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USPS 062-700 STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013 1331R YEAR 52D ISSUE 75 CENTS


Worth Noting


Lions
observing
Christmas
in July
The Starke Lions Club is hav-'
ing Christmas in July. This Sat-
urday, July 27, the Lions will be
collecting nonperishable food for
the local food pantry.
-Hunger is a year round problem
for many local families. Bradford
County residents have always
given generously during the holi-
day season. The Lions are looking
for that same generosity in this
summer season. (The fact there
are no Christmas gifts to buy this
time of year is a definite plus.)
....The collection will take place at
Winn-Dixie from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.




Benefit raising
money for MS
-The MS 150 Cookout and Car
Wash to benefit multiple, sclerosis
will take place, at the Champion's
Heart Life Center in Keystone
Heights Saturday, July 27, from.
1-5 p.m.
SBring your dirty car, a lawn
.chair and your appetite, and en-
joy live music, featuring the band
What's Next. Barbecue dinners
.ill be sold for $5 along with cot-
,on candy and drawing tickets to
win prizes, like a 32-inch LCD
television, zoo and theme park
passes, retail and cash gift cards,
and more.
All proceeds benefit the Na-
uonal MS Society. For more in-
formation. please call Damn 352-
473-3'385.




Learn about
poultry
production.
SThe Universiry) of Florida/IFAS
Bradford Counrt Extension Of-
.fie will be offering a Small Farm
Poultry Production Workshop on
July 30 from 5:30-8 p.m. Th1 pro-
gramn will be held at the extension
-office in Starke. Register by July
29 to reserve sour place at this
meeting b% contacting !he office
at 904-966-6224.
Topics presented will include
information on breed selection,
nutrition and feeding, and basic
poultry management. Mike Davis,
Baker Count' extension director.
.will, be. the guest speaker. Da-
vis earned his PhD from Auburn
'University in poultry science, and
prior to his role in. Baker County,
he %as a poultry science profes-
sor at Texas A&M University in
College Station, Texas. He has an
extensive background in not only
poultry, production but also food
safety .
Persons with disabilities need-
ing special accommodations
should contact the extension of-
fice at least 10 working days
.prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request.



Find serenity
withAA
The Happy Hour Group of Al-
coholic Anonymous meets every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
from 8-9 p.tri. at St. Mark's Epis-
copal Church, 212 N. Church St.
in Starke. Come. for coffee, stay
!for serenity.


An early monring fire destroyed the dining hall at the Salvation Army campground.


Fire destroys Camp Keystone dining hall


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
A predawn fire raced through
the attic of a Salvation Army Camp
building Saturday, gutting the
16,000-square foot structure and
forcing the evacuation of some of
the camp's 300 occupants from their
cabins.
Around 2 a.m. a Bradford County
Sheriff's deputy on special detail at
the Bedford Lake facility discovered
the fire in the laundry room of the
camp's dining hall.
The lawman, along with some camp
personnel, tried to stop the blaze as it
made its way into the attic.
Firefighters from nearby Theressa
soon arrived and were followed by
personnel from Bradford and Clay


counties as far away as Doctors Inlet.
The structure sustained heavy
damage, but no one was injured in the
fire.
At press time, the State Fire
Marshal's Office was investigating
the fire.

Deputy thought he saw
fog, and then smelled
burning rubber
At 2 a.m., Bradford County Deputy
Chris Adams was almost halfway
through an 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. special
detail at the camp. As part of his
duties, Adams rides a golf cart around
the grounds every hour, making sure
no campers ate outside. The deputy
had just completed a patrol of the


campgrounds and ducked into the arts
and crafts pavilion for a break. When
exiting the building ,a few minutes
later, he saw what he first thought was
fog near the northwest comer of the
dining hall, about 75 feet away from
the pavilion.
Adams said he then smelled
burning rubber and walked over to
the dining hall to investigate. Peering
through some grating that led into the
building's laundry room, Adams said
he saw flames progressing up a wall
approximately 3 feet high and 4 feet
wide.
After calling a county dispatcher
and the camp captain, the deputy ran
around the building shouting to verify
no one was inside the structure.

See FIRE, 3A


Starke officials face election opposition


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Of the four offices up for election in
the city of Starke, there are three races
with competing candidates.
Candidates officially qualified to
run last week.
Of the three races, two will be
decided by voters citywide-the races
for police chief and city clerk.
Incumbent Police Chief Jeff
Johnson is facing opposition for his
position for the first time. Johnson
announced in January he wanted to
keep the office.


Restaurant

breaks

ground on

S.R. 100
BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph
Tom and Kathie Perryman, owners
of Country Caterers BBQ Inc., have
-launched into a new venture that they
hope will become a major business
force in the Lake Region and a
mainstay in the local restaurant scene.
Tom's Mossy Oaks Pit Barbecue
will sit at the comer of S.R. 100 and
S.R. 21B. The million-dollar venture
will be unique, but Perryman and
his investors have clearly thought it
through.
The interior of the restaurant
'will have a capacity for 40 people.
However, with wrap-around porches
an additional 50 people can be seated,
and at outdoor picnic tables and a
sheltered pavilion, the facility could
seat as many as 150. Expansion will
be fairly easy too, Perryman pointed
out.


"When I was growing up the people
here showed me how to be a leader
not a follower. That-is why I decided
to stay/'home' and make a career in
my. hometown. I am privileged to
serve the people who served me,"
Johnson said.
A week .later, Andy ,Redding
confirmed talk that he would be
challenging Johnson, saying he
wanted to restore accountability to the
office.
"I will represent you as a proactive
working professional on all levels,
from patrol to administration. I will


be a full-time, working, boots-on-
the-ground leader who is responsive
to your needs, cares and concerns,"
said Redding, who .currently works
as an investigator for the State Fire
Marshal's Office.
There has also been talk Ricky
Thompson, the city's former
operations manager, would challenge
City Clerk Linda Johns for her
position, which he confirmed with his
announcement last week.


See ELECT, 4A


Kathie Perryman and Eddie Arnold prepare and serve as Keystone
Mayor Mary Lou Hildreth goes through the food line at Tuesdays
groundbreaking.


The restaurant will feature counter
service. "When you order brisket,
you will see the brisket cut in front of
you," Tom said.
Although there will be no wait
staff, the 10 to 15 employees will
come from the Lake Region. "We are
trying to tailor our staffing to how
much business we will do," Kathie
added. She noted that they expect
familiar new restaurant patterns:
bustling crowds as they open, with
the numbers tapering off after they've


been open for a While.
Both Perrymans emphasized that
hiring and even a part of the profits
would be used to benefit the Lake
Region. "The company was put
together with the stipulation that
money had to be put back into this
community," Kathie said.
The new restaurant is an entirely
separate business from Country


See BBQ, 4A


Impact


fees gone


for now
BY'MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The city of Starke has followed
through and approved an ordinance
declaring a moratorium on the
collection of impact fees for at least
a year.
The move was meant to serve as
an incentive to new development,
commercial development in particular
given the high cost of the city's
multiple impact fees.
The vote was not unanimous, only
'because one commissioner feared
the potential impact on a pending
development agreement with owners
of the Badcock furniture store, who
plan to move their operation from
downtown to the city's south end.
One of the provisions of a pending
development agreement between
the city and Badcock is that the
city would-waive impact fees on
the retailer's new construction. In
exchange, Badcock would turn over
its downtown property to the city.
Commissioner Wilbur Waters
asked about the timing of the impact
fee ordinance and whether waiving
impact fees on everyone would
eliminate Badcock's incentive to trade
its property to the city.
According to Mayor Travis Woods,
agreeing to waive the impact fees for
Badcock was essential to getting the
company to agree to annex its future
location into the city limits.
"I sort of don't blame them,"
Woods said. "The way the economy is
right now, the people can't afford the
impact fees."
See FEES, 4A



County

tackles

recreation

requests

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Bradford County Commission,
having helped fund startup costs for
one local recreation group, is seeing
requests multiply.
Parents from the Bradford Athletic
Association appeared before the board
July 18 to ask for funding to help
purchase football equipment for their
program.
Already commissioners were
confused trying to keep various
organizations straight. In addition to
the football- and cheerleading-oriented
Bradford Athletic Association, there
is the very similarly named Bradford
Parents Athletic Association, which is
now running the baseball and softball
program for the city of Starke. The
county commission gave them $6,000
earlier this year, and, according to
County Manager Brad Carter, the
group has submitted a budget request
for the next budget year as well.
There was also a competing football
and cheerleading group mentioned
that is part of the Pop Warner
organization.
Stephanie Scott said Bradford
Athletic Association has 140 children
signed up after starting with around
50 in the spring. They attract a wide
group of children because kids
compete according to age and there
are no weight limits.
"We have made it, and we're are so
excited," Scott said, adding they have
more volunteers than ever, but in spite
of their active fundraising efforts, they
are still struggling to afford uniforms
and safety equipment.

See REC, 3A


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2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013


Concerned Citizens has rec,

learning programs all summer


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph
Concerned Citizens of Brad-
ford County is continuing its
mission this summer to provide a
nurturing place for kids to spend
the summer.
President Esther Kelly, the
Concerned Citizens board of
directors, a staff of fewer than
a dozen and a lot of volunteers
are keeping the program running
all summer with recreation and
learning programs.
"This summer we have about
75 kids of all ages, from pre-
kindergarten to about 16 years of
age," Kelly said.
Last Tuesday afternoon, she
was in a group counseling session
with older teens, who are them-
selves counselors to the younger
kids. While young girls practiced
their cheerleading moves, snacks
were being prepared, the reading
class was about to start and then
a school bus pulled up in front
with more kids. All of it happen-
ing at about the same time.
CCBC meets at the RJE Com-
plex, the historic black school
named for organizers the Rev.
James Robinson, Professor A.O.
Jenkins and Robert Ellerson.
"I graduated from high school
here," Kelly said. The highly
workable facility includes a gym,
playground, classrooms, office
space and a room large enough
to serve as a cafeteria.
"I know the neighborhood and
I know the kids and their moth-
ers, their grandmothers and may-
be their great-grandmothers,"
Kelly said.
She believes her familiarity
with the community and her stu-
dents gives her an edge teachers
in public schools may not enjoy.
"When the parents drop the
kids off here, I see them. They
aren't afraid to talk to me, and
since they know' me, they don't
automatically take. their kids'
side if there is a question."
It may help that Kelly has en-
ergy and drive to move forward
and get the students to move
forward, too. She's an assistant
minister at her church, although


Hungry snackers (1-r) Timmy Taylor Jr., Josiah Kearse
and Jontavius Foster light into their vanilla wafers only
after everyone has been seated.


across the campus to meet with
Kelly, he was also happy to talk
about the CCBC program. He
was planning to have a good time
learning all summer, he said,
and he enjoyed helping out with
younger children.
Kelly and her staff run a pret-
ty tight ship. "They need to be
here on time, every time," Kelly
said. "We don't allow tardiness.
Learning to sit quietly is a biggie,
but it doesn't end there. Being a
participant and a team player is
also important. 'There's no fight-
ing here, and no breaking stuff or
they are out of the program."
Patricia Smith, a member of
the advisory, board, was dealing
with paperwork while in the next
room Amanda Chandler was
neatly setting up tables lined with
cups of milk and carefully placed
napkins. On each napkin she had
placed seven vanilla wafers.
"It's all provided by Har-
vest and some other volunteer
. groups," Kelly said. "We have a
choice, we can give them break-
fast and a snack, or lunch and a
Snack. We decided on lunch."
When snacks are ready, stu-
dents line up outside the door,
a process supervised by the teen
counselors.
"Next," Chandler calls out,
and one-by-one each child walks
to the next appointed place at a
table. One or two boys can't help
but try out a silly walk to their
chair, but there is little or no talk-


ing during the 10-minute process
and no child even thinks about
eating or drinking the snack until
everyone is in place.
Then, given the go ahead,
the vanilla wafers get dipped in
milk, and disappear fast, while
the students chit chat at their
tables. When the noise reaches a
certain level, it gets calmed a lit-
tle. When finished, the students
leave the cafeteria area much as
they came-in an orderly fash-
ion.
"I think the students enjoy hav-
ing some structure to their lives,
Which they sometimes don't get
at home," Kelly said. "When
there is a problem, we talk it out
calmly. I think when they come
here, they have a sense of securi-
ty and safety and they know they
are loved. Once in a while,when
a student misbehaves, they even
feel secure enough to apologize."
Kelly runs the program-
which also has an after-school
component August through
May-on $60,000 a year. Only
the teachers are paid; everyone
else is a volunteer.
Kelly and Still said that if they
asked for anything else, it would
be more interaction and commu-
nication with public school pro-
grams and staff throughout the
year. Already, she gets frequent
communications from teachers
at Bradford schools, and plenty
of input from most of her stu-
dents' parents. Many students


The CCBC summer camp cheerleading squad goes through its paces. .


I,


Ezekiel Kemp, Ja'quez Ivey and Tally Chandler are youth counselors. But they also
take part in counseling and learning sessions all summer.


.bring in their homework during
the school year.
The program might also ask for
donations of cash or classroom
materials for math and read-
ing programs. Starke's Kiwanis
Club, Capitol City Bank and
many private donations already
support the CCBC program and
supplement parent fees.
For more information about
the program, call 904-263-2313.


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LAWTEY


In the gym, Shania Clark, Marquervia Lumar and Regina Roberts trade teen talk
between cheerleading moves.


the program isn't faith-based. It
probably helps that the students
attend voluntarily, or at least
their parents volunteer them.
Most parents have. filled out a
form asking for one-to-one tutor-
ring for their child in a specific
subject. That all added up to 75
engaged kids last Tuesday.
When it was time for play, ex-
ercise and recreation, everybody
got into the act. When reading
teacher Kathy Still read a story
about the characters on a school
bus-a pig with a wig and a goat
with a coat-the kindergarten-
age students were happy to sup-
ply rhyming words.
Still, who has worked as a
reading trainer in the public
schools and has a master's de-
gree, said CCBC and other lo-
cal groups got a family literacy
grant to cover the cost of reading
materials for the kids.' Later in
the summer, older students will
Work from a Trendsetter series
using a workbook and age- and
locale- appropriate book on hur-
ricanes.
SFirst- and second-grade stu-
dents will use FCAT-oriented
Reading and math materials, Still
Said.
Some of their students are
behind on reading and math by
: about a year, but the program is
,working to keep them at least
;:where they were this May, to
bridge the summer months.
STally Chandler, a polite, well-
mannered 13-year-old not only
volunteered to lead a visitor


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uirants could help more houses, create jobs


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
1Iaving successfully completed
housing rehabilitation or
instruction projects with a
mmmunity Development Block
Int, the city of Starke is getting
ine for another award.
S received, the city will
enlh call for applications from
er low- and moderate-income
periN owners with homes in
d of repair, or in some cases,
plete reconstruction.
r:!:Uit. commissioners were
1:tempted by the opportunity to
Sinstead apply for $700,000 for
!-cd paving. Scott Modesitt of
i[?mit Professional Services, the
iSty's grant writer, said paving
f 10uld be covered under a grant
neighborhood revitalization.
Stake could only apply for
grant, however, and. the
road paving funds would have
required the city to contribute a
hefty match-$125,000-and
th.commission would have to
pay for full engineering plans to
be competitive, and there was no
[:.:guarantee of the award.
.sk'.The matching amount is
Jproximately equivalent to what


each district has available for
paving right now, but if it went
that direction, the commission
would have to choose between
focusing the possible $700,000
award on one district or dividing
it between the districts, which ,is
more difficult. The areas chosen
would all have to meet the 51
percent low-income population
requirement.
Under the housing grant, the
beneficiaries can be from any
where in the city as long as they
individually meet the income and
other requirements.
The commission opted for
the grant it was most likely
to receive based on its point
total-the housing grant,
which Commissioner Carolyn
Spooner reminded the board
accomplished a lot of good for
homeowners.
If seized, the housing grant's
two-year, cycle would give
the city enough time to plan
to apply for the neighborhood
revitalization grant once the
housing grant is closed, since
only one of those grants can be
open at a time.
That restriction does not apply
to CDBG funds for economic


|S || C 11 tions since then. In addition to
y IR E the laundry room, kitchen and
continued from 1A main dining hall, which can
A' seat 500, the building also has a
Adams tried to stop the flames staff lounge and a smaller dining
r with a fire extinguisher and later room.
&wth a garden hose, teaming up Later Saturday morning, after
th the. camp's maintenance firefighters gained control over
n. However he.was hindered the blaze, Platt said around 300
by the fact that he had to work campers and staff members were
through the upward-angled grat- on the site. Participants from a
ing,.which limited his access to music camp were staying at the
the flames, facility, in addition to students in
r-Soon Camp Manager Tony a community camp, which draws
I Bellis and Capt. Marion Platt, teenagers from around the state
the Salvation Army's Florida di- for a week of fresh air.
visional youth secretary, arrived
with. more fire extinguishers 45 firefightersfrom 11
Sand attacked the flames through . ..
busted-out windows. However, stations in two counties
l e four were unable to stop the fought the blaze
flames which quickly reached Theressa's fire chief, n of
the attic and then broke through thefirst firefighters to arrive at
ie roof the first firefighters to arrive at
Platt said by the time Theressa the Southeast Ninth Avenue fa-
firefighters arrived about fie cility, said his men encountered
Minutes ates aer he did, the laun- difficulties in battling the blaze,
m'fed and including., live wires and the
qg'v .lz. r, ,haidwvaod.eJingmgs, -hih- made
I .ea. acce ao t ieatic rr re ditficulh.
SBellis said the dining hall Percy Sullivan said he along
S.as originally constructed in with four other volunteers in the
tthe 1960s but has undergone station's tanker were the first to
Sniumerous additions and renova- respond to the blaze.
He said his initial plan was to



going to do," she said.
J E C County Commission
Q Continued from 1A Chairman Doyle Thomas asked
-why the divergent groups
SInstead of corn ing to the county couldn't consolidate their efforts.
Commission with .a specific Commissioner Ross Chandler
quest, the group of parents said said when Bradford Parents
SFey would welcome any support Athletic Association came to
he board could provide, the commission, he thought the
| "We're setting a standard for board was offering its support to
e kids,and we really wouldjust all sports.
jve the county's support," Scott ? "If we're going to do it, I
v lid, discussing the mentorship believe we ought to do it for all
i nd guidance the association is groups," he said, adding that the
providing its members. county needs to make one award
,"We are trying to make it work and see that it is administered
'i thout help, and eventually we equally instead of having
S.'ill. We're not going to fold. If multiple groups approach the
|%ve ha\e to make the money a board individually. Otherwise,
1 j1lar at a time, that's what we're each time one group is funded,




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contain the fire to the laundry
room. However, neither he nor
his crew entered the structure be-
cause they saw electrical arcing
inside the room and were forced
to wait for a Clay Electric Coop-
erative worker to cut power to
the building before going inside.
Sullivan said that had they been
able to enter the structure imme-
diately upon arrival, they would
have had a better chance of slow-
ing the flames.
The, chief said that once the
flames reached the attic, they
spread quickly to other parts of
the building. He added that part
of the structure's 1960s-era hard-
wood ceilings made access to the
attic much harder than if the ceil-
ings had been constructed with
sheetrock as most ceilings are
today.
According to John Ward,
Clay County's deputy director
of emergency management, per-
sonnel from Bradford County
stations in Heilbron Springs,
..Hamptonh, Samp.?ri CIy and
Starke joined Theressa, in addi-
tion to Bradford County emer-
gency medical personnel.
Ward also said Clay County
firefighters from stations in Key-


another group is going to pop up.
"It's something we just can't
do," Chandler said, adding that
the county must decide how
much money it can put toward
athletics so that everyone can
be treated equally. That doesn't
necessarily mean each group
would get an equal share of the
money. Their portion should be
based on how much it takes to
run the program, he said.
SBetween now and the time
the county approves its budget
for Fiscal Year 2013-14, the
commission will decide how
much it can afford to set aside for


development. The city can
use those funds for public
infrastructure costs that will help
a business'locate in the city and
create new jobs. The amount of
funding is tied to the number of
jobs created (up to $35,000 per
job). and 51 percent of those jobs
must go to low- to moderate-
income individuals.
The first opportunity that
occurred to commissioners was
the planned relocation of the
Badcock furniture store to the
south end of the city'that will
be in need of water service.
Water and sewer upgrades
may be needed in the area,
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
pointed out, and that's the kind
of public infrastructure the grant
could be used to pay for.
Such funding can be used
as leverage to attract other
businesses to the city, but the city
must have an interested business
partner before applying for the
funds. A single application can
also obtain funds for more than
one business.
In the meantime, the city's
housing grant application ,shoUld
be submitted after Oct. 1.


stone Heights, McRae, Camp
Blanding, Middleburg, Doctors
Inlet and Green Cove Springs
also battled the blaze. In total,
the five Bradford and six Clay
stations supplied 45 firefighters
plus support staff to the scene.

New hydrants
helped firefighters
Michael Heeder, Bradford
County's emergency manage-
ment public information officer
said newly installed fire hydrants
at the facility helped firefighters
-battle the blaze-.and possibly kept.
the fire "fro' spreadinto addi
tional structures.
SHeeder said three cabins east
of the dining hall could have
been in danger without the wa-
ter supply from the Clay County


youth recreation groups. Groups
seeking funding from next year's
budget will need to submit formal
requests, including information
on the cost of running their
programs, so the commission
can decide how to divvy up that
money.
In the meantime, because the
county already donated funds
to the Bradford Parents Athletic
Association, the board gave
Bradford Athletic Association
$2,500 to help purchase
equipment for their upcoming
season.


You, the constituent are the
customer. You pay the bills and
your voice needs to be heard. Let
me be your ,'oice.
My belief is that our city
should operate like a successful
business, with a balanced budget
and fiscal responsibility, and
elected officers should be held
accountable for their actions.
I will seek alternative funding
sources and grants for our city
using tools already in place and
will not compromise services.
Please know that I am not
a politician. I'm an educated
professional business owner
with conservative values who
has developed sound business
practices and implemented those
practices to create a debt-free,
liability-free lifestyle. I am a
"can do" person with the ability
and desire to do this job for you.
With your vote, we can bring my
experience to city hall.
I grew up and was educated in
Florida schools.'I came to Starke
in 1986 on an investigative
assignment from Palm Beach
County where I taught real
estate law, owned a private
school and real estate company,
and managed my investment
portfolio of income properties. I
fell in love with the city of Starke,
the community and the people
in it and soon purchased our
historic home on Adkins Street.
My husband, John, and I moved
here in 1987, were married in our
home on Feb. 14 of .that same
year and plan to spend the rest of
our lives here. We have owned
and operated our Paint & Body
Shop and Real Estate Brokerage
for the past 26 years here in
Starke, and added a Family Hair


Utility Authority.
The fire hydrants and ac-
companying water service from
CCUA was part of a $7 million
construction project the Salva-
tion Army completed on June
8. The nonprofit paid CCUA $1
million to bury a main from the


Salon 15 years ago (all three are
debt and liability free).
Community volunteer. service
has always been an important
part of my life. Past services
include being the founding
design chairperson for our
Main Street Starke Program
downtown; co-founder of the
Tree Board leading to our city's
designation as a "Tree City"; and
sponsoring the Little Women's
Club, which under my guidance
raised the funds to purchase a
Florida Historic Marker detailing
the past accomplishments of the
great women of this community.
I am an enthusiastic supporter
of the Florida Youth Challenge
Academy and co-founded
the Bradford County Historic
Preservation Society, where I
also serve as, treasurer and am
responsible for writing and
receiving three county grants
that make our annual Veterans
Day celebration, USO dance and
parade at Town Square possible
every Nov. 11 and free to the
public.
I promise not to inconvenience
you or interrupt your household
schedule by knocking on your
door unannounced. Instead; I
will provide you with all my
contact ,information so that
you can contact me at your
convenience to discuss whatever
is bothering you. My business
address and phone number are
12695 U.S. 301 South, 904-964-
6603; and my home address and
phone number are 200 E. Adkins
St., 904-796-2166; or email
jacquelyntotura@centurylink.
net. Vote for me and you will
have a voice at city hall.


utility's Postmasters Village well
site on the east Side of Lake Ge-
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around seven miles.
The project also included 13
new cabins, each able to sleep 26
campers and four counselors.


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Jacquelyn Totura

Totura running
for city
commission
The following is an
announcement of intention to
seek public office submitted by
the candidate.
My namee is Jacquelyn Totura.
I am a proud candidate for Starke
City Commission District 4 and
humbly ask for your vote.
I seek your vote because I love
our city and believe I have the
expertise to help it grow financial
independence and security. As
a debt free businesswoman, I
feel our city government needs
to learn some principles every
successful businessperson
knows: When the money isn't
there you cannot spend; the
customer is always right; and
you can't borrow yourself out of
debt.







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FEES
Continued from 1A


After meeting with
representatives, Woods said
Badcock Wvas happy with the
proposed agreement and the land
swap would take place.
According to a draft copy of
the agreement, the city is set to
forgive more than impact fees
in exchange for the property.
In addition to utility connection
fees, permit fees, annexation
application fees, etc., the city
will also agree to forgo property
taxes on the future location for a
period of 10 years.
.Commissioner Tommy
Chastain said the commission
should move forward because
there were others waiting to hear
about the impact fee decision.
The commission voted 4-1 for
the impact fee moratorium,
with an uncertain Waters voting
against it because he wanted the
development agreement signed
first.
The county has had a
moratorium on impact fees since
2009.

Landlord/tenant utility
ordinance postponed
The commission was also set
to consider an ordinance sticking
landlords with the unpaid utility
bills of their former tenants.
The ordinance points out that
when a tenant walks away from
their lease without paying for the
utilities they've consumed, that
action raises the cost of services


ELECT
Continued from 1A


Thompson is retired from
the city now, although he still
serves as a consultant. He
worked alongside Johns for
years, particularly as operations
manager, although it wasn't
always amicable.
Rather than criticize the clerk's
office, however, Thompson's
announcement instead praised
the, employees he oversaw for
Sears, and he said if elected he
would continue to lead them in
their service to the.citizens..
SJohns said she would be
seeking another term. The past
Four years have been something
of a struggle, though, from trying
to manage budget difficulties and
:surviving an ethics complaint to
being targeted in a state audit of




BBQ
SCbntinued from 1A


SCaterers. Country Caterers has.
grown from backyard barbecue
to a major operation that can set
Sup a field kitchen and its own
employee housing to satisfy
requirements of Government
Service Administration contracts
During emergencies and natural
catastrophes. Tom's business
card reads "... company
picnics, formal events, rental
equipment, amusement rides,
. inflatables, disaster services,
' base camp resources, life support
resources."
"We get hired by the
government," Kathie said, "but
also by utility and fire companies
or electrical companies when
they have to feed large numbers
of people for a short period of
time. We go all over." She added
that their full-time and part-time
employees, some of whom have
been with them for 35 years,
had just returned from a job in
Michigan.
Perryman said the parking lot
at the.new restaurant will include
pads for parking motorcycles;
there will be a drive-through
window and even a parking pad
for semi-trucks.
Construction will begin
immediately, and will be done
by Mark Williams of M&R
Construction. Williams said he
expected to meet Perryman's


citywide. The purpose of the
ordinance, which is plainly
stated therein, is to hold those
who rent properties responsible
for the actions of their tenants.
But when the ordinance came
before the commission for
approval July 16, Commissioner
Carolyn Spooner questioned its
legality.
"Can we legally hold a landlord
responsible for a bill incurred
by someone else?" she asked.
Mayor Woods and City Clerk
Linda Johns said they could, but
Spooner said she didn't think it
was fair.
Currently, Starke's code states,
"Each person shall be responsible
for all charges incurred by his
consumption of electricity, water
and gas, regardless of the location
of the service, and such charges
may, at the option of the city, be
transferred to any active account
of the person, and upon so being
transferred shall become a part
thereof."
The proposed ordinance adds
a paragraph that says any person
who rents property to someone
will be jointly liable for utility
Charges incurred by the person
occupying that property.
According to some,
including Waters, this has
already been the city's
practice. Woods said landlords
were supposed to be signing
something acknowledging
their responsibility to pay their
tenants' bills.
Asked how she intended to
collect funds from the landlords,
Johns said by refusing to open
accounts for new tenants until the


the city's finances.
Johns, however, believes
she is the most qualified and
experienced candidate.
The third race is for the
representation of District 4.
Voters in that district will
choose between the incumbent
commissioner, Tommy Chastain,
and his opponent, Jacquelyn
Totura.
Chastain said he has spent his
term rolling up his sleeves and
working for his constituents; and
that includes frankly speaking
his mind because he's not a
typical politician.
."When someone tells'-me that,
SI take it as,.a .compliment as it
is the way I was raised and will
continue to do business for the
citizens and customers of the city
of Starke if re-elected as your
city commissioner," he said.
Totura said her commissioner


Dec. 1 deadline.
"We are not trying to take
business away from anyone
else," Kathie said. "We are going
to concentrate on drawing new
business from outside to Jbenefit
everyone."
Philanthropy in the business
sector is common in the Lake
Region as is' the case with the
Perryman's. They were named
Grand Marshals of the Our
Country Day parade two years
ago, and are often acknowledged
for their generous contributions
to Lake Region causes. This
yeai, Tom paid $8,000 for
the prize-winning hog at the
Bradford FFA's annual auction.
What's more, he didn't cook it;
he gave the hog back, Perryman
said.
Investors include Perryman's
relatives, including his nephew
Lee Porter and Lanier Porter of
Frontline Insurance in Orlando.
At last Tuesday's
groundbreaking event, the
investors, Perryman, Willis
King, Charley Clayton and
Williams got out their golden
shovels and lined up. Although
the ground has already been laid
out and ready for building, they
tossed a ceremonial shovelful of
dirt as the cameras clicked and
hummed.
Guests were also treated to
brisket and turkey sandwiches
with horsey sauce and mustard.
Several members in the crowd
expressed their approval and


old bill is paid. That, however,
appears to contradict state law.
Florida Statute 180.135 states
"any such unpaid service charges
incurred by a former occupant
will not be the basis for any lien
against the rental property or
legal action' against the present
tenant or owner to recover such
charges except to the extent
that the present tenant or owner
has benefited directly from the
service provided to the former
occupants"
Furthermore, "the provisions
of this section may not be
waived through any contractual
arrangement between a
municipality and a landlord
whereby the landlord agrees
to be responsible for a tenant's
or future tenant's payment of
service charges." -
Per that statute, the city is only
allowed to recover any unpaid
utility, charges through the
deposit paid when the account
was opened. Deposit amounts
and cutoff schedules have been
discussed by the commission in
the past, but apparently haven't
been resolved. The city is losing
money when tenants leave,
especially commercial tenants.
.Without legal counsel present
to consult with, the commission
tabled, the ordinance for future
consideration.

In other business:
Discussion and approval of
the red light camera agreement,
which had yet to be distributed to
the commission by the attorney,
was also postponed.,


has a lot of ideas, but she has what
it takes to get them across the goal
line. She echoed what Redding
said about accountability. In her
announcement, printed in this
edition, Totura emphasizes her
experience as a businesswoman
and community leader.
"I think it should' be
a requirement of city
commissioners that they have
been in business successfully for
themselves, because otherwise
you're just looking for money
to spend instead of how to get
money in," she said.
The outcome of these races will
be decided on Sept; 3. The only
certainty, is. that Commissioner
Carolyn Spooner will continue
to serve, as her representation of
District 2 was unchallenged.


many went back for seconds.
"We'll be serving barbecue
sandwiches by Christmas,"
Perryman told the crowd, "one
sandwich at a-time."


Summer
programs
pack library
Attendance expectations have
been exceeded and community
response has been amazing at the
2013 Bradford County Public
Library summer programs. The
programs were designed 'to en-
courage reading, ignite creative
minds, make physical activity
fun and provide for social inter-
action.
The. library's meeting room
couldn't contain the crowd of
more than 300 who showed up
to,see an entertaining pirate and
a longhaired white rabbit named
Captain White Beard that magi-
cally appeared from an empty
barrel. The doors had to be
opened and people stood outside
to enjoy the show. The chil-
dren's verbal participation was
impressive as they used reason-
ing to solve the pirate's puzzle.
On another day, a truckload
of dirt was piled high outside
for children to dig into in an ef-
fort to discover buried dinosaur
bones. The program was called
Digging for Dinosaurs, keeping
with the summer's reading pro-
gram theme, Dig Into Reading.
The children dug in with gusto
and were thrilled to learn they
could take the found items home.
Dinosaur skeletons and- eggs
were carried by hand, pushed
into pockets, cradled in shirts,
and in a few cases, when pockets
weren't an option, shoved into
waistbands.
Ronald McDonald showed his
talent for unscripted humor, his
ability to bring joy to children,
and his commitment to young
readers during his visit on July
11. McDonald read entertaining
stories to the 208 attendees and
then led them in a pledge to be
avid readers. At the end of the
comedy-filled program, the chil-
dren lined up to pose for souvenir
pictures with the famous clown.
Coupons for treats at the local
McDonalds were given to reward
the young readers.
The fluorescent lights were
turned off for the Glow-in-the-
Dark 60-Seco.nd Challenges
on June 27. Participants had to
build the tallest floating tower
of cans, hike rolls of toilet paper
into a basket, shake Ping-Pong
balls out of a Kleenex box that
was tied to their lower back,
blow Ping-Pong balls across
vases filled with glowing wa-
ter, and clear 24 cans off of a
table by swinging a yo-yo tied
to their back belt loop.
On July 9, children 8-14, en-
joyed a few hours at the BCPL
Beach,complete with acaptivat-
ing "fire," scrumptious s'mores
and a bowl full of ocean blue
Jello. The children danced the
limbo and raced the hula skirt
relay. They played musical co-
conut to see. who could avoid
getting caught with the coconut
when the music stopped and
bowled with the coconut to see
who could knock over the most
two liter bottles.
The Dig Into Reading, Be-
neath the Surface, and Ground-
breaking Reads Reading Pro-
grams continue through July
31. The drawings for the adult
and teen reading programs will
be on Aug. 1.


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

/ What can you tell me about
u the difference between male and
female sago palms?
Gladys McRae,
Starke
When one of these palms blooms, it's pretty
easy to tell whether it's a male or a female.
The male bloom looks, um, very~male, with a
pronounced conical shape. The female bloom is
spherical.
Yes, sagos are, like people-reproduction
takes two, a male and a female. In late spring,
a mature male sago produces a golden cone,
shaped like a giant pine cone. It may grow to,
over two feet in height. In contrast, the
female sago produces a huge golden GA/ M
flower that slowly opens when fertile, 1
'then closes and begins. to produce
viable seed if pollination from a male
occurs.
Mature sagosido not flower every
year, usually only every second or third
year. But they generally produce a new UFIP
set of leaves each year. IFA,
Unfortunately, you can't tell if sagos
are male or female when they are young. They
will not'bloom until they are 15 to 20 years old
and well established in your yard, with a 10- to
14-inch diameter trunk and a leaf spread of 5 to
6 feet.
If you have both male and female bloom,
you can hand-pollinate to produce sago seed.
The female flower will open when it is ready
to receive pollen, and the male cone's "scales"
will open to reveal pollen, which has a sweet
perfume odor. Snap or saw the male cone from
the center of the plant and shake it over the
female. A cone has plenty of pollen and can
be used on several'females at a time or on one,
female several days in a row.
SIf you don't plan to use your male cone for
pollination, it can be removed, even when first
starting to grow, without hurting the plant. The
attractive female flower cannot be removed.
Sago palms also produce offshoots called
pups," which can be separated from the
"mother" plant and potted. Some are barely
attached to the parent plant and can be easily
popped off, while others are ejnbedded and take
more effort to remove. You can use a hand trowel


"I LEGALS



NOTICE
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Ast Statures Sec. 83.801-83.809,
SNOTICE: A Public Auction will be
Held on July 27, 2013 @ 10:00 A.M.
at C & C Mini Storage 1670 S. Wal-
n ut Street, Hwy 301 South in Starke,
Florida. The following units will be
Sold to the highest bidder, and con-
tinuing -day to day thereafter until
Soldd*
SI.-31 S. Roberts
S f-58 M. Marston
1-74C. Duncan
.,2-24 V. Robinson
S2-33 A. Hudson
S2-6A R. Newman
7/18 2tchg 7/25-BCT
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SIN AND FOR BRADFORD COUN-
-- TY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-000022
DIVISION:
- CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUC-
CESSOR BY MERGER TO CHASE
MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPORATION;
Plaintiff,;
vs.
KARIN LYNN COOLIDGE, et al,-
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
S FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to an Order Rescheduling Fore-
closure Sale dated
July-.10,' 2013 and entered in Case
NO. 04-2009-CA-000022 of the
Circuit Court of the EIGHTH- Judi-
cial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Florida wherein JPMOR-
GAN- CHASE BANK; NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION', is the Plaintiff and
KARIN LYNN -COOLIDGE; PA-
MELA COOLIDGE HALEY; KARIN
LYNN COLLIDGE, AS NATURAL
GUARDIAN FOR CASSANDRA E;
L. COOLIDGE, A MINOR; GREGO-
RY C COOLIDGE; GRAHAM ERIC
COOLIDGE, JR,; KEITH HOWE
COOLIDGE; ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN ,PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; ESTATE OF GRAHAM ERIC
COOLIDGF. SR; TENANT #1;
TENANT #2 are the Defendants,
The Clerk of the Court will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
at FRONT HALL OF THE BRAD-
FORD COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
945 NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE,
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00
SAM; on the 15 day of August, 2013,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment: -
Plaintiff name has changed- pursu-
pntlo order previously entered.'
A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE


for the smaller
ones and a sharp
shovel to cut and
dig larger ones.
After harvesting
the pup, remove
leaves and roots,
clean it in water,
and set it aside


f -Am


for a veek or so
to allow the cut
to dry. If kept in a
cool place, the pup
can be stored for a
few months. Mary W. Bridgman
Select a pot that
is only slightly
larger than the pup itself-you want to have
only about two inches between the pup and the
edge of the pot. It.won't need much room or
soil until it grows new roots, and a smaller pot
keeps it from staying too wet in an oversized
container with too much soil. Use a well-drained
soil-half perlite and half peat moss is a good
mixture. Fill the pot with soil and water
ASTER
1RDENER it well. Set the pup on top and push it
! down until half the bulb is set into the
soil. Proper potting depth is important;
S plant your pup too deep and it may rot,
Aarv too shallow and its roots may not have
enough of a surface to develop.
UWA .. Allow the soil to become almost
ORrDA dry before watering again. It will take
.orM-o a few months before the pup grows
roots. Once that happens, you will
need to water it more frequently. Leaves will
appear about the same time as roots, and the
number of leaves will depend on the size of the
pup, with smaller pups producing only one or
two, and larger pups producing three or more.
Don't- fertilize the pup until after it has grown
the first set of leaves and has good roots. When
the plant becomes root bound, repot it in a
larger container, again leaving about two inches
between the root ball and the edge of the pot.
You can plant your pup in the ground when it
is large enough to become root bound in a one-
gallon container.
One note of caution-all parts of the sago
palm are considered poisonous, but the seeds or
nuts are the most toxic part of the plant. Sago
palm contains cycasin, which can result in
liver failure in dogs. Ingestion results in acute
gastrointestinal signs such as drooling, loss
of appetiteR, vomiting and diarrhea, within 15
minutes to several hours after consumption.
If you suspect that your dog or cat has
consumed sago palm, contact your veterinarian
immediately. Even with aggressive treatment,
the survival rate is about 50 percent.


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THERETO: 1998, WESTWAYS,
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RESERVING THEREFROM AN
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A/K/A ROUTE 3 BOX 338, STARKE,
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Any person claiming an interest in
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than the property owner as of the
date of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days' after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on July 11, 2013.
Ray Norman
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Ronald R. Wolf & Associates, PL.
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initiative to actively engage their
local state senator, Rob Bradley,
in a David and Goliath battle of
biblical proportions.
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over $500 million every year
in Florida on advertising alone.
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(Students Working Against
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their side in combating industry
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO, 2012-CA-000040
THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL-
LON FKA THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIF1CATEHOLDERS OF
CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-4.
Plaintiff,
vs.
TAMARRA LATER A/K/A TAM-
ARRA JEAN SOMEILLAN, ET
AL.
Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to a Final Judgment of Foreclo-
sure dated January 17, 2013, and en-
tered in Case No. 2012-CA-000040,
of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit in and for BRADFORD
County, Florida. THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF
NEW YORK, AS TRUSTEE FOR
THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF
CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-4
(hereafter
"Plaintiff"), is Plaintiff and TAMARRA
LATER A/K/A TAMARRA JEAN
SOMEILLAN; UNKNOWN TENANT
#1 IN POSSESSION OF THE SUB-
JECT PROPERTY N/K/A ROBERT
ROBERTS, are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash in the LOBBY of the Court-
house; 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, at 11:00 a.m., on
the 15 day of August, 2013, the fol-
lowing described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
THE EAST 1/2 OF LOT 1 IN .SEC-

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freshman Sen. Rob Bradley
sponsored a bill-SB 258-that
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establishing their own smoke-
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has the word "indoor" in its title.
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venue one can or cannot consume
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MONUMENT SET-ON THE EAST-
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SWAT youth leaders Shelby
Wilkison, Mackenzie Gault and
McKenzie Dougherty presented
Bradley with a special plaque
thanking him for his efforts and
encouraged him to continue his
effort to push a new bill forward
in the next legislative session.
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not only health but also litter
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%A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2013


FEGALS
continued from 5A
ION 11,'TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
ANGE 22 EAST, WOODLAWN,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR
LAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
LAT BOOK 1, PAGE(S) 17 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
you are a person with a disability
ho needs any accommodation in
der to participate in this proceed-
g, you are entitled, at no cost to
Sou, to the provision of certain asSis-
nce. Persons with a disability who
eed any accommodation in order to
participate should call Jan Phillips,
#DA Coordinator, Alachua County
;'burthouse, 201 E. University Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352) 337-
0 237 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
bearing impaired call (800) 955-8771;
0 you are voice impaired, call (800)
$55-8770.
)ated this 12 day of July, 2013.
E RAY NORMAN
CLERK OF HE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
As Deputy Clerk
tan Ness Law Firm, PLC
239 E. Newport Center Drive S
)eerfield Beach, Florida 33442
'hone(954) 571-2031
Fax (954)571-2033
Pleadings@vanlawfl.com
.ny person claiming an interest in
|he surplus from the sale, if any, other
han the property owner as of the.
Bate of the Lis Pendens must file a
claim. within 60 days after the sale.
[ 7/18 2tchg 7/25-BCT
SIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, FLOR-
3 IDA
C CIVIL DIVISION:
S CASENO.: 2012CA106
WELLS FARGO.BANK, N.A,
plaintiff,
Ns.
IMBERLY D. CRAWFORD A/K/A
KIM D. CRAWFORD; et. al,
PDefendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICEE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
Snt to an Order Resetting Foreclosure
gale datedthe 10 dayofJuly,2013
and entered in Case No. 2012CA106,
pf the Circuit Court of the 8TH Judi-
,ial Circuit in and for Bradford Coun-
.ty Florida, wherein WELLS FARGO
bankK; N.A. is the Plaintiff and KIM-
{BERLY D. CRAWFORD A/K/A KIM
D. CRAWFORD and UNKNOWN
TENANTS() IN POSSESSION OF
ITHE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
,defendants. The Clerk of this Court
Shall sell to the highest and best bid-
4der for cash at the east front door of
,the Bradford County courthouse, 945
North Temple Ave, Starke,. FL., 11:00
JAMon.the 16 day oLfJanuary, 2014,
4the following described property as,
set forth in said Final Judgement, to
,wit: "
LOT 28, BLOCK 5, SAROTOGA
;HEIGHTS, UNIT THREE, ACCORD-
'ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE
3, "OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
lBRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.
%ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN IN-
ITEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
'THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
4THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
WDAYS AFTER THE SALE...........
Under the American with Disabilities
Act, if you are a person with a disabil-
ity who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
;yi are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordina-
tor at (352)337-6237, at least 7 days
before your scheduled court appear-
ance. If you are hearing or voice im-
paired, please call 711.
If you are deaf or hard of hearing and
require an ASL interpreter or an as-
sisted listening device to participate
in proceeding, please contact Court
Interpretirfg at interpreter@circuit8.
org
Dated this 12 day of July, 2013.
RAY NORMAN
Clerk Of The, Circuit Court
Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
Choice Legal Group, P.A..
1800NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954)771-6052
tioll Free: 1-800-441-2438
,DESIGNATED PRIMARY E-MAIL
FOR SERVICE PURSUANT TO
.IFLA. R. JUD. ADMIN 2.516
,eservice@clegalgroup.com
.; 7/182tchg7/25-BCT
., LEGAL NOTICE
{The Dual County Consortium will hold
Ia meeting oh Thursday, July 18th at
:00 p.m. at FloridaWorks, 4800 S.W.
;13th St., Gainesville. Contact Bryan
Eastman at 352-872-5904 with ques-
'tiohs. *
,7/25 ltchg-BCT
;NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
I CONCERNING AN AMEND-
MENT TO THE BRADFORD
COUNTY' LAND DEVELOP-
[ MENT
REGULATIONS
:BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
fBOAHD OF BRADFORD COUNTYi
;FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
*LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
'BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
S'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
l.pursuant to Sections 163.3161
:through 163,3248, Florida Statutes,'
.as amended, and the Bradford Cdun-.
ity Land Development Regulations, as
-amended, hereinafter referred to as
.the Land Development Regulations,
]objections; recommendations and
[comments concerning the amend-
tment, ,as described below, will be
heard by the Planning. and Zoning
Board of Bradford County, Florida,
servingg also as the Local Planning
; Agency of Bradford County, Florida,
'at a public hearing on August 5, 2013
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, in the


,County Commission Meeting Room,
iCounty Courthouse located at 945
LNorth Temple Avenue, Starke, Flori-
eda. This- amendment was previously
noticed forp public hearing on July 1,
,2013.
,Z 13-02, an application by Guide
LMetal.Recycling,. Inc., to amend the
; Official Zoning Atlas of the Land De-
,velopment Regulations by changing
Sthe zoning district from AGRICUL-
LTURAL-2 (A-2) to INDUSTRIAL (I) on
Property described, as follows:
-A parcel of land lying within Section
S10, Township 6 South, Range-22
I'East, Bradford County, Florida. Be-
sing- more particularly described, as
Ffollows:'Commence at the Northwest
Scorner of the East 1/2 of the North-


west 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 10; thence South 00020'25"
West 524.81 feet for the Point of
Beginning; thence South 88 22'41"
East 133.25 feet; thence South 06
37'18" West 71.11 feet; thence South
7130'06" East 189.96 feet to the
Westerly right-of-way line of U.S.
Highway 301 (State Road 200) said
point being in a curve concave to the
West and having a radius of 5,674.58
feet: thence Southwesterly, along the
Westerly right-of-way line of said U.S.
Highway 301 (State Road 200), and
along the arc of said curve as mea-
sured along a chord having a bearing
of South 1747'41" West for a chord
distance of,426.37 feet; thence North
8543'58" West 184.58 feet; thence
North 0100010" East 527.00 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Containing 2.81 acres, more or less.
AND ...
A parcel of'land lying within Section
10, Township 6 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida. -Be-
in more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northwest
corner of the East 1/2 of the North-
west 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 10; thence South 00020'25"
West 524.81 feet; thence South
8822'41" East 133.25 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence continue
South. 882241" East 205.52 feet
to the Westerly right-of-way line of
U.S. Highway 301 (State Road 200)
and a point on a curve; thence said
point being on a curve concave to the
West and having a radius of 5,674.58
feet; thence Southwesterly, along the
Westerly right-of-way line of said U.S.
Highway 301 (State Road 200), and
along the arc of said curve as mea-
sured along a chord having a bearing
of South 1459'17" West for-a chord
distance of 129.49 feet; thence North
7130'06" West 189.96 feet; thence
North 0637'18" East 71.11 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.45 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 3.26 acres,
more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
td one or more future dates. Any in-
,terested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any con-
tinuation of the public hearing shall be
announced during the public hearing
and that no further notice concerning
the matter will be published, unless
said continuation exceeds six calen-
dar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the amend-
ment.
Copies of'the amendment are avail-
able for public inspection at the Of-
fice of the Director of Zoning, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, North Wing, Starke,
Florida, during regular business
hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public hear-
ings they will need a. record of the
Sproceedings, 4and that,' for :such pur-
pose, they may ieed to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is
made, which record includes the tes-
timony and evidence upon which the
appeal is to be. based.
Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodations
to participate in this proceeding
should contact 352.463.3169 (Voice
& TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.,
.7/25 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
- The, -Suwannee-.".River ,Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting for the Executive
Committee Members on Tuesday,
August 13, 2013, 10:00 A.M.'at Su-
wannee River Economic Council, Inc.
Administration Office located at 1171
Nobles Ferry Road NW Live Oak,
Florida.
7/25 ltchg-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
'Council, Inc. will hold a Planning and
Evaluation Committee meeting on
Tuesday, 'August 13, 2013 at 9:00
A.M. at the Suwannee River Econom-
ic Council, Inc., Administration Office
located at 1171 Nobles Ferry Road
NW in Live Oak, Florida.
7/25 ltchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 2013-CA-0013
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Plaintiff,
N.I
JOSHUA S. CRAWFORD, an indi-
vidual; KAREN H. CRAWFORD, an
individual; W. WESLEY BERRY, an
individual; A. WAYNE BERRY, an
individual; DENNIS BERRY, an indi-
vidual; and, WILLIAM A.
BERRY, an individual;
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
ant to the Final Summary Judgment
of Foreclosure dated July 10, 2013
and entered in Case No. 2013-CA-
0013 of the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit, in and for Bradford


County, Florida, wherein CAPITAL
CITY BANK is the Plaintiff and JOSH-
UA S. CRAWFORD, an individual;
KAREN H. CRAWFORD, an individ-
ual; W. WESLEY BERRY, an individ-
ual; A. WAYNE BERRY, an individual;
DENNIS BERRY, an individual; and,
WILLIAM A."BERRY, an individual,
are the Defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash
in the front hallway of the Bradford
County Courthouse, 945 North Tem-
ple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, At
11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 15,
2013, the following described proper-
tyas set forth in said Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure:
Real Property,
A parcel of land lying in the North-
west Quarter,(1/4) of the Southeast
Quarter (1/4) of Section 30, Township
7 South, Range 21 East, Bradford
County, Florida; said parcel being
more particularly described as fol-
lows:
Commence at a concrete monu-
ment found at the Northwest Corner
of the Northeast Quarter (1/4) and
run South 00 degrees 15 minutes
20 seconds East, along the Westerly
boundary thereof, 3291.00 feet to a
set concrete monument for the Point
of Beginning. From the Point of Be-
ginning thus described run North 89
degrees 40 minutes 37 seconds East,
1335.18 feet to a concrete monu-
ment found on the Easterly bound-
ary of said Northwest Quarter (1/4)
of Southeast Quarter (1/4); thence
run South 00 degrees 30 minutes 07
seconds East, along said Easterly
boundary, 651.19 feet to a concrete
monument found at an Intersection
with the Southerly boundary of said
Northwest Quarter (1/4) of South-
east Quarter (1/4); thence run South
89 degrees 36 minutes 05 seconds
West, along said Southerly bound-
ary, 651.03 feet to a concrete monu-
ment; thence run South 89 degrees
40 minutes 27 seconds West, along
said Southerly boundary, 650.90 feet
to a light wood post; thence run North
88 degrees 54 minutes 24 seconds
West, along said Southerly boundary,
36.22 feet to a
concrete monument set at an inter-
section with the Westerly boundary
of said Northwest Quarter (1/4) of
Southeast Quarter (1/4); thence run
North 00 degrees 15 minutes 20
seconds West, along said Westerly
boundary, 651.19 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
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 sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on July 17, 2013.
RAY NORMAN,
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Ramona Jefferson
Deputy Clerk
Ken Abele, Esquire
Gerald C. Thoams, Esquire
Ausley & McMullen, P.A.
Post Office'Box 391 Tallahassee,
Florida 32302
7/25 2tchg 8/1-BCT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida
Statutes, notice is 'hereby given that
the undersigned, Justin Clen, 9425
NW CR 225, Starke, FL 32091, sole
owner, doing business under the firm
name of: JC Auto Detailing, 9425
NW CR 225'Starke, FL 32091, in-
tends to register said fictitious name
under the aforesaid statute. Dated
this 22 day of July, 2013, in Bradford'
County.
7/25-1tchg-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-2012-CA-252
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSHUA E. ENG A/K/A JOSHUA
G. ENG; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
JOSHUA E. ENG A/K/A JOSHUA
G. ENG; 'ELIZABETH R. ENG; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF ELIZABETH
R. ENG; UNKNOWN TENANT #1
UNKNOWN TENANT #2;
Defendant(s)
FINAL JUDGMENT
This action was heard before the
Court on Plaintiff's Motion for Final
Summary Judgment on July 17,
2013 at 11:00 AM.
IT IS ADJUDGED that:
1. Plaintiff, GREEN TREE SERVIC-
ING LLC, 345 St. Peter Street, St.
Paul, MN 55102, is due:
Principal Balance $77,192.97
Prejudgment Interest $11,149.85-
Per diem interest at 7.37%
from 01/11/2007 to 07/17/2013
Property Inspection $70.00
Beginning Balance ($1,347.11)
Hazard/Fire Insurance $3,803.00
Flood Insurance $1,310.00
PMI $666.91
County Tax $559.40
Title Search $200.00
Clerk's Filing Fee $907.50
* Service of Process $215.00
Clerk's Summons Fee $60.00
Recording Fee $17.00


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GRAND TOTAL $96,376.63
that shall bear interest at the prevail-
ing legal rate of interest.
2. Plaintiff holds a lien for the total
sum superior to all claims or estates
of defendantss, JOSHUA r ENG
A/K/A JOSHUA G. ENG; ELIZABETH
R. ENG; on the following described
property in Bradford County, Florida:
Beginning at a concrete monument
marking the quarter section corner
of the East line of Section 26, Town-
ship 8 South, Range 22 East, Brad-
ford County, Florida; thence North
along the Section line 357.25 feet
to an iron pipe, said pipe being the
POINT OF BEGINNING of the land
herein described; thence continue
North 204.20 feet to an iron pipe;
thence west 150.00 feet to an iron
pipe; thence South 158.30 feet to an
iron pipe; thence South 72058', East,
156.90 feet more or less to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A
3632 SE 10th PI
Melrose, FL 32666
3. If the total sum with interest at the
rate described in paragraph 1 and
all costs accrued subsequent to this
judgment are not paid, the Clerk of
this Court shall sell the property at
public sale on November 14, 2013
at 11:00 AM to the highest bidder for
cash, except as prescribed in para-
graph 4, at Front entrance of the east
side of the Bradford County Court-
house, 945 North Temple Avenue
Starke, FL 32091 in accordance with
section 45.031, Florida Statutes, us-
ing the following method:
At Front entrance of the east side
of the Bradford County Courthouse,
945 North Temple Avenue Starke, FL
32091 beginning at 11:00 AM on the
prescribed date.
4. Plaintiff shall advance all subse-
quent costs of this action and shall
be reimbursed for them by the clerk
if plaintiff is not the purchaser of the
property for sale, provided, however,
that the purchaser of the property
for sale shall be responsible for the
documentary stamps payable on the
certificate of title. If plaintiff is the pur-
chaser, the clerk shall credit plaintiffs
bid with the total sum with interest
and costs accruing subsequent to
this judgment, or such part of it as is
necessary to pay the bid in full.
5. On filing the certificate of title the
clerk shall distribute the proceeds of
the sale, so far as they are sufficient,
by paying: first, all of plaintiffs costs;
second, documentary stamps affixed
to the certificate; third, plaintiffs attor-
ney's fees; fourth, the total sum due
to plaintiff, less me items paid, plus
interest at the rate prescribed in para-
graph 1 from this date to the date of
the sale; and by retaining any remain-
ing amount pending the further order
of this court.
6. On filing the certificate of sale,
defendants) and all persons claiming
under or against defendants) since
the filing of the notice of lis pendens
shall be foreclosed of all estate or
claim in the property, except as to
claims or rights under chapter 718
or chapter 720, Florida Statutes, if
any. Upon the filing of the certificate
of title, the person named on the cer-
tificate of title shall be let into posses-
sion of the property at '3632 SE 10th
PI, Melrose, FL 32666.
7. Jurisdiction of this action is re-
tained to enter further orders that are


proper including, without limitation, a
deficiency judgment.
IF THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD AT
PUBLIC AUCTION, THERE MAY BE,
ADDITIONAL MONEY FROM THE
SALE AFTER PAYMENT OF PER-
SONS WHO ARE ENTITLED TO BE
PAID FROM THE SALE PROCEEDS
PURSUANT TO THIS
FINAL JUDGMENT.
IF YOU ARE A SUBORDINATE LIEN-
HOLDER CLAIMING A RIGHT TO
FUNDS REMAINING AFTER THE
SALE, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITH THE CLERK NO LATER THAN
60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU
FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL
NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY RE-
MAINING FUNDS.
IF YOU ARE THE PROPERTY
OWNER, YOU MAY CLAIM THESE
FUNDS YOURSELF. YOU ARE NOT
REQUIRED TO HAVE A LAWYER,
OR ANY OTHER REPRESENTA-
TION AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO
ASSIGN YOUR RIGHTS TO ANY-
ONE ELSE IN ORDER FOR YOU
TO CLAIM ANY MONEY TO WHICH
YOU ARE ENTITLED. PLEASE
CHECK WITH THE BRADFORD
COUNTY CLERK OF COURT ATTN:
CIRCUIT CIVIL945 NORTH TEMPLE
AVENUE/ ROOM 257 P.O. DRAWER
B, STARKE, FL, 32091, WITHIN
TEN (10) .DAYS AFTER THE SALE
TO SEE IF THERE IS ADDITIONAL
MONEY FROM THE FORECLO-
SURE SALE THAT THE CLERK HAS
IN THE REGISTRY OF THE COURT.
IF YOU DECIDE TO SELL YOUR
HOME OR HIRE SOMEONE TO
HELP YOU CLAIM THE ADDITION-
AL MONEY, YOU SHOULD READ
VERY CAREFULLY ALL PAPERS
YOU ARE. REQUIRED TO SIGN,
ASK SOMEONE ELSE, PREFER-
ABLY AN ATTORNEY WHO IS NOT
RELATED TO THE PERSON OF-
FERING TO HELP YOU, TO MAKE
SURE THAT YOU UNDERSTAND
WHAT YOU ARE SIGNING AND
THAT YOU ARE NOT TRANSFER-
RING YOUR PROPERTY OR THE
EQUITY IN YOUR PROPERTY
WITHOUT THE PROPER INFORMA-
TION. IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD
TO' PAY AN ATTORNEY, YOU MAY
CONTACT: THREE RIVERS LEGAL
SERVICES, 901 NW 8TH AVE, STE
D-5, GAINESVILLE, FL 32601,352-
372-0519, TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY



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FINANCIALLY FOR THEIR SERVIC-
ES. IF THEY CANNOT ASSISTYOU,
THEY MAY BE ABLE TO FIEFER.
YOU TO A LOCAL BAR REFERRAL I
AGENCY OR SUGGEST OTHER-
OPTIONS. IF YOU CHOOSE TO"%
CONTACT THREE RIVERS LEGAL-
SERVICES FOR ASSISTANCE, YOU.
SHOULD DO SO AS SOON AS POS- 1
SIBLE AFTER THE ,b
RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE.
8. The Plaintiff may assign the judg- ..
meant and credit bid by the filing of an t
assignment without further Order of
the Court.
DONE AND ORDERED this 17 day"
of July, 2013 at Bradford County,i;,
Florida.
PHYLLIS M. ROSIER"'
Circuit Court Judge
Law Offices of
Daniel C. Consuegra I
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SPRATLIN TOWING & RECOVERY,
LLC. gives Notice of Foreclosure ofl
Lien and intent to sell these vehicles
on 08/06/2013, 10:00 am at 18536
US Hwy 301 N. STARKE, FL 32091-i
0314, pursuant to subsection 713.78S
of the Florida Statutes. SPRATLIN
TOWING & RECOVERY, LLC. re-.
serves the right to accept or reject1
any and/or all bids. GE
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S PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular scheduled meeting of
the Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled August
5, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. in the Commis-
sion Meeting Room located in the:
north wing of the Bradford County.-
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,;?
Starke, FL. A cbpy of the Agenda'.
may be obtained, six days prior to];;1
meeting, from the Bradford County4'
-website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov or
from the office of the Bradford County;
Manager located in the north wing ot.
the Bradford County Courthouse:
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Friday August 9th Bradford County Fairgrounds



YOU can still be a part of the

COMMITTEE OF 100 ORGANIZERS

IF you are willing to donate as little as $5000


Please make check out to:
Send to:


The objective of this event is to
provide free, information to the general
public about the county's varied
organizations and to provide some
school supplies for each student who
attends.
Like last year, organizers plan to
reduce lines and wait times by
designating 30-minute slots for students
from particular schools to come. If
students/parents cannot come during
their schools designated time, they can
come during the last time slot of the
evening.
School supply bags will be handed out
when students enter the facility. These-
bags will be specifically packed for
elementary, middle school and high
school students. Students, along with
their parents, will be asked to visit at


Back to School Info Fair
Santa Fe College
Attn: Cheryl Canova
209 W. Call Street
Starke, FL 32091


least 12 of the information booths and
have their cards signed for a chance to
win a gift card from Walmart. Drawings
will be done every 30 minutes.
To meet the goal of providing a
backpack to each student who attends'
and to provide gift cards for the
drawings,, donations are needed.
If your organization would like to
participate by having an information
booth, organizers are asking for a
voluntary donation of $100. If you do
not have funds allocated for such an
event, you are still invited to set up a
booth and share your information.
-Giving-out school supplies from your
booth is also optional since school
supplies will be'handed out after
students have visited your booth.


For more information, please call:

904-964-5382 or 352-395-4410








THURSDAY, ihnx 25, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 7A
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SWAT
Continued from 5A
electronic nicotine-delivery
devices, unapproved by FDA
and considered, tobacco by the
federal government.
. Originally these products were
marketed as smoking cessation
alternatives, however with new
packaging and flavors, they are


evolving into youth initiation
devices. The state of Florida
does not have anything in
statute on e-cigarettes and since
the FDA has not taken action,
states and local governments
should be encouraged to pass fair
legislation restricting their access
to youth along with where they
can be used in public settings
such as schools and workplaces.
Neighboring Clay County
recently passed the first


comprehensive ordinance that
restricts their placement in stores,
their use in the workplace and
their sales to minors. Bradford
SWAT encouraged Bradley to
consider reasonable legislation
that would address this issue at
the state level as well.
For more information on
Bradford County SWAT please.
contact& jhewett@ quitdoc.com.
Submitted by SWAT.


Bradford County SWAT membersthanked Sen. Rob Bradley for his support. Pictured
(l-r) are Shelby Wllklson, Mackenzie Gault, Bradley and McKenzie Dopjgherty.


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Bradford County School Board will soon consider a budget for
; ~2013-2014.
A public hearing to make a DECISION on the budget AND TAXES will be
S held on: .

:Monday, July.29, 2013

5:01 p.m.
At .

SBradford County School Board'Room located at 501 W. Washington
1Street, Starke, FL' .


*. *, '.- ' . ".'** '
PROPOSED MILLAGE LEVIES
'REQUIRED LOCAL EFFORT
BASIC DISCRETIONARY OPER
'- IA6.1C DISCRETIONARYCAPIT
TOTAL MILLAGE
: '' . -, .


NOTICE OF TAX FOR SCHOOL
CAPITAL OUTLAY

The School Board of Bradford County will soon consider a measure
to continue to impose a, 1.50 mill property tax for the capital outlay
projects listed herein. ::

This tax is in addition to the school board's proposed tax of 6.099
mills for operating expenses and is proposed solely at the discretion
of the school board.

The capital outlay tax will generate approximately $1,287,180 to be
used for the following projects:.
MAINTENANCE, RENOVATION, AND REPAIR,,:.:. .
Countywide Electrical
Countywide Fencing
Countywide HVAC v
Countywide Painting
Countywide Paving .
Countywide Plumbing .
Countywide Rewiring 7
Countywide Roofing
Septic System Replacement at BES

MOTOR BEHICLE PURCHASES "
Purchase of One (1) Bus

NEW AND REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT, COMPUTERS AND
ELECTRONIC LEARNING DEVICES, AND ENTERPRISE RESOURCE
SOFTWARE
Countywide Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment
LCIF Technology Purchases
Instructional Materials Hardware
Enterprise Software


PAYMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND
UNDER A LEASE-PURCHASE AGREEMENT /..
SES Portables


SITES DUE-


PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS FOR PROPERTY AND -.CASULTY
INSURANCE NECESSARY TO INSURE THE EDUCATIONAL AND.
ANCILLARY PLANTS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT

All concerned citizens are invited to a public hearing to be held on
July 29, 2013 at 5:01 p.m. at the Bradford County School, Board'
Meeting Room, 501 W. Washington Street, Starke, Florida.


A DECISION on the proposed CAPITAL OUTLAY TAXES will be
at this hearing. ,,


*. BUDGET SUMMARY ...
SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY'
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014 .*.,..: ,:-

THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY :
ARE 1% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

SUBJECT TO 10-MILL CAP: ' :; ''; "" ': : :: "
5.3510
ZATING 0.7480 / 'i;. : "
FAL OUTLAY 1.5000
S7.5990 . ". ...",,: :

DI Ir"-,T A "Al I' M. "I.". ,: "" .' ... .


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bL~j'..I PALL t-UNJLJO
ESTIMATED REVENUES ,. GENERAL SPECIAL REVENUE DEBT SERVICE .'.ITALPROJECTS
F, EDERAL SOURCE"S 227,500.00 4,339,781.21 ... : .* -
STATE SOURCES,. ; 18,275,836.64 22,407.00 "110,250.00 : 21,200,00
,IOCAL SOURCES 5,921,374.39, 378,000.00 .. ..,' .". 1,287,179.69
STOTALSOURCES '24,424,711.03 4,740,188.21 ". 110,250.00 ; 1,308,379.69
TRANSFERS IN. .___-___. ______.___ ___';.: .... _._.._-_
ITUND/NET ASSET BALANCES _2,882,616.74 59,437.40 '' 9,585.65- 1,688,143.03
TOTAL REVENUES, TRANSFERS, AND ,.
FUND/NETASSET BALANCES 27,307,327.77 4,799,625.61 119,835.65 2,996,522.72
j E X P E N D IT U R E S .. ........ '.":: .;. : :" i '
INSTRUCTION 14,664,549.09 2,220,998.33 . : -., ..
PUPIL PERSONNEL SERVICES 1,203,741.38 212,721.45 ....__-_._-_.... .,._.
INSTRUCTIQNAL MEDIA SERVICES ,. ... 324,730.92 -'...... "_ ;______"-
!%ISTRUCTIONAL&CURRICULUM .. 3 17 7 .. :: -'. : ",2:3:' ....
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES __ 335,512.03 __379,487.45 ___"', .". ':_. .;:"":.;-"
INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF TRAINING .."233,139.05.130,782.44 ',.". _... _
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY .150,305.15 58,443.32 _'" _:, '-_ ._ -
BOARD OF EDUCATION 275,974.98- ...:::..::.. -
GENERALADMINISTRATION 326,598.80 36,681.03__________ .... .
$CHOOL ADMINISTRATION 1,930,365.38 .5,000.00 ..' ..." ..2.2050' .
FACILITIES ACQ. CONSTRUCTION'" 4,007.80 .6-"., .:':i::,. ': 2.20,503.14
FISCAL SERVICES_. 301,106.29_ _ . -'..... .. .. -
FOOD SERVICES _______-___ 1,652,790.00 "..'__ _'_.. _____-,".",'---.'
CENTRAL SERVICES 255,282.02 '_.___"_'"____- ., ._ _
PUPIL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 1 ,720,745.59 '. "'- '" 136,788.00
OPERATION OF PLANT 2;377,261.93 ..'i...- -:i 213,690.00
MAINTENANCE OF PLANT 649,895.96 ...____..:'"."'" "'
aiDMINISTRATIVE TECHNOLOGY' 500,056.64 72,784.54 ..______.. :" .493.50
COMMUNITY SERVICES .216,336.72 -" ."" ."- ':,,., .
PEBT SERVICES.,,. -,"...______' 0._____,2 ' "'.": 19,048.08
SEQUESTRATION 26,862.65' "',:""":.:__ _"_"__"_..._______"
STOTAL EXPENDITURES "25,469,609.73 4,796,551.21 110,250 .:"296,522.72
TRANSFERS OUT ____,._______________________ .:_'__'__". _____________ '-,..._,.
FUND/NET ASSET BALANCES 1,837,718.04 3,074.40 " ", 5$' "; : -
TOTAL APPROPRIATED EXPENDITURES; :-. '' .. '
TRANSFERS, AND FUND/NET ASSET BALANCES 27,307,327.77 4,799,625.61 8,-:5.:". I ""'2 ,22.72
THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED AND/OR FINAL. BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE-.":.^
ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLICECQRD :


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? B Section Thursday, July 25, 2013 FEATURES
"R CRIME
SOCIALS

REGIONAL ANE6AW S E S EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



-College for Kids: a different kind of classroom experience


,:.BY CLIFF SMELLEY
1Rfgional News/Sports Editor
The last day of school is nor-
mally cause for celebration
among students, but it's quite
a different matter when you're
talking about the Santa Fe Col-
lege Andrews Center's College
for Kids program.
."I'll be really sad because I
really enjoy it," said Kenedy
Elder, one of 33 who enrolled in
this year's program. "It gives me
something to do, on the week-
days (during summer)."
The two-week program,


which is open to rising fifth-
ninth-graders, presents quite the
different atmosphere than the
regular school setting. Yes, the
children learn something, but it
is in a relaxed, fun atmosphere.
Bradford Middle School
teacher Linda Sheffield witness-
es the difference first hand as the
College for Kids coordinator-a
role she's filled since the pro-
gram's inception in 2003. When
it's time for children to change
classes, they are sometimes
reluctant to leave, being so en-
grossed in whatever project they
are working on.


Larissa Brown (foreground) participates in the
Zumba class. Pictured immediately behind her are
(1-r) Adriahnna Harper and Joseph Griff is. Summer
Atteberry, Grant Gillenwaters and Amanda Young are
also pictured. ....


Laura Young works In one
of the program's crafts
classes.
"I have to shoo them out to
get them to go to the next class,"
Sheffield said.
Many children enjoy the pro-
gram so much, they look for-
ward to returning the following
year. In fact, several who are no
longer eligible to enroll because
of their age wind up returning
anyway as volunteer helpers.
(John Baier, Chris Shannon,
Aaron Waldorf and Carleigh
Whitehead served as volunteers
this year.)
"That tells me we are a suc-
cessful program," Sheffield
said. "If our classes and teachers
weren't interesting, we wouldn't
have kids come back."
Elder is one of 23 students this
year who attended the program
in the past. She attended for the
first time in 2011. (A busy sum-
mer kept her from enrolling last
year.)
"I really enjoyed it," she said
of her first year. "I liked the sci-
ence class. That was my favorite
part about it."
Therefore, Elder was looking
forward to taking a science.class
again Th-e-MW'dSci"enisT's-Lab-


Emily Peoples (far right) is pictured with her sister, Dana, and her parents, James
-.and Jeannie.


Sister an inspiration and

motivator for KHHS student


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
If Emily Peoples follows
through on her desire to become
an occupational therapist, she'll
have plenty of experience prior
to her first day on the job.
:Call it on-the-job training, fu-
eled by love.
I.The 16-year-old rising Key-
stoine Heights High School se-
nior has been right there with her
parents-James and Jeannie-in
helping to care for her sister,
Dana, who has Down syndrome
and is also autistic.
"I think I always really want-
ed to be a part of Dana's life in
every aspect," Emily said.
On the one hand, Emily is the
big sister who loves to take her
little sister on drives through
town now that Emily has her
driver's license. If the family is
in a store together, Emily likes
to take Dana off away from their
parents so the girls can do. some
shopping by themselves.
On the other hand, Emily is
like a mother to Dana, willingly
stepping into the caregiver role
filled by James and Jeannie.


Emily Peoples
has some fun
with her sister,
Dana. Parents
James and
Jeannie Peoples
say 16-year-
old Emily has
a special bond
with Dana,
who has Down
syndrome and is
also autistic.


"I always think of myself as
the third parent, I guess," Emily
said. "I've always had to help
Dana and take care of her. I cel-
ebrate her accomplishments the
same way my parents do. I'm so
excited for her and proud of het
and want to help her do as much
as she can."
Jeannie, who works at KHHS,
said she saw that nurturing na-
ture in Emily early on, recall-
ing how Emily always *-nicd


to hold Dana when Dana was an
infant.
"She's always been-even
with her dolls-very maternal
and motherly," Jeannie said of
Emily. "She takes good care of
all her babies-pets, dolls, ev-
erything."
James, who is the pastor
at Keystone's Trinity Baptist
Church, said, "They've always
See PEOPLES, 2B


oratory class fit the bill, though
how could anyone pass up a
class that asked, in its course
description, "Do you crave bub-
bling potions, slimy ooze and
ghoulish, glowing objects?"
Elder said she was also look-
ing forward to taking Cool
Crafts, which she had not taken
in 2011. That class was fun, she
said, while another class she had
not taken before-Cool Science
Investigation-turned out to be
a pleasant surprise;
"We got to do different things
that deal with forensic science,
fingerprints and stuff like that,"
Elder said.
For students like Elder, the
first day of the July 8-19 session
was no big deal because they
.had taken the program before.
For first-time students, though,
it can be a little scary at first set-
ting foot onto a college campus
and not being too sure of what
you're getting into.
"They're nervous, especially
the young ones," Sheffield said.
"The older ones kind of show
them the ropes."
However, thanks to the Jr.
College for Kids program,
which completed its third year
earlier this summer, the younger
College for Kids participants
already kind of know what to
expect. Sheffield said those stu-
dents are just excited to be part
of the older group.
"They think they're some-
thing. They really do," Sheffield
said.
Adriahnna Harper was a first-
time student this year who said
she really enjoyed the Creative
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PEOPLES
TContinued from 1B

had a real special bond. It's just
neat to see how that continues to
evolve."
James and Jeannie knew be-
fore Dana's birth that she had
Down syndrome. (The diagnosis
of autism would come after Dana
was born.) As a young child, all.
Emily knew was that she was go-
ing to have a little sister. She re-
membered being very excited on
the drive to the hospital for the
birth and was looking forward to
having someone to have fun with
at home.
"I just remember always want-
ing to play with her no matter
what," Emily said of her earliest
childhood memories.
Dana began therapy at two
weeks of age. Emily would al-
ways be right there with her.
"We were in Gainesville sev-
eral times a week from the time
Dana was little," Jeannie said.
"Emily was always an active part
of that."
Emily said she can't recall
when she became aware that her
sister was dealing with health
issues. Knowing that her sister
was different from other chil-
dren, however, was not a fact she
chose to hide from others.
"I always wanted to show
her off. 'I have a special sister.'
I would always want to tell my
friends about her and things like
that," Emily said.
Emily's close friends, in es-
sence, have grown up with Dana,
so they view her like a sister as
well.
"Sometimes they'll run to her
first before they come to me,"
Emily said of her friends. "They
want to say hi to her."
Dana can say a few words,
which she learned Ito say prior
to her autism diagnosis, but her
communication is mostly non-
verbal. She makes plenty of
sound, though, which can cause a
few heads to turn when the fam-
ily is in public.
"Dana makes funny noises,"
Jeannie said. "Any of us would
tVmrn our heads. That's fine. It's
curiosity."
It's the stares that go beyond.
simple curiosity that can be
sometimes hard to deal with.
Emily, though, said she has nev-
e r been embarrassed by her sister
Sand welcomes any opportunity to
talk about her.
"I've always been really open
about, 'This is what my sister
Shas,'" Emily said. "My friends
Shave asked me questions, even,
S'What's the life span of someone
with Down syndrome,' which is
kind of a tough question, but I'm
ppen to answering if they're curi-
ous."
Emily had the chance to talk
about her sister in front of a
crowd at the 2013 Miss KHHS
pageant when she was asked
about her desire to be an.occu-
patibnal therapist, with a focus
on children as patients. Emily,
who was crowned Miss KHHS,
talked about what Dana means to
Usher and how Dana will always be
a partofherlife.
"It was neat because you could
tell all that just flowed out of her
Heartt" Jeannie said.
Emily said the thought of be-
Scoming an occupational therapist'
;probably crossed her mind when
she was in the seventh or eighth
grade. She was home schooled
those years and spent more time
involved in her sister's therapy
sessions.
"I've always loved it and en-
joyed it," Emily said. "I've got-
ten to see what her therapists
do with other kids with special


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Dana and Emily Peoples share a tender moment.
(Photo courtesy of the Peoples family.)


needs while we were there. I
guess that thought crossed my
mind, 'That's something I can
do, using my knowledge with
Dana.'"
James said Emily has been
blessed with a gift of compas-
sion that will serve her well in
such a career.
"We greatly support her in
moving ahead with that and see-
ing how well she does that," he
said.
For now, Emily is simply en-
joying her time with her little
sister, whether it's sitting to-
gether on the couch and watch-
ing. movies, or enjoying Dana's
favorite drink-chocolate milk.
Another activity would in-
volve Dana climbing all over
her sister.
"She wants towallow on Em-
ily," Jeannie said. "She thinks
Emily's a jungle gym. They just
lay on the floor together."
The two girls share a love
of theme parks, with Dana es-
pecially enjoying kiddie-sized
roller coasters. A recent vacation
turned out to be extra fun in that
Dana was able to stand on the
bottom of a swimming pool and
have her head above water for
the first time ever.
"She was jumping and just
having a fun time," Emily said.
It is that joy that quickly di-
minishes any thoughts of feeling
sorry for Dana because of the
things she can't do, Emily said.
How can you feel sad for some-
one who's smiling and express-
ing her pleasure over the things
she can do?
"I think she's so happy," Em-
ily said.
Emily admitted the one thing
she feels she misses out on is the
fact she and Dana can't have ac-
tual conversations consisting of
words. However, though they
don't share the typical heart-
to-heart talks sisters may have,
Emily wouldn't change anything


about her sister or the relation-
,ship they have. Emily said Dana
has had such a positive impact
on her life.
"I definitely wouldn't be the
same-," Emily said when think-
ing about if things had turned
out differently.
Jeannie said she and James
have never wanted Emily to feel
like she has an obligation to her
sister that takes her away from
otherthings she wants to do.That
hasn't been an issue. Emily still
finds the time to hang out with
her friends, participate in school
clubs such as Students for Christ
and be an active participant in
church, whether it's singing as
part of her youth group or help-
ing out in the nursery.
Emily recently completed her
third year of participation in
Student Leadership University,
which is a faith-based leadership
group. She took trips to Orlando
and Washington, D.C., during
her first and second years of
participation, while this summer
she took a trip to Europe, which
included taking in the sights in
London and Paris and visiting
the beaches of Normandy on
July 4.
"Dana's never held me back
from anything," Emily said.
"I've never felt like I missed out
on anything."
So in many ways, Emily is
still what you would think of as
a typical teenager. Jeannie said
Emily enjoys being "silly and
goofy," but said Emily has also
grown up quicker than other
teens in many ways. You can
see it in how she interacts with
and takes care of her 'sister, or
in how she naturally gravitates
toward other families who have
children with special needs and
disabilities.
"It's been really neat to watch
her heart and how it's grown,"
Jeannie said.


UCHS student Findley takes 1st

at USA Powerlifting nationals


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
A record-setting performance
at the July 7 USA Powerlifting
Central Florida Open Champion-
ships had rising Union County
High School senior Kaylee Find-
Icy feeling pretty confident head-
ing into the July 19-21 Raw/Un-
equipped National Powerlifting
Championships in Orlando.
That confidence resulted in
another first-class performance
as Findley won the 16-17-year-
old division with totals of 170 in
the bench press, 298 in the back
squat and 358 in the dead lift.
"It went amazing," Findley
said. "I did more than I thought
I was going to do there."
Union coach Bryan Griffis
said the 16-year-old exceeded
his expectations in the dead lift,
and event he thought she'd have
a 345 total in.
As for her back squat, Griffis
said Findley could've easily had
a higher total, but the plan was to
stick-to "safe" lifts.
Griffis said there will be no
safe lists at Findley's next power-
lifting meet-the USAPL South-
eastern USA Regional Open
Championships, which will be
held in October in Orlando.
"I think she could've done
more (this past) Sunday in the
squat, but at the next meet, she'll
break the record," Griffis said.
Findley needs only to lift ap-
proximately 5 pounds more to
set records in the bench press
and the dead lift. She's approxi-
mately 25-30 pounds away from
setting a back squat record.
"She's going to break them
all," Griffis said.
Findley is looking forward to
that October meet, though she's


also thankful for the time she has
before then-time she plans on
using to get better.
"I've got to build my strength
back up and get stronger than I
am today," she said, "but I would
say I'm ready for (the meet)."
Griffis said what Findley has
accomplished-including quali-
fying for next summer's world
championships and officially
joining Team USA this past Sun-
day-is not only big for her, but
big for Lake Butler and'Union
County. He said he would love
to see a large group from the
community present at the Octo-
ber meet.
"I'm expecting great things
out of her," Griffis said, adding,
"She's already achieved stuff
most people only dream of."
Findley said she wished to
express her thanks to all. those
who have helped support her
up to this point, including John
Kukan. She will need contin-
ued support and sponsorships in
preparing for the world champi-
onships, which will be held in
South Africa. Anyone interested


Kaylee Findley will
follow up a first-
place performance at
a USA Powerlifting
nationals event with an
appearance in the October
southeastern regionals.
in helping or becoming a spon-
sor may contact Findley at find-
leyllynn@gmail.com or Griffis
at 352-494-1362.


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its annual fundraising golf tournament July 19 at the
Starke Golf and Country Club, with 15 teams competing
to raise approximately $5,000. ABOVE: The first-place
team of (l-r) Keith Eddy, Jeff Norris, Houston Whitehead
and Tim Whitehead won $240, with each member
Receiving a one-month membership to the Starke Golf
and Country Club. RIGHT: Andre Davis won $100 by
placing first in the putting contest. NOT PICTURED:
SRalph Parrish and Rick McDavid were tops in the
- closest to the pin and closest to the line contests,
; respectively. Jeff Norris (pictured with the first-place
team above) had the longest drive. The three men
each received a box of Titleist Pro V1 golf balls and a
foursome to the Starke Golf and Country Club.


Placing second were (1-r) Wade Britt, Bruce Dukes, Randy Jones and Don Andrews.
The team won $160, with each member receiving an oil change courtesy of Murray
Ford SuperStore of Starke.


The third-place team consisted of (1-r) Michael Cochran, Jim Godwin, Tommy
SMobley and Chandler Kramer. The team won $80, with each member receiving an oil
change courtesy of Murray Ford SuperStore of Starke.


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have played in the NBA's
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played at Lake Butler Middle
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Owens, Penrod wed on New Year's Evei

Owens, Penrod wed on New Year's Eve


The joyous mountain wedding
of VeRonica Raquel Owens and
Peter Lawrence Penrod was held
in historic Abingdon, Virginia,
on New Year's Eve at 6:00 in
the evening. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
B: Owens, Keystone Heights,
Florida. The groom is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. James C. Penrod
and Ms. Shannon A. Lynch, Port
Saint Joe, Florida. Grandparents
of the bride are Mrs. Frances C.
Duty, Penney Farms, Florida,
and the late Mr. Earnest P. Duty
and the late Mr. and Mrs. Wood-
row W. Owens. Grandparents of
the groom are Mrs. Jean Penrod,
Port Saint Joe, Florida, and the
late Mr. Charles Penrod and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey B.
Lynch.
The candlelight service at
Green Spring Presbyterian
Church, established in 1781,
was a celebration of family heri-
tage and faith. The bride and
groom value that they "sit in the
shade of trees planted long ago"
and paid high honor to their fam-
ily legacy bearers throughout the
ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. James Osborne,
Stonewood, West Virginia, and
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rempe,
Lincoln, Nebraska, aunts and
uncles of the bride, welcomed
guests to' the wedding with a
nativity Christmas ornament
carved of olive wood from Beth-
lehem.
The bride's cousins, Mr. Er-
nest Brock Keen, Newport
News, "Virginia, Mr. Jordan
Heath Keen, Bristol, Virginia,
and Ms. Heather Joan Rempe,
Overland Park, Kansas, led the
wedding prelude of favorite
Christmas hymns. They were
accompanied in song by the
Littlest Children's Choir, Mr.
Ernest Brock Keen II, Newport-
News, VA, Miss Ella Addi-
son Keen, Bristol, VA, and Mr.
Luke Jackson Garrett, Lebanon,
.VA, led by the bride's aunt, Ms.
Donna Renee Duty, Morristown,
.Tennessee. The prelude came to
a close as the bride's uncle, Mr.
Jack D. Keen; Abingdon, Vir-
ginia, read The Christmas Story
from the Gospel of Luke while
the bride's cousins, Miss Lilly
Jade Colley, Mr. Dylan Marcus
Rasnake, and Miss Amelia Faidi
Coleman, Haysi, Virginia, stood
alongside as The Littlest Nativ-
ity, comprised of Mary,.Joseph,,
and theAngel of the Lord.
The wedding party entered to
S "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring"
S performed by soloist and Min-
ister of Music at Green Spring
S Presbyterian Church, Mr. Kevin
Plannagan, and pianist, Mrs.
Anita Coulthard, Professor of
Music at Emory and Henry Col-
lege. Bridesmaids were Ms.
Donna Renee Duty, Mrs. Steph-
anie S. Jackson, cousin of the
bride, San Mateo, Florida, Alys-
ja Boatwright Penrod, sister-in-
law of the bride, Panama City
Beach, Tlorida, and childhood
friends ,of the bride, Ms. Kelley
F. Eaton-anfd Ms. Heather Mi-
chielle Jones, Gainesville, Flori-
da. Honorary Matron of Honor
was the bride's mother and best
friend forever Mrs. Rose Ow-
ens. Groomsmen were the Best
Man and brother of the groom,
Mr. Ross A. Penrod, Panama
City Beach, Florida, friends of
the groom from Tallahassee,
SFlorida, Mr. Richard Oliver
Carson, Mr. Edward J. Fernan-
dez, and Mr. Stephen Prentiss
Huddleston, Mr. Alec Dennis
Harmes, Austin, Texas, and Mr.
Ryan Christopher Hefner, West
Bend, Indiana. The groom was
escorted to the altar by his father
and mother.
Ring Bearer, Mr. Ernest
Brock Keen II, carried the wed-


ding rings atop family Bibles.
Flower girls were cousins of the
bride and groom, Miss Adalyn
Blakesleigh Bosse, Charlotte,
North Carolina, Miss Charlotte
Walker Lynch, Amberg, Bayern,
Germany, Miss Ella Addison
Keen, Bristol, Virginia, Miss
Katharine Claire Jenkins, La
Gaude, France, and Miss Savan-
nah Lanae Church, Haysi, Vir-
ginia, who sprinkled snow down
the aisle to Make way for the
bride. Flower girls wore custom
designs by Mrs. Angela Bostick
of Dandelion Avenue, Keystone
Heights, Florida.
SEscorted to the altar and given
in marriage by her parents, the
bride wore a Chantilly lace Vera
Wang gown with a Cathedral
,,.train ,and entered,, the ,sanctu-
ary to "Christmas Canon in D."
The bride's wedding flowers
were green-eyed roses and pink
veronicas. The bride's mother
tied the bride's bouquet with
a golden ribbon to match the
golden bow on the bride's veil,
handmade by Mrs. Joan Mowry,
Keystone Heights, Florida.
Officiants were Reverend An-
cil Childress, Rowe, Virginia,
who married the bride's par-
ents thirty-four years ago, and
Mr. Geoffrey Beaufort Lynch,
Winter Park, Florida, uncle of
the groom. Mr. Lynch gave the
welcome blessing and officiated
over Holy Communion, -while
Mr. Alan Beaufort Lynch, Vir-
ginia Beach, Mr. Geoffrey Beau-
fort Lynch III, Amberg, Bayern,
Germany, Mr. Jared Anson Ow-
ens, Jonesborough, Tennessee,
and Mr. Tyson Sebastian Os-
borne, Dover, Delaware, cousins
of the bride and groom, served
the congregation. Mr. Dylan Mi-
chael Jackson, San Mateo, Flor-
ida, cousin of the bride, lit the
Advent candles of hope, peace,
joy, love, and Christ, while Ms.
Donna Renee Duty sang "0
Holy Night." The congregation
stood as Reverend Childress
performed the candlelight vow
and ring exchange and gave the
mountain blessing and prayer
for the bride and groom. The


"Hallelujah Chorus" brought the
evening to a joyous conclusion.
Dinner and dancing followed
the ceremony at The Martha
Washington Inn, established
in 1832. The ballroom was re-
splendent with the twinkle of
twenty-three Christmas trees.
Guests enjoyed a candlelight
Christmas feast, complete with
Grandma Lynch's cheese grits
and Mamaw Owens' chicken
and dumplings. The sweet
course included a pastries des-
sert bar, "lumps of coal" choco-
lates to honor the bride's family
coal heritage, the bride's home-
style cake, and the groom's red
snapper fish cake that charmed
with, "Great Catch, Peter!" The
bride and her father got the party
started with Chubby Checker's,
"The Twist," while the band,
Another Level from Richmond,
Virginia, kept the guests on their
feet. The evening concluded'
with a visit from Ole' Saint Nick
and Mrs. Clause, a midnight
snack of Nanny Duty's Virginia
ham, biscuits, and a fireworks
send off for the bride and groom.
The rehearsal dinner was
hosted by the groom's mother
at The Olde Farm Golf Club in
Bristol, Virginia. Family and'
friends gathered for an evening
of barbeque and mountain mu-
sic. Mr. Ernest Brock Keen paid
tribute to the bride and groom's
heritage with his original song
entitled, "Salt and Coal."
VeRonica graduated cum
laude from Florida State Univer-
sity and earned her Juris Doctor-
ate degree from Florida Coastal
School of Law. She serves as
an Administrative Law Judge
for the State of Florida and has
her own law practice in Key-
stone Heights, FL. Peter studied
criminology at the University
of Florida and earned his Juris
Doctorate degree from Florida
Coastal School of Law. He
serves as the Assistant General
Counsel for the Department of
Economic Opportunity for the
State of Florida.


editor@bctelegraph.com

Leave legal


process alone

Dear Editor:
It seems to me that the state
government, Duval County pros-
ecution office put matters out of
kilter as well 'as the president's
office and the U.S. Attorney
General's office in regard to
court action and the findings of
the jury in the Zimmerman trial.
For me, it is the responsibil-
ity of all of the aforementioned
entities to support and defend the
DUE PROCESS of that part of
the government that our consti-
tution and by-laws set aside for
that purpose.
If the laws were written to al-
low double jeopardy, then we
should have it. If the laws were
written to allow the judge to
overrule the jury, then it should
happen that way.
But it don't, don't, don't. The
president, the attorney general,
the governor and everybody else
that believes that they have some
form of legal power to change or
manipulate ithe legal direction of
the system should shut the hell
up and quit trying to usurp the
legal function as it has been con-
ceived.
Throughout this country, we
have neighborhood watch pro-
grams, and they are in place for a
real purpose. When these legiti-
mate watchpersons inquire of a
person as to their reason for be-
ing where they are, they should
expect a reasonable answer. They
should not be expected to defend
themselves.
I believe that you and your
neighbor should have the right to
inquire of anyone who is in the
neighborhood they don't recog-
nize as belonging there without
being attacked insulted or criti-
cized.
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road


Where's

outrage over
Green death?

Dear Editor:
Why is it that I'm not seeing
or hearing Al Sharpton or Jesse
Jackson going ballistic over the
death of Darryl Green, a black,
16-year-old Chicago resident
who was found shot to death dur-
ing the Zimmerman trial?
Why is it that of all the media
outlets that we have in this coun-
try, only one newspaper and one
TV station have even mentioned
this murder?
Why is it that no politician,
including Chicago's mayor or
our crime-conscious president,
has commented on Mr. Green's
death? It is alleged that Darryl
Green was executed because


he had recently refused to join
a gang. If so, that would mean
that Darryl was in all likelihood
killed by a black male. Now that
would make ignoring Green's
murder the logical thing to do
because this particular tragedy
won't make good fodder for the
race war being waged by many
of our "illustrious" (so-called)
leaders, as well as numerous
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Butler in the Palestine district.
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6 ounces, and measured 20 .
inches in length. He joins proud
big brothers Landin, 6, Elias, 4,
and Reise, 2.
Maternal grandparents are
Jack and Vickie Moran of
Hampton and maternal great-
grandparett is Betty Dawkins of
Homestead.
Paternal grandparents are Joe
and Debbie. Feagle of Alachua
and paternal great-grandparent is
Virginia Bleasdale of Keystone
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Mary Griffis

Mary Griffis
STARKE-Ms. Mary Alice
Griffis, 70, of Starke passed away
Sunday, July 21,2013.
'A retired seamstress, Ms. Griffis
enjoyed watching TV and spending
time with her grandchildren, family
and friends.
She is survived by: her son,
Daniel Griffis of Starke; daughter
June Neats of Starke; brothers
William Lee Hughes of Middleburg
and James Franklin (Linda) Hughes
of Savannah, Ga.; sister Mary
Louise Ayers of Enterprise, Ala.;
four grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by:
her:' husband, Joseph E. Griffis
Sr.; sisters Willie Mae Dotson and
Esse Pearl Hughes; and a brother,
J.D. Hughes.
Funeral services will be held I11I
a.m. on Friday, July 26, at the Forbes
Furine.ral Home' chapel, with Rev.
David Hodges officiating. Interment
wilf follow at Evergreen Cemetery
in Raiford.
the family will receive friends
from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Thursday,
July 25, at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Forbes Funeralt
Ho#ie of Macclenny. Please sign
the; online guestboak at www.
forbesfuneralhome.net.
PAID OBITUARY


He served oi the Columbia
County School Board from !972 to
1976. During this time, he co-owned
and managed Magnolia Barbcque
with his father. Because of his love
for education and for the students
of Columbia County, he ran-
unsuccessfully-for superintendent
of schools in 1976. Though he
did not win the election, he stayed
active in education, returning to the
classroom until 1980. In 1980, Sam
was appointed principal of Five
Points Elementary, a position he
held for 24 years. In 2004, he was
elected superintendent of schools
and served until 2008. Sam was
a great leader and a wonderful
and compassionate educator who
always placed the needs of the
students, teachers and staff first. He
made sure his students never went
without, often quietly giving them
lunch money, shoes, eyeglasses,
warm clothing or money for the
electricity in their home.
Sam Markham was an avid
bass fisherman and won numerous
tournaments over the course of three
decades. He was an avid Florida
Gator football fan, and he loved
spending time with his family and
friends at the games; both home and
away. He loved spending time in his
mountain home in Franklin, N.C.
He spent many hours cross-stitching
and won awards at the Columbia
County Fair for his artwork. In the
last five years, he took up whittling
as a hobby and created handcrafted,
carved walking sticks. Sam was a
member of the Lake City Lions Club
and the Elks Club.
Sam was preceded in death by
his parents, Grady Deen Markham
and Estelle Kent Markham. He is
survived by: his wife of 50 years,


Carroll Markham;' his daughter,
Belinda Markham (Chuck) Wood of
Ocala; his son, Samuel D. (Merry-
Jennifer) Markham of Gainesville;
four grandchildren, Hannah and
Erica Wood of Ocala, and Madeline
and Oliver Markham of Gainesville;
cousins Harlan Markham, Harry
"Sonny" Watkins Jr.' and Robbie
(Leland) Douberley, all of Lake
City; and his close friend,' David
Monroe of Lake City.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m.
on Thursday, July 25, at Hopeful
Baptist Church at 289 S.E. Hopeful
Drive in Lake City. Internment will
follow at Hopeful Cemetery,
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Haven Hospice of
Lake City, 6037 W. U.S. Hwy. 90,
Lake City,.FL 32055.
Arrangements are under the
direction of Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home of Lake City. Please
sign -the online family guestbook at
www.parrishfamilyfuneralhome.
com.
PAID OBITUARY


Dorothy Sherrill
STARKE-Dorothy "Dot"
Sherrill, 83, of Starke, died at home
Thursday,July 18,2013.
She was bom September 1929
in Lake Butler to the late Doris
and Eva (Conner) Cole. She was a
volunteer for the hospital auxiliary
and with the women's group at First
United Methodist Church of Starke.
Along with her parents, she was
preceded in death by her husband of
66 years, Joe Sherrill.
She is survived by her family.
No services are scheduled at this


time.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.


Donald Wilkison

Donald Wilkison
JACKSONVILLE-Donald Earl
Wilkison, 86, of Jacksonville, died
on Sunday, July 21, 2013, at St.
Vincent's Riverside Community
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Tagged bass,
lionfish
invasion,
tourney results

and more
The dog days of summer are
here. The weather is hot, but the
rain is more plentiful .than years
*past.
If you are staying local with
your fishing, try it early, late
and at night. If you like the west
coast and want some relief from
the sun, try the bay scallops. If
you like the east coast, remember
the river shrimp.
The department stores are
already displaying hunting gear,
so we can anticipate the cooler
weather changes on the horizon.

Tagged bass
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
often tags bass with a thin,
plastic streamer. The streamer
will have contact information
and a cash value for reporting
the catch. The data collected
helps the commission manage
and regulate bass populations
in a successful manner, and the
monetary rewards are considered
part of the conservation expense.
On July 17, at the Bald Eagle
tournament, the teams of Wayne
Geiger and Zack Smith and
John Breton and Logan Zazo


Logan, Zazo displays the
big bass of the Joey Tyson
Bald Eagle tournament.


LEGALS



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A VARIANCE AS
PROVIDED FOR IN THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND DE-
VELOPMENT REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to the Bradford
County Land Development Regula-
tions, as. amended, hereinafter re-
ferred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections, recommen-,
dations and comments. concerning
a variance, as described below, wll l
be heard by the Planning and Zoning
Board of Bradford County, Florida, at
a public hearing on August 5th, 2013
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the Coun-
ty Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, County Courthouse located at
945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
V 13-04, a petition by Craig Sellers,
to request a Variance be granted as
provided for in Section 4.5.7.1 of the
radford County Land Development
Regulations to allow a variance from
minimum yard setback requirements
in a Residential Estate (RE) zoning
classification from the required 30
feet front setback te a requested 14
foot setback on the North side of the
property described as follows:
Commencing at the Northwest cor-
ner of Section 35, Township 8 South,
Range 22 East, Thence run East
along the North line of said Section
35, a-distance of 495 feet to the point
of beginning. Thence continue East
Along aforesaid section line a distance
of 75 feet. Thence run South 212 feet,
more or less, to the water's edge of
Lake Santa Fe. Thence run Westerly
along the water's edge of said lake 75
feet, more or less, to a point bearing
South from the Point of Beginning.
Thence run North 205 feet, more or
less, to the point of beginning, the
above described parcel of land being
in the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of
Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of Sec-
tion 35, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
(Being Bradford County Parcel Num-
ber 06102-0-00200)
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any in-
terested party shall be advised that
the date, timeand place of any con-
tinuation of the public hearing shall be
announced during the public hearing
'and that no further notice concerning
the rhatter will be published, unless


caught tagged bass. Each catch
resulted in $200 rewards. (The
plastic streamer is visible in
the accompanying photograph
of Zazo and his big bass that
weighed 6.2 pounds.)

Lionfish
The lionfish, an exotic species,
has made Florida its home, with
its habitat being the coastal
waters of both coasts. The big
concern about the colorful fish is
that they have poisonous spines
that establish them without
predators in any water that they
inhabit.
The fish come from the
tropical waters of the Pacific and
Indian oceans and are a favorite
specimen in saltwater aquariums.
Interestingly, the fish were never
regulated or restricted from
importation into Florida, and
..they initially became established
in Atlantic waters during the
early 1980s. They have grown
rapidly and far. since their first
appearance and are now located
-in waters from Venezuela to Newv
York.'
SIt wag always known that the
fish were voracious predators
of small fish on. any coastal reef
and that they were a threat to the
same population of fish. What


said continuation exceeds six calen-
dar weeks from the date of the above
referenced public hearing!
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the variance.
Copies of the variance application are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the Director of Zoning, Plan-
ning, and Building, County Court-
house located at 945 North Temple
Avenue, North Wing, Starke, Florida,
during regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public hear-
ing, they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such pur-
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that the lionfishwould establish
themselves around artificial
reefs in waters as deep as 500
feet. This characteristic makes
the lionfish a threat to game fish
such as snapper and grouper.
Due to the threat and nuisance
characteristics of the fish,
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission has
.long encouraged their catch,


Clitus Gaskins with the big
bass of the Sampson Lake
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including a
9-plus-pound
bass-at Rowell
Lake. BELOW
LEFT: Cindy
Durrance
displays a nice
catch at the
Sampson Lake
tournament.


Big bass-John Breton and
Logan Zazo.
The July 18 Sampson Lake
tournament results are as
follows:
First place-Bobby Fretwell
and Zack Smith;
Second place-Tyler Carr
and James Robinson;
Third place-Joe Mullins
and Randy Griffis;
Big bass-Clitus Gaskins
and Lester Perkins.
The results of the July 19
Lake Butler tournament will be
reported next week.

Outdoor anecdotes
Large kingfish are being
reported at the Greater
Jacksonville Kingfish


Tournament.
Dwight and David Elder
have been going offshore with.
Charlie 'Baker for good catches,
of yellow-mouth grunts. -'
Matt Menzen went offshore
from the emerald waters of the
panhandle during the short red-.
snapper season for good catches.'
The largest he reported was 18
pounds.
Dillon Crews, a regular in,'"
local bass tournaments, went to".".
Rowell Lake for pleasure on a:
rainy day and landed a 9-plus-'
pound bass.
Until next week, stay cool and :
keep your lines tight. .

Outdoors calendar
Joey Tyson/Bald Eagle Bait
and Tackle bass tournaments at
Santa Fe Lake every Wednesday,'-
with the classic scheduled foe'
Aug.7;
Sampson Lake tournaments
every Thursday;
Aug. 6, new moon.
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-;-
the Brcidford County Telegraph;:',.
Union County Times or/ Lake
Region Monitor.


kill and consumption. The fish's
flesh is of a delicate and quality
nature. The FWC has long played
on this characteristic in hopes of
reducing the population and only
recently made it unnecessary to
have a fishing license in order to
catch or spear them.
A sting from the dorsal fins
of the lionfish is a serious
-predicament. While fatalities
are rare, there is that possibility.
The' FWC suggests sting victims
treat wounds with hot water
and seek medical attention.
Currently, there is no antidote
to the sting. Fortunately, the fish
only uses their poisonous fins in
self-defense.

Bass tournament
results
The local bass tournaments
continue to march toward their
fall classic tournaments. The
last Bald Eagle tournament was
scheduled for Wednesday, July
24, while it's classic will be
held on Wednesday, Aug. 7. The
Sampson Lake Classic will be
Thursday, Aug. 22.
The results from the July 17
Bald Eagle tournament are as
follows:
First place-Bobby Allen
and Lawrence Cook;
Second place-Tommy
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Recent arrests
.in Bradford,

Clay or Union

The following indiviiduals were
arrested recently by local law
enforcement officers in Bradford.
Inion or Clay (Keystone Heights
area) counties:

Gestavo Alberto Arias. 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
19 by Starke police for unlawful
-sexual activity with a person 16
or117 years of age.

Wesley Nathan Bailey, 27, of
Lawtey was arrested July 18 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear.

Lincoln Ball, 23, of Starke was
arrested July 16 by Clay deputies
for contempt of court.

Dennis Mark Bialobrzeski,47,
of St. Petersburg was arrested
July 17 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqualified
license.
\
Clarence Bivens', 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 20 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.

Paige Rochelle Bunch, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
21, by Bradford deputies for
possession of drug equipment,
resisting an officer and
possession of cocaine.

Jacob Careme, 32, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 18 by
Clay deputies for DUI.

Gabriel Steven Cartwright, 35,
of Starke was arrested July 19 by
Bradford deputies for DUI.

Dylan Wayne Cochran, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 22 by Clay deputies for DUI.

Ricky Cole, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 19 by
Clay deputies for capital sexual
battery.


and possession of a controlled
substance.

Kyle .Lamar Gamble, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested Jul\ 19
by Starke police for obslrItuclion
of a criminal investigation.
aggravated assault-\Veapon and
possession of a weapon b\ a
Ifelon or deliilquent.

Angelica Milagros Gonzales.
19, of Starke \\was arrested July
18 by Bradford deputies for
burglary, larceny,. aggravated
battery and criminal mischief
with property damage.

Matthew Hedrick. 35, of Lake
Butler was arrested July 19 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified
license and possession of drug
equipment.

William Hensley, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 22 by Clay deputies for
battery.

Michael Hoilman, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 18 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.

Dmitry Irby, 18, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 16 by
Clay deputies for three counts
of burglary and three counts of
criminal mischief.

Rotissia M. Irving, 35, of
Starke was arrested July 25 by
Starke police for aggravated
battery.

LeJames Lewis Jamison, 25,
of Starke was arrested July 21 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana.

Lisa Michell Jeffrey, 42, of
Starke was arrested July 16 by
Starke police for being an out-
of-state fugitive and for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.

Marcus Lamar Jenkins, 30,
of St. Petersburg was arrested
July 17 by Bradford deputies


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,Deshawn Coward, 26, of revoked, canceled or disqualified
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Starke was arrested July. 18 by
Billie Damon, 41, of Keystone Bradford deputies for driving
Heights was arrested July 19 by with a suspended, revoked,
-Clay deputies for a probation canceled or disqualified license
violation, and attaching a tag to a vehicle
.: not assigned.


Joshua Ray Denard, 30, of
Lake City was arrested July 19 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of drug equipment, possession
',of marijuana and possession of a
controlled substance.

Richard Paul DePontes, 48, of
Jacksonville was arrested July 20
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.

:James Martin Douglas, 32, of
Palatka was arrested July 19 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license,
possession of drug equipment


Ricky Lloyd Martin, 32, of
Starke was arrested July 22 by
Branford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,


canceled or disqualified license.

Robert Wayne Massey, 25,
of Gainesvillc was arrested July
19 by Bradford deputies for two
probation violations.

Lori A. McConnell, 34, of
l3uffalo. N.Y., was arrested
July 16 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqualified
license.

Kevin Gerard McNeece,
56, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 21 by Bradford
deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked, canceled or
disqualified license.

Jessica Renee Meres, 38, of
Brooker was arrested July 22 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant.

Kristanna Marie Modlin, 28,
of Palatka was arrested July
19 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drug equipment
and possession of a controlled
substance.

Eric Mortimer, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 21 by Clay deputies for
trespassing.

Norman DeWitt Newman, 36,
of Hampton was arrested July 16
by Bradford deputies for battery.

Courtney Skye Pace, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 25 by Starke police for
driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqualified
license.

Michael Cruie Paulmino, 29,
of Starke was arrested July 19
for possession of a weapon by a
felon or delinquent, destroying
evidence, a probation violation
and furnishing a weapon to
a person under age 18 or to a
person of unsound mind.

Jason J. Randall, 29, of
Hawthorne was arrested July
16 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation.

Theron Anthony Rasmus,
33, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 20 by Bradford
deputies for DUI.

James Edward Reed, 53, of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
Bradford deputies for driving
witlh a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.

David Scott Retalic 34, of,
Palatka was arrested July 19 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of drugs, possession of drug


equipment and an out-of-county
warrant.

Donald Martin Richardson,
29, of Ocala was arrested July
!9 by Bradford deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance and possession of
marijuana.

Kaleb Aaron Robbins, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
25 by Bradford deputies for
shoplifting.

Floyd Elliot Roberts; 59, of
Starke was arrested July 18 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of synthetic narcotics, selling
synthetic narcotics and operating
or owning a pharmacy without a
license.

Cory Allen Robinette, 34, .of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 22 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked, canceled or disqualified
license.


Philip Stephen Searcy, 23,
of Jacksonville was arrested
July 16 by Starke police for
shoplifting.

Donald Smith,42, of Hampton
was arrested July 25 by Bradford
deputies for possession of drug
equipment.

Patricia Streib, 45, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 19 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.

Anthony Dewayne Thomas,
50,of Starke was arrested July 17
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked,
canceled or disqualified license.

Leslie Marie Thornton, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested July 21 by
Bradford deputies for battery.

Marina Thompkins Webb,
48, of Palatka was arrested July
19 by Bradford deputies for


possession of drug equipment
and possession of a controlled ;
substance.

Frederick Aloysius Franci
Williams, 48, of Lawtey was
arrested July 20 by Starke police
for possession of marijuana,
resisting an officer and
disturbing the peace.

Jessie Wilson,41,of Keystone ,
Heights was arrested July 21 for
DUI.

Ashley Wolstenholme, 22, of.
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 16 for driving without a
valid license.

Ricky James Woodall, 45,
of Bonifay was arrested July
22 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation.

Union County Sheriff's Office
arrests will appear in next
week's issue.


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Library K(St

Bob Shumaker of LB Reptile Experience dropped by the
Bradford County Public Library on July 19, delighting-
and sometimes creeping out-children of all ages as
he showed off several critters as part of the library's
summer program. LEFT: Shumaker gets some assistance
from Chloe Simon in displaying one of several snakes
he brought with him. ABOVE: Natalie Thames seems to
be getting along quite nicely with this bearded dragon.
RIGHT: Taylor Mobley and daughter Kinsley Hendricks
look on as Shumaker brings out a black dragon Asian
water monitor.


LEFT: Children
(foreground,
I-r) Chloe Gott,
Ashlin Libby and
Jackson Thames
are amazed
at one of the
animals. RIGHT:
Chloe Anderson
(foreground)
listens to Bob
Shumaker talk
about iguanas.
Some of the
other animals
Shumaker
displayed were
a tortoise, a
caiman and an
alligator.


WILLIAMS
Continuedfrom 3B


man season in which he was the
Big South Conference Freshman
of the Year by leading the Blue
Hose in tackles with 103. (Senior
LJ. Perry was second with 64.)
He ranked third in that category
in the Big South Conference
and was one of three conference
players to top 100 tackles.
The former Tornado tallied
at least eight tackles in eight of
Presbyterian's 11 games and had
10 or more in five games. Wil-
liams' best effort came in a 31-21
road loss to Charleston Southern


in which he had 12 solo.tackles
and 16 overall. He also had 15
tackles (three solo, 12 assists) in
a 17-7 road loss to VMI and 14
(four solo, 10 assists) in a 21-15
road loss to Gardner Webb..
Williams posted 10 tackles
each in games against Furman
and Vanderbilt, nine against Bre-
vard and eight each against Da-
vidson and Georgia Teeh.
By the conclusion of the 2012
season, Williams was 39111 .in
the country in tackles per game
(9.36).
SAs a freshman, Williams had
83 tackles, which was second
best on the team and third in the
conference among linebackers.


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20.10 CRYSLER TOWN &
SCountry loaded. Low mile-
age. Excellent condition.
Call between 5 and 8 PM.
904-263-3520.
TRUCK FOR SALE, 2000
Ford F-350 box truck.
Overdrive, A/C, lift gate,
excellent condition.
Ready to go, asking
$9,099 OBO'. For more in-
formation please call Jim
at 732-503-4098 anytime
during evening after 6 pm.,
732-801-4538 anytime
during the day.

:44
Boats & ATV's
BOAT FOR SALE. Fiber-
.glass 15 ft 51n. Manatee
.'1973. Cener console. 40
horse Johnson Tracker.
1993 motor.. Trolling me-
Stor. Galvanized trailer
1973. $2,500. Call 352-
495-2636.

45.
Land for Sale
28+/- ACRES of mixed
pasture land and woods.
Small creek on the prop-
Serty and partially fenced.
Great home site on
County Road 18 toward
SBrooker. Asking $129,900
O.B.O. Possible owner
financing 904-796-0660.

47
:,Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
S$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
.-ties and more provided.
,904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
SSouth 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.
IOR RENT: Suite of offices.
'Reception area, 3 offices,
-break room, 2 bathrooms.
-$550/mo. For more infor-
nmation call Mary Johnson
-at 904-964,6305.
OOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE, 1,500
Ssq.ft.- $1,000/mo.- up to
"3,000 sq.ft. Contiguous
S$2,000/mo. Warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty.
;9042964-9222.

:49
Mobile Homes
Sfor Sale
EX-LARGE DW. ON 2/3
acrer. Fireplace, new
metal roof-AC-rugs. To-
tally refurbished. Owner.
financing. 352-745-0094.
HUNTERS PARADISE 10
acres w/ 3BR/2BA, 2 liv-
ing areas, short drive to
town. $709 per month.
Call Mike @ 386-418-
0438.,
RENT-TO-OWN 3BR/2BA
on fenced lot. $510 per.
month. Call Brady. @386-2
418-0435.
4BR/2.5BA 2001 28x80 new
carpet & linoleum, island
'-kitchen w/ new applianc-
ae, 2 living areas, parents
retreat 10% down $500
Super month W.A.E. Call
2 Mike @ 386-418-0438.
DRAW YOUR OWN
SFLOORPLAN We'll build
., :it at your best price; our
;best deal 13th Street
SHomes.-386-418-0424.
WE FINANCE, little or no
credit. 575 credit scores
w/10% down'or we own-
er finance 13th Street
SHomes 386-418-0424.
BRING YOUR OWN TITLE
I eed your trades Guar-
anteed top dollar 13th
Street Homes 386-418-
S0424

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For Rent
'WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to pris-
Son. Call 352-468-1323.
;NICE MOBILE HOMES
S:. n Lake Butler & Starke.
'16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
; 3BR/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
S678-438-6828.-
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
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