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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Some county FCAT results rival state averages


Robbers

nabbed in

Brooker
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


Witnesses
helped the
Bradford
County Sheriff's
Office nab a
Gainesville pair
involved in the
armed robbery
of a Brooker
convenience
store last week.
Michael


James


Jay James,
25, entered
the Brooker
Kangaroo on
Southwest S.R.
231 around 7:50
p.m. on May 21.
According to
the release from
BCSO Capt.
Brad Smith,
James brandished Baer
a firearm and
demanded both cash and cigarettes.
James' partner in crime, Ashley Rae
Baer, 24, remained in a car outside
with the engine running and drove the
getaway vehicle when James emerged
from the store.
Smith said witnesses followed the
vehicle and kept Bradford County
dispatchers updated until losing sight
of the car near Dedan Loop.
.That was enough time for
Bradford deputies James Albritton
and Christopher Adams to respond
to the area, however. They spotted
Baer driving the car on Dedan Loop
and pulled the car over, taking both
suspects into custody without incident.
While investigating the robbery,
Detective Sgt. Kevin Mueller obtained
a full confession while interviewing
the pair, Smith said. James reportedly
told Mueller his motive for robbing
the store was to obtain money for
drugs.
Both James and Baer were charged
with robbery with a firearm and
assault with intent to commit a felony.
Both remained in custody at the
Bradford County Jail as of press time,
each under a $200,000 bond.



Van


collides


with semi
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
The Florida Highway Patrol said
a Hawthorne woman drove under
a tractor-trailer the afternoon of
Wednesday, May 22.
Bradford County emergency
medical responders transported
Michele Rene Hoskins, 55, to Shandse
UF with serious injuries.
According to ane FHP report,
Hoskins was driving a 1999 Chevrolet
Venture van when she pulled out of a
S.R. 100 driveway about 2 miles north
of Theressa at 5:05 p.m.
Trooper C.A. Scott wrote in a
report that after exiting the property,
Hoskins stopped in the grass shoulder
along the eastbound lane of the road.
"For unknown reasons," wrote
Scott, "the van accelerated on the
grass shoulder and lost control. The
van crossed the travel lanes of S.R.
100 and drove under the trailer of the
semitruck."
The driver of the semi, 47-year-
old Ronald G. Rothenwander of
Keystone Heights, was not injured in
the collision.
Scott wrote that charges are pending
as a result of the crash.

__ O S __


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Hampton Elementary School third-
graders beat the state average score
for reading on the FCAT 2.0,' while
Lawtey third-graders did the same on
math and Starke Elementary fourth-
graders beat the state score for writing.
Starke Elementary also had a higher
percentage of fourth-graders scoring at
3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 or higher on writing
than the state, and Lawtey had a higher
percentage scoring Level 3 or higher
on math than the state.
The district overall had a higher
mean score in third-grade reading and
saw a higher percentage achieve Level
3 or higher. The number scoring at
Level 1 dropped. The district's third-
grade math score also improved, and
the number performing at Level 3 or
above was up 8 percent.
The district writing score was up
slightly in fourth grade, with 10 percent
more students scoring 4.0 or above.
Six percent more scored 3.5 or above.


In eighth grade, the numbers dropped
on the writing test, with 14 percent
fewer students scoring 3.5 or above.
Performance was maintained from year
to year in the 10'h grade. Districtwide
scores in each area remain behind the
state averages and other local schools.
The new standard for writing
performance is 3.5 points out of 6,
up from 3.0 points last year. While
not technically considered a "passing
score," it is the standard that will be
used in calculating school grades.
Scoring now places more attention on
grammar, punctuation and the quality
of details used to support the written
response. Students were also given
more time to respond to these prompts.
Scoring at Level 3 or above in reading
or math is required for satisfactory
performance. Third-graders who score
at Level 1 in reading may be retained
without completion of a summer
reading camp or a portfolio of work
that shows a mastery of reading skills.

See FCAT, 5A


Third Grade FCAT 2.0 Scores
2012 2013
Reading Reading
Percent Percent
Mean Score Level 3 and Percent Mean Score Level 3 and Percent
M Level 1 Level I
above above
-Starke Elementary 197 50 18 198 53 16
Southside Elementary 189 27 29 195 43 22
Lawtey Community 199 61 15 198 50 8
Brooker Elementary 192 53 35 196 43 26
Hampton Elementary 197 61 13 203 50 11
Bradford District 194 44 22 197 48 18
Lake Butler Elementary 204 64 12 202 59 12
Keystone Heights Elementary 202 64 12 203 66 13
State Average 201 56 18 201 57 18


Starke Elementary
Southside Elementary
Lawtey Community
Brooker Elementary
Hampton Elementary
Bradford District
Lake Butler Elementary
Keystone Heights Elementary
State Average


2012
Math
Percent
Mean Score Level 3 and
above
197 54
187 26
192 39
185 18
198 52


2013
Math
Percent
Mean Score Level 3 and
above
197 52
187 33
203 65
195 35
198 57


Hampton replacing clerk with audit underway


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Leadership has. been upended in the
city of Hampton, which is undergoing
a state audit.
Jane Hall has resigned from the
position of city clerk after some 30
years of service to the city.
Many of the allegations of wrong
doing put forth by Florida Rep. Charles
Van Zant, who called for the audit,
involved Hall.
Both Hall and Mayor Myrtice Green,
however, say that she resigned of her
own accord and that the departure was
not related to the audit. Hall called it a
retirement because of the length of time
she has worked for the city, although
she said there is no retirement check.
She is also dealing with medical issues.
"There is no reason that I'm
resigning necessarily, other than the
fact that I've been talking about if for a
year," said Hall. ,
Green said the city has been asked
a lot of questions but has not been
given any information about any of
the auditors' findings. Once they finish


Hampton City Council members met among a pile of audit files to
discuss replacement of the city clerk Tuesday.

their work at city hall, they will return she said, and the city will act on any
to Tallahassee to prepare their report, findings at that time.


Meanwhile, the city has been trying
to fill Hall's position. The initial
appointee from earlier this month,
Crystal Johnston, didn't stay long.
An emergency meeting of the city
council was held May 28 during which
Christina Mobley was approved to
replace her. Mobley will be sworn in
during the June meeting. According
to Green, she trained briefly for the
position in the past, and Hall will be on
hand to finish preparing her for the job.
The council also dealt with some
banking matters, removing Hall's
access to the accounts and appointing
themselves to deal with business until
the new clerk is in place.
Van Zant took citizen concerns
shared with him about the cities--of
Hampton and Starke to the Joint
Legislative Auditing Committee
during the recent legislative session,
and both cities are undergoing state
financial audits as a result of those
concerns.,
Starke has also proceeded with its
annual financial audit for 2012 after
contracting with Reddish and White
for the work.


Solemn remembrance at Starke Veterans Park


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph
The Bradford County Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 1016 held its annual
Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday.
Post Commander Brian Wright led
the ceremony and reminded the crowd
of the history of Memorial Day, reading
a few lines from "In Flanders Fields,"
the poem by Canadian World War I
soldier John McRae after Belgium's
Battle of Ypres.
"Death knows no political
boundaries," Wright said, "and
in battle, death takes liberal and
conservative alike. Death is common
to all battlegrounds, to all conflicts, to
all branches of the service and to all
uniforms."
Jessica Wright sang the national
anthem as a Junior ROTC unit from
Bradford High School raised the
colors.
Wright then turned the podium over
to Col. Bill Dampier, a Bradford High
School graduate who served in the
Florida National Guard from 1958 until
1979, then graduated from the National
War College in 1989, and who served
as National Guard advisor to various
military offices. He was also director
of National Guard training for the
secretary of defense and the Pentagon.
Wright and Dampier paid tribute to
the men and women who made great
sacrifices serving in the country's
military forces.
Dampier gave the crowd an
overview of the development of the
U.S. military, including the first guard
unit in the New World, which became
the Florida National Guard. He noted


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Boy Scout Troop70 honored veterans by placing flags on their graves at Crosby Lake Cemetery on
May 25 in advance of Memorial Day. They were grateful for the help of some Girl Scouts in this effort.
Joining Scoutmaster Paul Funderburk and Assistant Scoutmaster Sean Jones were Riley Miller,
Johnny Spencer, Kyle Funderburk. Tammy Spencer, Madisson Spencer, Mariana Funderburk and
Allison Funderburk. The flags were purchased with local donations.


that the United States Air Force was
the most recent of the services to be


created from the Army Air Corps, and to combat pirates in U.S. waters.
that the U.S. Coast Guard was formed
See MEMORIAL, 3A


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2A BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013


Community celebrates Take Stock program


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Communities in Schools
of Bradford County held its
annual banquet to celebrate the
accomplishments of its Take
Stock in Children program
participants and to honor
everyone who makes the
program possible.
Volunteer mentors for the
Take Stock program from the
business community, schools,
government, etc., usually begin
working with selected students
in middle school after students
sign a contract pledging to do
well in their studies and stay
out of trouble. Mentors meet
regularly with students to help
them along the way, and parents
also agree to' play an active
role in their child's education.
The reward upon graduation is
scholarship funding.
Linda Tatum, chairperson
of the CIS Board of Directors,
said Bradford County's citizens
have given great support to
CIS, providing funding for
scholarships and tutoring as well
as a pool of dedicated mentors
for the Take Stock Program.
"It's because of you all that
we have done as well as we
have," Tatum said.
Twenty-two Take Stock
in Children scholars have
graduated with scholarship
opportunities thanks to the
program.
Judy Dukes introduced this
year's graduating students
and their mentors. Johnesha
Hernandez was mentored
by Tryssa Pacciulli. Shaquia
Woods was mentored by Carol
Thomas.
"We are very proud of these
young ladies. They have worked
very hard. They're getting ready
to graduate and move on to
bigger and better things," Dukes
said.
Three more students were
welcomed into the program.
Tatum will be mentoring
Karizma Calloway, Rick Still
will mentor Tarrin Jackson,
and Andy Redding will mentor
Tyler Rehberg.
The annual banquet is a
celebration of the students
who have and will succeed in
the Take Stock program, but
it is also a chance to honor
the late Pat Farnsworth, who
was instrumental in bringing
a Communities in Schools
program to Bradford County.
Harry Hatcher said Farnsworth
was a man who was passionate
about causes like education. The
notion of investing time and


Sampson boat
ramp closed
The Sampson Lake boat ramp,
located at the end of Southwest
75th Avenue (Slab Road) off of
S.R. 100, will be closed for three
weeks for canal dredging near
the railroad trestle.
The closing is scheduled from
Tuesday, May 28, through the
middle of June while the work
is performed. The dredging will
improve navigation and safety
of the waterway, according to
County Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns.
While the accumulation of
sediment is a natural occurrence,
over time waterways can become
clogged with underwater hazards
that can damage boats and affect
the ecosystem. Periodic dredging
alleviates these concerns, mak-
ing the waterway safer and more
manageable.
Signage has been posted show-
ing the ramp closure. The public
should avoid using the boat ramp
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Mentor Tryssa Pacclulll with graduate Johnesha
Hernandez.


Graduate Shaqula Woods with mentor Carol Thomas.


resources in the community's
youth exemplified who he was,
Hatcher said.
"He was a man who was
concerned about those that
didn't have the opportunities
that other people had," he said.
The evening's keynote
speaker was Florida State
Sen. Rob Bradley. The former
criminal prosecutor said he
now has the sad task of sitting
on a legislative committee and
deciding how much money
is needed to send people to a
place when everything has gone


blocked and unable to get in or
out of the water.
Anyone with questions re-
garding the closure or the dredg-
ing operation can contact Johns
at 904-966-6336.



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and Alma Dell Chapter No. 168,
Sis. Deborah W. Sims, worthy
matron, will hold their public in-
stallation service on June 2 at 4
p.m. at Mt. Pisgah AME Church
on Steel Mill Road in Starke.
Sis. Jessica Hadley-Brown and
the Rev. James Jones will be the
keynote speakers. Dinner will be
served after the service. All the
masonic family and public are
invited to fellowship.


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Take Stock mentors with their new students: Rick Still and Tarrin Jackson, Karizma
Calloway with Linda Tatum, and Andy Redding with Tyler Rehberg.


wrong for them-prison. There
are so many factors, so many
choices along the way that, had
they been different, would have
resulted in a better outcome for
these individuals. That includes
receiving vital guidance from
parents, teachers and mentors
like those who participate in
Take Stock.
"It's such a tragedy because,
not only do you have a (crime)
victim and the victim's family,
but you have a precious life
that could have been so great
but ended up not being what it
should have been," he said.
Bradley said investing in
youth is the smart thing to do.
The state matches funds that are
raised, but support starts with
local contributions. Take Stock
is all about the public-private
partnership, he said, adding he
hoped everyone present would
think about what they could do
to make a difference.
To the students, he said that
in addition to their parents,
they have group of community
members dedicated to providing
them with the resources
necessary for their success.
"Keep doing 'what
you're doing," he
said. "I promise you
it will pay off."
The occasion also
served as a farewell
. t- ,Jimn Biggs, TWho,
.- - is' e leading : the'
directorship of
the Communities
in Schools
organization. Tatum
said Biggs was the
man Farnsworth
called on to help
write a grant to bring
Communities in


Sen. Rob Bradley
was the keynote
speaker.


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CIS Chairperson Linda Tatum presents a plaque to
outgoing Executive Director Jim Biggs.
Schools to Bradford County. It CIS said special thanks; is
was supposed to be a temporary due to Roberts Insurance, l-ori
volunteer post that turned into Thompson and Julia's Florist
14 years of tireless leadership. for their assistance with the
Kim Alldredge is stepping banquet.
into the role of CIS director,
pending final approval of the
board. Biggs said she has The Wright Cut
worked her way to the top, paid (Salon next to Grannies Restaurant)
her dues ad deserves theQt.
She sa R'Is' had" been her M
mentor Ti'teh eas'eight years ""
and it has been an honor to learn
from him. hL
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shine." said Alldredge.


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THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3A


MEMORIAL
Continued from 1A
As the ceremony proceeded,
members of Boy Scout Troop 70,
assembled by Paul Funderburk,
laid a series of wreaths near the
monuments in the Charles J.
,Schaeffer Veterans Memorial
Park Park, monuments to those
Bradford County residents who
sacrificed all.
The wreaths were provided
by a number of groups and
,,offices, including the Daughters
of the American Revolution, the
Daughters of the Confederacy,
the VFW and American Legion
- nd their women's auxiliaries,
the Boy Scouts, the Woman's
Club and others.
Curtis Knight was among the
attendees at the crowd and wore
an Enduring Freedom cap. He,
too, is a member of VFW Post
1016, and said it may or may not
be time yet to put up a monument
to Bradford's heroes from Middle
East conflicts. "That's not over
S-yet," Knight said. "There may be
more."


Knight was in Kuwait and Iraq,
and was injured in noncombat
circumstances. Upon release
from a northern hospital, and
after his return to Starke, he was
substitute teaching for a while,
he said. He suggested to young
people that if they had no clear
career path already, they might
consider the military, as he had.
More recently, he added, he had
been working for the school
district as a custodian, which he
said, with a laugh, was much
easier than substitute teaching.
Also attending was Felix
Ramos-Vargas, who wore his
Marines T-shirt proudly. Ramos-
Vargas said he had not served in
any of the usual theaters. Instead,
as a young man from Puerto
Rico, he was "at the bomber
doors as Castro was coming
down from the hills," he said.
That is, he was on alert in Havana
Bay during the Cuban Missile
Crisis. On another occasion he
was on a peace mission, going
down a river in Congo. Ramos-
Vargas said he spent 20 years
in the National Guard and eight
years as an active Marine. He


came to Bradford County in
1987 and, like Knight, currently
works for the school district in
tech support.
The names of Bradford's war
dead on the park's monuments for
U.S. conflicts since World War I
include some newer names, but
also many of Bradford County's
oldest, most recognizable
families. On the World War I
monument are Minton, Crosby
and Johns. On World War II
are Conway, Crawford, Mann,
Starling, Redding, Lott, Futch
and Tillis. The Korean conflict
included only two names, Hicks
being one of them. The Vietnam
monument includes the Triest,
Crews and Jenkins families.
At the end of the service,
Jessica Wright sang taps, and the
young men in the BHS Junior
ROTC detail lowered the flag to
half-mast.
About 50 people attended, and
most of them were themselves
veterans and their spouses.
Otherwise, young or old, there
appeared to be few civilians.


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Bradford High School Junior ROTC students presented the colors and lowered the flag
to half-mast at the ceremony. The unit Included (I-r) Ricky Hill, Cory Johns, Ivy Padgett
and Shane Fugatt.
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To prevent the proliferation
of stray, nuisance and dangerous
animals, the public is urged to
utilize Bradford County's animal
control shelter. Do not abandon
unwanted animals. Take them to
the shelter during working hours.
The shelter is open Monday
through Friday from 9:30 aam. to
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A Bradford High School graduate, Retired
Col. Bill Dampier has almost 40 years of
experience in the military, and was the
featured Memorial Day speaker.


L ". -- I
Maurice White makes it a point to attend
each veterans observance in the park.


Soil and
Water District
meeting
The Bradford Soil and Water
Conservation District will meet
on Friday, June 7, at 9 a.m. at
the Bradford County Extension
Office. There will be a report on
the status of the district's vari-
ous projects and activities, and
Brain Johns, director of Bradford
County Emergency Manage-
ment, will be discussing Brad-
ford County's flood mitigation
planning.
The district is still looking
for volunteers to set up and read
rain gauges. Better rainfall data
will help in understanding the
relationship between rain and
groundwater recharge. Rainfall
data will also be helpful in evalu-
ating the impacts of flooding-and
may be used to forecast flooding
events.


Fr


VFW Post 1016 Commander Brian Wright
told the crowd that on the battlefield,
liberal or conservative, death was no
respecter of persons.


Curtis Knight,
and Iraq.


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4A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013


Who is planning Bradford's future?


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph
As advertising director at the
Bradford County Telegraph, it
behooves Kevin Miller to keep
up with what's going on in the
county the paper serves. Miller
is also a member of the Bradford
County Economic Development
Council and the father of two
children in Bradford schools.
"It's not the newspaper's
business to try to plan Bradford's
future," Miller said, "but it is
our business to report on any
actions or meetings that do."
Miller added that his father,
John Miller, and his grandfather,
Eugene Matthews, expressed
their opinions about the direction
the county was taking during
their day. "Just like anybody else
who cares to get involved can
do," he added.
"The (North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce) was
looking to hire a director of
economic development,"
Miller said. "They went to
the county commission, but
the commissioners were not
interested in doing that. To date,
growth seems to have been a
bigger concern for the business
community than for county
government."
"I am so glad we didn't do
that," said County Commissioner
Danny Riddick. It wasn't that he
thought a director of development
was a bad idea; rather he believes
: that before you beat the bushes to
invite business and industry into
your neighborhood, you need to
offer the right infrastructure.
As an example of what
infrastructure does, Riddick
cited a current pipeline project
which will take water provided
by the Clay County Utility
Authority down S.R. 100, past
the Keystone Airpark and all
the way to the Salvation Army's
Camp Keystone.- The Salvation
Army is paying a bit less than $1
million to complete the project,
but it will expand Camp Keystone
and its programs immensely.
"Once we had that little piece
of infrastructure underway,"
Riddick said, "Mr. Perryman
from Country Caterers could
also afford to run water across
the road to a restaurant he plans
to put in at the corner of 21B
and S.R. 100. He planned to put
in a well for the kitchen, but he
needs more water than that for
sprinkler systems, which the fire
department requires."
What's more, Riddick added,


once in place, the water system
could be run further west, down
21B, allowing access to water
and emergency sprinkler systems
for Santa Fe College expansion
as well.
Starke Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner served two terms as
mayor of Starke, where she
helped introduce the idea of
methodical planning into what
city government does, or is
supposed to do.
Spooner said strategic
planning sets short-term and
long-term goals. Along the way,
planners evaluate strengths,
weaknesses, opportunities and
threats for an organization, a
locale or a government.
"Planning works best when
you get lots of input from
stakeholders and the community,"
Spooner said. But she added that
planners-in her case, Starke
city commissioners -must
have and stand up to on-going
reviews to measure achievement
and shortcomings for meeting
the plan's objectives. Sharing
successes and shortcomings with
the public is very important, she
added. Of Starke's city planning
she said, "We could do better."
Miller said the $90 million,
bypass the Florida Department
of Transportation plans to have
in place by 2020 would not have
as adverse an effect on Starke as
some fear.
"It's not going to turn Starke
into a ghost town," Miller said.
"Mainly because, by the time the
bypass is finished, the natural
increase in traffic over time will
put Starke about where it is now
in traffic volume."
The bypass will alleviate
semitruck traffic through Starke
but it's not clear whether it
will alter traffic patterns in the
county. The new highway will
have limited access via two
existing roads, S.R. 16 and S.R.
100, other than initial on- and off-
ramps north and south of Starke.
Like an interstate, there won't be
curb cuts for development along
the route. That would defeat the
purpose of a quick path around
the city.
Different transportation
systems were on Spooner's mind.
She would like to see Starke's
downtown shopping, eating and
business markets restored to past
levels, with less disruption from
passing CSX trains. This could
be achieved, she said, through
different scheduling patterns or
with a rail path away from or
over the city center.


Miller said he had heard
nothing thing about the
disposition of DuPont land, once
mining operations cease and the
land is restored. He didn't think
the reclaimed property would
affect Bradford, since much of
the spent mining is in Baker and
Clay counties or inside Camp
Blanding.
However, Miller said, if
DuPont, the school district or
the Department of Corrections
cut staff, the county could see
significant job loss, Miller said.
"When SMI (CMC) Joist shut
down, Bradford County lost 150
jobs, and it definitely hurt," he
said.
Spooner said better planning
with, the Suwannee River Water
Management District would
improve flooding issues in the
city and county, and wanted
more grants in place to fix the
city's drainage problems.
She said she looks forward
to the city exiting its 30-year
contract with FMPA and
believes that would bring lower
utility and electricity rates-but
it's still a ways off. She envisions
more fire, medical and police
protection, and would like to see
more affordable housing grants.
She added that Starke needs more
cooperation between county
and city governments on such
elements as roads, emergency
management, recreation and
development.
Spooner envisions local
University of Florida and Santa
Fe College programs in forestry,
agriculture and conservation.
She would like to see research
expanded for conservation of
Bradford's natural environment
and its forests.
Riddick points to projects
that may or may not support
Bradford's Comprehensive plan,
even if they weren't prompted
by it. One of those, he said, is
his successful effort to extend
sidewalks connecting the
Keystone Heights High School
area in Clay County with the
Santa Fe Watson Center in
Bradford. In fact, the sidewalk
will go beyond the Watson
Center to the Keystone United
Methodist Church on S.R. 21.
Miller said that, personally, he
would'like to see both Starke and
the county get more involved in
recreational opportunities. "Our
basketball facilities for kids are
all outdoors," he said. "We don't
have any soccer fields or tennis

See FUTURE, 7A


Mosquitoes bugging everyone again


BY JIM DEVALERIO
Agriculture Extension Agent
Frequent rains have once again
caused mosquito populations to
reach nuisance levels in Bradford
County.
Unfortunately for us humans,
these bothersome creatures
are impossible to eradicate
because frequent rains create
ideal breeding conditions over
vast areas for the several kinds
of mosquitoes that live here.
Needing only 7 to 10 days for
a mosquito egg to mature into
an adult, mosquitoes take full
advantage of the innumerable
stagnant water breeding sites
created by frequent rain events.
There are several kinds of
mosquitoes, each having its
habitat preference and preferred
blood source (birds, livestock,
dogs, cats, humans and other
mammals). Some mosquitoes
are small and fragile and cannot
venture far into the sunlight
because they will dehydrate and
die, which is why they are more
active during the dusk and dawn
hours. They feed at dusk because
they haven't eaten for a long
time and again at dawn because
it will be a long time until the


next meal. Many of these can be
controlled by making sure there
is no standing water and there is
good aeration around your home.
Other mosquitoes are large
bodied and can fly longer
distances. It is not surprising that
these breed in open pastures;
their eggs lay in wait for a
flooding event that triggers their
emergence. Often referred to
as the "galliniper," because it
seems as though they are large
enough to take a gallon of blood
at a single feeding, they well
established in Florida.
When you consider how much
of the land area in our county is
either a dense, poorly drained
swamp or a pasture, it is easy
to understand why mosquitoes
are so prevalent when we get
frequent rains!
Fortunately, Bradford
County does have a Mosquito
Control Department. Many
small counties do not have any
mosquito management efforts,
Union and Baker being the
closest examples, so we are
fortunate to get some relief from
mosquitoes.
Because of limited funding
and the logistical challenges
associated with spraying adult


mosquitoes, most of the spray
efforts are concentrated in highly
populated areas of the county.
Spraying for mosquitoes is
more effective when the spray
can be spread over a large area
in the air column to increase the
chances that a mosquito will fly
into it. This is nearly impossible
to accomplish in neighborhoods
that are accessed by a single road.
If the wind isn't blowing the right
direction the spray won't drift or
"hang" where it needs to.
It is particularly important
for those who live in sparsely
populated areas to take
precautionary measures to reduce
mosquito populations around the
home. Your personal mosquito
protection efforts should include
the 5 D's for prevention:
Dusk and Dawn-Avoid
being outdoors when mosquitoes
are seeking blood. For many
species this is during the dusk
and dawn hours.
Dress-Wear clothing that
covers most of your skin.
DEET-Use a repellant
containing DEET when exposure
to mosquitoes is possible.
Drainage-Mosquitoes -,Aay

See BUGGING,5A


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-a- THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5A


FCAT 2.0 Writing Scores


2012
Percent Percent
Mean Score scoring 3.5 scoring 4.0
and above and above


2013
Percent Percent
Mean Score scoring 3.5 scoring 4.0
and above and above


.-:Fourth Grade
:.-Starke Elementary 3.2 48 26 3.6 61 42
:Southside Elementary 3.1 46 22 3.1 41 25
'Lwtey Community 2.8 20 10 3.2 36 32
'Brooker Elementary 2.9 29 19 2.6 23 8
'Hampton Elementary 3.1 35 18 3.2 44 31

'"Bradford District 3.1 40 21 3.2 46 31
L'- ke Butler Elementary 3.4 59 39 3.8 81 65
Keystone Heights Elementary 3.6 70 41 3.4 60 39
: "'State Average 3.3 48 27 3.4 57 37

S'Eighth Grade
"*Bradford Middle School 3.0 39 21 2.8 25 20

':ke Butler Middle School 3.5 63 43 3.3 48 36
..keystone Heights Jr. High 3.3 51 33 3.0 39 20
State 3.3 52 ,33 3.3 54 35


Tenth Grade
*.Pradford High School

,,Union County High School
Keystone Heights Sr. High
State


FCAT
-Continued from 1A
Students need to be able to"
read independently by the end
oftthe third grade, which means
reading and understanding
words, sentences and paragraphs
without help.
Although down from last year,
Btooker still had the highest
percentage of students scoring at
Level 1 in reading, and Lawtey
had the lowest, although its
percentage scoring Level 3 and
above was also down. Brooker
also had a smaller percentage of
Level 3 students, but its mean
score in reading was up four
points from last year.
Both Hampton and Southside
saw their average third-grade
reading score climb six points,
arid while it wasn't the highest
percentage in the district, the
number of Level 3 and above
scorers at Southside was up
frtm 27 percent to 43 percent.
,Hampton had the highest mean
reading score, although Starke
'-Elementary also improved its
numbers, giving it the second
highest mean score (tied
i ,with Lawtey) and the highest '
* percentage of students at Level 3
and above.
Lawtey third-graders had
'the highest and most improved
math score in the district, an
.increase of 11 points. Brooker


2.9 28


2.9 28 14


was the second most improved
with a 10-point increase. Both
schools also saw impressive
improvement in the number of
students scoring at Level 3 and
above on math.
There was also a higher
percentage of Hampton third-
graders doing well on math
while maintaining last year's
mean score. The same was true
at Southside. While Starke
maintained its math score, it had
a smaller percentage of students
scoring Level 3 and above.
The district's only
improvement in writing was
at the elementary level. Starke
fourth-graders had the highest
average score, tying for rate
of improvement with Lawtey.
Both schools.had a much higher
percentage of students scoring at
3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 or above, as did
Hampton, where the mean score
was also up slightly. Southside
more or less maintained
its numbers, but Brooker's
performance slipped noticeably.
Writing performance fell
off some in the eighth grade as
well, and both the eighth and 101t
grades maintained a significant
difference from the higher state
averages. ,. *, ,.
In FCAT 2.0, the state has
transitioned to measuring
achievement of the Next
Generation Sunshine State
Standards. The state said
this and preparation for the


implementation of
Core State Standards
and math over the


Common
in English
next two


years has resulted in higher
performance in reading, writing
and math. These standards raise
the bar for students from third
through 101 grade, ensuring they
are on the path to enter college or
are career ready.
Students in all grade levels
tested in the state improved their
scores with 58 percent of students
scoring at 3.5 and higher, up
from 54 percent in 2012. Grade 4
students saw the biggest increase
with a nine-point improvement
in the percentage of students
scoring at 3.5 and above.
Union County was at the top of
25 school districts that improved
the number of fourth-graders
earning 3.5 or higher on writing
by 10 percent or more. Union
improved by 22 percent.
The state's third-graders
slightly improved the
achievement levels for reading
and maintained their performance
in math.
As part of the transition to
Common Core, Florida will
replace the FCAT 2.0 and end-
of-course assessments currently
being administered in wanting,
reading and -mathematics with
new assessments. The FCAT 2.0
reading and writing exams, for
example, will be replaced by one
assessment in English language
arts.


-T Across the Garden
Fence is a new
column sponsored by
o' the Bradford County
Extension Service. Readers
o who wish to pose gardening
questions should forward
them to Mary Bridgman at
S jtd@ufl.edu.

/ Once again, I'd like to share
U information about what to plant
in your garden and what M
wildlife will be up to during the month ,
ahead. The following information J
was taken from The Cutting Edge, a
local newsletter, that is organized by
Laurie Compton, program assistant
at the Bradford County Extension
Office, who wrote the articles that U
appear below. They are reprinted with F.
permission.

In the Garden: What to Plant in June
By Laurie Compton
Annuals that can take full sun during hot
summer months include celosia, portulaca,
vinca, and some coleus. Add bright color to
the landscape with a variety of perennials like
salvias including blue sage, "Hot Lips" salvia,
Mexican sage and rose leaf sage.
Summer's warm, rainy weather is the perfect
time to plant palms. Make sure to not cover the
trunk with soil. Plant heat loving herbs, including
basil, Mexican tarragon, and rosemary. Pinch
back regularly to prevent flowering and enhance
branching.
Plant vegetables like okra, Southern pea, lima
beans and sweet potato. It's too late to plant
tomatoes.
What to Do in June
Monitor the landscape weekly for harmful
insect pests. Knowing which insects commonly
attack a plant can aid in identification and
treatment.
Irrigation: June is normally the start of the
rainy season, but if rainfall has been spotty,


BUGGING
Continued from 4A
eggs in water. Inspect the area
around the home to rid the area
of standing water breeding sites.
Efforts to eliminate mosquito
breeding sites should include:
cleaning out eaves and gutters,
drilling, holes..in or. removing
,old, tires,, ,A m ver.!;empty
or plastic pots, checking tarps
on boats or other equipment
that may hold water, pumping
out bilges on boats, replacing
bird bath water at least once a
week, emptying water in plant
trays and hanging baskets at
least once a week, removing
vegetation or obstructions in
drainage ditches that prevent
the water flow, and clearing out
thick brush to increase airflow
around the home.
Bradford County greatly
benefits from a volunteer
group known as the Buzz
Busters. Partnering with the
UF/IFAS Bradford County
Extension Office, Bradford
County Mosquito Control and
other community groups, the
Buzz Busters trap mosquitoes
and collect data to help decide
where mosquito management
efforts should be focused in the
county.


watch for drought
stress and water
as needed. Watch
for nutrient
deficiencies or
environmental
problems with
palms and cycads
and correct using
an appropriate
treatment. Keep
lawn fertilizers
ASTER away from
GARDENER ,th. ...,


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zone
palms
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of Mary W. Bridgman
ileas


.. can still be pruned in June without
i harming next spring's buds.
V SI Rejuvenate lawn areas: For areas
LORIDA where grass doesn't grow well, try
SExtenfion
replacing it with versatile ground
covers.
Source: http://bit.ly/1145yY9.
June Wildlife Calendar
Mockingbirds may attack pedestrians
who wander too close to nesting sites.
The Southern flying squirrel is starting
its breeding season.
Red bats and Seminole bats give birth.
It's the height of the gopher tortoise
breeding season.
Cicadas emerge from their underground
growth period to begin making their classic
summer sound.
Tarflowers bloom in flatwoods.
Did You Know?
University of Florida biologists are reporting
that mockingbirds recognize and remember
people whom they perceive as threatening their
nests. If the white and grey songbirds common
in cities and towns throughout the Southeast
spot their unwelcome guests, they screech, dive
bomb and even sometimes graze the visitors'
heads while ignoring other passers-by or nearby
strangers.
Source: http://bit.ly/10YhnOO.


One important aspect of their Summ er
work is identifying the types
of mosquitoes that are present, program plans
which is critical to know if
there is a possible health risk youth impact
from mosquito borne diseases
since specific diseases are True Vine Ministries is regis-
associated with specific kinds tearing participants for its Summer
of mosquitoes. Youth Impact Program, which
Do you want to become a will run from June 17-Aug. 9.
Buzz Buster? We need a few Students will experience a full
volunteerss to, run traps in zones ay of activities while having.the
we are not yet trapping in. Call "opportyity go grow physically,
the Bradford County Extension spiritually and socially in a su-
Office at 904-966-6299 for pervised environment.
an interview or to get more Activities will include water
information on mosquitoes days, arts and crafts, drama, po-

We want to know where etry, sewing, sports, Bible sto-
there are high concentrations ies, life skills, and a fifth-grade
of mosquitoes in the county. spelling bee.
The answer seems obvious. The program runs Mondays
Everywhere! But it is not that through Fridays from 8 a.m. to
simple. This recent heavy rain 5 p.m., with check-in from 7-8
event dumped 9 inches in some an.m. and aftercare from 5-6 p.m.
parts of the county and only a There is a registration fee of $25.
couple of inches or less in other Full-time dues are $40 weekly
areas, and part-time dues are $20 week-
areas.. 1
Call the Bradford County y'.
Mosquito Control at 904- Registration forms are avail-
Mosquito Control at 904- able now. Contact Jeremiah
368-3971 to report nuisance able now. Contact Jeremiah
mosquito levels. All information Johnson at352-514-1558 or the
is taken into account when church at 904-964-9264 by May
deciding where to spray for
mosquitoes.
The University of Florida
is an Equal Opportunity
Institution.


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The City of Hampton is a fair housing advocate. The City is holding a workshop
.to explain the Fair Housing Ordinance for all of the protected classes (race, color,
familialal status, handicap, national origin, religion and sex). The public is invited
.io attend.

The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 3:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as possible, at the City of Hampton City Hall located at 5784 Navarre
Avenue, Hampton, Florida. Any handicapped, visually or hearing impaired
person or non-English speaking person needing special assistance at the meeting
should contact Ms. Jane Hall, City Clerk, City of Hampton at (352) 468-1201 at
least five days prior to the meeting and assistance will be provided.


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6A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013


Emergency office awarded as it

prepares for hurricane season


BY MICHAEL HEEDER
:O' Bradford County Emergency
-'' Management
Bradford County Emergency
Management was awarded
the 2013 Florida, Governor's
Hurricane Conference Public
Education Award at a special
presentation in Fort Lauderdale
on May 9. The award comes as
the county prepares for what is
expected to be a busy hurricane
season.
The county was recognized for
its enhanced use of social media
to keep its residents informed
' during a variety of events, from
" wildfires and severe weather
to transportation incidents.
': Major road closures, significant
weather alerts and media releases
are posted and followed by
residents and the media that use
it as notification to follow up on.
The awards luncheon was
attended by County Manager
Brad Carter and Emergency
wQ Management Director Brian
Johns. They joined Emergency
Planner Michael Heeder, who
was attending the conference.
"We are extremely pleased
with the work that our emergency
-- management team does for our
community," said Carter. "This
award is just another example
' of the effort Bradford County
' works on to help our citizens."
Bradford County uses a variety
. of technology programs to create
its educational outreach. Projects
include EMWIN, the Emergency
Manager's Weather Information
Network, on its social media
pages on Facebook and Twitter,


which posts severe weather alerts
instantly to their respective sites.
Emergency management has
also created a localized text
message alert system through
which residents sign up to
receive severe thunderstorm and
tornado warnings exclusively
for Bradford County. This has
worked very well in notifying
residents of severe weather
prior to its arrival in the county,
including the squall line that
moved through on Feb. 26 of this
year.
Prior to and after that,
emergency management used
social media to notify residents
of freeze warnings and road
closures affecting major
roadways due to traffic crashes
including the recent crashes on
S.R. 230 on May 15 and S.R. 100
on May 22.
Residents are updated 24 hours
a day through an automated
system that provides hazardous
weather outlook, zone forecasts,
and special weather statements,
watches and warnings. Graphics
are uploaded to assist anyone
who may have limited reading
abilities to still understand the
situation that is developing. The
cover photo also changes with
conditions so everyone who
"likes" the page on Facebook
will see a graphic as a "heads-
up" even before they read the
information on the page. This is
extremely helpful for folks who
have a computer but do not quite
understand the bulletins posted
in text format.
The state recognized Bradford
County's effort as an example of


how technology can be used to
inform residents. Other counties
in Florida are beginning to mimic
what Bradford County has done,
but none have reached the level
that Bradford County maintains
regarding the automated system
or rapid notifications of incidents.
Bradford also maintains
partnerships with Skywarn', and
program manager Todd Sherman
who troubleshoots the technical
end of the system to assure the
system is constantly up to date
and sending out alerts in real
time as they are posted.
In a cooperative effort, the
county road department, health
department, and agricultural
extension office all provide
information to be disseminated
to the community. Safety
information is also updated
regularly including storm
safety tips, mosquito control
information from the county and
news stories that are of interest
to residents.
Media releases are also posted
where citizens and the local
media can get timely updates for
breaking news alerts in Bradford.
On May 14, a two-alarm fire at
the New River East Correctional
Facility near Raiford was updated
on social media and the local
news stations (print, radio and
television) were able to update
their respective stories.
During the county
commission meeting on May
16, commissioners recognized
Johns and his team on their
accomplishments in the field
of emergency notification and
education. The works continue as
the county enters the first week
of the 2013 Hurricane Season
and Johns warns residents to be
prepared.
"We are looking at what could
be a very busy season this year,"
Johns said. "Last year they
predicted 10 storms and we saw
19 develop. Now, none of them
made landfall as hurricanes, but
we all saw what Tropical Storm
Debby did to us. This year they
are predicting 18 storms, so we
have to be ready from now till


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Bradford County received the Florida Governor's Hurricane Conference State
Public Education Award. Pictured (I-r) are Brian Johns, Bradford County emergency
management director, Bryan Koon, director of Florida Division of Emergency
Management, and Michael Heeder, preparedness planner and public information officer
for Bradford County. Photo by Bradford County Emergency Management.


December."
In its 2013 Atlantic hurricane
season outlook issued on May
23, the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
(NOAA)'s Climate Prediction
Center is forecasting an active
or extremely active season this
year.
For the six-month hurricane
season, which begins June 1,
NOAA's Atlantic Hurricane
Season Outlook says there is a
70 percent likelihood of 13 to 20
named storms (winds of 39 mph
or higher), of which seven to 11
could become hurricanes (winds
of 74 mph or higher), including
three to six major hurricanes
(Category 3,4 or 5: winds of 111
mph or higher). These ranges
are well above the seasonal
average of 12 named storms,
six hurricanes and three major
hurricanes.
Three climate factors that
strongly,. control .Atlantic


hurricane activity are expected
to come together to produce an
active or extremely active 2013
hurricane season. These are:
A continuation of the
atmospheric climate pattern,
which includes a strong west
African monsoon, that is
responsible for the ongoing
era of high activity for Atlantic
hurricanes that began in 1995.
Warmer-than-average water
temperatures in the tropical
Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean
Sea.
El Nifio is not expected to
develop and suppress hurricane
formation.
Five out of the past seven
seasons since the record setting
2005 season have been more
active than normal. There have
been 19 named storms each of
the past three years. There were
28 storms in 2005, the year of
Hurricane Katrina and the most
active oea~ on, record for. the


Atlantic. Although there were a
large number of named storms
in 2012, there were few strong
storms-other than "superstorm"
Hurricane Sandy.
New for this hurricane season
are improvements to forecast
models, data gathering and
the National Hurricane Center
communication procedure for
post-tropical cyclones. In July,
NOAA plans to bring online a
new supercomputer that will run
an upgraded hurricane weather
research and forecasting model
that provides significantly
enhanced depiction of storm
structure and improved storm
intensity forecast guidance.
All of these new enhancements
are also part of Bradford
County's social media sites on
Facebook and Twitter as well as
updates posted to the county's
Web page during major events.


Question?


Do you believe that its more important for Bradford County to pave a

mile of road or provide incentives to create 20 new local jobs that pay

well and have benefits?

Should the city of Starke set aside the impact fee to enable a new

commercial structure that could lead to new local employment?


Do you have an opinion on what our vision


for 2023 should be?




You are invited to be part of Santa Fe College's Envision Bradford

2023, a series of three meetings this summer to create a 'plan for boosting

the county's economy.

SFC President Jackson Sasser and Vice President Chuck Clemons

have engaged Wes Jurey, President and CEO of the Arlington, Texas

Chamber of Commerce, to facilitate the first session Tuesday, June 11

10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Charley E. Johns Conference Center. The

second and third meetings will be held at the same time on July 15 and

August 13.

Lunch will be served, so you need to RSVP by June 5 for the first

meeting by calling Catherine Mott at 352-395-5206 or mailing her at

catherine.mott@sfcollege.edu


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FUTURE
Continued from 4A_
courts or baseball diamonds with
seating, other than those owned
by the school district."
Spooner would like to
see county lakes and other
waterways, including Alligator
Creek, used and promoted for
recreation and tourism. She
would like to see the Pratt Street
retention pond in the middle of
Starke turned into a safe, more
attractive and more accessible
park. She envisions a water
park and pool somewhere in
the city, and would like to see
more downtown street fairs
with wide business and resident
participation.
Riddick pointed to a number
of recreation-related projects
already in the Bradford County
Commission's pipeline. One is
a 1.3-mile extension of the Rails-
to-Trails pathway from Bradford
connecting with the Clay County
trail, funded by FDOT.
"I found out there was a little
money left over for that, and
I had noticed that Bradford
residents were driving a mile
down the road, just to get on the
trail. Now they can walk on the
Rails to Trails starting from their
homes."
The next extension of the
pathway, to be completed by


2016, will carry the pathway
from Immokalee Road all the
way to Hampton, Riddick said.
He is also looking forward to
sidewalks that will start at U.S.
301 and go around Hampton
Lake.


Hampton
graduates from
law school
Temika L. Hampton graduated
from the Florida A&M University
College of Law on May 11 at the
Orlando Hilton.
Hampton is a Bradford


High School graduate and the
daughter of Mary Lou Berry. Her
grandmother is Jessie Mae Berry.

Dance for
exercise and
get help with
hearing
Would you like to learn to
have fun and exercise at the same
time? Give line dancing a whirl.
This is a great way to get out and
get moving. Don't know how to
line dance? The instructor gives
easy, step-by-step instructions.
Anyone can to it!
Dancing begins every other
Wednesday at 10 a.m. The next
class will be June 5.
Do you have trouble hearing
on your home telephone?
If you qualify, Florida
Telecommunications Relay
Program will provide specialized
telephone equipment. This
service is not limited to the
hearing impaired; the deaf, blind
and speech impaired are also
eligible for this program.
Stop by the Bradford County
Senior Center Thursday, June 27,
from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. to speak
with a representative.
The Bradford County Senior
Center is temporarily located at
the Bradford County Extension


Office, 2266 N. Temple Ave. in
Starke in front of the Bradford
County Fairgrounds. For more
information, please call 904-
368-3955. A calendar of our
events can be found at www.
bradfordcountyfl.gov.


Senior awards
venue changed
The location of the Bradford
High School Senior Awards
Banquet has been changed
to the Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center, 1610 N.
Temple Ave. in Starke. The
banquet will take. place on
Tuesday, June 4, at 6:30 p.m.


Van Zant
holding
town hall
Florida Rep. Charles Van
Zant will hold a town hall at the
Bradford County Courthouse
on Tuesday, June 4, at 7 p.m.
Everyone is welcome. If you
need special accommodations,
please let the county manager's
office know in advance by
calling 904-966-6280.


Bleed for
your Team
Are you Team Chief Johnson
or Team Jeff Oody? Declare
your loyalty when you give
blood during ,the blood drive
at Community State Bank
Thursday, June 6, from noon
to 4 p.m. It's the bank versus
the police department with free
hot dogs and sodas provided to
everyone who donates.
The blood drive will be
conducted by LifeSouth
Community Blood Centers.
Donors must be 17 or older (16
with written parental consent),
weigh 110 pounds or more
and show ID. Each donor will
receive a recognition item and
cholesterol screening.

Bradley has
office in BC
State Sen. Rob Bradley has
staffed an office at the Bradford
County Courthouse in order to
provide constituent and other
services to the residents of Sen-
ate District 7. Bradley represents
Bradford, Clay and Alachua
counties in the state legislature.
In addition to the Starke loca-
tion, Bradley has district offices
in Orange Park and Gainesville.
"It is important to me that my


office be accessible as possible to
all the residents of the district,"
said Bradley. "My staff and I
look forward to working with lo-
cal elected officials and residents
to ensure that Bradford County is
well represented in Tallahassee."
The senator's Starke office
will be staffed on Tuesday and
Thursday. Walk-ins are wel-
come or appointments can be
made by calling the office at 904-
368-3933.

Prevent
elderly abuse
Elder Floridians deserve honor
and respect, not abuse. Reaching
the golden years should be a
time to treasure grandchildren
and reminisce about the past.
Unfortunately, many older
Floridians are abused and alone.
The Florida Abuse Hotline
can help. If you know an elderly
person who is being mistreated,
neglected or harmed in any way,
call the Florida Abuse Hotline at
1-800-962-2873 day or night.
The power to prevent elder
abuse is in your hands. For
more information, contact
Elder Options (the Mid-Florida
Area Agency on Aging) at
1-800-963-5337 or options@
agingresources.org.


GLEGALS


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That PARKSIDE PLACE OF
BRADFORD COUNTY
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the


description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0019
Certificate Number: 754
Parcel Number: 02632-0-00100
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
Parcel #02632-0-00100
Beginning at the Southwest comer of
the Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 22, Township 6 South,
Range 22 East, and run thence East
on the Quarter Section line, 860 feet;
thence run North 100 feet to the point
of beginning; thence continue North
100 feet, thence East, 50 feet; thence
South 100 feet; thence west 50 feet to


the point of beginning.
Assessed To:
LILLIE M PEARCE
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, .the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 13th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY: LISA BRANNON,


DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
See LEGALS, 8A


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY. MAY 30. 2013


First-graders at Southslde Elementary School who made the A Honor Roll for the First-graders at Southside Elementary School who made the A Honor Roll for the
second and/or third nine weeks were: (front, I-r) Kensleigh Lockhart, Lindsey McCoy, second and/or third nine weeks were: (front, I-r) Ethan Nelson, Foster Smith, Kaitlyn
Allianna Stevens, Bentley VanAllen, Morgan Warren, (back, I-r) Taylor Chalker, Jaycee Woodham, (back, I-r) Madison Albritton, Torin Brazell, Brianna Brooks and Kinley
Ellison, Cole Ferguson, Della Johnson and Hagen Kadlec. Not pictured: Brenton Burkhalter. Not pictured: Abigail Casey.
Warren.


Second-graders at Southslde Elementary School who made the A Honor Roll for the
second and/or third nine weeks were: (front, I-r) Astrid Sellars, Mario Small, Kennedy
Smith, Madilyn Wilsey, Erin Little, Masey Padgett, Liam Cowart, (back, I-r) Bailey
Carbello, Macle Hamilton, Omarl James, Aallyah McCloud, Deja Miller, Bernard Nichols,
Nichalias Ringbauer and Christine Samons. Not pictured: Ell Gilliam.


LEGALS
Continued from 7A

less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
5/9 4tchg 5/30-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That TC 10U LLC
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the
description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0013
Certificate Number: 1284
Parcel Number: 05841-0-00000
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
LOT 19, BLOCK 2, KEYSTONE
CLUB ESTATES, UNIT 1, AS PER
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN
:PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES 9-10 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Assessed To:
PATRICIA POOLE BAYLESS
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 13th day of June, 2013, at
'11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
'appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
5/9 4tchg 5/30-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That TC 10 LLC
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the
description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0016
Certificate Number: 689
Parcel Number: 02359-0-00100
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
Legal Description
Parcel#02359-0-00100
A parcel of land lying in the SW 1/4
of NW 1/4 of Section 21, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, in Starke,
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of said SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and
run in a Northerly direction, along the
Easterly boundary thereof, 284 feet;


run thence West and parallel with
the Southerly boundary 27 feet,
S- -more or less, to an iron stake on
the Westerly boundary of the right-
of-way of Grand Street for point of
beginning. From point of beginning
thus described, continue West and
parallel with said southerly boundary
136 feet to an iron stake; run thence
North 0 degrees and 46 minutes
West and parallel with said Easterly
boundary, 60 feet to an Iron stake;
run thence East and parallel with said
Southerly boundary, 135 feet to an
iron stake on said Westerly boundary;
run thence South 1 degree and 43
minutes East, along said Westerly
boundary, 60.02 feet 'to point of
beginning.
Assessed To:
ALPHUNSTER T JOHNSON,
BOBBIE ANN JOHNSON
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 13th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification If the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
5/9 4tchg 5/30-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ThatTC 12 LLC
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the
description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0015
Certificate Number: 38
Parcel Number: 00382-0-00008
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
Parcel # 00382-0-00008
Legal Description
A parcel of land lying in the Northwest
1/4 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 16,
Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Bradford County, Florida, said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows;
Commence at a concrete monument
located at the Southeast corner of
the North 14 of the Southwest 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 and run South
89 degrees 19 minutes 01 seconds
West, along the Southerly boundary
thereof, 260.20 feet to a concrete
monument located on the Westerly
boundary of the right of way of County
Road 231, thence North 06 degrees
15 minutes 14 seconds West, along
said Westerly boundary, 309.46 feet
to a concrete monument located at
the beginning of a curve to the East
and having a radius of 2904.79 feet,


Third-graders at Southside Elementary School who made the A Honor Roll for the
second and/or third nine weeks were: (front, I-r) Emily Burns, Andrew Hurst, Katelynn
West, Trent Hankerson, Taylor Witt, Rachel Zheng, (back, I-r) Raven Ford, Hannah
Ferguson, Savannah Bayes, Deklan Dougherty, Parker Brobston and Eden Chalker.


thence continue Northerly, along
said Westerly boundary and along
the arc of said curve, 319.67 feet
as measured along a chord having
a bearing of North 03 degrees 08
minutes 20 seconds West to a
concrete monument located at the
Northeast corner of a parcel described
in 0. R. Book 792, Page 584 of the
public records of said County for the
Point of Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described run South
89 degrees 20 minutes 21 seconds
West, along the Northerly boundary
of said parcel, 705.89 feet to an
iron pipe located at the Northwest
comer of said parcel, thence North
03 degrees 23 minutes 50 seconds
East, 394.14 feet to the Southwest
comer of a parcel described in 0. R.
Book 326, Page 137 of said public
records, thence North 89 degrees
83 minutes 07 seconds East, along
the Southerly boundary of last said
parcel, 700,58 feet to an intersection
with me Westerly boundary of
the right of way of County Road
231, thence South 03 degrees 22
minutes 39 seconds West, along
said Westerly boundary, 221.38 feet
to the beginning of a curve concave
to the East and having a radius of
2904.79 feet, thence Southwesterly,
along said Westerly boundary and
along the arc of said curve, 169.87
feet .as measured along a chord
having a bearing of South 01 degrees
41 minutes 56 seconds West, to the
Point of Beginning.
Assessed To:
ROBERT J SMITH, SARAH SMITH
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 13th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil


Fourth-graders at Southside Elementary School who made the A Honor Roll for the
second and/or third nine weeks were: (front, I-r) Aaron Cowart, Gage Stevens, Conner
Nugent, Tyler PIttman and Colbey Baker. Fifth-graders who made the A Honor Roll for
the second and/or third nine weeks were: (back, I-r) Garfield Johns, Tavion Cox, Kelsi
Rehberg and Julia Casey.


Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
5/9 4tchg 5/30-BCT
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That TC 10U LLC
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said
certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the
description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0014
Certificate Number: 326
Parcel Number: 01116-0-00100
Year of Issuance; 2010
Description of Property:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
PARCEL#01116-0-00100
A parcel of land containing 2.50 acres
and lying in Lots 17,18, and 32 of
woodlawn, Section 10, Township 5
South, Range 22 East, as per plat
recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 17 of the public records of
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows:
The South 111.70 feet of the East
835.13 feet of Lots 17 and 18,
Excepting therefrom the East 33.0
feet. Also the North 75.0 feet of the
East 290.0 feet of Lot 32. Excepting
therefrom the East 33.0 feet.
Together with a 1979 Montebello
24 x60 foot Doublewide Mobile
Home, ID#GDLCFL1692977A and


ID#GDLCFL1692977B, RP Tag
R006169 and RP Tax #R006197
Also described as part of Tax Parcel
#01116-0-00000
Assessed To:
ALICE FAYE KEMP, ALICE F KEMP
(DEC)
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 13th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That TC 10L LLC
The holder of the following
certificates) has filed said


certificates) for the tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of issuance, the
description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
File Number: 2013-0017
Certificate Number: 864
Parcel Number: 03011-0-00100
Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
PARCEL#03011-0-00100
A parcel of land lying in the SW 1/4
of NW 1/4 of Section 28, Township
6 South, Range 22 East, Bradford
County, Florida, and being a portion
of lands described in Official Record
Book 10, page 705 of the public
records of said County; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows:
Commence at the NW comer of said
SW 1/4 of NW 1/4 and run South
89*45' East, along the Northerly
boundary thereof, 194.02 feet;
thence south 1 24' East, parallel with
the Westerly boundary of the R/W of
Orange Street, 12.00 feet to an iron
pipe on the Southerly boundary of
the RAN of Adkins Street (formerly
Eighth Street); thence South 89o45'
East, along said Southerly boundary,
65.11 feet to an iron pipe for Point of
Beginning. From Point of Beginning
thus described continue South
89045' East, along said Southerly
boundary 66,73 feet to an iron pipe
on the Easterly boundary of parcel
described in Official Record Book 10,
Page 705;
thence South 2004' East, along the
Easterly boundary of said parcel,
100.00 feet to the SE corner thereof;
thence North 89'45'40" West, along

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the Southerly boundary of said
parcel. 67.25 feet to an iron pipe;
thence North 1l45'18" West, 100.00
-,..fet to the Point of Beginning. Subject
k covenants. Restrictions and
"'Esements of Record
Assessed To:
JOHNATHAN WILLIAM HOLT,
',.GENEVA YVONNE BROSKEY HOLT
All of the above property is located
in Bradford County, In the State of
Florida.
Unless such certificates) shall be
".redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 20th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
--Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
:That TC 12 LLC
_he holder of the following
eWrtificate(s) has filed said
*,rtificate(s) for the tax deed to
; issued thereon. The certificate
mber(s) and year of issuance, the
Description of property, and name(s)
in which it is assessed are as follows:
;File Number: 2013-0018
-Certificate Number: 52
:Parcel Number: 00456-0-00100
;Year of Issuance: 2010
Description of Property:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
SRARCEL#00456-0-00100
)36 4S 21 S1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4
LYING W OF RD. EX: COM NW COR
SN1/2 NE1/4 OF NW1/4 OF SECTION
1 5S 21E, N0036'14" W331.67',
!THENCE N8900'36"E 235.21' TO
POB. N89"00'36"E 310' TO W BNDY
OF CR-125, S0341'15"W 225', RUN
S89*00'36"W 299', N0053'12"W
t225' TO POB. BEING 1.60 ACRE.
DESC OR 1325.PAGE 493.
Assessed To:
:VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND
; FINANCE INC
;All of the above property is located
'in Bradford County, In the State of
.Florida.
Ifnless such certificates) shall be
redeemed according to Law, the
property described in such certificate
or certificates will be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the BRADFORD
-COUNTY COURTHOUSE, STARKE,
FL. on the 20th day of June, 2013, at
11:00 a.m.
RAY NORMAN
BRADFORD COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
BY LISA BRANNON,
DEPUTY CLERK
i'lt you are a person with a disability
,.who needs any accommodation in
-order to participate in this proceeding,
,you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
-Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
...Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
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BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS OF
BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners of Bradford
County, Florida will accept sealed
bids until 10:00 A.M. on Thursday,
June 6, 2013 at the Office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, Bradford County
.Courthouse, 945 North Temple
Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091 for the
following:
PER TON CHARGE FOR THE
REMOVAL AND HAULING OF YARD
TIASH AND VEGETATIVE WASTE
FROM THE BRADFORD COUNTY
SOLID WASTE SITE LOCATED AT
SR 100E AND CR 21B TO THE NEW
RIVER REGIONAL LANDFILL.
Bids will be opened and read aloud
at approximately 10:15 A.M. on
Thursday, June 6, 2013, or as soon
.thereafter as possible, in the County
'Commission Chambers of the
.'Bradford County Courthouse at the
-;address listed above.
.?Bids will not be valid unless received
by the deadline contained herein
and must be submitted in a sealed
envelope with "SEALED BID -
REMOVAL OF YARD TRASH"
clearly marked on the envelope
exterior. Questions concerning this
solicitation for bids should be directed
:.to the Bradford County Solid Waste
: Birector, Donny Wise, at (904) 966-
L;,212.
:.Bradford County reserves the right to
.wave defects of formality in any bid
.as well as the right to reject any or all
,bids with or without cause. Bradford
,County also reserves the right to
utilize local preference ordinance
;:2011-02.
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.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
,,.. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
.", AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA


CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-2013-CA-000088
DIVISION:
,,BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
RiPlaintiff,
T;;THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
.,;HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
.,ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
.,- CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
"ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
..MAY LOIS WILLIAMS A/K/A MAE
LOIS MCCRAY F/K/A MAE LOIS
-WILLIAMS, DECEASED;
THOMAS MCCRAY; SHENEAISE
MAELLAN WILLIAMS; UNKNOWN
TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TENANT
,'42; ALL OTHER UNKNOWN


PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES AND
ALL OTHERS WHO MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF
MAY LOIS WILLIAMS A/K/A MAE
LOIS MCCRAY F/K/A MAE LOIS
WILLIAMS, DECEASED
whose residence is unknown if he/
she/they be living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown Defendants
who may be spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or alive,
and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the
property described in the mortgage
being foreclosed herein
TO: THOMAS MCCRAY
Last Known Address:
1226-B CR 225
Lawtey, Florida 32058
Current Address: Unknown
Previous Address:
1567 NE County Road 225
Lawtey, Florida 32058
TO: ALL OTHER UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINSTANAMED DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAME
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES.,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS
whose residence is unknown if he/
she/they be living; and if he/she/they
be dead, the unknown Defendants
who may be spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, lienors,
creditors, trustees, and all parties
claiming an interest by, through,
under or against the Defendants, who
are not known to be dead or alive,
and all parties having or claiming to
have any right, title or interest in the
property described in the mortgage
eing foreclosed herein
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
property in Bradford County, Florida:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
NORTHEASTQUARTER (NE 1/4) OF
NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE 1/4)
OF SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW
1/4) OF SECTION TWENTY-FIVE
(25), TOWNSHIP FIVE (5) SOUTH,
RANGE TWENTY-TWO EAST.
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHEAST
QUARTER (NE 1/4) OF
NORTHEAST QUARTER (NE 1/4)
OF SOUTHWEST QUARTER SW
1/4, AND RUN SOUTH ZERO (0)
DEGREES AND ONE (01) MINUTE
EAST, ALONG THE WESTERLY
BOUNDARY THEREOF, THREE
(3) FEET TO AN IRON PIPE
HEREINAFTER REFERRED TO AS
IP) LOCATED ON THE SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF
WAY OF A GRADED COUNTY
ROAD FOR POINT OF BEGINNING.
FROM POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED, CONTINUE
SOUTH ZERO (0) DEGREES AND
ONE (01) MINUTE EAST, ALONG
SAID WESTERLY BOUNDARY,,
ONE HUNDRED NINETEEN AND'
THIRTEEN HUNDREDTHS (119.13)
FEET TO AN IP LOCATED ON THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF THE
RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE ROAD,
225; THENCE NORTH EIGHTY'
(80) DEGREES AND EIGHTEEN
MINUTES (18) EAST, ONE
HUNDRED FIFTY (150) FEET TO
AN IP; THENCE SOUTH ZERO (0)
DEGREES AND ONE (01) MINUTE
EAST, SIXTY- FIVE (65) FEET TO
IP; THENCE NORTH EIGHTY-NINE
(89) DEGREES AND THIRTY-
FOUR (34) MINUTES EAST, ONE
HUNDRED SEVENTY-THREE
AND FORTY-NINE HUNDREDTHS
(173.49) FEET TO AN IP; THENCE
NORTH ZERO (0) DEGREES
AND ONE (01) MINUTE WEST,
ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE AND
EIGHTY-NINE HUNDREDTHS
(159.89) FEET TO AN IP LOCATED
IN SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY
AFORESAID; THENCE SOUTH
EIGHTY-NINE (89) DEGREES
AND THIRTY-FOUR (34) MINUTES
WEST, ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY, THREE HUNDRED
TWENTY-ONE AND THIRTYFOUR
HUNDREDTHS (321.34) FEET TO
POINT OF BEGINNING
This property is located at the Street
address of: 1567 NW CR 225,
Lawtey, Florida 32058
YOU ARE REQUIREDtoserve a copy
of your written defenses on or before
June 21, 2013 a date which is within
30 days after the first publication, if
any, on Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A.,
Plaintiffs Attorney, whose address
is 350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 100,
Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442, and
file the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs Attorney,
or immediately thereafter; otherwise,
a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
This Notice shall be published once
a week for two consecutive weeks in
Bradford County Telegraph.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the court on May 13, 2013.
RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF THE COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Jacqueline Gardiner, Esquire
Jacquelyn C. Herrman, Esquire'
Elizabeth R. Wellborn, P.A.
350 Jim Moran Blvd., Suite 10
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
Telephone: (954) 354-3544
Facsimile: (954) 354-3545
Primary email: jgardiner@erwlaw.


corn
Secondary email: servicecomplete@
erlaw.com
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Alachua County Family and Civil
Justice Center, 201 East University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville, FL
32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7
days before your scheduled court
appearance, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the time
before the scheduled appearance is
less than 7 days; if you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 04 2013-CA-0027
TD BANK, N.A., etc.
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSEPH W. WHITTLE, a/k/a
JOSEPH J. WHITTLE, etal.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION/
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: JOSEPH W. WHITTLE a/k/a
JOSEPH J. WHITTLE
Last Known Address: 7565 NW
County Road 233, Starke, FL 32091-
8734
Current Address: Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Complaint to foreclose a mortgage
on real property located in Bradford
County, Florida has been filed and
commenced in this Court and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to
it on DANIEL S. MANDEL of the
Law Offices of Daniel S. Mandel,
P.A., Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address is 1900 N.W. Corporate
Boulevard, Ste. 305W, Boca Raton.
Florida 33431 and whose email
address for service of documents
is servicesmandel@gmail.com and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court within 30 days
after first publication of Notice, on or
before June 21, 2013, otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for in the Complaint,
to wit: the foreclosure of a mortgage
on the following described property:
(PARCEL 1)
A parcel of land containing 4.50 acres
and lying in the NE 1/ of the NW 1/ of
Section 26, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida;
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at an iron rod set at the
Northeast corner of said NE 14 of
NW 1/4 and run South 89 degrees
12 minutes and 49 seconds West,
along the Northerly boundary
thereof, 330.00 feet to a set iron
rod for the Point of Beginning. From
Point of Beginning thus described
run South 00 degrees 05 minutes
and 01 seconds East, parallel with
the Easterly boundary of said NE
14 of NW 14, a distance of 150.00
feet to a set iron rod; thence South
89 degrees 40 minutes 24 seconds
East, 159.95 feet to a found iron pipe;
thence South 00 degrees 31 minutes
and 11 seconds East, 120.04 feet to
a found iron pipe; thence North 89
degrees 33 minutes and 31 seconds
East, 166.09 feet to an intersection
with the Westerly boundary of the
right of way of NE 131h Street (Flume
Road); thence South 00 degrees 12
minutes and 01 seconds West, along
said Westerly boundary, 146.45 feet;
thence South 89 degrees 12 minutes
49 seconds West, parallel with
aforesaid Northerly boundary, 627.19
feet, thence North 03 degrees 42
minutes and 49 seconds East, 271.42
feet to a set iron rod; thence South 89
degrees 12 minutes and 49 seconds
West, 47.03 feet to a set iron rod;
thence North 00 degrees 05 minutes
and 01 seconds West, parallel with
said Easterly boundary, 150.00 feet
to a set iron rod; thence North 89
degrees 12 minutes and 49 seconds
East, along said Northerly boundary,
330.00 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Reserving therefrom an easement for
ingress and egress over the Northerly
15.00 feet thereof. Also: Reserving
therefrom an easement for ingress
and egress over the Westerly 30.00
feet of the Northerly 150.00 feet of the
Easterly 660.00 feet of said NE 1/ of
NW 1/4.
Also
(Parcel 2)
The East 166 feet of the following
described property:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of the Northeast quarter of the
Northwest quarter in Section 26,
township 6 South, Range 22 East,
and run West along the North line
of the said Northeast quarter of
Northeast of Northwest quarter a
distance of 330.00 feet, thence run
South and parallel to the East line
of the said Northeast quarter of
Northwest quarter a distance of 150
feet, thence run East and parallel to
the North line of the said Northeast
quarter of Northeast quarter a
distance of 330 feet to the East line
of the said Northeast quarter of the
Northeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter, and thence run North along
the said line a distance of 150 feet
to the point of beginning, all being in
Section 26, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, the same being a parcel of
land 330 feet and West and 150 feet
North and South, and containing 1.13
acres, more or less.
And
Section 26, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida.
To be more particularly described
as follows: Commence at the NE
corner of the West 1/2 of said Section,
and run South 150.0 feet for point of
beginning. Thence continue south
120 feet, West 166 feet, North 120
feet, East 166 feet, to the point of
beginning. All in the NE % of the NW
. Together with all improvements
existing theron. Verified by: drs/ejn
Street address: 16204 NE 17th
Avenue. Starke. FL 32091
NOTE: PURSUANT TO THE FAIR
DEBT COLLECTION PRACTICES
ACT YOU ARE ADVISED THAT THIS
LAW FIRM IS DEEMED TO BE A
DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING
TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE
USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Bradford County, Florida this
13 day of May, 2013.
RAY NORMAN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA


GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 13000169CAAXMX
21 st Mortgage Corporation
Plaintiff,
vs.
Richard Eugene Lancaster a/k/a
Richard Lancaster; Unknown Spouse
of Richard Eugene Lancaster a/k/a
Richard Lancaster;
Unknown Tenant #1; Unknown
Tenant #2
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO:
RICHARD EUGENE LANCASTER
A/K/A RICHARD LANCASTER
Last Known Address:


11818 North East Street
Brooker, FL 32622
and
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF RICHARD
EUGENE LANCASTER A/K/A
RICHARD LANCASTER
Address Unknown, if any
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property in Bradford
County, Florida:
Lots 11 and 12, Block 14, Ward
City, Section 8, Township 7 South,
Range 20 East, BRADFORD County,
Florida.
Together with 2008 Nobility
Manufactured Home, Kingswood
Model, 36X24 and having serial
numbers N8-13330-A and N8-
13330-B.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Yashmin Chen-Alexis, Esquire, Brock
& Scott, PLLC., the Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is 1501 N.W. 49th
Street, Suite 200, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
33309, on or before June 13, 2013,
and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on
the Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint petition.
DATED on May 17, 2013
RAY NORMAN
AS CLERK OF THE COURT
By Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-743
EVERBANK, a Federal Savings
Bank, successor by merger to
FIRST ALLIANCE BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN P. QUARLES and
KATHERINE M. QUARLES, husband
and wife; and HOSEBUSTERS
IRRIGATION &
LANDSCAPING, INC., an
administratively dissolved Florida
corporation,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure entered
in the above-captioned action, on
April 17, 2013, I will sell the property
located in Bradford County, Florida
and described as:
DESCRIPTION PARCEL A AS
PREPARED BY THIS SURVEYOR
A parcel of land lying Lots, 2,3, 14,
and 15 of Woodlawn, Section 17,
Township 5 South, Range 22 East
as per plat recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 17 of the Public Records of
Bradford County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows;
Commence at an iron rod found at the
intersection of the Northerly boundary
of the right of way of County Road 125
with the Easterly boundary of said
Section 17 and run North 84 degrees
19 minutes 45 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 1008.22
feet to a found iron rod for the Point
of Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described, continue
North 84 degrees 19 minutes 45
seconds West, along said Northerly
boundary, 373.23 feet to a found
iron rod; thence North 06 degrees
51 minutes 45 seconds East, 190.56
feet to a found iron rod; thence North
84 degrees 19 minutes 46 seconds
West, 25.00 feet to a found iron rod,
thence North 05 degrees 40 minutes
15 seconds East, 203.11 feet to a set
iron rod; thence North 00 degrees
33 minutes 51 seconds East, 485.29
feet to a set iron rod; thence North
02 degrees 46 minutes 51 seconds
East, 146.47 feet to an iron rod set
on the Northerly boundary of said
Lot 3, thence North 88 degrees 32
minutes 20 seconds East, along
said Northerly boundary and along
the Northerly boundary of said Lot
2, 448.31 feet to a found iron rod;
thence South 05 degrees 40 minutes
15 seconds West, 1078.93 feet to the
Point of Beginning. Containing 9.84
acres, more of less.
DESCRIPTION PARCEL I AS
PREPARED BY THIS SURVEYOR
A parcel of land lying partly in Lots 1,
2, 15, and 16 of Woodlawn in Section
17, and partly in Lot 8 of Woodlawn in
Section 16, Township 5 South, Range
22 East, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 17 of the public
records of Bradford County, Florida;
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at an iron rod found at
the Northwest corner of said Section
16 for the Point of Beginning and
run South 89 degrees 44 minutes 28
seconds East, along the Northerly
boundary thereof, 176.48 feet to a
found concrete monument; thence
south 01 degree 23 minutes 47
seconds East, 66-1.41 feet to an
iron rod found on the Southerly
boundary of said Lot 8; thence South
89 degrees 56 minutes 34 seconds
West, along said southerly boundary,
182.23 feet to an iron rod found
on the Westerly boundary of said
Section 16; thence South 01 degree
50 minutes 33 seconds West, along
said Westerly boundary, 534.97 feet
to an iron rod found on the Northerly
boundary of the right of way of County
Road 125; thence North 84 degrees
20 minutes 24 seconds West, along
last said southerly boundary, 442.81
feet to a set iron rod; thence North
04 degrees, 05 minutes 23 seconds
East 389.20 feet to a set iron rod;
thence North 84 degrees 20 minutes
49 seconds West, 554.49 feet to a
set iron rod; thence North 05 degrees
40 minutes 22 seconds East, 689.73
feet to an iron rod set on the Northerly
boundary of said Section 17; thence
North 88 degrees 31 minutes 43
seconds East, along said Northerly
boundary, 935.88 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 23.05 acres, more or less.
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the front door of


the Bradford County Courthouse, in
Starke, Bradford County, Florida in
accordance with Chapter 45, Florida
Statutes, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on the
11 day of July, 2013.
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.
Dated: 5-17,2013.
Ray Norman
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Tressie Harley
As Deputy Clerk
McCorvey & Myers
A Partnership of Professional Entities
1912 Hamilton Street, Suite 204
Jacksonville, Florida 32210
(904)388-4030
NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS WITH A
DISABILITY


Individuals wit
need a reason
to participate in
entitled, at no c
of certain assist
ADA Coordinat
Courthouse, 2
Avenue, Room
Florida 32601;
352-337-6237
(7) days prior
you are hearing
please call 711.


th disabilities who contractors who plan to bid.
able accommodation S.R.E.C., Inc. requires each
i this proceeding are contractor to be properly licensed,
cost, to the provision carry general liability insurance of at
tance. Please contaopt least $1,000,000.00, POI (Pollution
tor, Alachua County :Occurrence Insurance) and Workers
01 East Unjyvrsity Coinp Insurance (No Exemptions)
n 410, Gainesville, during construction.
or orally by phone at Original bids for these units will be
not later than seven due by 12:00 noon June 5, 2013,
to the proceeding. If at S.R.E.C., Inc. Outreach office,
g or voice impaired, 1210 Andrews Circle, Starke, Florida
32091. Please mark envelope "Sealed
5/23 2tchg 5/30'BCT 'Bid for Name of Homeowner". Bids
are to be opened and awarded June


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 5, 2013 at 12:30 p.m.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN S.R.E.C., Inc. has the right to reject
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, any and ail bids. The bids will be
FLORIDA awarded on the most cost effective
CIVIL ACTION basis.
CASE NO.: 04-2011-CA-000101, Some of the BATCH(s) May
DIVISION: CONTAINS HOMES THAT WERE
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO 1978,
Plaintiff, AND MAY CONTAIN LEAD- BASED
vs. PAINT.
EVA L. ATWOOD A/K/A EVA LYNN 5/30 Itchg-BCT
ATWOOD, et al,
Defendantss. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
NOTICE OF RESCHEDU1I6F SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
FORECLOSURE SALE LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Lien arid intent to sell these vehicles
pursuant to an Order Rescheduckng on 06/11/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
Foreclosure Sale dated May 14, US Hwy 301 N.
2013 and entered in Case NO. STAR E, FL 32091-0314, pursuant
04-2011-CA-000101 of the Ciu. to subsection 713.78 of the Florida
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial ~irut 'itattes. SPRATLIN TOWING &
in and for BRADFORD Cournti, RECOVERY, LLC. reserves the right
Florida wherein WELLS FARGO to accept or reject any and/or all bids.
BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff and EVA i FTDF17W4/NA72202 1997 FORD
L. ATWOOD A/K/A EVA LYNN 1G1GZ11Z1HR1179481987
ATWOOD; UNITED STATES OF CHEVROLET
AMERICA ON BEHALF OF U.S. C L5/30 1tchg-BCT
DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT MIDDLE; NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
CAMPUS USA CREDIT UNION,; SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
are the Defendants, The Clerk of LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure of
the Court will sell to the highest and Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
best bidder for cash at FRONT HALL on 06/13/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
OF THE BRADFORD COUNTY US Hwy 301 N.,
COURTHOUSE, 945 NORTH. Starke FL 32091 STARKE, FL
TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE, 32091-0314, pursuant to subsection
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 AM; on the 713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
13 day of June, 2013, the following SPRATLIN TOWIMG & RECOVERY,
described property as set forth in said LLC. reserves the right to accept or
Final Judgment: reject an and/or all bids.
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN 2FAFP71W64X106340 2004 FORD
THE NORTHEAST 1/4 QF TH 5/30 itchg-BCT
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION l
35, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, NOTICE
RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD This notice will serve as official
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL notification that as of JUNE 30, 2013,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY our Starke, FL store located at 1250
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: Andrews Rd Suite B Starke Florida
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 4 INCH 32091 will be CLOSING.
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NORTHWEST 1/4 FOR A DISTAN. nmer is 1-877-425-1969.
OF 111.96 FEET TO A SET -Th Gainesville location phone
INCH IRON ROD LOCATED ON number is 352-333-2525.
THE SOUTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE A always your records are available
OF SOUTHEAST 105TH STP E .' to you upon written request at:
THENCE RUN NORTH 86DE k -: ~. s Healthcare Services
36 MINUTES 04 SECONDS W Atte:'A ntion- Medical Records
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE POBex 160
SAID SOUTHEAST 105TH STR-- Va, dasta Ga 31603.
FOR A DISTANCE OF 280.87 .ET .Shouldyou have further questions,
TO A SET 1/2 INCH IRON -tOD;A ise don't hesitate to contact us at
THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DEGF EE .the above number.
33 MINUTES 43 SECONDS WEFST,Tha you for your business, and
FOR A DISTANCE OF 50.18 FEET we look forward to continuing your
TO A SET 1/2 FEET IRON .RQD medical service needs!
LOCATED ON THE NORTH RGl HT- 5/30 4tchg 6/20-BCT
OF WAY LINE SAID 105TH STREET; 9
THENCE RUN NORTH 01 DEGREE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
33O MINUTES,3-SECQNDS. WFST, oF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
,'TOk DASEN"CEB.D ,ORS THE CIRQUIT-JN AND FOR BRADFORD
'TO A"SET tRON OD- FOR THE "COUNTY FLORIDA
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM CASE NO.: 04-2013-DR-199
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS IN RE: The Marriage of
DESCRIBED, CONTINUE NORTH CARLOSE.TRENT,
01 DEGREE 33 MINUTES 43 Husband,
SECONDS WEST, FORADISTANCE 4n
OF 200.05 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH DAWN M. TRENT,
IRON ROD: THENCE RUN SOUTH wf
89 DEGREES 30 MINUTES 24 NOTICE OF ACTION
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF. .. DAWN M.TRENT
254.50 FEET TO A SET 1/2 INCH. t ASTKNOWN RESIDENCE: 13812
IRON ROD LOCATED ON THE N E. 262nd LOOP, Raiford, Florida
WEST RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF T4- CURRENT RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
SAID SOUTHEAST 17m AVENUE;, YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01 DEGREE of Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
33 MINUTES 59 SECONDS EAST, has been filed against you, in the
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY FOR above-styled Court. You are required
A DISTANCE OF 200.05 FEET TO A, to serve a copy of your written
SET 1/2 INCH IRON ROD; THEN ,-ponse to TERENCE M. BROWN,
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 30 WN & SEXTON, attorney for the
MINUTES 24 SECONDS WEST. Husband, 486 North Temple Avenue,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 254.51 FEET Post Office Box 40, Starke, Florida,
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. 32091, on.or before June 30, 2013,
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL and file the original with the Clerk
BEING A PORTION OF THE LEGAL of the Court, either before service
DESCRIPTION RECORDED IN on the above-named attorney or
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 272, immediately thereafter, otherwise a
PAGES 12 default will be entered against you for
AND 13, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS the relief demanded in the petition.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA. WITNESS my hand and official seal
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE of this Court, on this 3 day of April,
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS A 2013.
FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE BROWN & SEXTON
THERETO; 2003 SCHT HS, Post Office Box 40
ID NOS. HINC05536296A/ Starke, Florida 32091
HINC05536296B'AND TITLE NOS. Voice: (904) 964-8272
92152776/92152855 Facsimile: (904) 964-3796
A/K/A 15068 SE 17m AVENUE, Fla. Bar No.: 0289612
STARKE, FL 32091 Attorney for the Husband
Any person claiming an interest in pleadings@brownandsextonlaw.com
the surplus from the sale, if any, other' 5/30 4tchg 6/20-BCT
than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
claim within sixty (60) days after the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
sale. Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of Statutes, notice is hereby given that
this Court on May, 17, 2013. the undersigned, Sheila A. Frank
Ray Norman 21967 NW85reAve. Starke, FL32091,
Clerk of the Circuit Court sole owner, doing business under the
By: Casey Brunt firm name of: Toppers 21967 NW 85th
Deputy Clerk Ave. Starke, FL 32091, intends to
Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L. register said fictitious name under the
P.O. Box 25018 aforesaid statute. Dated this 28 day
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018 of May, 2013, in Bradford County.
"*See Americans with Disabilities Act 5/30 itchg-BCT
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in PUBLIC NOTICE
order to participate in this proceeding, The Bradford County School Board
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to will hold a Public Hearing on June 10,
the provision of certain assistance. 2013, 5:30 P.M. to present changes to
Please contact the Clerk of Court, the 2013-2014 Student Progression
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke, Plan and Winter 2013 Changes/
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working Updates to School Board Policies
days of your receipt of this notice; if #3.12 Public Information and
you are hearing or voice impaired, Inspection of Records
call 1-800-955-8771 #5.02 Homeless Students
5/23 2tchg 5/30-BCT #680 Personnel Files


NOTICE
The City, of Lawtey Charter Revision
Committee will be conducting a
meeting on June 4, 2013 at 6 p.m.
at Lawtey City Hall, 2793 Lake St.
Lawtey, FL. 32058. All interested
parties are invited to attend.
5/30 1tchg-BCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. will hold
a pre-bid conference and walk-thru
for the weatherization work of ten (10)
single-family dwellings participating in
the Bradford County Weatherization
Program.
This meeting will be held May 31,
2013, beginning at 8:00 a.m. at
S.R.E.C., nc, Outreach office, 1210
Andrews Circle, Starke, Florida
32091.
The conference and walk-thru
is mandatory, no exceptions, for


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Pursuit to 715.109, 715.115 FS
Date & Time: June 13, 2013 at
10:00 am
Location: 1000 S. Water Street
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Retired Lt. Col. Jim Bloodworth (foreground) speaks about the Korean War at the
Camp Blanding Memorial Day observance. Pictured in the background are Chaplain
Billy Stroud and Lt. Col. Gray Johnson.


Korea remembered in Blanding

Memorial Day ceremony


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
During a time set aside to
remember those who gave their
lives in service of this country,
Jim Bloodworth, a retired
lieutenant colonel, asked the
crowd at Camp Blanding Joint
Training Center's Memorial Day
observance to especially think of
those who fought in a war that
they were really unprepared for.
Bloodworth, the featured
speaker at the Camp Blanding
observance, spoke of the Korean
War, which he was a part of.
Though he knew something
about the country and what was
going on there, many others
didn't.
"Today, think back to more than
60 years ago about the suffering
our troops went through in some
of the coldest winter conditions
you can imagine and some of
the hottest," Bloodworth said.
"Also;,traveling in a country that
was mostly straight up or straight
down, made mostly of rock.
"I think you'll appreciate more
the services those individuals
gave, with many of them having
absolutely no idea what Korea
was."
Standing in front of the
Camp Blanding Memorial
Park's Korean War monument,
Bloodworth talked of the time
leading up to the war. Eyes
were focused on Germany in
the aftermath of World War II,
and the U.S. had units scattered
throughout Germany, totaling
less than 90,000 individuals,
Bloodworth said. (Hundreds
of thousands of soldiers would
occupy a particular area of
Germany during the war,
Bloodworth said.)
Meanwhile, plans for the


Rodney Hall of Theressa
stands for the closing
I prayer at the Camp
Blanding Memorial Day
observance.


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invasion of South Korea were
underway.
"While all that was taking
place," Bloodworth said,
alluding to the aftermath of war
in Germany, "Kim Il-sung, an
avowed Korean Communist, had
been placed as the puppet master
for North Korea. Ever since the


partitioning of Korea at the 38th
parallel, the Soviet Union had
brought in a tremendous amount
of military equipment and battle-
hardened soldiers from the
Manchurian area to build and

See KOREA, 2B


A love of kids and creativity


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Joy Norman believes drawings
can be expressions of how the
artists behind them are feeling,
but one doesn't need to look at a
drawing to know that whenever
Norman is at Starke Elementary
School, she's happy.
"Who couldn't like this?"
she asked a Telegraph-Times-
Monitor writer as a second-
grader proudly showed off one
of his drawings to Norman.
Norman shares her lifelong
love of drawing with students
at Starke Elementary, where she
has been volunteering for the past
five years. The school does not
offer art as part of its curriculum,
but Norman has stepped in to fill
that void.
"It's her talent," Starke
Elementary Principal Lynn
Melvin said. "She's willing to
take her time and share that with
the students."
It's no burden for the 71-year-
old Norman. She said working
with the students truly makes her
day.
"This is great," she said. "This
is what I love."
Norman said she first
volunteered to teach children art
when she was 28 or 29 and living
in Miami. Her daughter was in
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Starke Elementary second-grader Triston Kelly shows
off his drawing to volunteer art teacher Joy Norman.


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Holy Land trip full of memories

for Starke pastor, wife


BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-
,Times-Monitor

For Don McGarity, pastor
of Starke's First Presbyterian
Church, the highlight of his
recent trip to the Holy Land
was unexpected moments of
fellowship with other Christians,
even in parts of the world that are
predominantly Muslim.
McGarity and wife Bonnie
took a cruise that featured ports
of call in Cyprus, Turkey and
Israel earlier this year. They are
experienced travelers, with more
than 20 overseas trips under
their belts. After twice canceling
planned trips to Barcelona and
Venice due to family illness,
they decided on visiting the Holy
Land instead.
Despite regular reports of
hostilities in Israel, "it never
entered my mind to be fearful,"
.said Bonnie. "When you looked'
out on the Golan Heights, it
seemed so peaceful."
Yet even during their visit,
attacks continued.
"I wondered how something
dike that could happen in such
a beautiful, beautiful place,"
3Bonnie said.
Don was surprised by how
Israel is literally pushing back
the Negev Desert.
"We saw mile after mile of
-orchards covered with nets," he
-said, noting that fruit grown there
is-exported all over the world.
. The McGaritys encountered
crowds at many of the traditional
Christian sites. Of course, no one
:knows for sure where the Biblical
events they commemorate
actually occurred; -most were
chosen by St. Helen, mother of
-Constantinople, based on her
-research, hundreds of years ago.
In Cyprus, the McGaritys
-visited their first mosque.
Afterward, while searching for a
place to buy bottled water, they
_heard the strains of a familiar
hymn, "What a Friend We Have
in Jesus." Following the music to
: its source, they found an elderly
Cypriot gentleman listening to


the radio. He told them the radio
station belonged to his son, and
that they were Christians. His
church, he said, was right across
the street.
A similar surprise encounter
took place in Turkey. The
McGaritys' guide, a Christian
who had been once healed of
cancer, asked for prayers because
he was fearful of a recurrence.
In Jerusalem, the McGaritys
arrived in the Upper Room-
believed to be the site of Jesus'
last supper with his disciples-
while a group of Italian
Catholics was celebrating Mass.
At the conclusion of the service,
they sang the American hymn
"How Great Thou.Art" in their
native tongue. When the Italians
finished, the McGaritys and
their fellow travelers joined in,
singing the hymn in English.
At the Wailing Wall in
Jerusalem, which has separate
areas for prayers by women
and men, Don voiced a prayer
in Hebrew, having learned to
speak the language in seminary.
When he finished, he caught the
eye of a rabbi, a teacher of the
Torah, the Jewish holy book of
the law. The rabbi smiled at him,
and offered a hearty "amen" to
Don's prayer.
Although Don did not
advertise the fact that he is a
minister while traveling; the


Dr. Don
McGarity,
pastor'of First
Presbyterian
Church of
Starke, and his
wife, Bonnie,
enjoyed
unexpected
moments of
fellowship with
other Christians
during a trip to
the Holy Land.


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tour guide asked him to read
applicable passages from the
Bible at a number of holy
sites, including the Garden of
Gethsemane, as well the places
where the Sermon on the Mount
and the miracle of the loaves
and fishes are thought to have
occurred.
Don said the trip made many of
the Bible stories he has preached
on for years "come alive."
The group was not able to
visit Bethlehem because it is
controlled by Muslims -and
wouldn't have been safe for their
Jewish guide.
The McGaritys' trip was partly
to celebrate their 471h wedding
anniversary, which took place
in December. They have a trip
to Alaska planned for later this
year.
Both Bonnie and Don were
born and raised in Houston. They
attended the same Presbyterian
church and sang in the choir
together. Don's father worked
for the city, and his mother was
a court reporter. Bonnie's father
was a steel worker, and her
mother a homemaker.
Don didn't set out to be a
minister. His first calling was
music. When he was in the fourth
grade, his pastor helped him get
into the Houston Boys' Choir.

See PASTOR, 6B


Community input sought as

part of Envision Bradford 2023


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

What will Bradford County
look like in 2023?
,, Community members can have
a say in. answering that question
by participating in Envision
Bradford. 2023, a series of three
meetings presented by Santa Fe
College in an effort to create a
plan for boosting the county's
economy.
Meetings will be held at
the Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center, with the first
to be held Tuesday, June 11, from
10 a.m. until, 1 p.m.
"It is open to anyone in the
community who would like
to participate," said Chuck
Clemons, Santa Fe's vice
president for development.
In a letter sent out to
community members by Santa
Fe President Jackson Sasser,
Sasser wrote, "The goal is to
develop a community-based,
comprehensive economic
development plan and strategy
for the entire community."
In an interview with the
Telegraph-Times-Monitor,
Clemons added, "(Sasser) just
would like to see opportunities
be presented to the citizens of
Bradford County."
The idea behind Envision
Bradford 202.3 is to bring
members of the community
together to examine the strengths
and weaknesses of the county
and took at what the county has
to offer, Clemons said. City-
'and county-level officials will
be there, as well as other well-
known community leaders, but
SClemons encourage anyone who
is interested in being involved
t9 attend. The project will only
be strengthened by a true cross
section of the community, he
said.
Santa Fe's 'role will be as an
unbiased. 'mediator, Clemons
said. Whatever cones out of
Envision Bradford 2023 will be
the voice of the county's leaders
and citizens.
,-"This is a custom-made plan


with citizens' input being, the
only ingredient," Clemons said.
Pam Whittle, the CEO of the
North Florida Regional Chamber
of Commerce, said, "This is
definitely designed to be our
vision."
Santa Fe College, though,
will work with the community
to help make its +ision a
reality. If Envision Bradford
2023 attendees decide certain
jobs need to be created to keep.
young people from moving
away from Bradford County,,
then the college will develop a
curriculum addressing the skill
set in question, Clemons said.
"We're very excited about the
process," Clemons said, adding
that such visioningg" meetings
are utilized by many chambers
of commerce and economic
development organizations.
Wes Jurey, the president and


CEO' of the.Arlington (Texas)
Chamber of Commerce, will
serve as facilitator at the June 11
meeting.
Lunch will be served, so if
you are interested in attending,
please RSVP as soon as possible
by calling Catherine Mott at
352-395-5206 or mailing her at
catherine.mott@sfcollege.edu.
The second and third meetings
will be held July 15 and Aug.
13 during the same time period
at the Gov. Charley E. Johns
Conference Center.
If a person wants to travel
from one location to another,
it's nice to have a set of reliable
directions. Whittle said Envision
Bradford 2023 is the GPS that
will. take the county where it
wants to go.
"I just look at this as our easier
directions," she said.


establish a strong North Korean
army."
The conditions were right for
the invasion of South Korea on
June 25, 1950.
"The South Korean army was
very small," Bloodworth said.
"All of our troops had been
withdrawn in 1949, so we had
no major military force there to
put tip any kind of resistance.
We had nothing there but some
military advisory troops.
"This became an ideal time for
North Korea to strike, and strike
it did, not only with soldiers,
but with tanks, which we never
expected to see over there. After
all, South Korea had less than
20 miles of paved roads in 1950,
and what roads there were were
all gravel-graded roads if they
were graded at all."
Bloodworth said the invasion
brought about the same surprise
Americans felt when Pearl
Harbor was bombed.
"We felt like \we had been
kind of stabbed, caught with
our britches down, so to speak,"
Bloodh\orth said.
Prior to introducing
Bloodworth as the event
speaker, Lt. Col. Gray Johnson,
operations officer at Camp
Blanding, talked briefly of the


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"It cost us a lot," Bloodworth
said before adding, "We did do
one thing. We contained that
aggression. We saw South Korea
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With the Korean
War being.the
main focus
of the Camp
Blanding
Memorial Day
observance,
veterans of
that war were
asked to stand
for recognition.
Those
recognized
Included Glenn
Fox (left) of
Keystone
Heights and
Carl Wing of
Palm Coast.


to an economic powerhouse
in a democratically operated
government. Hopefully, that will
continue.
"Today, we owe a great debt to
those individuals who served in
Korea and suffered and died for
what we believed in."


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THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 3B


Recent arrests

in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
ir Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Brandon Michael Akins, 19,
of Starke was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for battery
and burglary. Bond was set at
$30,000 and he was released
May 27.
Rhonda Sue Alvarez, 41,
of Starke was arrested May
25 by Bradford deputies for
a probation violation. She
remained in jail at press time.
Ethan Etienne Anderson, 33,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 26 by Union deputies for
larceny and for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license.
Jeffrey Christopher Andrews,
27, of Starke was arrested
May 21 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication and
possession of drugs.
William Thomas Arnold Jr.,
28, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 15 by Union deputies for
possession of marijuana.
Ashley Ray Baer, 24, of
Gainesville was arrested May
22 by Bradford deputies for
robbery and assault. Bond was
set at $200,000 and she remained
in jail at press time.
Ryan Wayne Chesser, 26, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana and possession of
drug equipment. Bond was set
at $16,000 and he was 'released
May 24.
Willie Boyd Cobb, 39, of
Ocala was arrested May 25 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana, possession of
drugs, resisting an officer and
destroying evidence. Bond
'as set at $35,000 and he was
released May 25.
Roger Terry Delashmet, 38,
qf Starke was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for DCII
and for refusing to submit to a
blood-alcohol test. Rond was set
at'$4O,000 aiid-iei .remained in.
jail at press.time.
Brian Tavares Demps, 34, of
Kingsland, Ga., was arrested
May 25 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he was
released May 26.
Mark Steven Faulkner, 24, of
Starke was arrested May 24 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
.county warrant. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released May
Q5.
Cedric Montrell Faust, 32, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
24 by Starke police for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released May


25.
Kasey Matthew Ford, 19, of
lake Butler was arrested May
22 by Bradford deputies for an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he was
released May 22.
Lonnie Wayne Fortney Jr., 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested May
24 by Union deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license.
Cesar Fuentes-Castena, 40,
of Jacksonville was arrested
May 24 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drugs. Bond was
set at $20,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Christopher Wayne Fultz,
43, of Middleburg was arrested
May 22 by Starke police for
possession of drugs without a
prescription. He was released
May 23.
Jason Alexis Garcia, 20,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 20 by Union deputies for
contempt of court.
Adrian P. Gardner, .22, of
Norwich, Conn., was arrested
May 26 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. He was
released May 27.
Joshua C. Gillen, 19, of-Starke
was arrested May 15 by Union
deputies for burglary.
Donna Quarterman Gordon,
45, of Orange Park was arrested
May 24 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a,suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $500 and she
waSfteleased May 25.
Jason Griffis, 40, of
Macclenny was arrested May 24
by Bradford deputies for an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was set
at $100,000 and he was released
May 25.
Justin Michael Hill, 35, of
Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke police for sexual assault.
Bond was set at $50,000 and he
was released May 23.
Roy Shane Jackson, 41, of
Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke police for possession of
cocaine and for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $51,000
and he was released May 23.
Michael J. James, 25, of
Gainesville was arrested May 22
by Bradford deputies for assault
and robbery. Bond was set at
"206,6060and he remained in jail
at press time.
Christopher Lee Jenkins, 40,
of Lake Butler was arrested May
24 by Union deputies for dealing
in stolen property, burglary,
battery and larceny.
Justin Shoumond Johnson,
27, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 15 by Union deputies for
selling cocaine, failure to appear
and possession of cocaine.
David Christopher Johns,
52, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 9 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
Timothy Jones, 41,'of Lake
Butler was arrested May 21 by
Union deputies for an out-of-


county warrant. Bond was set at
$60,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Johnny Harris Elvis Jeffrey,
23, of Starke was arrested May
24 by Bradford deputies for
larceny. Bond was set at $15,000
and he was released May 24.
Kanetra Noelle Jenkins, 22, of
Hampton was arrested May 24
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released May
25.
Sheryl Louanne Johnson, 19,
of Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke police for possession of
drugs and possession of cocaine.
Bond was set at $16,000 and she
was released May 24.
Timothy Jones, 41,.of Lake
Butler was arrested May 21 by
Union deputies for an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set at
$60,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Danna Rena Law, 37, of Lake
City was arrested May 25 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $1,500
and she was released May 25.
Brenda Mack, 48, of Lawtey
was arrested May 25 by Bradford
deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. She was released May
25.
Dylan Thomas Manning, 19,
of Brooker was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,500 and he was released
May 26.
James Anthony McCarter,
35, of Keystone Heights was
arrested May 25 for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released May 25.
Angela Marie McClellan,
34, of Starke was arrested May
24 by Bradford deputies for
possession of synthetic narcotics
and selling synthetic narcotics.
Bond was set'at $25,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Chad Everett McKenzie, 35,
of Starke was arrested May
27 by Bradford deputies for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $2,500 and he was
released May 27.
Andre Milledge, 52, of
Jacksonville was arrested
May 25 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $10,000 and he
was released May 25.
Tywann Tyrell Mills, 34, of
Lawtey was arrested May 22 by
Bradford deputies for a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Jessica Nail, 20, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 23 by
Clay deputies for a probation
violation.
Melissa Michele Nelson, 30,
of Raiford was arrested May 8
by Union deputies for failure to
appear.


Erica Ordonez, 32, of
Savannah, Ga., was arrested
May 24 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license. She
was released May 25.
Bias Alexander Padilla-
Matute, 33, of Jacksonville was
arrested May 24 by Bradford
deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. He was released May
25.
Crystal Brielle Pinckney, 19,
of Starke was arrested May 26
by Starke police for .assault.
Bond was set at $2,500 and she
was released May 28.
Robert Rigby, 27, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 27 by
Clay deputies for a probation
violation.
Jerry Jerome Roberts, 55, of
Lake Butler was arrested May 11
by Union deputies for attaching
a tag not assigned and driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license.
Michael Wayne Roberts, 28,
of Starke was arrested May 26
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license, resisting an
officer and failure to appear.
Bond was set at $65,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Charles Roland, 30, of
Jacksonville was arrested
May 23 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time:
Don Edward Rosier, 50, of
Starke was arrested May 23
by Starke police for disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Tiffany Rowland, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 26 by Clay deputies for
aggravated assault with a motor
vehicle, grand theft auto, fleeing
and eluding, driving with a
suspended, expired or revoked
license, aggravated child abuse,
reckless driving and resisting a
law enforcement officer.
Joshua Russell, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 27 by Clay deputies for
vandalism.
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Union deputies for driving with
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Shawne David Seiberling, 19,
of Raiford was arrested May 15
by Union deputies for burglary.
Robert Todd Sheldon, 48,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 11 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication, assault
on an officer, firefighter or EMT
and making a false 911 call.
Robert Earl Simmons, 54,
of Starke was arrested May 24
by Starke police for resisting
an officer and disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released May
26.
Linford Conrad Terry, 61, of
Starke was arrested May 22 by
Starke Police for possession of
cocaine and possession of drug
equipment. Bond was, set at
$16,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Michael Anthony Thomas,
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Kimberly Tuten, 41, .of
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license. Bond was set at $10,000
and she remained in jail at press
time.
Jason Michael Wells,- 26,
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May 26 by Starke police f-or
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1215, Starke, FL 32091-1215.
The phone number at Post 56 is
904-964-8645.
Very respectfully,
William E. Dampier
Flag project coordinator/past
Commander


Donations 352-235-159
help American Death is too
Legion with often a course
annual flag of action


project


Sandra McGrath and Frank Rigdon

Rigdons celebrate 50 years


Frank and Sandra McGrath
Rigdon will be celebrating their
501 wedding anniversary. They
were married on June 7, 1963, in
Jacksonville. Frank and Sandra
are parents to sons Frank III and


C. Shane Rigdon.
I They will be celebrating
with friends, family and two
grandchildren, Carmyn and
Breanna.


Keith, Joy Tetstone to bp
honored with retirement event
The family of Keith and Joy the last 31 years. He coached
Tetstone invite you for a "sweet" football, track and baseball
time of celebration As they retire at Bradford High School and
:from their teaching careers, baseball at Bradford Middle
The retirement celebration will School. He taught at Bradford
be held from 6:30-8 p.m. on High, Bradford Middle,
Thursday, June 6, 2013, in the Southside Elementary and
Student Ministry Building at Hampton Elementary schools.
First Baptist Church of Starke. Joy has spent the last 35 years
Come by and enjoy some sweets teaching kindergarten through
as you congratulate them on eighth grades and taught at
their retirement. The couple Starke Elementary, Southside
requests no gifts. ,a'. .Lmeh'lyf and Bradford
Keith-spent six years of active- '-Middle schools. For the last
duty in the U.S. Navy and Florida nine years, Keith and Joy have
National Guard, and also taught both been employed with the
physical education, science and Clay County School System at
instructional technology for Wilkinson Elementary.


Dear Editor:
During the month of April,
members of local American
Legion Post 56 in Starke
purchased grave-marker flags
to be placed on the gravesites
of marked veterans' graves in
Bradford County and at Kingsley
Lake Baptist Church Cemetery.
Many donations for the
purchase of these special
flags were received from local
members of our extended
community and also from many
veterans and family members of
veterans.
On Saturday morning, May
25, several members and
leaders of Starke Troop 70, Boy
Scouts of America, completed
the countywide installation of
these flags at the Crosby Lake
Cemetery west of Starke. More
than 1,650 marker flags were
placed throughout Bradford
County and at Kingsley Lake
Cemetery this year. Donations
for this annual labor of respect
are gratefully acknowledged and
sincerely appreciated.
If you know of any marked
veteran's gravesite that was
accidentally overlooked and no
flag is present, please contact the
undersigned, and a flag will be
installed. If you know ofa veteran
who is buried in our county and
does not have a marked veteran's
grave stone, please contact the
Bradford County Veterans'
Service Officer at the Bradford
County Courthouse (904-966-
6280) for information and/
or assistance in applying for a
stone from the U.S. Veterans'
Administration.
Donations may still be made
to American Legion Post 56
on Edwards Road (Monday-
Saturday mornings 7:30-9:30)
or mailed to Post 56 at P.O. Box


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Dear Editor:
Death is increasingly being
used as the solution to many of
life's problems. It began with
Cain and Abel, and, since then,
there have been literally hundreds
of millions of examples, and
always, of course, for "good"
reasons.
Throughout history, there have
been some examples of cultures
which have actually promoted
death as a desirable and deliberate
course of action. And it's not that
death is seen as a terrible thing
by everyone else; after all, it is
inevitable. But to actually seek
to terminate an earthly existence;
that would seem to go against
human reason, as well as, "Thou
shalt not kill."
Murder, suicide, war, etc.,
have usually been regarded as
repugnant by mankind. But no
more. The world-including
the United States-has made a
drastic change in its outlook on
death. We now promote killing
as an everyday event in order
to get what we want. How else
would one explain the 56 million
unborn Americans who have
been legally murdered since the
early '70s. Our culture does not
condemn these deaths. In fact,
they are defended, promoted and
even financially assisted by our
own government. And that is just
the beginning.
Assisted suicide is a growing
phenomenon in our world, in
many cases promoted by those
in the medical profession; those
who "...first do no harm."
It has always been OK to kill .
for the right reasons, such as self-
defense and justified 'war. But
now there are more and more


"right" reasons to terminate a
life. And there are more to come.
How long will it be before
we decide that the terminally
ill, the mentally ill and all
other "unproductive" beings
are an unreasonable drain on
our resources? How many
Americans are even aware that
there are discussions taking
place among ethicists which
would lead to a mother with a
born child legally having that
baby killed if, for example, he/
she were diagnosed with some
serious medical condition?


The door has been thrown
open. There have always been,
and always will be, individuals
who are ready to do anything for
their own wants or advantage.
Unless we as a culture close that
door, there is nothing to keep it
from growing wider and wider.
What we are doing is showing
our children that killing is just ,
one more way to get what you
want. Don't be surprised if they
learn that lesson well.
Leonard C. Young
Keystone Heights
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Norma
Benner-Sutton
LAWTEY-Norma Irene Ben-
ner-Sutton, born on Feb. 25, i960,-
was called home by our Lord on
Wednesday, May 1,2013.
Daughter, sister, wife, mother,
grandmother, aunt and friend, many
roles fulfilled by one very special
and beautiful soul, who will be
missed beyond what mere words
can express. Survived by her moth-
er, Zora, four sisters, Elaine, Joyce,
Debbie and Theresa, four broth-
ers, Bill Jr., Billy Charles, Lewis
and Tony, her children, Charlie,
Yvonne, Jason, Shaun and Kim,
and her grandchildren, Cierra, Kiah,
Gus, Ryan, Cody, Katelyn, Caro-
lyn, Bethany, Jonathan, Kaden, Ian,
Dominick and Ryan, as well as over
20 nieces and nephews. Her hus-
band, Donald, had gone home to the


Lord just three short years ago.
A brief memorial service was
held at Firs l Baptist Church of Mac-
clenny on May 26.
There will be a picnic at LawIcy
Park on Saturday, June 8, to eel-
ebrate her.
Her favorite saying was, "I'm
too blessed to be depressed and too
anointed to be disappointed." Ev-
eryone please remember this.
PAID OBITUARY

Louise Booth
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Lou-
ise Fountain Booth, 93, of Keystone
Heights died Friday, May 24, 2013,
at Bradford Terrace Nursing Home
in Starke.
She was born March 18, 1920,
in Twiggs County, Ga., to the late
James and Maudie (Asvell) Foun-
tain, and had been a resident of
Keystone Heights since 1982, mov-
ing from the Miami area. She was
a nurse at Bradford Terrace before
she retired. She was also a member
of St. William Catholic Church in
Keystone Heights.
Her husband, John C. Booth, pre-
ceded her in death in 1985.
She is survived by: sons Pete (Ja-
mie) Booth of Keystone Heights.
Anthony (Martha) Booth of Bethes-
da, Md., and John (Patricia) Booth
of London, Ontario, Canada; six
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
A visitation will be held on
Thursday, May 30, at Jones-Galla-
gher Funeral Home from 5-7 p.m.
Funeral services will be Friday,
May 31,2013,at 11 a.m. at St. Wil-
liam Catholic Church with Father
Mike Williams officiating. Burial
will follow at Keystone Heights


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BRANDON-Joseph Anth6ny
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Michigan, on Oct. 19, 1932, to the
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na Russo Candela. He retired from
the United States Navy after 26
years of dedicated service, where
he served in the Korean War. Jo-
seph also retired from GTE/Verizon
Communications.
Joseph is survived by: his loving
wife of 57 years, Geraldine Carter
Candela of Starke; his children,
Mike Candela and Denise Candela;


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Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, May 30, at I 1 a.m. at Ar-
chic Tanner Funeral Services. The
family will receive friends an hour
prior to the service.
Interment will follow at Conner
Cemetery.
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PAID OBITUARY

Donna Keener
HAMPTON-Donna Johnson
Keener, 51, of Hampton died Thurs-
day, May 23,2013, at her residence.
She was born on Sept. 7, 1961, in
Starke and was a lifelong area resi-
dent. She worked for A Bradford
Plus Insurance Agency and was
raised a Baptist.
She is survived by: her husband
of 25 years, Roger Johnson of
Hampton; children Chris (Carmel-
la) Johnson of Melrose, Brian (Re-
becca) Nugent of Starke and Brandi
Hart of Hot Springs, N.C.; parents
Marie and Otis Melton of Starke;
father Fred Johnson of Hampton;
siblings Monna Nugent of Key-
stone Heights, Marlana (Ronny)
Pinkston of Worthington .Springs,
Malinda (Jason Crosby) Melton of
Starke, Kaitlyn (Reuben) Harper of
Melrose, David (Robin) Johnson of
Hampton and Daniel Johnson and
Marty Johnson, both of Starke; and
nine grandchildren.
A celebration of life service was
held on May 27 at Donna's Home.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Jones Gallagher Fu-
neral Home to assist with expenses.

Lory Rochelle
STARKE-Lory Jean Rochelle,
34, of Starke died suddenly on
Tuesday. May 21, 2013.
She was born on Sept. 12, 1978,
in Tampa and moved to Starke from
Largo. She was a homemaker and of
the Baptist faith.


S Her father, Albert Almy, preced-
ed her in death.
She is survived by: her husband,
Freddie Lee Rochelle Jr. of Starke;
children Eian Weeks, Chloe Weeks
and Kyle Cartwright, all of Hudson;
mother Deenna (Fernandez) Rich-
ardson of Hudson; and sister Christy
Almy of Port Richey.
Memorial services will be held at
a later date at First Baptist Church
of Port Richey.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.


William Scott
William Scott
STARKE-William "Lamar"
Scott, 78, of Starke, went home to
be with the Lord on Tuesday, May
28,2013.
He was born in Cairo, Ga., on
June 23, 1934, to the late William
"Bill" Taylor Scott and Jeruthea
Willis Scott. Lamar retired from
Dupont 24 years ago after 32 years
of dedicated service. Lamar also at-
tended Victory Revival Center in
Starke.
He was preceded in death by son
Michael Eugene Scott.
Lamar is survived by: his lov-
ing wife of 58 years, Juanita Rho-
den Scott of Starke; his children,


Jimmy (Martha) Scott of Starke
and Lisa (Mike) Scott Brannon of
Starke; his brother, Charles Scott .
of Starke; his sisters, Marilyn (Ray) ')i
Black and Carolyn (Bobby) Sells; ..
his nine grandchildren; 15 great-
grandchildren; and numerous rffeces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
.Friday, May 31, at 11 a.m. at Archie -
Tanner Funeral Services with Pas-
tor Randall Griffis and Pastor Les- ':.
ter Austin officiating. Interment will
follow at Santa Fe Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
Thursday, May 30, from 6 p.m. to 8
p.m. at the funeral home. "
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Sidney Todd
LAKE BUTLER- Sidney Todd,
88, of Lake Butler, died Sunday, .Z'
May 26, 2013,.at Suwannee Valley
Haven Hospice after an extended
illness.
He was born in Union County on
Nov. 24, 1924, to the late Isiah and
Nita Todd. He lived all of his life
in Union County and was a farmer
for many years as well as a Union --:"
County commissioner for 20 years..
He was a member of Sardis Baptist
Church.
He was preceded in death by: his
wife of 60 years, Letha Todd; and
four brothers, Bennett Todd, Ken-
neth Todd, Theodore Todd and Ray
Todd.
He is survived by: children Shir- -
ley (Jeff) Taylor, Lanita (Lonnie)
Combs, Janice (David) Kelley and
George (Kathy) Todd, all of Lake
City, Sidney E. Todd of Lake Butler
and Dean (Helen) Todd of Geor-
gia; brothers Mallie (Manda) Todd
of Lake Butler, Vernon Todd of
Starke, David Todd of Worthington
Springs and Frank Todd of Beulah,
Ga.; sisters Sadie (Bobby) Davis
and Carolyn (Danny) Greek, both of '"
Lake Butler; 16 grandchildren; and
27 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were conducted
on May 29 at Sardis Baptist Church
with Rev. Paul Osteen officiating. .
Internment followed in Elzey
Chapel Cemetery.
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Starke Kiwanis

raises 'duck' bucks
The Kiwanis Club of Starke held Its annual
duck race on May 8, which resulted In a
total of $1,393 being raised for its following
sponsored clubs: K-Kids (Starke Elementary
School), Builders Club (Bradford Middle
School), Key Club (Bradford High School) and
Aktion Club (Arc of Bradford County). ABOVE:
Pictured (1-r) are first-place winner Hunter
Walker, Aflac's Joel Toigo, an event sponsor,
Kiwanis President Sherry Ruszkowski and
second-place winner Julee Tinsler. Phillip
Johns, the third-place winner, is not pictured.
The cash prizes were $200, $150 and $100.
LEFT: Noah Neats (left) and Preston Neats
watch as the ducks float down Alligator Creek.


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ART
Continued from 1B


the third grade, and her school
didn't have an art program.
Helping with her daughter's
class grew into something more.
"I would be drawing with the
kids, and teachers found out,"
Norman said. "It just snowballed
from there."
Norman, who has lived
in Bradford County the last
37 years, also taught art as
a volunteer at Southside
Elementary School, the Bradford
County Public Library and the
United Methodist Church of
Starke.
It may not result in a
paycheck, but as far as Norman
is concerned, what she does is
a career. In response to people
asking why she volunteers, she
replies, "I get hugs. That makes
you feel good. Being around
kids, that keeps you a little bit
younger. I love kids."
When she first works with
a group of students, Norman
says she shows them just how
easy drawing can be. She
demonstrated while being
interviewed for this story by
pulling out a piece of paper and
drawing a circle. She then drew
a series of hearts around the
circle, with the pointed ends of
the hearts touching the circle.
A stem and a few simple leaves
later, and Norman had a picture
of a flower.
"Everybody can draw
a flower," Norman said.
"Everybody can."
One of the things Norman
likes to do with children is to get
them to draw characters from
books. For example, she recently
worked with a class of second-
graders on drawing spiders and
assorted bugs featured in the
book "Miss Spider's Tea Party."
Norman then read the book to
the class.
Replicating drawings from


Joy Norman
gives some
assistance
': to student
McKenzie
Griffis as she
attempts to draw
characters from
the book "Miss
Spider's Tea
Party."





books is something Norman
likes to do personally. She said
it's a challenge to see if she can
get her drawing to match the
illustration in the book.
If students' drawings don't
look exactly like the illustrations
in the book Norman is using,
that's OK. Norman said her own
drawings don't exactly match
those in books. However, over
time, anyone can improve if they
keep working on it.
"I tell all the kids, 'If you keep
drawing, that will just get you
better and better,'" Norman said.
Norman uses herself as an
example. She's been drawing
since she was a child, but she's
still seeking to perfect her skills.
In other words, she's no
different from any other artist.
"An artist is never happy with
what they do. Never," Norman
said. "They're always striving
for something a little bit more."
After a moment's thought,
Norman added, "Isn't that the
way life is? Always striving to
get better and do just a little bit
more."
In regard to what she means
to Starke Elementary and its
students, it's hard to imagine
Norman getting any better.
She helps give the students a
creative outletand nd a sense of
pride in their accomplishments


Shayne Davis enjoys his
class' art time with Joy
Norman.
as their artwork adorns walls
and windows across campus.
In fact, Norman even entered
approximately 150 student
drawings into the arts and crafts
division at this year's Bradford
County Fair.
"She's truly an asset to
our students by giving them
an opportunity to express
themselves through drawing,"
Melvin said.
Norman said if the school
will have her, she'd like to keep
teaching art for as long as she's
able. She said she doesn't feel as
if she's 71, though she admitted
she doesn't know what 71 is
supposed to feel like.
What she does know is that
sl}e feels when she's at Starke
Elementary.
"It's a good school, good
people to be around," Norman
said. "The teachers are great."
And then, there are those
proud, smiling faces belonging
to the students. Norman talked
of a project where she had the
children make Mother's Day
cards. One student was so proud
of the card he made that he not
only showed it off to school
staff, but he gave it to his mother
a week early.
Norman said that's the kind
of experience that will make
someone's day.
"The kids are great," she
said. "How could you not like
something like this? It's very
fulfilling."


Whitne' Stubbs (left) and Brianna Justice try their
hand at drawing bugs and spiders.


PASTOR
Continued from 2B

which at the time was the only
boys' choir in the U.S. One of
Don's most prized possessions
is a recording of the "Carmina
Burana" performed by the choir
under the direction of Leopold
Stokowski. The record jacket
is autographed by the great
conductor.
The trombone was Don's first
instrument, but he switched to
percussion because the only
equipment needed was a set of
drumsticks, and they were free.
He eventually landed a position
with the Houston Symphony
and played percussion and string
bass for many traveling musical
productions that came through
the area.
Even though he had a career


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in music, Don occasionally
preached in Houston-area
churches. After Don conducted
a funeral for a family member,
Bonnie's father told him he
belonged in the ministry.
Although he'd just built a
home in the suburbs for his
young family, which by this
time included a son a daughter,
Don. decided to enter Austin
Presbyterian Theological
Seminary. While there, he helped
support the family by directing
the choir and playing organ at a
local church. Bonnie contributed
by baking and decorating cakes
for special occasions.
Later, the family moved
to Chicago, where Don
completed his doctorate in 1981
at McCormick Thoelogical
Seminary.
The McGaritys served
churches in Texas until 1984,
when Don became the senior
pastor of First Presbyterian
Church in Jacksonville. In 1987,
he was called to become the
organizing and founding pastor
of Amelia Island Plantation
Chapel, an interdenominational
community church established
by the Presbytery of St.
Augustine at Amelia Island
Plantation Resort.
Unfortunately, Don was
forced into early retirement
due to heart problems. He and
Bonnie moved to Gainesville
in 1998 to be near medical
facilities. Since retirement, Don


has kept busy serving churches
in the Gainesville area, leading
ultimately to his position as
state supply pastor at First
Presbyterian Church of Starke
last year.
"The happiest I've ever been
is at small churches," Don said,
reflecting on his experiences
serving in Archer, Reddick and
Starke.
He is very proud of the Starke
church, noting that its members
"do the work-they don't just
say the words."
Don said Starke is a good fit
for him because he is a teaching
elder who can depend on the
ruling elders of the church to
take care of everything that
needs to be done and support
him in providing pastoral
care to the members and the
community. Noting the church's
founding and sustaining role
in the Bradford Ecumenical
Ministries Food Pantry, he
marvels, that there is always so
much going on in a relatively
small congregation. The church
has hosted "The Lunch Bunch"
ministry to residents of area
nursing homes for more than 20
years. Participants are treated to
a home-cooked meal and a sing-
along once a month.
The McGaritys are happy to
have found a place of service
in Starke. Quoting an old Texas
cowboy song, Don said, "It's
good to be back in the saddle."


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Starke Girl
Scouts hosting
car wash,
food drive this
SSaturday
Girl Scouts troop #1486 of
Starke is hosting a free car
wash with a donation of canned
goods this Saturday, June 1, at
Community State Bank in Starke
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
All of the canned goods
received will go to the Starke
Food Pantry.
For more information call
904-315-0913.

Saturday car
wash to benefit
Bradford
softball teams
The Bradford 12U and 8U all-
star girls' softball teams will host
a car wash this Saturday, June 1,
at Capital City Bank in Starke
from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. There
will also be a bake sale.
Funds raised will help the
teams travel to Live Oak for a
tournament next month.
Contact Ashley Sellers at 904-
796-0222 for more information.

Sheila Miller
poker run to
raise money
for ACS
The fifth annual Sheila Miller
Poker Run, a fundraiser for the
American. Cancer Society, will
take place Saturday, June 1. The
best poker hand will earn more
than $500 in prizes.
Registration is 10-11 a.m. at
Gainesville Harley-Davidson.
Riders will go to Alachua Sports
Pub and Grill, Double Deuce,
Knuckle Draggers and Timbuktu
Lounge. (Poker hands must be
submitted at Timbuktu by 4 p.m.,
rain or shine.)
There will be a 50-50 drawing,
many prize drawings and food.
Auction items may be
viewed at the event website
(www.sheilamiller.org) or at
its Facebook page, which can
be accessed through the event
website.
Each participant will receive a
T-shirt and a meal.
The entry fee is $15 per
motorcycle and $10 for each
additional rider.
For more information, please
visit the aforementioned website.

BHS to host
youth football
camp in June
The Bradford High School
Tornado Youth Football Camp
will for children in third-eighth
grades, will take place Monday-
Wednesday, June 17-19, at the
BHS gym.






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event at a cost of $75.
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programs, which offer students
a chance to enroll in fun,
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summer.
Jr. College for Kids, which
is open to rising first-fourth-
graders, will be held June 24-
28 from 8 a.m. until 1H:55 a.m.
Some of the courses available
include Basket Making, the dog-
care class Doggone Trouble,
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children 6-12.
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Student Jessica
Landon Is
pictured with
her mother,
Vera Landon,
and Vera
Landon's
fiance, Mike
James.


Student excels in Bradford

County's 8.5 program


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
-Jessica Landon made a
mistake, but the Academy of
Academics' 8.5 program at
the Bradford-Union Technical
Center allowed her the chance
to show she was serious about
making amends.
Landon made the most of
that chance, making up all the
eighth-grade credits she missed
out on and being named the 8.5
program's student of the year.
"I feel great," Landon said.
"This is amazing. It's the best
feeling I've ever had."
Landon openly talked about
her experience-showing up
drunk at Bradford Middle
School in the spring of 2012.
That's a zero-tolerance offense,
which placed her in the county's
alternative school
When the 2012-13, school year
began, Landon was enrolled
in the 8.5 program, so named
for students who shouldn't be
in eighth grade, but who aren't
ready for ninth grade. Over the
course of the year, she would
earn the most credits out of the
other students enrolled. Plus, she
had no referrals and did not miss
any days until last week, when
she missed two days because of
illness.
"I'm very proud of her," said
Landon's mother, Verna Landon.
"It's been a long year. I knew she
could do it. She just needed to
get a little'focus."
Peg Stanwix-Hay, an
Academy of Academics teacher,
said Landon quickly became
acclimated to the 8.5 setting,
but added teachers noticed a
real change in Landon after
she attended a girls' retreat at
the Montgomery Presbyterian
Conference Center.
After that, not only was Landon
succeeding in her academics, but
-he was looked upon as a leader
by the other students.
"She had been coming along
.(prior to. the retreat)," Stanwix-


Hay said, "but she just began to
blossom."
Stanwix-Hay credited former
technical center directorJim Ward
f with creating the performance-
based program, which would
evolve into the Academy of
Academics program. Wardsaw a
similar program in effect in Vero
Beach.
"In his mind, he modified it to
fit Bradford County," Stanwix-
Hay said.
It was former coordinator
Clarence DeSue who then
eventually suggested offering
something to help middle school
students, thus the creation of the
8.5 program
"(It) does so many things for
kids," "Stanwix-Hay said. "It
allows them to recover credits
from the middle school and at
the same time go ahead and earn
some credits to tuck under their
belts, so to speak, for when they
get to high school."
For example, besides making
up her eighth-grade credits,
Landon earned credits in high
school courses American
government and economics.
Stanwix-Hay can't say thanks
enough to technical center
and Bradford district-level
administrators for supporting the
entire Academy of Academics
program, which, under its broad
umbrella, allows high school
students to make up credits
as well. Plus, Stanwix-Hay
was thankful for- a line item
in the district's annual budget
named "Peg's Kids." Named
after Stanwix-Hay, Peg's Kids
is funded by tax-deductible
donations to benefit students,
whether it be purchasing a
graduating cap and gown for a
senior or paying certification
fees for an adult student at the
technical center.
"What other school district
would do something that novel,"
Stanwix-Hay asked.
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Kids, Landon is returning to
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school, going to college and
becoming successful in life due
to "one stupid mistake."
"I'm proud of myself for
doing this, for finally realizing I
can do more than what I would
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Orange jacket a nice fit


for Starke's Kniseley


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Orange Bowl committee.
If he has his way, Kniseley
will don that jacket for a long
time, saying he plans on serving
as an Orange Bowl committee
member "until they bury me in
my orange jacket, or they burn
me in it. It's a great thing. I've
met a lot of great people."
Not only has Kniseley met a lot
of people, but he has participated
in a number of different roles
in supporting the game and the
entire south Florida community.
There is so much more to the
Orange Bowl than an annual
football game. There are other
events involving such sports
as basketball, tennis, lacrosse,
swimming and sailing, as well as
a music festival.
Supporting youth is another big
role of the Orange Bowl, which
has a youth football league and
a scholarship program that has
awarded more than $1 million in
the past decade.
When you add it all up,
you find there is more to the
Orange Bowl than one night
in January. (Two nights if the
Orange Bowl is also the site of
the Bowl Championship Series
championship game.)
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orange jacket
he wears as a
member of the
Orange Bowl
committee. He
holds the two-
sided helmet-
Alabama side
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camera-that
represented
this past
season's BCS
championship
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with college football bowl
games was not with the Orange
Bowl. As a student at the
University of Florida, he got to
know Matt Morrall, who is the
son of former NFL quarterback
Earl Morrall. Morrall-"on a
whim," Kniseley said-created
the Blockbuster Bowl in 1990.
Businessman Wayne Huizenga,
a former owner of the Miami
Dolphins, as well as the Miami
Marlins and Florida Panthers
baseball and hockey teams, got
involved as well, as did friends
of Morrall's, such as Kniseley.
Kniseley said the creation of
the Bowl Championship Series,
or BCS, made it expensive
to run such a bowl through a
grassroots effort. The bowl's


rights were sold, but the Orange
Bowl approached Morrall about
joining its committee.
Morrall asked that five
people, including Kniseley, be
considered for the committee as
well. Kniseley had to serve first
on a probationary period before
being voted in as a member.
"You have to be involved
with five, six, seven, eight
committees," Kniseley said.
"You're all over the community
for three years. They vote on you
each year to make sure you're
meeting the standards.
'That's how I got involved.
It's fun."
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Bream, shellcrackers and
red bellies will be more
available around new and full
moons. Bluegills will be more
prolific with their spawn away
from the full and new moons
compared to other panfish.
Catfish in the rivers-St.
Johns, Santa Fe, Suwannee or
St. Mary's-should be more
available before peak summer
heat and during high water.
Flounder, reds and trout
should be more available before
summer's peak heat and at dawn
and dusk. Pompano, black drum,
and whiting should be available
at select places on the eastern
beaches.

River shrimp
A significant fishing tradition
in the northeast Florida
community has been summer
shrimping on- the. St. Johns,
especially in the Green Cove
Springs area. It has been noted
for several weeks that croakers
and yellow mouth trout have
congregated in the river around
Green Cove. These fish are
harbingers of the shrimp run and
portend a new quarry for local
fishermen.
Do remember, however, that
cast nets are not allowed in the
northeast counties until June 1.
Closely related to the
shrimp topic, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission has an alert out for
giant tiger prawn. This large,-
nonnative species of shrimp
was accidentally released and
has been observed on the east
and more recently on the west
coast.,The shrimp grow to 12
inches long and are darker and
appear to have strips around
their bodies. The concern is that
they will compete with the local


shrimp for resources.
Fishermen locating these
shrimp are asked to report the
information to FWC.

Bass tournaments
Union, Bradford and Clay
counties produce some of the
best bass fishermen in the state.
All you have to do is attend some
of the major tournaments in
Palatka, and you will understand
that to be true.
Palatka has some of the best
resources for bass fishing in the
state, and it is not by accident
that some of the largest bass
tournaments are held there. One
large tournament is the annual
NEFAR Tournament, which has
a 10-year history and was held
this past April. The winners of
that tournament were Wally
Johns of Starke and Richie
Barnes of Middleburg.
On May 18, the 24* annual
Wolfson Children's Hospital
Bass, Tournament was held at
the Palatka city dock on the St.
Johns River. This is the largest
freshwater team tournament
in the state, and it put more
than 400 boats on the water in
competition. Glen Barnes and
David Barnes of Starke won the
tournament. The team of Johnny
Key and Justin Bennett of Lake
Butler produced the big fish and
took eighth place. Chuck Foster
and Nick Foster of Keystone
came in ninth.
The point is that Bradford,
Union and Clay counties are
consistently well represented in
some of the more competitive
bass fishing tournaments in the
state.
The Bald Eagle Bass
Tournament was held on May
22, at the Little Santa Fe boat
ramp. Like all bass fishing,
the aggregate weights are off
somewhat since the end of


the bass spawn, but the bite
continues. The results of the
tournament are as follows:
First place-Mike Meredith
and Lester Harrison;
Second place-Tommy
Studstill and Don West;
Third place-Jason
McCellan, Clint Sheppard;
Big fish-Craig Haight and
Kelly Miller.
The Sampson/Rowell
tournament was held May 23 at
the trestle. (It should be noted
the Sampson/Rowell boat ramp
will be closed through June 25
as the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
dredges the canal outlet into
Sampson Lake.) The results are
as follows:
First place-Darrell
Kennington and Richard Kelley;
Second place-Ronnie
Crown and Sonny Hart;
Third place-Shelby
Adkins and Mike Rhoades.
Tight lines until next week.

Outdoors calendar
Joey Tyson/Bald Eagle Bait
and Tackle bass tournaments at
Santa Fe Lake every Wednesday;
Open bass tournaments at
Sampson Lake every Thursday
evening;
May 9, new moon;
May 21, spring gobbler
season in Georgia ends;
May 31, full moon;
Sampson Lake launch
closed through June 25.

If you have a story, idea or
photo to share, please contact
Mickey Agner via email at mka@
maoutdoors.com, or by phone
at 904-964-1488. Photos may
also be submitted in person at
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BY DAN HILDEBRAN
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Two freshmen and an eighth-
grader contributed to a 64-yard
touchdown drive with under
five minutes remaining to give
Keystone Heights a 9-6 win
ovef Pedro Menendez in the two
teams' spring game at Keystone
on May 24.
The visitors from St. Johns
County held a 6-3 lead with
4:30 remaining in the contest.
-The Indians took possession on
their own 46-yard line after a
Menendez punt. Eighth-grade
student Austin Hogg rushed'
for three consecutive plays,
producing 10 yards on. his first
rush. However, the Falcon
defense stopped him on the next
two attempts.
Keystone then handed the
ball to freshman Ray Trimble,
who broke a'31-yard run to the
Menendez 24. After Hogg gained
3 more yards to the 21, the


Indians lined up jor what would
be the last play of the game.
Freshman quarterback Wyatt
Harvin dumped a short pass off'
to Michael Carroll, who outran
the Falcon defense into the end
zone, giving the Indians the win.
The Indians' only scores came
on their last and first possessions
of the game. In the first quarter,
J.J. Schofield kicked a 34-yard
field goal. Carroll set up that
score with a 30-yard run to the
Menendez 20 and a 7-yard rush
to the visitors' 13.
The Falcofs scored with 5:54
remaining in the third quarter on
a 2-yard run by Trevon Bryant.
The nine-play, 25-yard drive was
keyed by a 45-yard completion
from Stefan Carter to Anthony
Ford.
After the game, Keystone head
coach Chuck Dickinson said he
felt the team should have scored
more. However, some missed
blocking assignments wiped out
scoring opportunities.


He added that he and his
coaches were particularly
irritated because the Menendez
defensive front was running
schemes favorable to Keystone's
game plan.
"What they were dqing, that is
what we wanted them to do," he
said. "If you make the block it's
a big play. For whatever reason
we just missed those blocks."
The coach added that
inexperience on the offensive
line likely contributed to the
miscues.
Dickinson said he also noted
improvement in quarterback
Blake Valenzuela's passing.
"I think Blake threw the ball
better," he said. "We overthrew
a little bit here and there, but he
made some pretty good throws.
We had a couple of times where
we almost caught the ball:That is
an area where we have got to get
better. We have got to get better
at the passing game."
In evaluating where the


On the final play of the game, Michael Carroll (left)
snags a 21-yard pass from Wyatt Harvin and outruns
the Menendez defense to the end zone. Photo by
Tonya Gibbs.


team stands after spring drills,
Dickinson said the biggest


challenge next season will be the
same one his teams have faced


in the past: depth. He added that
a lack of personnel even played
a role in the spring game.
"There at the end we were
trying to get kids in the game,"
he said. "We are getting kids in
the game, but there are some
positions we can't take a kid
out because we don't have any
backups."
Dickinson added that his
players held up well physically
during the matchup.
"We were a little gassed, but
I don't do as much conditioning
in the spring time as I do in the
fall," he said.
He also said the team's
success in the fall will largely
be determined by how the
players work .out during the
summer. Dickinson added that
strength training will be critical,
especially because of the offense
Keystone runs.
We are more of a power-type
offense," he said. "We run right
at you. We go straight ahead."


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variety of roles as a committee '.
member, from serving drinks
and bussing tables as a person in .
charge of hospitality to working
with Homeland Security. Away a.
from the football game, he has .-,
performed such activities as David Kniseley shows off a
presenting checks to support David KgniselTech Orange Bowl
Orange Bowl Youth Football ring.
Alliance programs. "
A committee member can do Kniseley .to be around some
almost anything as he works his coaching greats. One of his
way up the ladder, from helping favorites is Virginia Tech's
to park cars to helping pull Frank Beamer.
.boats out of the water during "We've had Virginia Tech
the Orange Bowl Youth Sailing three or four times, or four or
Regatta. five times, and Frank Beamer
"It goes on and on,".Kniseley is an amazing man," Kniseley
said. said. "I have a lot of respect for
Then there are the experiences him and his coaching staff."
of working closely with one Needless to say, Kniseley has
of the teams involved in the seen a variety of coaching styles
football game as a host. That and personalities.
includes some exhilarating, "They're all successful, and
moments, such as running out they all have their own way of
onto the field with the team pr'iora oing-it," Kniseley said.
to the start of the game. Perhaps what gives Kniseley
"It takes, your breath away the most joy is witnessing how
when you hear 80,000 people," much the players enjoy their
Kniseley said. experience at the Orange Bowl
How about hearing an and in the events that surround
emotional speech from a living it. The players are made to feel
legend? Kniseley said one of as if they are being rewarded at
his most memorable moments the end of the season for all their
was sitting with the Wake Forest hard work, and that's how many
team at a meal .when golfer of them look at it-a reward.
Arnold Palmer, a Wake Forest Kniseley has seen players from
alum, showed up, to the surprise the losing team enjoy the post-
of team. He spoke about how game party as much as those
proud he was .of the team's from the winning team.
accomplishment in winning the "It gets to the point where
Atlantic Coast Conference and
getting to play in the Orange
Bowl.
Pinmer was. crying, and so
was every other person in the
room, Kniseley said.
"There wasn't a dry eye in
the house," he said. "(Palmer)
talked about how he was so
proud of his team."
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lose, but how happy was their
experience," Kniseley said.
Sometimes, the trip to south
Florida can be a life-changing
event. Players get the chance to
visit children in hospitals, and
the experience is as emotional
for the players as it is for the
children who have no idea
football players are coming
to visit them. Kniseley said it
is quite the scene to see big
athletes crying upon meeting
children who have a disease
such as cancer.
"Some leave changed; they
really do," Kniseley said. "They
realize how good they have it."
Such experiences and a reward
for a good season shouldn't be
denied a team, Kniseley said.
That's why he had a problem
with the negative response to
Northern Illinois playing in this
past season's Orange Bowl.
Northern Illinois went 12-1
and won the Mid-American
Conference, but ESPN analyst
Kirk Herbstreit said Northern
Illinois playing in a BCS bowl
was "a sad state for college
football and where we are with
the current system."
"Those guys played their
hearts out in their conference,"
Kniseley said. "For any team to
win tlhat many games-that's
pretty darn hard to do. For those
guys to sweat it, and then hear a
talking head say what they said
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a better job the following year.
It's a commitment committee
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they aren't paid. As Kniseley
puts it, the time surrounding
the Orange Bowl game is his
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Committee members are all
volunteers. Plus, there's another
group of volunteers called
"ambassadors" that supports
Orange Bowl endeavors as well.
"They're community folks
from all walks of life who aid
us and support us," Kniseley
said. "They're at the airport
holding up signs: 'Welcome to
south Florida.' They're at every
community event for four to five
months before the (game) and
afterward, just helping out."
As for the committee members
themselves, they're great people
to be around, Kniseley said.
They're all successful business


people, he said, who take the
time to do something that will
benefit others and benefit a
community.
"It's nice to be around people
who are like minded and want to
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49 Mobile Homes for Sale 67 Hunting Land for Rent
50 For Rent 68 Carpet Cleaning
51 Lost/Found 69 Food Supplements
52 Animals & Pets 70 Self Storage
53 Yard Sales 72 Sporting Goods
54 Keystone Yard Sales 73 Farm Equipment
55 Wanted 74 Computers & Computer
56 Trade or Swap Accessories
CLASSIFIED DEADLINES
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To place a Classified 'd
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40 at 904-591-4191. AB199
Noties and AU1896. Buy, sell,
Notices or trade
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted 42
to the Starke office in Motor Vehicles
writing & paid in advance' & Accessories
unless credit has already & Accessories
been established with 2005 F350-Dual-wheel, 430
this office. A $3.00 SER- rear-end completely over-
VICE CHARGE will be hauled. Trans., rear-end&
added to all billings to front-end excellent con-
coverpostage& handling. edition. Asking $30,000.
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF Fully equipped for hauling
CANNOT BE HELD RE- 5th wheel. 904-226-1343.
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS- VEHICLE FOR sale; 1998
'TAKES IN CLASSIFIED S10 pickup, runs good,
ADVERTISING TAKEN 2.2 4 cyl. 5 speed, A/C.
OVER THE PHONE. $2,250.00 or trade for a
Deadline is Tuesday pontoon boat. Call 904-
at 12 noon prior to that 364-3678.
Thursday's publication, 44
Minimum charge is $9.50 Boats & ATV's
-for the first 20 wordsI
for then 20 cents per word 2006 TROPHY 125 HP.
thereafter. Mercury. 18' Walk around,
EQUAL HOUSING OP- cuddy cabin, GPS, oth-
PORTUNITY. All real er extras. Cash only,
estate advertising in this $11,000 OBO. Must see,
newspaper is subject to call Jesse 904-263-2136.
the Federal Fair Housing 45
Act of 1968 which makes Land for Sale
it illegal to advertise "any RENT OR BUY, Mobile
preference, limitation or HREN lot with BU, Mob
discrimination based on Home lot with septic
race, color, religion, sex 136 P., Waldo. $12,500,N
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such $100. /o. By owner/
preference, limitation or broker. Ben Campen 352-
discrimination." Familial 262-5348
status includes children 46
under the age of 18 living Real Estate (Out
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women-- Of Area)
and people securing cus---2-BED/1 BATH: 728 sq. ft.
.tody of children under M/H. $4200. Ocala, Fl.
18. This newspaper will Horse country, located in
not knowingly accept any Paddock Park South. Call
advertising for real estate Dave or Jeanie, 239-910-
which is in violation of 2179 or 352-208-2718..
Ahe law. Our readers 47
Share hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised Commercial
in this newspaper are Property (Rent,
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To Lease, Sale)
complain of discrimina- 455 Sq. Ft. OFFICE SPACE,
tion, call HUD toll-free at corner of Walnut & E.
1-800-669-9777, the toll- South St. Plumbed for
free telephone number .2-bowl Hair Salon. Can
afor the hearing impaired be office or retail space.
is 1-800-927-9275. For 1/2 bath, parking, utilities
further information call included. Call 904-908-
Florida Commission on 4644 or 904-626-8488,
Human Relations, Lisa leave message.
Suthedand 850-488-7082 580 Sq. Ft. OFFICE SPACE,
ext #1005. corner E. South St. and
41 Walnut. 1/2 bath, parking,
utilities included. Call 904-
SAuctions 908-4644 or 904-626-
KERRFAUCTIONS, Lawtey 8488, leave message.
Fl. 23931 NW CR 225A. FOR RENT PROFESSION-
Chickens, ducks, rabbits, AL OFFICE, 1,500 sq.ft.
goats, turkeys, sheep, all $1,000/mo.- up to 3,000
farm animals. Horses, sq.ft. contiguous $2,000/
tack, farm equipment, mo. Smith & Smith Realty.
furniture, appliances. All 904-964-9222.
consignments welcome. DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
i Cash sales only. 10% fessional Offices for rent,
buyer's premium. 6pm $315 per month. Confer-
the 2nd and 4th Saturday ence room, kitchen, utili-
of every month. For more
information call Lyndel at
904-838-8069 or Randy I


' 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 800-955-9771


ties and more provided
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.lt
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
ATTN: STATE PROPERTY
MANAGER, we have a
two-story building, 9 offic-
es, dual A/C system, etc.
Will modify for long-term
contract. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305.
FOR RENT: Suite of offices.
Reception area, 3 offices,
break room, 2 bathrooms,
$550/mo. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305.
48
Homes for Sale
3 1/2 ACRES, 3/2, 1680
sq. ft. manufactured
home, Keystone Hgts
area. Clean, all appli-
ances. $65,000. $5,000.
down, Owner financing
with good credit. Call Jim
352-473-6994 in evening.
BLOCK CONSTRUCTION:
1 1/2 story, 3BR/2BA
home on Sampson Lake
with Dock, 2 car attached
garage & 20x24 workshop
with 1/2 bath. 2 extra out
buildings on 1.62 acres.
Shown by appt only 904-
263-6324.
49.
Mobile Homes
For Sale
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.

50
For Rent
3BR/2BA. DW. onCR. 221.
CH/A, dishwasher, Ser-
vice animals only. $600
per month plus deposit.
Call 352-284-3310.
3BR/2BA mobile home,
CH/A, good location 1st
& last months rent $550/
mo. 904-964-3595.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to pris-
,on. Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES
in Lake Butler & Starke.
16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
3BR/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
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.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, Accepting ap-
plications 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.


NOW.
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask about our
$199 Move iq Special
1&2 BRApartrrtints HC &
non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.

Located on SR-16,
1001 Southern Villas Dr.
Starke, FL
Call 904-964-7295
TDD/TTY 711
'Equal Housing Opportunity"


O-nly549 mth
For the 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only $629 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only$729 mth
For e 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
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Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at -352 473-3682
Equipped TDD dial 711 PPORTUNITY
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141.
NOW AVAILABLE,
3BR/1.5BA house, just
a mile from downtown
Starke Beautiful yard,.
2,851 sq.ft on an acre!
Fireplace, 2-car garage,
Florida room, paved
driveway. $1,100/mo.-
negotiable, first last &
security. Service animals
only. 352-494-7987, leave
message.
5-YEAR-OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Granite counters,
tile floors, gas fireplace,
and Jacuzzi tub. 2-car
garage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1000/mo.
$1,00,0/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.
2BR/1BA. CH/A. Clean, sit-
ting porch, lake property
west side of Keystone
Heights. Ideal for 1 or 2
persons. $475/mo. with
senior discount. Lawn
care included. 352-226-
6226.
2BR/1BA APT, CH/A. Elec-
tric range, refrig. Wall-to-
wall carpet. $495/mo. sec.
deposit. References, call
904-966-1334.
LOVELY 2BR/1BA apart-
ment on Kingsley Lake
Rarely available, but long-
term tenant has relocated
out of area. Immediate
occupancy. Woodsy set-
ting. Access to dock and
lake for tenants. Ideal for
professional. 10 minutes
from downtown Starke,
30 minutes from Orange
Park, 45 minutes from
Gainesville. $675/mo. In-
cludes refrigerator, stove
and water. Tenant pays
utilities. Security deposit
and credit check required.
Call 904-533-2862.
2BR/BA Apt. downtown
Starke off Walnut St.
Call 904-908-4644 10am-
5pm, M-F
2BR/1 BA, CH&A, very clean,
nice yard, W/D hook-up,
lawn maintenance includ-
ed. $450.00 Mo. plus dep.
904-364-8135
4BR/2BA very clean. W/D
hook up, large yard, great
for family. $575.00 plus
deposit. 904-364-8135.
SINGLE NON-SMOKING:
2BR, family room/bed-
room, 1 bath on 1 acre off
CR 229. Front and back
porch, fenced front yard,
carport with driveway.
Great condition. $500.00
per mo., first and last,
plus $200,00 deposit.
904-964-9482
TRAILER IN COUNTRY
SW, 2BR/1BA, fresh
paint, new carpet, mini


Real
Estate/Auction
Real Estate Auction.
54+/- acre property,
located Berkeley
County, WV, offers a
historic grand manor
house, in-ground pool
and pool house,
multiple structures with
21,000+/- sq. ft. of
heated living space, a
large pond, private
deeded access to deep
water Potomac with
slips and ramp. The
auction will be held
June 14 at 2:00 PM.
Will sell With *
minimum bid of
$995,000. For details
go to woltz.com or call
Woltz & Associates,
Inc. (WV# 1000), Real
Estate Brokers &
Auctioneers 800-551-
3588. Roanoke, VA.

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blinds throughout, H &
A, wood deck, front and
back, nice yard, quiet
area. Ideal for 1 or 2 per-
sons. 11083 SE 49thAve.,
Starke. $425. + deposit.
Senior discount. Call 352-
468-1093 or 904-571-
6561.
NEWLY REMODELED 3
BR/1 BA house on N.
Thompson St. in the city.
It's close to the schools.
$625. /mo. 1st mo., plus
security deposit of $500.
Call 904-796-0484 and
leave a message.
2 BED/1 BATH: w/d hook-
up in Hampton, service
animals only. $500. mo.,
$300. deposit. Call 904-
545-6103.
2BR/1BA HOUSE in Lake
Butler. Fenced yard, close
to schools. $650/mo. plus
deposit. Call 386-431-
1351.
Kingsley Lake 1st floor,
1 BR/1 BA. apt overlooking
Kingsley Lake. Refrigera-
tor stove & water. Woodsy
setting, access to spa-
cious dock. Ideal for the
professional. $575 mo.
immediate occupancy.
Security Deposit & credit
check required. Call 904-
533-2862.
53A
Yard Sales
SAT ONLY: 8AM-3PM, 9284
NW CR 225 (Bayless
Hwy, between Brownlee
and SR 16). Furniture,
elementary classroom
teaching items, micro-
wave, books, VHS/TV,
Brothers fax mach., &
household Items.
HUGE MULTI-FAMILY: Sat.
June 1st, 8:00AM-12:
30PM at 103 Valley Rd.,
Starke (between Bessent
& SR 230). Furniture,
TVs, small appliances,
home decor, plus size
women cidthes/shoes and
much morel
FRI ONLY: 8am-3pm, 16
W. past Heilborne Fire
Dept., right on 211th, fol-
low signs. Vintage tools,
windows, hub caps, wilton
cake assortment, 60x76"
truck topper, furn. Lots
of stuff.
SAT ONLY: 9am-5pm, 2
FAM garage sale, love-
seat sleeper, like new,
$175. window A/C $100.,
clothes: kids, men, wom-
en, girls, 2x-3x, micro-
wave, 2 burner portable
elect stove, dishes, &
other dishware, hoover
floormate scrubber, shark
portable vacuum, under
counter radio & DVD play-
er, full & queen bed set
with window treatment,


Bankruptcy Auction
L & H Electric, Inc.
June 6 @ 10am
9355 W. Okeechobee
Rd #13, Hialeah, FI
33016
Electrical Contracting
Company assets:
Bobcat, Vehicles,
Trailer, Tools,
GreenleeCable Puller
6800, Transfer
Switches, Inventory,
Job Boxes, Testing
Equip., Generators,
Welders & More!
www.mocckcrauctions
s 1
(800) 840-BIDS
10%-13%BP,$100 ref.
cash dep. i
Subj to confirm.
Chapter 7
Case No.: 13-14294-
RAM
AB-1098 AU-3219,
Eric Rubin


antique wood potato box,
etc. Everything must go-
make offer, 4935 se 109
st, Starke. 904-571-6561
or 352-468-1093.
INSIDE: Fri. & Sat. 8am-
3pm, multi-family. Brad-
ford Co. Fairgrounds,
Bldg, 3.
GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat.,
7am-3pm. Motor home,
pick up truck, guns,' Tim
Tebow collectables, lots
of items. 7625 sw cr 225.
FRI. 7 SAT: 8AM-4PM,
10332 NW CR 225, side/
side refrig. antique table,
queen bed set, and lots
more.
TWO FAMILY: Fri, -Sat.:
8am-til. Furn, desks,
china cabinet, washer/
dryer, dishes. what-nots,
curtains. David's bridal
wedding dress & other
clothing & household
items, stc. 11390 se 59th
Ave, Hampton: HWY 302
northbound, Just before
veggie stand & Hampton
turn-off, follow signs,
MOVING SALE: Fri & Sat.
8am-5pm. Furn, tools,
clothes, dishes, small
motorcycle, etc. 6684
nw 180 st, Starke, off
Brownlee Rd.
PARKING LOT sale: Fri,
5/31/13. 8 am- 2 pm. The
Arc of Bradford Co at
1351 S. Water St.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
3 FAMILY: Sat. Bam-til ?,
baby items, project TV,
lots of misc. SR 21 to
Gasoline Rd. & follow
signs.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
RHODE ISLAND red
chicks, 2-6 weeks old,
$1.50 to $2.50 each.
50-gallon bum barrels $8.
Steel unused barrels $16.
Call 904-263-8675.
CHILDREN'S SOLID wood
table & 2 chairs. Exc.
condition. $25. 904-964-
8963.
14' HOBIE CAT sailboat
9turbo-with jib). Includes
sails & trailer, $1200. Call
352-473-5951 or 904-
945-1565.


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Help Wanted
Driver: One Cent
Raise after 6 and 12
months. $0.03
Enhanced Quarterly
Bonus. Daily or
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Options. CDL-A, 3
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59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.

62
Vacation/Travel
ST. AUGUSTINE beach
condo sleeps 7. Day,
week, month. 352-745-
1212. Susan Faulkner-
O'neal; owner/agent.

65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty preservation sec-
retaries. Prefer Vendor
360, Mars & Zephyr
knowledge. MUST have
knowledge of Windows
7 or 8 & Excel. Construc-
tion, Building materials
and use of cost estimator
a plus call 352-473-0095.

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
TDDFTTY 711
Accepting Appllcationsl
Rental Asslstance!
1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.'
'Equal Housing Opportuny".


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362-8608
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TIP/SPIB Lumber Graders.
We are an EECC, drug
free workplace. We offer
401k, Health/Dental/Life
Insurance, paid Holidays
and Vacation. Apply at
Gilman Building Products,
CR 218 Maxville, FLorfax
resume to 904-289-7736.
2ND SHIFT Storeroom
Clerk. Must have com-
puter knowledge. We are
an EECC, drug free work-
place. We offer 401k,
Health/Dental/Life Insur-
ance, paid Holidays and
Vacation. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, CR
218 Maxville, FL or fax
resume to 904-289-7736.
HIRING IMMEDIATELY:
Looking for customer
service rep. for major
medical Company, across
the country. Must be able
to work M-F, 9am-5pm.
Qualifications: must have
clear speaking voice and
be a self-starter. Located
In Keystone Hgts. Please
call 352-361-0923 or
E-mail customnleads6@
gmail.com
LIBRARY TECHNICAL AS-
SISTANT I (20 hours
per week). The Bradford
County Public Library has
an opening for a parttime;
entry-level position start-
ing salary is $10.00 per
hour. Applications need
to have computer experi-
ence, customer service
experience, should be fa-
miliar with Microsoft Office
programs and the SIRSI
operating system. Library
experience is preferred.
Applicants should have
some experience work-
ing with teenagers. Ap-
plicants must have High
School Diploma or its
equivalent. Some college
and Library experience
preferred. Applications
and job descriptions may


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be picked up at the Brad-
ford County Courthouse
in the Clark of Courts'
office. Applications close
on 3:00pm on June 21,
2013. Bradford County
is an equal Opportunity"-
Employer. ',
APPRENTICE WANTED:-
Who wants to learn wood-'
carving and other wood.'
arts? Inquire at Poca Rak-,.
ko Wood Carving at the-
301 Flea Market behind,:
the old Knuckle Draggers.
Serious inquiries only. *
EXP. GRAPHIC person to
work in newspaper de-
sign. Send resume'to-
P.O. Drawer A, Starke,,
Fl. 32091
FULL TIME reporter posi-
tion available. Experience,
necessary. Send resume':
to P.O. Drawer A, Starke,;'
Fl. 32091.
TIDEWATER EQUIPMENT'
CO. looking for a service-
mechanic/clerk trainee.
Must have tools, valid.
driver's license with clean.
driving record. Computer.
skills are a must. Great
benefits, health insur-'
ance, etc. Please contact
904-964-7535 or e-mail
resume to starkeadmin@;::
tidewaterequip.com
CREDIT CARD process-"
ing co. looking for an
inside marketer to work
from home for setting'
up appointments for out-
side sales reps. Must be
dependable with good
phone skills. Call 352-
538-0556.
PART-TIME CASHIER.-
clerk, 20-25 hrs. per wk.
must be available on
weekends. Apply in per-
son at Keystone Hts Golf.
& Country Club.


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Big plays hurt Tornadoes in spring classic against Fleming Island


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Visiting Fleming Island hit big
play after big play to build a 35-
14 halftime lead and defeat the
Bradford ,High School football
team 35-23 in a spring classic on
May 24.
The Eagles amassed 375 yards
of offense in the first half, with
quarterback Mike Scarnecchia
completing 11 of 15 passes for
242 yards and three touchdowns.
Four of the Golden Eagles'
scores covered distances of 36,
40, 60 and 62 yards.
"The reason we play the style
of defense we play is to not allow
big plays," Bradford head coach
Steven Reynolds said. "We
didn't do that very well."
The offense had its struggles
as well, especially early in the
first half.
Reynolds said what it comes
down to is both offensive and
defensive units carrying out
their assignments and making
fundamental plays.
"The kids are giving effort,"
Reynolds said. "We've just got to
continue to discipline ourselves
to make those plays when we
have a chance."
The coach saw a much better
effort in the second half, which


mainly featured both teams'
younger players. Bradford
outscored the Eagles 9-0.
"If you make the plays you're
assigned to make, good things
will happen," Reynolds said. "In
the second half, we made those
plays."
Three plays into the game,
the Eagles took a 7-0 lead after
Scarnecchia completed a 62-yard
touchdown pass to Bryce Motes.
After (he Bradford offense
went three and out on its first
series, Fleming Island stuck
again with a four-play scoring
drive. A 30-yard reception by,
Joel Mock converted a second-
and-15 play. Bradford's Greg
Ruise then dropped Scarnecchia
for no gain on a run attempt,
but the quarterback hooked up
with Darelle Smith for a 40-yard
touchdown on the ensuing play.
Another successful PAT put the
Eagles up 14-0 approximately
five minutes into the game.
Bradford's offense was forded
to go three and out again.
Fleming Island running back
Alex Thorpe took' a handoff
on the Eagles' first play from
scrimmage on the next series and
raced 60 yards for a touchdown
after breaking through tackles at
the line of scrimmage. The PAT
put the Eagles up 21-0.


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Bradford running back Tra'von Thomas (left) eludes
the grasp of Nick Walker.


.Running back Jarvis Desue
gave the Bradford offense a
much-needed spark with a
9-yard run on the first play of
the Tornadoes' third series.
Quarterback Jacob Luke
completed an 11-yard pass to
Chris Barron, while Tra'von
Thomas gained a first down at
midfield with a 2-yard run.
Luke was sacked for a 12-yard
loss, but the Tornadoes overcame
that play when Luke completed a


26-yard pass to Kenny Dinkins,
giving the Tornadoes the ball
at the Fleming 36. Three plays
later, Dinkins got behind the
defensive backfield to catch a
24-yard touchdown pass with 43
seconds left in the first quarter.
The PAT was no good.
Bradford's defense made a
couple of nice plays after the
Eagles drove past midfield,
with Jaquez breaking up a pass
and Don Jeffers pressuring


Scarnecchia into throwing an
incompletion. Fleming, though,
would eventually score, with
Scarnecchia throwing a 36-
yard touchdown pass to Austin
Reyes. The PAT put the Eagles
up 28-6 at the 8:20 mark of the
second quarter.
The Eagles added their final
score on their next drive, which
consisted of six plays and was
capped by Trey Sneed's 4-yard
touchdown run.
Luke, who completed 8 of 17
passes for 161 yards, quickly
put the Tornadoes into Fleming
Island territory, completing a
41-yard pass to Dinkins to the
34-yard line. Dinkins, who
caught six passes for 148 yards,
later caught a 35-yard pass with
a defender draped all over him to
give the Tornadoes first-and-goal
a the 4.' Thomas scored on a run
from there, while Luke's pass to
Dinkins resulted in a successful
two-point conversion, making
the score 35-14 with 2:19 left in
the first half.
Bradford's defense made
two stops before halftime, with
Ivey intercepting a pass deep in
Bradford territory and Keaaris
Ardley making a tackle at his
own 1-yard line as time expired.
The Eagles had some issues
with their shotgun snaps once


younger players entered the
game in the second half. One
errant snap rolled into the
Eagles' end zone, resulting in
a safety for Bradford with 2:28
left in the third quarter.
Thomas had a 28-yard gain
to the Fleming 32 following the
safety, while quarterback Chance
Oody had a 13-yard scramble to
convert a fourth-and-10 play,
giving the Tornadoes a first
down at the 19. A 5-yard carry
by Desue put Bradford at the 14,
but the Eagles recorded a sack
and another tackle for a loss,
before recovering a Bradford
fumble.
The Eagles, though, would
fumble the ball themselves,
with Bradford's Michael James
falling on the loose ball, giving
the Tornadoes a first down at
the Fleming 15. Four plays later,
Thomas scored on a 14-yard run.
Ardley added the PAT to cap the
scoring with 3:43 remaining.
Thomas finished the game
with 59 yards on 10 carries.
Reynolds said Bradford needs
to cut down on penalties and
missed assignments, but said he
feels good about his team.
"We're moving forward in the
direction of being a solid ball
club," he said.


Coach sees a lot to like in Tigers' tie against University Christian


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Union County High School
head football coach Ronny Pruitt
watched some of his players grow
up in a 6-6 tie against defending
Class 2A champion University
Christian in a spring classic on
May 24 in Jacksonville.
Pruitt said he saw some
"diamonds in the rough" among
his players and was proud of how
younger players held their own
against some big, experienced


University Christian linemen.
"I thought my young guys
really performed well," Pruitt
said.
The varsity teams played each
other the first three quarters, with
Union holding a 6-0 advantage
after a touchdown run by fullback
Daquin "Buddy" Edwards in the
third quarter.
Pruitt expected a good
performance from Edwards, a
returning starter, but was still
impressed with his ability to
avoid tackles.


"He wasn't letting two or three
guys bring him down," Pruitt
said.
Running backs Isaiah Johnson
and Darrien Robinson had good
games, as well, Pruitt said,
while he also praised the play
of starting quarterback Caleb
Cox and backup Casey Driggers.
Pruitt said Cox did a good job of
controlling the game's tempo,
while Driggers simply made
smart decisions.
There are things for the
defensive unit to work on, Pruitt


said, alluding to the fact players
had some missed assignments.
However, he saw the main thing
he wanted to see, which was
players hustling to the play.
"Defensively, we had guys
getting to the ball," Pruitt said.
Pruitt was impressed with
his junior varsity unit as a
whole. Though outscored
6-0 by University, the junior
varsity players had to line up
against some varsity players,
who remained in the game for
University due to the team's


depth issues.
He and his coaching staff knew
ahead of time that University
was going to leave some varsity
players in the whole time, Pruitt
said. He stressed to his junior
varsity kids to simply think of
it as lining up against the Union
varsity players in practice.
What it amounted to was
some young kids performing
well against offensive and
defensive linemen who were
approximately 6-4 and 290-300
pounds.


"They bowed up," Pruitt said.
"I was really impressed."
The performance, along with
a lack of penalties, ended the
spring on a high note. Pruitt said
some of his younger players
went into the game against the
defending state champs with
wide eyes, but walked off the
field with a lot of confidence.
Pruitt said it should be a good
springboard into next season.
"I think it's really going to
help us," he said.


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