of the kids having a good time
together. I hope everyone enjoys
the rest of their week.

Quote of the Week: "Act as if
what you do makes a difference.
It does." -William James


evciryUn to u lueri;l auue
and Sister Cassandra Bonds'
third anniversary celebration
beginning Wednesday, June
6, at 6:30 p.m. with the Rev.
Michael Johnson and Antioch
Missionary Baptist Church
in charge and culminating on
Sunday,June 10, at 11 a.m.
and 3 p.m. Greater Bethel
A.M.E. of Gainesville and
the Rev. Karl V. Smith will
be in charge of the afternoon
service.

Heilbron Springs Baptist
Church will present "Sonlight
Express" vacation Bible
school from June 11-15 from
6-8:45 p.m. nightly.


/mpo//an7 open

house set
Starke Church of God by
Faith's summer program will get
under way in June. Applications
are now available.
The AMP summer program-
whith is short for Achieving
Maximum Potential-is funded
through a 21s1 Century Comnmu-
nity Learning Center Grant from
the Department of Education. It
is an extension of the after-school
program for middle school stu-
dents that takes place during the
school year at the church's learn-
ing center on S.R. 16, but it also
open to students who will be en-


tcring sixth grade in the fall.
There is no charge to, attend
the program, which will run
from June 25 through July 27,
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Transportation
to and, from the church's com-
munity center on S.R. 16 is pro-
vided to those who need and re-
quest it. Breakfast and lunch are
provided.
The purpose of the program
is to provide academic, cultural
and recreational opportunities to
students in this age range. There
will be daily enrichment in the
areas of math, reading and sci-
ence with certified teachers, and
sports and other recreational ac-
tivities. Plus, students will par-
ticipate in a summer-long learn-
ing project.
The program is primarily for
those who show the most aca-
demic need. For public school


students, that usually means
they score at level 1 or 2 on the
FCAT. The program is also open
to private schooll students Nwho
qualify as. well. Priority will be
shown for students most in need
of enrichment services, but oth-
ers may be accepted as space is
available.
Parents will need to complete
an application for their child to
be considered. Applications will
be available at Bradford Middle
School, all county elementary
schools and at the Starke Church
'of God by Faith Community
Learning Center.
An open house has been set for
June 21 at 7 p.m. Parent atten-
dance at this meeting will play a
major part in a student's accep-
tance in the summer program.
For more information, contact
site coordinator Avery Shell at'
904-964-2435 or 904-769-1621.


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
;;AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.:04-2010-CA-660
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING
LP F/KiA COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP
Plaintiff,
V-.
CHRISTY GARCIAA/K/A CHRISTY
A. MARLOWE, ET AL,
Defendants,
.NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
-O4TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
t6 '.a Final Summary Judgment
fated May 3, 2012, entered in Civil.
(ase No.: .04-2010-CA-660, of the
(ircuit Court of the Eighth Circuit in
aind for Bradford County, Florida,
hereIn BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO BAC
ROME LOANS SERVICING LP F/K/A
COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS
SERVICING LP is Plaintiff, and
(HRISTY GARCIA AKA CHRISTY A.
MARLOWE, ARRON J. MARLOWE,
SAA FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK,
8UNSTATE FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION, JOHN DOE N/K/A TIM
UJGATT and JANE DOE N/K/A
BOBBI FUGATT are Defendants.
te clerk will sell to the highest bidder
Sfr cash at the lobby of Bradford'
County Family/Civil Jqstice Center,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke, FL
$2091 at 11:00.a.m. on the 7m day ef
June, 2012, the following described
real property as set forth in said Final
ummary Judgment, to wit:
L)T 14, BLOCK 3, SARATOGA
ItEIGHTS UNIT III, AS PER PLAT'
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
ILAT 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 funds 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 courton 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIFICUIT IN
AND 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
4JNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
-BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
:AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
ZWHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWNN 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 HEREBY GIVEN 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 14' 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 /4 OF THE NW % 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 1/ 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 /2 OF SE /4 OF NW A4; 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 EASTERLYBOUNDARY386.31
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 BY, THROUGHI. UNDER
OR AGAINST THE NAMED-
DEFENDANT(S) ;.UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
#2;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
CREDITORS, LIENORS, TRUSTEES
OF WILLIAM EUGENE PAtJL,
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 against the
following described property, to wit:
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast:
% 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
% 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 East, 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
15'" 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
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR


BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2012-CA-0032
TD BANK, N.A., a national
association, as successor by merger
to Carolina First Bank and Mercantile
Bank,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AFJ INVESTMENTS, INC., a Florida
corporation; AIMEE F JENNINGS,
an individual; JOHN J. JENNINGS,
an individual; and KIDTALK, PA., a
Florida corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to that certain Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated May 17, 2012,
entered in Case No. 04-2012-CA-
0032, of the Circuit Court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
Bradford County, Florida, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, at public sale in the front lobby
of the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 28"h day
of June, 2012, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment of Foreclosure, to-wit:
EXHIBIT "A"
Parcel A
A parcel of land lying in Section 28,
Township 6 South, Range 22 East, in
the City of Starke, Bradford County,
Florida, and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the intersection of the
Westerly boundary of the Right of Way
North of Bay Street with the Northerly
boundary of the Right of way of West
Call Street and run North 72 degrees
18 minutes 00 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 52.5 feet to
a found concrete monument for the
Point of Beginning. From the Point
of Beginning thus described continue
North 72 degrees 18 minutes 00
seconds West, along said Northerly
boundary, 112.57 feet to a found 1"
iron pipe; thence North 18 degrees
21 minutes,40 seconds East, 100.38-
feet to a set iron rod; thence South 71
degrees 55 minutes 28 seconds East,
112.80 feet to a set iron rod; thence
South 18 degrees 29 minutes 43
seconds West, 99.64 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Subject to a reciprocal Easement to
the parcel lying immediately to the
North of the above described parcel
for Driveway and parking lot over the
existing driveways and parking lot
located on Parcel A.
Together with a reciprocal Easement
for driveway and parking over the
existing driveways and parking areas
located on the parcel lying North of
the Northerly boundary of this parcel
and South of West Jefferson'Street.
Any person claiming an interest in


the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the propertyowner as of the date
of the lis pendens must.file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES
ACT ("ADA") NOTICE
If you are a person with a disability
who needs an accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Eighth Judicial
Circuit Court Administration, 945
North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida
32091 or (904) 966-6280 upon receipt
of this Notice of Foreclosure Sale to
make arrangements. For hearing or
voice impaired, please call 711.
Dated this 23'd day of May, 2012.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Court
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Daren L. Anderson, Esq.
Volpe, Bajalia, Wickes, Rogerson &
Wachs
501 Riverside Avenue, 7th Floor
Jacksonville, FL 32202
5/31 2tchg 6/7-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Ron Denmark Mini Storage will hold
a Public Auction on Friday, June 15,
2012 at 10:00 AM at 2117 N. Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL on the following
storage units containing personal
items.
#99 Belonging toA. Williams
#89 Belonging to E. Kelly
#64 Belonging-to R. Erdman
#115, 117 & 118 Belonging to J.
Carter
#34 Belonging to M. Miller
5/31 2tchg 6/7-BCT
NOTICE FOR EARLY PUBLIC
REVIEW OF A PROPOSAL.TO
SUPPORT ACTIVITY IN
THE 100-YEAR FLOODPLAIN
AND WETLAND
May 31, 2012
Bradford County
P. O0.Drawer .
Starke, FL32091 '
904.966.6387
To: All Interested Agencies, Groups,
and Individuals
This is to give notice that the Bradford
County has been awarded Community
Development Block Grant Funds by
the Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity. The funding is provided
by the U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development and will be
used for rehabilitation and demolition
and replacement of owner-occupied
dwelling units for low-to moderate
income families; other related
activities include temporary relocation
and administration.
This notice is required by Section
2(a)(4) of Executive Order 11988


for Floodplain Management, and by,
Section 2(b) of Executive Order 11990
for the Protection of Wetlands, and is'
implemented by the U. S. Department
of Housing and Urban Development
Regulations found at 24 CFR 55.20(b)
for the U. S. Department of Housing.,
and Urban Development action that
is within and/or affects a floodplain or
wetland.
Construction will be undertaken
in the 100-year floodplain or
wetlands. Bradford County is
interested in alternatives and public
perceptions of possible adverse-
impacts that could result from the
project as well as potential mitigation
measures. Housing rehabilitation or.
replacement activities may be located.
within the floodplain area if the existing;
houses are already located within the-
floodplain or wetland. This project
covers the unincorporated area of
Bradford County. Activities include
rehabilitation and replacement of
owner-occupied dwelling units for low-
to moderate-income families. Only
existing houses will be rehabilitated
or replaced, there will be no new.
construction. ';
Written comments must be received,
by Ross Chandler, in his capacity as-
Chairman of the Board of the County
Commissioners at 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 on or'
before June 18, 2012.
Additional information may be,
obtained by contacting Kelly Canady,/,
Community Development Director at'-
904.966.6387.
Ross Chandler, Chairman
Bradford County Environmental
Certifying Official-
945 North Temple Avenue:
Starke, FL 32091
5/31 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
Notice is hereby given:
Larae R. Huff '
Last known address of:
10598 SE 4'h Ave,
Starke, FL 32691
You are hereby-'notified that your:
eligibility to vote is in question. You are.;
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.
Terry L. Vaughan
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections
PO lex 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Starke, FL 32091
Dated: May 29, 2012
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THURSDAY, MIAY 31, 201/ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


Health advisory group considers areas for improvement


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Bradford County Com-
munity Health Advisory Council
met again last week to refine its
focus on areas it believes it can
promote change.
They continued to look at\the
local public health system, which
people from many professions
and walks of life-not just med-
icine-play a role in. Business
and industry, churches, law en-
forcement, schools, corrections,
recreation, local government
and more all make up the public
health system.
7'.So what is this system's role in
community health? Well for the
advisory group, it's getting par-
ticipants in the system involved
in creating a community health
improvement plan. This isn'tjust
something that can be done by
the health department, said Win-
nie Holland,director of the health
department. That would make it
the health department's plan. Ev-
ery stakeholder has something to
contribute as,well as ways they
will benefit from helping to de-
velop and implement a success-
ful plan to improve the commu-
nity's health.
"What we view as being im-
portant may not be important
to the majority of people in this
community," Holland said.
The health department is just
one entity and cannot impact the
health of the entire community,
-she said, The same is true of the
hospital or any individual entity.


ROAD
Continued from 1A

lutions that involved bringing the
new highway through Lincoln
City or closing the intersection in
front of KOA received the most
complaints..
:The latest map proposes a
northern alternative. The high-'
way would be constructed be-
tween the VyStar Credit Union
and IHOP, with offshoots onto
Alexander, Road. The median
opening in front of the Deerfoot
shopping enter would be closed
and another opened t Sthe shop-
ping center's northern entrance,
forming a new signalized inter-


Collectively, however, everyone
could make a difference.
Taking its cuit from the re-
cently release 2012 County
Health Rankings, in which Brad-
ford County ranked 49 out of 67
counties in the health outcomes
category (illness and death) and
48 in health factors (social, eco-
nomic and environmental), as
well as past surveys, the group
has chosen awareness of local
services as one important initia-
tive.
That includes awareness of
and access to all local services,
and not just those that serve the
poor and uninsured. Sometimes
people can't afford what is avail-'
able, but other times they just
aren't aware that they can shop
local when it comes to health
care, too.
Private doctors won't want to
practice here if residents are trav-
eling to physicians and special-
ists in other areas, Holland said,
so raising the profile of the in-.
creasing number of practitioners
and the services they provide is
important. The hospital has also
made progress on improving
its reputation and word must be
spread about that.
Access by the underserved re-
mains an issue as well, and the
health departments are already
doing their part to help. To im-
pr6ve access to care for the for
the less fortunate in Bradford and
Union counties; the New River
Health.Care Board was formed,
and having Union's health de-
partment recognized as a Fed-


section.
In addition to completing con-
struction of the new highway,
changes to the traffic pattern
on 301 would result,- including
removal of the credit union en-
trance. Ingress and egress would
be moved to Southeast 144th. The
southern enthnce to the shop-
ping center on the west side of
301 would remain, but it would
be right turn in and right turn
out only. The new main'entrance
would be the north entrance.
DOT. waited to formulate an-.
other proposal until it could study
the traffic following the paying
of the first two segments. Green
said traffic on 144'h increased 30
percent, but there was no'clear


erally Qualified Health Center
-Look-Alike could be the first
step in getting federal grant fund-
ing to support their mission.
Another obvious area to be
addressed is the rate of obesity
in the county, both preventing
it in children and helping obese
adults who are already strug-
gling. There are already walking
programs and other programs in
schools trying to promote more
physical activity. The success-
ful Ag in the Classroom program
at Starke Elementary will soon
be countywide as well, Holland
said, teaching kids how to grow
and appreciate fruits and veg-
etables. It's an example of how
schools, parents, the extension
office and the health department
are all working together on the
problem.
"You can really make a dra-
matic a difference as long as long
as you get a whole lot of people.
working together on an initia-
tive," Holland said.
Getting businesses more in-
volved is a next step, whether its
businesses competing in weight
loss challenges or simply co-
workers banding together to sup-
port each other's wellness goals.
The group questioned if the
obesity label wouldn't hurt par-
ticipation and talked about wid-
ening the scope to promoting
healthier living in general. That
umbrella would encompass exer-
cise and another of the previous-
ly discussed initiatives-tobacco
use.
That left a spot for a third ini-


preference from drivers when it
came to choosing one of the ex-
isting routes to 301. That's when
they sat down and came up with
one more alternative, he said.
Green. estimated there was
approximately $1.6 million left
in the budget for the project,
but that would probably not be
enough to cover the cost of the
new draft alternative. It is just
a draft, he stressed; it has not
been presented to the public for
comment, and no engineering or
analysis of right of way or other
impacts has taken place.
Green also requested project
suggestions for DOT's five-year
work plan and briefly discussed
the future of the Starke bypass.


tiative, and the group discussed
including teen pregnancy in the
community health plan. Here
again is an opportunity to raise
awareness-overcome the per-
ception that it's not an issue and
demonstrate that it impacts par-
ents and children long term, in-
cluding their education, income
and health.
"The only way to make a dif-
ference is if the entire commu-
nity sees it as an issue," Holland
said.
The difficulty is finding.a so-
lution that is effective but also
doesn't offend sensibilities. The
health department is working
with schools on a grant-funded,
abstinence-based outreach pro-
gram for teens, but it's effective-
ness is based in part on parents'
willingness to discuss these is-
sues with their kids, Holland
said,
The group is looking to have its
next meeting on the third Mon-
day in June around noontime in
hopes of attracting more partici-
pation. They believe improving
access to care, community well-
ness and tackling social prob-
lems like teen pregnancy will pay
off in perhaps some unexpected
ways, not only in terms of health,
but economically, educationally
and socially. Businesses could
grow, residential development
could take off again, the tax base
could increase, schools could be
better funded, health care costs
could drop-and people could
live happier, longer and more
stress-free lives.


The project has funding to pur-
chase right of way funding be-
ginning in fiscal year 2013, but
no funds for construction. Bill
Henderson from DOT said the
solution could be to make the
bypass a toll road that pays for
itself.

Ready for a
change?
Find courage at the Al-Anon
family group meeting every
Thursday from 6-7 p.m. at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church, 212
N. Church St. in Starke. Call
904-io 4-6'14nor.io 'inforia-'"
tion.


4-H offering
local day camp
Are you interested in complet-
ing your Florida hunter safety
certification? Would you like
to khow more about the 4-H
shooting sports clubs? Maybe
you have an interest in Florida
wildlife? If these questions catch
your eye, then you need to sign-
up for the Outdoors 101 4-H. Day
Camp that will take place June
11 through 14.
This camp will be.conducted
using two tracks:
Track 1: Hunter safety certi-
fication-To participate in this
track, you must complete the
FWC Hunter Safety Online ma-
terial at http://bit.ly/JKJGw9 and
print your certificate prior to at-
tending the start of the camp.
This certificate is required to
complete the range portion of the
hunter safety certification.
If you 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 and
test; Thursday, wildlife program-
ming.
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.

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 wil
be served. Come out and get your.
questions answered and concerns
expressed before the primary
election in August.
The next action group meet-
ing will be July 16 at 7 p.m. in
the annex of the Pleasant Grove
United Methodist Church. The
final decision on the naming of
the roads will be one of the iri-"
portant topics for this meeting. ;


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Starke Elementary first-graders making A honor-roll for the third nine weeks were
(front to back, left to right) Destiny Baker, Kenlee Wise, Eli Gilliam, Austin Corbin,
Kevin Carmichael, Gabrielle Oliver, Abigail Clouser, Alex Brown, Joshua Ackerman,
Leah Kersey, Gabriel Prevatt, Ayanna Pringle, Willa Hardy and Madison Rhoden.


Starke Elementary second-graders making A honor roll for the third nine weeks were
(front to back, left to right) Aailiyah Jones, Sydnee King, Derek Pena, Taylor Reddish,
Zaya Thompson, McKenzie Smith, Marvin Davis, Jada Harris, Sidaley.Young and Khloe
Riley.


Other Starke Elementary first-graders making A honor roll for the third nine weeks
were (front to back, left to right) Jadie Clark, Hayden Knight, Ashley Brady, Brianna
Justice, Emma Fulton, Nancy Ochoa, Amaria Glover, Takierra Bakken, Heavenlee
Covington, Alonna Wilcox, Gabrielle Oliver and Kimberlyn Woods.


Other Starke Elementary first-graders making A honor roll for the third nine weeks
were (front to back, left to right) Angelica Barnett, Faith Lorell, Cassie Acevedo, Shayla
Gay, Danny Thornton, lan Clouser, Jayden Lee, Brooklynn Reddish, McKenzie Griffis
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June 30
political rally
will raise
money for vets
Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund will sponsor a fundraising
:political rally on June 30 from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Thunder Mu-
sic Park, 9057 U.S. 301 south
of Hampton. Candidates will
for local offices will be allowed
15 minutes each to speak, and
HV.MF volunteers will be selling
hamburgers and hot dogs. Doug
Williamson will perform. Ad-
mission is free.
Candidates must contact Jac-
quelyn Totura at 904-964-6603
prior to the rally. For more infor-
mation, please contact Jim. Mit-
zel at 352-215-9217.


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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REGION NEWS OBITUARIES
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Longtime piano teacher to be honored this Sunday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Just like, a favorite song that
never gets old, no matter how
often you hear it, Louise Stern
has created a lasting legacy
ih Starke, teaching piano and
instilling an appreciation of


music in young people for more
than 60 years.
Now, it's time for those
who have had their lives
touched by Stern to show their
appreciation.
A reception in honor of Stern
will be held this Sunday, June 3,


from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church at 212
N. Church St. in Starke.
"It's just so long overdue. It
really is," said Jane Farnsworth,
one of the organizers of the event
and a former pupil of Stern's.
"Starke is so fortunate to have


her."
Steve Denmark,-- another
former pupil and event organizer,
said it is believed Stern taught
piano to approximately 1,000
students, and she remembers
quite a lot of those students. ..
"She sat down and wrote out


by hand about 70 percent of her
students," Denmark said, adding
that Stern knows where many
of her former students live and-
what they're doing in life, as
well as knowing many of her
female students' married names.
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copies of programs of recitals
Stern's students participated in,
Denmark said 400 to 500 former
students were contacted about
the reception, which will feature
finger foods and punch and an
opportunity for people to share
their thoughts on Stern.
"We're expecting at least 100,"
Denmark said, "but, hopefully,
there will be more than that."
Denmark credited Joann Scott
Diddell for coming up with the
idea of honoring Stern. Diddell
mentioned the idea at a Bradford
High School class reunion last
year, Denmark said.
It seemed like a good idea,
and one that has thrilled the
honoree.
"I'm just so thrilled that all
these people are doing so much
for me," Stern said.
Stem, the daughter of Bill
and Theresa Kahr Stern, began
learning to play the piano at the
age of 9. She had no aspirations
to teach others to play. She
dreamed of being a dress
designer, but then cast an eye
ia ward being a secretary before
she graduated from high school,
Stern enjoyed.typing and taking
shorthand.
Stern was taking piano
lessons with Agnes Bishop at the
Jacksonville College of Music
(now the music department
at Jacksonville University) in
the 1940s when she received a
telegram from Bishop prior to
going to Jacksonville one day

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new schedule
The Bradford Food Pantry is'
now receiving food products di-
rectly from local outlets on a dai-
ly or semi-weekly basis. Since
many of these products are per-
ishables, they are being shared
with other local pantries.
In a desire to waste nothing
and to meet the needs of the com-
munity, the Bradford Food Pan-
try will now be serving on Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Friday effective Friday, June
1. The pantry will be closed on
Wednesday.
The food pantry is obtaining a
greater variety and gross of fruits
and vegetables, as well as meats.
The new schedule should accom-
modate dispersing these products
on a more timely basis. Volun-
teers are excited about the oppor-
tunity to better serve the commu-
nity's need and hope the changes
will not inconvenience anyone.
On a related matter, volun-
teers wish to thank all those who
participated in the recent United
States Postal Service food drive.
The Bradford Food Pantry col-
lected thousands of pounds of
food,which will be a tremendous
help in supporting those in need
of fdod.

Correction
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Sgt. David Jones was incorrectly
identified due to a reporter's er-
ror in a story on the institution's
dog-training program that ap-
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BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
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finding something fun to do in
Starke after hours may not have
considered group exercise as an
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Several of its local gyms offer
a variety of classes, but only the
Bradford Union Area Career and
Technical Center offers indoor
cycling, sometimes referred to
as "spinning."
Classes cost little more
than $3 each, and you needn't


purchase a large number of
tickets in advance. As a bonus,
all spinners are'eligible to take
up to one additional class per
day-Pilates, yoga or defensive
conditioning (self defense)-at
no additional charge.
"Attendance has been great,"
David Harris, the career center's
adult and community education
coordinator, said, "but we have
room for more. In April, we
recorded 176 visits. We could
easily double that.
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STERN
Continued from 1B

informing her to be prepared
to teach. Her first student was
named Bobby Hess, and she
taught him for two years.
It made for some long days for
Stern, who would firnd herself
waiting to catch a bus home at
night. She drove to Jacksonville
and back when she could, but
rationing during World War II
made gasoline and tires hard to
come by.
Stem would often be waiting
at the bus station with many
soldiers. Room was hard to
come, by on the bus.
"You didn't get a seat too
often," Stern said in a 2000
Telegraph-Times-Monitor story.
"I can remember standing up,
usually from Jacksonville to
Baldwin. Enough people would
get off in Baldwin that,I would
get a seat to Starke."
The start of Stern's teaching
career may have begun in
Jacksonville, but it was her
experience as a secretary that
pushed her fully onto that career
path. She had a summerjob with
the United Service Organizations
and found that she really did not
enjoy being a secretary.
Stern decided to immerse


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Louise Stern is pictured at the Woman's Club of Starke in the 1960s.


herself in music and, with
Bishop's help, received a
scholarship to ,the St. Louis
Institute of Music, from where
she graduated in 1950.
Intheearly '60s,Sternattended
two nine-week summer sessions
at the Aspen Music School,
where she studied under concert
pianist Grant Johannesen.
"I learned a lot from him,"
Stern told the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor in 2000. "Being a
concert pianist, he could teach
me things about technique I
had not learned at (the St. Louis
Institute of- Music), and I had
excellent teachers there." '


In that 2000 interview, Stern
said she came to appreciate.
music most when she studied
the lives of the great composers..
In turn, she tried to pass on ah
appreciation of music to -her
students.
"That's my main goal-that
they'll grow up to enjoy music
and become listeners so that
music enriches their lives," Stern
said during the 2000 interview.
Denmark said Stem did
help him develop such an
appreciation,adding that because
of his lessons with Stern, he can
still read music to this day.
"She had a big influence on


my life," Denmark said.
Stern is still teaching a student
today-he will be playing the
background music at the June 3
reception-but there was a time
when she averaged anywhere
from 12 to 15 students a week,
ranging in ages from 6 to 17.
She has been teaching for so
long that she has not only taught
the children of former students,
but their grandchildren as well.
She admitted in 2000 ihere
were times over the years where
she didn't necessarily feel like
teaching on certain days. Yet her
love of the. music and teaching
others would consume her once
she began working with her
students.
"Once I get started, then I'm
really enjoying it more, by the
end of the day," Stern said in the
2000 Telegraph-Times-Monitor
story. "Sometimes it's hard for
me to stop a lesson on time
because I get so interested afid
involved. I would like to just
keep (the students longer), and I
often do."
"Music has been her life,"
Farnsworth said. .
Now, it's time to honor
that life. Farnsworth, though,
does not have to wait until the
reception to get a blessing. She
has seen how much joy Stern has
gotten out of the fact her former
students even want to honor Sr
in such a fashion.,
"It already has been so nice
Farnsworth said.
Friends and former students
alike are invited to attend the
reception. For more information.
please call Farnsworth at 904-
964-7672,.Denmark at 904-964-
5827 or Diddell at 904-625-
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Bradford High
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who competed
at the AAU
Junior Olympic
Southeast
Super Regional
Qualifier were
.(-r) Sara Wade,
Brandi Nichols,
Brittany Goode
and Ronda
McCormick.


BHS students capture medals

at AAU Junior Olympics event


:Bradford High School stu-
dents Brittany Goode, Ronda
.McCormick, Brandi Nicols and
Sara Wade earned two gold med-
als and one'silver medal as part
of the ShowTime Studios Baton
Group at the May 19 AAU Ju-
'nior Olympic Southeast Super,


Regional Qualifier, which was
held May 19 in Orlando.
The event, which also fea-
tured McCormick earning a sil-
ver medal in solo freestyle, was
held in Orlando.
All four students have now
qualified for the National Junior


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Handley,
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Cathy and Barry Sams of Lake
Butler announce the engagement
of their daughter, Jenna Handley,
to Austen Roberts, son of Avery
and Twyla Roberts, also of Lake
Butler.
SHandley is a graduate of Union
County High School and attends
:the University of Florida. Rob-
erts is also a graduate of Union
County High School and attends
Valdosta State University.
.The wedding is planned for.
June 16, 2012, at Amelia Island
with a reception to follow.


McRae,
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William Michael McRae and
Heather Elizabeth Padgett, along
with their parents, cordially in-
vite you to attend their wedding
ceremony on Saturday, June 30,
at 6 p.m. at First United Method-
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vitations will be sent.


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Olympics, which will be held
July 30-Aug. 3 in Houston.
Meagan Robinson, who is also
part of the Bradford High team,
was unable to perform due to her
participation in the Miss BHS
pageant, in which she earned
first runner-up.


Paislee Faye Stephens

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nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Paislee' Faye' Stephens, on
Monday, May 21, 2012, \in
Orange Park. She weighed 7
pounds, 3 ounces, and measured
20 inches in length. She joins a
sister, Aubree.
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Davis, all of Starke. Maternal
great-grandparents are Lester
Dyess, and Sue and Lester Will-
ingham, all .of Starke. Paternal
grandparents are Morris and Kim
Stephens of Jacksonville. Pater-
nal great-grandmother is Mary
Jane Stephens of Jacksonville.


Kingsley Lake
reunion set
for June 16
There will be a reunion for the
people who grew up at Kingsley
Lake during the '50s and '60s on
Saturday, June 16, beginning at
noon. The location will be the
Kingsley Lake Civic Center.
There will be finger foods and
drinks. If you would like to bring
something, please do. If you
would like more information,
please contact Joseph (Joey)
Callan at callanjoseph@hotmail.
com.

Summer
acting camps
to be offered
in Starke
Three acting camps presented
by A New Voice will be held on
Monday and Tuesdays this sum-
mer in Starke at the First United
Methodist Church.
The camps, which will be held
from 9. a.m. until 2 p.m., cover
acting and improvisational skills
that include the use of body, face,
voice and character development,
as well as other skills.
Acting and Radio Theater for
ages 8-14 will be held June 25-
26. Students will create their own
sound effects using their bodies
and everyday objects, and will
write and perform theii own ra-
dio commercials.
Acting and Puppets for ages
8-14 will be held July 9-10. Stu-
dents will learn how to manipu-
late their puppets physically and
vocally, as well as making their
own puppets.
Beginning Acting for ages 7-9
will be held July 16-17. Students
will learn how to use and create
costumes and props to develop
characters. The camp will also
include games and skits.
The last hour on the second
day of each camp will feature an
acting exhibition for friends and
family.
For more information, please
contact Karyn Merritt at 904-
263-0839 or anewvoice@em-
barqmail.com.


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birthday present
on May 22,
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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012 e PAGE 4B


editor@ bctelegraph.com

A fine man
recognized

Dear Editor,
. Sometimes we recognize
people too late, but most who
knew him probably know where
am coming from. Every time I go
to work at Hampton Elementary,
I am reminded of Mark Hodges.
Over 20 years ago, he built me
some playground equipment that
has lasted in better shape than
most of the corporate stuff we
have installed.
I have used the world map in the
hall he mounted more times than I
could count. I taught his children
and worked with his mom. Not
a .finer fella ever volunteered to
helpat a school. I know he was a
great dad because of the children
he sent here. Bradford County.
lost -a very good man this' past
month. My heart goes out to his
family because I know he meant
the world to them. He did not talk
a good game; he lived it.
Steve Acree
Brooker

Response to
Ten Command-
ments protest


Dear Editor,
Now, let me see if. I have,
this straight'. A private citizen
or citizens funded a monument
to the 10 commandments. The.
Commissioners) of Bradford
County allowed saidt monument
to be placed on the lawn of the
Bradford County Courthouse.
I am a "believer," but I am
also a patriot. There must
be separation of Church and
State. It is unconstitutional
and discriminatory .to have it
otherwise. Will I be burned at
the stake if I don't convert to the
religion of who won the election
this term? Additionally, I do not
want to be ruled by a religious
government. I'm a sinner.
There were many "Christians"
who attended the protest of the
monument's placement on the
courthouse lawn, and a few.
atheists. It is not a religious issue,
folks. It's a constitutional issue.
Ella L. Cooney
Starke

Driving water
policy

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Silk-stocking water litigation
attorney Ed de la Parte recently
pennedaguestcolumn completely
exculpating his billionaire client
Adena Springs from any possible
adverse effects that withdrawing
13.2 million gallons of water
per day from the aquifer might
cause.
When Mr. de la Parte claims
that Adena Springs' 13.2 mgd
withdrawal effects "on these
environmental features is
virtually non-existent," we
should recall that Mr. de la
Parte has also gotten rich by
taking the side of the huge water
withdrawers during most every
recent contested withdrawal,
including the Tampa Bay water
wars.
SIt's also no surprise to
find that Mr. de la Parte was
also the wizard behind the
latest consolidated JEA water
withdrawal permit approved by
the Governing Board of,.the St.
Johns River Water Management
District, this in the face of rivers,
springs and lakes going dry,
violating minimum flow.levels
and state law and board rules
that required protection of these
natural resources.
In spite of this, a permit was
swiftly. approved, based partly
upon several falserepresentations,
a contract notable for escape
clauses, lack of conservation
and inadequate use of reclaimed


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a big cone

Dear Editor,
You know how yc
newsletters from
and they ask you t.
about your concern
what I have just seni
Nelson and hope other
.citizens will join' me i
accountability for
grabbiQg going on in
Dear Senator Nelsc
is more important ii
of Florida right no'
depletion of the Flori(
which, has caused
rivers, springs and v
dry up at an alarming
there is an obviol
greatly contributing
depletion of our wate
the huge water v
from the aquifer for
agricultural, landsco
human consumption
insult to injury. Tho
water shortages are


I


lis pumping for our state, permit after permit
known in is granted'and this problem is
contributing endemic to the entire United
e Suwannee States. The Floridan Aquifer on
springs, the which most Floridians depend
s. on for drinking water runs from
JEA permit South Carolina to. Biscayne,
Sthe lakes Florida. What can you do to
g in need help save our water resources in
the district Florida? We are desperate. The
rants to' set lake behind my house in
en lower.as Keystone Heights has completely
e issued. dried up and many other water
s no doubt bodies in North Florida are
persuasive rapidly disappearing. As if the
clients who economy wasn't bad enough, the
pay for his loss of these water bodies also
f their water further impact our poor economy
is certainly .as businesses fail and real estate
trustworthy values plummet. My lifetime
waterpolicy assets and dreams of a retirement
endangered on a Florida lake died with the
dwindling lake.
Now, our treasured Silver
Terry Brant Springs is threatened by a
Melrose billionaire Canadian cattle
rancher located just 7 miles from
the Springs who is asking for
13 mgd of water to irrigate'the
rtage grass his cows feed on; which is
rt~age more water than the whole City
of Ocala uses. I would at least
ern like to hear some support for the
citizens from you on this issue.
The disregard and denial that over
u get thosepumping has harmed the aquifer
politicians by politicians is disgraceful. The
potell them citizens of this state are tired
s? This 'is of- bottling companies, utility
to Senator companies and cattle ranches
to Senar being allowed to get public water
nd demanded for free and get richer from it
dem while local businesses go out
the water of business, as we all watch the
our state: landscape of Florida forever be
on: Nothing changed. It is a fact that investors
n the State ge.i
w than the are grabbing up all the water
ai Aquifer they can, water banking, and are
dan Aquifer planning on selling it back to
wetlands to us in the future at gold standard
rate. While prices. I think there should be
rate. Whle a Congressional Hearing and
s drought Investigation into the theft of
g to the public water, which belongs
r resources, to the citizens of the State of
ithdra als Florida which has been allowed
industrial, and sanctioned by Governor Rick
aping and Scott and the FDEP.
are adding Jackie Host, President
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Thank you
for a quick

response

Dear Editor:
I would like to thank everyone
that took part last week when my
two barns blew down on Tuesday.
That was the worst storm I've
been in in 74 years.
It lasted about 10 minutes,
and we had hail 2 inches deep
and light wires lying all over the
ground.
I walked outside after the
storm, and Mike Brown and his
team from Lawtey Volunteer
Fire and Rescue were already
coming up the road to my house
to assist. Brian Johns from
Bradford County Emergency
Management, Sheriff Smith and
Mr. Boatwright, and many others
called offering help.
Florida Power and Light did
their job and did it well. "The
Lord doeth all things well."
Thanks!
Henry Hodges
Starke

A successful
Memorial Day

Dear Editor,
I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the
American Legion Post 202 for
hosting the Memorial Service that
would have been derailed due to
inclement weather. I appreciate
their hospitality, a dry room, and
refreshments. I do not know all


that made this happen, but my
thanks go out to all involved.
Those in attendance were
privileged to hear a young
lady named Crystal that served
two tours in Afghanistan. She
was articulate, respectful and
knowledgeable. She presented a
wonderful tribute to all military
personnel.
Carol and David Golden's
music made this a special day.
What a gift they both have and
their willingness to share is
genuine. As most ceremonies
were cancelled due to weather, I
understand Joan Jones made sure
ours was not. I heard someone
comment, "Our soldiers don't
stop due to bad weather, and
neither should we!"
It is an honor to live in a town
that respects our flag and country
and all it stands for. Thank you,
Keystone!
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Warrior Project
Dear Editor,
Spires IGA today announced
that it has joined forces with
other IGA independent retailers
across the country and Wounded
Warrior Project (WWP) for an
IGA Exclusive Brand cause
marketing event. During this
national campaign-running in
participating IGA stores from
Memorial Day weekend (May
28) through Labor Day weekend
(Sept. 3)-a number of WWP
co-branded IGA: Exclusive
Brand products will be available
for purchase. By fall of this
year, IGA plans to donate up to
$200,000 to WWP.
In 2011, $120,000 was
donated to WWP in the name


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to raise much-needed funding to
help wounded service members
with everything from physical-
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family aid, and job assistance,"
Mike Spires, IGA owner said.
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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.
All individuals on this report are
presumed innocent until adjudi-
cated guilty by a court.
Alicia Dawn Baker, 33, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for DUI.
Jonathan Tyrone Bass, 30, of
Starke was arrested May 28 by
Starke police for a weapon of-
fense and possession of a weap-
on.
Jose Miguel Beltran, 31, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for aggravat-
ed battery and cruelty toward a
child.
Shawn Robbrt Bitgood, 35,
of Starke was arrested May 27
by Bradford deputies for hit and'
run.
Clarinda Saddler Burch, 58,
of Starke was arrested May 25
by Starke police for retail theft.
Tremaine Alvin Byrd, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Bradford deputies for two counts
of larceny, two counts of dealing
in stolen property, two counts of
burglary, and two counts of pub-
lic order crimes. Bond was set at
$8,000.
Nathaniel Carter, 53, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct.
Telv Deltwan Coleman, 23 of
Sanderson was arrested.May 26
by Starke police for two counts
of possession of marijuana.
John Lamar Crews, 42 of
Starke was arrested May 24 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $50,000.
Justin Drawdy, 28, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 27 by
Bradford deputies for withhold-
ing child support.
James Mannon-Goff, 25, 'bf-
Lake Butler was arrested May


24 by Bradford deputies for mis-
demeanor probation violation.
Donavan Denver Goodman,
40, of WildwoOd was arrested
May 22 by Starke police for dis-
orderly intoxication.
Marcus Quartz Green, 32, of
Chattahoochee was arrested May
26 by Starke police for driving
with a suspended license.
Tyrone Alvon Guion, 23, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana and operating a ve-
hicle with no valid driver's li-
cense.
Ronald Louis Hays, 37, of
Hernando, was arrested May 22
by Starke police for disorderly
intoxication.
Torelle L Henderson, 18, of
Lawtey was arrested May 22 by
Lawtey police for trespassing
and retail theft.
James Gregory Hirner, 39, of
Middleburg was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended license. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Robert Jackson,28, of Lawtey
was arrested May 22 by Lawtey
police for dealing in stolen prop-
erty. Bond was set at $10,000.
Kimbery Renee James, 37, of
Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Jason Antwan Jefferson,29,of
Jacksonville was arrested May
26 by Starke police for a weapon
possession charge. Bond was set
at $10,000.
Willie Charles Jenkins, 55, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license.
Joshua L Keplar, 33, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
Bradford deputies for an out of
county warrant. Bond was set at
$5,500.
Marsha Kaye Lane, 50, of
Palmetto was arrested May 25
by Starke pofice for DUI.
Donald Vernon Lavery,40,of
Hampton was arrested May 25
by Bradford deputies for an out
-of county warrant.
Qwade Long, 22, of Jackson-


ville was arrested May 26 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license.
Danny Lee Martin, 58, of
Waldo was arrested May 26 by
Bradford deputies for DUI.
Rafael Alfonzo Mendez, 32,
of Brooker was arrested May 25
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Tywann Tyrell Mills, 33, of
Lawtey was arrested May 22
by Starke police for possession
of marijuana and possession of
narcotic equipment.
George Anthony Padgett, 49,
of Lake Butler was arrested May
24 by Bradford deputies for hit
and run, burglary, aggravated
assualt, fleeing/eluding police,
and a failure to appear. Bond
was set at $54,000.
Cadilyn Keri Rex, 19, of
Brooker was arrested May 22 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Charles Bernard Ruise, 38, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested May
22 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear., Bond was set at
$4,000.
-Alfred Jerome Seymour, 28,
of High Springs was arrested
May 26 by Bradford deputies
for DUI.
Tavius Lamor Shanks, 22, of
Sanderson was arrested May 23
by Starke police for felony pro-
bation violation.
Charles M Simmons, 40, of
Starke was arrested May 24 by
Bradford deputies for aggra-
vated assualt and felony battery.
Bond was set at $100,000.
Robert Cornelius Sylvester,
31, of Starke was arrested May
25 by Bradford deputies for
sexual offender violation, fail-
ure to notify law enforcement
of a change of address within 48
hours.
Deniese Michell Tyson, 39, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license.
Carrie Hodge, 34, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 22 by
Clay deputies for defrauding a
financial institution.
Clinton Kirkland, 40, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested llay


23 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear for not having a mo-
torcycle endorsement.
Amanda Ferreri, 23, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
24 by Clay deputies for domes-
tic simple battery.
Floyd Inscoe, 31, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 25
by Clay deptities for vandalism
over 200 dollars, for two counts
of tampering/fabricating physi-
cal evidence, and four counts of
providing false information to
law enforcement officers.
Shane Merritt, 19, of Key-
stone' Heights was arrested May
25 by Clay deputies for simple
battery, petit theft, and resisting
retail merchant/officer.
Brittany Swilley, 23, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
25 by Clay deputies for simple
battery and resisting retail mer-
chant/officer.
Raymond Williams, 75, of
Melrose was arrested May 25
by Clay deputies for violation of
probation criminal mischief.
Walter Schneider, 38, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
26 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear for driving with li-


cense suspended revoked.
James Goforth, 44, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested May
28 by Clay deputies for posses-
sion of a controled substance
and possession of drug para-
phernalia.
John Moore, 28, of Melrose
was arrested May 28 by Clay
deputies for driving with sus-
pended/revoked license.
Russell Andrew Michel, 41,
of Lawtey was arrested May 19


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driving with license suspended-
revoked.
Kevin Austin Wethy, 19, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
18 by Union deputies for deal-
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Lizabeth Lynna Zachary, 26,
of., Jacksonville was arrested
May 23 by Union deputies for
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Tigers roll to 48-0 win over University in spring classic


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.corn Editor
University Christian lost five
'-fumbles in the first two quarters,
Allowing Union County to build
:'f42-0 first half lead en route to
'ia 48-0 final in the two teams'
spring game Friday night in
-'Lake Butler.
Prince Alexander scored on
-runs of 40, 11 and 10 yards in the
'frst half. He also had a 70-yard
*hun, which ended on the Univer-
:sit'y Christian 10-yard line.
: Daquin Edwards contributed
with a 32-yard touchdown gal-
oip and a 2-yard plunge after
the Tiger defense recovered a
humblee at the Christian two.
: Edwards concluded the scoring
':zarly in the third quarter.
Walter Mabrey also scored for
:fthe home team, breaking loose
on a 21-yard sprint to the 4, and
-then taking it in on the follow-
ring play.
: Tigers head coach Ronny
u ruitt said the score did not ac-
.irately reflect the talent level



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i BY CLIFF SMELLEY
nRegional News/Sports Editor
: Bradford finally generated
Some momentum in the second
quarter, but could not carry' that
over in the second half, which
--featured three of the Tornadoes"
four turnovers in a spring
football classic against Fleming
SIsland on May 25 in Starke.
Fleming Island scored the first
1 12 points of the game and held
i at 12-6 advantage after a varsity-
iIonly first half. The Golden
g itagles outscored Bradford 14-0
:a in the second half, which featured
, varsity players playing for most
Sf the third quarter before giving
Say to junior varsity players.
A An inability totake care of the
ball frustrated new head coach
,Steve Reynolds, who ultimately
S took the blame himself.
"I'm very proud of our kids
. and the way they fought, but I've
Sgot to get better as'a head coach
S and make us a more disciplined
team," Reynolds said. "I've
gt to get better coaching ball
security. Too many turnovers.
That's my fault." -
S Still, Reynolds saw reasons to
be-optimistic. Fleming Island,
vhich advanced to the regional
finals in Class 5A in 2009
and 2010 and was a regional
semifinalist in Class 7A last
season, recovered a Bradford
fumble on the game's opening
series and marched 56 yards
for a touchdown. However, the
Tornadoes limited the Eagles to
two field goals the remainder
of the half before scoring
themselves with approximately
two minutes left in the second
.quarter,
S"I think we're right there,"
Reynolds said. "We're very
lose to being a very successful
ball team."
Fleming Island running back
Terrence Nelson had the game's
first score on a 3-yard touchdown
run, capping a drive on which he
had 41 yards on five carries.
: Bradford's offense went three-
and-out on the next two series,


of the two teams.
S"They had some problems
with their center-quarterback
excharne," he said. "They are


with the Eagles responding with
two field goals.
Phillip James had a big play
for the Tornadoes on Fleming
Island's second scoring drive,
dropping Nelson for a 2-yard
loss on a third-and-2 play.
Nelson, however, converted the
ensuing fourth-down play with
an 8-yard run to the Bradford 38.
A 22-yard pass play converted a
later third-down play and put the
Eagles at the Bradford 10. James
and teammate Keaaris. Ardley
were in on two tackles behind
the line of scrimmage as the
Eagles settled for a 33-yard field
goal and a 9-0 lead with 1:36 to
play in the opening quarter..
A holding penalty backed
the Eagles up to start their next
offensive series, but after a
second-and-20 play, they were
able to pick up a first down, with
Nelson running for :a 4-yard
*gain on'fourth-and-2. The drive,
which started at the Fleming
Island 36, was helped by a
personal foul penalty committed
by the Tornadoes, but defensive
back Cameron Jenkins made a
big play by breaking up a pass
in the end zone. Fleming Island


in transition with their personnel
and it showed tonight."
The coach added that he was
satisfied with the team's spring,


* A A' Bradford wide
receiver Kenny
Dinkins makes a
27-yard reception
in the second
quarter to help
set up the
Tornadoes' only
S-, score ina spring
classic against
Fleming Island.






eventually.kicked a 32-yard field
goal to go up 12-0 approximately
four minutes into the second
quarter.
Bradford's offense-finally got
moving, putting together a 75-
yard touchdown drive. It was
helped by a pass interference
penalty, which occurred on a
third-and-ll play. Then, on
another third-and-long play,
quarterback Jacob Luke hooked
up with Kenny Dinkins for a 27-
yard gain to the Fleming Island
27. A 10-yard reception by Joel
Prevatt resulted in another first
down at the 12-yard line, but a
holding penalty would back the
Tornadoes up to the 22.
The Ealges committed their
own holding penalty two plays
later, giving Bradford a second-
and-6 opportunity at the 8-yard
line. Lyndell Hampton was
dropped for a 1-yard loss before
Luke scrambled for an 8-yard
gain, setting Carlos Grissett up
for a 1-yard touchdown run with
1:57 left in the first half.
Luke finished the half 7-of-
12 passing for 70 yards and no
interceptions.
Yards were hard to come by


j-^ Andrew Jones
throws a block
during Daquin
Edwards' 32-
yard touchdown
S run in the
first quarter.
Edwards
crossed the goal
line three times
in Union's 48-0
win.






although he would have liked to
have seen some of his younger
talent in the game.
Pruitt added that like last year,


for both teams in a scoreless
third quarter, though the Eagles
did attempt a 42-yard field goal,
which was no good at the 1:41
mark.
Fleming Island had two
touchdowns in the fourth quarter,
one of which was set up by a
Bradford turnover.
Bradford running back
Tra'von Thomas moved his team
past midfield on two drives with
long runs. His 38-yard run gave
the Tornadoes a first down at the
Fleming Island 37, but Bradford
eventually turned the ball over
on downs at the 31.
Thomas, who rushed for
more than 90 yards in the fourth
quarter, broke free for a gain of
more than 50 yards, resulting in a
first down at the Fleming Island
21 with approximately a minute
left to play. Quarterback Laqwan
Frazier completed two passes
of 14 yards to Justin Williams
to help move the Tornadoes to
the 4-yard line, but Frazier was
picked off in the end zone on the
game's final play.
Mistakes aside, Reynolds was
proud of the way his team played
against a quality, larger school.
"I think they played hard,"
Reynolds said. "I don't think
effort was a problem."


lack of depth would be a chal-
lenge for the Class IA school.
"We've got some talented
eighth-graders coming up and I
think some of them will help us
on varsity."
He added that the summertime


weight room will have a huge
impact on the season.
"The weight room will, make
or break fs," he said. We've got
some young kids we have got to
get into shape."


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KHHS coach sees good things

despite 14-7 spring loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The starting offense failed
to score, but Keystone Heights
head coach Chuck Dickinson
saw some good things from a unit
that lost seven starters from last
season in the Indians' 14-7 loss
to Menendez in a spring-classic
on.May 25 in St. Augustine.
Varsity starters played the
entire first half and some of the
third quarter, but the. Indians
were held scoreless until running
back Anton Noble scored on an
approximately 30-yard run after
basically three quarters of play.
The offensive unit, though,
lost seven starters from last
season, including four linemen
and quarterback Evan Harvey.
."Offensively, I wasn't sure
(what to expect)," Dickinson
said. "We've just got to get more
consistent in our blocking."
The line, which features
returning starterAndrew Stanley,
did' make things happen when
the players .carried out their.
assignments. -Returning leading
*rusher Alex Gonzales averaged 7,
yards per carry, gaining 60 yards
on nine carries in the first half.
Noble gained 50 yards on eight
carries in the second half.
"At times, we moved the
ball," Dickinson said. "The
quarterbacks played OK.
They've come a long way from
week one."
Robbie Davis and Logan
Stanley are battling to be the
team's quarterback-a position


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Alex Gonzales, pictured
during practice, averaged
7 yards per carry against
Menendez.
new to both of them. Davis
completed three passes for 25
yards in the first half, while
Stanley completed two for 25
yards in the second half.
Together, they attempted only
10 passes as the Indians operated
out of a base offense.
"We didn't put a whole lot
in," Dickinson said of the game
plan.
The defense operated out of a
base formation as well and came
close to shutting Menendez out
in the first half, but the Falcons
scored on a 41-yard run with
approximately three minutes left
in the second quarter. Dickinson
said two defenders collided on
the play.


LEFT: Brian
Melvin won the
46th annual
Strawberry Golf
Invitational.
BELOW LEFT:
Jonathan Elder
(left), the winner
of the second
flight, is pictured
with Starke Golf
and Country Club
Pro David Elder.
BELOW RIGHT:
David Tew was
the winner of the
senior flight.


Menendez scored early in
the second half after its defense
came up with an interception.
The Falcons scored on an
approximately 30-yard pass
play.
Dickinson said other that a
Susceptibility to intermediate
passes, his defense played well.
"We shut down their option
other than that one (first-half)
play and shut down their short
passing game," Dickinson said.
Garrett McGee made
some nice tackles in the
secondary, while linebackers
Chris Anderson, John Brown
Chris Gillen all played well,
Dickinson said. Josh Knight was
a disruptive force from the nose
guard position.
"He was in the backfield a lot
of the night," Dickinson said of
Knight.
Gonzales and Michael
Carroll were solid in punting
and placekicking, respectively,
Dickinson said; noting that
Carroll's game-opening kickoff
went into the end zone.
"I think we're OK in the
kicking game," Dickinson said.
The spring games have always
been times of evaluation for
Dickinson more than anything
else, which is why the coach is
never too concerned with the
final scores. It's all about seeing
who might best be able to fill
positions of need.
"For me,it's more of a teaching
time," Dickinson said.


Melvin wins

Strawberry


golf tourney

Brian Mfelvin of Brooker won
the championship flight of the
461t annual Strawberry Invita-
tional, which was held in April
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
This year's tournament was
one of the largest in years, with
83 players from northeast,and
central Florida, as well as from
southern Georgia. Donnib Tiiom-
as and his weekend tour was. a
large addition to the tournament.
Roger Lusk of Crescent City
won the first flight, with Jonathan
Elder of Starke taking the sec-
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of Lake City won the third flight,
while the fourth-flight winner
was Jim Morrison of Jackson-
ville. David Tew of Starke won
the senior flight.


Northside's Bunch to play football at Weber


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Every since he started high
school, Northside Christian
Academy senior Spencer Bunch
said people have been telling
him he's good enough to punt at
the collegiate level.
Turns out they were right as
Bunch signed a letter of intent
to play at Weber International
University during a signing
ceremony at Northside on May
24.
"Unbelievable, really," Bunch
replied when asked:to describe
his. feelings. "I doh't know.
It's hard to explain. It's just
exciting."
Bunch, who once attended
Bradford High School, admitted
he wasn't sure if he could earn
such an opportunity playing at
Northside, which played its first
year of tackle football in 2011.
Plus, Northside played a six-
man version of the game.
"At Bradford High School,


it's an 11-man football team, so
they have more colleges come to
look at them," Bunch said.
However, the opportunity did
present itself, making Bunch
the second-ever student-athlete
in Northside history to get
the chance to play at the next
level, joining volleyball player
Cheyenne Hourigan, a fellow
senior. Buhch, though, is the
first-ever Northside student to
receive an athletic scholarship to
supplement an academic one.
"It means a lot in helping the
young kids realize there's a goal
here to reach," Northside head
football coach Lewis Mabrey
said. "If they're good enough,
they can go to the next level."
Though he will be vying for
a punting position at Weber,
Bunch, who averaged 40 yards
per punt, proved himself to be an
all-around player at Northside.
He also played linebacker and
fullback, making 71 tackles and
carrying the ball 82 times for


524 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Bunch also caught .13' .
passes for 199 yards and three
touchdowns. He was named the
team's MVP.
"I thank God for the
opportunity to have had
Spencer," Mabrey said. "He's a
great kid. I think he'll be a great
asset to (the Weber) program."
Bunch said he visited the
Weber campus two months ago.
He liked the fact it is a small
school, making it easy to fit in
and meet people, and enjoyed
meeting the school's, coaches.
"When I got there and talked
to the coaches and everything,
they just made me really want
to go there," Bunch said. "It
seemed like a perfect school for
me."
Weber loses its punter to
graduation, which means Bunch
has a chance to step in and earn
the job as a freshman. If he does
step onto the field this upcoming
season, it wVill be quite a different


Spencer Bunch is pictured with mother, Miriam Parker, and Northside Christian
head football coach Lewis Mabrey.


atmosphere than what he's used
to.
"You've got a lot more fans.
You've probably got more
pressure on you," Bunch said.
"You've just got to clear your
head and kick."
Mabrey has confidence, that
Bunch will have an impact on
the Weber program.
"No doubt:' Mabrey said. "I
think he can be a leader. I know
he'll bring to their program an
aggressive, hard-nosed player."


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Dorothy Alcott
KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS-
Doiothy Traver Alcott, 91, of
Keystone Heights, died Friday,
May 25, 2012, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home following an
extended illness.
Alcott was' born on March 12,
1921, in New York City to the late
Harold and Dorothy Jones Traver.
She was a homemaker and member
of the Park of the Palms. She was
preceded in death by: her husband,
E. .George Alcott; and two sons,
Stephen and David Alcott. She
is survived by: her son, Daniel
Alcott of Manchester, Md.; four
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

William Bedell
PORT ST. JOHN-William A.
Bedell Jr., of Port St. John, passed
away peacefully on Thursday, May
17, 2012, at Wuesthoff Hospice
House.
Mr. Bedell was born in
Middletown, Pa. on March 29,
1932. He was.rgised in Dundalk,
Md., and served in the U.S. Air
Force during the Korean War. In
-. 1J956, he moved to Florida with the
Martin Company and began working
in the Vanguard and Pershing
programs aS an ordinance engineer
at Cape Canaveral. His career as
an ordinance/safety engineer at
Kennedy Space Center continued
through the Gemini, Apollo and
Space Shuttle programs until' his
retirement in 1995..
His knowledge and experience
earned many commendations and
awards for his service in the space
program. He enjoyed his retirement
years working on many projects
in his home and yard, seeing his
grandchildren, and mingling with
friends at his favorite hang-outs,
Daddy O's and Corky Bell's.
Bill was preceded in death by:
his:parents, William A. Bedell Sr.
and Marion Wagner Bedell; and
his.brother, Kenneth Robert Bedell.
He: is survived by: his daughters,
Susan (David) Stanleyof Keystone
Heights, and Linda Bedell of
CoCoa; a son, Richard Bedell of
Atlanta, Ga.; a sister, Jean (John)
Newton of Parkersburg, W.Va.; a
brother, John Bedell of Dundalk,
M4; grandchildren, Evan, Katie,
Timothy, Deborah and Kimberly
Stanley; and many nieces and.
nephews.
A memorial service was held on
May 26, at Wylie Baxley Merritt
Island Funeral Home. In lieu qf
flowers, donations may be made
to Wuesthoff Hospice House, 8060'
Spyglass Hill Road, Viera, FL
32940.


was a lifelong resident.
Mr. Boree retired from
Jacksonville Naval Air Station after
serving 37 years anr eight months as
a plumber. He was a self-employed
plumber and worked as a farmer
until the present.
Levi was a longtime member
of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
where he served as a deacon.
He was preceded in death by: his
son, David Boree; and his twin sister,
Effie Mae Vance. He is survived by:
his wife of 53 years, Kathy Johns
Boree of Middleburg; a daughter,
Betty Boree (Ricky) Brackett of
Lake Butler; sons, Paul (Wendy)
Boree of Middleburg, and Douglas
(Kelley) Boree of Jacksonville;
seven grandchildren, David Boree
Jr., Chelsea Boree, Lauren Young,
Charity Darby, Lilly Dalton, Lucus
Brackett and Derrell Brackett; and
three great-grandchildren, Morgan
Young, Dylan Cayce and Kenzie
Brackett.
The family received friends on
May 28, at Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church. Funeral services were
held on May 29, in Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church with Pastor Zeb
Cook and the Rev. Jim Doster
officiating. Interment followed in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery. In lieu
of flowers, contributions may be
made to Gideons International, P.O.
Box 140800, Nashville, TN 37214,
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
Designation of LaCrosse Children's
Home, 6289 Mary Dot.Ln., Starke,
FL 32091, or Community HBspice
of NE Florida, 4266 Sunbeam
Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Online condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
PAID OBITUARY

Ivalene Chitty
MELROSE-Ivalene Copeland
Chitty, 84, of Melrose, died on
Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at Shands
at Starke.
Mrs. Chitty was born on Nov. 11,
1927, in Archer to the late Gary and
Atha Bradberry Copelandand moved
to Melrose in 1965. Ivalene was a
member of Hope Baptist Church
and was a homemaker. She was
preceded in death by: her husband
of 63 years, James L. Chitty; and a
son, Joel Wayne Chitty.
She is survived by: her son,
Michael H. (Sadie) Chitty of Starke;
three grandchildren; orie great-
grandchild and several nieces and
nephews.
A viewing for Mrs. Chitty will
be held on Thursday, May 31, from
10-11 a.m. in Hope Baptist Church


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HAMPTON-James Clark, 60,
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STARKE-Norris "Chip"
Wainwright, 85, of Starke, passed
away on Friday, May 25, 2012, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville.
He was born in Penney Farms on
May 13, 1927, to the late Newnan
Crews Wainwright and Irene
Moody Wainwright. Chip served as
a volunteer firefighter at Kingsley
Lake for several years and worked
as an Administrative technician in
the Florida National Guard where
he also retired as a first sergeant.
He was a longtime member of
Pine Level Baptist Church where he
served as a Sunday School teacher
and deacon. Chip enjoyed gospel
music, wood working, fishing and
gardening. He was preceded in
death by: his sisters, Doris, Juanita
and Merle; and his brother, Allen
Wainwright.
He is survived by: his loving
wife of 63 / years, Geneva Lane
Wainwright of Starke; his children,
David (Jacqueline) Wainwright of
Starke, and Sharon (Artie) Carter


of Hawthorne; his brothers, Maxie,
Donald and Grady Wainwright;
his sister, Hazel Ryan; his five
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
May 28 at Beulah Baptist Church
with Pastor Terry Williamson and
Leon Thomas officiating. Interment
followed at Beulah Baptist Church
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the
family asks that donations be made
to the Pine Level Baptist Church
Missionary Fund in Chip's name..
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke. Visit www.archietanner
funeralservices.com to sign the
family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Julia Wheeler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Julia
E. Wheeler,80,of Keystone Heights,
died Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at
Willey Manor Assisted Living
Facility in Keystone Heights.
Wheeler was born on April
22, 1932, in McAlpin (Suwannee
County) to the late Cleo and Lucille
Wood Goff, and moved to Keystone
Heights from Jacksonville in 1972.
Prior to retirement, she worked as a
licensed practical nurse at Bradford
Hospital, now Shands at Starke.
Julia was a member of Lake Hill
Baptist Church and the Order of the
Eastern Star. She was preceded in
death by: her husband of 54 years,
Mack-Wheeler.
She is.survived by: her children,
Linda Wheeler Geer of Jacksonville,
Mack R. (Harriet) Wheeler of


Palatka, Larry (Debra) Wheeler
of Orange',Park, Randall Wheeler
of Jacksonville, and Jeff (Renee)
Wheeler' of Keystone Heights;
her brother, Butch (Gail) Goff of
Jacksonville; 12 grandchildren and
13 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends at
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home in,
Keystone Heights on Thursday, May
31, from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services,
will be held on Friday, June 1, at 11
a.m. in Lake Hill Baptist Church
with Pastor Jim Snell officiating.
Interment will follow in Keystone'
Heights Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,.
contributions may be made to Park,
of the Palms Willey Manor, 231"
Maranatha Rd., Keystone Heights,
FL 32656, or Community Hospice;,
4266 Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonville,-
FL 32257. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral.
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Brian Blackshear signs his letter of intent, joined by his aunt Mary Mosley (left) and
mother, Barbara Staten.


Bradford's Blackshear to play

football at Edward Waters


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor,.
It was certainly tough to
deal with an injury that ended
his high school playing career
early, but Bradford High School
senior Brian Blackshear will
get the chanrc to suit up and
play football again, thanks
to a scholarship offer from
Jacksonville's Edward Waters
College.
"I kind of thought it was
the end 'of the world," said
Blackshear, who tore the ACL
in his right knee approximately
halfway through last season.
"The people arounwgLe kept me
motivated and pushed me to my
limits. I finally got through it."
Some schools that had shown
interest in Blackshear backed
off after the injury. Edward
Waters, though, came through
with an offer that might have
,the defensive back switch to the
offensive side of the ball to play
wide receiver.
Blackshear has no problem
with making'a position switch.
He said former Bradford head
coach Derek Chipoletti told him
he could play multiple positions,
,iut defensive back was where he
ended up because of the team's
rned at that position.
SIf he's playing a position, he's
playing football again. That's
the important thing.
;I just wanted to get another
chance," Blackshear said.
"'New Bradford head coach
Steve Reynolds said Blackshear
is a tremendous athlete, which
he demonstrated, not just t
def~isivei VakLi bf as a member
of special, teams as wbll.
,"He blocked like 10 PATs
or field-goal attempts in two
years,"- Reynolds said. "That's
ridiculous considering he didn't
even finish (last) season."
SReynoldsdidn'tseemsurprised
that Edward Waters would
consider moving Blackshear to
the offensive side of the ball.
:."He has big-play potential,"
Reynolds said. "I think that's
What they see in him. They see
the opportunity to have a player
who can really make things
happen."
Blackshear said his knee is
-back to 100 percent after six
months of rehabilitation, but
admitted he has the mindset
that he has to work 10 times
harder than everyone else on the
Edward Waters team because
he's undersized.


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recipient


Brian Blackshear was
ndt the only Bradford High
School senior to take part in a
scholarship signing last week as
SAndy Merrill signed his letter
of intent to run cross country
at. Jacksonville University.
Merrill's scholarship signing
ceremony took place May 21.
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"I've just got to keep my mind
set on the goal that I want to
reach," Blackshear said.
That goal will be to step back
onto a field as a football player.
"I'm going to have butterflies,
because it's been a while,"
Blackshear said. "I'm going to
give it all I've got."


Reynolds is glad to see a
player he said was a "serious
contributor" to Bradford's
success the last two years get a
chance to keep playing.
"I'm just real proud of him,"
Reynolds said. "He didn't stop.
He didn't get down. This is a
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;, for everyone.
"If you want a challenging
workout, it can be that, too. The
good thing is, no matter what
you do, you'll be better off for
having been there."
Bridgman and his wife, Mary,
started exercising at the career
center in late 2010 after they
moved here from Jacksonville.t
"We were avid, members
of the First Coast YMCA in
Jacksonville, taking up to seven
classes a week after we retired,"
said Mary Bridgman, a former
executive at Blue Cross Blue
Shield of Florida. "We were
very concerned about finding
fun and challenging group
exercise activities in Starke. I
happened to read an article in the
Telegraph about the BUACTC's
spin program, so we investigated
it right away.
"We participated for almost
a year until we realized there
was a need for more instructors
and classes. Along with Tiffany
Dougherty, Noele Miller and
AimeeJennings,wecontacted the
Aerobic and Fitness Association
of America and took training in
indoor cycle instruction."
The Bridgmans also got
certified as group fitness
instructors and took additional
training in Pilates and yoga
instruction.
"We'd taken Pilates and yoga
for about 10 years, and we really
missed it," Ben Bridgman said.
"So we're proud to add Pilates
and yoga to the BUACTC
lineup-the first Pilates classes
available in our community.
Pilates and yoga are perfect
complements to indoor cycling,
which, like most forms of
aerobic exercise, can cause the
muscles to tighten and shorten.
Pilates and yoga stretch them
out and also strengthen the core
muscles."
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conditioning, which provides
exercise together with basic self-
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Mary Bridgman demonstrates the Pilates "boat"
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years in law enforcement.
Starke's indoor-cycling
program was started in 2008 by
Eric Shupe. Classes were held
in a local gym and eventually
relocated to the career center.
Shupe has since moved to High
Springs and is in the process of
starting a spin program there.
Steve Hayes, formerly the
pastor at First Christian Church
of Starke, taught spin classes at
the career center from 2009 until
last month. He's already lined
up spin-teaching opportunities
in his new community, where
he accepted a position at First
Christian Church of Mattoon,
Ill.
"Steve made a great
contribution to our spin
program," Harris said. "He will
be missed."
"These exercise classes
are a special bargain for
Bradford County School Board
employees," Miller, a Southside
Elementary School teacher, said.
"School board employees can
pay a low monthly fee-only
$20-and take any number of
classes they wish. If you spin
twice a week and take Pilates
and ybga-16 classes-that's
little more than a dollar per
class. And we have a special
class at 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursday, which fits well with
teachers' schedules."
"Love it, love it, love it,"
Tammy Saxon, an exceptional
student education staffing
specialist, exclaimed. "I
participate because it is a great


workout that you can tailor to
your own needs, and the price is
great as well as the flexibility of
time offerings. It has given me
more energy and lowered my
'blood pressure."
To borrow a phrase from a
well-known car commercial,
"This is not your father's
Oldsmobile."
"When I was growing up, my
parents had a stationary bicycle,"
Karen Hardesty said. "When I
heard about spinning a few years
ago, I thought it was the same
exercise that my parents did,
but I sure was wrong. Spinning
involves a variety of routines,.
including strength training by
adjusting the tension on the
bicycle, just like the 10-speed
bicycle I had when I was young.
There are 'jumps' in which you
stand, pedal, sit, pedal-you get
the point.
"I have been told that it takes
,approximately one month to'
build up the muscles and stamina
to complete the routines in one.
class, and I'm happy to say that
I am more than halfway there.
I work at my own pace, which
I like, and have set goals for
myself.
"Spinning is easier on the
joints than most other exercises,"
Hardesty: said'. "I would
recommend this class to'others
who are looking for variety in
their exercise routine or who
want to start exercising. No one
is judging me in the class, and
I am seeing improvement in
my strength and stamina every


week."
Participant Sandra Starling
agreed.
"I always have more energy
after I spin," Starling said. "I
try to talk myself out of going to:
class sometimes because I am so
tired, butT am always glsd I did&
go to exercise afterward."
Dougherty became interested:
in indoor cycling after an injury.I
She said spin, a low-impact
form of exercise, facilitated her,
rehabilitation.
Now, she teaches a class'.
for early risers at 5:30 a.m. on?
Monday and Wednesdays,:.
Jim DeValerio also benefited
from taking spin classes.
"Attending Ben and Mary'ss
spin cycling, yoga and Pilatesi
classes has helped me recover
from a knee surgery as well asi
getting some routine, relaxing;;
exercise," DeValerio said.
Being able to stay fit without
injury is important to Sharon,
Petiprin.
"I am 69 years old and have
been in a spin class at least twicei
a week for almost four years,"'
Petiprin said. "If anyone is;
looking for a safe and effective
form of aerobic exercise, I would
highly recommend spin classes.
Just be sure you are being led by:
a trained spin instructor. They;
know how to see to it that you getv
a safe and effective workout."
If you're interested in trying
a class, contact the Bradford
Union Area Career Technical
Center at 904-966-6780 for
information on registration and
purchasing tickets. (The first
class is always free.)
Spin is offered Mondays
and Wednesdays at 5:30 a.m.,
Monday at 5 p.m., and Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 4 p.m. and 6
p.m.
.Ben Bridgman teaches a self-
defense class Mondays at 6
p.m. and offers yoga and Pilates
at 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and
Thursday.
All classes-with the
exception of the 4 p.m. indoor-
cycling class-will be offered
during the summer.


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The Arc of Bradf6rd County
will be hosting a fundraising
softball tournament Friday and
Saturday, June 15-16, at Little
Rain Lake Park in Keystone
Heights.
The Keystone Heights Recre-
ation Association will be manag-
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.
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There's still
time to sign
up for College
for Kids
Registration is currently under
way at either the Santa Fe Col-
lege Andrews -Center or online
at www.mysfcollege.com for
the school's Jr. College for Kids
and College for Kids programs-
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.
Plus, it's.-a fun way to spend
part of the summer.
Jr. College for Kids is for ris-
Sing third-fifth-graders. It it a
scheduled for Monday, June 25,
through Friday, June 29, from 8
a.m. through 11:55 a.m.
The cost is $75. (Some courses
may include an additional fee for
supplies.)
College for Kids is scheduled
for Monday, July 9, through Fri-
day, July 20. It is for rising sixth-
10ih-graders.
Full-day sessions (8:10 a.m.-
4:25 p.m.) and half-day sessions
(8: 10 a.m.-noon) are offered at a
cost of $240 and $120, respec-
tively.
For'more information, please
visit the Andrews Center, which
is open Mondays-Thursdays 8
a.m.-9 p.m. and Fridays 8 a.m.-
4:30 p.m., or call the center at
904-964-5382, You may also
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40 Notices
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act Of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference. limitation or
discrimination.:" Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
,tody of children under
18.
41
Auctions
ESTATE AUCTION AND
EQUIPMENT, Sat. March
S31, 1pm. boats, trac-
tor equipment, general
merchandize, 23931 NW
CR.225A Lawtey, Term,
cash or cashier check.
For more information call
Randy Kerr, 904-591-
419 or 904-286-2617.
AB#199, AU#429.
42,
Motor Vehicice
&Accessories
2011 FORD ESCAPE XLS.
4 cyl. great gas mileage!
13,000 miles. $19,087.
Call 904-796-0781.
2003 CHEVY Silverado
pick up, excellent shape,
$6,500 firm. 2006 Mini
Cooper Convertible,
$19,000 firm. 352-235-
1675.
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
.000 F-250 CREW CAB,
power stroke diesel.
217,000 miles, $13,500,
call 904-364-9022.
43
RV's and
Campers
.001 TRAILER CAMPER,
all appliances, furniture
is new, sleeps 8, 28 ft.
Good storage,' $8,500,
352-473-4272.
45
Land For Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak,
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3.5ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1-75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.
9 ACRES, $2,500 down,
$37,500. R, Hobbs owner/
broker. Mid way Lake
City/Lake Butler with low
Union County taxes. 407-
529-5964.
47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq. ft.
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,500/mo. Warehouse,
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
.Office and warehouse
S3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-

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904-364-8395
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE lor lease. Close
to Biadlord County
Courthouse Call 352-
745-0039.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
stnp center 1,000 sq It.
units South HWY 301
frontage, across from the
KOA Campground and
next to lightningg Pawn.
Call 352-235-1675
48
Homes For Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
._.BCK HOME for sale.
2,851 sq ft total, 1,650
sq It heated 3BRil.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets. 2
Scar garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
area for kids and recre-
ation, close to town and
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
appointment only.
624 N LAKE ST., STARKE.
3/1, $69K, clean, renovat-
ed, central heat and air,
laminate floors, fenced,
corner lot, walking dis-
tance to High School,
Middle School and El-
ementary School. Will pay
up to $3,000 in closing
costs. Call R Austin Re-
alty, 904-796-0862.
FOR-SALE BY OWNER.
Beautiful, 4BR/2BA, 2187
SF, Custom built 2007.
Handicap equipped In-
law suite. Hardwood and
tile in all living areas,
quartz counters, Kenmore
Elite appliances, 2 car
garage, extra insulation,
irrigation system, whole
house monitored security,
vaulted and try ceilings,
.88 acres, gas fireplace,
patio, garden tub, great
neighborhood, convenient
location. 738 S. Parker St.
Starke, 904-964-8707,
$220,000.
HOUSE FOR SALE, Open
house Fri. Sat. 10am.-
1pm. 1394 Randall St.
Starke. $228,000, 904-
966-2451.
HISTORIC WALNUT
STREET. To rent or own.
2900 sq ft. 4BR/2BA,
big back yard. Call 904-
887-8451. Make an offer,
willing to negotiate!
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
LIKE NEW 2007 16x80 3/2,
$24,63q and like new
2005 28x44 3/2, $22.675.
Both homes must be
moved Dealer move's
and t prices available
or your pick up. North
Pointe Homes Gainesville
Fl 352-872-5566.
JACOBSEN HOMES FAC-
TORY OUTLET PRICES!
New 2012 3/2 Double
$39,900 and New 4/2
Double Only $49,900.
Both include Delivery-
Set-AC-Skirt and Steps.
North Pointe Gainesville
Fl Call for Pre Approval
352-872-5566
FOR SALE 3/2 on 1 acre
owner assisted financ-
ing $750/ mo. 904-589-
9585.


MUSTa6ELL4/2 MH 2002
on 1 acre in Middleburg.
Low down & low month.
Call 904-589-9585
FOR SALE OR RENT, by
owner. 2BR/1BA, MH.
on .75 acre. Corner lot,
nice big barn, walk in
cooler, partly furnished.
Call 352-478-8067 or
352-235-7789, for more
information.
FREE DELIVERY & SET-
UP NEW 3BR/2BA.
DOUBLE-WIDE. Only
$265/mo. Call 904-783-
4619.
PALM HARBOR, 4BR/2BA,
2012 model, only $450/
mo. Call 904-783-4619.
DOLLAR AND DEED can
get you a 2012 4BR/2BA
for only $360/mo. Call
904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED,
all warranties,apply,
3B/2BA will move for free.
Only $39,900. 904-783-
4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4BR/2BA Will move for
free. Only $46,900, call
904-783-4619.
DWMH NEAR HAMPTON
LAKE.-3BR. large 2 full
baths. Large kitchen, 2
living rooms, dining room,
large pantry, excellent
appliances, on 2 acres.
Large barn can be used
as garage. Reasonable
price. Call 845-750-0767
of 352-468-3552 for an
appointment.
USED 14x52SINGLE WIDE,
2BR/1BA, del, set, steps,
skirt, Only $13,90). Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
USED DOUBLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA, wood kitchen
floors, new carpet, remod-
eled, must see. $30,000,
del, set, steps, skirt. Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
28x64, 2x6 ex. walls, 2x4 int.
walls,5" drown molding,
set up, del. steps, skirt,
A/C, was $60,000 now
$55,000, w/furniture. Call
Ken 386-754-0198.
NEW DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/
2BA. Set up, delivery,
steps, skirt, A/C. Was
$45,000 now $40,000,
w/lurniture. Call Ken 386-
754-0198.
NEW 2011 3BR/2BA,
built for elderly couple.
Reduced 10K for quick
sale. Call Mike 386-754-
0127.
LIMITED TIME select mod-
els, $1,000 over invoice
furniture included. 4 lot
models must go. Call Mike
386-754-0127.
50
For Rent.
2BR/1BA APT. $400/mo. no
deposit, month to month.
Credit check/reference.
Call Joan,904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
NICE MOBILE HOMES/
HOMES FOR RENT.
Lakeont: Deposit re-,
40iret.Ca1I678-438-6828.
or 678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hiddert Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW6th St.
Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
711. Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3,
& 4 BR HC aod non-HC
accessible apartments.
Laundry facility and play-
ground. Water, sewer, and
garbage provided. "This


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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.
2BR/1BA HOUSElst &sec.
deposit, $575. Lake Ge-
neva area. Also, studio
Sapt. $400/mo. $400 de-
posit. Call 1-954-270-
2919.
RENTALS IN KEYSTONE,
2&3BR/1BA, Convenient-
ly located near shopping.
Some are lake front with
free lawn maintenance.
Rents are from $475 up
to $650 plus deposit, Call
352-450-8518 or 352-
226-6226,
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only Call 904-364-6942.
*HOUSE KEYSTONE
close to schools. 3BR/
1.5BA. Completely re-
modeled, with carpet,
appliances.cabirets. Must
see, call Trevor Waters
Realtor, 352-246-7776.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a ga-
rage, nice neighborhood,
1015. West Pratt St. $725
per month & Deposit.
Apply at 904-545-6096,
to apply.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE ON PRIVATE
LAND, fully furnished.
Includes TV, $275 with
senior discount. Ideal for
one person, Keystone
Heights, 352-473-5745.
3BR/1.5BA house located
one mile east of Shands
of Starke on 230. Block
home built well, low elec-
tric bills, fireplace with
built in bookcases and
real wood flooring in that
room, Florida room/pa-
tio, formal/informal din-
ing area, carpetedin all
rooms, 2 car garage,
paved driveway, sits on
full acre lot. great yard for
children, fruit trees, close
to everything! $1,100/
mo.,(negotiable) first, last
and $350 security. Ser-
vice animals only. Please
leave message at 352-
494-7987.
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.
MELROSE 3BR/2BA, MO-
BILE HOME, very clean,
on acre lot, CH/A, electric
kitchen, W/D hookup.
$650/mo. plus deposit.
Call 904-707-6251.
HOUSE, country living,.5
miles Starke 2B/2BA,
LR, DR, kitchen, utility
room, 2 car carport, CH/
A. $650/mo. first and
last month rent Service
animals only. Call 904-
964-6718.
DOWNTOWN APART-
MENTS, over Chrissy's
Restaurant. 2BR/1BA.
carpet, CHIA. $400/mo.,
no deposit. Must have
approved credit and rel-

Southem Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199. -
Move-In Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central aci
eat, on-site laundry,
Playground, orivate and
quiet irnosphere. Located
on S-i16, 1,01 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
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erences. Call 904-964-
4303 appointment.
KEYSTONE, 641 EAST ST.
3BR/2BA SWMH. Dis-
count for retired, military,
SSI/state retired. 1 pet
allow, $20 nonrefundable
records check. $450/mo.
$450 deposit, $100 pet
deposit. 727-544-5054 or
352-235-7554.
3BD/2.5BA 1,600 Sq. ft.
Townhomes. Beautiful
stainless steel appliances,
stackable w/d and cable
included. $575 Move-In
special available. Contact
James (813)387-4733.
2BR/2BA SWMH on Griffis
Loop. CH/A, freshly paint-
ed, service animals only.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA DWMH on CR.
221. Deck, dishwasher,
CH/A, service animals
only. $650/mo. pluj
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
ON AN ACRE OF LAND,
water included, quiet, 2
miles from Worthington
Springs. $600/mo., first,
last, $300 deposit. 386-
496-1146.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1BA, SWMH,on wooded
lot. $400/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA. CH/A. $450/
mo. plus deposit. Call
352-235-6319.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke, free utilities,
Direct TV, $110 per week.
Call Wayne, 352-258-
3039.
CUTE HOUSE FOR
SRENT,3BR/2BA inStarke,
1206 Bradford St. $625/
mo. Call 386-793-4446.
53
52
Animals and
Pets
COLLIE PUPPIES for sale.
8 weeks old, 4 females,
2 males. $50 each, call
904-964-2244.
FREE TO GOOD HOME, tri-
color male Basset Hound.
Goes by the name of
Duke. Need to find a good
home, will be traveling
and can't take with us. If
you are interested, please
call Angia 352-278-0163.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE, Sat.
8am.-? 1619 Raiford Rd,
Starke. Many families,
lots of item. Proceeds will
go to Finding A Cure for


Diabetes.Support local
bicyclist in raising money
for a cure for diabetes.
SAT. 9am.-3pm. 1035 South
Gite Dr. Starke, off Col-
ley Rd.
1ST TIME MULl-FAMILY
yard sale, Sat,8am.-2pm.
609 W. Call St.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE, Fri.
Sat. 8am.-4pm. 1394 &
1396 Randall St. Starke.
A. pliances, bedroom
suite, curio cabinet, tools,
too much to name. 904-
966-2451.
HUGE GARAGE SALE, Fri.
8am,-? 11261 NW. CR.
225 (Bayless Hwy.) Lots
of good stuff, kitchen,
sheets, lamps, etc. Fol-
low signs.
ESTATE SALE, FRI. SAT.
8am.-,1., ra. 305 Clark,St.
behind Frst Baptist
Church Starke.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE,
Fri. 8am.-dark. 1218 Wil-
son Rd. (off Colley Rd.)
All must go. 10K gold
anklet $100.
STARKE, Sat. 8am,-? 1372
Blanding St. .
STARKE, FRI. SAT. 9am.-
4pm. 14096 SE. CR.
100A, Griffis Loop, 100A
over 2nd RR. tracks.
Dog pen, $175, dining
room table, $20,clothes,
girls, women, mens, ski
rope,cheap.
STARKE, Fri. Sat. Sun
8am.-? 13949 CR. 100A.
Griffis Loop.
STARKE, Fr. Sat. 8am.-
2pm. 12166 NWCR. 225
(Bayless Hwy.) Clothes,
furniture, household
items, & more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
SAT. SUN. 8am.-3pm. 7609
Oak Forest Rd. Keystone.
one road past Silver
Sands onCR.214. Every-
thing but the kitchen sink.
Just follow the signs.
FRI. SAT. 8am.-3pm., can-
celed if raining. 7225
Pleasant Point Rd. off
Imokkalee Rd. Household
items, appliances, misc.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
INVACARE ELECTRIC
HOSPITAL BED 'for
sale. Call 352-468-2877.
$200.


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Keystone HeigLhs public beach, schools, banks Picnic Area
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
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SAT. MARCH 31, 2012 1:00 P.M.
4939 S.W. S.R. 121 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL 32697.
PREVIEW 1.1:00 A.M. TIL SALE TIME.
THIS SALE WILL CONSIST OF GREAT SELECTION OF ANTIQUES
& COLLECTIBLES FROM A CLEARWATER, FL ESTATE PLUS
OTHER ADDITIONS: LISTING: ESTATE FIREARMS, VICTORIAN
SETTEE, VICTORIAN HIGH BACK OAK BED WITH MATCHING
DRESSER, PERIOD 4-DRAWER CHEST, SEVERAL OLD TRUNKS,
ROSEVILLE VASE, HEISEY, FOSTORIA, ESTATE RUGS, LARGE
LOT OF MILITARY TO INCLUDE CIVIL WAR TIN TYPES, WW II
PHOTOS, MEMORABILIA, NAVY UNIFORM, ADVERTISING TINS,
7 FT VALVOLINE OIL SIGN, STERLING JEWELRY, NICE LOT OF
IVORY ITEMS, STONEWARE CROCKS, DEP GLASS, FENTON,
GRANDFATHER CLOCK, 14K LONGETTE, BOX LOTS, TRAY
LOTS, TOO MUCH TO LIST! FOR PHOTOS AND UPDATED
LISTING SEE http://auctionzip.con/ enter ID # 16695 or
STEVE WILSON AUCTIONS
COL STEVE WILSON AB 809 AU 1159
12% BP 2 % DISCOUNT CASH OR GOOD CHECK, TERMS: CASH. GOOD CHECK. ALL MAJOR
CREDIT CARDS, SORRY NO CHECKS IF WE DON'T KNOW YOU.
&OR MORE INFO & RESERVE SEATING CALL STEVE OR COREY AT 352-317-0072 OR 352-316-0806.
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CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-'
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Bldgs. Pier Replacement
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FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
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sheds and light equip-
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or 904-782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
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Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE
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Maintenance Career.
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Local 904-964-8450 or
cell 904-966-3017.
HOME HELP, companion-
ship, light housework,
take shopping, Dr. appt.
Call 904-769-6321.
T & G HAULING & HANDY-
MAN service. Equipment,
live stock hauling, fencing,
carpentry, debris removal,
roofs, mowing. We do a
little of all. Glen or Travis,
904-364-6222 or 904-
364-3208.
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WE WILL BE HIRING a total
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4. Please contact Pastor
Avery L. Shell at 904-964-
2435 for an application for
employment.
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BARBER WANTED im-
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301. Call 904-964-2225
352-235-1675.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS Attn.
Locals, people needed to
work from home online.
Eari up to $500-$4,500
PT/FT. Toll Free 88-206-
2983, leave message.
VETERINARY ASSISTANT
at Keystone Heights Ani-
mal Hospital. Part time.


Apply in persth, 7344 SR
100, Keystone Heights.
352-473-4966.
EXPERIENCED RECEP-
TIONIST needed for
medical office in Starke.
Mature and professional
applicant sought for.full
time position. Salary $&50
to $9.50 per hour, benefits
included. Fax resume.to
352-367-1453. '
TEMPORARY FARM..A-
BOR: Moseley Farms, Ai-
beville, AL, has 10 posi-
tions for cotton hauling;':
mos. experience required;
must be able to obtain
clean DL within 30 days
of hire; tools, equipment,
housing and daily tranl
provided; trans & subsie-
tehce expenses reirrb.;
$9,39/hr; three-fourtis
work period guaranteed
from 4/23/12 -2/23/f8.
Apply at the nearest State
Workforce Agency with
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IMMEDIMATE,openrfg,
Processor. Detail orient-
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b' self motivated ahnf a
quick learner. Must be
dependable. Nosinoin .
Keystone Heights area
352-318-9751,
GARDNER, PART TIME,
apply in person Park. of
the Palms, 677 Hebrqn,
Keystone. -


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House to be moved


4BR/2 BA

older house in Starke. Must be
moved from property.
Located behind
First Baptist Church.

$19,995

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904-588-6454


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PARK OF THE PALMS, INC
CHRISTIAN RETIREMENT COMMUNITY


HAS ROOMS AVAILABLE IN ITS

ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
FOR $3100/MONTH

INCLUDED WITH YOUR CARE:
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Storm brief, but destructive


It was quick, but a May 22 storm that produced hail and strong winds destroyed
two barns belonging to Henry Hodges of Lawtey. Hodges said the storm lasted
approximately eight minutes, tearing down power lines as well as the two barns,
which were 25 and 40 years old. It was not the only damage Hodges sustained. "It
tore my cornfield to piedes-beat it to the ground," he said. Hodges added that his
son-inJlaw, who lives nearby, had a 25-gallon pot full of dirt turned over.


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