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King
celebration
begins this
weekend
Local events celebrating the life
and achievements of Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. will begin Sat-
urday, Jan. 19, with a Freedom
Dance for youth in grades five
through 12 at the RJE gymna-
sium. The dance will take place'
from 8 p.m. to midnight, and ad-
mission is $5.
There will be a Gospel Fest .at
,the gymnasium on Sunday,'Jan.
20, beginning at 6 p.m. featuring
Voices from throughout the com-
munity.
On Monday, Jan. 21, events
Swill begin with a parade from the
hospital to the RJE gymnasium.
Lineup begins at 9 a.m. and the
parade will begin at 10 a.m.
The annual ceremony at the
gymnasium 'will follow at 11
a.m., and a luncheon will follow
,the ceremony.

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Waste
collection
schedule
WCA garbage collection will
:not take place on Monday, Jan.
21, because of the Dr. Martin Lu-
thei King Jr. Day holiday. Pickup
for the rest of the week will be
delayed by one day. January bulk
pickup will be on Saturday, Jan.
26.1




Solid waste
collection site
closings
All six solid waste collection
sites will be closed Monday, Jan.
21, for the Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. holiday. The sites will reopen
on Tuesday, Jan. 22.

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Senior center
adds Wii
video game
The Bradford County Senior
SCenter will be offering Wii Bowl-
ing on the first and third Tuesday
of each month in the meeting
room at the Bradford County Ex-
tension Office, 2266 N. Temple
Ave., in Starke. This program will
begin Jan. 29 from 3-4 p.m.
If you love to bowl but certain
conditions have prevented you
from enjoying the sport, the senior
center has the solution. Wii Bowl-
ing can be played from a standing,
or sitting position with just the
easy motion of your ,hand-held
controller. Wii Bowling gives you
the sound and feel of real bowling'
without the heavy balls or shoes
to rent. This is a perfect opportu-
nity to get out, socialize and have
some fun
: The senior center also has a
schedule of activities and events
at www bradfordcountyfl.gov. If
you have any questions about this
or other activities, please call 904-
368-3955;


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Mapping the future


The public got a close look at proposals to reduce traffic congestion in Starke last Thursday.


Hearing draws crowd but few questions


7There s/til/ time
to comment-

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Many attended the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation's latest hear-
ing\on plans to bypass the city of
Starke with. a new highway west of
town, but there was little public feed-
back.
Instead, citizens who attended opt-
ed to speak with FDOT representa-
tives individually before and after the
hearing. ManN represenL.taies werlV
on hand to talk about everything from
route selection to the, right of way
acquisition process. Enlarged maps
of both alternatives-the rural and
-urban- ere on display so residents
could get a better look at what was
proposed.
The hearing on the project develop-
ment and environmental study con-
sisted primarily of a video presenta-
tion that went through.the history of
the project and highlighted some of
the pros and cons of each alternative.
The local preference for the rural by-
pass was acknowledged, although the
selection isn't official.
The rural alternative is a 7.3-mile
long, four-lane highway stretching
from just north of C.R. 227 south of
the city limits to C.R. 233 north of


See HEARING, 4A


Crash

claims life

of young

soldier

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

A member of the Florida National
Guard's 146th signal battalion died
after the Humvee he was driving
overturned on U.S. 301 four miles
north of Lawtey.
According to the Florida Highway
Patrol, Arandall Ladarrion Shears,
20, of West Point, Ga., was traveling
northbound on the roadway in the left
lane and lost control of the vehicle
while attempting to change lanes.
The 2009 GMC Hummer entered
the median and overturned, ejecting
Shears.
Witnesses to the crash, including a
nurse from Shands UF and Bradford
County Emergency Manager Brian
Johns administered CPR to the victim
after they saw that he had stopped
breathing.
According to Bradford County
public- infomration officer Michael
Heeder, shortly before 11:30 a.m.,
Johns" was returning to Starke
from Jacksonville when he saw the
Humvee overturn in the median of the
Highway.
After stopping to render aid, Johns
found the soldier wiho had been
thrown from the vehicle and was
unresponsive. Within moments the
patient stopped breathing and his
heart.stopped. Johns, along. with the
nurse and other bystanders, began
CPR.
Heeder said, personnel' and
firefighters from Lawtey and Heilbron
Springs responded to the crash.
After emergency workers detected
a pulse, they transported Shears to
Shands Starke where a helicopter
from Shands UF transported him to
Gainesville.
According to radio traffic, on the
way to Starke, Bradford medical
workers had to revive Shears for a
second time. When they turned the
patient over to the helicopter crew,
Shears had a pulse and medical
workers 'had established an airway.
However, medical staff at Shands UF
later pronounced the victim deceased.
Heeder said personnel from the
Army National Guard secured the
vehicle and equipment involved in
the crash.
A spokesperson for the Florida
National Guard. said Shears was
on his way from Camp Blanding
to Jacksonville at the time of the
accident.


Gas project goes back to the drawing board


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

A long delayed gas-to-energy
project at the,New River Regional
Landfill was pushed -even further
into the future last week when
board members decided to call for
new proposals.
Alan Janechek. and his compa-
ny Janechek and Associates were
hired in 2011 to develop a project
to turn landfill gas into a profitable
commodity for the New River Sol-
id Waste Association. After being
granted additionali'time to develop
a workable project, Janechek final-
ly had a new proposal for the board
last week, but the board wasn't in-
terested.
The original project involved
producing gas frcqn the landfill
emissions and piping it through


the natural gas transmission line
to Janechek's facility in California
where it would be used for proj-
ects there. The venture fell through
when California outlawed, biogas
transmissions from out of state
around the same time the contract
with New River was signed.
Janechek said they tried to change
direction and negotiate contracts
with Florida utilities that were buy-
ing biogas, but the market for re-
newable electricity had, for several
reasons, become nonexistent.
"We were kind of at a dead end,"
he said.
In the last few months, however,
Janechek said they had identified a
buyer that would allow them con-
tinue with a project similar to what
was originally proposed.
Clean Energy Renewable Fuels,
'a subsidiary of natural gas distribu-
tor Clean Energy, .was formed to


produce and sell compressed natu-
ral gas to power vehicles.
S"They are building fueling sta-
tions in Florida and throughout the
United States to sell CNG as ve-
hicle fuel for fleets, and also they
think the market for compressed
natural gas for automobiles is going
to explode," Janechek said.
The company has made an offer
to purchase all of the fuel Janechek
can produce at New River, and pay
a premium for it.
The original agreement between'
the association and Janechek in-
cluded a firm timeline, but circum-
stances have forced Janechek to fall
more than a year behind. He asked
the association for an extension of
time as they work toward the de-
velopment of this new project. One
of the first milestones would be to
negotiate a final agreement with
Clean Energy Fuels.


"We're working on our time-
line right now, we've tightened it
up, but right now we believe 16
months," Janechek said.
The promising proposal hit a
snag, however, when Janechek
mentioned the future financing that
would be required to proceed with
construction.
Board members were concerned
about the possibility that the asso-
ciation would have to act as a guar-
antor for Janechek's financing of
the project. He said this was typical
of other projects he has developed,
but Bradford County Commis-
sioner Eddie Lewis said they were
dealing with the :public's money
and just couldn't do that. The other
commissioners agreed.
Instead they decided to issue a
new request for proposals for the
development of gas-to-energy proj-
ects at the landfill.


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Program aims to change kids by


getting involved, talking to them


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

:A new mentoring program be-
ing offered to some public school
students in Bradford County
aims to instill important life les-
sons and change the culture of
the schools for the better.
Pastor Byron Ramseur of the
Starke Church of God by Faith
told the school board Monday
that adults giving less than an
hour a week could make a differ-
'ence through the Talks mentor-
ing program.
These mentors are guided by
a curriculum developed by Drs.
Harold and.Ollie Watts Davis-
"Talks My Father Never Had
with -Me" for boys and 'Talks
My Mother Never Had with Me"
for girls.
The curriculum begins with
something basic but important in
Ramseur's mind-how to meet
some one. It's all about the first
.impression you make when yop
shake someone's hand and look
him or hler in the eye, he said.
That's far different from the
pervading culture in which kids
aren't even talking to each other,
he said.
SMuch is covered, from com-


mon sense wisdom to lessons
about building one's character,
including self-discipline, the
power of positivity, loyalty, the
importance of grades, controlling
anger, avoiding gossip and peer
pressure, and even some advice
about the opposite sex. One topic
that caught Assistant Superinten-
dent Lisa Prevatt's eye was the
chapter on moral restraint.
"I just really agree with that
concept and -how important it is
that we help develop those moral
restraints within our students,"
she said.
The curriculum is a jumping
off point for adults to share their
own personal experiences and
life.lessons with their students.
Unlike other intervention pro-
grams that might only focus on
at-risk youth, the Talks program
Groups kids into threes. Each
group contains one student who
is at-risk, but also one student
who excels in school.and a third
who is somewhere in between.
This association allows them to
rub shoulders with someone they
might not have and learn to sup-
port each other.
Ramseur handpicked the men-
tors who will be participating,
and there is a board that will


Landfill eliminates audit issues


oversee the program's manage-
ment, including Sheila Cum-
mings, Valerie Gordon, Deanna
Coleman and Jim Lewis. Guid-
ance counselors in the district
have picked the 72 participating
children and gotten permission
from their parents. They are in
the third through eighth grades at.
Starke and Southside elementary
schools and .Bradford Middle
School.
This isn't something organiz-
ers want to do for a semester but
a program they want to continue
indefinitely and "build a culture
.of wisdom," Ramseur said. They
want to double the number of
students involved next year and
begin to change the culture in the
schools so that character and re-
sponsibility are the norm.
Those involved are very ex-
cited'to get going, Ramseur said,
and they received the green light
they've been waiting for on Jan.
14 when school board members
gave their unanimous blessing.
Funding for the program is
*coming from Starke Church of
God by Faith through its Brad-
ford County Faith Community
Center, the community outreach
part of its ministry.


Valentine' s dance

coming vp

BY-MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph

The Woman's Club of Starke
is doing its part to support the
Bradford Food Pantry with a tal-
ent show featuring performances
by local bands and vocalists on
Friday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m. Admis-
sion is by donation, with canned


or other nonperishable food
items hnd cash gladly accepted.
Free refreshments including
sandwiches, tea, coffee, cookies
and other homemade desserts
will be served.
The Food'Pantry Benefit will
be closely followed by the club's
biggest fundraiser of the year-.
a Valentine's dinner,, dance and
silent auction. Admission is $25
per person and will go toward
replenishing the club's finances
following the construction of the
new metal clubhouse roof.


Deejay Steve Bowley will pro;,,
vide music for entertainment and,.
dancing, and Supervisor of Ele .
tions Terry Vaughan will emcee
a round of The Newlywed Game..
for the enjoyment of attendees--.
regardless of how long they hav.,
been married. There will be a si+-,
lent auction as well. The dinner.,
will feature Cornish game hens
and wild rice with all the trim-
mings, and luscious desserts-
Wine, beer, coffee, tea and soft\

See CLUB, 4A


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor .

Having corrected some linger-
ing issues of concern to auditors,
the New River Solid Waste As-
sociation'audit for the year end-
ing Sept. 30, 2012 contained no
Adverse comments.
The association's net assets,
or reserves, totaled nearly $31.6
million, with $11.2 million of
that being unrestricted and avail-
able to meet obligations to cus-
tomers, member counties, credi-
tors and escrow requirements.
More than $6.2 million of unre-
stricted assets are earmarked for
long-term care costs following
'landfill closure, with- additional
amounts set aside, for disposal
cell construction and equipment
purchases.
Net assets were up by more
than $1.2 million over the prior
year due to increased revenue.
Tipping fee revenue was up
around 6 percent.
According to auditor Lora
Douglas of DDF CPA Group,
the only debt the landfill has to
speak of is its long-term care and
closure requirements. With ex-
pensive projects down the line,
reserves will be needed to fund
Them if. the landfill wants to
avoid borrowing money.
"I think. you should be com-
mended for being able to do
these projects, do the construc-
tion yourself without borrowing
money," Douglas said.
Total operating expenses were
up from $4.1. million to $5.7
million, primarily due to the
Sset-aside of money for landfill
closure and care. Personal ser-
yice costs were up slightly, but
materials, supplies and operating
costs were down.
Issues from prior audits had to
do with how the landfill beard
handles,waivers for waste dis-
posal costs as well as a plan for
what would happen with assets
and liabilities were the board to
be dissolved. Douglas said the


board did a great job of address-
ing those issues.
A separate audit addressed es-
crow for landfill closure, which
ended the year at $9.33 million,
up from $9.17 million. This ex-
-ceeded the -minimum. requited
funding by $1.76 million. The
increase was due to interest and
investment income, not; deposits
by the board.
Revenue from interests and in-
vestments is a fraction of what it
used to be since the board brought
its depositinto compliance with
Florida law, which is conserva-
tive in the handling of public
funds. Nevertheless, Douglas
said the association might want
to consult with someone who
could advise how to make those
deposits more profitable while
complying with the law.
Some' other highlights of the
year:
The landfill's required con-
tribution to the state retirement
plan was nearly cut in half to just
under $45,000 because the state
required employees to contribute
3 percent from their paychecks.
Cell 6 construction was com-
pleted for $5.3 million.
Levy County continued its
disposal contract through Sept.
30,12024.
A change in California regu-
lationg stalled the landfill gas-to-
energy project being conducted
as a new source of revenue for
the association.
A $2.35 surcharge on Al -
chua County's tipping fee was
instituted after an 18-month
waiver. Funds are being depos-
ited in escrow for future landfill
construction. There has been no
progress in discussions to extend
the county's contract beyond
2018 and potentially eliminate
the surcharge.

In other business.
S* Officers on the association
board remain unchanged for the
coming year, with Baker Coun-
ty's Mark-Hartley as chairman,


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Bradford's Eddie Lewis as vice
chairman and Union County's
Wayne Smith as secretary/trea-
surer.
* Construction of the gas flare
system is substantially complete
and employees were ready to
begin training, according to Joel
Woolsey from Jones, Edmunds
and Associates, who provided
the monthly engineering update.
For regulatory consistency,
permit approval from the Florida
Department of Environmen-
tal Protection for facilities like
New River has been central-
ized in Tallahassee, he reported.
This is considered a positive for
New River Regional Landfill.
Woolsey said they have a good
relationship with the state after
working at that level on multiple
projects.
The next permit will be for the
slope modification on an exist-
ing landfill cell, which will be
receiving excavated waste from
another cell and then closed. The
area being excavated will be used
for future expansion. However,
because the process had already
begun prior to Jan. 1, the FDEP
state office will work with the
district on this last permit.
Finally, Woolsey addressed
the need for a borrow pit on an
as yet undeveloped portion of
New River's property known
as Phase II. Connecting the de-
veloped portion ofthe landfill
with this new area will require
road and bridge construction, but
this won't be for the borrow pit
alone. Eventually, waste disposal
will move to the Phase II area,


which consists of adjacent acre-
age acquired from the state.
According to the audit, con-
struction of Cell 7, scheduled to
begin in 2014, is estimated to
cost $7.6 million. This final cell
on the Phase I property is an un-
derfunded commitment, along
with the commitment to permit,
develop and construct the borrow
pit for future daily cover. Phase
II development is projected to

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,-, Andy Redding

Redding
announces run
for police chief
The following is an announce-
ment of intention to seek public
office submitted by the candi-
date.
"My name is Andy Redding,
ari I am writing you to inform
you- of my intent to run for the
position of chief of police for the
city of Starke in the upcoming
election on Sept. 3.
.I am a career law enforcement
professional who was born and
raised in Bradford County, and
I have been a resident of the
city of Starke for many years. I
comPe from a long line of public
servants. My mother, Mary Red-
ding, served the Bradford County
school system for over 20.years
at the vocational center. My fa-
ther, Col. Butch Redding, was a
career Army National Guards-
rthan who served our great coun-
*ttl alongside many of you and
your loved ones for over 35 years
aSa soldier. My grandmother,
iWma Jean Redding, was the at-
trdance clerk for many years at
Itdford High School and was
renowned, even to this day,. for
ier fervor and tenacity for her
jbbE of ensuring that your loved
ors attended school_.Theirex-
aiple founded my desire to be
public servant at a young and
impressionable age.
* My wife, Jennifer, and I are
fambers of the First Baptist
I'frch of Starke, and we have
J3-.year-old son,. Remington.
am a graduate of Bradford
F[gIr, Santa Fe College, and
flgler College, where I earned
Bachelor of Science degree
in public administration magna
cum laude. Additionally, I have


hundreds of hours of continu-
ing education courses ranging
from speed measurement train-
ing to advanced investigations
courses. I have been involved in
public service since 1994, and I
have work experience on the lo-
cal, state and federal government
levels. On the focal government
level, I have worked as a police
officer for the city of Gainesville.
On the state government level, I
have worked for the Florida For-
estry Commission, Florida Fish
and Wildlife Commission and
for the State Fire Marshal's Of-
fice as a state law enforcement
detective. On the federal govern-.
ment level, I have worked for the
USDA Forest service. I also am
a member of multiple task forces
that employ personnel from lo-
cal, state and federal agencies.
I began my law enforcement
career in 2001 working the
streets of the city of Gainesville
as a uniformed police officer. I
then moved on to the State Fire
Marshal's Office Bureau of Fire,
Arson and Explosion Investiga-
tions as a sergeant-level law en-
forcement detective. While serv-
ing lere as a state law enforce-
ment officer, I have conducted
hundreds of criminal investiga-
tions, many of which occurred
in Starke and Bradford County.
These were crimes that were
perpetrated in the course of com-
mitting arson or where arson was
used to cover up other felonious
acts. These criminal investiga-
Stions often spanned across mul-
:tiple jurisdictions on the local,
state and federal levels involv-
ing hundreds of personnel from
multiple agencies. I have also
served as a law enforcement K-9
handler since 2005, field training
officer, and I have been the pub-
lic information officer for the 16
counties in the northeast Florida
area since 2007.
It is with this background, ded-
ication, education, training and
diversified work experience that
I feel that I can best serve you,
the citizens of Starke and Brad-
ford County as your next chief of
police. I will restore the account-
ability to the citizens of
Starke through measures like
fiscal responsibility in order to
ensure that your tax dollars are
utilized more efficiently and ef-
fectively. I will represent you as
a proactive working professional
on all levels, from patrol to ad-
ministration. I will be a full-time,
working, boots-on-the-ground
leader who is responsive to your
needs, cares and concerns.
The department will be struc-
tured in a way that the utmost


priority is focused on the protec-
tion and service of the citizens by
not having an imbalance of per-
sonnel in administrative ranked
positions rather than operational
capacities. Personnel will not be
allowed to use city owned equip-
ment and vehicles outside of
established policies and proce-
dures. The department will work
to obtain monies from other out-
side sources in an attempt to try
and relieve the tax burden on the
citizens. As a result, you will
have a department that is more in
touch with the citizens it serves
and more resources will be made
available to our citizens by pro-
viding a higher level of protec-
tion to the city of Starke. Ulti-
mately, by working diligently to
accomplish these objectives and
other measures like community
policing, I will restore the trust
that you, the citizens, desire to
have in your public servants and
your Starke Police Department.
Since 2008 when Chief of Po-
lice Gordon Smith was elected
to the position of sheriff and the
current administration took of-
fice, the confidence that we once
had in our city police depart-
ment has declined significantly.
Former Chief Smith worked
diligently with his team for many
years to bring the police depart-
ment to impressive levels of ser-
vice that we were previously un-
familiar with. But since 2008, the
amount of officers we have on
the streets protecting us has de-
clined and the crime rates in the
city of Starke have risen signifi-
cantly and the rate at which these
crimes are being solved is lower
'than we have seen before. There
is a better way that requires new
vision and new leadership.
God's word tells us in Prov-
erbs that "where there is no vi-
sion the people will perish" and
"where there is no leadership the
people will fall." As a dedicated
career law enforcement profes-
sional and experienced public
servant, Ifeel that I have the net-
essary leadership abilities and
the vision to make your Starke
Police Department something
to believe in and rely on. On
Sept. 3, 2013, make your choice
known by going to city hall and
voting for Andy Redding for
chief of police.
I look forward to hearing from.
you, in the coming days and
months. I can be contacted at by
phone 904-3643152, by email
at AndyRedding32091 @yahoo
.com, on Twitter at @ARed-
ding4Chief, or on Facebook at
www.facebook.com/jenny.red-
ding.3.


Worm your
way into
compost for
better plants
Everyone is invited to join the
Alligator Creek Garden Club
Thursday, Jan. 17, beginning at
6:30 p.m. (program at 7 p.m.) at
the Bradford County Extension
Office located at 2266 N. Tem-
ple Ave. (U.S. 301) in Starkb.
The program will be on ver-
miculture, raising earthworms
for composting and soil amend-
ments. The speaker is Evie Pan-
kok of Duval County Florida.
Yards and Neighborhoods Pro-
gram .. ,, ,,
For more information, contact
Pat Caren at 352-485-2666 or
pmrc423@aol.com, or go by or
call the extension office at 904-
966-6299.


Come see
the science
projects
The community is invited to
view the -science. projects on
display in the Bradford Middle


School Gym Thursday, Jan. 24,
from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Science Project Recog-
nition Night will also be held
on Jan. 23 at the Bradford High
School Auditorium starting at"
6:30 p.m. All students present-
will be recognized.


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The newest members of Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Nu Chapter, pictured above
are (1-r) Melissa Schaefer and Mallory McCbnnell from Bradford Middle School,
SMarlena Palmer from Brooker Elementary School, and Jennifer Farnsworth from
Bradford Middle School. President Sallye Meng and Vice President Tangalia Bass
swore in new members. Delta Kappa Gamma is a professional honorary society of
women educators that promotes professional and personal growth of Its members
and excellence In education. The local Alpha Nu Chapter provides scholarship
opportunities to local women seeking the education profession. The chapter also
partners annually with the Rainbow Center to provide for preschoolers' needs dur-
ing the Christmas season.
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HEARING
'Continued from 1A

: 'the city limits. The highway by-
passes the city on the west, with
grade-separated interchanges at
S.R. 100 ard S.R. 16, and pass-
ing over the railroad, creeks,
C.R. 100A and C.R. 229.
The projected cost, including
land acquisition and construction
is $202 million.
A couple of questions were
submitted in writing during the
: hearing. Someone asked whether
a study of the potential impact on
businesses of bypassing the city
:'had been performed. FDOT's
Bill Henderson said many busi-
Snesses would be displaced if the
':'urban alternative was selected
'' and U.S. 301 was expanded to
'six lanes through town. Looking
S'at similar rural bypasses around
Sthe country, a study found an ini-


AUDIT
Continued from 1A

cost $11 million.
SA change in easement was
approved. Clay Electric lines
will be moved so thW association
will have unobstructed access to
its Phase II site.
A.5 percent increase was ap-
''proved for Southern Lawn Care,
S: which has the contract for lawn
-: maintenance, at the landfill.' A
'':- stipulation was included in the
-'1:. original bid for a 5 percent in-
::27 crease in the second and third


CLUB
Continued from 1A

drinks will be served. Tickets
may be purchased from Arleen
.Moorhous at
904-263-0021;
..: Linda Lee at W
e-;'2 352-317-8181, Wo '
or Brenda Ci
Farnsworth at
904-263-0333.
The club
wastreated to an interesting and
." informative program at its Jan.
9 meeting. Dr. Bill Little, chair
: of the Foreign Languages De-
.: apartment at Santa Fe College,
:: spoke to the group about new
programs, including Opening
:. Doors to Asia, before introduc-
>; ing guest speaker and Fulbriglit
S Scholar Dr. Regiani Zacarias.
The Fulbright Program is the
flagship international education-
al exchange program sponsored
by the United States government
j: and is designed to increase mu-
;; tual understanding between the
ii'ipeople of the United States and
i the people of other countries. Dr.
Zacarias is on the faculty at the
i. National State University of Sao
Paulo, Brazil, with expertise in
!ii English language and rrterature,
:::as well as lexicography, which
: she explained is the study of dic-
.... tionaries.


A cross section of the proposed bypass.


tial adverse impact to businesses
that dissipates over time, he said.
The second question was about
the possibility of a mandatory
two-lane truck route around the'
city to relieve congestion without
impacting businesses. Hender-
son said it's difficult to prohibit
motorists from using roads con-
structed with public funds, so it
hasn't been seriously considered.
The projected property'impact
'of the rural bypass is two busi-
nesses and 26 residences. FDOT
has a right of way office respon-
Ssible for working with affected
members of the public. There
is a legal process for taking the
property required for the project
if property owners and the state
cannot negotiate a price that both
parties agree to. The state will
.even pay for legal representa-
tion, property appraisals and
other experts necessary tos help
determine a property's worth.


year, but was overlooked at the
time the bid was approved. The
difference adds about $800 to
the cost of the annual contract.
The board will piggyback on
a Union County bid from APAC
for roadwork related to installa-
tion of a new scale. The cost will
total just under $13,000. Bids
for lime rock and sod were also
approved.-
The association's website,
www.nrswa.org, has been up-
dated. In addition to general
information, budget and audit
information has been included.


Dr. Zacarias said that Brazil
is as big in terms of land as the
United States, with a population
of 190.7 million people,. mak-
ing it the fifth largest nation in
the world. Its political history
is diverse; like
the U.S., it was
SY^ once a colony,
but it has had
"PUt six different
constitutions
over the years,
tf with the curt
rent constitution being only 20
years old.
According to Zacarias, the
extended family defines soci-
ety in South America, with in-
dividuals subject to the family
unit. Social groups observed in
-public are likely to be families,
and a woman's closest friends
are likely to be her relatives.
She said that roles .in marriage
are changing, with more and
more women leaving the home
to work, sometimes becoming
the primary breadwinner. Al-
though the Catholic Church is
very prominent in. Brazil, Zac-
arias said that religious diversity
is embraced by Brazilians, and
there are never conflicts over
religious differences. She con-
cluded by voicing her belief that
her country has a very bright fu-
ture, and inviting all those pres-
ent to visit her in Brazil.


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AUC*TIONS


IEvery Thursday: Estate Adventure auction. 800+ lots Fumi
estate vehicles, 'collectibles...
JAN. 25: Coin auction. Uncirculated, graded gold, key date
* morgans, proofs, MORE...
IJAN. 26: Antique store liquidation. Florida Porch Antiques
(700 block Main St. Leesburg)
JAN. 28: Real estate restaurant auction. 19 restaurant
properties, owner retiring (4135 S. Suncast BlvdJ[US 19)Homosassa
FEB. 3: Antique & Collectibles 500+ Lotsl Fresh estate items,
hand-picked for our monthly antique auction

FEB 8-9: 3 Real Estate Auctions, including golf course lot
in nationally known Black Diamond


ture,


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Personal Propety sold Dudey's Auction A1667. Main-ly Real Esite BK#J81384.
12% bp, 2% ca/chk discount. Announcements from the block take precedent.


The comment period for the
project development arid envi-
ronmental study is open through
Jan. 22. Comments can be mailed
to Stephen Browning, Project
Manager, Florida Department of
Transportation, 1109 S. Marion
Ave. MS 2007, Lake City, FL
32025. They can also be emailed
to stephen.browning@dot.state.
fl.us.
Comments submitted by the
deadline will become part of the
record for this hearing.
Questions can also be ad-
dressed to Browning in writing
or by calling 386-961-7455 or
800-749-2967, ext. 7455.
More information and a copy
of the project development and
environmental study can be
found at www.us301starke.com.


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BMS student is top speller
A dozen students from Bradford County public schools participated in the districtwide
spelling bee on Jan. 10 at the Santa Fe Community College Cultural Center in down-
town Starke. This annual event is sponsored by The Florida Times-Union in Jackson-
ville. Bradford County's champion speller, Keviesha Jenkins from Bradford Middle
School, will advance to the regional spelling bee at the Jacksonville Public Library
on Feb. 23. The champion of the regional contest will advance to the national spelling
bee in Washington D.C. Runner-up in the district b6e was Meghan Harris from Starke
Elementary School. The other students competing-all of whom were champions or
runners-up at their schools-were Joseph Griffis and Nicholas Boone from South-
side Elementary School; T.J. Carpenter and Harley Windle from Hampton Elementary
School; Gabe Cook and Brooklyn Wiggins from Brooker Elementary School; Ryan
Crossway and Brittnee Smiley from Lawtey Community School; Kenny Brewer from
Starke Elementary School; and Simran Patel from Bradford Middle School. Submitted
by Patricia Cook.


Our Local Area Has


Send your donations to


The Food Pantry


921 East Call Street Starke, Florida 32091,

or drop off food at Churches or Denmark Furniture

(Cash or Check donations are always accepted and appreciated)
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St. Edward Catholic Church
in Starke in\ ies e% er\one to
the shoe ing of "The Ineffable
Mystery of God" from
"Catholicism Journe\ Around
the World and Deep into (he
Faith" by the Rev. Robert
Barron on Wednesday, Jan. 23,
at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the
church social hall.

t. John Missionary Baptist
Church, C.R. 200B in Lawtey,
will be celebrating Pastor
James E. Rackley's eighth
appreciation program starting
Friday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. with
the Rev. Everett Brown of
New Bethel Baptist Church,


and finishing on Sunda).
Jan. 20. ai I la m. %ith the
Re% Theodore Kell\ and-I
p.m. .ith the Re%. Corelius
Ne" man. both of Jackson% ille.
The public is in\ cited.

Madison Street Baptist
Church, 900 W. Madison St.
in Starke, invites you to an
exciting one-day Prophecy
Conference Sunday, Jan. 20,
at 11:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. The
guest speaker will be Dr. Jerry
Vines, pastor emeritus of First
Baptist Church in Jacksonville.

Bible Baptist Church, 150
S. Cherry St. in Starke, will


hold a revival with Evangelist
Noah Frye of Lexington, N.C.,
January 20-25 with Sunday
services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
and weeknight services at 7
p.m. Everyone is invited.

Email the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


Clay's power cost to rise;

remains lower than 2012 average


Beginning on Jan. 9, members
of Clay Electric Cooperative saw
their cost of power for 1,000
kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electric-
ity increase to $109.
Clay's cost of power for No-
vember and December was
$105.80., The $109 charge is still
z; lower than Clay's average cost
,, for 1,000 kWh for 2012, which
was $110.72.
, Why was November and De-
Scember's cost of power lower
than average? The major reason
the cost of power was lower in
SNovember and December was


the lower price of natural gas as
a generation fuel during 2012.
The cooperative lowered itS cost
of power for members in order to
pass along the savings for those
two months. The cooperative
sets its rate to provide service
at cost, but anticipates a small
margin. Margins represent mon-
ies left over at the end of the year
after expenses are paid.
"We want to provide service at
cost, but that doesn't mean zero.
margins.," explained Mark Max-
well, Clay Electric's director of
the finance department. "We


need certain margins to obtain
lower cost financing. These mar-
gins will eventually be returned
to members in the form of capital
credits while maintaining finan-
cial stability."
Clay Electric returned $5.25
million in capital credits to en-
titled members last year, and this
helped reduce members' cost of
.power.
Despite the slight increase in
the cost of power, Clay Electric
remains among the lowest coop-
eratives in the state.


1"osur tke warden Fence


S Across "the Garden
Fence is a new column
sponsored by the Bradford
County Extension Service.
0 Readers who wish to pose
gardening questions should
forward them to Mary Bridgman at
jtd@ufl.edu.

One of my friends has a citrus
tree with small, round orange fruit. I
thought they might be kumquats, but she
said they are calamondins. What can you tell me
about this fruit, and how is it different from a
kumquat?
Bite into one of each, and I won't have to tell
you! The kumquat is a small oval citrus fruit that
is known for its combination of sweet peel and 'tart
juice combined in a single bite. Also, the fruit is
more'fibrous and dry than calamondins, which are
usually very juicy. Calamondins are more spheri-
cal and are not usually consumed fresh-they are
quite tart. I use them instead of lemon in tea, and
prefer the taste. One calamondin is perfect for a
glass of iced tea, so no slicing is required-you
can just break.the fruit apart with your fingers and
squeeze.
Although both calamondins and kumquats are
small, edld-tolerant fruits, the kumquat is the
weaker of the two. Kumquat trees seldom live more
than five or six years, while calamondins may live
twice as many years or longer. A mature tree pro-
duces hundreds of orange fruit, between one and
two inches in size, in the course of a year. Unlike
oranges, which bear only once a year, the
calamondin can produce several crops an- iW GA
nually. Calamondins are cold hardy to 20 '1


degrees.
You can use thejuice of calamondins in
place of lemon or lime juice in recipes. My
Aunt Gladys McRae developed her own
recipe for calamondin pie, after search-
ing in vain for one she liked in cookbooks


and bulletins from the
Florida Citrus Com-
mission. This recipe
has become quite pop-
ular with her family
and friends, and I can
testify to its tastiness.
You'll need four ounc-
es of cream cheese,
one can of sweetened
condensed milk,
cup of calamondin


juice, one eight-ounce I
tub of Cool Whip, and ..
a piecrust. Whip the Mary W. Bridgman
cream cheese until
light and fluffy; add the can of condensed milk.
Beat mixture thoroughly. Add calamondin juice
gradually and keep beating. Place the filling in the
refrigerator to cool while baking the piecrust or
about a half hour if you are using a graham cracker
crust. Remove filling from the refrigerator and
thoroughly blend in 2/3 of the tub of Cool Whip.
Pile into cooled piecrust and chill at least two
hours. It's better if you chill it overnight. Use the
remainder of the Cool Whip to dollop on each slice
when serving the pie. Thin slices of calamondin
may also be used for a decorative touch. Thanks to
Aunt Gladys for sharing her recipe!
I found a recipe for Kumquat Refrigerator Pie in
last fall's issue of Fresh from Florida, the Florida
Agricultural Promotional Campaign magazine.
You'll need a blender or food processor for this
one, as it calls for pureed fruit. The ingredients
S include one baked, cooled nine-inch
ASTER piecrust, one eight-ounce tub of Cool
GARDENER
Whip, 2/3 cup of pureed kumquats, one
can of sweetened condensed milk, and h
cup of lemon juice. To prepare, beat the
condensed milk and whipped topping to-
gether, add the pureed kumquats, pour in
the pie shell, and chill in the refrigerator


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Remember: Move over, it's the law limited.

Since 1999,. more than 170 enacted to protect those trying to safely, drivers shall slow down
law enforcement officers in the protect Florida's motorists," said to a speed of 20 mph below the enjoyment.
United States have died and Col. David Brierton, director of posted speed limit.
thousands injured in A crash as a the Florid Highway Patrol. "Our Approach the emergency ve- A OneClick Digital med
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7 roadway doing their job.
SDuring the month of January,
Florida Highway Patrol troop-
d- rs will pay special attention
to drivers violating the state's
S Move Over law. The Move Over
law. protects-law enforcement
:-officers,.: emergency workers
.. and tow truck drivers who are
stopped along Florida roadways
S doing theirjobs.
"Florida's Move Over law was


Tri-county beef

and forage

programs

offered
The Bradford, Baker and
Union county extension services
will be offering two educational
workshops to benefit beef and
forage producers in our area.
The Tri-County Beef Update
will be held on Thursday, Jan.
17, from 5-7:30 p.m. at the New
River Volunteer Fire Department
in Bradford County. Topics pre-


LIVU t L3 Ud r>' VWl- 11V I VdUIdT
every day working to reduce traf-
fic crashes and fatalities. Motor-
ists need to understand the Move
Over law and abide by the law
for everyone's safety."
Understanding Move Over:
Drivers must, move over
when a patrol car, emergency ve-
hicle and/or tow truck is stopped
on the side of a road with lights
flashing.
If they cannot move over


sented will include information
on agriculture damage assess-
ment and a beef cattle production
panel.
The Tri-County Forage Up-
date will be on Thursday, Jan.
24, from 6-8 p.m. at the Lake
Butler Community Center in
Lake Butler. Topics will include
forage production, forage quality
and forage pests.
Both programs will include'
special guests from the Univer-
sity of Florida. These programs
will include a sponsored meal to
offset any costs, so please con-
tact your local county agent or
the Bradford County Extension


Violating the Move Over law
puts motorists and public safety
professionals at risk.
Violating the Move Over law
can result in a fine and points on
your driver's license record.
In 2012, four. Florida troop-
ers :were involved:.rashes, that
occurred on the shoulders and
emergency lanes of Florida's
roadways.


Office (904-966-6224) for addi-
tional details.
Persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodations
should--contact the extension
office at least 10 working days
prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request.


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. Youth
can also getL-,h.e i st BCPL
news and .event-tifications 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.

Elvis is in the stacks
Pack your blue suede shoes
and hop aboard Marie Vernon's
Graceland Express for a wild
ride to Memphis with loveable
characters. The twists and turns
in this crime caper will leave you
all shook up. We will discuss the
highs and the lows at 6 p.m. on
Tuesday, Jan. 29.

Bingo rocks
The cage spins, anticipation
builds, and the balls roll out until
someone shouts Bingo. That's
the rhythm that keeps us com-
ing back for more. Book bingo


is moving to Mondays,in 2013.
The first one is at 10 a.m. on Jan.
28.

Learn to use your gifts
Did you get a new se-reader
for Christmas? Or maybe you al-
ready have one, but haven't quite
figured out how to use it. Learn-
about these devices for free by
attending classes in January!
On Thursday, Jan. 24, learn
how to download books onto
e-readers. The class begins at 6
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Hope Christian Academy students making A honor roll for the first nine weeks
Included (front to back, left to right) Rease Sapp, Amberly Carlton, Bryce Couey, Naomi
Thompson, Colby Walker, John David Schenck, Rebekah Milner, Shelby Phillips, Bryce
Frampton, Emily Sandridge, Wyatt Thomas and Owen Gonzalez.


-Hope Christian Academy students making A honor roll for the first nine.weeks also
included (front to back, left to right) Seth Rowland, Carly Stallings, Makena Morgan,
Alyssa Wilson, Ashley Hughes, Lind-sey Murphy, Makayla Coleman, Katie Kruzan, Matt
Adams, Ethan Hughes, Stephen Milner, Emily Davis, Sarah Weaver and Allie Oberman.


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PUBLIC NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
DURING THEIR 'REGULARLY-
SCHEDULED MEETING ON
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2012 AT
.-:30 P.M. THE BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF BRADFORD
.COUNTY, FLORIDA WILL MEET IN
A PRIVATE, ATTORNEY-CLIENT
-SESSION WITH THE BRADFORD
COUNTY ATTORNEY, PURSUANT
TO SECTION 286.011, FLORIDA
STATUTES, TO DISCUSS PENDING
LITIGATION.
IN ATTENDANCE AT THE
ALTTORNEY-CLIENT SESSION
WILL BE COMMISSIONERS DOYLE
THOMAS, DANNY RIDDICK, LILA
4aELLARS, ROSS CHANDLER AND
EDDIE LEWIS, COUNTY MANAGER
..BRAD CARTER AND ATTORNEYS
;'TERENCE M. BROWN AND
WILLIAM E. SEXTON.
1/10 2tchg 1/17-BCT
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
:'COUNTY OF CHARLESTON IN THE
FAMILY COURT FOR THE NINTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DOCKETNO. 2012-DR10-2417
.SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT
ZOF SOCIAL SERVICES
-VERSUS
Janice McAlister and Brenton
:Glisson
" NOTICE
TO ALL INTERESTED
PARTIES:
~ou are hereby summoned and
required to answer the Complaint in
this action filed with the Clerk of Court
.for Charleston County on July 3,
.2012. Upon proof of interest, a copy
Of the Complaint will be delivered
.to you upon request from the Clerk
'6f Court in Charleston, and you
?',nust serve a copy of your Answer
' ;o the Complaint on the Plaintiff, the
:Charleston County Department of
;Social Services, at the office of their
;-Attorney, The Legal Department of
-the Charleston County Department
- of Social Services, 3366 Rivers
.Ave., N. Charleston, South Carolina
29405-5714, within thirty days of this
V publication. If you fail to answer within
:"the time set forth above, the Plaintiff
Swill proceed to seek relief from the
.Court
-1/10 3tchg 1/24-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF,
S BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

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becomes secret, the less it
remains free."
James Russell Wiggins

FILE NO.: 2012 CP 100
DIVISION:
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
DEVIN NIESEL
Deceased.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an Order
of Summary\ Administration has
been entered in the estate of DEVIN
NIESEL, deceased, File Number
2012 CP 100; by the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division; the address of which is 945
N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32901;.that the decedent's date of
death was March 8, 2011; that the
total value of the estate is $25,000.00
and that the names and address of
those to whom it has been assigned
by such order are:
NAMES/ADDRESSES respectively;
Melissa Dempsey
7224 S.W. County Road 18
Hampton, Florida 32044
Robert C. Niesel.Jr.
4 Metacom Road
Mashpee, MA 02649
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the
decedent other than those for whom
provision for full payment was made in
the Order of Summary Administration
must file their claims with this court
WITHjII THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE -FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is January 10, 2013.
Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
Linda Muralt, Esquire
Florida Bar No.: 0031129
Walton Lantaff Schroeder Carson
LLP
2203 North Lois Avenue, Suite 750
Tampa, Florida 33607
Telephone; (813) 775-2375
Facsimile: (813)775-2385
Persons Giving Notice:
Melissa Dempsey/Petitioner
1/10 2tchg 1/17- BCT.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD r
COUNTY F
GENERAL JURISDICTION t
DIVISION t
CASE N0.2012-CA-373r
LOANCARE, A DIVISION OF FNF
SERVICING, INC.,
Plaintiff, r
vs.
AARON J. WILLINGHAM, et al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure entered on
December 20, 2012 in Civil Case No.
2012-CA-373 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and for
Bradford County, Starke, Florida, the
Clerk of Court will sell to the highest I
and best bidder for cash at Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, FL. 32091 in
accordance with Chapter 45, Florida
Statutes on the 7th day of March,
2013 at 11:00 AM on the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
THE SOUTH 1/4 OF NW 1/4 OF SW
1/4; AND THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE
SW 1/4 LYING NORTH OF GRADED
COUNTY ROAD RUNNING WEST
FROM COUNTY ROAD NUMBER
8 (NOW DESIGNATED STATE .
ROAD 16) AND THE SOUTH 1/2
OF NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4, EXCEPT
THAT PORTION OF NORTH 1/2 OF
SOUTH 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4
LYING WEST OF STATE ROAD 16,
ALL IN SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST.
LESS AND EXCEPT THAT PORTION
OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
PROPERTY LYING EAST OF STATE
ROAD NO. 16. ALSO LESS AND
EXCEPT LANDS CONVEYED IN
ORB 740, PAGE 467, AND LAND
CONVEYED IN ORB 800, PAGE 579,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
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.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that a true and
correct copy of the foregoing was:
Mailed this '271 day of December,
2012, to:
Paul Sanders, Esquire
403 Georgia St.
Starke,FL 32091
sandersmplaw@yahoo.com
Travis J. Hafstead, Esq.
McCalla Raymer, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
225"E. Robinson St. Suite 660
Orlando,FL 32801
Phone:(407)674-1850
Fax:(321)248-0420
Email: MRService@mccallaraymer.
com
Fla. Bar No.: 0612901
1/10 2tchg 1/17-BCT
Notice is hereby given:
Robert I. Blake JR
Last known address of:
13423 SW County Road 227
Starke FL 32091


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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
han thirty (30) days after the date of
his 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.
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P.O. Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Stacre, FL 32091
1/17 ltchg-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Act Statutes Sec. 83.801-83.809,
NOTICE: A Public Auction will be
held on January 26, 2013 @ 10:00
A.M. at the C & C Mini Storage 1670
S. Walnut Street, HWY 301 South in
Starke, Florida. The following units
will be sold to the highest bidder, and
continuing day to day thereafter until
sold.
2-37 J. Shirley
2-42 R. Varnum
2-82 R. Corbin
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT'
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 01/31/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N. STARKE, FL 32091-
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC.
reserves the right to accept or rejet
any and/or all bids.
1G4HP52L3SH455041 1995 BUICK
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2012-CP- 0098
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
MARK WHITNEY REDDISH,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate
of MARK WHITNEY REDDISH,
deceased, Case No: 04-2012-CP-
0098 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
32091.
The name and address of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy


of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with the Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication'of this
Notice is January 17, 2013.
Personal Representative
DOLPH E. REDDISH
19664 N.W. 66"T AVENUE
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
Attorney for Personal
Representatives
John S. Cooper, Esquire
214 West University Avenue,
Ste. B \
Gainesville, Florida 32601
(352) 727-4701.
Florida Bar No: 0910340
eservice@iohnscooperpa.com
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Starke; Will sell
for CASH to the highest bidder at
1630 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
County of Bradford, Florida; at 1:30
PM on Wednesday, the 30th day


of January 2013, and continuing
day to day thereafter until sold, the
household goods and misc. contents
of the following:
UNIT A013 JANIE ACOE
UNIT B003 SHERRY L MITCHELL
UNIT D005 SHERI LAVERY
UNIT G026 JEWELL H LANDY
UNIT 1010- SALLY A STEPHENS :
UNIT 1056 LLOYD S LANE
UNIT K008 WADE A MEADOWS,
JR
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Waldo; Will
sell for CASH to the highest bidder
at 15540 NE US HWY 301, Waldo,
County of Alachua, Florida, at 12:00
PM on Wednesday, the 30th day
of January 201.3 and continuing
day to day thereafter until sold: the
household goods and misc. contents
of the following:
UNIT B016 VICTORIA LILLIE.
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO:
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, Danny Halsey, 5588
Hampton Villas Dr., Hampton, FL
32044, sole owner, doing business
under the firm name of: Halsey & Son
Tree Service;,5588 Hampton Villas
Dr, Hampton, FL 32044 intends to
register said fictitious name under the
aforesaid statute. Dated this 15th day
of January, 2013, in Bradford County.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A


Members or Bradford High School's National Honor Soci-
ety recite the organization's pledge.


Girls participating in the National Girl Scout Sleepover included (front-back, left-right) Hannah Perron, Cassie Taylor,.
Cassie Acevedo, Alexandra Roper, Morgan Green, Jordan Whitaker, Katie Smallwood, Ashley Jeffery, Maggie Olive,
Amber Gunter, Taelar Bell, Hailey Hollman, Hannah.Fisher, Kayla Varnes, Emma Perron, Cheyenne Herring, Maken-
zle Radford, Amber Taylor, Makayla Thomas, Elaine Odom, Sabrina Watkins, Megan Bonesio, Tiesha Archer, Azariah
Blocker, April Dukes,Victoria Ruby, Olivia Smallwood, Kayla Kirby, Michaela Wilson, Amber Wilson (hidden),Summer
Wilson, Alyssa Barr, Millinea Jennings, Rachel Roper, Emily Acevedo, Kelsey Wendell, Zoe Fulton, Valerie Findley
and Datein Croft.


Girl Scouts sell

cookies for causes


, BY KAREN T. WENDELL
''Special to the Telegraph-Times

Did you know the Girl Scout
cookie sale is the largest girl-led
business in the world?
On Saturday night, 38 girls
from Bradford and Union county
Girl Scout troops participated in
the National Girl Scout Cookie
.Sleepover. They assembled at
-the Little Rainbow Day Care in
jake Butler with sleeping bags,
toothbrushes and high expecta-
tions.
. They were participating in the
irst event of its kind. Girl Scouts
fom throughout the country
watched a one-hour video fea-
turing sister Girl Scouts. They
learned about setting goals, suc-
cessful business strategies and
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troops who had used their cookie
money to establish a website to
increase awareness of human
trafficking, get legislation passed
at the state level to protect pup-
pies, and say thank you to first
responders in their community.
Local girls were asked to write
down Wvhat they cared about and
what types of things they might
want to learn more about. Girls
cared about animals, the home-
less and people's health. They
wanted to try skydiving and trav-
el to other countries.
What will local girls do with
their Girl Scout Cookie sale pro-
ceeds? Ask a girl! The Girl Scout
cookie sale is ip full swing! Girl
Scout cookie will be sold in
front of area businesses from
March 4 to 24, and the troops ap-
preciate your support.


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National
Honor Soci-
ety inducts
members
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor


Bradford High School's Na-
tional Honor Society inducted 23
members Nov. 12 during a cere-
mony in the school's auditorium.
Society sponsor Sally Crane
presented certificates of mem-
bership to Ashton Adkins, Jaci
Atkinson, Tiffany Atwood, Erica
Barnes, Caleb Blankenship, Ry-
ann Clemons, Bailey Creighton,
Latia Davis, Wisam Fares, Han-
nah Hildebran, Deanna Jordan,
Sean Massey, Marissa Moore,
Ashley Ruiz, Christopher Shan-
non, Isacc Smith, Dustin Swain,
Connor Thompson, Stacey
Toms, Rebecca VanDenHurk,
Carleigh Whitehead, Keirstin
Woods and Kristie Yates.
Bradford NHS President
Wisam Faras told the audience
that the National Honor Society
was formed in 1921 to recognize
outstanding high school students.
"In addition to having at Idast
a 3.5 unweighted GPA," he said,
"these students have been care-
fully evaluated by the BHS fac-
ulty. This is a high honor for you,
the students, and fot you,the par-
Sents and guardians."
Assistant Principal Steve Fran-


die delivered the occasion's key-.
note address. In his talk, Frandle
focused on character.
"Character is what defines:
us as individuals," he said, "and.
distinguishes 6ne person from
another."
Frandle also reflected on his
own induction into the National
Honor Society during his high
school senior year in Minnesota.
He said seeing his parents in the
audience especially moved him.
He added that later that year, he
realized the impact the induction
had on his father.
"Back when I went to school,
it was a gym with a stage and
we had to get out the old rickety
wood chairs and set them all up,"
he recalled.
"My mom and dad were sitting
in two of those chairs and I didn't
think my dad would make it be-
cause he had cancer."
Frandle said that throughout
the school year, his father's dis-
ease went into remission but re-
appeared in February. He wasn't
expected to make it through
March.,
Frandle recalled, "He called
me up and said, 'Remember
when I sat and watched yousiat
the National Honor Society up,
on stage? I'm going to do the
same thing when you graduate."'
Frandle said his father fulfilled
that pledge and passed away two
weeks after graduation.
"I will always.remember thatQ'
he said.


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8A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013


Bank ends year with donations
Capital City Bank's charitable foundation ended the year with a trio of checks for lo-
cal organizations, including the Bradford County Education Foundation, which raises
funds to.support educational programs. Pictured are (I-r) Capital City's Patricia Ev-
ans, BCEF's Cheryl Canova and Starke Police Capt. Barry Warren, and Capital City's
Penny Pearson and Vorease Jones.


Another donation supporting education went to the Concerned Citizens of Bradford
County. Among the organization's priorities is the Tigers Den after-school program.
Pictured are (I-r) CCBC's Janice Mortimer, Capital City's Vorease Jones, CCBC's Es-
ther Kelly, Capital City's Greg Walker, CCBC's Sherry Williams and Alica McMillian,
and the bank's Penny Pearson.


Finally, the bank wrote a check for the Starke Police Department's Shop with a. Cop
children's program. Pictured are (I-r) Capital City's Patricia Evans and Valerie Hoffler,
Starke Police Capt. Barry Warren, and Capital City's Vorease Jones and Penny Pear-
son.


Bradford Democrats
to meet Jan. 28
The Bradford County Dem
cratic Executive Committee w
hold its first meeting of the ne
year and of the new elect
cycle at 7 p.m. on Monday, Ja
28, in the boardroom of the San
Fe College Andrews Center. A
interested Democrats are invite
to attend.
Several members will be a
tending the Inauguration
Washington, D.C., and the groin
will hear reports from their
They will also be hearing repot
from State Committeeman ai
State Committeewoman Pa
and Kathy Still about the electric
of the Florida State Democrat
Chair.
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the Democratic voters, of Bra
ford County. There are current
openings for committeemen
committeewomen in some pr
cincts. For further information
about being a precinct represe
tative or about the committee
contact DEC Chair Judy Beck
at 904-782-3502, or visit ww'
bradford-democrats.org.

Kittles nominated
for Image Award
Bradford County native To
Kittles has been nominated f
an NAACP Image Award in tl
category of best actor in a telev
sion movie for his role as Jac
son in the Lifetime network
"Steel Magnolias." Tune in
see who wins when the awar
show airs on Friday, Feb. 1, at
p.m. on NBC.
When the movie premiere
Lifetime captured the network
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million viewers.


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setjfor Feb. 16
o- Don't miss the third annual
ill Miss Bradford Fest, an event of
:w Santa Fe College, Saturday, Feb.
on 16, at the Bradford High School
.n. auditorium at 7 p.m. A portion of/
ita the proceeds benefits Santa Fe
ll College scholarships in Bradford
ed County.
Contestants will compete in
it- multiple categories including
in Western wear and talent, de-
up pending on age category. The
m. Little Miss pageant is for ages
rts '4-7, Junior Miss is for ages 8-12,
Id Teen Miss is for ages 13-17 and
ul Miss is for ages 18-22. The win-
on ner of the Miss 'category could
:ic receive a two-year Santa Fe Col-
lege scholarship.
its Deadline has been extended to
d- Jan. 25. Entry forms are available
ly by mailing thron99@embarq-
or mail.com. For more information,
e- please contact Lisa Tatum at
on 904-966-1514 or Brenda Thorn-
n- ton at 904-364-8266.
-e,
er Basketball registration
Ongoing
Concerned Citizens of Brad-
ford County is now registering
players for the 2013 spring'outh
basketball league. Registration
ry will run through Feb. 8 at the
or RJE Complex between the hours
he of 1:30 and 6 p.m. daily. Regis-
'i- tration is $30 for ages 4-18 years
k- old. Participants must be enmlled
:'s in school.
to
ds Talent sought for
8 Bradford Fest
d, Showdown
's Show off your talent at the
ce Santa Fe College Bradford Fest
5 Talent Showdown on Saturday,
SFeb. 23.
There are several ways to en-


ter, including paying the $150
sponsorship fee; or paying $50
and selling a specified number
of program ads or tickets; or
selling a total of 22 adult tick-
ets. Tickets will be sold for $7
apiece, and proceeds benefit
Bradford Fest's mission to raise
money for Santa Fe scholar-
ships.
The competition is open to
all surrounding areas and serves
as a step in the audition process
for the annual Suwannee River
Jam. The top three talent show-
down contestants will move
on to the final auditions for a
chance to perform at the Su-
wannee River Jam, in addition
to other prizes.
Enter by Feb. 15. Talent
show, application forms are
available at the Santa Fe Col-
lege Andrews Center, or call
or email Cheryl Canova at 352-
395-4410 or cheryl.canova@
sfcollege.edu 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
The showdown .will take
place at 6 p.m. in the Bradford
High School auditorium.

Carol Milner to be
honored at Jan.
25 reception
A reception to honor retiring
Assistant Supervisor of Elec-
tions Carol Milner is scheduled
for Friday, Jan. 25, from 3 p.m.
until 6 p.m. at the supervisor
of elections office. A brief cer-
emony will be held at 5 p.m.
Milner is retiring after more
than 37 years of service, suc-
cessfully assisting with more
than 60 elections, including 10
presidential elections. She was
originally hired by Neva Flynn
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CRIME
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Milner set to retire after 37-year career in elections office


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
If it was something that could
be decided by a vote, Carol
Milner's co-workers at Bradford
County's supervisor of elections
"office would probably cast their
ballots to keep her around, but
Milner, the office's assistant
supervisor, is set to retire Friday,
Jan. 25, after a 37-year career.
Terry Vaughan, who
has served as the county's
supervisor of elections since
being appointed to the office
b) then Gov. Lawton Chiles in
1991,said he couldn't have been
a successful supervisor without
Milner.
"She has been such an
institution and so well respected,
not only by our citizens, but by
her colleagues around the state,"
Vaughan said. She's been a
wonderful friend and mentor.
We will miss her greatly."
.Milner knew this day was
coming when she enrolled in
the Deferred Retirement Option
Program five years ago. Though
she has her plans for life outside
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of the office, you can also sense
it will be hard to say goodbye.
"I'm looking forward to
retiring," Milner said, "but I will
certainly miss aspects of this
office. It's been a part of me for
a long time."
Milner never envisioned
becoming such a fixture of
the office when she was hired
by in December 1975 by then
Supervisor of Elections Neva
Flynn. As a 1971 Bradford High
School graduate who didn't go to
college, Milner said she wasn't
necessarily "career minded."
"I just always said, 'I need a
job,'" she said.

-A job becomes a
longtime career
Milner's first job after high
school was as a receptionist
and clerk at the University of
Florida's College of Architecture
and Fine Arts, which today
exists as two separate entities.
She worked there for two years,
followed by a year working at
the UF math department.
"The three years I worked


at the University of Florida, I
never owned a car," Milner said.
''I always had to commute with:
someone else. Of course, back
in those days, everyone pretty
much carpooled. There were
quite a few people who worked
in Gainesville."
It was while working at UF
that Milner got married. Her
husband, Bob, who would go on
to become the sheriff of Bradford
County, worked'the night shift at
one of the area prisons. Plus, his
days off were during the week,
while Carol Milner 'worked
Monday through Fridays and
had the weekends off.
'We saw each other maybe
one hour a day," she said.
Therefore, it was eventually
decided that maybe a job in
Starke would work out better.
At the time, Milner's parents,
Charles and Juanita Hardy, and
her sister, Charlene Francis,
worked at the Bradford County
Telegraph, so she went to work
there as well.
"I was a typesetter," Milner
said. "I guess I did that for


approximately six months."
Milner also worked a few
months for the Register Oil
Company and a few months for
Curtis Sanders. Then, a woman
who worked for Flynn in the
supervisor of elections office,
was set to move to Alabama
with her husband, whom Milner
knew because he worked for
the Office Shop, adjacent to the
Telegraph. Milner's name was
referred to Flynn.
SOne day, Flynn called Milner
and said she understood she was
looking for a job.
"After we talked, she said,
'When can you start?' I said,
'Anytime.'- That's how it
began--Dec. 1, 1975," Milner
said.
She remembers her very
first task-typing the names of
all the registered voters in the
county on labels, which were
then separated and placed into.
a box. The box was delivered
to the clerk of the court's
office. (By law, the supervisor
of elections office provided the
clerk of the court with the names
of registered voters so that so
many could be selected for jury
duty.)
At the time Milner began
working in the supervisor of
elections office, the clerk of the
court's office is where candidates
went to qualify. The only thing
the supervisor of elections office
did was to register voters..
"It was really the clerk of the
court's duties to actually oversee
the election itself," Milner said.
"When I came in at the end- of
'75, it was still somewhat that
way." (Within a couple of years
of working there, Milner saw
the supervisor of elections office
eventually be given all elections
responsibilities.)


Carol Milner, who began working in the Bradford
County Supervisor of Elections office in December
1975, will retire after Friday, Jan. 25.


SIn those early days, the only
way someone could register to
vote was to physically go to the
supervisor of elections office.
Milner remembers using a
manual typewriter at the counter
to type a person's information on
the necessary forms. When that
was done, the person registering
would raise his or her right hand
and take an oath.
"Of. course, the largest, I
guess, voter registration -we
have now is through the driver's
license," Milner said, "but We
still occasionally get people
coming into the office to register
for the first time."
The manual typewriter was.
one of two typewriters in the
office at the time-the other was
electric. That was as high tech as


it got prior to the computer age.
Milner remembered how the
electric typewriter sat on Flynn's
desk, which was adjacent to
Milner's.
"When I needed to type,
(Flynn), of course, would have
to get up from her desk," Milner
said. "We would just flip."
After- voter registration forms
were typed, utilizing carbon
paper to make several copies,
they were placed into large
binders. There were binders, for
example, for the different voting
precincts. If a person also lived
inside a municipality, his or her
information would go into a
municipality binder as well as a

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More to Bradford County's 'Rosie' than many suspect


As a mitigation
specialist, Rosalie
Bolin has been
involved in some
of Florida's
most notorious
criminal cases.
-BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
Few Bradford County
residents can say that they've
been contacted by talk shows-
hosted by celebrities like Ricki
Lake, Anderson Cooper or Katie
Couric, but Rosalie Bolin has
heard from all three recently,
although she has no plans to
follow up with any of them.
Bolin has worked on some


of Florida's 'riost notorious
criminal cases. In her role as
a mitigation specialist, -she
investigates all aspects of
the life of a defendant who is
facing the death penalty. She
suspects recent media interest
was sparked by the Jan. 19
release of Lifetime Television's
movie about the trial of Casey
-Anthony, who was accused of
murdering her young daughter,
Caylee. Having served as a jury
consultant in that case, Bolin
was prepared to transition to
mitigation specialist during the
sentencing phase if the trial had
resulted in a conviction.
Although Bolin has lived
in Bradford County for seven.
years, many residents-are not
aware of her unusual occupation.
"I'm just Rosie to the people
who know me," she says.


Rosalie Bolin works at her kitchen table.


After two years of staying in a
local motel when work brought
her to Starke to meet with clients
at Florida State Prison or Union
Correctional Institution, Bolin
learned of a peaceful lakefront
home available for rent and
moved here full time.
"I'm away most weekends,
visiting my mother, three of my
daughters and one grandchild in
the Tampa area," she said.
Bolin is the mother of four
grown daughters ages 23 to
30, and grandmother of three.
Bolin's fourth daughter and
two of her grandchildren live in
London.
Bolin's 14 years as a court
reporter helped propel her into
her present line of work. During
her tenure with the Hillsborough
Public Defender's Office, she
pioneered its Social Services


Division.
"I'm a good listener,'".
Bolin said. "From listening
and observing, I saw a need'
for someone to be a voice for
people."
Bolin went on to establish
drug court and capital mitigation
divisions in the office.
The American Bar:
Association's Guidelines for the:
appointment and Performhnce'
of Defense Counsel in -Dath
Penalty Cases require that the
defense team in a capital case
consist of at least two qualified
lawyers, an investigator and
a mitigation specialist. The
mitigation specialist must find
and interview people who have
relevant and reliable information
about the.client's background.

See BOLIN, 8B


MILNER
Continued from 1B

precinct binder.
"Those big binders would
go out on election day to the
polls," Milner said. "Of course,
by law, we had to have a second
st of binders in case something
ljppened to the first set."
:Anytime a registered voter
Oided to change his or her
information, the binder would
hive to come out and changes
corded.
S'It was quite a deal," Milner
said.
SThat's why Milner said the
..ost-welcome change at the
office was the introduction of
computers. The office got its
first computer in 1980. Well,
what the office really got was a
monitor and a keyboard,.
S'The big mainframe was, in
ihe clerk's office," Milner said.
z Printing was done in 'the
clerk's office or at the school
board offices back when punch
aids were used.
:'I think in 1982 was when we
aot our own personal printer;'
Milner said.
Technology wasn't the only
changee Milner witnessed. There


was a time, she said, when
elections brought crowds of
people to the courthouse to await
the results. Precincts would call
in their results, which were
then calculated and written on
a big chalkboard in the county
commission meeting room.
"People .jst sat there and
watched," Milner said. "They
didn't interfere with the process.
Those of us involved in the
process, we were kind of in our
own zone. We knew there were
people out there watching, but
we- were just doing our job,
. getting the task done." :
Somebody who began
showing up .to cover the
proceedings for WEAG radio
was '-Terry Vaughan, who
would eventually become the
supervisor of elections.
"I guess that kind of whet his
appetite a little bit," Milner said.

2 supervisors, same
team concept
Flynn retired before the end of
her term, the result of which was
Vaughan being appointed to the
position of supervisor. Yet things
remained the same in that the
success of the office was due to
teamwork. In fact, it was Flynn's
belief in Ahe team concept that


really cemented for Milner the
fact she was an integral part of
the office. Flynn had opposition
during the 1980 election year.
The campaign ads Flynn ran in
the Telegraph featured not only
her picture, but Milner's as well.
Flynn's stance was: "You're
electing a team."
"She made me feel very
important in being a part of this
office," Milner said.
That has continued to this
day in the three-person office,
which also consists of Amanda
'Seyfang, who is the chief deputy
supervisor.
"It's not that anybody has one
specific job to do," Milner said.
"It's that we're all here to serve
the voters in our community, the


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A good- team is made up of
strong 'bonds, and that is why
Milner said what she'll miss
most about the job are Vaughan
and Seyfang. She never woke up,
dreading to go to work because
of her co-workers.
"When you can get up and
know that it's a.joy to be with
the people you're with every
day, then that's a blessing,"
Milner said.
As for retirement, Milner
said she'll probably devote
more time to helping out at
her church, Madison Street
Baptist in Starke. Also, she will.
probably do some traveling with


her husband throughout Florida
as part of his job.
There are grandchildren-two
locally, one in Illinois-to spend
time with, as well as projects
around the house to work on.
Just because she's retired,
though, doesn't mean Milner
believes she is finished with
elections work.
"I'll probably be back in 2014
to lend a helping hand," she said.
Vaughan said he was sure
Milner would be brought
in under contract to assist
with elections because of her
institutionall knowledge." That
knowledge includes assisting
with 60 elections, including 10


presidential elections.
Milner has meant so much
to the office, Vaughan drafted
a proclamation that was
approved by the Bradford
County commission making
Jan. 7, 2013, "Carol Milner
Appreciation Day."
"It was very, very moving,"
Milner said. "I appreciate it
very much. They didn't have to
do that, but it was very nice. It
made me cry a little bit."
A reception for Milner will be
held Friday, Jan. 25, from 3 p.m;
until 6 p.m. at the supervisor
of elections office. A brief
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Recent arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:

SEdgar Allan, 27, of Orange
Park was arrested Jan. 12 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
. xpired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he -was released Jan.
r2.
SWilfredo Bacca, 35, of
Gainesville was arrested Jan. 12
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. He remained in jail at
press time.
Jeffrey Lee Baker, 57, of
Hampton was arrested Jan.
11 by Bradford deputies for
a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Shawn Daniel Baker, 24,'of
;tarke was arrested Jan. 12 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license, possession of
marijuana, and DUI. Bond was
set at $9,000 and he was released
Jan. 13.
Christopher Alexander
Blanding, 42, of Miami was
arrested Jan. 12 by Bradford
deputies for possession of
cocaine and possession of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he was released Jan.
13.
: Cale Sven Bloomer, 42, of
Boxelder, S.D. was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released Jan. 12. '
Christopher Mar Bloomer,
38, of Hummelstown, Penn.
Was arrested Jan. 11 by
lradford deputies for disorderly
intoxication and battery. Bond
ivas set at $1,000 and he was
released Jan. 12.
Edward Clifton Browder
,tV of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 9 by Clay deputies


for violating an injunction for
domestic violence.
Frank Clifford Butler, 45, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 11 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released Jan. 11.
Matthew Brien Covey, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 9 by Clay deputies for
capital sexual battery.
Alan Eugene Crawford, 29,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 9
by Bradford deputies for two
counts of burglary, two counts
of larceny, dealing in stolen
property, possession ,of burglary
tools, fraud and driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $61,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Patrick Rayburn Crawford,
51, of Hampton was arrested
Jan. 10 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired .license.
SBond was set at $2,500 and he
was released Jan. 10.
James Lavon Davis, 52, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 10 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Jan.
10. -
Brandi Suzanne Donahue, 24,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 14
by Bradford deputies for dealing
in stolen property and larceny.
Bond was set at $11,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Charles Edward Drew, 34, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 11 by
Bradford deputies for a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press,time.
Ryan Michael Fisher, 18, of
Gainesville was arrested Jan.
13 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drug equipment
and possession of marijuana. He
was released Jan. 13.


Anastasia Shaquirra Green,
25, of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 9 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was,set at $500 and she
was released Jan. 9.
Riley Leonard Griffis, 21,
of Starke was arrested Jan.
12 by Bradford deputies for
aggravated battery.- Bond was
set at $20,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Lance D. Hankerson, 18,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by Starke police for larceny
and burglary. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Amanda Lee Hendrickson,
35, of Raiford was arrested Jan.
14 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drugs. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she remained
in jail at press time.
Michael Ellis Jenkins, 32,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released Jan. 12.
Lavar Ian Jamal Johnson,
23, of Lawtey was arrested Jan.
12 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana. He was
released Jan. 13.
William Alexander Jones,
26, of Interlachen was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Thomas Henry Kefnt, 27, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
13 by Bradford deputies for
disorderly intoxication and
battery. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released Jan. 14.
Ryan David Kornegay, 22, of
Tampa was arrested Jan. 9 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana, selling marijuana and
possession of drug equipment.
Bond was set at $55,000 and he
was released Jan. 9.


Christopher Lee Malone, 25,
of Lawtey was arrested Jan.
13 by Bradford deputies for
battery and resisting an officer.
Bond was set at $6,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Crystal Shiko Masters, 27, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 12 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana She was released
Jan. 13.
Raymond. Napoleon Paulk,
41, of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $1,000 and' he
was released Jan. 11.
Jesse James Lamar Ricks,
23, of Starke was arrested Jan.
11 by Bradford deputies for
three probation violations. He
remained in jail at press time.
James Clinton Rix, 38, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 13'by'
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released Jan. 13.
Victor Daniel Rouse, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 10 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released Jan. 10.
Nubbie Wendell Rowan, 29,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies
for possession of marijuana
and driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $4,000 and he


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Mattew Caleb Singletary,
22, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 14 by Starke
police for possession of drug
equipment. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Ronnie Eugene Smith, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 12 by Clay deputies for
battery and resisting an officer.
Natalee J. Strombeck, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 8 by Clay deputies for DUI.
Cynthia Ann Sutton, 52, of
Keystone heights was arrested
Jan. 10 by -Clay deputies for
retail theft.
Kevin Wayne Sykes, 35, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 14 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Jan.
14.
Tyler Nathen Turner, 23,
Middleburg was arrested Jan. 8
by Bradford deputies for dealing
in stolen property and larceny.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
Remained in jail at press time.
Timmy Walker, 53, of


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Keystone Heights was arrested.
Jan. 9 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license6
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released Jan. 9.
Anthony Maynard Watson,
46, of Starke was arrested Jan..
10 by Bradford deputies for
resisting officer and fleeing and
eluding police. Bond was set at
$30,000 and he was released
Jan. 10.
Willy Laterrence Weaver,
21, of Starke was arrested Jan.
12 by Starke police for dealifig'
in stolen property, larceny,
burglary and failure to appear.
Bond was set at $48,500 and lie ,
remained in jail at press time:
Patty Sue Williams, 36,
Starke was arrested Jan. 11 by"
Starke police for possession of
drugs and larceny. Bond was set
at $30,000 and she remained in
jail at press time.
Matthew Jay Wimberly, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 12 by Clay deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling.


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McDuffie to
be ordained
Jan. 20
Greater Bethlehem Freewill
Baptist Church cordially invites
you to attend the ordination
Service for Minister Micheal
McDuffie on Sunday, Jan. 20, at
3 p.m.
.- The church is located at 505
:. :Chestnut at Ash Street in Starke.

:Fundraisers
-unveiled at
Bradford-
Union Relay
.for Life
--:meeting

: The first organizational
Meeting of the year for the
SBradford-Union Relay for
"'Life was held Jan. 7, with
Mitchell Gunter, the fundraising
,.chairman, and Vicky Tucker, the
'.* online fundraising chairwoman,
: presenting several upcoming
fundraisers.
On Monday, Jan. 28, the
SDowntown Girls team will hold a
bingo night at6 p.m. at Chrissy's
Caf6 in Starke. The cost to play
:is $20 for 10 games. The winners
of the first nine games will win
Prizes, while the winner of the
S106 game wins $100 in cash.
The Murphy's Law fundraising
team will host a bass fishing
ornament on Saturdaya, Mar.lh,
9; in honor of cancer survivor
Stephen Murphy. Boats will
See RELAY, 8B


Ijust want to say a
special thank you to
everyone in the
community who has lent a
helping hand in this my
time of need. Thank you
-for all the loving
donations and those who
showed love by stopping
by. To all of the
firefighters: you did a
great job. Thank You! I
appreciate everyone's
prayers and I thank you
all so very much. May.
God bless you all.
Patricia Johns


George and
Sandy Schwab,
pictured at their
wedding above
and in more
recent times at,
left, will celebrate
their 50th
anniversary on
Friday, Jan. 25.


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celebrate 50th anniversary


George and Sandy Schwab
will be celebrating -their 50"h
wedding anniversary on Friday,
Jan. 25.
George and Sandy were
married in Staten Island,
N.Y., in 1963. They moved to
Keystone.Heights in 1982 and
areboth retired frornthe federal
government. They are the loving
parents of two daughters, Denise
Christian and Virginia Reames
(both of Keystone Heights),


Leverette,
Seabees make
food donation

Navy Seaman Apprentice
Sean T. Leverette, son of Ottis D.
Leverette, of Keystone Heights,
along with Seabees assigned
to Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 11 donated
10 large boxes-of food items
to the Seabee Pantry at Naval
Construction Battalion Center
(NCBC) Gulfport, Miss.
Leverette's battalion had
accumulated approximately 500
pounds of donations, including
items such as canned foods,
boxes of cereal, condiments,
snack foods and many other
food items.


and two sons, George Schwab
and Scott Schwab. They are
also the proud "PopPop &
Gramma" to six granddaughters,
Beth Donovan, Sallina Reames,
Casey Reames, Deanna Davids,
Cristina Christian and Angie
Christian, and to one grandson,
Grant Schwab.
They will be celebrating their
anniversary with their children
and grandchildren.


Located in NCBC's base
chapel, the Seabee Pantry
provides help to military
members and their dependants
to include active duty, reservists
and retirees.
The Seabee Pantry is
dependent on donations like
those from NMCB-11 to
continue to provide food to
service members, retirees
and dependants. Individuals,
organizations and other groups
are encouraged to donate as
well.
NMCB-11 is currently in
'the midst of a homeport cycle
following an eight-month
deployment to Afghanistan
arid is preparing for its next
deployment, set to begin near
the end of the summer next year.
Leverette joined the Navy in
May 2011.


Collin Mings and Rebecca
Lamb

Lamb, Mings
to wed in April

Steven and Penny Lamb
of Gainesville announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Rebecca Marie Lamb, to Collin
Philip Mings, son of Phil and
Sally Mings of Winter Springs,
granddaughter of John and Jane
Riggs of Starke, and Maurice and
Lily Lamb of Macon, Ga.
Rebecca graduated from the
University of Florida. She is
employed as a kindergarten
teacher in Tampa. Collin also
graduated from the University
of Florida. He is employed
at Raymond James in St.
Petersburg.
An April wedding is planned
in Gainesville.


Ada and Drew Reddish


Drew, Ada Reddish to


j celebrate 60 years on Feb. 2


The children of Drew and Ada
Reddish are inviting all friends
and family to celebrate their 60'h
wedding anniversary.


Scarlett McCoy and Lanny
Moore


McCoy, Moore
to wed in June
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McCoy
Jr: of Melrose announce the
engagem fite 6 of tfieir daughter,
Scarlett Elizabeth McCoy,
to Lanny "Trey" Wayne Moore
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lanny
Moore Jr. of Ft. Myers.
The wedding is set for June
15, 2013, at the Thomas Center
in Gainesville.


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Starke Golf and Country Club
on Saturday, Feb. 2, from 6 to 9
p.m. No gifts please.


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SMLK Freedom Dance:
Saturday, Jan. 19, 8 p.m.-12 a.m.
at the RJE Gym
Grades 5 through 12-Admission $5


SMLK Gospel Fest:
.e Sunday, Jan. 20, Beginning at 6 p.m.
N at the RJE Gym


MLK Parade: MLK Ceremony:
Monday, Jan. 21, Line up beside Monday, Jan. 21, Beginning at 11 a.m.
Shands Hospital at 9 a.m. at the RJE Gym
Parade starts at 10 a.m.
MVLK Luncheon:
For more info, call Concerned Monday, Jan. 21, Beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Citizens of Bradford County at (or immediately following the ceremony)
904-964-2298 or 904-263-2313 at the RJE Multi-Purpose Room
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of Starke; and her maternal grand-
parents, Leroy and Shirley Stalvey
of Lake Butler.
Funeral services were held Jan.
12 at Church of God of Lake But-
ler with Pastor Lemuel A. Lane and
Pastor Andrew Stringer officiating.
Burial followed at Dekle Cemetery
in Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.


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Tina Andrews

Tina Andrews
Tina Baker Andrews (Clemons),
51, passed away peacefully at Ha-
ven Hospice in Gainesville on Fri-
day, Jan. 11,2013.
Remembered for her contagious
smile and her sweet, loving per--
Ssonality, Tina will be missed dearly
by her family, friends and all who
i knew her. Born in St. Augustine on
"Atg. 12, 1961, she spent most of
Sher life in Bradford County, where
::she attended Bradford High School
Sand worked for many years as a hair
stylist.
Preceded in death by her father,
Gordon (Jr.) Baker of Gainesville,
she is survived by: her husband,
Joseph Andrews of Starke; her par-
ents, Velma and Dennis (Buddy)
Roark of St. Augustine; her broth-
er, Wayne Baker, and wife, Kim,'
of Keystone Heights; her sister,
Brandi Barrett Johnson, and hus-
band, Andy, of Wauchula; step-sis-
Ster Christy Kotowski; five nieces;
three great-nieces; one nephew; her
Sstep-mother, Patsy Baker; and step-
brother Arvie Dean of Gainesville.
Tina will also be greatly missed by
Sher many aunts, uncles and cousins
who loved her so much.
Tina wag an incredible mother,
whose world revolved around her
children. She leaves behind the
loves of her life, her- two sons,
Colton Wayne Clemons of Starke
; and Richard Lee (R.L.) Clemons
and his wife, Jenny,.of Lawtey. She
is also survived by Ricky Clemons
of Starke, who was not only the
father of her children, but also her
close and cherished friend.
A precious daughter, a wonder-
ful sister and a loving mother, it's
hard to believe that this beautiful,
young woman will no longer be
here to make us smile. We'll no lon-
ger see her face or hear her voice,
ut she will live on in the hearts and
memories of those she left behind.
She may be gone, but'she's not far
away, and she'll e,,yatching over.
us each and every day, waiting for
us to join her in her new home with
our heavenly father (John 3:16).
For those who would like to
join our family in a celebration of
S her life, a memorial service will be
held on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 11 a.m.
at the home of Terry and Annette
Hamilton on Hampton Lake, just
off C.R. 18, 1.3 miles west of Hwy.
301. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made directly to the family
to help with expenses.
PAID OBITUARY

Staci Arvin
LAKE BUTLER-Staci Lynne
- 'Eaves Arvin, 28, of Lake Butler
Died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at her
residence.
She. was -born in Gainesville and
lived all her life in Lake Butler. She
worked in the dialysis department of
t he Reception and Medical Center
of Lake Butler. She was a member
of Trinity Baptist Church of Lake
S Butler. She was preceded in death
by: her father, Raymond Eaves; her
mother, Teresa Hart Collins; her
brother, Justin Eaves; and her ma-
teral grandfather, Homer Hart.
She is survived by: daughter
Anistin Arvin of Lake Butler; sons
Kariten Touchstone of Lake Butler'
and Brody Stephenson of Nica-
S ragua; her fiancee, Josh Shad4 of
Lake Butler; brother Kevin Eaves


Geraldine Bennett


Geraldine
Bennett
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Ger-
aldine Carrie Shaw Bennett, 80,
of Keystone Heights passed away
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at her resi-
dence with family by her side.
She was born on March 28, 1932,
'to the late Frazier Jerry Shaw and
Ida Mae Conner. Geraldine worked
as a homemaker for many years.
She was also an avid Gators fan and
enjoyed her season tickets. She was
preceded in death by: her husband,
Ovid D. Bennett; her son, Randall
O. Bennett; hei brothers, Eugene F.
Shaw and Ralph L. Shaw; her sister,
Shirtey S. Stone; and her grandson,
Randall J. Laliberte.
Geraldine is survived by: her
daughter, Karen (Jerald) Laliberte;
-and her granddaughter, Jennifer A.
Laliberte, both of Keystone Heights.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 1 p.m. at the
Laliberte Residence at 6113 C.R.
352 in Keystone Heights. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests that
donations be made in Geraldine's
name to Community Hospice of
Northeast lorida.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices. com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Robert Beverly
TALLAHASSEE-Mr. Robert
"Bob" Gerald Beverly, 80, a be-
loved husband, father and grandfa-
ther, passed away on Thuisday, Jan.
3, 2013, in Tallahassee.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Simon Beverly and Rissie
Dotson Beverly, four brothers and
eight sisters.
He is survived by his beloved
wife, Patricia Boone (McElroy)
Beverly (former owner of Starke
KOA Campground), three daugh-
ters (along with their husbands and
his grandchildren), Colleen Beverly
Scleel (Billy), Danica, Lindsay and
Cooper of Williston; Kelley Bev-
erly Giddings (Michael) Ivan and
Lane of Gainesville; and Paige Bev-
erly Hiers (Bo); Corner, Cori and
Cash of Williston; two step-sons,
Michael McElroy (Laureen), Lily
and Emma of-Tallahassee; and Stec
phen McElroy, of California, Md.;
and a sister Alberta "Bert" Phipps
(Clate) of Hartwood, Va.; and many
loved nieces and nephews.
Mr. Beverly was born on Oct. 11,
1932, in Clintwood, Va. He served
in the Air Force during the Korean
Conflict. He was a Methodist by
faith. In his wonderful life of 80
years, he was involved in rodeos,
car racing, boxing, scuba diving and
skydiving. He was also a stunt pilbt
and was a Virginia state champion
in archery.


Janet Carmichael

Janet
Carmichael
Janet Carmichael, 64, of Starke
passed away Thursday, Jan. 10,
2013, at the Windsor Manor Nurs-
ing Home in Starke.
She was born on March 22, 1948,
to the late Edward Wettach and
Virginia Sipe Wettach. Janet was a
homemaker for most of her life. She
was a member of the Seventh Day
Adventist Church of Starke after
moving here from Ormond Beach in
2007. She enjoyed doing her cross-
word puzzles, watching sci-fi mov-
ies and cooking in her spare time.
She was preceded in death by: her
loving husband of many years, Gil-
bert Carmichael.
Janet is survived by: her children,
Johnath "Wade'.' (Lori) Carmichael
of Colorado Springs, Colo., Rodney
(Phyllis) Carmichael and Darlene
(Steve) Douglass of Starke; her sis-
ters, Debbie (Phil) Potter, Lonnie
'Yarberry, Pamela (Leo) Rymniak
and Dona (Bob) Hammon; her six
grandchildren; and three great-
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices. com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


MADISON STREET BAPTIST CHURCH


Invites you to an Exciting


"One Day Prophecy Conference"



Sunday, January 20, 2013

Services 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.


Guest Speaker:


Dr. Jerry Vines

Pastor Emeritus

First Baptist Church

Jacksonville, FL


* Starke, Fl 32091


* 904-964-7557


A celebration of Bob's life will
be Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at his
daughter's home. In lieu of flowers,
please make donations to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital, 262
Danny Tlhomas Place, Memphis,
Tenn., 38105. Online donations
may be made at www.stjude.org/
tribute.
PAID OBITUARY

Howard
Bloomer
LAWTEY-Mr. Howard
Bloomer, 67, of Lawtey passed
away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at
his residence.
Mr. Bloomer was born on.April
28, 1945, in San Diego to the late
John Harrington and Thelma Wil-
liams Bloomer. Howard was retired,
and he enjoyed working with com-
puters, painting, drawing and artist
work.
He is survived by: his wife
of over 30 years, Debra Padgett
Bloomer of Lawtey; children Cale
(Amanda) Bloomer of South Caro-
lina, Christopher (Valerie) Bloomer
of Pennsylvania, Lori Ferraro of
Starke and Ashley Bloomer of
Gainesville; brothers Doug Bloom-
er, Dan Bloomer, David Bloomer,
.Harold (Debbie) Bloomer (his
twin), Michael Bloomer, Jimmy
(Lisa) Bloomer and Billy Bloom-
er; grandchildren Cassie Bloomer,
Kendra Bloomer, Hannah Bloomer,
Jake Bloomer, Zackary Tussinger
and Justice Tussinger; mother-in-
law, Adele Starling; sisters-in-law
Linda Duggan, Mary (Jimmy)
Johnson, Nancy Fischer and Cheryl
(Roy) Heine; brothers-in-law Max-
ie (Donna) Padgett and Douglas
(Sherry) Ashley.
Private family memorial services
were held Jan. 11.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Online condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
PAID OBITUARY


Della Dinkla
SJACKSONVILLE-Della Lou-
venia Griffis Dinkla, 77, resident
of Jacksonville, was called home
to be with the Lord on Thursday,
Dec. 13, 2012. She passed away at
North.Florida Regional Hospital of
Gaidesville following a brief illness.
" Dellia Louvenia' Dinkla was
the daughter of Sidney and Net-
tie Griffis and was born March
10, 1935, in Raiford. Della grew
up in Raiford and later moved to
Jacksonville. Della was a wonder-
ful homemaker. She later worked
for Dr. David Bennett and Shands
Hospital. She was a very loving and
devoted wife, mother, grandmother
and great-grandmother. Della lived
for her family.
She is preceded in death by her
husband, William P. Dinkla, after
51 years of marriage. She is sur-
vived by three sons and daughters-
in-law, Gary and Charlene Dinkla
of Gainesville, Patrick and Nicole
Dinkla of Suwannee, Ga., and Bill
and Laura Dinkla of Green Cove
Springs; five grandchildren,. Chris-
tie Dinkla Rambow (Dan Rambow),
Crystal Dinkla Gay (Bobby Gay),
Chloe Dinkla, Luke Dinkla and
Case Dinkla; and two great grand-
children, Isabella Rambow and Lo-
gan Rambow. She is als6 survived
by sister Vivian Breckenridge of
Jacksonville and brother Elery
Griffis of Lake Butler.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at I p.m.
at First Coast Baptist Church, 7587
Blanding Blvd. in Jacksonville.
In lieu of flowers, please make
donations in'her memory to Hos-
pice.
PAID OBITUARY

Willard Durst
LAWTEY-Willard George
Durst Jr., 65, of Lawtey died
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at the VA
Medical Center in Lake City.
He was born on Aug. 15, 1947,
to the late Willard George Durst Sr.
and Mary Lou Wires Durst. Wil-
lard served his country as a member
of the United States Air Force for
many years, He was of the Catholic
faith and was a member of Sacred
Heart Catholic Church in Pomeroy,
Ohio.
He was preceded in-death by: his
grandparents.
Willard is survived by: his wife,
Zita Anrie Shuford-Durst of Law-
tey; his sons, Willard G. Durst
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children, Joey (Becky) Shuford of
High Springs and Amber (Jeremy)
McRae of Starke; his brothers, Wil-
lis and Jan Durst; his sisters, Edith
Brickles and Mary Sue Brauer; and
three grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services in Starke.

Nancy
Garrison
STARKE- Nancy Lou Gar-
rison, 67, of Starke died Tuesday,
Jan. 8, 2013, at her residence with
family by her side.
. She was born in Colquitt, Ga.,
on Dec. 26, 1945, to the late Jessie
Pearson arid-Myrtle Cribbs Pearson.
Nancy worked as a homemaker for
many years.
She was preceded. in death by:
her loving husband, Robert Garri-
son; and her three brothers.
Nancy is survived by her daugh-
ters, Nancy Padgett of Starke, Di-
ann Gay of Moultrie, Ga., and Jes-
sie Maxfield of Cincinnati; her son,
Bryant Griffin of Muncie, Ind.; two
brothers; one sister; 15 grandchil-
dren; and 22 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests that donations be made to
the funeral home to'assist with ex-
penses.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke.

Harry Hazen
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mr;
Harry H. Hazen, 71, of Keystone
Heights passed away following a
lengthy illness on Friday, Jan. 11,
2013,.at Haven Hospice E.T. York
Care Center in Gainesville.
He was born on May 27, 1941,
in Boscobel, Wis., to the late Floyd
and Margie (Rice) Hazen. Mr. Ha-
zen had received his honorable
discharge from United States Air
Force following eight years of ser-
vice. Upon returning to the Key-
stone area, he attended St. Johns
Junior College and the University
of Florida, where he graduated with
a degree in early childhood educa-
tion. He taught at Keystone Heights
Elementary School for three years
before going to General Electric in
Hague. He held many positions in
the battery business under several
different companies at that loca-
tion prior to retirement. He was a
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Heights. Mr. Hazen was also very
talented; he could play music, by
ear on many different instruments,
which led to him becoming a Native
American fluter.
Mr. Hazen is survived by his wife
of 51 years, Linda (Lovorn) Hazen;
and their two children, Deborah Ha-
zen Cluff and her husband, David,
of Crestview and Gerald Alan Ha-
zen and his wife, Tamatha, of Mel-
bourne. Mr. Hazen also leases be-
hind his three loving grandchildren,
Courtney Hazen, Emily Hazen and
Rollin Cluff. He was a beloved hus-
band, father and grandfather who
will be missed by us all.
A memorial service will be held
on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at 2
p.m. in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home chapel. The family has asked
that contributions be made to Haven
Hospice, E.T. York Care Center,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
'in Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Holmes
HAMPTON-Mary Lizzie
Holmes, 85, of Hampton, died on
Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home in Starke.
Born in Graham, 'she moved
from South Florida 15 years ago
to Hampton. She was a member
of Macedonia Missionary Baptist
Church of Hampton. She attended
the local schools of Bradford Coun-
ty. She served as a caregiver and
homemaker.
She is survived by: three broth-
ers, Tedrick Brown of Hamptbn,
Charlie J. Brown of Lawtey and
Dozie Brown of St. Petersburg; and
three sisters, Alma Scott of St. Pe-
tersburg, Maeola Hunt of Lawtey
and Mercedes Coleman of Starke.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Mary
L. Holmes will be held at 11 a.m oj
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at Mace-
donia Missionary Baptist Church in
Hampton with Rev. J.B. Richardson
serving as eulogist. Interment will
be held in Oddfellow Cemetery un-
der the direction of Haile Funeral
Home Inc. of Starke. Visitation will
be held on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at
the Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel.
Family hours are from 3 p.m.-4 p.m.
Friends can visit from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
The cortege will form at the church
at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday.


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Ellen Horton
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Ellen Horton, 92, of Keystone
Heights passed away Jan. 9, 2013,
in Royston, Ga., while residing with
her son.
Mrs. Horton was bor on Feb.
29, 1920, in Platea, Penn., to the
late Norman and Martha (Koletka)
Graham. She spent her childhood in
Pennsylvania and later met Albert
Horton, whom she later married, in
New Jersey. In 1941, they moved
to Miami, where they raised five
children. After her husband retired
in 1982, they moved to Keystone
Heights and became members of
Keystone Heights Christian Church.
She was a devoted wife and a
%Wonderful mother. Her husband of
72 years, Albert Hoiton, had pre-
ceded her in death.
Survivors are: her five children,
Valerie Simpson and her husband,
Norman, of Crescent City, Ellen
Passmore and her husband, Don, of
Lake Como, Arthur Horton and his
wife, Linda, of Livingston, Texas,
Robert Horton and his wife, Diane,
of Royston, Ga., and Albert Horton
and his wife, Debbie, of Edmond,
Okla. Mrs. Horton also leaves be-
hind her 13 grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and five great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Horton
were held on Jan. 12 in the Jones-"
Gallagher Funeral Home chapel
with Rev. Buster Appling officiat-
ing. 'Burial followed at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


to the late Carl Prevatt and Thelma
Brown Prevatt. She worked on her
farm as a homernaker for most of
her life.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Truman Norman; one
granddaughter; one great-grand-
daughter; her sisters, Juanita Harper
of Starke and Gladys Harvey of
Ocoee; and her brother, J.C. Prevatt
Jr. of Steinhatchee.
Evelyn is survived by: sons Rob-
ert "Bobby" (Alma) Norman of
Lawtey and Reginald C. Norman
of Englewood; three grandchildren;
eight great-grandchildren; and eight
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Jan. 11 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services in Starke with Rev. Ron
Kimbrell officiating. Interment fol-
lowed at Lawtey Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services in Starke.


,." n. .Loveta Perone
William Melson Lveero
STARKE-Mr. William Dev- Loveta Perone
on "Billy" Melson, 67, of Starke STARKE-Loveta Perone, 81,
passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, of Starke, died Sunday, .Jan. 13,
at his residence. 2013, at Shands at the University
Mr. Melson was born on June 12, of Florida. She was born on Dec.7,
1945, in Gainesville to the late Wil- 1931, in Black River, Ark., to the
lis Samuel and Reba Boone Melson, late Lenard McDoniel and Ethel Iris
was a lifelong resident of Bradford Inman McDoniel. Loveta retired af-
County and graduated from Brad- ter 18 years as a healthcare worker
ford High. Prior to retirement, Billy with Gentiva. She was preceded in
was a self-employed truck driver death by: her soh, Charles E. Perone
for R&L Leasing. He was a Baptist, Jr.
loved horses and enjoyed roping Loveta is survived by: her sons,
and watching his grandchildren in Robert (Mary Alice) E. Perone and
the-rodeo. David (Kris) E. Perone; and her sev-
He was preceded in death by:'his en grandchildren.
sister Karon Burch in October 2012. Memorial service will be held on
Survivors are: his wife of 46 Thursday, Jan. 17, at 1 p.m. at Ke-
years, Sandra Rivenbark Melson of pler Road Baptist Church in DeLand
Starke; daughter, Belinda Crosby with Pastor Jeff Stading officiating.
and her husband, Rick, of Brooker; Arrangements are under the care
grandchildren Taylor, Cole, Robert and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
and Kristin; and great-grandson, neral Services'in Starke.
Javin.
Graveside funeral services were aiter
held on Jan. 12 at Hawthorne Cem- W alter Quiett
etery with Pastor Charles Starling STARKE-Walter J. Quiett Sr.,
officiating. 6 79, of Starke died Wednesday, Jan.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal- 9, 2013, atHaven Hospice Custead
lager Funeral Home of StK '-M" 'trffe CentW id Orange&Pt*R.
, PAIDOBITiJARY ,.-.-He..was:b6rn October 1933 to
the late Newton and 'Mary Quiett
IM |in Jacksonville. Mr. Quiett was an
ic electrician by trade and owned and
Sancini operated Quiett Mechanical Con-
Manc.. tracting Inc. He also served as a
SKEYSTONE-Mr. Michael Ar- minister for Raiford Holiness Re-
thur Mancini, 67, died suddenly vival Center.
Saturday, an. 12, 2013. He is survived by: his wife of 44
Mr. Mancini was born on ct. years, Juanita Quiett; seven chil-
31, 1945, in Tampa and grew up in dren, Walter Daniel (Pam) Quiett of
Detroit Prior to his retirement, he Melrose, Darlene (Vernon) Turner
was a regional manager for Baxter of Middleburg, Darrell (Linda) Qui-
Health Care. Mr. Mancini was also ett of Middleburg, Philip (Yvonne)
an avid sports fan and enjoyed liv- Quiett of Middleburg, Tommy
ihg on the lake, but most of all he (Ann) Quiett of Jacksonville, Re-
loved the Lord with all his heart. nee' (Jeff) DeAngelo of Jackson-
e was a member of Trinity Baptist ville ad Walter (Tiffanie) Quiett Jr.
Church and his passion was being a of Fle ing Island;-18 grandchildren
Sunday school teacher. and 20 great-grandchildren.
: Mr. Mancini was preceded in Funeral services were held Jan:
death by his father, Arthur Mancini. 11 in the DeWitt C. Jqnes Chapel
: Survivors are: his wife of 37 of Jones-Gallagher Fureral Home.
years, Marsha (Wilder); one son, Burial followed in Crosby Lake
Kevin Michael Mancini and his Cemetery.
f.i A hil emery.


wiUe, AMy;, anU t Uree gran illli-
drdn, Peyton, Griffin and Remi of
Denver. Also surviving are: his
other, Frances (Bartlett) Mancini
of Brandon; siblings Larry Man-
eini and his wife, Janis, of Valrico,
Maria Mancini and Jeff Mancini of
Brandon, and Elizabeth Garcia and
her husband, Jon, of Phoenix.
S A celebration of life for Mr. Man-
cini was held on Jan. 15, at Trinity
Baptist Church with Pastor James
Peoples and Pastor Scott 'Stahland
officiating. Graveside services were'
held at Serenity Meadows Memori'-
al Park in Riverview on Jan. 16 with
Rev. Art Wilder officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family has
requested that contributions please
be made to Trinity Baptist Church,
P.O, Box 1099, Keystone-.Heights,
FL 32656.
SArrangements are under the care
bf Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home.
PAID OBITUARY
Evelyn Norman
: LAWTEY Evelyn Prevatt Nor-
tnan, 90, a lifelong resident of Law-
tey, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at
Shands Starke.
She was born on June 11, 1922,


Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.

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James Roberts

James Roberts
STARKE-Mr. James Byron
Roberts, 50, of Starke passed away
Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at. Shands
Starke suddenly.
Byron was born in Starke and
was a lifelong resident. Prior to
retirement, he worked as a com-
mercial electrical contractor, was a
member of the Local Hall 1205 of
the IBEW and attended First Pres-
byterian Church as a child.
He was preceded in death by: his
parents, Don H. and Jean J. Chitty;
a sister, Terri Roberts-Ford; and a
brother, Kenny Chitty.
Survivors are: daughters Christen
tO'Connell (Michael) of Babylon,
N.Y., Anna Johnson (Jay) of Jack-
sonville and Jessica Wilkerson of
Lawtey; sisters .Kay Padgett (the
late Kenneth) and Marie Melton
(Otis), both of Bradford County,
and Janice Steiner of Panama City;
brothers Tom Brown of Starke and
David Roberts (Robyn) of Altamon-
te Springs and Jerry Chitty (Regina)
of Waterflow, N.M.; four grand-
children; and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Memorial services were held on
Jan. 12 at First Presbyterian Church
in Starke.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Harriet Roy
GLEN ST MARY- Harriet E.
Roy, 61, of Glen St. Mary passed
away Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, at the
Morris Center in. Jacksonville with
family by her side.
She was born on May 24, 1951,
to. Retha Geiger Bennett 'and the
late Lewis Jackson Bennett. Har-
riet retired after 10 years of dedi-
cated service as a prison guard with
New River West Prison. She loved
her family very much and enjoyed
gardening in her spare time. Har-
riet was a very generous person and
was known to never show up empty
handed.
She was preceded in death by:
her father; and her brother, Ricky
Bennett.
Harriet is survived by: her lov-
ing husband of 23 years, William E.
.Roy of Glen St. Mary; her mother,
Retha Geiger Bennett of Starke; her
daughters, Tracy (Daren) Rowan
Mason of Lakeland and Sandi Row-
an Savelson and her fiance, Hamid
Ghandi, both of Jacksonville;. her
brother, Jack (Louella) Bennett of
Keystone Heights; her sister, Joan
Bennett of Starke; her sister-in-law,
Gina Bennett of Starke; and her
three grandchildren, Caleb Mason,


"Home At Last"

Oh happy day when I see His face,
After the sunset, after my race.
My long journey here will soon past,
What I've done for Christ only will last.
Thru valleys low or mountains high,
To all of these I'll bid goodbye.
I'll soon be walking on streets of gold,
So many things will then unfold.
Home at last to riches untold,
Home with my Savior as ages roll.


In Memory of


Lori Lavine Smith and

Randolph Hans Hau


- Henry Hodges
Lawtey, FL


Mikayla Mason and Olivia Savel-
son.
A memorial service will be held
Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at River of
Life Church of God at 7 p.m. with
Rev. Steve Hutcheson officiating.
Donations may be made to Com-
munity Hospice Foundation at 4266
Sunbeam Roat, Jacksonville, FL
32257.'
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie TannerfFu-
neral Services in Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices. com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Iris Smith
GAINESVILLE-Iris Nacol
Smith, 43, of Gainesville, died on
Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012, at Shands
Hospital at the University of Florida
following an extended illness.
Born in Gainesville, and a life-
long native of Starke, she was a
member of the Greater Bethlehem
Freewill Baptist Church. Smith at-
tended the local schools of Bradford
County and completed her A.S de-
gree in business. She was a care-
giver of the community.
She is survived by: her brother,
John Smith Jr. of Gainesville; and
sisters Katrina Smith Brown of
Lawtey and Stephanie Smith of
Gainesville.
..Graveside services will be held
at 12 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 17, at
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey with
Rev. Carolyn Robinson serving as
eulogist.
Arrangements are by Haile Fu-
neral Home.

Alfred Spink
HAWTHORNE-Alfred "Al"
Daniel Spink, 57, of Hawthorne
died at his home on Thursday, Jan.
3,2013.
He was born in Jacksonville on
April 17, 1955, and was retired
fr6m the sign business. He grew up
attending Spring Glen United Meth-
odist Church.
He was preceded in death by: his
father, Alfred Alexander.
He is survived by: his mother,
Lillian G. Bergman; siblings Kathy
Spink (James Kendall) Bondurant,
all of Tupelo, Miss., and Susan
Kelly (Coney Sutherland) of Dallas;
and his longtime girlfriend, Carole
D. Ward, and her family.
A memorial service for Mr.
Spink will be held on Saturday, Jan.
19, 2013, at 11 a.m. in the funeral
home chapel with Pastor Steve Con-
ner officiating. In lieu of flowers the
family had requested that contribu-
tions please be made to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital4 262
Danny Thomas Place, Memphis,
TN 38105.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher' Funeral Home


in Keystone Heights.

JackieThetford
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Jackie
"Jack" D. Thetford, 63, of Keystone
Heights died at his home Monday,
Jan. 14, 2013.
Jack was bor in Tampa on Dec.
16, 1949, to the late Robert and Alta
Thetford, and was raised in the Bap-
tist faith. Prior to retirement, Jack
worked in the shipping and receiv-
ing department of a publishing com-
pany.
He is survived by: his wife of
eight years, Susan Shirley Simpson
of Keystone Heights; a daughter,
Jacqueline Thetford of St. Peters-
burg; and a-brother, Bob Powell of
Tennessee.
There are no scheduled services
at this time.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.

Isaac Turner
FT. LAUDERDALE-Deacon
Isaac J. Turner of Ft. Lauderdale
died on Jan. 8, 2013, at Plantation
General Hospital in Plantation.
A native of Lawtey, he moved to


South Florida at an early age from
Lawtey. He was a member and bap- .
tized at St. John Baptist Church of
Lawtey. He later joined Gospel
Faith Mission of Ft. Lauderdale,.
where he faithfully served as a deq-
con for 10 years. He attended the
local schools of Bradford County,
was a member of the International
Longshoreman Lodge #1526, was
employed with Davis Trucking ard
Pittman Construction, and was the
owner of Turner Landscaping. _
He is survived by: his wife; Diane
B. Turner of Ft. Lauderdale; sisters-
Patricia A. Smith and Marian E.
Puttman King, both of Lawtey, and
Sylvia D. Turner of Avon Park; and
brother, Jerome T. Turner.
Funeral services will be at 11:
a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at
St. John Missionary Baptist Church
in Lawtey. Interment will be held itj
Peetsville Cemetery under the di-
reaction of Haile Funeral Home Inc.
in Starke.'Visitation will be held on.
Friday, Jan. 18, at the Carl D. Haile;
Memorial Chapel. Family hour is 4,
p.m.-5 p.m. Friends may visit from;
5 p.m.-7 p.m. The cortege will form
in Lawtey at the home of his moth-;
er, Mrs. Melvina Green Turner, at"
10:30a.m.

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NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND DRAFT FINDING OF NO
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT
CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF AN ARMY
STANDARDIZED MULTI-PURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE
CAMP BLENDING JOINT TRAINING CENTER
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Description. Interested parties are hereby notified that the Florida
Army National Guard (FLARNG) has prepared an Environmental
Assessment (EA) and draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FNS),
regarding the proposed action described below.
Statutory Authority. This notice is being issued to all interested parties
in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of.;
1969, the Council on Environmental Quality regulations for implementing
the procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (40
CFR 1500-1508), and the Environmental Analysis of Army Actions (32
CFR 651).
Proposed Action. The FLARNG is proposing to construct and operate
a new ARMY Standardized Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range (MPMG)
at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC), Clay County, Florida.
The proposed range would encompass approximately 190 acres of the
73,000-acre CBJTC installation, and is necessary due to deficiencies in :
existing FLARNG live-fire ranges at CBJTC, and throughout the State of
Florida. The proposed range project is scheduled to be implemented in
FY 2015. If the MPMG Range project is not implemented within three.
years, the FLARNG, in concert with ARNG-ILE, will review the EA and
determine whether any portion of the environmental analysis therein will
need to be updated.
Public Review. The EA and draft FNSI will undergo a 30-day public
comment period from 21 January 2013 through 21 February 2013, in
accordance with 32 CFR Part 651.14, Environmental Analysis of Army
Actions. During this period the public may submit comments on the EA
and the draft FNSI. The EA and draft FNSI can be accessed at the:
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Paper copies of the EA and draft FNSI can also be accessed at the:
following physical location: Clay County Public Library, 175 Oriole'
Street, Keystone Heights, FL 32656, (352) 473-4286.
Comments. Comments on the EA and Draft FNSI should be submitted.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


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T n Cs For additional informa-
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INDEX 44
*40 Notice 57 Fc-Sale Homes For Sale
.41 Vehicles.Accessories 58 Building Materials o e o e
42.Motor Vehicles 59 Personal Services HOUSE FOR SALE in
43 RV's & Campers 60 Secretarial Services Lake Butler off CR.
44 Boats 61 Scriptures 796.3/2 built in 2005 on
45 Land for Sale 62 Vacation/Travel 1 acre. Wood Laminate
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47 Commercial Property' 64 Business Opportunity loors& granite coun;
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.48 Homes for Sale 66 Investment Opportunity for more info or to see.
4Mobile Homes for Sale 67 Hunting Land for Rent Must be pre-approved by
50 For Rent 68 CarpetCleaning lender prior to showing.
41 Lost/Found 69 Food Supplements $134,000, call 904-626-
.52 Animals& Pets 70 SelfStorage $134,000, call 904-626-
'53 Yard Sales 72 Sporting Goods 1193.
..4 Keystone Yard Sales 73 Farm Equipinent 49
,5 Wanted 74 Computers & Computer
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modeled with new appli-
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prior to that Thursday's mo.Edwards Road office WAYNE FRIER MAC-
publication. Minimum space 900 sq. ft. -$6001 CLENNY Factory Out-
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the Federal Fair Housing RETAIL SPACE in busy set up w/AC. Call 904-
Act of 1968 which makes "strip center, 1,000 sq.ft. 259-4663. Waynefrier-
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preference, limitation or South HWY 301 front- REMODELED 3&4 Bed-
discrlmlnation based on age, across from the room doublewide's
race, color, religion, sex KOA Campground. Call with land. Ready to
6r national origin, or an 352-235-1675. iMove In. $3,500 down/
Intention to make any FOR RENT office building $49 month. Call904-
such preference, limita- good location downtown 259-4663.. Waynefrier-
tlon or discrimination." Starke. Large enough for macclenny.com.
Familial status includes 5 to 6 Individual offices. 2013 16x76 3 Bedroom.
Children under the age Call 904-364-9022. $35,900, set up w/AC,
of 18 living with parents FOR SALE, downtown of- Call 904-259-4663.
r01 legal custodians, fice building. Downstairs NEW 2013 28x48- 3/2 Ja-
pregnant women and office space for 5+6 %cobsen, $35,400 dellv-
people securing custody person office., Upstairs ered only. Or $39,995
o. children,,,under,.,AB,,,ffice nic lly.,done. Thla ..... sdeloWeaand. set up,
,j.nsae saper wlltot _is..one ofthenicestJuJJd- .. big roms. North-.Pointe..
iowlngly:-accept -any -ing's downtown." Sle f 1M 3rffle- 54" NW 13th
advertising for real es- $129,000, cash or terms. St. Gainesville, 352-872-
%tCte which is in violation Call 904-364-9022. 5566.
I the law. Our readers
ate hereby informed that
~11 dwellings advertised
thiss newspaper are
allable on an equal I I ijI
mpportuhity basis. To
: mplain of discrimina-i
'ion, call HUD toll-free at A
~.800-669-9777, the toll- I11l
lr the hearing impaired I r dll W orks
S1-800-927-9275. For Alachua/Bradford a .ACommunity Partnership
further information call
-orida Commission on AUn TraVisl
human Relations, Lisa
;quthedand 850-488-
2ext105. 04-964-8092

;and For Sale www.FloridaWorksOnline.com
2p 1- ACRES of mixed
asture land and
,'oods.-Small creek on 1\
,e property and partial- -- (1
fenced. Great home
As of Dec. 51, 2012
Southem Villas of I I
SStarke Apts. Durrance Pump & _
$199 Supply, Inc.
veO-ai Special has closed after 48 years
2 BR HC & non-HC of ervin our oyal
rtments. Central ad of serving our loyal'
eat, on-site laundry, customers. We
groundn, private and
et atmosphere. ocated appreciate you and thank
SR-16, 1001 you for your business.
-964-7295. TDD/TTY Please call 904-964-7578.
"This institution is an I1
|ual opportunity provider -
g employer. ,


Set Right Mobile Homes
'Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner 904-64
Email: setrighthomes@yahoo.com 94-34-

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2006 16x80- 3/2 $25,400-
-----2007 32x44 3/2
$33,500-----both homes
include delivery to your
land. Several repo's
coming in the next 10
days. Call North Pointe
Super Center for details
352-872-5566.
NEWLY RENOVATED
Triple wide, on one acre.
New well, carpet, metal
roof, vinyl siding, large
wooden deck. Owner
financing. Call Bill 352-
,745-0094. Must See.
3.5 ACRES, 3BR/2BA.
1680 square ft. manu-
factured home in McRae.
Clean, full appliances.
$5,000 down +-$800 with
taxes and insurance. Call
Jim 352-73-6994, eve-
nings.
$99 DOWN VA LOANS. 3
or 4 bedrooms oni your
land or ours. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
ONLY 4 LEFT. 3/BR. 1350
sq.ft. to 4 BR. 3 living
rooms @ 2,254 sq. ft.
Clearance prices, thou-
sands $$$$ less than
ordered. Models not
base homes. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
WRONG CABINETS,
last year colors. 3BR.
32 wide w/9ft. ceilings,
island kitchen w/appli-
ances. 10% down, $318/
mo. W.A.C. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
TAX REFUND=NEW
HOME. File today and
live in your new home
before April. Your land
or ours. Financing for all.
13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
'THE ULTIMATE' 2017
sq.ft. 3BR./2BA. w/hid-
den pantry, parents re-
treat, appliance pkg. w/
microwave, 9ft. ceilings,
fireplace, $10% down
$473/mo. W.A.C. 13th
Street Homes, 386-418-
0424.
WE FINANCE, LITTLE OR
NO CREDIT. 575 credit
scores w/10% down or
less than 575 w/equity?
We owner finance New
2,3,4 even 5 Bedroom
homes. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
NEW YEAR, NEW HOME
4BR/3BA, 3 living ar-
-eas, "Big Foot" w/ "Gator
Room. 2254 sq. ft. w/hid-
den pantry, Island kitch-
en, 9th. ceilings, 10%
down, $485/mo. W.A.C.
13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
WANT A NEW 'HOME?
We finance- good, little
or no credit. (own land
$0 down). Home only or
land & home, we even
"Rent to own".13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
$485 per month. (4BR.)
2 living area's. Tape &
texture home. Island


kitchen, appliance pkg.
Roman bath in master,
2136 sq. ft. "TITAN" at
10% down W.A.C. 13th
Street Homes, 386-418-
0424.
BRING YOUR OWN TI-
TLE.......... I need your
trades. Guaranteed top
dollar. Bring your best
deal we've be better.
S13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
USED SINGLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA. $1,000
DOWN, $199/MO. Call
904-783-4619.
USED DOUBLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA. $1,500
DOWN, $250/MO. Call
904-783-4619.
USED 16x80, only $6,500.
Will move free 904-783-
4619.
32x80 Palm Harbor,
4BR/2BA, only $475/mo.
904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED.
3BR/2BA. Will move for
free. Only $325/mo. 904-
783-4619.
50
For Rent
KEYSTONE, CLEAN
2BR/1BA SWMH/ with
addition. 1 acre fenced,
paved road. $525/mo.
first, last, sec. 352-475-
3094 or 352-235-1143.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom,
MH, clean, close to pris-'
on. Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/
for rent Lake Butler.
Starke/Home for rent
,deposit required. Call
678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT. on lake. For infor-
mation .call 352-473-
7769. Senior citizen dis-
count.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Island kitchen,
granite counters, tile
floors, gas fireplace, Ja-
cuzzi tub. 2 car garage
east of Keystone, with
lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1050/
mo. $1,050/dep. Call
Dave @352-473-3560.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, Accepting appli-
cations for HC and non-
HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer." 1005 SW 6th
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY'711.Call 386-
496-3141..


DOUGLASS LAWN CARE
Lawn Cuts 4 Morel
SNo/'ob too sinal...g/ve me a ca///
Quality tawn Care at a Great Pricel


Johnathan Douglas L





Now Accepting

Applications
1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
T hs. Handicapped Accessible
This nstuto is an Equa Oppornity
.,J P provider, and E=mployer, oPOS'00"


Waldo Villas

Move-In

Special

2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 809-955-9771


2BR/2 FULL BATH DW MH,
partly furnished, total re-
furbished, nestled in the
wood on Santa Fe River,
Worthington Springs.
Very private, service ani-
mals only, $650/month.
Call 386-496-2030.
2BR. Upstairs apartment,
downtown Starke. $450/
mo plus deposit, etc
Cal 904-364-9022.
STARKE AVAILABLE
2/1/13. 3BR/2BA, CH/A,
OWMH, off 230 across
from country club. New
beige carpet, tile floors,
mini blinds. Eat in kitch-
en, double oven, appli-
ances. No smoking, ser-
vice animals only, job ref-
erences required. $700/
mo. plus $700 security.
904-662-3735, if no an-
swer leave message.
3BR/2BA HOUSE in coun-
try club of Keystone
Heights. Washer/dryer
hook-up, stove, refrigera-
tor, dishwasher. 455 S.E.
44th Street. $695/mo.
plus $600 deposit. Call
352-226-9220 or 352-
475-5533.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake
Butler out towards Lulu.
$600 security, $600 rent,
no smoking, service ani-
mals only. Call 904-364-
6944.
3BR/2BA Double wide.
fenced yard, big kitchen.
BetweenLake Butler and
Starke. $300 deposit,
$750/mo. Call 904-263-
3999 or 904-305-8287.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Ser-
vice animals only. Call
352-473-0464.
3BR/2BA. Doublewide,
CHIA 650 SW. Orange
Ave. Keystone Heights,
3 blocks from school.
$700/mo. 1st, last, plus
$450 security. 352-468-
2441 or 904-626-2524
ask for Robert.
HOUSE on Lake Geneva.
2B/1BA, CH/A, $600/mo.
$500 deposit. Call 904-
955-8262.
MOBILE HOME 2BR/1BA
in Ralford, near prison.
Service animals only.
$425/mo. plus $300 de-
posit. Call 904-964-8025.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a ga-
rage, nice neighborhood,
1011B. West Pratt St.
$725/mo. plus deposit.
Call 904-964-8073 to
apply.


SWMH 3BR/2BA, in quire
neighbor. Fenced on 1
acre. $550/mo. Call 904-
697-6979, leave mes-
sage,
2BR/1BA SW 1 acre, in
country. $450/mo. $500
deposit, no lease. Pets
welcome. Call 904-769-
9559.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
358-1114.
3BR/1BA HOUSE $575/
mo. $575, security. Ser-
vice animals only, or 2
BR/1BA. SW. for 1 2
people, $550/mo. $550
security. Service animals
only. Call 630-90t-5949.
14 x 66 MH on 1 acre lot
just outside Starke city
limits, $550 per month,
senior discount. 1 or 2
persons preferred. Call
904-964-8218.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT.
in Melrose. $600/mo.
Includes utilities, plus
deposit Service animals
only, no smoking. 352-
475-3486.
2BR/1BA. CH/A washer/
dryer, dishwasher. $5501
mo. $300 deposit. Call
386-523-5091.
2BR/1BA SW on Griffis,
Loop, service.. animals
only, CH/A, $425 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA DWMH on SE.
109th St. Starke. CH/A.
porch, service animals
only. $525/mo. plus de-
posit. Call 352-284-3310.
52
Animals and
Pets
WE BUY farm animals. Call
904-838-8069 or 904-
591-4191.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY yard
sale. Sat. 9am.-3pm. on
Geiger Road. Clothes.
from children to adult, all
sizes, books, furniture,
electronic, and much
more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
LARGE MULTI-FAMILY
yard sale. Fri. Sat 9am.-
3pm. 7668 Kings Can-
yon Road, Keystone.
55


IwJ SERVI.ce


*Land Clearing Demolition
*Ponds *Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones .Fill Dirt
*Road Building. Owner merock
Driveways nr Washout
*Heavy Brush 'Site Prep
Mowing Licensed *Fire Line
& Insured Plowing

MCIOfiC:I 3 WteH 5Cll3H6464 4733
i16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091


HUGE GENERAL

MERCHANDISE AUCTION
FRI. JAN. 18, 2013 at 6:30 P.M.
4939 SW SR-121 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS, FL 32097. LISTING: 2-
DOOR REF. ELECTRIC RANGE.
LOTS OF CORNING, RUGS, DISHES,
i LINENS, GLASSWARE, TOOLS,
GAMES, CDs, DVDs, POTS & PANS,
PRINTS, COOKBOOKS, LAMPS, TOO
MUCH TO LIST! See auctionzip.com
for details. Auctioneer ID#16695.
STEVE WILSON ATJCTIONEERS
AB 809 AU 1159
10 %BP Steve or Corey 352-316-0806 or
352-317-0072. CONCESSIONS.


Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars'
$300 & up. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
IN HOME CHILD CARE,
needed. 3days/week,
6am.-9pm. 2 kids. Key-
stone Heights area. Ref-
erences needed. Call
904-614-6632.
NEED TREE PRUNER'S,
only. Middleburg,
Gainesville, Starke. Call
Robert 904-964-7953.
57
For Sale
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 power
chair, new wheels, new
batteries, new hand con-
trols. Good condition,
$1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Har-
ma Power lift for $599.
352-468-2877.
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must seelll paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
CRAFTSMAN Rotary lawn
mower. 6.5 horsepower,
22 side discharge. Runs
good. $125.00 Call 352-
468-2860.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood &'sills. Lev-
eling & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
MH & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
HOME DAYCARE all hours.
Great rates, $70 for one


child $95 for two. 30 plus
years experience, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062.
65
Help Wanted
PARKSIDE ALF, is hiring
caregivers, Apply in per-
son, Church St. Stake,
Fl.,
BUS DRIVER, Bradford
County. Bondable, able
to obtain valid Florida
Class D. driver's license.
No traffic violations,
mandatory level II back-
ground screening. Pro-
spective applicant will
be responsible for the
screening fee of $58.50.
Apply at Suwannee.
River Economic Council,
Inc. 104-4 L.M. Gaines
Blvd. Starke, FI 32091'
386-362-4115- Voice/
rDD. Equal Opportunity
Employer. Persons with
disabilities are encour-
aged to apply for em-
ploy'nent. should special
accommodations be.
necessary, please call
386-362-4115-Voice/
TDDDeadline January
16,2013 12pm.
CAREGIVER/CNA and/.
or 2 years experience.
working with elderly or
disabled clients. 2/3 days
per week. Sunrise Home
Care Services, 352-468-
2619.
BAYLESS HWY. BAPTIST.
CHURCH, is seeking a
part-time worship leader.
Please send resume and '
cover letter to 11798
NW. CR. 225 Starke, Fl.
32091 or info@baylessh-
wybaptist.com
EXPERIENCE GRAPHIC
Arts designer. Experi-
ence preferred. Work.-
experience or degree-
accepted. 16 plus hours
per week. Competitive :
wages. Send resume to
Mary Johnson PO Draw-
er A. Starke, Fl. 32091 or
e-mail classads@bctele-
graph.com


Episcopal
Children's Services
is hiring a Full-time Lead Teacher
at our Head Start Center in Lake
Butler. AA or BA degree in Early
Childhood Education is required.
$14/hr with benefits
Fax or email resume to #726-1520
or jjefferys@ecs4kids.org


EPISCOPAL
CHILDREN'S
SERVICES
PROVIDING A FOUNDATION OF
EARLY EDUCATION FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.


Wiping our Families, Friends & Neighbors

Congratulations to

Becky Carter and Judie Palmer
On earning their
Certified Distressed
Property Expert*
(CDPE) Designation,
they have learned how.
to help homeowners
facing financial

understanding heir
individual circumstances
and how to navigate
foreclosure alternatives, Jude Palmer
cky Carter including short ales. JudiePalmer
.B Isaac Realty C.B. Isaac Realty
ler.Aueodlt Rtor Ruit or
52) 2134200 (352) 235-2697
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For Sale
LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SET, NEW,
never used--$975.
CHERRY BEDROOM
SET, Solid Wood, new
in factory boxes-$895.
Orig. price $6500 Can
Deliver. Bill (813)298-
0221.

Help Wanted
Driver $0.03 quarterly
bonus, plus $0.01
increase per mile after
6 and 12 months. Daily
or
Weekly pay. COL-A, 3
months current exp.
800-4 14-9569
www.driveknight.com.
Apply Now, 12 Drivers
Needed. Top 5% Pay &


Late Model Equip.
Plus Benefits, New
Equip & 401K. Need
CDL Class A Driving
Exp. 877-258-8782,
www.ad-drivers.com.
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
Learn to drive for
Schneider National!
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No experience needed!
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Job ready in 15 days!

Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for
hands on :Aviation
Maintenance. Career.
FAA approved
program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing


Out of Area Classifieds


available CALL
Aviation Institute of
Maintenance 866-314-
3769.
AIRLINE CAREERS -
Become an Aviation
Maintenance Tech.
FAA approved training.
Financial aid if
qualified Housing
available. Job
placement assistance.
CALL Aviation
Institute of
Maintenance 866-314-
3769.
NURSING CAREERS
begin here Train in
months, not years.
Financial aid if
qualified. Housing
available. Job


Placement assistance.
Call Centura Institute
Orlando
(877) 206-6559.
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from Home.
*Medical, *Business,
*Criminal Justice, *
Hospitality. Job
placement assistance.
Computer available.
Financial Aid if
qualified. SCHEV
authorized. Call 800-
443-5186
www.CenturaOnline.c
om.
M E DI C A L
CAREERS begin here
- Train ONLINE for
Allied Health and
Medical Management.


Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial
Aid if qualified.
SCHEV authorized.
Call 888-203-3179
www.CenturaOnline.c
dm.
OTR Driv&rs Wanted,
Drivers Class A
Flatbed, HOME
EVERY WEEKEND!
Pay 370/mi, Both
ways, FULL
BENEFITS. Requires
I year OTR Flatbed
experience. 800-572-
5489 x227, SunBelt
Tr a n s p o't
Jacksonville, FL.
TIRED OF LIVING
PAYCHECK TO


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as a Professional
Truck Driverl The
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Truck Driver earns
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NFCC/Roadmaster!
Approved for Veterans
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TODAY! (866)467-
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Real Estate/ Land
for Sale
20 ACRES FREE!
Own 60 acres for 40
acre price/payme;t. SO
Down,, $168/mo.
Money Back
Guarantee, NO


CREDIT CHECKS.
Beautiful Views,
West Texas. 1-800-
843-7537
www.sunsetranches
.com.
Schools &
Instruction
"Can You Dig It?"
Heavy Equipment
School. 3wk
Training Program.
B a c kh o e s,
Bu Ildozers,
Excavators. Local
Job Placement Asst.
VA Benefits
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BIG ON-SITE ANTIQUE &

PRIMITIVE AUCTION

Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013 at 10 a.m.
315C, 4919 Panther Trail, Keystone Hgts., FL
32656. From light in-Keystone, go north on S.R.
21, approx. 9.5 miles, turn right on 315C, go
approx. 3.3 miles, see signs. This auction has
hundreds of antiques & primitives. See our Web
site for listings and photos: auctionzip.com.
Bring your chair and packing items. FOOD and
SODA available. Cash, Check, Visa,
Mastercard, Debit. 12% Buyers Premium, plus
tax. 2% BP Discount with cash or check.
KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
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BOLIN
Continued from 2B

Often, this involves recognizing
and obtaining information about
mental health symptoms that
may have been present over the
client's lifetime so the defense
team can inform the jury of
the factors that shaped and
influenced the client's behavior
and functioning.
Bolin believes the material
she uncovers can lead to
understanding the conditions
that led to the criminal behavior.
Many of her clients cannot
explain how they could have
committed the criminal acts of
.which they have been convicted.
For them-and sometimes for
.their victims-Bolin's work
can bring a sense of closure and
some level of acceptance.
In one case, Bolin's work
led to the recovery of Ife-
victim's body. The defendant,
Anton Meyers, was convicted
of murdering a 14-year-old
girl, even though her body had
not been recovered. After the
sentencing, Meyers initially
told Bolin he was innocent. She..
told him she could not help him
unless he was willing to tell her
the truth. Later, he handed her a
piece of paper on which he had
drawn a map of the location of
the child's remains. They were
later recovered; the family
was able to have a burial and
Meyers's death sentence was
reduced to 25 years to life.
Although Bolin is unequivocal
in her opposition to the death:
penalty, she says she is not soft
on crime.
"I agree that crime should be
punished," she said. "Life in
prison is punishment. Death-a
life for a life--is vengence.
"Death never really
accomplishes anything; it
provides no closure," Bolin
says. She maintains that the
survivors are left with no answer
to the question, "Why?"
%Bolin points out that the death
sentence is never required in any
criminal case-it,is up to the
jury's' discretion, although the
judge has the power to o' errule
a jury's recommendation of life
in prison in certain limited cases.
"If death is never required,
why do we have it?" asks
Bolin. She says studies have
demonstrated the death penalty
is not a deterrent to crime.
Noting the state's legal costs
in a death penalty case average
$21 million versus $700,000 in
non-death penalty cases, Bolin
says the money could-be much
better spent on efforts to divert
at-risk kids from a life of crime.
"We all have choices," says
Bolin, noting that many people
don't have the resources to
make proper choices due to a
variety of causes, such as low
. mental' capacity or repeated
exposure to abuse. "[If] there is
no intervention to get a child out
of that environment, he is totally
desensitized to violence."
Bolin points out that such a
child has no choice about his
exposure to drug deals, gunfire


RELAY
Continued from 4B

launch at the Little Lake Santa
Fe boat ramp at safe light, with
the weigh-in beginning at. 3 p.m.
The entry fee is $70 with
the option of entering the big
fish pot for an additional $10.
A minimum prize of $750 is
guaranteed for first place. There
will also be a 50-50 drawing,
other prize drawings and food.
For more information, please
call Brook Morrell at 719-491-
8476.
Team Walgreens is currently
selling Vera Bradley card wallets
for $5 as well as tickets to'enter
a drawing for a black and pink
HOPE purse. Purse tickets are
$2 each.
The Linda Lee Family and
Friends team is selling tickets
for a chance drawing, where the
prize is half of the pot. You can
purchase one ticket for $1 or
seven for $5. The drawing will
take place at this year's Relay
for Life, which is scheduled for
April 13 at the Bradford High
School track.
A drawing for several pieces
of jewelry is being held by the
Altrusa team.Tickets are $5 each,


or five may be purchased for
$20. Tickets may be purchased
from any Altrusa member or at
A&G Gifts.
The Jan. 7 organizational
meeting also featured Dimple
Overstreet, the event chairman,
announcing this year's Relay
theme: Slug Out Cancer.
Linda Lee, the, team
development chairwoman,
.handed out awards to two teams
that have already been working
hard in raising money-the
Downtown Girls team received
a Bronze Star award, while a
Silver Star award went,to Union
Correctional Institution.


in the neighborhood or poverty.
Often there is no one to see that
he or she gets to school.
In addition to working as a
mitigation specialist, Bolin also
works on exoneration projects.
Six of her clients have_ been
cleared and released, although
one later returrfed to prison.
Client tributes to Bolin include
the drawings and paintings she
proudly displays in her home.
A stack of Christmas cards from
grateful inmates sits on her desk.
Perhaps the most controversial
aspect of Bolin's involvement
with the criminal justice system
is her 1996 marriage to Oscar
Ray Bolin, h horn she met when,
he was already on Death Row,
convicted of the brutal rapes and
murders of three young women.
"It is what it is," she says,
noting that she is still doing
everything she can to exonerate


her husband. "It should not
overshadow what I do. I am not
defined by a husband."
Understandably, Bolin's work
sometimes results in negative
press, and that can be painful.
"People think you are crazy,
but who are these people?
Everybody' who knows me
knows where my heart is, so why
would I care about people who
don't know me? If they know
me, they defend me constantly,"
Bolin said.
That's probably because they
can see how much Bolin cares.
"One attorney said I cared
too much, not in a nice way,
implying that I shouldn't care so
much about people," she said. "I
said thank you. I don't think you
can care too much about anyone.
If someone had cared, they
wouldn't be there [on Death
Row] in the first place."


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proudly shows
off some of the
artwork clients
have presented
to her. She also
has a stack of
Christmas cards
from inmates
grateful for the
work she's done.


Bolin was raised Catholic and
attended a Catholic school.
"My mother wanted me to be
a nun," she says.
As a result of those influences,
she is a spiritual person who
prays constantly for the judges,
prosecutors, defendants and
victims in her cases.
"I pray a lot for God to enter
the person of- each and every
one in the courtroom, especially
the jurors, who have a heavy
responsibility," she'says.
When the pressure of her
work piles up, Bolin finds solace-
in the peaceful view from her
kitchen window.
"I handle it one case at a
time," she said. "I have no
regrets. My clients can say I was
one person that cared. That can
be my legacy. I was that caring
in the process, in a process that's
pretty sterile and cold."


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f Lady Indians defeat Bradford, move on in tournament


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Madison Colaw scored three
goals, while Hannah Crane
scored two in the Keystone
Heights girls' soccer team's
9-0 win over. Bradford in the
quarterfinals of the District 5-2A
tournament on Jan. 14 at Santa


Fe High School in Alachua.
The Indians, the tournament's
* top seed, scored all nine goals in
the first half to enforce the mercy
rule and move on to a semifinal
matchup with Interlachen on
Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 5 p.m.
Interlachen defeated Newberry
to advance.


Crane scored the first goal on
a header -approximately seven'
minutes into the match on an
assist from Anjalena Bealsey.
Keystone misfired on several
opportunities over the next 10
minutes, while Bradford goalie
Kristie Yates stopped a close-
range shot by Colaw.


The Indians hit their stride,
though, scoring six goals in
a 10-minute span. Raychel
Trimble and Morgan Gibbs
each scored a goal, with Colaw
assisting on Gibbs' goal. Colaw
then scored two straight, both
off of assists from Beasley.
Crane scored off of a Rachel


Lee assist before Colaw added
another goal off of an assist
from Trimble to put the Indians
up 7-0.
Caitlin Cumbus scored in
the 31st minute off of another
assist by Trimble. Cumbus then
See DISTRICT, 3C


Anjalena Beasley pushes
the ball upfield for
Keystone.


Keystone boys
end short
skid with 2
straight wins

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Logan Stanley recorded five
assists, while Cory Hedding and
Zac Holman combined for seven .
goals for the Ke ,stone Heights
bo\s' soccer leam in %ins over
Clay and Oakleaf.
The Indians 16-3-21 suffered
3-1 'and 1-0 losses to .Crescent
Cit\ and Eastside, respectii el],
but', bounced .back with two
straight wins, beginning with a
5-0 win over Clay on Jan. 11 in
Green Cove Springs.
Hedding and Holman scored
all but one of the goals in the win
o\er the Blue De\ils. Hedding
scored in the 12" minute off of
an assist from Stanley, while
Holman followed with a goal
in the 23rd minute. ,Holrdan
then .~cored appro\imaiel\ nine
minutes into the second hall olt
of an assist from Stanley, while
Hedding added his second goal
in the 58th minute off of a Nacho
Grimaldo assist.
Grimaldo added the last
goal on an assist from Wyatt
Graziano.
On Jan. 14, Keystone hosted
Oakleaf, getting three assists
from Stanley in a 7-1 win.
Stanley's first assist came on
a goal by Hedding in the fourth
minute. Holman then scored an
unassisted goal in the 25t' minute.
Stanley scored on a Hedding
assist in the 381h minute. The two
players then reversed roles for a
goal in the 53rd minute.
Graziano and Brandon Hannah
scored the final two goals, with
Graziano getting an assist on
Hannah's score.
The Indians host West Nassau
on. Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m.
before capping the regular
season on Friday, Jan. 18, with
a 6:30 p.m. home match against
Bartram Trail.

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2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR C SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013


Bradford hosts another successful Special Olympics event


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It felt like a day of "major
chaos," according to Kim
Paige, but Paige and the rest of
the Bradford County Special
Olympics management team
successfully pulled off an Area 4
Basketball Games event for the
second straight year as Special
Olypmpics continues to establish
a strong foothold in the county.
Athletes from Alachua,
Columbia, Hamilton and Marion
counties joined Bradford
athletes in 5-on-5, 3-on-3,
'team-skills and individual-skills
competitions. Four Bradford
teams will move on to the
Feb. 22-23 state competition in
Gaihesville.
This marks the second year of
a resurrected Special Olympics
program in Bradford County,
thanks' to the efforts of ESE
teachers. Though a newcomer
last year, Bradford was selected
to host the Area 4 Basketball
Games, which meant the county
would host the event for two
straight years.
Despite moments where
Bradford management team
members may have felt like
they were overwhelmed, they
received compliments from


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"It makes you feel good .'
because we put every effort into
making it successful," Paige IGHT: L
RIGHT: Leroyal
Sf sad Stoutamire
Two of Bradford's team-skills (right) of the
teams will advance to state. Bradford
The Bradford Middle School High School
Hurricanes, consisting of Navea Tornado Tides
Hall, Curtis Knights, Nicholas 3-on-3 team
Lamoree, Tyler Williams and works to score
Ellis Woods, lost 92-86 to the down low. '
Columbia RMS Wolves, but 'BELOW: Travis
will advance because it was Curtner, also a
an exhibition competition. member of the
The Bradford High School Tides, shakes
Twisters, consisting of Chris hands with the
Chancey, Destiny Collins, opposing team
Keary Mathews, Julia Murray members after
and Ashley Spitzer, defeated the a 3-on-3 game.
Columbia Tiger Cubs by scores
of 92-82 and 95-90.
Also advancing to state are
two of Bradford's 3-on-3 teams.
The Bradford High School
.Tornado Heat, consisting of
Nicholas Hernandez, Andy
Martinez, Valeido Vassel and
SAnthony Watson, defeated the -
Alachua Arc Thunder 20-4,
while the BHS Tornado.Tides
team, consisting of Bruce
Carlton, Travis Curtner, Rashay
Miller-Hampton and Leroyal
Stoutamire, defeated the
.Alachua Arc. Hornets 20-2 and
Alachua Arc Florida 20-0.
The BHS Tornado Crimson
team-skills team, consisting of
Marissa Allen, Daniel Baldwin,
Brittany Castillo, Alicia
Hamilton and Kaleb Patterson, students who play on various
will not advance, to 'state, athletic teams.
but have one win against the "They get so proud that they
Hamilton Warriors by a score kind of have their own thing,"
df 91-88 as well as an 83-83 tie Davis said of the Special
against the Alachua Arc Gators. Olympics athletes, adding,
-Months before the event, "They share that experience
Bradford's athletes were excited. with the regular-ed kids."
Members of the Bradford
Special Olympics management Members of the Bradford
team member Hope Davis said High School boys' basketball
the event and the chance to team, as well as other high
participate in a sport gives the school students, worked as
students some common ground volunteers at the Area 4 event.
with the regular-education Managements team member
Jaime Lyn Register said it was
impressive to not only see that
kind of support, but to see the
regular-education students take
to Twitter and post positive
comments about the Special
Olympics athletes.
"It encouraged me to know
they're taking pride in them,"
Register said.
Davis said the reformation of
Special Olympics in Bradford
County has a positive impact on
both Bradford Middle School
and Biadford High School
campuses-an impact that goes
way beyond athletics. Through
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THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR C SECTION '3C


Long shots
fall for Tigers

in 65-38
district win.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Shaimea Maeweather got the
Union County boys' basketball
team off to a fast start, knocking
down five 3-pointers in the
first quarter as the Tigers rolled
to .a 65-38 win over visiting
Newberry on Jan. 10 to improve
to 6-0 in District 7-1A.
The Tigers (11-6. overall)
shot 14 3-pointers in all, with
Maeweather, connecting on
seven and finishing with a game-
high 28 points.
Union opened the game with
two straight 3-pointers-one by
Maeweather and one by Carl
Alexander. Maeweather then
hit a jump shot inside the arc
following a steal by Geordyn
Green to put the Tigers up 8-0.
The- Tigers scored 11 of the
first 13 points, but the teams
eventually began trading
baskets. However, for many of
Newberry's 2-point field goals,
Maeweather was answering with ,
3-point shots. Maeweather's
fifth trey of the quarter put
Union up 22-10.
Though the Tigers -did not
score a lot of points at the start of
the second quarter, it was a good
stretch for them nonetheless.
Newberry had three .straight
one-and-done possessions,
with Alexander grabbing one
defensive rebound and Princeton
'Alexander grabbing two. The
Panthers .then committed three
straight turnovers, two of which
were steals by Prince Alexander
and Khliel Jackson.
Princeton Alexander and Kyle
Mosher each hit a 3-pointer late
in the second quarter, while
Daquin Edwards made two free
throws to send Union into the
half leading 34-19. ,
As hot as Maeweather was in
the opening quarter, Green was
just as hot in the third quarter.
Green connected .on three
3-pointers and scored all 1.5 of


Geordyn Green
(left) handles
the ball on
the perimeter
for the Tigers e
in their 65-38
District 7-1A win
over Newberry.
Green scored al
15 of his points
in the third
quarter.



his points in the quarter.
It was a 39-20 game when
Green sank a jumper on an
assist from Austin Dukes.
Green followed that up with
a steal on the defensive end,
which eventually led to him
knocking down a 3-pointer.
After a Newberry basket, Green
and Maeweather hit consecutive
3-pointers to put the Tigers up
50-22.
Green scored seven of the
last ,10 points in the third
quarter. He scored on a drive
to the basket and was fouled on
another driving, hitting both of
the ensuing free throws. Green
then hit his third 3-pointer of the
game following his own steal.
With a running clock and
the game in hand, not much
happened for the Tigers in the
*fourth quarter, though Prince
.Alexander had two steals, while
Jackson and Mosher each. had
one. Mosher's steal set up a
score by Jerry Keller.
Green finished the game with
five assists and four steals, while
Mosher grabbed four rebounds.
Carl Alexander was the third-
leading scorer Wvith eight points.
The Tigers travel to play Fort
White on Thursday, Jan. 17, arid
then travel to Cross City to play
district opponent Dixie County
on Friday, Jan. 18. On Tuesday,
Jan. 22, Union hosts Williston.
All games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m.
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St. Thomas

iA Aquinas hands
Tornadoes 2nd


Score by Quarter
NHS: 14 5 11 8-38
UCHS: 24 10 29 2-65

Union scoring (65): C.
Alexander 8, Princeton Alexander
3, Edwards 4, Green 15, Keller
2, Maeweather 28, Mosher
5. 3-pointers: P. Alexander,
Mosher, C. Alexander 2, Green
3, Maeweather 7. Free throws:
9-11.

Earlier result:

UCHS 67 Baldwin 56
Union' outscored' visiting
Baldwin 45-31 in the second and
third quarters of a 67-56 district
win on Jan. 8.
Keldric Bradley scored 21
points to lead the Tigers, while
Maeweather had 13 points
and five assists. Dukes had 10M
points and nine rebounds, while
Edwards and Carl Alexander
,each had eight points.

Score by Quarter '
BHS: 9 15 16 16-56
UCHS: 6 23 22 16-67

Union scoring (67): C.
Alexander 8, Prince Alexander
2, Princeton Alexander 3,
Bradley 21, Dukes 10, Edwards
8, Jackson 2, Maeweather 13.
3-pointers: Princeton Alexander,
Bradley, Edwards, C. Alexander
2, Maeweather 2. Free throws:
10-20.


Bradford goalie Kristie Yates (riglit)'makes a stop of a shot by Madison Colaw.


DISTRICT
Continued from 1C

recorded the assist on the final
goal,.which was scored by Julia
Osteen in the 33" minute.


KHHS
Continued from 1C

Keystone will host the District
5-2A tournament, beginning
Tuesday, Jan. 22, with two
quarterfinal matches. Fourth


If Keystone wins its:semifinal
match 'against Interlachen, it
will play for the championship
on Friday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m.
against either second seed Santa
Fe, third seed P.K. Yonge, sixth:
'seed Williston or seventh seed


seed Interlachen (3-5-2 district
record) will play fifth seed Fort
White (3-6-1) at 5 p.m., while
third seed P.K. Yonge (4-5-1)
will play sixth seed Newberry
(0-8-2) at 7 p.m. .
The district semifinals will
take place on Thursday, Jan.


Fort White.
Santa Fe High School is
hosting all tournament matches.
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24. Second seed Santa Fe (7-
2-1) will play the P.K. Yonge-
Newberry winner at 5 p.m.,
while top seed Keystone (9-0-1)
will play the Interlachen-Fort
White winner at 7 p.m.
The championship match is
set for Friday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m.


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straight loss

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
St. Thomas Aquinas outscored
the Bradford boys' basketball
team 24-6 irithe third quarter en
route to handing the Tornadoes
a 63-46 loss on Jan. 12 in the
Hoop Exchange at Eastside High
School in Gainesville;
Justin McBride and Deon
Aldridge scored 13. and 12
points, respectively, while
Deantre Burch had 10. Keaaris
Ardley dished out eight assists
and had six steals.
Bradford (11-8) played. District
5-4A opponent Fort White this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Williston on
Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
The Tornadoes will then 'travel
to Tallahassee to play in the Jan.
19-21 MLK Inspire Challenge.
On Tuesday, Jan. 22, Bradford
returns home to play district
opponent Santa Fe at 7:30 p.m.

SCOre by Quarter
STA: 13 15 24 11-63
BHS: 8 14 6 18-46

Bradford scoring (46): Aldridge
12, Ardley 7, Burch 10, Hampton
2, McBride 13, Mitchell 2.
3-pointers: Burch 2. Free
throws: 8-23.

Earlier results:

BHS 77 Rams 56
McBride scored 33 points,
grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked
five shots in a 77-56 district win
over Interlacheri on Jan. 8 in
Interlachen.
Lyndell Hampton and Burch
scored 12 and 10 points,
.respectively, with Burch
recording eight assists and four
steals.. Marco Grimsley had
a team-high 10 assists tq go
along with 14 rebounds, while
Ardley had eight assists. Landon
Mitchell had four steals.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 19 22 25 11-77
IHS: 11 13 -15 17-56

Bradford scoring (77): I dridge
6, Ardley 2, Burch 10, Floyd 6,
Grimsley 7, Hampton 12,I McBride
33, Mitchell 1. 3-pointers:'Burch,
Floyd 2. Free throws: 10-15.

SantaFe 58 BHS 54
Bradford couldn't hang onto
a three-point lead after three
quarters, falling 58-54 to district
opponent Santa Fe on Jan. 11 in
Alachua.
McBride. and Ardley scored
13 and 12 points, respectively,
while Aldridge had L11. McBride
had nine rebounds seven blocks,
while Ardley had eight assists,
eight steals and eight rebounds.


Mitchell had four steals.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 12 17 12 13-54
SFHS: 8 14 16 20-58

Bradford scoring (54): Aldridge
11, Ardley 12, Burch 2, Grimsley
5, Hampton 3, Jones 3, McBride
13, Mitchell 5. 3-pointers: Ardley,
Jones. Free throws: 20-39.

State runner-

up Newberry
too much for

Union girls

BY CLfFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Newberry built a 19-3
lead in the first quarter, taking
advantage of eight turnovers
en route to handing the Union
County girls' basketball team a
51-19 District 7-1A loss on Jan.
10.
The Panthers, who were the
Class IA runners-up last season,
remained perfect in the district,
while the Tigers fell to 3-3.
Courtney Walsh had the only
field goal for the Tigers (5-9
overall) in the first quarter as


GAMES
Continued from 2C

added over the coming years are
softball and track and field.
What will be. important
for continued growth is the
involvement of other people,
especially people who are
interested in coaching. The
management team has handled
most of the coaching duties,
though the group was blessed to
have Rick Barr come on board as
a basketball coach this year.
S"The kids have responded to
him so well," Paige said.
More people like ,Barr are
needed. If you are interested
in coaching or helping the
Special Olympics in Bradford
County in any capacity, please
contact one of their management


Union was 1-of-8 from the field.
Walsh's basket came early in the
quarter, and the Tigers wouldn't
get another basket until early in
the second quarter when Janisha
Jones scored on a rebound
putback.
Teyona Jenkins hit a long
jumper later in the quarter before
recording an assist on Baneeshia
Jackson's 3-pointer. Newberry,
though, took a 28-10 lead into
the half.
Jenkins, who led Union with
eight points, had three steals in
the third quarter, while -Walsh
had two in the fourth quarter.
The Tigers travel to play Fort
White on Thursday, Jan. 17, at
6 p.m., and then travel to Cross
City to play district, opponent
Dixie County on Friday, Jan. 18,
at 6 p.m.
Note: Visit www.starkejournal.
cor to view photos from this
game.

Score by Quarter


NHS:
UCHS:


19-9 20 3-51
3 7 2 7-19


Union scoring (19):
Jackson 3, Jenkins 8,
Walsh 4. 3-pointers:
Free throws: 4-8.


Cobb 2,
Jones 2,
Jackson.


team members. Their contact
information is as follows:
Kim Paige, 904-966-6799,.
paige.kim@mybradford.us;
Deanna Coleman, 904-:
966-6007, coleman.deanna@:,:-
mybradford.us;
Daniel Davis, 904-966-
6075, coachdavisbhs@gmail.
com;
Hope Davis, 904-966-6799,
davis.hope@mybradford.us;
Donna Eaves, 904-.;
966-6015, eaves.donna@ -


mybradford.us;
Barbara
966-6014,
mybradford.us;
Tammy
966-6741,
mybradford.us;


Johns, 904-
johns.barbara@

-Saxon, 904-:
saxon.tammy@


Jaime Lyn Register, 904-
966-6799, register.jaime@
mybradford.us.


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